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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD December 15, 2016 A9 nrnpiled by n I Hill III I I I II II II III I I IIIIIIIIMIIIII I I 12/15/16 15 Years Ago - 2001 Five New York firefight- ers came to Munfordville for the Christmas Parade. Linda Forbes and Sharon Williams were honored by Kentucky Banking Centers for 20 years of service. 25 Years Ago - 1991 The transmitters of radio station WLOC were van- dalized. Hobert and Virginia Nunn Reynolds celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Munfordville. 30 Years Ago - 1986 Kendrick Strange won the county Soil Conservation Essay Contest. Dewayne Short was the poster con- test winner. Shawn Perkins, Ton- ya Sexton and Michael Froedge were selected from the Cavema Band to participate in the All- State Bands. M.H. "Boss" and Flonnie Smith Wilson celebrated their 50th wedding anni- versary. Cavema senior Laura Brock won the Voice of Democracy oratorical contest. 35 Years Ago - 1981 Haley Wilson and Kristi- na Williams participated in the AAU Jr. Olympics cross country national championships in Amaril- lo, Texas. Chairman of the Board W.S. Moss, Jr., officially opened the new building of Horse Cave State Bank on Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Pitcock St., R-l, Horse Cave, and Raymond and Lizzie Lobb Talley, Ham- monsville, celebrated their 50th wedding anni- versaries. 40 Years Ago - 1976 Horse Cave merchants planning late evening hours for the holiday season included K&H Department Store, Car- ousel Shop, Branstetter Hardware, Branstetter Furniture, Kane Office Supply, Russell's Dress Shop, Ben Franklin Store, Neville's Jewelry, Vil- lage Comer Dress Shop, Dollar General Store, Ely Cavema Dints and Tony's Tapes and Threads. Raider football players Bill Etherton and Phillip Carter were named all- SKAC players. Etherton was also an honorable mention candidate for All-State. Frank and Celia Burd Crump, R-1, Horse Cave, celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary. Elaine Wade and her Cav- ema kindergarten classes cut their own Christmas trees on Tom Omer's farm near Horse Cave. 45 Years Ago - 1971 Munfordville City Coun- cil met in its new city hall. 50 Years Ago - 1961 Led by 6-4 1/2 center Jackie Butler with 26 points, Munfordville de- feated best-in-the-region Greensburg. The Cavema chapter of DeMolays was chartered and 17 boys demitted from the Munfordville chapter to begin their own organization. Phillip Lewis was named Mas- ter Counselor with David Thompson as Scribe: 60 Years Ago - 1956 The Hart County Book- mobile Fund Drive, a one-day solicitation was set for December 14. The bookmobile, sponsored by the Horse Cave Rotary Club, was partially fund- ed by the state and county with the club making up the deficit. In 1955, the club had raised the ap- proximately $400 with the Invitational Basket- ball Tournament, but such tournaments had been banned during 1956 by the KHSAA, so individu- al gifts were needed. Bob Kennedy opened the Gulf Station north of Horse Cave on 31-W. 65 Years Ago - 1951 Kenny Sidwell scored 16 as Cavema roiled over Glasgow 60-29. Munfordville held a Christmas Carol singing contest, judged by Mrs. Blaine Bowles of Maguo- lia and Mr. Marvin Den- nison of Bounieville. Kathleen Nunn married Dan Branstetter. The National Furniture Store opened in Horse Cave at the comer of Main and Guthrie under the management of Mrs. Robert Whitaker. 70 Years Ago - 1946 W.S. Carver was named president of the Horse Cave Chamber of Corn- merce. Buster Tapp announced the addition of a large dining room to the Old Southern Cafe on Water Street in Horse Cave. 75 Years Ago - 1941 The Horse Cave market topped the state in pounds and average as 391,934 pounds of burley tobacco were sold for $32.40 One Hart Countian was reported killed at Pearl Harbor - Carden McFall "Buster" Brachey, Mun- fordville. James Renfro Nichols of Rowletts was reported wounded. 75 Years Ago - 1936 Deaths included Mrs. Al- ice Morris King, 82, Har- dyville. ny at Horse Cave Bap- tist Church. In 1907 he moved to Sulfur Wells to operated the Sulphur Well Hotel. 130 Years Ago - 1886 The Hart County Medico Chirurgical Society met at Canmer with Dr. W.W. Bowling presiding. Munfordville defeated Monroe 19-18. "Dear Santa: I am a little girl seven years old. I am in the third grade, and I go to Isaac School. I have been good all the year. I want a doll and doll bed, a pencil box, a tea set, a lit- tle table, candy and fruit. Your little girl, Frances Huff." 85 Years Ago - 1931 Miss Mary D. Harper directed the students of Johnson School in a play "Treasurer Farm." Par- ticipants were Robert Buckner, Earl Goodman, Grethel Buckner, Mag- gie Goodman, Elvira Defevers, Henry Defe- vers, Walter Johnson, Joe Goodman, Ruby Bunnell and Effie T. Johnson. Rev. W.T. Jewell was called as pastor of Wood- sonville and Lonoke Bap- tist Churches for a year. Mrs. H.T. Riley opened a beauty shop in Wells Drag Store, Munfordville. 90 Years Ago - 1926 Center defeated Edmon- ton 25-13. Dr U.W. McPherson died in Louisville. He was a native of Summer Shade who had come to Horse Cave in the early "After religious services at Chestnut Grove last Sunday night a shooting affray took place in which Bill Hawkins seems to have slapped Tom Mon- eypenny in the face, after which he drew a pistol and shot Hawkins in the left shoulder, soon after this a shot was fired from the dark striking Money- penny in the thigh. The two men are at their re: spective homes in a crit- ical condition. A warrant has been issue for both parties also for a person by the name of Skaggs a cousin of Hawkins. The trouble seems to have come up over a comic song that Moneypenny gave to Hawkins' sister." $700 has been subscribed to build a new church at Bearwallow. "Mr. J.M. White says that we will have a new church and also a new school." 155 Years Ago - 1861 Battle of Rowletts Station Carlos Buell took com- mand of the Department of the Ohio in early No- vember, he attempted to consolidate control by organizing and sending troops into the field. He ordered Brig. Gen. A1- 1890's to practice med- exander McD. McCook, icine, with Dr. M:V. Ed .... .ommanding the 2nd wards. He married Miss Division, to Nolin, Ken- Elizabeth Parrish in 1897 tucky. In the meantime, - they were one couple of the Confederates had es- a triple wedding ceremo- tablished a defensive line along the Green River near Munfordville. Mc- Cook launched a move- ment towards the enemy lines on December 10, which the Rebels coun- tered by partially de- stroying the Louisville & Nashville Railroad bridge over the Green River. As a result, the Union sent two companies of the 32nd Indiana Volun- teer Infantry Regiment across the river to pre- vent a surprise and began constructing a pontoon bridge for the passage of trams and artillery. When the bridge was completed on Decem- ber 17, four more of the 32nd Indiana compa- nies crossed the river. The combined force ad- van#ed to a hill south of Woodsonville where, in the afternoon, they spot- ted enemy troops in the woods fronting them. Two companies advanced toward the enemy in the woods, which fell back until Confederate Cavalry attacked. A general en- gagement ensued as eight Yankee companies fought a much larger Confeder- ate force. Fearing that the enemy might roll up his right flank, Col. August Willich, commanCmg the regiment, ordered a with- drawal to a stronger posi- tion in the rear. Knowing of McCook's approach, the Rebels also withdrew from the field. Although the results of the battle were indecisive, Union troops did occupy the area and insured the movement of their men and supplies on the Lou- isville & Nashville Rail- road. Wishin ell .,.,oo.,_ 4 5 7 8 6 4 3 8 6 2 5 8 5 by Linda Thistle E S C C R V A U E L E L E I, E T K H M K A A I N S N 0 8 6 1 7 V G N A I EW I N L NWT 7 I 9 4 6 -6--5--3-6- 9 3 1 L T I 0 F 0 E P D E 0 E E 2 I E U A I A S H G T E L 0 L 6 [3 1 2 Rnd at least six differences in details between panels. K F C E C A E H S E S A D 8 HERE IS A PLEASANT LITTLE GAME that will give you a message everyday. It'sa numefical puzzle designed to spell Place a number in the empty boxes in such out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. 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