Page 2, The Falmouth Outlook, August 9, 2011
What happened to the Veteran’s
Plaques in the courthouse yard?
Looking Back Through the Years
25 Years Ago 50 Years Ago 75 Years Ago 100 Years Ago
August 13, 1961
Dr. Robertson Ward, family practice physician at the Butler Medical Center, announced
his candidacy for Pendleton
County School Board.
An estimated 800 to 1,000
friends, co-workers, and firemen
gathered for services to honor
their comrade, David V. “Homer” Trauth. The 27-year-old
Southern Campbell firefighter
was killed August 5 in a single
vehicle accident on Ky. 10. After
the service, his body was placed
in the antique fire truck he
helped restore for his final ride
to St. Mary’s Cemetery.
The First National Bank of
Falmouth and Butler congratulates the members of their ballteam who finished with a perfect
season. Members of the team are
Gale Gregg, Bryan Bishop, David West, Brian Sowder, Jimmy
Beane, Brian Bowen, Tony Beane, Shawn Booher, Eric McCord, Brian Lonaker, Darell
Meeks, Kevan Taylor, and
David Ellison. Teddy Gregg,
manager; Roger Fields and
Terry Sowder coaches.
Members of Don’s Boys
were Ronald Myers, Kevin
Wolfe, Steve Brown, Ricky Bishop, Todd Colvin, Chris Stevenson, Jackie Vaughn, Bill Hogan,
Danny Vanlandingham, Tony
Ridner, Labe LaFollette, Bill
Jolley, Darrin Wright, David
Mains, Shannon Booth, and Renis Petrey.
August 18, 1961
The Pendleton County Jaycee for the month of August is
the very popular Edwin A.
Monroe Jr. Ed has been a member of the local organization for
five years and has served in the
capacity of secretary-treasurer
and is now performing the
duties of the group’s vice-president. It is indeed an honor and a
pleasure to designate this outstanding your gentleman.
Mrs. Nellie Spencer of
Falmouth won the blue ribbon
on her yeast rolls and blackberry
cake at the Germantown Fair.
The members of the
Pendleton County Chamber of
the Future Farmers of America
installed their new officers for
the year of 1962-62 on August 7.
They are president, Bobby
Plummer; vice-president, Paul
Mann; secretary, Lawrence
Webster; treasurer, John Webb;
sentinel, Jerry Chiles; and reporter, Malcolm Spegal.
A new committee has been
formed for sending out cards to
ones under the weather. They
are Mrs. Florence Shotwell,
Mrs. Nellie Montgomery, Mrs.
Hattie Huff, Mrs. B.J. Yelton,
and Mrs. Newell Newkirk.
Outside table committee consists of Miss Judy Hornbeek,
Miss Cheryl Lovelace, Miss
Elsie Moreland, Cherly Hardy,
Janet Hornbeek, Sharon Bobb,
Susan Brann and Janice
August 23, 1936
The Hornbeek brothers,
Denver and Herman, are drilling
a well for Mrs. Laura Hall. Mt.
Bert Littleton, Everett
Blanton, Everett Fowee and
Harry Fowee spent Monday in
Frankfort. Greenwood Correspondent.
A large crowd gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
Florence to celebrate his 66
birthday on August 9.
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Hamman
have purchased the residence of
Mrs. Anna Norris on South
Dr. Corbin and family spent
the weekend at Herrington Lake.
Born to the wife of Quince
Pugh on August 13, a son. Havilandsville Correspondent.
Dr. Jos. Abraham spent
Monday in Cincinnati.
An enjoyable day was spent
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Leeman McMillin on August 16
in honor of Leeman’s birthday.
He turned 29 years old and the
entire day was a joy to all.
Beulah, Viola and Yueltia
Eshman attended the 4-H Club
at Falmouth. They went with
their 4-H teacher, Mrs. Harry
Moore. Fisher Correspondent.
Word was received Saturday that Bryan Baker was en
route to Michigan for a twoweek camping trip. Central
August 25, 1911
E.F. Bradford of this city
sold a car of alfalfa hay to a
Paris party this week at $20 per
The Oakland school opened
Monday with 32 pupils enrolled.
Mrs. Maggie Morford has
charge of the school.
Grassy Creek’s popular
dairyman, H.H. Hopkins, is having his barn remodeled and
adding windows and doors.
Born to the wife of C.F.
Beagle, the popular general merchant at Mt. Auburn, on August
21, a fine daughter.
Homer McClanahan is
erecting a new barn on his farm
near his home.
Miss Lillie Houston of Fossitt’s Bend is visiting her brother, Albert Houston, in Missouri.
Born to the wife of Ollie
Browning, on August 23, a
Raymond Caldwell and
wife of Gardnersville are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine 9pound boy.
Frazier Moore, after spending the summer in Cincinnati,
has returned to his home in
Harry Dunn, 21, and Miss
Lula Martin, 21, both of the
county, were married in the
county judge’s office last
Born to the wife of S.b.
Simms, an L&N contractor, on
August 19, a son.
Phase One Diversification Program
The Kentucky Agricultural
Development Board, chaired by
Governor Beshear, approved
eleven model programs for the
Pendleton County CAIP Programs. There will be three
informational meetings held for
the general public in reference
to the programs available and
the application process. Please
RSVP for one of the following
meetings so that we can ensure
enough copies will be available
for all attendees. Reservations
can be made by calling (859)
The first meeting will be
held at 10 a.m. Wednesday,
August 17, the second will be
held at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
August 17, and the third will be
held at 7 p.m. Thursday, August
18. All meetings will be held in
the Pendleton County Extension
Office meeting room.
Regardless whether you
have participated in these programs in the past, it is recommended that everyone interested
in participating to attend one of
these information meetings as
some processes may have
changed. Please call (859) 6543395 for more information.
Anyone, especially veterans,
who are interested in what happened to the plaques with veterans names that was placed in the
courthouse yard at one time and
has now been taken down,
should attend this meeting.
Henry Bertram has agreed to
attend the next meeting of the
Disabled American Veterans,
chapter 26 at 7 p.m. Friday,
August 12 at Howard’s Restaurant on U.S. 27 in Falmouth.
Everyone is invited to attend
this important meeting and ask
questions that you have been
wondering about and maybe get
Remember, our veterans are
precious. God bless them and
God bless America. Hope to see
you at the meeeting.
Disabled American Veteran’s
Free Family Movie Night August 12
There will be a free family
movie night at 8 p.m. Friday,
August 12 at the Griffin Centre
Amphitheater in Falmouth.
This movie is an inspiring
story of friendship, determination, and hope. Pendleton
County Cooperative of Churches are sponsoring this movie.
Traveling Potty Fundraiser starts August 14
“Flush Out Fires!” Potties
will be on the move starting
August 14. Pink potties are on
the loose in Falmouth looking
for a lawn near you to take up
residence. These potties will be
proudly displayed in various
yards around town by request of
the residents of Falmouth.
Potty Insurance is now being
sold for $10 so that you can
insure that a potty never graces
Place a potty in the yard of
someone you know for just $10.
To purchase Potty Insurance or
to inquire about placing a potty
contact the Ladies Auxiliary at
(513) 405-5572 or by email
This event is sponsored by
the Falmouth Fire Department
Democratic Women’s Club to meet
The Pendleton Democratic Women’s Club will meet at 6 p.m.
August 15 at the Butler City Building. Butler Mayor Donnie
Spencer will be the guest speaker.
PHS Football Team to sponsor dinner
The Pendleton County High
School Football Team is having
a spaghetti dinner. The meal will
be from 5-8 p.m. Saturday,
August 20 at Tim’s Kitchen
(next to BB’s in Butler.) The
cost will be $5 and will include
spaghetti, salad, roll, dessert,
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PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT
CIVIL ACTION NO. 11-CI-00106
U.S. BANK, NA
(Successor by Merger to Firstar Bank, NA)
RICHARD L. STIDHAM,
ANGELA C. STIDHAM,
GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORP., and
CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA) N.A.
By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered July 19, 2011, in the above action, I shall proceed to offer for
sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on August 18, 2011 at the
hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property:
Property Address: 418 Rhonda Drive, Falmouth, Pendleton County, Kentucky
Tax Parcel ID Number: 051-50-04-015.00
Being all of Lot Forty-Nine (49) of Landview Acres, Section One, a plat of which is of record in Deed Book 150, page 396, in the Office of the
Clerk of the County Court of Pendleton County, Kentucky.
Being the same property conveyed to Richard L. Stidham and Angela C. Stidham, husband and wife, from Pendleton Hope Housing and
Redevelopment Corporation, by Deed dated September 22, 2000 and recorded September 28, 2000, in Deed Book 231, at page 587, in the
Pendleton County Clerk’s records at Falmouth, Kentucky.
This property is being sold to produce the sum of $91,061.12, plus all advances by Plaintiff of real estate taxes, assessments, insurance premiums, maintenance and costs, escrow fees and all other advances which Plaintiff must pay to preserve the real estate involved herein, and the
Plaintiff’s interests and rights therein, along with late penalties thereon at the rate of $26.81 per month beginning with June 10, 2011, until date
of Complaint, plus costs expended herein, including a reasonable attorney fee in the amount of $1,500.00 pursuant to KRS 411.195, plus interest on the entire balance at the rate of 5.75% per annum from June 10, 2011 until satisfied in full.
The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions:
1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price;
2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale;
3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid;
4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the balance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon;
5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent taxes;
6) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any;
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7) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any persons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and
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8) Said property shall be sold subject to:
a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property,
b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations;
c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose.
Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms.
Hon. Septtimous Taylor
Hon. Septtimous Taylor, II
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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