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Page 2, The Falmouth Outlook, June 7, 2011 Calendar Looking Back Through the Years 25 Years Ago 50 Years Ago 75 Years Ago 100 Years Ago June 4, 1986 Falmouth City Council and the Pendleton County Fiscal Court are unable to come to agreement soon on sharing responsibility for insuring Falmouth Fire Department vehicles, the consequences could be dire for residents of outlying areas of the county. Kincaid Regional Theatre’s 1986 season opens June 19 with the performance of Shenandoah at the Falmouth Auditorium in Pendleton Middle School. Proud Pendleton Countians gave their congratulations and support to approximately 175 graduating seniors at PHS. The American Legion Post 109 held memorial services for veterans of all wars by decorating graves with American Flags. Claude Florer is the commander. Falmouth businessman and former councilman, Walter Mains, passed away at the University of Cincinnati June 1. Nearly 200 Williamstown residents were evacuated from their homes after a fire broke out in an 18,000 gallon propane tank at the Sun Manufacturing Plant in the city’s industrial park. Shoppers at Kentucky grocery stores found higher prices for a variety of meats, dairy products and produce during May, boosting the state’s food price index by 1.2 percent, according to Ky. Farm Bureau’s marketbasket survey. Geneva Sorrell was honored by Southern Elementary with a lunch from Tony’s Steak House. Ms. Sorrell has taught in the Pendleton County School System for 14 years. Butcher Realty and Auctions sold for the heirs, the Schubert Ramsey farm, consisting of 270 acres and located in south-eastern Pendleton County, near the Oakland Christian Church. The farm was sold in two tracts. The first tract consisted of 239 acres, was purchased by Lee Schmidt of Cincinnati for $39,000. The second tract, containing 31 acres was purchased by Anna Lee Aulick of Falmouth for $14,500. Steven Adams of Butler graduated from Southwest Baptist University. He is the son of William and Phyllis Adams of Butler. June 9, 1961 Pendleton Jaycees elected new officers. President, Jim Fossett; vice-president, Ed Monroe Jr.; treasurer, Randolph Mann. Elected to two-year terms as directors were Deputy Sheriff Bob Yelton, realtor Bob Best, mortician Danny Woodhead. pharmacist O.T. Gillespie Jr. was elected to fill the unexpired term of Randolph Mann. Remaining directors are Joe D. Woodhead and Boyd Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of U.S. 27, Butler, announce the arrival of a son born May 26, named Thomas Andrew. Herbert Nolan Owen, son of Mrs. Victoria Owen and the late Herbert Owen of Butler, received his master of arts degree in education at Eastern State College in Richmond. Falmouth seniors on their trip are David Crawford, Billy Browning, Donnie Colvin, David Evans, William Knuckles, Larry McAfee, Forest Clemons, David Shipp, Jim Kimble, Roger Ewing, Wanda Snodgrass, Vivian McDowell, Wanda Showlater, Shirley Simpson, Hazel McDowell, Mrs. Mabel Moreland, Margie Mayfield, Judy Bryan, Joyce Hyatt, Veronica Conroy, Mary Ann Hammond and Pat Casey. June 13, 1936 The locusts keep up such a racket with the sing-sing, we cannot hear ourselves think. Grant’s Lick Correspondent. Melvin Hart, one of Falmouth High School’s graduates, spent from Monday until Friday camping at Indian Lake, Ohio. Mt. Vernon Correspondent. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Herman (nee Miss Leona LaFollette) of Cincinnati have been entertaining a fine eight pound daughter, named Jo Anna, since May 24. Bige Delmar Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Lawson of Chicago, and Mrs. Ruby Lee Fields, daughter of John M. Fields of this county, were united in marriage by the Rev. Hilton A. Windleuy on June 6. Kirby Elmo Powell, aged 33 years, passed on at the home of his father-in-law, Henry Browning, and Mrs. Browning, in Bracken County on June 2, after an extended illness. Mrs. John C. Moore, aged 76 years, beloved Pendleton County citizen, passed on at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Ritter, in Covington, on June 3. President Franklin D. Roosevelt will come to Kentucky visiting Lincoln’s birth place. Falmouth Little League Baseball Roster for June 1961 Falmouth Little League Baseball opens June 15 at the Falmouth High School Baseball Diamond. Mr. Cecil Hellard is the ground and little league supervisor. Players are as follows: Randy Wright, Steve Houchen, Dexter Bishop, Billy Hesler, Geo. Tuemler, Dennis Daugherty, Martin Records, Steve Klee, Wayne Elliott, Johnny Howard, Jimmy Howard, Greg Miller, Tony Kessinger, Tim Taylor, Billy McGee, Gary Bishop, Billy Klee, Donnie Simpson, Bruce Mains, Steve Roberts, Jimmy Clark, Glenn Laswell, David Hamilton, Mark Gilbert, David England, Roger Sullivan, Steve Singer, Jimmy Gregg, Lonnie Gregg, Roger Utz, Barry Barnes, Mike Hesler, Donnie Howard, Eric Garrison, David Mains, Teddy Gregg, Danny Fields, Keith Williams, Anthony Hinton, Jimmy Wallace, Gary Arnold, Johnny Lach, Eddie Wilson’s Greenhouse 3 1/2 miles South on US 27, Falmouth Flowers, Baskets, Containers, Garden Seed, Vegetable Plants, Perennials, Blackberries, Raspberries, Grapes, Asparagus, Knock Out Roses, Mulch & Sunshine Mix! 859-654-3621 Taylor, Randy Smith, Steve McNees, Bobby Wyatt, Ricky Tomlin, David Leadingham, David Workman, Billy Jacob, Steve McKinney, Kleon Florence, Pat Ice, Leroy Robbins, Steve McMillan, David Conrad, Tim Woodhead, Bobby Griffin, Steve Perrin, David Kessinger, Dale English, Mike Thornberry, Steve Sorrell, Russell Wallace, Roscoe May-field, Brent Sears, Roger Weaver, Steve Cummins, Jeff Emminger, Jimmy King, David Priest, Victor King, Wayne Walker, Steve Tomliln, William Ice, Donnie Wright, Johnny Fisher, Vauch Ballinger, Larry Cox, Eddie Wright, Mike Baumgartner, Linwood Walker, Ricky Slocum, Paul Klee, Kenny Oliver, Danny English, Gary Elliott, Mike Gilbert, Mike Browning, Curtis Reeves, Gary Ockerman, Kenny Ice, Jimmy Griffin, Mark Browning, Jerry Craddock, Ray Bishop, Mike Fisher, Danny Wright, Allen send articles to: news@falmouthoutlook.com Mobile Vet Center in town June 11 Attention Veterans! Do you have questions about VA benefits? Are you interested in information about: post traumatic stress, individual counseling, marriage and family counseling, or drug and alcohol treatment, bereavement counseling, veteran support groups. The Mobile Vet Center will be in Falmouth from 10 a.m.4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at the Pendleton Saving Bank, 1057 Ridgeway Avenue, Falmouth. For more information contact Ken Bucher, Department of Veterans Affairs, Cincinnati Vet Center; or call (513) 763-3500 or (866) 247-1610. Library continued from Page 1 theirselves in the 1960s and the 1970s on June 28. They will be in the 1980s and the 1990s on July 5. The last teen program will be on July 12 where they will land right back into the world of today. They will have a prize drawing at the end of this program. For more information stop by the library or bookmobile to pick up a Summer Reading calendar, or give us a call at 6548535. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. Court continued from Page 1 Debbie Whaley to tax appeals Outstanding Recognition. board. Other business conducted by • Approved appointment of the Pendleton County Fiscal Janelle Gardner to library board. Court in the May 24, 2011 meet• Awarded justice center janing: itorial contract to Scioto based • Approved 1011-2012 coun- on the low bid of $38,819.35 ty budget. • Approved justice center • Took under advisement maintenance contract with De Billy Veirs’ request to blacktop Bra Kuempel. turn around. • Awarded justice center • Discussed black topping lawn care contract to Joe county roads and repairing road Rockhead Properties (JRP). slips. • Discussed rental agreement • Moved part time 911 for state air conditioning permit Telecommunicator Tiffany inspector. Tipton, to full time status. * Approved unscheduled • Approved 2011-2012 needs list for highway construcstanding orders. tion. • Approved appointment of Tuesday, June 14: The June meeting of the Phillip A. Sharp Middle School SBDM Council will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 14 at the school. SPECIALS THIS WEEK AT BLUEGRASS TOBACCO! First One Cigarettes Tired of $25.98 pack $2.69 carton Marlboro 72’s and Special Blends GATES OPEN AT 5:00 P.M. PULL STARTS AT 7:00 P.M. WWW.BLUEGRASSPULLING.COM tom of the form attached or dropped off at the weight room at the high school from 5-9 p.m. Ages of applicants range from 4 years old (no diapers please) to the eighth grade. For more information, please contact Missy Osborne at 6545800. Pendleton County Democratic Woman’s Club want to invite everyone to their club meeting at 6 p.m. June 20 at Back Hills Grill. Their guest speaker will be Charlene McGrath and she will showing a movie about Afghanistan through eyes of the Peace Corps. The movie is approximately an hour long. This will enlighten many of us who have never been there or if you have a relative in the military who is there, we could gain more knowledge about the civilians who live there. th $8 PER PERSON Shafer, Gary Snodgrass, Danny Weaver, Ricky Ballinger, Lynn Booher, Gary Burris, Marvin Holmes, Gary Clayton, Jack Wright, Johnny Wright, Ronnie Richie, David Florence, Jimmy Roberts, Eric Abercrombie, Donald Leadingham, Gary McMillian, Quinton Marquette, Larry Atkinson, Ronnie McMillan, Billy Singer, Donnie Sharp, Pat Conroy, Billy Conrad, David Klee, Larry Ritter, Keavin Wolfe, Lewis Robinson, Paul Wilson, Doug Spencer, Rudy Wolfe, Terry Ducker, Wesley Mayfield, James McCain, Kenny Workman, Ray Cordray, Jimmy Browning, Danny Williams, Ronnie Griffin, Karl Moore, Lee Hannah, Butch Hayes, Jerry Bell, Steve Craig, Russ Conrad, Ernie Vanlandingham, Tommy Wagner, Wendell Miles, Terry Gregg, Mike Gallagher, Tommy Browning, and Donnie Wolfe. Come and join Summer Recreation at Southern Elementary School for a fun-filled month of swimming, bowling, movies, games, crafts and more! The 2011 Summer Recreation will run through July 1. Registration forms may be mailed to the address on the bot- Pendleton Democratic Woman’s club to meet Truck & Tractor Pull June 10 June 16, 1911 John Arnold, the general merchant at Sunrise, died last Friday from heart failure. David Sharp of Pleasant Valley had the misfortune to have a horse step on his foot last week. Veeze Price, L&N agent at DeMossville, and Miss Sarah Alcorn of Millersburg were married last Friday. Lawrence Newkirk, aged about 25 years, died Saturday night last at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Newkirk, near Concord. Forrest Durant, formerly of Boyd, and Miss Lydia Kuster of Cynthiana, were married last week. Albert Ross, who graduated from the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy June 1, has accepted a position with a drug firm at Maysville. Lloyd Booher of Boyd and Miss Hattie May Martin of Harrison County were married Wednesday. R.M. Hightower and daughter, Miss Daisy, of Knoxville, attended the funeral of his uncle, James Wilson, in Covington Wednesday. Born to the wife of Oss Bishop of Double Beech, on eighth, a daughter. Summer Recreation at Southern $36.18 pack $3.62 carton Featuring: • SUPER MODIFED 2WD TRUCKS • ECONOMY HOT ROD TRACTORS • WORK STOCK DIESEL TRUCKS • PRO STREET DIESEL TRUCKS 2.6 • LIGHT LIMITED SUPER STOCK TRACTORS PENDLETON CO. FAIRGROUNDS • Falmouth, KY Pipe Tobacco’s on CIGARETTES AND GAS? 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