From Sept. 28, 1972: Spencer County’s elected officials and committee chairmen attended a dinner Wednesday, last week, sponsored by Colonel Sanders on behalf of the campaign of Harold Saunders, candidate for circuit judge. From left, Marvin Nethery, A.D. Houghlin, Robert Coots, Fred Chatman, Wilson Shelburne, Stuart Kelly, Col. Sanders, Harold Saunders, Jesse Kelien, Ralston Walker and Howard Hardin.
From Sept. 21, 1972: Spencer County 4-H’ers are shown with some of the camp staff during their recent stay at Lake Cumberland 4-H Center. Picture are, from left, front, Glenn Schultz, Renita Lewis, Rhonda Irvine and Scott Herndon; back, Shelby Brammer, Kentucky Utilities Company electric counselor, Kay Eckler, 4-H club leader and counselor, and Sandi Swanner, KU home economist.
From Sept. 21, 1972: Acteens of First Baptist Church served at the Kentucky Baptist Hospital this summer as junior volunteers. Participants are pictured in no particular order and included Sandra McKinley, 17, 108 hours; Kathy Spears, 17, 100 hours; Kathy Brookshire, 16, 96 hours; Ellen Aubrey, 16, 88 hours; Kathy Deery, 15, 72 hours; and Jan Skaggs, 18, 56 hours.
From Sept. 28, 1972: Gary Chatman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chatman, has been named FFA member of the month of September. He was chosen because of his high individual scores for the Taylorsville Chapter Dairy Judging Team, which tied for second in the state contest. Gary was also third high scorer in the state contest. He attend the Mid-South Fair in Memphis, Tenn., last Monday as a member of the state Dairy Judging Team. Gary is also a member of the Beta Club, Explorer’s Club and Pep Club.