BACK IN TIME: McClain, Marattay named to ‘62 UK Committee of 240

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50 years ago
March 8, 1962
Miss Annette McClain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott McClain, Route 1, Taylorsville, and Miss Berttye Sue Marattay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Marattay, also of Route 1, have been named to the University of Kentucky Committee of 240.


The organization is made up of students from each of Kentucky’s 120 counties. Students selected for the committee represent the university in their home communities. Their main assignment is to visit the high schools in their respective counties, presenting information on the University and answering questions of students. Committee members are chosen on the basis of their academic and leadership abilities, and demonstrated interest in serving the university. Miss McClain is a sophomore at UK, majoring in elementary education. Miss Marattay is a senior at UK, majoring in library science.

Thursday, March 1, the Junior Varsity met the Lincoln Institute Tigers in the District Tournament at Shelby County High School. The JV were defeated 38-22. The JV fell behind, and with the Tigers controlling most of the rebounds, couldn’t seem to come through.
High point men were Billy D. McKinley with 9, and Clayton Redmon and Scottie Greer each had 4 points. On the whole, the JV had a fine season.
Friday, the Bears met the Lincoln Institute Club and were defeated 51-31. First quarter play was slow but the Bears managed to lead most of the quarter. The great height advantage of the Tigers became evident as they controlled the boards. This was the big difference. The Bears fought hard but couldn’t contend with the powerful Lincoln Institute Club.
The high point men were Morgan Day with 11, Larry Hickman, 7. The Bears, despite a few heartbreaking defeats, managed a season’s record to be proud of. Final tally was 16 wins against 11 losses.

Martha Shewmaker Cull, 38; Sarah Elizabeth Ingram, 65; Sara M. Williams, no age given.

40 years ago
March 16, 1972
Members of the Ecology Club will be guests at the regular meeting of the Business and Professional Women’s Club, Monday evening, March 20. Mrs. Barbara Snider, youth power chairman, will be in charge of the program.
Mrs. Snider said there will be a panel discussion. Also, Mrs. Sara Day, who represented the club at a meeting held Friday, March 10, will report on the Friday meeting of the Ecology Club.
The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at the community center.

A credit-card-sized birth card which can substitute in most cases for a birth certificate is available to Kentucky-born individuals, according to Lewis Bush, director of the Office of Vital Statistics, State Department of Health.
All persons planning to request the card must have his birth certificate on file in the Office of Vital Statistics in Frankfort.
To order a card a person should get an application form from his local health department. Most hospitals also have the form. The card costs $2.

Margaret Snyder, 80; Dudley “Sid” Spurr, 91; Mary Lillie Armstrong, 71; Mrs. Robert McAfee, 87.

30 years ago
March 18, 1982
Louisville Mayor Harvey Sloane, campaign chairman for the Kentucky Easter Seal Society, has announced the appointment of Cissy Musselman, who will serve as the Telethon Chairman of the 1982 Easter Seal Campaign. Ms. Musselman will be overseeing all telethon committee activities including business and corporate gifts, special solicitations, and general telethon promotion for the Easter Seal Society.
“I am looking forward to helping Kentucky’s handicapped children and adults by serving in this capacity,” Ms. Musselman stated.
The Easter Seal Telethon in Louisville will be aired March 27 and 28 on WDRB-TV, Channel 41, and will be for the benefit of handicapped children and adults served by the Kentucky Easter Seal Society.

The Spencer County Class of 1982 with the cooperation of the Speech and Drama Club is proud to present “Cheaper by the Dozen,” a three-act comedy depicting the trials and sorrows of raising twelve children in the mid-twenties.
It will be performed on March 19 and 20 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 21 at 3:00 p.m. in the Spencer County High School Gym.

20 years ago
March 11, 1992
For Math-Science Day, Spencer County students tried their hands at making egg-protecting cartons. The cartons were dropped from a cherry picker to determine the best design. The students won prizes for the best propeller-driven airplane, car, strongest bridge and other devices.

10 years ago
March 13, 2002
During a City Commission meeting, Spencer Judge-Executive David Jenkins along with CAE engineer Joe Sisler, discussed the city’s and county’s options for a countywide sewage system.
Though a few options do currently exist for cities and counties when it comes to sewage systems, Sisler and Jenkins told the commission that joint authorities, which are sewage systems maintained and run by both the county and city, are definitely the way of the future.
“My suggestion would be a join city-county system. I believe it would be easier in the long run to have everything and everyone working together,” Sisler said.
Jenkins agreed, saying that he would like to have a committee, made up of representatives from both the county and city, look at the options for a joint system.

William and Sarah Jenkins of Taylorsville are proud to announce the birth of their daughter. Abigail McKenzie-Grace Jenkins on Feb. 10, 2002 at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville. She weighed 5 lbs. 7.4 oz and was 19 inches long. Welcoming her home was big brother. Kason Edward-Sloan Jenkins. Grandparents: Bonnie and Wanda Pulliam and Bud and Marcie Jenkins.

Jeanne Alexis Spencer is proud to announce the birth of her daughter, Moriya Aubrielle Spencer, on Feb. 28, 2002 at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville. Grandparents are Joanne, and Booker Sitgraves of Taylorsville and great-grandparent is Frances Sitgraves of Louisville.

Joyce Mae Best Murphy, 82; Eyther Brookshire McCullum Sweazy Harris, 93; Blanche Shields Murphy, 83; Joan Martine Skaggs Amis Russell, 67; William H. “Bill” Ulery, 93; Laura Nobel McClure Welch, 87.