Turning Back The Clock 9-29-11

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15 Years Ago

Sept. 26, 1996

Christy Jo Jackson of Dry Ridge is singing her heart out and hopes it earns her a recording contract. Jackson is now performing at Opryland in Nashville. Jackson, a 1993 graduate of Grant County High School, performs a solo of “Coal Miner’s Daughter. She is the daughter of Joe and Debbie Jackson.

Alan Feldmann is this week’s Baby of the Week. His parents are Ed and Alann Feldman of Williamstown. He was born on Dec. 27, 1993 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Edgewood. His brothers and sisters are Angela, Krista, Eric, Theresa and Lee. His favorite things to do are playing with trains, reading stories and playing with his family.

25 Years Ago

Sept. 25, 1986

Kenneth R. Juett, president of the Bank of Williamstown announced that the bank’s application to the state had been approved and the bank would proceed with plans to construct a full-service bank on Route 330, west of Corinth. Grant County Deposit Bank also has a pending application to build a branch on Route 330.

John Sebree has recently received a scholarship from the Williamstown Kiwanis Club. He is a junior at Northern Kentucky University and is a business management major, with a political science minor. He is a 1984 graduate of Williamstown High School. Sebree is the son of Mary Bobb Sebree of Williamstown and Bill Sebree of Paris.

50 Years Ago

Sept. 29, 1961

Mrs. Nulan Harvey of Elliston announced the forthcoming marriage of her daugher, Bernice Rose Sanders to Charles Blaine Delph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Delph of Sherman. The wedding is being planned for Oct. 7 at the Pleasant View Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. A reception will follow in in the church basement.

The Grant  County Civil Defense Board has begun an intensified campaign to organize the county for immediate and effective action in case of an atomic attack. The board is composed of: D.P. Curry, R. Lester Mullins, Robert Eckler, Dr. Virginia Kratz, Jess Kinman, Herbert Caldwell, Robert Hume, Gene Wynn, Alva Ransdall, Florence Fortner, Hubert Skinner and Lorene Blankenship.