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July 15, 2008
Class of 1973 to have reunion LANCASTER - The Garrard County High School class of 1973 is hosting a Weekend to Remember from Friday through Sunday. As part of its 35-year reunion, a picnic will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday at Logan-Hubble Memorial Park, shelter 4. Members of the class of '73 invite all who were in school at GCHS (classes of 1970-1976) while they were there to come join them for the afternoon. Those attending will need to provide their own food and beverages. Guests are welcome.
April 28, 2009
April 28, 1984 Sammy Guy of the Flyers was the top salesman and Jesse Keene of the Wildcats was second in the Winchester Youth Soccer League's spring fundraising contest. Arlene Webster was the winner of a Commodore 64 computer given away by the league on April 14. Country-jazz saxophone great Boots Randolph will perform in the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival over Labor Day weekend. The concert will last for one hour and 15 minutes. Eight men from Clark County are among the more than 200 bass fishermen registered to compete in the Red Man Tournament Trail Mountain Division bass fishing tournament at Lake Cumberland.
September 11, 2013
Raymond Y. Adams, 85, passed away Sept. 10 at Thomson-Hood Veterans Center. He was a lifelong resident of Nicholasville. Mr. Adams volunteered for the U.S. Marine Corps at age 16 and fought battles on Tinian, Saipon and Okinawa during World War II for which he was decorated. As a truck driver, salesman and business owner, Raymond was able to do what he enjoyed most - talk to people. He was a member of the Nicholasville Baptist Church and a member of the Lexington VFW.  Survivors include four daughters, Sharon Rae and husband Jerry Goettig, Barbara Sue and husband Steve Hall, Callie Ray Adams and husband Dave Swift, and Rebecka Lynn and husband Larry Hall; and his friend of many years, Mrs. Betty Burns.
May 11, 2011
Winston Boggs May 8, 2011 Winston “Wink” Boggs, 80, of Corbin, formerly of Cumberland, died Sunday, May 8, at St. Joseph Hospital. He was a native of Harlan County, retired salesman for Orgill Brothers, a U.S. Navy veteran, and past commander of VFW Post 1410. Survivors include his wife, Billie Jean Mann Boggs of Corbin; son and wife Winston and Pam Boggs of Lexington; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Graveside service will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 12, with visitation from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Contributions may be made to the VFW Post 1410, Corbin, KY 40701 in his memory.
August 8, 2012
Wayne Wilson, 70, of Science Hill, passed away Thursday, Aug. 2, at his residence. Born July 6, 1942, in Pulaski County, Wayne was a son of the late Homer and Olvie Wilson.  He was a used furniture salesman with Wilson's Used Furniture. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Wayna Wilson; two brothers, Dallas  and Carthel Wilson; and one grandchild. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Haynes Wilson of Science Hill; two sons, Doug Turner of Dunneville and Ralph "Bud" Hall of Science Hill; five daughters, Ila Wilson Brooks of Lexington, Darla Blaylock of Knoxville, Tenn., Lolita Bradshaw of Wisconsin, Treasa Johnson of Science Hill and Kaye Pitman of Somerset; one brother, Gene (Sandy)
July 19, 2007
Dear Editor, My husband and I purchased two graves at Danville Memorial Gardens; we also purchased lawn crypts and a bronze marker for ourselves. The salesman told us that because my husband was a veteran we would also receive a bronze marker for free from the Veterans Administration and that there was nothing we had to pay, telling us "not to worry," they would order it. The salesman never informed us of any charge to set the free veteran's marker. My husband died this year, and as promised, Danville Memorial Gardens ordered the free bronze marker from the VA. Now, after the marker has been ordered and received from the VA, they are telling me that I must pay for the marker to be set at their own "VA marker setting charge" of $500.
BRENDA S. EDWARDS | September 29, 2003
A Danville man has kept people on their feet for years with a selection of shoes from two companies he represents. Lew Purdy, an independent sales representative, began selling Mason shoes 44 years ago this month while he was a foreman in a Cincinnati factory. He worked part-time for a couple of years, then became a full-time salesman. He actually celebrates his 44th anniversary as a shoe salesman Monday. The Casey County native has driven thousands of miles and has won more than $100,000 in prizes for high sales.
October 9, 2006
Marriage licenses recorded recently in the office of County Clerk George O. "Sonny" Spoonamore IV in the Lincoln County Courthouse were: Susie Marie Hinds, 25, Stanford, factory, to Frank Floyd Johnson, 35, Stanford, sales. Rebecca Lynn Sizemore, 38, Waynesburg, BPI, to Danny Keith Jones, 44, Waynesburg, BPI. Vicky Phelps, 25, Stanford, factory worker, to Ronnie Lee Murphy, 46, Stanford, retired mechanic. Amy Renee Warfield, 19, Eubank, unemployed, to Alvin Wayne Gifford, 22, Waynesburg, Asplundh Tree Service.
HERB BROCK | January 24, 2005
Two area people played key roles in Kentucky's joining the growing ranks of states with lotteries. One of them was a politician who grabbed the headlines. The other was a storekeeper who worked behind the scenes, but his role in the founding of the now 15-year-old Kentucky Lottery Corp. was an important one. In the headlines was the late Gov. Wallace Wilkinson, a Lexington-based millionaire textbook salesman who was a native of Liberty. Behind the scenes was J.N. Frankel, a prominent Danville merchant who for decades owned the city's landmark downtown business, the old Hub-Frankel Department Store.
Lisa King | November 17, 2005
Advanced Stripping Technology is located at 168 Ford Lane off Bethel Road in Jessamine County. Co-owners are Frank Patermosgoro of Nicholasville and Irvine Clay of Mount Sterling. They established the company in Jessamine County because they believed their company would do well in this area, Patermosgoro said. "There are only seven people on the East Coast who are using this technique, and none around here," he said. Patermosgoro added that he and his partner use sodium bicarbonate to do their stripping, which includes graffiti removal from buildings, as well as stripping paint from vehicles and homes.
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