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Favorite Old Photo: A part of WWNI sales team

2016-06-05 - 108 N Reed Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from the collection of Melissa Moore.
Melissa Moore, proprietor of the A&M Trading Post in Coburg, KY, found this favorite old photo taken at Waggener-Walker Newspapers, Inc. sometime during the 1970's. It's her mother, Mary Pat Moore, standing, left; and Rhonda Handy, right, with another member of the dynamic sales team, Barbara Ehling, on the phone. They were three of the best advertising sales producers in the history of Adair County Publishing, part of a sales force of 10-12 who kept the plant, some 100 employees, and newspapers in Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee humming. Mary Pat Moore originated a farm publication, "Horse Country," for the chain of newspapers. - EW

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