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Descendant of Earnest Hadley appreciates Mike Watson article

Ruth Hadley Smith writes:
A great big thank you to Mr. Mike Watson and Columbia Magazine for sharing this story. Seeing that I am one of several Great-Great Granddaughters of Mr. Bart Hadley, I find great enjoyment and interest in reading about my heritage. I am the daughter of J. Dwight Hadley of Fairplay, KY and he is the son of Bart Hadley, who was the son of Earnest Hadley. Sincerely, Ruth Hadley Smith - Ruth Hadley Smith
Comments re article 60048 Mike Watson: Dr J.T. Jones visiting, pondering


2013-06-09 15:38:50 | Comments | Printable version

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Tebbs Bend 150th Anniversary Memorial Service, June 8, 2013



2013-06-09 - Tebbs Bend - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Lawrence writes, "150th Anniversary Memorial Service at the Confederate Cemetery, Tebbs Bend Road. One group was from Michigan and modern day soldiers were from Monroe County, KY. Betty Gorin was there in costume, and Judge Executive Eddie Rogers attended. Also the ancesters of Frank Voss, the man whose name is on the new headstone."
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Thanks Peg Schaeffer and Sugarfoot Farms Rescue

Mitzi Bault writes:
Thank you, Peg Schaeffer, Sugarfoot Farms Rescue. It is wonderful to know that there are people like you who care. Ricky and I have five dogs. All but one are rescue dogs. All five are not just dogs - they are family, with a lot of love. - Mitzi Bault
Comments re article 60038 Happy Tail It Takes A Village


2013-06-09 12:24:25 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Sends interesting tie to Connie Hinman's artist ancestor

Curt Farran writes:
This was a very interesting article to me because Mr. Pickett's grave is next to my father's in the Cemetery in Huntsville (Nebraska. - CM). My curiosity prompted this Internet search. Thanks Curt Farran --Curt Farran
Comments re article 41108 Chuck Hinman IJMA No 026 What You Got


2013-06-09 12:08:40 | Comments | Printable version

Thankful for dental revelation about one of The Old Turners

A Crocus Creek grandmother of many generations ago

Linda Waggener writes:
Dear Mike, I always appreciate your discoveries and feel so grateful that you share what you find of our unique heritage. This letter, especially, warms my heart because the writer described having made teeth for one of my Crocus Creek Turner grandmothers of many generations ago. She probably in no way appreciated having that in print and may have lost her natural teeth due to years of clenching them at her husband, Joe, who by his writings to the same newspaper, appeared to be quite the vexatious male. Thanks, Mike! - Linda (Turner Leftwich Royce Marcum) Waggener
Comments re article 60048 Mike Watson Dr JT Jones visiting pondering


2013-06-09 11:54:07 | Comments | Printable version

Gary W. Mann, 56, Russell County, KY (1956-2013)

He was a native of Russell County, KY, and a member of a large, respected Russell County family.
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Gary W. Mann, 56, S Hwy 127, Jamestown, KY, died Saturday, June 8, 2013, at the Russell County Hospital, Russell Springs, KY.

Religious services will be at H.E. Pruitt Memory Chapel, 202 N Main Street, Jamestown, KY, at 10amCT/11amET, Wednesday, June 12, 2013, with Bro. Wendell Roberts officiating. Burial will be in Jamestown Cemetery, N Main Street, Jamestown, KY.


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2013-06-09 11:47:16 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Ray Curtsinger, 72, Russell County, KY (1941-2013)

He was a native of Adair County and a resident of Russell County at the time of his death. He was a member of a respected South Central Kentucky family with many relatives in Adair, Russell, Green, Taylor and other parts. He leaves 19 direct living descendants, spanning four generations. He was a farmer
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Ray Curtsinger, Hopper Street, Russell Springs, KY, died at 8:53pmET, Friday, June 7, 2013, at the Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville, KY.

Religious services will be at 1pmCT/2pmET, Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at H.E. Pruitt Memory Chapel, 202 N Main Street, Jamestown, KY, with Bro. Darrell Tucker officiating. Visitation will be after 4:30pmCT/5:30pmET, Monday, June 10, 2013. Burial will be in Jamestown Cemetery, N Main Street, Jamestown, KY.


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2013-06-09 11:32:57 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Mike Watson: Dr. J.T. Jones, visiting, pondering

Dr. J.T. Jones practiced dentistry and other callings at Creelsboro, KY. Mike Watson has retrieved notes he made and sent to the Adair County News 98 years, mostly reminiscents after he retired to Montpelier, KY. He was the father of perhaps area's greatest inventor, R.L. Jones, who built the Clayton house still standing on KY 206
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By Mike Watson

Dr. J.T. Jones takes a trip down Crocus and up Sand Lick, visiting and pondering...

The following is an extract taken from a lengthy letter to the Adair County News from Dr. J.T. Jones, dentist, who had been on a sojourn in 1915. Dr. Jones resided for some years at Montpelier and later near Columbia. He was best known for his professions and also for his stories and poetry printed in the pages of the News. In more recent times, he may be remembered as the grandfather of Miss Margaret Clayton and Mrs. Marian Clayton Vance. (Adair County News, 17 May 1916)


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2013-06-09 08:53:32 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Local History

Schedule for Saturday June 15, 2013 in Downtown Columbia, KY

Bring your own chair events. Centered around 500 Public Square and other Points on the Square
  • 08am-12pm noon CT - Farmer's Market on the Square the Square, this Saturday with an even larger selection of fresh produce, open as usual.

  • 10amCT - Vendors open, Children's Playland and Petting Zoo Open, Games Begin. Sign up for Ugly Man Contest. Oreo Stacking Contest. Boot Toss. Pie Eating Contest. Milk Drinking Contest.

  • 12pm noon CT - Green River Kruzers car show, and the Sundae Slam, featuring a team of Adair County High School Students, Ethan Brown, Rachel Stephens, Jesse Anderson vs. a team of Lindsey Wilson College students, Emily Ramage, Mark Corbett, DeResha Walkup. Teams build sundaes and crowd chooses the winner. Ice cream is then given away to the crowd.

  • 12:45pmCT - Crowd chooses winner of Ugly Man Contest.

  • 01pmCT - Music throughout afternoon: Misty Valley (gospel group), at 1pmCT. Dream Depot Singers (50s/60s/current), at 2:15pmCT. Simple Truth (Country/Rock, Christian) at 3:30pmCT. Voices of Soul, featuring Yulanda Bradshaw, Becky Taylor, and Jenny Cundiff (R&B, Disco).
Information from Sharon Burton, AC Community Voice, Farmer's Pride


2013-06-09 08:02:59 | Comments | Printable version

Adair Co. June Dairy Day returns Saturday, June 15, 2013

June 15, 2013 will be a huge day for downtown. Arts and Crafts, Ugly Man Contest, Oreo Stacking Contest, Pie Eating competition, Milk Drinking showdown, a Petting Zoo, Sundae Slam, and the regular Farmer's Market on the Square will be taking place as usual. Dairy Day events are Free.
See separate Schedule for Saturday June 15, 2013 in Downtown Columbia, KY

By Sharon Burton, Editor & Publisher, AC Community Voice & Farmer's Pride
News from June Dairy Day committee: Charles Grimsley, Billy Rowe, Debbie Selby, and Mindy Yarberry

June Dairy Day is returning to Adair County and events will be held on the Public Square, Columbia, KY on Saturday, June 15, 2013.

Downtown will be filled with games, music, food and fun beginning at 10amCT.


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2013-06-09 07:42:37 | Comments | Printable version

(Ad) A little Arthur Godfrey for Yard Sales today

A Crisis in CM Classifieds at 7:32amCT, Sunday morning, June 9, 2013: We're nearly out of Yard Sales, after a banner week of sales.

A few of us can remember way back when the favorite show on WHAS was The Arthur Godfrey Show. The Old Redhead would be only 110 years old now if he were still alive. One of his signature songs was "I'm a lonely little petunia in an onion patch and all I do is cry all day."

That may be the feeling of the lone Yard Sale listing today, in South Central Kentucky's most dynamic marketplace, CM CLASSIFIEDS. Yesterday there were almost two dozen - not a record, but a healthy number considering the skittishness of the weather.

Get results with CM Yard SalesIf you're planning a yard sale for the coming week, why not send it now, and get the advantage of being on more yard sale shoppers route?

If your Yard Sale within the 7-County area of Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor Counties is not yet listed, please do so now. Yard Sale Text Ads up to 4 lines are FREE, when Street and Number are listed, or very cheap the old timey way, at $10 per 4 lines of text without Street and Number. (See CM RATES and TERMS for advertising rates for other entries.

To get your ad posted, send using any Contact/Submit button. If you need help, Call 270-250-2730 and we'll help you email your ad.



2013-06-09 07:11:56 | Comments | Printable version

Travels with Doug Beard: Sydney, NSW, Australia album

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Adair County native Doug Beard has been in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, as Manager, Global Strategic Meetings and Events, Brown-Forman Corporation, 850 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY and is sharing photographs of the beautiful city, Australia's largest.


2013-06-09 05:52:13 | Comments | Printable version

Today, SUNDAY with CM, June 9, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for June 9, 2013:
Knowing everything
would leave us with no scope for
imagination.
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 9 June 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 635, in progress


Marvin Winans - I Won't Complain



Quick links to Favorite CM Columns
Mostly from Sunday with CM, June 9, 2013 and a few others from the past week
Congratulations to the ACHS Class of 2013
Click for photos and bios for all the students graduating in 2013.
Click on individual letter below for students whose last name begins with that letter
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


2013-06-09 05:26:19 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

Carol Perkins: Step right up - the county fair

The lure of the carnival barkers at the old county fairs often meant country boys with pretty girls at their side lost income from backbreaking work in the fields, some embarrassing moments for boys who sneaked in the girlie shows only to see their fathers across from them, while mothers were watching the little ones on the kiddy rides and overseeing tiny tots covering their faces with grainy messes from corn dogs
The next earlier Carol Perkins column: Carol Perkins: An after the fact commentary on Memorial day

By Carol Perkins

"Step right up and win that little girl a teddy bear!" The barker at the booth, where knocking down three bowling pins calls can win the life size pink teddy bear hanging to the side of the tent, calls out to a young man escorting a young girl down the midway of the county fair. He looks at the guy and wonders what to do. The young man runs the risk of making himself look like a real wimp if the pins don't fall (which they seldom did). Then, again, on the off chance he should win that teddy bear, he might seal the deal and have himself a steady girl.


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2013-06-09 05:24:17 | Comments | Printable version

Tom Chaney: The Joy of Drinking

Of Writers And Their Books: The Joy of Drinking. Tom favors the 'Forty Gallon Baptists' as he recounts a long friendship of telling tales to each other. Click on headline for complete story with photo of Master Blueberry This column first appeared 8 June 2008.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column: Bank Robbery in Hart County

By Tom Chaney

The Joy of Drinking

Last week I had a quite special trip. It fell my lot to deliver a Charlie Williams sheep dog from the wilds of Hart County to the wiles of suburban Columbus, Ohio.

Bob and Candy Canzoneri are no strangers to Hart County or even to Williams sheep dogs. Master Blueberry is a replacement for his great uncle who recently died. In the past the Canzoneri made my kitchen a pit stop on their way to visit kin in Memphis and Mississippi.


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2013-06-09 05:03:44 | Comments | Printable version

Chuck Hinman: IJMA. Mealtime When I Was A Kid

Chuck Hinman: Mealtime When I Was A Kid. Chuck felt like he was in 'hog heaven' if it was his day to sit in Daddy's lap.
Next earlier Chuck Hinman column - The Wild Strawberry Patch (Among My Souvenirs)

By Chuck Hinman

Mealtime When I Was A Kid

When I was a little boy growing up on the farm near Liberty, Nebraska, our family consisted of five: Dad, Mom, brother Bob - two years older -, and sister Joy Ann - five years younger - than me.


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2013-06-09 04:57:53 | Comments | Printable version

CU hosts 25 at Hunter Cantwell QB/WR Skills Camp

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By Matthew Schmuck / Campbellsville University Sports Information

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - Campbellsville University Fighting Tiger football hosted the 2013 Hunter Cantwell QB/WR Skills Camp on Saturday, June 8, for high school and middle school football players.

Twenty-five student athletes (16 quarterbacks and nine receivers) traveled from around the region, including as far away as Tallahassee, FL, to participate in numerous drills and skill competitions at Finley Stadium. The group also spent time in the classroom, watching film to better understand their respective positions.


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2013-06-09 04:52:34 | Comments | Printable version

Happy Tail - It Takes A Village

This week has been the most successful week for adoptions since writer has been doing adoptions. To acheive the success, it took the work of a super-committed Peg Schaeffer and a super-committed, caring community. Each of this week's cases is a heartwarming story, each an inspiring refrigerator door clip in itself - there are several today: from Hobo being returned to his original owner, to a little boy getting his first dog, and the dog getting a wonderful new home in Russell County. This week's column is many happy tales.
Click on headline for complete story with photo(s). Next previous Happy Tail: Happy Tails: Planting a garden. To find a dog to adopt, check CM ANIMALS, remember to do it often, turnover is high, and you may miss out on the pet of a lifetime.

By Peg Schaeffer
President and Founder, Sugarfoot Farms Rescue

This week I adopted out more dogs than I have ever done in one week's time since I've been doing rescue. On Saturday, Hobo, a senior Boxer, was returned to his original owner, after a mix up. Although Hobo had been with us since April 13 he spotted his owner at the fence all the way from the house. I thought his butt would fall off he wiggled his stub tail so hard. He dragged me to the gate and no leash was needed as he followed his owner to the truck.


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2013-06-09 04:17:46 | Comments | Printable version

Loves the story of Gracie Ann Bault

Tami Wilson writes:
Grateful for all those who adopt from shelters instead of buying dogs.

How can anyone think the life of a purchased dog is more precious than that of one who may be put to death only because s/he got lost, their person passed away, or any number of reasons that they may wind up in a shelter?

So many different kinds of animals are in shelters, or at rescues, and so many of them are put to sleep for no reason except that people choose not to rescue them, but go buy a dog.

Love this story!! - Tami Wilson
Comments re photo 49897 Gracie Ann Bault makes guest appearance at FM2


2013-06-09 03:19:23 | Comments | Printable version


Birthdays and Anniversaries for June 9
Happy Anniversary, Brent and Keisha Baker (1995) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Will and Melissa Knight | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Brian Taylor | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Dana Compton Helm | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Dr. William T. Luckey, Jr. (1960) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Joey Breeding | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, John Amos Gaskins II (2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Rick Pickett (1971) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Robbie Bell | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Robby Burton | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Ronnie Brandenburg | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Sandy Rogers | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tiffany Coomer | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Winfred Cowan | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Zaylan Tucker (2008) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Tony Wilson McFelea, 62 (1947) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Christine Levore Hedrick Taylor Co., KY (1920) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Gary Gabehart, Taylor Co., KY (1950) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Billy Ray Page, Adair Co., KY (1932) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Elwanda Grider, Russell Co., KY (2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Buell Lee, Casey Co., KY native (1917-2011) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Althia Irene Copas Horning, Breeding, KY (1934) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jacob Gaskins, Taylor Co. KY (1986) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Katelyn Elizabeth Spears, Burkesville, KY (2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Matrie Pendleton, Casey County, KY (1939) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Mary Lou Lingle, Green County, KY (1928) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Flossie Neat | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, June 9, 2013
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
6:00amCTTime to check Directory of Churches for Sunday morning & evening worship service schedules. | (ID:22668, Comment)
10:45amCTBilly Stotts will speak at Sparksville Church of The Nazarene
Sparksville Church of The Nazarene, 9562 Burkesville Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:22803, Comment)
11:00amCTSis. Rochelle Moore-Campbell speaks, with dinner served following.
Eunice Church of God, 12515 Liberty Road, Columbia KY | (ID:22863, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:22680, Comment)
2:00pmCTServices, Columbia, KY, for Terry Akin, Adair County, KY (1955-2013) | (ID:22862, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes in the evening. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:22710, Comment)
Vacation Bible School, 5pm-7pmCT every Sunday night in June
Glens Fork Church of the Nazarene, 7811 S Hwy. 55, Glens Fork, KY in the Glens Fork community | (ID:22798, Comment)
6:00pmCTVBS at Kelleyville, "Kingdom Rocks," June 9-13, 6pm-8pm nightly
Kelleyville Community Church, 77 Kellyville RD, Columiba, KY | (ID:22855, Comment)
6:30pmCTNew Life for the Nations campmeeting is June 7-9, 2013
New Life for the Nations, 5095 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:22629, Comment)
One Night Youth Revival, Egypt Christian Church, 4859 Knifley RD, Columbia, KY
For regular schedule of services for Egypt Christian Church, see DIRECTORY of CHURCHES | (ID:22861, Comment)
10:59pmCTNew Life for the Nations campmeeting is June 7-9, 2013
New Life for the Nations, 5095 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:22631, Comment)

 





















 
 
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