*Cynthiana Democrat, July 1960 -- “Denver, Colo. - Joe B. Hall, head basketball coach at Regis College here, has been named athletic director as well. The 31-year old Cynthiana, Ky. native succeeds Fred T. Daly, who has headed Regis’ athletic programs since 1957. His appointment to become effective Aug. 1. ‘We are pleased to have a man of Coach Hall’s caliber ready to assume these duties,’ Regis’ president said, ‘He did an exceptional job with the varsity basketball team as well as in revising our physical education program.’”
*1925 City Directory -- “The McDonald Company -- The largest store in Harrison County - Our business will serve you well - The largest and most tastefully selected stocks of women’s and misses ready-to-wear dresses and accessories, shoes, gloves - yard goods, an assortment that will please and delight you - always up to the lastest style in pattern and color. Rugs and floor coverings - rugs of moderate price - an unusually bright and clean stock of merchandise can always be found in our Basement Store and always at prices that are a bit lower than you can buy at other places. Come and see us - The McDonald Company - Cor. Pike and Walnut streets.”
*Log Cabin, Dec. 10, 1909 -- “Notice -- Having bought out J. T. Maffett Co., I will handle the same brands and grades of Coal and Building Materials that they handled for years. A share of your patronage is solicited. - L.C. Rice”
*Charles Roberts (1896) -- “Winter’s done, and April’s in the skies. Earth, look up with laughter in your eyes.”
*Cynthiana Democrat, Aug. 16, 1923 -- “Yesterday the committee awarded the contract for excavation and foundation for the new hotel at the corner of Main and Pleasant streets to Kenton and Perry at their bid of $9,249.67. Work will begin this week or early next week and must be completed in eight weeks. Contract for the main building will be advertised for and bids received in the fall.”
*Log Cabin, Sept. 14, 1906 -- “It is reported that Bowen Smith will ask for a license for a saloon in the room on Pike Street now occupied by P.A. Williams.”
*1945 -- “A Man Who Passes - On Hills And Curves - Is Not A Man - Of Iron Nerves - He’s Crazy!”
The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum is the Friday and Saturday place to be. See you there.