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  • Arnold celebrates 100th birthday

    Ellen Arnold celebrated her 100th birthday on April 23, 2015 at Grand Haven Nursing Home. She visited with her sister, Pauline Earlywine, in Tampa, Fla. via SKYPE.
    On Saturday, cake and ice cream were served to the following: Aubrey and Judy Arnold, Marshall and Margaret Arnold, Jeff and Paula Arnold, Tracy and Dan Hitchcork and Taylor, Bill Blackburn, Jeff Blackburn and Karen, Billy Blackburn, and Velma and Bob Barkley

  • Tomato plants like it warm

    I waited. I hope you did, too.  My tomatoes and peppers are  finally ready to be planted now that the forecast calls for warm spring nights.  
    Tomatoes love two things:  good drainage and heat.  
    If you have struggled with tomatoes in the past, consider what makes them most content when preparing the garden and setting your plants out.  

  • Grays observe anniversary with trip out west

    Scott and Debbie Gray celebrated their 25th anniversary with a trip to Grand Canyon and Las Vegas, Nev.
    They were married May 5, 1990, and have two children, Destyni and Autumn Gray.

  • Prepares for tea at Cedar Ridge and Homemakers Day celebration May 8

    The Homemakers Leesburg Club of Harrison County has been learning about ways to make our family’s diets healthy. Super foods, whose nutritional values are very high are beans, greens, blueberries (and other berries), oats, walnuts, yogurt, sweet potatoes and dairy foods.
    Keeping fats and sugars low in the diet is important. In many baked goods one can substitute applesauce for shortening.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Taylor Mackenzie Hatfield, March 21, daughter of Jon and Tonya Hatfield; Mikaylah Pearl Nolan, March 1, daughter of Frank and Brandi Nolan.
    Jim and Donna Roberts have purchased Shady Brook Golf Course in Bourbon County. They also own Hawk’s Nest Bed and Breakfast and Judy’s Flowers and Gifts. Shady Brook is a nine-hole public golf course.
    • Kentucky supplied more than 75,000 soldiers to the U.S. Army during World War I.

  • Teater to host May Omega meeting

    The Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Lois Judy on Monday, April 6. Eleven members answered roll call by telling Easter traditions started in childhood and carried on through their families.
    Guest for the evening was Marley Judy, who was visiting with the hostess.
    The social committee gave plans for the group to go to the local play “Romeo and Juliet” in May, with dinner included. Plans will be finalized at the May meeting.

  • Stoners to observe 60th anniversary on April 29

    Buddy and Betty Stoner were married on April 29, 1955 at the home of the minister, the Rev. I.T. Blick in Charlestown, Ind.
    They are the parents of Cheryl Hoskins and Jeffrey Stoner; grandparents of Taylor Hoskins, Naomi Gifford and Kristin Collins; great-grandparents of Brittney and Kelsey Gifford and Jenna, Caleb and Kensley Collins; and great-great-grandparents of Michael Sowder.

  • Bradys to be honored with 50th anniversary reception

    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gayle Brady (the former Phyllis Doyle) will be married 50 years on May 5.
    They will be celebrating with an anniversary reception on Sunday, May 3 from 2-4 p.m. at the Indian Creek Baptist Church’s new fellowship hall on Millersburg-Cynthiana Road.
    The event is given by their family. All friends and relatives are invited. No gifts necessary but cards are welcomed.
    They were married at Headquarters Methodist Church in 1965 by the Rev. Howard Ritchie.

  • Woman’s club holds April luncheon

    The Woman’s Club of Harrison County met Friday, April 10 at Hospice of the Bluegrass for the April luncheon and business meeting.  Cheryl Case, vice president, presided over the event. She welcomed member and guests.
     Anna Foley introduced her guest Jenny Copes and Violet Williams introduced her guest Joyce Clifford. We were pleased to have the ladies join us for our luncheon.  
    Case led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Afterward, musical guest Ben Clifford led everyone in singing My Old Kentucky Home.  

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    No births to announce this week.