|Christmas bazaar Saturday|
|Written by thillman|
|Thursday, November 29, 2012 4:26 PM|
November 29, 1962
50 years ago
Christmas decorations are going up all over town with practically every merchant exhibiting some type of festive decoration. As yet, there have been no street decorations, but the utilities department will soon begin their yearly task of handling Santa’s train and the big red Christmas bells.
High school students saw the second part of a film on Germany in an assembly Nov. 21. Ted Bumiller of Cincinnati, a world traveler, presented a film last year and gave the continuation Wednesday.
Christmas Bazaar is Saturday, Dec. 1 from 2 to 9.m. at Rising Sun High School gymnasium sponsored by Band Boosters. The bazaar features all varieties of homemade cakes, cookies and candies. Also Christmas decorations made to please. In addition, handicraft jewelry, stuffed dolls, doll clothes, fancy needlework, embroidered pillowcases and tea towels. Also available, lovely and practical aprons from the apron tree and a Gift tree especially for the children. A drawing for the “Barbie” doll and Concerts by Junior and Senior Bands will be held. Hot dogs, soft drinks, pie and coffee will be available all afternoon.
Fads: A new fad of high school girls which is becoming quite popular here are long “knee” socks. Another is to have your hair “frosted”. One person with this new style is Phyllis Baker.
Lauretta Borgman is welcomed as a newspaper correspondent from the Allensville community.
The Rising Sun Shiners are holding second place in the Ohio River Valley Conference with a two win, no loss record.
Births: to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woodruff, a son born Nov. 7; to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ray Douglas, a daughter born Nov. 13 and named Monica Rae; to Mr. And Mrs. Roy Titkemeyer, a son, Roger Lynn born Nov. 16; to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stuard, a daughter April Lynn Nov. 24; to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Courtney, a daughter born Nov. 21; to Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Gibson, a son born Nov.22; to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Penick, a daughter born Nov. 24.
November 28, 1957
55 years ago
Owen L. Douglas has accepted the offer of the Rising Sun-Ohio County Consolidated School Board to pay him $19,000 for 11.05 acres of his 307-acre farm.
Birth: to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dugle of Dillsboro, a son, Nov. 26.
Thieves stole $16 from the safe and two chickens from a deep-freezer at Cass Union Consolidated School Wednesday night, Nov. 12.
November 26, 1942
70 years ago
Though not quite completed, Rising Sun’s Memorial Roll of Honor for Ohio County service men and women of World War II has been erected at the City Building.
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