May 9, 1963
50 years ago
Mayor Tracy Duncan was chosen to head the Democrat ballot in the fall election at which time he will seek his second term
of office. Mayor Duncan led all precincts in the city and tallied a total of 293 votes. He will have as opposition in the
fall election from the Republican Party, Benjamin L. Stow
John Adams, sophomore at the University of Kentucky and a Cadet of the ROTC unit, has been selected as the most outstanding
student in General Military Science Class during the school year.
The Boy Scouts of Troop 5 provided the program
at the Parent-Teachers Association meeting last week in the high school
Scoutmaster Robert Skidmore was in charge of the troop. He showed
movies and slides of last year’s trip which the troop enjoyed
in the Smoky Mountains.
Rising Sun High School will graduate 43 seniors at their 89th Annual Commencement exercises May 23 at 8 pm. in the high school
auditorium. Baccalaureate service will be held Sunday, May 19 at 8 p.m. in the auditorium.
Robert E. Brown, Farm Bureau Insurance agent from Dearborn and Ohio Counties, graduated recently from the Farm Bureau Senior
Life Insurance School held at the Life Insurance Marketing Institute at Purdue University, Lafayette.
Births: a daughter was born May 1 to Mr. and Mrs. James Wainscott; a baby girl was born May 3 to Mr. and Mrs. James Foutty; a daughter
was born May 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rumsey.
The high school band and dance band have made
appearances in the last week which have displayed their varied talents
public. Some 79 band members and 12 adults traveled to Louisville
Thursday to participate in the Kentucky Derby Parade. The
band was invited to the Derby in recognition of their first place
win in the Carrollton Tobacco Festival last fall. Harris
Rosedale conducted a talent show in Vevay Friday evening and the
dance band placed in the upper class of winners. They will
go to Cincinnati to tape a portion of Mr. Rosedale’s show and will
be seen on WCPO-TV.From Our House
My family and I want to remember my dad,
Lawrence E. VanTyle, this week as he would have been 100 years old May
2. We miss
him but mother joined him in 2008. They were married 68 years in
February 2000 and Dad died shortly after in the same month.
Love from us.
Also this month, May 10 to be exact, our oldest grandson will celebrate his 20th birthday. Josh Uhlmansiek is finishing up
his second year at Franklin College. We wish him happy birthday and want to tell him how proud his family is of him.