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September 02, 2003

Bardwell and Cunningham Fire Departments hold special gathering to celebrate $117,324 in grants

by Mandy Morris Bardwell Fire Department and Cunningham Fire Department members gathered Tuesday night, August 26, to celebrate grants both departments recently received. The Bardwell Fire Department received a grant of $54,592. The Cunningham Fire Department received a grant of $62,732. Others in attendance at the celebration were Bardwell City Clerk Sue Ann Tolbird, Bardwell City Treasurer Alda Hogancamp, Debbie Kelley, Larry Kelley, David Mast who represented Congressman Ed Whitfield, T.C. Freeman, representing Senator Jim Bunning, Bob Freeman, Lily Morefield, Mandy Morris and Sammy Beck. Cunningham Fire Department Chief Dan Bowles led the prayer before a dinner, prepared by Aaron Storey, was served. Philip King, Bardwell Fire Department Chief, thanked everyone, including the newspapers and Larry Kelley of 96 Classic Country for coming to the event. T.C. Freeman then spoke on behalf of U.S. Senator Jim Bunning, who was unable to attend. Freeman told those in attendance she was pleased when King called Bunning's office. She said she was also glad the Cunningham Fire Department was among the recipients of the grant because she had spent time with them before,adding it was really thrilling to see what the fire department meant to the community it served. Freeman went on to say that because of his schedule, Bunning didn't get to come to Carlisle often, but her presence at the Bardwell Civic Center indicated his interest in the fire departments and the communities they serve. David Mast then spoke on behalf of Congressman Ed Whitfield. Mast said Whitfield was very proud Bardwell and Cunningham Fire Departments received grant money. Mast told the departments to invite Whitfield and his personnel back to see what had been purchased with the grant money, adding if additional money were needed in the future, to let them know. On behalf of the Cunningham area, Bowles thanked everyone for their attendance. The grant was received from the 2003 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, administered by

"We're working together, this is not a one man show"

the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Bardwell Fire Department will purchase a thermal-imaging camera. A thermal-imaging camera allows fire departments the ability to see inside a smokey area. King describes the camera as a gift from God, saying the camera could turn a really disappointing night into a really happy reunion. Chief Bowles said his department will use the grant money to provide new turn-out gear for every Cunningham fire department member. The Cunningham Fire Department recently received a grant from Sam's Club as well.This

Bardwell Fire Department Chief Philip King, T.C. Freeman, David Mast and Cunningham Fire Department Chief Dan Bowles.

grant allows the Sam's Club to give back to the community what they gave to them. The grant is for non-profit groups to use for projects that will affect the areas in which they live. Both departments hope to receive additional grants in the

future to help replace some of their older firetrucks that they are currently using from the Federal Excess Program. Although they have been the departments main stay for several years, they are hard to provide parts for and maintain.

Shear Creations and Snip and Curl to merge

by Mandy Morris Beginning September 3rd, Shear Creations and Snip and Curl, both located in Bardwell, will merge into one location. Shear Creations, owned and operated by Melissa Blackwell and Snip and Curl, owned by Brenda Morris, and operated by Morris and Teresa Owens, will be located in 1 location, where Shear Creations is currently located. Blackwell, who has owned Shear Creations for the past 7 years, says she is looking forward to the merge, adding, she thinks it will be fun. Morris has owned Snip and Curl for the past 7 years. Co-worker Teresa Owens became a beautician in 1966. Morris told the Carlisle Weekly the move came about due to a need for change. Jennifer Underwood, who owned and operated the New U in Arlington for 4 years, will be joining the group beginning October 1. Another addition to Shear Creations is an airbrush tanning service. The airbrush tanning service is ran by Kelly Todd and is by appointment only. Each session is $15.00. Shear Creations will be open Wednesday through Saturday. Underwood will be available Wednesday through Friday beginning October 1. Walk-ins are welcome.

Calendar of Events

September 2

There will be an open planning meeting for the Carlisle County class of 1993 reunion held on September 2nd at 6:00 at Luke's Truck Stop in Arlington. All interested persons are invited to attend. The Arlington City Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at the Arlington City Hall.

September 2-7

The Shady Grove Baptist Church will hold its revival, with services beginning at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Sunday service will be at 11 a.m. and at 6 p.m. Evangelist Bro. Gary Heath and Bro. David Hendon, Pastor, will conduct the services.

September 9

A free fish fry will be held at the Democratic Party Rally to he held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Columbus Belmont State Park Activities building. Come out and feed upon fish and take the opportunity to visit with Ben Chandler and other state-wide Democratic candidates This event is sponsored by the Ballard, Carlisle, Fulton and Hickman County Democrats.

Melissa Blackwell, Jennifer Underwood and daughter Anna, Teresa Owens and Brenda Morris.

26th annual Berkley Fish Fry to be held September 6

by Mandy Morris Berkley Volunteer Fire Department's 26th annual fish fry will be held Saturday, September 6. Various activities such as children's games, yard sales and raffles will be held throughout the day. Beginning at 2:00 p.m., the Firefighter Olympics kicks off. This is an opportunity for area fire departments to compete against one another. Hamburgers and drinks will be available at this time. Wille 94.7 will have a live remote from the fish fry from 3-4 p.m. as well. Beginning at 4 p.m., music will be provided by Carlisle County's own Brandi Gibson, Brotherly Love, other local talent, and a surprise band you will really enjoy. Fish and all its trimmings will be served beginning at 4 p.m. as well. Come out and enjoy the festivities at what has been dubbed Western Kentucky's largest fish fry!

The parents and guardians of Carlisle County Elementary Students are cordially invited to attend Back to School Night at 6:30 p.m. at the Carlisle County Elementary School. A PTA meeting will also be held. Please enter through the glass doors facing the parking lot.

September 11

Woodmen Lodge 38 is conducting a special community ceremony "In Honor and Remembrance" of 9-11-2001. The ceremony will be held at 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Arlington.

September 13

Carlisle County Rescue Squad will be hosting their Second Annual Demolition Derby on September 13th, 2003 at 7:00 PM - Rain Date will be September 20th, 2003 at 7:00 PM. One of largest local cash pay outs!! *100% Pay Back for Heat Races *$1,200.00 Main Event *Huge Trophies Regular Class - Compact Class - 1/2 Ton Truck. For More Info: Contact Russell Ellegood @655-2505 or go to

September 14

The Guhy family reunion will be held at the Columbus Park, Shelter C. Come and enjoy the good food and fellowship with everyone. Hope to see you there! The next meeting of the Ballard/Carlisle Historical and Genealogical Society will be at 2:00 p.m., September 14 in the library at Wickliffe, KY.

September 16

The Carlisle County 4-H Council will meet at 7 p.m. at the Carlisle County Extension Office.

September 29

H.S. SBDM meeting will be at 5:00 p.m. in the H.S. library.

Two bits, Four bits..

Comet cheerleaders and Little Shakers take a much deserved break during the Little Shaker's Camp held Monday, August 25 at the high school. During this camp, the Little Shakers learned sideline cheers and routines from the Varsity Cheerleaders.

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The Carlisle Weekly

September 02, 2003

School News

4-H Corner

A work of heart

Some youth lack structured activites to participate in after the school day is done. Involving youth in community service projects after the school day is complete, provides them with the chance to develop leadership skills and a sense of community involvement. MetLife Foundation funds Youth In Action/Community Service grants to support ongoing community service programs or to stimulate new and creative youth-led community service programs. Grants require youth teams to identify critical issues in their communities, develop activites to address these issues, and educate and involve other young people and adults in community service. Youth are to be actively involved in writing the proposal and implementing the project. Grants range from $500 to $2,000. The deadline for applications in October 1. If you're interested in doing a community service project with your club, why not take a chance and apply for a grant? Call 628-5458 today for details! Delegates will be asked to select an issue which affects their community and will study and discuss that issue in depth during the 4-day conference. They will also develp action plans for addressing that issue when they return home. The fee for the conference is $110.00, but our local 4-H Council will sponsor 1/2 of that amount for each 2 local teens. Applications will be due September 15. Call 628-5458 to request yours today.

Students of the Week

The following students were named Students of the Week for the week of August 25. Mrs. Ashley Martin's class-Nicholas Smith; Mrs. Nickie Roberts class-Austin Sera; Mrs. Theresa Rutherford's class-Ethan Weatherspoon; Mrs. Debbie Wildharber's class-Shawna Pace; Mrs. Rhonda King's class-Savannah Endsley; Mrs. Johnna Martin's class-Austin Bone; Mrs. Sherri Hall's class-Dezy Blythe; Mrs. Janie Hoskins' class-Kimberly Fortner; Mrs. Cathy Johnson's class-Jamie Garrett; Mrs. Cathy Barks' class-Alex Toon; Mrs. Christy Elder's class-Jessica Ray; Mrs. Lynn Hambrick's class-Tyler Dodson; Mrs. Lorelei Rushing's class-Amber Randall; Mrs. Katy Eddleman's class-Brandi Vickers; Mrs. Jackie Bray's classPhillip Hazelwood; Mrs. Terica Redfern's class-Erika Fisher and Mrs. Karen Wilson's class-Grace Garnett. Congratulations students!

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Be a problem solver..instead of a problem when you attend Issues 2003. This annual conference for high school sophomores and juniors is scheduled for November 2025 at the Kentucky Leadership Center near Jabez.

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4-H Corner information is provided by Peggy Rexroat

Parents needed to serve on committees

by Kellie Eding High School Principal The Carlisle County High School Site-Based Decision Making Council would like to invite parents and/or community members to help us run our school more efficiently by serving on one of our three standing committees. The committees listed below have been established by the SBDM and have been given the following responsibilities: Academic Performance Committee: ·Assure that the curriculum is aligned with Kentucky standards documents. ·Meet at least annually with elementary and middle school councils. ·Provide a process to ensure that core content is being taught. ·Assure that the student handbook and the high school website are vital information tools for students and parents. ·Suggest professional development topics that meet priority needs as specified in the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP). ·Carry out other duties as assigned by the council. Learning Environment ·Develop and provide opportunities for family and community support. ·Review Crisis Management Plan and student handbook to make certain that policies and procedures ensure a safe, positive environment. ·Review needs assessment to ensure that professional development is focused on identified needs. ·Develop and implement a process of evaluation for professional develop making certain that professional development impacts instruction. ·Develop a plan for professional growth that is tied to individual needs and the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan. ·Carry out other duties as assigned by the council. Efficiency ·Develop and monitor implementation of the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan. ·Establish guidelines for component managers or designees to report progress of Comprehensive School Improvement Plan to SBDM Council. ·Review yearly efficiency of school programs and resources (i.e. time, budget, instructional materials, ESS, GT, etc.). ·Develop and implement an administrative evaluation process. ·Write/review/revise vision, mission, and belief statements yearly. ·Carry out other duties as assigned by the council. Each committee will have at least two teachers, two parents/community members, and one student. If you are interested in serving as a committee member, please call Kelli Edging, Principal at 628-3800; or you may contact any SBDM member-Jay Simmons, Sherylann Todd, Cheryl Slaughter, Carole Burpo, or Melanie Kelley. Parents, your input is needed and valued; therefore, any help would be greatly appreciated.

Faculty Spotlight

Debbie Wildharber named 1st grade teacher at CCES

by Mandy Morris Debbie Wildharber is among the new faculty and staff in the Carlisle County School System. She is employed as a first grade teacher at Carlisle County Elementary. Wildharber, currently residing in Ballard County, is a graduate of Lone Oak High School, Paducah Community College, where she obtained her Associate's Degree; West Kentucky Vocational Technical College where she obtained her LPN licenses; and Murray State University, where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree. Before coming to the Carlisle County School System, Wildharber served as a substitute teacher. Her goals as a first grade teacher are to have a wonderful teaching experience that benefits both her and her students.

Debbie Wildharber

Carlisle Weekly

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Wildharber and her husband of nearly 10 years are the proud parents of 3 wonderful children.

Wildharber added, "I am thrilled to be able to do what I love doing, teaching kids."


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Brittney McCord joins Carlisle County Middle School staff

McCord serves as the middle school English teacher and History teacher, Girls' golf coach, Girls' basketball coach, and a yearbook sponsor. Before coming to CCMS, McCord served as a substitute teacher in the Graves County and Mayfield School Systems for 3 years while pursuing her degree in Middle School Education in the areas of English/Communications and History at Murray State University. She also worked with a school age program at a daycare for 5 years. A 1996 graduate of Graves County High School and a 2002 graduate of Murray State University, McCord says her goals as an english and history teacher are to instill her love of reading into her students. If she can't get them to love reading, she at least wants her students to develop an appreciation for it. McCord and her husband reside in Mayfield with children Kane, 6, and Kyndal, 18-months. McCord said, "I am very dedicated to the education of our youth, and I take my role as a teacher seriously. I plant to be the best teacher possible for my students. I am so excited to be working in this wonderful community. In the past year, I have met many wonderful people who have been nothing but kind, generous and helpful to me. I have felt extremely welcomed by the students, parents, faculty and staff here. I truly appreciate it."

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Wednesday, September 3

Chicken Littles Biscuits Mashed Potatoes Corn Fruit Milk

September 3-10 Friday, September 5

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Tuesday, September 9

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Monday, September 8

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Wednesday, September 10

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September 02, 2003

The Carlisle Weekly

Page Three

Scenes from around the county

Little Shaker Camp

A league of their own-Areas churches gather at the Carlisle County Ball Park on Tuesday's and Thursday's to play softball against one another.

Friday Nights Are Great At


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4-H Trap coach Bill Burgess smiles proudly as he poses with a group of Carlisle County 4-H Shooting Sports Club members following the Bullitt County 4-H Shoot. Back row - left to right - Ty Owens, Will Burgess, and Caleb Rohrer - Front row - left to right - Dylan Tankersley and Tyler Viniard.

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The Carlisle Weekly

September 02, 2003

Community News

Local student nominated for People to People Student Ambassador Program

Arlington News

On August 19, a birthday supper was held at the home of Dan and Marilyn Hicks. Those in attendance were Ray and Juanita and P.J. Jones, Charva Walker, Todd and Tiffany Hicks, Amanda and Dylan Hicks, Mike, Tina, Katie and Carol Massey, Mitch Massey, Carolyn Hickerson and Marilyn Hicks. Juanita, Carolyn and Carol were celebrating their birthdays. the U.S. Flag. Larry Kelley of 96 Classic Country will announce more information for the event. The community is welcome to attend the service. Following the reading of the minutes and treasury report, a decision was made to continue entering the two-year scrapbook of activities in the competition at the Jurisdictional Convention that will be held at the Executive Inn in 2005. James Presson then read upcoming events that was available for lodge members to participate in. One event members expressed interest in was the Woodmen Habitat for Humanity building of a home in Tennessee, the first of September. The meeting adjourned with a reminder to remember Sue Adams who had recently been in the hospital. The next meeting of Woodmen Lodge 38 will be held September 18, with a fish fry at the Joy Center in Arlington.

Support our Anniversary veterans

The Ladies Auxiliary of Foreign Wars Post 5409 in Bardwell, held a sewing workshop at the VFW Post 5409 building on Thursday, August 28. The purpose of the workshop was to make lap blankets for the veterans at Countryside Nursing Home in Bardwell and the Veterans Administration Nursing Home in Marion, Illinois. The workshop was coordinated by auxiliary members Lois Elliott, Nancy Jenkins, Minnie Ward, Mary Terry and Kathy Delong. The ladies completed 20 blankets. A lap blanket will be provided to each veteran at Countryside Nursing Home. Any extra blankets will be given to the veterans at the VA Nursing Home in Marion. The blankets for Countryside will be presented at the November birthday party to be held on Veterans Day, November 11. The VFW Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank the many unnamed individuals who contributed material for this worthwhile project.

Woodmen of the World holds regular meeting

DeAnna Pearson, an 8th grader at Carlisle County Middle School, was recently nominated for the People to People-Student Ambassador Program. Pearson, the daughter of Bruce and Amy Deweese, was nominated by teacher Casey Henderson. Pearson and her family will travel to Hopkinsville September 24 to find out more information. She has the opportunity of traveling this coming summer in the United Kingdom and Ireland for 20 days. Teacher Casey Henderson said, "I am very excited to see one of our students at Carlisle receive such a great nomination. This will be a wonderful opportunity for DeAnna to expand her knowledge on a global scale, while developing lasting friendships with individuals from much different cultures. I am proud of her and feel she will make an excellent representative of our fine community."

I would like to thank everyone for their calls, visits, cards and prayers during my stay in the hospital and since returning home.

Debbie Morris

The Woodmen Lodge 38 held their regular monthly meeting on August 21. Of the highlights for the lodge was participating in the Carlisle County Fair Parade. Thirteen members rode in the parade atop their red, white and blue float, passing out hand-held and desktop size U.S. flags. Lelia Wade, Dorothy Elliott and Ellen Dodson expressed their appreciation on behalf of the lodge to Bill Wade for providing the equipment needed for the float. The "In Honor and Remembrance of September 11, 2001," committee, recommended displaying their spirit of patriotism and community service by having a patriotic service on September 11, 2003, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Arlington First Baptist Church. A victim of the 9/11 terrorist attack will be honored. The ceremony also includes a rededication of the flag pole and the presentation of

Mr. Ray T. Jones and Juanita Quillen before their 1938 wedding.

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Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Jones celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on August 27, 2003 with a family dinner. Mr. Jones and the former Juanita Quillen were married August 27, 1938 in Fulton, Kentucky with Squire McDade officiating. Their attendants were Edwin and Opal Jones. Mr. Jones in the son of the late Thomas Jefferson Jones Jr., and the late Pearl Holder Jones. Mrs. Jones in the daughter of the late Bill and Nell Woods Quillen. They are the parents of three children, Carolyn Hickerson, Marilyn Hicks and Phillip (P.J.) Jones, all of Hickman County. They have four grandsons, four step-grandchildren, three greatgrandchildren, and ten step-great grandchildren. Mr. Jones is a retired farmer and Mrs. Jones is a retired nurses' aide. They reside at 483 Jones Road in Clinton.

Will Burgess - all dressed up and no place to go actually he is prepared to shoot trap at the Bullitt County 4-H Shoot on August 23

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A big "thank you" to all my friends and family for their cards, calls, flowers, visits and prayers during my recent hospital stay and since returning home. I really appreciate you thinking of me.

Area Deaths

Margie Mae Adams

Services for Margie Mae Adams, 71, of Bardwell were at 1:00 p.m. Saturday at Milner & Orr Funeral Home of Bardwell. The Rev. Ray Provow officiated. Burial was in Cunningham Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Adams died at 7:04 p.m. Thursday at her home. She is survived by three daughters, Brendia Garrison of Evansville, IN, Patricia Estes of Barlow, and Nancy Tharp of Paducah; two sons, Junior Adams of Bardwell and William Adams of Hickory; one sister, Mageline Caughlins of Cunningham; 14 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Adams was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer Adams; one son, Edward Adams; one sister; and one brother. Her parents were Ivey Harper and Charity Edging Harper.

David Webb

Soccer is becoming one of the top sports in the United States. Many of Carlisle County children, who enjoy playing this fast action sport have to travel to neighboring counties to participate. If you and your child are interested in starting soccer in Carlisle County, please fill out the form below and mail it to: Laurie Bone 1528 CR 1032 Bardwell, KY 42023 Phone: (270) 642-2260 evening (270) 694-6121 daytime Or you may call the numbers listed above. Parent/Guardian Name: Child's Name: Last: First: Circle One: M or F Birthdate : Address: Phone Number: Has child played soccer before? I am willing to train to be a coach or referee:

Sandra High

Graveside services for Sandra High, 63, of Bardwell were at 11 a.m. Monday at Roselawn Cemetery. Marita Burkeen officiated. Ms. High died at 4:54 p.m. Saturday at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Union City, Tennessee. She was retired from Burkharts Manufacturing in Cairo, Ill., and was a member of Bardwell Baptist Church. Surviving are two sisters, Lori Damons of Union City, and Carol Steigall of Bardwell; one brother, Buddy High of Bardwell; and several nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alton High and Leora Johnson High. There was no visitation. Milner & Orr Funeral Home of Bardwell was in charge of the arrangements.

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September 02, 2003

The Carlisle Weekly

Page Five

One room school houses in Carlisle County

Todd, and Ruth Sullivan. On her first day of school, Annette Copeland got a whipping for talking, never going back to school until that following year. The old colored school in Bardwell, built around 1900, was still standing next to St. John's Missionary Baptist Church, near the Stand pipe, on July 25, 2003, when we took a picture. The very next day, the building was razed. Their teacher for many years was Miss Etta James, with an average of about 20 students enrolled. There was a Lee's one-room school house west of town. The teachers at Glass School in

Mississippi School built in 1911. Later the home of James and Inez Hogancamp who bought it in 1963 and moved it to the back of their property.

Lovellette, Christean Cobb Stewart, Lee Roy Teems, Louis Teems, Calvin Burgess, Evelin Burgess, Craig Ford, Jessie Lloyd Teems, Keese Cobb, and Bill Burgess. The Glass School was near Arlington. Laketon School was established about 1886. It was on a hill east of Laketon, with early teachers Xama Cross, Ran Graves, Dan Bodkin, Ernet Fisher, Mrs. Carrie Hogancamp and Miss Beulah Watson. Low Valley School's first teacher was Kit Tember. The school was established in the 1860's or 70's. Some of the students were Dotson,

Colored one-room school. This picture was made July 25, 2003. It was razed the next day.

by Lucille Harp I thought it would be fun to do a research on all the old one-room school houses in Carlisle County. According to a history and memories of Carlisle County by Ran Graves, written in 1958, the first school in the Puntney Bend neighborhood was erected at the foot of Halls Branch, where the G.M. & O crosses that branch today. The school started about 1840 and was destroyed by fire 15 years later. There was Hopper's School House, four miles west of Bardwell on the Richard Hopper land in 1838. The land is now owned by the Dan Bodkin heirs. This is also the school house were Mississippi Baptist Church was organized in the year 1840. The first teacher at Halls Branch school was Mr. James, known locally as Mr. Jeems. The Mississippi School was built in 1911 and stood near the old Beech Grove Church on 1 acre of land purchased from F.M. Hogancamp for $50.00. The Hicks (Bob and Golda) McCoy, Tyler Wilmouth, Todd, Mathis, Rials, Felts, Green, Bodkin, Parker, Campbell, Sullivan, Adams, Allen, Adair and Wilson children went to school here. Marion Hogancamp gave me the list, including most of their first names which I omitted in order to make my column shorter. In 1963, after living in the Old Mississippi School house, it was purchased for $500.00 by James and Ine Hogancamp, and moved to their new home, where it remains today. James had planned to remove the old building to Bardwell to be placed near the Railroad Depot, had the city found reason to keep it. What a loss that was. The Campbell one room school on a plot, about 2 miles west of Bardwell, was converted into a home where Hollis and Anna Terry on Hwy. 123 have lived since 1955. Mildred Bishop McGary was a teacher. Mary Beth Terry Bishop, Lynn Teeters, Rachel Bodkin Jennings, Juett C. Hogancamp, Kathleen Holder Moyers, James Albert Webb, Katie Lee Davis Terry, Athlea Deweese, Bud St. Arbor, Ethel M. Terry Sims, Felix Davis, Marjorie Ashworth Shelton, Henry Lang, Mable Webb, Watson Brewer, Katherine Long, Charles Courtney, June Davis, Denver Lang and Sue St. Arbor were all enrolled, as well as Tom, Harvey, Sylvia Jewell and Mary Campbell, Pauline and Claria Richardson and Elsey Hicks. Chestnut Ridge School was named for the many chestnut trees surrounding it. The teachers were Fanny McCoy, (Rachel Jennings Johson's first grade teacher) Golda Mathis and Edna Randol. The school was west of Bardwell.

Some of the students attending Chestnut Ridge were Gorham, Terr, Bishop, Jennings and Ran Graves. The school house, now stands on the property of Donald Bishop and is being used for a storage barn. Donald told Rachel Johnson an old blackboard is still in the building with her mother, Cecil Jennings name on it. Rachel and Dorothy Jennings walked 3 miles through fields, climbing gates and fences to the school. She said those were the good old days. The Wright School, about 2 1/2 miles north west of Bardwell, was established about 1902. Teachers at the school were Noah J. Parsons, Mae Glissen, Ruth Weatherford, Mona Lee Ham, Bobbie Copeland, Bonnie Morgan, Evelyn Watwood and Katherine Webb. Some of the students attending the school were Ed Todd, Bud Dowdy, Cecil, Dent, Della and Annis Shepherd, Glyn Copeland, Joe Hogancamp, James Owens, Billy Bourke Davis, Hugh Dowdy, Elmo Todd, Dennis Hogancamp, Billy Webb, Elwanda and Juanita Ford, Sue Bodkin, Reba Bodkin, Elsie Hogancamp, Mary M. Hogancamp, Annette Copeland, Patsy Todd, Helen J. Hayes, Bobby Sullivan, Helen and Morris Hogancamp, Ronald Owens, Ralph Sullivan, Earl Copeland, Junior Hogancamp, and Marvin Davis. Other students were Eb and Alf Copeland, Marion Copeland, Annie Ray, Will and Willie H.

The first school house in Bardwell. It later became John G. Coil and family's home.

1936-1937 were Esther Dinson, Era Byassee and Mary King Glass. Students were Thomason Doublin, Etta Mae Burgess Rose, Edith Ford Denton, Mable Wilber, Mary Lou Cobb Carter, Laura Mae Wilbur, Ruenalda Burgess Wilson, Alvena Burgess Tharp, Lou Eva Thomason

Bone, Jones McGee, Wilson Holeman and the Burrow children near Cunningham. The came the public schools; Old Mayfield Creek, Gupton, Donelson and Wilson. The first school in Milburn was built in 1844, just north of Milburn called Hayes

School. Black School was located across the road, now on Hwy. 62, from the Lena and Buster Kirby Farm. The school year was seven months and was out the last of January. Teacher's salaries were about $66.00 a month. Some of the early teachers were Annie Steinbeck, May Glissen and Katherine Kelly Webb. Some of the children attending were Templeton, Bobbett, Polivick, Fisher, Halterman, Harrison, Black, Young, Adams and Munsell families. Providence School was the first in Bardwell, located south of town, on the corner of Old Bardwell Cemetery. The people became unhappy with the location, so in 1888, they procured their own school district and built the school on the west side, the last house on the right on Hwy. 123, which later

became the home of John G. Coil and family. At this time the house is vacant. Some of the students attending Old Mayfield Creek School were Jerri Gray Terry and her family members, the Gill children, children of Elmer and Daisy Sams, and others. The Holder School, across the road from Antioch Baptist Church, is where Coletta Murray taught grades 1-8 for a salary of $359.00 a year. She taught some of the following children; Wilbur Tackett, Jimmy Yates, Marvin High, Neville Dowdy and Pearl Reeves Burnett.

Catch part 2 of one-room school houses in Carlisle County in next week's edition of the Carlisle Weekly

We wish to express our sincere thanks for the kindness and concern shown during the loss of our loved one, Malcolm Stermon. For all the prayers, flowers, food and visits to the funeral home, we would like to say thanks. We would also like to say thanks for the beautiful music and the minister's comforting words. God bless you all,

Happy Birthday Eva Rowland Hogancamp

As her family proudly gathers to celebrate Eva's 90th birthday on September 11, they invite you to remember her with a card, and call, and your thoughts and prayers. Her children, Jim, Thelma, Jean , Joyce, Phil and Diana

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Marriage Conference

Bardwell Baptist Church

October 3-4, 2003 with Dr. Hershael & Tonya York

From The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Friday, October 3 at 6:00 p.m.

Banquet with Music provided by Jacob's Well

7:00 p.m. : Conference Sessions 1 and 2

Nursery will be provided

Saturday, October 4 at 8:30 a.m. 9:00 ­11:00 a.m. :

Conference Sessions 3 and 4

The cost of the Conference is $45.00 per Couple A registration fee of $15.00 is due by September 15 After the 15th the cost will be $60.00 per Couple No registrations will be taken after September 29th.

Please call the church office at 628-3645 for your reservations Marriage Conference Bardwell Baptist Church October 3-4, 2003 Please register us for the Marriage Conference. Names_________________ Deposit $15.00 Address______________City_____________ Registration $ 30.00 State__ Zip Code_____ Phone ______________ Total Paid $______ Please send your check and registration form to: Bardwell Baptist Church P. O. Box 147 · Bardwell, KY 42023

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News from around the county

District Court Report

The following cases were heard in front of Judge Keith Myers on Wednesday, August 27. CRAIG ALLEN TOLLE, 1) Assault 4th degree minor injury; Not guilty plea entered, pre-trial conference set for September 17. ROGER DALE ROBERTS, 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol; Guilty plea entered, 60 days license suspension; total fines and costs $610.50. ROBERT EDWARD GODFREY, 1) Speeding 15 mph over limit, 2) Failure to produce insurance card, 3) Failure to register transfer; Waiver mailed on August 14; 1) Waiver, $140.50 paid in full, 2) Dismissed, proof shown, 3) Dismissed, proof shown. JEREMY L. YOUNG, 1) Driving, DUI on suspended license-2nd; Motion by commonwealth to amend to operating on suspended licenses, guilty plea entered, 90 days jail, total fines and costs $110.50. STEPHEN RAY LEMONS, 1) Possession of Marijuana, 2) Use/Possession of drug paraphernalia; Reset Pre-trial conference for September 24. CURTISTINE WILSON, 1) Disorderly conduct; dismiss without prejudice, waiver signed, total fines and costs $130.50. LEONARD BARENDREGT, 1) Assault 4th degree; Not guilty plea entered, pre-trial conference set for September 17; total fines and costs $130.50. MICHAEL MORGAN, 1) Theft by Deception, Guilty plea entered, total fines and costs $264.50, review set for September 17. CYNTHIA MAE FERGUSON, 1) Theft by Deception, Guilty plea entered, total fines and costs $206.53. GREG OGUINN, 1) Theft by Deception, Not guilty plea entered, pre-trial conference set for September 17. Total fines and costs $458.75. STEPHANIE LYNNE STINSON, 1) Assault 4th degree, minor injury; guilty plea entered, total fines and costs $390.50. DANIEL F. LEHMAN, 1) Assault 4th degree, minor injury; guilty plea entered, total fines and costs $390.50. JADA DIANNE BURGESS, 1) Speeding 16 mph over limit, Dismissed, diversion period completed. KENNETH DEREK LEMONS, 1) Speeding 15 mph over limit; 2) No Insurance; 3) No KY Reg Plates; 4) No/Exp Reg. Receipt; Dismissed, diversion period completed. AMANDA KAY TERRY, 1) Speeding 15 mph over limit, Dismissed, diversion period completed. JAMES BENNETT THWEATT, 1) Speeding 18 mph over limit, Dismissed, diversion period completed. OSCAR R. BULLARD, 1) No Insurance; Dismissed; Defendant has never appeared on charges, FTA has expired. KEITH A. HASEK, 1) Driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol; 2) No Insurance; Dismissed, Defendant has never appeared on charges, FTA has expired. FREDRICK G. FELDMAN, 1) No Insurance, 2) Operating on suspended licenses; Dismissed, Defendant has never appeared on charges, FTA has expired. FRANK FICKETT, 1) No Insurance; Dismissed, Defendant has never appeared on charges, FTA has expired. JAMES COBLE, 1) No Insurance, 2) No Operator's License; Dismissed, Defendant has never appeared on charges, FTA has expired. CHARLES LARRY WINTERS, 1) Possession of Marijuana; 2) Convicted felonpossession of firearm; 1) Probable cause found, bound for grand jury, set for September 18; bond set $5,000.00, modified from $20,000.00. CHARLES LARRY WINTERS, 1) Fugitive/Governor's Warrant; waiver of expedition signed. DANIEL JUDSON CLEMONS, 1) PD to waive time limit and set preliminary hearing for September 17. CASSANDRA JULIA HALL, 1) Theft by Deception; Guilty plea entered, review set for September 17; total fines and costs $193.50. DAVID JAMES PORTER, 1) Flagrant non-support; Not guilt plea entered, pre-trial hearing set for September 3 at 11 a.m.

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News items and ads must be submitted by 2:00 on Friday. No exceptions unless other arrangements have been made.

Ty Owens waits his turn at the Bullitt County 4-H Shoot on August 23 in Mt. Washington, KY

Adams family reunion held

The descendants of Jefferson Adams held their 69th consecutive family reunion on August 17,2003 at the Cunningham Community Center. Family members came from Michigan, Texas, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee making this an event that brings family together from all over the country. A good time was had by all as we reminisced, talked to those not seen since last year and viewed the many family albums put together by Lucille Adams Teeters. These albums are a one-ofa-kind source for family history and photos and everyone enjoys looking at them. Before the invocation and a delicious potluck dinner, family members were given a short quiz about the patriarch and his descendants. Willie Adams Case Byassee was honored as being the only living grandchild of Jefferson Adams present. Willie's parents were Jesse Morgan and Laura Heard Adams. Following the meal, Lucille Adams Teeters awarded gifts to the oldest present, Willie Adams Case Byassee, 90 years of age; and to Kennedy Shelbourne who at 15 months was the youngest present. Kennedy is the daughter of Clay & Greta Shelbourne, granddaughter of Wayne and the late Sallye Shelbourne, and Ronny & Beth Buchanan. A further treat was in store for Willie as the "Party Time Trio" (June Case Faulkner, Paul Case and Betty Adams Colyer) sang a song to her. Originally planned for Willie's birthday last October and missed, they made up for it this day. Many thanks to those who helped put this occasion together, especially Paul & Mildred Buchanan, and also to the many who helped prepare and serve the delicious food. Those present who signed the guest register were: Gene and Marie Adams, Lucille Teeters, Donald, Ladonda, Donald Jr., Alan & Jesse Morgan Adams, Zane & Phyllis Teeters, Martha & Franklin Bellamy, Wayne Shelbourne, Lynn & Mary Ann Adams, Julie Janko & Ben Johnson, Deborah, Jeffery and Joseph Janko, Betty Colyer & Hugh Adams, Zane Jr., Dawn and Lindsay Teeters, Paul & Mildred Buchanan, Betty Shelbourne, Larry Adams, Vickie Buchanan, David & Shirley Boswell, Jonathan Janko, Jesse, Jessica, Vickie & Stanley Adams, Tim Adams, Marsha & Julian Hamlet, Austin, Katlyn, Alex & Kailey, Ray & Linda Fay Clark, Rebecca Cooper, Hugh Wilkerson, Michael P. Adams, Barry, Carol, Corey & Brenna Adams, Iva Nel Miller, Willie Adams Case Byassee, Allen & Rhonda Smith and 3 boys, John, Tina, Johnna & Russel Wade, Kenneth Adams, Clay, Greta, Brentney & Kennedy Shelbourne, Tom & Jo Polivick, Jonda & Rodney Adams, Preston & June Faulkner, William & Angie Gilbert, Julie & Joey Adams, Jeremy Shelbourne & Beth Brooks, Joe & Joyce Adams, Kent Underwood, Chris Buchanan, Paul Case, Chrissy & Zachary Baker, Linda Wilde, Donna & Andy Gibson, Penny, Eyrn & Ashland Gerst and Amber Mayfield.

September Birthdays

September 1

Blaine Michelle Puckett (16) Lori Johnson · Mitzi Guhy John L. Beardsley · Mitchell Rowland Hickerson · Geannie Grogan Warren Slayden · Cody Hill Bill Steinbeck · Mignon (Sanders) Ernst

September 16

Nickie Roberts · Sandy Taulbee · Jo Ann Abanatha

September 2

Sammy G. Dodson · Brian Hobbs · Phyllis Wilson

September 17

Joe Scott · Donna Draper Kathy C. Larkins

September 3

Whitney Carrico

September 4

Chandra Henderson · Lisa Lynn · Joey Morgan · Tony Booker · Amy Yancey Amanda Gourley

September 18

Jean Hutchinson · Alex Prince Kristie Broadbent

September 19

Dakota Walters · Lori Wilson David Edrington · Don Carver

September 5

Jessica Guhy · Charity Yates Emily Solomon · Gene Holt Cynthia Hoskins · Jacob Deweese · Michelle Garrett Bessiertta Byassee · Karla Hayden

September 20

Phyllis Smith · Sonya Rambo Boyd Stacy · Ty Carrico Brenda K. Martin · June Hinkle

September 21

Terry Morris · Heather Case Teresa Norment · James Ray Ligon

September 6

Tyler Wildharber · Linda Embry

September 22

Coty Hoskins · Marceline Reno

September 7

Phyllis Teeters · Scott Guhy Greg Terry · Betty Scott Steve Crice · Ashley Myers

September 23

Tammie Jo Edwards David Rambo · Zac Rambo Gloria Choate · Joshua Carter Marilyn McChristian George Fisher

September 8

Jeanie Myers · Dana Scott Mitch Massey · Charles Hutchinson · Lyndall R. Furlong · Kirstin Carter · Lorrie Meyer

September 24

Jenny Wilson · Ladonna Owens · Karen Thomason Jill Boyd · Todd Embry

September 9

Dr. Randel Gibson

September 10

Susan Smith · Carol Vinyard Melanie Burgess · Jordan Choate · Ashlyn Gibson Kim Bates

September 25

James H. Jones · Lynn Hambrick · Raymond King · Darren Grogan · Kevin Hoskins

September 11

Shannon Sams · Lorry Beth Wilson · Eva Hogancamp

September 26

Kevin Headrick · Mark Cope Phillip Dowdy

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Amanda Cannon · Dakota Lane Sams · Matthew Kane Sams · Barry Oliver · Kelsey Bowman

September 27

Theresa Solomon · Penny Bowman · Gary Yates Kathy Gibson

September 28

Timothy Adams · Tanner Guhy Charlen McPherson · Roger Ferguson

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Entertainers from Carlisle County featured at Wickliffe Harvest Festival Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

Well, school has started back, Labor Day has passed, and the temperature's cooler, and that means Fall is on its way! And that means it's time for the Fall Festivals in River Country! This week, two of our favorite events take place: the Berkeley Fish Fry in Carlisle County on Saturday, and the Harvest Festival, in Wickliffe, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday! Carlisle County will be well represented at this year's Wickliffe Harvest Festival Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Beginning on Thursday night at 96 Classic Country's COLGATE COUNTRY SHOWDOWN, Carlisle's "Nashville Star" Brandi Gibson will host the show and entertain the crowd! Along with Brandi, will be Carlisle's own Wolfman Bob Crider and his Wolf Pack, backing Brandi and also playing a lot of their own songs! Carlisle County's Larry Kelley, of 96 Classic Country, one of the Festival sponsors, said "We are lucky to have such great talents such as Brandi and Bob and his band, in our area, and we're proud to have them at the Harvest Festival!" More than 24 young country entertainers had already signed up for The Showdown, as of August 27, and Classic Country expects several more. These 24+ contestants will come in from seven different states to compete, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio! The winner of the local competition will advance to the State finals in Louisville, Sept. 20, and then on to the nationals later this year. The grand prize is $100,000 and a recording contract! Brandi Gibson appeared in the Showdown the first 2 years, and then won Classic Country's Nashville Star competition in Dec. 2002 and went on to the final four on the USA Network!! Recently, Brandi's music has been featured regularly on "Classic 96" and she's also entertained the home folks several times recently, including at the Carlisle Relay for Life in June, opening for Montgomery Gentry at Murray during Freedom Fest in July, and opening for John Anderson during Paducah's Summer Festival. Brandi has been playing frequently with Wolfman and the Pack! Brandi and Bob and the boys played at the St. Charles Picnic in July, and again, at the Fancy Farm Picnic in August. Both Brandi and Bob have lots of fans all across River Country, and in 2002, Bob Crider was 96 Classic Country's Inductee into the River Country Hall of Fame at ceremonies held at Trails End in November. The Harvest Festival continues throughout the weekend, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the Variety Show and Shane Jones as "Elvis" on Friday night. On Saturday, it's the big Harvest Festival Parade, at 9:00 AM Saturday morning, the Little Mr. And Miss Contest at 10, Political Speaking hosted by our State Representative Charles Geveden at Noon, a gospel sing in the afternoon at 1:30. Saturday night, it's the Mid South Fair Talent Show, the winners advancing to the Mid South Fair at Memphis later this fall. Saturday evening will be capped off with Carlisle County's own "FX Sound and Light" Philip King and John Steinbeck's Traveling Road Show featuring all the best music for dancing and listening. Larry Kelley said, "We hope that the teens and "20 somethings" will come out on Saturday night for FX Sound and Light. All the other entertainment tends to be for us older folks, but Saturday night is just for the youth!" The Harvest Festival is held each year, the weekend after Labor Day, in the Wickliffe City Park. The Wickliffe Masonic Lodge, the City of Wickliffe and WGKY - 96 Classic Country, along with many individuals, are sponsoring and working hard on the festival this year. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Thursday night Sept. 4th: ·Colgate Country Showdown starting at 7 PM, sponsored by 96 Classic Country. Over 24 contestants competing for the right to advance to the State Finals in Louisville later in September, and then on to the Nationals and $100,000 prize money, plus an appearance on the Grand Ol Opry and a recording contract! ·Brandi Gibson will MC and host this event, and will also sing some of her songs. The Showdown promises to be a highlight of the festival, again this year, as it has been for the past two years! ·Sound by Trinity Studios and Sound with Carlisle County's own Charlie Toon, and Robin Phelps! ·The Judges for the Showdown will be Bob Crider, Robin Phelps, and Peggy Meriedith ·Brandi and Wolfman and the Pack will entertain both during and after the Showdown! Friday night Sept. 5th: ·Starting at 6 PM, we will announce the Grand Marshall for the Harvest Festival parade. ·Starting at 7:00 PM will be the Variety Show. We will also have a salute to our men and women that serve our great country in the armed forces. Mrs. Anita Howell is coordinating this event. Our theme this year is Entertainment 2003, and the Variety Show will feature great patriotic music as we salute America! ·Following the variety show, Shane Jones will be performing, doing "Elvis" as only Shane does it! Saturday Sept. 6th: ·The Harvest Festival parade will begin at 9 AM. Contact Bill Cole, at 270-335-3540, or Julie Thomas, at 334- 3201, to find out more info about the parade or to enter the parade. Or, just "show up" early Saturday morning! The parade will be forming in downtown Wickliffe, and marching to the Park. The fantastic Marching Bombers from Ballard Memorial will again lead the parade! ·Following the parade will be the Little Mr. and Miss Harvest Festival contest at 10 AM. Susan Overby is the chairperson. She can be contacted at Bell Monument, in Wickliffe, 270-335-3503. ·Following the Little Mr. and Miss contest will be the political speaking at 12 Noon. ·Following the Political speaking will be the Gospel Singing at 1:30 PM. If you wish to sing contact Jackie Powell at 270-335-3525. Many of our best local singers and groups will be singing, including many with Carlisle County ties and roots. ·As of August 27, the following groups and singers had signed up for the Gospel Singing: ·First Christian Church of LaCenter Bellringers, Family Connection, Marilyn Harrell, Jean Glisson, Jeff and Vickie Viniard, Gospel Tones, Joe Edwards, Renee Doublin, Dennis Baker, Dusty and Wade DeBaun, Chuck Burton, Adrien Beasley, Dylan Nichols, Guy Johnston, and The Bethlehem Baptist Church (Ballard County) Group. ·The Mid-South Fair sanctioned Youth Talent Show will start at 6 PM Sat. night. There will be a Junior and Senior division. Peggy Meriedith and Cathy Terrell are coordinating this event. ·Closing out the night, and the festival, will be "FX Sound and Lights!" Philip King and John Steinbeck will perform at the conclusion of the talent show. The Harvest Festival Committee wanted to feature some music just for the younger set, so Philip and John have been invited to play dance music for the young (and young at heart!) ·The Wickliffe Masonic Lodge will be selling raffle tickets, through the Wickliffe Merchant's Raffle booth, starting Thursday night, for a chance to win a BBQ shoulder or other great merchandise. We will sell them away all weekend. Friday night, after the variety show, we will have a drawing for the BBQ shoulder. Sat. night, after the talent show, we will give away the grand prize. No purchase is necessary, but you must be present to win. We will draw until we have a winner. As always there will be many other great prizes in the Merchant's Raffle, including a hand-made porch swing! ·All groups and individuals are invited and welcome to set up booths. Game booths for all ages are especially needed. This is a great way for your business or organization to raise money. For information on setting up a booth or for info on the festival contact Wayne Hargrove at 270-335-3594, or Thomas Powell at 335 3525. There will be Bingo, throughout the festival all weekend. ·As of August 27, the following groups and organizations will have booths:Jimmy Crews, baseball game, hayrides, and possible antique tractor pull, Faith Baptist, Flea Market for WBCE Rescue Squad, Food Booth for WBCE Alice Gill, snow cones Julie Tolbert, games Jill Dupoyster, cake walk Anita Howle, booth for Fort Jefferson Memorial Cross and for Wickliffe School Reunion Jim Stern, caramel corn and meat skins Adrian Hargrove, shirts JDSM, Debbie Allen, dunking booth and food booth Allen Smith, games Dave Windfield, new merchandise Kenneth Poloski, "Pop and Granny's" funnel cakes and etc. Bingo! Ladies of the Wickliffe Lodge 96 Classic Country: Drawings for free CD's, etc. Galaxy Cablevision, weather channel! Calvary Christian Youth Fellowship Lots of other activities, all weekend long, including Tractor Pulls, Tractor and Wagon Rides, Baseball, Hayrides, Flea Market, Games, Cake Walks, Vendors and Crafters of all types, and FOOD FOOD FOOD. The lodge will be barbecuing as always, their GREAT BAR - B - Q, and there will be funnel cakes, snow cones, cotton candy, popcorn, and lots more! JDSM will feature the dunking machine, always a crowd favorite, and will also be selling food to benefit the JDSM foundation. HARVEST AMERICANA! The 2003 Wickliffe Harvest Festival, sponsored by the City of Wickliffe, the Wickliffe Masonic Lodge, and 96 Classic Country . . . a tradition dating back to 1954 when the people of Wickliffe first roped off Highway 51 in front of the Courthouse and threw the first "Harvest Festival!" Join us, won't you, for Harvest Festival 2003!

Public Notice

NOTICE OF HEARING The Carlisle County Board of Education will hold a public hearing in the Carlisle County Board of Education meeting room on September 16, 2003, at 6:00 p.m. to hear public comments regarding a proposed general fund tax levy of 33.5 cents. The General fund tax levied in fiscal year 2002-03 was 32.1 cents and produced revenue of $438,360. The proposed General Fund tax rate of 33.5 cents is expected to produce $469,986 for 2003-04. Of this amount, $84,094 is from new and personal property. The compensating tax rate for 2003-04 is 32.3 cents and is expected to produce $453,150. The general areas to which revenue in excess of 2002-03 revenue is to be allocated are as follows: Cost of collections, $1,265; building fund, $242; utilities, $15,000; instruction, $15,119. The General Assembly has required publication of this advertisement and the information contained herein. NOTICE Cunningham Water District has filed an application with the Public Service Commission to increase its rates for water service. The proposed effective date of the change is October 1st 2003. Monthly Rate: Current First 2,000 Gallons $6.00 Next 3,000 gallons 2.20 Over 5,000 Gallons 1.75

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MONTHLY USAGE 2,000 5,000 10,000 20,000 30,000 50,000 75,000 100,000 150,000

The rates contained ;in this notice are the rates -proposed by the Cunningham Water District. However, T he Public Service Commission may order rates to be charged that &.re higher or lower than the rates proposed in this notice. Any corporation, association, body politic, or person may request leave to intervene, by motion within thirty (30) days after notice of the proposed rate change is given. A motion to intervene shall be in writing, shall be submitted to the Executive Director, Public Service Commission, Post Office Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602, and shall set forth the grounds for the motion, including the status and interest of the party movant. Copies of the Application may be obtained at no charge from 'the District office at 10 State Route 1820 in Cunningham, KY 42035. Upon request from an intervenor, the District shall furnish to the intervenor a copy of the application and supporting documents. Cunningham Water District


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Jakes Youth Day

West Bardwell Hunting Club Saturday September 6th 08:30am - 12:30 pm The river Counties Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is sponsoring it's annual Jakes Youth Day. Activities will included skeet shooting, archery, fishing, air rifles and safety. Lunch will be provided and door prizes will be given away to the youth. For more Information or Questions, contact: Keith Crider @ 694-9102 or Mike Massey @ 655-2441

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(270) 444-7755


NEW LISTING-ARLINGTON- EXTREMELY NICE 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, MODULAR HOME ON BRICK FOUNDATION. NICE DECK ALL LESS THAN 3 YEARS OLD. ON LARGE LOT. IN THE $60'S NEW LISTING- 3 BED, 2 BATH LOG MODULAR WITH PERMANENT FOUNDATION. 42 ACRES WITH 11 ACRE WATERSHED LAKE. HORSE BARN. BEAUTIFUL LAND, CROSSED FENCED FOR HORSES AND OTHER BUILDING SITES. OWNERS MAY CONSIDER DIVIDING. 1536 HWY. 62 - 3 BR, 2B, very nice, completely remodeled. Large rooms, fireplace, 2315 sq. ft., inground pool, deck, 1 acre lot, 2 car garage, workshop. 160 CR 1018 - Shows great 4BR, 3B, 2233 living space, 1073 unfinished basement, pool, deck, private fence, 1700 sq. ft. metal barn w/concrete floor, fenced for horses with electric fence, 4.80 acres. Can't build at this price. 219 CHEATHAM STREET - Wonderful home for the $50's, all neutral colors, 2BR, 2 car detached carport, large lot, great for newlyweds or single person. Reduced Bring us an offer 77 ACRES - 4BR, 2-1/2B modular home with above ground pool, fenced for horses, new barn w/6 stalls, lots of road frontage, 2 acre lake, timber and lots of hunting. HICKMAN COUNTY ACROSS FROM HICKMAN COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB ON 51. LARGE HOME, 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, SCREENED PORCH. GREAT FLOOR PLAN. LOTS OF DECKS, 1 CAR WORKSHOP OR GARAGE AND 3 CAR CARPORT ATTACHED. 1.4 ACRE LOT. CALL FOR APPT. BALLARD COUNTY 455 CUMBERLAND STREET - WICKLIFFE - HISTORICAL HOME, RESTORATION PROCESS. ORIGINAL WOODWORK, LARGE ROOMS, BEAUTIFUL STAIRCASE, BALCONY, BEAUTIFUL MANTLES 3 FIREPLACES, LOADS OF POTENTIAL, PRICED IN THE $50'S #16401 4135 KINGSWAY - VERY NICE RANCH ROME IN REATH AREA. 3 BEDROOM, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE. FENCED BACK YARD. PRICEDIN THE $70'S #14360

Mobile Home for Sale Oakland Fleetwood, 1993, 16x80, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, appliances, some furniture, front and back decks, around St. Charles / Thomasville area. Can move or School bus drivers and bus moni- stay on rented lot. Reduced price tors needed. Requirements for bus $17,500. Call 642-2441. drivers are: CDL certification, good Mobile Home for Sale driving record, education verification of high school graduate or GED Like new 2000 Clayton 16x80, 3 Equivalency, and at least 21 years of bedroom, 2 bath age. Must complete required safety Must see! Need payoff $26,969. training. Qualified drivers will be (270) 554-9977 or 519-6456. paid $10.97 per hour for regular 2002 Mobile Home route. Benefits available for 16x72, 2 BR, 2 Bath, Stove, full-time employees. Refrigerator, Washer and Dryer. 642Bus monitors will ride bus and 2374. supervise preschool children, $6.00 per hour, approximately 3 hours per day and be 18 years of age. For more information, please call Bob Wilson, Carlisle County Board of Education, 270-628-3800 1996 Plymouth Breeze extension 7003, or pick up 4 door, 5 speed, clean, new tires, application at 4557 State Route $1250.00, 642-2513. 1377, Bardwell, KY 42023.

Help Wanted




Automobiles for Sale


No Hunting or Fishing on the property of Dennis and J.C. Hodges. Written permission only will be allowed. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law

Miscellaneous for Sale

Tanning Bed $25 unlimited, no appointment necessary. Melissa Chaney,


16-ft Stock Trailer Very good condition, has been kept sheltered. 270-628-3641. Portable Cabin/Office 16' X 24' inside finished, wired, a/c, nice! 655-6003. 28' Round Pool w/deck For sale, deck included, $500.00 firm. 628-9528. Kenmore Clothes Dryer and Living Room Couch $100.00 each. 628-9528. Steel Buildings 50% off on Factory Seconds, Freight Damaged, Repos, 25x36, 30x44 America's Largest. Call 1800-222-6335. Financing available. Canning Jars Pts $1.00 dozen, Qts, $1.50 Dozen. 642-2254.


Yard Sales

September 4 & 5.

Yard Sale Sept 5 & 6 - 8 am to ? Hillcrest Drive, Bardwell. Twin Bed, Couch, Buffet & Hutch, Old School Desk, Boys Toddler Clothes, Mens and Womens clothes, TV antenna & pole, trolling motor & battery, humidifier, 20 guage Mossberg Pump shotgun, 410 gauge shotgun, entertainment center, bakers rack and lots of odds.

If you are thinking about buying or selling, please call me. I can help you with both. If you are relocating to Paducah/McCracken/Lake areas, I have access to all property for sale and my expertise is in those areas.

Nancy Black (270) 628-3860 · cell phone 559-6297

Will clean houses

References provided. Call 628-3393.

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LARKINS Satellite Systems Free DirectTV

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U-Store It Mini Storage. Will be selling the contents in Unit 31, Bardwell, KY August 29 at 5 p.m. Rented by Charles Duke

1277 COURT STREET, WICKLIFFE, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath brick home. 1374 Sq. Ft. New roof, new paint inside, new floor covering in den. Central heat and air, carport. $63,500.00 APPROXIMATELY 24 ACRES-CHERRY ROAD, Beautiful setting, rolling, partially wooded. Good building sites. Immediate possession. ARLINGTON-Approximately 208' x 76' lot located on Mounds Street. Lots of mature shade trees. ORCHARD & CHEATHAM STREETS, Bardwell, 2-story, 2454 Sq. Ft. home, 4 bedrooms. Large wrap-around porch. Extra lot. Vinyl siding. 2 blocks from business district. Lots of possibilities, Call for Appt! CORNER OF HERSHEL JONES & WICKLIFFE -BLANDVILLE ROADS. 30 acres. Excellent building sites. No improvements. Some restrictions. Can be sub-divided. Drive out and look it over and give us a call for more details. CUNNINGHAM-2100 + SF of living area. 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, bonus room, many updates. Only 20 minutes from Paducah. Near Dogwood Hills Golf Club. Immediate possession. Call for Appt! BARDWELL 288 E. COURT ST.-2 BR, 1 bath brick home with basement. Hardwood floors, new central H&A, new remodeled kitchen, side screen porch, large back yard, outbuilding. List price $48,000.00 17 HIGH STREET, BARDWELL- 1400 + SF of living area. 3 or 4 bedrooms. 1.5 baths, den, central H & A. Carport, storage building, corner lot. Don't let this one get away! PRICE REDUCED 208 CR 1050, CUNNINGHAM-Built new in 10/01. 1.5 story home located on 1 + acres. 2222 SF main level, 6625 SF second level, 1452 SF basement, 2 car attached garage, 3-5 bedrooms, 3 baths, private dining room, breakfast nook, utility/office, fireplace, great floor plan with large foyer, enclosed porch, deck, paved drive, nice landscaping, many other extras. Call for appt! 533 MONROE, BARLOW - 2 or 3 BR, 1B home located on city lot. Enclosed back porch, storage building, $24,000. HWY. 51 SOUTH OF BARDWELL, 78+ acres with buildings. Fenced and cross fenced. Approximately 65-70 acres tillable. Watershed lake. Highly productive farm. Call for more details. HANCOCK ROAD & HWY. 286 - 14+ acres with road frontage on 2 roads. Excellent location with lots of potential. Call for more details. 5192 Holloway Landing Road, Barlow- 3 bedroom,1 bath,vinyl sided home on one acre lot. Central heating and air. Immediate possesion


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3 bedrooms, 1 bath. living room, dining room, kitchen, glassed in back porch. Finished hardwood floors under carpet, central heat, window air. Stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer, and all window treatments go with house. Well-insulated, easy to heat and cool. Earl and Helen McCabe home place. Reasonably priced to sell. Contact Mikey McCabe Gibson at 6944141 after 6:00 p.m. or leave message.


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OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL: Brick Home, full basement, carport, detached garage, sitting on large lot in Milburn. Call Mark 4-BEDROOM HOUSE ON FRONT STREET - Commercial location in Bardwell. 1 ½ story, vinyl-sided home with new windows. Privacy fence in backyard. Would make excellent business, starter home or rental property. 2-ACRE LOT M/L - Located in Milburn. Close to Carlisle County Schools. City Water and gas available. Excellent building site. Call Mark 1.518 ACRE LOT IN CUNNINGHAM - Excellent building lot! ESTABLISHED HARDWARE STORE IN CLINTON - Complete inventory, accounts receivable and real estate. Priced to sell. Call Wayne or Amy. OFFICE BUILDING - formerly used as law office on Hwy. 51 in heart of business district in Bardwell. Reception area, 4 office suites and 1 executive office suite with private outside entrance.



Accepting applications

6 a.m. - Midnight (270) 628-0435

License #M00442

Mark Wilson, Broker: Phone/Fax: 270-623-6768 e-mail: [email protected] ASSOCIATES Vanessa Myers: 876-7675 Dannie Winfrey: 559-2889 Wayne Deweese: 642-2200 Amy Deweese - 642-2295 Tanya Deweese - 642-2276

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