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Date Posted: Monday, December 13, 12:53:55pm
Author: Bonnie Hahn
Subject: Looking Backward

Looking Backward
The Sentinel-News, Shelbyville, Ky. Dec. 10, 2004

10 Years ago, 1994:
Deaths -
Larry Wayne Brown 35; Mrs. Pauline Mahalia Tillie Stoner 71; Mary Elizabeth Franklin Brown 60; Goble Yount 89; Arthur G. Morris 67; Stella Redmon Jamison 92; Mrs. Charles R. Bittle; Elnora McClain 85; Ruby Mitchell Long 89.

15 Years ago, 1989:
Deaths -
Lewis Carpenter Flowers Sr. 63; William "Bullett" Gill; Christine Lefler 78; Esther B. Zaring 78; John E. Hawkins Sr. 53; William Thomas Maddox 65; Alberta Lester 66; Tandy Beard Coghill 86; Frances Jesse Green 88.

25 Years ago, 1979:
Deaths -
Arletta Husband Waldridge 71; Mrs. Cornelia Sullivan Roberts 85; Burnard P. Bolin 83; James Elwood Turner Sr. 56; Doyle J. Long 68; Mrs. Mae Polly Martin 68; Edgar Snavely 74; Mrs. Anna Sommers Young 90.

50 Years ago, 1954:
Military News -
Cpl Lewis C. Raymond was graduated from the I Corps Non-Commissioned Officers Academy in Korea. He was a radar operator in the 7th Infantry Division's 15th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion.
Kenneth Woods was promoted to corporal in Germany, where he is was serving with the 1st Infantry Division
Melvin L. Long, aboard the landing ship dock USS, was advanced to machinist's mate second class, USN, while serving CASA Grande.
Army PFC Kenneth L. King, 22, left Korea with the 24th Infantry Division, which had been assigned to Hakata, Japan.
Pfc. Eddie Hayes was promoted to corporal. He was stationed in Karlbrue in Germany.

Deaths -
Henry King 80; David C. Rigg 78; Mrs. Mary Louise Waterfill; Mrs. Alpha Burgin 55; Elry Clubb 90; Neil Atkinson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Atkinson Jr.; Mrs. Cordie Louden 73.

60 Years ago, 1944:
Military news -
Cpl. Robert L. Proctor, seriously wounded in action in Germany.
Pfc. Billy Carpenter, slightly wounded in action in France.
Pvt. Charles W. Barrickman, 9th Army in France, wounded in right leg.
Pfc. Wallace Bryant, U.S. Infantry, wounded in France.
Technician 5th grade Edwin S. Phillips, wounded in Germany.
Pfc. Clarence Waugh Bohannon, missing somewhere in Germany.
Sgt. Jesse Thomas Parido, missing in action.

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