100 Years Ago

September 1, 1920: Buy But Little Sugar, Advice

 The United States Department of Labor gives this advice to buyers of sugar:

 “Don’t lay in sugar supplies now.

 “Buy only to meet immediate needs.

 “The less sugar you buy today the lower the price will drop tomorrow.

 “If you begin buying large quantities of sugar now the price-fixers will boost the cost on you.

 “The new beet sugar crop is nearly ready for the harvest. It’s a big crop. Cane sugar is coming in soon. The Cuban crop will be large. That’ll begin coming in by December.

 “The sugar speculators must let go. Banks won’t extend their credit. They must disgorge before the new crop reaches market.

75 Years Ago

September 3,1970: FFA Members Participate in State Fair Activities

 On Tuesday August 25th, several FFA members participated in the fair activities. The Meade County Future Farmers had a livestock judging team which consisted of Tommy Hardesty, Brad Bickett, and Don Barr. This team did not place in the state contest.

 We also had Jimmy Brown entered in seed identification. Jimmy did a very good job and placed 13th in the state. He received $6 for his efforts.

 The next day Dale Stith showed his cattle in the FFA show. He did very well and won a 1st on his senior yearling heifer. He also received a rosette for the grand champion female at the fair and won the commissioners award for showmanship.

25 Years Ago

September 6, 1995: Lady Wave get first-ever regular season victory as Meade County defeats Greenwood 2-1

 After falling behind visiting Bowling Green Greenwood 1-0, the Lady Waves came back to score two unanswered goals to put Meade County’s first ever regular season win in the record book.

 “They are learning. Did you notice the passing and the spacing and patience? They didn’t have it the other day.” (a season opening 5-0 loss to Henderson County). “When they got behind, they were able to dig down and continue,” said Meade County Coach Frank Stith.

 Meade County freshman Leslie Knott’s second period goal with six minutes remaining broke a one-all deadlock and gave the Lady Wave their first ever inaugural season victory.

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