100 years ago: Feb. 9, 1921
At the prices we have been charging, it is absolutely impossible to pay expenses, much less make a living. Therefore until further notice the following prices will be charged:
Office—Prescriptions 50c; examinations $1.00 to $5.00.
Town—Day calls $2.00; night class 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. $3.00.
Country—Town call plus 75c per mile; obstetrics $15.00 to $25.00 plus a call; consultation $10.00 plus a call.
P.H. NEVITT, M.D.
A.A. BAXTER, M.D.
75 years ago: Feb. 7, 1946
Rhodelia News Items—Leon Barr Again Enlists In Army
Leon Barr, who was recently discharged from the army after a visit with his father Mr. Edd Barr and other relatives, has re-inlisted in the Army. Other boys from here who joined the Navy were Nevill Clark, Donnie Vessels, Bennie Ray and Walter Rhodes.
It seems all the young folks are leaving us as Miss Mary Catherine Vessels is getting married to a soldier boy and Misses Luella Flaherty and Rena Greenwell left last week for Mt. St. Joseph’s to join the nuns.
50 years ago: Feb. 11, 1971
Meade County FFA Loses To Breckinridge County
The FFA team who recently defeated Breckinridge County had a poor night from the field and lost the game 41-37. Meade County shot 27.8 percent from the field and just 50 percent from the line. Leading Meade County was Glenn Stith making 16 points and gathering in 10 rebounds. Backing him up was Jackie Sturgeon with 11 points and Mike King with 6 rebounds.
25 years ago: Feb. 14, 1996
Paul Clark, manager for Clark’s Restaurant at Otter Creek Park, was interviewed last Friday morning by a crew from Louisville Tonight Live, for a segment which aired Monday evening. The magazine show was doing a story on alternative places to hold a wedding. Conducting the interview was Sondra Roberts, reporter/producer and David Andrew, photographer--