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With the biggest opening day crcr. J i
Jefferson County Fair opened WZ Jay i
A light drizzle during the early arf rv
to slow down activities, but as the sky clr i
persons began their trek to ,he grounds.
One of the outstanding attractions of the
program was the second round
in tne beauty pageant to select
"Miss Jefferson County Fair." secorf. pnd tl.L'J pi "
The 20 girls who survived went w. ,,'
Jennie Lee Bush, Jef.
th'e preliminary round at Tuc'
far the Co
p o r 1 1 n t int. a
ries should le t"
..rdod i. T Sunday rocn.'. V
U Jer the new j
, tl.a t
of J ;:
town, Fern Cr
sure Ridge ar.-- re wee VV.ley v.
bu abandoned and c'.' r
Each number v.
coi. ...n a call letter, a nurac u.
prefix plus four digits,
Beginning Sunday, Jeffersoa- town subscribers v:'r '"ive t'. ,. ,
r t .char..;:
I l i.LED TREES, RELOCATED UTILITY POLES, traffic detours
end c.lier unusual sights givs avidence that something is going on wifl be knowi- r 9; Okolona,
in Jeffersontown. Th activities are more preparations for reconee- Wiley,
struction of the half mile stretch of Taylorsville Road between WOodland E;
Livingston Avenue and the Public Square. Standing on and in CHerry 1, and 1
WArwick 1 and
i of a 'dozer, parr of the heavy, machinery brought to Jefferfour numerals added. Generally
sontown for ih ; rojecti are some of llae city officials anS a reprew
sentative of the contractor. On 'ground, from left are William D. speaking, most customers will reKelly nd City1 Attorney jGene Snyder; Cov :ilman Kennetl "V tain the same last four numepl
Rueff, come, ani back row, from left, Councmcn 'V. V. Lippc. 7, of their present numbers.
The Harrods Creek and Anch.;
Charles, R. First, Jr., and Ray
orage exchanges' already
been converted to the new system.
When "the change becomes
subscribers will only dial
listed numbers and not have t
league',' tiijL,- -l Stars Jived-ito
.The Colonels won'the Jeffurson-- 7
bother with ,"key" prefixes a? et
Hwn'junbr C.vl'.nist' Club Lea-- '' their title and defeated' the Col-- i present.'
'? Giants. The Giants, led
,j;;,'.iOut most tf .thftv.f "tie,'
t the Colonels bnn a scoring
? in the last h J Ci the sev- '
jiran i' rTarri. honker by
";'l !." .s.the-deci'
t'ie'ga'me between t'
Wieners in field'
Rdhnie Foreman, base running
for small boys; Terry Meil base
running fof larger boys; LtCowherd pegging competiij,on,
find Donald Wilhelm,. f ungo, .
,. F,i Kuffnr chajlrman of boya'
work'for the senior; club, sa; ', ' o
Roup- will Vneet se n to .1"
m to be t
'.'re Flcasant Grc.
Mr. and ITrs. Marvin T'yr-,-,
.'irrviHe, i; nur? r; Severe t
' bri ;..'
; t tl
was. knoci.c-on Old Heady
a half miles from
A will be a
Miss Bishop and Mr.
were honor guests at
.!i School dufin,. t'ae
party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. K
term, was injured vhcn
rirhard It. Sluchcr August ?. .Mrs. t .0 rear of his vehicle wa' rtrutk
Ilathnn I.I. StuLcl, Mt. Verne i y an automobile. lie is en. ployed
Auj-ti.i, five a
..t Hunter's Pan-AService Sta9. Mrs. J. Price Webb, Dale-- v tion, Taylorsville Road. '
'V Lane, entertained wi' V a
The driver of the automobile,
.Iieon A vust 15 at the 1 .:'
woman, was arj r jat Club and I.ti s. M. Abell, rested on a charge Cf drunken
ewav, wns hostess at a de.vert dri'v'i: vj. Her car was Ccjng folAu;;;.:jt 13.
lowed by, county police at the
time cf the mishap; Bowles said.
In another mishap, ,threp. men
puf.'ered mfiior injuries wl.cn a
Lla'.lon wafion crashed into a u'"!-;- .
ity pi le at Watterson Trail a i
CoI7 ;z Drive, Jeffersontown, l .t
The pole, which was
of w'.l. "
f ; t'rrr
. rrc d l y a fire a few years
.' r:vm I v;i
trc'.en near the top.
v.,-1. irl... li Lane Hud
l;;::;own Road, and
r 77. I ".71 r, (7
t a t , t if 7.;:i- ,liv
i;.l'i cf I
: r rrr
- .".' I
y i- '
.' e ;
n on r
may have a bearing
'U, be solcnnizo
' :7, '
"t 31; in
I.I.s. Iri G. White entertained
t li i :y morning with a "cof-- r
. ' 3 cf 17,082 water foe" at.I
he vie on Maple Road.
Jefferson County Guest 3
ville was f 1
r: .1 'enderman, H.
rr, 7. F. Diemer, Ralph
7,on, A. B. Wj"-- 1
1 over; ;v
V rt 43u'.cr and W.
!iits s..ice I
j directed at
w. i.jni.'.r j Li the
3 l.ou" Jame'i O'llernj;.;
r,0,.change Avenue, and C
e Scntini, 302 Merj-'a' ud,
111 in the St. Matthev s
The suit, which sees a i lie
judgment, alleged the Vr
company is charging cor:;:'"
Icnt3 hi"7.er rates that cl
without legal authority to
l a so and that the water' company
Jier n o:
the Ke ntucky Public 7 rvlc
s 'V v.
jurisdiction rnd power t
mine whether d t!.3
r: ; r
ices as charge... . ;
y: Thrthe water comp. ..y ; 3 j
. ; . and to supervi.
ny changes. . . "
Members of tire v
board dlsrarvcd the ;
' .7ey 't'.-meeting Turr-- 7
a h'ave v
.... ... ;.prr;
t cf I'.vvr
."i 'Tk '
Lou-- .'i'Edna Mtin '
viZi. life r-- nf
L, ' ,.?.lary.-- ' va'Prandi, L- yf-
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stewart and
f, an roved a
children, Rita and Larry; Easum
ent with the jiuisville Road, and Mrs. Ora Chism, Louisr
d Electric Company to in-- 1 ville, went to Renfro Valley last
additional street lights and weekend. They also visited other
e all existing ones. The cost, places of inferest.
ed at $13,000 will be spread
Mrs. Eva Pike and son of Louisr si five-ye- ar
i'he" plan calls for installation ville, were Thursday guests of Mr.
c ' 13 raercury vapor lights on the and Mrs. L. B.. Stewart. Easum
i of Tayiorsville Road to be Road.
...tructed and the Public
Mr. and Mrs. Don Potts, and
i;;re and replacement ofU45 children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
,iers throughout the city limits, Travelstead and family, Mr.' and
'ren the work is completed, Mrs. H. H. Landes,
ere will be-total of 65 lights, and Mr. and Mrs. James MacClel-lan- d
J more than the present number.
and two daughters shared a'
Gene Snyder, city attorney, said "dutch treat" supper with Mr. and
e city will effect a caving of Mrs. W. M. Littlefield last SaturCu0 une'er the arrangement
day evening. The families all live
night.. Work on in Charlene Heights. ?
iorcviUe Road installations
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGreevy
Jc a rs road construction
Earkley "Drive, Journeyed to
C3. lie s'li i 'cost cf
Fla to be guests of Mr.
3i , ....
brother ' Mr. John C.
Flatter, and fam
'le McGree-vy- s
will b6 borne by the utility comt Thursday.
The new, lighting system will
Master Gary Rye, son of Mr.
be automatically controlled by. a and Mrs. Hoyt Rye. Sue Helen
clock system. The Monday night Drive, has rethrned home afW
action followed many hours of spending a month with relatives
negotiations between Councilman in Alabama.
Charles R. First, Jr., and repre.Im'ong the ex
Seen at the
sentatives of the utility concern.
hibitions and .v s many members of tKe f lire! sex of Jefferson
town are pitching in. Th art
flower exhibits hold great interest
as do- the livestock showi. The
Jeflerson county Fair
lot of entertain-- little
or as much as on Cv
nd j.ia planned
ben ' hrl
ker Lake August 3 appeared Wed Susanna Slajie, Lyndt
nesday night in bathing suits fol Margarit- Rose Stono,
. tour or sections oi jei- - town.
Ks rv T ,'7 .. '
ferson County in convertibles. The CyntlV,a "rTto,n and pad' Jp
final judging wilLbe Friday Vight zer- ge class; Rot Ne L. ane, I n
when cor' .slants appear in formal
. s Davanna Lar'
The highlight entertainmeri.' f nd
feature of Thursday night's pro: Jown'
gram was the appeaiance of Lo"'iHe; Jane
Louis- Atcher and the Red River
i nd Leverly Fr ,n.
Ramblers at 8:30. Saturday night's me'
""ville;. Marga.ct Rose . ?,
feature attraction is a talent-shoCarolyn Cc
contest, sponsored by the 'Fair', Je"ersntown.
Louisville, treativy crafts.
directed by fre Jefferson
County Playground' and Recrea- were Mrs. Charles-L- .
Lovett an 1
R. Willis Stout, general man- - Mrs-- ' Shannon Stone and Mrs. i
ager, iaid theTe
than T. Burnf in, Mrs. Charles r'ym ,:
20 concessions onerated bv civid Mrs. W. F. Diemer. Mrs. Clia,.
enterprises in addition to the'tium- - Hoerter and Mrs, Geh : ?ike we,
erous commercial exhibits
w proved Vr
- The Flower
L4.0n the serious side of the pro- gram,, judging of various events Jtuerson -- wi"y may-nodo
was to continue diuing the re Florida, nor a California but f .
can't e '
mainder of the exposition. Jqdg- - Kentucky vriety-r-i- t
ing of numerous events hjid been beatI In the arranger ;nt c'" cs
completed by Wednesday night. the St- - Matthews
he 1 oa '
Top winners in
dompetition came 10 first' wiriT,;
Memorial Award c 1 j. 1
Buddy Roman. Fern CreoV, Po.'
land China st
champio.. t and Club placed second and the t ;ing
grand champion; Gary.Roman, HlU "omtinakerti Club was t xird.
Fern Creek, Poland China boar There were 223 entries i ;. tha
chamnion' anrl irrnn
nhnrr.fsinn- - horticulture division. The Mature
rBuddy Roman, fat pig f ver 200 - Earners"; hal 12 entries in tha
division, r ovin?
pounds: Kenneth croercc. Vallev torouCh
Station, U&mp !re' bear and sow that- - somef-thJ
sold this prir.
champion- and. :at r;l
.ioujs jooi in jee- no. cou.
v Buddv White, fbr.-i- ,
Park, Duroc 'Jersey sow r nd boai" In' tr.e Household D 'r ent,
- Mrs. B.
announced f'rrt place
i nrs in
" Mrs; Andrew
Barnett, .wh. 3;
c;.4mpionshi3 .n home' eco'
Mrs. Ray Anderson! yellow; M
nomics were won by:
- Route '10, senior J. R. Adams, devils food; IL '
Sharon Cocanning ai.d Leezing; Lana Peers, Leon Ellingswoth,' arljel for r;
Route 3, junior canning and f'Te'z -- Mrs S. N. Marcum. chiffon' p7i.?
in."; Sharon Kestler, 4003 Mid- - Mrs. Marshall Jr., ja.1v
First place candy winners wcrj
icniu, teiuor rooas ana room im
'Mary Ann Tilf grd.'. chofolata
brownies,-- Mrs. F.'
Elsie Kiefer. Route lO. i.minr Luag.
caramel fudge, and Mr.,. .
fooov Ann Walls, 1035' Sarah Dr gentIey,
Ra7 And;IS0I- senior
In.ile?,dlefr af M". B. B. MiUc.
notebook; Mary Lou Caddie; Fish- erville,. junior clothing and cood 70ui?ville' to?K four blue ribbons
grooming, and' Jean Hartmann,
fher "os.t attentive : aprcn.
,;most Praccal apron and sack In
Hurstbourne Lane, handicraft
?r-andier best.dressed u. 1 I2
the art exhibit,
uxler' 0the' top' win"
by . the . Woman's and Younger lnc ,
Woman's Clubs c- - JeffersontQwn,
Mrs Stanley Ridd; doilies, ar.i
Robert Munz. Watterson trail
Jeffersontown, won ' the grand - ?UT t0.
cnampionsmp m the adult class4,
while Carolyn Jane San. .1m f . ldaedes, ?nd babjf quilf ap- Mrs. Kelly. .
Jeffersontown, won the grand
prize in the children's division,
First,:, second and third place
winners in the v'ario W adult
-- s are as follows
n: min t -- .;:...Sh..' finan: jars. A. .U. U . "rr. stole: '
Jeffersontown City C5un-- a
special meeting Monday
Cov.nty Juuge U.' C- - yan
u ill address the Sunday
School class. The Rev. Bob
Brown, pastor,, will 'speak at the
10:55 a.m. service. Members of the
adult choir ivill provide the music.
Following a 12:30 basket dinner
on the church lawn, a special
e engage- afternoon service at 2:30 has been
. cf tl. i.i'r'wubntdrr Miss
arranged. Speakers will inc! :de
y J....n.iii3 Svara, to Mr. John
rd.Zirmern n, Lexington, Cooper,Senator John Sherman
Representative , Eugene
Siler, former pastors and members
'.;...2:in olemnized Of the church staff. The jur' r
3ust 24, in
st Church. choir will provide the muclc.
gospel hour service
.AiUo.i at the" churc is to is to
be I ressed by Representa'' ." '
'a' Svara atte'ad.d(L Kentucky tive Silci . A j watermelon 'east
on the church lawn fc jws at 9.15.
Colleje. Mr. Zimmer-- i
The Rev. Mr. Brown has set on v,si
a :;: ' .'e of the same
$2,50OfeS the coring goal for the
series cf homecoming events.
cf T a Junior Optimist Colonels
Li T j Jsf'eTSonlown. Junior loop
f iOm left, Leslie Cowherd,.
In the l?gue; Denn'
a, Cav ' Lo i y end Cll.sy Yates, and
.i 1. .;,.I".:'7
Ray Anderson, team manager, is in
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