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Image 6 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), April 16, 1970

Part of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.)

REPORTER, Thursday, April 16, 1970 JEATlNG FOR QUICK 1 SERVICE Whether it'i an emergency or a new furnace you'll find we come quickly, do conscientious job, charge reasonable prices. We service all brands. Mcl&Arbcr Day cvr?nv7nn Plnntfog GAS HEATING SERVICE call 4635 Illinois Avenue "32 Years of Service" INSTALL WE. School Parents' celebrated A p.m. In observance of National 8), a Library Week (April play entitled "Book Alive, Or A Trip To The Library" was presented by the students, under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, librarian, and Mrs. Marilyn Tucker, music teacher. James Farmer spoke on the extended school year with a question and answer period following. Homemade pie and coffee was served by the Hospitality Committee. Sitter service was provided by Girl Scout Troop 75 HOW LONG since youq VACUUM CLEANER It HAS BEE! SERVICED ...If it't over year, long! it's been too WE ARE THE ONLY HOOVER FACTORY AUTHORIZED I II WARRANTYJ' 1 BILLY CLAY ROBISON, winner of Boy Student of the Year Award at the eighth Annual State Leadership Conference, gives the school trophy to principal, W. D. Bruce of Thomas Jefferson High School. U am mm Iu II M Scissors and Pinking I I II AND SERVICE STATION IN LOUISVILLE I III B Shears) Sharpened too I GtyMES SALESSEIVICE CALL day DsOy Wine 1020 E. Broadway QOiifl 535-33- ?t Billy Clay Robison, senior at Thomas Jefferson High School, will attend the 24th Annual National (DECA) mm WE REPAIR ALL MAJOR APPLIANCES RCA Whirlpool Factory Service TECH-CAR- mm at in . Minneapolis, Sunday,-Apr- il 26 through Wednesday, April 29, and is expected to draw more than 3,000 young leaders of DECA and faculty advisors from throughout the country. Billy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bradley of 616 Sherburn Lane. A special feature of the conference will be the presentation of scholarships to a number of outstanding students for advanced study marketing, management in or distributive education. Nationally known leaders from the fields of marketing, education and government will speak at the conference, serve as contest judges and consultants and take part in workshop sessions. For ANYTHING You 6 3120 8. Pratlon 2400 Frankfort Av, t? 3955 Dixie Hwy. B36-133- CYCLES REP Nd 448-720- 2 lEPAm f THOMAS Buechel Women's Club To Hear Cynthia Dinon The regular meeting of the Buechel Women's Club will be held at the Clubhouse on TELEVISION Bashford CO. ELECTRIC RUTH RVICE SALES SERVICE Service Men WER for dependable service, call .iRS A 7415 PRESTON HGWY. dependable service dealer 968-191-1 451-74- jve do Authorized Warranty Wo vv 11 city in riven 1 I EAT SEAFOOD FOR HEALTH J Sl ENJOYMENT Ways To Cut Hospital Costs Will Be Discussed The Kentucky Dietetic Association will meet in conjunction with the 41st convention of the Kentucky Hospital Association at the Kentucky Hotel from April 20 until 23. (All sessions of the Kentucky Dietetic i annual have Improving r 'Ik been FOURTH AND RIVER 583-65- 3401 BARDSTOYVN ROAD 459-14- 33 3926 UPPCX IWll 196-44- 63 32 .Interpersonal Relations."; .il) Also guests of the club will be poetry and essay contest Housb need painting? the KFWC contest held each year. The entire program will fit in Guest speaker will be Cynthia Lee Dixon, who in with "Youth Recognition 1969 was chosen to participate Week" which has been declared Farm for the week of April 13 in the International Youth Exchange program, through 19 by Mayor Frank being sponsored by the BWC Burke. There will be a showing of and other clubs. From June through handmade decorations for the November of last year, she was home at the close of the in the English speaking program. countries of the United Kingdom as an exchangee. She stayed about three weeks with Woman's Club Presents each farm family she visited, Two One-Ac- t Plays working on their farms and On Friday, April 17, the exchanging ideas. Miss Dixon spent two years drama department of the at the University of Kentucky Highland Woman's Club will plays, and has been active in Club present two one-awork for a number of years. She "Queensof France" and "Green was the only Dairy Council Room Blues." Price of the dinner and show leader in Jefferson County in will be $2 for adults and $ for 1969. Miss Dixon will show slides, children. Dinner will be served :30 p.m. For souvenirs and share with the from club many of her experiences. reservations call a.m. T.V. LAWN Goldsmith celebrated Arbor on Friday, April 3, at Goldsmith School, through the efforts of PTA garden chairman, Mrs. Henry Cooper. The Kentucky Forestry Division supplied white pine seedlings for the first, second and third grades and tulip poplar saplings for each of the sixth grade classes. The tulip poplars were planted in front of the building with a name tag for each sixth grade class. The Forestry Division sent three representatives and the Kentucky Conservation and Wildlife Department sent two representatives to demonstrate and assist in planting the trees. winners selected to represent Lane, the Buechel Women's Club in Manor 11 Day scheduled for the Seelbach Hotel.) "One Approach to Cutting Hospital Costs: Group Buying" will be discussed, as will ?. I 3 I : Thursday, April 16, at 11:30 County Wide. Prompt Efficient Trained V r?vTl vv,i 126. Association EnMrgeney Service BUD'S APPLIANCE SERVICE 14406 St. Rrta Drive Welcome REi Leamington Hotel nrj 24 HOUR m 1 Minneapolis, in Minnesota, to compete for national honors for outstanding Boy Student of the Year. Billy won outstanding Boy Student of the Year for Kentucky at the Eighth Annual State Leadership Conference held in Lexington, Kentucky, on April 2 and April 3. He is among students selected to participate in the national conference which is designed to help develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. 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