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REPORTER, Thursday, April 16, 1970- - 'Operation Dcjcul' Opens b Ohdona Iroo 1 GPEUD LIKE ClOUEY! i Ha UOv THIS COUPON i IS WORTH ON ANY DRY CLEANING ORDE! I' 1 Jint Present Coupon With Incoming Ordet 1 PRESTON HIGHWAY at '; OUTER LOOP LmiMIT "- 'Ji - to 7 p.m. OPEN 6:30 a.m. 0RDERl'( ONE COUPON WITH EACH DRY CLEANING -' EXPI R ES APR I L 22. 1970 MtSM 19 COOOAIA" AT lp' 9S9-084- 7 f ICVSYUt lii cerraaa LL- -i OKOLONA LOUISVILLE 1218 E. Oak "rT 7321 PRESTO!! HYY. 4544356 CONNIE W.ADAMS AtMonsIick Road Church 969-231- 5 7:30 to 1:00 7:30 to 5 Daily-S- at an Comb Mans OKOLONA STORE: NEW HOURS Open Hon. and Thurs. Hites 'til 9 p.m. Sat. 'til 4 p.m. Begins Work At f.lanslicEi Connie W. Adams began work as the new preacher with Manslick Road Church of Christ on March 1. He came to Reporterland after five years of work with the Brown Street Church of Christ inAkron.Ohio, where he was part of a two-ma- n team preaching in evangelistic meetings throughout this country and in Canada. Adams graduated from Florida College in Temple Terrace, Florida, in 1953 and has since studied at Bergens Sprog Skole (Language School) and the University of Bergen in Bergen, Norway. He has done local work with congregations in Palmetto, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, Bergen, Norway; Newbern, Tennessee, Orlando, Florida and Akron, Ohio. Evangelistic meetings have taken him to 20 states and six countries, including 20 such meetings in Canada. Adams has written extensively in weekly and monthly journals published by his denomination and serves as associate editor of Truth Magazine, a weekly religious journal of 1 6 pages published at Berne, Indiana. He is also working with twenty writers on a new series of graded literature for Bible, classes from beginners through high school age, expected to be completed and ready for use by January, 1971. Adams is married to the former Barbara Colley of Fulton, Kentucky, and they have two sons, Wilson, a student at Southern High, and Martin, a student at Filson Elementary School. HELP WANTED Kitchen Help NIGHT WORK Age 21 to 35. Food wrapper, general kitchen work. Good salary, plus extra bonus for night work. Attractive employee benefits, profit sharing plan and hospitalization. ONLY APPLY IN PERSON KINGFISH DRIVE-I- N 3401 BARDSTOWN ROAD and 4th STREET & RIVER ROAD rW FT. LAUDERDALE'S 0 'V. N with its own 200 foot long i un me lauiuua Gait Ocean Mile waiting for you to enjoy . . . spacious hotel rooms, executive suites and efficiencies. All units individually Suites on daily or yearly basis. Banquet and sales meeting facilities for 10 to 125 people. The famous Flamba Room, or Riviera for. dining. Intimate Wine Cellar, Bar with entertainment. Monte Carlo Bar for outdoor cookout hut at poolside. Free poolside lounges, ping pong, shuffleboard, volleyball. Gift shop, dress shop, real estate office, beauty salon, stock brokerage office, travel agency. Olympic size heated swimming pool. Free parking. -a- nd it's , REDUCED SUMMER RATES. Family & Weekly Rate i - Z- For further Information writ 1 PAUL FEYER, Dept302 i'L.-Jfi- j i General Manager 1 1 o () I: ;m r i i ; i () it The n i Manslick Road congregation meets at 4724 E. Manslick Road in Okolona. J. F. Dancer formerly preached for i before the congregation beginning work with the Road Church of Winchester ; Christ in Memphis, Tennessee. J'town Plans Annual Contest Forn Crock Woman flott Weiv Officers group of junior and senior Fern Creek High School girls in a style show of spring clothes made in Home Economics class. Brenda Isert, Marcia Vaughn, and Cathy Lewis won first, second and third prizes. Linda Reed won an honorable mention. Mrs. Raymond Brashear is head of the Home Economics Department. Mrs. D. J. Calvert is president of the Fern Creek Woman's Club. Fern Creek Women's Club elected Mrs. Vernon McAfee its first at the regular March 25 meeting. Elected treasurer was Mrs. W. P. Von Aunen and Secretary Mrs. Edward Harding. Membership chairman is Mrs. Dale Mullins, finance chairman is Mrs. C. M. Woodworth and fine arts chairman is Mrs. J. N. nt Dennis. a Lieutenant in the Fern Creek Fire Department spoke on "Community Improvement" putting special emphasis on local fire fighting activities. Members who have been former teachers were presented a corsage in observance of Teacher Appreciation Week. Mrs. Ross Riddle, home life chairman, presented a sewing 8501 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD SHOPPING CENTERr TUEUE ID fi Three Kentucky H I 5620 PRESTON HIGHWAY 969-931- 3 Shopping Center) (Opposite Indian Trail DIXIE MANOR SHOPPING CENTER 935-472- 7 COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE: PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES CONTACT LENSES HEARING AIDS ALGONQUIN MANOR 140 W. MARKET 220 S. 4th DIXIE MANOR SHOPPING CENTER 5620 PRESTON HIGHWAY Charge or Budget Terms Choice of Master Charge System-Shopp- er's CHERE'S NO. 2 POODLE GROOVING SUPPLIES NOW OPEN IN DUECHEL Reporterland Students Named To Dean's List np PICK YOWR FAVORITE CLIP University of students from Reporterland have been named to the dean's list in the College of Agriculture for the 1969 Fall semester. To be honored by the sr. mi i 'Kit U' .(v,i 4 ai t'!rn agriculture dean, the students : named had attained a 3.4 To academic standing, or better, based on a 4.0 grading system. The students were John Lee Dovak, a junior agronomy From April 16 to May 16, major, 3230 Cawein Way; there will be on display at the Robert C. Korfhage, junior e Louisville Zoo, eight horticulture major, 4427 replicas of dinosaurs. The' Heather Lane; and Alan Douglas exhibit was created for the New Schiemann, sophomore, 3803 York World's Fair and is Rimonte, all of Louisville. sponsored by the Sinclair A Fern Creek girl, Diane Division, Atlantic Richfield Marie Gray, daughter of Earl Company. Gray, 6006 Lovers Lane, was This is the last showing of the named to the Dean's List in the complete exhibit. From here, College of Education. She made the replicas will be donated to a perfect 4.0. various museums. One will remain at the Zoo on permanent exhibit. The realistic reproductions range in size from the long Ornitholestes to the giant long Brontosaurus, one of the largest land creatures that ever lived. Before construction of the models, research was conducted by the Museum of Natural History and Sinclair. The exhibit will be placed on' the service road behind the Children's Zoo and may be ( .. f reached by roadway to the right of the Administration Building. The exhibit has toured major cities in the United States for .t'r. the past three years and EUGENE I. SMITH 31 million approximately LeavingFor Vietnam people have seen them. Move-i- n will begin Monday, April 1 3 and the assembling will Eugene Smith be completed by Thursday, 16, when the exhibit April Conducts Last officially opens. 1 Dinosaurs Codo "-o- -i will this project, the Optimist Club is selling shares in the dugout to residents of Okolona. The idea is to buy a block for the dugout. The concrete blocks sell for 50 cents each. All work on the dugout is being done by Optimist Club members. The members are very Jeffersontown Methodist enthusiastic about this project .Chruch. Friday evening the and are working hard at selling dress rehearsal will be held at the blocks. A special board is the Jeffersontown High School. being used to show the numbers In the past four years of blocks purchased by each Jeffersontown has had two Miss patron. Kentucky's who got their start Four hundred and fifty with the Miss Jeffersontown blocks are needed to complete Pageant. Both sponsoring clubs the dugout. Because of the great are wishing for a third winner interest in Little League in the this year. Arthur Vogedes, t he held at High School Jeffersontown Saturday, April 18, 8 p.m. Admission is free and the pageant is open to the public. In preparation for the event the 12 entrants attended a rehearsal Jinner at Kings Table Monday evening which was sponsored by the local Jaycees Following the and Jaycettes. dinner, rehearsal was held at the the f 7 Tn v 7 ripMM f"rM The fifth annual Miss Jeffersontown Scholarship Pageant i CTAR RUnniTcS Okolona area, club members say they arc sure their "Operation Dugout" will be a great success! Optimist Club of Okolona is hard at work on a boy's work project they like to call "Operation Dugout." The club and its members arc building a dugout for a minor minor team in the Okolona Little League. 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This included class standings, will be given April 17 at 9 a.m. determining on the Rock Creek Campus for publishing schedules, seating grades seven through 12 and on students and guests, arranging Browns Lane for grades one for bands, and pronouncing 14,000 names of graduating through six. army aviators! for Colonel Smith is leaving to kindergarten for the 1970-- 71 school year will continue travel to Vietnam where he will inspector through April at the Browns be an assistant general. Lane Campus. The kindergarten He grew up on Crittenden is coeducational and is located Drive, attended Prestonia in the Monohan Hall. Children who will be entering Elementary and DuPont Manual kindergarten this fall and their High. Later he received a B.A. in parents are invited to take part history from Troy State University in Alabama. He is 38 in Visitation Day on April 28 years old. from 1 to 2 p.m. Married to Glenda J. M. 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