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Image 7 of Jeffersonian (Jeffersontown, Ky.), December 27, 1973

Part of Jeffersonian (Jeffersontown, Ky.)

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1973, THE VOICE AND THE JEFFERSONIAN, PAGE 7 Sewers to serve more East En dors Engagements - Weddings Several East End areas are Included jn the 1974 construction schedule adopted Monaay dv me Metropolitan sewer Disfor completion during 1974 are sewer construction projects In the Lane Area, In the Six Mile city of Indian Hills Cherokee Unit, Mary-hi- ll Estates, and Hurstbourne Acres. The Six Mile Lane sewers will serve about 150 customers In the Buechel area. They will be extended along Six Mile Lane Bardstown Road to slightly past Klondike Lane, along Klondike Lane from Six Mile Lane to past Glenmeade Road; along Southern Avenue and Crawford Lane from Six Mile Lane to the Southern Railroad; Fair Acres Road from Six Mile Drive from Klondike Lane to about 360 feet southwest of Fair Acres Road. The Indian Hills Cherokee Unit sewers will serve about 185 customers In an area noith of Brownsboro Road and west Including all properties In Units of Scheduled Lane-Klondi- ke 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. All properties In Maryhill Estates not currently served by St. Matthews sewers Anchorage theatre group to produce 'Hello Dolly' Mummers and Minstrels, the Anchorage amateur theatre group, has selected "Hello Dolly" as its 1974 production and will hold try-ouSunday, Jan. 6, at 2 pm at the Anchorage School auditorium. Publicity chairman Richard Johnson said Cy Webber has agreed to direct the production. Johnson said men and women are needed as singers, dancers, actors and stage hands of all types and the general public is welcome at the try-out- s. starring Elizabeth French and Michael f,!cElroy SPECIAL PREVIEW NIGHTS Thurs. Jan. 3 and Fri. Jan. 4 $8.00 per person A reception at Owl Creek Country Club followed the ceremony. nt; ts J Robert McDonough was best man and Ray Briscoe and Sam Peden served as ushers. The bride's brother, Matthew Sexton, was rlngbearer. Miss Mollle Anne Gaines of Bowling Green, became the bride of S. Russell of Brooklawn Home Smith Jr., son of Mrs. S. Russell Smith of Mockingbird Valley Road and the George E. Ritter of Browns Lane, late S. Russell Smith, on Saturday, Dec. president of Lincoln Federal Savings 22, at Christ Episcopal Church In Bowland Loan Association, has been elected ing Green. president of the Board of Trustees of The Rev. H. Howard Surface officiated Brooklawn Children's Home. at the 4 pm ceremony which was followed Other officers for the coming year are by a reception at the home of the bride's A. Duane Schwartz, executive parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gaines Robert L. Woolfolk, secreof Bowling Green. tary; Robert H. Kessler, treasurer, and Miss Mary Davenport Gaines, sister of Leondale Skaggs, Rev. Harvey J. Zuern, the bride, served as maid of honor. Bradley L. Broecher, Howard L. Smith Best man was Raymond G. Smith, broand Walter A. Henry Jr. as ther of the bridegroom and ushers were John Pipes Gaines, John H. Caperton New trustees are W, Robert Beams, m, John H. Stltes ni and John W. Bradley L. Broecker, Mrs. Dorothy Markham. Davis, Ralph Emerson, Arch L. Heady The bride attended Brenau College In III, Dr. Eugene H. Kremer III, Senator Gainesville, Ga., and was graduated Tom Mobley, Senator Walter Reichert from the University of Mississippi In and Joseph W. Smith. Oxford. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Smith, a graduate of Washington and Lee University, Is now attending his third year of Law School at Memphis State University. He is a member of The Bachelors. parties Included luncheons given by Mrs. Ronald Kaplan and by Mrs. James U. Smith TII, Mrs. James Smith Jr. and Miss Edith Smith. Mrs. J. Russell Smith honored the couple at an Open House. Judge and Mrs. James F. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. John H. CapertonH entertained with a brunch at the Louisville Country Club and Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Gaines hosted a brunch in Bowling Green. the MSD project. All residents of Hurstbourne Acres, 147 homes, will be served. n Miss Leigh. Sexton, the bride's sister, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Sally Best, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Susan Sexton, the bride's sister. GAINES-SMI- TH In Musical Comedy satin. East Ender heads board . A Lusty, Bawdy, The bride wore her mother's wedding gown of chantllly lace and duchess ivory Mrs. Russell Moore J HQ Miss Cynthia Ann Sexton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lee Sexton of Nutwood Drive in Anchorage, became the bride of Michael M. Best on Friday, Dec. 21, at the Church of the Epiphany. Rev. Richard F. Fowler officiated at the 7:30 pm candlelight ceremony. Miss Darlene Sue Szymansky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Szymansky of Brookrldge Lane, became the bride of Russell Edward Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore of Regency Lane, on Saturday, Dec. 22, at Baptist Tabernacle. The Rev. Joe P. Williams officiated at the 7 pm ceremony which was followed by a reception In the church. Mrs. Debbie Field was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Rlkkl Szymansky, sister-in-la- w of the bride, Pam Davis and Robin Erdman. Jeff Hayes was best man and Jim Hayes, Jerry Hayes and Don Szymansky served as ushers. The bride attended Spencerlan College and has been employed at Louisville Wholesale Liquor Company Inc. Moore, who serves in the U. S. Marine Corps, Is stationed in Rota, Spain, where the couple will make their home. MW. 3 OPELO SEXTON-BE- ST SZYMANSKY-MOO- RE trict. will be Included : The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Maurice M. Best Jr. of New Albany, Ind. DINNER THEATRE Mrs, VEECHOALE LOUISVILLE MM, ROAD SIMPSONVILLI CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 4J1-490- 0 4 SIMPSONVILLI 722-1J 1 IMS ts. ' ii HI mm TO Pre-weddl- ng sJlPt. oeasons s RPENTER DOUGHERTY-C-A Miss Coleen Ann Dougherty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Dougherty of Tallwood Road became the bride of William Collins Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carpenter of Girard Drive, on Saturday, Dec, 22, at Holy Trinity Church. Rev. Robert Ray officiated at the 11 am ceremony. Miss Doreen Dougherty, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Kathleen Dougherty and Miss Patricia Carpenter, sisters of the bride and groom. was Michael Carpenter, Best man brother of the groom. Gary Carpenter, brother of the bridegroom, and Dale, Daniel and Patrick Dougherty, brothers of the bride, served as ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Hunting Creek Country Club. The bride is a graduate of St. Mary's College of Notre Dame. She Is now a teacher at St. Albert the Great School. The bridegroom, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, is a commercial real estate associate with Walter Wagner Jr. Company. showers were given by Mrs. Eugene Mclndoe, by Mrs. Robert L, Jones and by Mrs. John R. Cham-berlJr. and Mrs. Kurt Krafft. The bridal luncheon was given by Mrs. Louis J. Jones. Following a wedding trip to Callaway Gardens, Ga., the couple will make their home at 9406 Doral Court, Apt. 11. The members of the Louisville Board of Realtors wish to extend this Holiday Season's joy and happiness to their many friends and business acquaintances. Realtor is looking forward to serving your real estate needs during the 1974 New Year. Each-memb- r I Pre-weddl- ng ln REALTOR y & " Correction Louisville Board of Realtors k f 513 r S. Second St. Louisville, Ky. 40202 The telephone number of the Commission for Handicapped children was incorrect in last week's edition of The Voice. The correct number is 630-529- 1. 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