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Image 2 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), April 11, 1968

Part of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.)

r REPORTER, Thursday, April 11, 12S8 Baumer Cccf UclULlUzr OPPOSITE BOWMAJI FIELD mil Vmo rzSl f 1 U0R 3 BY LARRY WOODEN New Albany Relays with a time With the beginning of spring of 1:59.5. Baumer was also part of mile and the start of another track season, Durrett appears to be relay time which set a meet record with their clocking of the chief threat of all the in the Reporterland area. 3:27. Eastern also turned In an The Demons have enjoyed this Identical time, but Durrett was position for the last couple of awarded first place on the Judges' seasons, and can be expected to decision. Other members of the mile refight it out with Eastern and Val- ley for the top position in the lay team are Steve Boyd, Lee Roy Brock and Larry Brock. In county this year. addition, each of the boys is outCoach Adrian Cooksey, in asstanding in other events. sessing his team's chances for the current season, points to the Top Miler running events as his team's Steve Boyd Is the county's top main strengths. Cooksey has a miler, and along with Baumer veteran crew of runners return- he gives the Demons a strong -2 ing from last year, and they are punch in the distance events. particularly strong in the dis- Boyd won the mile In the New tance and middle distance events. Albany Relays with a time of 1- 4:30.9. DANCE STUDENTS from the Patsy Bloor Dance Studio in Okolona appeared recently on WHAS-TV- . Pictured here in costumes for the special Easter show are: back row, from left, Janet Sears, Bonnie Chaplin, Connie Olive, Suzanne Thompson; front row, Julia Lee Wiggenton, Melanie Votau, Diane Sheridan. Also appearing were Trudy Pendleton, Janice Husband, Robin Crowders, Susie Comley and Sherry Holland. IF YOUR LICENSE NUMBER ENDS IN Or 4 YOU MUST GET YOUR CAR INSPECTED BEFORE MAY 1 The locations below are OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATIONS, approved by the Kentucky Department of Public Safety. They are listed by neighborhood. Inspection lanes are open daily for your convenience. . - .mi u . i F?OAD BARDSTOWN a w, ' "r MOTORCYCLES ' Hma imir mnlnrrvrU incnM-f- . ed where the wheel are great in '68 HAR of BICKEL'S TEXACO 3301 Bardstown Rd. LOUISVILLE 4589286 1818 W.Broadway 778-274- SUNOCO SERVICE OUTER LOOP ENCO 5707 Minors Lane (at Outer Loop) 2920 Bardstown Rd. 458-921- 8 Holiday On Ice Contest Winner Is Mrs. Hurley 964-914- 0 POPLAR LEVEL RD. Mld-del- AN EARLY 'Jpj) $&L SALE 'A WITH 964-918-4 v GATEWAY KAISER TIRE CENTER 7321 Preston Goodyear Tires Alignment Front-En- 458-960-3 FERN VALLEY SINCLAIR 6601 Preston Front End Alignment 969-951- By-Pas- s 458-936-6 TAYLORSVILLE RD. BAKER'S TEXACO 3704 Tay lorsville Rd. Front End Alignment 458-941- 7 KMART 3911TaylorsvilleRd. FISK TIRES C. Goins R. L. Pack 8 363-461- 4547TaylorvilleRd. and delivery Free pick-uTop Value Stamp Road; Win All-Sta- All-Sta- rs, surprise was the score. After winning at Indianapolis on Friday night, theKen-tuckia- ns won by only 81-- 77 on Saturday night at Freedom Hall. The second game wasn't as close as the score indicates, however. 92-- 80 After leading by 16 points early first half, Kentucky appeared to be going through the motions the rest of the way. The Hoosiers managed to wipe out an 11 point Kentucky lead In the closing minutes to make It a little more Interesting. In the & i THE ORIGINAL-F- of almost 40 years Welcome Wagon hostesses have been makini friendly and informative calls they on newcomers-wheth- er be within our own nation or in some foreign country. flMMMMiaj BillyChumbler.ThadJaracy" If (ill v' and Grey Smith. In the second game, Jaracy and Smith paced the scoring with 15 each. Although Unseld was held to 13 in this one, he set a single game rebounding record of 21, two game mark and 27. ..a., m.a Realtors 361-116- ON INTERNATIONAL jot YOU'LL LOVE US HERE'S OUR MENU SlutJ ''""' a I I I ' f I COLIET SERVICE CENTER 8601 Preston Highway K 969-916-0 HIKES LANE JERRY BROWN'S SUPER SHELL 2911 Hikes Lane '..'1 services Creek Ministerial Association. Reverend Herbert Lattis, president of the association, said the Good Friday service will be held at St. Stephen Lutheran Church on Bardstown Road, from 12:10 until 12:40. It is planned for the convenience of those working in the area. Reverend Ralph Kempski, pastor of St. Stephen, will deliver the sermon. On Easter Sunday, a sunrise service will be held at 6:30 a.m. at the Beulah Presbyterian Church on Bardstown Road. Reverend Vernon Robertson, of College, will give the sermon. 5 Bel-larm- ' V" Z.' 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Hurley, 8803 Michael Edward Drive. INC On the basketball front, the Kentucky as expected, swept two games from Indiana over the weekend. About the only are planned for Good Friday and for Easter Sunday by the Fern OWENS PHILLIPS 66 458-984- MARTIN DISTRIBUTOR, 969 6881 "Out Mows Them All" McKAY'S STANDARD SERVICE IN A GREAT LIGHT BEER Special Services 2 SZZZi co:?., 9649186 1 Kentucky real polo 458-330- OKOLONA ASHLAND John T. Bridwell S.S. 8201 Preston 458-966- 451-893- 451-131- 4027 Preston Highway ENCO 3620 Buechel 896-011- Franklin A. 6 BY-PAS- S FOUNTAIN SQUARE 1 2 0L Joe Costanzo of Eastern set a meet record in the discus with a toss of 164'3". The Eagles also picked up a second place In the pole vault, a third In the high Jump and a third in the discus. The Eagles also had the county's only double winner In speedster Joe Watson. Watson captured both the 100 and 200 yard dashes with times of :10.2 and :22.7. Valley's Richard Smith set a meet record in the shot put with He was his heave of 579-12- ". also second In the discus throw. The Vikings also picked up a fourth place in the s hot put. Set By Churches SUBURBAN BUECHEL R. R. Adams J. B. Boaz 969-231-5 SINCLAIR Bardstown Rd. at Goldsmith Lane surpass Durrett. od PRESTON HIGHWAY Road Service 12 452-141- (A Both Eastern and Valley are strong in the field events, and it is here that the Eagles managed to gather enough points to er, SPRING 458-914-1 Relays, with all 28-points coming in the running events. Durrett placed fourth, behind the winner New Albany with 41, runner-up Eastern with 39, and third place Trinity with 30. Valley was the next county team in line, plac- eighth their 16 points; ROAD er, Mid-del- COLONIAL MARATHON 5050 Poplar Level Rd. d. Definite Threat Mrs. O. R. Hurley, 8803 Michael Edward Drive, is the grand prize winner of the Jefferson Reporter's Holiday On Ice contest. Along with her family, Mrs. Hurley will be treated to dinner and an evening at Holiday on Ice. The extravaganza has a number of performances from Wednesday April 10 through Sunday, April 28. The Hurleys, who have five Winners in drawings held at sons, placed their winning ticket sponsoring stores are: from in a box at Fern Creek Meat Bickel's Suburban Texaco, Mrs, Edna Heschke, 1935 Gardiner Market. Winners of tickets to Holiday, Lane; Fred J. King, 3321 Well On Ice in the Jefferson Reporter Ingmore; from Scorra Bards Coloring Contest include Sarah Vown Road, Betty Goodln, 2211 Bowlds, parents - Robert " Jieargrass; from Sqotty's Po; Bowlps, 8013 Watterson Trail, "lar Level road, Mrs.lHattieKa) Fern' Creek; Karen Eberenz, laher, 2607 Colin Avenue; front parents - Francis L. Eberenz, Fern Creek Flower Shop, Rob2227 Paris Drive; Marilyn ert M. Shieve, 6515 Watch Hill parents - Joseph F. Road; Betty Cecil, 10101 Oak Jr 7502 Michael Drive; Grove Road; Debbie Ann Davidson, parents -From Fern Creek Meat MarBroadus N, Davidson, 45 ket, W. S. Jenkins, 8609 Emer-ic- h; Drive; Naomi R. Watson, 9316 MichBarbara Ann Paulley, parents -- ael Edward Drive; from Holiday Joseph L. Paulley, 5222 Mount Inn, Steve Brody, 1900 Maple-woo- d; Washington Road; Gary Cox, parMark Kelly, co Holiday ents - Rev. Wendell Cox, 125 Inn; from Conoco Service Station, Arlene Steinward, 5003 Runic; W. F. Kidd, 6307 Sheila LIST NOW 458-925- STANDARD OIL Bardstown Rd. & Taylors-villeR- Larry and Lee Roy Brock are also outstanding in the dashes, Larry has turned in a :10.2 time in the 100 yard dash, and became In second in the 440 in the New Albany Relays with a good :51.0 effort. In addition, the Demons have a good hurdler In Gary Evans. Evans was second in the 120 yard high hurdles in the New Albany Relays with a :15.3 effort. His best time, however, was :14.9 turned In during an opening meet with Southern, and he could develop into one of the best around. i 2SC3 TAYLORSVILLE He also finished second in the Chattanooga Avenue; Nancy low hurdles with his time of Bowlds, parents - Robert P. :20.7, and he is also a definite Bowlds, 8013 Watterson Trail, threat In this event. Despite this abundance of talFern Creek; Sherry Ann Wilson, parents - Leonard W. Wilson, ent, Coach Cooksey still has one Unsold Made Difference- 2110 Havenview Drive; Debbie major problem. Thus far his team Westley Unseld's 29 points and Nichter, parents - William Nich-te- r, has not been very potent in the 17 rebounds were the difference 3814 Klondike Lane; Ronna field events. The Demons failed to score a in the first game, although he had Coulter, parents - Ronald E. single point in the New Albany plenty of help from Steve Cleven-ge- r, Coulter, 3329 Cornelia Drive. FOR FREEMAN GULF SERVICE 4215 Bardstown Rd. nnro Mea-dowvi- ew 9 OUTER LOOP BUCKINGHAM Baumer Is Senior David Baumer, now in his senior year after an outstanding career, is probably the best half-mller around. Baumer won first place in the 880 in last week's JOE FOVJLWS itqS cin-der- ( pr IT'S sfrr--- n ,v J - BARDSTOWN 3926 ml 3401 UPPER FOURTH RESTAURANTS ROAD RIVER ROAD AND RIVER ROAD 459-143- 2 896-446- 3 583-633- M

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