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INVITATION TO BID
of Education will receive
sealed bid.s for Physical
Education Buildings for:
BUTLER HIGH - 2222
DURRETT HIGH - 4409
WACGENER HIGH - 330
South Hubbard Lane.
Bids will be received for
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION (INCLUDING SITE
of Education, 3332 NaW&ixi Road;?
Louisville, Kentucky. All
bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud in the Auditorium.
The Drawings and Specifications are on file at:
1. Dept. of New Buildings, Jefferson County
P.oard of Education
2. Hartstern, Schnell.
Associates, 200 McDowell Building
3. Builders Exchange of
Kyana nlumnae Chapter
of J, ha Omicron Pi Sorority
announces the following new ofT.
Maurer, president; Mrs. James
K, Evans, vice president; Mrs.
Ralph Isbcll, treasurer; Mrs.
Linden Brooks, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Henne, corresponding secretary and Mrs.
students from each school will
attend a preview of the Louisville
Zoo. Students representing Luhr
will be Billy and Susan Schmidt
and Kathi Bandy.
plans returned within seven
(7) days before the bid
or material suppliers may receive sections of plans from
Jayne Marie Rogers will appear on HI Varieties' Special
Easter show April 13. She has
been studying accordion for almost two years at Music Mart,
under her teacher, Larry
BLUE PRINT COMPANY.
No Drawings, Specifica-
tions or proposal forms
will be issued to bidders
later than five days prior
to the bid date.
Bid Guaranty in the form
of a Certified Check or a
Check in the
forth in the pro-
posal shall accompany each
The owner reserves the
right to accept or reject
any or all bids.
INVITATION TO BID
The Jefferson County
Board of Education will receive sealed bids on LABORATORY MICROSCOPES
STEREO - MICROSCOPES
at 10:00 a.m.,
Bids will be received in
the office of the Associate
Superintendent for Financial Affairs, Jefferson
County Board of Education,
3332 Newburg Road, Louis-
ville, Kentucky 40218.
Specifications are on file
for reference at the above
The Board of Education
reserves the right to accept or to reject any or all
E. C. Grayson,
for Financial Affairs
BY MARGARET WALKER
It seems to me from Pole to
are the times that try
But out of darkness and despair
They truly find the why and where
The Okolona Jaycee-ett- es
planning an Easter Egg Hunt for
the children of the Okolona community on April 13 at 2 p.m. on
the grounds at Southern High
All children under the age of
12 years are invited to attend.
Each child should bring his or
her own Easter basket to gather
eggs. There will also be special
Mrs. Clarence H, Wagner, Jr.
is chairman of the Easter Egg
Hunt and is assisted by
Mrs. James Hutchinson,
iates and Seniors of Audubon Baptist Church, April 9. On Wednesday of Spring Vacation the
group will leave the church for a
Youth Retreat atCampPiomingo.
"TURN ON, TUNE IN, DROP INTO ACTION, . . WITH CHRIST"
is tie theme of the retreat Three
special guests will be on the program - Chaplain Boyd McLock-li- n,
assistant chaplain at General Hospital, Jim Bule, a third
year theology student at Southern
Seminary, and Miss Barbara
Thurman, from Shawnee, Oklawho Is
St. Regis Park Sets
Easter Egg Hunt
Louisville Library Club
To Hold Spring Meeting
Hundreds of brightly colored
The Louisville Library Club
eggs are being readied by St. will hold Its spring meeting at
Regis Park residents for the an6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April
nual Easter Egg Hunt, to be lie Id 24 at Lincoln Income Towers.
Saturday. April 13, In the Gideon
Dr. Bernard Fry, dean of the
Shryock School yard, beginning at
new graduate Library School at
10 a.m. James Evans, a St. Regis
Councilman, Is in charge of ar- Indiana University will speak.
topic will be "The Relation of
All children, from three to Library Services to
eight years of age, who are residents of St. Regis, are invited.
A dinner will be held wun the
They must register at 10 a.m. meeting and the cost per person
and get their name tags, to be is $2,50. For reservations, coneligible for the many prizes. tact Mrs. Christine James at the
There will be kiddy rides and Courier-Journ- al
Library no later
than April 19.
Elections will be held from 2
to 4 p.m. at the fire house, 3018
Annual Spring Card Party
MARY KORFHAGE, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Korf-hag- e
Set At St. Stephen Martyr
of 8407 Ferndale Road,
recently received an award from
Mortar Board, a leadership society for woman at the University of Kentucky. Mary is a junior in the College of Home Economics and is
High School graduate.
Members of the St. Anne Altar
Society of St. Stephen Martyr
Church are sponsoring their annual spring card party on Wednesday, April 17 at 8 p.m.
It will be held at the church,
at Hess Lane and Pindell Avenue. The public is invited.
All sprayed, wrapped, pruned, balled and burlapped.
See this special
The children at Brooklawn
Chlldrens Home have attended
many special events during past
months, including the University
of Louisville basketball games,
Kosalr Shrine Circus, Father-so- n
Banquets at Bethel and St
James United Churches of Christ,
a dance at Brooklawn featuring
"The Flagmen," and avialttoSt
Paul Methodist Church to hear
Fran Tarkenton, Quarterback of
the New York Giants. Barbara
Casey and Ken Whittlngton made
the Honor Roll recently at Seneca
The WSCS of St Mark Methodist Church will meet April 22
Instead of April 15, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. James Tate, the only woman
member of the Board of Educa
tion, will speak on the subject
St. Mark Methodls t Church
owes a vote of thanks to Boy Scout
Troop 340. All winter the walks
around the church have been kept
free of snow. In the last big snowfall they braved the atorm and
kept the walks cleared so no one
had to walk in the snow.
FINE SELECTION OF
Severe! Varieties of
Pf Itier lunipor
5400 OUTER BELT
WE REPAIR ALL
TECH CARE RCA Whirlpool
Tryouts will be held soon for
variety show at Meadowvlew
Presbyterian Church, to be spon-
sored by the seventh, eighth, and
ninth grade youth groups. Watch
for tryout dates.
BUD'S APPLIANCE SERVICE
4406 St. Rita Drivt
The sympathy of residents of
Park is extended to
Mrs. George Willtnger, on ther
death of Mr. Willinger, of 2832
Ashfield Lane, who passed away
suddenly last month.
Willinger, a former councilman of St Regis Park, put in
many long hours of work for the
city during and after his term of
office. The April Town Meeting
had been announced at the Wil-
Call for FREE ESTIMATE
15 NARWOOD DRIVE
linger home. It was
to the Olmstead home, 4300
Harold Moore, presiding minister of the Okolona Congregation
of Jehovah's Witnesses, announced recently that a three-da- y
training program will be held in
Baidstown May 9.
More than 1,200 people from
Kentucky are expected to attend.
"Strengthening One Another To
Remain In The Faith."
The public is invited.
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An Easter egg hunt will be held
April 13 from 2 to 3:30 at St
Mark Methodist Church for all
children from tots through sixth
grade.The children through third
grade will have an egg hunt; the
third through sixth grades will
have an egg roll. Each child is to
bring six colored eggs. The Senior MYF will have a retreat at
Cedar Ridge Lodge April 12 and
in the McMahan Volunteer Fire
District are asked to vote Saturday, April 20, to fill two positions
on the department's Board of
Children will gather in front of
Southern High School for the egg
McMahan VFD Elections
To Be Saturday
To set the world straight again
Bind all its wounds to mend,
And with a stronger dedication
Put light and hope in all creation!
ward to the Spring Garden Mart
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
Jeffrey Charles White, the son
where they purchase plants and
of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt A.White,
shrubs for their gardens.
was baptised Marchl7inBuechel
An Arts and Crafts Booth has
been added with a collection of
paintings on wooden shingles, by
The young folks at Buechel
James Head, whose showing this
year at St. James Court Art Methodist Church are looking
Fair received considerable at- forward to a Spring Retreat at
tention. Head Is the husband of the Camp Loucon, April 26-2-8.
booth chairman, Mrs. Judy Head.
Rackley, Student Assistant, is
There will be Ray Harm prints,, busy rounding up adult advisors,
paintings, craftwork, handmade transportation, and folks who can
articles, and many gift items. help prepare the meals. It will
The Mart will be held April 24. be a weekend of fun and spiritual
The White Elephant Booth is,; refreshment,
in the charge of Mesdames A.b
Riches, take wings, con:
W. Wlllard, Walter French,
ivl vinrta vanish hnn withers
Rolnh niaoffnu; a nH William U4I- -n fe.hr' v ..H ji
Love is GOD.
Frank Dodson will handle thej
Backyard Sales, where most any- -;
thing may be found at any price. )
Three Spring Meadows girls
The Country Store and Baked' attended the Girls Auxiliary
Goods booth wll offer a variety . Queen's Court at Campbellsvllle
College last month. They were
of things to eat. Mesdames William Nielsen, Craig Cogswell ad
Queen Regent, Eugene Campbell;
D en1 se
Spencer Bridge are chairmen.
The booths will be open at 10:30 W i n g f 1 e 1 d, and Queen, Bonnie
Fltts. They were accompanied by
4. F. W.Dodge Corporation, 3715 BardstownRoad.
Copies of the documents
will be furnished to qualified contractors by Architect upon deposit of $50 for
each set which will be refunded as follows:
(a.) A lump-suplans returned within five
(5) days after bid,
days are ahead for the Intermed-
at present Youth
For many years folks in the Director at S ouths id e Baptist
to be held the final night. As a
part of the same program three Hikes Point area have looked far -- Church,
Several piano students from the
area participated in a
piano recital presented by Mary
She is a third grade student
Alice Robison at the Baldwin Re- at Cur Lady of Lourdes and
cital Hall, Thursday, April 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Included in the program were Rogers, 3709 Winchester Road.
Michelle Baker, Beth, Cathy and
Club 60 at the Jewish Com,
munity Center will have Arthur
Barney Strange, Amy Broyles and S. Kling as guest speaker April
18, at 10 a.m. He will speak on
"The Imlgrant in America."
The Gray Y boys from the 5th
Passover refreshments will be
and 6th grades at Luhr received served. Cn April 23 the program
a trophy as basketball champions at the weekly social will feature
In the Y.M.C.A. Gray-- Y tournaSpanish and Mexican d ances by
America Den ham and vocal seThey won over all other parlections by Ruth Martin, leader
ticipating schools in the county. of the Senior House choral group,
Games were held each Saturday
during the past season at Atherton
April 15 is the reservatioi s
High school. Tie trophy was the deadline for the Older Adult Refirst to bo presented to the new gional Conference to be held in
Cincinnati, May 7. There will
be workshops, entertainers, naSeveral groups at theMattieB. tionally known speakers, sightLuhr School are taking part in seeing and social events. Many
Youth appreciation week, sponClub 60 members plan to attend
sored by the Louisville and Jefferson County Youth CommisSue Lively, the daughter of Mr.
sion, April 15 through 19. Several and Mrs. Charles Lively, will
art works done by the students marry Paul Hicks in a candlewill be displayed.
light ceremony April 20, at 7:30
The recreation cheerleading p.m., inSt. Andrew United Church
class will take part in the open- of Christ.
ing parade on April 15 and comA reception at the church will
pete in the cheerleading contest follow the ceremony.
There are Just two days left,
April 11 and 12, to see "Easter
Gardens of the U.S." at the Mall,
on Shelbyvllle Road. Six area
Garden clubs are displaying gardens representing various areas
of the United States. Children
will be interested in a garden
and an incubator. The show is
sponsored by the Council of Federated Garden Clubs, with Mrs.
Humbert C. Cozza, Jr., chairman
and Mrs. C. J. Berquist,
tral Office, Jefferson
Bids will be received
until 3:00 P.M. EST, Wed.,
April 17. 1968. at the CenCounty
Social And Persona
last Thursday at
10 a.m., at the Fern Creek Community Building, 6108 Bardstown
Road. The Fern Creek Community Womens Club is sponsoring
the Center, which will be open
the first and third Thursdays of
each month, and offers various
activities for all senior citizens.
Call Mrs. J. D. Maultsby, 8111
Fern Dale road or Mrs. Ernest
Kaufman, 8800 Fern Dale Road
for further information.
April which ushers In the first
glorious days of spring, when the
birds begin building their nests,
the farmer plants his early crop,
the suburbanite plans his small
garden, and flower lovers eagerly
await the day when It is warm
t enough to
set out those early
plants in their gardens and flower
boxes, also ushers In four Holy
Palm Sunday, marking the entry of Christ Into Jerusalem, was
celebrated In Protestant and
Catholic churches last Sunday. It
was also the start of Holy Week.
Good Friday, three-ho- ur
services in Protestant and Catholic
I mnm. umt
commemorate the last
day of Jesus' life. His crucifixion and burial.
April 13 is the beginning of
0tm T. lw N.
LW? Passover for our Jewish brethren, an eight-da- y
marking the deliverance of the
Jews from slavery in Egypt.
April 14 is a universal Catholic and Protestant Holy Day
which commemorates the resur"
cS C-- r
rection of Jesus, when the angels
proclaimed to the women at the
empty tomb - "He is not here -He is risen." This year Eastern
Orthodox holy days are a week
SELECTING THE GOWN, arranging for the church and choosing
later - Palm Sunday at St. Michael's Eastern Orthodox is April
a cake are only a few of the many things that go right along with
14; Holy Week starts April 15,
planning a wedding. One thing a Reporterland bride doesn't want
to forget is to let the Jefferson Reporter know about her plam If and Easter is April 21.
you are engaged or planning to be married, tell ui These Engagement-A senior citizen "drop-i- n"
Report forms will be mailed to you upon request