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Image 9 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), April 11, 1968

Part of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.)

10 0 -- -- JEFFERSON REPORTER, Thursday, April 11, i::3-- 9 i io Pahs 1 ('Y 7 Meadow Heights Woman's Club has again entered tha "Clean-U- p, Fix-UPaint-U- p, contest sponsored by the Jefferson County Beautiflcatlon League and the Louisville Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Company. The club will supervise the painting of a house As Lent draws to a close and April 11, at 7:30 p.m. The paEaster approaches, Reporterland stors membership classes will Churches announce times and be received into the church on places for their special services. Palm Sunday and on Easter, at At St Paul's Episcopal Church the 10:45 a.m. Service. p" ' at 509 E. servthe traditional three-ho- ur ice will be held on Good Friday, from 12 noon to 3 p.m.. with Meditations on the seven last words. At 7:30 p.m. - Reflections on the seven last words will again be held. Easter Day at 8 a.m. there will be Communion; the Church School Easter Festival with Communion will be at 9 a.m.. and the Choral Eucharist with communion will be at 11 a.m. Street. Kentucky Mrs. William M. Desklns, chairman of the club's "Paint A House" project, said the owner will paint the house following the committee's instructions for color detail. The Kelley Technical Coating Company is the paint representative for the Meadow Heights project. Landscaping and exterior fix-- up touches will be added by the Meadow Heights committee before the contest ends on May 30. Judging will take place on May 27 and winners will be announced at an awards luncheon meeting. ARMY MAJOR Roger W. Herrmann, right, receives the Bronze Star Medal during ceremonies near Long Binh, Viet Nam. Congratulating him is Brigadier General John S. Lekson, chief of staff Eight of the 10 largest cities In the country lost population between 1950 and 1960. of the II Field Force Viet Nam. Major Herrmann's wife, Jean, lives at 193S Gardiner Lane. MR ri vito)0U a Cu:t!::l Clergy Finn Scrvlio REPAIR REMODELING atin 969-232- 8 T AL A INDUSTRIAL U 24 HOUR RADIO DISPATCHED SERYICE EMERGENCY I HOUR SERVICE CITY COUNTY SERVICE Gcd Fcr NEW INSTALLATIONS RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCI- . i. .... .4 V WIDE JGAWG3 PLUf.lDING REPAIR SERVICE INC. 3909 Bishop lane Easter cantata, "NoGreater Love," followed by Communion. The Easter message will be given April 14. At Davis Memorial Baptist Church the message of Easter will be given at morning and evening services, 10:45 a.m. and Grace Episcopal Church will 7:30 p.m. have a service on Good Friday St. Barnabas Church: Good at 12 noon with Stations of the Cross at 7:30 p.m. Holy Satur- Friday, at 2:30 p.m., unveiling day, Liturgy at 12 noon with and adoration of the Cross; at 2:30 11 p.m. on Holy Saturday, BlessConfessions at 10:30-11:3- 0, -- 3:30 and 7- -8 p.m. Easter Day ing of the Fire, Lighting of the masses at 8 and 10 a.m. Church Paschal Candle, Easter water at school after the 10 a.m. mass. the Baptismal Font and renewing of Baptismal vows. Easter mass At The King's Daughters Home, at 12 midnight. Easter Day masses at 7, 8, 9, 1705 Stevens, Dr. Herman McDonnell, a member of Highland 10:30 a.m. and at 12 noon. Park First Baptist Church, will bring the message Easter Day, at 3 p.m. : . v "Come work with us on a ftlercury, Cougar or AAontogo We'll save you money money than you ever thought possible"! Yl-O-- R-E Oliclcr.a St!:c:l Friday At St. Andrew United Church of national service for Good Friday has been scheduled by the Buechel Ministerial Association and members of the clergy of various churches in the area will participate. The service will begin at noon and will continue until 1:45 p.m. It will center on the Seven Last Words of Christ. It will be held at St. Bartholomew Church. Those taking part In the service will be Reverend James S. Dalton of St. Martha Church; Reverend Jack McComas, of Reverend Fairdale Christian; Jerry Timmel of St. Pius X; Reverend Baron Novak, of Midland Park Presbyterian; Reverend John Dishman, St. Plus X; Reverend Victor Priebe, of Buechel Park Baptist; Reverend Henry L. Mitchell of St. Bartholomew, The service will feature songs, prayer, scripture readings and lines sage j. I.iv An Thursday, April Hat7:30a.m. the Chancel Choir of Deer Park Baptist Church will present an. inter-deno- ml .". Christ on Good Friday, Reverend Llnwood Kennedy will speak on lias Prcgrap the topic "It Is Finished" at the In 7:30 p.m. Communion servce. Day at 10:30 a.m. his Easter The annual spring recreation message on Faith and Hope will program at Okolona Elementary be followed by Communion. School was held on March 29 in the Meadowvlew Presbyterian school auditorium. Members of tumbling, dancing Church will have the sanctuary and baton classes who were in the open all day Good Friday, for prayer and meditation. Reverend spring recreation program, perIn the show. Recreation P. C. Enniss will bring an Easter formed message April 14 at 10:45 a.m. board Instructors for the classes There will be special music were James Dudley, Linda Inlour and Judy Swlnney. .V The Kentucky Mountaineers Calvary Lutheran Church will and Terry Salleee, apantomlmist have a Good Friday Service at also performed during the show, 7:30 p.m. Easter Day services Larry Riddle, a student atSou-the-rn are: Communion at 7 a.m. breakHigh School, was master of followed by Church School, fast, ceremonies for the performance. at 9:30 a.m. and Worship ServThe show was the climax of ice, 10:45 a.m. ek the spring recreation program at Okolona Elementary The Holy Communion Serlvce St. Mark Methodist Church School. Recreation Coma and get 'Gin vhih they last! at wfll be held Maundy Thursday, or (like New) 170 Flay Host Factory air, automatic, power steering, radio, whit sidewolli, low mileage. To Bon Air Cfeb J Bon Air Homemakers will meet April 17 at the home of Mrs. Walter Caldwell, 4409 Rudy Lane. 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