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1 1 I 7 f (,7y, ('of By iu:i;ii lli:,l ts) Courier Journal Stff Writer The "Ten ()ulsl;iil(llii YouiiK lYnpIr of Louisville ;md Mferson ('ounly for 1 !)()!)" were iKiiucd ycslei'dav in the nly Named by I intjiry Chili's fotirl h ;iniiu;il uled six nirls and four 57 nominees for aca-and aca-and aca-and rxtraciirricular Lmiisvilli eontesl . The winners inc hoys chosen from domic, volunteer achievements. Principals of all hinh schools in the city and county were invited to nominate two students. Phyllis Kniyhl, of WIIAS radio and television, presented plaques to the winners at the club's luncheon meeting at the Brown Hotel yesterday. The 47 runners-up runners-up runners-up received certificates of recognition. Arthur Thomas Blanford, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T, Blandord, of 85(i Ash. lie is a senior at Atherton High School, plays the accordion and clarinet, sings in the school's barbershop quartet and made classical music tapes for a local radio station. Sherry Davis, 17, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. lioland I). Davis, of 1711 Nightingale Nightingale Road. She is a senior at Thomas Jefferson Jefferson High, treasurer of the Beta Club, secretary of the National Honor Society, a Girl Scout for six years and participated participated in the Mile of Dimes fund drive. Charlotte Hammond, 18, daughter of Mrs. Arlean Hammond, of 4022 W. Broadway, and John Hammond. She is a senior at Presentation Academy, vice president of the National Honor Society and associate editor of the school paper. She entertains twice a month at the Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Center and was a summer volunteer for the Kentucky Mental Health Center, Miss Hammond, para- para- Vetlincr .to Slay Another Year Charlie Vettiner has changed his mind about quitting as director of the Metropolitan Metropolitan Park and Recreation Board at the end of the year. He asked the board yesterday to reelect People ioUiry gels ariiiiud m a wheelchair. lyed from Ihe u;iisl dnuii since. ,v.'e 2, a lueinher of Hie Nalimial Honor and a participant in the Upward pi oi'i'aiii for three .sears at the t'lii,-vcr.Mty of Louisville, -where she earned nine credit, hours. . (.itry Hatfield, It), son of .Yrr. and Mis.-Joe Mis.-Joe Mis.-Joe Hatfield, of W.i Norman Circle, lie is a senior at DiutcII llieji, captain of the football team, president of the llela Club, a member of the National Honor Society and has received all county and all-state all-state all-state honorable mention in football. Hatfield will attend the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. David A. I.amar, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lamar, of 4602 Blenheim Road. He is a junior at Waggener High, teaches a Sunday school class, plays drums for the Agape Singers and is a member of the steering committee of the ecumenical Youth Encounter of the Council of Churches. Lamar does volunteer volunteer work at Louisville Methodist Hospital. Hospital. Stephen Marks, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Marks, of 8302 Smyrna Road, lie is a senior at DeSales High, president of the National Honor Society and directed a tutoring program sponsored sponsored by the society. Marks is a member of Junior Achievement and was a winner in the regional science fair. Ann E. McKcnzie, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Y. McKcnzie Sr., of 8101 S. Hudson Lane, Fern Creek. She is senior at Fern Creek High, Beta Club secretary, delegate to the Kentucky Youth Conference on Juvenile Delinquency Delinquency and captain of the high school swimming team. Miss McKcnzie spent three years as a volunteer counselor at a camp for retarded children and one year as a bowling instructor for retarded .children. Barbara Jean Means, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Means, of 6204 W. Pages Lane. She is a senior at Pleasure Ridge Park High, a National Merit Scholar semi-finalist, semi-finalist, semi-finalist, editor of a Sunday youth newspaper for her church and was a member of the 1968 All-County All-County All-County Band and the 1969 All-County All-County All-County Orchestra. Cynthia L. Pryor, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pryor, of 1707 S. 37th. She is a senior at Central High School, Huhy Kae Richards, Hi, dan-Jder dan-Jder dan-Jder Mr. and Mrs. George R. Richards, 213 Shawnee Drive. She is a senior Shawnee High School and a member the National Honor Society. She for two summers as a physical aide at St. Anthony Hospital. . Ml WAY IliRralitn-.lw"il,,i:KfR IliRralitn-.lw"il,,i:KfR BHMMHHMfaMIMMHHd iy Medford-Henry Medford-Henry Medford-Henry Joneslce Meriwefher FIRST RUN I Cl IXItnOclilNfMLiiMNii i5Jt ntiw fry HM f Rl fKLinfJ f f i ' t i Kfuv, . o;.K .rt ! 1 P Klft PTJucd tt ! tWWO J i umviiui rictuH ticniicwoi NOW- NOW- REGULAR PRICES -TWILITE -TWILITE & ADULTS I.BO- I.BO- CHILDREN THRU 1 - l-RHIE

Clipped from The Courier-Journal25 Apr 1969, FriPage 15

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)25 Apr 1969, FriPage 15
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