May 11 1972
For Bonanza state-chartered ox Aei.tu-Ky Aei.tu-Ky en-loying en-loying en-loying the distinctive tavern food include Mr.' and Mrs. David Apple, Mrs. William J. Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Baiksdale, Miss Lillian Bell, Mrs. Frank E. Ccoley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ehme, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Southgate, Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Keith, Mrs. Donald E. Freer, Mrs. Robert E. Hauser, Mrs. David Holmes. Mrs. Thomas, L. Huckaby, Mrs. Alexander MacMillan, Mrs. Raips M F'fresh, Mrs. Lou Meyer, Mrs. David Finfrock, Mrs. Jack Low-low, Low-low, Low-low, Mrs. Fred W. Pressler, Mrs. Ada Hutchinson Simpson, Mrs. L. Eugene Owens, Mrs. Geo. Washington Washington and Mrs. William Cottingham. lines provided for the public housing. housing. The low income area is about 80 black, Hopkins explained, and has never had sewers, water lines or paved streets. "We want Elsmere to be a place where our children will want to come back to after they get an education," he said. Augusta Honors Schools Head, Major Hanson AUGUSTA, Ky. Mayor Tom Appleman and Augusta City Council Council have declared this week Major Hanson Week in honor of Major Hanson who is retiring after 29 years as superintendent of Augusta city schools and 50 years of school service, 21 of which was as a faculty faculty member of Millersburg Military Institute, Millersburg. Friends and former classmates of the educator have planned several several events in his honor. Wednesday, the Mary Inglis Heritage Foundation plans a picnic at the Augusta Boat Dock.the Beta Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Joe Mahan, will present a program program "this is your life" on May 20 at 8 p. m. at the high school gymnasium. gymnasium. Following this an open house will be held . with the Heritage Heritage Heights Woman's Club as hostess. Mr. Hanson, 69, and his wife reside reside at 307 Bracken St., Augusta.