The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky on February 8, 1957 · Page 22
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FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1937 SECTION 2 Japanese Group Honors Louisville Girl I'uinling of Mother Urines A Medallion Brcnda Fry. 10, a fifth-grader 4 : at James M. Bond School, 2300 Cedar, has won a medallion from Japan for a painting she made of her mother. Japanese Ambassador Masa-yuk Tar.i wrote Brenda that her work helped "bring the children of the world closer together through love of their mothers." Brenda's mother, Mrs. Etta 1 fws - I A i" A 1S THE COURIER-J Or tt VL, LOUISVILLE, KY. r--, z& -t- r" sail mm r L. . T . I III 8 3 . :: J-V.,. .A,,:,'..,',' 1 1 V.- - V It A "-' JfS, iL : i ill fS 4hhi I . . VI f , I ill , i . . ' hi LYkpn ;z 7 'fz' Trim. tnLjiaM ininniMh Couritr-Journal Phot LOUISVILLE FUND DAYS are here again. Discussing campaign, from left, Sevier Ronnie, Jr., and Mrs. Dann C. Byck, sperial-gifts division; John R. Poteat, chairman. IHead of Louisville Fund Drive Tells Of Group's Music-Research Work r I Fry, 215 S. 21st, commented: "I'll never fuss at that child again for wanting to draw and paint all the time!" The contest Brenda entered was sponsored by the Morinaga Society for Praise of Mothers, Toyko, through the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. One of Six Americans Erenla was one of six American children cited for outstanding entries in the international contest. The medallion, a certificate of merit in Japanese, and the ambassador's letter were presented to Brenda yesterday by City School Superintendent Omer Carmichael. The ceremony was at a Bond-school assembly at Hill Street Baptist Church. Mrs. L. Y. Daniels was Brenda's fourth-grade teacher last spring when the portrait was painted. Educator Leavina Studcbaker Champion 4 door Sedan. One oj 18 new models. Modern research activity in the field of music they composed. Said the man, "Aren't they still?" 'is being carried on here through the Louisville But Poteat got a contribution from him. '.Fund, John R. Poteat said yesterday. Poteat noted that last year $115,500 was raised Poteat, general chairman of the 1957 Louis- in the drive, but $4,300 of that came from tho ville Fund drive, told workers in "the special-gifts Scots Guards concert sponsored by The Courier-division at the Pendennis Club: Journal, The Louisville Times, and WHAS "so we really raised only $11 1,200 from subscriptions." "I don'f know why ue should support research "This year we don't have the benefit of this in one field, such as medicine, and condemn tt concert," he continued, "and our budget is .in another." $125,000, or roughly a 12 per cent increase over last year." J He referred to the fact that some persons Dillman Rash, fund president and chairman have-criticized the Louisville Orchestra, a fund of the special-gifts division, said this year's agency, for commissioning new music. special-gifts goal is $85,000 $8,000 more than ", Poteat told of approaching a man for a con- was raised last year. tribution last year. Tl;e man raised the new-music Workers in the division will report at 4 p.m. .'objection, so Poteat told him that Bach, Bee- February 22 at the Pendennis. The campaign thoven, and Brahms were rejected at the time will end March 8. Ninety more miles on a tankful of gas that's about what you can expect from this Studebaker compared to the average of other big cars. No wonder Studebaker has won nearly twice as many economy run "Firsts" as its nearest competitor. Craftsmanship makes the big difference. See for yourself drive a Studebaker at your dealer's, today! June 1 for Post In Philippines Lexington, Ky., Feb. 7 tfi Dr. Lewis S. C. Smythe, professor of Christian community at the Wi'sl Crrinan Officials YirIimr Pi Win1 Fiinrrnl To lc Toilav ' -m-1 yt lit' I a 1 Studebaker-Packard CORPORATION College of The Bible, will leave For Lyon Court Clerk -Vkiliiis Fort Ciimphcll Al JxillfflOli pocifli fd I ill fcoynirjournii 7 tytlbt& filiak ttficytnitZTidft, coma June 1 to become assistant to the president of Silliman University in the Philippines. Dr. Smythe will help start a program of rural orientation for the school, operated by the Presbyterian, U.S.A., board of missions and affiliated with the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia. He will be accompanied by his wife, a physician on the medical staff at Berea College and former medical missionary in China. The Symthes expect to return in September, 1958. Dr. Smythe for 23 years was professor of sociology at the Courier Journd Wot Kentucky Burtau Fddyville, Ky., Feb. 7. The funeral for Ruben W. Marshall, G8, Lyon County Court clerk, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Eddyville Baptist Church. Marshall, who died last night at Riverside Hospital, Paducah, suffered a heart attack 10 days ago. Ue was in his 32d year as County Court clerk and had served as a County official longer than any other person in the 103-year history of the county. He was unopposed for Hopkinsvillc, Ky., Feb. 7. Three high-ranking officials of the West German Republic's Army arrived at Fort Campbell today to begin a two-day study cf the new atomic-era structure of the 101st Airborne Division. The men are visiting the near-hy post at the invitation of the State Department. The German delegation is headed by Lt. Gen. Hans Roetti-ger, whose position compares with that of the United States Army chief of staff; Lt. Col. Otto Uechtritz, of the organization section, and Major Ficisen-hausen, of the training section. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 7 CT1 Miss Jet Lady, a yearling gilt entered by Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Grannis, Jr., of Ewing, won the championship today in the Kentucky Hampshire Swine Show. Lucky Gent, entered by Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thomas, Beatty-ville, was the champion boar. Reserve champion gilt' was Queen Designer 2d, owned by W. B. and Virginia Caton, Cory-don, and reserve champion boar was Prairie Hawk, from the herd of W. J. Taylor, Danville. The top 20 gilts sold for an average of $110 and tho boars averaged $100. See Your Neighborhood Dealer Today University of Nanking in China. He camo to the College of Tho Bible five years ago. The Classified Ads Offer You Daily Opportunity News. the clerk's post in the last four elections. n en 'fill 9 Ml, MONDAY thru SATURDAY ri ioopr Ik Hi rl II II if M K Uil - I 5 w 1 v y . . . FOR THE WONDERFUL WELCOME YOU'RE giving OUR NEW KROGER STORE at ADO Itpiliill to -.i if I 11 II I 1 sj ww-- .CX.rifcwV'''' A MESSAGE FROM THE MANAGER "Just want to say 'thanks' for the wonderful reception you gave us at our new Kroger. My associates and I are proud of this big beautiful store and happy that we can servo you courteously and efficiently to help make your shopping a pleasure. Come again, come often for TOP-QUALITY FOODS at MONEY-SAVING prices. I'll be looking for you." V ROBERT GILLIM STORE MANAGER In Chaigc Of General Operoliom TO MR. HAROLD JONES & FAMILY 412 Creel Ave., Louisville, Ky. WINNER OF THE GRAND PRIZE 1957 Ford Tudor which was awarded WED., FE3. 6th 'fir h jr a TP i 'V H v.. V OPENING WEEK'S WINNERS DAILY PRIZES AUTOMATIC COOKER TUES...B, E. Triplet!, 4639 S. 6tfi St. WED,,. Mrs. Gladys Able, 11 21 Dresden DAN KENNEDY Co-Manager Store Operations RAY HIBD0N Meal Dept. Salei And Merchandiitng EDNA TIPTON Dairy Dept. Sales Promotions LOUIS L0TZE Frorjuce Dept. Sales And Merchandising LELAND ELLSWORTH Grocery Dept. Sales, Promotions and Displays MARY CAMBR0N Head Cashier and Check lant Operations i THUR...C. G.Stanley, 1403 Homeview ' Wmt IIIMie II PJAJ HA. M . fffif ARE JUST A fEW OF WE MODERN SHOPPING Self-Service Meats Free Parking for 120 Cars Modern Parcel p,jcpk Station tin. . . .winiam iiearn, diui s, is? m. BENDIX WASHER I SAT. . . .Herman Loyall, 542 Brentwood Refrigerated n Fresh Fruits & Vegetables 8 Modern Check-Out Stands Kng Privilege Service

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