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 - per cent stays here for local chapter...
per cent stays here for local chapter activities. activities. The chapter keeps some money at all times in a patient service fund to handle emergencies. Last month, for instance, there was a call from Hopkinsville for a child who needed a. $600 ultrasonic nebulizer. The Mid-South Mid-South Mid-South Chapter will furnish equipment when the parents cannot afford afford it and when it cannot be obtained through the Kentucky Commission for Handicapped Children or other agencies. The 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old chapter, which serves Kentucky and eight Southern Indiana counties, also provides educational materials materials about the disease. This past year Mrs.' Richards covered 14,000 miles across the state showing films and speaking to groups. A cystic fibrosis clinic, funded by the national foundation, is located at the University University of Kentucky Medical Center and serves about 70 children. Last fall through a door-to-door door-to-door door-to-door door-to-door door-to-door campaign campaign in the state and special events in various localities, the chapter raised $65,000 for its work. Mr. and 31 re. McGarvey lo live in Lexington JUDITH ELAINE MORGAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Everett Morgan, became the bride of John Thomson McGarvey, son of Mrs. Harold Gordon of Lexington and Davis Thomson McGarvey of Georgetown, Dec. 27 in the chapel of Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Presbyterian Church. After a wedding trip to Curacao, the newlyweds will live in Lexington. MR. AND MRS. Stanley B. Moore of Jeffersontown announce the marriage of their daughter, Jennie Melinda Moore, to Scott David Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hawkins of Grove City, Ohio, formerly of Jeffersontown. The wedding was Dec. 21 in Morehead Methodist Church, Morehead. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins will live in Morehead where they attend Morehead State University. ' THE LOUISVILLE Cardinal Garden Club will meet tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Ray Dunaway, 3104 McMahan Blvd. MARRIED DEC. 29 in the Chapel of Memories, Central Christian Church, Lexington, were Karen Elise Parsons and Date Frederick Chapman. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton R. Parsons of Lexington, formerly of Louisville. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Herbert Blizzard of Walton and Clyde Chapman of Verona. The newlyweds will live in Louisville.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 04 Jan 1972, Tue,
  3. [First Editon],
  4. Page 13

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