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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 11, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioPee 2-a the times Star wednesday november 11, 1953 Pat activities Ca Irma several quotes from the Edgewood. Dinner will be served Book a you Are very Young a in the cafeteria from 5 to 8 p. End a description of classroom teachers will Welcome parents work at the week Day school of in the classrooms from 6 to 8 religion were Given by mrs. E. P. To View displays of Stu a. Taylor superintendent of the dents work. The school band school of religion when she a under direction of Roger geared As guest speaker at the Schueler will present a half november meeting of Covington hour concert beginning at 8 p. City Council of Parent teacher other activities will be Contu a amp so citations. Ous during the arrangements for the fathers night program of were made at the novem Southgate Pat included several apr meeting of the Pat con selections Sung by kindergarten ducted by mrs re ssh Clark and first Grade pupils and a a Dent a a was announced that thanksgiving prayer read by the next met Eling will Trike place mrs. Gordon Cross spiritual Edu in thursday it dec 3> instead of cation chairman. During the on regularly scheduled Date homemakers Woc social Christmas party plans Dis to the Roll Call members of South i cussed at the november meeting it Mitchell homemakers club Brae opened their november meeting club monday included a unania Mous vote favouring re Mem be he me mrs. T. F. Zer Brances for children of Holly Husen pleasant Ridge Avenue. Hill sponsored by the group in w a. Ruh president j Stead of the Exchange of gifts asked members to participate by in. Among members. Placing on display handmade a mrs. C m Lee of Beech Wood articles at the annual Kenton a Avenue it Thomas the hostess. County Christmas exhibit. The and mrs. Ralph Grimm prepared object of this exhibit is to Cir and served the luncheon As the curate ideas the homemaker May november project. Mrs. R. D. Incorporate into her Christmas finn gave the devotional Mes theme she said Sage on the theme a take time a the Hearthstone will be the mrs. Robert Manlove was Wel setting for the clubs Christmas come As a guest. Party. Members will Exchange in addition to those already handmade gifts. Arrangements mrs Merrill Swain or. General chairman for the mentioned the following re re being made by mrs. To f. Sponged to Roll Call with favorite use program chairman proverbs mesdames Ira Trues 5f.01? phase of the Rug Dell de Joslyn a r Clapp. W a a a a f"r0l?. We i h. Callahan to w. Condron Sam j1 5 Quot e Sev non in Ier her direction members Learned How to lace turn and join braids. Attending were mesdames Al Mcnutt. Business session members voted due to hot of Holiday season. To Purchase a food Freezer for the lunchroom and discussed the anneal open House and fes educational to station concern rival sponsored by Dixie Heights ing which the group decided to High school Pat will be held obtain More information. Thursday nov. 19, at the school. It was announced that Tameji dinner will be served from 5 can education week will be of to 8 p. There will be Booths served at the school with class and other entertainment. Mrs room visitation on Friday nov Joseph Skeen dinner chairman 13, for parents. Is being assisted by mesdames a./., William Savage Hal Troxil admission will be by ticket William Sharpe Wayne Rusk to my air Only at the Square dance being Job Eph Stief Rod and oeo.ge1 Given by fifth District school Ficke a i homemaker s club Parent teacher association Cov mrs Robert Scott is in charge a Merrill Swain or i he party a Horne of mrs Wiiiam Case Lin Toohey and t. F. Zerhusen in ton Friday. Nov. A3, at 8 p. Of the dining room mrs. Lloyd will take place on i ,Iden Avenue mrs Lawrence a. In the school auditorium Kutsur it tickets mrs. James . 12. At 8 p. Min the Gerding presided at Quot the business clubhouse 6 North it. Thomas meeting. The devotional was Avenue. Read by mrs Wiiiiam Church Centennia members responded to Roll Call Ivhon Wiliam t ibis a a la Tnie a err per by Covington who him com i secret pal. For the coming a Etc his by 1�mjna Visi eth completed 1----- Hho a ath cry pop Pic a a a clubs amp lodges Bethel 5, International or a 8 15 p. M., in the school cafeteria. Ier of jobs daughters coving proceed will be used in opera ton will have semiannual Tion of the cafeteria. Hand pm inspection thursday nov. 12, at or ordered pillows lips 7 30 p. With miss Margaret awarded. Morgan honoured Queen presid-1 chairman ing. Miss Mildred Dean Newport grand guardian of the state of Kentucky will be the inspecting officer. A Large class of Candi-1 dates will be initiated and the mrs. W. Will be Lenihan is officers will exemplify the ritual a lesson on a foods a Given i by leaders. Mrs. Sherman Risch Herf deters Robert Eastman annual dessert card party tand mrs. Mike Furio followed by Frank Gillman Bernard a. Iii being sponsored by inter the serving or the prepared Primm. J a. Huelefeld augus who a a a a of a a a Tellow Ehin department. It. Wishes was the highlight of the Jne b. L a a let a h b. R0uuedg�, Thomas woman a club is mrs november Meeyung of Southgate Willis a Ruh Charles e. Steven held in the so up Al Schrudde Joseph a. is tic work of the order. A report will be made by miss Charlene Andrews chairman of the bake Sale. Plans for a Panama party will be made and Complete details for the honoured Queen s Church Day will be announced. Following the meeting refreshments will be served. All members of jobs daughters master masons and a members of the order of the Eastern Star Are invited to attend the meeting. Herbert Heffner / i mothers club St Stephen the annual Turkey social of Church Newport will meet thursday at 8 p. In the club room. Members Are asked to bring grocery items. Givi Mataloy for Christmas. Mrs. Ray Raper ways and Means awol to publicity mrs. Sam chairman announced. Tickets gerr0si Jitney dance mrs. May be obtained from mrs. Nor i Antony Acx motion picture Bert Lieberman. Hemlock 7324, mrs Frant Gillman donations or mrs. Raper Axtel 5276. Mls. Harold Koch dance mrs. Bishop to attend mrs. Charles Hildreth jr., tickets mrs Robert Schulze games mrs. Robert Wainscott White at the Ptah a november meeting fourth Grade pupils presented a Short sketch concerning the school Library in Observance of american education week. Miss Sara Rives led the study group presenting the subject a Schil _ _ Drens temper miss a tap resident Evelyn Marshall accompanied by Sci acoustic of nitrated her method of teaching p. There will be a special the deaf and hard of hearing. Program in Observance of Ameri in the business session the can education week. Children budget was presented and a of the fourth Erlanger club will be held thursday nov. 19, at the Hollywood Hall Madison Avenue Covington. Herbert Heffner social chairman announces the games will begin at 8 15 p. And tickets Are being sold by All Mulloy members of the club just Florence the executive Board of so by a to be held dec is Bedu led to offer solemn Pon elephant Booth mrs. Louis s. 1st. Henry Pat will meet j my a Tirtel Mas. 10 30 a. , Lyon information. Or. Edward wednesday nov. 11, at ii p a. Dixie Highway. Those a Ute Atlan thanaei.h<-lurc1 sponsor their annual 2ss51�l_�2_,ebss� a a a of the pans a a saturday a the women of Florence Christian chairman and mrs. Russell Clark president mrs. Robert Winter Mitten Are Lawrence Gerd Man will preside. The regular ing it mrs Wiliam Marp a Centennial. The Rev. Joseph j. Sieg pastor Church. The Public is invited. St. Helen ladies society holy Cross Church Latonia will hold its autumn social Friday at Lvi \ i Syl Ivice we pm a of a a b a Law a a i amp a sign Marshall accompanied by meeting will take place wednes Ira a in nor to a of the Church for 23 years of her students from the Crescent Springs school Day nov. 18, at a a my a in the is Quot a a a a std in , for the tobacco hah in bringing justic Center Covington dem i Pat will meet thursday at a Vajdi Sortum. 1 other a a Tennial mass by a Parish com-1 Mercer county Farmers around 11 onto Mflwc 1 a it Sci you afford �?oiced2es7i ring and valve Job it of $ a Star w a Rmondo Quot Mataloy does it while you drive a increases Gas mileage a raises compression a stops costly Oil burning Quot just drop four Mot Sloy Tab m your ctr t 91 tank a it a it John Wysnt a a Tia results Era truly a meting Motely a cruelly mete i plates while you drive end there s no do no equipment to buy. Try it in your car and prove it for. L .�1 ,. 1 other members present were this Wil be fathers night and Libert Schweikart mrs.1 the committee wante All to it Fred Brauntz or. Robert Hart tend. The fifth Grade class will the present Church was Cepter. The fourth Grade won the attendance award. Open House for parents and friends of children attending Ludlow Public schools will be held thursday nov 12, from 6 to 9 p. This event will take the place of the regular meeting of the Parent teacher association. Classes will be dismissed at noon and resume at 6 p. For parents observation of regular classroom procedure. The executive committee will meet tuesday nov. 10, at 8 p. In the Home of the president mrs. Hershel Marcum 271 Stokesay Avenue. Piner Pat will meet thurs Day at 7 45 p. For a Brief business session a program in Observance of american education week and classroom visitation. Silver Grove Pat will have an executive Board meeting at 7 p. And a general session at 7 30 p. Thursday. Films on a fire prevention will be shown. After the program there will be classroom visitation. Fathers night and open Hou get in Observance of american education week will be hold by York Street school Pat Newport thursday at 8 p. In the school. After the program there will be classroom visitation. Refreshments will be served by kindergarten mothers. Grades will exhibit sections in the dining room. Classrooms will be open for Par ent teacher conferences. Parents have been invited to visit the classroom during the regular school hours thursday and Fri Day. Of a Park Avenue school Pat will meet thursday at 2 45 p. M., following the executive Board session at 1 30 p. In the Library. A motion picture will be shown. Tena Ine imn Grauch cuss win m d War. Gently renovated. The original stration. , conduct a Square dance and them j a Caldwell i Church it which a abandoned in bit Hobby col sixth and seventh grades will a arse of a a or. Wii 02 in favor of the later Struc this a of Feirberg Ture is now used for auditorium the next meeting will be held in Lynn a a nov. 17 at noon at the Home of�purp05e8�?T mrs. Dome. 2234 Joyce Avenue. $3,500,000 a year it was stated at re a Plant bed treatment Demon sixth and seventh grades have group readings. Mrs. George Brockman of Erlanger Road is leaving Fri Day for a week end visit with her Hook review will be Given by Cousin miss Louisville. Reva Stamper in mrs. Carl. Answering with a members of Anderson county homemakers clubs ordered Tulip Jonquil Crocus Iris and hyacinth proverb1 bulbs for fall planting. Thanks to Oil my supporters and workers in tuesday elections. Hargis Cole at Good service St Bob Dick Ashland service 3ith and Decoursey. Covington Bromley service station River Road Bromley. By. Pat Deavey Shell service 20th and Greenup. Covington howards Shell service 5th and Scott. Covington howards Shell service 26th and Madison. Covington Chapmans Shell service 18th and Holman. Covington newmans Gulf service Dixie Highway. Florence Hunters pure Oil 836 Dixie Highway. Elsmore Towne Park pure Oil 6th and Scott. Covington Harry Vandt car Wash 2nd and Madison coven Stoa a report on the fall festival and a discussion on the proposed school amendment led by mrs. Opal Vincent principal were included in the november meeting of Spring Lake Pat. Music was in the Experiment that International villages were established to create better understanding among nationalities and were created with the Hope that if people from the interested countries intermingled Quot eventually the Day would come when hostilities among nations would cease through the desires and of provided by a faculty member. Forts 0f All the fifth Grade class won the at j the speaker also Sang an orig Tendance award. A Inal song composed for use at j the Camp and accompanied her an self on an autoharp. Thanksgiving eve dance sponsored by St. Henry Pat is scheduled for wednesday evening nov 25, at it. Wright civic club. Mrs. Evelyn Lucas Dixie 9005, will take reservations. The brotherhood of the Erlanger Baptist Church held their monthly dinner saturday. 1 this month the Royal ambassadors were entertained at a Turkey dinner. Or. Edwin Freshney was the guest speaker. The following attended messes. J. C. Williams John tha Man Oakley Hammon c. C. Mccracken Henry Rich Collie James j. W. Rust r. Angel r. To Groger b. A. Munsen George l. Jones. Grant Maddox Everett Yelton f. T. Hurd r. Robinson m. Kinman j. Kummell j. C. Mills Irwin Bramlage Clarence Sexton John Martin David Townsend Henry Mullins Olin Keeney Russell Mcnay Lee Whitson Howard Winan Robert Boone Tony Holman Al j. N Moffatt de Conrad Jim Robinson Billy Menefee Joe rust l. Dixie Heights Pat pounces open House and a festival will be held in Observance of american education week thursday nov. 19, at the school Dudley Pike and Dixie Highway washes 6 Days dishes for 5c mss. R. K. Mackzum 31 Roe a ave., s. It. Mitchell uses Lota at piping hot water for Luiei faster Dis washing finds her modern automatic Gas water Heater use very Little Gas from City Mains. Cost for Gas to he it water for 17 Dis washing Only 54 mrs. Mackzum agrees Gas and electricity a re Yon biggest bargains in better living thimm it Lien. A t new a Covington six Twenty woman a club of Baker Hunt foundation will hold its every member banquet on wednesday nov. 18, in the town and country on the Dixie Highway Park Hills. Plans for the banquet were furthered at the november business session which was followed by a program with miss Louise come teacher at Lotspeich school Cincinnati As guest speaker. Miss Conn who acted As counsellor at International children scamp held in Cincinnati in 1951, told of her experiences in that capacity. She said that two children from each of Vari. A a Ous countries abroad participated Mullins d. Strong j. Scott Morton Oliver and e. Freshney or. And mrs. Lyman Fritchie of Lawrenceville 111., have returned Home after spending the week end with their daughter and son in Law or and mrs. Gene Thomas Oldham of Erlanger. The annual Tea for the Library fund sponsored by the i Erlanger women a club will be held at the Library on Garvey Avenue on thursday nov. 12. Several congenial groups from Erlanger will make up a tables at the salad card party sponsored by the a rafters Circle of the crippled children a so Iciey to be held at elks Hall in Covington on wednesday nov. La. Among them will be mesdames William Wes ter Man Russel prows Frank Meninger Stuart members and guests present were the misses Julia Hill Pearl Hub. Helen m. Steinker Lyla Eckler Ruth Poole Pat Brady Ruth Mccafferty Virginia Huber Leota Moore Dorothy Dewar Helen Dewar. Martha Adick Martha Allmon Martha Adick Martha Allmon Plechner Mary Ellen Canty Anna Parker Ora karhoff Nell Engel Kamp. Mabel Ritter Ruth Bluem _ a Lein Mary schmeing Catherine Wood. Gurney Mitchell Elmo Eilers Cecelia Zembrodt. Lucila Pov vers Jumes Tichenor George j Peeno la veme leers Irma Shearer Lyman Penn Otwell leers Violet leers Eleanor Par Kin. Howard Dressman and Hoffman Helen Centner. Vir Philip Taliaferro Ginia Thomas Georgia Rogers _a1., Pat Conneighton Virginia i a Charity Cowan and Glone and mesdames Dorothy w mass Nonna Bosch wed attended a Nolan m. Vandt Trank laugh Home comm activities a1 Eastern join Jackie Piercy Tingle mul Richmond Over the week end. Born m t. Kuebbing c. Williams. Russell Sparks Irene Walter Virginia Ryan w. H. Scott c. Gillham Mary Jane buckles Evelyn , William Knoebber. Luncheon Bridge guests Doris Perry Harold Storien and Rel Mitchell country club r. H. Hey. Tuesday. Included mesdames i Raiem a Joseph Turner Robert Reichert american Homes depart Harold Derr Eugene Dulev ment. Covington Art club will Wayne Lamb. C d. Lamb alien present for the clubs Genera Good Henry Ott will Corry meeting monday at 2 p a in Park Gilmore i r. Hicks m. A the clubhouse mrs. Shelton b. Nichols Howard i Lister nor Storer South Hills As guest Man Adan William speaker. Her subject a old Earl Carian Allen recipes into mrs. Gene t. C. Reed. Harry f. May is Tea chairman. A George l. Hill. Modal 21t10. 21 Inch Fob a Model. Model design in Block plastic Motch my base with costers a slightly extra. .9,1, yes you la do yourself a big favor if you follow these two suggestions 1. Buy Only from a qualified to service Han 2. 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