Page 5 of 27 Feb 1991 Issue of Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free
Want a high-quality poster of this page? Add to Cart

Read an issue on 27 Feb 1991 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Eastern Hills Journal Press.

Browse Eastern Hills Journal Press

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 27 Feb 1991 Eastern Hills Journal Press in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioHe journal press wednesday feb. 27,1991 a a5 your business real estate Elsie Gerwin Gerwin joins Media network Hyde Park resident and former teacher Elsie Gerwin is now an account executive with the All about kids Media network. The menu of this vibrant network includes a newspaper an annual show at convention Center radio and television spots lecture series and weekend Calendar plus an infant toddler training program. She will concentrate her efforts on Selling space in the upcoming 1991 Catalon of unique products and services for educated parents. The Catalon will include advertorials which will cover unique products services and forms of entertainment of interest to parents and children under 14 years of age. It will be distributed at the upcoming 1991 Cincinnati sixth annual All about kids show at convention Center june 28-30. Gettin is a graduate of Manhattan Ville College in new York with a masters in Media communications. She taught at both Indian Hill school and sacred heart Academy until it closed and spent some time in real , Nolan names Brian Macconnell Brian d. Macconnell has been named vice president of Hogan Nolan amp Stites a full service marketing communications Agency. His responsibilities will Brian Macconnell include client service budgeting and strategy and Agency management activities. Macconnell has worked for the firm since 1981, except for a two year period in 1984-85. His Community involvement includes serving As Board president of enjoy the arts president of the contemporary arts centers contemporary connection Board member of the Summit country Day school alumni association and Board member of Ault Park advisory Council. He is a member of american marketing association. Macconnell and his wife Betsy live in it. Lookout. Executives named to chamber Board the greater Cincinnati chamber of Commerce has elected area business executives to serve on its Board of trustees. Newly elected trustees from this area whose three year terms began Jan. 1,1991 Are Jeremiah j. Sullivan of Hyde Park president Lazarus James m. Washington of Walnut Hills president Washington limousine service inc. Re elected for a three year term that began Jan. 1, 1991 is Samuel h. Pruett of Terrace Park vice president personnel. The Procter amp Gamble co. Honoured with the Centennial award for celebrating 100 years in business in greater Cincinnati was Hie Williamson company. Residential 45174 609 Miami Avenue Antonie Vissers to Margaret m. Starks and k. Scott Starks 1-8, $395,000. 45206 2121 Alpine place 1002, st James ltd partnership to Ronald j. Go ret trustee 1-16, $427,769. 2444 Grandview Avenue Mcmillan place partners to Lucille Cross and Sharon a. Cross 1-14, $75,000. 2329 Kenton Street David c. Oliver to Thomas v. Mcneal and Bernice t. Mcneal 1-10, $24,500. 1767 e Mcmillan Street Vilma Segoe est. To Albert a. Bocklet 1-10, $450,000. 45208 3069 Alpine Terrace 25, George w. Kleinert to Gregory g. Totten 1-7, $50,000. 3521 Brookwood Meadow k. Scott Starks to Meredith b. Ingram 1-8, $290,000. 1238 Grace Avenue Joyce a. Kaufman Meadows to Jeffrey j. Bucher and Carolyn s. Bucher 1-9, $113,000. 2444 Madison Road 1607, Dana properties inc. To Bernice Stevens 1-8, $144,500. 2451 Madison Road l. Harold Wehling or. To John r. Dipaola 1-8, $135,000. 581 Torrence Lane Bernard s. Reckseit to Bobbie s. Reckseit 12-28, $35,000. 3404 Traskwood drive 68, Pauline Plettner to Ruth h. Dreidame 12-24, $255,000. 3425 Traskwood Circle 20, Roslyn j. Greenberg to Jean Kareth and Betty Vandewalle 12-31, $107,000. Hampton court Hampton Lane ltd pin Ruhp to Crilley Homes inc., 1-3, $155,000. 2444 Madison Road 309, Dana properties inc. To Charles r. Stephens 1-4, $44,100. 3588 Outlook Avenue travellers mtg serv inc. To Terry Shea and Carol Shea. 1-3, $133,000. 3256 Pembroke Avenue Ann Whitmore to Murphy Dev inc., 1-3, $44,600. 45209 4221 28th Street Antoine h. Hovry to Christopher a. Dippold and Anne a. Dippold 1-7, $68,750. 3729 Drakewood drive Gordon k. Graeler to Gail f. Reynolds 1-17, $97,000. 4002 Eileen drive Christopher g. Austing to Ronald j. Speed and Ann w. Speed 1-7, $76,250. 4154 pillars Avenue salvation army to Lawrence w. Foley and Patricia e. Foley 1-8, $92,000. 3435 Brotherton Road Marjorie i. Cryer to Todd Spees 12-20, $81,000. 3458 Brotherton Road Debra a. Boling to Deborah j. Newland 12-28, $74,000. 4519 Camberwell Road Mary e. Flora to Barbara a. Kammerer 12-18, $55,200. 3811 Drakewood drive Roger c. Brady to Jerry l. Beach and John Naillis jr., 12-24, $124,000. 3740 Isabella Street Cynthia l. Hepp to Timothy w. Heimbrock 12-20, $58,400.4979 Oaklawn drive Patricia w. Harper to Thomas Nalt i jr., 12-21, $87,000. 391 Isabella Avenue Thomas l. Sweeney to Sharon m. Kassem 1-2, $52,000. 3709 Maple Park Avenue Steven j. Itrich to Dino re 1-2, $65,000. 4112 Mill Brae Avenue Thomas Kearns to Michael j. Hugenberg 1-3, $54,000. 3869 it Vernon Avenue Bradley a. Bennett to Paul d. Groh 1-2, $67,000. 3730 Woodland Avenue Edward Peiker to Jennifer m. Toepker Michael f. Toepker it al 1-2, $106,000. 45226 3742 Beechmont court James p. Lavallee to Margaret m. Patton 1-16, $31,500. 581 chardonnay Ridge Frank e. Wood test. To Jeffrey c. Amen trustee 1-7, $415,000. 600 Delta Avenue 7, Longworth Dev corp. To Thomas l. Shepherd 1-15, $124,000. 4140 Eastern Avenue Cenia Mills to Michael a. Secen and Mary e. Secen 1-15, $500. 3422 Linwood Avenue George w. Schneider m to Robert d. Littlejohn and Cecilia m. Littlejohn 1-9, $220,000. 5379 Miami Avenue Virginia t. Chaney to Susan p. Ryan trustee 1-11, $15,000. 460 Stanley Avenue Claude j. Proffitt to James h. Van Riper 1-11, $76,250. 622 Delta Avenue Robert k. Ware to Lisa m. Grein 12-24, $85,000. 3936 Feemster Vincent Grawe to Glenn Smith 1220, $1,500. 1242 Jerry Lane Jeffrey l. Keyser to Joseph h. Douglas 12-26, $130,765. 3508 Kroger Avenue Matthew t. Cecil to Michelle Cecil 12-20, $5,000. 592 Delta Avenue Fred w. Brinkdopke to Fred s. Brinkdopke 1-4, $20,000. 45227 5804 Hawthorne Avenue Janet r. Logan to Kathryn l. Rielage 1-8, $53,000. 5436 Whetsel Avenue Anthony Gray to Dorinda m. Valentine 1-10, $39,000. 5728 am by place Carl e. Bird to David g. Bird and Michelle l. Bird 12-19, $34,000. 6913 Britton drive William f. Mccullough or. To Marsha a. Ritenour 12-13, $54,000. 5910 Desmond Avenue Bobbie Schwab to Bernard s. Reckseit 12-31, $35,900. Islington Avenue Angelina Roma to Dominic Servizzi and Deborah Servizzi 12-27, $3,000. 6907 Murray Avenue Robert l. Tegenkamp to Alex Schmitt and Carole w. Bowman 12-31, $131,000. 4717 Osgood place Money store Ohio inc. To restoration ventures inc., 12-13, $21,000.deathsmyranda Gradolf Myranda Gradolf 86, died feb. 18 at deaconess Hospital. She was a graduate of University of Cincinnati and taught physical education in Cincinnati Public schools for 30 years half of them at Walnut Hills High school. She retired in 1956. Gradolf grew up in Hyde Park and for years lived at the Deupree House East and in new Richmond where she bought a farm in 1952. She was a local adviser to chi Omega sorority a supporter of University alumni association a member of the Mcmicken society and until her illness she was Active in the Cincinnati woman a club the salvation army women a association the Cincinnati College club the greater Cincinnati retired teachers association and the Cincinnati club women stable. Survivors include cousins. Services were feb. 21 at Elden Good funeral Home in Hyde Park with burial in Spring Grove cemetery. Memorials May be r Ren to shrines bums in titi202 Goodman st., Cincin i219 or the deaconess Hospital in ship fund 311 straight Cincinnati 45219. A Marion Heitz Marion Sauer Heitz 91, died feb. 18. She was born in Madisonville and began playing the piano at the age of two. She is a graduate of the conservatory of music and taught piano in the Cincinnati area. Her husband Arthur Heitz died in 1977. She has served As National president of the Alpha chapter International music fraternity. For several years she was the organist at holy Trinity Church in Madisonville. Survivors include son Richard a., Heitz of Madeira daughter Ruth Anne Sorensen of Hyde Park grandchildren Susan Beth Frank and Andrew Sorensen Diane Nichols Donna Casey and David Heitz five great grandsons. Services were held feb. 21 at Church of the redeemer in Hyde Park. Geo. H. Rohde amp son f funeral Home handled arrangements. Memorials May be Given to Church of the redeemer music program 2944 Erie ave., Cincinnati 45208 or the Charity of your Choice. A May Belle finn May Belle Voss finn 105, East Walnut Hills died feb. 22 at her Home. She lived through two world wars 19 presidents and the depression. Finns Volunteer work included the Cincinnati symphony the May festival and matinee Musicale. Survivors include sons William v. Finn of Indian Hill and Thomas finn in California daughters May Belle Barrett of Hyde Park Martha Hughes and Mary Louise Woltering of East Walnut Hills and Margaret Peters of Indian Hill 31 grandchildren and 58 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian burial was held feb. 25 at st. Francis Desales Church on Madison Road with burial in new st. Josephus cemetery in Price Hui. Memorials May be Given to the Barrett cancer Center 234 Goodman ave., Cincinnati 45267 st. John social service Center 121 e. 13 st., Cincinnati 45210 or the Charity of your a. Goo funeral Home directors Elden a. Good Beverly d. Good amp Donald s. Good871-3433 2620 Erie ave. In comic Quei i Wcarl oficial Ftp i coke�?~2.79 cote94 Coke 4.49 it. A a a downtown a Kenwood Towne Centre i a Middletown Towne a Northgate mall a Western Hills a Cherry Grove a Crestview Hills by. Shop both Days suburban stores 10 am downtown 10 am-6 pm misses pure silk Short sleeve shells Reg 20.00 13.99 100% silk in a wide Range of Bright colors. So a. Better sportswear All stores misses Joanna Linen look jackets Reg. 25.00 17.99 open front style with 3/4 Roll sleeves 2 Patch pockets. Poly Rayon. Black Navy Khaki White and More. So a al. . Papular sportswear All stores misses famous maker Spring sweaters a30�?� 50% off cardigans. V neck amp Crew neck styles of All Cotton. Pointelle Zig Zag stitch and More. White and Bright shades. So a. Misses Spring related separates a amp a 30% off pull on pants and skirts and Novelty tops and blouses to match. Knits Challis and More in solids and prints. Sizes 10-18 amps my . Friday a Sale saturday Only March 1st. March 2ml Junior print Cotton knit tops Reg. 20.00 Short sleeve assorted print tops a Junior sportswear All stores 14.99 menus arrows solid tournament knit shirts Reg. 18.00 12.99 Short sleeve solid knit shirts in assorted colors. My al. Menus sportswear All stores ladies natural Zero tie casual Reg. 49.99 24.99 a up Ocker a tie casual in leather on a unit sole. Taupe or Black. 51/2-9,10 a 6-9 w. Ladies shoe Salon All stores menus better dress shirts &3s�?o> 33% off selected styles at outstanding savings. Solids and stripes. Menus furnishings All stores cannons radiance Cotton towels Bath 2.99 hand. .2.49 Washcloth. 1.49 All Cotton Terry in assorted solids and Rose White or Blue White stripes. A Royal touch Cotton Towel from cannons Bath Reg. 12.00 6.99 hand Reg. 9.004.99 Washcloth Reg. thick n soft i gtd loft double Loop Cotton towels. Exciting solid colors to decorate misses amp juniors Poplar jackets Reg. 39.99 34.99 White Navy red yellow and More. So a. Coats All stores ladies London fog jackets Reg. 79.00-89.00 $69 White Blue red Green and Multi colors. So a al. Coats All stores infants toddlers Spring Lee jeans Reg. 12.00-28.00 polos Short Lis and bibs for boys and girls. Infants 12-24 mos. Toddlers 2-4. Infants toddlers Wear All stores 30% off boy print tees Reg. 12.00 8.99 screen printed tee shirts in Novelty designs and colors. Cotton. So a al. . Boys Wear All stores Young menus Woven shirts 30% off Reg. 18.00-24.00 selected styles of Short sleeve Button front shirts of All Cotton or Rayon. Solids stripes amp prints. Asset. Color combos. So a al. . A imported. Fim

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Eastern Hills Journal Press Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Eastern Hills Journal Press?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection