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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioA4 a he journal press a wednesday May 6, 1987 Teddy bears picnic at Villa a Don go Down in the Woods today was the tune but Teddy bears big and Small fat and fuzzy preferred to sit on the Rug As their student friends marched in step around first Grade classrooms recently at st. Ursula Villa in it. Lookout. The Teddy bears picnic brought to a conclusion a week when fozzy Paddington care Bear Koala and Panda a a bared their cute and cuddly charms to bring a breath of Spring to classroom activities. Bears on Bookmarks books pencils and favors helped the Busy Bruins teach Small students the Bare fact of math How to spell a a hibernate and other Teddy Bear words As Well As have Homework fun with a Bear Book. Friday was the funnest Day according to the pupils As they Etc nicked on the Rug played Ide the bar ate Bear copies and danced with the cuddly toy companions. Fondest memories of the week for Forest Hills first graders . Pradick and Tom Korbee were making .�?Ts Bear break dance and receiving Dif first graders with their cute and cuddly companions Are Back Row left to right Isaiah Stegman Georgetown Brian mitts Hyde Park Tom Korbee Forest Hills Emily Gall Clifton Ryan Felts Forest Hills front Row Anne Ellse Imwalle Madeira Ashley Syphard Forest Hills. Ferent Bear favors each Day. Angela Berner writer of this article is the adult correspondent for st. Ursula Villa school students area students on the fall semester Deans list at Xavier University Are Michael c. Brady Theresa a. Briney Joseph Paul Pecquet Kenneth m. Webb Thomas r. Wenstrup Angela Jean Cleghorn Frank Sedgwick Laura d. Trageser Kenneth j. Wedig. Mary Pat Schneider has been recognized for her academic achievement As a student at Good Samaritan Hospital school of nursing. A student in the Len to in program Schneider has attained a 4.0 average for the first semester. She is employed at Good Samaritan Hospital and works As a licensed practical nurse on orthopaedic unit. Ursuline Academy recently hosted a performance of a a Salvador interpreted by father James Schmitmeyer. The two scene play is an interpretation of of Joan Didion a Book a Salvador a which is a completion of notes and impressions gathered by Sidione during a two week visit to he Salvador. During the performance. Father Schmitmeyer played the role of a reporter on assignment in san Salvador. In his room at the hotel Camino real he records his thoughts and impressions on tape before he is to Fly Back to the United states. After the performance the students had an Opportunity to ask questions of father Schmitmeyer concerning the current political environment in Central America. John Joseph Rahaim Erie Avenue has been awarded a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer polytechnic Institute. Ronald Young Ayle Sboro. A three Purcell Marian students were recognized for their achievements in the 1987 Scholastic Art Competition. Students Lori Hanes and Stephanie Krebs both won key awards. Frank Riordan was named a finalist. Their work was displayed at the Art Academy in february with an awards ceremony held feb. 14. This years exhibit is sponsored by Lazarus department stores and by the Art Academy. Students from More than 75 schools in Ohio Kentucky and Indiana participated. A sixteen intermediate students competed in the pleasant Ridge school spelling Bee held in february. The Winner was sixth grader Rhonda Robinson who will represent her school in the Cincinnati Post spelling Bee in March. First runner up was fifth grader Curtis Jones. All participants will be presented a certificate of recognition. The following students participated in the spelling Bee Curtis Jones Cameron Twitty David Madson Genene Clark Nicole Roberts Mary Vannoy Rhonda Robinson John Pegg Edward Norris Kristina Kelly Maurice Price Robert Branam Dane Hodge Jason Gates Kevin Lewis Bryon Powers Ismail Hadi. Pleasant Ridge school students who have been elected to student Council Are Grade three Kurran Bishop. Natasha Cason Erica Harris Rosemarie staun Erica Bowman Angela win Trier Kenneth Dudley. Grade four Ishmail Hadi Andrea Allen Tisha Way Chris Edwards Akeisha Wilson Aaron Kronmiller. Grade five Tassie Honebrink Shannon Burton Cameron Twitty Corey Wynn Gene Clark Karren Martin Tawanda Sanders. Grade six Keish Nisbeth Phillip Mckelton Tawanda Dews Bryan Walker Rhonda Robinson. Officers Are Bryan Walker president Tassie Honebrink vice president Genene Clark Secretary and Rhonda Robinson treasurer. A Dan Busemeyer. Hyde Park has authentic stores and old world no formulas est. 1908 remember Mother with Aglamesis chocolates mothers Day is May 10th 3046 Madison rd., Cincinnati Ohio 45209 $ Oakley Square a Montgomery Square <3t x received a mathematics scholarship Worth $1,5000 As a Winner of the 1987 departmental competitions at Xavier . Winners in the six categories Are entering freshmen for the 1987-18. School year and have declared a major in one of the following ares chemistry classics mathematics modern languages physics or history. Busemeyer Duncan Avenue is a graduate of Purcell Marian High school. A the Purcell Marian chapter of future homemakers of America celebrated National cha week in february. The group with 340 members under the guidance of faculty Moderator and Home economics teacher sue Staggs is dedicated to building successful families of the future. Highlights of the week included a teacher appreciation Day a lecture on child abuse a bake Sale and a Flower Sale. Proceeds from the two sales were donated to children a Hospital medical Center. A Saint Ursula Academy faculty members Maria Arbona and Mary sue Russell were recently recognized by the University of Chicago As outstanding teachers. They were nominated by Anne Birck a 1986 graduate of Saint Ursula Academy who is currently a freshman at the University of Chicago. Arbona is in her 11th year teaching biological sciences at st. Ursula. She holds a Bachelor of science in biology from the University of Madrid Spain and a masters in biology from Ball state Universy. In addition to her teaching duties Arbona is the Moderator of the life live is for everyone club. Russell is chairperson of the social studies department and in her 12th year teaching at st. Ursula. In addition to her teaching schedule she is co Moderator of the mock trial an extra curricular activity Competition sponsored by the bar association. Is your basement bulging suburban classifieds. Call Clear the clutter with an and in 681-7777 to place your and. Professor Center w&Quot"1 Hyde Park Plaza 871-2030 George e. Giju announces the opening of his new office for the practice of family dentistry monday thru saturday daily and evening hours by appointment 4401 Plainville re. Madisonville 271-1700 you a co Wuy inv rec to Mem of the ios Fidye Mem la 00am. Of Mem to am my a a a me a Mission in Mem m 7-m. % Une Ham. It Tim Uffit a a nations Mew Itoyo Montgomery k0ap Cincinnati Ohio 4��4? a we Robert Young a senior has received honors by being named to the Deans list for the fall semester at the Cincinnati Bible Seminary. He is the son of or. And mrs. Kilgour continued from a2 Mcdaniel said the Community supports the carnival each year by donating items for the Flea Market and auction. Last year More than 150 items were auctioned off for a profit of $3,595. Items up for Bia at this years carnival include an escort radar Detector two round trip com air tickets restaurant gift certificates and getaway weekends for two at the Netherland Plaza. The Ever popular baked goods Booth featuring contributions from the teachers and students and the raffle will also highlight the Day. Grand prize this year is $500 with additional prizes of $100 and $75. Riser said anyone wanting to donate items to the carnival prior to May 16, May Call her at 21-0682 to donate auction items or Jane Zultoski at 321-7443 to contribute Flea Market items. Funeral Homes pc. Since 1876 a directors Donald s. Russell Douglas s. Russell James a. Thierbach Thomas p. Watson John w. Mueller lock and 821-0062 Norwood 631-4884 Springdale 771-2594 m you re considering pre arrangements Contact for e no obligation consultation Church directory Madtson vmae United methodist Church st 30 Madison Road r. Garton Lacy Castor >71-0424 Church school 0 30 . Worship 10 45 . A Baptist Church a Eastern hulls Baptist Church 542s Islington a Van u a Cincinnati Ohio 45227 pastor Ron and raws phone 271-5102 sunday school 9 45 . Morning worship 11 00 . Evening worship 7 00 ., prayer meeting wed 7 00 Family night 4lh wed 7 00pm a ministering to the whole family Quot re. Terry l. Bartlett minister a a Friendly Church welcomes yen 951-9044 sunday school 9 30 . Worship 11 00 . Nursery a variable youth club sunday 4 00 to 7 00 pm first Church of Christ scientist 3035 Erie Avenue sunday school and Church services 10 30 wednesday testimonial meeting 7 30 p n. Luthern lutheran Church of Good Shepherd 7701 Kenwood Road worship services 8.30 and 11 . Sunday Church school 9 5 . St. Paul lutheran Church lems and Christian Day school a Church of the lutheran hour 1 5433 Madison Romeo re. Waiter Rachke pastor 271-4147 Rodney Rethman principal 271-4255 worship service 8 00 a 10 45. A for god sent not his sort into the world to condemn the world but that the world thru him might be John 3 17. Lutheran Church of our Savior 2141 Wniema Avenue Norwood Ohio 45212 531-3171 Prater Norman j Paridhi two a sunday school 5 Bible Ytaas 9 15 worship service 10 30 Methorst Hyde Park Community United metro oust Church Observatory at Grace 71-1 34# Fri i Quot Paiit be a in Traci Iff a a ion"1 Mlls iii Karl Xii not Randy w. Barthal. La. Mayfield associates Laurie Coffman a Dir. Of youth Carol Harper Dir. Of children a ministries Poky Sanger pariah visitor w a Church school 9 30 a 11 00 am. Communion every sunday at 9 00 a 10 30, broadcast at 11 00 am on Wasj am-1050 Sermon Quot inviting Width in a shaken world Quot icon Mana 13 or. Bichsel preaching methodist Armstrong Chapel United methodist Church 5125 Drake Road 551-4220 or. Paul 0. Trout or. Paul w. Henshaw Rev. Marta i Rev. Wendell a Freshley Rev. Dean e. Feldmayer assisting pre service music 9 45 . A or. Thomas. Do music 10 . Adult Bible study James d. Cobb Leader 8 30-11 15 am. Healing service third wednesday 7 30 . Cd Chapel worship and Church school Nursery and infant care Large enough to serve you. Small enough to know you Quot Hyde Park Bethlehem United methodist Church Madtson re. And Hyda Park Avenue 531-5545 is. Williame. Burley minister Edith mom Berg Dir. Of music Greg Clay comb. Dir. Of youth Jeon Lloyd Dir. Of preschool weekdays preschool Ages 2-5 sunday school 9 15 a Mother s Day a Sermon. Quot a a common Bond Quot infant Nursery care 9-12 noon. A presbyterian Knox presbyterian Church Observatory a Michigan 321-2573 is. Gordon c. Stewart pastor Rev. Jack n. Lawton Anat. Pastor or. Earl g. River Dir. Of music or. Davit g. Mulberry organist worship and Church school at 9 30 . And 11 00 am Church 10 am morning worship Church school ser Moo Quot this to no beginning by the Rev James to an. 11 adult education childrens Chou East Minster presbyterian Church 4505 Erta a anus Cincinnati Ohio 45227 271-1343 David j. Van Dyke pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 am provided ,. Youth group Nursery babysitting slant meditation. Seventh presbyterian Church 1721 Madison Road at Chat View Avenue r. Stanley Wallace �ph.d., pastor 9 30 adult forum 11 00 children s a Janaes worship service a Sermon 11 00 am. With outstanding Adum Chow. Or Allan Martin director Nursery parking Lota Rampa for handicapped. By Kcal preaching visitors welcome1 for information Cal the Church office 751 -8860. Inter denominational Marie Mont Community Church Corner of Wooster Pike a Oak st., mar lament sunday school at 9 30 . Worship at 11 00 for information Cal the Church office. 2t1 -4376 _ Sage pm Abon 9 30 am. Morning worship with sunday school for an Aga Nursery thru 7th Grada running concurrently 10 00 pm Coffee 11 15 am wad Fellowship study hour 7 00 pm. Frt Man s Bette study 6 45 am. If you can to put them up at Home Tell them about courtyard. Only $48 a weekend night Quot or 7en your 8uests stay at courtyard by Marriott its v almost As Good As staying with you. For just the Price v of a typical motor inn have Many of the extras they d expect to find at a hotel costing twice As much. Courtyard guests relax in spacious rooms and suites with big comfortable Beds most Are King size and separate seating areas an intimate lounge and full service restaurant and our Beautiful Strol Lable courtyard. And whether they re friends family or business acquaintances love our swimming Pool indoor Whirlpool and exercise room. Of course every room has Remote control Cable tvs Complete with free Hob movies and esp. So if you Haven to got room done to worry. Send everybody to courtyard. Better be prepared though they May never want to stay with you again. For reservations and information on any courtyard hotel Call 1-800-321-2211. Fri. Amp. Sal Only weekend rates apply for i to4 people and vary by location. Suite rates Are higher Indianapolis Cincinnati Blue Ash Dayton a special Little hotel ata Fery comfortable Pricer Columbus Dublin Worthington

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