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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 22, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioEncore 680 dates set song selections Lor encore 80 have been announced by Gerri Schwa be and Paula Cun Mangham president and vice president respectively of the Forest Aires encore 80 will be presented at 8 p. In. May 9 and join the Anderson High school auditorium. This musical extravaganza is held each year to help finance vocal scholarships for area High school students. Under the musical direction of Wylene Davies the program will feature five songs from a Panama game the Long running Broadway hit a racing with the clock. A they a Hernando s hide Awa v. Quot steam and Quot once a year in addition the chorus will sing a Potpourri of nostalgic and contemporary tunes to please All Ages in the audience selections include Quot if my friends could see me now a Quot can y of read my Quot can to smile without Quot love is a song Quot. Quot Moon glow Quot a fall that jazz Quot a Over the Rainbow Quot and a rhythm of other specially production numbers will also be featured tickets for reserved seats May obtained by calling the Forest a ires at either 231-067 1 or 231-2907. Tickets Are offered at reduced prices for persons Over age 62 and for youngsters up to age 19. Hamilton county fair returns when the 1980 Hamilton county fair comes calling at the old Carthage Fairgrounds August 6-10. Quot it will Mark Quot a Milestone in Queen City history. The Fairgrounds itself is getting a Facelift and. According to Alan Bicknaver fair manager nearly All of last year s most popular attractions and events will encore along w Ith some new and resurrected ideas. Included will be the King Bros Rodeo which will be presented in both afternoon and evening performances on wednesday and thursday the opening two Days of the fair. Back again is the music caravan country and Western sounds featuring Connie Cato. Blue Creek and my comic Peter Rich. There will be two Complete shows daily. Gooding s million Dollar Midway w ill be set up As usual to provide rides games and other attractions. Other events Are horse shows pet shows Square dancing demolition Derby tobacco spitting contest and animal and produce judging. Coder consideration for this year Beily dancing a Yelling contest a fair version of the a Gong show Quot advice lectures featuring a popular Home economist and possibly a return to major fireworks display each there win also be Remote radio and television broaden Sis featuring Well known Cincinnati personalities. A be w by Rem Doc red exhibition activity Center will centralize Many of the attractions and judge is previously held in separate areas of the Fairgrounds. There will be a Large new barn to House Many of the show animals. In addition there Are new and improved restrooms for both Tai goers and exhibitors including Shower facilities roads Are being repaved new fencing is being installed Amore convenient vehicle Entrance will he open from Anthony Wayne Avenue and new pathways Are being put in. With minimum incline Down Hills to better serve the aged and handicapped. As in the past there will be a major Kickoff on Fountain Square downtown on tuesday. August 5. The Day before the fair opens. Bicknaver said that Normal attendance for the fair s five Days usually runs about people. A but this year Quot he added a we d really like to shoot Tor 125,600 visitors to correspond with our 125th year in Gates will open at 10 a.m., with buildings closing at �0 . Depending on crowd size Gates Forest Aires president Seifi Sci Nike standing it and vice president Paula Cunningham appear pleased with the songs selected for encore 80 to he presented at 8 . May.9 and to. May remain open until 11 or Midnight particularly if fireworks Are scheduled. Normal admission will be $2.50 for adults $1 for children five through 11, plus $1.50 for parking. Grandstand entertainment is free. There will be published reduced rate times for senior citizens women and children plus reduced rates on Midway rides. There will be discount coupons available irom one or More local businesses on Lair admissions and on various rides and food outlets. Hannahan honoured Mark d. Hannahan. Assistant administrator of children s Hospital medical Center has been admitted to the american College of Hospital administrators. A National organization of Hospital and health service officials. Hannahan. Who joined children s in 1978 As administrative resident has a master s degree in Hospital and health administration from Xavier University. He lives with his wife Patio. And daughter in Anderson township Turpin sponsors Pancake breakfast More than pancakes is being uttered at Turpin Middle school s annual Pancake breakfast to be held on saturday april 26. From 8 a m. To noon. The breakfast will also include entertainment door prizes a Plant Sale a bake Sale a Pepsi ring toss and Tours of the school. In addition to All the pancakes one in eat. The menu will include sausage juice and Coffee Tea or milk. Most for the Pat sponsored event is $2 if tickets Are purchased in Advance or $2.25 at 1 he door. Tickets w ill be on Sale april 23, 24 and 25 at Turpin Middle school an vat Newtown Sherwood Ana Wilson ele men tar schools. The entertainment will be provided by student musical groups and cheerleaders. Turpin Middle school music teachers will also perform. Tours of the school will be conducted by representatives of the student Council and the Pat. The Tours provide an Opportunity for next year s prospective sixth graders and their families to get a first hand look at their new school. Door prizes will be awarded throughout the morning. Perkins cake and Steak Turpin Middle school music teachers Gail Kiley far right and Jan Barker at the piano rehearse with students for the Pancake breakfast entertainment. The breakfast will be held at Turpin on saturday. House. Eastgate. Will provide the Pancake mix and the paper products Coors Bros. Dairy is supplying milk and juice Auxier Gas and appliance Batavia propane Gas for cooking pancakes Rahe foods is supplying link sausage and syrup and butter will be donated by Kroger foods area businesses Are donating the door prizes. Phyllis Aspinall and Ann Daugherty Are serving As co chairpersons of this year s event. Assisting them with arrangements. Are Joyce Beiring. Tickets Nancy Bush and Cathy Lane bake Sale Jan Hill dining room Bizzie Martella ring toss Sand Russell posters Barbara Thompson Tours and Sharon Thornton Plant Sale. Anyone wishing further information May Call 232-3180 or 232-7606. Skating party set kind Erver no. 24 will sponsor their fifth annual skating party at Beechmont Rol Larena on saturday. April 26 along with All the terrific skating there will be a disco skate demonstration and door prizes will be awarded. Hours Are from 1-4 . Admission is $2 plus 75 cents skate rental. Proceeds will Benefit children a Hospital medical Center. The event is open to the Public tuesday family night at Antigo 1.99 regular $3.09 value have we put a great dinner together for you our three most popular items. A Crisp Taco delicious cheese Cilito nobody makes them but us and our famous Taco Burrito. Along with All that Beans chips and salad. Adj of it for $1.99. Tuesday family night. Or take out auxiliary ladies serve veterans the members of my Washington unit 484 american legion auxiliary. Veterans affairs and rehabilitation committee visit the Cincinnati veterans administration medical Center at least five times a year. The ladies prepare sandwiches for 65 to 75 veterans and along with the legionnaires provide entertainment and serve refreshments to hospitalized veterans in the auditorium and on the wards. Preparing sandwiches Are from left Rita denting Mavis metered chairman Dorothy Fry and Virginia Berger co chairman. In addition to these visitations Many of the members sew knit or Crochet Comfort items which Are sent to the six . Medical centers throughout the state of Ohio. Completes training Navy fire control technician Seaman recruit Douglas w. Hudack. Son of Joseph t. Hudack of 7476 Shelley Lane. Cincinnati has completed the Navy s Basic electricity elect Ron is course f our weeks of study at Navy service school command Orlando. Fdla., included review of Basic mathematics. Fundamental electrical formulas plus the principles of alternating and direct current circuits. State farm insurance for insurance Call Wayne Haupert 8439 Beechmont ave. Near 8 mile re. 2021 Erie 1530 e. Kemper 9449 Colerain 6430 Glenway 7835 Beechmont 4476 Montgomery 150 Mcmillan near u of c 1313 s. Breil Middletown like a Good neighbor. Slate farm is there f Sute Farn Attoh Minei f homa wits Quot Sibcy realtors congratulates their sales leaders and listing leaders for the month of March Quot Rita Gibbons top sales Jan Kimberlain top listing Leader Sharon Maron sales Leader Regina Lundskow sales Leader Chip Hunter sales Leader Peggy King sales Leader Jim Nichols listing Leader Sharon Maron listing Leader Rita Gibbons listing Leader Regina Lundskow listing Leader Anderson office

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