Forest Hills Journal in Cincinnati, Ohio
19 Mar 1975

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19 Mar 1975

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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - March 19, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioA a a a a to Mefy. Cir re a a. Ivs performing in the Circle Are fron left Rick woos Foy second grader Ron Wierwille George Wierwille Mike Barger Jim Myers Bryan Wierwille. Steve Gurin. Walk done to run. Exercise is Good for All of us but not necessarily the same exercise. See your doctor before starting any unusually strenuous activity. He will Tell you what kind of exercise program is right for you. Your local heart association can help too. A people always ask if i can save them Money on car insurance. Ith amazing How often my a answer is yes a maybe i can save Money for you too. Call or come in and see me. Call Dick Burns 6740 Clough pm. 231-1667 v like a Good state farm is there. State farm Mutual automobile insurance company Homo wac Bromn Gesn. A new it fort Scott summer Camps sponsored by archdiocese of Cincinnati Camp for boys Camp for girls Ages 7 at new Baltimore Ohio 35 minutes from Cincinnati activities include swimming horseback Riding nature study Canoe trip Indian lore Archery handicraft Rifle Range cookouts hikes movies shows volleyball basketball Tennis Golf horseshoes canteen socials accredited by american camping association a june a july a August june 15-21 22-28 29-july 5 july 6-12 August 3-9 13-19 10-16, 20-26 17-23 27-aug. 2 one week two weeks $50.00 $100.00 this Price includes lodging food insurance medical care a programs except Canoe trip. Canteen card is extra. Call x a or write for free brochure and App a cation fort Scott Camps 426 East fifth is. Cincinnati Ohio 45202 phone 513-241-2420 Jeff Weiss and Bill Gordon. On the five footer is John Tartz. Others in the same routine Are Laura Schwiekert Kelly Zech Julie Bergdoll sue Andreadis George Wierwille Mike Barger Andrea Bombeck. Renee Smit i Ori Gomien and Teresa Harvey. On the five foot unicycles Are sue Wierwille and Patty Ebner. George Wierwille is on the Teeter totter and John Tartz on the drop off. Waiting for their turn Are Andrea Bombeck and Jim Myers. A Kelly Zech rides on the shoulders off unicyclist sue Wierwille during a Mustang routine. Absent when photos were taken Are Marc Gentil Dean Tidball Steve Gulden and Cindy Tartz. Rummage Sale from 9 30 . 5 30 . March 21, the United methodist women of Anderson Hills United methodist Church will hold their Semi annual rummage Sale at the Church 7515 Forest re. Corner of Beech Mont ave. And Forest re. Featured will be clothing for men women and children along with linens household appliances and furniture. Parking is available in the rear of the Church and across Beechmont ave. In the mall area. A of % Renee Smit is on the bar with John Tartz and Rick Wosley while Kelly Zech rides on the bar held by unicyclist sue and George can be fun learning to write need not be Dull and Boring. The language arts Multi group 3 students of Susan Glos at Sherwood elementary school Are learning that writing can indeed be fun. The students have different exercises to do each encouraging the children to think and be creative. Here is one of the exercises they do first they take a letter and write two rows of lower cases letter and two rows of upper Case letters. Then they write a Tongue twister twice and read it aloud for Good measure. For example a it to Tommy teased Tanya today and tickled her Teir teeny tiny toes terribly. A a a we wee Willy Wallaby went Waltzing with wee Willy wombat and met Wally Walrus wednesday. A up pm pretty Polly Poppet pressed Papas purple pants for the prize in the Poppers Parade at pirates Point. Karate a ads new programs at it. Washington Center starting in april the it. Washington Community Center will be switching into its Spring phase and several new programs will be added to the schedule. Highlighting the new additions will be karate lessons. Don Smith a Black Belt instructor in okinawan karate will be giving lessons at the it. Washington Center. Lessons will be open to males and females of any age. Lessons will be Given in two hour sessions twice a week or for a total of 16 hours of instruction per month. There is a charge for children 14 and under and is a Little higher Tor those 15 and older. This Cost is considered a quite there will also be a 20 per cent discount Given to families enrolling at least four persons. Anyone wishing to enrol in this program should Call Bob St Timothy smothers Day out program in fifth year this fall Marks the beginning of St. Timothy smother a Day out a fifth year of operation. This continues to be a popular Nursery school program for children from two through kindergarten age. To keep the Cost at a minimum each Mother assists the teachers in the classroom approximately once every six to eight weeks. This program which is in. Session on fridays from 9 30 . 1 ., has a full Nursery school Type of curriculum with music storytelling crafts exercises and games As Well As free play for each age level. The children Are divided into classes by age so that their interests and abilities Are similar. The Days schedule also includes time for lunch which the children bring with them to enjoy eating together. Mrs. Joyce Grybowski has directed the Overall program since its beginning in 1971. Applications for enrolment for the 1975-76 year Are now available at the Church 8101 Beechmont ave. Included with the applications is further information on the programs guidelines and qualifications for enrolment tuition Etc. For any other details please Contact mrs. Grybowski 232-4669. Set Kickoff Albert e. Heekin Iii president of the kidney foundation of greater Cincinnati announced today the Kickoff of a Day the annual Appeal to raise funds to support the work of the in kidney disease programs. Named honorary Princess mrs. George Carpenter knotty Pine drive was named honorary Princess of the 1975 sweetheart Bali sponsored by Phi Gamma Kappa of Cincinnati Sun Phi my chapter of Beta Sigma proceeds went to research. Beta Phi is an International woman a organization who activities include social and service projects. Phi. Cancer Sigma at Maddux elementary uni cycling Ever popular Jurczyk at the recreation Center 231-9995, by March Al. Another new program starting will be ladies fitness. This program is open to any woman and will take place on wednesdays from noon-1 30 . It is designed to be a Well rounded fitness program to help one reduce a a Well rounded figure. A anyone interested in this program should Call Debbie 231-9905. Anyone interested in these or any other programs the Center has to offer is invited to Call the Center of drop in any monday through saturday and talk to one of the staff members. Center is located at 1715 Beacon St., it. Washington. The Maddux elementary school unicycle club Maddux Mustangs is increasing membership As the unicycle craze continues at the school said John Bagot physical education teacher at the school. Bagot advisor of the Mustangs which stated during the 1973-74 school year told the journal third fourth fifth and sixth graders participate in the various shows club members have put on for various groups in and out of the Forest Hills school District. Group will perform april 15 before the schools Pat. Late this Spring they will put on a show at both Beechmont mall and Kenwood mall. At the Maddux Pat fund raising event later this Mcmillin to Start for Marietta base Bailers Terry g. Mcmillin 837 Nordyke rd., a graduate of Anderson High school will Start at second base for the 1975 Marietta College baseball team. The second baseman outfielder bats and throws right handed. The Junior stands 5�?T8�?� and weighs 155 pounds. He was an All Mac Outfield selection last Spring. Pioneers opened a 45-game schedule March 8 with a double the Junior stands 5�?Ttf�?� and weighs 155 pounds. He was an All Mac Outfield selection last Spring. Pioneers opened a 45-game schedule March with a doubleheader against Davidson. Send your news now to the journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. School year the group will perform. The be teacher confessed he has a time trying to develop and perfect routines for the children to keep them from getting bored of from the sameness continuous practice. Children Are not required to have a unicycle to belong to the club but it does help. Bagot said since the school t has Only so Many to loan out. March 16-23 re National Poison prevention week a keep All types of drug item s and Point oops fluids cleaners Etc. Out of reach of All youngsters a know what antidote to take in event your child swallows a Poison. A consult your pharmacist. This message contributed to Public safety by Kunkol apothecary 7187 Beechmont Avenue Cincinnati Ohio 45230 1 Telephone what dinner for Only 175? everyday at hot shoppes cafeterias. At hot shoppes cafeterias yes re fighting inflation everyday with the $1.75 dinner. And everyday that dinner comes with a different entree Chicken amp dumplings deep Fried Perch grilled tender liver with sauteed onions breaded veal Steak with Tomato sauce baked flounder with Lemon sauce Golden Fried Chicken with Cranberry sauce baked meat loaf with Brown Gravy and Many More. 7 Days 7 delicious entrees served with your Choice of vegetables salad Roll amp butter and beverage. All at one unbeatable Price. $1.75. Now that s Superior hot shores Caf Tebu the Superior cafeteria. Beechmont mall

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