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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioA-4 journal Friday november 2, if7� Foj Day of recollection at a guardian Angels thursday Joyce Cooper left and Sharon ileum Milt show sonic of the items which will be available at the Bazaar at Cherry Grove United methodist Church saturday. Bazaar saturday at Cherry Grove methodist a Day of recollection will be held at guardian Angels Church , nov. 8, from 9 . To 2 . Mary k. Murray a member of the staff of the Jesuit renewal Center Milford will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Murray a widowed Mother of five children is the director of the program the Art of companionship with god at the renewal Center. In addition to being spiritual director for religious As Well As Lay people she conducts private retreats and gives talks on Lay spirituality. A mrs. Murray was a guest speaker this past Spring at a theology breakfast sponsored by guardian cancels Well receive gels and was so de she has been asked Back by the adult education commission to speak pm this special Day so that a greater audience May have the Opportunity to hear her message. The topic of mrs. Murray stalk will be a a women in registration will be from 9 to 9 30 . In the Undercroft of the Church. The $2 admission fee is payable at the door. Bring a bag lunch. Coffee and dessert will be provided. The Day will culminate with Liturgy at 1 . All area women Are Welcome and reservations Are requested. Call 231-0669, 231-4721, or the religious education Center 232-4228 for reservations. Mrs. John k. Rose displays an antique quilt typical it the Many Antiques to be found at the Antiques show at Calvary episcopal Church in Clifton through tomorrow. I Calvary episcopal hosts antique show Cherry Grove United methodist Church. 1428 eight mile Road in Anderson township will have an old fashioned Bazaar from 11 . Until 7 . Saturday nov. 3. Women of the Church have been making items from Candy t o s a to Erk a u to fall and Christmas decorations and gift ideas stitchery items and plants and have also designed a special Booth for the1 kids. A Ham or roast beef dinner with Choice of vegetables salads desserts and Rolls and beverage will be served from 5 to . Tickets Are available at the door Cor $3.75� t adults or ,$1.75 a it children 12 and under. Methodist Church women set nov. 6 luncheon and Bazaar police auction nov. 10 the semiannual action of police held property will be conducted on saturday. Nov 10, beginning at 11 . 1 the Cincinnati a mention Center he auction will o n t i n u e u n t i i everything is sold. The police auction is held twice yearly to Clear the police property room of confiscated and found property that has not been claimed within a legally specified time period. Fellowship Bazaar nov. 3 saturday. Nov 3, is the Date set for the annual Holiday Bazaar sponsored by the women s Fellowship of Anderson Hills Christian Church to be held at the Church from 10a m. To7 . Shoppers will find Many handmade items in Thelma s Shoppe. Lave me s ceramics country Shore and bake shop kiddies Elf and youth shops As Well As boutique and Christmas crafts. Sandwiches beverages and desserts will be served throughout the Day. Hyde Park Community United methodist Church the Quot Rev. David and Shirley Miller speak on Quot positive attitudes and the family Quot at the ii Christian affirmative attitudes class in the Chapel on nov. 4 the class meets in room. 20� at. 10 30 each sunday for Coffee and Fellowship prior to the Chapel lectures everyone Welcome issues on the ballot will be discussed at the 11 . Sunday forum on nov 4 in the Church ref dec Tor y. Speakers i 11 be an advocate for each Issue state Issue 1 the returnable beverage Container Law the Hamilton county Levy renewal for the mentally retarded the southwestern Ohio Reg on a i transit authority sort a 1 percent sales tax Levy. There Are two courses for adults being offered at 8 on tuesday evenings through dec. 4 or. Emerson s. Colaw will share insights from the great stories of the Book sgt. Howard Mills who is in charge of assembling unclaimed items for the Sale has said that this w ill be one of the largest auctions Ever held. Police officer Gene Simpkins a professional auctioneer will conduct the Sale. Proceeds from the Sale Are earmarked for Cincinnati a general fund. Viewing of property to be sold will begin at 10 ., with the Sale beginning at 11 . All sales will be Cash Only. There will be no charge for admission. Of genes is David and Shirley Miller s topic is Quot family you May Call 8711345 to Register or just come tuesday evenings. Nov. 4 is a every member canvass sunday when All members of the congregation will be visited and make their pledges to underwrite the Church s 1980 budget. Stan Johnson and Howard Melvin Are co chairmen of the canvass. A luncheon and Bazaar sponsored by the United methodist women of the it. Washington United methodist Church 6365 Corbly a will be held at the Church tuesday nov. 6. Luncheon wih be served from 11 . To 1 30 . Choice of menus features baked Ham Sandwich and vegetable beef soup or Chicken salad plate homemade pie and beverage. All of the food is prepared cooked and served by the women of the Church. Tickets for the luncheon Are $3 for adults and $1.50 for children Ages 3-8. Tickets May be purchased in Advance Call 231-8033 or at the door. The Bazaar shoppes will open at 10 ., offering gift items plants ceramics and a variety of delicious homemade goodies. Mrs. Maurice stump and mrs. Richard Trowbridge Are general coordinators. Committee coordinators Are luncheon mrs. Herman Coleman mrs. Clyde Condrey mrs. George Pace and mrs. Theron usher dining room mrs. Glen Burns and mrs. James West the boutique Shoppe mrs. Flora Light and mrs. Allen Lett be olde food Shoppe mrs. Barry Benham miss Carolyn Cochnower and mrs. Jess Chamberlain the greenhouse Shoppe Mary Martha Circle tickets or. And mrs. Ralph Whitehead Public relations miss Carolyn Cochnower. The ninth annual Antiques show and Sale is being conducted at Calvary episcopal Church 3766 Clifton today and tomorrow. The show continues until 9 tonight and concludes form 11 . To6p.m. Saturday. Twenty six dealers from five states will display authentic Antiques Silver Copper brass Pewter Glass China dolls. Quilts jewelry primitives and both country and period furniture. A quilt exhibit will be an added feature of the show. These antique quilts will be on loan from the women of the Parish. Donation is $1.50 for the entire show. A snack bar will again serve Home cooked food prepared by the Church women. For further information Call 861-4437. Kinder velt 19 brings Santa to town members of Kin Tervelt 19 Are once again planning for dinner and lunch with Santa dec. 7 and 8, at Anderson Hills methodist Church Forest Road. Dinner will be served at 6 30 . On ursuline open House sunday the ursuline Academy 5535 Pfeiffer rd., Blue Ash will hold an open House for prospective students their parents and any interested guests on sunday nov. 4 from 2 to 5 . An Entrance examination will also be held at the school on saturday n6v. 17 from 9 . To noon with a Box lunch being served at noon. There is a $10 fee for testing which includes the lunch. Those accepted As students in the Academy Are required to achieve an established average in the Entrance test. Scholarship winners will be selected on a competitive basis from among the test participants. Registrations Are being accepted at the school 791-5791 or at the door on the Day of the testing. Tyler Clark formerly of Anderson township has received an award from the National association of county agricultural agents for a bulletin he publishes. A a managing your Little Back Acherl is published by Clark periodically and distrusted to those with Small farms in the four county dec. 7 and lunches will be served at ii . And 1 . On dec. 8. There will be presents for the children clowns a Holiday puppet show and of course Santa Claus receives award Region in the state of Washington where he is area livestock agent. Clark also holds seminars for people with Small farms. He has worked in Washington for five years. The son of or. And mrs. Earl Clark of Anderson township he is a 1967 graduate Anderson High of school. Clark All seats Are reserved and the deadline for reservations is dec. 2. For further information Call 231-8317. All profits from this event go to the children a Hospital medical Center. Received a masters degree in animal science from Ohio state. Clark and his wife Sharon reside in Sedro Wool Ley Wash. They Are expecting their first child in december. The couple recently purchased a 10-acre farm where they grow strawberries and red raspberries. It. Washington Church of Christ Assembly of god it. Carmel Assembly of god Christian Center 497 Roney in. Opp. Frisch s 528-2220 Robert r. P or due pastor 9 30 . Sunday school 10 45 .-worship 6 30 .-evangelistic service. 7 30 .-wednesday Praise and Bible study. Little people s Day care Nursery monday thru Friday 6 .-6 30 . Pastor 474 2553. 11 . Worship service mini sunday school a Nursery. Sunday evening adult he me Bible studies Wolyk Quot think about ii Quot weekdays 4 00 . Church directory the touch and farce family will hold a Retreat nov 2,. 3 and 4 at St. Edmunds the it. Healthy Christian Home Bazaar continues today through saturday on the Home grounds. Hours Are Friday 10 9 ., and saturday 10 . 2 . The Junior choir will rehearse on nov. 4, at 5 30p.m., a Church the High school choir will hold rehearsal at 5 30 pm nov. 4, at the Church. High school Bible study will be held at Church on nov. 5, 7.30d.m. A deat ministry team meeting will be held at the Home of Kathy Fagin on nov. 6, 7 . Doming v 10 30 . First worship 1 t the Church Board will meet in session on nov. 6, 7 30 . At Church. Bible bowl team practice will be held at Church nov. 7, 7 15 . The adult choir will rehearse at 7 30 . Nov. 7. Women s volleyball will be played at the it. Washington recreation Center nov. 7. Boy scout troop 121 meeting will be held at Church 7 30 . Nov. 7. The menus volleyball. Team will oppose four seasons at 7 . Nov. 8. Or. Carl Pruitt continues his class on Quot How to Deal with personal problems Quot from 7 9 . Nov. 8 at the Church the Cincinnati Bible College will sponsor the annual men s banquet on nov. 8 at Schmetler s restaurant beginning at 6 45 . The featured speaker will be Paul Carrier president of Atlanta Christian College. Master 6f ceremonies l d Campbell minister of first Church of Christ Florence by. The gospel lads of Joplin to. Will present the special music. We Welcome As new members Mildred t. Headley and Grace Colvin. If West Clermont american Baptist Fellowship 719 Ohio Pike on Beechmont ave. J mile East of i 275 Quot you re invited to a Miracle Quot she listens. She less return mayor Bobbie Steve to City Council ass if by Fly to a Stern to govt put Eitrem. 4033 Host Hill a. 45229 Catholic St. Jerome Catholic Church Linn Einan a Rhode its. California Rev. Lawrence j. Mick masses 5 30 .-saturday 8 -9 30 ., 12 30 ., sunday sept. Through May 8 ., 10 ., 12 noon june july and August. 5 30 .-Hofyday Vigil. 8 . Amp 7 30 . Holyday 7 30a.m. Daily. 4 30 ., sat. Confessions and before sunday masses. Immaculate heart of Mary Church 7828 Beechmont Avenue Cincinnati Ohio 45230 Rev. William l Schroeder Rev. A Daniel con Ion masses 5 15 .-saturday 8, 10, 11 30 ., 1 ., sunday Church-10, 11 30 . School. 7 . Youth mass. 6 15 amp 7 . Daily communion services 8 15 . Amp noon daily masses. Rosary and Benediction every tuesday 7 45 . Baptist first Baptist Church of Anderson Mills . 1674 eight mile Road 474.2441,474-1011 Glen w. Ray pastor 9 45 .-sunday school 11 . Morning worship 7 30 evening worship 7 30 ., wednesday Bible study and youth Mission groups. Nursery provided during each service. Our Saviour s Baptist Church meeting at . Lyons . A i m Clough Pike Rev. I Ilia i a. Dam Berg Forestville Baptist Church 1311 Nagel Road Cincinnati Olio 45230 we. Lava la Coats pastor David e. Hammers associate pastor 9 50 .-Bible school 11 .-morning worship 7 .-evening service 7 30 ., wednesday mid week service. It. Washington Quot Baptist Church 2021 Sutton ave. 231-444$ Michael Brandy pastor Carolyn Peterson minister of youth and Christian education sunday 9 30 .-sunday Church school. Graded classes for All Ages. Extended session for children through Grade 2. 10 30 .-morning worship. Nursery care provided. Salem Baptist Church 64ii Salem Pike Cincinnati Ohio 4s230 phone 232-1443 Robt. L. Babcock pastor 10 .-sunday school 11 00 .-morning worship 7 00 .-evening service. 7 30 p. M a a wednesday mid week service. Church of Christ Christian Church 906 Salem Reed 231-9482 Wayne Stout minister Steven Reeves associate minister Tom Gilfillen minister of music 10 30 ., sunday worship communion. Children s worship and Nursery service provided. 9 15 . Bible school Nursery. 6 45 .-youth hour. 7 30 . Wednesday adult choir rehearsal. Ministry for the deaf provided. Withamsville Church of Christ �?�44 Ohio Pike Jerry Starling minister 9 30 . Bible school 1.0 30 . Morning worship 6 . Evening worship 7 30 ., wednesday Bible study Nursery. Christian and missionary Alliance Calvary Chapel Christian missionary Alliance affiliated 984 Nordyke Church 232-54m Home 231-5402 Rev. Thomas Sizer pastor assistant pastor or. Larry Mosher. 9 30 ,-sunday school 10 40 . Worship 5 00 . Youth group 4 00 . Evening ser vice 7 . Evening service wednesday. 7 .-Pioneer girls boys brigade 7 .-Bible study amp prayer first Church of Christ scientist Forestville 7341 Beechmont ave. Sunday service 10 30 s. It a sunday school 10 30 . Wednesday service 7 30 . Reading room open mon., thurs., sat. 11-3 episcopal St. Timothy s episcopal Church �?�101 Beechmont ave. 231-3445 Thomas f. Webster Rector 8 00 . Holy communion 9 00 . Morning prayer 1st, amp 3rd sundays. Holy communion 2nd, 4th amp 5th sundays. 9 30 . Christian education 10 30 . Holy communion 1st, 3rd a 5th sundays. Morning prayer 2nd a 4th sundays. Independent Fellowship non Denom a National Faith Bible Fellowship temporarily sharing St. Timothy episcopal Church bldg. �?�101 Beech Motif ave. Church office and phone 490 winding Way 752 747 Berk w. Morgan pastor George Goodman co pastor sunday worship 1 00 . S. Timothy s Faith Bible Institute 7 30 . 1386 Washington Circle Anderson twp Fai h Bible Institute on he air zip 1050 am sat. 10.00 . Whak 101 pm sat. To 00 . Cd in citing f All kinds free. 752 �747 lutheran All saints lutheran Church it. 32 it. Carmel to. 528-0412 Lee s. Wiskochil pastor 9 15 . Sunday school 10 15 . Worship service Nursery available lutheran Church of the resurrection a lutheran ministry in an ecumenical setting �?�101 Beechmont ave. 474-4931 9 30 . Church school for All Ages. 10130 a.nv1worship in word and sacrament Zion lutheran Burney Lane a Salem 231-2253, 231-0715 Harold Oliver pastor 9 15 . Sunday school 8 . A 10 30 .-Church service. Anderson Hills a Christian Church disciples of Christ 8103 Clough Pike Cincinnati Ohio 4s244 phone 474-2237 474-2319 William j. Wells pastor Church school 9 30 worship 10 45 Nursery provided during service. United methodist Anderson Hills United methodist Church 7515 Forest Road Cincinnati Ohio 45230 Howard d. Preston pastor sunday morning worship services 9 is .-Public worship Quot Nursery and Church school classes for children through Grade 4. 10 05 . Classes for youth and adults adult forum. Nursery and Church school classes continued. 11 a a Public worst in Nursery and Church school classes continued. 11 . Public worship Nursery and Church school classes for children through Grade six t 6 30 .-8.30 . Methodist youth fellowships. Cherry Grove United methodist Church 1428 eight mile Road 474-1428 James r. Stewart pastor 9 15 . Church school for All Ages. 10 30 . Worship service with Nursery for children through 5 years of age and Junior Church for grades 1-4. Boy scout troop no. 113, 6 30p.m., wednesday Junior choir 6 30 ., thursday tops organization 6 30 ., thursday Chancel choir 7 30 ., thursday it. Washington United methodist Church 6365 Corbly Road Cincinnati Ohio 45230 next to Eastern Hills school Ken d. St Reitenberger pastor Church school 9 30 a. M. Worship service 10 45 . Nursery care provided or. Choir 6 45 . Thursday. Chancel choir 7 30 ., thursday Salem United methodist Small and Friendly Comer of Salem a Sutton 232-1188 Edgar l. Luecke minister 9 30 .-Church school 10 45 . Worship service 6 30 .-Umyf sunday it. Washington Church of the Nazarene Salem and Brooke 231-7782 Rev. Melvin d. Stiverson pastor 10 .-sunday school 10 30 .-morning worship 6 .-evening youth service 6 30 ., e vening gospel 7 30 .-wednesday evening prayer meeting-1st wednesday of each month. 7 30 . Missionary service presbyterian Calvin presbyterian Church Withamsville Amelia 1177 Ohio Pike Rev. Richard l Kranzley pastor 9 15a.m.-sunday school sunday school 9 30 10 45 . Morning worship 7 00 .-evening worship wednesday 700 . Prayer meeting. It. Washington presbyterian Church 6474 Beechmont Avenue 231-2650 pastor or. Alfred i. Davies. Ass i. Pastor Rev. Jeff Ebert. Minister of visitation Rev. Bernhard Johanson. Sunday 9 30a.m. Worship service a education hour 11 00 . Worship. Service amp education hour Faith United Church of Christ ear 6886 Salem Road Cincinnati Ohio 45230 phone 231-8285 Rev. Frank a. Vieze pastor. 9 30a.m. Sunday school 10 45 .-worship service 6 30 .-youth Fellowship meeting unitarian universalist Salem acres Community Church 5648 Salem Road 45230 pm 232-0145 or 752-4465 Doak Mansfield minister Quot a meeting of heart a mind in religion Quot / 11 . Sunday Nursery Church school and worship. Noon after school a service activities. Quot visitors most Welcome Quot Unity by the Side of the Road 7080 Bridges Lane off Clough re. Telephone 231-3848 minister Ginny Hinners sunday 10 00 . Study groups for. Children a adults. On radio sunday 7 45 . Wolyk pm dial a prayer 232-6802 a member of aug a affiliated with Unity school of christianity. 10 w , a or of i in Nursery provided during service. Bible presbyterian Church meeting in masonic Lodge Oxford and Campus Lane it. Washington

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