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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - December 3, 1986, Cincinnati, Ohio35 cents Bra Cen Eek you deck the holidays wed o it Ca h four u o in j Ltd u i a a a x o a a us o in o it Insp Nefus Piess i ice inf Brant Wool col Csc Hill finnic Torii for St Park Brcin Lwills 9�u air it. A Attef new Barl Lafiata North collate Hill up Raffield twp. T in. Of Clannah Tiili Mumn inti me., pm re flt re mrm vol. 68. No 46 two sections 20 pages wed Esclay. Dec. 3. 1986 k m a a i x a. It o u i o in d m f a d o j m4 o u Nebr our a Yoi neighbors in the Hilltop news press coverage area know so they can enjoy your Holiday decorations. If your Home will have exterior decorations this season drop us a line. Well publish a list of decorated Homes in the dec a edition of this newspaper so other ramp Ders May drive by and see your Holiday display. By dec. 8, Send your name address and Telephone number to the Hilltop news press 5505 Cheviot Road Cincinnati 45247. The Telephone number will be used Only for confirmation it will not be published. You can attend a Christmas in the suburbs is the theme for the dec. 7 Christmas walk sponsored by the Forest Chapel United methodist Church 680 w. Sharon Road. The walk will begin at the Church at 1 30 . Visiting six Homes in the Forest Park Fairfield and Glendale areas. For ticket information Call 825-3040, a a the auction a a Northern Hills synagogue fund raising event will be dec. 13 at the synagogue 715 Fleming Road Finneytown. Toe Sale starts at 8 >.m. With previewing at 7 30 . A arge variety of items will be auctioned including a custom tailored suit and football and baseball tickets. Call 931-6038 for further information. A the it. Healthy High school Art club will sponsor a Christmas boutique dec. 6 from 9 . To 3 in the school cafeteria 2046 Adams Road. Proceeds from the Sale of handmade gifts and ornaments will Benefit the club. A the annual Holiday musical program and Brunch prepared by the Finneytown High school a Jooe economics students for senior citizens will be dec. 23 at 10 30 . The program will be in the William r. Swartzel performing arts Center with Brunch in the Home economics classroom. Call 931-0712 during school hours for reservations. A Cincinnati officials will be present i it dec. 4 for a budget hearing at 7 30 . In the College Hill town Hall 1805 Larch ave. Is is one of six hearings for suburban areas to discuss future funding for projects in College Hill and it. Airy. Wco re proud of Robert Clark Forest Park was recently elected to the Ohio state legislative committee of the american association for retired persons. Clark and his colleagues will represent the views of More than 1 million Harp members and All older Ohio residents in addressing the Cost Quality and Access of health care expanded Home support care and other issues of concern. A detective Richard e. Niehaus of the Springfield township police department was honoured nov. 22 with an award of Merit by the National Center for missing and exploited children Niehaus was cited for his assistance in recovering a township child taken by her father. Niehaus has been with the department for the past six years. Several members of the Forest Park cub scout troop 768 received awards recently. Mike Holcomb Shea Mcclelland Chico Jackson and Brian Hooten received Bobcat badges. Wolf awards were earned by Terrence Jett and Kyle Grady. Can you help the deadline fori a submitting announcements of Holiday Church services to appear in this newspaper is dec. 8. Please Send the announcements to the Hilltop news press 5505 Cheviot Road Cincinnati 45247 by this deadline for publication in the dec. 18 edition. This and worked h. Funk of Western Hills advertised to sell a Lionel train in our 18 suburban newspapers in the 460 bargain Mart classification. H. Funk sold the train the first week the and appeared in the Cincinnati suburban Kess classic de Section. A a you want fast results Call one of our Friendly advisers today at 681-7777. Sylvia Merkel holds the Horn that was her first Maior piece of scrim Shew work. A teacher at it. Healthy High school Merkel began doing scrimshaw several Yea re ago etching primitive scenes on a variety of Ivory and Bone. Teacher carves place in history by Heidi Fallon staff reporter a a it a a dying Art. Most people done to know what you re talking about when you talk about scrimshaw. Its sad because this is where it All Sylvia Merkel began experimenting with scrimshaw because she was intrigued not Only with the Art form but with the Way of life it represents. Scrimshaw is the technique of etching on Bone and Ivory or Otner hard surface that can be traced Back to this country a Early settlers and sailors. Merkel who is head of the Art department at it. Healthy High school and her husband David got a taste of that primitive lifestyle with a local muzzle Rifle association. Members dress in traditional Buckskin sleep in teepees and Cook Over campfires during their weekend Merkel has hand sewn several Buckskin outfits a process she said was so difficult her fingers were bleeding before she finished. A you get a real appreciation for the people who settled this land a Merkel said. A it May sound corny but when you realize the amount of physical labor it took just to survive you get a greater respect for what it must have been like. I would have liked to have lived then but definitely not As a woman. It was just too hard a Way of please see carves a9 Usa soul Rifle press staff the intricate primitive scrimshaw scenes like this Mountain Man Chin be etched on just about any hard surface. Sylvia Merkel uses a simple e engraving tool to Complete her work which includes earrings brooches and powder horns. Seniors learning How to get involved by Julie Kemble Borths contributor businesses government and communities lose a lot if senior citizens done to participate behind the scenes. The local of the american association of retired persons is trying to make sure More older residents get involved. In a november workshop organized by local Harp member Herman cupid hits his target using the personals by Karen Minnelli staff reporter Dopf 40, 120 lbs., 5�?T4�?T\ Green eyed blonde would like to meet a Well adjusted gentleman tired of playing All the games. For Sandra Bailey Lanza placing that and in the cupids Comer Section of the Cincinnati suburban press classifieds led to meeting a that special Man a who became her husband seven months later. A to me its a great Way to meet someone a Sandra said. A i feel you have a better Chance of meeting a nicer person through an and than in bars or single clubs or even dating clubs a a that special Many is ii Rico a a Rico Lanza 40, who had taken out a one or two personal ads and belonged to dating clubs before he met Sandra. A it was definitely Fate a Rico said. A a it a been a fast moving seven months a Sandra added. The Delhi township residents 1080 devils Backbone Road Are both veterans of the personal ads scene. They say dating through personal ads has its Good and bad Points. Brooks 40 senior citizens Learned How to serve on boards and commissions in their communities. A there Are a lot of retired people who have a lot of expertise and Talent a Brooks said. A a it a very important to get involved because we re a Large Block of the voting Catherine Schmidt 64, began volunteering to do secretarial work for Colerain township earlier this year. While she Isnit in a decision making position she offers her skills As a Veteran Secretary because she Felt she could help the Community. A there Are a lot of retired people who held a lot of important positions. They have a lot of experience to share she said. A a lot of younger people think that senior citizens Are old bogeys a said Geneva Price an Active member of the College Hill forum. A Young people should ask us. It president of the it. Healthy Harp chapter Marian Carroll of White Oak said there san important reason for retired people to get involved. A people Are living longer and we want to be sure we Are ten care of. We be contributed a lot and be still the Harp has manuals available on How to get ii Volver 1 on boards and commissions and Hovis to get things done once elected or appointed. For More information Call the Harp Sharonville chapter 563-3778. Blessing elected to caui3us Post Louis Blessing 22nd District representative has been elected Ohio House assistant minority whip for the 117th Ohio general Assembly. Blessing i is been a member of the Ohio House since 1981. His election to the Post was on a unanimous vol e of the 39-member i Louse Republican caucus. Please see Cal t to All Usa staff Sandra Lanza formerly of it. Healthy and Enrico Lanza formerly of Price Hill met through a personal and and married seven months water. They live in oel Hii township. Your Index Sandra had placed ads in publications including Cincinnati Magazine and answered several without finding a Man she liked. A they were plastic. They were horrible a she said. A the same kinds i met in bars and 1 did no to want to be she screened letters and Calls and just to be Safe often wore a different color to a Date than she indicated by phone to a a Check out her Date before he saw her. She had a few replies from married men she said and they were easily Beverly n a. B1 identified because they always refused Cias Stilec i ads.b2 to give a Home phone number. Deaths. Aii me of the 40 replies to her cupids rothis Berg. B8 Corner and was from Rico who also s a a a responded to an and she had placed in Cincinnati Magazine without knowing sports. A7 the same person had written both ads. Vie woo i its. Am March 28 was their first Date. A we were really in sync a Rico said. A a he asked me to marry my that news. Phone 661-0352 night More or less As a joke a Sandra Cir cute ton phone 542-9474 said. Display ads phone 681-9471 classified ads phone 681-7777 please see cupid a9 the family of 18 Cincinnati suburban press newspaper

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