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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioEveryone gets Cmil Jaq Vlodi treatment at North Side As a family Type Community Bank its easy for us to give you that personal touch that makes banking a pleasure. We re this Way to businessmen big and Little and to plumbers truckers housewives everybody. Stop in. Find out for yourself. North Side Bank to my company North Side 4125 Hamilton ave. A 5427800 Finneytown a 906 North Bend re. A 242-3200 coleran 9315 Colerain ave. A 385-8190 Cincinnati s Independent Community Bank federally insured full service commercial member Odic by Beth Wagner staff reporter it. Healthy on . 20 several faculty members at South Junior High enjoyed a special Christmas present from some it. Healthy eight graders. Barb Fraser a and sue Harrison a eighth Grade classes hosted a breakfast for the staff and served French Toast juice Bacon and Christmas cookies All freshly made by the students themselves. The project was a collaborative hands on cooking unit for the classes designed to teach the students How to use cookbooks research recipes develop menus shop for food and Cook. The students planned the meal sent invitations and even made the place Mats for the event. The cooking began . 19 As 11% students baked cookies for the breakfast. They met at South the following morning and prepared the rest of the food a breakfast that was enjoyed by All who attended. A we did it together and it was fun a eighth Grade student Keylan Martin said about the project. South Junior High Secretary Bev Spielmeyer was one of the invited guests for the Christmas breakfast cooked and served by the eighth graders in Barb Fraser a and sue Harrison a classes. Holiday prank turns into a disaster pulmonary support group a of Providence Hospital meets Jan. 2 from noon-1 . In classroom 4, level one. Call 853-5069. Legal notice of Public hearing on the North College Hill City school District budget notice is hereby Given that on the 14 the Day of january. 1901, at 7 00 o clock ., a pubic hearing i be held on the budget prepared by the North College i City school District Board of education of Hamilton county Ohio for the next succeeding a acal year ending june 30th, 1962. Such hearing Wil be held at the office of the North Corege i Board of education 1498 West Galbraith Road cinc Renati of 45231. Harold a. Kraus or. Treasurer ht1t 1-2-91 it. Healthy what was intended As a harmless prank May be proof that the Christmas spirit is alive and Well. Maybe. Police Are continuing to investigate the theft and destruction of a life sized Wax nativity figure from the display at Paul Young funeral Home 7345 Hamilton ave. Paul Young or. Called police apologizing for . 24 to report one of the Kings in the display had been taken sometime after 1 . It had been returned in pieces. Young had made the figure More than 40 years ago As part of the live animal Christmas nativity scene. Apparently feeling guilty someone mailed Young a letter the destruction i 1 Relief now from headaches. Back pain. Amp neck pain free first visit offer expires 1-9-91 rhe Pavilion at at Clovern cok assisted retirement living North College Hill 522-2033 unusual but True a we now have available units Marianne Flynn Law admission Counselor enclosing three Money orders totalling $700, police said. The figure was taken the letter stated a was a practical when he or she tried to return the figure a it inadvertently broke the writer said he or she Cudny to realize the value of the figure. It a was meant to be a harmless prank that a turned out to be a disaster a according to the letter which added a i wish it had never happened and Only Hope that you will accept my police Are hoping person responsible the Money orders. 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Pastor sunday school a worship 1999 an. In Ravary provided. Doctors ent care office if you done to have a doctor or your doctor Isnit available try us for Quality medical care for inquiry or illness doctor surgent v care office 8 30 am to 10 00 pm7 Days a week doctors urgent care office 5920 Colerain airy across from Iga 741-7044 _ a4 a Hilltop news press a wednesday january 2,1991 Appy order your Holiday pies or our famous Rolls amp biscuits also a Vatable Are carryout quarts of All our Fine foods 9940 Colerain ave. 385-1991 at Bob Evans we use name Brand ingredients like suckers jams. Quaker Oats and of course our own Bob Evans farms sausage we know it s what goes into our meals that makes them turn out so Good. And we think that a a very fresh idea when it comes to eating out. Sailors Send staff thank you just before Christmas the radiology department at Providence Hospital received a Surprise from the Middle East. The members of the department sent a care package containing toiletries Candy and books to personnel in operation desert shield on nov. 18. The package was received by the uses mercy a 1,000-bed Navy Hospital ship stationed in the persian Gulf. The radiology personnel on the ship decided to do something special to thank the Providence staff so they took to their computer and generated a Banner of thanks and sent it to Cin Climati. Along with the Banner came a letter thanking the staff for their support and describing the medical facilities inboard the ship. The Banner and letter Are both proudly displayed in the radiology departments hallway. Eighth graders Host breakfast Sta a of 1i Bob bans members of the radiology staff Hospital display their Banner of thanks from the . Navy ship mercy. Pictured Are front Jenny a Beth Wagner press staff Dmochowski Lori Atkins Bev Smith Back Evelyn Mcnamara and Daphne Schrantz
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