Hilltop News Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
9 Nov 1988

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9 Nov 1988

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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1988, Cincinnati, OhioA4 a Hilltop news press a wednesday nov. 9, 1918 students Tell kids to a just say not a group of local High school students Are just saying no and trying to help other students say the same. The substance abuse team is made up of students from col Erain and Northwest High schools. Mostly seniors the group has gone to several training programs and now travels to different schools pitting on skits to Point out the problems of and alcohol abuse and a is of drug highlight teens fall some of the reasons teens p for example the team recently visited the Colerain Junior High just say to club. While the Junior High students were a Little shy at first they got into the spirit of the thing and enjoyed the skits performed by the group. The team olso gave the students a Chance to ask questions about drug and alcohol abuse. Team members said they Field a number of questions some about possible effects of abuse others on How to handle specific situations. A a we re not Counselor or professionals a said Brian Hurst a Colerain High school senior a but we have had some training and we answer As Well As we advisor Mamie Roether said she thinks the team does a Good Job. Church news members of the substance abuse teem perform a skit about peer pressure for the Colerain Junior High school just say no club. The teem performs skits that re enforce the message that teens done to need drugs to have a Good time or enjoy life. A sometimes i think a of no where is he going with that answer a a she said. A most of the time though they do an excellent the skits performed by the it 1 pressure As a Ceatise of experimenting with drugs to a struggle Between a Good Angel and a bad Angel trying to influence a youth to their viewpoint on drug use. Team Range from looking at peer shirts with greek members of the group Wear t let group Wea alphabet St Chapel i. 680 w. 1 Church. 680 w. Sharon Road will hold its annual staircase treasures boutique in Fellowship Hall 10 .-8 . Nov. 10 and 10 .-6 . Nov. 11. The handmade items include toys clothing decorations and More. On thursday a Barbecue lunch will be served from 11 30 . To 2 . Cost is $3 for adults and $2 for children. A sirloin tip dinner is planned for 5 p.im-7 . Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Reservations Ace required for the dinner. Call 825-3040 for More information. A the Church of Saint John Neumann 12191 Mill Road will hold a family Turkey festival and Chili supper from 3 . To 7 . Nov. 13 in Daniel Hall. The san menus society will Host the event. The youth group will entertain the kids with Nickel pitch sucker pull and other games. For More information Call 742-0953. St. Francis Center 10290 Mill Road will feature brother Joseph Martin Campus minister at the University of Cincinnati from 9 30 . To 4 . Nov. 12. Explore the spirituality of the Clown fool using make up improvisation balloons and dance. In gentle woman angry woman spend nov. 19 reflecting on aspects of life leading to Beauty sensitivity creativity and vitality from 9 30 . To 4 . Sister Rosemary Schmid so will Lead the discussion. Spirituality from a modern perspective led by franciscan father Richard Rohr. O.f.m., is planned for 7 30-9 30 . Nov. 30. Sister Marie Bohn . Will conduct a directed weekend Retreat beginning at 7 . Nov. 11-13. For More information or to Register Call 825-9300. A Faith lutheran Church 8265 win ton Road will conduct a country fair new continued from Ai he a enjoyed his move to Assumption and finds the it. Healthy Parish and Community going out of their Way to make him feel comfortable. Visitors to the school May have a hard time finding Walbom if they re look in the principals office. Falborn likes to get out from behind is desk to see what a going on. He frequently skips lunch to roam around the playground at recess looking for a Friendly game of four Square. A this Job keeps you Young physically and mentally a he said. A every Day is different. I love being around kids because it keeps you tuned into what a going on around his popularity with the 489 Assumption students can often team continued from a1 looking beyond 1990, Kron agrees the future of the Greenhills Forest Park District depends on numbers in terms of student enrolment state funding and a Levy Success. Next school year will also bring the beginning of the end of Kronos own mater. He graduated from Greenhills High school then housed in what is now Greenhills Middle school in 1960. What happens at that site is still undetermined. Kron said both the Middle school building and the Kemper Road Central office will be appraised to deter air Market values. Be measured by the amount of cookies cupcakes and other caloric signs of affection accumulating on is desk. Unfortunately Walborn is allergic to chocolate. If Walborn could change his life other than being allergic to something less tasty he thinks he might have enjoyed living in another Era. A i think the old West sounds like a fun time to be alive a he said. A but then look at All that a happened to our world in the last 50 years. There a not one facet of our lives that Hasni to changed drastically. A advances in Medicine space exploration the changes in music Rasmon even religion its a Walbom will never know How Good a Cowboy he might have been. He a just glad he thumbed through that phone Book 19 years ago and changed is life for Good. A it it oooo ool mine their since 1876 a directors Donald s. Russell Douglas s. Russell Michael r. Schroth Thomas p. Watson John w. Mueller Norwood Springdale 631-4684 771-2594 o Lockland v 821-0062 it you re considering pre arrangements. Contact us Tor a no obit Gabon consultation Tri state orthopaedic Center announces the opening of its Blue Ash office at 4360 Cooper Road suite 101 Cincinnati Ohio 45242 office hours monday through saturday morning afternoon amp evening Robert b. Heath . Amp Paul m. Gangl . Specializing in sports Medicine Clifton office 2lue Ash office 2b00 Winslow Avenue 4360 Cooper Road suite 300 f suite 101 Cincinnati Ohio 45206 Cincinnati Ohio 45242 513 861-2222 _ 513 792 3420 Bazaar 10 . To 4 . Nov 12. Handmade gifts and crafts baked goods plants and More will be available. A St. Richard of Chichester Church in College Hill will hold its annual fall festival from 2 . To 8 . Nov. 13 at Lakeridge Hall 7210 pippin Road. Homemade Turkey sandwiches desserts games and Raffles will be featured. A Messiah lutheran Church will offer a handball program at 7 30 . Nov. 14. Included will be playing handbills demonstrating techniques of playing and a display of handball music. A Book review group will meet at 7 . Nov. 13 at the Home of Andrea and Don Argus 1823 doral in Fairfield. Nov. 16 will be a a night for the women a guld will begin the event at 7 30 . Church members Are asked to bring Staple food items for the thanksgiving service nov. 23 or to sunday school nov. 27. For More information Call 8254768. Volleyball games Are played 9 .-10 30 . Tuesdays at Kemper Heights elementary school Waycross and Hanover. Call 825-5737 for More information. A first Baptist Church 6210 Betts ave., will have a Homecoming music fest and dinner beginning at 3 30 . Nov. 12. Call Ann Heisel at 521-0509 or Dorothy Adams at 542-8971 for More information. A workshop on Christian growth and living is planned for 8 .-3 . Nov. 19. Breakfast and lunch will be served. For More information Call 681-1011 Between 8 and 11 am. Nov. 20 will be Centennial sunday with three services scheduled 11 15 ., 3 30 and 7 30 . A heritage United methodist Chur x Compton at Perry in it. Healthy will conduct a Bazaar from 10 . Oct . Nov. Ters Sigma Alpha Theta substance abuse team Ami sweatpants labelled no train a a combination of Northwest and Colerain to signify this is a joint project of both schools. When asked Why team members got involved Sarah Perkins a Colerain High school senior said a we All feel very strongly about not doing when one Junior High student asked if teens Don t begin smoking to look Cool or More mature Deborah Sanders another Colerain High school senior noted that most students who smoke have to sneak around to do so. A a you re Ming in a bathroom real mature a she said. Team members include Deborah Sanders Kay Mohnsan Rupal Patel Michelle Getty Sarah Perkins Anthony Davis Brian Hust Steve Dodge Jason Stevens Mike Dodge Jena klines and Danny Gabbard. Roether said she has a new group training As Well Chris Duckworth Justin Morgan Tonya new Rhonda Quinn Bryan Hudson Kesha Benton Debbie Broad and Kim Brubaugh. The substance abuse team recently performed for a Hope helping others parents and educators meeting and perform at Jumior highs and elementary schools. 12. Home crafted gifts ornaments baked goods quilts and children a games will be featured. A Turkey dinner will be served. Call 522-0600 for reservations. College Hill United methodist Church 1449 Marlowe ave., will celebrate its 80th anniversary nov. 13 with a special service beginning at 10 45 . A reception in the Fellowship Hall of the Church will follow the service. The worldwide Church of god will hold its annual bake Sale 9 .-6 . Nov. 13 at Marsh grocery store 693 Northland Road in Forest Park. Homemade baked goods will be available. Fruit baskets will be on Sale for $15. Proceeds Benefit the youth group and ladies functions. The spice of life ministry of first Baptist Church of Greenhills presents the Book of acts with Marge Moline 9 15 .-11 30 . Tuesdays. Free Nursery service is provided at the Church at Winton and Sharon roads. Call 825-3722 for More information. If you have news of general ii Terest or news of special events i w or Bingo St. Margaret Mary 1830 West Galbraith . Every Friday i . 2 big Sixes $500-5200 special 57 nos. Game $500 5 Turkey door prizes 6425 end of month attendance prizes drawing last Friday of month no one under 14 admitted Ohio License no. 0253-45 liter Coke Cherry Coke diet diet caffeine free sprite sugar free sprite 12rack$39 cans v 29 24 can $049 map Lite 12 pack $09 cans a Pepsi diet Pepsi Pepsi free diet Pepsi free it. Dew such and Doltl slice $129 r 1 9 24 can $049 Case u Tom s drive thru 4017 North Bend to. Cheviot 481-2352 1906 w. Galbraith North College Hill 7294062 9937 Harrison ave. Film Heilim Kisuk Cutie High 11 Titi i on the average individuals with uncontrolled High mood pressure Are a three time As Likely to Devi lop coronary heart pressure the silent killer a six times As Kkesty to develop congestive heart facture a seven times As Likely to have a stroke the future healthcare research Center is conducting medical research with medications designed to control High blood pressure. If you have High mood pressure or wonder if you do and would Ike to participate cafe 321-2525, monday through Friday 8 00 am 5 00 pm. A free High blood a free medical care and medication during for time and travel a Habib Lincoln school professional office 455 data annul Omo 45226 Marilyn am and her Bicentennial Book Heidi Fallon press staff bringing Bicentennial Home to preschoolers by held Falton staff reporter speakers at your Church Send the information to Mark Schmetzer news editor at the Hilltop news press 5505 Cheviot Cincinnati 45247. Deadline is 10 Days in Advance of publication which is every wednesday. We will not publish weekly service schedules or choir practices in this column. If you would like your Church service listed in our Church directory Call 681-9471. It opens with Flat boats and ends with fireworks. In 34 pages Marilyn am captures the sights and sounds of the people and the past of Cincinnati. Am who teaches Art in the Greenhills Forest Park school District agreed to design and illustrate a Cincinnati a colouring books in time for the Bicentennial. A project of the friends of the Public Library the colouring Book is just now a hot off the presses and on the stands at the main Library gift shop. The colouring Book is also available in some Independent Book stores and can be ordered by mail. Am said she wanted the Book to be educational yet fun. A i wanted children to enjoy the Book and still have room for their own creativity a am said. A i purposely left room on some pages for children to create their own the result May indeed be educational but so were the months of research am devoted to the project. A i went to places id never been before a she said. A it was a True education for am sketched and photographed Cincinnati scenes and landmarks and sketched from por traits and paintings. With Little background in graphics am said she Learned As she went. Taking on such a Large scale project is nothing new for am. Project during a leave from teaching am spent three months in the Galapagos islands researching and sketching on the Remote Chain of 13 Pacific Ocean islands. Since the islands Are rigidly protected As a National Park of Ecuador am said it took two years to Wade through bureaucratic red tape before permission was granted for her trip. She lived in a tent during her stay and said it was a lesson in a learning to appreciate what we take for a things like fresh drinking water a she said. The result of her work on the Galapagos islands was an exhibit at the Cincinnati museum of natural history on the an inverary of Charles Darwin a first voyage. With her masters degree work her exhibit and her colouring Book behind her am said she a looking Forward to a drawing for fun All proceeds from the Sale of the colouring Book Benefit the friends of the Public Library. For More information Call 369-6920. The gift shop is open ii . To 4 . Monday saturday. Through Gutter cleaning free quotes bonded fully insured professional reasonable rates or. Citizen discounts deluxe c \ cleaning a services 513 742-0366 we also clean windows do it yourself specials Toyoto in Denali t0t0ta a Bali to. Who Asi Fob att Ems most genuine Toyota Oil filter genuine Toyota spark flogs 95. Pita to Mast applied genuine Toyota air filter a it �10% off Coupon Good for All other parts St vhf ahead of old Man Winter genuine Toyota batteries Jam 9cq29vow pin i a i i i i you Purchase. 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