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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 29, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioNewsman it ers student speaker named winners rank High in math three Madeira High school students made outstanding scores in the i9n1 National mathematics examination. Madeira Smath team placed 34th out of 499 participating Ohk it schools. Drew Broyles Center a senior was the top scoring Madeira student coming in 113th of 29,497 participating students. Christopher Dodd left a Sophomore ranked 134 and senior Michael Andry right ranked 161. Robert scow either of re Sela in formerly of Blue Ash. Has been named vice president director of sales and marketing of electronic Eye it. Of Reading Schweitz the firm whih specializes in surveillance and protective systems for businesses and Homes after serving As regional sales manager for the Leonard Silver mfg. Co. Of Boston. See Roger Leinberger 4378 Sycamore has been named a Boss of the year Quot for 1981 by the seven Hills chapter of the american business women a Assn. Leinberger is director of the radiology department at lady of mercy hip stud. A Mary 1 Polly Harwood Deupree of Kenwood has received the Pearl Gantz Sward As outstanding Vot College show features works of Gavin Sisters a unique Art show featuring the works of three Montgomery Sisters opens May 3 at Chat Field College st. Martins Ohio. Kathy Laurie and Lisa Gavin attended All saints school in Montgomery and ursuline Academy Blue Ash where they majored in Art. They were invited to exhibit their work at Chat Field by sister Elizabeth Browne former Art director at ursuline and now Art show coordinator at Chatfield. She is responsible for organizing shows for local As Well As nationally known artists. Kathy received a . Degree in graphic design from us College of design Art and architecture and is employed As an advertising artist by Cincinnati shoe co., a division of . Shoe. A Laurie majored in Fine arts at Ohio state University. She now lives in san Diego Calif., and is continuing her studies in technical illustration. Lis k is a Junior at ursuline where her Art ability is frequently used in designing yearbook covers stage design and Art for other school functions. She has received numerous Art awards including those from shit ito a Scholastic Blue Ash production Laurel Aylor left will be playing Alice in a Blue Ash elementary s Hool musical program May 1, 7 . At Sycamore High school. Other cast members Are from left Kevin Huntting dormouse Eric Mutchler March Hare Mike Walters mad Hatter Shelley Fussell Cheshire cat and Richie Maxwell As Tweedle Dee. Suburban founded August 2, Ini 4415 Montgomery a Norwood. Ohio 45212 Send a Moil to Boi 12010, Cincinnati 0.45212 published t every wednesday by cent. Suburban it newspapers in. Cd Wco a Nat subscription Stiv abut he k mail new it Pap it a 515 per year Lac. Single copy 204 six Fumm Nat Maizit fit suburban press. 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They Are the daughters of James and Joanne Gavin 7665 Tailwind dr., Montgomery. The College show opens with a wine and cheese reception sunday and continues through May 17. The exhibit includes paintings ceramics enamelling and graphic designs. The College is located on route 251 in st. Martins near Fayetteville. Schweitzer Untener of 1980, Deupree was nominated for the award by easy riders a United Appeal Agency whose Volunteer Drivers provide medical transportation for people who have no other Way to get to their doctors appointments since 1976 Deupree has used her own car and gasoline to drive More than 6,000 Miles and has contributed almost 700 Volunteer hours driving for easy riders. She is also an Active member of the Board of trustees. A Ralph p. Elba of Kenwood has been promoted to vice president of Western South Era life s Law department Ellis joined the company i 1917 As claims attorney subsequently advancing to associate counsel and second vice president in the Law department. He is a graduate of us evening College and us Law school. A a Cpl. William r King son of William j. King 5638 Abbottsford ave. And Louise Neal 6411 Barre rd., recently participated in training at the Marine corps. Mountain warfare training enter Bridgeport Calif. He is a member of the 3rd battalion 5th marines based at Camp Pendleton Calif. Saudi Swanton a 1979 graduate of Indian Hill High Ellis Schauer school has been initiated into the us chapter of pri chi National Honor society in psychology. Swan ton is a Sophomore. She also has completed Parachute jump training and accomplished her first jump at the Waynes Ville sport Parachute club. J Ewe tie Schauer. Of spooky hollow Road is one of 260 volunteers who will be honoured May 3 at Bethesda Hospital. A charter member of Bethesda Hospital auxiliary she has volunteered at both hospitals and served As chairwoman of various committees Over the past 18 years. She and her daughter Are also Volun Teers at the Oak facility Coffee shop. Airman Brian Converse son of or. And mrs. Patrick Converse. 8573 Plainfield rd., has been assigned to Sheppard air Force base Texas after completing air Force Basic training. Converse will now receive specialized in suction in medical services. A Madeira club women award scholarships six College scholarships of $500 each will be awarded by Madeira women a club to the following Madeira High school seniors Annette theuring daughter of or. And mrs. Edward theuring 8505 Camargo rd., Indian Hill who plans to attend new York on Northwestern David Harris son of or. And mrs. Donald Harris 7630 Thomas dr., who will study computer engineering correction several salary figures and percentages were incorrectly reported in last weeks Story about wage increases at Amberley Village. Patrolmen with a Between one and two years of experience make $20,400, an 11 percent not 26 percent increase from last year. Firefighters Are now paid $1,400 annually. Also the Correct Range for maintenance department superintendent is $17,000 to $20,000 and for the Village clerk $14,750 to $16,250. Overall rate of increase is 11 percent. Lori Hoffeld daughter of or. And mrs. William Hoffeld 7270 Berwood who will attend Miami University Barbara of Donnel daughter of or. And mrs. Richard of Donnel 7090 Tances dr., accepted by Ohio state University Randolph Rotte ton of or. A a mrs. Randolph of Rotte 7272 Berwood accepted at Ohio state. The scholarships will be presented at an awards breakfast May 14 at the High school. Plays Lead. Stephanie Kaufmann 4414 Hunt rd., Montgomery is cast in the role of Annie Oakley for the production of a Annie get your gun Quot at st. Rita school for die deaf on May 1-2. Curtain time is 8 . In the school auditorium. Offstage readers will provide the voices for the actors. Admission is $2 adults $1 children or $5 family. Now you can conveniently use your visa or Mastercard to order your Mother s Day Flowers by phone mothers Day is sunday May 10, so order Early or come in amp see our Cash w carry discount remember your Mother with a Quot big huge bouquet from ltd. $17.50 amp up. We have City wide delivery 7396 Camargo re. 561-6788 �8 it 5 Madison re Madi Sonvile 271 1101 renewing your cd come hear in Hutton talk about f serious Money investments. We re holding a special seminar at our new Kenwood office that we think every investor should hear. An experienced professional will discuss facts and principles of various types of investments with special emphasis on deferred annuities. Kenwood when thursday april 30, 7 30 . Saturday May 2, 11 00 . Where of Hutton amp co., inc. 8035 Hosbrook Road speakers James Kenneth r. Ludovici reservations limited Call 73-9100 for v0�or reservations Hutton of Hutton amp company inc. 8035 Hosbrook re. A Whon of Hutton talks Puoplo Julie Lynn Griswold 3727 Montell ave Beechwood won the Christoff emm secondary mathematics prize presented annually by Miami University a department of mathematics and statistics. Speech at Sycamore High school received Money and plaque prizes for their efforts this month. Finalists in the freshman a Sophomore division were Barb Lamb 1st Debra Foster 2nd Mike Proffitt 3rd Lisa Gleason 4th Marie Kals Beck 5th Amy Hinrichs 6th. Senior Junior division winners were Chris Ward 1st Todd Norris 2nd Rich Rasuman 3rd a Larry Bartel 4th. Judy a food Market /4s close As your Telephone rain Snow Shine it e deliver anytime. 3a a 1 _7prices Good thru May 2.1981 Boneless rolled pork roast .1.s9 la. Breakfast Ham slices.1.99 la. Breaded veal cube steaks. 2.79 la. Freshly ground beef .3.w 1.25 la. Freshly ground beef u�.,�>��?� 1-19 la. Bacon. Judy s sliced slab 1.09 la. Smoked beef Tongue. Limited Supply 2.29 la. Cube steaks. Lean and tender 2.39 la. Edelmann a Leona or minced Ham. 1.49 la. Veal cutlets veal chops calf liver rib or loin Lamb chops Charmin toilet tissue.�89 unsweetened Grapefruit juice White Villa 46 of. Can 79�?~ Gold medal flour.5,6 589 c0ntadina Tomato paste .�?z,e,2oz�.�. 49 suckers grape Jelly. .32. 99 White Villa Tomato , 69 White Villa asparagus. Cut All Green #303 can 79 Maxwell House master blend Coffee. 13 or can 1.99 Nabisco Premium Saltine crackers. 1,5 5. 59 Chip ahoy cookies. 19 of. Package 1.49 Pepsi cola. A a a a a regular or diet 8 16 of. Bottles 1.69 plus Deposit bananas a a # a a a v m a a a a a a .�1 a 3 iii 98 onions.3, 89 cabbage. 21. 45 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 . Doii cab banking As dose As the mail Box if you receive a social Security Check supplemental Security income civil service retirement Railroad retirement or . Compensation and pension you can take advantage of direct Deposit with us your Check will emailed directly to us. Deposited to your account arid will be ready for you to use after the third of each and every month no More trips to the Bank. No More worry about loss or theft of your Check Check with us for details. And then banking will be As close As the nearest mail Box Thi Etna Bank Frith the big heart citizens df�?Tte1�?T Quot to Ink "bf1 ram bar Odic 9 i my c Bank Siverton Montgomery Kenwood some rss to opening soon

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