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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 18, 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburbs a life wednesday feb to Issi Dumont students Reading champs Winter event in Kenwood the st. Margaret Mary society of All Sainta Church in Kenwood will hold it Winter card party feb. 25, 8 . In the school All purpose room. Helping plan the event Are from left Gail Kelsch Janis Farrell Karen ferry s Hoot principal sister Mary Delellis Pat Borman and Margretta Muster. Reservations Are s3. All proceeds will be used for school equipment and furnishings. For information or reservations Call 793-9305 or 793-1266, news mail ers by Regina Villers around Dumont elementary school in Madeira Reading is the a a in thing a and everybody is doing it. In fact they re champions at it. In the read a Thon sponsored by the National multiple sclerosis society Dumont was the top school out of 150 participating schools Horn four countries a Hamilton and three Northern Kentucky counties. # Dumont had 76 students who participated and each child got sponsors who pledged an amount of Money for each Book read. The 76 Dumont students read a total of 1,925 books and raised 11732 for multiple sclerosis. Each child in the top school who competed in the read a Thon received two tickets to the of. There were numerous other prizes Given and those won by Dumont Stu dents make a list too Long for listing. Frisbee were won by 23 students. Lynn Jacobs won a Quot mystery Sleuth dog and a camera. Jennifer Koth and Alison Dewitt also won cameras. Scott Schlensker won a tote bag and his sister Laurie Schlensker won a to shirt. But the top Winner at Dumont and in the entire read a Thon of 150 schools was Jennifer Koth Jenny is a third Grade student in mrs. To Vanbart cum a room. She read 300 books and collected $105 forms. Last year she was also the top student when she read 200 books. Jenny along with the a other top read a Thon winners was honoured at a luncheon in january where the guest master of ceremonies was Nick Clooney to 12 news Anchorman. Her prize for being the top Winner in the read a Thon is a set of books. Judy a food met ret As close As your Telephone rain Snow Shine. We deliver anytime Edward Carr Etil of Dillon Vale has been elected to the Board of directors and Mildred Martin of Loveland has been appointed Secretary of the Blue Ash building and loan co pvt. Aaron Smith son of or. And mrs. Dan Kap 903 Murle ln., Loveland will be working As a Recruiter aide for sgt. Michael Mccoy at the pleasant Ridge army recruiting station. Billy Hedges son of or. And mrs. Frank Hedges 9371 Lewis or. Blue Ash recently enrolled in the army a delayed entry program. A life area students recently inducted into the ursuline Academy National Honor society Are. From Deer Park taking top honors in the read a Thon Are Dumont students from left Scott Schlensker Jenny Koth who a City wide Winner for the second straight year Lynn Jacobs Laurie Schlensker and Alison Dewitt. Carr Etil Beni Martin Miller / new a pfc for your treasured jews try to few fas Fyon for you let us remount your i diamonds i 1 Jody Luebbers and Mary Pat Sweeney from Indian Hill Karin Peterson from Madeira Paula Schuler from Montgomery Adrienne Berning. Beth Skoretz Danae Walsh. Heather , Beth Kramer Ann Marie Kollman Cathy Miller Martha Rebeck and Sharon Reichert. A a. Bev Benz Silverton has joined the sales staff of suburban real estate Home trend. A life area boy scouts who will receive scouting a highest award the rank of the Eagle scout on feb. 22 Are Stephen Nawalaniec David Taylor Steve Schrichten Eric Greiner Robert Rhoden Baugh Brock Wagner. John Zimmer Thomas Regensburg ger Robert Boose James Weiss Anthony Misleh John Buse Thomas Possert Kurt pie ing and Brett Meyer a pvt. Felicia Dangerfield. Daughter of will Dangerfield 6629 Elwynne dr., Silverton is working As a Recruiter aide at pleasant Ridge army recruiting station Nick Miller 7559 Hosbrook dr., Kenwood has been named marketing manager at Kings Island he joined the marketing department in 1978 As the manager of advertising promotions. Suburban. Founded August 2,1961 4415 Montgomery lid., Norwood Ohio 45212 Send ail Marl to but 12010, Cincinnati 0.45212 pubs Hwte every wednesday by Cinti. Suburban ?. Or inc. Claris Ati subscript seb Aba a ltd by mail news Papas sis per year inc. Single copy 204 Hep a eme Vij u s Sumoff ten mss is i Runci , at it a Fri Rimby a Iurii Tiai Ifuku my in a a via ii Yew ii Tiu Teik dwt a a pm. 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All surprisingly affordable in Price Over 40 years service to the Community Herb Krombholz 9399 Shelly in Montgomery 891-1930 hours 10 til 12 8 1 tit 6 the following seventh and eighth graders from Sycamore Junior High school have been named to the Honor Roll 7 the Grade Jennifer Bowyer Kimberly Ann Flem Brooks Meg t Hisholm. Michelle Evans Knuf Ling. Kelley Meininger Darla Rice. Paul Anfinsen Lisa Baum William Crossley Elizabeth Henry Michael James Elizabeth Rubin Horren Arnold Lisa Biedermann. Karen Bratburd. Timothy Flem. I it Aru Gilmore Michael Gold John Heathcote. A Christine Higby Rache a Leckrone a a Jill Mairn. Lisa Sedwyck Catherine Shipley. Jeffrey Steinebrey Brian Ballman. Julie Bradshaw Gayle Brooks. Carl Falstrom. Robert Fisher Keith Hagemeier Gary Kuhr. Alan Wunder. 8th Grade Lezlie beam. John Cramer Margo Jackson. Katherine Ling. Manju Sangui. Mark Tanaka. David Biederman Jill Slop Kolte. Anthony Ursillo Stacy Baker Holly Mccroby David Welsh Denee Giffin Edward Goodman Dawn Johnson Stephen Kipp. Laura Bogner Melinda cla Baugh Angela Falla. Dawn Fruechtemeye. Amy Kline Karen Koehl Kymberly Williams Karen bus sen Ann Dolman. Christine Fulton Lisa. Krambrink. Sandra Lerman Andrea pravda Eric Hines and Darrell Polster. Libraries set tot programs the following free programs for children will be presented in March and april at Branch libraries Deer Park Library 3936 e. Galbraith rd., preschool storybook hour Ages 3-5, 10 30 . March 3-31, april 7-28. Madeira Library 7200 correction the Ohio dept of transportation has agreed to study the possibility of placing a traffic Light at the intersection of Montgomery and Cornell roads not Weller Road As reported last week. Also in the same Story the names of Sycamore township trustees Thomas Eberhard and Dennis Mckeown were misspelled. Life regrets the errors. Miami re pre school pict rebook hour Ages 3-5, 1 30 . Wednesdays in March and april bedtime storybook hour Ages 3-5, 7 . March 5, april 2. Pleasant Ridge Library 6233 Montgomery rd., pict rebook hour Ages 3-5, 10 . And 1 30 ., March 4-25, april 1-29. C \ Telephone answering equipment Center a phone mate a Sanyo a record a Calls a music on hold a code a phone a telephones sales amp service 631-1971 5126 Montgomery rd., Norwood Ohio free left. With this and Reci Jion m Ella gifts 10825 Montgomery re. At Geo. Meyers Village 984-2180 we would like to Welcome Kathy Ragle Back to our staff. She will be taking appointments starting March 3rd, 4 30p.m.-9 . Tues. Thru thurs. I i 6 1 prices Good thru february 21 Boneless stuffed Chicken breasts. 1.99 la. Eye of round .2.691b. Smoked beef Tongue. Limited Supply 2.39 la. New York strip steaks. 1.79 a. Freshly ground beef a a a a a a a a a 3 lbs. Or my 1.25 la. Bacon. Judy a sliced slab 1.09 la. Kahn a wieners. Limit 2 lbs. 1.39 la. Hari a a a a a a a a a Lull j. Alb edelmans Leona minced Ham or Lcy of a a a # a a a my Quot a a it a a # is Ibe Charmin toilet tissue. Pink Only 4 Rolls 89 cottage cheese a a. 12 of. Carton 59 Nalley Chip dip. French onion 59 fresh like Cut Green Beans. Yellow whole Kernel or Cream style Corn 14 of cans.2 for 79 hungry Jack Complete Pancake mix .2 99 log Cabin syrup a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 12 of. Bottle 69 Cincinnati Chili mix59 Kal Kan dog food a a a a a a a a. 14 of. A can 2 for 39 Oak Keg Sweet pickles 99 Kraft Macaroni amp cheese dinner .7 29 Nabisco stack pack Ritz crackers. .89 Box bananas. 3 lbs. 98 Jonathan apples a a Quot m a a�1 a a ��1 a i a i ibs 79 i la. Cello bags 65 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 . Say hello to your motorists agent. Haddix insurance Agency 8499 Smallwood Lane Cincinnati Ohio 45236 phone 513 793-7038 see a Deborah or Don far All your insurance needs. You will find them both knowledgeable and helpful. A i motorists insurance k 4 Echo Marie amp Ubu knows. Auto Home business and life l dbl iii Edveg 8100 Plainfield re. 984-0202 or. Thomas Ritter optometrist a Taii feb be Nee my a 5815 Madison re. Madisonville 271-3101 50ft contract of our guarantee you will receive All of the personal professional care possible to make you a Happy amp successful Contact. Lens wearer. The key to your future., a cab savings account what would you like to see in your future. A new ,. Home new car newly remodeler Kitchen a special vacation education for the youngsters these Are All worthwhile goals and obtainable when you save for Themi the key is a regular savings account with us add a Little or a lot if you wish each payday. Your Money will earn our generous rates the highest allowed by Law for any Bank so before you know it you la have the Money for that Down payment on your new Home or you la have the Cash for that vacation. Or Money with which to buy a car. So Start saving now. That a the key the Little Bank with Tow my heart citizens Wmk of bpm a my mar Odic is i my i c Bank Silverton Montgomery Kenai Ioco Somerset opening soon t

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