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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 07, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioW Library Ohla historical Poauty 1w2 Yelana ays. Calumba Oblo 43211 in aria . Mosnot a ctr Cist al Ohio rss a it to �30 new environment and loyalties wife three children share faustus notre Dame chi Llense by Perry Cooper when Gerry Faust leaves Cincinnati for his new coaching Job in South Bend ind., it will be a Challenge for him and for his wife and three children As Well. For while faustus ascension to the head coaching Post it the University of notre Dame is a dream come True for him it is not without some reluctance that his Fame by will leave their longtime Home at 7617 Carriage ln., Montgomery. Marlene Faust Gerry s wife for More than 16 years said of the moment when she Learned her husband would be taking on the fighting Irish Job Quot i was Happy for Gerry but a Little apprehensive about making the unlike wives of most football coaches she has not had to face the task of moving about from place to place. Coach Faust started Moeller High schools football program 20 years ago and has been its Only head coach since a varsity team was initiated four years later. And in that time nothing but Success has been the crusaders lot. Victories have come in Bunch Salong with some state and National championships. The most recent of these came last fall As Moeller humbled Massillon while rumours about faustus chances of Landing the notre Dame Job were bandied about almost daily in the press. Now that he has the Job mrs Faust was asked if it is difficult to make the move after All these years of stability and Success in Cincinnati. A Quot yes it sure is a she admitted. Quot but it s something Gerry has always wanted. And the people at South Bend have been just super to us. In a sure it will work out for the the move also will be a big change for the Faustsr three children. Julie is a Sophomore at st. Ursula and a member of the Moeller Reserve cheer leading squad which mrs. Faust works with when she has time. Gerry iii is an eighth grader at All saints school and in the fall he and Julie will be attending st. Joseph High school in Indiana. Steve now a seventh grader at All saints will be attending Christ the King school. All three will finish out the school year Here. The faults have not yet sold their Montgomery Home and they k Aren t sure exactly when be leaving. The area. While the head of the household prepares the groundwork for his first season with the fighting Irish the rest of the family goes about As usual mrs. Faust works As a Secretary at Sycamore Junior High school and the youngsters Are by cd in their respective schools after Christmas vacation. But the move to South Bend will be the Start of new challenges for All of them. They will be adapting to a new environment and a new Gridiron loyalty. Mrs. Faust said she had spoken with her husband about the challenges she will be facing but As yet those challenges Are not Well defined. Quot i really done to know yet what they expect of me As the coach s wife Quot she said. Quot but ill Back the program to the Hilt just like i be always done at she noted that meeting the challenges at Moeller has not been easy i sacrifice a lot a she said. Quot if 1 was t willing to sacrifice i done to think Gerry could have been As successful As he s mrs. Faust added that she loves the game of football and the excitement of being a coaches wife. She praised the boys of Moeller for making her 16-year association with the school enjoyable and she said she Hopes to maintain personal relationships with a number of friends in this area. Quot its been an exciting life a mrs. Faust concluded. Quot there a never a Dull Jerry and Marlene fault with children from left. Gerry 111, Steve and Julie to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 5310234 circulation 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat submit ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Erley Village Kennedy Heights Silverton 1 Indian Hill Madeira pleasant t Ridge Brecon Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood my of Csc Sutlon integrity vol. Xxx no. 23 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 7, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234ricky King fund kindles Susan Schmid student government president and one of the student leaders behind the Success of the Ricky King fund drive at Madeira High school la flanked by it. William Balistrere from children s Hospital on the left and Richard King after she introduced them at a school Assembly. By Regina Viviers although final totals Arentt in yet students at Madeira High school and Sellman Middle school know that they be conducted the most successful fund Raiser Ever. Their combined efforts in the three weeks before Christmas produced at least $3,200 for the Ricky King fund for Reyes syndrome research at children a Hospital. Money is still trickling in and sometime in january the Money will be totalled and taken to Richard King at Krc to be turned Over to children a Hospital. Sellman will top last year s total and High school students will go Over last years Mark by about $1,000. But it Isnit the Large amount of Money collected that makes the drive the Best Ever it s the spirit of the students teachers and school officials of both schools and their attitudes toward the drive that makes it such a heartwarming experience. People who say that school spirit is dead and that Quot kids done to care about anything anymore should have been around Madeira High school in december. They would have seen the frenzied activities a bake sales at lunch time Candy peddling during tag teacher s advisory group i Jay Hanson hawking Quot Tootsie pops Quot bought with his own Money the raffling of a huge Christmas tree cake at Assembly. They would have seen the youngsters digging into their own pockets giving up their treats and soda spirits in Madeira and even lunch Money Money. The students collected at Ball games. They went caroling for the Ricky King fund. They talked to everyone who a listen and this year they got the people in the Community of Madeira interested. People listened and Learned about Reyes syndrome from the Young people and they responded with donations. Although it was a solemn undertaking and the students were serious about it they As Young people will had fun with it. They thought up ways to make the Job exciting. Competitions were started Between the various tag groups. Those critics of tag who say it Isnit working should have seen How in some tag groups the members a Mew. Pm together and formed a sort of family. And it was their group against the world. The Competition was fiercely keen Between a few groups these groups were led by spirited teachers who were intensely interested in the drive and fed their enthusiasm to the students. Rick tanners and Karin Schneider Stag groups were the top two and collected the most Money but other groups were not far Back. Students in the winning tags will receive Kings Island passes donated by Taft broadcasting co. There will also be a pizza party and free periods but it was not the prizes that made these Young people work for the Ricky King fund. At o Den i government president said it Best Quot it gives me such a Good feeling Susan was a spark plug during the drive. On the final Day even after the winning tags were announced she and members of or. Gardner Stag As Well As Diane mar quart from another group collected at the door at the basketball game with Sycamore. They got another $65. They even went around that night and got the Sycamore people to donate asking them to Chip in a Quarter. A i can to wait until next year a Susan said. A let s get All the schools around Here to join us in Over and Over on the a find Day la a slut drive students and teachers were voicing thoughts of next year. Members of mrs. Schneider s tag who had been dubbed a super tags a because they also won the room decorating contest were planning a dance for the Ricky King fund a next year. ,. And Jay Hanson whose tag came in about 5th or 6th, said a Tanner and Schneider better look out because next year we re going to win in be found a place where i can get Tootsie pops wholesale a a because of the Ricky King fund people in charge at Madeira schools Are proud. Spirit is alive and Well and their Young people have proved that they Indian Hill resident accepts Swaziland clinic assignment Mbabane Swaziland will be the new Home of Tim Rhodenbaugh former Indian Hill resident and his wife Becky. The Rhodenbaugh have recently completed 13 inside of Page 2oxford dream comes True for Kennedy Heights Man. Page pays off for Deer Park resident Page 7-8 Page 13. Sports happenings weeks of intensive training in preparation for their two year assignment with Campus crusade for Christ International. Founded in 1951, Campus crusade for Christ works with pastors and churches throughout the world and has various divisions involved with Christian outreach to College and University students Church laymen families executives prisoners the military and others. The organization currently has More than 10,800 regular and associate staff of Many nationalities working in 131 countries and protectorates around the world. Or. Rhodenbaugh son of or. And mrs. William Rhodenbaugh of 7777 Tecumseh tr., will be practising dentistry at the Mbabane medical clinic in Swaziland As Well As conducting Christian outreach there., his wife Becky daughter of Roland l. Lacey of North Bend also will be working at the Mbabane medical clinic As a registered nurse. R he agape movement is a specialized ministry of Campus crusade for Christ International. The movement is specifically designed to assist in meeting physical and social needs overseas through placing Christian Lay persons who have specialized vocations and professional skills Over seas. Staff members use their professions As a springboard for communicating the message of Jesus Christ. Or. Rhodenbaugh attended Indian Hill High school and earned his . Degree at Miami University in Oxford arid his doctorate in dental surgery from Ohio state University in 1979. Mrs. Rhodenbaugh is a 1977 graduate from the Ohio state University school of nursing. Asked about the decision to become staff members of Campus crusade or. Rhodenbaugh replied Quot god showed me that i could be most effective for him by using both my professional skills and my ministry skills to meet Peoples the Rhodenbaugh will be in the Cincinnati area and Are available to speak to civic and Church groups about their work with Campus crusade for Christ. They can be reached at 7777 Tecumseh to. Before leaving for Swaziland during the latter part of january. Mrs. Freeman Marks Centennial birthday Tim and Becky Rhodenbaugh in Nutry system i Debbie Brooks boasts Quot i a lost 98 lbs. And 5 a dress sizes. In just a Tew i months and i la never be i a overweight again. Thanks z to nutria system Holiday special Start mow save $50.00 with this Coupon offer expires 1/12/81 Call today county 230 Northland blvd. Suite 210 772-0011 Kenwood 8050 Montfomery 14 suite 105 801-8444 hours m of sat n00m Florence Freeman has just passed an important Milestone in her life. On dec. 29 she celebrated her 100th birthday at the East Galbraith nursing Home in Deer Park. Bom and raised in Kentucky the former Florence chi dry married Forest Freeman in Trinity by. They later moved to Feesburg Ohio where they lived until or. Freeman died in 1964. Mrs. Freeman moved to an apartment in Deer Park and six years ago at the age of 92, she entered the nursing Home. Four of the couple s six pm Karen Are living and she has 14 grandchildren 18 great grandchildren. And three great great grandchildren. Phone 891 771 1 8 7529 Kenwood Rel Rwm is t $ it Noori smut what am Gold Silver coins 4 Stirling Foft flt my we buy Cash payment a Alfa a a Vul m Murat atm Guinea of Forest and Williams ave i Norwood 631-2112 open 7 Days Milu pm Florence Freeman sew easy sewing school Register now for classes in january 791 3654 7714 plainfield1 re. It it it my a ilc in ltd it Imp a my a my 4m�1

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