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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 28, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioNews mail ers Ufa Are students on Eastern Kentucky Ulver Sitye a Dean Quot a hat for the fall semester Are Linda Christian Barbara crap sey and Tama Kirby. A life area artist Nancy Goldston 9975 Tollgate ln., Montgomery has drawings on display at Emery Art gallery on Edge Cliff s Campus 2220 Victory Parkway from now unil feb. 15. The exhibit is open 1-5 ., sunday through. Friday. Admission is free. James rum Gayer my of or and mrs. Jaa aaa r. Gayer 8362 Gratia la., loan Moyne waa named on the hat of distinguished students at Purdue University for the 1900 fad semester. He is a senior in the school of Industrial engineering. Pvt. Charlea t. Milf of Aronof or. And mrs. Milton 8606 hedge ave., Kennedy Heights recently completed one station unit training at the us infantry school. Fort Banning a George a. Brock son. Of mrs. James a. Brock 1387 Myrtle .am., Losa Moyne has been promoted in the us air Force to the rank of technical sergeant. Ohio daily numbers game comes to Syverton ploy it at the sales a Swap shop 7 28 Montgomery re. Hours 10-8 Judy s food Market As i lose As your Telephone rain Snow Shine. If e deliver anytime. Rec issues Dean s list area volunteers Aid a March area volunteers Are participating this week in the 1981 mothers March for the March of dimes ending on sunday. Men and women Are soliciting in neighbourhoods for funds to help with focal research Grants and the annual Grant to children s Hospital medical centers Cincinnati Center for developmental disorders. Among the volunteers Are from left Bob Jones of Wacky this year s Campaign chairman mrs. Rachel Anderson and mrs. . Patrick both of Kennedy Heights mrs. James Perrin of Madeira and Jerry Thomas of Krc whose alter ego a Granny is chairwoman of the in front is Jason Edwards of Hyde Park March of dimes poster boy. In accompanying photo with Jones and Jason Are from left miss Jackie Cunningham of pleasant Ridge and mrs. Herman Kandelson of Roselawn. By mond Walters College 955s Plain Field Leblue Ash. Recently issued its autumn Quarter Dean s list. Life area students named on the list Are Lisa Broermann Michael Cappel Denise Elliott. Christine fit is Carole Hock Lisa Holt Jayne Leisring. Theresa Meiser Karen Nagel Ralph Nardini Lynn resale. Lynn Sellers Connie Stephenson David Steigler. Kathleen Thalheimer. Michael Wong and Cynthia Wright also Pamela Archer. Marcia Bauer Stephen Trasch Julie Donnellon. Tracey Eigel Carien Feltner Jane Heilig Rhonda Holloway Jeff Keller. Rebecca happenings Quot curriculum fair Quot parents and students of Indian Hill High school. Feb. 4, 7 45 to 9 45 a.m., cafeteria teachers. Counselor and department Heads will be available to answer questions regarding Content requirements and approaches to courses available for the 1981-82 school year. A Madeira Garden club meeting feb. 2, noon Home of mrs. Earl malady speaker mrs. James h. King topic. Quot Flowers of the Bible Quot members May bring any specimen blooms. Blue Ash women s club meeting feb. 2, 8 ., Blue Ash municipal bldg. Speaker Pamela Reising of a comforts of Home quilting shop in Montgomery on history of quilting guests invited. Paper drive Maple Dale school 6100 Halewa dr., feb. 7, 9 .,. Bagged or bundled newspapers no books or magazines Money raised will be used for a school gift. Gold o Silver specializing in estate amp antique jewelry Sale Garnet beads 30% off thru Jan. 30. 1981 the Village jewel �hphone-321 9343 metro he Hyde Park Village mall 3330 Erie ave. Indian Hill students Jet to France Jan. 31 8lc=j fourteen students from Indian Hill High school will leave for France on Jan. 31. They will spend five Days in Paris under the auspices of the French dept of education and three weeks in Aix participating in the fifth annual student foreign Exchange program Between the school Lychee Paul Cezanne in Aix in province France and Indian Hill High school. Students who will be making the trip Are Rod Barr Lisa Bollinger Paula Distler Nancy Dev Anna Nancy Gold Farb Robin Greiner Laurie Keller sue Lyon Lisa More Eleanor Oths Michelle Radin Doug Thompson Belinda Ward and Jenny Woodhouse. Mary Sheridan foreign language instructor at the school will be accompanying the students off the trip. While in France the students will be staying with different families and attending High school there. In april students from France will come to scholarships offered by Silverton club two $500 scholarships will be presented in May by the Silverton women a club to 1981 graduates who reside in Silverton. The Grants May be used at accredited colleges universities Junior colleges a and technical colleges and can be supplemented to any other partial scholarship received. Interested students must Send completed applications to mrs. Elmer Schnee chairwoman of the scholarship committee no later than april 4. Application forms and Complete information Are available from Counselor it the area schools. Deer Park Man Heads Campaign . Marshall 3d of Deer Park president of the Southern Ohio Bank will chair the 1981 business mobilized for Xavier Bax Campaign. Thomas p. Carroll of Blue Ash certified underwriter of Northwestern Mutual life insurance has been named As Campaign coordinator. Life area residents named As Bax group chairmen Are Quot Warren Nock sales manager of the Coffee division at Procter and Gamble j. Clay Stinnett vice presi Dent consumer finance of the Central Trust co Pany James m. Hart vice president and general manager for Wewt to and Joseph Lacombe vice president finance of the John Shillito co. Visit Indian Hill school families and attend the High school for three weeks. The purpose of the Exchange program is to provide students of both countries with a better comprehension of the language the culture and r a viable grass roots Contact with the people of each nation. The program is sponsored by the National Assn. Of secondary school principals. Un8r. Carolyn Luck. Gary mans. Kathryn Phelps. Cynthia Smith. Annette writer. Hal Wasson. Marsha Weimer Theresa Wright Karen my afro Richard Converse Colin Driscoll. Gerri Gruber Janet Reynolds Joan Spears. Allison Rulford Gretchen King Mary spake and Susan Wilkinson mayor honors a super Seniora a super senior of Cincinnati awards were presented at 2 Today Jan. 281 to 14 residents of Woodside Manor 5970 Kenwood rd., Madeira by mayor Forest Atkins. Recipients were Gus and Dorothy Zulager Alice Tensley Anne Rotert Georgiana Billingsley Alice Tey Annie Hinton Mike Pope Grace Lewis Fannie Case Ethel Dorsey nomie Reynolds John Sinder. And Harold Graver. It waa the first presentation of such in award at Wood Side Manor. The 14 a super seniors received certificates with the mayor s Seal. Founded August 2,1911 4415 Montgomery rd., Norwood okie 45212 Send my mail to Bra 12010, Cincinnati 0.45212 hot efter by Cinti. Suburban temp attn inc. I it Wal cd Mcm a Watt inc. A pc a void by u s Summ press inc rata by mad Peryear sniff a Capy 2tk Mew office Haura 9am Itas we mar he feb emar Mani in my or Cetty new twit pts Nietin t it Iota yet pm Maent Tea la few she new cute vice put a id Igen vel Manege news. 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Bottle 1.49 family size tide a. 5.99 Box Campbells Tomato the 89 Maxwell House Coffee mme ram 2.29 or. Coffee 89 Kennel ration burgers.1.09 or. Neet trash bags.loct.30g�nonsia 99 bananas. .3 in 98 head lettuce.49 Mclntosh apples. M49 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 Spring into action with Madeira Community evening classes first 1981 term a amp we Quot taxes and you Amateur radio silk Flowers investments canoeing painting German plus daytime Quot moves to music Quot tried and True aerobic dance volleyball car computer Bridge 2 level paperbacks needlepoint a moves to music Quot yoga boating safety dog obedience typing Tennis 2 level guitar i belly dancing 2 Levels. Brochures at Madeira Public Library registration february 9, 10, 11 7 30-9 ., Madeira High school most classes Start week of feb. 23, 1981 notice of nondiscr1m1natory policy As to students the Madeira Community evening i ass a program admits students of any race color National and ethnic origin to All the rights privileges programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school it does not discriminate on the basis of race color National and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies admissions policies scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs. F it % now the cab account checking savings Bonus this is the most comprehensive negotiable order of withdrawal account available. It s one account that works for you two different ways its a savings account that works like a checking account. Pays interest on the balance. And is insured by the Federal Deposit insurance corporation. 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