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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 23, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioAwards Day winners at Madeira schools shutter Bug a drive in store offering one Day film developing Kodak and Polaroid film Flash cubes bulbs batteries and instamatic cameras is now open on Kenwood re. Next door to the Kenwood Bowling lanes and Kenwood Plaza. The store is open monday through Friday from 10 . To 8 . Saturday from 10 until 6 and sunday 11 to 4. Customers May also drop off film in a 24-hour night Deposit. The Kenwood store is the sixth shutter Bug location in greater Cincinnati. Martini Zers leading girls softball teams class a Mason Middleton construction Defeated Madeira Shell 10-7. Winning Pitcher a. Gregg losing Pitcher c. Bauer. Shells Sisters c. Bauer and b. Bauer hit Home runs As did masons m. Middleton and p. Anderson. Madeira Village pharmacy Defeated Southern Ohio Bank 2724. Winning Pitcher k. Malone losing Pitcher r. Mead. For Madeira d. Burton k. Morgan and p. Linder hit Home runs. Linder hit two Home runs one of which was a grand slam. Deer Park Gold i goers Defeated Bartons Baker 10-5. Winning Pitcher d. Jansing losing Pitcher k. Kegan. Deer Parks d. Meiers j. Klare and t. Brune had 4 for 4. Bartons d. Coffin hit a Home run. East Hills pharmacy were Defeated by Montgomery 1-hour Martin izing 6-4. Winning p i Cher c. Radcliffe losing Pitcher s. Silver. Montgomery a v. Stambaugh and h. Harris had 3 for 4. East Hills j. Nooe had 3 for 4. Nellie Cole realty Defeated Crawford pharmacy in extra innings 13-10. Winning Pitcher b. Helm losing Pitcher s. Abt. Nellie a b. Helm had 3 for 5 and b. Zike had 3 for 4. R Crawford a Byrd had 3 for 5. League standing after seven weeks of play Montgomery t hour Martin izing 7-0 Deer Park Gold Digger 6-1 East Hills pharmacy 5-2 Mason Middleton construction 4-3 Nellie Cole realty 3-3. Crawford pharmacy 3-4 Bartons bakery 2-4 Madeira Village pharmacy 2-5 Madeira Shell 1-6 Southern Ohio Bank 0-7. Wheelchair student wins diploma David Stiens son of or. And mrs. John Stiens 3635 Aike Side ave., was awarded a Woodward High school diploma although he is confined to a wheel chair. He completed his High school studies with a Home Tutor. His courses were All regular Woodward studies and Many of his examinations were prepared by Woodward teachers and administered by his Tutor mrs. Adelaide Englert one of his hobbies is collecting clippings on the Moon flights a subject in which he is deeply interested. At Madeira City schools awards Day program May 27 yearly recipients of the Susan b. A Nee awards were presented to the following Christine Banks Holly Berry Douglas Blough Martha Bobo Valli Borcherding Behrer Craver Jennifer Eling Anita Guy Jennifer Hicks Bill Hoifeldt Gary Iskra Sherry Jacobs Jerry Johnson Kira Krohn Cynthia Grummet Ina Lawrence John Maier Michael Manning Heidi Messinger Laurie Miller Roz Rotte Mark Schreibel Lori Springmeier and Laura Welland. Hiese students will have their names inscribed on the schools Hance plaque and also received pins of recognition. They were selected by faculty members from lists of students receiving the award each grading period. Physical fitness awards were presented to Carol Toki sue Glasgow Terry Kuykendall Daryl Buton Phillip Berry Mike Collins and Jon Toki. Gardner Benedict band director presented music awards to the following students who participated in the instrumental. Contest at Colerain High school in february John Maier Shannon Mahaffey Laurie Miller sue Craig Cindy Grummet Kim Krohn Beverly Tench Cheryl Gibbs Sheryl Gibbs Elaine grass Man and Jennifer Hicks. The Madeira music association presented partial scholarships to the Ball state music Camp for Ron Ray Beverly Tench and Cheryl Gibbs. Mrs. L o 1 a c Orn i s h presented the Home economics award to Kim Krohn. Citizenship awards sponsored by the sons of the american revolution were presented by Richard Tanner eighth Gride american history teacher to Gary Iskra Paul Lawrence Richard Mosbacher Jen Nifer Griffith Nancy Fullam and Chris Kneidl. Presentations and recognitions were also made to the winners of the student Council Art contest and drug abuse poster contest the science contest participants and the Post times Star Wco spelling Bee entrants. Those who appeared on the Honor Roll and Hance award lists for each grading period also received recognition. Sell Man award winners Are pictured above. This award is Given to those students achieving top Scholastic attainment in individual subject areas. They were presented by superintendent Herbert Dericks. Festival winners George Billups 3918 Cedar Wood pi., Silverton won the $500 top prize at the Silverton firemen a festival june 12. Other winners Are Mary Lang 8858 Cherry Blossom le., $100 l. Van Ness 1251 Immaculata le., $100 Richard Cook 6411 Stoll be $50 and u. Spear 6861 Stoll le., $50. Ball player Hurt Joyce Fairfield 33, 1800 Langdon farm rd., suffered a possible fracture of the left hip while playing a baseball in French Park june 20. She was taken to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park use squad. 3 Northam suburban life wad Neuy june 23, 1971 a a a Mner aet mouse antique a buy a Tell 7786 Cooper rd., Montgomery Ohio hrs Tum. Thru sat. 10 to 6 sunday 1 6, open til 8 pm monday and wednesday new tutorial program. . Sellman and Camargo Miami Hills schools have initiated a remedial tutorial program whereby Community volunteers with some training in Reading and mathematics contribute their time. Mrs. Louise Guy assists a student with Reading. These volunteers working with the regular staff make it possible for some students to receive More individual attention in Reading and math. Three teams Defeated by . All stars phone 791-7746 7796 Montgomery Road Corner of Kenwood amp Montgomery Quot your Complete service Quot optician Perkins Pancake House and Deer Park Texaco All stars Defeated Michael Concrete 10-3, to avenge an earlier loss. Mike Copeland went the route for . Striking out 4, walking 1, and giving up 5 hits. . Banged out 9 hits and were Lead by Steve Vonderhaar with 2 singles and Steve Hertzenberg and John Thamann with a single and 2 a big a. Tim Wark Mark Schweitzer Jim Frey Greg Wessels and Dan Powers each singled. See Carlson a driveway coatings Brecon remains in tie for first rain forced the Sycamore township Church softball league into an abbreviated schedule last week with Only three games being played. Brecon methodist remained in a tie for first place by edging Sharonville presbyterian 14 to 11, Ralph Redwine was the winning Pitcher while j. . Sellman awards were presented to 15 students in grades five through eight at the Madeira City schools awards Day program May 27. From left to right Are David Grigg Doug Blough Mike Grossman James Blough Jody Mayo Bob Robinson second Row Connie Wolfe Roz Rotte Laurie Miller Jane Wukusick Judy Rohr Nancy Estill Molly o Connor Cindy Moody end Amy Brunner. Kautz was. Tagged with the loss. Jack of Sullivan of Sharonville hit the games Only Home run. Springdale presbyterian the other co Leader went 10 innings before sliding by Madeira Church of Christ 12-11. The game ended when Chester Maupin circled the bases with a two out double. Steve shuck the winners with four hits while Maupin and Mel Tackett each had three. Madeira a Green had five hits and teammates Wagner and Hartley each had Home runs. Highland Avenue Baptist used Early inning Home runs by Mike Hacker and Mike Byrd to Down Sharonville methodist by 8 to 3. Ron Richardson pitched for Highland with Tom Carroll receiving the loss. A double forfeit was declared in the Roselawn Baptist tri county Baptist game when neither team had enough players to Start the contest even though the Field was perfectly dry. Standings Brecon methodist 6-1 Springdale presbyterian 6-1 my. Carmel Baptist 4-1 Trinity United Church of Christ 3 1 Montgomery p r e s b y t e r i a a 3 2 Sharon i he presbyterian 3-3 Highland Avenue Baptist 3-3 Sharonville methodist 2-4 Madeira Church of Christ 1-4 Montgomery Faith Bible 1-4 Roselawn Baptist 1-5 tri county Baptist 1-5. A Mufti fed tar coating restores Quot like new appearance tar Cote will do wonders for your Blacktop dries overnight to an evenly textured Black finish. 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