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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 03, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioCub scouts receive awards at banquet swing into Spring is the theme for the Montgomery woman s club luncheon fashion show thursday March 11 at the hospitality motor inn 1-71 and Montgomery re. Fashions will be by Kay s Shoppe of Lebanon hair styles by Ben Beaty s americana Salon and make up by Vanda Beauty products. Mrs. Edward Scheid left Model and club member is being made up by Betty Mimms Vanda Beauty Counselor. Tickets May be obtained from mrs. William Mccombie 891-2689 or mrs. Jim Bechtold 891-4916. High school discussion group to try again save Sycamore area Volunteer Endeavor interracial discussion group snowed under in february will meet tuesday at 8 . In Sycamore Middle school. The program will include a discussion of Community problems projects and any subject raised by those attending. Rev. . Henry of Hazelwood Baptist Church and Eben Finger a member of the group will be moderators. Margaret and Bob f a n k a user co chairmen extend an invitation to the Community to attend. Musicians in Competition musicians from five area High schools will participate in the annual District 12 and state finals of the Ohio music education High school Solo and ensemble contest it will be held tuesday on the Campus of Miami University Oxford. Local schools participating and their directors Are Cincinnati country Day John Ward Indian Hill High Earl Snapp and Benjamin Corx Madeira High Charles Medert Sycamore High Peter Metzger Nicholas Marinaro and Jack c. Wagner and ursuline Academy or. Cecilia. Competition in voice piano strings woodwinds brass and percussion for individual and group performance will be judged and Competition is open to students in grades nine through 12. Northeast 4 suburban life wednesday March 3, 1971 be w Ini lessons learn knit and stretch sewing. Complete your garment in one 3 hour lesson. Swimwear Slacks lingerie Etc. Also dressmaking beginners and advanced. Alterations. Silverton sewing Center 7302 Montgomery re. �?�31-074s Kirsch curtain rods and accessories Graux my a open Sunda a Kenwood Plaza i a Swifton Center a Lockean puppet show at Madeira Library picture Book hours for children three to five years old will be held at Madeira Library on three wednesdays mar. 10, 17 and 24. A puppet show will be presented next wednesday by the Library services committee of the Kenwood woman s dub at both the 10 and 11 . Picture Book hours. Stage sets puppets and script for the Story Quot the three bears a have been prepared by the committee headed by mrs. Mary c. Yemiola. Us class of �?T31 to hold reunion mrs. Carl w. Reuse 6542 Blue Ridge ave., is general co chairman and chairman of arrangements for the May 8 reunion of the University of Cincinnati a class of 1931 to be held at the Carousel inn starting with cocktails at 6 ., follow by a dinner dance. Samuel m. Rogoff 7565 Sagamore dr., is in charge of publicity and arrangements committees representative. Cub scout pack 179 held its Blue and Gold banquet feb. 13, in Sycamore Middle school. Entertainment was provided by the Kuni he Lodge 462 of the order of the Arrow. The following Rebelos received awards Scott Hanlon Jayson Nickel Terry Harp title Ray Gyler Billy Burton Carl Bloomer David Smith Scott Demar Chris Wagner Pat Steidel Pete Bender Mike Blanken Gary Shoemaker Danny filch Tommy Stone Gary Thomas Danny Brinkley David Scheiffele Kevin Daugherty Tad Bailey Brian Blanton and Rhon Redwin. Graduation certificates were presented to p. Steidle d. Brinkley r. Dickey t. Williams and Robby Mcannich Rebelos a wards a Ere presented to p. Steidle d. Brinkley and r. Redwine. John Frey and Ron Burlage were inducted into the pack. Various badges were awarded to Toby Stock Andy Hargis Brian Baker Rickey Monhollen Gregg Smith David Santos Joel Nickel and Jackie Barrie. Bear badges were awarded to Jeffrey Georgeles Gerald Brandenburg Michael York Sheldon Stanton Keith Brinkley Kevin Brinkley and Danny Thomas. Bear badges and other awards were Given to Phillip Schwegman Tim Robertson and Dan Santos. Silver arrows were presented to James nees Mike Suter Mark Suter and Ted House and Gold arrows to Joe Holt Man and Jay Hamilton. Medical auxiliary fashion show several area residents All members of the woman a medical auxiliary of the Academy of Medicine Are Active with plans for the annual fashion show to be held at Stouffer a Bronze room tuesday March 16. The show will be preceded by cocktails and a noon luncheon. Mrs. . Condorodis and mrs. . Froehlich both of Indian Hill Are co chairmen. Other Indian Hill residents serving on Comyn Ittzes Are Mes. . Slagle . Sanders jr., . Steele and . Miller and mrs. . Niehaus of Kenwood. Reservations close March 8, and must be sent prepaid to mrs. . Vesper jr., 1091 Burney le., 45230. 2 p. Fenwick k of c Hall Linden amp Blue Ash roads a 5 pm in March 7/ admission $1.25 All invited Bob o Leary chairman 1971 discussion group sets four sessions pleasant Ridge schools pre school discussion group on child management will hold four discussions on consecutive thursday mornings March 11,18 and 25 and april 1, at 9 15 . In the pleasant Ridge presbyterian Church. A Book a a child management a is necessary for participation and May be obtained by calling mrs. Fred Burnett 351-5037 or mrs. Paul Holub 351-3633. / Nursery care will be provided for a Small fee. Completes course pvt. James a. Davis son of Jason n. Davis 4850 Prospect ave., completed an eight week Chaparral Vul can crewman course at it. Bliss Tex. A 1969 graduate of Sycamore High school pvt. Davis entered the in september 1970, and completed Basic training at it. Leonard Wood to. R Cir a pcs of Armstrong Chapel tuesday 10 30 ., old Chapel Indian Hill and Drake . Program a a lenten Juiet Day a with mrs. James Giles Secretary to mrs. Peter Marshall wife of the late Senate chaplain luncheon to follow in Fellowship Hall. Guests Welcome reservations by March 6. Nursery care provided. Kaywood Garden club thursday 10, with mrs. Donald Fischer 6805 Marblehead dr., mrs. Edward Heiser co hostess. Program mrs. Oscar Curtsinger a Garden women a Friendship Circle of lutheran Church of our redeemer Silverton next wednesday after l e n ten service. Business meeting followed by Fellowship and refresh men is. Pleasant Ridge Pat fathers night dinner tuesday 6 15, school lunchroom. Program 7 30, in auditorium. Speaker Charles Carraher director of employee amp Community relations and Secretary of Cincinnati enquirer Quot life with a capital nomination of officers mrs. Walker Pollitt chairman of the Day. Students win st. Xavier scholarships Steve a. Martin 10310 Kenwood rd., a student at All saints school has been awarded a one year scholarship to st. Xavier High school. Half year or one semester scholarships Worth $300, were awarded to Richard Welsh 10535 Crescendo ct., a student at All saints and to Robert j. Muething 6770 Ridge rd., of nativity school. Scholarship finners were determined by standardized tests in English Reading comprehension mathematics and an in test. \ luncheon card party social planned mrs. Ann Miller pleasant Ridge a director of women in construction is assisting with the luncheon card party and social being ipod stored by the organization saturday March 13 from 1 to 5 . At Clove Mook country club. Reservations May be made by March 11 with mrs. Fran Engel Home phone 731-0361 office 961-3515. 40 tears its the time of year for dining out Spring special s a Shis Kabob a fish with Spaghetti a steaks a chops a 32 Marathon sandwiches a Home made soups Marathon inn Silverton 7207 Montgomery re. 791-2922 study group speaker. Judge Benjamin Schwartz of Juveline court will speak on Quot where we fail and the problems of raising children at a meeting of the Madeira child study group next wednesday at 8 ., in the kindergarten room of Miami Hills elementary school. All interested persons especially fathers Are invited to attend and More information May be obtained by calling Joy glint chairman 561-4931, or Shelly Mclaughlin program chairman 351-1079. Two residents in College play skip Fenker 5448 Halewa dr., has one of the major roles in the production of Quot does a Tiger Wear a Necktie a to be presented by the Raymond Walters College players Friday and saturday at the University of Cincinnati a Raymond Walters general and technical College. Jim Ruff 9817 toll Gate le., will appear in a supporting role. Curtain time is 8 30, and tickets May be secured at the door. Awarded research Grant Terence l. Horan 8861 Appl Knoll le., a student at Fairfield Conn University has been awarded a research Grant by the Connecticut research commission in the Field of political science. Grants from the commission Range from $50 to $195. Read the classifieds 1 fraternity pledge miss Donna Elaine Kennedy daughter of or. And mrs. Buford Kennedy jr., 3620 Guam ct., was pledged to Alpha Gamma Delta International fraternity at Eastern Kentucky University. A freshman she is majoring in elementary education. On Dean s list miss Carol j. Hammel daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence w. Hammel jr., 6676 Paisley le., Madeira is on the Deans list at Kent state University for the first Quarter. A 1970 graduate of Madeira High she plans to major in child psychology. Go getter chairman. Mrs. Edward h. Hunter 7515 Kirtley dr., Kenwood has been named one of 40 area Quot go getter chairmen for the wet to Channel 48 auction. Mrs. Hunter and her committee Wol be soliciting gifts for the auction from firms and individuals. The auction will be televised april 25through april 30. Proceeds a represent one third of we Etc a operating capital. The food delicious. The wine delicious too and on the House. Pogue s Camargo room at Kenwood has some really Mouth watering specialities hawaiian Chicken supreme pot roast and noodles breaded pork tenderloin lasagna Swiss Steak filet of sole. All include Rolls and butter dessert and beverage. All Are under $2.00. And after 5 each evening All include a complimentary Glass of wine. Open for dinner monday through saturday. Come see us soon. Vii

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