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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioA a o f Quot a i 7 it a him mrg., Terry r. Larrick Nancy Grossi is Bride of Terry r. Larrick miss Nancy a. Grozai daughter of or. And mrs. Elio a. Grozai 6200 Lisbon ave., became the bride1 of Phipps Blue print company photostat Xerox copies drafting supplies sensitize st photo copy i 9914 Plainfield 1030 sewing lessons learn knit and stretch sawing. Complete your garment in one 3 hour lesson. Swimwear packs lingerie Etc. Also dressmaking beginners and advanced. Alterations. Sewing Center 7302 Montgomery ltd. Ss1-s74s Martin cleaners 6121 Montgomery 8d. Repairing e alterations Call 6313970 for free pickup amp delivery All sizes or v belts keys made a Foott open sunday e Kenwood Plaza 0 swifter Center i 0 Lockland or. Fred j. Klein or. Thomas f. Brady optometrists visual training Contact pleasant Ridge Doctore bldg. Corner Leent Tville a Montgomery our Only location Dally except thursday saturday until noon monday evening by App a 7315141 a a. Clubs a. O h i o e h i l d conservation league Mustard seed tuesday 8 ., with or. John Scott 6794 Shawnee run rd., mrs. Thomas Wallace co hottest. Speaker Donald Mcdonald of the human relations commission a How prejudice women s association of Silverwood presbyterian Church thursday noon luncheon served by the executive Board. Past presidents to be honoured election of officers meditation mrs. Albert Hick speaker mra. Evelyn Harig. All women of the Church invited. Northeastern Cincinnati Jaycees Jaycee celebrity night at 7 30 On tuesday March 16, in the Quality courts Motel Florida room. All couples Ages 21-31 Are invited. Beverages will be p r o v 1 d e d. F o r m o re information Call Barry Paul 731-4409. Foy comple to Iai Kaiu Kenwood com soft Plaza Billie Williamson Quot 1, Home decorating Center to 530 up to 10 new models of Model Home i furniture arrived for the. Biggest Sale 00the year. On Model Home furniture at National Model Home furniture 7709 Hamilton ave. 522-3132 and House of dinettes Over �?o100�?� Dinette an Duplay 7619 Hamilton ave. A 522-9432 Quot just 3 doors or from the furniture store open Sun. 12 to 5 30 mon. Thru Fri. 10 to 9 sat. 9 30 to 5 30 or. And mrs. Donald p. Pottebaum Pottebaum Buescher nuptials at Kenwood or. Terry r. Larrick son of or. And mrs. Lloyd s. Larrick of Golf Manor feb. 19, in nativity Church pleasant Ridge. Rev. Joeeph Allison officiated. Miss Ginger Geoppinger was maid of Honor and bridesmaids were miss Gayle Grossi sister of the Bride and miss Judi Baxter. Miss Julie Reynolds the brides Niece was Flower girl. Or. Donald Larrick was his brother a Best Man and Ushers were messes. Jeff Richer and Brian of Donnell after a wedding trip to Butler state Park the couple is residing in Norwood. Open House at Shroder All parents of sixth graders living in the Shroder school District Are invited to an open House program at the school on monday evening at 7 30 Edwin Stephens school principal emphasizes that this is an excellent Opportunity for parents to become a q u a i need with the facilities of the District Juntas High school. Guided Tours of the building and exhibits of student work will highlight the evening. The school hand and choir will present a musical program. The various academic depart m e its will be described. Shroder is located at 3500 Lumford i. In Kennedy Heights. Sorority Rush party Joanne m. Kindell 7818 Greenbriar dr., Madeira is serving As publicity chairman for the Micron Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Rush party. It will the held next wednesday at 8 ., in the Forest Park apartments party room Dew drop Cir 520 w. Sharon re. Those interested in joining the st. Patrick Day festivities Are asked to Call fran Reck 771-7129 or Barbara Birge 825-6704. Gourmets feast the local chapter of society of Bacchus chose the Fox and Crow restaurant in Montgomery for their annual gourmet feast st. Valentines Day. The menu featured hungarian dishes and the feast lasted three hours. Weavers Guild to sponsor Many classes mrs. Millie Stratton 7136 Fowler ave., is taking registrations for five Spring classes sponsored by the cd a Cannati recreation commission and the weavers Guild of greater Cincinnati classes will be held at the Stanley g. Mckie recreation Center 1656 Chase ave., starting mar. 22. Each class will meet from 10 . To 2 ., one Day a week for 10 weeks. Classes offered Are macrame the Art of creative k n o 111 n a r u g weaving pattern making advanced weaving and design As applied to weaving and design As applied to weaving and related crafts. The fee is $20 plus materials. More information May be obtained by calling mrs. Stanley Wacksman 521-2375, or the Cincinnati recreation commission miss Lois daughter of Raymond c. Or. C. Buescher and mrs. Buescher on committee for legion awards dinner mrs. John j. Frustorfer 6201 Lisbon ave., is serving on the committee for the e r i c a. N i. A m a wards banquet of the american legion auxiliary of Hamilton county Council. It will be held thursday mar. 18, in the Sheraton Gibson hotel and w 11.1 h o no r Loca 1 organizations for their efforts in the cause of americanism mrs. Frustorfer is a past president of the department of Ohio fourth District and Hamilton county Council of the legion auxiliary. She is Active in and a past president of Quot Halker Flege unit no. 69, Reading. She was one of the founders of the americanism awards committee. 7263 Cherbert dr., and or. Donald. P. Pottebaum son of or. And mrs. Paul Pottebaum 8495 Beech st., exchanged marriage vows f be. 20, in st. Vincent Ferrer Church. Rev. Gabriel Buescher of officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception in t h e m o a to ome t y businessmen a club. The Bride was attended by miss Barbara Steele maid of Honor and the misses Buescher her sister and Salle Taft bridesmaids. Or. Phi Blomer was Best Man and Ushers were messes. Gary Pottebaum brother of the Groom and Ron Simons. After a honeymoon in Florida the couple is residing in pleasant Ridge. The Bride is employed at Blue Cross of Southwest Ohio. Or. Pottebaum attends Xavier University and is employed at Albers. Diabetes to be discussed by parents the diabetes association of the Cincinnati area la sponsoring a series of discussion groups for parents of children and adolescents with diabetes according to or. Kenneth Kreines 3143 s. Farmere to dr., immediate past president of the association and director of the metabolism Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati medical Center. Each group of some 12 parents will meet for five sessions every othe tuesday evening at the Community Chest building 2400 Reading re starting at the end of Thia month. Sessions Are designed to enable parents to explore such problems As the child a feelings How Best to inform school and teachers social adjustments and increasing his Independence. Parents wishing to participate or requiring a More information Are asked to Call tre diabetes association 721 -2905. Shroder Pat to see work of students Sample of the won Dona by social studies students at Shroder Junior High school will be on exhibition for the meeting1 of the Pat next wednesday at 7 30 Exhibitors Are the students of Paul Lucky mrs Dora Burkey Tom Heisey William Bauer and David Ryberg. The teachers have prepared movies and slides of their classes to be shown in the lunchroom., along with the students projects. Miss Joan Donley Counselor and psychiatric social worker will speak on a we a t adults and adolescents should know about group discussion by parents will follow. Sets wedding dates. Or. And mrs. Julius c. Solaria 7845 Jolain dr., Montgomery announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Janet sue to or. Jerome Edward Tokarsky ton of or. And mrs. Edward a. Tokarsky of Dillonvale. Or. Tokarsky attends the University of Cincinnati the wedding will take place May 129, in All saints Church Kenwood. Featured in Miami u play miss Gail Blasberg daughter of or. And mrs. Herbert Blasberg 3665 Arbo Crest ct., was. Featured in the Miami University theatre production of Quot Johnny it ran for eight performances Over two weekends in late february and Early March. A radio television major in the College of arts and science at Miami miss Blasberg a a member of the a Cappella singers and sings with the a Kolle Gianso band she a a. Graduate of Woodward High school. Mercantile savings in the of Kenwood a Poniti Fatwa t it raft a liawr�?4 m. Maxi safely rate and service mini resin Cudoni v 2 year Cert Ifica to my dial 891 7711 Sycamore gets wheel meals by Charlotte Shockley while we were munching our hot Croes buns not As Good As usual because that Citron was missing we began to think of the vast amount of fish and Macaroni consumed during Lent. So Early next morning plus some two extra flesh pounds we waddled into the Csini office and made a comment to the effect that Mackerel and. Macaroni were going to do us in. That and our new Wimnie the Pooh Cookbook. A Why done to you try my a onion souffle a questioned Bob Wiebold personable and perspicacious editor of the Eastern Hills journal. We asked Bob if it would a o f o r s a c be r e la ele Venses and teas a very fattening chapter in the Pooh Tome featuring a Honey hot chocolate for a very Blust Erous Day outside Quot which is Good for March., Well according to Bob his bachelors onion souffle is suit a Hie a for any occasion even a Pooh Bear breakfast and we be tried first project or the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center Board is ready to go meals on wheels will provide delivery of nutritious food to elderly persons who have difficulty preparing their own meals. The service is available to persons 60 years of age and older who May apply by calling mrs. Helen Graler 8 91 8 4 20, an d. Leaving name address and phone number. A sack lunch and a hot dinner will be delivered by volunteers for the minimal coat of $2 per Day. All deliveries will he made at noon. The meals on wheels staff titty Sudj 1q is contacting doctors social workers and churchmen of the area to provide them with details of the program made possible by the s y c o r e Board of education. Hie meals will be planned and prepared by the school District dietitian mrs. L. Kasler and her staff at the High school. Ruth Allendorf is general chairman for the project. She is being assisted by Ruth in Nis and. Harry Perkins. Life readers who know of anyone in need of meals on wheels Are asked to Contact mrs. Graler 891-8420. Red Cross recruiting Hospital volunteers observed it. Its a gastronomic Gem. Get. Out your pinking shears and snip. Bachelors onion souffle in a blender or mixing bowl beat 2 or 3 eggs for two 4 or 5 for four 1 Teaspoon o f Worcestershire sauce 1 Teaspoon of flour 1. Tablespoon of Catsup dash of Pepper and Salt m cup milk. Let stand while you melt two Tablespoons of butter in a medium size Skillet Over slow fire. You can use shortening if desired saute a Quot a a Xci a re Tatj amp a red 01098 month a a currently being be sure not to bum. Cook with a recruitment program for Hospital volunteers. A lowly until onions Are volunteers provide the extra care that Hospital lightly done. Spread evenly personnel Are sometimes too Busy to give. Their pour a the eggs8after one s�1�� confined to non profess ional duties fast heating place he on area volunteers include miss Carol a. Driesler Skillet and simmer Over a 2996 Welge mrs. William j. Rielly 6203 Lisbon slow fire until top of Melet miss Elaine j. Morman 6342 Montgomery mrs. Is almost firm. Bertha Anderson 3942 Odin miss Barbara Pielage serve with it ice of american 3252 Woodford ail Cincinnati a Hospital or Sharp cheese. Also Mes Victoria gibson.,. 4363 Yakima take it from us it will children s convalescent Home Lawrence replace Pooh Piglet Yaehrling 7829 Finley Ralph l. Campbell 10410 Tod u. Greet storybook f. H. Wise. 7251 Thomas dr., and honeycomb Quot Ralph Chapman 8120 Graves rd., Cincinnati a Hospital. Volunteers visit with patients assist with phone Calls write letters read to patients perform errands provide books and magazines from the Book cart assist with feeding patients staff information desk and assist wherever needed. There is no age restriction and anyone interested in joining the red Cross volunteers is asked to Call 721-2665. Montgomery pizza 9546 Montgomery re. Under new manr6ement a prices reduced on pizza inti. Quot he the Quality new menu a double Deckers a combination a hamburgers a cheeseburgers a French Fries eat in or carry out phone 791-6280 if you Are trying to lose 10 pounds and you re not eating ice Cream cookie Spaghetti then you re not on the most progressive weight reduction program. Join the diet workshop mini loser maintenance program for those who wish to loss 10jbs. Or Isas beginning monday March 15 st 7 30 7719 Reading re. For information 821-0082 a a netted i amp lounge children like these will Benefit from the dais being offered by the Deer Park Community schools on a tuition free basis to District residents. The Dess is administered by the Deer Park schools and funds Are provided by the Deer perk elementary schools Pat. Mrs. Kay Marchioni will again be the teacher. The Dess will meet during the i morning at Amity elementary school for six weeks beginning june 21 and ending july 30. From left to right Are Debbie Gatto Teresa Creme David Springmeier end Scott Griswold. Those interested in having their children Partid Pate Are asked to cell Eugene Haughey assistant superintendent 891-4200, ext. 56. Cocktail Friday most a a see in mini log As await it of every Friday from 5 to 8 with delicious hours do oeuvre and canapes. You re ready for the double for one and a a if and a pleasant hour where you re always among Friend Buffet sunday see and enjoy the new presentation of the fabulous Buffet featuring roast beef and Ham carved to order. Still just 62.95 much less for children. You May also Quot order steaks Etc. From the regular menu. Enjoy your favorite cocktail too. Hawaiian wednesday a new Way to please you in a casual Way. Join us from 5 to 8 at the Kaukau Buffet and help yourself to Oriental delicacies. Hawaiian Ray has a wild assortment of exotic drinks to please you and the girls have a present for you. Kenwood a Montgomery 793 1 020

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