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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioPuppet fantasy. Actor Bob Foose watches As puppeteer skip Fenker puts the finishing touches on Bob s puppet counterpart for the children s play Quot Mickey to be presented by the Raymond waiters players. The puppet show is scheduled for saturday and sunday at 2 . In the Raymond Walters College auditorium. The production features a cast of nine live actors headed by or. Foose and Janet Glore. The cast of puppet characters has been created especially for this production by the skip Fenker marionettes. Old Montgomery to be described m o n t go m Ery historical society will meet tonight at 0 ., in the Montgomery Community Hall 10101 Montgomery re. Mrs. Ruth Rolfsen local artist and member o f the unitarian universalist Church will be the speaker. She will describe the old universalist Church of Montgomery the people who built it the aesthetic features of the Church and the customs beliefs dreams a n d b i t i o n s o f Montgomery residents of 1830�?Ts. Miami heritage preserved. The Cincinnati town and country Canden club member of the Garden club of America has Given another Check to Ray m. Culter executive director of Little Miami inc. Mrs. David Kohnen left and mrs Donald c. Alexander treasurer explained that this donation is to be used for the much needed Purchase of specific historic Sites in the Little Miami River Valley. In january the Garden club initiated a fund which generated further gifts for the Purche tse of lands adjacent to the Little Miami River for permanent open space preservation. Roth gifts Are gestures of citizen concern in seeing the entire Little Miami preserved under the state and Federal scene River systems. Open House at Eastwood Coop Nursery several Platte i Ridge churches Are sponsoring the Eastwood co operative Nursery inc., which will hold open House next wednesday at 9 30 ., in Streitman cottage on the grounds of the children a Home 50s4 Madison re. Sponsoring churches include All saints episcopal Church of the nativity pleasant Ridge methodist pleasant Ridge presbyterian and st. Peters United Church of Christ. The Nursery a head Start Type school is administered by a Board of directors who Are members of sponsoring organizations. A non profit organization the Nursery school is an accredited member of the Cincinnati association for the education of Young children. Operating funds come from s sponsoring organizations and other interested groups and individuals. Mrs. James Powers is the salaried teacher and is assisted by volunteers from sponsoring churches. Luncheon and tour for senior group some 20 senior citizens who Are residents of the Deer Park school District will be luncheon guests of the Board of education thursday in the High school cafeteria. A tour of Holmes elementary school will follow the luncheon. The luncheon is part of a program to keep senior citizens informed of educational developments in Deer Park. A senior citizen luncheon is held on the third thursday of each month for Deer Park residents who have Quot Golden years cards from the Board of education. Quot Golden years cards Are available from the school superintendents office 8688 Donna be. Open House Sel Cheri Linde Man 4657 Kugler Mill rd., publicity chairman for Phi Eta Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority has announced that an open House held at the sir duty apartment on Reading rd., thursday mar. 25, a a 8 . Phipps Blue print company photostat Xerox. Copies drafting supplies sensitize a photo copy paper 6014 Plainfield 703-1030 Hall for rent accommodates up to 400 Chole sat. Dates available Wood burning fireplace wadding receptions a specially 11330 Williamson re. Blue Ash photo copy and mimeograph service the paper shop 17333 Montgomery 791-52551 Kirsch curtain rods and Acca sorits open sunday Kenwood Plaza Swifton Center in the ref i a a a it Fuhs is. Maxi safety rates and services mini restrictions 2 year certificate is in Omea honors Snapp fashion show for teens exclusively. That a the plan for the production sponsored by the senior i youth group of the Silverwood Church. The fashion show will take place Friday evening at 8 . In the Church Multi purpose room on e. Galbraith re. Pictured Are soot Davis left Debbie Erble Maxi dress David Miller top and Kathy Miller hot pants outfit. The teens Are Quot trying to raise Money for their Mission project this summer. They intend to work in Yonkers with under privileged children. Last summer the same senior i group travelled to Tama to work on an Indian settlement. Citizens advisor to speak to women voters Russell s. Adams Public relations advisor to the citizens committee to improve local Russell s. Adams rec offers 50 summer courses the University of Cincinnati s Raymond Walters general and technical College will offer More than 50 freshman and Tophom Ore courses this summer at the Blue Ash Campus. Robert Mann rec assistant Dean said that the courses Are open to both us and other College students As Well As. Entering freshmen. First term summer classes begin june 21 second term july 14 and third term August 5. Registration for All three terms will open May 1. Addition al information and course bulletins Are available at the College phone 793-6010. Quot springtime in rhyme Quot will be presented at Blue Ash school by members of the third Grade tuesday at 8 ., at the Pat meeting. The cast includes from left standing Paul Kober Linda Bahlmann Mark Mcgibney Sheldon Stanton seated Caroline Lott. The program is directed by Mes. Bartlett Johnston Gall and Greenlee. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. Bader hardware 7923 Blue Ash re. In Deer Park 791-7193 at a meeting of the Ohio music education Assn. This week in Cincinnati r. Earl Snapp was. One of 16 ohioans to receive a 25-year award for services to the . And to music education. He has served four terms As a District president and member of the state Board of control. For the past 11 years or. Snapp has been band and orchestra director at Indian Hill High school where his bands have performed on National to at Cincinnati bengals games. Last year he was appointed director of the Quot Bengal land band composed of 250 student musicians from various schools in Cincinnati. Aside from his school work he is minister of music at the pleasant Ridge presbyterian Church. He is a member of a.s.c.a.p., the National band Assn. And choral conductors Guild. Each summer or. Snapp conducts his own professional symphonic band in a series of Park concerts in the Cincinnati area. This june his Indian Hill High school stage band will give a musical show at the Edinburgh festival in Scotland. He resides with his wife Margery at 6377 grand Vista ave., pleasant Ridge. 4-a suburban life wednesday March 1?. 1971 1 Spaghetti dinner a Spaghetti dinner sponsored by Bethel no. 38 of the International order of jobs daughters of Montgomery Ohio will be held saturday from 4 to 7 ., in the Montgomery masonic Temple 7794 Cooper re. Or. Fred j. Klein or. Thomas f. Brady optometrists visual training Contact lenses pleasant Ridge doctors bldg. Corner Loskant Tihe a a Montgomery our Only location wetly except thursday saturday until no on monday evening by App to. 731-5141 governments will speak at a meeting of the Madeira Ken Mont unit of the league of women voters thursday at 9 30 In Madeira Library. The meeting is open to the Public. Adams will discuss the work of his committee which is currently reviewing the structures of government within a he country and examining forms of government in various parts of the country. A group has recently returned from observing government structures in Winchester and Nassau counties in new York. A partner in the firm of Adams Gaffney and associates he is a member of the Sycamore Board of education. N mrs. William Gallagher arranged the program and mrs. T h o Mas Hock is hostess for the Coffee preceding the program. Membership in the league is open to All women 18 and Over. Madeira Ken Mont unit meets the third thursday of each month. More information May be obtained by calling the unit membership chairman miss Alma Weber 791-3669, or the unit chairman mrs. Maurice Rose 793-3573. Silverton Layfield mothers club thursday mar. 25, 1 ., municipal building 22nd birthday party. Program by Quot Mellon ears of pleasant Ridge Pat under direction of mrs. Paul Jolly Sitter service provided. R. Earl Snapp custom window decorators accurate custom draperies 793-7713 �?�4tt Blue Ash re. I austrian shades a is bedspreads a All work done in our shop a shop al Home service 2-3 week delivery Boerger Dairy farms we Reserve the right to limit Quantity. Deer Park Madeira 7114 Blue Ash 6928 Miami special Good at these two locations Only country fair bread 16 of with Purchase of one gallon milk above Price effective thru March 20, 1971 loaf attention color to owners Don t spend �?~75 to 200 to fix your old color to. Trade it dial 891 7711 Todd Hunter school speaker. Todd Hunter chief announcer and night manager of Wco to will discuss the effects of television on elementary school children tuesday at 7 30 ., in Holmes elementary school. The program b sponsored by the adult study and discussion group of Deer Park element ally schools Pat and the Public is invited. 7/ it s Worth More thah you think Call 793-0600 tor tree Home appraisal it we service what we sell i serving Cincinnati since 1937 television Ond appliances 4116 at Plainfield phone 793-0600 open . A til 9 . My my

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