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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Cincinnati, Ohio4-a North at suburban life Waeny Day much 24.1971 dance for life ,. The Blue Ash Montgomery life squad auxiliary will hold its annual Spring dance apr. 24 at the american legion Nall 11330 Williamson re Blue. Ash from 9 . Until i . Proceeds from the dance will be used for new and better equipment or the life squad. Pictured i to r. Ere committee members in charge of the dance seated mrs. Chuck Kennedy and mrs. Robert Arnold chairman standing Are mrs. Tom. Branch and mrs. Jim Sawyer. Tickets May be purchased at the door or from any life squad or auxiliary member. Group reservations May be obtained by calling mrs. Branch 793-5898. St. John Pat Thun Day apr. 1, 8 ., mrs. Barbara Steele program chairman to present mrs. Annette Smith of Gibson greeting card company who will demonstrate gift wrapping. Sewing 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 my. U1i74i looking for gifts that am different coma to the. Red door gift shop we Honor v gourmet amp shopper a charged Felds Ostilio Ina Quot a watches a jewelry a wallets a purses it a hosiery a glassware a hand Craft a ceramics Eubar supplies 5521 Montgomery re. Next to Vorhis funeral Home 6319705 10 00 . A 5 . Cloned Thors. I it Sun. Pleasant Ridge Kennedy Heights kiwanis meets monday 6 30 ., at the proud Bull to hear Brent Leiter of first National Bank speak on a the Federal Reserve system and How it affect Miami Hills Garden club meets thursday 8 ., in Home of mrs. Charles Macwilliams 6895 Meadowdale Cir. Daisy Sticksel of Cincinnati nature Center presents conservation program a Fern mrs. Roy Long co hostess members to bring exhibits titled a spirit of Deer Park playground and civic club luncheon meeting thursday , 11 30 ., in Trinity United Church o f Chris t Community room committee consists of mesdames Helen Camp and Helen Welling co chairman Rosie Thienan Marie Meyer and Regina Mutschler. Woman a club dance a dance to Benefit the Sycamore student loan fund will be held at the Montgomery business menus club saturday from 9 . To 1 ., under the auspices of the Blue Ash women a club. Cecil Young will furnish the music. Real estate sales opportunities fresh Start for licensed people new careers for sales minded people we re looking for men and women who would like to make substantial1 incomes Selling real estate. If you have a License we offer you unique Selling set up that gives you a crack at All listings immediately if you Are without previous experience we will guide you in the Steps necessary to obtain your License then offer personal instruction and training by a solid management staff. We offer both experienced and new men and women a Chance to associate with top Quality people in the Industry. Proven tools to help you achieve High sales and commissions include a Strong continuing advertising exclusive Cincinnati franchise holders of nationally syndicated gallery of Homes charter members of multiple Selling service members of inter City relocation service. If you Are a resident of Montgomery Kenwood Indian Hill Loveland or surrounding areas Call or. Glen Bengson in our Northeast gallery 793-2544. Residents of Mariemont Terrace Park Indian Hill Milford and surrounding areas Call or. 0. C. Pomeroy in our Eastern Hills gallery 831-7070. Parchman amp outer realtors students win awards at Art exhibit fifteen s t u dents from Shroder Junior High school received awards at the 1971 Scholastic arts exhibit which was held at Shi 11 i to s. Feb. 6. Finalists from mrs. Wilkenson k classes included Pamela Cohen pottery Gina Uble woodcut Charles Batte graphic design Gary Robinson Oil painting. Other awards went to Don Davis a Gold achievement key for applied textile design Terri Wilson h o n o r a b 1�&Quot mention for applied textile design Lawrence Nagle mixed Media Keith Thomas sculpture Robert settles opaque water color and Cheryl Hunt textile design. From or. Jarmans classes a Gold achievement key was awarded to Marcia Galler for outstanding use of opaque water color. Honorable mention was Given to of Sheet Smith and Marti Tennebaum in the sculpture division and to David Cothran and Steve mealy for opaque water color. Club to sponsor scholarship loan students of Madeira Indian Hill Sycamore and Moeller High school Are eligible to apply for the $6 00 scholarship loan sponsored by the Eastern Hills women a club for 1971. Students in a school or school District represented by club membership Are eligible. Application forms have to these schools and deadline for applying is 16. More information May be obtained by calling mrs. R. R. Hershey 891-8121. E clog a cat seminar set or. Bert o. Thomas professor of biology at Colorado state College will lecture on ecological problems at a two Day seminar at ursuline Academy 5535 Pfeiffer rd., thursday and Friday. Or. Thomas is on the scientific committee for the International biology program and has done extensive work in the area pupils on us Deans list names of students on the Deans list for the autumn Quarter at the University of Cincinnati have been announced by or. Walter c. Preparation of educational ���i2ay\.m nature films or. Mir1cil>ss-fc�� is head of the acad Jyz i pfc fee re a Keu Quot i my al thu of science department. Deer Park egg Hunt ready set go toddlers through second Grade pupils Are invited to Hunt easter eggs an saturday apr. 10. The annual easter egg Hunt sponsored by the Deer Park Way ground and civic club will take place at Chamberlain Park Howard school area at 10 . Easter saturday. In Case of rain the Hunt will be held on easter sunday at 2 . School financing to be discussed school financing will be discussed at a meeting to be held at Losantiville school Albrook ave., Amberley Village monday at 7 30 ., under the auspices of the pleasant Ridge Pat. State representatives Dale Schmidt and John Bechtold will present and All persons interested in the schools financial status Are invited to attend. Named on Deans list at u. C. N a. It. E s of s to d e n. T s residing in zone 13 who have been named on the Deans list at the University of Cincinnati for the autumn Quarter have been announced by or. Walter c. Langsam president. The list includes Charles Allis 5963 Lester William Baum 6225 Ridge Terry Behan 5611. Ridge Monica Bohlen 6456 grand Vista Jarome Busemeyer 6666 Dante Maren Chappell 6669 Iris Jacquelyn Roewert 2709 Ridgewood Mary Ann Dewey 2793 Losan Thridge Jean Engstrand 6292 Orchard be. William Garth 6346 Montgomery Sharon Grusd 2795 Losan Thridge Deborah Harper 6272 grand Vista. Kathleen Jones 5913 Kimberley Kim Kwiatek. 2697 Burkhart Gall Latch 5129 Ridge Oana Lerant 3609 Woodford a Raidna Machledt 6420 Montgomery Ann Morse Woodford re. Jon Murphy 2661 Losantiville Roy Parsons 3226 Harvest Stephen Porowski 6240 Kincaid Tharon Randall 6306 Ridge. Jacqueline Riley 6159 Ridge Marie Rolf 3490 cogs View David Smith 643� Lisbon Timothy Sommer 9729 Wyatt Dallas Spear 3176 Maple Leaf Kathlean Truesdall 6231 Corta you Linda Ulrey 3717 Lavenant Melinda Voris 6437 Ridge Jean Werdan 6336 Ridge and Leah l. Woodruff 3559 Edge Lew. On Dean s list for entire year several area students Are named on the Deans list at Denison University for the entire academic year 1969-70. They maintained an average of 3,0 or above for the whole year. The students Are Kerry l. Beringhaus 5259 Ken Ridge Dennis e. Betz 5700 Julmar dr1. Carolyn bid Well 5070 Drake re. John w. Gantt 5895 Modican Deborah Hatch 7540 Demar Deborah Pope. 6005 Miami Barbara Sams 6240 Ridgefield Roger a. Scroggins 7300 tangle Ridge and Jay a. Smith 9854 Tollgate be. Kindergarten registration the annual round up for kindergarten age children who reside in the Madeira City school District will be held at Camargo primary school apr. 14, from 9 to 11 . Necessary registration forms have been mailed to parents of All kindergarten age children whose names appeared on the 1971 school census. Parents of Kinder Garlen age children who have not yet received the kindergarten registry lion materials Are requested to Call Miami Hills school at 891.-251.7 As soon As possible. Movie at Deer Park Dillonvale women a club will sponsor its last movie of the year a return to of a saturday at Deer Park High school starting at 1 . Color cartoons will also be featured and adult supervision provided. Play at org urine a up the Down staircase a will be presented by students of ursuline Academy Moeller High school and st. Xavier High school saturday and sunday in the gymnasium 5535 May be secured at the door. Lanham president a of the University. They include zone 42 a Barbara barter Nancy Birkemeyer Victoria Carrells Jacquelyn Cisco James Cusher k at h Erine Davis Donna Dearwester Judith Decker Donald Ditommaso Nancy to stick Joseph Huber Dana Hunter Sandra Jones John. Kelsey., John Keyser John Lorenz Thomas Marlow Jeanette Marshall David Martin a Theresa. Mcgavock Jane Mcginnis Jolynn Phelan James props Fred Pullem Catherine an i Reagan Steven Simms Donald. J. Thalheimer Dennis e. Woll and Susan Wood. Zone 43 a Richard Basile Linda Bauer Dudley Bogart Elaine Bomkamp Denny Carter Robert Chaney Robert Cooper Roger Covey Debra Cross Caleb Faux Dwight Gardner Patricia Gardner Michele Getoor and Nancy Getoor Clifford Cleaves Timothy Hall Julie Hatch Patricia Hilberg Edward Hillman iii Steven Hurd Roger Johnson Ronald Juenger Elizabeth Kobrin Laurie Labonde Debra Leue Joan Loux Keith Maxwell Nettie Mckenzie Stephen Messinger Karl Mosbacher Frank Nichols Thomas Niehaus Janet of Connor George rank Joan Russell Nancy dog show set for Kennedy Heights greater Cincinnati great Dane club will hold its annual fun match saturday apr. 17, at 771 corporation Hall 6650 Montgomery rd., Kennedy Heights. Charlie Dobsob president announced that obedience trials Are open to All Breeds of dogs and will begin at 10 . Showing of great a lies a Only from two months to adults will begin at 1 . Trophies and ribbons will be awarded and the Public is invited to attend. More information regarding entries May be obtained by calling 752-9316 or 683-1285. Meeting at Deer Park Counselor at Deer Park High school will meet with parents of eighth Grade students who plan to attend the school next gear next wednesday at 7 30 ., in the cafeteria. Schulze r of e r t Sendelbeck James Settle Frank Seurkamp Joann Stamer Patrie k Warren Janie sue Williams Richard Woodward jr., and John Yungst. Zone 36�?Nancy Allen Dorik Ballinger Kathryn Behrends James Bernard Daniel Bishop Glenn Bitzenhofer Linda Bock Richard Brinkman Barbara Brown Jeanne cat land Susan Conway Wayne Cook Phillip courtier Larry Crawford Karen Diehl Don Doane John Fede r i k. A Chat m Feifel Robert Folzenlogen Marilyn Francis Michael Freeman Ellen Geraci Joseph Greenberg and Roslyn Greenberg Gregory Griffiths Suzanne Hanley Virginia Hardin Michael Haverkamp and rite Haverkamp Susan Hughes Valma Johnson Elizabeth Kilduff Virginia Klei Joanne Klug Mary to Langhorst Roger Lee Mary Leugers Richard Lingo Daniel Long Donald Mathias Elizabeth Moyer Judy Norwine Diane Obermeyer Rosemary Pelstring Dennis r. Reichelderfe John Rei f Schneider Robert Schlunt Gail Schmidt goes Ling Robert Schuler Ruth Schwallie Gary Smith Carol staun Jody Steinhilber Sandra Streff Raetta Tessler Jerome Tokarsky Nancy Victor Herschel Wilson Jean Young and Linda Kay Ziegler. Ziegler s Gulf service Complete Auto maintenance or up 8590 Blue Ash re. 984 0983 4101 e. Gar Vaith 791-0080 791-0077 shag rugs rent this new Shampooer and really clean them this straight line not this Power stroke hash we r ing Brush action exclusive Back and Forth Bruns action Combs lifts fluffs As it surrounds fibres with foam. No harsh whirling brushes to table or grind Down the Nap. No digging error Quot skating Quot out of control. Rent this effective easy to handle Bissell electric Shampooer Here. We feature Bissell Rug shampoo too. Available at these dealers a Becky a paint amp Howe. 718 e. Mcmillan Cinti. E potters Bond Hill Howe. 1225 California ave. Cinti. A Carlson s Howe. 109 s. Wayne Lockland Kenwood Plaza s Wifton Center a Fox Howe. 24.36 Gilbert ave. Cinti. A Norwood paint amp Howe. 4642 Montgomery re. A Loesch hardware 3142 Madison ave. E ra8er Howe. 4029 Eastern Aye. Cinti. E Rohs paint amp Howe. 1403 Vine st. Cinti. E Silverton Howe. 7144 Montgomery Cinti. A Cal pins Kenwood 7913 Montgomery Cinti. A tue Tings Howe. A 3 w. Mcmillan Cinti. Sellman contest winners were presented with gift certificates for submitting the Best name and cover design for the Pat newsletter. Mrs. . Soper Pat president left presents the gifts to Ronnie Borcherding for her cover design and Michelle Schoettle Kotte for her winning name a Sellman John rape Sellman principal is at right. Nature news. By Ralph w. Carpenter Flowers Are showing up some daffodils and periwinkle Myrtle. Many Spring showings of Flowers such As the Garden c us pc mar. 25-26 in the Arcade downtown. Saturday at Stonelick Lake we saw thousands of Grackles and red winged blackbirds. Some Coots and grebes in the water. Some Robins and bluebirds and Many flickers yellow Hammer sounding off to attract mates by calling and pounding on the Trees. The mating Call is heard through the land. A Kingfisher. But where Are the purple Martins. A redheaded Woodpecker in Ault Park and evidence of the pleated. He makes a Large Hole in a tree and drops chips to the ground. Hie red bellied and downy woodpeckers Are seen More often. The chickadees and titmice Are not coming to out feeders As much As in cold weather. The Duck caravan reported Mallard Black Bald ate Scalp ring necked Golden Eye red head common Merganser ducks and grebes and Coots. Grebes. The pied billed is the common one in our area. Thirteen inches Long called the a Chicken billed divers. He submerges and leaves you wondering where he went. This confounds the Hunter or predator. The rounded Bill and White under Tail coverts help identify it. Coots mud Hen in the rail family 16 inches Long White Bill slate dark above Light below. Usually in shallow water or in the mud Flats. It can run walk swim and skitter Over the water. Feet Are lobed something like a Grebe but not webbed like a Duck. Can practically walk on the water and do go Over Lily pad6 and Lotus leaves like they were on land. The Frog watch was very successful and photos were taken of the several species seen. April 3 the Cincinnati nature Center has a nature realm series for children 6-8 yrs. 10 . To noon. Two interesting bulletins from the Ohio department of natural resources 1500 Dublin rd., Columbus Ohio 43215. A Birds of the Lake st. Marys area and a Ohio wildflowers. Send self addressed stamped envelope. Kenwood Plaza invites you to a Spring prom and fashion showing saturday March 27th 11 00 am in the Junior world March in during our big ironing table 4.99 your Dollar buys More in a trustworthy store Blue Ash trustworthy Howe. 9560 Kenwood Road phone 791-6003 Blue Ash Ohio 45242 Ferris trustworthy hardware 9416 Montgomery Road Montgomery Ohio 45242 phone 791-7872 Goa

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