Read an issue on 24 Mar 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Northeast Suburban Life.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 24 Mar 1971 Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioWalter Gross a senior at Indian him Hight school i shown surrounded by paintings engravings and prints he has executed which Are currently on exhibit at Madeira Branch Library Art exhibition by Indian Hill senior an exhibition of Art worx by Walter Groes 8025 s. Clippinger dr., is currently on display at the Madeira Kranch Library. Waiter has taken Art courses Ever since he enrolled at Indian Hill school 13 years ago. Mrs her mine Wirthlin is his present instructor. Two years ago he went to Europe with the Indian Hill want to buy or sell a car. Call 731-7170 mercantile savings in the of Kenwood Osy Amilt a Fri a it a is to it Maxi safety rates and service mini restrictions 2 year certificates Church Quot to a study the history of the countries As Well As their languages Art forms and architecture he said. Quot but the main purpose of the trip was to construct a Road at the american farm school in thess Lontka Greece. Walter has a Large collection of fossils Many of which were found in the Cincinnati area. A finalist at the University of Cincinnati science fair he plans to major in accounting at Miami University and minor in Art he works after school and on saturdays at his Mother s gift shop the Daisy Chain. Any spare time is devoted to his Art work. The display will be on exhibition through april 3. Hazelwood group to hold auction Hazelwood civic association will hold an auction at the civic Center 5550 Florence ave., Blue Ash saturday starting at noon. Items to be auctioned Range from antique Coal Oil lamps to modern table lamps from baby buggies to to sets. Proceeds will be used for the general expense of using the Center regularly for study Hall for 4-h meetings Sycamore invitational tournament sixteen of the top High school Tennis teams from Grea Ter Cincin Nati nor them Kentucky will participate in the second annual Sycamore invitational tournament to be played apr. 23 and 24 on the Sycamore High courts in Montgomery. The brainchild of coach Tom Bohmer the tournament is the Only one of its kind in this area and is a showcase for talented High school players. Quot last year we started with eight schools entering singles and doubles play in a one Day program Quot Bohmer said Quot the interest was so great that we expanded to 16 schools this year with Competition to take place Friday afternoon and All Day assisting coach Bohmer and Reserve coach Larry Taylor in running the tournament will be the Blue Ash Lions who will Supply programs operate Concession stands and provide whatever manpower is needed. Also supplied by the Lions will be the Sycamore cup a Large trophy to be held by the winning school for a year. Participating this year will be defending Champion elder and Aiken Bellevue by Covington Catholic Greenhills Hamilton Taft Indian Hill Mariemont Moeller Oak Hills Princeton st. Xavier Walnut Hills Withrow Wyoming and Host Sycamore. Ladies auxiliary to sponsor party ladies auxiliary of the Silverton volunteers fire department will sponsor a card party and social Friday in the Silverton municipal building starting at 8 . The group is headed by mrs. Betty Fischer pres., and mrs. Pat Fischer v. Pres. Reservations May be made by calling 793-2038 or 793-74 84. Easter Candy May be ordered at the same time. Proceeds will be used to Purchase needed equipment and uniforms for the fire department. To Wal a scheme s 2nd anniversary sat. Ends March 20 Blue Ash family y wins championship Blue Dolphin swim team of Blue Ash scored 5080 total Points with 286 Points in the girls meet and 222\i in the boys to become tri state swim league champs. Powell Crosley y was second with 482 Points 221 in the girls meet and 261 in the boys. Blue Dolphin medal winners Are boys 15-17, Fred Bingelli Mike Blatz Greg if t n e a Dan Dittleberger Mike Herrmann girls 15-17, Dani Franer Bunney Baehner Mary Franer Vickie Halpin Halpin Cory Bostwick Lisa Tweedale Gail Groene. Boys 1314 Scott Hart John Repke Bruce Spitler Chris Jacobs John Maier girls 13-14 Barb Donovan Peanut Franer Joan Mack sue Roehr sue Zack boys 11-12 Ray Blumer Jack Roehr Tim Witherby Werner Jessen Jim Franer Tom Feldhaus Jeff Keller is Englert Scott Seaton girls 11-12 Diane Johannigmann Amy Mack Mary Ann Kokenge Mary Beth Gavin. Boys 9-10 Bob Henderson Tim Englert Paul Jessen Tom Hammergren Dave Wick John Evans Dave Witherby Mark Morris Steve. Vorbroker girls 9-10 Rudy Franer Amy Schneider Beth Schneider Sandy Seaton Diane Ruwe Linda Christian Valerie Johannigmann Sara Wingo Jane Repke Ellen Butler Stephanie Vetter Laura Hilk boys 8 and under Paul Franer girls 8 and under Barb Blumer Amy Kokenge Amy Johnston sue Wingo and Michelle Englert. The Blue Ash team took the Overall girls meet trophy and three age group trophies in their Victory. The team members shattered Many league records and Pool records. Twenty eight members of the Blue dolphins have been selected to compete in the a a championships in Columbus mar. 27-28 this will Complete the current swim season. Summer season tryouts will be held at the Blue Ashy saturday apr. 10, from 4 to 6 . New team members Aie needed in All age groups but especially in the eight and under group. Interested y members Are asked to Contact Robert Wick 561-5681. Northeast 5-a suburban life wednesday March 24. 1971 Bader hardware 7923 Blue Ash re. In Deer Park 791-7193 Kenwood Plaza Quot Billie williamson"1 compute Home decorating f 1vppfry Orff fair gra res known for values a wednesday thru saturday March 24th thru 27th Blitzy a Ssan w j a brighten up your bedroom with Spring pretties White fillies with skirts and bows. A in i m Iron Reg. $13.34 Ibum a automatic Teflon Grant maid supreme Spray steam now limit 2 Ballerina 74 lamp shades Reg. $1.67 limit 3 t 4- is i t removable swing top dust bin1971 Comet 2-door Brand new �?~71 Comet 2-door Coupe equipped with Heater and defroster 6-Cylin Der engine outside rear View Mirror Back up lights full carpet ing safety belts Emer gency Flasher wind shield Washer plus All Standard factory equipment. 103 new cars in Stock anything you could want from Capri to Continentals Brand new i Cougar equipped with 351 it engine automatic Troy onion Power steering Vinyl reel radio Vinyl Interior Remote control outside Mirror Whitewall tiros wheel Covert Heater end de i Rosier backup lights safety belts emergency flashers Windshield Washer plus All Standard factory equipment oho included. 3328 Brand new �?T71 Montero 2-Doorhardtop automatic deluxe Interior two tone paint am radio body tide molding deluxe wheel coven and Standard factory equipment. $ 2832 793-1300 Schenke a Capri a Mercury a Lincoln 8103 non Sonery re. Kenwood remnant riot All 79c cd. Remnant material now on Sale cd. Reg. $2.88 44 it. Swing top plastic dust bin durable. Smartly styled in your Choice of Home fashion colors. Black swing top lifts off to become a dust pan. Come in now and see this great work Saver for yourself feb. 4,3,4 Only cup Coupon and bring to Grant ii Ith this Coupon precision crafted clip Coupon an0 bring to Grants electric alarm clock Sale 96 /7 6 Reg. $3.12 e attractive Case a quiet accurate limit 1 per customer soap a in lit a a s with i hit Coupon Light Fluffy new poly iii Smi Reg. $1 36 for pillows cushions a non allergenic limit 2 bags per customer thun.7 frl., sat i cup Coupon and bring to Grants with thit Coupon scope gargle mouthwash Sale keeps breath fresh a aids sore throats too limit 3 bottles per a Stemer monday thru saturday 10 am 9 pm Kenwood Plaza sunday 12-5 pm
Search the Northeast Suburban Life Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.