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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 28, 1979, Cincinnati, Ohio2 is Murran life wednesday March 28. 1979 its great to be Back s no my of Northeast suburban life is a thrill for me for several reasons. Life is very highly regarded in the area and considered the a a flagship of the csn1 papers and its the paper i grew up with. The time from the tender age of three until my Junior year at us were spent rowing up first in Alverton then pm mantel ave. In the Dillon Vale area of Sycamore township. Most of the major events of that time were chronicled in life. Carefully preserved in scrapbooks Are clippings like the Amity elementary third Grade Honor Roll mentions of my performances in the Deer Park High school variety show a Parker so graduation Raymond Walters Branch and us Deans lists and College graduation. These aging pieces of paper i mean a Jot to me and have made me As much a part of life s history As it is of mine. 1 am Lucky enough to have family friends and former classmates in Blue Ash Montgomery Madeira Indian Hill and Amberley Village. In a not really surprised to find that so Many Nave decided to remain and raise their own families Here. Its a great place to live. And its a great place to cover. As special assignments editor 1 have been writing for life since my arrival at csn1 in january of 1978, primarily covering area police and Blue Ash. Now 1 will be Able to do More to cover the news for the people in my favorite Lif f on the suburban scene with Gail Jordan Section of town. Since 1 will also continue a news editor of the Hilltop news i will be in a unique position to bring interesting and worthwhile bits of information from the East to the West and vice versa. president John Wolf who created Northeast suburban life in 1961 and Emily Wolf. Up and executive editor along with life a former editors have built a paper that i have been proud to work for and even More proud to help edit. Of course no one person can Ever do it alone. The efforts of Many people go into making life a Success. Lending their writing skills to life Are. Shelley Schweitzer Sally Davis Shannon Flynn Donna Aronoff Mark Schmetzer. And sports editor les Wilson. Skilled copy editing and most of the layout will be in the capable hands of our new managing editor Jean Downie. In life the news is for of and quite often by you. And the Only other thing i can says is its great to be Back Home. Come the november election we May a know More about the judges of the Hamilton county municipal court than before. The social responsibility committee of the first unitarian Church in Cincinnati Are looking for volunteers to spend some time a court watching Quot. Volunteers Are being asked to visit the courtrooms of the judges running for reelection to see if the Justice is being applied to All defendants equally. According to Linnea lose a voting for judges is the most ignorant voting we she explained that the committee is making an Effort to change that. She said that the findings of the court watchers will be published before the election. To Volunteer Call 281-1564, 371-3707. The watchers will learn what to look for in a training session to be held by the committee with the help of the Cincinnati bar association. Deer Park student. Night High school students will conduct Deer Park City business at the City a next Council coating As part of student government night activities. At student government night sponsored annually by the Deer Park kiwanis it. Notre Dame Moeller and Deer Park students will be counterparts of City officials directing the affairs of the City. The meeting place and Day has been changed. To tuesday april 10 at the Community Center in Chamberlain Park. Participating students include Laura Crema mayor it. Notre Dame mile Brzezicki president of Council. Deer Park Tom Regensburger auditor Moeller Joanne Hicks treasurer. Deer Park Jay Jackson Law director Moeller Dan Bohlen clerk of Council Moeller Theresa Meiser safety service director it. Notre Dame Jill Kramer Council Ward one it. Notre Dame Bobbie Compton Council Ward two Deer Park Lisa Ulmer Council Ward three it. Notre Dame Dan Mueller Council Ward four Moeller John , Council at Large. Deer Park Robyn Tessler Council at Large. Deer Park and Amy wild Council at Large Deer Park. Students and officials will be treated to dinner at 6 30 . Followed by the meeting. Life names and faces in the news m a r y sur Walker of Montgomery has joined the staff of Quot residential real estate professionals in the Northeast office of pare Man and Oyler realtors 9709 Montgomery re. She is a registered nurse and is interested in Tennis and Ballet. Students who participated in Otterbein colleges eleventh annual Spring bands tour Are i i a Hrth daughter of or. And mrs. John Gibbs erf Shawnee run rd., and Sylvia Mingru. Daughter of or. And mrs. Otis Ingels of Miami re. Nancy Christensen daughter of or. And mrs. . Christensen erf Brill rd., was elected As student faculty Council representative in the chi chapter of Alpha Tau Delta a National fraternity for women and men in nursing at the University of Evansville Evansville ind. A Cgeorge Sims ii. A Defiance College Sophomore and the son of Rev. And mrs. George Sid Walker singers. A Christian education major at the College George is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon c. It Loe a u m of Montgomery has been flamed a member of the president s Honor club of John Hancock Mutual life insurance1 co., an association of leading sales representatives from the firm s nationwide general Agency Field Force. A member of the Cincinnati general Agency he was among 333 members attending the company a annual president s Honor club Dali jr., 3680 Jeffrey ct., is a member of the Defiance College choir and chamber Lotspeich school sixth grader Mike Kaufman son of or. And mrs. Saul Kaufman of Ridgewood depicted Thomas Jefferson during Lotspeich s recent famous persons week one of two big research projects which Are part of the sixth Grade curriculum the pro decl involves each sixth grader depicting a famous person of his Choice assembling that person s costume giving a ten minute speech in that role and doing a Book report on the famous person. Meeting last week at the hotel Bonaventure in los Angeles Calif. Staff sgt. Charley m. Dement husband of Jeanett Nee Wanstrath formerly of Plainfield rd.,&Quot has arrived for duty at Mildenhall Raf station England pvt. Keith o. Lanier son of mrs. Lucille Lanier of Kennedy ave., recently completed a Jungle training course in the Panama canal zone. He is a 1978 graduate of Wilbert High school. M Aan Crable of Dunedin ave., Megan a. Kuhn of Westover cr., and Kir Bard d. Purdue of adventure ln., were inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma the. National professional Honor society in business at Miami University Oxford. March 21. Pamela 8. Anderson daughter of or. And Frank Anderson erf Bunker hh1 in has been elected recording Secretary of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at Hanover College Hanover ind. She is a Sophomore majoring in biology Joseph a. Lupariello. A 1978 Sycamore High school graduate has been awarded a 750 theatre Talent scholarship for the 1979-80 academic year. Joe will enter the department of theatre arts program at Wright state University. While at Sycamore. Joe played Lead in a Barefoot in the Park and As tevye in a fiddler on the rout.7 the theatre arts group at Sycamore selected Joe As the Best actor for the 1977-78 school year. Joe is the son of or. And mrs. James Lupariello 9095 Shade tree drive. A it Paula dog acc is a sales associate with Robert a. Cline residential inc. Northeast office at 9887 Montgomery re. A native of Yonkers new York. Paula has lived in Cincinnati for 15 years. She has attended _ Xavier University and received her real estate training at Uchs Raymond Walters College. Paula was employed by Xavier As a coordinating Secretary in the graduate program in Hospital administration. She is a member of st. V incent fewer Parish and the Kenwood. Swim and Tennis club. She and her husband de Monde have three children and live in Kenwood. March Sam athlete of the month at it. Notre Dame is senior Judy Turry daughter of or. And mrs. John Turney of Blue Ash Cindy has Many athletic hobbies including water skiing swimming Ana body surfing. Cindy is an offensive basketball player. She is currently averaging More than 10 Points a game for the second half of the season. Coach Richard stated a she always gets quite a few assists each game. She scores a lot of Points on drives and shots from the outside. She is the offensive leader.�?�1 Cindy is very Active in sports during the summer in addition to playing softball herself she coaches a team for st Saviour s Parish. Cindy Hopes to receive an athletic scholarship to College. A Quot Ftp tit a a a a a ltd hums a senior at it notre Dame High school won t he 1979 Scholastic Aid award Given by the Sinai court #35, daughters of Isis. Upon graduation in May Renee Plains to attend Southern Ohio College to major in computer programming. Besides being Active in school activities such As basketball softball Tennis and track she also bowls and plays softball for an area league. Renee is also involved in the Black awareness club at and. Renee is the daughter of or. And mrs. Samuel f. Davis of Silverton. Local radio station s City wide cosmic Candy commercial contest. Her commercial was Sung to the tune erf to All Shook the first prize was a video cassette recorder valued at 11,200. New equipment demonstrating one of the new electrically operated Beds at Otto c Epp memorial Hospital is Ruth clubbers. In. Guild ways and Means chairman As mrs. Patricia a. Chafer Hospital administrator left and Guild president mrs. Alice Lein of Montgomery re. Look on. Purchase of the new equipment was funded in part try the Epp memorial Hospital Guild memorial fund. Montgomery poster winners Sandra Day education chairman Montgomery woman a club has announced the winners in the poster and essay contests sponsored by the Hub. A my Friend the policeman poster contest had 35 entries from tire 5th and 6th Grade students in the area. The top Winner was Lara Gilmore age 10 and tat the 5th Grade at Edwin Greene school. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Gilmore 10608 but i Ere reek. 1st place runner up is Erin ing. Daughter of or. And mrs. Chen c. Ling 7831 Shadow Hill Way. Second place was shared by Susan Andrus Larry Harte Susan Roe i Mike Noordsy and Julie Pelton. A Energy save some for me Quot had 45 entries from 7th and 8th Grade students. The two top winners were Robin Moore daughter of m r. A and mrs. Kenneth Moore 9520 Longren it. And Jill Phillips daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Phillips 8203 Melview or. Both girls Are in the 7th Frade at Sycamore Junior Ligh school. Honorable mention was Given to Lauren Gleason Megan Tennent Lisa Gleason and Rich Whitesell. Urey Are 7th and 8th Grade students at Sycamore junk High also. Show your colors does your Home stir look like Winter our Best Ever collection of candles rings and table accents can give your easter gatherings a fresh and Joyful mood alive with color Cam Argo station 7754 Camargo re. Madeira 272-2876 10-5 30 six Days Meyers Village Montgomery re. At 1-275, Montgomery 891 -9862 Christie Garris a first grader at Holmes firemen tary school was a Winner in the Deer Park elementary science fair. Jeff a o i. A senior at Sycamore High school will be honoured May 1 by tie Kiamas club of Northside College Hill at the 24th annual student recognition Day at Schullerts wigwam. Recognition is Given to outstanding students from the senior dam of the Hamilton county senior High schools to emphasize their achievements Honor their ability and encourage them to greater efforts. Jeff is the son erf or. And mrs. John Pauls 10370 Pendery drive. Prices Good March 28,29,30,31 chock roast a nov not Cut a. 1,39 legs 0 Lamb a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a fail Young Lamb la 2.19 smoked endless Mett Mitio a a it. 1.59 freshly ground beef a a a a a a a a 3 to. Or More pc. 1.19 lean tender Boneless brisket. In a 1.89 r in steaks. A. Of emf Boot is la. 229 Bacon Judy s a cod Stab to. 1.09 old fashioned soup meat. It 1.19 weavers Chicken Roll. 12 to. 1.99 Ham Bologna. A. A1.5� c00kedsalamiit 1.79 applesauce White Villa .69� Tomato juice White Villa. 46 of. Can 59 Philadelphia Cream cheese ask. 59 Grapefruit segments White Villa. 99 velveeta cheese. Mzx 59 milk. Cash and Cany 1.55 Maxwell House Coffee. 139 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 Kathy k an. Daughter of mrs. Emma Ryan of Silverton recently won first prize in a Silverton Montgomery Kenwood Reader reaction applause for Mary and a Early mid to the editor last thursday at the annual awards luncheon of the greater Cincinnati Beautiful committee Montgomery received recognition for its restoration and improvement of its historic Village Center. Elected officials of Montgomery were introduced and received the applause. Two very pleased Montgomery ladies sat quietly in the Large luncheon audience in tire ballroom of the Cincinnati club without introduction. They have Long deserved the applause of Montgomery residents. Dorothy mayoralty and Mary of Driscoll have Laboured for years to bring to the attention of citizens and officials the treasure of Early 19th Century country Village structures around Cooper and Remington and elsewhere in what is now the City of Montgomery. For much too Long their Only Reward seemed to be that of ridicule they did receive that. But they and some others persisted patiently until the Day should come when we along with Many other communities in America would awaken to the need for the preservation of such landmarks As remain from our historical beginnings. While Jefferson was finishing out his life at Monticeno rank and file americans were building the More Humble structures in the new settlement of Montgomery they too Are a part of America past. The combination of restoration and beautification in our old Village Center would not have happened without Dorothy and Mary. They kept bringing preservation to tire attention of a succession of elected Montgomery officials until a time would come when it could be done. We simply took hold a finally. Stand up Mary and Dorothy. The real applause belongs to you Ana those who have worked with you for so Many years. Howard Smith Montgomery City Council drive in windows Are now open at 8 30 am How convenient now you can do your banking before you go to work or do your shopping drive in windows at our three locations Are now open Bright and Early every morning at 8 30. Monday through Friday. So you can be an Early Bird and do your banking before you get involved in your daily activities. And All from the Comfort of your own car. Just another example of How we have your interest at heart. After All we re. Silverton Montgomery Kenwood member of c Bank
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