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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioIn Veteran to speak at Temple Sholom it. Ruth Gage Colby a Veteran of 25 years at the United nations will speak at Temple Sholom Ridge re. And Longmeadow le., Friday at 8 15 . Her topic is Quot Protection of world environment a dealing with the use of atomic Power. Mrs. Gage Colby joined the women s International league for peace and Freedom in it crusade to ban nuclear testing and has attended disarmament negotiations in Geneva. She is currently president of Wipf in new York. She has worked with mrs. Martin Luther King or. For racial Justice and has participated in efforts to end the War in Vietnam including Active service in the presidential Campaign of sen. Eugene Mccarthy. She is one of five National coordinators of the peace demonstration to be held in Washington april 24. Mrs. Gage Colby has just returned from India where she spoke on the hazards of atomic radiation both in War and peacetime use. Shoe repairing �?�034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle a Nixon sends greetings to Montgomery couple or. And mrs. Fred c. Fenker 6440 Cooper rd., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary tuesday. They have already a a grandson Ralph c. Evans iii in st. Louis to. There Are also three great grandchildren. Fenker has two Sisters mrs. Ira Shore and mrs. Helen Gabriel living in Cincinnati. Ail sizes of v belts keys made open sunday a Kenwood Plaza s swifter Center Lockland Sandra Gittinger engaged to wed or. And mrs. Harry e. Gittinger of Sagamore Heights announce the engagement of their daughter Sandra to or. Thomas e. Dunlap son of or. And mrs. Thomas w. Dunlap of Buffalo n. Y. Miss Gittinger and or. Dunlap Are both graduates of University of Dayton. Or. Dunlap is now studying Law at Ohio Northern University. The wedding will take place at st. Saviour Church Rossmoyne aug. 7. Pledged to sorority Cynthia Haynes daughter of or. And mrs. Bernard h. Haynes 7825 Eustis ct., has been pledged to the Alpha Omicron chapter of Alpha chi Omega sorority at Ohio state University. Miss Haynes is a freshman majoring in speech and drama in the University College. She was a member of the cast of a Marat Sade at the University and is a 1970 graduate of Deer Park High school. Received congratulations from president Richard m. Nixon and sen. Robert Taft. The Day also Marks or. Fenker a 70th birthday. The couple started married life by eloping to Newport in 1921. A native of pleasant Ridge Fenker was in the automobile business for 40 years. He retired from that business and started a Lawn service business in which he is still Active. Mrs Fenker the former Emma Wacker was bom in Silverton and she and her husband have lived in the Montgomery area for 45 years and both Are Active in the lutheran Church. The couple has one daughter Lillian married to it. Col. Ralph c. Evans or. The Evans live in Wiesbaden Germany with their youngest daughter Erin. Another granddaughter mrs. Christopher Fiore lives in Dayton Ohio sewing elect officers bees am a amp a restaurant european and american food and wines. Served in Good taste. Lunch dinner dance bar and private meeting dining rooms 9769 Montgomery rd.-891-7000 Montgomery Ohio 2.1 Miles South of us. 275, 7/10 mile North of Cross county Hwy. Chosen by the Bacchus society connoisseurs of International cuisine Jennie Lundberg was elected president of the sewing bees 4-h club which meets at the Cincinnati friends meeting House on Keller re. There Are 30 girls in the club. Other officers elected Are Sally Young v. Pres Lisa Pettett Sec. Suzanne Pettett Cor. Sec. Becky Farmer treas. Jennie Davis asst treas., and display chairman Jennie Davis recreation Leader Carolyn Battey asst. Rec. Leader. Also Sharon Dela Hunt song Leader Orvilia Culp librarian Kathy Ashton Telephone Robin Reeder health Connie a Ehlers safety Peggy Farmer cooking Regina Reeder sewing Debbie Kleinhenn parliamentarian and fair exhibit and Beth Nelson news reporter. The advisor mrs. Ruby Porter is assisted by mrs. Janet Cupp and mrs. Judith Mcclain. The program committee will meet thursday to make plans for the coming year. The regular meeting will be thursday april 16. To mems Are ate Quito All who made the Hamilton county easter egg Sale a Success. Misses her friends mrs. Mabel formerly of Heights now Naples fla., daughter and after All what Are savings for they re a lot More than a Little Burgundy savings Book. They May be Homes College educations vacations new cars investments private schools. Or even Little luxuries that new set of Golf clubs a movie camera a club membership. All the things you a like to have or do but done to. Big or Small. For ail the things you re saving for. Buckeye knows understands and cares. Money now available for buying your Home. Call one of our courteous loan officers for details. Downtown savings association 75 yours of sate saving in �?T71 113 a 4th st. 721-7888 Kenwood 7876 Montgomery re tri county a Princeton Plaza 671-0840 students at Indian Hill to be honoured the 15th annual scholarship banquet will be held at Indian Hill High school april 22 at 6 30 . The banquet will Honor students on the first semester Honor Roll National Merit finalists and american Field service students. Parents and teachers of these students will be guests. Speakers Are the senior class valedictorian and salutatorian. The Pat is sponsoring the program and mrs. Albert Degarmo is heading the invitation committee. Engaged. Or. And mrs. Joseph Branden Burg 84 71 Wexford a ve., announce the engagement of their daughter Karen to or. William Thomas Bretz son of or. And mrs. Charles Bretz of Lockland. Miss Brandenburg graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1970 with an associate of arts degree and is now of lending Morehead state University and will receive a Bachelor s degree in 1972, or Bretz who also received an associate degree from us will graduate from Morehead in 1972 with a degree in social science. No Date has been set for the wedding. Dress shop opens in Montgomery a women s specially apparel shop a Flo Reed is the newest addition to Montgomery Square shopping Center. Mrs. Martha Moody has been appointed manager of the shop which features such Brand names As Catarine Jane Colby mias Elaine Coventry movie Star and White Stag casual and Dressy sportswear Are featured along with dresses Lou nge Wear lingerie handbag g a h of Iery and jewelry to accent Milady s wardrobe. Lore is open daily from 10 . To 8 30 , and saturday from 10 . To 6 . Bank am Ricard master charge and shoppers charge account Are honoured. Few buy a uti 7708 Cooper rd., Montgomery Ohio mrs turn thru sat. 10 to g sunday 1 -6read the classifieds ,t0 greater pm vat i out grand opining \ games Kennedy living in with her son in Law sends word that while she likes living in the Florida Sunshine she misses her Many friends Back in Cincinnati. They were recently visited by mrs. George pro hold also formerly of Kennedy Heights. Red Cross volunteers honoured for service Many area residents received recognition for Volunteer service to the Cincinnati area red Cross. Some 400 of the chapters supportive service volunteers were honoured at the annual recognition Observance. They Are zone 13 Mes. Hampton Anderson Wilbur Beekley Jack Conn g. Diers John s. Findlay George Garties n. Roy Humphries Clayton Lund . Miller William j. Rielly Richard b. Roberts Irwin Rosenbaum a. Russell Marcus c. Scheumann mrs. Ernest Stickels and miss Mary a. Hobart. Zone 36 Mes. Henry Akemon James j. Daley Arthur Kessler de Laker priest Howard e. Riegler James b. Rishel William p. Roberts John e. Shorten Irving w. Spathelf Bertram Ulm Clifford Vogt John Watts the misses Elva c o r r e 11 and cd if f e Schatzman and or. Frarnk b. Rebman. Zone 42 Mes. Ralph l. A Wii iii t i ii 11. It. 11/ Antt Edcil oot Iti w. Via tot John Farrell Ralph Holste. Edwin r. Leach John m. Morgan and Donald a. Of Driscoll. Zone 43 Mes. Ralph Chapman William a. Edwards James Garvey Alberte Good John f. Jordan John Stuart King Fred Kroencke Bruce Miller Francis h. Mitchell Peter f. Rhoades William r. Seaman George a Stout . Wise and or. John King. One act at us s zone 12 mrs. Fred Tobergte 2536 Briarcliff ave. Student tapped by f r ate m i by Carolyn Bidwell daughter of mrs. Caroline Bidwell 5070 Drake rd., Indian Hill has been tapped for membership in Denison University a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa National honorary Scholastic fraternity Granville Ohio. A Junior Transfer student miss Midwell was a Deans list student last year. She is a member of Lambda my honorary music society and sings in the concert choir. She will be initiated into the chapter during commencement weekend sets wedding Date. Or. And mrs. Walter Dene Che of Bridgetown announce the engagement of their daughter Daryl Ann to midshipman Thomas a. Dayman son of or. And mrs. Alton e. Hayman 7250 s. Timber am dr., Madeira. Miss Denecke is a december graduate of Miami University and. Or. Hayman will graduate in june from the . Naval Academy Annapolis my. The wedding will take place july 3, in Gloria Dei lutheran Church. Name omitted the name of Robert r Hoffman a jr., 8109 Fontaine ct., Amberley Village was inadvertently omitted from the Story reporting the Deans list at us. Hoffman son of or. And mrs. Robert r. Hoffman is a student in the Mcmicken College of arts enc is. Exciting world of women a fashions we Are the newest addition ii the Montgomery Square shopping Center featuring popular fashions with names you know Catalina Coventry miss Elaine. Jane Colby movie Stas White a Stag. Casual amp Dressy sportswear dresses lounge Wear lingerie All very Femini Nely designed for your individual tastes handbags hosiery jewelry to accent your wardrobe personalized service in a warm Friendly atmosphere everything to make your shopping a. Pleasure it for your convenience we Honor Bank am Ricard master charge and shopper s charge it open daily from 10 am to 8 30 pm saturdays 10 am to 6 pm 9895 Montgomery Road Montgomery Square shopping Center ,. V1 phone 791-7052 Vetr has arrived i at Quot to Quot a plays rec a dapple pie a a collection of three one act plays by Terrence Mcnally will be presented at Uchs Raymond Walters College 9555 Plainfield rd., Blue Ash Friday and saturday at 8 30 . Tickets May be secured at the door. Skip Fenker 5448 Halewa dr., Blue Ash portrays Marion Cheeves in the production is under the direction of mrs. Helen Cooke assistant professor of English and speech John to Marks instructor in speech provided the design and technical direction. Now step 1 Early Spring a a a a save heritage Chouse 7.00 covers 5,000 so. It. Reg. 18.95 793-3632 h11�?� crib Arais control and Lawn Forti Tizor. Does 4 Job m the same time a. Contain near i Recle Dac thei stops crabgrass Goose grass Foxtail and 24 other weeds before they Start. 2. Full feeds Lawn with balanced fertilizer. 3. Kills soil insects such As Beetle grubs and ants 4. Revitalizes your Lawn with Iron and 6 additional Plant nutrients for extra greening. Lawn food save 01 3.00 feeds 15,000 so. It. $ Reg. $13.95 10 95 develops a Lush Green Lawn. Special 21-6-11 formula High Potash co Lent develops a Strong Root system Keepe grass Greener longer. Also contains Iron and 5 additional Plant nutrients for extra greening. Long lasting non burning. Agricultural we wac sweeten your Lawn Lime make your fertilizer More effective. .50 la bag August Date set. Mrs. Mary Pittman 4 20 1 Grove ave., announces the engagement of her daughter Susan Mary to or. Fredric c. Wermes son of or. And mrs. Paul f. Werries of Amberley Village. The wedding will take place August 28 at st. Matthew Church in Norwood. Northeast 4 suburban life wednesday March 31, 1,971 fruit Trees Over 50 varieties flowering shrubs Shade Trees evergreens Many freshly aug from our own Fielos c a a Spring special 50 lbs. Cow manure a nature s a t i Garden store al%9840 Montgomery a a division of Thornton environmental industries Quot
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