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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 05, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioColumbu Ohio 43.?11parents help at Kennedy Heights Coop school How do frogs eat All in a Circle. Student at the Kennedy height Parent co we Ami or Lynnl sit in a Circle to hear about animal and their Somcy Ime finny trait. The school i located at Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. Kennedy and solar Vista. The children Are. From left teacher. Or. Cecilia Hahn. Kari Lowa. It air aha an Margaret ret Nhatt. Ter a a Dari. Anthony Bryant. Chris Wilkey and Terence rail. The Montessori school accept. 34 three and four Vear old with priority Given to month for five Dav and 125 a children who live in Kennedy sleight Tea must Ridge area. There we morning and afternoon classes a $3 month for three Day a week. Parent Are required to help out one morning or afternoon a month and to serve i committees. There will be an orientation at the school Mary 12. 7 30 . For information Call Janet Lynn. 731-4348. Or Pat Wither. 331-9282. Photos by Janet Lynn father and daughter Teres 4 Davis and her father. Robert Davis match shapes together at the Kennedy Heights Montemore Coop school. The family live on Lavenant ave. Parents Are All integral part of the school located at Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. There will he an orientation meeting for interested parents May 12. 7 30 . To Piare a it a lifted and dial 731-< 170 by 4 00. . 41 on tiny diet Lav advertising amp new dial 531-0234 talk to the animals mom Freshwater talks to i Gerbil Friend at the Kennedy height m Anten Aari Coop school. He is Tibe son of or. And mrs. Paul Freshwater at Hill and die or. The school at Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. Kennedy and solar Vista. Will hold an orientation meeting May 12. 7 30 p a. A a a a a �?�iwioc1 serving tie communities of Bike Ash Ihm Gomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Bream Kennedy Heights Sih Erna Kem Vood Deer Park Rossmoyne dish male Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 40 15�?T Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday May 3, 1976 4415 Montgomery ril. Phone 531-0231 sixteen area students Are winners a wow a Montgomery woman a club awards scholarship monies inside of learning his letters by Groft takes advantage of the wonderful Montessori learning materials to Leam his alphabet. Me to a student at Kenned Heights Montessori Coop school and the son of or. And mrs. James Groft. 6333 Iris Cir. The school is Primario aimed at Kennedy Heights and pleasant Ridge youngsters. Costs Are kept Down because parents help out. Rogers to compete against russians Indian Hills Scott Rogers has been selected to play in the Cincinnati All stars is russian National Junior basketball team game to be played at Oak Hills High school on May 7. Several weeks ago Rogers played in the cin a Cannati Dayton classic All Star game in Dayton. He was instrumental in the Cincinnati Victory and was the paws second leading scorer with 12 Points. Rogers who was the 3rd leading scorer in Cincinnati was also picked on the Eastern Hills league All Star team and was the map in the league for the second consecutive year. Recently the Louisville by. Courier journal newspaper selected Rogers As one of the top 200 senior basketball players in the United tat a and one of the1 top 15 players in Ohio. Quot head Start available locally Hamilton county head children. The program is Start program is looking for for Low income families and children for the 1976-77 offers schooling for 3-5 school Vear. There Are five year Olds there an no locations with two which fees but parents Are asked serve Blue Ash area to participate in school a sixteen area High school seniors will receive scholarship awards from Montgomery woman a club thursday May 6, 6 30 . At Sycamore High commons. Mrs. Stelle Mattingly scholarship chairwoman will make the presentations after the clubs International potluck dinner. Scholarships for the 1976-77 academic year Are awarded in tire amounts of $600. $400 and $200 and Are . House Calls a specially Matthew in Omessi dr., does Garden Tilting. Bach in March he decided the time urns right to schedule his Spring and summer work bad. He did it through a listing in Csini classified business services. Now., he has a so much work More than we Ever expected a if your business needs a a shot in the Arm a we be got the Needle. Shoot us a Coil of 731-7170 and Well doctor your needs without you leaving the House. Simply put Csini classifieds work in 84,00# so a Burban households each midweek. Tivi ties for further information Call the head Start office 771.-961.6, during May. Renewable. Winners Are chosen on the basis of character demonstrated ability to succeed in tire course anticipated. Determination to Complete chosen course and financial need. Serving As judges for the scholarship Competition were or. Frances Weaver. Cari Gajuan. Both assistant professors of education at us and. Mrs Randolph Hamilin. Executive director of the school foundation of greater Cincinnati a special award the Alberta Berritt medal of Merit k Given annually to two graduating seniors nominated by their principals As Haring made an outstanding school record., reflecting the qualities of service character and scholarship. Winners of the $100 award this year Are Rebecca Jordan and Steven Hock both of Sycamore. Hie scholarship program is supported by the town Quot Hall lecture series. Scholarships to High school seniors have been Given since 1970. This year s winners ate. Sycamore High. Jerome Byrd son of or. And mrs. William Byrd. Sophomore and senior class. President member of the key club football team and Deacon at first Baptist Church Blue Ash. He plans to go to Quot Carson Newman College. Jeffrey Scott Gilton. $600 Winner son of or. And mrs. Robert f. Gilton a member of the National Honor society. Greater Cincinnati radio control club and also a recipient of a Chauncy Rose honors scholarship will attend Rose Hulmon Institute of technology. Robin Elaine Johnson. $600 Winner daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Johnson has been Active in the girl scouts. 4-h. Band. Church choir Betty Crocker Sycamore family Leader of tomorrow first place from school in math matches. National Merit Winner plans to attend Michigan state University. Laura Osborne recipient of $400, daughter of or. And mrs. Patrick t. Osborne member of Gaa continued on Page is a see our never Bicentennial sketch t old Plainfield school re Senor Center Page 6 new makers Page 4 a where can you tat Mother to dinner f Page j a lots of brides Page sports Page 16 at Montgomery Council new plan for Montgomery inn in a special meeting april 29, Montgomery City Council saw plans for a new Montgomery inn restaurant. The old Montgomery inn restaurant in the heart of downtown Montgomery burned Down april 8. Ted Gregory is the owner. The plan for the new building is colonial in design with a variegated facade of Stone Wood and Brick. The roof line is also varied. Colonial shuttered windows and colonial style accoutrements Complete the look. The restaurant has asked to expand into the Rug store which the old building abuts. The Rug store will move to a location near by. There Are several variances needed before the plan is approved but the renovation is. Attractive to City Council and it is expected that the plan will of approved. The fire safety code has been strictly employed in the building design the architect Darrell Daniel said. Council also granted a variance to the magic pan restaurant to allow More than one sign at the business. An additional sign will be allowed affixed to the building Over the main entry. There is also a Small logo sign and a menu Box next to the front door. A variance was granted to allow Williams Ford to build an 8 it. Fence around its property. The usual height limit for a Fence in Montgomery is 6 it. The we Illiams Ford co., however has had problems of thievery from its company and the Fence needed for Protection. Is you too can Trust shoes in know a fid care Kenwood mall 791-43d3 give mom shoes. The gift she would choose Natura Uzer. A soft Tomb 4km upper a Cork i Sage a White 21&Quot students at Boston massacre sell Man school seventh Ede history students of in Miekley hosted a colonial Day apr. 6. Throughout the afternoon and evening. 650 visitors experienced colonial Village life �?o1776-style�?�. The sell Man colonists were dressed in Well researched period costumes and manned a store Ptan tation. School Blacksmith jail apothecary Tama and windjammer. Displays of a Iteck a co wet 7896 Cam Argo Road. A a 7896 Cam Argo Road make sure she has a Happy Mother s Day pm a hanging baskets a Blooming plants a corsages a Spring arrangements 3u-. A am a 4jc 4 in 541-67m Indian wares an explanation of University life a demonstration of colonial games and a minuet dance elaborated the theme of Early american life. The focal Point of colonial Day however was a multimedia presentation using slides music and student actors to portray the Boston massacre. Held in. The Large open area of sell Man school the colonial Day represented the practical along with the More momentous aspects of our nation s beginning. Community residents helped the children with tire week of preparation. Window winners judging in the Silverton commission s window painting contest took place april 25. The judges were a Janet Sylvester Art teacher at Silverton elementary school Gwen Keith retired Cincinnati Public school Art teacher and member of the Silverton Bicentennial commission and Sylvia Caldwell Silverton police department juvenile officer. The following winners were selected Grade 7 a 8 first place Gary Schlueter and Jeff Byington eighth Grade students at our redeemer lutheran school. Displayed f Pittsburgh paints. Second place Ruth. Kowalski and Vicky Eiser. Seventh Grade Quot students at st. Johns. Displayed at Quot David Fisher draperies. Grades 5 amp 6 first place Jenny Brodbeck and Chris Pohlman. Fifth Grade students at st. Johns. Displayed at millions Barber Simp. Second place Mary Kowalski and Sharon Edwards sixth Grade students at st. Johns. Displayed at inst prints. Third place tie Shaunna wright., fifth Grade student at Silverton school and Lori Davis sixth Grade student at Cincinnati school for tire performing arts. Displayed at Hurley a Ohio. Third place tie Nancy Steman and Kelly gamer fifth Grade students at st. John s. Displayed at the paper shop. T a grades 3 amp 4 7 a first place Diane Steman and Debbie Schmaltz fourth Grade students at st. Johns. Displayed at the Medicine shop. Second place Ann Kowalski and Jennifer Eiser fourth Grade students at st. Johns. Displayed at David Fisher draperies. Third place Jean Tietjen and Tami Jedele. Fourth Grade students at our Kerdeen Silverton. Hardware. Each of the winners trophy and certificate at tomorrow night s Silverton cite Council youth in government night. The awards will be presented by other area students who will take the place of the City officials for the night. Lutheran school. Displayed at is will receive a outstanding Young Man Rev. Richard Joseph Sweeney faculty member and chaplain at ursuline High school has been included in the 1976 edition of a outstanding Young men of America published by tire . Jaycees. Approximately 9000 Young men from ail Over the nation have been chosen for their work in bettering their communities Rev. Sweeney also serves As associate pastor of st. Michael Church in Sharon vile

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