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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 19, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioSuzu amp an 4415 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati o. 45212 Sand All mail to Box 12010, Cincinnati Ohio 45212 published a try Widm tidy by Cinti. Suburban newspapers inc. National newspaper i subscription shh Fitilia Mcklim Tala by mall tel mtg us i nil Plutar i 8 per Var i in g nna sustaining member a 1971 single copy 10c member National newspaper ann., suburban com foundation accredited Homo newspaper of America certified audit or circulation Ohio Newso Befrs assn., Buckeye pres. News retail adv. 531 0234 classified 731-7170 Helen fix .r.k. Met Chukson Dave Jones Jame Waller Mary Jane Reddish a. John h. Wolf Emily Asbeury Wolf advertising representatives Ohio newspaper services inc., 198 South High Street Columbus 43215. Ohio and american newspaper representatives 404 fifth Avenue new York loo i 8. Office hours a . To 4 . Monday thru Friday editor. Advertising director. Advertising representative. Advertising representative. Advertising representative. Publisher. Promotion mgr. Amp asst. To the publisher com program for Deer Park students musical theater workshop of the University of Cincinnati College conservatory of music will present a sampling of Broadway musicals thursday in Crawford auditorium for students of Deer Park elementary schools. The program to be presented at 9 and 10 30 ., is sponsored by the cultural arts committee of elementary schools Pat unit with mrs. Jerry Kessinger As chairman. Northeast 2 suburban life wednesday May 19, 1971 ambulance in service Driver exonerated the ambulance of the s i 1 v e r t o n firemen a protective association is now Back in service after being extensively damaged in an Accident March 22. The Driver mrs. Rose Newman was exonerated of All blame by the state Highway patrol who investigated the Accident. Lawn Mower stolen Vernon Phillips 6834 Park ave., Silverton told police Friday that someone stole his Lawn Mower from the garage in the basement of the apartment building. To be installed. Montgomery woman s club will install new officers when it meets at 7 . Thursday May 20 at Maple Dale school. They Are seated left to right mrs. Donald Duncan first vice pres and mrs. Frank Berry pres. Standing Mes. Trevor Evans rec. Sec. Edward Hopkins 2nd vice pres and James Bechtold treas. Graduating students of Sycamore school District who have won awards and scholarships will be honoured. A potluck dinner will precede the program which will feature scandinavian dances in native costume by members of the scandinavian society. Columnist injured life on the suburban scene will not appear this week As its author Helen fix was out of circulation for several Days because of a broken foot. Helen is hobbling along nicely now and should be in a position to gather fodder for next weeks column. P�0 knows and Here Are some of those who help make it so. Glen Bengson manager Nick Ziccardi a Star of the month Jim Beatty Bob Vordenberg Joe Rosselott Shirley Davis Kathleen Morgan Beau a Mathys Star of the month Lasserre Bradley Star of the month Parchmon amp p o Oyler realtors it Tafu Ontjo i Homes Northeast gallery 9709 Montgomery re Rhone 793 2544 of Satin Mius Gauvry main Galliv 1i�1 get a. a Soi a a a a. My my of 1< �000 my Washington and son Gauvry to cd a. \ 111001._ Northern his Gauvry so Quot so a a a a of. In too Eastern his Gaul a a a 70s a a a it a a. 111 7070 farms 4 country Homes division a a it it a a a o Quot it. A no ill Tott Jurist to speak at gop meeting judge Thomas Heekin of Hamilton county municipal court will be the speaker at a meeting of Sycamore township. Republican club next wednesday at 8 . In the first National Bank Kenwood re. His topic will be a highlights of municipal court a question and answer period will follow. A Light lunch will follow the meeting and door prizes will be awarded. Guests Are Welcome. Las vegas night las vegas night will be held at Temple Sholom 3100 Longmeadow le., saturday june 5, at 8 . Attractions include games late night supper and free refreshments. Reservations May be made by calling 791-1330. Dance recitals a series of informal recitals will be held sunday at the Virginia Garrett school of dance to Mark the end of the season. A social hour will follow each program. Friday night is family night in the Camargo room at Pogue s Kenwood Here s How far 1.50 till go Fried Chilleen Fluffy whipped potatoes buttered Garden peas Roll and butter Coffee Tea or Mill Ballet at Drake school a ale Petit Ballet Quot under direction of miss Claudia mignon Rudolph will be presented at Drake elementary school 6205 Drake re. Sunday at 7 . Participants include Julie Bauman Cherie Bennett Cynthia Bennett Michelle Benz Kim Biederman Patty Boudreaux Maria Edwards Robin Edwards Donna Gagyi Paulette Garrett Amy Geraci Janice Griffiths Kristin Harrison Susan Lennard Susan Lowrey Lynn Mckaig Robin mealy Joann Meeker Karen Mohn Nanette Scheldt Christy Schloss Cynthia Smith Becky Spitz Myra Strycker Doreen scald Tracy tenser Nancy. Viventi Jeanne Wagner and Roxanne Yonan. Honoured at Denison Wendy Wolf 3619 Lavenant ave., a freshman at Denison University Granville Ohio has been elected a student representative to the newly formed University Senate at the University. Gop to hold annual May dinner party Ray Burton president of the 14th Ward Republican club has completed arrangements for the annual May dinner party to be held thursday at the Virginia Garrett dance studio. Cocktails at 6 30 will precede the 7 . Dinner. Mayor Willis d. Gradison will Greet guests and Charles Murray will sing ballads and familiar songs As part a of the after dinner program. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Rudolph Boeschlin Frank Cedergren William Funck John Harig Lawrence Moye Paul Overbeck George Schmidt b. Russell Sharp Robert Thiemann Arnold Tilford Stanley Glenn William Smith. Also Mes. R. Boeschlin Claude Bush f. Cedergren s. Glenn r. Burton r. Rad in m. Steiner a. Tilford and w. Wood. The dinner Marks the last meeting of the season until september when activities will begin with a Spaghetti supper. Newcomers club to sponsor party mrs. . Boring 1067j adventure le., Montgomery president of the key to the. City newcomers civic club has announced that the group will hold a a party Day for their adopted Ward at Longview monday from 1 ito 3 . A second Queen to the City mini bus tour will be held next wednesday. For More information Contact mrs. A. Leon Owens 7990 Glenbrook it boosters card party Ken sil women a Booster club a newly formed group supporting the Ken sil athletic association will sponsor a card party Friday May 28, in the Silverton municipal building from 8 to 11 30 . The party will feature free refreshments and prizes. Tickets May be obtained by calling 793-2067 or 531-1069. Aiding party plans mrs. Francis Akemon 6738 Hampton dr., Silverton recording Secretary of the licensed practical nurse association of Ohio division 8, and mrs. Virg inia Andrews 6220 Roger Park pi., ways and Means chairman Are assisting with plans for the divisions 20th birthday party thursday May 27, at 6 30 ., in the Vernon Manor hotel Oak and Burnet. Workers recognized v o 1 u steer leaders and workers at the Blue Ash Branch Myca will be honoured at a recognition dinner thursday at 6 30 . Service certificates will be presented. Montgomery historical society tonight 8 ., in Montgomery Community Hall 10101 Montgomery re. Discussion of future plans everyone Welcome refreshments. Sycamore senior citizens monday 11 ., Montgomery presbyterian Church members to bring engagement announced or and mrs. Lester l. Nisonger of Kenwood announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia to or. William Fraser Shute son of or. And mrs. David Shute of Arlington mass. Miss Nisonger is a graduate of Ohio state University and or. Shute was graduated from northeastern University Boston. The wedding will take place sept. 11, in Massachusetts. Sandwich dessert and Coffee to be served. Program or Spengler to show pictures of Spring Flowers social and cards to follow. Deer Park ptas thursday 7 30 ., Holmes elementary school. Program or. Maxine Anderson of Central psychiatric clinic of general Hospital a is the problem emotional a question and answer period to follow installation of officers refreshments free Sitter service. T Garden club of the Blue Ash tree thursday with mrs. Carl Bader 1042 twinkle le., to finalize plans for june a a progressive Flower show at Homes of Mes. Carl Bader Norbert Henke and Arthur Nolte. Christian women see 11 o ship Kenwood Christian Church wednesday noon worship Barbara Bishop program mrs. A Leforge a do not fold Staple or Kissinger Beauty Salon specializing in permanent Waves a monday thru saturday 9 6 wig styling 3709 Laii Down at 791-6429 proud grandparents or. And mrs. C. David Kaupp 7721 Moss ct., Deer Park Are receiving congratulations on the birth of a grandson bom april 19, in Christ Hospital. The baby who has been named Robin Samuel is the son of or. And mrs. . Goins of Pisgah Ohio. Mrs. Goins the former Elaine Kaupp is a graduate of Deer Park High school. M. Goins of Norwood is the paternal Grandfather. Or. Fred j. Klein or. Thomas f. Brady optometrists visual training Contact lenses pleasant Ridge doctors bldg. Corner amp Montgomery our Only location daily except thursday saturday until noon monday evening by App to. 731-5141 in Thi of Kenwood off it Row g a if a a i flu 14. Maxi safety rotes and services mini restrictions 3 year certificates meal on wheels a eligible a anyone 60 years or older living in Sycamore school District a Cost a adjustable up to $2.00 per Day a includes a 1 hot dinner and 1 sack lunch delivered at noon a available a up to 6 Days a week a apply Call 791-4238 before May 30 Volunteer Drivers needed sponsored by Sycamore senior adult Multi service Board 791-8162 791-8165 791-7531 this and Good thurs thru sat. May 22, 1971 freshly ground beef. 3 us $1.89 smoked pork . 98 cube steaks the tenders int oven 1.19 fresh frying Chicken legs amp thighs.u>.59 flunk steaks. La. $1.29 ready to eat Boneless Homs io0&Quot lb.98�?~ Bacon Judy s sliced slab.u>.59 hamburger or p $ b loaf epee Yeeee la. $1.19 asparagus White Villa Green cat 2 cd a 59 Green Beans i 2% 2 for 49 vinegar Cidar White Villa Yeeee it. 29 Frozen Orange juice Whit. Villa la. Cans o#tto2 for 69 onions.3u�.29 bnnnnns.10b. Green onions or rodishfes.10bunch Quot a a a a Nso Fujer Siuy cd color sri Nhey a a ski Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave. Deer Park open pri. Eves. Till 9 . Take a break from cooking this Friday and bring the whole family youll love it

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