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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 20, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioMontgomery fair set sunday at Park sit wednesday May 20, 1981-suburban life 3 iii is is Montgomery s historic Wilder Swaim House will a for Tours during the old time Spring fair this inday Swaim Fields Park will be the site of Montgomery sold time Spring fair May 24, from noon to 5 . In Case of rain the event will be held May 25. The Park is located at the Comer of Cooper and Zig Zag roads. Craftsmen will demonstrate1 skills such As tin Smithing quilting weaving spinning pottery and making Home made soap. Other activities include a cake contest auction of old and one of a kind Dian Hill Board opts a or major roof repairs by Joyce Deitering a Twenty thousand Doirs approved for Emer incy roof repair on Lian Hill High school ill be returned to the a ool Board Board merrier . Casper an Iunce at the boards a 12 meeting. Instead of using the 101, 000 for repair and a itching the Ward is be paring a specifications major improvements i petted to Cost More Jan $80,000, according to Isper. A the damage has ready been done and feel it will not Hurt Bone to wait and make 11 improvements at ice Quot Casper said. Con auction is expected to be one during the summer. A the Board also recant Zed retiring employ s Carolyn Conrad Arian Fredrickson rank Simons and Paul merger. Each Retiree was resented with a framed Irti Fichte of appreciation. Student costs for Drivers education classes were increased by the Ward from $10 to $12.50. State Law allows for charges up to $20, but the Ward said it would opt for Only a 25 percent increase this year. Upon the recommendation of or. Brian Moore the Ward approved two textbooks a French for m Astery a and a general business for economic Moore said the text Book study Board recommended the books on the basis of no sex Bias a wide ethnic group base and the skills and concepts they present. The books Are both a a writ ten 1981. In other business the Ward a decided to extend the lease for rental of Shawnee school by Milford schools for an indefinite time. ,. A recognized and presented plaques to the school review committee. A approved a special education Resolution outlined in a four year plan. A announced that As a school District Indian Hill will not support the coalition for school funding. Board members said they Felt that the plan was too restrictive. A heard a recommendation by or. Moore to keep one department chairperson in charge of certain programs for grades six through 12, instead of nine through 12. A allocated a $8,500 stipend to summer school a approved various leave and conference requests limited contract renewals no renewal of supplemental contracts and resignations. Items and performances by Square dancers. The cake contest has two divisions Ages 12-17 and 18 and older. Cakes will w judged in two categories taste Only and decoration Only. Cakes should w at the Park Pavilion by 12 30 . No need to Register in Advance. For information Call 793-1297 or 891-0388. The historic Wilder Swaim House in the Park will be open for Tours. The Home built in 1832, is Wing restored. Donations Are being accepted for the restoration fund. Contributors will be asked to sign a Book which will be on display in the restored House. The Spring fair in Wing sponsored by the Montgomery recreation commission and the Montgomery historical society. Bechtold Park dedication set the a. James Bechtold Park formerly Sycamore Park will be officially dedicated May 25, 12 30 . The Park is located at 4312 Sycamore Road. A private reception in the Park Lodge hosted by the Sycamore twp. Republican club will follow the dedication ceremony. Bechtold a highly respected member of the Community and Long Active As a Sycamore township trustee died last year. Fld Riiff two locations Norwood Ohio 5229 Montgomery re. At Indian Mound and Fenwick ave. 9727 Montgomery re. Tollgate Plaza behind provident Bank save 15 to 50% on your drug store needs with these everyday discount prices and no limits i greeting cards off also bows amp wrap Ray of Yac batteries 35% mfg. Suggested retail Goody hair accessories % Combs. Rollers. Barrettes no nonsense panty Hose 6eneral electric Light bulbs la eggs pantyhose off off our entire dept. Madeira Parade starts at Sellman school the traditional Mem rial Day Parade in a Eira will begin at 10 . Lay 25 from Sellman school. The Parade will travel Orth on Miami Avenue to be municipal building for a re Meh is at noon. Fea al speaker will he age David cwt Madeira. Marching in the Parade ill w units from Madeira 1-h clubs display of a Erica historical flags tile High school marching find and Drill teams fire units and drum and Baton a bras. Also included will be girl scouts brownies a by scouts cub scouts and Sycamore senior citizens. The Parade is still open for participants. Contact mayor Forest scholarships available the Sycamore Deer a re Jaycee wives Are accepting applications for a two year scholarship of $200 per year from. High school senior girls who live in the Deer Park school District. Application forms Are available at High school guidance offices or from scholarship chairwoman mrs. David Collins 4212 Hegner ave. Completed forms must be returned by june 1. Winners will be announced june 16. Brush visits Ridge May 26 Chart Erite Thomas Brush Cincinnati a vice mayor will hold a meeting with residents of pleasant Ridge May 26, 8 . At the Home of or. And mrs. David Meyer 6433 grand Vista. Call charter Headquarters 241-0303. To make reservations or suggest topics. 5sw Atkins for information at 561-7228 or 561-5607. Following City Hall ceremonies the Sycamore senior citizens will take on Madeira City officials in the third annual Holiday softball game at the Large Diamond behind Sellman school May Sale now thru mat 30 save 20% to 50% on menus and ladies Spring amp summer fashi0ms Guenthers Dillonvale shopping Center is 791-1272 is 2e mfg. Suggested retail Quot we off our entire selection supplies is Dandy mfg suggested retail includes top ten mfg. Suggested retail dear Reader we Here at Hutzell a decorating Center would like to take this Opportunity to introduce you to our new store located at 116 w. Benson st. In the heart of Reading. Phone 761-1837� Many of you know me Ralph Hutzel from my Long association with Boehmer decorating in Deer Park. It was with much enthusiasm that i decided to open a store that not Only carries finest Quality merchandise but also specializes in very personal service. I strongly feel that we need to return to basics. That of sincerely caring for a customers needs not of making the Quick and easy Sale. Here at Hutzell a we offer Foy paint with expert color Matching along with Beautiful selections of carpet tile and linoleum and of course All the various sundry items. We will at your request arrange to come to your Home and help you co ordinate your decorating ideas or perhaps to measure for carpet. This is done at no charge to you. I invite All my old friends and customers to visit me at my new store. I also would like to encourage those of you who done to know us yet to Stop by and discover what expert Friendly service is really like. 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