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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 03, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioMercantile office hours daily 9 4 30, Friday 9 6 saturday 9 12 dial 091-7711 known for to coast la honors fund drive donors two Are executives accepted awards for their companies at the Kickoff luncheon of the University of Cincinnati a 26th corporate fund drive. Cheater Stevens 6500 Belleview rd., director of marketing services of the . Playing card company and . Murray 6518 Stoneh am pi., division manager of the Standard Oil company accepted the m in st Mac awards from Graham e. Marx chairman of the drive. Their companies were among 31 honoured for having con Tribu Ted in each of the past 25 us corporate drives. Participating in convention or. R. Vernon Stroud 3851 Lavenant ave., Kennedy Heights will participate in the annual convention of the ape can speech and hearing association nov. 17-20, in Chicago. Or. Stroud associate professor of speech pathology at the University of Cincinnati is chairman of the associations committee of the Section of Urban language. He is also chairman of the area of professional affairs for the associations 1972 convention. Hockey team ends season undefeated Deer Park High school girls Field hockey teams completed their season tuesday oct. 26, by defeating Princeton High school 3 to 1. The varsity team finished the season with an undefeated record with 2 wins and 4 ties. The Reserve team ended their season with a record of 1 win 2 ties and 2 defeats. In the Princeton game Diane Tipton right inner Debbie Fritz left inner and Joann Rahe Center Forward scored the goals for the victorious a a wildcats. The varsity and Reserve teams were coached by miss Becky Lockwood girls physical education teacher. The girls and miss Lockwood Are already looking Forward to next year and an even More successful season. Ward s greenhouse for that feeling a birthdays a special occasions a anniversaries a shut ins a wards i Crisni Morsit a r Sisr a a a a 4208 sch Teck a. A i if Deer perk pkttww.oh.0 to of 791-8835 1 a wards greenhouse a a polishing the trophy won at the Southwest Ohio class a sectional track meet Are Scott Kincaid Sonny Tudor and Bob West coach of Madeira s Cross country track team. The team took first place at the meet with Kincaid the individual Winner with a time of 9.55 for the two mile course. As sectional champs the team s next Stop was Dayton for the District meet. The state meet will be held saturday nov. 6, at Columbus. The entire season has bean highlighted by a drive to a go Beck to state Quot where the boys came in fifth last year. Isbir county police activities s h a r o n Volle Evendale police departments will Host the meeting of the Hamilton county a police association thursday nov. 11, at 8 ., in the Sharonville Community Center Creek re. And away Thor View or. The executive Board will meet thursday nov. 11, at 9 a.m., at the Montgomery police department and the monthly shoot will be held thursday nov. 18, at Indian Hill Range. Fire at st. John a a fire set to a pile of rubbish in st. Johns school Yard. Deer Park caused $100 damage to a wooden shed that is used to store trash. The fire broke out oct 31 and could have been a halloween prank according to chief Nimesheim. Youth director. Dennis Mcneal 6828 ban try ave., Kennedy Heights has accepted the directorship of the Silverton youth Center currently being held at Silverton school. Mcneal has been physical education teacher at Silverton school for the peat five years. The youth programs which Are open to residents of Silverton Deer Park Kenwood end Kennedy Heights Ere held on tuesdays and thursdays from 6 to 9 Membership fee is $1 per person or $1.50 per family. Football schedule mu3 1 safety rates and services 191 incl restriction s football games scheduled to be played nov. 5 Are Woodward is. Princeton. Deer Park is Milford Home Indian Hill is. Loveland a Home Madeira is. games to be played nov. 6 Are Moeller is. St Xavier away country Day is. Clinton Massie Home Wolyk radio 107.1 on the pm dial will broadcast the Xavier Moeller game saturday at 1 45 For free tickets. To Cincinnati royals basketball games Check Csini classified pages each week to see if you Are a Winner us educator to present paper or. R. Vernon Stroud 3851 Lavenant ave., Kennety Heights associate professor of speech pathology at the University of Cincinnati will present a paper on a communication in the Urban society a at a conference of the student Council of exceptional children in Sioux Falls s.d., nov. 4-6. Passbook savings pm april 1,1970 s month certificates 51,000 my mum 1 year certificates is ,000 minimum 2-vr certificates 15,000 minimum interest paid or compounded quarterly attention drummers Howard Early music centers Are presenting Alan Dawson in free clinical performance on november 14th please Call or. Menning. 351-2500 for reservations Goana iils Northeast 5 suburban life wednesday november 3, 1971 soccer team is being organized soccer a rather new sport in Eastern Cincinnati has finally come alive in suburban life area. Montgomery cycler is sponsoring a team in the say fall soccer league coached by Albert theile and managed by Bob Lynch. Players come from three different High schools Steve Brietenback Chris Jacobs. Harold Thiele from Madeira John Albers Jerry Glaser Richard Geoghegan Chuck Hertlein Leonard Kaes Bill Lehn Tom Meeker John Metz and Steve Milostan of Moeller and Dave Hendren de Mcclure and Barry Reis of Reading. 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