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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioMes Edgar Defendorf George a. Storch and William s try Bel meet to Complete plans for the Kenwood woman s club annual Silhouette Ball i tie Wood women to hold annual Silhouette Ball the fifth annual Silhouette Ball of the Kenwood worn and a club will be held saturday nov. 20, at a Keewah country club. Dinner at 8 ., will be preceded by cocktails at 6 30, and followed by a dancing from 9 to 1 a. M., to the music of buddy Roger s orchestra. Mrs. William s try Bel is general chairman. Her clubs Mustard seed league Cincinnati federation of Ohio child conservation league tuesday nov. 16, 8 ., in Home of mrs. Donald Armbruster mrs. Karl Armbruster co hostess. Speaker or. Monica of st. Ursula Academy a professor phonics give sound for More information Call mrs. Robert Williams membership chairman 561-3901. A nauts sub Aqua club ., nov. 17� 8 ., 10631 Cinderella or. Films and discussion of upcoming fund raising projects. Public invited. Concord school Pat wednesday nov. 17, 8 In school cafeteria. Speaker or. James e. Sailer school superintendent to describe the development of the new school. Other club Newt Page 3-b Villari Antiques furniture and collectibles. Hours tues. Noon-8 Him. Noon-8 Ii noon-8 Sat 10 a.m.-4 Sunday i .-4 4108 Oakwood one mock South of Galbraith off Plainfield Deer Park phone 791-7696 committee includes Mes. Thomas Blohm and Albert Fisher i i n v rations Mes. Edgar Defendorf and . Redmon decorations and Mes. George a. Storch and Alexander Pappas reservations. Proceeds will support the clubs general fund. Longview h o s p i Tal children a unit and Springer school were recipients of scholarships last year from proceeds of the Ball. Art sets club shows Bridge wieners. Catherine Recob chairman of the couples Bridge Marathon of Madeira High school Pat has announced the winners for october. Winners Are Sylvia and George Hitchcock 1st Marty and Dick Hurst 2nd Joy and Whit White 3rd, and Mary Lou and John Maidlow 4th. Schedules were Given out for the next six meetings and winners for each month will be posted. Harriet and Don Frodge hosted the october meeting. The Public is invited to a viewpoint �?T71�?�, a varied Media exhibit sponsored by the Cincinnati Art club at the clubs gallery. The show will feature the works of artists from the Ohio Kentucky and Indiana areas. The Art club wants to play an important part in the future of Art in Cincinnati. It is for this reason that they presen. This annual s h o w i n g which provides a new gallery Opportunity for Many Artista in this area. The exhibit will be judged by Jeffery Brown curator of painting at the Indianapolis museum of Art. Awards amounting to $350 will be Given for the three most outstanding works. A viewpoint �?T71�?� will be open from 2-6 Nov. 14, 20 and 21. The Cincinnati Art club gallery is located at 1021 Parkside pi., in mount Adams. Or. And mrs. James l. Messerschmidt Sandra e. Stein weds James Messerschmidt miss Sandra e. Stein daughter of or. And mrs. James a Stein 5065 Grandview pi., Norwood became the Bride of or. James l. Messerschmidt son of or. And mrs. Robert e. Messerschmidt 7059 Dawson rd., Madeira oct. 29, in is. Peter and Paul Church Norwood. Rev. Ferdinand Kylius officiated. Miss Jacquelin Ann Stein was her Sisters maid of Honor and bridesmaids were mrs. James Hurd miss Janet Messerschmidt miss Debbie Dalton miss Michelle Glenn miss Suzanne Mulholland and miss. Sherry Cox. I j e r o m e e. Messerschmidt served As his brother a Best Man and Ushers were messes. James Hurd John Uecker Ken Long Ken Kramer John Messerschmidt and Thomas Stein. Miss Mary to Mulholland was. Soloist. The Bride was graduated from Regina High school and or. Messerschmidt from newlyweds Are now residing at 7059 Dawson rd., Madeira. Is at citizens. Pay 49 a a a get 50 if we Are going to help you make preparations for Christmas 1972 of then your 1972 Christmas club at citizens it pay regularly As follows 100 for 49 Wiiks=$49. We will pay you. 55000 $2�� for 49 weeks $98. I will pay you.$100�� s300 for 49 weeks $147.we will pay you.15000 $500 for 49 weeks=$245.we will pay you.$25000 510 00 for 49 weeks $490. We will Ray you. $500�� a club matures november 1972 / the rules Are very simple n 1. Clim i is ins Novia Iek 5�k-1971 4. Cum will st open until dec Uhei 31,1971 2. Payments must in made each week 5. Payments Dut of ant must k made in f0i 49 weeks full at the time the account is opened s. Monthly payments must in made i. The full 49 payments must in in the in Advance account on 0ct0iek 13th 1972 j encouraging people to save is our business Quot Telephone 891-1441 the rit ii Peutl c state _ Villi j Bank silvert0n Montgomery roed at Plainfield Pike Montgomery 94q6 Montgomery re. Downtown Montgomery near the Post office a ample parking a All 3 locations e Kenwood in the Kenwood mall John Oney nature Center director is club speaker John Oney newly appointed director of the Cincinnati nature Center will speak at a meeting of the Montgomery woman sub thursday nov. 11, at 8 ., in the Montgomery Community Hall. His topic will be a Cincinnati nature Center meeting environmental a graduate of Ohio state University in wildlife management Oney served with the wildlife division of the department of natural resources for the state of Ohio. As District wildlife supervisor in Akron he was responsible for the programs and policies of wildlife areas in 17 counties. Mrs. Paul Jones will be hostess chairman assisted by Mes. David Garland Martin Nelson and Rufus Murphy. To be initiated into fraternity several area residents ail sophomores at Raymond Walters College University of Cincinnati will be initiated into Phi Theta Kappa thursday nov. 11, at a 6 30 Dinner in the rec Campus Center. The group includes Nancy Getoor 6536 Willow hollow Nancy Hostick 5922 Bayberry James Oehler 3825 Mantell Jolynn Phelan 7743 West wind James Settle 7933 Kugler Mill and Linda Wilson 8557 wicklow. Marshall Solimon 8130 Margaret le., rec assistant professor of history will be the speaker. A sound of music at Deer Park High the Rogers a n d Hammerstein musical a the sound of music a will be presented by the performing arts department of Deer Park High school thursday and Friday nov. 18 and 19, starting at 8 ., in Crawford auditorium. Tickets May be purchased in Advance after school hours or at the door. All seats Are reserved. Northeast 5-a suburban life wednesday november 1.0, 1971 save s something new Quot preferred purchasing plan a whole new concept in customer buying save hundreds of dollars a year while by Vang right from your local merchants at discount prices interested we think you should be in this Day 81 age when the Dollar Quot int what it used to Call 561-6381 for further details participating merchants in your Aren Art Deer Park electric siberian sewing Center buddy Rogers. Music Hurley s Sabia wearhouse clothes Madeira decorating never on sunday lounge d amp p shoe repair my. Washington cleaners Allen Ross piano amp Organ co. Or. Toms Beauty Salon banter Organ amp piano co. Fashion Pobo Lutery co., fireside shop Rosemary s Queen step carpet Sihr Erton paint it Glass Midwest Auto specialities Eddie s appliance service Economy furniture Glenn it son landscaping watch for additional merchant list lag woolly for details Call 561 6381 read the classifieds Sadie in our new location help us celebrate gifts for All wreathed with Joy watch 29.88 All ladies and mens diamonds off regular Price Lay away now Moss amp ladies longines amp Wittnauer watches mens Elgin watch 29.88 Sayer ladies rings ail kinds 1/3 off Ragaar Price hamilton7 watches save 20-30%, to take Trade las charge it 0rlay-it-away Phroh Homow grand opening lasts 11 week beginning nov. 11th to nov. 18th open every Nile until 9 00 free gifts for Alu prices were never s major prizes come in Ano Register-n0 Purchase necessary West Bros. Jewellers 4547 Montgomery re. Norwood

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