The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 3, 1991 · Page 42
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 42

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Thursday, October 3, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Social SceneD-3 0C1AL SCENE 1991 Reds Rally Cincinnati Celebrities Who Care Weekend event if ' " -' . ft ' " Ml) ' - -.. -. j , I r it If Chris Cone for The Cincinnati Enquirer Skydiving antics, the petting zoo, Cincinnati Reds players and managers were the top attractions at the 1991 Reds Rally at the home of Reds owner Marge Schott, center. Ken and Judy Klosterman, chair of the event that benefited Children's Hospital Heart Fund, watch as Mai Tai the elephant makes a dinner of a bouquet of roses. Tea kicks off Emerald gala Chris Cone for The Cincinnati Enquirer Hundreds of guests met and dined with area sports and media celebs each night last week at The Precinct for the benefit of the Children's Program at the FreeStoreFoodBank. (From left) FreeStore vice chairman George Blake, Janet and Roger Ach and Johnny Bench were greeted by Precinct owner Jeff Ruby. The event raised $50,000. TONIGHT: Dinner at Peterloon Estate with actress Stefanie Powers and zoo officials celebrates the dedication of the Carl H. Lindner Jr. Family Center for Reproduction of Endangered Wildlife. Cocktails 7 p.m., dinner 8 p.m. FRIDAY: Reception, show and sale of paintings and watercolors of Sam Crew at the Mary Ran Gallery benefits Springer School. 6-9 p.m. SATURDAY: Summit Country Day alumni Homecoming Huddle at the school benefits scholarship fund. 7:30 p.m. 533-5360. SATURDAY: A Night of Cabaret benefits AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati (AVOC) at home of Michael An-tol. 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Radio Reading Services Road Rally and dinner begins and ends at Peterloon Estate. 1 p.m. SATURDAY: Pan American Society dinner-dance at Clarion Hotel benefits cholera victims in Bolivia and Peru. 7 p.m. SATURDAY: St. Ursula Villa "Key" Western Auction at Villa Manor House. 6 p.m. SATURDAY: Kindervelts Nos. 62 and 72 fashion show and luncheon at Omni Netherland Plaza. Social hour 11 a.m., luncheon noon, fashion show 1 p.m. $20. 232-9677. SATURDAY: Mount Notre Dame "Night of Distinction" at school. 5:30 p.m. SUNDAY: Pre-football brunch at Gidding-Jenny benefits Miami Purchase Association. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. SUNDAY: Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA) honors Hope Taft, the group's first president, at Hyatt Regency. 4:30-7 p.m. $60. SUNDAY: Premiere of Little Man Tate benefits Greater Cincinnati Film Commission. Reception at 5 p.m. at Lazarus Furniture Gallery, Kenwood Mall. Premiere at 7:30 p.m. at Showcase Cinema Cincinnati. R.S.V.P. Each Sunday and Thursday, col Concert in the Country Overheard Zhvtf "Vri m fir CX LL. il -.. f C May those who love us, love us. And to those who don't love us, may God turn their hearts. And if he doesn't turn their hearts, may he turn their ankles, so he'll know them by their limping. J J Father Terry Meehan, pastor of Holy Name Church, in his dinner blessing at the benefit for Chatfield College The crowd at Chatfield College's "Concert in the Country" contained many prominent Cincinnatians. The event with a British Isles dinner and Celtic folk music benefit the school, which serves adults who didn't attend college at a younger age. Seen were (from left) Raymond and Marlyn Clark, Sister Ellen Doyle, Aileen and James Van Flandern. Chris Cone for The Cincinnati Enquirer Organizers of the Nov. 9 School for Creative & Performing Arts gala, the Emerald City, kicked off the event with a tea in Amberley Village. (From left) Lauren Chesley is seen with daughter Amanda, Hazaleen Brewster and Steve Morris of sponsor Saks Fifth Avenue. Chesley co-chairs the event with Clyde Gray of WCPO-TV. Cincinnati Club luncheon r4 v vf f V.: 7 7 J umnist Jackie Barrett previews the events and reports on the past week's parties. If you have an event we need to know about, send information In writing to Jackie Barrett, co Wearing the fabric of history Hope Taft, wife of Ohio Secretary of State Bob Taft II and wearing a replica of a gown worn by first lady Grace Coolidge, walks down the runway with Al Masset, as William Howard Taft, at a Taft Museum benefit. The gown was one pf 19 modeled by some of the Tristate's "first ladies" at the event at the Omni Netherland Hall of Mirrors. Chris Cone For The Cincinnati Enquirer mi I t n: If ' - MM -A - -- - - - - - - Barrett Tempo Department, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Please include a name and phone number readers may call for information. Chris Cone for The Cincinnati Enquirer Women of the Cincinnati Club met in their new Carew Tower headquarters for the season's first fashion show and luncheon. Jana O'Neil, right, adjunct professor at University of Cincinnati's School of Fashion and Design, models an outfit and talks with Jean Inkrot, left, and Bert Tepe. DREW'S Bookshop 3526 Edwards Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 4S208 (513) 321-4000 20 OFF SALE ON ALL BOOKS & CALENDARS September 25-0ctober 4 OPEN 7 DAYS 10AM-9PM HYDE PARK SQ., NEXT TO ZINO'S No other discounts applyno discounts on special ordersdiscounts only on books in store. Sale price valid Sept. 25th-0ct. 4th only. Please do not ask for discount on purchases made prior or subsequent to these dates. mas X WOMEN'S BOOTIES Grab the fashion item of the season! Leather and suede sport and fashion booties in all the fall fashion colors. Values from 47 to 61. Bellini Snaps Maine Woods Mia Rafael Blantini Calico L MEN'S BOOTS Great quality leather styles from famous makers! 50 values! Cherokee Hi-Tec NOTHING IS TORN OUT! Entire stock of clearance! 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