The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 10, 1991 · Page 36
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October 10, 1991

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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 36

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Thursday, October 10, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Social SceneD-3 IvlAw ' "k jlBk n mi rva pv ma Weekend events Miami Purchase brunch New zoo center celebration I J flic 1 - SATURDAY: Camargo Hunter Trials at Shawnee Ridge Farm in Indian Hill begins at 8:30 a.m., parade of hounds at noon. General admission $5. Ringside space $40 includes five tickets. Kids under 12 free. 984-5533. SATURDAY: Playwright Edward Albee speaks at fund-raiser for Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati at the Contemporary Arts Center. Champagne reception at 6:30 p.m. followed by Albee's informal presentation. 421-3555. SUNDAY: Luncheon honors inauguration of the Rev. Robert J. Mooney as the 32nd president of the Athenaeum of Ohio. 1 :30 p.m. at the Athenaeum. 231-2223. R.S.V.P. Each Sunday and Thursday, 1 Philip Qroshong (or The Cincinnati Enquirer The Miami Purchase Association threw a pre-Bengal game tailgate brunch at Gidding-Jenny. Jim Casey and Friends entertained the lively group of historic preservationists, including (from left) Stewart Maxwell, Fran and Jim Elder, and Sandra Walters. Film commission benefit Uv ' ' ' fr ( xf?L f r Ni di 4 ok II , It J If 1L LL. -a ,. columnist Jackie Barrett previews events and reports on the past week's parties. If you have an event we need to know about, send information in writina U Barrett t0 jaCkie Barrett, co Tempo Department, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati 45202. Please include a name and phone number readers can call for information. Philip Groshong for The Cincinnati Enquirer Soon after the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Carl H. Lindner Jr. Family Center for Reproduction of Endangered Wildlife at the Cincinnati Zoo, guests moved on to Peterloon Estate for a celebration dinner. In the crowd were (from left) Herb Middendorf, president of the Zoological Society; Ed Maruska, zoo director; Carl Lindner III; Betsy Dresser, director of endangered wildlife center; Carson Whiting, zoo past president; and Kris Kalnow. Philip Groshong (or The Cincinnati Enquirer The Cincinnati Film Commission benefited from the premiere of Jodie Foster's directorial debut, Little Man Tate. Event chairpersons Marsha and Brad Lindner attend the pre-premiere reception at Kenwood Mall. Town Club luncheon Super supper Deaconess Celebrity Open 4- H A II Mil. 11,11,! I I. P!" H ! U ' V f x 111 v V V, I v II li vt4 r 1 " y ; I ; 0 n Philip Groshong for The Cincinnati Enquirer A dinner at the home of Lori and Dan Staton, couple at right, helped kick off Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion's Tribute Dinner. Alfred Gottschalk, HUC president, and his wife, Deanna, discuss the dinner that will honor Dwight H. Hibbard on Oct. 27 at the Hyatt Regency. Burgess Photography More than 150 participants enjoyed great golf at the Deaconess Celebrity Open. Honorary chairman Steve Ford, second from right, is seen with (from left) Frank Hutson, Tom Plantenberg and E. Anthony Woods, president and CEO of Deaconess Hospital. Chris Cone for The Cincinnati Enquirer Katherine Keough, left, chairwoman of Xavier University's education department, spoke at the first Town Club luncheon of the season. With her are Joyce Beiring, center, and Marja Barrett. wktsNff mm i Over $5,000,000 Of Hand-Crafted Furniture Available! October 11, 12, 13 DISTINGUISH YOUR HOME... AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD NOW! Hurry and take advantage of tremendous savings at our Romweber Factor)' Sale this coming weekend: October 11th 12th and 13th. If you're interested in quality furniture from several of the most prestigious furniture makers in America, please visit our Factory Sale. Over 5 million dollars of the finest in living room, dining room, bedroom, upholstery and occasional furniture will be available at savings of 30 to 70 off retail prices. So, please mark your calendar - October 11th, 12th, and 13th - and save at Romwebcr's Factory Sale! Irresistible Jackets Matcliing Skirts In An Array Of Styles Ever-So-Soft Sweaters Ever-So-Comfortable Pants An(lEverytliiiigIs40 Off 100 Of The Time. So Come In This Week, Because What's Here Today Could Be Gone Tomorrow. PS Entertainment Centers Lounge Chairs Sofas Dining Room Loveseats Bedroom Eighteenth Century Recliners French Contemporary Traditional Adirondack J fe iiThere's j Always Somethim v 4 iT kip JNewAt V OLD ME RENOWNED FURNITURE FOR YOURHOME. SAVE 30 to 70 - 3 DAYS ONLY... OCT. 11, 12, 13 r Y SALE TIMES: V -& FRIDAYSATURDAY: INDIANA TIME: 9AM to 6PM f J OHIO TIME: 10AM to 7PM ) o SZT Li!i49Bataf!o SUNDAY: INDIANA TIME: 12PM to 5PM LsHSo" factory wdi posted. OHIO TIME: 1PM to 6PM Payment by MasiciCard VISA or check wilh proper identification. 40 Off 100 Of The Time ROMWEBER Outlets Limited Mall Shapely Outlet Mall 398-5578 771-2927 . Kst. 1B70 Hatesvtlle. Indiana

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