The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 11, 1991 · Page 62
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4 EXTRAWest THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, October 1 1, 1991 Births Not the real thing I ' .'1.1 I Ik' -ef J ;! iv-fcr , Matthew William Brems, born Sept. 11 to Nora and William Brems, Bridgetown. John Andrew Buckley, born Sept. 13 to Marianne and Richard Buckley, Price Hill. Matthew Ryan Campbell, born Sept. 16 to Angela and Paul Campbell, Delhi Township. Michael Lee Campbell, born Sept. 5 to Charlet Colter and Michael Campbell, Covedale. Daniel Lee Cline, born Sept. 13 to Karina Cline, Colerain Township. Sean Thomas Day, born Sept. 10 to Tracy Lynn and Thomas Neil Day, North College Hill. Heather Marie Dirr, born Sept. 1 1 to Colleen Jung and Mark Dirr, Delhi Township. Autumn Nicole Drifmeyer, born Sept. 15 to Danielle Drifmeyer, Price Hill. Micah Ryan Fisher, born Sept. 14 to Melynda and Jack Fisher Jr., Colerain Township. Melissa Maria Funk, born Sept. 16 to Maria and Daniel Funk, Bridgetown. Matthew James Gum, born Sept. 16 to Teresa and Dean Gum, Bridgetown. Emily Elizabeth Habig, born Sept. 15 to Lori and Mark Habig, Cheviot. Nicholas David Helmers, born Sept. 15 to Diane and David Helmers, Delhi Township. Kevin Mychael Henderson, born Sept. 14 to Druis Welch, Mount Healthy. Nicholas George Herrmann, born Sept. 16 to Laura and John Herrmann, White Oak. Ronald Elmer Hickey, born Sept. 16 to Amy Hickey, Mount Healthy. William Robert Insprucker, born Sept. 13 to Tami Draughn and Robert Wayne Insprucker, North Bend. Sept. 20 to Nancy and Dan Whitacre, Price Hill. Samantha Joy Behler, born Sept. 19 to Catherine and Stephen Behler, Green Township. Hannah Jillian Lacy Robb, born Sept. 19 to Christine and Richard Robb, Price Hill. Andrea Dorothy Bazzoli, born Sept. 18 to Mary Ann and Tom Bazzoli, Westwood. Collier Nicholas Donnellon, born Sept. 17 to Jennifer Donnellon, South Fairmount. Victoria Christine Van De Ryt, born Sept. 18 to Tamara and Jeff Van De Ryt, Forest Park. Daniel Evan Marque, born Sept. 20 to Sandy and Andy Marque, Springfield Township. Sylvia Marie Moses, born Sept. 19 to Cherrie Acree and Denny Moses, Colerain Township. Andrew Edward Simpson, born Sept. 26 to Lori and Mike Simpson, Green Township. Adam Tyler Christman, born Sept. 25 to Jodi and Rick Christ-man, Harrison. James Daniel Patterson, born Sept. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson, Price Hill. Danielle Marie Neale, born Sept. 24 to Wendy and Tom Neale, Westwood. Dennis Michael Rapien, born Sept. 23 to Jeanine and Mike Rapien, Mount Healthy. Robert James O'Brien, born Sept. 20 to Darlene and James O'Brien, Westwood. Sarah Ann Little, born Sept. 18 to Beverly and Alvin Little, Mount Airy. GOOD SAMARITAN Richard Jay Boeddeker, born Sept. 12 to Linda and Gary Boeddeker Sr., Covedale. Steven Andrew Bolin, born Sept. 17 to Tammie Lynn and Ronald Steven Bolin, Westwood. 0. Johnson, Sayler Park. Jessica Marie Litzinger, born Sept. 10 to Lisa and Jay Litzinger, Green Township. Chelsey Renee Loukinas, born Sept. 11 to Ann and Tom Loukinas, Colerain Township. Abbe Margaret Marshall, born Sept. 15 to Kimm and Greg Marshall, Northside. Jeffrey Wayne Martini Jr., born Sept. 7 to Jo Ann and Jeffrey W. Martini Sr., Covedale. Kristina Maria Philpot, born Sept. 10 to Kimberly and James Philpot, Westwood. Abbigail Elizabeth Pille, born Sept. 8 to Kelli and David Pille, Colerain Township. Rhonetta Flora Robertson, born Sept. 13 to Belinda Robertson, Northside. Meagan Marie Smith, born Sept. 6 to Tina Chestnut and Chris Smith, Northside. Christy Lynn Super, born Sept. 15 to Donna and Bob Super, Monfort Heights. Jessica Louise Tope, born Sept. 15 to Carrie and Dale Tope, Westwood. C. John Wegman, born Sept. 12 to Jonica and C.J. Wegman, Covedale. Anthony Da'Shawn Williams, born Sept. 11 to Carlette Smith and Anthony Williams, Westwood. Keith Alva Hannahs, born Sept. 17 to Wendy and Sean Hannahs, Groesbeck. Michael A. Bruzina, born Sept. 17 to Lee Ann and Dennis Bruzina, Covedale. Takia Di'angela Johnson, born Sept. 21 to Earlene and William Johnson, Westwood. Lakreisha Silk Kelly, born Sept. 21 to Chappell Kelly and Dana Brown, Westwood. David Samuel Allen, born Sept. 15 to Marquita and John Allen, Price Hill. Megan Patricia Whitacre, born Enquirer EXTRA prints birth-announcement information provided by some area hospitals. Relatives should wait at least three weeks before contacting The Enquirer; announcements take about that long to reach EXTRA following release by hospitals. Questions? Call Jay Liding-ton at 576-1409 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. JEWISH Shane Edward Cantrell, born Sept. 10 to Denise Cantrell, Cole-rain Township. Anna Louise Frey, born Sept. 5 to Alan and Michele Frey, Cleves. Leonardo Antonio Garcia Jr., born Sept. 1 1 to Sopa Garcia and Leonardo Antonio Garcia, Forest Park. Jessica Kay Johnson, born Sept. 5 to Tracy Boone and David Johnson Jr., White Oak. UNIVERSITY Stephanie Beatrice Ann Voe-gele, born Sept. 4 to Mrs. Stephen V. Voegele, Cheviot. BETHESDA Adam Wesley Smith, born July 30 to Rebecca Lynn and Henry Ray Smith, Colerain Township. Jeffrey Darnell Chambers Jr., born Sept. 14 to Kimberly and Jeffrey Chambers, Westwood. David Lee Hensley Jr., born Sept. 7 to Shelli and David Hensley, Forest Park. Alik Isban, born Sept. 9 to Anja and Michael Izban, Colerain Township. Jessica Jackson, born Sept. 5 to Jacqueline Stallings and Alvin Jackson, Westwood. Sarah Elizabeth Johansing, born Sept. 15 to Janet and Tom Johansing, North College Hill. Janelle C. Johnson, born Sept. 16 to Sharon D. Leary and Cedric jr. The Cincinnati EnquirerTony Jones Emergency medical technician students treat the imaginary injuries sustained by students during a disaster drill at William Henry Harrison High School Saturday. Kevin Manz of the Western Hills area, an EMT student at Diamond Oaks Vocational School, treats Johnathan Fritz, 7, who was among 38 victims of a mock airplane crash at the school. An airplane fuselage was placed in the schoolyard to create a more realistic scenario. TWO GREAT LOCATIONS IN TRI-COUNTY & FAIRFIELD L ile Style Furniture Hicks Manor Route 4 Dixie Hwy. Serving Hamilton and Butler Counties for 28 years. Mr :r..c... 1111 - 1 1,1 1 f JIJ lllil Furniture- KWP Vs DAY c o . nr o LivingRoom-101101 Heading-Furniture Outlet LOW-OUT Living Kuom-Ucdding- , Furniture Outlet (form or y Target world) Rl. 747 - 14 mi. north of Tri County Hamilton County , , It SAVE UP TO 70 FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH WITH S2S0 PURCHASE Sale ends October 1 3th ! E3 - - - Society celebrates new home Delhi historical group gets house BY LYNDA HOUSTON The Cincinnati Enquirer When Shirley Althoff first got involved with the fledgling Delhi Historical Society 15 years ago, she never thought the group would one day have its own building. But today, the society has a new home. It's a circa-1860s house at 468 Anderson Ferry Road. There, the historical society's archives, including two books, will be stored and made available to the public. "I could never even believe we would have gotten a house," said Althoff, the society's curator. "I thought maybe eventually we'd get the back of a store." Open house planned The society will hold an open house and ribbon-cutting at 2 p.m. Oct. 20 at the house. Participants are asked to park at the Del-Fair Shopping Center on Anderson Ferry Road. Shuttle service to the open house will begin at 1:15 p.m. The house, donated by a developer planning to build condominiums nearby, was once home to the Witterstaetter family, one of the township's first florists. It's a fitting personal history because Delhi is nicknamed "Flora Paradise of Ohio" for its many greenhouses. First among florists The Witterstaetter name, according to historical society records, is the first among Delhi florists. In 1893, Richard Witterstaetter received first place for the "most perfect carnation" from the Society of American Florists. EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY STYLE rawtttl CONTEMPORARY STYLE sofa and loveseat. Oak wood trim. 100 nylon cover. ORIG.899 Sofa and loveseat. High back pillow arm style. 100 nylon bota ana loveseat. scatter back a desian. Lovelv auilted cover. oi 383 $488 I 588 I . s i centermatch cover. ORiG. '1099 lORIG. 1099 "SiUI il i QUEEN ANNE STYLE TRADITIONAL STYLE Camel back sofa & loveseat Matched pattern cover. Choice of color. CONTEMPORARY STYLE sofa and loveseat. Oak wood trim. 1 00 acrylan cover. $ sofa and loveseat. Multi color patterned cover ORIG.M499 588 588 77 niU. ' II 33 ORIG. '.1199 CONTEMPORARY STYLE SECTIONAL RECLINER The two-story, six-room farm QUEEN ANNE CHAIR High back style. Choice of colors. 100 nylon High back with 100 nylon cover. house is undergoing renovations, said Doris Zeiser, historical society president. Fund-raising efforts, Cover. $4 00l Loads of soft back Dillows. 788 VORIG. $279. VORIG. '299 lOQ VChoice of colors. ORIG. 1699. painting and other improvements also continue. The "Buv a Piece of Delhi His tory" campaign, in which sponsors can buy items for the house sucn as light fixtures and porch railings, is coinc well. Zeiser said. BLACK LACQUER BEDROOM Grouping includes dresser, mirror, chest, and queen or full size headboard. The society also is selling brick SAVE UP TO 70 "IMPERIAL" and "THERAPEDIC" MISMATCHED BEDDING Odds and ends. Discontinued stylos. Some match some don't, But look how much you savo, TWIN SET $QQ QUEEN SET $1 ORIG 199 WO ORIG 349 iLOO FULL SET $i OQ KING SET $OQQ ORIG 249 J.4CO ORIG 599 CmZJO pavers for walkways, for pa rrons can have their names en graved on a paver. Each paver is limited to 14 spaces per "ne Ior two lines. "I can't believe it." Zeiser said ;299 ORIG. '499. "We celebrated our 15th anniver sary in September, and now we finally got some headquarters. LIVING ROOM-BEDDING ILfljG-Sfiflc? FUL1NE1TUIRLE FUrtNITUnE OUTLET (OB TargetworW BuiWno) Hick's Mannr Rhnnnirm fW, Those interested in purchasing a brick paver should print the name 671-8779 12119 Princeton Rd. (747) Rt.4 Fairfield for the paver and send a cnecK to the Delhi Historical Society, 5174 Orangelawn Drive, 45238. Call 921-9095 to participate in "Buy a Trf-County mOH & FRI 10-8 TUES-THURS, SAT 100 SUN 1-5 OPEN MON.-FRI. 10-9 SAT. 10-6 SUN. 12-5 Piece of Delhi History.

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