The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 17, 1991 · Page 43
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 43

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Thursday, October 17, 1991
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Thursday, October 17, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Social SceneE-3 SOCIAL SCENE CASA honors Taft Dinner to help cholera victims Members and guests of the Pan American Society (PAS) of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Reaches Out (CRO) held a dinner dance at the Clarion Hotel to benefit cholera victims in Bolivia and Peru. Attending were (from left) Dr. Bob Valentine; Lidia Zwick, new PAS president; and Peter Strauss, a CRO board member. Philip Groshong lor The Cincinnati Enquirer WW iVrCJ j -Jrjy' ; ?n I' $ ' I Philip Groshong for The Cincinnati Enquirer Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA) honored its first president, Hope Taft, second from right, at a post-Bengals' game buffet at the Hyatt Regency. Seen with her are (from left) Luceille Fleming, director of the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction, Hamilton County Commissioner John Dowlin and Ohio Lt. Gov. Michael DeWine. Proceeds will go to CASA's programs. Wellness golf classic Weekend events Overheard is f Thank you for making Cincinnati a 'Northern Star' In the support of Third World countries. J J Peter Strauss, vice mayor of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Reaches Out board member, at Pan American Society benefit for cholera victims. '- A I I m I ( 1 1 ,T- I , I ftp'--. Night of cabaret for AVOC reception introduces new director Robert D. Stonestreet and librarian Sharon R. Singh In Hu-enefeld Tower Room of main library downtown. 4-6 p.m. SATURDAY: Cincinnati Antiques Festival young collectors' party at Music Hall. 6-9 p.m. SUNDAY: The Cincinnati MacDowell Society gala dinner at Omni Netherland Continental Room. Cash bar 5 p.m. Members and guests only. CANCELED: Saturday's "Boo Bash 3" at Cincinnati Fire Museum to benefit Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park has been canceled. R.S.V.P. Each Sunday and Thursday, t t. A- imm , Philip Groshong for The Cincinnati Enquirer Event co-chairmen Warren Hawkinson, Sam Gingrich and Dr. James Hall take a break from the Wellness Community Golf Classic at Beckett Ridge Country Club, which raised $14,000. wwwmpwmmm ; : ; ;? I I (xM u ' t TODAY: Town Clublun- cheon with speaker John A. Ruthven. Cocktails 11 a.m., luncheon noon. Members and guests only. TONIGHT: Cincinnati Antiques Festival preview party at Music Hall. 6-9 p.m. TONIGHT: Mercy Hospital Auxiliary fashion show, dinner and raffle at Beckett Ridge Country Club. Cocktails 6:30 p.m. TONIGHT: Northern Kentucky University Theatre Department dinner cruise on the Becky Thatcher. Board 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY: Young Friends of the Zoo Coors Beastly Ball at Hartwell Recreation Center. 9 p.m. FRIDAY: Cincinnati Antiques Festival cocktails and lecture by Leslie Hindman of Leslie Hind-man Auctioneers in Chicago. 6 p.m. at Music Hall. FRIDAY: Walnut Hills High School dedication ceremony of the Eagles' Nest. Reception 5 p.m. FRIDAY: Military Order of the World Wars 71st fall dinner at the University Club. Social hour 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Shades of autumn ?J- lit columnist Jackie Barrett previews the events and reports on the past week's parties. If you have an event we need to know about. , WhrtjLJl ; : : : Barrett send information in writing to 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. PhiliD Groshona for The Cincinnati Enauirar Philip Groshong for The Cincinnati Enquirer Guests joined hosts Michael Antol, center, and Lloyd Lederkra-mer, right, for "A Night of Cabaret" featuring Jay Rogers, seated. Rogers, winner of the 1991 Manhattan Association of Cabaret Awards for Best Male Musical Comedy Act, entertained the crowd for the benefit of AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati (AVOC). Providence Hospital Auxiliary held its annual fashion show and luncheon at the Marriott Hotel. Enjoying the Tri-County Mall fashions were (from left) Flo Grinkmeyer, event chair Alice L'Herisson and Janice Olden. Happy Sweetest Day An PrnMinrxn m NOW ir PRINCE & THE NEW POWER GENERATION lssi s a. BsisJakfeBa ssv 1 DIAMONDS AND PEARLS MM IIM. rAMtinf MHOHWnAMtmil' ENTIRE STOCK! Get $2 OFF everyday price of any cassette or' LP priced $8.48 or more, or compact disc priced I $1 4.98 or more. Limit: 5 items per coupon. I NOT VALID ON SALE ITEMS. PREVIOUS tor.M CVDIDCC- 100001 I purchases, out of stock items or with COUPON cAPInbS: 1 VUZJyi I ANY OTHER COUPON OR DISCOUNT LIMIT ONE COUPON PER VISIT COUPON MUST BE SURRENDERED AT CHECKOUT. MULTIPLE SETS COUNT AS ONE ITEM. THt'HST'OJ music & video 14590 Montgomery Rd. We've Come Down. Why Don't You? ...But Hurry! A TRIBI CALLID QUIST TNI LOW IND THIOSIT ' .'il.'LfltV-. ' 1 KI l ! I I I lil.A. 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