The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 18, 1991 · Page 76
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 76

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Friday, October 18, 1991
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6 EXTRAEast Central THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, October 18, 1991 SCHOOLS Howe mialkes tHie best $599 sofas Focus on students Schools across the area have been asked to nominate "Students of the Week" to appear Fridays in The Enquirer EXTRA. The students were selected for a variety of reasons including academics, leadership, positive attitude and improvement. We know you'll like these stylish Rowe sofas too. All are generously proportioned and arc added with layers of Dacron for comfortable seating. Specially priced for a limited time only! NAME: Logan Phillipps. SCHOOL: Indian Hill High. GRADE: freshman. PARENTS: Heather and ,1 t j Pick Your Price Package. Cottages at The Lodge are beautiful, large and private. Perfect for independent retirement living. And best of all, you pick the price package that suits your needs. Choose how many meals and which services you want, and pay only for those. Availability is limited, so come soon and see the Cottages for yourself. lodge At Montgomery and Union Cemetery Roads Learn more about Condo-Like Cottages at The Lodge, Cincinnati's Preferred Retirement Community. Call 683-9966. garten. Loveland Middle: Bradley Henderson, Batavia, grade 7. Madeira Junior High: Bobby Adams, Madeira, grade 8. Madeira Senior High: Amy Shayeson, Madeira, junior. Miami Elementary: Erin Niehaus, Loveland, grade 4. Moeller High: Clint D. Whalen, Loveland, senior. Norwood View: Susan Brewer, grade 3, Norwood. Purcell Marian: Nick Guas-taferro, senior, Hyde Park. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Andrew Liming, Loveland, grade 1. St. John the Evangelist: Andrea Arlinghaus, Deer Park, grade 4. St. Saviour: Jennifer Meyer, Blue Ash, grade 4. St. Vincent Ferrer: Steve Crowley, Sycamore Township, grade 8. Sycamore High: Matt Scheroeman, Sycamore Township, junior. Sycamore Junior High: Megan Gallagher, Montgomery, grade 8. Kurt Phillipps. Logan COMMUNITY: Indian Hill. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Logan is freshman class president and plays soccer. Students of the Week from other area schools are: College Hill Fundamental: Miesha Taylor, grade 6, Pleasant Ridge. Cook Elementary: Sarah Conley, Loveland, grade 4. Cure of Ars: Lyndsay Gil-reath, Madisonville, grade 4. Dater Junior High: Michael Shaw, grade 7, Madisonville. Greene Intermediate: Brady Watkins, Blue Ash, grade 5. Hyde Park: Lamar Young, grade 4, Hyde Park. Kilgour Elementary: Lynd-sey N. Jones, Oakley, kinder Your Choice Loveseat$549 I F ' 1 Rr I t. I ar T r "r A. Beautifully tailored 89" sofa with oversized roll arms and upholstered bun feet. Contrasting accent pillows included. B. Soft arm shape complements high back pillows, design tailored for style and comfort. Set the theme with your choice from hundreds of fabrics. C. A deeply channeled back accents this striking 89" sota. Beautiful traditional styling shown in a soft floral print. Matching loveseat is 65". V HOME ECONOMICS. All Unbelievable Selection Of Floor Fashions On Sale. Tliat's Home Economics, Our Style! Till Jf-T-stSJ' For hixunouft out Lunches Ml Una comfort rfort f if I aaa now 9 3uu-d innerspfing seat Mai cusnion. rwrrameo 'Of cheese, corn (green beans at Mason Heights), fruit. Thursday: roast turkey with gravy, whipped potatoes, fruit, buttered corn bread. Friday: toasted cheese sandwich, tomato soup, choice of fruit (Mason Heights will serve beef taco with lettuce and cheese, corn and mixed fruit). If , L p fif 683-2233 Star Hourt: Mon-Thurt-Frl. 9-9 Tuet.-Wsd.9-t Sat. 9-5 Clottd Sunday 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH FINANCING AVAILABLE 113 Taylor St. Loveland Now, for a limited time, (ji't ON-TIII-SIOT Rl BAIi.S on some of our finest fkxtr coverings! Come in and select NORWOOD Monday: chef salad or soft taco (with sauce, lettuce and cheese), french fries, applesauce. Tuesday: chef salad or chicken nuggets with sauce, roll, whipped potatoes, apple. Wednesday: chef salad or pizza, vegetable beans, sliced pears. Thursday: chef salad or four-way chili with crackers, tossed salad with dressing, pineapple tidbits. Friday: no school. SYCAMORE Monday: french bread pizza, potato rounds, seedless grapes. Tuesday: chicken breast nuggets with sauce, buttered roll, peas, cinnamon apple slices. Wednesday: three-way chili with crackers and cheese, tossed salad with dressing, chilled pears. Thursday: mini-submarine sandwich with cheese, potato chips, carrot and celery sticks, fruit juice, chocolate chip cookie. Friday: no school. from a huge variety of colors and patterns designed to match your home's decor beautifully. Whatever you choose, you'll make a beautiful home fashion statement - no matter what your style ... or budget! Stop in today ... and see just how affordable stylish living can be. (AjmStrOTKJ CARPETING VINYL CERAMIC TILE HARDWOOD WALLPAPER BLINDS The Floor Covering Specialists FREE IN-STOAE DECORATING SERVICE J.L.G. Company op 41 9 waras corner Rd., Loveland 1 minute off 2 75 Wards Corner Exit South HOURS: Tun., Thurt., Fri. till 5 00 p.m., Mon., Wd., till 9:00 p.m., Sat. t-S, Cloud Sunday 248-1755 Here are the lunch menus for the week of Oct. 21. Milk is served with all meals. CINCINNATI Monday: chicken nuggets, broccoli, carrots and cauliflower, dinner roll, apple juice. Tuesday: taco or soft taco, seasoned mixed vegetables, orange juice. Wednesday: rotini, garlic bread, pears. Thursday: cheeseburger, lettuce salad, fruit cocktail and gelatin. Friday: coney island, french fries, pineapple tidbits. INDIAN HILL Monday: nachos with meat and cheese (or submarine sandwich at primary school), buttered corn, corn muffin with butter. Tuesday: grilled cheese sandwich (or corn dog at primary school), chicken noodle soup with crackers, celery with peanut butter, chilled applesauce. Wednesday: turkey with dressing (or cheeseburger at primary school), buttered mixed vegetables, roll with butter, chilled peaches. Thursday: pizza bagels (or hot dog at primary school), seasoned green beans, chilled pears. Friday: no school. KINGS Monday: ravioli, tossed salad, garlic toast, peanut butter cookie. Tuesday: hamburger, corn, lime gelatin with whipped cream, fruit juice. Wednesday: scrambled eggs, sausage links, hash brown potatoes, banana bread. Thursday: chicken and noodles, cole slaw, roll, choice of fruit. Friday: bologna and cheese sandwich, baked beans, pretzel rod, lemonade. LOVELAND Monday: apple cinnamon roll-up, sausage patty, potato rounds, fruit juice. Tuesday: pizza, vegetables with ranch dip, chilled pears. Wednesday: cheeseburger on bun with pickle slices, french fries, applesauce. Thursday: ravioli with cheese, tossed salad, garlic bread, orange slices. Friday: chicken patty on bun with lettuce and tomato, whipped potatoes with gravy, frozen juice bar. MASON Monday: chicken patty on bun, tri-taters (french fries at Mason Heights), fruit. Tuesday: pizza, tossed salad, fruit (applesauce at Mason Heights). Wednesday: nacho chips with r 1 Redemption Table in front of the Atrium Q shoe sx Women's f Fall Fashion f premier I jr Classic Flat 2 PAIRS Vml i One Pair 14.88 & 15.88 w4i It Pavfi To RprvrliM at The Shops at Harper s Point Saturday, October 19 from l-3pm Receive a FREE Canvas Tote Bag with $25 worth of The Shops at Harper's Point store receipts dated September thru October 1991 These reuscable bags are perfect for all the terrific things you can find at The Shops at Harper's Point! , (while supplies last, excluding Thriflway) APPARIL Snooty Fo lou & Me kids SIRVICIS Barney Rapp Fifth Third Travel Harper's Point Cleaners Dr. E.M, Klrsteln & Assoc., Optometrist PakMall- packaging & shipping Peter's Plate Hair Design Provident Bank REMAX I nllmlled Realtors RESTAURANTS POOD Cheng 2 Gourmet Chinese Restaurant Clao Baby Curlna Restaurant deSha's Restaurant Harper's Bar & Grille at deSha's Stone Mill Bread Co. Bakery T.J. Cinnamons Bakery Thrinay Food & Drug Vllo Goldberg & Sons Dell VIDIO COMPUTUS Blockbuster Video CompuAdd Children's Clothing CARDS, SIFTS ft BOOKS Cinnamon Tree Books F.merHon Qnlllln Design Studio & Gallery Helleman Jewelry Puperphanalla Cards & Gilts MOMI FURNISHINGS Gallery 22 Framing & Art Pallo & Hearth Shoppe IVddlars II lethllne Studio Watson's Clock & Watches Newly Styled Heel Indian Hill garage sale coming Oct. 26 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER The Indian Hill Middle School media center will hold a garage sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 26 in the middle school cafeteria, 6845 Drake Road. Sale items include furniture, lamps, toys and clothing. All purchases must -be removed from the school by 10 a.m. Oct. 28. o Colerain Tnwrm 10208 Colerain Ave., Cincinnati 245-0050 MntfCrd, VIm or DtonwuT. Optn rwilnm mi iuiKby ihwnoon . cluck lor loul (ton houn. ;

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