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C-14Weddings THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday. October 25, 199 1 Clerk of Court Notices w To submit information about weddings for use in The Enquirer, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to "Weddings," The Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio, 45201, and request a "wedding form." The form provides all necessary instructions. There is no charge for printing wedding announcements or photographs. The Enquirer does not print engagement stories and pictures. I'V x - -- t Wih&?Nk Ui BAILIFF'S SALC OF CHATTEL PROPERTY State at Ohio, County ot Hamilton, $: Porviant to the command ot an order ot sale from the Hamilton County Municipal Court, and to me directed, I win otter at public sale on the premises at 5845 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45239, on Friday, November 15, 1991 at 7 00 P.M., the following described property, to wit: 1 - Lot of Miscellaneous Televisions, I - Lot Miscellaneous Stereos, 1 - Lot Miscellaneous VCR's, 1 - Lot Miscellaneous Couches & Love Seats. To be sold by order of Court, as on execution, in Case No. 91CV22358, wherein Verni Floyd Is plaintiff and New Trend Rental Is defendant. Amount of claim, $317.00, and cost of publication. Terms of sale, cash on day of sale. This sale is subject to any mortgage or lien. EUGENE HICKS, Bailiff, MICHAEL Ferguson, Deputy Verna Floyd, Attorney Cincinnati, Ohio October 21, 1991 27726 91CV22358 BAILIFF'S SALE OF CHATTEL PROPERTY State of Ohio, County of Hamilton, ss: Pursuant to the command of an order of sale from the Hamilton County Municipal Court, and to me directed, I will offer at public sale on the premises at 901 Race St., Cinti., OH 45202, on Thursday, November 7, 1991 at 2:00 P.M., the following described property, to wit: 1 - RYOLU 3200 C D Printer, 1 -ITEK 950 Offset Machine, 1 EW 251 Minolta Typewriter, 1 -ITEK Developer, 1 - Baumfold-er 714, 1 - Calculator CBC, 1 Staple Folding System 60 O & M, 1 Salco Stapler, 1 Copier 376 - 3M 566 Computer. All miscellaneous equipment connected to operation of business. To be sold by order of Court, as on execution, in Case No. aiio.BOJ uJuraln BriHuill ...... r . 4 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schneider nee Shellie L. Spieser THE WEDDING of Shellie L. Spieser and Chris Schneider of Cincinnati took place Sept. 28 at St. Savior Church. The Rev. Goe-bel officiated. A reception followed at Sycamore V.F.W. Post 3744. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Marlene Spieser of Cincinnati, and the late Thomas A. Spieser. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Christine Burshnick of Piscataway, N.J. Best man was Scott Schneider of Cincinnati The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jude Kelly nee Mary Ann Grollmus THE WEDDING of Mary Ann Grollmus of Hamilton and Charles Jude Kelly of Cincinnati took place Aug. 17 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hamilton. The Rev. David Wolfer officiated. A reception followed at The Metropolitan Rooms. The bride is the daughter of Paul E. Grollmus of Hamilton, and the late Carol A. Grollmus. The bridegroom is the son of Elizabeth A. (Geers) Kelly, and the late John Hart Kelly. Maid of honor was Susan Grollmus. Best man was Jack Kelly. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Hedrick nee Cricket Theresa Hughes THE WEDDING of Cricket Theresa Hughes of Reading, Ohio, and Todd W. Hedrick of New Richmond, Ohio, took place Sept. 19 at Springdale Church of the Naza-rene. The Rev. Stephen Green officiated. A reception followed at Guth Bros. American Legion. The bride is the daughter of Shane and Linda Hughes of Reading and Darlene Catron of New Richmond, Ohio. The bridegroom is the son of Rolland and Linda Hedrick of New Richmond. Maid of honor was Laura Hughes of Rossmore, Ohio. Best man was Jeff Hauke of New Richmond. The couple will reside in ' J fx f ' - mmf ft-.! TlWC'Br-., minis... n.ii.knnunl U nljiintiff and M S V Printing is defendant. Amount ot ciaim, sjius.uu, onu cost of publication. Terms of .in nn riau fii cmIa Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Schueler nee Erin C. Fitzgerald THE WEDDING of Erin C. Fitzgerald and Eric A. Schueler took olace Auc. 31 at Lakeview United This sale is subject to any morigage oi wen. fcUObNfc HILK.3, aillTI, JACK LEE, Deputy Lionel Socol, Attorney Cincinnati, Ohio October 17. 1991 22254 9ICV27894 OTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE TINA MAY BAKKEN, Defendant, whose last known address was 1827 Baltimore Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225, whose current address is unknown, will take notice that on August 28, 1991, Mark A. Chapman, Plaintiff, filed a complaint In the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, Division of Domestic Relations, being Case No. A-9107S79, praying for Mr. and Mrs. John D. Johnston nee Amy Marie Kamphaus THE WEDDING of Amy Marie Kamphaus and John Darrell Johnston of Cincinnati took place Aug. 31 at St. Luke's United Church of Christ. The Rev. Terrance Williams officiated. A reception followed at the American Legion Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Kamphaus of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Johnston Sr. of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Beth A. Jenkins of Cincinnati. Best man was George H. Johnston Jr. of Cincinnati. The bride attended Cincinnati Technical College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Northwestern Business & Technical College. The couple will reside in 0m. Church of Christ, Landen. The Rev. David Schwab officiated. A reception followed at Jack Nicklaus Sports Center. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald of Landen. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arther Schueler of Tuscon, Ariz. Maid of honor was Kiernan Fitzgerald. Best man was Kenneth Cooley. The bride attended Ohio University. The bridegroom attended the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in a divorce and an otner appropriate relief on the grounds of willful absence from the marriage for a period in excess of one year. Defendant above named is required to answer within twenty-eight days after November 11, 1991, the date of last publication of this notice. ' ' i 3 i T ' f J. ROBERT ANDREWS Attorney for Plaintiff Cincinnati, Ohio Joseph T Deters, Clerk 101 1-18-25, 111-8-15 4298 A-9107579 it. if. ft I Legal Advertising IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ludwiq i OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mail or in per son. Notices cannot be re ceived by phone. Release Deadlines for re ceiving copy is 3:00 p.m.: x 1 , 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Reed T. Miller nee Joni J. Painter THE WEDDING of Joni J. Painter of Cincinnati and Reed T. Miller of Bensalem, Pa., took place Sept. 14 at Blue Ash Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Donald Leck-rone officiated. A reception followed at Terwilleger Lodge. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Painter of Madeira. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller of Gainesville, Ga. Matron of honor was Yvonne Painter, mother of the bride. Best man was Richard Miller, father of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is a graduate of Murray State. The couple will reside in Bensalem. . Monday for Wednesday Tuesday for Thursday Wednesday for Friday Release Deadline Is Noon: Thursday for Saturday and Sunday Friday for Monday & Tuesday Proof deadlines are one day In advance of release 1 if! iifl )l Vr v- I -I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome N. Kremer nee Deborah Lynn Kohl THE WEDDING of Deborah Lynn Kohl and Jerome Nicholas Kremer of Villa Hills, Ky., took place Aug. 31 at St. Joseph Church, Crescent Springs. The Rev. David Shockey officiated. A reception followed at St. Joseph Church Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kohl of Villa Hills. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Jerome N. Kremer of Villa Hills. Matron of honor was Mrs. Nancy Kohl Hoffman of Lakeside Park, Ky. Best man was Michael Sucher of Ft. Wright, Ky. The bride is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University. The couple will reside in Villa Hills. nee Jane Ann Lutz THE WEDDING of Jane Ann Lutz and Christopher Jay Ludwig, both of Cincinnati, took place Sept. 14 at St. Bernard Church. The Rev. Robert Mick officiated. A reception followed at Lakeridge Hall. The bride is the daughter of Paul and Anita Lutz of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Jerome and Kathleen Ludwig of Law-renceburg, Ind. Matron of honor, was Mary Christine Gilbert of Blanchester, Ohio. Best man was David Ellis Hubbard of Harrison, Ohio. The bride is a graduate of the College of Mount St. Joseph. The bridegroom is a graduate of Cincinnati Technical College. The couple will reside in i I deadlines. When submitting copy please indicate date(s) notice Is to appear in the IL Cincinnati Enquirer. If submitted in person; bring to the Cincinnati Enquirer Advertising Counter on the second floor at 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. If submitted by mail, send to: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Arthur Clark nee Elizabeth Ann Crain THE WEDDING of Elizabeth Ann Crain of Montgomery and Daniel Arthur Clark of Blue Ash took place Aug. 3 at Sycamore Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Theodore Kalsbeek officiated. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is the daughter of Byran and Virginia Crain of Montgomery. The bridegroom is the son of Robert and Susan Clark of Blue Ash. Maid of honor was Kelly Watts of Swayzee, Ind. Best man was Basem Nayfeh of Montgomery. The bride is a graduate of Ball State University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ball State University and attends the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. William W. Voss nee Janell Knetzer THE WEDDING of Janell Knetzer of Sheridan, Ind., and William W. Voss of Indianapolis took place Sept. 7 at Carmel United Methodist Church, Carmel, Ind. The Rev. Joseph Emerson officiated. A reception followed at Ritz Charles, Carmel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel C. Knetzer of CoatesYille, Ind. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell G.-Voss of West Chester. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Bill of Brookston, Ind. Best, man was Craig A. King of Moores-ville, Ind. The bride is a graduate of Purdue University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Miami University. The couple will reside in r v I'll. iumiuii..mim mw mi umibi M V a(w r 1 1 1 3 W M- 1 TT IN The Cincinnati Enquirer Classified Legal Advertising Dept. 617 Vine Street 2nd Floor Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 The publisher's liability for any errors or failure to print legal notices shall be limited to the cost of the first publication of the advertisement(s). If you need any additional information, please call 421-6300, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF MADEIRA, COUNTY OF HAMILTON, OHIO, ORDI-NANCE NO. 91-67. AMENDING SECTION 150 25 OF THE MADEIRA ZONING CODE, PANHANDLE LOTS. This ordinance shall take effect from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed this 21st day of October, 1991. Charles F. Wels-brod, Mayor. Donna J. Goens, Clerk of Council. This Ordinance Is available for review In its entirety at the Office of the City Manager, 7010 Miami Avenue, Madeira, Ohio 45243. 31114 INVITATION TO BIO By the order of the Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio, sealed proposals will be received at the Third Floor Business Office at the Main Public Library, until 12:00 Noon, November 26, 1991, for furnishing at labor, materials, equipment and doing all work necessary to complete the project titled: ROOF DRAINAGE SYSTEM & RELATED SITE WORK FOR GREEN TOWNSHIP REGIONAL BRANCH LIBRARY. THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF CINCINNATI a. HAMILTON COUNTY. AN In accordance with the Contract Documents for the Project as prepared by C.G. Hartman and Associates, Inc. Bids received after that time will be returned unopened, Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud Immediately thereafter. Lump sum bids are requested for the following Branch of Work: BRANCHES OF THE WORK TO BE BID ft ARCHITECTS ESTIMATE OF COST: 1. Roofing & Sheet Metal 136,000 00. 7. Plumbing Work - 116,000.00. TOTAL - $52,000.00. Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of C.G. Hartman and Associates, Inc. 514A Ohio Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255, onor f- Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Schwietert nee Dominique Marie Mancino THE WEDDING of Dominique Marie Mancino and Stephen John Schwietert both of Cincinnati took place Sept. 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The Rev. Norman Haag officiated. A reception followed at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Pennington of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwietert of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Suzette Banks. Best man was Tom Aug. The bride is a graduate of Miami University. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in Cincinnati. Schulte-DeVany THE WEDDING of Jean Ann Schulte and Christopher DeVany both of Boston, Mass., took place Oct. 12 at Trinity Church, Boston. The Rev. Roger Greene officiated. A reception followed at the Four Seasons Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Alvin L. Schulte of Covington, and the late Mrs. Schulte. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeVany of Notley, NJ. Maids of honor were Margaret and Laura Kastner of Bedford, Ky. Best man was Lyman Jackson of Boston, Mass. The bride is a graduate of Georgetown University and Columbia University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Boston University. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Rick Elliott nee Julia Ann Douglas THE WEDDING of Julia Ann Douglas and Rick Elliot, both of Richmond, Ky., took place Sept. 7 at St. John Anglican Catholic. Church. The Rev. William Neuroth officiated. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douglas of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elliott of Corbin, Ky. Maid of honor was Joan Stephenson of Kalamazoo, Mich. Best man was Rick Hollins of Memphis, Tenn. The bride is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. The couple will reside in Lexington, Ky. Roesel-Thomas THE WEDDING of Carolyn Louise Thomas of Bellevue, Ky., and Gregory Brian Roesel of Cincinnati took place Aug. 31 at Saint Anthony Church, Bellevue. The Rev. John Kroger officiated. A reception followed at Saint Agnes. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jo-Anne C. Thomas of Bellevue and Mr. Harry L. Thomas of Melbourne, Ky. The bridegroo'm is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Roesel Sr. of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Kathleen A. Thomas of Melbourne. Best man was Joseph C. Roesel of Cincinnati. The bride is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University. The bridegroom attended Cincinnati Technical College. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Larry Renard Spriggs nee Gwendolyn LaVonda Johnson THE WEDDING of Gwendolyn LaVonda Johnson of College Park, Md. and Larry Renard Spriggs of Washington, D.C., took place Aug. 31 at Allen Temple AME Church, Cincinnati. The Rev. Taylor Thompson officiated. A reception followed at St. Anthony of Padua. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Robert Spriggs of Washington, D.C. Maid of honor was Linda Johnson of Cincinnati. Best man was Kevin Spriggs of Berwyn Heights, Md. The bride is a graduate of Central State University. The bridegroom is a graduate of University of Maryland. The couple will reside in College Park, Md. Sexton-McGowan THE WEDDING of Linda Mae McGowan and George Van Sexton Sr. of Crescent Springs, Ky., took place Sept. 15 at a private residence. The Rev. David E. Smith officiated. A reception followed. The bride is the daughter of the late William K. and Lucille Lillard. The- bridegroom is the son of George Rally Sexton of West Virginia and Nancy Lynn Sexton of Covington, Ky. Matron of honor was Betty Jo Foster of Covington. Best man was Edward Kelly Foster of Covington. The bride attended John A. Logan College. The couple will reside in Crescent Springs, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Louis Watts nee Karen Poe THE WEDDING of Karen Poe of Cincinnati and Paul Louis Watts of Evergreen Park, 111., took place Aug. 10 at Chapel One, Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The Rev. Howard Mellott officiated. A reception followed at the Hope Hotel. The bride is the daughter of General and Mrs. Bryce Poe II of Alexandria, Va. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. John Kools of Cincinnati and Robert Watts of Madison, Ind. Matron of honor was Susan Dickson of Austin, Texas. Best man was Greg Watts of Indianapolis. The bride is a graduate of Wright State University. The bridegroom attended the University of Cincinnati and Ball State University. The couple will reside in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. McEwan nee Darlene Elizabeth Cook THE WEDDING of Darlene Elizabeth Cook of Goshen and Timothy Charles McEwan of Loveland took place Aug. 24 at St. Columban Church. The Rev. Terrance W. Smith officiated. A reception fol-' lowed at the Holiday Inn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Cook of Go- shen. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McEwan of Loveland. Matron of honor was Denise Cook Daggett of Cincinnati. Best man was Daniel E. McEwan of Loveland. The bride attended Miami University. The bridegroom attended Raymond Walters College. The couple will reside in Mason. You Can Sell It Fast With A Classified Ad! Call 421-6300! i

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