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Thursday, November 24, 1549
Over The
Teacups
Items for this column may be
phoned to PO. 3378, or mailed
to 15632 Euclid ave. The dead
line is Tuesday at 5 p. m.
at Milan
Thanksgiving Dinner this year
at the C. A. Bergs, 15632 Hazel
rd., is being served Saturday eve
ning with Mrs. Berg’s brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
A. Musser of Wellsville, among
the guests.
Miss Pera Campbell of Chap
man ave., is spending the week-
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Mr. and Mrs. Dwight W. Lantz,
1830 Roxford rd., will have a fam
ily dinner Thanksgiving Day with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Kellow of Gladwin,
Mich., here. The Kellows will re
main for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Bell, 1859
Sheldon st., entertained Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Valentine of Dayton
as their houseguest over the Nov
ember 6th weekend. The Valen
tines were here to attend the gold
en wedding anniversary of Mrs.
Bell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Emch, the foursome having
been friends since childhood days.
Mr. and Mrs. George Drescole
of 1207 North Lockwood ave., are
the proud parents of a son, Ralph
Kent Drescole, born November 3rd.
He weighed in at seven pounds.
Miss Mae K. Frye of the Cale
donia School faculty is spending
her Thanksgiving holiday with
home folks in Columbiana.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Slaugh
ter and family are spending a few
days this week in Indianapolis and
Hammond, Ind. In Hammond they
will join Mrs. Slaughter’s parents
in the observance of their 40th
wedding anniversary.
Five members of the Baptist
Youth Fellowship of the East
Cleveland Baptist Church will be
in Columbia Center November 25
26-27 for the Senior Hi conven
tion. Planning to go are Marybeth
Malpas, Arlene Warman, Clarence
Miller, Roger Saur and Larry
Thompson.
Corporal Jay Hollingsworth of
the 525th Military Intelligence
Service Co., Fort Bragg, N. C., will
be home to join his brother, Jack,
a Junior at Bowling Green State
University and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Hollingsworth, 14616
Elm, in celebrating Thanksgiving
Jay expects to enter college next
fall, but has not decided which one,
as yet.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ott from
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Ott from Buffalo, N. Y., are
joining Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Ott,
2125 Reyburn rd., for a family get
together on Thanksgiving Day.
Sue Ebenhach, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Ebenhach of 1857
Rosemont rd., was one of 196
Ohio Wesleyan University students
named to the Dean’s list this sem
ester. To be eligible a student must
earn a point average of 3.3 or
plus. A junior, Mi -s Ebenhack
is majoring in journalism.
Just In time to miss the winter’s
first real snow, Reid Bunting of
1761 Page ave. and George Unbe-
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Pictured here are members of
the Junior Women’s Board of
Euclid-Glenville Hospital, making
arrangements for their annual
benefit dance. Seated from left to
right are Mrs. Hudson Fowler, Mrs.
Edward Brauer and Mrs. Thomas
Gerspacher. Standing, left to right,
are Mrs. Joseph C. Valenti, Mrs.
J. L. Whitaker, Mrs. M. F. Oman
and Mrs. Joseph Crowley.
Glenville Hospital Junior Wom
en’s Board annual semi-formal
dance and card party will be held
at the Lake Shore Country Club
Saturday, December 3 from 9 to
haun, Jr. of Mentor, left Tuesday,
November 15th for a motor trip
to California and Mexico.
When Chas. Weaver, 15800 Eu
clid ave. went to Huron Road Hos
pital Sunday it was not to his
usual post in the emergency divi
sion. Mr. Weaver entered as a pa
tient and on Monday underwent
surgery. He is the father of Chief
of Police H. S. Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shafer of
Stanwood rd. entertained at a din
ner party Sunday as a farewell for
their son, Jim Shafer who left later
that evening by plane for San
Francisco from whence he goes to
Singapore. Mr. 'Shafer represents
the National Carbon Co. Ine. there.
Two extra plates are going on
the Thanksgiving table at the home
of R. Gordon Cranes, 14511 Shaw
ave. Their guests are Mr. Crane’s
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. James Childers of Euclid.
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Glenville Junior Board Plans Dance
1 a. m., with Gene Beecher’s or
chestra providing the music.
A crowd of 1000 persons is ex
pected to turn out for the one big
affair of the club year—this being
the largest group in the history
of the Junior Board’s 15 dances.
Much enthusiasm is being derived
from thoughts of the new Euclid
Glenville hospital of the future.
Proceeds from the dance will
be used to swell the treasury, but
also to traditionally decorate, trim
and spread holiday cheer through
out the hospital. Windows, halls,
entrances, lobbies and offices will
all be decked with new and excit
ing trimmings and ideas—while
patients’ trays will have favors
and holiday desserts, and the
nurses’ lapels will display gay cor
sages.
As far as the new hospital is
concerned, the Junior Board is
planning as it has in the past—
to buy new types of equipment
wherever the need arises and to
aid in the construction of the new
building, which may be rooms, or
perhaps, a lobby gift shop, both of
which have been discussed, and
which will call for thousands of
dollars.
The dance committee is headed
by Mrs. Ray Long of Cleveland
Heights—and she is assisted by
Mrs. J. L. Whitaker of Euclid,
Mrs. Eugene W. Peters of Euclid,
Mrs. Edward Brauer of Euclid,
Mrs. Jay W. Collins of Euclid, Mrs.
Ronald C. Davies of South Euclid,
Mrs. William E. Forsythe of Cleve
land Heights, Mrs. Hudson D.
Fowler II of Euclid, Mrs. T. S.
Gerspacher of Collinwood, Mrs.
Joseph A. Crowley of Euclid, Mrs.
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Missionary Sunday is to be ob
served Sunday, November 27th in
The Church of the Cross, Cale
donia at Winsford rd,, with Dr.
Earl R. Henderson using as his
sermon subject—“The World Is
My Parish.”
Dr. Henderson speaks to the
Camp Fire Girls Sunday after
noon at 3 p. m. in the Church.
The last of the College of Life
series, which have been held dur
ing November, will be Wednesday,
November 30th. Dinner in the
Guidon Hall at 6:30 moving pic
tures to follow—“Ohio and Its
Mineral Resources” and “Ohio
Wild Life.”
The W.S.C.S. of Windermere
Methodist Church is busy making
plans for a Bazaar to be held Fri
day, December 2nd, in Stroup Hall.
A Tea Room will be open at 2
p. m. through the afternoon for
the benefit of those who wish to
be refreshed and relaxed.
A Cafeteria Supper will be
served from 5 to 7 p. m.
There will be a bake sale of
cakes, cookies, rolls and other
good foods, all homemade.
Each Circle will have a booth.
So if you are on the lookout for
soft baby dolls for the smallest
member or favorite friend, you will
find gifts here to your liking.
There will be aprons, white ele
phants, jewelry, and just the gift
you are looking for, for the so
near Christmas list.
There will be a fish-pond as well
as games to keep the children
amused while Mom shops.
The public is cordially invited
to join with Windermere in this
Annual Event.
Sixth Avenue Presbyterian
church is holding its Thanksgiving
worship hour Wednesday evening
at 7:30 with the pastor, Rev.
Ernest J. Forrester, speaking.
In St. Paul’s Episcopal church,
15837 Euclid ave., the rector, Rev.
Frances B. Sayre announces a
Thanksgiving service Thanksgiving
morning at 10:00 o’clock.
The congregations of the Phil
lips ave. Presbyterian and the
First Friends church arc uniting for
their service of praise in the for
mer church, 1178 East 125th st.
Rev. Amos Henry of the Friends
church will be the preacher.
Regular masses will be observed
at Christ the King and St. Philo
mena’s catholic churches. Christ
the King church is on Terrace at
Noble rd. and St. Philomena's
church is 13824 Eucli dave.
Uniting in the service sponsored
by the East Cleveland Ministerial
Association are East Cleveland
Baptist, East Cleveland Congrega
tional, Church of the Cross, Calvary
Lutheran, Church of the Holy ity,
First Presbyterian and Trinity
Brethren churches.
The next meeting of the United
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Thursday, December 1,
Luncheon will be served at 1
o’clock. Please phone your reset
vation to Mrs. James Town, KE
4497, not later than Tuesday, No
vember 29. Hostesses for th
luncheon will be Mrs. E. Walter
Mrs. N. Carmichael, Mrs. M. Bo
montti and Mrs. Brookhart. Afte:
the luncheon, Mrs. John C. Davis
wife of the Rector of St. Andrew’s
Episcopal Church, will give us I
report of the San Francisco Con
vention.
St. Martha’s Guild of St. PauPi
Episcopal Church, is sponsoring a
card party to be held at the church
on Saturday, December 3, at 7:3€
p. m.
There will be refreshments, a
bake sale and gift bar. Tickets
are available at 75 cents per per
son from any of the members of
St. Martha's Guild.
A bazaar and dinner will be
held Friday, December 2 from 2
to 9 p. m. at the Sixth United
Presbyterian Church. Dinner will
be served by ladies of the church
from 5:30 p. m. to 7 p. m. Reserva
tier.s for the dinner must be in by
Monday, November 28. Telephone
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