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A Reminder—Christmas pro
grams early, please. Whether
it be the regular worship serv
ice, the Church School program,
or a church group Christmas
meeting. Sent it to Elsa C. Berg,
15632 Euclid ave., by Monday,
if possible, but no later than
Tuesday at 5 for the following
East Cleveland Congregational
women will be the hostesses at the
Goodwill Industry meeting today,
a luncheon being followed with a
talk by Mrs. A. J. Sperry.
The Guidon class of the Church
of the Cross, Caledonia at Wins
ford rd., has chosen December 15th
as its Christmas party date. Pro
gram, music and refreshments will
be along the Christmas note.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
A Christmas luncheon with all
Circles of the church combined,
will be held Wednesday, Decem
ber 14 under auspicies of the "Wo
men’s Aid Society of Trinity
United Brethren churgh, Hayden
at Alder ave.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cummings,
1839 Windermere st, received the
Christomathcan class of Calvary
Lutheran Church Tuesday even
ing, Miss Lottie Miller being
chairman of the committee in
charge. A box was packed with
gifts for the children at the Oes
terlen Home. A talk was given
by Mrs. Margaret Long Trescott
and Mrs. Victor Barcker. con
tralto, sang Christmas songs. Re
freshments were served.
Friday, December 16, is the date
for the Wesleyan Homebuilders
Class of the Windermere Metho
dist Church annual Christmas din
ner and children’s party. The din
ner to be served promptly at 6:30
p. m., has been planned by the
food committee of which Mrs. Ken
neth Whiteman is chairman. Merle
Weible chairman of the social com
mittee announces that Mrs. Wm.
Reed in charge of the children’s
party has made arrangements
for Santa’s arrival. The class
president, Wilbur Lawrence, and
Mrs. Lawrence have been receiving
reservations for this gala affair.
The Men’s Club of the East
Cleveland Congregational Church,
Euclid and Page aves, has revived
its interest this fall and has re
organized with Roger Downes,
1-1016 Scioto ave. as president. The
December meeting on Wednesday,
December 21st, will start with a
dinner, and will have a program
of music followed by a talk. by a
representative of the local F.B.I.
on the various phases of the work
of his organization. This promises
to be a valuable, even an exciting
evening. Other new officers in
clude: Norman Haake, Vice Presi
dent Ray Collier, Secretary, and
George Taylor, Treasurer. Several
committees are already rolling.
The Seven-Thirty set of Winder
mere Presbyterian church will go
to Euclid Saturday for its Christ
mas party to which Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Striegel, 100 East 208th st.
are playing hosts.
Family parties among the con
gregations are popular excuses for
happy get-to-gethers and at Wind
ermere Presbyterian such an event
is scheduled for Wednesday, the
21st. The notice reads “From babes
on up” so everyone will be there.
Circle Ten of Windermere Metho
dist church is meeting Monday. De
cember 19th with Mrs. Wenner
Funk, 877 Selwyn rd., Cleveland
Deaconesses of the East Cleve
land Congregational church are
holding a luncheon meeting Friday
in the home of Mrs. Horace Woo
ster, 1830 Hastings ave.
Cub Pack 13 will hold its Christ
mas party in Mayfield School Mon
day, December 19th at 7 o’clock.
Usual business will be secondary
since this is a Christmas night with
gifts to the cubs from the pack,
singing and a general good time.
Den 10 will give a puppet show
they have prepared themselves,
showing the novice
at his first
be on hand,
The parents are
every Cub plans to
Refreshments will be
Monday thru Saturday
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Kiwanis Plans A
Family Yule Party
Children of the Kiwanis family
of the East Cleveland club are
looking forward eagerly to the
party which the club is putting
next Tuesday night in the East
Cleveland Congregational church.
Dinner will be served at 6:00
o’clock, followed with entertain
ment for the smaller children and
then with entertainment for the
adults and those with a “later bed
time,” there will be singing, Christ
mas decorations, gifts for the chil
dren and a happy family night for
This party replaces
given for the children.
Frank Stewart, Church
The Cleveland Press, will be the
guest speaker at next Monday
noon’s meeting of the club. Mr.
Stewart will make a report on the
recent world-wide church meeting
in Europe which he attended.
President-elect L. L. Myers is
meeting the 1950 officers, direct
ors and committee chairmen in a
planning session at Colonial Inn
Because of this Tuesday night
party, the usual Monday noon
meeting will be in the nature of
a “round table” session.
Four new names are being ad
ded to the roll call of the East
Cleveland Kiwanis Club. Intro
duced at this Monday’s meeting
were Robert Kennedy who operates
a haberdashery shop on Noble rd.
William K. Knapp, optometrist
Charles Valore, a druggist and
Dr. Eugene Webber.
Dr. Claude Beck, world famed
heart surgeon, discussed heart
surgery in terms which could be
understood by his laymen audience,
and an interesting question and
answer period added to the in
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