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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, September 30, 1954, Image 3

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WHITIi CHIMES BAR
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1st
CHUCK SMITH and His Orchestra
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2nd
Vincent Lenarcic and His Orchestra
Dancing From 10 P. M. to 2 A. M.
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Marking World Wide Com
munion Day, Rev. Roscoe J. Varble
will preach at the 10:45 a. m. wor
ship service next Sunday at Phil
lips Avenue Presbyterian Church,
East 125th st. at Phillips i ave. on
“The Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
The choir will sing “Holy Lord
God” by Cain and “Bread of the
World” by Franz. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew W. Barclay will serve as
host and hostess.
The Westminster Fellowship for
high school age people of the Phil
lips Avenue Presbyterian Church
will start its fall series of meet
ings next Sunday at 6 p. m. with
a biography hour.
A series of six lectures on “The
Gospel Books” will be held at First
Presbyterian Church. Euclid at
Nela Park, beginning Wednesday,
November 3rd. The lectures will be
given by Dr. Thomas Kepler of
Oberlin College. There will be no
lecture Thanksgiving Eye.
Thursday, September 30th at
1:30 will find two circles from the
Woman’s Society of The East
Start Thursday, 7:15 to 8:30
JUNIORS TEENAGERS ADULTS
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Stressing. Good Posture and Ballroom Etiquette
CLASSES AND PRIVATE LESSONS
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EXPERT INSTRUCTION
Viola Gensler's spacious and very attractive
studio in the Heights Rockefeller Building at
Lee and Mayfield Rds. (Easily accessible by bus
or auto from any part of Euclid, East Cleveland
or Northeast Cleveland. Ample parking area).
Call FAirmount 1-1322.
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Cleveland Baptist Church, meeting.
Mrs. Chas. Sprinkle is entertaining
her circle at her home, 1460 East
134th st., and Mrs. Eugene Heston
is having hers at her home, 3849
Summit Park rd
Friday evening, October 1st, The
Philathea C’—s will meet at the
church at 7.__! to go together to
Dunham Tavern. They will return
to the home of Mrs. P. T. Isley,
1848 Chapman for their meeting.
Assistant hostesses are Mrs. L.
Thompson, Mrs. J. Peck, Miss Doro
thy Jacobs and Miss Olive Asselin.
Mrs. Stuart McLean will give the
devotions.
Woman’s Society Meeting for
October will be held^at 10:00 on
October 6th, starting with sewing
and quilting. At 11:30 is the Spe
cial Interest Hour, which will be
Christmas Decorations that can be
made early. Mrs. Wm. Towner and
Mrs. Colin Campbell will give
glimpses of Green Lake, followed
by Mrs. Fred Engel, speaker of
the day, giving a woman’s view of
the United Nations. The Woman’s
Society are again collecting cloth
ing for Mather School in North
Carolina, and also warmer cloth
ing for Church World Service.
The Women’s Bible Class of
Windermere Presbyterian Church
opens its Fall season with an
Anniversary -Reunion turkey din
ner on Thursday, October 7th, at
6:30 p. m., for its past, present and
future membership. Mrs. James
McKechnie is in charge of the pro
gram, assisted by Mrs. W. E.
Stein and Mrs. W. H. Zimmerman.
The Ladies Guild of St. Philo
mena’s Church, together with the
Brownies and Girl Scouts will re
ceive Holy Communion at 9 o’clock
Mass on Sunday, October 3rd.
In the evening, there will be a
Marian Year Holy Hour from 7
to 8 p. m. Benediction will be fol
lowed by the veneration of the
relic of St. Therese whose feast
day it will be. There will also be
individual blessing to all attending
the services.
The relic, retained in a gold
reliquary, will be enshrined on the
side altar dedicated to St. Therese
from Saturday evening Holy Hour
until after the Sunday evening
services.
An invitation is extended to all
neighboring parishes who might
like to attend the services or make
visits to the church during the
day.
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Patricia Maxine Beack, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Black
of Dayton, Ohio, became the bride
of Eugene Reeser, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Reeser, 14316 North
field ave. on Saturday, September
4th in a ceremony at the U. S.
Naval Receiving Station Chapel in
Washington, D. C.
The groom is a Shaw High
School graduate and both bride and
groom attended Ohio State Uni
versity.
The couple will reside at 1135
W. st., S. E., Washington, D. C.,
while the groom attends the U. S,
Navy School of Music in Wash
ington, D. C.
Andes-Perry
impressive double ring
in the Lyndhurst Com-
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ceremony
munity Church Saturday evening,
September 26th, Miss Harriet Jean
Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Perry of 840 Medford rd.,
became the bride of Billy B. Andes,
son of Mr. And Mrs. O. V. Andes
of 1345 ShaWview ave., East Cleve
land. The Rev. Walter Reed offi
ciated.
The bride was lovely in a gown
of Chantilly lace and tulle over
satin. The fitted bodice of lace
had an oval neckline and long
sleeves, while full, floor length
skirt of lace had panels of pleated
tulle, over satin. She carried
white roses showered with step
hanotis. A crown of pearls held
her finger tip veil.
Attending the bride were her
two sisters, Mrs. James Bird as
matron of honor «pd .Misa Phyllis
Perry as bridesmaid. Their gowns
were embroidered net made in bal
lerina style, Mrs. Bird in yellow
and carrying talisman roses, and
.The Church School at Trinity
Evangelical United Brethren
Church is conducting a “Beat Your
Record” campaign among the
classes during October. Each class
will try to beat their percentage
record of attendance for their own
group during the next five weeks.
A Church Night Supper is sched
uled for November 14th, when the
winner will be recognized.
Trinity Evangelical United
Brethren Church will join with
other Protestants around the world
who will observe next Sunday, Oc
tober 3rd as World-Wide Com
munion Day.
Commemorating the Last Sup
per at the 10:30 Worship Hour,
Rev. Fulmer will bring a medita
tion on the theme: “The Meritori
ous Minority.”
A nursery for pre-school chil
dren is directed by members of the
Fidele Class during this period.
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Miss Perry in acqua, carrying
yellow roses.
Mr. Richard Lowe was Mr.
Andes’ best man. The ushers were
the bride’s brother, Thomas J.
Perry and the groom’s brother,
Jerry Andes.
The reception was held in the
church parlors immediately fol
olwing the ceremony and later the
newlyweds left for a honeymoon
in New England. They will reside
at 1743 Hayden ave.
The bride is a graduate of Cleve
land Heights High School and at
tended Fenn College.
The groom is a Shaw High School
graduate.
Ballonoff-Soble
Frederick B. Soble’s engage
ment to Miss Judith Ballonoff is
announced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Irv Ballonoff, 2258 Deming
ton dr., Cleveland Heights. Fred
erich is the son of the Milton
Sobles, 1067 Carlyon rd. He at
tended Kent State University.
Miss Ballonoff has transferred
from the University of California
Western Reserve University.
to
Hefner-Hollingsworth
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of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hefner
Lima, Ghio, announce the engage
ment of their daughter Barbara
Jay Alan Hollingsworth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hollings
worth, 14616 Elm ave., East Cleve
land. Miss Hefner, a member of
Alpha XI Delta, is entering her
senior year at Bowling Green Uni
versity.
Mr. Hollingsworth is an alumnus
of Shaw High and Kent State, and
is now in his second year at West
ern Reserve School of Law. The
wedding will take place this com
ing spring in Lima.
Schwartz-Stromberg
Announcement is made by Mr.
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PAUL'S RESTAURANT
and Mrs. Sam Schwartz, 12505
Phillips ave. of the engagement of
their r*-----vter, Bonnie, to Sheldon
J. Str__—_.g, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred L. Stromberg, 3666 Silsby
rd., University Heights. Miss
Schwartz attended Kent State Uni
versity and is enrolled at
Cleveland Institute of Art.
fiance attends Kent.
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YMCA boys swimming
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has been cancelled until further
notice due to repairs to Shaw
pool. Pool to reopen in about
two weeks.
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CHURCH
13100 Euclid al Lockwood
Church Service. 10:45 A.M.
Robert H. SecrisL Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 AM
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M.
Sermon "THAT ALL MAY BE ONE"
Nursery School Starting Monday. October 4th, 9:00 A. M.
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
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Sunday Service 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M.
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting 8 P.M.
Free parking available at Euclid 105th St. Market Parking Lot
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Worship Service: 10:45 AM.
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