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Putting finishing touches on the
original play to be presented at
Mayfair PTA meeting Wednesday,
January 12th are Mrs. George
Blakely, Mrs. Milfred Myles and
Mrs. Arthur Madson, Mayfair PTA
Because of the many questions
which so often arise concerning
the how and why of PT A, Mrs.
Steve Bogas, 1614 Elsinore ave.
has written an original play in
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
she feels many of these
questions will be answered.
Elections and disposal of PTA
funds will be among the many
things discussed in the play which
will be presented January 12th at
the regular meeting of Mayfair
Participating will be Mrs. How
ard McCamey, Mrs. Geo. Blakely,
Mrs. Milfred Myles and Mrs. Harry
If you have any questions con
cerning the operation of PTA
they urge you attend. There will
be child care and refreshments.
The Prospect PTA Annual Pot
Luck Luncheon will occur on
Wednesday, January 12th at 10
o’clock at the school building.
Each member is to bring her
orite dish, accompanied by
recipe. Everyone will have a
“taste treat” sampling the
licious salads, desserts, and casser
oles. The luncheon will be followed
by a talk given by Miss Mary
Quinn of the Ohio Bell Telephone
Co. She will discuss “Ohio Women
FIRST AID CLASSES
AT CHAMBERS SCHOOL
Like to start the New
learning a new skill, or “polish
ing up” an old one?
A beginners’ class in Red Cross
First Aid is being started at
Chambers School on Tuesday eve
ning, January 11th, from 7:00 p. m.
to 9:00 p. m. The class will be
held for nine consecutive weeks,
with the small cost of 900 for
Everyone interested is most wel
come, wives—bring your husbands!
may call Mrs.
at PO. 1-7091
at LI. 1-9216.
or Mrs. Raymond
CLASSES FOR CHILDREN
AT ART MUSEUM
Parents, do you know what edu
cational opportunities the Cleve
land Museum of Art has to offer
your children? Rozelle Elementary
School PTA is giving you the op
portunity to gain this information.
They urge you to attend the regu
lar PTA meeting on Tuesday,
January 11th, at 1:30 in the school
auditorium. Mrs. Dorothy Van
Loozen, a speaker from the Cleve
land Art Museum, will discuss the
Saturday art classes for children.
She will show slides on the chil
dren’s work and objects in the
Refreshments will be served by
the second grade mothers and a
baby sitter will care for the chil
dren from 4 to 6 years old.
WHY SCHOOL IS
Do you ever wonder why school
is different today from when we
went to school?
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Dr. L. L. Myers, Principal of
Kirk Junior High, is going to tell
all on Wednesday, January 12th,
at the Kirk PTA meeting. Dr.
Myers has been given the job of
answering the questions of par
ents on why “they didn’t teach
school the way “they did when I
was a girl (or boy).”
From the questions Dr. Myers
meets regularly, plus those sub
mitted by PTA. members in the
“Answer Box”, he will develope
the title of his currently important
topic, “How Kirk Is Trying to
Meet Your Children’s Present and
He will contrast educational
methods of Mom’s and Pop’s era
with what the children of today
in order to meet the
will be the question
period, when parents
will be allowed to present their
own views. Sheldon D. Clark, Kirk
PTA program chairman, will in
troduce Dr. Myers and moderate
the question and answer period.
At the first meeting in Novem
ber, teachers especially honored
were from the athletic, drama and
recreational department. Honored
teachers at the January meeting
will be members of the science and
social studies departments: Fairy
Baker, Social Agnes K. Curry,
Social Bernice O. Jump, Social
Jessie M. Laing, Social Mary
Richardson, Social Marita Bricker,
Science Regina Busy, Science
Edith Kenestrick, Science Isabel
Kline, Science William Lang, Sci
ence and Roger L. Northrup, Sci
ence and Math.
“You get on my nerves’*
This familiar comment is the sub
ject of the panel which parents,
teachers and pupils will offer as
the program for Father’s Night at
Superior Elementary School, Tues
day, January 11th at 8:00 p. m.
A special invitation is made to
the father of each Superior pupil
to attend this meeting.
CHAMBERS SIXTH GRADE
Mothers of Chambers Sixth
Grade pupils, both in 6B and 6A,
are cordially invited to attend a
meeting on Wednesday, January
12th in the Museum Room at 1:45
Dr. L. L. Myers, principal of
Kirk Junior High School will ac
quaint parents with the Junior
High School program, and answer
questions concerning the child in
Junior High School.
Interesting, pertinent questions
and answer should be forthcoming
in such a session. Do plan to come!
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