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Thursday, Feburary 17, 1955
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lock
wood
Robert H. Secrist, Pastor
Sunday- Services:
9:30: Sunday School
10:45: Morning Worship
YOU ARE WELCOME
St Paul's Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVE.
East Cleveland, Ohio
8:00 A. M. Holy Communion.
9:30 A.M. Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer, Church
School and Sermon.
Rev. Liurtnct H. Hall, Rector
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1896
Your Family
Church
In th* Heart of
East Cleveland
0:30—Church
School
Nursery Cara
During Church
11:00—Morning
Worship
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Sermon Subject:
"Bewitched, Bothered and
Bewildered'*
Rev. J. Franklin McHendry
St James Lutheran
Church
(United Lutheran Church in America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBERT BARKLEY, Pastor
Church School: 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service: 10:45 A.M.
ASH WEDNESDAY
Lenten Vespers 7:45 P. M.
Nursery and Child Care
During Services
We Invite Yost To Come!
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CLEVELAND, OHIO AU ARE WELCOME
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Subject
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Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting, 8:00 P. M.
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Tuesday 9 A. M. to P. M. Wednesday 9 A. M. to 12 Noon
Wedding^ GtyafetMhU
Mears-Thompson
In the Church of the Covenant
on Saturday, January 29th at two
thirty o’clock, the minister Dr.
Harry B. Taylor united in mar
riage Doris Thompson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson,
1095 Thornhill dr., Cleveland, and
Robert Mears, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Mears, 1265 East
145th st., Cleveland. Attending the
bride were her sister, Mrs. Lois
Ippolito as matron of honor the
groom’s sister, Judy Mears, and
Jean Brock as bridesmaid. .Charles
Hard served the groom as best
man. The guests were seated by
Robert Danielson and Robert
Messner.
For her marriage the bride had
chosen a white gown having a
lace bodice with long, tapering
sleeves and a portrait neckline.
The full nylon skirt fell into a
chapel train. Her fingertip veil of
illusion was attached to a Juliet
cap of matching lace. She carried
a cascade bouquet of white roses
with stephanotis and ivy.
Her attendants were gowned in
aqua crystallette ballerina dresses.
They wore white fur headpieces
and carried white fur muffs to
which were attached miniature
bouquets, pink rosebuds for the
maid of honor and red roses for
the bridesmaids.
Mrs. Thompson, mother of the
bride had an aqua irridescent chif
fon cocktail dress with Mrs. Mears,
mother of the groom wore a brown
cocktail dress with pink accessor
ies. Both had a white orchid cor
sage.
The reception followed in the
church parlors and the couple
East Cleveland Leadei
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Established 1942
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers of
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and
The SCOOP
General Offices and Plant
814 East 152nd Street
GLenville 1-4383
C. E. BOWMAN Editor
ELSA C. BERG______ Associate Editor
R. L. FOULKE ----------Business Mgr.
ROBT. W. MURPHY_______ Asst. Mgr
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M.
Church School—11:00 A.M.
SERMON "SERVANTS and STEWARDS"
Clean
Long Lasting
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Hundred Pounds At
Our Yard
\IIW IS THE TIME
Brighten up the Attic and Basement. We
have the Proper Materials (inexpensive,
too) for Walls and Ceiling Don't let
This Valuable Space Go To Waste
Bring in Your Plans and Ideas We
will gladly help.
THE EAST CLEVELAND LUMBER COMPANY
Monday Thru Friday, 8 A. M. to 4:30 P. Saturday 12 Noon
1702 Shaw Avenue
Ono Block North at Euclid Avome
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honeymooned in New York City.
Mr. Mears attends Western Re
serve University where he is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta.
Guests were present from Caro,
Mich. Brockport, N. Y. and Can
ton, Ohio.
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Behrendt-Hartland
In a quiet wedding ceremony on
February 12th, Nancy Jean Hart
land became the bride of William
Robert Behrendt, only the families
witnessing the ceremony. A family
dinner followed at Owens Planta
tion.
The bride wore a cocktail length
white silk shantung frock having
a portrait neckline. Her veil was
fingertip length and her bouquet
of white carnations was centered
with a white orchid. She was at
tended by Carole Jablonski as
maid of honor, wearing a peacock
blue crystaline cocktail dress. Her
bouquet was of pink carnations.
The best man was Richard Gassie.
The couple flew to New York
City for their honeymoon and upon
their return they will reside at 25
Brinkfield ave., Cleveland.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Warl Hartland, 14608
Elm ave. She is a 1953 Shaw
Graduate.
Floyd-Peranek
On February 5th, Lois Ann
Beranek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Beranek, 1316 Shawview
ave. and George Daniel Lloyd were
married at Trinity Evangelical
United Brethren Church of East
Cleveland. The candlelight cere
mony was performed by the Rev.
Weldon Fulmer.
The maid of honor was Miss Vir
ginia Hill of Middletown, Ohio, and
the bridemaid was Miss Ann Marie
Dort of Cleveland. The bride wore
a blush lace over satin princess
gown with a brief bolero jacket,
having long sleeves. Her fingertip
blush veil was attached to a se
quin juliet cap and she carried a
trailing bouquet of pink camelias.
The attendants wore rose satin
princess gowns with matching hats
and carried red carnations.
Mr. Lloyd had as his best man,
Dr. James Berry of Akron and the
ushers were Mr. Anthony R. Ber
anek and Mr. Ronald Keim of
Urbana, Ohio. Their was a recep
tion in the church parlors imme
diately after the ceremony.
Stayman-Weinkamer
White, with red was the color
scheme chosen by Jean Harriet
Weinkamer for her marriage to
George Davis Stayman of Ashta
bula, Saturday evening, February
12th in Windermere Methodist
Church. Jean is the daughter of
the Clarence E. Weinkamers, 1437
East 135th st. Officiating was her
pastor, Dr. M. Wayne McQueen.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a short-sleeved
princess style gown in floor length
with a sweep train. It was fash
ioned of white organza with im
ported Venetian lace trim. Narrow
inserts of the lace extended from
Mayfield Garden Center
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the neckline to the hemline. The
bodice was trimmed with seed
pearls and iridescents. A match
ing headpiece in a half-hat of
Venetian lace with seed pearl and
iridescent trim held her fingertip
length illusion veil. She carried
a bouquet of white orchids, show
ered with stephanotis.
Contrasting with the bridal gown
were the red antique shantung
gowns worn by her attendants.
They were also in princess mode
with full shirts in cocktail length.
Their headpiece were of white
feathers and they carried heart
shaped bouquets of white carna
tions. Attending the bride were
Mrs. Robert E. Mason (the former
Mary Hoge) of Chicago, Ill. as
matron of honor and Miss Kather
ine Hulbert, a cousin of the bride
Miss Susan Schwimmer and Miss
Carolyn Smith, cousins of the
groom, as bridesmaids. The bride’s
cousin, Dianne Weinkamer as jun
ior bridesmaid wore a white frock
and carried red carnations, in a
heart-shaped arrangement.
The groom had his brother
Richard as best man. Seating the
guests were Peter C. Aydelott of
Waverly, Pa. James G. Laird jr.,
of Ashtabula, and fraternity
brothers Richard H. Brandt of
Lakewood and Paul Hostetter of
Cincinnati.
A reception was held at Owen’s
Plantation.
The couple spent their honey
moon in New York City.
Mrs. Stayman is a graduate of
Ohio State University and is at
tending the graduate school of
Western Reserve University. She
is a member of Delta Gamma. Mr.
Stayman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert G. Stayman, 1119 Chestnut
dr., Ashtabula, is a graduate of
Ohio State University and a mem
ber of Phi Delta Theta. He is cur
rently with the Owen Glass Co.'of
Toledo as a sales trainee. Holding
a commission in the United States
,Air Force, he will enter that
service April 1st.
Smeltzer-Boos
Mr. and .Mrs. John G. Smeltzer,
1852 Charles rd., East Cleveland,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jean, to Mr. Walter O.
Boos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Boos, 3783 Wallingford rd., South
Euclid. The couple will exchange
vows on June 25th.
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heart and the 90,000 Greater Cleve
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when the Heart Fund Volunteer
calls on Heart Sunday, Febru
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Church Plans Hour
For Young Adults
A group sometimes forgotten
and neglected in the life of the
community is the young adults.
The Windermere Methodist Church
is fortunate in having the num
bers, the enthusiasm and the lead
ership for a very interesting young
adult organization.
This group had its initiation on
Sunday morning, February 5th,
with William Cumler, executive
secretary of the East Cleveland
YMCA, as counselor. Mr. Cumler’s
wide background of experience and
leadership with youth groups is
well-known in and around East
Cleveland.
The basic aim of the Young
Adult Fellowship is to meet the
needs of the young adult on a
Christian basis. A combination of
fun, fellowship and study is the
goal set up by the group which
is divided into two functional
bodies, a morning study class
meeting at 9:30 in the Wesleyan
Room, and an evening session at
7:30 in Stroup Hall.
General Chairmen are Mr. and
Mrs. James Porz with James Gray
as co-chairman of the morning
class and Russell McCoy repre
senting the evening session. Any
one interested in young adult ac
tivity, either married or single
status, may contact the church of
fice or Mr. Cumler at the East
Cleveland YMCA for further in
formation.
The Fellowship will join the
Wesleyan Class in their square
dance Friday night of htis week.
Kiefer Heads Club
Clarence Kiefer recently was
elected president of the Lincoln
Electric Square Club at the or
ganization’s annual meeting. A
former member of the East Cleve
land Police, Kiefer succeeds retir
ing Robert Weinman.
Other officers chosen are Ellis
Smolik, Sec. Treas., and Chet
Johnson, Chairman Welfare Com
mittee.
They succeed John Farran a^d
George King, respectively.
Tuesedays and Thursdays Only
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Class “F Play
Close games featured Class
play Saturday at Shaw High
School. The Magnus Sharks got
off to a good start by edging the
Wheeler Hawks 22-15. The Hawks
led 4-2 after the first quarter. The
Sharks pulled ahead 10-8 by half
time. The Sharks increased their
lead to 18-13 by the end of three
quarters. Bob Barbey scored 10
points for the winners. Dick Bar
bey tallied 6 points for the Hawks.
The Cubs proved once more that
they are a second half ball club
by scoring 14 points in the second
half to edge the Tomsic Tigers
15-12. The Tigers led 4-1 after
the first half. Mark Griffiths led
the Cubs attack with 6 points.
Bob Heckman tallied 4 points for
the Tigers.
The Monreal Bears led all the
way to edge the Diamond Foxes
13-10. Bill Bythway scored 5
points for the Bears. John Feag
ler had 5 points for the Foxes.
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