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MATTRESSES
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The Stickler Circle from The
East Cleveland Baptist Church are
meeting today, February 24th at
the home of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. E.
Towner, 1894 Rosemont rd. Mrs.
Verbale Hiscott will lead the De
votions.
Rev. Wm. E. Towner, Minister of
The East Cleveland Baptist Church,
started his Pastor’s Instruction
Class on Sunday, February 20th.
This class will continue for six
weeks, and is for all interested in
Church membership.
At the Woman’s Society meet
ing on Wednesday, March 2nd. At
11:30, the movie "Empty Shoes”
will be shown, to be followed by
lunch. Program for the meeting
in th eafternoon will be led by
Mrs. J. R. Cunningham on "The
Fighter Without a Sword”. Mrs.
Richard Tilton will give the De
votions. Also on the program are
the Mother singers from Chambers
School.
Theodore Benko of the Illumin
ating Company will present the
program "Father Does the Home
work” at the guild monthly meet
ing on Thursday, February 24th,
at 8:00 p. m. in the Social Hall.
Each member is asked to bring a
guest for the evening.
Tonight at the Church of the
Cross the Guideon Class is having
a program at 8:15 o’clock ’by the
Shaw Rhythem Teens. Hosts and
hostesses will be Virginia and
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wasted effort and needless ex
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
She Designs A Women s Car
James Hendricks, Caroline and Bill
Bonfield, Virginia and Ray Haze
lett, Rosetta and Mike Markell,
Elizabeth and Ralph Parry, Edythe
and Ty Norman.
East Cleveland Baptist women
will be well represented on the
New York tour sponsored by the
Cleveland Council of Church Wo
men. In the party will be their
president, Mrs. Stuart McLean,
Mrs. Wm. Seitz. Mrs. Eugene Au
ment and Mrs. George Reynolds.
The Woman’s Association of
Windermere Presbyterian Church
is meeting Tuesday, March 1st at
the church. Hospital sewing occu
pies the morning hours. At noon
lunch will be served by Mrs. Geo.
Izant and Mrs. Carl A. Berg. Mrs.
E. S. Claflin will lead the devo
tionals. A business session con
cludes the meeting.
Sports
SHARKS EDGE FOXES IN
DOUBLE OVERTIME BATTLE
The Magnus Sharks came from
behind to tie the score 10-10 after
the regulation period. The score
was tied 2-2 after the first period
although the Diamond Foxes led
6-3 after the half and 8-5 after
three quarts of play. The Sharks
scored 5 pts. while limiting the
Foxes to 2 pts. to tie the score
in the fourth period of play.
In the first overtime period both
teams scored 3 pts. to make a
double overtime situation. In the
second overtime a team must win
by two pts. or be ahead by one
pt. at the close of the period. Tom
Gibson was fouled and scored one
of his two foul shots. With about
one minute of the peroid remaining
Gibson was fouled again and scor
ed his first shot to win the game
15-13. It was the most exciting
contest of the year. Bob Barbey
scored 6 pts. for the Sharks. John
Feagler tallied 4 pts. for the
Foxes.
The Wheeler Hawks upset the
Eckert Cubs 19-10 for the Cubs
first loss of the season. The Cubs
without the services of Tom Wach
ter were behind at the close of
each quarter 6-0, 12-3, and 16-5
Dick Barbey scored 8 pts. for the
Hawks. Mark Griffiths had 6 pts
for the Cubs.
The Monreal Bears easily de
feated the Tomsic Tigers 32-7 to
tie the Magnus Sharks in the se
cond round of play. Ernest Strodt
beck and Bil By th way scored 13
and 10 pts. respectively for the
Bears. Bob Heckman tallied 4 pts.
for the Tigers.
EAST CLEVELAND BAPTISTS
TIE FQR LEAD
East Cleveland Baptist defeated
Windermere Methodist 45-39 to tie
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were fortunate in meeting an out
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charming and attractive woman.
Her name, Miss Lucille Pieti, of
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Miss Pieti, whose assignment at
the auto exhibition was to describe
the Dodge La Femme model, is a
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ave.
Chruch of The Cross in the Church
"B” Basketball League. Both
teams have a 3-1 win and loss
record.
Windermere led East Cleveland
Baptist 12-11 after one quarter of
play although the Baptist pulled
ahead 23-17 by halftime. The Bap
tist also led 30-26 after three
quarters of play. Kozak led the
East Cleveland Baptist five with 21
pts. Carpenter scored 20 pts. for
Windermere Methodist.
First Presbyterian won over
Forest Hills Presbyterian 31-21
Friday evening at Windermere
Gym. First Presbyterian led all
the way with quarter scores of
9-5, 13-7, and 19-12. Poetris tallied
24 pts. for First Presbyterian.
Henschel scored 9 pts. for Forest
Hills Presbyterian.
Standings
W. L.
Church of the Cros 3 1
East Cleveland Baptist 3 1
First Presbyterian 2 2
Windermere Methodist 2 2
Forest Hills Presbyterian .0 4
East Clevelanders
On Welfare Session
Two East Cleveland residents
will take prominent parts in a big
community conference on health
and welfare to be sponsored March
1 by the Welfare Federation of
Cleveland.
Dr. Edward O. Harper, associate
professor of psychiatry at Western
Reserve University School of Medi
cine, will be the chief speaker at a
section meeting on “Danger Signs
for Personal and Family Happi
ness.” He will illustrate why it is
wise, not a sign of weakness, to
call upon professional help with
family problems. Dr. Harper lives
at 16185 Cleviden rd.
East Cleveland Municipal Judge
Stanton Addams will speak at a
section on Slums. He lives at
13800 Superior ave.
New Band Records
For YW-YM Canteen
The Y House is decking itself
out to feature a new kind of can
teen Friday, February 25th. It is
called the "Y Top Ten” and intro
duces teen-agers in the East Cleve
land School district to the ten
band new latest records the can
teen is purchasing. The talented
shopping committee consists of
Sandra Cianci, Marilyn Lombardo
and Dan Yappel. Are their choices
your choices? Come and find out!
All junior high grades are wel
come. There will be dancing, ping
pong, pool and fun for all.
Take 30 Doors
Thirty natural finish birch doors
are reporetd missing from a house
being erected at .15819 Forest Hills
rd. The theft was reported by the
contractor, Theodore Swanson.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs, ^ohn T.
Ryan, 14206 Orinoco, a girl, Denise
Lynn, February 5, 1955.
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Deaths
Roger B. Jackson
A heart attack suffered Tues
day morning, February 22nd
proved fatal to Roger B. Jackson,
for 80 years a resident of East
Cleveland. He died at his home,
14702 Orinoco ave. Friends may
call this evening at 16049 Euclid
ave. Masonic services will bo held
here this evening. Ministerial
services will be held in Buffalo,
N. Y., on February 26th with burial
in Unoin Cemetery there.
Mr. Jackson was born in Win
chester, Ky., and for the past 80
years had been employed as a
Mechanic for the Cleveland Transit
System, first at Windermere and
more recently at the Reed station.
He was a member of the Masons
and the Eagles and served with
the infantry in World War I.
He is survived by his wife,
Alice a daughter, Mrs. Ralph
Thoren of the Orinoco address
two sons, Robert of Garfield
Heights and Warner of Mentor
five sisters, two brothers, and six
grandchildren.
Paul B. Zirke
A past president of the East
Cleveland Lions Club, Paul R.
Zirke, a painting contractor, died
February 16th in Mt. Sinai Hospi
tal. Services were held Saturday.
Services were also held by the
Maccabees of which fraternal
group he had been a member for
40 years.
Mr. Zirke had been a member of
th eLoeal No. 867, Painters and
Decorators Union. The family
home is at 14611 Elm ave.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Sophie Umbach Zirke, a daughter,
Mrs. Ruth Hine a son, Paul R.,
jr. two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Roeh
rig and Mrs. Alice Seiter two
brothers, Herman and Wilbur, and
one grandchild.
Charles G. Zanzinger
Funeral services are being held
at 1:30 today at the Edwards Fu
neral Home, 13145 Euclid ave., for
Charles G. Zanziner who died at
his home, 14224 Savannah ave.
Burial will be in Knollwood Ceme
tery.
He was the husband of Mary
Louise father of Florence Wer
tenberger of Miami, Fla., Grace
Langebrake and Charles Russell
stepfather of Harriet and Philip,
grandfather, great-grandfather.
Ray S. Fox
Services for Ray S. Fox, late of
13402 Graham rd., who died sud
denly February 21st, will be held
Thursday, February 24th by Rev.
Weldon Fulmer of Trinity United
Brethren Church.
Mr. Fox. a jeweler, is survived
by his widow, Augusta M. two
daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Burns
and Mrs. Jean Burns of Portland,
Ore., and a son, Don R. Fox of
Plainview, Tex. two sisters, Grace
and Helen Fox, and grandchildren.
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GREER, George we wish to express
our heartfelt thanks to our neigh
bors, friends and employees of the
Addressograph-Multigraph Corpora
tion for their many kindnesses and
expressions of sympathy in our time
of trouble and sorrow and to the
Euclid Police Department for their
prompt and considerate response to
our emergency call we shall be for
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Mrs. George Greer and family
In Memoriam
LUCIA Aucin, February 25th,
1952. In loving memory.
Anton Aucin and family
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
Robert H. Secrist, Pastor
Sunday Services:
9:30: Sunday School
10:45: Morning Worship
WEDNESDAY
Lenten Vespers 8:00 P. M.
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Scheel
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Sermon Subject:
LENTEN SERIES
No. 1—"Life's Hungry Man”
Rev. J. Franklin Me Hendry
Hope Lstherae ChNrch
2222 TAYLOR ROAD
Rev. O. G. Grotefend, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
Two Worship Services
1:30 and ll»00 A. M-
Lenten Services, Wednesday P. M.
St Paul's Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCUD AVE.
East Cleveland, Ohio
8:00 A. BL Holy Communkm.
9:30 A.M. —Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 AM—Morning Prayer, Church
School and Sermon.
WED- MARCH 2nd. 9:30 P. BL
Family Night Dinner and Discussion
Speaker: Bishop Burroughs
Rev, Laurence H. Hall, Rector
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.
THURSDAY
Lenten Services 7:45 P. BL
Nursery and Child Care
During Services
We Invite Yon To Come!
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M.
4 Church School—11:00 A.M.
Lenten Series—The Lord's Prayer—No. 1—"Our Father"
Week Day Nursery School—9:00 to 11:30 A.M.
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
CLEVELAND, OHIO ALL ARE WELCOME
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Sunday Service, 11:00 A. M. Sunday School, 11:00 A. BL
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting, 8:00 P. M.
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