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We Give
the blessings of home and fam y.
We say a prayer °f 5wtilude
this Thanksgiving DaY- A‘
.brate with the traditional feast,
_ateful too, for many other
are grateful. dlotthe
American traditions..
privilege of all to work, plan an
for a bountiful future.
East Cleveland Leadei
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Established 1942
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers or
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and
The SCOOP
General Offices and Plant
814 East 152nd Street
GLenville 1-4383
C. E. BOWMAN _____ _______Editor
ELSA C. BERG AmwI.u Editor
R. L. FOULKE ------------Business Mgr.
ROBT. W MURPHY Asst. Mgr
Kirk Basketball
Schedule Opens
Thursday, The 1st
Kirk Junior High School’s bask
etball team will get into action
Thursday, December 1st when
they go to Wiley Junior High.
The tradition of a one night
football game with St. Joseph’s of
Euclid is carried over into the
basketball season and the schools
two teams will play this one night
game at Shaw Gymnasium on
January 26th.
December 9th—Collinwood—here.
December 13th—Monticello—here.
December 15th—At Roosevelt.
January
January
January
January
here.
January
January
6th—At Lakewood
10th—Memorial—here.
13th—Lakewood—here.
17th—Patrick Henry—
19th—At Shore Euclid.
26th—St. Joe at Shaw
Gym.
31st—Roxboro—here.
January
February 9th—Shore—here.
February 17th—At Collinwood.
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Irish Jig First
in Talent Show
To the audience that packed Kirk
Auditorium, Friday, November
18th, for the Sixth Anr-“1 Talent
Show sponsored by Kiwa- of East
Cleveland, proved a most delightful
event. The 22 stellar acts offered a
challenge to the judges, visiting Ki
wanians, who presented the prize
winning trophies to:
First—Kay Donaldson, Barbara
Brown, and Sheila Mac Morran in
an Irish Jig to the accompaniment
of bagpiper Tommy Desborough.
Second—Linda Parker, pianist.
Third—Doris Eicher, tap, One
o’clock Jump.
The Rev. Franklyn McHendry,
master of ceremonies kept the show
moving at a gay and fast pace as
act after act, in great variety in
troduced a surprising array of
talent.
While the judges pondered their
problem, a cast of Kiwanians of
fered- a “melodrama” which kept
the audience in an uproar.
Kiwanis President Ray Erickson
and General Show Chairman Dr.
Lou Edwards expressed their thanks
to everyone who in anyway assisted
to produce another great show.
Chairmen lending their aid were:
Talent—Ken Vermillion, Tickets—
Bob Lucas, ’Program Dr. Marty
Loftus, House—Lou Di Vito, Public
ity James Bateman, Stage Al
Reas, Sound Engineer—Roy Nolff,
Directors—Al Martin and Margery
Shields.
Campus
News
Janis Green is among the eight
new initiates into the Ohio Wes
leyan chapter of Phi Upsilon Omi
cron, national home
honorary. Also on the
this semester, Janis is
Wesleyan.
economics
Dean’s List
a junior at
Home for Thanksgiving meant
more than even that big day can
mean for Bill Digman, freshman at
Ohio State. University It also
means being home for his birth
day. Bill a Chemistry major, is
a member of the Freshman staff
of the Sun Dial and is enrolled in
the Air Science ROTC. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Digman,
14612 Strathmore ave.
SEE OUR FINE DISPLAY
OF
TOYS
FOR CHRISTMAS
Educational
Amusement
Also
A FINE CHOICE OF
GAMES
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FOR THE FAMILY
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GLenville 1-4797
These are the boys that this
year retained Superior Elemen
tary School record as top Flag
Football Champions. Reading left
to right they are:
Front row seated: Nicky Par
retti, Gary Peterson, Avery
Fromet, Charles Brining, Dave
Barnes, Coach Ray Vinborg, Do
land Damaso. Brad Palmer, Orin
Marvin, Peter DeGreen, Russell
Martin.
Wittenmyer Is
Powder Bowl King
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at
Capping the fathers’ weekend
Ohio University this fall was the
annual Powder Bowl football game.
And presiding at the half-time fes
tivities was Lloyd Wittenmyer, this
year’s football “King.”
Lloyd, a senior at Ohio U., i« a
graduate of Shaw High Schocl where
he played basketball and baseball
and was chosen a Junior Kivvanian
in his senior year. He is a member,
of Phi Delta Theta, and was chosen
from among the contestants from
17 fraternities. Scholastically ,the
King has a good standing, as 'well.
Rules of the Powder Puff game
include four 8-minute periods played
on an 80-yard field. The female
foctball players were coached by
male students for six weeks in prep
aratiqn for the event staged before
3500 students and Dads and other
visitors to net $1000 for the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund.
The scoring play took place when
Ro Ferro of Euclid was nailed be
hind her own goal line by Joi Ashley
of Fairborn in the second period.
Lloyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Wittenmyer, sr, of 14821 Po
tomac ave., and has three brothers,
all athletically minded.
The handsone Ohio U. senior was
chosen “Sandlot Star of the Week”
when he played for the East Cleve
land Post 163 Blues in 1950.
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Superior Grid Champs Again
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Standing: James Bucar, Jim
Hall, James Wheatley, Wilson
Rick. Bob Swearingen (captairf),
J^en Brancatelli
Zelecky, V’ i
Main, Stanley
Brasselle.
(co-captain). Dick
Forkapa,
Antonio,
Harold
Clark
mighty
Superior’s well coached mighty
mites again dominated the YMCA
Board of Education Flag Football
League this fall. Sweeping through
the regular season undefeated the
only blemish on their record came
at the hands of an excellent All
Star team Tuesday night, Novem
ber 2nd, under the lights at Shaw
Stadium.
After playing a tight defensive
first half which ended 0-0, both
teams opened up in the second half
with scores. The All-Stars scored
first when Del Morrow of Rozelle
swept his own right end for 11
yards and a touchdown. Bruce
Matte plunged for the extra point.
Superior came back in the open
ing minutes of the 4th quarter with
Len Brancatelli, Superior’s quarter
back, keeping the ball and rounding
his right end for 6 points. Jim Hall
plunged for the point. The All-Stars
struck again on-the very next play
as Bi uce Matte returned the kick
off 63 yards for the touchdown.
The point after the touchdown was
no good and the All-Stars led 13-7.
Superior unable to score, lost the
ball to the All-Stars with about one
minute to play in the contest.
Quarterback Del Morrow then pro
ceeded to round his right end for a
beautiful 75 yard run to give the
All-Stars a 19-7 lead and Matte
plunged for the point, making the
final score All-Stars 20, Superior 7.
In the football skill contests held
before the game, the following boys
were the winners:
Punting for distance—(1) Del
Morrow, Rozelle (2) John De
Ment, Caledonia (3) Ron McQueen,
Prospect.
Kick-offs for distance—(1) Mike
Blakemore, Caledonia (2) Wilson
Rick\ Superior (3) Rudy Sangston,
Rozelle.
Passing for accuracy —(1) John
Fess, Chambers (2) Kim Thobaben,
Prospect (3) tie—Matte, Rozelle
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Passing for distance (D Len
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Rozelle.
St Paul's Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVE.
East Cleveland. Ohio
8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion
9:30 A.M.—Morning Prayer,
Service, Sunday
all grades
11:15 AM.—Morning Prayer
Family
School.
and
Sermon
(Sunday School—Nursery
Through Primary)
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hall. Rector
Rev. Robert E. Schrack. Curate
FIRST CHURCH OF
THE NAZARENE
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
JAMES E. HUNTON
Minister
ROBERT WITBECK
Assoc. Minister
MORNING WORSHIP
10:45 A. M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
9:30 A. M.
YOUNG PEOPLE
6:30 P. M.
EVENING SERVICE
7:30 P. M.
MID-WEEK SERVICE
Each Wednesday, 7:30 P. M.
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
Robert H. Secrist, Pastor
Services: 10:45 A. M.
9:30—Sunday School
YOU ARE WELCOME
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
CLEVELAND. OHIO ALL ARE WELCOME
1931 East 105th Street, corner of Chester Avenue
Subject
"Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Alias
Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced"
Sunday Service. 11:00 A. M. Sunday School, ll C0 A. M.
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting, 8:00 P. M.
Free Parking Adjacent East Side of Church. Entrance on East 107th St.
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Sermon Subject
CHRISTMAS COMES AGAIN
1. The Baby Up ir»
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St James Lutheran
Church
(Unitea Lutheran Church in America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBER7 BARKLEY. Peslot
Worship Service: 10:45 A.M
Church School: 9:30 A.M.
Eastside Christian
and
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
(Temporarily)
East Cleveland Women's Club
1747 Lakefront Avenue
Telephone POtomac
Dear Reader:
It is an awful thing to be lost. Yet
God classifies as lost all people who
have not accepted Jesus Christ as
Savior. Jeeus came to seek and to
save that which was lost.
God—as sin is real so is the
tion of Jesus Christ real. He
from sin. Yes, sir, it is real.
Thank
salva
saves
The multitudes gathering each night
to hear the Southern evangelist. Dr.
Jesse M. Hendley, in the Music Hall
(Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the
Public Auditorium) believe that it is
real. Yes, all that have faithfully
supported and promoted the United
Christian Crusade testify that Jesus
saves. Come and see.
Pastor. S. F. Porter
Regular Services Sunday—
Midweek Service Wednesday
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A.M. and 11 A.M.
Sermon Subject: "The Whole Armor of God"
CHURCH SCHOOL, 11:00 A.M.
6:30 P. M. and 7:30 P. M. Youth Meeting*
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22502 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid 23, Ohio
Ed wood 1-1111
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