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HONORS FOR JUDY
Judith Keller, a June *53 gradu
ate of Shaw High School, has just
received an unusual honor at the
College of Wooster. In collabora
tion with two other Wooster stud
ents, Judy has written a prize
winning musical comedy, “The
French Touch”, to be presented
at Wooster on four nights, from
February 22nd-25th, as the fea
ture production of Wooster’s an
nual “Gumshoe Hop.” She has also
been named the Director of the
show, often considered an even
greater honor.
A Junior at Wooster, Judy
wrote the script for the musical
comedy in cooperation with one of
her two Wooster colleagues, and
the third student composed the
music. She is majoring in Speech
and English at Wooster. Her home
is at 1013 Nela View rd.
Miss Nancy Magnusson, a junior
in the School of Music, North
western University, has been
chosen to sing the lead in Puccini’s
“La Boheme” to be presented on
the campus February 23rd. Nancy,
a Shaw graduate preparing to
teach music, is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Magnusson,
14219 Orinoco ave.
Norman G. Hammerle, jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ham*
merle, 1350 Savannah ave., is re*
ceiving his B.A. degree in pay*
chology at Western Reserve Uni
versity, February 1st. A graduate
of Shaw High School, Mr. Ham
merle attended Bowling Green
State University for two years. He
has served in the U.S. Navy, based
in Sampson, N. Y. He is employed
by Hershaw Chemical Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. William V. Cumler
with a gift of luggage at the testi
monial dinner given at Windermere
Methodist Church January 19th.
After 14 years inestimable service
as executive director at the East
Cleveland YMCA, Mr. Cumler
takes over the Business Men’s Club
at the Greater Cleveland YMCA,
the largest Y club of its kind.
Fellowship Hall at Windermere
Methodist Church was well filled
last Thursday evening as friends
and associates of Wm. V. Cumler
came to pay highest tribute to this
man who has instilled in the hearts
and minds of hundreds of growing
boys, the characteristics for Chris
tian Citizenship.
“Bill” is leaving this field of
endeavor and his post of executive
secretary at the East Cleveland
YMCA to direct the Business
Men’s Club at Central Y. This is
the largest club of its nature in Y.
Sterling Apthorp, chairman of
the Board of Managers at the Y,
testified to Mr. Cumler’s ability to
keep within a budget, saying that
only two times in the 14 years was
the Y “in the red” at the close
of a year. He said Bill was a man
who will do anything anytime, for
anyone, and added that the “pre
ventive medicine” of patience,
sympathy and understanding prac
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most beneficial to the youth
East Cleveland.
Mr. Cumler’s fine job as
father was acclaimed by E.
Rasmussen, general secretary
the Greater Cleveland YMCA and
founder of the local branch. He
termed Bill as a workman whose
ideas and determination to serve
boys had caused him to be taken
into their hearts. The Cumler
boys, to whom reference was made
are Bill, a Boys Work secretary at
a Chicago Y Branch: and Robert,
holding a small Methodist charge
in Maine while attending the sem
inary in Boston.
A resolution enacted by the East
Cleveland City Commission, com
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boys of the community, was read
by Paul Broer, a Commissioner
who is also a Y board member.
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need have no worries” is the
answer which Dr. L. L. Myers,
principal of Kirk Jr. High School,
said he had given time and again
as parents asked him about send
ing a son to camp or on one of
the extensive trips supervised by
Mr. Cumler.
Praise was given to Mrs. Cumler
whose co-operation at all times has
meant so much to the success of
her husband. Mention was made
of the many evenings duty called
him to the Y and the many days
he was away on Y trips with the
boys.
Dr. Myers, in behalf of a host of
friends and co-workers, presented
the Cumlers with a three-piece
luggage set and a purse.
Almost overcome with emotion,
Mr. Cumler replied in his quiet
way: “We do so much appreciate
your coming, and we thank you for
this evening.”
The evening closed with a recep
tion as the guests came up to shake
hands, add their “Thank Yous” to
those already uttered, and wish
him well in his new undertaking.
Glee Club Concert
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of the varied numbers of the 50th
anniversary program by the Men’s
Glee Club of Capital University at
Monticello Junior High School,
Friday, January 27th at 8 p. m.
The concert is sponsored by the
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