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Women of the Church of Cal
vary Lutheran Church will meet
next week, the day group Wednes
day, the 14th beginning at 11 a. m.
and the evening group on the 13th,
at 8:00 p. m.
Men of Calvary Lutheran Church
have formed a Brotherhood and
the charter officers are President,
Merlin Kuns Vice President, Wal
ter Graber Secretary, Arthur
Barber Treasurer, George Liddle.
They meet March 23rd with dinner
at 6:30 followed by a program.
Saturday evening, March 10th
will find the Young People from
the East Cleveland Baptist Church
enjoying a Splash Party at Addi
son YMCA.
Wednesday evening, March 14th
the Burrell Class Evening Group
will meet at the home of Mrs.
R. H. Morgan,- 1906 Rosemont rd.
at 6:30 p. m. for diner. Topic for
the evening will be Mrs. Morgan’s
recent trip to Florida.
Thursday, March 15th will find
several of the Circles busy. Mrs.
Sprinkle’s Circle will meet at her
home, 1460 East 134th st. at 1:30.
They are fixing shirts for lepers.
Mrs. Heston’s Circle is meeting
et her home 3849 Summit Park at
1:30 to make Easter favors for
Highland View Hospital. The Eve
ning Circle with Mrs. Lason as
chairman will meet at the church
to set tables and get everything in
readiness for their Spaghetti Sup
per and Bazaar on Friday evening,
March 16th.
The Women’s Society of Chris
tian Service of Windermere Metho
dist Church will hold its monthly
meeting on Wednesday, March
14th. Business meeting starts at
10:45 a. nr. 12:30 luncheon will
be served by Circles 5, Mrs. W.
E. Morris, chairman followed by
devotions by Mrs. Wilbur Lawr
ence. Her subject is, “Is it Nothing
to You, All Ye Who Pass by.”
The soloist will be Mrs. James
Spaude.
The speaker for the program
will be Dr. Robert W. Clarke, Ex
ecutive Secretary of the Students
Christian Union of Cleveland. He
will discuss interesting side lights
of this organization, and how we
can help.
Circle 3, Mrs. John Feagler.
chairman, will have the Bake
Sale.
The Women’s Association of
Windermere Presbyterian Church
will meet on Tuesday, March 13th
at 10 a. m. for hospital serving and
quilting. Miss Katherine Sanders
and Mrs. Boyd will serve the
luncheon, and Mrs. D. Wm. Evans
will head the devotions.
A business meeting will conclude
the session.
Members of the Maple Heights
WSCS will be guests of the WSCS
of the Church of the Cross
Wednesday, March 14th when Mrs.
Eugene Pocock, also a guest, dis
cusses Holiday Roading. There
will be a cabinet meeting at 10
a. m. and the program is at 1:30.
The Value of Unity” will be
the sermon topic of Rev. Roscoe
J. Varble at the 10:45 worship
service next Sundaj’ at the Phil-
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Edward C. Reiff
Death came suddenly Friday,
March 2nd to Edward C. Reiff, 75,
at his home, 14240 Euclid ave.
Service were held at St. Philo
mena Church March 6th and burial
was in Calvary.
For 40 years Mr. Reiff was an
agent of the Travelers Insurance
Co. He was an avid card player,
always ready for game.
Surviving are four daughters,
Mrs. Loretta Harris, Mrs. Agatha
Kearney, Mrs. Madge Glaser and
Mrs. Verne Greulich one sister,
Mrs. Mollie Koellisch, and four
grandchildren. His wife, Agatha,
preceded him in de." th.
Claude E. Bush
Services were held Wednesday,
March 7th for Claude E. Bush, 64,
who died March
Hospital. Burial
haven Cemetery.
4th in Lakeside
was in White-
been employed
Mr. Buch had
with the Cleveland Trust System
and -its predecessor, the Cleveland
lips Avenue Presbyterian Church,
East 125th st. at Phillips ave.
The Senior Choir will sing as
the anthem “Incline Thine Ear
to Me” by Himmel. Mrs. Roscoe J.
Varble w’ill sing as the offertory
sqlo “Out of the Depths” by
Rogers.
A paper sale has been sched
uled for Wednesday, March 14th.
Boxed or bundled paper and card
board may be left in front of
the church the evening before that.
On Sunday, March 18th, St.
Philomena Guild will sponsor a
Day of Recollection to which all
of the ladies of the parish are
invited. It will be conducted by
Father George Eppley of Boromeo
Seminary, and will be from 1:00
to 5:00 p. m.
Inasmuch as the regular Com
munion Sunday of the Guild
would be Easter Sunday, it will
be moved ahead two weeks, to
Passion Sunday as a fitting start
for this Day of Recollection.
Immediately following the clos
ing, a light supper will be served
in the Social Hall. Reservations
must be made through Mrs. Ethel
Delaney, LI. 1-8460 Mrs. Arnold
Dippel, GL. 1-0421, or Mrs. Wil
liam Livingston, LI. 1-4945.
Next Sunday at the 6:30 Youth
Fellowship Hour at Trinity E.U.B.
Church, the group will have a
period of sharing on the theme:
“What is a Christian Personality,’’
with the Pastor, Rev. W. E. Ful
mer, as resource leader. A movie
film: “Improving Your Person
ality,” will provide a basis for the
discussion. Mildred Smith is De
votional Life Chairman in charge
of these Sunday night programs.
A refreshment and fellowship
period concludes each meeting.
Cleveland Junior Academy, newly
named Seventh Day Adventist
parochial school, 17822 Euclid ave.,
cleared $1500 from a birthday din
ner held in the school gymnasium
March 4th, Elmer G.
chairman of the finance
announces.
Metzdorf,
committee
so far in-
The $85,000 structure
eludes three classrooms, a gym,
principal’s office and kitchen. School
has been in session since September
with two teachers and 50 charter
pupils.
Future needs Include playground
equipment, a baseball diamond, out
side lighting and handrails. Some
of this w ill be met w’ith the dinner
proceeds.
The “Week of Witness’* at
Trinity Evangelical United Breth
ren Church continues with a
Preaching Mission tonight and
Friday at 7:30 p. m. and concludes
on Sunday morning at 10:30 with
the Rev. Donald V. Hall, pastor of
thfe Ashtabula‘E.U.B. Church, as
the guest preacher.
The services include a singspir
ation time when the congregation
sings their favorite Gospel songs,
vocal specials by the Chancel and
Chapel Choirs, and Junior Story
Sermons. A Nursery for children
up to eight years old will be pro
vided to assist more families in
attending at night.
The welcome mat is out for all
who wish to attend.
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years. He was to have retired
within a few months. For many
years he was the superintendent
of the Superior ave. station.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Mattie Bush a daughter, Mrs.
Melen Randall a stepson, Wilmer
Winfield two grandchildren and
three sisters. The family home is
at 1329 East 142nd st.
Herbert Young
Funeral services were conducted
Sunday from the Mullally Funeral
Home for Herbert I. Young, of 1751
Page ave.
Mr. Young died March 3rd at
Huron Road Hospital. A native of
Waterloo, Canada he was a sales
man for various companies for the
greater part of his life.
He is survived by his wife, Doris,
one son, William C. of South Bend,
Indiana and grandchildren.
Mrs. Margaret M. Keough
A resident of the Collinwood dis
trict for more than forty years,
Mrs. Margaret Mol ley Keough, died
February 29th at Huron Road Hos
pital. She had more recently lived
at 1762 Elberon ave.
Mrs. Keough was bom in Eng
land and came to Scranton, Pa., in
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Leonard Wood is Pvt. James J.
Smith, who reports back to Fort
Knox March 16 th for training in
radio signals and security confi
dence, Jim’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Smith, 14119 Mayfair ave., and
Allan Brink motored to Missouri
to bring James home.
Cpl. Richard T. Barber, better
known to his mafty East Cleve
land and Shaw High School friends
as “Irish,” was promoted to Ser
geant. Since Sgt. Barber left the
states he has been stationed in
Hawaii, Formosa, Japan and is
now back in Hawaii.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo J. Barber of 1319 East 141st
st. and a member of June, 1954
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