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EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Report on General Assembly
'CATCHING UP WITH YESTERDAY"
Rev. J. Franklin McHendry
FIRST CHURCH OF
Hayden Ave. at
JAMES E. .HUNTON
MORNING WORSHIP, 10:45 A. M.
CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:30 A. M.
YOUNG PEOPLE, 6:30 P. M.
EVENING SERVICE, 7:30 P. M.
Each Wednesday. 7:30 P. M.
St Paul's Episcopal
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland, Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hall. Rector
Rev. Robert E. Schrack. Curate
8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion.
1:30 A.M.—Holy Communion
Family Service, Church
School, all grades
11:15 A.M.—Holy Communion and
last Cleveland Women’s Club
1747 Lakefront Avenue
Telephone FOtemec 1-0773
This sennonette will not save you,
but if you read it you might turn
to Jesus Christ and be saved. Who
"The fool hath said in his heart,
there is no God." What do you say?
You say that there is a God, but
you do not know Hint neither worship
Him nor serve Him. Yet you believe
there is a God? You are right, and
you will stand before Him after
death. Yes sir, Friend, you will
stand before God in judgment.
Christ is the only Savior. Through
Him you can escape the awful con
sequences of sin. Otherwise, after
the judgment it is eternal Hell.
Pastor, S. F. Porter
Regular Services Sunday
Midweek Service Wednesday
On Sunday, June 3rd St. Philo
mena Guild will celebrate its fifth
birthday with a communion break
fast held in the Social Hall immedi
ately following the 9:00 corporate
communion mass. All members are
urged and invited to attend. Reser
vations must be made, as only 100
can be accommodated at the break
New officers of the Women’s
Fellowship of East Cleveland
Congregational Church are an
nounced as follows: president, Mrs.
Norvel Shampay first vice presi
dent, Mrs. Harold Green second
vice president, Mrs. Sterling
Parker recording secretary, Mrs.
Kenneth King corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. Harold Keichel treas
urer, Mrs. John MacDonald dele
gates to East Cleveland Council,
Mrs. James Cartner delegates to
Cleveland Fellowship, Mrs. George
Gorry and Mrs. Emmet Smith.
Friday evening, June 1st will
find the Philathea Class from The
East Cleveland Baptist Church
getting together for a Pot Luck
supper at the home of Mrs. Arnold
Seeds, 29232 Ridge rd., Wickliffe.
Following the dinner the Rev. Wm.
St James Lutheran
(United Lutheran Church in America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBERT BARKLEY, Patter
Matin Services 8:30 A.M.
Worship Service: 10:45 A. M.
Church School: 9:30 A. M.
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
Robert H. Sccrist, Pastor
Service: 10:45 A. M.
9:30 Church School
YOU ARE WELCOME
Euclid Ave. at Holyoke
M. Wayne McQueen. D.D., Minister
Church SchooL 9:30 A. M.
Worship Service. 10:45 A. M.
"MOSES AND THE DECALOGUE"
8:30 P.M. and 7:00 PM
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A. M. and II A. M.
Sermon "Body and Soul"
Church School, 11:00 A. M.
7:00 P. M. and 7:30 P. M. Youth Meetings
JUNE 11-22 e 9 to 11:30 A.M.
CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Euclid Avenue at Lockwood
Please Call Reservations to Church Office, GL 1-1152
ON SUNDAY, JUNE 17th
SPECIAL $7 95
A Beautiful Oil Colored 8x10 Portrait
Attractively Mounted In A Gold Frame
Just Mention This Advertisement
SELECTION OF PROOFS
Marry Flynn* Photographer
15615 St. Clair Ave. LI. 1-1080
E. Towner will install the officers
for the ensuing year. Mrs. Ernest
Critzer, president Mrs. Jack Sivik,
vice president Mrs. Chas, Sprinkle,
secretary Mrs. Ross Lane, treas
urer Mrs. Russell Fox, devotional
chairman Mrs. Paul Isley, mem
bership chairman Mrs. Chas.
Bechtel and Mrs. Harold Harrison,
program chairmen Mrs. Thomas
Heron, social chairman Mrs.
George Reynolds, ways and means
chairman and Mrs. Carman Lane,
Following the installation, there
will be a demonstration of corsage
Friday evening, June 1st the
Board of Christian Education is
meeting at 6:30 for a pot-luck sup
per and planning session for the
coming church year. Miss Marcia
Rouillard, Minister of Christian
Education, will lead the meeting.
Tuesday, June 5th the Burrell
Class will meet at the church at
12:30 for a casserole luncheon.
Wednesday, June 6th the Wom
an’s Society holds its final met-1
ing of the year at Forest Hill Park
(a pot-luck luncheon). There will
be Installation of officers with
Mrs. Douglas Baker as the
president. Mrs. Fred Grube
be the installing officer.
Circle 10 of the Women’s Society
of Christian Service of Winder
mere Methodist Church will hold
its monthly meeting as a Break
fast on Tuesday, June 5th at 9:30
a. m. at the home of Mrs. Branche
Jordan, 1143 Churchill ave.
Mrs. Fred Bond of St. Paul's
Episcopal parish has been elected
second vice president of the Wom
an's Auxiliary of the Diocese of
Members of St. James Lutheran
Church are hoping for June skies
Sunday, the 3rd. That is the date
of their church picnic. The outing
is to be held at Mala-ce Chie
(Little Bohemia Park).
Planned recreation and picnic
baskets will vie for popularity.
At My Home
Beginners only. Also popular, vocal
song accompaniment Days only.
25 years experience.
GIVES YOU 1 SQUARE FOOT
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL,
DURABLE LAWN YOU EVER
SAMMY’S NURSERY CORP
Bring Your Parents
Every Friday Nite
3:00 P.M. (Weather Permitting)
South side ei Euclid and AJcoy
(Just oast of Belvoir and Ivanhoe)
Courtesy Merchants at
Euclid and Ivanhoe
Note: Movie available ior Convalee
ceato' and Children's Homes you
Call IV. 8-2232. Mr. Kenneth Chase
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Willing Hands Beautify Church Yard
Other groups planted three holly
trees, prepared ground for new
shrubbery to be set in later, and
cleaned out other garden plots.
Camp Fire Girls will be assist
ing at the Chest x-ray units.
Cha-Yo-Te-Ka Group will serve at
Euclid-Taylor, City Hall, and Eu
clid-Lee. Girls participating will
earn an honor.
Ki-Yo-Kwa Camp Fire Group
held their Council Fire at the
home of Judy Cunningham. In
stead of lighting candles they list
the fireplace and held their Coun
cil Fire by the light of it. The girls
received over 600 honor beads.
Miss Liela Engelhaupt presented
Wood Gatherer certificates to:
Phyllis Hesford, Carole Masley,
Catherine Lindsay, Judy Cunning
ham, Lois Shankland, Ava Shank
Parsh, Sandra Iden, Janet Schuff.
These girls are learning a unique
Indian Rythm “Lunmi Sticks”
done to an Indian Chant. Refresh
ments were served.
Executives of the Leaders Asso
ciation held a meeting at the home
of Mrs. Frank Missbach on May
28th. Mrs. Missbach is chairman,
Mrs. John Riehl, vice chairman
Mrs. Forrest Van Blargan, corre
sponding secretary Mrs. Edward
Caile, recording secretary Mrs.
Edward Marvin, chairman district
committee Mrs. E. Novak, chair
man Hay Ride Mrs. Earl Cornwall,
treasurer and Miss Liela Engle
haupt, field director.
Ki-Yo-Kwa Camp Fire Group
are leaving Friday at 4:30 for a
weekend Camp Yakewi at Austin
East District Camp Fire Leaders
Association will hold their final
meeting of the season on June 5th
at 8:00 p. m. at East Cleveland
YWCA. Summer plans for Camp
Fire and Blue Bird Groups will be
exchanged. Final arrangements for
Day Camp and Group Camping
Week will be made and movies will
East District Group Camping
Week at East Cabin will be July
23rd to 27th. Leaders who plan to
take groups for either a day or an
overnight should make reservations
immediately with Mrs. Frank
Day Camp at East Cabin i
scheduled for June 14th, and $4.00
will cover insurance, transportation,
handcraft supplies, milk and one
cook out Three days the girls must
bring their lunch. Each day they
bring their boots, raincoats, head
gear, and a drinking cup. Buses
will pick up girls at 9:00 a. m. at
Prospect School, 9:10 a. m. at
Holes R. Chandlk, 1342 Marloee Ave.
for YOUR HOME
There’s a lot of yard around Old
First Church and it means a lot of
work to keep it attractive. On Sat
urday, May 19th members of the
congregation turned out to give
the yard a good going-over. Shown
are Glenn Brown, Ted Barnes,
George Merts and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Beck planing ivy along
the front retaining wall.
Cash for home
Spruce up youi
home lor spring!
Get an economical
ban, tailored to
lit your budget1
15619 WATERLOO RO
Chambers School and 9:20 a. m. at
Mayfair School, to be returned be
tween 3:30 and 4:00 p. m.
Reservations must be made im
mediately at the Camp Fire Office,
1001 Huron rd. Send 4.00 check
Troop 575, 576, 1008 and 143
visited the Planetarium on May
12th, hearing an informative talk
on the stars. There were 41 girls
in the party.
14115 ST. CLAIR AVE. MU 1-7700
We Have A Special Card For
Husband, Father-in-Law, Grandpa,
Uncle, Brother and Son
814 EAST 152nd STREET
We will also hang and
pleat your drapes, if
you wish, at a slight
Our Own Plant."
14142 Euclid Avenue
GL 1-1577 GL 1-1830
Cora A. Frederick, 1643 Elberon
I'm Ready to Trade—My Used Car Stock Is Zero
JOE O BRIEN CHEVROLET CO.
REMEMBER DAD SUNDAY JUNE 17th
Kiwanis Club of Willowick
Willowick Golf Rango and Golf Course
May 25th through June 10th
7:30-11 Week Nights Noon to 11 P.M. Sat.-Sun.-Holidays
HOLE-IN-ONE PRIZE S17K
Plus Many Other Prises.........*11 v
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
EUCLID AVENUE AT BISHOP ROA
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. May 31, June 1-2
TWO TECHNICOLOR HITS
Dean Martin Jerry Lewis
Artists and Models"
also Walt Disney's Full Length
Cartoon in Cinemascope
Lady and The Tramp"
Sun. Mon.Tues. June 3-4-5
CINEMASCOPE AND TECHNICOLOR
Gregory Peck Jennifer Jones
"White Tail Buck"
Co-starring Frederick March
"The Man In The Gray
Also Featurette in Technicolor
COMING WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6th
Meet Me in Las Vegas"
The Kettles in the Oxarhs"
DAVID'S LOAN CO.
ON DIAMONDS WATCHES
SHOTGUNS TOOLS CAMERAS
Liberty 1-8699 ,15207 St. Clair Avenue
OUT OF PAWN GOODS FOR SALE
Stop In Soon and Choose
Our Complete Selection
You re Sure to Find Just
the Right One for DAD
Thursday, May 31, 1966
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