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Mayfair
In addition to Mayfair’s
Astronomy play, mentioned in The
Leader last week, the two sixth
grade rooms in Mayfair went to
the Planetarium recently. Led by
their teachers, Mrs. Louise Craw
ford and Miss Leia Wentworth,
they saw the constellations of the
Northern Hemisphere from differ
ent positions as they are in differ
ent months of the year, and also
as they would look if seen from
the North Pole. Classical names
from Roman and Greek mythology
assigned to many of the constella
tions became more familiar to
them, and they learned what to
watch for in the heavens this
summer on clear nights. (If, that
is, we have any clear nights.)
Miss Wentworth’s 6B class was
especially interested in learning
what can be seen in the skies, for
they will be going to School Camp
next October as a part of their
schooling, and will know what
constellations to look for when
sitting around the campfire in the
evening. The graduating 6A chil
dren of Mrs. Crawford’s room,
while they will miss out on this
first elementary school camping
trip, are being helpful to the 6Bs
by explaining what they already
have learned about the stars.
The third grade children of Mrs.
Vera Gray and Mrs. Katherine
Knife toured the Northern Ohio
Food Terminal on May 16th, as
guests of the management and of
Mr. Dolista, a father of a Mayfair
student and a Food Terminal em
ployee.
Rozelle
End of-school time is party time
for Rozelle. The 6A’s leaving for
Kirk had their farewell party
Wednesday, when they finished
autographing and making entries
in their blue-and-white Rozelle
Class Book, a permanent momen
and every departing 6A student
to of their years in grade school.
Miss Mary Cameron, principal,
and their teacher, Miss Vesta
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Applegate, wrote congratulation
and farewell messages in the book,
made a contribution to it.
Musical flute and singing parties
were given for their mothers by
the classrooms of Miss Twila
Gimmel and Miss Roxie Lodge.
The two kindergarten rooms enter
tained their mothers, also. The
fifth grades 'of Miss Ruth Hodson
and Mrs. Oleantha Smith had their
party in the form of a Cuyahoga
River trip, and the Roselle Safety
Council celebrated the end of the
school traffic-control year with a
big affair in the gymnasium.
Nor were the Rozelle teachers
party-less. They ate fish at Cap’n
Frank’s seafood restaurant on the
Ninth st. pier.
Caledonia
At Caledonia, it was music and
dramatics, with the combined
music groups giving their annual
year-end concert.
Two instrumental groups, one
under East Cleveland Schools’
Director of Music, S. Robert
Fraser, the oher under the Kirk
and Elementary Schools Instru
mental Director Kenneth Williams,
joined in the performance of or
chestral numbers. Mr. Williams
directed the 60-member organiza
tion, composed of fourth, fifth, and
sixth graders.
A 70-voice chorus of fifth and
sixth graders, under Miss Janis
Conklin, Elementary Vocal Direc
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It was an exciting moment in the
“Doc” Vivian Memorial Grade
School relays Saturday, June 2nd.
The last boy in the last event—
the obstacle race was Richard
Klein of Rozelle. All Klein had to
do was make the best time of
the day to win that event, and the
Doc Vivian relays. He made it
in 58.2 seconds.
It was a heat breaker for the
defending Chambers champions
who needed only a victory next
year to keep permanent possession
of the winner plaque.
Leading scorer for thf day was
donia Dramatic Class, under the
direction of Mr. Jerry Leonard.
Many of the performers were 6A
students, who will be in the W. H.
Kirk Junior High School next year.
Prospect
Sixty-five 6A children are leav
ing Prospect School for Kirk this
year, one of the largest of East
Cleveland’s “promoted”, groups.
They held a fairwell luncheon
Wednesday, and presented their
final orchestra-Glee Club program
on May 31st.
At the other end of the school
ing career at Prospect, the kinder
garteners went by bus to the Cleve
land Zoo Tuesday. They carried box
lunches, and were accompanied by
their mothers. To everyone older
who knows what a Zoo is like, the
first-time thrill may be only a
vague memory but unless the
parents of some of these little ones
had taken them previously, it
would have been a great day for
them.
Prospect School is also saying
“Goodbye” to their principal, Mr.
E. M. Preston, and will say “hello”
next fall to Mr. Raymond Vinborg.
The school year now closing has
been a year of reading and writing
and arithmetic, and geography
and history too and “Six Sixes”
has not said much about these
things, because in East Cleveland
it has been our custom to take
them for granted. They shouldn’t
be, naturally. But the effort in
these elementary school columns
has been to keep a record of the
“different” things, the things that
your child has in mind when he
comes home and says, “Guess
what we did in school today!”
Many teachers around the sys
ten agree that there was one
really different thing this year,
that was the art assistance given
them by the new Elementary Art
Supervisor, Mr. Bruce Holderbaum,
Art teacher at Shaw High School.
They appreciate so much the help
he has given them in planning
their art projects for their chil
dren.
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Randy Blech, (Chambers) who cap
tured blue ribbons in the 70-yard
dash, 70-yard hurdles, softball
throw and tied for second in the
high jump, tallying 22 of his team’s
points.
However, Roselle’s terrific two
some, Richard Klein and Del
Morrow, accounted for 80 of Ros
elle’s points to overshadow Blech’s
efforts. Klein won the obstacle,
placed second in the broad jump,
third in the hurdles and fourth in
the 70-yard dash.
Morrow was first in the broad
jump, second in the hurdles, sixth
in the 70-yard dash.
Roselle’s winning 8/4 point was
scored by Bruce Matte in a four
way tie for fifth place in the
high jump.
Team totals were: Roselle
45-3/4 Chambers, 45 Prospect,
41 Caledonia, 81-3/4 Superior,
29-3/4 Mayfair, 17.
Relay results—(letter in parenth
esis indicates school): 70-yard dash
—1st, Blech (Ch) 2nd, Meyer,
(M) 3rd, Wheatley, (S) 4th, R.
Klein, (R) 5th, Philipp, (Ca) 6th,
Morrow, (R).
70-yard hurdles 1st Blech,
(Ch) 2nd, Morrow, (R) 3rd, R.
Klein, (R) 4th, Pincombe, (Ch)
5th, Philipp, (Ca) 6th, Dye, (M).
4-Man shuttle relay—1st, Cale
donia, (Loftus, Schweitser, Skin
ner, and Schwenk) 2nd, Superior
3rd, Prospect 4th, Chambers Sth,
Mayfair, 6th, Roselle.
8-Man shuttle relay—1st Pros
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inacci, Schneider, Gerhardt, Pierre,
Hull) 2nd, Caledonia 3rd, (tie),
Chambers and Roselle 5th, May
fair 6th, Superior.
Softball throw 1st, Blech,
(Ch) 2nd Smalley, (P) 3rd,
Matte, (R) 4th, Wheatley, (S)
5th, Schneider, (R) 6th, Telecky,
(S).
High jump—1st Eagle, (P) 2nd,
(tie), Gerhardt, (P), Blech, (Ch),
and Kloos, (Ch) 5th, (tie), Matter,
(R) Liddy, (S), Skinner, (Ca), and
Stokes, (Ca).
Broad jump—1st, Morrow, (R)
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Obstacle race—1st, R. Klein,
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