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Mrs. Francis Callahan of Roches
ter, N. Y. is the holiday guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak of East
147th st.
Miss Louise Darst of the Woods
Apartment has concluded a Christ
mas visit with relatives and friends
in Dayton, Ohio.
Mrs. Minnie Davidson has moved
from 1811 Beersford rd. to 14115
Terrace rd. The Beersford rd. prop-
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MADAME MONA
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Special readings by tea leaves, sand
and candlelight Don't fail to visit
this gifted lady. Priceless advice on
all matters.
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Our Food and
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erty has been purchased by the city
and will be converted into parking
area for use of City Hall employ
ees and visitors. Entrance will be
from Beersford rd.
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Whiteman, of
13909 Strathmore ave., spent the
Christmas holidays with their son,
Dr. K. S. Whiteman, jr. and family
at Lincoln, Nebraska. Ken is a
dentist in the Air Corps, located
at the Lincoln Air Base.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Georage
A. Whiteman of 17348 Malaga dr.,
Fontana, California, a son, Blair
Neil on December 24th. George is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. S.
Whiteman of 13909 Strathmore.”
Mrs. Lillian French Martin of
Ardenall ave., is making extra
trips to Mentor these days. She vis
its her new granddaughter, Holly,
bom December 15th to Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Martin.
Eugene Morgan of New York
City was the over Christmas guest
of his mother, Mrs. W. R. Morgan
of 14113 Glenside rd. On Christmas
day they and the Glen Morgans and
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family went to the home pf the
Harold M. Morgans in Berea for
Christmas dinner.
Miss Agnes Curry of tlje Rose
mont Apartments is spending the
holidays with relatives in Butler,
Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Kathryn Teal and Miss
Helen Teal of 13716 Superior rd.
have concluded a holiday visit with
relatives in Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. Ruth Black of 14600 Euclid
ave., has gone to Elsengunda, Cali
fornia, to spend the winter months
with her sister, Mrs. William
Graham.
The Wayne Burdettes of Ironton,
Ohio’ spent Christmas with their
son in Bay Village. They were ac
commpanied home by Mr. Bur
dette's sister, Miss Ann Burdette
of 1820 Page ave., who will spend
a fortnight visiting relatives and
friends in and near Ironton.
Miss Mary Richardson of 14600
Euclid ave. was the Christmas Day
guest of relatives in Pittsburgh.
Miss Patricia McHugh, R. N.,
flew home from Hollywood, Calif.,
to spend the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McHugh
of 1427 East 133rd st. Patricia will
be returning to California on Janu
ary 12 to resume her nursing duties
at a Hollywood Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McHugh were
also pleased to receive word at
Christmas time that their son Tom,
has been promted to the rank of
Corporal. Tom is stationed with
the 3rd Marinne Division at Camp
Fuji, Japan.
Mrs. Pau! Cargill of Hastings
ave., is in Columbus for her second
appearance before the annual
Twelfth Night observance of the
Columbus Business and Profession
al Women. The affair is to be held
January 5th in the new Music
Center. While in Columbus, Mrs.
Cargill will be the guest of
cousin, Mrs. Herbert Deem.
Mother’s First Aid
Counteracts Drink
His mother, Mrs. Angelo Favor
ito had half filled a cup with chlor
ax and placed it on the sink board,
turned out the light and left the
kitchen.
David, playing in the dining
room, spied the cup through the
open kitchen door, and proceeded
to climb up and empty it. His
mother’s first aid emptied David’s
stomach, after which she called
police who rushed the child, to
Huron Road Hospital. The attend
ing physician said the first aid had
been effective and David was re
turned home.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
■Engagements
Benjamin G.
Mrs.
Announcement it made of the en
gagement of Virginia Lou Brew
ster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
George W. Brewator, 21330 Nicho
las ave. to Robert E. Morrison, 1883
Charles rd. Mr. Morrison is the
son of Mrs. H. Sally Morrison of
East Cleveland and Mr. Ed Morri
son of Cleveland.
Miss Brewster is a graduate of I engagement
Euclid High and her fiance
Shaw High graduate.
A June'wedding is planned.
Janet Frances Sampson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Samp
son of 1307 East 143rd st., an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Janet, to George Thomas
Wiley, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Wiley, 2277 Parkwood blvd.,
Mentor.
Miss Sampson was graduated
from Oberlin College in 1954 and
received her Master’s degree the
following year from Yale Uni
versity, where she studied on a
Ford Foundation scholarship. She
now teaches English and develop
mental reading at Rocky River
Junior High.
Mr. Wiley also attended Oberlin
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two years at Youngstown Rayen
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Senior High where he is now Co
ordinator of the gifted child pro
gram. He holds a Master's degree
from Western Reserve University.
A June wedding is planned.
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Grew, 1853 Grasmere st., announce I
the engagement of their daughtei',1
Laura Carolyn, to Mr. Herman M.l
Hunger, 2010 West 89th st. I
Miss McGrew, a graduate of Shawl'
High School and Bob Jones Uni-1
versity, is a third-grade teacher at I
Cuyahoga Heights School. Mr. I
Hunger is employed at the Hill-1
Acme Co.
A July wedding is planned.
Bre wster-M orr ison
Mrs. Stephen B. Skully,
Mr. and
20950 Nicholas ave. announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Patricia Ann to Alan C. Morrison,
son of Mrs. H. Sally Morrison, 1883
Charles rd. and Mr. Ed Morrison of
Cleveland.
The wedding is planned for
April 27 th.
Furry-Slater
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Furry,
3723 Northvale rd. announce the
of their daughter
is a| Leila Susan Ann to Geri Slater,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Slater,
I 1596 Wood rd.
I Miss Furry is a Shaw High
I graduate.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Fuller-Tnrbell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fuller,
13311 Fourth ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Jo
Lee, to Richard E. Tarbell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Tar
bell, 1820 Noble rd.
Miss Fuller, a teacher at Cham
bers School, was graduated from
Bowling Green State University,
where she was president of the
Alpha Phi Sorority. She is en
rolled at Kent State University
as a graduate student in educa
tion. Mr. Tarbell is employed by
General Electric and is attending
Fenn College. The couple are
planning a summer wedding.
The 6A class of Caldonia School,
which will enter W. H. Kifk Junior
High school in the second semester
of this school year, will pay tribute
to their mothers on January 9th.
The recognition ceremony, which
consists of each student’s introduc
ing his or her mother to the audi
ence, will follow the regular PTA
business meeting, which begins at
1:30 in the auditorium.
As an added feature, Mr. Colin
B. Montis, lecturer, author and
humorist, will address the meeting.
His subject, “Ohio Folks.” includes
tales and anecdotes of famous
Ohioans.
A picture in contrast of the days
the Kirk PTAers were teens com
pared to the year of 1957 when
their children are teens will fea
ture the January 9th meeting of
the unit in the Music Room at
W. H. Kirk Junior High School.
Miss Lillian Greenberg, noted case
worker with the Jewish Family
Service Association will lea^ the
discussjon witty the theme “Wfcfo
I WasS’oUi' Age.”
All parents of Kirk pupils are
urged to attend and hear this dis
cussion.
Roselle Elementary School PTA
meets Tuesday, January 8th at
1:30 p. m. Mrs. Vaun A. Newill,
guest speaker, who is on the staff
of the Family Health Association,
will use as her to “The Ameri
can Family—Curiei.t Mod-1 Re
freshments will be served, v ,'h the
first grade mothers as hostesses.
Facilities for the care of children
four to six years of age will be
provided.
“NO—DO WE MEAN IT?”
“Does Your Child Know *No’?”
This will be the subject of a talk
given by Mrs. Ruth Melcher at the
meeting of the Chambers PTA on
January 10th, at 2:00 p. m. in the
school auditorium.
Mrs. Melcher, Assistant Director
of Social Service, has had first
hand experience with the results of
poor discipline in her work in the
Juvenile Court. Her discussion
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