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St. Joseph's Mothers Meet
St. Joseph’s Mothers Guild will
have their meeting on January
21st at 8 o’clock in the school cafe
teria, 18419 Lake Shore bird.
Miss Esther Davidson of the
Sherwin-Williams Co. and instruc
tor at Fenn College, will speak on
“Color Harmony and Decoration.”
Refreshments will be served at
the close of the meeting.
Prospect Takes a Look at TV
Tuesday, January
p. m. Prospect PTA
home and school
through “Listening
dren’s Views about Television.”
22nd at 1:30
will continue
relationships
to our Chil-
Mr. Robert Stewart, an assistant
professor in the Department of
Speech at Western Reserve Univer
sity will be the discussion leader.
Mr. Stewart also teaches courses
in Radio and Television planning,
writing and analysis.
Miss Porter’s sixth grade class
will answer the questions without
previous briefing, so their answers
should be spontanious and uninflu
enced. There will be an opportunity
for questions from the parents,
during the program which also in
cludes a refreshment period.
As this is a combined January
and February- meeting, it is hoped
all Prospect PTA’ers will attend.
MAYFAIR OFF FOR DRL’RY
Mayfair PTA has reserved a sec
tion of seats in the Rrury Theatre,
The Playhouse, for Thursday, Jan
uary 31st. The attraction is “Tea
house of the August Moon.” They
are inviting former members to
join them for a reunion with old
friends. Mayfair parents and
friends may contact Mrs. Malcom
Shields, LI. 1-2729 for ticket in
formation.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
the displays in the
Setting up
first all school Art Show of the Ele
mentary Grades are Mrs. Dolores
Waldron, Mrs. Hazel Struggles, Mr.
Raymond Vinborg and Mr. Bruce
Holderbaum. Mrs. Waldron and
Mrs. Struggles are the Prospect
School staff members on the com
mittee, Mr. Vinborg is the principal
at Prospect where the show is being
held this weekend and Mr. Holder
baum. art instructor at Shaw,
supervise the
grades.
art instruction in the
sehools will be dis
tomorrow afternoon,
The grade
missed early
Friday, the 18th, in order that your
children’s teachers may visit the
All-Schools Art Exhibit in Pros
pect School gymnasium. This dis
play of elementary pupils’ art
work, announced in this column
some weeks ago, will assemble in
one place for the first time samples
of children’s art work from all six
elementary schools in the city,
With the L.E.L. race reaching
the half-way point, the Kibbel men
are confronted by two possibilities:
they can either tie for the L.E.L.
lead by defeating the Rangers, or
lose and drop two games off the
pace.
On the basis of past perform
ances against Lakewood. the other
L.E.L. teams offer little hope that
they can upset the westsiders.
Therefore, Shawr must go forth and
accomplish the task themselves.
Whatever the Cards may lack in
heighth, the excell in speed and
scrappiness.
Last week Shaw easily subdued
the Shaker Raiders 90-70 at Shawr.
Holding a slim 18-17 lead in the
first quarter, Shaw soon broke the
game wide open on Tom Matte’s
markmanship. The 5’ 11" senior
whose 32 points were high for the
evening, contributed 6 points in
the closing three minutes of the
second quarter to give the Cards a
t. fc
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To Compare Elementary Art Work
ywwywHmeBr
from the Kindergarten through
sixth grade.
The purpose of this exhibit is
chiefly to show each teacher what
art work is being done by other
children of the same age level as
her own pupils. In this way, it is
hoped, new ideas for school art
projects will be spread around in
the quiskest possible manner, and
everyone’s conncept of what can be
done with art in the grades will be
broadened and refreshed.
This useful project is in over
all charge of Mr. Bruce Holder
baum, teacher of art at Shaw High
Schol and Art Supervisor for the
elementary schools. He has been
assembling samples of work of
many kinds from all the schools
this Fall, with the assistance of a
committee composed of elementary
teachers reresenting all the build
ings, and between them they have
selected and arranged the items to
be exhibited. The result is a regu
lar temporary art gallery in Pros-
Shaw-Lakewood Game Friday
Key Contest In LEL Race
B\ Bob Coatee
Tomorrow night Shaw travels
West to take on the Lakew'ood
Rangers.
Picked by experts as a key game
in the L.E.L. race, the Cards face
the problem of stopping the ram
paging Rangers. Unbeaten in seven
contests Lakewood has averaged
79.4 points per game. Their stead
fast attack can be attributed to a
starting squad of six footers, not
ably forwards Phil Dubensky, 6’ 3”
and Dale Evans, 6’ 4".
42-31 lead at the intermission.
Both team played end to end
basketball in the second half with
S.haw dominating the play. Harry
Putzback, Tony Yacobucci and
Mike Brophy hit the double figures
with 14, 12,
respectively.
and 10 points
fell one point of
set in 1912 when
The 90 points
the school record
Shaw defeated Spencerian 91-7.
The Shaw Jaycees extended their
winning streak to 8 straight games
with a 61-55 verdict over Shaker.
Ken Connell led the attack with
18 points.
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with types
the of
pect gymnasium,
artistic creation arranged by grade
levels in order to facilitate view
ing.
Teachers who have helped in the
selection of artistic work from
their own buildings are: Caledonia,
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Miss
Mr. John Jirus.
Ruth E. Welter Chambers.
Carlotta Schwartz Mayfair,
Joyce Townsend Prospect.
Dolores Waldron Rozelle,
Twila Gimmel and Superior.
One of the surprises in a collec
tion of this kind is the tremendous
number of materials that can be
pressed into service by a child to
express himself artistically. Wire,
leaves, paper, rags, spools, sticks
—almost anything that a young
ster can handle and shape, he can
make into something that presents
a picture to his mind. It’s astonish
ing, too, the number of times that
the weirdest kinds of objects ac
tually look like the things they are
supposed to be prepresenting.
NHS Receives
19 Students
Eighteen Shaw High School stu
dents are proudly wearing the Na
tional Honor Society pin. They
were awarded the pin with accept
ance into the Shaw Chapter at a
special assembly Tuesday morning.
Qualifications for membership
include Scholarship, Leadership.
Character and Service, these four
points being outlined by
Funk, Nancy Goldstein, Sue
and Sandra Andrews.
Free For Blondes
Lynn
Nick,
min-
The Rev. Robert De Mass,
ister of the Evangelical United
Biethren Church of Akron brought
the same requirements into his
talk, weaving them into a pattern
for well-balanced living.
The new- members of the Shaw
Chapter, National Honor Society
are:
January 1958—Doris Eichler,
Robert Vargo, Tom Wachter,
Thomas King.
June 1957—Ruth Cunningham.
Margaret Shelton, Patricia Loudon,
Ronald Beach, Locke Thompson,
Janice Rick, Judith Knife, Raymond
Zambie, Richard Norman, Kenneth
Draggs.
January' 1957—Sally Polen, Joyce
Fairweather, Douglas Beebe, Clyde
Zirm.
Our GI’s
Peter D. Urquftart, Air Control
man 3rd class, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Don. B^ Urquhart, 13420 Hartford
ave., has arrived home from
Kodiak, Alaska for a 30-day
furlough.
Private 1st Class, Ronald F.
Lear, one of the'“Forty Niners,”
after completing his electronic
school course at Treasure Island
in San Francisco Bay arrived home
Christmas Eve for a thirty day
leave, which he spent with his
mother, Mrs. Pauline Lear and his
grandmother, Mrs. Robert Walton,
both of 14413 Scioto ave. Starting
Monday morning, Ronald is driving
to Camp Pendelton, California
where he will receive his new
assignment on January 20th.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
S. Salata, 1604 Holyoke ave., a
girl, Sandra Kay, December 28th.
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
reached the 800 mark and 11 still
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Paul Kaley and his band arc
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