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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Hayden Ave. at Claiborne Rd. Rev. Wm. P. WUhoyts Robert Witbeck Minister of Music SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A. M. SUNDAY SERMON, 10:45 A M. "Visions ol Disturbed Contentment" SUNDAY EVENING. 7:30 P. M. "Too Late to Pray" MID-WEEK SERVICE Each Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. Hayden Avenue Baptist Church (Comer of Hayden and Second) SUNDAY SCHOOL t:4S A M. Supervised Nursery WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A M. Jr. and Primary Worship EVENING SERVICE I 7:45 M. PRAYER MEETING wh.n yOu Come, Wed., 7:30 P.M. Bring Your Bible DONALD B. WOODBY, Pastor GL. 1-5572 Church UL. 1-0941 A Fundamental Baptist Church St Paul's Episcopal Church 15837 EUCLID AVENUE East Cleveland, Ohio Rev. Canon Laurence H. Halt Rector Rev. Robert E. Schrack. Curate 9:00 AM—Holy Communion 11:15 A.M.—Morning Prayer Family Service, Church School, All Grades 11:15 AM—Morning Prayer Sermon (Church School Nursery Through Primary) Morris Hasan. 1739 Wymore THE AMBASSADOR ALLIANCE CHURCH of the CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE 647 EAST 140th STREET Rev. Joseph K. Slagle. Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Warship Service—11:00 A.M. "Revive Us Again” A.Y.F.—6:30 P.M. Vesper Prayers—6:45 P.M. Evangelistic Service—7:30 P.M. "The Spirit's Message to the Church” Wednesday Prayer Service— 7:30 P.M. I (For the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ) I turned into SIX SIXES i Prospect Old room 11, next to the front door at Prospect School, is being a library. Present i plans are for it to open with stocked shelves .next September, I and to be staffed one day a week by a regular librarian, with teachers free to bring their class- WINDERMERE Presybterian Church Established 1896 Your Pomtty Church hi tho Heart ot East Cleveland 0:50—Church School Nursery Care During Church 11:00—Morning Worship EUCLID at WINDERMERE Opposite East Cleveland Library Sermon Subject "So You Want To Dig For Treasure" Rev. I. Franklin McHendry St James Lutheian Church (United Lutheran Church In America) 1424 Hayden Avenue ROBERT BARKLEY. Pastor Church School: 9:30 A. M. Worship Service: 10:45 A.M. WINDERMERE METHODIST CHURCH Euclid Avenue at Holyoke M. WAYNE McQUEEN, Minister Church School, 9:30 A.M. Worship Service, 10:45 A.M. Junior High Youth Fellowship, 6:00 P.M. Senior High Youth Fellowship, 7:00 PM. Young Adult Fellowship, 7:00 P..M EVERYONE WELCOME CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13100 Euclid at Lockwood Robert ti. Secnst. Pastor Service: 10:45 A. M. 9:30 Church School YOU ARE WELCOME East Cleveland Congregational Church Euclid Avenue at Page Two Services 9:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. Rev. Williaiq E. Dudley Will Preach CHURCH SCHOOL, 11:00 A.M. Youth Services 7:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. You are cordially invited to attend A Free Lecture on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ENTITLED Christian Science PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY Revealed and Demonstrated By CLIFFORD R. NYSEWANDER, C.S.B. of Indianapolis, Indiana Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts Monday, February 11, 1957 AT 8:00 P.M. in CHURCH EDIFICE Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, Cleveland 14713 Lake Shore Boulevard Nursery Accommodations Ample Parking Space at Rear of Church ALL ARE WELCOME EARN ACCOUNTS 1 .INSURED I 36 °’oo° A -n i' z .*-‘-.-2.....•. -_____________ es in between times. This will cut down on the amount of toting of “book bags” from the Main Library, and should encourage the children to do more reading, with the books there so close. At present, the room looks fresh and bright, with a brand new coat of paint. Much of Pros pect is being painted now, for that matter, and the necessary odor is everywhere in the building. Three Friday afternoon activity groups are being continued from last semester, when they were started at Prospect. They are in ceramics, folk dancing, and music appreciation. Mrs. Hazel Strug gles, fifth grade teacher, is plan ning to take over the ceramics group, as the first of the full time teachers to accept charge of one of these special interest activities. Mayfair There is a raised balcony at one end of the gymnasium at Mayfair, separated from the floor level by a solid brick wall that extends to about waist height above the bal cony floor. The children in Mrs. Dorothy McCabe’s fifth grade have decided that this is a won derful place to present a puppet show, because they can crouch unseen behind the wall, hold the hand-stocking puppets above their shoulders, and present a lively show for their mothers and class mates seated in chairs on the gym floor below them. This has become a major project for the children. They have made hollow papier-mache heads to fit over their hands, fastened dresses and suits below them which will cover their forearms, and painted two back-drop scenes to be placed behind the rear wall of the bal cony for their settings. They have even constructed a “palace” out of a carton, through whose win dows puppet heads can be made to appear. The play they have chosen to present is “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” and part of this play is good and part is scarey. So the two scenes they have cre ated are of different moods: a bright and sunny one, and a dark and forbidding one, with gaunt, bare trees. All this preparation will culmi nate in their production of the play on the afternoon of Thurs day, February 21st, at 2:15. Mothers of the puppeteers are es pecially urged to be present. Rozelle Mrs. Sarah Johnston, kinder garen teacher at Rozelle, has received a Bachelor of Science degree “Cum Laude” from WeSt ern Reserve University. “Cum Laude” means “with praise,” and it is a high honor indeed. We con gratulate her on her achievement. Rozell is also happy to have its auditorium back in service as an auditorium, after a period of crowding during which it had to be used as a classroom. Many ac tivities involving several classes at once can again be carried on. Caledonia The second grade at Caledonia is studying the postal system, and the fifth grade is studying the solar system. Stated that flatly, the subjects may not sound so in teresting. But you should see the rooms in which the studies are going on! In Miss Kate Warner’s second grade room, there is a post office where the buying of stamps, can cellation, and other postal activi ties can be carried on, and where arithmetic can be learned, too. The children are learning about the ancient messenger systems, the Pony Express, and modern rail and air deliveries. Stamp collec tions are being displayed, and some of the children are planning to take up this activity as a hobby. Papier mache models of the planets of the solar system, made CLEVELAND ETHICAL SOCIETY Mr. Sidney Vincent will »peak on "SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE" Sunday, February 10, 10:45 A.M. Ludlow School Ludlow and Southington Shaker Height* Sitter Service for Children S -5 For Information Call UL. 1-3230 TWO OFFICES MOW SERVING GREAJflLCUVELAMD SUPERIOR SAVINGS i -1 -a. I .I1' 4 tHl' J? 1 OPEN EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL NOON CORNER 68th —SUPERIOR AVENUE m L’ Hi Afc TV-/. EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Fathers Takeover PTA These four Superior PTA mem bers, together with a few others will answer the question with a original skit written by a Superior teacher, Mr. Jack Jirus, and to be presented at the February meeting next Tuesday evening. The picture is supposedly in two homes, so one can imagine a wall in the center. To the left Miss Jane Morely, faculty member, seems somewhat bored with the one-sided telephone call engaging Louis Regan. Next door, Gerston Curtiss and Mrs. Inez Grant check the script. A brief, brief business period preceeds the play at 8:00 p. m. and during the closing social hours, Mrs. Julius Zuckerman an nounces refreshments will be served. MAYFAIR PTA PLANS CARD PARTY The Mayfair PTA is planning a card party—their first in three years—in the school gym, Wed nesday, February 27th at 7:30. Tickets will be 50c. Prizes, and refreshments, together with a fashion show, promise a full, en joyable evening for all. The ten “models.” all active members in the PTA are: Mrs. Thomas B. Evans, president Mi’s. Robert Gallion, secretary Mrs. Harold Jenisek. room mother Mrs. Frank Wilson, motion pic ture chairman Mrs. Frank Con sillo, Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs. Harry Getzien, Mrs. Anthony DiBartolomeo, Mrs. Malcolm Shields (chairman), ways and means and Mrs. Nicholas R. Tartaglia, card party chairman. SLIDES SHOWN OF EARLY EAST CLEVELAND Mayfair PTA will present Mrs. J. Waide Price who will show slides of Early East Cleveland. Wednesday, February 13th at 1:30 in the school auditorium. Hostesses serving refreshments are from Miss Joyce Jonap’s room: Mrs. Gerald Watt and Mrs. Laurence Haskins. From Miss Conway’s room: Mrs. Edwin Wettrich and Mrs. Wade Ellis. Pre-school children, three years and older, will be cared for. ROZELLE Rozel Elementary School PTA meets on February 12th at 1:30 p. m. in the auditorium. February to scale, have been set up in Mrs. Sandra Schudel’s fifth grade room, to show the relation of the various bodies to each other. The chil dren are preparing oral and writ ten reports on such subjects as the sun. the planets, stars, and astronomical instruments. Other fifth graders in Caledonia will also be given the information which Mrs. Schudel’s class has collected. *. Groundhog Day brought a play to Superior School, whose moral was that there is a lot of infor mation about weather and weather prophesying going around which just isn’t so. The play showed a meeting of the Royal Order of Slumbering Groundhog Watchers, who debated the merits of ways of foreteling the weather. Votes were taken on this or that method of predicting what it was going to do in the next few weeks or months, after which the Scoutmaster came in and gave the Watchers the real facts on sun, wind, humidity, and so on, which are the real causes of weather changes. The Slumber ing Groundhog Watchers then voted for science, as against the old superstitions, after which Mr. Groundhog was allowed to slum ber in peace. PLATE LUNCHES SERVED 10 A M. TO 0 P.M 75c FRANK'S ISLAND DRIVE-IN 19391 St Clair at Chardon Rd. We Teach You How To Drive! Dual Controls Automatic and Standard Shift 1957 Training Cars Full Insurance Protection Male or Female Instructors Class Room Lectures Parking Practice Home Pick-up Group or Individual Instruction jALL ADDS UP TO MAKE YOU A GOOD DRIVER BUCKEYE STATE ...School of Driving REdwood 1-9495 w I A’ What would happen if the men folk went to PTA as the women do? is the month set aside as Found ers Day. Mrs. James Harris will read a message of the highlights of Rozelle. From Minneapolis, Minnesota to gay Mexico, members wend their way as Miss Twila Gimmel, one of the faculty, will take us on a vacation of the “Western Wonderland.” Refreshments will be served with the 5A and 6B mothers as hostesses. Pouring will be Mrs. W. Budd Wentz for the 5A and Mrs. Papas Paris for the 6B. There will be facilities for the care of children four to six years of age. Boy Scouts District Seven of Greater Cleve land Boy Scout Council takes in the East Cleveland School Board Area, which includes part of Cleve land. Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, and the Glenville area. In commemoration of Boy Scout Week, many Packs are holding the annual Blue and Gold Dinners, which are pot luck dinners and include the Cub Scouts and par ents. Pack 26, First Presbyterian Church, East Cleveland and Pack 336. Chambers School PTA are among several holding such din ners this week. Many of the local churches wil be honoring the Scout movement by observing Boy Scout Church Sunday this coming Sunday. February 10th, in which scouts will participate. District seven has 25 Cub Packs, 31 scout troops and 7 explorer posts and has over 2,100 boys and adults participating in the scout program. 14 new units are being planned for the coming year to meet the demand of boys wanting to participate in scouting. Many local merchants in the entire area are honoring the scouts by having window displays relat ing to boy scouts and their activi ties. This is in cooperation with the local scout units. CLB PACK 336 Cub Pack 336, Chambers School, renewed its Charter after posting a rating of 97 per cent at the an nual inspection last month. The Pack will receive a pennant for 100 per cent subscription to Boy’s Life Magazine. Members of the committee for the coming year include: William Wood, chairman John Fess, sec retary-treasurer Merlyn E. Mere dith, publicity John Hummer and Mel Lisse, committeemen Donald Clough, Cubmaster and Robert Kalkbrenner and Arnold Gunval sen, A assistant Cubmasters. The Pack will participate in the anniversary of Scouting in Ameri ca February 6th to 12th. Born to Mrs. Kenneth J. Enkler, 1241 Rozelle ave., a girl, January 18th, Karen Jean. Born to Mrs. Mathias Welther, 15009 Elm ave., a girl, January 20th, Rosse Marie. INIVUKi Crime Discussion Series Underway A series of eight discussions dealing with crime and what can be done about it, got under way here this week. Sponsored by the Grand* Jury Association and the Adult Education Division of the Cleveland Public Schools, the ses sions are being held Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m. in the Board of Educa tion building, East 6th and Rock well sts. Topics will be discussed by members of the various county and municipal courts, the FBI, Division of Correction for the State of Ohio, Dr. John Bruere of Cleveland Calvary Presbyterian Church and Miss Bertelle Lyttle, East Cleveland member of the Grand Jury Association. Helping plan the program has been Stan ley Webster, East Cleveland’s di rector of law. Topics and their dates are. February 12th: Extent and Cause of Crime February 19th: The Many and Varied Law Enforce ment Agencies February 26th: Criminal Courts March 5th: Pro bation March 12th: Ohio Penal and Correctional Institutions: March 19th: Parole, and how it works in Ohio March 26th: The Citizens’ Responsibilities. Registration may be made at a session. The fee is $5.00. INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley H. 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