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Names Bryant
Chief Executive
George A. Bryant, who has
been president of The Austin
Company since 1940 and its
general manager since 1930,
has been elected chairman and
chief executive officer of this
international engineering and
construction firm.
Allan S. Austin, who has been
vice-president for sales, suc
ceeds Mr. Bryant as president,
in a re-alignment of executive
functions. Mr. Austin continues
in charge of sales.
Harold A. Anderson, who
has been vice-president and as
sistant general manager, be
comes executive vice-president
and general manager.
Harold A. Hallstein, who has
been executive vice-president
of the company and is its old
est employee in years of serv
ice, becomes vice-chairman.
Another Duo Of
Junior Kiwanians
Meet the new Junior
wanians, Angus Hull, jr
Thomas H. Maruna, June
Seniors of Shaw High School
and National Merit Scholar
ship winners for their school.
Angus goes in for swimming,
cross country runs, together
with being a Hi-Y, on Student
Council and in the College and
Pep Clubs. He also serves as
treasurer of the Canteen Coun
cil.
Tom. who is already enrolled
in California Institute of Tech
nology for the 1958 Fall term,
belongs to Hi-Y, Pep and
Radio clubs and is interested
in dramatics and chorus. He is
a National Honor Society mem
ber.
Opportunity Shop
14752 EUCLID AVENUE
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4 PRICE
Window Washing
Si.Window and Screen
Service Wall Washing
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SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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Shaw PTA found the magic
formula last week on how to
have a highly successful meet
ing. The formula is simple: let
the youngsters run the show!
And so last Thursday night,
a panel of seven Shaw High
students, with Mrs. W. II. Ol
son, English Teacher, as Mod
erator, spent 90 jammed packed
minutes discussing a wide vari
ety of teen-age problems before
one of the largest Shaw PTA
audiences in recent years.
The January PTA meeting
was the first in a series of four
monthly programs to be devot
ed to discussing—under the
general theme of “Doing It the
Shaw Hi-Way” a possible
Code of Conduct for Shaw par
ents and students.
Ki
and
1958
Next month, the second ses
sion in the series will feature
another panel, this time made
up of Shaw parents discussing
“A Parent’s Look at Home.”
This meeting will be held at
Shaw High on Thursday, Feb
ruary 20th, at 8 o’clock.
Picked by a student commit
tee, last week’s panel members
themselves worked out the de
tails of the questions and ideas
from various Shaw High stu
dent groups. All grades at
Shaw, incidentally, were repre
sented on the panel, and the
whole program was strictly ad
libbed, which gave freshness
and spontaneity to rapid-fire
answers.
the panel were:
Pat Moore, Ken
Reynolds, Larry
Serving on
Gail Dunlap.
Connell, Sue
Hall, Molly Stililnger. and Bob
Vargo. At the request of Shaw
PTA. two other students, Lar
ry Egan and Gary Neubauer,
made a tape recording of the
evening’s program for future
reference.
A few of the many subjects
discussed, and comments of the
student panel follow:
School Activities
Question: Should a student
participate in extra-curricular
activities
Answer: It depends on the
individual. Activities take a lot
of time and a student must
learn tow to budget his time if
his grades are not to suffer.
Activities make a student real
ly interested in his school, and
with them he gets more of a
well-rounded education. Colleg
es today are not just interested
in a student’s high school
grades. They want young peo
ple who have had activity ex
perience which will help make
them better citizens and leaders
in their community in 1
years.
Answer: Yes, but if a
can be found that doesn’t
mand too much time, no harm
is done. Here again, the stu
dent must learn to budget his
time. Further, no student
Question:
Should parents
STUDIO
LI. 1-1080
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
THIS STUDENT PANEL featured lost week's Shaw PTA meeting at Shaw High.
Left to right: Gail Dunlap, Pat Moore, Ken Connell, Sue Reynolds, Larry Hall,
Molly Stillinger, Bob Vargo, and Mrs. W. H. Olson, English instructor as moderator.
have the right to tell a student expected and when they’ll
how to spend an allowance?
Answer: As a student grows
Dates
Question: Should there be a
limit to the number of dates
per week
Answer: Yes, to Friday and
Saturday nights. None normal
ly during the week because it
definitely can pull down grades.
Time Tolerance
Question: Should parents
know where a youngster is go
ing on a date and what time
he’ll be home?
Answer: Absolutely! In the
case of school functions, there’s
a definite time they’ll be over.
At Shaw, quite often dates go
to a drive-in for
eat afterwards,
crowds and slow
lips away. Many
phone their parents where
they't-the
something to
Because of
service, time
students then
are, why they’ll be later than of its importance.
This bowling league was or
ganized by Mrs. Stanley Salter,
15811 Oakhill rd. (Troop 194)
as an inter-troop activity. It is
composed of 41 Junior and Sen
ior High School Girl Scouts
from eight neighborhood
troops. They have just complet
ed an 8-week Saturday morn
ing series of cmpetitive bowl
ing. Mrs. Howard C. Jacob,
2014 Brunswick rd. wee the
co-leader (Troop 194).
later
Outside Jobs
jobs
and
Question: Do outside
conflict with activities
grades
Members of ths teams are:
Gutter Ball Gussies—Run
ner-up: Susan Taylor 245
Mary Ellen Hadsell 245 Judy
Morison 245 Peggy Lash 245
job
de­
is
“looked down upon** at Shaw
because he works.
Allowances
Foster Homes
Needed
Pamfitas needed te eero for
children supervised by the Divi
sion at Child Welfare County
Welfare Dept, urgent need for
pre-echool and adolescent chil
dren. This agency pays board,
provides clothing and medical
care. These children are not
for adoption. Applicants must
meet agency standards and pro
vide references.
Call or Write
MISS GERTRUDE KOHL
2210 Cedar Avo. TO. 1-4135
RIES FLO
RIES
home. This is bound to estab-
_____________lish a good relationship be-
olderhe’shouTd belefTmoreandj tween parents and students.
more to his own judgment as
to how to budget his allownce.
Once a student gets to college
he’s on his, own, and if he
hasn’t found out how to handle
his money by that time, he’ll[
be in trouble financially. Al
lowances depending on the
need and the family’s purse—.
should be paid regularly. Also,
allowances should not be based
on—for example—how many
dishea were washed and dried.
Further, students should un
derstand there is a certain
amount of work that should be
done at home as a matter of
duty without thought of pay.
Comunication IS IMPORTANT.
Entertaining at Home
Question: If a student has a
teen-age party at home, should
the parents be present? Should
they “join” the party?
should be
if needed
not “horn
Answer: Parents i
home and available
in emergencies, but i
in” on the fun!
Family Car
Question: If a boy wants to
use the family car, how can it
best be worked out to every
one’s satisfaction
Answer: If the family has
two ears, no one solution works
out best, but setting up a sched
ule in advance is helpful. Also,
double dating solves the prob
lem where no car is available
at a particular time.
Smoking
Question: Is smoking a major
problem at Shaw?
Answer: No. In ths first
place, school rules prohibit
smoking in the buildings and
on adjacent property owned by
the Board of Education. Sec
ondly, Shaw students do not
attempt to “force” other stu
dents to smoke. They respect
the right of the individual to
make his own decision about
smoking elsewhere. Parents can
help by telling their youngsters
to smoke in front of them if
they’re going to smoke. That
way there is no challenge and
urge to smoke loses some
Caledonia Girl Scouts To Honor
The Vikings, Bowling Champions
Caledonia Neighborhood Girl
Scout Bowling League will hold
a pot luck supper in the base
ment of Caledonia Library on
Tuesday, January 28th, at 5:30
p. m.
The Vikings. Caledonia’s
Champs to be awarded indi
vidual trophies are Jean Seery,
Gail Hartmann, Jean Kutscher,
Marcia Kruse, Carol Zimmer
man and Pat Abell. In addition,
the sports badge will be pre
snted to league bowler who
have met requirements.
Peggy Reed 245 Molly Welty
245.
Strikers: Ann Lyndall 434
Diane Muelhauser 434 Mary
Gariel 434 Sue Griffith 434
Ann McClenahen 434 Elaine
Gould 434.
Gutterbelles: Linda Ercius
129 Mary Anne Thomas 27
Barbara Bookman
Dailey 194 Karen
Betsy Kromer 194.
194 Donna
Kruse
RING it!
o
Carl C. Byers
To Speak Here
As a reward for a year of
hard work
Windermere
Club made
membership
complishments, the
Windermere decided to treat
themselves to the best. The best
in this instance is Dr. Carl C.
Byers, lecturer, entertainer,
humorist, educator and thought
prot oker.
146
Stil
245
Molly
Myles
SUBSTITUTES:
linger 27 Cindy
Marilyn Hinger 27 Eva Mueck
enberger 194.
Alleyettes: Cindy Scott 194
Sue Wingerter 194 Marty Rig
gert 194 Betsy Salter 194
Joan Jacob 194 Judy Yannetta
194 Abby Linhart 194.
Spares and Strikes Forever:
Peg Crysler 146 Kay Herman
146 Molly Bayliss 146 JoAnn
Grant 146 Ingrid Carlson 146
Linnea Strobeng 146.
Vikings: Jean Seery 749
Gail Hartmann 749 Jean Kua
scher 749 Marcia Kruse 357
Carol Zimmerman 749 Pat
Abell 749.
LEADERS and TROOPS
are: Mrs. George Gould, 3349
Syivanhuret, 434 Mrs. J. J.
Stillinger, 1001 Nelaview 27
Mrs. Milton Cornman, 3407
Lowensdale 129 Mrs. George
Kruse, 1119 Selwyn 357 Mrs.
Arthur Morison, 859 Caledonia
245 Mrs. Fred Rose, 16233
Cloviden 146 Mrs. Alfred
Hartmann, 3415 Henderson 749.
Traffic losses in the U. S.
last year cost the American
people |7*4 million dollars.
Think what good might have
resulted from an expenditure
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less, indifferent drivers.
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Carl C. Byers
Tuesday evening, January 28th.
Dinner will be served at 6:30.
A free dinner will be awarded
anyone who can sit through the
evening without joining the
audience in uninhibited hilarity.
His subject will be: “Tims Out
For Laughter.”
Reservations to GL. 1-1464 or
KE. 1-7465 by January 26th.
The ladies are invited.
Dr. Byers is well known in
Greater Cleveland as former
superintendent of the Parma
public schools. In. recognition
of his accomplishments the
Parma High School stadium
was named “Byers Field.” A
member of the Cleveland City
Club Carl Byers was a familiar
figure in its annual Anvil Re
view. Identified with the Cleve
land Welfare Federation, Com
munity Chest, Y.M.C.A. and
Rotary Dr. Byers also finds
time and talent to serve as
president of the Ridgewood
Savings and Loan Co. of Par
ma. He was a guest on Edward
P. Murrow’s “This I Believe”
program.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Norman W.
Townsend, jr. of Haddonfield,
N. J., announce the birth of
twin boys January 7th. The
sons have been named George
Burke Townsend, II, and Peter
Wakefield Townsend. The cou
ple have a daughter, Margie
Lou, IH- Mr. Townsend Is em
ployed as research director for
the Strawbridge & Clothier Co.
in Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. Will D. Pew has sold
her home at 1376 Hampton and
taken an apartment at 15978
Nelacrest rd. Her Hampton st.
home for the past 34 years was
sold to Mr. and Mrs. Don Bieck
who have been residing on
Orinoco ave.
PhD Slater of 13518 Third
ave., well known Republican
leader in Ward Three, is in
Huron Road Hospital where he
underwent surgery. Hie condi
tion is reported as good.
Mr. and Mrs. William Olson
of Caledonia ave. were in Ken
ton the first of the week visit
ing her mother who a few days
earlier fell and fractured a hip.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G.
Swaton, 30288 Truman avo.,
Wickliffe, announce the birth
of their first child, a girl, born
January 16th, and weighing
nine pounds one ounce. She has
been named Doreen Ann. Hap
py grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Francis White, 14618 Ar
denall and Mr. and Mrs. George
Swaton, 14305 Ardenall.
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