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Mail Addresses
814 East 152nd Street
Phone: GLenville 1-4383
14600 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
6,589 Get
Free Chest
X-Ray Here
The free cheat x-ray pro
gram for 1958 has drawn to a
close in East Cleveland and
according to reports issued by
Miss Louise Barthold, chairman
of the survey, it was a success
ful venture.
In a public statement re
leased by Miss Barthold, it was
noted that a total of 6,589
persons in East Cleveland took
advantage of the chest x-ray
program while the units were
located here.
Miss Barthold pointed out
that while the total taking ad
vantage of the program this
year was somewhat below that
of last year, the result is most
satisfactory. It indicated to
authorities she sayqs that
there were still many persons
who are interested in protect
ing their own health as well
as protecting the health of the
community in general.
The committee chairman
praised all the volunteers who
assisted during the time the
units were located in East
Cleveland and said that it was
her feeling that a survey such
as this one could not possibly
succeed without the devoted
assistance and support of these
volunteer workers.
Dr. James P. Winkler, di
rector of health of East Cleve
land, said that he was quite
pleased with the way that
people had turned out for the
free chest x-rays. He said that
he would have been more
pleased had the goal of 7,500
been reached but that those
who did participate in the pro
gram indicated a general feel
ing of the value of chest x-rays
in the tracking down of tu
Dr. Winkler pointed out that
all persons who took advantage
of the free health program
would be getting reports of
the results of their individual
x-ray within a matter of a few
weeks. He said that all of the
films taken in the East Cleve
land area are now being read
and studied by a staff of highly
trained physicians at the Coun
ty Tuberculosis Clinic and that
just as soon as the results
could be tabulated the cards
would be mailed to all who par
Mr. William Lewis, Public
Relations Chairman for the
Anti-Tuberculosis League, re
ported that last year of the
6,855 x-rays taken here, 6,552
were satisfactory 27 suspect
ed cases of tuberculosis were
revealed 119 non-tuberculous
chests were listed and diagno
sis was deferred on 125 x
rays, pending further study.
Both Police And
Firemen Answer
This Auto Call
Both police and fire depart
ment were called into action
when an auto failed to nego
tiate a curve on Elm ave. about
2:30 p. m. June 8th. The west
bound vehicle, driven by Cinto
Ferraccioli, 787 East 154th st.,
jumped the curb, traleved 64
feet along tne tree lawn, and
took a sudden turn directly
across the road when it felled
a No Stop sign. Riding over the
toppled sign caused a leak in
the gas tank, and when the car
came to a stop against a
house at 14902 Elm, the Sta
tion No. 2 fire department had
to be summoned to treat the
spilled gasoline to avoid a pos
sible fire.
Missionary From
India Speaks Here
The Rev. Charles Springer,
S.T.M., a United Lutheran mis
sionary to India will be the
guest preacher at Calvary
Lutheran Church, Eucli| at
Lockwood aves., Tuesday, No
vember 15th at the 10:45 a. m.
worship service.
Volume No, 19—No. 22
The East Cleveland Branch
of the American Red Cross
sposored a volunteer training
course for East Cleveland
women interested in working in
the Community Blood Program.
Held in co-operation with the
Red Cross Blood Program and
the Volunteer Service Group of
the Greater Cleveland Chapter,
the training class took place at io
Tem Toohig
the lad’s prompt action undoubt
edly averted what could have
been a serious matter for ten
ants of the 1810 VanBuren apart
ment building.
Tom stepped into the build
ing to deliver i s morning
Traffic Accident
Results In Suit
An aftermath of ttye traffic
accident at Superior-Euclid in
tersection January 9th when
two Superior School girls were
struck down by an automobile
is a suit for $100,000 filed
against the estate of Arthur
Rondini, by the law firm of
Harrison, Spangenberg & Hull
in the name of Dawn Therai
ault, 7.
Mr. Ferraccioli, his wife
infant child, miracuously
caped injury.
Dawn and Gaye Knapp were
struck by the Rondini auto
when it went out
when Rondini, 66,
to have suffered
while driving east
ave. He died two hours later at
Huron Road Hospital.
Since his graduation
the seminary in 1951,
Springer has served in Tarlu
pad and Narrusarauutet, India.
While on furlough home, he
has been a student at Yale Di
vinity School, receiving his
master of Sacred Theology de
gree from there on Monday,
June 9th.
of control
is believed
a stroke
on Euclid
The petition claims the driver
was negligent in failing to
yield right-of-way, failing to
keep his auto under reasonable
control and failing to keep a
good lookout.
Mr. Rondini was proprietor
of the restaurant of his name
at 15532 Euclid ave.
Dawn, daughter of Mrs. Bon
nie Theriault, 13404 Euclid dve.,
allegedly had injuries to her
right eye, both legs, ankles and
hips and is still under treat
Gaye Kapp is daughter of
the Gerald Kapps, of 1674 Au
burndale rd.
Both girls were able to re-
ihe family returns to theirjturn to Superior School just
station in India next month. 'before closing of the term.
"“1 7'7
COMMUNITY BLOOD PROGRAM courses have been completed by women who
will now serve as aides at the East Cleveland Blood Donor stations. Mrs. William
Towner models as a donor with Mrs. John Streck, R.N. at her side as (left to right)
observing are: Mrs. Kenneth Watkins, Mrs. George Riley, Mrs. Fred Chorman,
Mrs. Julius Vago, Mrs. Clarence Orwig, Mrs. Harry Mason.
Prepare For Blood Donor Service
necessary to qualify as Com
munity Blood Program Aides:
Mrs. Harry Mason, 1196 Ben
der ave. Mrs. C. Orwig, 14716
Dover ave. Mrs. George Riley,
14637 Savannah ave. Mrs. Wil
liam Towner, 1894 Rosemont
rd. and Mrs. Julius Vago,
14213 Orinoco ave. The group
accepted immediate assignments
to fill urgently needed volunteer
uu urgwmy ueeueu vuiuuucw
the Chapter headquarters, 1227 positions in bloodmobile visits
Prospect ave. to the East Cleveland area.
The following East Cleveland Mrs. Kenneth Watkins, 14641
women received instructions i Savannah ave., a long time
Carrier, 13, Alerts Police To Gas
Leak In Early Morning Hours
At 13, Tom Toohig acts in alpapers. On the second floor he
hurry and in the right directionlsmelled gas. In a flash he was
when the need arises. The needloff to City Hall to alert the
popped up Monday morning andlpolice. Within a brief space of
time the East Ohio Gas Co. serv
ice crew had shut off the gas
and located a leak in the house
line. One of the crewmen com
mented: “Lucky no one struck
a match.”
As far as could be ascertained,
but one of the 16 adult tenants
had left for work at that early
hour, and many of the other 15
were still asleep.
Tom remains calm amidst the
praises being heaped upon him
for quick and calm response. As
one tenant puts it: “Someone
would surely have been hurt.”
Tom is the eldest of the six
children of Mr. and Mrs. Maur
ice Toohig of 1902 Rosemont rd.
He will be in the eighth grade
at St. Philomena’s School this
fall and he is an altar boy and
sings in the choir at his church.
Softball fans will remember
him as the catcher for 1957 Lit
tle League Firemen champions
and the lad who, when out
for a month after being hit with
a ball bat, was more concerned
about his team’s standing than
his own injuries. This year Tom
is catching with Bob Kennedy’s
Pony League entry.
Wkat.6 btity
and coffee at Manse Group
festival, First Presbyterian
Church, Friday, June
starting at 6:30 p. m., 16200
Euclid ave.
F.O.P.A. Plan A
Dance June 18th
Plans are being made by
Cyrus Ross, chairman of the
Special Events Committee of
the Fraternal Order of
Associates No. 41 for a
part program June 18th at the
V.F.W. Post 1500 Home, 18403
Euclid ave.
The evening will start off
with a buffet supper to be
served at 7:30 p. m. This will
be followed by a stage show and
the evening concludes with
dancing to VoIPs Band.
In a brief, to be tucked in
business item, nominations will
be made to select two represen
tatives to the state convention
to be held in Cincinnati on
July 20th, 21st, and 22nd.'
East Cleveland, Ohio
blood program volunteer, was
responsible for recruiting the
members for this class. Mrs.
Fred H. Chorman, Acting Chair
man of the East Cleveland
Branch, attended the class for
orientaiion in the blood pro
gram in order that she may as
sist on blood visits as a Nurse’s
Mrs. Watkins is presently re
cruiting for another such class
to be held June 23rd at Win
dermere Methodist Church,
Holyoke ave. entrance, from
10:30 to 2:30 p. m. Lunch will
be provided by the Red Cross
Any interested women may
attend. Any questions will be
answered by Mrs. Watkins, PO.
1-7091 Mrs. Chorman, PO. 1
8979, or Branch Services, Red
Cross, SU. 1-1800.
Heights DeMolay
Fo Install Friday
The ninety fifth public instal
lation of officers for the
Heights Chapter of DeMolay
will be held at Heights Masonic
at Lee and Mayfield
George W. McKee
First Preceptor, Donald
Reichard Second Preceptor,
William Linhard Third Pre
ceptor, Ralph Carbaugh Fourth
Preceptor, Thomas Chakford
Fifth Preceptor, Dale Collins
Sixth Preceptor, Bayard Geis
Seventh Preceptor, Fred Couch.
Standard Bearer, Jim Eccles
ton Almoner, Da rid Barner
Sentinel, James Papp Parli
mentarian, Richard Hennie.
Yummy! Strawberry
Shortcake And Coffee
The Manse Group of First
Presbyterian Church is serving
shortcake and coffee at a fes
tival at the church, 16200 Eu
clid ave., Friday, June 13th,
starting at 6:30 p. m. The pub
lic is invited. K vr
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East Cleveland Leader
Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Tag Day Plans
To Be Made At
Meeting Tonight
A very important meeting of
the East Cleveland Little
Leagues, Inc. managing person
nel has been scheduled tonight
at the City Hall at 8:30 p.m.
Final plans for the annual
Tag Day to be held on Satur
day, June 21st will be an
nounced by Dr. William Morris
who is
the chairman for the
entire East Cleveland
well as the Cleveland
The i
area as
Heights homes in the East
Cleveland School District will
be covered in a house-to-house
canvas. Collections will be
made by the players in their
respective team uniforms in an
effort to raise funds which are
necessary to meet the financial
requirements of the ECLLI.
We hope everyone will do his
part to support this worthwhile
organization which provides
summer basevall activity for
more than 500 East Cleveland
"Train Child To
Play Away From
Few Ohio motorists realize
that June is one of the heaviest
months for traffic deaths. Last
year in Ohio there were
compared to 161 in May,
170 in July. Almost two
of three June fatalities
curred in rural areas, accord
ing to Chief H. S. Weaver.
Last June there were 13
youthful pedestrians killed in
traffic. Undoubtedly, most of
these accidents occurred inside
of communities. The Chief
urged that all drivers keep
their speed below the posted
legal limit in residential areas.
Youngsters are out of school
now. They are free of the
restraint of school-boy patrol
and crossing guards. They
sometimes make the mistake
of feeling that the quiet resi
dential street on which few
vehicles travel is a good place
to play.
Stanley Smiths Will
Be Far And Wide For
The Next Two Months
California and Japan are com
mon words in the Stanley Smith
family of 1841 Rosalind ave.
That is where the members of
the family will be the next two
months or so. The westward
trek begins Saturday when son
brother Kevin and sister Sharon.
During their month’s stay they
will attend a family reunion on
Mrs. Smith’s side of the family
and visit kin in several cities
along the coast.
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Being installed as Master
Councilor is George W. McKee.
George is a June graduate from
Euclid Senior High School. He
resides at 2*4421 Glenbrook blvd.
in Beverly Hills.
on Friday, June
p. m.
BAKE SALE, Phillips
nue Presbyterian Church,
urday, June 14th, 1:00 to
p. m.
Other officers to be installed
Senior Councilor, Roland E.
Minogue Junior Councilor, Carl
W. Steinfurth Treasurer, Vic
tor Nelson Scribe, Roger Ditty
Chaplain, Russell Croucher
Senior Deacon, Raymond
Yuhasz Junior Deacon, Larry
Davis Marshal, Gordon Strodt
beck Orator, Wayne Theid
Senior Stewart, John Bebdek
Junior Steward, David Williams.
16, leaves with a
stopover at Grand
He will be in Los
to meet his mother,
On July 11th Mrs. Smith will
be in Seattle, Washington, to
meet her husband for a flight to
Japan where they will spend a
month with his father, a retired
Methodist minister now a pro
fessor of economics in Kobe
University. .Enroute home they
will have a stopover in Honolulu.
The family will be united
about mid-August for the re
turn trip to East Cleveland and
conversation should lack no
topics after such varied ex
Friends will be occupying the
Smith residence during the va
cation time.
Damage Convertable
Marian E. Walters, 1783
Lakeview rd., reports the theft
of wheels and tires from her
Mercury convertible sometime
between 2:00 and 7:25 a. m.
June 8th. A hole had been cut
in the car top in an attempt
to remove the rear seat, an at
tempt had been made to remove
the radio, and screws on the
spotlight had been loosened.
Born to Mr. and Mra. Michael
Ichrist, jr., 14620 Euclid ave.,
a boy, Jeffery Wayne, May 23rd.
Dance Tonight
On Sun Deck
Good news for dancers.
Tonight, fair skies prevail
ing, there will be the first
Thursday night dance of the
season on the sun deck of the
bath house at Shaw Pool.
Recreation Director Roy
Wisecup announces the dances
from 8:00 to 10:00 o’clock
with the invitation to all East
Clevelanders. Recordings will
provide the music.
Vacation Bible
Schools Ready
Hope Evangelical Lutheran
Church, 2222 Taylor rd., will
will be no enrollment fee, but
an offering will be taken each
The Windermere Methodist
Church is holding its Bible
School from June 16th through
27th. The theme this year is
“Jesus,” concentrating on his
life and surroundings. The di
rector, Mrs. David Baumgart
ner, announces the school’s very
fine staff. Department superin
tendents are Mrs. Charles La
Ganke, Miss Joanne Millard, and
Mrs. Cherry. The school will be
in session from 9:30 to 12:00
each week day. Many worth
while activities are planned for
children from age 4 to 12 (those
who have completed sixth grade
in the public school).
Nursery, kindergarten, pri
mary, junior and intermediate
classes will be set up at Vaca
tion Bible School at the Church
of the Nazarene, 1550 Hayden
ave. at Claiborne rd. The school
opens Monday, June 16th and
continues through the 27th
from 9:00 to 11:30 week days.
Registration, open to children
from age 3 to 6 can be made
by calling GL. 1-8626 or
day morning before the
Louis L. Matson, manufactur
ing specifications engineer with
Large Lamp Products Produc
tion Engineering at Nela Park
will retire July 1st with a 39
years and seven months service
Mr. Matson joined General
Electric Co. following his grad
uation from Ohio State Univer
sity from which he holds
Louis L. Matson
bachelor of electric engineering
degree and a professional E.E.
degree. In 1935 he was awarded
General Electric’s Coffin Award
for outstanding achievement.
During World War I Matson
served with the U. S. Army and
in World War II days he was
active in the East Cleveland
Civil Defense program.
Interested in both amateur
dramatics and music, Mr. Mat
son was a member of the former
Coilamere Players and appeared
at Cain Park. One of the as
sociations at Nela that he will
miss is the Nela Park Men’s
Chorus with which he was both
a singer and the director.
Mr. Matson and his wife,
Kathleen, reside at 1880 Wy
more ave. and their son, Robert,
who is with the Cleveland Or
chestra, resides with his wife
and two children on Shaw ave.
A trip now and then is an
ticipated by the Matsons, now
that time allows for more
leisurely traveling, and the bags
they will carry are the gifts
his associates at
i., I from
d. I Park.
14.100 Circulation Guaranteed Thi ursday, June 12, 1958
Vacation Bible School
June 16th through June
Monday through Friday,
9:30 to 12:00 a. m. There
Children four years old and
up may be enrolled by calling
the church office, ER 1-5252.
Dr. Homer C. Alexander
Dr. Alexander
Chairman Of
YMCA Board
The new chairman of the
East Cleveland YMCA board of
directors is Dr. Homer C. Alex
ander who during his fifteen
years’ association at the Y has
seen it expand from a dwelling
occupancy to its own modern
building at 1831 Lee blvd.
Dr. Alexander is succeeding
Mr. Sterling Apthorp, an 18
year board member who has
been its chairman for the past
five years.
Dr. Alexander served as pub
licity chairman for the
Cleveland Y when the
building was dedicated in
uary of 1956.
Mrs. W. P. Wilhoyte
supervise the school. All
dren are welcome.
Louis Matson
Retires July 1st
From Nela Park
The chief also urged
parents of small children
train them to play inside
the sidewalk—that is, as far
away from the street proper
as possible. Then there will
be less chance that the young
ster may innocently stray into
the street and be hurt.
“Drive with care. Keep alert
where children are playing,”
urges Weaver.
He was chairman of the Chil
dren’s Dental Health Day of the
Cleveland Dental Society in
1950 and 1951, has been a mem
ber of the Council of Cleveland
Dental Society for two decades
and during the past year has
been chairman of its Dental
Health Education committee.
He served on the faculty of the
School of Dentistry at Western
Reserve University for ten
Long active in Kiwanis, he
was the East Cleveland club’s
president in 1951 and his inter
est in the public schools has
been evident through his PTA
activities one of which was
president of the active Shaw
High School PTA unit in 1957.
Another expression of his in
terest in youth and the part
they play in today’s world has
been shown through his mem
bership of the East Cleveland
American Field Service Com
mittee of which he was chair
man in 1957.
The East Cleveland YMCA
is one of the allfamily interests
among the Alexanders. Dr.
Alexander’s wife, Marion, long
active in the Y Mothers Club is
currently its president. Their
sons, Alan, student at Ohio
Wesleyan University Charles
at Shaw High School and John
at W. H. Kirk Jr. High, have
Y campers. Chuck has served as
a camp cabin leader.-
Busy Days For
Mrs. Russell Reeves
Holding top offices in church
groups keeps Mrs. Russell
Reeves of the Phillips Avenue
Presbyterian Church living in
a suitcase for practically the
rest of the month. From June
17th to the 20th as vice presi
dent of the Ohio Synodical,
Mrs. Reeves will attend the
Synodical Society of Ohio ses
sions at College of Wooster,
moving on to Muskingum Col
lege campus for the weekend
of 20th-22nd for another Syn
odical session. June 26th will
find Mrs. Reeves and Mrs.
Roscoe Varble of the Phillips
Avenue parsonage at Purdue
University for the Quadrennial
meeting of the National Wo
men’s Association. v
With the appointment of
eight new faculty members
Monday, June 9th, Dr. O. J.
Korb, superintendent of schools
announces that but two addi
tional appointments are ex
pected to be needed to meet the
complement of 226 instructors
required for the coming school
year. This will be four above the
number employed this past
school year. There have been
six retirements and 31 resig
nations in the 1957-58 staff.
One retirement was accepted
by the school board Monday
night, that of Miss Elizabeth
Ort, teacher of languages at
Shaw High. Miss Ort plans to
remain in East Cleveland and
hopes to have much time for
reading. She is a graduate of
Wittenberg College.
The four resignations were:
Miss Marilyn Conrath of Cale
donia and Miss Diane Drake of
Prospect School. Miss Conrath
is returning to her home in
Youngstown, due to illness in
her family and her friend, Miss
Drake is accompanying her.
Mrs. Nancy Kender Knight and
Mrs. Cynthia Metcalf are leav
ing the teaching field.
The board approved the ap
pointment of Ronald Schwartz
to the evening hour duty at
Caledonia Playground.
A hearing on the estimated
1959 budget will be held Mon
day, July 14th, the date of the
regular July meeting of the
board. Mrs. Ruth Morin, clerk
treasurer presented the tenta
tive budget of $2,535,150. The
estimated expenditure for this
year is $2,339,848. The school
tax is 16.88 mills, one of the
lowest in the county.
Commenting on his
YMCA responsibilities,
Alexander stated it is his desire
to assist the Y in continuing
and improving its services to
the East Cleveland Community
through every possible channel.
Particularly interested in the
young boys, he says: “I con
sider the greatest usefulness
of the Young Men’s Christian
Association is reaching the boys
who are in need of the YMCA
influence, and who are now not
under that influence.”
Dr. Alexander steps into his
new community service post
with a broad experience. He is
a member of the Official Board
of Windermere Methodist
Church, has been the superin
tendent of its Church School
and active on its various com
Upon the recommendation of
N. F. Leist, assistant to the
superintendent, the board trans
ferred the pupil insurance from
the Mutual of Wausaw to Na
tional Insurance Co. The former
company is no longer carrying
this type of insurance, it was
stated. The cost of the insur
ance will be $2.00 per policy, an
increase of 20c. Coverage is the
Mr. Leist recommended cus
todial and maintenance appoint
ments for the summer, the list
including faculty men, former
Shaw boys home from college
and present Shaw pupils, as
Donald Drebus, Jack Elston,
Dennis Rogers, Kenneth Con
nell, Richard Vaughn, Jack
Moore, William Slade, David
Fraser, Robert Edwards, Robert
Hamilton, Robert Vecchio, Louis
Chulick, Thomas Meinhardt,
William Morgan, Joseph Bon
gorno, Robert Chaunce, Nicho
les Cortese, Fred Parsh, David
Aument, Douglas Folckemer.
Teacher Complement
For .Coming School
Year About Filled
of schools, the board approved
the employment of the follow
ing new teachers
Mrs. Jean Bayer, 1558 Ed
dington rd., who has her B.S.
in education from Ohio State
University and graduate work
credits at both Ohio State Uni
versity and Pennsylvania. She
has six years teaching experi
ence, and will teach kinder-,
garten at Rozelle Elementary
Mrs. Jean Given Gum, 1866
Garfield rd., four years teach
ing experience in West Virginia,
plus substitute experience here,
will teach at Rozelle. She has
her A.B. degree from
Virginia Wesleyan.
Mrs. Toba Jeffery will
English at Kirk Jr.
School. Mrs. Jeffery attended
Ohio University, New York
University and has her degree
from Western Reserve. She re
sides at 15457 Euclid ave.
Mrs. Marguerite Mulhern,
3379 Spangler rd., will teach
mathematics at* Kirk, coming
with 14 years teaching experi
ence. Half of these were in
Auburn, Ind. and the balance
under the Cleveland Board of
Mrs. Ruth Walter,
Winsford rd., who has
teaching at Caledonia
1955 and who did not
the full 1957-58 year, is return
ing to that school this fall. She
is a Heidelberg College gradu
Miss Mary Helen White,
12504 Gruss ave., who will be
graduated from Kent State
University in August, has been
assigned to Prospect School.
Miss Jocelyn H. Weimer, of
Youngstown, who finished her
graduate work at Western Re
serve University this year, will
teach English and Latin at
Shaw High School. Miss Weim
er did her undergraduate work
at Reserve, also.
Mrs. Laura McGrew Hunter
comes to an elementary as
signment (to be decided), from
Cuyahoga Heights School where
she has taught for the past
five years. She is a graduate
of Bob Jones University, Green
ville, S. C. and has a summer’s
work at Western Reserve Uni
versity. Mrs. Hunter graduated
from Shaw in 1948.
Moose Swiss Steak
Dinner June 14th
The Collinwood Lodge of the
Loyal Order of Moose are hav
ing a Swiss Steak Dinner on
Saturday, June 14th, and the
public is invited. The dinner will
be served from 6 to 9 at 763
East 152nd st., next to the new
Northeast Branch of the YMCA.
Miss Jeanne W. Fischer
appointed payroll clerk,
ceeding Mrs. Greenwood,
signed. Miss Shirley Ann
Blang was named switchboard
operator, filling the vacancy
caused by the death of Mrs.
Angeline Francis.
The Collinwood Lodge Annual
Picnic will be held on Sunday,
June 29th at the Italian-Amer
ican grounds in Willoughby.
Upon the recommendation of. This is a family picnic and all
Dr. O. W. Korb, superintendent Moose friends are invited.
members into spotlight: Seated—Jerry A. Weiss, deputy
district governor, and J. Daniel Woodley, president.
Standing—Robert D. V. Thompson, recording secretary
Leroy Ede, treasurer Chris Grammes, first vice presi
dent Gaius Seibert, retiring president.
New Lions Club Officers
is J.
New president of the
Club of East Cleveland
Daniel Woodley of 13716
wood ave. Mr. Woodley
into the office with an unusual
background, thirty years ex
perience in the Lions Club
whose objective follows the pat
tern of the National Sight
A draftsman by profession,
Woodley is employed by the
Euclid Crape & Hoist Co. He is
married, the father of two
daughters and,
proudly adds,
brings these
“the grandparents of four
Installation of the club’s new
officers took place Tuesday,
June 3rd at a dinner at Owen's
Plantation at which the ladies
were the guests. Installing of
ficer was Dirstrict Deputy
Gqvernor Jerry Weiss, who also
installed Chris Grammes, first
vice president Willard L. Lamb,
second rice president Robert
D. V. Thompson, jr., secretary
Roy Ede (re-elected), treasurer
Robert Coates, Lion Tamer
Gaius A. Seibert, Tail Twister.
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