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Thursday, August 14, IMS
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I Annual Irish Day Picnic I
AND ORPHAN'S OUTING
I EUCLID BEACH PARK
I THURSDAY, AUGUST 21st—2:00 P.M.
Y Games o Races o Prizes o Irish Songs and Dances
A Free Rides for the Children
I 8 GOVERNMENT BONDS
TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE
Thsmas F. Flynn, Gsn. Chairman
Jama* Kilbana, Enfartainm.nt Chairman
Sponsored By .■
THE IRISH CIVIC ASSOCIATION
Jems* M. Lynch, Co-Chairman
John J. O'Malley, President
Catbelie War Veterans, SI. Vitus Pest 1655
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One of the high spots in Miss
Sue Werther’s summer abroad
is the two-day visit in Stock
holm, meeting uncles, aunts and
cousins on her father’s side of
the house. During her trip
abroad Miss Werther is seeing
Sweden, Denmark, Norway,
Germany, Italy, France, Bel
gium, the Netherlands and Eng
land with three Ohio Wesleyan
school mates as one group in a
contingent of 60 students mak
ing a Student A Broad tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Odin Werther
plan to meet their daughter
when she arrives at Montreal
on August 27th. Accompany
ing them will be her sister,
Mrs. Elsie Philpott who with
her father, Carl E. Carlson,
of Gadsden, Ala., are visiting
the Werders who live at 2087
Alton rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hillman,
1808 Stanwood rd., are home
from a ten week’s trip to Wales,
visiting Mr. Hillman’s rela
tives. While in London for a
few days, Mrs. Hillman fell,
splintering a bone in a leg and
came home wearing a cast.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cowles
of Windermere st. are visiting
their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. David Mclnich in
Los Angeles, Cal.
Recovering from a heart at
tack suffered three weeks ago,
J. Daniel Woodley of 13716
Femwood rd. is doing nicely
at Huron Road Hospital.
Carol Diane Nagel and San
dr* Pietreo are spending this
week at Camp Sancta Maria
near Akron, a Knights of Col
umbus sponsored camp pro
gram. Both attend Christ the
King School. Accompanying
Carol to camp Sunday were
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Nagel and brother, Fred, 1845
Hastings ave., and Mrs. Eliza
beth Mangekiam. Sandra’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Piet
reo, 1827 Grasmere, motored
her to camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Cargill of Has
tings ave. have as their house
guests this week, Mrs. Car
gill’s cousins, Miss Patricia
Dawson and Miss Becky Mc
Griffin of Columbus.
East Cleveland Finance Di
rector G. T. Apthrop and Mrs.
Apthrop flew to San Francisco
on Wednesday from where they
motor to southern California.
They will visit their son,
Thomas and family in Los
Angeles and then go to Sunny
vale where their son, Lt. Com
mander Grant Apthrop U.S.N.
is presently based. Lt. Com
mander Apthrop is on sub
marine duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schind
ler and son, Donald jr. of 1776
Hayden ave. and Mrs. Schind
ler’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Novel Jones are vacationing at
Deep Creek, Md.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Rhodes, 14227 Orinoco ave., a
boy, Gary Francis, August 1st.
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Gardeners
Go A-Visiting
What more pleasing activity
for gardeners than visiting oth
er gardens. This is what mem
bers of the Hilltop Garden Club'
wil do prior to their meeting
Wednesday, August 20th. The
caravan of cars will make a
stop at Fair Oaks rd., South
Euclid, to visit Mrs. Frank Sil
lag’s garden before journeying
on to Old Plank rd., Chagrin
Falls, to see Mrs. Norman
Heimer’s garden. Here they
will be served tea by Mrs.
Heimer and the assisting host
esses, Mrs. Earl Chamberlain
and Mrs. Norman Gascoigne.
This getting together will
also provide an hour in which
to further plans for the usual
September show. Discussing the
sections which will present the
modern trend, the traditional,
the Victorian, the Early Ameri
can ad the Colorama, will be
Mrs. Bruce Gottron, Mrs. Earn
est Masto, Mrs. William Strong
and Mrs. Lester Symes.
The usual birthday meeting
of the Sunny Monday club is
held on the third Monday of
each month. But this month the
club, together with other Gold
en Agers around the county will
be guests of the Cleveland Or
chestra at a special Pop Con
cert on that date, the 25th.
Therefore, the local birthday
observance will be hel^ this
coming Monday, the 18th. The
Pop Concert begins at 1:30 and
the doors at Public Auditorium
open at 12:30.
The Golden Agers provide
their own transportation to the
auditorium.
Berea Fair. That is the
watchword this week for East
District Camp Fire and Blue
Bird groups. Nancy Novak and
Joan Parsh of Ke-Yo-Kwa Club
are members of the Junior Fair
Board of the Cuyahoga County
Fair Association and Nancy will
be one of the attendants at to
night’s coronation of the Queen.
Camp Fire Blue Birds have
an extensive display of their
many projects and they invite
all fair visitors to inspect it.
They also hope to walk off with
some of the many awards to be
mqfie in various departteents of
the fair.
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Foot Notes!
by
FRANK
FERRATO
Will Foot Health
Be Improved By
Talking About It?
In a way, yes. I would not
say that mere talk has reduced
the death rate caused by tuber
*culosis -but I do belifve that the
educational program of the Tu
berculosis Association has saved
many lives by uprooting the old
custom of labeling tuberculosis
"Consumptive" and shutting them
up to die.
Talk will not cure cancer
either, but discussing early signs
of the disease will lead to many
early diagnoses and cures.
I believe that this decade will
be known in health education
history as the most productive in
foot health thinking in 300 years,
because modem young parents
are studying the subject and dis
cussing what they read. Bunions,
hammer toes, coms, callouses
and even a large percentage of
weak feet are rooted in ignor
ance and ignorance cannot
withstand the light of intelligent
discussion.
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Mr.
Cn^a^emenb (Reflects On Her AFS
Atchison-Tripepi
and Mrs. Lloyd J. Atchi­
son, 3399 Lownesdale rd., an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carol, to Donald Tri
pepi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dom
enic Tripepi, 1185 Melbourne
rd.
Don is serving with the
armed forces and is stationed
at Fort Knox, and Carol is at
tending Bowling Green State
University. No date has
set for the wedding.
After this convention Miss
Londregan attended the Ballet
i Theatre School and also took
advance instructions from Bob
Hamilton and June Taylor, both
of TV fame.
Miss Londregan Is a member
of Dance Masters of Ohio,
Dance Masters of America
The Cecchetti Council
America.
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ORNER SHAW and HAYDEN In EAST
(Continued from page 1)
(Continued from nawe IT
Referring again to the po
tatoes, Farmer Jensma places
fluorescent tubes next to the
seed potatoes so their sprouts
will be a good blue, instead of
white.
All is not work. There seems
to be much visiting back and
forth among relatives. An aunt
has given a tea dance for
Minna who has also attended
dances in town with her new
friends, as well as fairs and
other entertainments. One time
she saw children putting on a
puppet
popular
area.
been
Wilkosky-Caldwell
is
An October wedding
planned by Janice Wilkosky and
Ronald Caldwell.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mrs. Andrew Wilkosky, 2789
Noble rd., attended Shaw High
School. Mr. Caldwell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Caldwell,
24550 Glenbrook blvd., is a
graduate of Euclid High School.
Dance Instructor
Adds To Training
Noreen Londregan whose
dance studio is located at 13929
i Euclid ave., has conducted three
i weeks of extensive study in
connection with the Dance Mas
ters of America eastern region
al convention in New York City.
After one week of normal
'school, two days were devoted
ito all phases of ballroom danc
ing and the balance of the ses
sions were given over to con
vention activities. In all classes,
I technique and methods of teach
iing were stressed.
show in the street, a
entertainment in that
visit to a Planetarium
On a
Minna saw an example of old
world mastery in craftmanship.
tern in which the planets change
position as they actually change
in our solar system. “It is still
running after 178 years,” she
exclaims.
One food Minna has intro
duced to her family is popcorn,
sent to her from home. Do they
like it? “Laker, moi, herlich”
thank you, which means “Its
heavenly.”
Speaking of the children,
Minna writes: “It is strange
the way people can do things
just the opposite of what one
thinks is best, and seem to be
just fine. For instance, the
children are given candy, cook
ies and tea every day,
they’re not spoiled.
“I finally understand
they reclaim land from
ocean right here.” Minna
her diary. “We climbed up the
side of the dyke and I expected
to view a roaring ocean and a
beach. Instead I saw grass and
stakes dotting the quiet water
into squares. The water was
really mud. The rivers carry
the clay (it’s 40% clay soil
here) to the sea. The tides
bring it back and carry it out
again. The stakes are driven
in to keep the clay from going
back to the ocean ... and so the
Miss Laura Catherine Bow
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Bowman, 14685 Elder
wood ave., has been accepted
for admission to the four-year
program of the University of
Cincinnati College of Nursing
and Health. Miss Bowman is a
1958 graduate of Shaw High
School. Graduates of the college
are awarded both the bachelor
of science degree and the di
ploma of graduate nurse.
and
of
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Cirino, 1321 Shawview ave., a
boy, Anthony Joseph, August
rd.
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land is built. In the Zuider Zee
they can’t do this because there
is no tide there. It is a large
lake, now where they have to
build dykes out into it to pump
the water out.
Three days between leaving
The Hague and arriving at Lee
warden were sightseeing days
for the AFS students in that
area. Minna found it interest
ingto exchange experiences and
hear comments from the young
people of different places.
Following this three-day per
iod, Minna writes: “There was
a point when I felt I was get
ting too much personal satisfac
tion from this trip—that I was
using the community’s money
to help only myself. I thought
I could not pass on my enrich
ing experience to anyone else.
But when we (the AFS group)
met in Anheim I found that a'
lot of the others haven’t writ-1
ten in their diaries at all. Maybe!
I was just fortunate to have
had the time.
Minna’s detailed jottings will
enable her to refresh her memory
and recall her experiences and
reactions and deductions when
she reports to her community. In
fact, the articles being carried
by the Leader are a part of her
report.
and
how
the
tells
Campus
Echoes
Ann Schuff, 1841 Grasmere,
a Junior at Heidelberg College
will be one of a panel of four
students who will discuss Hei
delberg at a tea to be held
Sunday, August 24th in the
home of Mrs. Harold Boehm,
3923 Orchard rd., Cleveland
Heights. Purpose of the tea,
sponsored by the Heidelberg
College Women’s Club of
Cleveland, is to acquaint in
coming freshman women stu
dents and prospective students
with life at this Ohio college.
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lor rd.
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