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Thursday, September 11, 1958
COLLINWOOD
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
(East 154th M. at School AveJ
Rev. Newton D. Kelly
Minister
Sunday School .... 9:30
Worship Service .. 10:45
St. Janes Lutheras
Church
(United Lutheran Church in America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER
9:30 A.M.
Church School
10:45 A.M.
Worship Service
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
ROBERT H. SECRIST Pasloi
9:30 A.M.—Church School
w
10:45 A.M.—Morning
Worship
u- YOU
ARE WELCOME
Windermere
Methodist Church
Euclid Avenue at Holyoke
THURMAN F. ALEXANDER
FRANK MARLETT
Ministers
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship,
10:45
It. Hi Youth Fellowship
6:00 F.M
PM
Sr Hi Youth Fellowship 7:00
Whitefield Fellowship, 7:00
EVERYONE WELCOME
P.M.
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1890—Your Family Church
the Heart of East Cleveland
Church
School
Nursery
Cars
During
Church
Morning
Worship
KVCUD at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Sermon Topic:
"The Mountain's Round About"
Minister:
DR. LeROY LAWTHER
St. Paul's Episcopal
Cburck
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland. Ohio
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Rev. Canoe Laurence H. Halt
Rector
AM.—Holy Communion.
8:00
10:00
A.M.—Morning Prayer
and Sermon
10:00
A.M.—Church School
Nursery through
Primary
The
Salvation Army
823 East 152nd St.
SUNDAY
11 A.M., 3 P.M.. 7:30 P.M.
BRIGADIER
REGINALD
CLEVETT
Commander of all
Salvation Army work
in Mexico
Will Speak
Film and Lecture on work
in Mexico at 3 P.M.
All Are Welcome
Hobby-Puleo
Mrs. B.
E. Shackleton, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Nancy L. Hobby, 1292
{East 141st st., to- Julius K.
I Puleo, son of Mr. and Mrs.
—Plioto by Harry Flynn
Washington, D. C., will be the
new home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
]ert J. Kelly who were married
Saturday, September 6th at St.
i Philomena’s Church. Mr. Kelly
i will be employed there with the
I Navy Department.
I The Papal blessing was be
stowed upon the couple and fol
glowing the nuptial mass they
I visited the Ursuline College
campus, the bride’s alma mater,
where a benediction ceremony
was held in their honor.
The new Mrs. Kelly is the
former Eileen E. Donahue, band
(daughter of Mrs. James Dona- Force
hue, 1423 East 135th st. She from
chose for her wedding a full land,
length ivory satin gown with
Chantilly lace bodice and lace
insets in the skirt. Orange blos
some formed the headpiece
which held her finger-tip veil
land she carried a bouquet of
white orchids.
The bride’s twin sister, Mrs.
James R. Gillespie attended
her as matron of honor and
(Donna Grisez was bridesmaid.
I They wore cocktail length
sheaths of emerald gren taf
I reta and feather headpieces,
Their bouquets were yellow
mums.
Mr. Kelly, the son of Mr. and
:Mrs. Maurice Kelly, 17119 En
jdora rd., had George Verran
neau as his best man and
I George Basik and James R.
Donahue as ushers.
The wedding reception was
u held at the Town House Motel.
-Mr. Kelly is a graduate of
Ohio State University.
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First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
Rev.
Wm. 9. Wilhayte
Pastor
Wayne Speakman
A.M.
10:45
MYSTERY'
"LIFE. ITS
P.M.
7:30
Message by the Pastor
Sunday
School .......... 9:45 AM
Sunday
SannoB .... 10:45 A.M
Sunday
QUALIFIED TEACHERS
INSPIRATIONAL MUSIC
NURSERY CARE
We believe the Bible to be the
infallible Word of God, the only
rule for faith and practice.
9:45 A.M
Hayden Avenue Baptist Church
Comer Haydep and Second Avenues
REV. DONALD B. WOODBY, Pastor!
Evening .... 7:30 PM
This Sunday Is Rally Day
In Sunday School
CLASSES FOR ALL AGES
'lAJeddincp a entente
The bride, given in marriage
by her father had chosen a
bridal
rd.
Sam Puleo, 620 Bishop
rd., Highland Heights.
I A valentine wedding
planned.
is
Kelly-Donahue
ffnatBstsnsbus
of Peau de soi in
gown
by J. Wayne Clark
having long tap-
—photo
floor length,
ered sleeves,
Sabrina neckline and
train. A pearl crown
fingertip illusion veil
carried a cascade of white
roses, orange blossoms and ivy.
trimmed
a chapel
held her
and she
a pearl
Miss Rose Ambrose as maid
of honor wore a cocktail length
gown of yellow silk organza
and carried talisman roses. The
bridesmaids, Miss Elaine Hum
pal, Mrs. Joseph Plunno, Miss
Carmeline LaRocca and Mrs.
Joseph Stine wore similar
gowns in turquoise and carried
yellow daisies.
$:
Lawrence Ambrose was best
man. The ushers were Adam
Rendina, Frank La S al vi a,
Joseph Punno and Joseph Stine.
The recention was held in
Recher Hall and the newlyweds
motored to New England. They
will he at home after Septem
-r ‘’“’nd at 26460 Parklawn,
Euclid.
Th bride is a Shaw High
School graduate and her hus
served in the U.S. Air
following his graduation
East Tech High, Cleve-
Mrs, Ernest Lantz
■photo by J. Wayne Clark
The bride, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rayman of
141 North st., Chardon, was
given in marriage by her father.
She wore a gown of Dupioni
silk having a long bodice
edged in imported Alencon
lace. It’s V neckline formed a
yoke in the front and the brief
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Mrs. John Anthony Ambrose '.sleeves were draped. The volu-'a
a bask*t of mixed flowers. An
Miss Bernadette o e 11,Iminous skirt fell gracefully into otb^ cousin, little Joseph Sim
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !a chapel train, bustled at tiie on®*“ wa8XJT11,ng bearer’
Joseph Morell of 1041 Carlyoniback. Long gauntlets enhanced! ™yron Hill was best man for
rd., became the bride of Johnlthe gown. Her fingertip illusion’^1.® br,de®£°°™ and usbe”^ere
Anthony Ambrose, son of Mr.lveil was attached to a double[^,.cbard Weber and W’illiam
and Mrs. Dominick Ambrose of'regal crown, adorned with!* WJ*
5267 Lynd ave., Lyndhurst on pearls and irridescent beads. Th® cuPIe are spending their
Saturday, September 6th in aiShe carried a prayer book on bo”eymoon visiting relatives in
ceremony in St.
Church. White 1
adorned the chancel.
.. Agatha’s1 which rested an arrangement of .Delaware a”d during Mary
bouquet s s Lillies of the valley and stephan-around the Chesapeake
lotis with a white orchid. I a2f, area‘...
The bride is a graduate of
Chardon High School and Lu
theran Hospital School of Nurs
ing, Cleveland.
The groom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Lantz, 13314 Third
aveM is a graduate of Collin
wood High School and Western
Reserve University.
Scelinger-Englehart
*»'■**,
—Photo by J. Wayne Clark
Nancy Rita Englehart, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wil
liams Englehart, 14715 Alder
ave. became the bride of Eugene
Francis Seelinger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Joseph Seelin
ger, 20501 South Lake Shore
blvd. on Saturday morning, Sep
tember 6th at Holy Cross
Church. Rev. Edward Franko,
of Struthers, Ohio, uncle of the
bride officiated at the nuptial
mass.
Nancy chose for her wedding
a Chantilly lace gown with a
fitted bodice, scalloped portrait
neckline and long fitted sleeves.
The lace and tulle skirt fell into
a soft full train.
Her imported silk illusion hand
rolled veil was attached to a
lace scalloped coronet trimmed
in sequins and pearls and she
carried a cascade bouquet of
white roses and stephanotis ac-1
cented with pearls, hearts and:
white satin ribbon streamers'
knotted to hold small rose buds.'
Loretta Siko, the maid of
honor, wore a gown of white net'
The Rev. Robert Secrist, pas- over pink taffeta with short
tor of Calvary Lutheran Church, sleeves, fitted bodice and a bow
officiated at the marriage of trim above the hemline of the
Miss Elizabeth Rayman and full length skirt. Her headpiece
Ernest Lantz at a seven o’clock was a bow trimmed with rhine-!
nuptial ceremony in the church stones and having a brimmed
Saturday, September 6th. Bou- circular veil. The bridesmaids,Il
quets of white flowers were Leslie Jane LaPash and Cydnill
placed on the altar. Craw’ford were dressed similar-il
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In the Making of
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and PLANTS
CLASSES MONDAY THRU
FRIDAY EVENINGS ONLY
EMT CLEVELAND LEADER
ly in white net over green taf
feta. All carried bouquets of
pink roses and carnations.
The bride's cousin, Carol Pas
cura, was flower girl. She wore
a soft pink nylon dress with a
full skirt of ruffles and carried
basket of mixed flowers. An-
Attending the bride were! They wuI be at home after
Mrs. John Hoyt as matron of September 20th at 444 South
honor, and Mrs. Daniel Milway, LJartmoor rd., Mentor Town
Mrs. Carl Lantz and Miss Kath-i8”JP'
ryn Giddens as bridesmaids.' T1?e b”deu 18 a graduate of
They wore waltz length frocks'. e&ina ^fgh School. Mr. Seel
of pastel orchid organza having,,nKer, a St. Joseph High gradu
draped bodices and full skirts. Iattending Cleveland Trade
Mrs. Hoyt carried white quill
munlis and white and yellow
pom poms while the maid’s bou
quets were similar, with yellow
quill mums.
Mr. Carl Lantz was the best
man and ushering were John
Tauch, Robert Vanada and John
Rayman.
The bridal paity received the
guests in the church parlors.
Upon return from their honey
moon in Virginia, the newly
weds will be at home at 14213
Northfield ave. after September
22nd.
Scvhool as an apprentice car
penter.
Free Movie Tickets
You can gat a pair of cons
plimentary tickets to the Shaw
Haydon Theatre by reading the
ads tn this paper. There are ten
names In ten ads scattered thru
the paper. If you find your name,
fust dip the ad and take it to
the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and
you'll get two free tickets.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., "Indiscreet."
Kiddie Matinee Sat., "Francis
in the Haunted House" plus 4
Cartoons and "Little Rascals."
Sun., Mon., Tues.. "Horror of
Dracula" and "The Thing That
Couldn't Die."
Wed., "Voice In the Mirror."
Check all the ads and maybe
you’ll find your name. If not this
week, be sure to look next week.
There'll be ten names each week
good for 20 tickets at the Shaw
Hayden Theatre.
PIANO
LESSONS
SPECIAL RATES FOR
BEGINNERS
Beatrice Pfeiffer
Is a graduate of Capital Uni ver
sity with a Bachelor of Music
degree, a member of Phi Beta
Phi and a certified member of
the Ohio Music Teachers Asso
ciation. Call after 1 p. m.
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18400 Euclid Av«.
lust Eeast of Green Rd. Open
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—Photo by Harry Flynn
When Rosemary Valore be
came the bride of Paul Yana
cek on Saturday morning, Sep
tember 6th at St. Philomena’s
Church she was given in mar
riage by her brothers, Robert
and Richard Valore.
The daughter of Mrs. Car
melia Valore, 13820 Elm ave.,
she chose for her wedding a
full length gown of silk bomba
zine and a full length veil held
by a lace crown. She carried a
white prayer book with white
orchids and ivy.
Angela Vara, the maid of
honor wore a ballerina length
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and the
matched with
head piece and carried a bouquet
of yellow carnations. Dressed
similarly but carrying burnt
orange carnations were the
bridesmaids Marie Ricco and
Rosemary Mazza and the junior
bridesmaid, Carol Gryn. Rich
ard Valore was ringbearer.
The bridegroom who is the
son of Mr. Joseph Yanacek, 72
East 222nd st., had Edward
Yanacek as his best man. Ush
ers were Stanley Stark and
Harry Zimmerli.
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When they return from a
honeymoon in the Pocono
Mountains the newlyweds will,
make their home at the East
222nd st. address. I
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