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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, November 13, 1958, Image 12

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Parents To Hear Orthopedic Talk
The East Side Parents
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pled Children are meeting to
night, Thursday, November
13th, 8:15 p. m. at 2049 East
105th st. 3rd floor auditorium.
Dr. Samuel Gaines Stubbins,
orthopedic surgeon will speak
on “The Handicapped Child.”
Dr. S. G. Stubbins has done
extensive work in conjunction
with the Society for Crippled
Children as well as Rosemary
Home. One of his specialties is
hand surgery.
The public is invited to share
this evening.
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Mrs. Gil Kulka, WH. 4-2079
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
TWO "LAPP" BOYS shown here in native festival cos
tumes can be seen in "Modern Sweden", travelog film
to be shown next Tuesday at Euclid Shore Junior
High School.
By Roy Hindi
i "Modern Sweden” is the sec
ond in the Euclid Exchange
[Club Travelog Series scheduled
for Tuesday evening, November
18th, at 8:15 p. m. in Shore Ju
nior High auditorium, East
222nd and Lake Shore blvd.
This is a return engagement
for Russell Wright who pre
sented “Modern Germany” as
a kickoff travelog last year.
“Modern Sweden” tells the
story of life in a modern and
progressive nation. Here, too,
is a brilliant film-story about
a country which has contribut
ed a great deal to better living
and the democratic way of life.
With the creative ability of
an artist Russell Wright has
recorded much of Sweden’s way
of life. You’ll notice his skill
ful use of his cameras in cap
turing the real qualities of the
Swedes watching them at
work in the cities and on the
farms enjoying their festi
vals, clothed in the splendor
of the folk costumes of the past.
There’s real beauty in Swe
den, both in their cities filled
with some of the world’s most
modern architecture and in the
country. If you like scenic
beauty you’ll enjoy the color
photography of Sweden’s many
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Interested in what Sweden is
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You’ll see a dramatic and pow
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Tickets will be available at
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Your
The regular meeting of the
Blue Star Mothers’ Club of
East Cleveland will be held
Wednesday, November 19th at
1:30 p. m. at the East Cleveland
Public Library, 14101 Euclid
ave.
Mrs. Ray Denslow, program
chairman, has arranged to
have Mrs. Gar Pierce, a volun
teer worker from the U. S. O.
Lounge speak on the work and
the experiences of volunteers.
Refreshments will be served
by Mrs. Agnes Wood after the
meeting.
With the Christmas season at
the doorstep, members of the
Hilltop Garden Club are turn
ing their thoughts to holiday
decorations. Miss Beverly Stad
ler, a nationally credited Flow
er Show judge will talk about
“Christmas Decorations for Pe
riod Homes.” That their friends
may get ideas for their home
decorating, the members are
bringing guests.
The club meets in Caledonia
School Auditorium on Novem
ber 19th at 1:30 p. m. and the
following will serve as hostess
es: Mrs. Robert Merkle, chair
man Mrs. Leonard Parks, Mrs.
Samuel H. Pearce, Mrs. D.
James Pritchard, Mrs. Arthur
C. Peters, Mrs. John E. Szitar,
Mrs. Frank Sillag, and Mrs.
James A. St. Louis.
A recital of vocal numbers
and piano selections will be
presented at the next Monday’s
meeting of the Sunny Monday
Club, the guest artists being
Mrs. Ruth Wiehess with Mabie
Dort at the piano. The club
meets at 1747 Lake Front ave.
The regular monthly meeting
of St. Philomena Guild will be
held at 8:00 p. m. in the Social
Hall on Thursday, November
20th.
Mrs. John Depke is the chair-
Mrs. Richard Dagenbach’s
TAWANKA CAMP FIRE
GIRLS have elected the follow
ing officers: President, Virginia
Fritz Vice President, Judy
Dagenbach Secretary, Lois An
derson Treasurer, Bonnie
Jordon Scribe, Patricia Bozik.
Mrs. Robert Scruggs* KI
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have elected these officers:
President, Kathleen Hummer
Vice President, Carol Labbato
Secretary, Karen Barch Treas
urer, Frances Richter Music
Chairman, Sandra Scruggs.
Three Year Membership
awards will be made to fourteen
girls from this group. The fol
lowing new girls were wel
comed: Janet Shenk, Carol Lab
bato, Sally Cunningham and
Carol Pope. They are also work
ing on Christmas cards to sell
for the Multiple Sclerosis Fund
as a service project.
KI-TAN-KA CAMP FIRE
GIRLS will be on Captain
Penney’s TV show to advertise
CAMP FIRE’S annual candy
sale. Mrs. Edward Barch is
candy chairman and Mrs. Jo
seph Kovalich will be collection
chairman for Chambers Dis
trict.
Clubs
man of the pre-Thanksgiving
Shower which will be held that
night for the Ursuline Nuns
who teach at the parish school.
All members of the Guild are
asked to bring canned foods or
staples of any kind.
After the regular business
meeting a special program is
promised, to be followed by re
freshments.
The Woman’s Board of Huron
Road Hospital will hold its
monthly meeting at the hospi
tal on Monday, November 17th,
at 1 p. m. Mrs. John Bellamy,
better known to the Cleveland
community as Polly Parsons of
the News, will speak of what
she heard and saw at the “Pug
wash Conference” in Kitzbuhel,
Austria, which attracted 80
nuclear scientists. Mrs. Bellamy
will be presented by the Board’s
program chairman, Mrs. Gilbert
Nock. Mrs. Edward Marshall,
president, will preside at the
business meeting.
Mrs. C. J. Vosmik is chairman
of hostesses for the tea period.
She will be assisted by Mrs.
Frank F. Jordon, Mrs. Lad
Hajek, Mrs. Anabel George,
Mrs. Maude Pierik, and Mrs.
Bertha Ward.
The surgical dressings group
will meet at ten in the morning
under the supervision of Mrs.
W. C. Domino.
The Musical Art Society will
meet Friday, November 14th
for luncheon with Mrs. John
Woehrmann, 13604 Clairborne
rd. The assistants will be Mrs.
Mrs. Leonard Moss and Mrs.
Stanley Conner.
Contemporary music will be
given by the following artists:
Mrs. Eldon Gatwood, violin
Mrs. Geo. Silfies, piano Mrs.
Roland Obrass Lofer, contralto.
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