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Rozelle
This is hard to believe, but
there is almost exactly as much
water in and around the earth
inow as there was billions of
years ago. The only water
permanently lost is that which
is broken up into hydrogen and
oxygen by electricity, whether
natural or man-made. All the
rest of it goes around and
around, from earth and sea to
sky and back again, almost
forever.
The steps in this eternal
water cycle are well known to
scientists, and are studied by
our children in their science
courses. The four steps (you
can start anywhere with them)
are these:
Drainage, to streams, lakes,
and oceans by gravity. Evapor
ation, by the power of the Sun
the motor that keeps this
water wheel always turning.
Condensation of the evaporated
water into clouds. And precipi
tation, in the form of rain or
snow’, onto the face of the earth
again.
Rozelle’s sixth grade students
in Mr. Michael DeFiore’s class
are studying this fascinating
water cycle now, and have made
a most attractive poster display
of it for the upstairs bulletin
board of the school. They have
kept their picture story free of
too many details or decorations,
so that the lake, clouds, and
raindrops stand out sharp and
clear. The four processes are
arranged in a circular manner,
so that the eye can follow na
turally from one step to the
next, and you can understand
the whole lesson in a half min
ute or so. This is evidence of a
good job, we would say.
Caledonia
For some years, Caledonia
School has been an active par
ticipant with several grade
schools in Cleveland Heights
and Shaker Heights in a thea
trical venture called the Chil
dren’s Theater-on-the-Heights.
Students gather at some one
school each Friday afternoon,
and rehearse a play which is
later presented at various build
ings in the area.
Plays which the Theater-on
the-Heights actors have pre
sented in past years are “Peter
Pan”, “Hans Brinker and the
and “The Wizard of Oz”. Other
plays which they have produced
Silver Skates”, “Cinderella”,
are “Heidi” and “Ali Baba and
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the Forty Thieves”. Costumes,
masks, and pictures of charac
ters from these plays are now
being exhibited in the hallway
at Caledonia, to arouse the in
terest of the children in attend
ing the plays and perhaps tak
ing part in them. In fact, two
fifth grade girls from Cale
donia are acting in the current
production, “Many Moons”,
which the Theater on- the
Heights is presenting at Cale
donia tomorrow morning, Fri
day, January 23rd, in the Gym
Auditorium of the school.
Mayfair
“4th R” Continued
More Mayfair teachers and
pupils are making the learning
of subject matter mean more to
them by working actual situa
tions the Reality of the
Fourth into their studies.
Miss Grace Conaway’s fourth
graders, for instance, are cut
ting their recess apples up into
fractions before they eat them,
and are learning about halves,
thirds, and fourths that way.
If you divide three apples up
among four people, it’s not the
same as if you divide four ap
ples up among three people
and you might wish to learn a
little about fractions before you
decide which way to choose on
that one.
Also, many students are be
ginning to find out that a
knowledge of alphabetical list
ings and research techniques
are helpful to them in finding
out facts they want to know
about their hobbies. One boy,
who likes horses a lot, wanted
to find out all he could about
“Horses, Care of” and he
learned that there are easier
ways to do this than leafing
through an encyclopedia vol
ume looking for pictures or I
horses. Students in the fourth,
grade, where the dictionary andi
the encyclopedia are used for
the first time, are learning
these days that a knowledge of
letters pays off, since it helps
them to find the facts they
want to know.
Prospect
Speaking of the fourth grade,!
as we were just now ,it seems
that this is the year when boys
and girls begin to find out that
some things are not quite what
they seem to be. For example,
you know that the sides of a
house or of a long, straight
road are parallel to each other
but try to draw them that way,
and see what happens! They
look awful.
This leads, of course, to the)
study of perspective. The stu
dents in Mrs. Jeanne Lindval’sJ
fourth grade class are just now,
■/beginning the study of per
spective, and are learning how
to draw things that are actually
“square” in such a way as to
(make them look right. Using
black chalk on manila paper,
'they are finding out that shad
ing is just as important as nar
rowing perspective lines for in
dicating depth, and that when
they learn how to make use of
these important principles, they
can get their drawings to seem
much more real. We have won
dered sometimes whether some
of the principles of geometry
couldn’t be worked into chil-i
dren’s studies at about that)
stage of their growth, along'
with all the other things they)
have to do. Perhaps they would
be too busy to study them, but
we don’t think they would be
too young.
Women of Calvary Ev. Lu
theran Church will take a trip
to the Middle East Wednesday,
January 28th under the guid
ance of Mrs. Earl Vonada. A
luncheon at 11 begins the tour.
Mrs. Donald Myers wil’ be de
votional leader and children
for the confidence you have shown
in the policies of Second Federal
which have made possible the
remarkable growth reflected In
these year-end reports of assets:
1934—’384,153
1938-’3,678,472
1943—’7,299,127
1948-’15,055,879
1953—’46,087,067
1958-*78,427,949
As we begin our Silver Anniversary Year,
wo thank you for building your savings here
Second Federal Savings
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Calvary Plans
A Church Census
On Sunday, January 25th,
between 1 and 8 p. m., sixty-six
members of Calvary Lutheran
Church will be taking a reli
gious census of the area imme
diately surrounding the church
at 13101 Euclid at Lockwood
The previous church census
taken of its surrounding commu
nity was in 1956 prior to an
other evangelism mission. At
that time about 1000 calls were
made. The new census will re
veal any change in the religious
affiliations of the neighborhood.
Chairman of the 1959 census
committee is John Roe of 1688
Lockwood ave. Others serving
on the committee are Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Delanis, 237 Eddy
rd. Mr. and Mrs. John Deck,
1656 Elberon ave. Mr. and Mrs.
Earnest Lantz, 14213 Northfield
rd. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker,
1391 East 120th and the Pastor,
Robert Secrist.
SPLASH PARTY!
The Mr. and Mrs. Club and
the Senior Pilgrim Fellowship
of East Cleveland Congrega
tional Church will enjoy a swim
at the Shaw High pool on Fri
day evening, January 30th at
7:30 p. m. They will return to
the church for refreshments.
Admission: swimming 35c
refreshments 25c.
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
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Sunday Schoo) .... 9:45 A J4
Sunday Sermon .. 10:45 A
Sunday Evening ... 7:30 PJH
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
ROBERT SECRIST Pastor
9:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP
YOU ARE WELCOME
St. James Lutheran
Church
(Unites tetheran Church in Amerlcel
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER
9:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE
St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurenap H. HalL
Rectos
A.M.—Holy Communion
8:00
9:30
A.M.—Family Service
Church School All
Grades
11:15
A.M.—Morning Prayer
and Sermon
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterian Church
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE.
Rev Arthur Copeland, Pastas
8:90 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
John E. Forrester. SupL
10:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP
Ordination and Installation
of Newly Elected Officers
Sermon Subject:
“Men Of The Knotted Heart"
Text I Sam. 10:26
10:45 A.M.
NURSERY-JUNIOR- YOUTH
CHURCH
7:30 PM.
Installation Service lot
Senior Christian Endeavor
The Public Is Invited
To This Service
Refreshments and Social
Hour Following
WEDNESDAY
Mid-Week Prayer Service
Choir Practice Following
This Service
Friday, 7:3B PJ4.
Junior C.E. and Canteen
Saturday, 3:00 P-M.
Vanguard Class Will
Meet At The Church
CkurckeA
The Men’s Club of Winder
mere Methodist Church have
invited their ladies to a special
treat at their regular monthly
dinner meeting on Tuesday,
January 27th at 6:30 in Fellow-
ayes. The census is in prepara- ship HaU This tre'at consists of
Ition for an evangelism mission
to be conducted at the church
on February 15-19. Census tak
ers will be wearing identifying
badges and will ask the ques
tion, “To what church do you
belong?” Information gathered
will help the congregation to
know the religious composition
of the people in the neighbor
hood.
opportunity to hear Cannon
Laurence Hall, rector of
Paul’s Episcopal Church
East Cleveland. “Humor, a
source” is the topic and
speaker is well known for
resourcefullness in this area as
well as in his profession.
It is suggested that the mem
bers come and bring their wives
or friends and the ladies bring
their husbands or friends and
that those without a spouse or
a friend come along and enjoy
the evening anyway.
Rev. Hall was the principal
speaker recently at the Wash
ington Cathedral, Washington,
D. C., guest of his predecessor
at St. Pauls, Dean Francis D.
Sayer.
For reservations call the
church, GL 1-1464, by Sunday,
January 25th.
Mr?«. Yoder P. Leith, 16205
Oakhill rd., will be installed
for a second term as president
of Presbyterial W’omen’s Aux
iliary for Garden Valley Neigh
borhood House at a luncheon
meeting on Monday, January
26th at 12:30 at the center, 7100
Kinsman rd., S.E. Mrs. J. H.
Barnes, 1262 East 142nd st.,
will be installed, also for a
second term,
President in
tions.
as Third Vice
charge of devo-
Calvary Presby-
Women of
terian Church will serve the
luncheon. Mrs. Richard T.
Andrews, jr., will speak on
“Women at Worship,” illustrat
ing with musical selections and
with devotional material.
The Rev. Wm. E. Towner will
use the Sermon Topic “Who
Then Can You Please?,” Sun
day morning, January 25th at
the 11:00 a. m. service at the
East Cleveland Baptist Church.
WOMEN REMEMBER
OTHER WOMEN
An East Clevelander, Mrs.
Frank L. Holzheimer, for years
a volunteer worker at Cleveland
State Hospital, will be the
speaker at the January meeting
of thp Women’s Fellowship,
East Cleveland Congregational
Church, Wednesday, January
28th.
Mrs. Holzheimer’s topic will
be “Mental Health and What
We, As Church Women, Can
Do To Help.”
A board meeting at 11 o’clock
)will precede luncheon at 12:30
served by Circle 4. A bake sale
will be sponsored by Circle 8,
and the afternoon’s meeting
will get under way at 1:30, with
Circle 2 as official hostesses.
In connection with Mrs. Holz
heimer’s talk, members of
Windermere
Methodist Church
Euclid Avenue at Holyoke
THURMAN ALEXANDER
FRANK MARLETT
Ministers
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship, 10:45
Sermon Topic
"AN OUTWARD AND
VISIBLE SIGN"
6:00
Ir. HI Youth Fellowship
HI Youth Fellowship 7:00
Whitefield Fellowship, 7:00
Sr
EVERYONE WELCOME
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1896—Your Family Church
in tha Heart of East Cleveland
9:30—
Church
School
Nursery
Core
During
Church
11:00—
Morning
Worship
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
YOUTH SUNDAY
Sermon Topic:
"AT WORK FOR CHRIST'
By The
Caravan From Wooster
College
Minister:
REV O. C. SAPPENFIELD
Hayden Avenue
Baptist Church
(Conn of Haydon and Second)
SUNDAY SCHOOL—8:45 AM
(Supervised Nursery)
For Sunday School and
Church Services
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
11:00 A.M.
Sermon Topic
STUDIES IN JOHN
EVENING SERVICES
700 PM
SERMON TOPIC
"CONTRAST OF ABRAHAM
AND LOT'
Preaching the Book, the Blood
and the Blessed Hope.
DONALD B. WOODBY. Pastes
GL 1-5573 Church UL 1-094)
A Fundamental Church with
A Bible Teaching Ministry
Women’s Fellowship are asked
to donate articles that can be
distributed to women patients
at Cleveland State Hospital.
The articles are to be brought
to the meeting or left at the
Church Office before hand. Sug
gested gifts include: combs,
brushes, nail clippers, deodor
ants, nail polish, soap, tooth
paste, colored toilet tissue, plas
tic drinking cups, wash dresses,
hankies, scarfs, gloves, round
garters, ties, rain coats, um-i
brellas, stationary, ball pointed
pens, candy, coffee, cigaretts,
lounge decorations, small
games,
St.
of
Re
the
his
f9 VU1LCU,
decorations, small
and cards.
Guidon Class of The
of the Cross will have
The
Church
its Post New Year Frolic on
Thursday, January 22nd.
Dancing from 8:45 to 11:00
p. m. to a seven piece band.
Club*
The Women’s Junior Board
of Huron Road Hospital is hold
ing its monthly luncheon and
business meeting Wednesday,
February 4th at the home of
Mrs. Edward Marshall, 1334
Oakridge rd., Cleveland Hts.,
Ohio.
Following the business meet
ing, Mr. C. B. Montis will speak
on “Presidents are only peo
ple”. Mr. Montis is an outstand
ing speaker having appeared on
the platform at PTA, Church
and social organizations. For
years he was heard on spon
sored radio programs and has
numerous television appear
ances to his credit. He has also
written many magazine articles
and is a widely recognized au
thority on the personal lives of
the presidents. His work in this!
field has twice been dramatized'
on “The Ohio Story”.
At the annual meeting of the
Quester Study Club with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Evans as hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. George Spalley
showed pictures taken while
visiting in Japan.
Dinner was served to 46, the
husbands being guests for this
annual affair. The club meets
monthly in the homes of the
members. Mrs. E. J. Tauch of
1990 Stanwood is club presi
dent.
For their January 26th meet
ing, the East Cleveland Golden
Agers will enjoy their usual
Birthday tea. Members whose
birthdays fall in January will
be honored during an informal
afternoon of games.
The East Cleveland Grand
mothers Social Club meets Fri
day afternoon at the East
Cleveland Public Library at
1:00 p. m. All grandmothers, of
whatever age, are welcome.
The Mount Union Women of
Cleveland will meet on January
27th at 8 p. m. at the home of)
Mrs. Mary Lehman, 2483 Can
terbury rd., Cleveland Heights
to hear Marian Davies of the
Ohio Bell Telephone Co. speak
on “Jewels for a Queen”.
Camp Fire Girls
Mrs. R. R. Scruggs’ KI-TAN
KA CAMP FIRE group of
Chambers School has elected
the following officers Presi
dent Sandra Kavolic, vice
president Janet Shenk sec-j
retary, Laureen Rissell treas-|
urer, Carol Labbato. Music
chairman, Chris Knausz.
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