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COMING HOME
FOR FOUNDERS DAY
Mrs. Bertha M. Wootton of
Columbus, Ohio is making a
special trip to East Cleveland
to attend Chambers PTA Foun
ders Day, February 5th. Mrs.
Wootton served as president of
Chambers PTA, 1933-1935.
A good number of Past Pres
idents return to Chambers on
this day and the PTA is par
ticularly proud when one of its
out of town alumnae feels it
worth her while and takes the
time to make the trip. Mrs.
Wootton hopes to meet many
former associates while here.
She will be at Hotel Statler on
Wednesday.
CALEDONIA HAS
FOUNDERS DAY
A Founder’s Day celebration
is planned for the next meet:r/"
of the Caledonia PTA to be
held on February 4th at 1:30
p. m. at the school.
The fact that the learning
process is a never-ending one
will be illustrated by the pro
gram which includes a history
presentation by one of the up
per classes at Caledonia, as well
as a featured speaker, Miss
Polly Parsons, Society Editor
of the Cleveland News. She will
present her views and impres
sions of the history-making
conference when 17 college
presidents gathered at Pugwash
(owned by Cyrus
further their own
life.
Eaton) to
intellectual
PTA
DAY
PTA
CHAMBERS
FOUNDERS
Chambers
cordial invitation to all Past
Presidents, former members and
friends to its Founders Day
Program. Thursday, February
5th at 1:30 p. m.
extends a
Mrs. Mike Pctehe and Mrs.
Robt. Henderson will conduct the
traditional candle lighting serv
ice followed by the recognition
of Past Presidents and presen
tation of corsages.
Newbell Puckett, Ph.D., uro
fessor of sociology at Western
Reserve University wil be guest
speaker. His talk is titled “Col
lecting Ohio Superstitions”.
Refreshments will be served
by Mrs. Angelo Fiorello and
her committee. Small children
will be cared for in the nursery.
Movies wil
to 4:00 p.
children.
be shown from 3:30
m. for the school
BOARD
FEBRUARY 4th
MAYFAIR
MEETING
Mayfair PTA president, Mrs.
Eugene Reeser, announces that
vhe executive board will meet
on February 4th, Wednesday,
promptly at 1:30 p. m. in the
PTA room.
Hostess Chairman, Mrs.
Frank Consilio, announces the
hostesses for this meeting as:
Mrs. Cyril Henkel, co-chairman
Mrs. Harry Getzien, Motion Pic
ture chairman and Mrs. Donald
Scheutzow, Pre-School chair
man.
PROSPECT LOOKS
AT GIFTED CHILD
Next Thursday, February
5th, at 8 p. m. Prospect P.T.A.
will have the opportunity to
hear about a timely topic, of
great public concern in recent
years. Dr. David Harry, Profes
sor of Education at Western
Reserve University, will speak
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Dr. Harry was educated at
Swarthmore College and at
Teachers’ College of Columbia
University. He has taught Latin
and French, and coached sports,
in high schools, and has served
as principal for both elementary
and high schools. Before com
ing to Western Reserve he
taught school administration at
the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Harry has been here since
1928, teaching school adminis
tration and measurement-re
search.
CHAMBERS ROOM
MOTHERS CARD PARTY
The annual Room Mothers
Card Party of the Chambers
School PTA will be held Thurs
day, February 12th at 1:15 p. m.
in the school auditorium.
Dessert will be served as
guests arrive to provide an un
interrupted afternoon of cards.
Nursery care will be available
for small children.
Tickets at 50c may be had
from Room Mothers or PTA
board members. Cards will be
furnished for those playing
bridge, hearts 0 pinochle.
Those wishing to play canasta
or any game requiring special
cards are asked to please bring
their own cards. There will be
plenty of door prizes and table
prizes.
Mrs. Clair MacNeal and co
chairman Mrs. Wm. Christie
invite all to come.
“Why not get up your own
neighborhood party and bring
them along?
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An incinerator fire at the
home of Gordon LaGanke,
16C07 Hazel rd., January 20th
caused a $6,000 damage to the
dwelling and an estimated
$2,000 damage to contents.
The blaze followed the clothes
chute, which was adjacent to
the incinerator, climbing quick
ly up and through the roof.
COIN CLUB will meet Wed
nesday. February 4th at 8 p. m.
in Hotel Statler. Mr. A. J.
shier will speak on Lincoln. His
Generals and Secretaries.
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Sports
Y.M.C.A. CHURCH “C”
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Epworth Euclid defeated
Calvary Lutheran by a 38-20
score. Geissbuhler scored 16
points for the winners D.
Reschke had 8 for the losers.
The league leading Winder
mere Presbyterian team de
feated a hard-fighting East
Cleveland Baptist team by a
41-28 count. Walter Swanson
scored 11 points for the Baptist
team F. Klenoshek scored 15
points for the winners.
First Presbyterian defeated
the Church of the Covenant by
a 32-23 score. Marshaus scored
13 points for the winners
Clark scored 17 points for the
losers.
Y.M.C.A. SENIOR “B”
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Diamond’s Men’s Shop
feated the Y’s Mens Club by a
59- 32 score. Marinelli scored 18
points for Diamond’s Kosunic
and Burger scored 12 and 10
points respectively.
Hilltoppers Keep
Top Berth
Hilltop Inn, holders of first
place by one point, shot a 2723
for three points and held their
coveted position, beating third
place Fox’s Cafe two games
and total pins. Second
Flynn Froelk took three
from Diamond’s Men’s
Eckert Hardware took
points from Team No. 9
tain fourth position. Winder
mere Storage took three from
Hayden Tavern to strengthen
their hold on fifth place.
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the points,
Klein and
the best
Dick Ger-
The second game was more
of a close contest, with the
score at the end of the first
half 14-12 in favor of MAG
NUS SHARKS. But in the sec
ond half, Big Steve Regovich
and Tiny Jerry Reschke col
laborated for 19 points, with
lanky Gary Patterson high man
with 16. For the ECKERT
CUBS, Lee Blyth came up with
an even dozen.
In the third and final game,
the DIAMOND WOLVES
proved too rough for the MON
REAL BEARS, as Stan Mar
shaus was injured and had to
leave the game in the second
quarter. Big Fig Newton again
controlled the backboard and
came up with 17 points with
Ken Barton helping along with
13 more. For the Bears, Dan
Schuller had a 10 to lead.
Standings
the host team won by a score
of 63-23.
Fred Bartlett of Lakewood
broke the school and pool rec
ord in the 100 yd. butterfly that
had been set by Ed Lesko in
1950 with a time of 1:04,1
Bartlett’s pace setting time was
1:08.1.
Friday saw the Shaw team
host Shaker with the visitors
squeezing by Shaw 51-84. Al
though Shaw didn’t win they
worked the hardest and had the
best times that they’ve had all
season.
place
points
Wear,
three
to re-
CLASS E
By Franck A. Korosec
With a third of the Class
Basketball season over, the
team to beat is the powerful
CENTA MILLER FOXES,
with three straight victories.
In the first game, the Big Red
Foxes toyed with the ECKERT
CUBS and walloped them by a
49-21 score to set a new rec
ard. With three of the Foxes
netting almost all
Joe Gunsch, Jim
Dave Glotzbecker,
Dennis Liatti and
maine could do was to net 8
points each.
ClubA
Px 3
the
“Tender Victory” by Taylor
Caldwell will be reviewed by
Mrs. Clarence Carlson at the
Monday, February 2nd meeting
of the Tale Tellers Club. Mrs.
John Smith, 1042 Nelaview will
receive the members.
de-
Steiner’s Plumbing and Heat
ing defeated Local 1045 by a
60- 50 count. Ken Roberts scored
24 points for Steiner’s and
Frank Noble scored 22 points
for Local 1045.
It may snow and blow here
next Monday, but Golden Agers
who attend the Sunny Monday
meeting will forget it while at
1747 Lakefront ave. For their
program
will view
films to
Ellerin.
that afternoon they
“Down Mexico Way”
be shown by M. R.
The East Cleveland Women’s
Club most cordially invites all
friends to eome on Thursday,
February 5th at 2 p. m. to hear
a review of the book “Around
the World with Auntie Marne.”
Tea will be served.
The Terrace Garden Club will
meet at the Caledonia Library
on February 3rd at 1:15 p. m.
The speaker will be Mr. Louis
Mellon Jr. of Potter and Mel
lon, who will speak of “China
and Table Settings**.
The Alumnae Association of
Huron Road Hospital School
of Nursing will meet at 8:00
p. m. Wednesday, February 4,
in the Nurses Dormitory on
Belmar rd.
E
Mrs. Hulda Merkel, Director
of the School of Nursing, will
take Alumnae members on a
tour of the recently remodeled
dormitory. Afterwards there
will be a discussion concerning
coming events for the continu
ance of the 75th Anniversary
celebration.
Refreshments will be served
following the meeting.
The annual Smorgasbord
sponsored by the Western Re
serve Chapter of the O.E.S.
is scheduled for Friday, Janu
ary 30th at the Masonic Tem
ple, 813 East 152nd st.
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discuss with them such things
school system. Both would
gain knowledge.”
Mary Ellen Mowls, among
other things, would like the
opportunity of getting a vivid
picture of another country’s
government and how it works.
“When I am a senior,” says
Mary Ellen, “and am taking
American Government, 1
be able to compare the
governments better with
own knowledge. I think
by this people-to-people rela
tionship and by working with
young people, in particular, the
key to future world peace will
be provided.”
will
two
my
that
Donn Watters stresses a
good point when he says, “I
think that if I could always
display a good example that
these people would have a bet
ter idea of how Americans act
and the traditional American
way of doing things. This ex
change of customs and ideals
would serve as good public re'
lations for our goal, a world
peace.”
Mollie Stillinger is especial
ly interested in people and re
marks that her usual traveling
seems to offer but half a pic
ture since it too often does not
afford the opportunity to know
the people in the places visited.
“Besides getting to know
what a country and its people
are like,” Molly said, “I would
be faced with this different!
kind of a challenge. I have
slowly learned that you only
get out of things what you put
into them. I feel that a visit
in an European home is one
of the most interesting experi
ences a high school student
could have. So many Ameri
cans have the conception Euro
pean people are entirely dif
ferent than we. They may feel:
the same about us. I would
try to erase that big feeling
of difference in their minds and
mine. If I am chosen to go,
I certainly would try to live
up to the excellent goals set
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