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1. All children between the ages of 5 and 11 may enter.
2. Drawings may
3. A child may
be colored with crayon, pencil or water colore.
enter as many drawing as he wishes.
4. Drawings must be delivered to either office of East Cleveland
Savings & Loan Company. Children must be accompanied
by a parent.
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ORIENTATION FOR
SIXTH GRADERS
Sixth grade parents at Cale
donia will hear an orientation
lecture on the course of study
at Kirk Jr. High School by Mr.
George F. Huxel, Kirk’s assist
ant principal and dean of boys,
on Wednesday, March 11th at
2:00 p. m. in the Caledonia gym
auditorium.
Mrs. Ben F. Hensley, parent
education chairman of the PTA
unit, is in charge of arrange
ments.
KIRK TAKES A LOOK
AT ITS CURRICULUM
This meeting concludes the
three-lecture series on curricu
lum which opened in January
with “Extra-Curricular Activi
ties at Kirk” by Miss Muriel
MacNiel, and was followed in
February with “The Curriculum
in General” by Dr. A. J. Dilla-
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PROSPECT NEWS
Just to let you know Prospect
is having its Spring Clothing
Sale on March 17th. Details next
week.
The Prospect Pre school
Group will meet for informal
discussion and refreshments in
Room 8 at 10 a. m. on Thursday,
March 12th. Care for pre-school
children will be available.
MAYFAIR WELCOMES
GRANDMOTHERS
Grandmothers will be honored
at Mayfair PTA on Grandmoth
ers Day, March 11th at 1:3C
p. m., and will be given asmall
token in appreciation. Members
and friends as well as all grand
mothers are urged to attend the
“Humoresque Summer Fashion
Show.”
at-
The Kirk PTA will focus
tention on its own curriculum
Wednesday evening, March 11th
at eight o’clock in the Kirk mu
sic room, 14410 Terrace rd.
Dr. L. L. Myers, principal, will
discuss “The Philosophy of the
Kirk Curriculum.” He will be
assisted by department heads
and other members of the fac
ulty who will show slides and
discuss both major and minor
subjects.
The style show consists of the
“latest summer fashions” in the
humorous vein modeled by the
following board members: Print
Dress, Mrs. Thomas Evans
Toast Dress, Miss Sarah Wyn
koop Tea Dress, Mrs. Michael
Natco Dinner Dress, Mrs. Nich
olas Tartaglia Wash Dress,Mrs.
Wilber Carter Plunging Neck
line, Mrs. Jack Smith Car Coat,
Mrs. Charles McGaughey Bath
ing Outfits, Mrs. Richard
Macey Office Dress, Mrs. Rich
ard Catlin Garden Outfit, Mrs.
Harry Miller Sports Outfit,
Mrs. Harry Getzien Chemise
Dress, Mrs. Charles Travis
Evening Dress, Mrs. Gordon
Marquette Knit Dress, Mrs.
William Haker Boufant Mode,
Mrs. Charles Strasshofer. The
Narrator is Mrs. Otto Guenther.
Novelty favors will be distrib
uted in the form of a miniature
apron with an appropriate poem
enclosed for waist-line measure
ments. The charging of one cent
an inch will be used to defray
the cost of the dessert.
Mayfair students will delight
6 to 11 Years Old
Prize* will be awarded solely at the discretion of the fudge*
and all entries become the property of East Cleveland Saving*
& Loan Company.
Winners will receive a standard pass book with prize money
entered therein.
Contest doses Friday, March 20th, 1959.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
GENERAL MANAGER of the
Euclid and Lake County
offices of the Corlett Real
ty Company is Robert G.
Turner, 1054 Allston rd. He
was named to the post by
Wilbur R. Corlett. Turner
is now in the process of
re-organizing Cortlett Real
ty from the Euclid office
891 East 222nd st. A mem
ber of the Cleveland Real
Estate Board, Turner was
just recently named a vice
chairman in boy scouting.
Besides real estate, Turner
is licensed to do tax con
sulting, handles all lines of
insurance and is a Notary
Public. Working with him
is his wife, Christina. They
have three youngsters and
both have had wide ex
perience in the real estate
business covering the
Northeastern Ohio area.
the guests and especially their
grandmothers with an appropri
ate program.
Mrs. Louis Komaromy, Room
Mother Chairman has chosen as
hostesses, the third grade room
mothers: Mrs. Harold Ballard
and Mrs. Joseph Slagle from
Mrs. Vera Gray’s room Mrs.
Bernard Ranter and Mrs. Nich
olas Markus from Mrs. Kather
ine Knife’s room.
Child care will be provided
for children three years and
older.
ROZELLE CHANGES
DATE WITH FATHER
Due to the illness of Mr. John
Jirus, their principal, the PTA
is changing the date of
“Fathers Night” from March
10th to March 12th.
A program of special interest
to the fathers, as well as the
mothers, will be an American
Theatre community play by
Nora Sterling. It will be pre
sented by the Shaker Players
with local members. Mr. Mich
ael DiFiore, faculty member at
Rozelle will fill in for Mr. Jirus.
Other members are Mrs. Jirus,
Mr. Albert Martin, drama coach
at Kirk Junior High, and Mrs.
Martin. Mr. Kenneth Wickham,
a case worker with Family
Health Association, will narrate
the play.
A special invitation goes out
to Pre-School parents to come
and enjoy this evening.
A reminder to Rozelle
parents—March 8th-14th is Girl
Scout Week during which Girl
Scouts and Brownies sponsored
by Rozelle PTA will have their
annual World Friendship pro
gram on March 10th (note
change in date), at 7:30 p. m.
in Rozelle auditorium.
Camp Fire Girls
The March 10th Leaders meet
ing will be an “Experiment
Night.” Demonstrations on mag
netism, the making of fire ex
tinguishers and home weather
stations will be shown. This
meeting will be held at the Cal
edonia Library at 7:30 p. m.
sharp.
Mrs. John Hummer’s Ki-Tan
Ka Camp Fire girls held a Cere
monial at Chambers School. The
girls were awarded their First
Beads by their former leader,
Mrs. R. R. Scruggs. The Ameri
can Legion’s Cleveland Transit
Post No. 206 gave the group an
American Flag. The Flag was
presented by Mr. Paul Phipps.
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Both the time and the theme
“Early Easter” fit into the
Bridge-Canasta luncheon party
being planned for March 12th by
the East Cleveland Woman’s
Club. The affair, to be staged in
the club house, 1747 Lakefront
ave., begins at 12:30 with Circle
No. 4 as hostesses.
Friends are invited and reser
vations must be in to Mrs. D. S.
Clarke, EV. 1-2206 or Mrs. F. P.
Mclllyar, MU. 1-0103 by March
10th.
Members of the Sunny Monday
Club will strut their stuff as the
Golden Agers stage a “home
talent” program next Monday,
March 9th as they meet at 1747
Lakefront ave. at 1:30 p. m. A
social hour will follow the im
promptu program.
Hints of Easter will add to
the Easter bridge and canasta
party which the Circle Four of
the East Cleveland Woman’s
Club is having on Thursday,
March 12th. Lunch will be
served at 12:30 and guests are
invited to the club house, 1747
Lakefront ave./Reservations to
Mrs. D. S. Clarke, EV. 1-2206,
or to Mrs. F. P. Mcllyar, MU.
1-0103.
Campus
Notes
A sophomore, Carolyn is also
a member of the Concert Band
and was a member of Freshmen
Apprentices last year.
As a member of the Madrigal
Singers at Ohio Wesleyan Uni
versity, Alan Alexander of 2025
Lee blvd. is participating in the
annual festival of Chamber
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Alan is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
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George Bernard Shaw's “Arms
and the Man” this weekend. Rob
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and a member of the Concert
Choir. Rev. Peters is minister of
the East Cleveland Congregation
al Church.
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