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Thursday, July 2, 1959
Bernie Potash
GL. 1-4054
Owen
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GL. 1-2364
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Klosky-Stevens
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-Photo by J. Wayne Clark
Elaine Dolores* Stevens,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Stevens, 1612 Pontiac ave., be
came the bride of John Patrick
Klosky. son of Mr. and -Mrs.
Robert Klosky, 541 Babbitt rd.,
on Saturday, June 27th, at
10:00 a. m. in St. Philomena’s
church. Rev. Donald Bologh,
officiated. John Mihalko was
vocalist.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown
of rose point lace and silk mist.
Pearl and crystal bead trimmed
the Sabrina neckline, long
sleeves and fitted bodice of
lace. The princess skirt of silk
mist had panels in back, ap
pliqued with lace and chapel
train. A pearl and crystal bead
ed crown held her fingertip veil
of bridal illusion. She carried
white roses and stephanotis on
a white prayer book.
Miss Edith Sinese, maid of
honor’s gown was blue silk or
ganza with scoup neckline,
short shirred sleeves, draped
cummerbund and gloves of
blue silk organza. She carried
red sweetheart roses and white
daisies flowing over in a white
basket. Bridesmaids, the Miss
es Jean Cole, Joyce Dunlap.
Wilma Hall, Judith Klosky and
Katherine Zingale wore gowns,
hats and gloves the same as the
maid of honor. They carried
blue delphinium and white
daisies flowing over in white
baskets.
John Hall was best man and
Richard Anderson, William
Long, Michael Papouras and
John Stevens ushered.
The bride was graduated
from Shaw High school and at
tended Fenn Night College.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Euclid Senior High and is
curently a senior at Fenn Col
lege majoring in electrical
engineering. His fraternity is
Lamba Tau Delta.
After a reception at Ameri
can Yugoslav Center, the cou
ple left for a wedding trip to
New England States. They will
be at home. 31617 North rd.,
Willowick after July 13th.
Bunsey-Koch
Donna Helene Koch, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar
C. Koch, 3744 Lowell rd., Cleve
land Heights, became the bride I
I of William Harold Bunsey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William T.
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20371 Euclid Ave.
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In Mayland Shopping Center
HI. 2-9100
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Mrs. Arthur S. Mayner was
matron of honor, and the Miss
es Loretta Voytek and Dona
McLeod, bridesmaids. The at
tendants wore matching dress
es of blue and pink silk organ
za with matching headpieces and
carried bouquets of pink car
nations and blue larkspur.
Best man was Paul Cocanow-
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
9:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP
YOU ARE WELCOME
St. Pad's Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland, Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Halt
Rector
8:00 A.M.-—Holy Communion
10:00 A.M.—Holy Communion
Windermere
Methodist Church
14035 Euclid Ave. at Holyoke
THURMAN ALEXANDER
RICHARD L. CLARK
Minietere
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Duplicate Worship Services
9:30 and 10:45
Sermon Topic
"ALTAR AND WALL"
EVERYONE WELCOME
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterias Church
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE.
Rev. Arthur Copeland, Pastor
9:30 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
John E. Forreeter, Supt
10:15 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE
Sermon Subject
"THE PRAYER OF FAITH"
10:15 AM.
NURSERY JUNIOR CHURCH
8:45 P.M.
SENIOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
er and ushers were Wayne
Koch, Glenn Koch, Donald
Shmunk and Gerald Bart.
Following a reception at
Laurel Hall, South Euclid, the
couple left for a wedding trip
to Niagara Falls and then to
Canada.
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Tolchinsky-Rheuban
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Studio
Bunsey, 971 East 143rd st., on
Saturday, June 27th, at 7:00
p. m. in Faith Evangelical Luth
eran church. Rev. R. E. LaFon
taine officiated.
For her wedding gown she
chose a Chantilly lace and ny
lon net, princess style bodice,
sabrina neckline, long pointed
sleeves, floor length with tiers
of ruffles forming the back ef
fect. A pearl and seqUin tiara
held her fingertip veil of
French illusion. She carried a
bouquet of white roses, with a
white orchid, stephanotis and
carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tolchinsky,
15913 Invermere ave., announce
the engagement of their daugh
ter Hannah, to Sidney Rheuban,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Rheuban, 2 915 Northview
blvd.
Miss Tolchinsky is present
ly employed by Dr. Harold Bil
sky. She was in charge of the
electrocardiogram department
of Polyclinic hospital in Cleve
land for more than three years.
Her fiance is
a
a
graduate of
Ohio State University, and is
now International Representa
tive for the Retail Clerks union.
A Navy veteran, Mr. Rheuban
is
former reporter for the
Cleveland Press.
A December wedding is
planned.
Kassigkeit-Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kassig
keit, 1854 Wymore ave., an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Donna Lee to Richard
P. Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Vaughn of 1769 Am
herst.
Both are graduates of Shaw
High School.
No wedding plans have been
set as yet.
First Church of
The Nazarene
Haydon Are. crt
Claiborne Rd
Minister
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Wm. P. Wilhoyte
Sunday School.............. 9:45 AM
Sunday Sermon..........10:45 A.M
Sunday Evening.........7:30 PM
St. James Letkeraa
Charch
United Lutheran Church in America
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV ALFRED R. BUEHNER
Sunday, 8:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
9:30 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
Euclid and Page Avenues
ROBERT R. PETERS, Mlnistes
CAROL P. HUNTER. Director
of Christian Education
11:00 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
Nursery Care fox Infants
Ji. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:00 PM
Sr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 PM
ANTICIPATED
RATE
ON SAVINGS
Effective July 1st
Savings Insured to $10,000
East Cleveland
Savings
and Loan Company
5816 Mayfield Rd. 1373 Hayden Av..
Club
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On the first of the two sum
mer outings planned for the
1959-1960 season, the CLEVE
LAND EXECUTIVE SECRE
TARIES will embark on a
cruise Tuesday evening, July
14th, at 7:00 p. m. aboard the
Carol Diane.
Miss Barbara White, newly
elected president, will captain
the cruise and warmly welcome
aboard the merry seafarers,
who for a couple of hours will
enjoy a gay, relaxing evening
and return refreshed, ready to
take up their "Girl Friday”
chores.
First Mate Julia Fay, vice
president, will be at the gang
plank checking to see that all
passengers have a warm wrap,
scarves to anchor their tresses,
and are amply supplied with re
freshments to put them in a
gala mood. A delicious box sup
per of fried chicken with a hot
beverage will be served from
a well-stocked larder by Stew
ards Miss Vera Cornell and
Miss Ruth Reed.
CATHOLIC ADULT SOCIAL
Club of Cleveland is planning
a picnic for Saturday July 4th,
at Painesville State Park.
Swimming, games and refresh
ments are in order. Members
will meet at Howard Johnsons
Restaurant on E. 107th & Eu
clid Ave. at 1:00 P. M. Irene
Bohm, Ann Bavec, Emily Pau
lin and Helen McHale will take
care of reservations.
Members with reservations
will attend the "Great Waltz”
at the Musicarnival on Wednes
day evening July 8th.
A record hop will be held in
the air-conditioned hall of St.
Nicholas E. 36th and Superior
ave., on Friday evening July
10th. Miss Betty Pratesi of
1847 Haldane rd. is a member
of the dance committee. Re
freshments will be served at
the dance.
The Catholic Adult Social
Club is open to all single people
over the age of 28, who are in
terested in social, religious and
charitable activities. Meetings
are held at St. Nicholas Hall
every second and fourth Tues
day evening.
Shaw Dance
Proves Success
The East Cleveland Recrea
tion Department has found that
its experiment of dividing the
dance clientele into two group.
is most satisfactory.
On Tuesday evenings the se
nior dance is held on the sun
deck of the pool bath house
from 8:00 p. m. to 10:00 p. m.
This group includes all high
Accordion Lessons
Private Plus Band Training
GAUS CONS. OF MUSIC
880 E. 185 St. KE. 1-2431
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13417 Euclid at Superior
RETAIL WHOLESALE
PHONE
MUlberry 1-0786
"Paint and Wallpaper
Is Our Business"
Open Friday Nite
TUI 6 Pj.ll.
O BRIEN PLAINTS
school students and older per
sons.
The junior dance is held from
7:45 to 9:45 p. m. on Thurs
day evenings. This group in
cludes all junior high and
younger students.
Even though the weather has
been quite cool, the attendance
has been very good—341 at the
last senior dance and 280 at
the last junior dance. W’ith the
warmer weather coming on, the
attendance is expected to in
crease.
Each Friday throughout the
season a sandbox contest will
be held at 7:30 p. m. at Shaw
Field Payground.There are two
classifications—one for those
under 10 years and one for
those over 10 years. Prizes will
be awarded to winners.
Locke Thompson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George L. Thompson
of 936 Ravine ave., has been
elected to Maroon Key, junior
class honorary society at Col
gate University.
Election is based on out
standing contribution to the
life of the College through
leadership in academic and ex
tracurricular activities.
Maroon Key is primarily a
service organization.
Thompson is a 1957 graduate
of Shaw High School.
Mr. and Mrs. William David
Reisdorf, 1830 Woodlawn rd.,
are the parents of a son, Wil
liam David II, born June 9th.
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Scoop up a summerful of
fashion at our great sale of
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