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Thundery. July 9, 1959
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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 graduate of Shaw
High School.
No wedding plans have been
set as yet.
Leonardi-Smith
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leon
ard!, 340 Lloyd rd., announce
the engagement of their daugh
ter, Joan, to Dale K. Smith,
son of Mrs. Jack Crockett, 938
East 150th st.
Miss Leonard i graduated
with the class of ’58 from Col
linwood High School.
Mr. Smith attended high
school in Carmichael, Pa.
A
September wedding
planned.
Thompson-O’Toole
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.
Thompson, 14806 Dover ave.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Janice Mary to
Peter J. O’Toole, son of Mrs.
James J. O’Toole and the late
Mr. James J. O’Toole, 12555
Euclid ave.
A November wedding is
planned.
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McNeilly -Mackey
Two Kent State
graduates were married at St.
John’s Lutheran Church in Port
Clinton, Ohio, June 20th.
Univrfeity
The former Patricia Ann
Mackey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph T. Mackey, 1673—
25th st., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio,
was married to Earl Edward
McNeilly, son of Mrs. Charlotte
McNeilly, 1289 Bender ave.
The Rev. John E. Braun of
Port Clinton, officiated, at the
ceremony.
The bride’s gown was fash
ioned of nylon chiffon over
satin with princess style bod
ice, panelled in Alencon re-em
broidered lace and sequins,
with sweetheart neckline and
short shirred sleeves. The bouf
fant skirt swept into a full
chapel train. Her fingertip veil
was held in place by a crown
of seed pearls and sequins. She
wore chiffon mitts, pearl ear
rings, and carried a cascade
bouquet of white stephanotis
and orchids.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kline of
Lakewood were best man and
matron of honor, respectively.
Bridesmaids were: Mrs. Rich
ard Willis, Cincinnati Miss
Nancy Green, Akron and Miss
Dorothy Fischer, Port Clinton.
Leonard DiLillo, William
Parkhurst and David Imrie
were ushers.
The mother of the bride wore
a blue organza and lace sheath
aver taffeta dress with a small
blue feather hat, matching
shoes and white gloves.
The mother of the bride
groom chose a pink organza
over taffeta dress with a small
hat, matching shoes and white
gloves. Both mothers wore
white cymbidium orchid cor
sages.
is
A rehearsal dinner was served
to the bridal party and its
guests at the Lake House Hotel
in Port Clinton on the evening
before the wedding.
Mrs. Kenneth Black, aunt of
the bride, was hostess at a buf
fet luncheon for the bridal par-
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER ________________ ____________________
in her home preceding thelfrom Detroit and Miss Virginia
ty
ceremony.
The couple will make their
home at 22651 Fox ave., fol
lowing a wedding trip to Flor
ida.
Mrs. McNeilly will teach at
Chambers this fall and Mr. Mc
Neilly will continue teaching at
Kirk Junior High.
The bride was affiliated with
Alpha Phi sorority and the
bridegroom was a member of
Delta Upsilon fraternity
at Kent State.
Miss Blanche Wellman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel G. Wellman of 343 East
105th st., Bratenahl,
the bride of Floyd M.
now, 2128 Miami dr.,
evening ceremony
East Cleveland Congregational
Church, June 27th.
became
Krege
at an
at the
Rev. W. Coburn Sweet Jr.,
officiated.
Miss Nora Jean Wellman was
maid of honor and the father of
bridegroom Ernest M. Krege
now was best man.
Bridesmaids were Miss Judy
Widman, Miss Ellen Schreiber
St. James Lutheran
Church
United Lutheran Church tn America
1424 Hayden Avenue
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9:30 A.M.
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Hayden Av®, at
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Minister
Wm. P. Wilhoyte
Sunday School........... 9:45 AM
Sunday Sermon.........10:45 AM
Sunday Evening .... 7:30 PM
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Penfield. Junior bridesmaid
was Miss Nancy Wellman.
Ushers were Leonard DiLillo,
Tom Litwiler and Doug Well
man.
After their reception at the
Mayfield Country Club the
couple left for a wedding trip
to the Poconos.
a grauuate of
of Michigan
affiliated with
The bride is
the University
where she was
Sigma Kappa and in Phi Beta
Kappa.
while
K regenow Wellma n
The bridegroom is a gradu
ate of Rutgers University and
a member of Phi Gamma Delta,
and Phi Beta Kappa.
The couple will make their
home in New Haven, Conn.,
where the bridegroom attends
Yale Medical School.
Club^
The Lions will hold their
sight council installation at
Smith’s Restaurant Saturday
at 7:00 p. m.
The golf outing will be held
at the Aurora Country Club
July 21st.
Contact Bob Thompson Sr.,
at GL 1-6320 for reservations.
STAMP CLUB
The last summer meeting of
the East Cleveland Philatelic
society saw the incumbent club
officers unanimously re-elected.
The officers are: Milton La
Forge, president Frank
Schauer, vice president and Ma
tilda Adams secretary and
treasurer.
The club will resume meeting
Sept. 10th at 8:00 p. m. at the
YMCA.
Hilltop Garden Club will meet
at 11:00 a. m. on July 15th for
a tour of the Daylily Farm
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goss
1191 S.O.M. Center rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E.
McGrath, 825 Nelaview rd., are
the grandparents.
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
Euclid and Pago Avenuee
ROBERT R. PETERS, Mlniztoj
CAROL P. HUNTER. Director
of Christian Education
11:00 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
Nursery Caro for Infants
Jr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:00 PM
Sr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 PM
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
9:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP
YOU ARE WELCOME
St. Faul’s Episcopal
Cliarcb
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
Eaat Cleveland, Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hatt,
Rector
8:00 AM.—Holy Communion
10:00 AM.—Morning Prayer
and Sermon
Church School
Numery Through Third Grade
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterias Cbarcb
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE.
R«t. Arthur Copeland, Paztar
9:30 AN.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
John E. Forrester, Supt
10:15 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE
Sermon Subject
A HAPPY DECISION
By:
Rev. Arthur Copeland
10:15 A.M.
NURSERY JUNIOR CHURCH
8:45 P.M.
SENIOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
Windermere
Methodist Church
14035 Euclid Ave. at Holyoke
THURMAN ALEXANDER
RICHARD CLARK
Mtaiaten
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Duplicate Worship Services
9:30 and 10:45
Swoon Topic
’ON SERVING JESUS'
EVERYONE WELCOME
Y Still Has
Openings For
Ranch Hands
The new Rolling “Y” Ranch
has openings for a few more
ranchers, it was announced
today by Don Fortune, YMCA
Executive and Director of East
Cleveland’s Ranch which opens
on July 18th and closes
July 24th.
on
The Ranch represents
“spread” of over 600 acres
Ohio
from
lo-
cated near Carrollton,
which is about 95 miles
Cleveland.
least
Applicants must be at
12 years of age. This is a new
type camp for the “Y” where
boys live the life of a real cow
poke. They will learn to rope,
mend fences, care for cattle,
eat from a chuck wagon, ride
and care for his own horse and
sleep in a bunkhouse or under
the stars. They will receive ex
pert instruction from the Ranch
Foreman who knows the coun
try and many western tales.
The following ranchers are
registered: Randy Priscilla,
Tom Maloney, Rich Stepneski,
Greg Ford, Dan Hart, Ken Can
non, Tim Stevenson, Thomas
Hartley and Mike Siedel.
Dwight Kennan, Bob Dell,
Robert Turner, Bill Howell,
Richard Norton. Charles Pierce,
Bob McGuire, Neil Austin, and
Frank McCaskey.
Bill Fricke, Greg Myles, Greg
Spoth, Robert Webster, Edward
Vargo, Bill Towner, Robert Mel-j
reit, Kenneth Jones, Bob Petche,
and Greg Towner.
Further information may be
obtained by calling the “Y” at
GLenville 1-3425.
of
at
Members have been asked
bring a box lunch and the
cial committee will serve a
beverage at noon. Mrs. Roy
Miller, 1016 Woodview rd.,
will be assisted by Mrs.
Charles J. Lenz, 16050 Clevidon
rd. Mrs. Arthur C. Peters, 1264
Cleveland Heights blvd., and
Mrs. William Schlipf, 904 Nela
view rd.
A special exhibit of Daylily
arrangements by the Hilltop
members will be featured.
The business meeting will be
held at 1:00 p. m. and conclude
with a short lecture at 1:30 p.m.
Recent Births
to
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gran
eto, 1659 Hower st., have named
their son, born June 2nd, John
William.
so-
Mr. and Mrs. William Forest
Jr., 13951 Terrace rd., announce
the arrival, June 23rd, of their
daughter, Nancy Kay.
Martin Robbins is the name
chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Sher
man Berne, 1718 East 133rd st.,
for their son born June 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutnik,
1749 Hayden ave., call their son.
born June 26th, Bryan Robert.
The Peter Pajunas family of
1720 Page ave., boast a daugh
ter, Pamela Ann, born June
26th.
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