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BAPTIST CHURCH PLANS
“VANITY FAIR” LUNCH
Women of the East Cleveland
Baptist Church are planning
a
“Vanity Fair” Luncheon, to
morrow (Friday) at 12:30 p.m.
There will also be a bake
gale in connection with the lun
cheon.
Members of the Latta Class
also will meet tomorrow at the
church at 8 p.m. Hosts and
hostesses are Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bechtel, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Brown, Miss Jane Gibbs,
Mr. and Mrs. David Wightman
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Litwiler.
There will be a “Silent Auction”
of gifts from many vacation
spots, which is
the evening.
the “fun” of
for this Sun
In General or
Sermon Topic
day is “Religion
Particular” at the 11 a.m. ser
vice. There will also be a Baby
Dedication Service at that time
also.
The “Ruth” Circle will meet
at the church Thursday Nov.
17th. The “Martha” Circle will
St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland Ohio
Rev- Canon Laurence H. Hal
Rector
Rev letlery M. Richards.
Curate
8:00
A M.—Holy Communion
9:30
A.M.—Family Service
Church School
3 Mo. through
Senior High
11:15
A.M.—Morning Prayer
and Sermon
Church School
3 Year through
3rd grade
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterian Church
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE
Rev Arthur Copeland. Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Sunday School—
Elder John Forrester, Supt.
10:45 A.M.—Morning Worship
Service
10.45 A.M.—Nursery and Junior
Church
9:45 P.M.—Youth Fellowship
Tuesday—7:30 P.M.—Boy Scouts
Wednesday—7:30 P.M.—Prayer
Service
Wednesday—8:30 P.M.—Chou
Practice
Friday—7 P.M.—Junior C. E.
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meet at the home of Mrs.
Katherine Couch, 864 Greyton
rd. The evening Circle will meet
at the church in the evening
at which time Mrs. Charles
Barker will speak to this group.
Spaghetti Supper at 6 p.m.
Nov. 17th, sponsored by the
B.Y.F. of the church. Proceeds
are to be used towards con
vention expenses for young peo
ple going to Zanesville, Ohio.
LOYALTY SUNDAY
TO BE OBSERVED
This Sunday will be LOYAL
TY SUNDAY at Windermere
Presbyterian Church. The title
of Rev. Sappenfield’s sermon
will be “The Riot at Ephesus.”
The World Service Guild of
the Windermere Presbyterian
Church will meet at the home
of Miss June Aingworth, 4046
Bluestone rd., at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday evening, Nov. 15th.
WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP
MEETING WEDNSDAY
Miss Helen Huntington
Smith, director of Women’s
Work in the Ohio Conference of
Congregational Christian
Churches, will be the guest
speaker at the Women’s Fellow
ship meeting next Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m.
Her inspiring message, “What
Difference Does It Make,” is
based on a challenging experi
ence she had at the Ecumenical
Windermere
Methodist Church
14035 Euclid Ave at Holyoke
THURMAN ALEXANDER
RICHARD CLARK
Ministers
Ihurcb School 9:30 A.M
Morning Worship,
10:45 A.M.
Sermon By
Rev. Thurman F. Alexander
Pastor
EVERYONE WELCOME
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1896—Your Family Churct
in the Heart of East Cleveland
9:30—
Church
School
Nursery
Care
During
Church
11:00
Morning
Worship
7.00 P.M.
U.P.Y.
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Minister
REV O. C. SAPPENFTELD
Sermon Topic
"THE RIOTS AT EPHESUS"
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Devotions will be led by Mrs.
John Miller. Bring a friend and
share this opportunity.
A luncheon will be served at
12:30 by Circle 5 with Circle 6
a shostess. A board meeting
will precede both luncheon and
program at 11 a.m.
The Church s planning a
Family Thanksgiving Service
Pilgrim Pot-Luck Dinner
for Sunday, Nov. 20th. Each
family will bring a gift of can
ned or packaged food to the
service that morning. This food
will later be shared with fam
ilies in the Inner City Protes
tant Parish. Directly after the
service, families will gather for
a pot-luck dinner.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
Thomas L. Osborne, Assis
tant Cuyahoga County Prosecu
tor, will speak at the Nov.
meeting of the Holy Name So
ciety of Christ the King Church,
this Sunday immediately fol
lowing the 8 a.m. Mass. The
subject of his talk will be “Ca
tholic Layman.”
This marks the first time, ac-]
cording to Thomas Lograso,
president, that the church’s
1000-member society will hold,
its regular meeting after the
monthly corporate Communion.
Also at the meeting, Spiritual
Director Rev. S. W. Fridrich
will name Mr. Carmen A. Cor
tese the Holy Name man-of-'
.the-month. i
UNITED NATIONS I
STANDING IS SERMON
TOPIC
Does the United States have
God’s blessing? Will it bring:
permanent peace? These ques
tions will be answered this Sun
day at 6 p.m. when A. G. Kres-!
elback delivers a public address
entitled “How Does the United
Nations Stand With God” to
Jehovah’s Witnesses at the
Windermere unit, 14444 Euclid
ave. All persons are invited.
Other meetings are held on(
Tuesdays at 8 p.m. and Thurs-i
days as 7:30 p.m.
FAITH LUTHERAN
CHURCH
"The Church of The Lutheran
Hour"
HAYDEN AVE. & GLENSIDE RD
Rev. R. E La Fontaine. Pastor
THE SERVICES
10:30 AJA
8:00 A.M.
SCHOOL
AM
SUNDAY
9:15
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd
Minister
Wm. WUhovtf
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Sunday School .... 9:45 A.M
Sunday Sermon ... 10:45 A.M
Sunday Evening .. 7:30 PJ4
Deaths
Charlea Polzner
Funeral services were con
ducted this morning from
Christ the King Church for
Charles Polzner, 68, who died
Sunday night in St. John Hos
pital.
Mr. Polzner worked 27 years
for Kroger’s and was a fore
man at the firm’s meat pack
ing plant.
Surviving are three daugh
ters, Mrs. Philip Caporii Mrs.
Stephen Dillon and Mrs. E. J.
Cahill and three grandchildren.
Mr. Polzner lived at 1721 N.
Taylor rd. His wife Della
died a year ago.
John F. McCormick
Funeral services were con
ducted in New Castle, Pa. for
John F. McCormick, 1817 Allen
dale ave. He was the husband'
E. GLENVILLE METHODIST
12651 St. Clair Ave.
CHARLES FREDERICK JONES, D.D
Church School 9:30 A.M.
W.S.C.S. THANK OFFERING
SERVICE 10:45 A M.
Miss Virginia Baldwin, Missionary
from India, Speaker
Bible Study—Wednesday
7:30 M.
HAYDEN AVENUE
BAPTIST CHURCH
Ceme
of Hoyden and teeond)
Cost Cleveland
SUNDAY SCHOOl 9.45 A.M
Nursery Care tor All Service*
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
1:00 A.M
EVENING SERVICES
7:00 P.M
WED PRAYER MEETING
7.30 PM
Preaching Christ. Crucified
Risen Coming Again
REV DONALD WOODSY Paste*
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
EucUd and Page Avenues
ROBERT F. R. PETERS, Minister
RUTH B. CHASE,
Director of Christian Education
11:00 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
Nursery Care for Infants
1r. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:00 P.M
Sr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 P.M.
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER.
Film On Parks
Julius Czapko will return
to the East Cleveland Public
Library with another of his
color slide programs.
This time his program is
entitled “Our Western Na
tional Parks” and will be
shown in the auditorium
Thursday, Nov. 17th at 8 p.m.
Mr. Czapko* an ex-member
of the Cleveland Orchestra,
has also taught musie in the
Cleveland Public Schools.
of Lois V., the father of John
H., Joseph R., Richard J., Al
bert French, and John and
James Bushman and the broth
er of Edward, Harry, Thomas,
Joseph and Florence Kennedy.
How come?
At
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Free Movie Tickets
plimentory tickets to the Shaw
Haydon Theatre by reading the
naaee to ten ads scattered thru
the paper. If you find your name
lust dip the ad and take
tha Shaw-Hayden Theatre
you'll get two free tickets.
San., Mon„ TaesM "The Time
Machine.**
Next Wed., "The Crowded
Sky."
Check all the ads and maybe
you'll And your name. If not this
week, be sure to lock next week.
There'll bo ten names each week,
good for 20 tickets at the Shaw
Hayden Theatre.
LUTHERANS BELIEVE
Good works are necessary.
They are necessary because they express the Christian
faith. They do not earn merit in God’s sight, nor gain heaven.
Well, a Christian is a Christ-ian, or a Christ follower, or
a “little Christ.”
So, the Christian must follow in Christ’s steps-^-foring,
feeding, healing.
These are good works.
These works reveal the love of God through His people
these works lead people to Him these works are a fulfill
ment of Christ’s statement that His followers would do
greater works than He did.
Good works come after faith. They grow out of faith.
A person who has faith in Jesus Christ simply can’t help
doing good works, in order that Christ might be shared with
the world. Faith without works is dead.
An excellent slogan for the Christian might be HAVE
FAITH—MUST WORK.
REVIVAL MEETINGS
FIRST FRIENDS CHURCH
Superior Ave. and Melbourne Road
NOVEMBER 10 20
SERVICES EACH EVENING
(Except Saturday) at 7:45
SUNDAY—10:45 A.M. A 7:30 P.M.
Speaker —Mrs. Ruby Reisdorph
PROMINENT WORLD MISSIONARY LEADER AND EVANGELIST
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
RBV. RALPH E. SMALLWOOD, Paster
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CALVARY
LUTHERAN
CHURCH
ST. JAMES
LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 EUCLID
1424 HAYDEN
GL. 1-1152
II. 1-1342
10:45 A.M.
7:30 A.M
Worship Service
Church School
10:45 A.M.
10:45 A.M.
Worship Servin
Church School
GET RID OF THIS OCTOPUS!
surf otlitr “low-hout»powar” tympiomt
Speaks On Spies
The meeting of the East
Cleveland Exchange Club to be
held next Tuesday, at noon/ will
have as its speaker James Broz,
an attorney, employed by the
City of Cleveland.
it to
and
Mr. Broz was engaged in
counter- intelligence activities
during World War II and still
maintains an interest in this
activity. The subject of his talk
will be “Recent Developments
in Subversive Avtivities”.
Th*
ThursM FrU Sat., "All
Young Men."
Kiddle matinee Sat, Burt
caster to "Jim Thorpe, AU Ameri-
Mail Box
To the Editor:
You deserve both a hand
shake and a pat on the back for
the run-down you gave the
voters on the bond issues in
last Thursday’s edition.
Everyone will agree, I am
sure, that they were growing
ever so tired of the presidential
repetition on radio, television
and in newpsapers. It was a
real mental lift to have you
explain and give your endorse
ments of our all-important bond
issues.
Thanks for showing us the
way through the presidential
pressure!
Sincerely,
Mrs. June Evans
Dear Editor:
I appreciated your write-up
with regard to my book and
also for my getting accepted
as an author in the Ohioana
Library in Columbus for 1960.
The reason I published this
book was so that others might
find peace and contentment. I
enjoy my 82 years, having
spent almost 'fifty of them in
our City. I pray my experience
may be a help to others. Thank
you again, I am, with kindest
regards and wishes,
John W. Clapham
13716 Superior rd.
YOUR CHURCH having a cele
bration? Want to tell the folks
in your congregation? Want a
first-class job that won’t cost
a mint? Why not give us the
job to print? I|
YOU THE INVITED TO JOIN OTHER EAST CLEVELAND
PROTESTANTS IN THE
HOUSEPOHER
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NOVEMBER 13, 'VICTORY DAY"
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WELCOME
WHAT DOES IT PROFIT A MAN IF HE
SHOULD GAIN THE WHOLE WORLD
AND LOSE HIS OWN SOUL?"
THE VICTORY IS IN CHRIST JESUS
A LIVING GOD DESERVES YOUR FELLOWSHIP
Learn About God In Sunday School
A FRIENDLY WELCOME HERE
The Hayden Ave. Baptist Church
1740 HAYDEN AVE.
Jjait Cleveland, Ohio
Tou Ara Corcil^IIf
FREE LECTUREAAttendTeInvited
ON
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ENTITLED
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE PANACEA
FOR WORLD UNREST"
By
FLORENCE MIDDAUGH, C.S.B.
of Los Angelos, California
Member at the Board of Lectureohtp of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ. Setontint to Boston. Massachusetts
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
8:00 P.M.
Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist
14713 Lake Shore Blvd.
Small Children Can Ba Cared For During The Lecture
Ample Parking to Rear of Church
JUL JUIS WELCOME
EAST CLEVELAND COMMUNITY
THANKSGIVING WORSHIP SERVICE
(SPONSORED BY THE EAST CLEVELAND MINISTERS' ASSOC.)
WEDNESDAY EENING, NOVEMBER 23rd
7:30 P.M.-ORGAN RECITAL
8:00 P.M.-WORSHIP SERVICE
REV. ARTHUR COPELAND, Preacher
SERMON TOPIC
"On Being Thankful"-
EAST CLEVELAND BAPTIST CHURCH
14516 EUCLID AVENUE
WINKING LIGHTS A SHORTAGE OF OUTLETS
BLOWING FUSES DARK HOME AREAS
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