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Church News ...
Install Philathea
Class Officers
i
“Operation Abolition” a documentary movie that
has caused much controversy throughout the nation
will be shown at the Hayden Avenue Baptist Church,
1740 Hayden ave., at 8 p. m. Sunday.
The film is a newsreel account of student demon
strations against the House Un-American Activities
Committee in San Francisco I
last year.
Before the showing, at 7 p.m..
Pastor Donald B. Woodby will
speak on “Communism, It’s Ap
peal and It’s Followers. As This
False Ideology Is Related To
The Bible.”
Members of the Philathea
Class from the East Cleveland
Baptist Church will have a Pot
luck Svpper at the church, fol
lowed by Installation of Of
ficers by Mrs. Robert H. Rimer
tomorrow (Friday) starting at
’6:30 p. nt.
Officers are Mrs. Eugene
Schafer, president Mrs. Car
men Lawrence, vice president
it. Faui’s Erjjscspal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
Eosi Cleveland Ohio
Rev Canon laurence Hob
Rector
8 00 A Holv Communion
9:30 A.M.—Holy Communion
11:15 A.M.—Holy Communion
St. James Lutheran
Church
United Lutheran Church in America
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV ALFRED BUEHNER
9:30 AM.—CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.-WORSHIP SERVICE
Everyone Welcome
Windermere
Methodist Church
I
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14035 Euclid Ave at Holyoke
THURMAN ALEXANDER
RICHARD L. CLARK
Ministers
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship
10:45 A.M.
HOLY COMMUNION SUNDAY
Sermon Topic
"HE TOOK BREAD"
by
Rev. Thurman F. Alexander
EVERYONE WELCOME
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1896— Tour Family Church
in *h« Heart of East Cleveland
9:30-
Church
School
Morning
During
Church
11:00—
Wonhip
7.00-
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
(Opposite East Cleveland Library)
Minister
REV O. SAPPENFIELD
Sermon Subject
"TWO OR THREE"
Controversial Film Will Be Shown Here
Mrs. Harlan Miller, secretary
Mrs. Ross Lane, treasurer Mrs.
Ralph McCurdy, devotions Mrs.
Eleanor W’illiams, membership
Mrs. Herbert Funk, social Mrs.
Herbert Warman, welfare, and
Mrs. Charles Sprinkle, ways and
means.
Rev. Clyde A. Holbrook, from
Oberlin College, will be the
guest preacher, Sunday, at the
regular worship service at
11 a. m.
There will be Communion and
Hand of Fellowship Service.
John Avery York. Minister-in
Training will assist Dr. Hol
brook.
The Final Woman’s Society
meeting, until Fall, will be
Wednesday with a luncheon at
12 noon served by the Rhoda
Circle. Mrs. J. H. Vail will have
special music, and Mrs. George
Reebel will give a book review
on “One Sait and Seven Sin
ners.”
Choirs Present
"Vna Sancta” Cantata
The Choirs of Hope Lutheran
Church, 2222 Taylor rd., will
present the Cantata, “Una
Sancta”. at the 11 a.m. service
Sunday, under the direction of
Reynold Ellis.
The theme of the Cantata is
expressed in the title, and is
divided into three sections:
"One God,” “One Church,” “One
Mission”.
Beautiful anthems are pre
sented by the choirs, supported
by texts read from Holy Scrip
ture by the Pastor. Reverend
Clyde A. Miller, and three tradi-
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
Euclid and Page Avenues
ROBERT R. PETERS. Minister
RUTH B. CHASE,
Director of Christian Education
11:00 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
Nursery Care for Infants
fr Pilgrim Fellowship 7:00 P.M
Sr Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 P.M
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
Minister
Wm. P. Wilhoyt
Sunday School 9:45 A.M
Sunday Sermon ____10:45 A.M
Sunday Evening 7:30 P.M.
SHAW AVENUE
BAPTIST CHURCH
13028 Shaw Avo.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Worship Service
11:00 A.M.
Evening Service 7:45 P.M.
Wed.—Prayer Meeting
7:45 P.M.
Rev. Charles Homa, Potior
Everyone Welcome
ANNUAL COMMUNITY
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
June 19th thru June 30th
Sessions Mon.-Fri. 6:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M
AH Boys and Girls Are Welcome
Ages 3 thru 14
You May Register by Phone—HI. 2-7231
ADULT CLASSES WILL BE CONDUCTED AT
THE SAME TIME BY REV. WILHOYTE
on the manual of the Church of The Nazarene
First Church c? The Nazarene
REV. WM. WILHOYTE, Minister
MRS ROBERT F. WITBECK, Supervisor
Hr’jjdcn Avenue at Claiborne Road
East Cleveland
PERHAPS YOU HAVE HEARD ABOUT IT!
seen it?
But, have you
FILM -“OPERATION
This film shows the methods
uses in stirring up riot among
and order.
ABOLITION”
the Communist party
students against law
This film is an official document of the United States
House of Representatives. It is introduced by Repre
sentative Francis Walter.
You may see the film free of charge at the
HAYDEN AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH
1740 Hayden Avenue
SUNDAY, JUNE 4th 8 P.M.
EVENING SERVICE 7 P.M.
SUPERVISED NURSERY
at each service
Rev. Donald B. Woodby, Pastor
REGULAR SERVICES
Sunday School 9:45 A M.
Worship Service 11:00 A.M.
Evening Service 7:00 P.M.
Prayer Meeting,
Wednesday ............ 7:30 P.M
tional chorales are to be sung
by the congregation.
The public is invited to attend
this musical worship service.
Rev. Sappenfield
Returns From Reunion
The subject of Rev. O. C. Sap
penfield’s sermon, Sunday, at
the Morning Worship Service of
the Windemere Presbyterian
Church will be “One or Threee.”
Rev. and Mrs. Sappenfield
spent a recent weekend in Louis
ville, Ky., attending the 10th re
union of his class at Louisville
Seminary.
Items for this column may
be mailed to reach Gene
Hersh, 814 East 152nd st.,
Cleveland 10, by noon Tues
day (MONDAY preferred) or
phoned to GLenville 1-4878.
Five Baptised At
United Presbyterian
“Interpreting the Bible” will
be the sermon topic of Rev.
Roscoe J. Varble. Sunday at the
10:45 a. m. worship service at
the Phillips Avenue United Pres
byterian Church, East 125th st.
at Phillips ave.
The Senior Choir will sing as
the anthem, “Song of the Shep-
Girl Scouts
East district Girl Scouts
honored all the leaders from
eight neighborhoods at a re
cent luncheon and tea, at Nela
Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. George Lister, District
Chairman welcomed all the
leaders by expressing her thanks
to them for putting Girl Scouts
in the top position they are
today.
Mrs. Lister and Mrs. L.
Burke, District Advisor pinned
leader yellow ribbons on some
40 leaders from this area.
District Chairmen helping to
make this tea a success were:
Mrs. V. Moses, Mrs. J. Hable,
Mrs. L. Shifler, Mrs. L. An
drews, Mrs. M. Marcez. Mrs.
E. Holesbus, Mrs. D. Pinkand,
and Mrs. A. Richardson.
The Caledonia Neighborhood
Girl Scout Organization has
scheduled an outdoor bacon and
eggs breakfast for this morn
ing from 10 until 11:30 at For
est Hills Park.
This is the final meeting of
leaders, service team and girl
scout mothers for the season.
Mrs. Thomas S. Peters, 3426 Syl
vanhurst rd., outdoor chairman,
is in charge of the breakfast.
LaTour Opens
Agency Here
LaTour Oldsmobile will open
in its new building today at
25200 Euclid ave.
The main building includes a
52 by 38-foot showroom, 80 by
160-foot service department and
general offices occupying 58 by
32 feet.
Personnel, remaining the
same, include Ambrose LaTour,
president and general man
ager Ralph L. Meacham, vice
president and service manager
John G. Bartuccio, company
secretary and parts manager
Joe Kuharich, jr.. sales man
ager. and Miss Ruth Shoemaker,
office manager.
LaTour is a veteran of 40
years in the automobile busi
ness.
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
REV ANDREW I WHITE. Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Church School
8*30-10:45—Worship Services
6:30 Senior Youth Meeting
Sermon Topic
"GOD IS LOVE"
You Are Welcome
HAYDEN AVENUE
BAPTIST CHURCH
'Came, ot Hoyden and Second)
East Cleveland
SUNDAY SCHOOL—9:45 AM.
Nursery Core for All Services
EVENING SERVICES
7:00 PM.
WED -PRAYER MEETING
7 30 M.
Preaching Christ. Crucified.
Risen—Coming Again
REV DONALD $. WOODBY Poster
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterian Church
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVI
R«v Arthur Copeland. Ratfor
9:30 A.M.—Sunday School
10*45 A.M Morning Wore hip
Service
10 45 A -Nursery and lunioi
Church
4:45 PM.—Youth Fellowship
Wednesday—7:30 P.M.—Prayar
Service
Wednesday- -0*30 M. —Choir
Practice
Friday 7 PJ4. -lunioi E.
Friendly Welcome To AB
herd Boy” by Johnson and as
the offertory “Christ the Kirig”
by Colvin.
Recently baptized were the
following children: Jennifer Eil
een Barrett, John Raymond
Chettham, Michael Bruce Evans,
Denise Reena Evans and Bryan
Keith Marshall.
Fun and Acquaintance
For Calvary Lutheran Juniors
The Junior Department of
Calvary Lutheran Church, ages
nine through 11, with their par
ents, will meet at 5 p. m. on Sat
urday, June 3rd, at Forest Hills
Park pavilion. There will be
games, refreshments and group
singing, and “break-up” will be
at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith
are the leaders in charge of the
outing and “Fun and Acquaint
ance” will be the theme. All new
and regular members have beer
notified.
Contact Mrs. Smith, VI.
1-5541 for more information.
Join The
Army, See
The World
According to Sgt. Edward
Quelch, local Army Recruiter,
unlimited opportunities to see
Europe are open to young men
who enlist now for direct as
signment there.
This Army option enables a
soldier to spend his 3-day
passes and 30-day leaves sight
seeing on the Continent.
Sidewalk Paris cafes, Ger
man castles, Austrians in em
broidered leather “liederhosen"
and Italian vineyards will be
come familiar
you’ve set foot
soil, you’ll want
Holland, Sweden,
zerland and Spain!
sights. Once
on European
to see it all:
Greece, Swit-
To learn whether you qualify
for guaranteed assignment to
Europe, see Sgt. Quelch at his
office, 31219 Vine st., Willo
wick or call WH. 4-1520.
DEAR DAD: You asked me
to remind you to call Joanne
at GL 1-4383 before 8 p.m
Tuesday night. Y’ou said some
thing about taking one of those
“Little Ads With Big Results”
to sell the refrigerator, stove
and washer.
Special Summer Orgar
Course Available
Registrations are now being ac
cepted for the “six weeks for
six dollars” summer organ
course for beginners both adult
and children. Fee includes les-,
son, necessary music, use of
organ in your own home.
See for yourself how easy it is
to play well known favorite
tunes right away. Enjoy the
greatest hobby for relaxation
you have ever experienced.
Phone Grabowski Music Co.,
ED. 3-2464 for reservations in
your area.
Foot Notes!
From
FRANK SHOES
Combined
EXPERIENCE
38 Years of
SHOE FITTING
Ks i
FRANK FERRATO ERNIE D'AMATO
Would Licensing
Shoefitters Solve
The Shoe-Misfitting
Problem?
Many people think so but my
opinion is that licensing would
protect neither the shoeman nor
the customer. The "know-how"
of fitting shoes, particularly chil
dren's shoes, is not as important
as the "care-if."
If a license would guarantee
carefulness there should be a
law requiring every driver of
an automobile to have one.
There is?
Featuring
America's Finest Fitting Shoe
Jt-ank
16523 Euclid Avenue
Just a Block East
of Ivanhoe
KEnmore 1*8446
WE TAKE PRIDE IN
OUR FITTING
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Chest X-Ray
Completed
(Continued from page 1)
Missbach, Mrs. William Smith,
Mrs. Allen Shoenberger, Mrs.
Raymond Lann, Mre. John
Bascom, Mrs. George Galam
bush, Mrs. Kenneth Weitzel,
Mrs. Irving Schreck, Mrs.
Michael Hudak, Mrs. Marion
Huff, Mrs. Charles Coiner,
Miss Elsa Berg, Miss Pauline
Berg, Mrs. Raymond J.
Warner, Mrs. James Hamilton,
jr., Mrs. Theodore Demchak
3-PIECE MODERN
SECTIONAL SOFA
and Mrs. Alan Fricke, Prospect
PTA.
Mrs. J. P. McGreevy, Mrs.
Ethel Murphy, Mrs. Josephine
Cortese, Mrs. Frank Hable,
Mrs. George Lutjen and Miss
Mary Healey, Christ the King
Church.
Mrs. Herbert Powell, Mrs.
Laura Clemons, Mrs. Donald
Swanson, Mrs. Madaline Love,
Mrs. Kenneth Titus and Mrs.
Richard Heintz, Rozelle PTA.
DRIVE NEED BLACK-TOP?
See our Handy Business Direc
tory for rapid service at reason
able rates. Our advertisers arc
offering complete new black
topping service as well as patch
ing and re-surfacing.
Handsomely styled, priced low! New miracle
fiber covers are washable come in beautiful
decorator colors: for real comfort test the
extra high, foam filled, plush cushions.
3-PIECE WHITE FRENCH
PROVINCIAL BEDROOMS
Nicely -made sets with many expensive fea
tuies. Consists of bed with bookcase head
board. triple dresser, chest. All drawers dust
proof and center guided.
13 CU. FT. AUTOMATIC
DEFROST FRIGIDAIRES
Big capacity refrigerators that mean no more
defrosting! Hold lots of frozen foods, even
give you plenty of storage in the doors. Save
plenty now!
CHROME OF BRONZETONE
7-PIECE DINETTE SETS
Big size dinettes with genuine Formica tops
that resist heat, are bum-proof. Comfortable
chairs have box seats. Lots more features/
choice of colors. See them.
PHONE GL. 1-6465
Shop Mon., Tues., Thun., Fri., 9:30 to 8
Sat., 9:30 to 6 Closed Wod. Plenty of FREE Parking
My savings at
W'
4
2nd Big Value-Packed Week
of Bargains in Morgan &
Hershman s 25th Anniversary
Sale of Furniture, Appliances,
and TV. Hundreds of Items on
Sale at Drastic Reductions!
The Big Furniture Savings Are
at 12402 St. Clair-Right Now.
That's Where Thrifty Shoppers
Go...How Much Will You
Save On Furniture You Need?
And Here are Just a Few of the Hundreds of Honest Values:
reg. $399.95
268“
reg. $489.95
268”
compare at $109.00
69”
morgan hershman
SECOND FEDERAL
help more Clevelanders
to buy or build homes!!
Member Federal Saving* and
Loan Iniuranco Corporation
avings and Loan Association
CONTINUOUS FILAMENT
NYLON CARPETING BUY
12402 8T. CLAIR
333 Euclid Ave... and five other convenient offices
Here's a special sale price on this long-wearing
nylon carpeting that's made better to stay beau-
tiful longer. Resists stains nicely. Decorator colors.
BIG GROUP OF 48x90"
READY-MADE DRAPERIES
Thrifty way to save on these lovely pinch
oleated draperies. They come in smart colors
take your pick of florals, geometries, modern
patterns.
LtcBCOR 4-SPEED HI-FI
PORTABLE PHONOGRAPHS
Grand graduation gift! Intermixes 10“ and 12“
33-1 3 rpm records. Has automatic shut-off, dual
sapphire needles, powerful amplifier. Comes in
handsome case.
CLOSEOUT OF DECORATOR
FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS
Now's your chance to save on the lamps you
need and there's a great big group of lovely
styles to choose from. Save on each and
everyone.
CLIVILAND, OHIO
Thundery, June 1, 1811
£.97
reg.
4”pr.$7.85
pr.
compare
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