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Eleven Gain Hight
Catholic Honors
Recently 11 Caledonia neighborhood intermediate
and senior girl scouts have achieved the highest honor
given by the Catholic Church to girl scouts.
The Marian Medal was presented to each of the
following girls by Auxiliary Bishop John F. Whealon
in St. John Cathedral:
Susan Allison, Anne Troy
chak, Maureen Walsh and Jen
nifer Young of Senior Troop 4
Kathleen Koenig and Maureen
Raeburn of Intermediate Troop
385 Therese Quinn, Susan
Tripi of Intermediate Troop
1090 Maureen Egan, Barbara
Hach, Barbara Rodeno of In
termediate Troop 1122.
Bishop Whealon expressed
appreciation to the scout lead
ers and to the parents for the
leadership that they have given
in preparing the scouts. He
hailed the scout movement as
“one which prepares youth for
future leadership to church and
country.”
The Rev. Robert J. Ward,
assistant in Blessed Sacra
ment Parish, in his sermon
said:
“The girl scout pledge has
its foundation in the words of
Christ. These words were
spoken on two different occa
sions.”
“The first occasion was when
Christ told the young doctor of
law of the two great command
ments—love of God and love of
neighbor—and the other occa
sion when Christ said, ‘Render
unto Caeser the things that are
Caesar’s and to God the things
that are God,’s.’
The girls are members of
Christ the King Church and
worked for the past year to
earn the medal under the direc
tion of Rev. Sylvestor W. Frid
rich.
After the ceremony the girls
enjoyed a party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George R.
Raeburn, 16008 Neladale
rd.
Troop
Cale-
Sixteen Brownies in
1019 were invested at
donia School on Nov. 8th. A
part of the story “The Brown
ies,” by Juliana H. Ewing was
used for the Investiture cere
mony.
There were twenty-five
guests present.
The girls served “brownies”
for refreshments.
The following girls were
invested: Virginia Benz,
Nathalie Blossom, Pamela
Boyce, Angela Cornelia, Carol
Dearth, Laura Dauchy, Vir
ginia Egan, Kathy Harshaw,
Carol Hart, Janice Keister,
Beverly Kerrigan, Mary Jo
LoPresti, Aimee Melreit, Mar
tha Orr, Susan Perchan, Patty
Welty.
Leaders Mrs. Bernard Keis
ter and Mrs. Howard Benz.
GIRL SCOUTS
St. Philomena Girl Scout
Troop 1280 and 1241 went on
a weekend overnight trip to
Hemlock House, Camp Marga
ret Bates.
The group included Mary Eil
een Boyle, Nancy Beckenhauer,
Marcia Beckenhauer, Joanne
Bremer, Diana Drew, Annie
Farley, Judith Hess, Katherine
Keller, Barbara Lavediere,
Pamela Lynch, Karen Petkosh,
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Complete Body Repairs
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O
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Anne Marie Richardson, Peggy
Richardson, Patricia Schoenen,
and Peggy Soeder.
Troop Leaders, Mrs. Daniel
Boyle and Mrs. William Rich
ardson were aided by Mrs.
Louis Soeder and Senior Scout
Anne Marie Boyle.
Patricia Schoenen, 1521 Hol
yoke ave., and a member of
Troop 1241 was awarded
Marian award recently
Christ The King Church.
Eastern Star
Installation
Is Saturday
Hazel Vought
Trevor Chapter No. 415 Or
der of the Eastern Star will
hold its annual installation of
officers Saturday, Nov. 25th at
the Glenville Masonic Temple,
10619 St, Clair ave., at 7:30
p. m.
Hazel H. Vought will be in
stalled
mb worthy matron and
her husband, Lester A. Vought
will be worthy patron. The
Voughts reside at 14303 Ter
race rd.
Installing officers will be La-'
verne Lawson, past matron of
Glenville Chapter No. 359 and
past grand representative of
British Columbia and John H.
Hay, past president and "Wor
shipful Master of Euclid Lodge
No. 599.
Czapko Films
Julius Czapko will return to
the East Cleveland Public Li
brary to show another of his
colorful slide programs.
This is entitled “From Brus
sels to Strassburg” and will be
shown on Thursday at 8 p.m.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
£nyayemenb
Pernus-Banaszek
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at
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Judith Pernus,
daughter of Mrs. Joanne Per
nus, 13706 Eaglesmere ave. to
Rome Banaszek, son of Mrs.
Stephanie Banaszek, 565 East
248th st.
the
The Marian Award is
highest honor a Catholic
Scout can receive.
Girl
Caledonia Senior girl scout
troop 146 spent last week-end
bent camping in the Camp
Ground in Ohio State Park at
Pymatuming.
The girls set up their tents
in a high wind (they all stayed
up) cooked all their meals
over an open fire (even baked
a cake successfully in a Dutch
Oven).
The troop spent considerable
time following trails laid out
in the park and hiking around
the edge of Pymatuming Lake
one night hike was included in
the program.
Their Sunday service was
held on the shore of the lake
with a rude cross
an altar with
backdrop.
serving as
lake as a
the
now busy
The troop is
planning a Thanksgiving bas
ket for a family in the East
Cleveland area.
Phyllis Woodworth, Kathy
Moore and Bitsy Rose are Pa
trol leaders. Troop leader is
Mrs. J. Z. Bayliss, 3398 Hender
son rd.
A June wedding is planned.
Weed-Olson
K,
E. Weed,
announce
c.
rd.
Mr. and Mrs.
17921 Windward
the engagement of their daugh-'
ter, Maryellen to Dave H. 01-,
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-i
man E. Olson of Casper, Wyo.'
Miss Weed attended Notre:
Dame Academy and Notre
Dame College and was grad-'
uated from Dayton University.
She taught school in Cleveland
for two years and is at present
teaching in Casper, Wyoming,!
where she resides at 1008 South'
Wolcott.
Mr. Olson, a graduate of,
Kansas State and Cornell is!
a representative of J. M. Drain
and Co. of the New York Stock
Exchange.
A December 30th wedding isi
planned in Casper.
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Organizations in the City
Civic and Social
American Red Cross, Blue
Star Mothers, Boy Scouts, Busi
ness Association, Business and
Professional Women’s Club of
YWCA, B’nai B’rith Youth Or
ganization, Campfire Girls, East
District, Campfire Leaders’
Association, Community Coun
cil, Community Picnic Commit
tee, Council of Church Women.
Democratic Ward Clubs,Forest
Hill Home Owners, Inc., Frater
nal Order of Police Associates,
Girl Scouts, Golden Age Sunny
Monday Club, GOP Woman’s
and Ward Clubs, Hilltop Garden
Club, Lawn Bowling Club,
League of Women Voters, Liter
ary Guild, Lyric Theatre Guild,
Ministerial Association, Parent
Teacher Associations (one in
each school), PT A Council,
Philatelic Society, Republican
Ward Clubs, Rod and Gun Club,
Superior-Rozelle Property Own
ers’ Civic Association, Teachers’
Association, Terrace Garden
Club, Woman’s Club. Women’s
Board of Huron Road Hospital,
YMCA,
YWCA,
Forum.
and
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The
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ans of Foreign Wars, Post No.
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Forest Hill Masonic Lodge,
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and Council.
About
PEOPLE
You Know
At home after graduating I
from McAllister School of Mor-1
tuary Science is James A. Mc
Kee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har
old McKee sr., 14207 Northfield
ave.
Club,
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Y Mothers’
Young Men’s
Service Clubs
American Legion Post No.
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Jim, who successfully passed
the New York State Board of
Funeral Directors, will be home
for the holidays with his fam
ily until the first of the year.
Lions,
Exchange, Kiwanis,
Rotary, Y’s Men’s Club.
War Veterans
He will return to upper state
New York to follow in his pro
fession.
A daughter, Margaret Mary,
was born Nov. 10th at Mac
Donald House of University
Hospitals to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
J. Egan, 2035 Taylor rd.
Ger-,
their
Nov.1
Twins, Katherine and
trude Stenzel celebrated
83rd birthday Monday,
20th.
A dinner party was held on'
Sunday where friends and rela-1
tives gathered to honor the!
octogenarians. I
They have resided for the
past four years with a niece,
Mrs. Eleanor Ware, 1642 East
133rd st.
y&r
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