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Campus News
Antonia Condopoulos, a Jun
ior at Ohio University, was
elected a member of the Mortar
Board. Toni is Lindley Hall
president.
She is a member of the Eastern
Orthodox Youth Fellowship
and of WRA intercollegiate
bowling team.
Toni is a 1960 Shaw grad
uate and is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Condop
oulos, 1528 Lakefront ave.
Laurel Sillag, sophomore at
Denison University, Granville,
is an initiate of Alpha Epsilon
Delta, pre-medical honor soci
ety there. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sillag,
15810 Henley rd.
Miss Sue Wingerter, 15565
Brewster rd., was recently
chosen as an attendant on the
Triad Miami Court at Miami
University, Oxford, O. Miss
Wingerter is a member of the
Gamma Phi Beta sorority and
was a member of the 1962
Homecoming Court. She is a
senior in the College of Educa
tion and majoring in Spanish.
Six juniors at four Ohio State
Universities have been awarded
Ethicon scholarships for public
relations internships in Ohio
hospitals this summr. All will
attend an orientation meeting
in Columbus tomorrow.
Recipients of the scholarships,
which are for $750 include Pa
tricia Gest, 16035 Henly rd.
She will serve at St. Eliza
beth Hospital, Youngstown.
Donald Gacey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Gacey, 1392
East 141st st., won four ath
letic awards at John Carroll
University’s annual extra-cur
ricular awards banquet, Mon
day, May 20th.
In all, 320 students were
honored for leadership in ex
tra-curricular activities, includ
ing athletics.
Gacey received the Captain
of the basketball team award,
the basketball second award,
honorable mention, All-Catholic
Small College All-American
award, Brooklyn Tablet, PAC
All-Conference team, and Fath
er Mooney Memorial Trophy
for most valuable basketball
player.
Ward Lyndall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Lyndall, jr., 1021
Helmsdale rd., has been named
to the resident’s List at Alle
gheny College for the second
term of the college’s 1962-63
three-term academic calendar.
Lyndall, a member of the
sophomore class at Allegheny,
earned an average of 92.44 for
the term just past.
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Stephen D. Webster has been
named to Yellow Key, sopho
more men’s honorary society,
which serves as the Univer
sity of Rochester’s hospitality
organization.
Webster is the son of Mr.
ano Mrs. Stanley G. Webster,
15801 Glynn rd. He is a mem
ber of Sigma Chi fraternity.
Martha Stillinger
Martha Stillinger has been
selected for Mortar Board, na
tional women’s honorary, at
Ohio Wesleyan University.
Miss Stillinger, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Still
inger, 1001 Nelaview, is a grad
uate of Shaw High School. She
is a junior and is majoring in
Spanish.
She was not on campus for
the initiation because she pres
ently is taking a semester of
study at Bogota, Columbia.
Selection for Mortar Board
is based on a student’s achieve
ments in scholarship, leader
... 'Via our au iiioerviun
the Student Government,
YWCA, and was president of
her freshman dormitory. She is
a member of Kappa Alpha
Theta, social sorority.
Graduating June 2nd from
Bowling Green State Univer
sity is Sharon Lapka, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M.
Lapka, 1377 Hampton rd.
Sharon will teach in the Dear
born Elementary School System
next September. She is a mem
ber of Alpha Xi Delta National
Sorority, was a member of
Standards Board and pledge
evaluation and a chairman of
Student Union Social Activities
on campus.
Also graduating June 2nd
from Shaw High School is
Sharon’s sister, Claudia Lapka
who was recently inducted into
National Honor Society and was
a member of the Shaw Hi
Liters.
Claudia is enrolled at Bowling
Green and will enter the Col
lege of Education next
September.
Miss Louise Howell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John W. How
ell, 1907 Knowles ave., a fresh
man at Adrian College, Adrian,
Michigan, has just been nomin
ited as a candidate for “Best
Actress of the Year” for her
performance in one of the
principal roles in the musical
“Earnest” based on “The Im
portance of Being Earnest” by
Oscar Wilde.
Louise is one of three can
didates
honor.
nominated for this
Bichar ds, daughter of
Mrs. Ralph M. Rich
1374 Elwood rd., re-
Helen
Mr. and
ards of
ceived freshman, sophomore,
and senior class honors and
has been elected to Pi Kappa
Lambda, honorary music so
city at Oberlin College.
Margaret Chambers, daughter
of Mrs. Lawrence B. Chambers,
1868 Farmington rd., has been
appointed by the Student Gov
ernment Association of The Col
lege of Wooster, where she is a
junior, to serve on the Women’s
Primary Court, for the 1963
1964 school year.
When the Student Govern
ment Association of the College
of Wooster recently completed
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Margaret Chambers, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B.
Chambers, 1868 Farmington,
was appointed to the
Primary Court.
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Guest Day Tuesday
“House of Baskets” will
presented by Mr. Stratton
Ostomy Group
Meets Sunday
The Q. T. Cleveland Ostomy
Association will hold its next
regular meetings on Sunday,
at 2 p. m. at Huron Road Hos
pital.
This group Is a non-profit
mutual-aid group founded for
the purpose of informing
people about the various types
of ostomy. Before and after
surgery an ostomy patient is
given courage and aid in re
habilitating themselves.
Any Ostomite spouse or
member of the medical profes
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For information call Mrs. Ann
Colclazier, president, IV. 1-6314.
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a junior
Miss Chambers is
majoring in religion.
daughter
Elizabeth Swanson,
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.
Swanson, 1981 Reyburn ave.,
has been initiated into The
University Players, Local The
ater Arts Service Honorary, at
Denison University, Granville,
where she is a sophomore.
uiuukui
she purchased a girl’s bike to
use this summer on a two-week
Girl Scout bike trip.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schuff,
1841 Grasmere, announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Ann Lucile Schuff, to Gilbert
John Myers, jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Myers, 9700
Rosewood on May 25th at 1
p. m. Ceremony was performed
in St. Clare Church in Lynd
hurst.
Sylvia Tobicash was maid of
honor, and Janet Schuff, Kathy
Schuff, and Virginia Jones,
bridesmaids.
The bridegroom’s attendants
were John Stokar, best man,
Daniel Kole and Eugene Griew
isch, ushers.
The bride, a teacher in South
Euclid-Lyndhurst system, was
Army Eyes
June Grads
be
of
New Philadelphia when The
Terrace Club gathers Tuesday.
Mrs. Stanley W. Ross will
open her home at 31600 Tril
lium Trail for the occasion,
which is Guest Day.
Sfc. Robert W. Milnes, your
local Army recruiter announces
that students graduating in
June have been processing for
choice opportunities in the US
Army since April and the spe
cialized choices are becoming
very scarce.
High School graduates in
June may qualify for a guaran
teed school in a specialized vo
cation in the fields of electron
ics, general mechanical, combat
arms, motor maintenance, cler
ical and general technical. An
individual can also further his
education up to a two-year level
of college where the Govern
ment will pay up to 75 per cent
of the tuition.
College graduates in June
may select Officers Candidate
School before enlistment. While
attending Officers Candidate
School for 23 weeks they are
receiving experience in per
sonnel management and to be
come a leader of men. This op
tion is for period of approxi
mately two years and eight
months. Upon graduating out
of Officers Candidate School,
they are commissioned as a sec
ond lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
These choices are just a few
for those men who have a mili
tary obligation to fulfill of the
many opportunities the U.S,
Army has to offer. They can
contact Sfc Milnes at 14236 Eu-j
did ave. Phone 761-0184, on
the numerous programs the
U.S. Army has for individuals
between the ages of 17 and 35.'
Cancer Talk
Dr. John Storer, a member
of the medical staff at Huron
Road Hospital, will speak on
•‘Cancer and Smoking” follow
ing luncheon at Monday’s
meeting of the East Cleveland
Kiwanis Club at the East
Cleveland YMCA.
At last week’s meeting, the
Kiwanians honored eight spell-'
ing winners from East Cleve
land schools. Honored were!
Linda Scharschmidt, Caledonia
Ethel Underwood, Chambers
Christine Horvath, Mayfair
Barbara Pace, Prospect Elise
Coleman, Rozelle, Deborah Bar
ris, Superior Stephen McKay,
representing the 7th and Sth
grades at Kirk Junior High
and James Whitman, repre
senting the 9th grade
graduated from Heidelberg Col
lege. Mr. Schuff, an employee
of Parker-Hannifin Corpora
tion, is an alumnus of Kent
State University.
After a Florida wedding trip,
the couple will be at home at
27331
Sidney ave.
Schott-Schneider
&
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schott.
24867 Marsdon dr., announce
the engagement of their daugh
ter, Sharon Martha Schott, to
Larry Steven Schneider, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Schnei
der, 2035 Sagamare dr.
The couple are both 1961
graduates of Euclid Senior High
School.
A 1964 spring wedding is
planned.
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