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Thursday, May 30, 1963
East Glenville
Methodist Church
St. Clair and Laneelot
JON R. FRESHWATER, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL .. 9:30 A.M.
WORSHIP 10:45 A.M.
Topic: "WHAT A METHODIST
RELIEVES ABOUT THE HOLY SPIRIT"
EAST CLEVELAND
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
(United Church of Christ)
Euclid and Page Avenues
One Modi Eaef et Lee
REV. DEWEY F. FAGERBURG, JR.
Minister
IDENTICAL WORSHIP
SERVICES
SUN. 11 A.M.-WED. 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL SUN. 11 AJ4
Pilgrim fellowships for
Junior and Senior High*
East Cleveland
BAPTIST CHURCH
(American Baptist)
14516 Euclid Ave.
REV. BLAIR BENNER, Minister
9:45—Church School
11:00—Morning Worship
(Nursery care during church)
St. James Lutheran
Church
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER
1:30 AM—CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 AM—WORSHIP SERVICE
Everyone Welcome
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
Minister
Wm.
P. Wilhoyte
Sunday School..........
SIXTH UNITED
Presbyteriae Church
Hayden and Castalia Ave.
0:30 AM.—Sunday School
10:45 AM—Morning Worship
Service
10:45 AM—Nursery and
Junior Church
SUNDAY EVENING
6:45 PM.—Senior C£
WEDNESDAY
7:30 P.M.—Prayer and
Bible Study
t:30 PM—Senior Choir
Rehearsal
FRIDAY EVENING
7:00 PM.—Junior CX
Church News.
He
wm
8:45 A.M
Sunday Sermon 10:45 AM.
Sermon Topic
"DIVINE DIRECTION"
Youth Service .......... 6:15 PM
Sunday Evening .. 7:00 PM
Sermon Topic
"Possessing Our Potential"
(Firestone
Illi
Jay Hunton Appointed
African Missionary
Jay E. Hunton, hi* wife
Carol and daughter Heather
Jayne have been appointed as
missionaries to Nyasaland,
Central Africa. They will sail
for their first five year term
in August.
son of Rev. and Mrs.
James E. Hunton, former pas
tor of The First Church of the
Nazarene, East Cleveland, was
a well-known three sport ath
lete at Shaw High School and
a 1955 graduate.
selected one of four
from among 150 young men for
a four year National scholar
ship at Rutgers University in
New Brunswick, N. J. He par
ticipated in varsity football,
track and La Crosse at Rutgers
and received his degree in 1959.
Mr. Hunton had his B. D.
degree conferred upon him at
The Nazarene Seminary in
Kansas City, Mo., in May oi
1962, after three years of
study.
He was wed to Carol Schoen
feldt of Kansas City, Mo., in
June of 1960. They have a
daughter, Heather Jayne, who
was born in Kansas City in
May of 1961. Carol is a grad
uate of Kansas State with a
B. S. degree.
COLLINWOOD
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
East 154th and School Ave.
Bible School 9:30 AM
Worship Service 10:45 AM
W. S. NOBLE, Pastor
TRINITY E.U.B. CHURCH
Hayden at Alder
Neal G. Lund, Minister
Church School 9:30 AM
Worship 10:45 AM
PENTECOST
SUNDAY
All Are Welcome
St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland. Ohio
Rec. Canon Lawrence H. Hall,
Rector
The Rev. Bruce R. Hill, Assistant
8:00 AM—Holy Communion
9:30 AM.—Holy Communion
11:15 AM.—Holy Communion
ALL ARE WELCOME
Windermere
Methodist Church
14035 EucRd Ave. at Holyoke
Ministers
DR. A. GEORGE WHITEMAN
REV DAVID R. NEWELL
Church School
9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship
10:45 A.M.
"LIFE IN THE SPIRIT’
Dr. George Whiteman
Preaching
Austin Chapel Service
7:00 P.M.
EVERYONE WELCOME
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Lutheran Women
Meet Tuesday
The Lutheran Church Women
of St. James Lutheran Church
will meet Tuesday, at 8 p. m.
The meeting will b* held in
Shauffer Hall, 1424 Hayden
ave.
The Rev. Allen Youngblood,
pastor of Advent Lutheran
Church, will speak on "Mission
Development.”
o o o
Rev. Lund Leaves Trinity
The Rev. Neal G. Lund, pas
tor of Trinity Evangelical
United Brethren Church, Hay
den at Alder, for the past two
years, will take a new post in
the ministry at Butler, Ohio
this summer.
With his departure, a new
approach will be tried with
Hilcrest and Trinity coming
under the guidance of the Rev.
Duane Somerville of Hilcrest
EUB, 1400 Lander rd. An
assistant pastor will be ap
pointed at Trinity to share
duties at both churches and will
take residence in the parsonage,
13813 Alder ave., soon.
As the Reverend Dewey
Fagerburg, Pastor at the East
Cleveland Congregational
Church, said, "Speaking in be
half of the Ministerial Associa
tion of East Cleveland, we
deeply regret to hear that the
Reverend Lund will be leaving,
for all of us have benefited
from his penetrating insights
into the Christian Faith and
his youthful vigor in putting
the Faith to work in our world
in a real and relevant way. His
leadership will be sorely missed
by all of us in the Church and
in the community. We wish him
God’s speed in his new work
and know that he will bring a
great deal to any area in which
he serves.”
New Members
Are Welcomed
At Sunday's 11 a.m. worship
service, The East Cleveland
Congregational Church will
welcome into fellowship the
new members class, celebrate
communion, and administer the
sacrament of infant baptism,
with Rev. Dewey F. Fagerburg
officiating.
Monday evening at 8 p.m.,
two Circles will hold June meet
ings. Circle 7 will meet at the
home of Mrs. Hugh Harris,
13608 Fifth ave., and Circle 8
with Mrs. Fagerburg at the
Parsonage, 1860 Chapman ave.
Following the usual Mid
Week Worship Service Wednes
day, June 5th at 7:30 p.m., a
joint meeting will be held at
the church by the Action Group
and the Long Range Planning
Committee, headed by Harry
B. Winsor, chairman.
A new church directory of
members is being completed by
Mrs. W. E. Boger, office sec
retary, and will be distributed
early next month.
Registrants already scheduled
to attend summer camp semi
nars at Pilgrim Hills, in central
Ohio, include: Rev. Dewey
Fagerburg and William O. Mc
Carthy, adult leaders Connie
Greenlee, Middle High Linds
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Griffin and Mary Ellen Serota,
Planning and Training, and
Linda Griffin, Young Adult
Group.
Society Holds
Final Meeting
The final meeting of the
Woman's Society of the East
Cleveland Baptist Church, until
fall, will be held, Wednesday,
June Sth at 12:30, starting
with a Potluck Luncheon with
the Circles joining in. The
luncheon will be followed by
Love Gift Dedication, Business
Meeting, and Meditation and In
stallation of Officers, with Mrs.
F. E. Vandaveer, president of
the Women’s Council of the
Cleveland Baptist Association,
installing the officers. There
will also be special music.
Sunday morning is Com
munion Sunday, at the 11 a.m.
Morning Worship Service, with
the Rev. Blair Benner filling
the pulpit.
Young Adults
To Meet Sunday
The YAC’s, the Young Adult
Christians of the Windermere
Presbyterian and East Cleve
land Baptist Churches, will
meet next Sunday at 12:30
p. m. in front of the Winder
mere Presbyterian Church.
They will then leave for a
picnic and afternoon of fun at
Strawberry Lane.
When the congregation of the
Windermere Presbyterian
Church gathers next Sunday
morning for worship, the topic
of the Rev. Mr. O. C. Sappen
field’s sermon will be “The
Mustard Seed of Power.”
The Junior High Church
School classes of the Winder
mere Presbyterian Church will
meet at the church Sunday
morning at 8 a. m.
After a breakfast cook-out
in Forest Hills Park, they wlil
gather for their own worship
service which will be conducted
by Shirley Alvarez and Sara
Grover.
Each person is asked to bring
25 cents and the food will be
furnished, under the super
vision of Dave Harlan and
Mrs. Marguerite Malone, the
advisor of the group.
Comedy to
Be Reviewed
Thursday, June 6th, Mrs.
Kenneth D. Scott, jr., serving
on the Executive Board of the
600-member Play House Wo
men’s Committee, will review
a comedy before the Loyal
Daughters Class. The soloist
for the evening is Mrs. Lois
Jack Doolittle of Chagrin Falls.
The occasion is the June
dinner (6:30) held at the
Church of the Cross, Winsford
and Caledonia.
Miss Ida Kast and Mrs. Reg
inald Musgrave are in charge
of table decorations.
Mrs. Fred E. Suppes was re
elected president of the class
for a second two-year term.
Dr. Whiteman’s
Sermon Topic
Dr. A. George Whiteman’s
sermon Sunday at Windermere
Methodist Church, Holyoke and
Euclid aves., will be Life in
the Spirit.”
At Windermere Methodist
Church at 7 p. m. Rev. David
R. Newell will preach at Aus
tin Chapel Service.
Artists Hear
G. Buschmann
Euclid Art Asociation meet
ing is Monday in Euclid Park
Clubhouse at 8 p. m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Gladys Buschmann, well-known
in water color and oil painting
circles. She has exhibited nine
times in the Cleveland May
Shows.
Mrs. E. R. Hausrath and Mr.
Jack Heasley will exhibit their
work. Her specialty is enamels.
Mr. Heasley won first prize in
wood sculpture at 1963 Three
Arts Show.
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PRESENTS
Thursday, Memorial Day
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
SHEILA JEAN LOFTUS, a
junior at Baldwin-Wallace
College, was named co-re
cipient of A. Fred Crossman
Leadership Prize at a recent
all-college Student Recogni
tion Day ceremonies. The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Loftus, 16281 Oak
hill, Sheila is chairman of
Personnel Commission of
Student Council, standards
chairman of Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority, a member of
the College Union Commit
tee and Women's Recreation
Association. She was recog
nized as an outstanding
freshman her first year at
the college. Elementary edu
cation is her vocational aim.
Idle
Thoughts
By Ruth Klimowski
PHYSICAL FITNESS RE
PORT: That group of boys who
decided to tackle the well
known 50 miles early this month
really succeeded! From East
Cleveland to Twinsburg (and
back), supervised by Ray
Snyder, physical Director of the
YMCA, these stalwarts win a
laurel wreath and a bottle of
liniment: William Letso, Ken
Smith, John Hamilton, John Sek
say, Jim Schmitz, and Bob Kish.
Bill Johnson got in 20 miles
before his feet gave out. In
spiration and encouragement
was given on the 13%-hour
trip by Joe Kish, father of one
of the boys, who also made this
walking marathon. There’s still
vigor left in our adults, too!
ALL IS NOT GOLD that
glitters. This is particularly
true on the streets and side
walks of our town. It’s broken
glass. Is there some new sport
known as bottle-breaking?
Where does it all come from?
The park seems to have more
broken glass, even on the trails,
than we have ever seen before.
Take pity on that “barefoot
boy .” summer’s bound to
come for real.
LITTLE K NOWN: Useless
Facts Department: Here’s a
real conversation-stopper for
your next party. East Cleve
land has 100 miles of sidewalks.
PEOPLE: This may be the
best location in the nation, but
did you ever look around you,
on the bus, or in a department
store, at the faces of the peo
ple? Everybody looks either
grim or belligerent the Ameri
can face in repose doesn’t mir
ror the happiness and content
ment we are supposed to have.
Why don’t more people smile
and look happy?
DEATHS
Anthony DePasquale
Funeral services will be con
ducted this afternoon for An-
thony DePasquale, 14500
Northfield ave. He-was the hus
band of Georgia the son of
Mary and the late Joseph the
brother of Mrs. Rose Serrian,
Mrs. Florence Cincola, Mrs. Vi
ola Spinnelli, Joe, Earl and the
late Frank DePasquale.
Asseme Egee
Funeral services were con
ducted Monday afternoon at the
Greek Orthodox Church of St.
Demetrios for Assemene Eges
(nee Georgalis), 14517 Orin
oco ave. She was the wife of
the late George and the sister
of George and Christ Georgalis,
Mrs. Sylvia Prinios and the
late John Georgalis.
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LOSE ONE'S RELATIVES
Service News ..
Airman Rufus Choice
In Special Project
LACKLAND AFB,Tex.—Air
man Third Class Rufus Choice
recently participated as a vol
unteer in a special project at
the United States Air Force
Hospital here which will con
tribute valuable information
on how to safeguard the physi
cal condition of space travelers
now and in the future.
Airman Choice, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman H. Woods of
1315 East 125th st., is one of
30 volunteers for “Project
Strong Bones,” a research proj
ect which will keep him isolated
for 60 days. The project is
pointed toward the development
of specific physical exercises
adequate enough to preserve
normal muscle tone and bone
strength when normal activity
is not possible, such as in the
case of astronauts in cramped
space capsules.
The 18-year-old airman, who
entered the Air Force in July,
went into the artificially isola
tion environment more than a
month ago. He and the other
project volunteers, ranging in
age from 17 to 22, are highly
selected young airman. They
were chosen for their motiva
tion, emotional stability and
peak physical condition.
e e e
Two East Cleveland men have
received new training and duty
assignments in United States
Air Force job sepecialties fol
lowing completion of their basic
military training here.
Airman Charles F. Smith, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan A. Wort
man of 1760 Collamer rd., will
attend the technical training
course for aircraft maintenance
specialists at Amarillo AFB,
Tex.
Airman Billie H. Ward, jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Billie H.
Ward, sr., of 1723 Lake Front
ave., will be assigned to Lit
tle Rock AFB, Ark., for training
and duty as a cook.
The airmen are graduates of
Shaw High School.
John Burke, jr., electrician’s
mate third class, USN, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of
1656 East 133rd st., left Nor-,
folk, Va., on May 1st aboard
the guided missile cruiser USS
Little Rock. She is bound for'
the Mediterranean. I
The Little Rock is scheduled
to become flagship for the
Commander, Sixth Fleet.
Major Terrence A. Roberts'
has retired from the United
States Air Force after more
than 20 years of active duty,
He was organizational main-(
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Maintenance & Supply Group
at Laughlin Air Force Base, Del
Rio, Texas.
A native of Cleveland, he
plans to visit his brother and
family in Van Nuys, Calif., his
wife, Dorothea’s family in Mel
rose, Minn., also his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts,
1870 Page ave., before settling
down in Orlando, Fla., in the
fall.
e e
Walter J. Luchka, Jr., machin
ist’s mate fireman apprentice,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter J. Luchka, sr., of 1835
Penrose ave., is serving aboard
the submarine USS BLUE
BACK, which recently left her,
base of operations, Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii, to join six other
Navy ships in Australia and
take part in celebrating the
21st anniversary of the Battle
of the Coral Sea.
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Dennis L. Johnson, seaman
apprentice, USN, son of Mrs.
Mary L. Johnson of 14106 Po
tomac ave., is engaged in un
derway training aboard the
attack aircraft carrier USS
Shangri-La at Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba.
The six-week training period
is aimed at increasing the com
bat efficiency of the carrier.
The Shangri-La is the flag
ship of Carrier Division Six,
which includes several aircraft
squadrons of various types.
Naval Reservist George R.
McCann of 1741 North Taylor
rd., will be performing his an
nual training duty at the Great
Lakes Naval Station, Ill. start
ing June 16th. For two weeks
McCann will receive the same
intensive basic training as that
given regular Naval personnel.
Naval Reserve training duty
at shore stations and aboard
ships of the fleet helps reserv
ists to gain and maintain pro
ficiency in their specialty and!
enables them to quickly fill a
Navy job in case of a national,
emergency.
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