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Photos on November 20, 2013

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Senator John F. Kennedy speaks in Youngstown's Central Square on Sunday, October 9, 1960, during the presidential race.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Shutrump Fifth Annual Memorial Mass took place Nov. 3 at the Ursuline Motherhouse in Canfield to honor living and deceased members of the family. This year the Mass also celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Motherhouse, which Fred Shutrump constructed. Members of his family as well as the families of John Shutrump, Fred’s brother, and George Shutrump, his cousin, also attended the Mass and brunch.

Added: Sun, November 3, 2013

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Jeffrey A. Mitch and Christie N. Baker

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Bethany N. Beck and Matthew J. Kominak

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Columbiana Women’s Club will host its annual Holiday Brunch and House Tour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 6 and 7. Five houses will participate: the CWC Clubhouse at 121 N. Main St.; Vivian Mahon’s home at 116 N. Vine St.; Jason and Leah Wilson’s rustic log cabin home at 973 Fairfield Ave.; Jay and Rita Espenshade’s working-farm home at 5584 Knopp Road, Salem; and Kelly Hillman’s home at 41086 Bonesville School Road, Leetonia. Tickets, which cost $15, are available at Vivian’s Antiques, 24 S. Main St., and the Next-to-New Shop, 121 N. Main, before the event and at each house the days of the tour. During tour times, maps will be available at all the sites. Above, Wilson and her children eagerly await the holiday season and the visitors who will see their decorated home.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR East High School Class of 1953 celebrated its 60th reunion Oct. 5. Those attending, in the front row, from left, were Mary Magner, Betty McFall, Philomena Tiberio, Nancy DeLucia, Viney Shaw, Phyllis Wick and Mary Lou Cambert. In row two are Phyllis Simon, Geneva Hall, Lilla Napolitan, Frances Poulos, Judy Biondillo, Mafalda Burrelli, Donna Schneider, Alice Marchione, Carolyn McCorkle and Dorothy Williams. In the third row are Clara Lentine, Angela Behan, Anthony Parrotto, David Price, Ethel Cantwell, Pat Mangee, Rosetta Yemma, Chuck Claypoole, Bob Majors, Ilene Willingham, Adele Perez and Irene Nicola. In the fourth row are Joe Sandy, Abel Rios, Pete McBride, Joe Saadi, Lillian DeSalvo, Larry Markasky, Jim Jordan, Jerry Kernan, Pat Dickson and Nancy Thompson.

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Vanessa R. Blair and Christopher W. Kaneck

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Members of the board of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society and of the Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown planted two Princeton variety elm trees earlier this month at the Arms Family Museum, 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown. The trees, donated by Dellaquadri Landscaping, are the first two the garden club is planting to reintroduce the species. Dutch elm disease is responsible for the demise of the uniquely American tree. From left are Dr. William J. Cleary, president of MVHS board of directors; Bill Lawson, MVHS executive director; Bob Calcagni, MVHS board; and Larry Tooker, Men’s Garden Club.

Added: Wed, November 6, 2013

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Christine B. Dull and Patrick B. Morrison

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Warren Republican Women’s Club members recently attended a reception honoring the Cardinal Members of the Ohio Federation of Republican Women at the Ohio Governor’s Residence and Gardens. In descending order are Barbara Rosier-Tryon, Cardinal member; Lenore Antonelli, WRWC guest; Joanne Arndt, OFRW Cardinal chair; Jean Turner, OFRW president; and Eddie Wolcott and Dorie Harris, Cardinal members.

Added: Fri, November 8, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR William E. Johnson, dressed as the Colonial patriot John Hancock, stands between retired Lt. Col. Rod Hosler of Boardman, left, and retired Maj. Peter Mihai of Youngstown. At a recent meeting of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, Johnson was the guest speaker. He offered a glimpse of colonial history in Hancock’s persona. An actor in the stage play “1776,” Johnson also has written two fictional historical books about colonial days: “Snug Harbor Tavern” and “Seeds of Love — and War.” A former Navy aviator, Johnson lives in Youngstown and gives seminars nationwide. The next MSVC-MOAA meeting will take place jointly with the Mahoning Valley Chapter of the Reserve Officers Association Dec.8 at the Manor Restaurant, at the corner of state Route 46 and Kirk Road in Austintown. For reservations call 330-568-4456.

Added: Thu, October 24, 2013

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Matthew Boyer and Rachel Dugan

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Joseph P. Metzger and Tara M. Pietrobono

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Jacqueline Kennedy manages a faint smile as she stands in Arlington National Cemetery near the grave of the assassinated president, Nov. 28, 1963. (AP Photo/Bob Schutz)

Added: Wed, November 20, 2013

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Several thousand persons lined W. Federal St. and Central Square in Youngstown on October 9, 1960, to greet the Democratic candidate as he arrived downtown. Photo taken by Youngstown Vindicator Photographer Paul Schell looking west on Federal St. from the intersection of Phelps.

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President John F. Kennedy slumps down in the back seat of the Presidential limousine as it speeds along Elm Street toward the Stemmons Freeway overpass after being fatally shot in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy leans over the president as Secret Service agent Clinton Hill rides on the back of the car. (AP Photo/Ike Altgens)

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This diagram shows how Lee Harvey Oswald, suspected assassin of Pres. John F. Kennedy, was slain while being transferred to the county jail, Nov. 24, 1963. He was brought down the elevator en route to an armored car at Commerce Street when gunned down by Jack Ruby. Oswald died a short time later in the hospital.

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Secret Service agent Clint Hill climbs into the back seat of the limousine a moment after President John F. Kennedy and Governor John Connally of Texas were shot in Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963. Black arrow points to Mrs. Connally ducking bullets, and white arrow points out the agent's foot, mistakenly thought to be the president's when the photo first ran.

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The flag-draped casket of President John F. Kennedy lies in state in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Nov. 23, 1963.

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President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy on their arrival at the Dallas Airport (Love Field) on Nov. 22, 1963. They are greeting unidentified people. (AP Photo/HWB)

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U.S. President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy are riding in the backseat of an open limousine on Main Street at Ervay Street as the presidential motorcade approaches Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Only moments later the ride ends in the president's assassination. Texas Gov. John Connally, who will be wounded in the ambush attack, and his wife Nellie are seated in the limousine's jump seat.

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President John F. Kennedy is greeted by an enthusiastic crowd in front of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth, Nov. 22, 1963.

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Secret servicemen standing on running boards follow the presidential limousine carrying President John F. Kennedy, right, rear seat, and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, left, as well as Texas Gov. John Connally and his wife, Nellie, in Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963. Moments later, President John F. Kennedy was shot by an assassin.

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The flag-draped casket of President John F. Kennedy lies in state in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Nov. 23, 1963.

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President Kennedy and the first lady Jacqueline Kennedy receive an enthusiastic welcome as they arrive in Dallas Love Field, Nov. 22, 1963. Later that day the president was assassinated as his motorcade moved through the city.

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The limousine carrying mortally wounded President John F. Kennedy races toward the hospital seconds after he was shot in Dallas, Tx., Nov. 22, 1963. With secret service agent Clinton Hill riding on the back of the car, Mrs. John Connally, wife of the Texas governor, bends over her wounded husband, and Mrs. Kennedy leans over the president. (AP Photo/Justin Newman)

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President Kennedy's limousine speeds along Elm Street toward the Stemmons Freeway overpass moments after he was shot at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Tex., Nov. 22, 1963. Secret Service agent Clint Hill is seen on the back of the car as Jacqueline Kennedy tends to her fatally wounded husband.

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President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline arrive at Dallas Love Field, Nov. 22, 1963, the day he was assassinated.

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President John F. Kennedy answers a question during his news conference in Washington on Sept. 13, 1962. Much of the session with reporters was devoted to a discussion of the Cuban situation.

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Lee Harvey Oswald is shown early Nov. 23, 1963, as he stood before newsmen in a Dallas police station where he repeatedly denied that he had assassinated President Kennedy yesterday. "I did not kill President Kennedy," he said. "I did not kill anyone. I don't know what this is all about." He was brought before the newsmen just after formal charges of murder were filed against him.

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President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline Kennedy are greeted by an enthusiastic crowd as they arrive at Dallas Love Field, November 22, 1963. Only a few hours later the president was assassinated while riding in an open-top limousine through the city.

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President John F. Kennedy's limousine heads for Air Force One at Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio, Nov. 21, 1963. The president and his entourage were heading to Houston.

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Seen through the limousine's windshield as it proceeds along Elm Street past the Texas School Book Depository, President John F. Kennedy appears to raise his hand toward his head within seconds of being fatally shot in Dallas, Nov 22, 1963. Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy holds the President's forearm in an effort to aid him. Gov. John Connally of Texas, who was in the front seat, was also shot. (AP Photo/James W. (Ike) Altgens)

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A view of the pergola on the north side of Elm Street in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Tex., Nov. 22, 1963, moments after shots felled President John F. Kennedy and Texas Gov. John Connally while riding in the presidential motorcade, Nov. 22, 1963. Man with back to camera is Abraham Zapruder with his assistant Marilyn Sitzman beside him. Charles and Beatrice Hester are sitting on the ground.

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The First Family watches John F. Kennedy's funeral procession in Washington on Nov. 25, 1963, three days after the president was assassinated in Dallas. Widow Jacqueline Kennedy, center, daughter Caroline Kennedy, left, and son John Jr., are accompanied by the late president's brothers Sen. Edward Kennedy, left, and Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

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Lee Harvey Oswald is shown early Nov. 23, 1963, as he stood before newsmen in a Dallas police station where he repeatedly denied that he had assassinated President Kennedy yesterday. "I did not kill President Kennedy," he said. "I did not kill anyone. I don't know what this is all about." He was brought before the newsmen just after formal charges of murder were filed against him.

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Jacqueline Kennedy and her two children, John Jr. and Caroline stand at the top steps of the Executive Mansion as the body of President John F. Kennedy is carried from the Executive Mansion to lie in state at the Capitol, Nov. 24, 1963.

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Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is seen entering St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church with her children, Caroline and John, Jr., to attend the funeral mass for her husband John F. Kennedy in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 25, 1963. Behind them is Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts.

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Senator John F. Kennedy speaks in Youngstown's Central Square on Sunday, October 9, 1960, during the presidential race. Photo by Youngstown Vindicator photographer Paul Schell.

Added: Wed, November 20, 2013

Youngstown Vindicator

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A general view outside St. Matthew's Cathedral in Washington, D.C., during President John F. Kennedy's funeral, with flag-draped coffin in the foreground, Nov. 25, 1963. The president's brothers can be seen behind the casket. At left is Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), and at right entering limousine is Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy.

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A horse-drawn caisson carrying the flag-draped casket of the late President John F. Kennedy moves out of the Capitol plaza en route to St. Matthew's Cathedral for funeral services, Nov. 25, 1963.

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President John F. Kennedy is seen riding in motorcade approximately one minute before he was shot in Dallas, Tx., on Nov. 22, 1963. In the car riding with Kennedy are Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, right, Nellie Connally, left, and her husband, Gov. John Connally of Texas.

Added: Wed, November 20, 2013

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