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Plan Grape Harvest Festival

The Cleveland Press, AUG 29 1962

An old nationality custom will be renewed Sunday when Hungarians celebrating the grape harvest festival at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, 9016 Buckeye Rd.

More than 100 children will don gaily-colored costumes made by their mothers and grandmothers and perform native dances.

It symbolizes the end of the grape harvest.

St. Elizabeth is the oldest Hungarian parish in the county. The building was started in 1983.

Other churches with Hungarian parishioners along Buckeye Rd. will celebrate "Szureti Mulatzsag" on succeeding Sundays.

Sunday's festival will begin at 2 p. m.