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"The Christmas Club is a great idea.
1'11 join one next year." Well, the time
for joining is here. Everyone should
join. There is no age or income limi:
and we have classes to fit every purse
and purpose.
and
High Grade Watches
Sterling and Plated
Silverware
Pearl Necklaces
Compacts
Dresser Sets
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Join Our 1350 Christmas Club Now
East Cleveland Savings & Loan Co.
1373 Hayden Avenue, East Cleveland 12, Ohio
By Popular Demand
We Are Continuing Our
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DORN'S HAIR SHOP
13745 Euclid at Eddy Road Liberty 4424
PRE -CHRISTMAS I
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Fine Quality Diamonds
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Percolator Sets
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Gorgeous Costume i
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Birthstone, Cameo, Emblem
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Score oi Gift Items Too Numerous To List Here! a
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$1.50 Combination Locks 89c
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12506 SUPERIOR AVE TY. 1-0550
Daily to 9 P.M. Except Wednesday FREE DELIVERY
... Sanders and Steamers Rented ... Plumbing and
Electrical Supplies B. P. S. and SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
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Ab-oluicy
gu i!a teel for deli­
cacy of flavor and tops in baking
are the foods which Kirk PTAers
will offer for sale at their card
party next Wednesday. Proof of
the pudding is the eating and the
good things shown in this picture,
brought just for that purpose, were*
served after the “shots” were
taken. That kuchen being held by
Mrs. W. N. Rowley and the
whipped cream cake from the oven
at the home of Mrs. P. Allen Mc
Cullough are previews of the items
to be sold. Mrs. R. B. Alexander,
second from left, and Mrs. Carl D.
Whithorn, with the sign, have other
party duties.
Turkey, cranberries and pump
kin pie may be uppermost in the
thoughts of Kirk PTA members,
this week, but preparations for the
annual card party, Wednesday eve
ning, November 30th, at 8 o’clock,
in the school gymnasium, are also
sharing the attention of commit
tee members.
Since this is Kirk’s one big fund
raising event of, the year, special
effort for a big crowd is being
made by Mr. and Mrs. Alan P.
McCullough, general chairmen.
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They are urging everyone to
uonie and play their favorite game,
oe it canasta, bridge, pinochle or
:asino.
During the evening you’ll be able
to do your bakery shopping, for the
next day, at a table presided over
oy Mrs. W. N, Rowley, and her
assistants,
Mrs. Joseph
Baumann,
Mrs. Stuart Cummins, Mrs. J.
Waide Price, Mrs. W. R. Howard,
Mrs.
G. McCarter and
Mrs Ed­
ward leulow. There will be luscious
cakes, tempting pies, delectable
cookies and feather-light rolls
awaiting your selection.
i
Sub-chairmen, helping with the
arrangements are Tickets. Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Alexander Hospitality,
Hr. and Mrs. William B. Duke
Social, Mr. and Mrs. John Tomcho
Publicity, Mr and Mrs. Floyd R.
Keller. Working with these com
mittees are Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
McCarter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl D.
Whitehorn, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth
E Stuchul, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Retter and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Moehl.
Students in the Kirk art classes
have made attractive designs for
the dodgers publicizing the event.
Home room mothers also are mak
ing personal calls to make sure
that the entire membership knows
that November 30th is THE
NIGHT. Admission is seventy-five
cents per person.
PROSPECT TOY
SALE REMINDER
Don’t forget the Toy Sale to be
held at Prospect School Auditori
um, 1832 Shaw ave., on Novem
ber 28, 29 and 30. Here’s a chance
to sell outgrown toys and to buy
other good ones at reasonable
prices. All wheel toys, trains,
skates, sleds, sporting goods, com
plete games, blocks, construction
sets| dolls, furniture sets, chil
dren’s books and records are
wanted.
Items for sale will be received
Monday, Nov. 28, from 9:30 a. m.
to 4 p. m. and 7 p. m. to 9 p. pi.
All articles must be clean, com
plete, and boxed. Prospect PTA
will retain 15% of the sales price.
decorating book
Over 24 exciting room ideas
in
full color in "Answers to the most
frequently asked questions on
decorating’’ by the makers of
famous Nairn Linoleum.
IliilllS FOR 1UI ASfilliG AT.4.
BUILDERS FLOOR &
WALLPAPER CO.
1364 Hayden Avenue
Opposite Shaw-Hayden Theatre
GLenville 9155
Kirk Prepares For Annual Card Parly
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'I he ^ale will de day,
Nov. 29 from 9:30 a. to 4 p. m.
and 7 p. m. to 9 p. m., and w ll
continue on Wednesday, Nov. 30
from 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Un
sold articles and checks must be
called for on Friday,Dec. 2 from
9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dancing, Show, Refreshments
are a few of the attractions you
will find at the Chambers PTA
Holiday Bazaar to be held at
Chambers School on December 2
from 2:00 to 10:00 p. m.
The show will be primarily for
children so that Mothers may shop
for those bargains that are sure
to be found, knowing their little
ones will be in good care. Mrs.
George Long and an assistant will
keep a watchful eye on the chil
dren at the show which will be
given from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. and
again from 7:00 to 8:00 p. m.
The Filling Station For Food
will feature hot clogs, coffee,
doughnuts and soft drinks, so no
one need go hungry while doing
his Christmas shopping.
Dancing will be from 8:00 to
10:00 p. m. in the Craft room with
Dick Forsberg, Frank Langdon,
and Clifford Corsillo of the Allan
dale Recordings furnishing the
music. You can dance all evening
for one dime. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Custer will be senior host and
assisting them will be Frank Pain
tin and Carol Wagner as junior
host and hostess.
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Barry-Cumler
Friday, November 25th is the
date set for the wedding of Miss
Ruth May Barry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Barry, 1335
Hampton rd., to Mr. Robert C.
Cumler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam V. Cumler, 1814 Page ave.
The wedding will take place at
Windermere Methodist Church at
7:30 o’clock in the evening. The
custom of open church will be ob
served with an invitational recep
tion in the church parlors follow
ing the ceremony.
Braunlich-Johnston
Miss Doris Ruth Johnston,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
C. Johnston, 1249 North Lockwood
ave., was married to Mr. Warren
H. Braunlich, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Braunlich, 3419 Thorne rd.,
Cleveland Heights, Saturday, No
vember 19th in St. Paul’s Lutheran
Church, Rev. Theodore Dorn offi
ciating. Following the reception at
Lithuanian Hall the couple left on
their wedding trip to Pennsylvania.
Glass McLaughlin
St. Philomena’s Church was the
scene of the wedding Saturday of
Miss Mary Margaret McLaughlin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
R. McLaughlin, 14015 Superior rd.,
and Mr. Robert J. Glass, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Glass of Erie, Pa.
Miss Marilyn McKenna, the
bride’s cousin, was her maid of
honor and Mr. Robert Metz of Erie,
Pa., served the bridegroom’s best
man. Miss McLaughlin’s gown was
cut on princess lines in moonlight
satin with a bodice of Chantilly
lace. She carried a bouquet of or
chids and lilies of the valley. Fol
lowing the reception at the home
of the bride’s uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Sirs. H. H. Renz of Wooster
rd., Rocky River, the couple left
on their wedding trip to the South.
Miss McLaughlin attended Ursu
line College and Beaumont School
for Girls and Mr. Glass, a member
of Theta Kappa Phi, attended
Pennsylvania State College.
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GLenville 4383- 4384
0. E. BOWMAN
ELSA C. BE RO ..
R. L. FOULKE
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Associate Editor
Business Mar
Brady-Zeigler
Windermere Methodist Church
was the scene Friday, November
11 of the wedding ceremony which
united in marriage Miss Mildred
Jean Brady, daughter of Mrs.
Charles Stanley Brady of 1898
Wadena ave., and Franklin E.
Ziegler.
Performing the wedding was
Dr. M. Wayne McQueen. A recep
tion followed at the bride’s home.
Mrs. Ziegler is a graduate of
Cleveland Heights High School,
while Mr. Zeigler, who is a Shaw
High School graduate, is now at
tending Cleveland College.
Parsons-Nichols
Now residing at 13777 Euclid
ave. are Mr. and Mrs. J. William
Parsons, who were married at 7
p. m. in the Church of the Cross
Friday evening. November 11. Miss
Nichols is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph C. Nichols of 1639
Rushton rd., South Euclid, while
Mr. Parsons, 1819 Vassar ave., is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem
Parsons of Barnesville, O.
D.
R.
Officiating was Dr. Earl
Henderson.
Miss Nichols, who was given
marriage by her father, wore
floor-length gown of ice blue taf
feta. styled with a sweetheart
neckline, long sleeves and tiered
skirt. A shoulder length veil was
held in place with a silver head
band and she carried a Bible with
a cluster of white carnations.
in
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Miss Patty Nichols, maid of
honor for her sister, wore a full
skirted gown of gold taffeta, styled
with sho^t sleeves and an off-the
shoulder neckline. The matron of
honor, Mrs. Burrell C. Culp, who
was in wine taffeta, carried a co
lonial bouquet of chrysanthemums
and roses. Miss Nichols’ flowers
were similar. Both wore flowers
in their hair.
Serving as best man was Mr.
E. Paul Vidal of Painesville, and
ushering were Mr. Car roll
and Mr. Earl W. Grear.
A reception
s. Reed
at the
a floor­
followed
church. Mrs. Nichols wore
length gown of'star sapphire blue
crepe with lace sleeves and peplum.
The bridegroom’s mother was in
black lace, and both wore orchid
corsages.
The bride was graduated in 1945
from Fenn College, where her
father is dean of administration.
She is a member of Gamma Nu
Sigma, and in her senior year was
listed in “Who’s Who” among out
standing college students. Mr. Par
sons, a L’nited States Navy veter
an, attended Case Institute of
Technology and belongs to Theta
Chi fraternity.
Employment
Drops For
Third Week
The 16,712 newly unemployed
workers applying for jobless bene
fits during the week ending Satur
day, November 12, represented a
drop for the third consecutive week,
Ohio Bureau of Unemployment
Compensation Administrator Frank
J. Collopy reported today.
Collopy-’s statement- was based
upon tabulations prepared by the
Bureau's Research and ^Statistics
Division. The tables are available
upon request.
The 16,712 claims filed by the
newly-unemployed during the week
ending last Saturday were some 4,
000 below the number filed during
the preceding week and less than
half of the 33,739 filed during the
week ending October 22.
A survey of Ohio’s eight major
population areas shows that claims
filed by the newly-unemployed for
the week ending November 12 were
up slightljT in Cleveland. Cincinnati,
Columbus, Akron, Dayton, Toledo,
Youngstown and Canton all re
ported declines from the preceding
week.'
Some of the smaller communi
ties, however, reported increases in
the total number of new claims
filed during the week. These in
cluded Alliance, Cambridge, Chilli
cothe, Galion, Gallipolis, Hamilton,
Hillsboro, Jackson, Kenton, Logan,
Marietta, Marion, Marysville, New
ark, Piqua, Sidney, Steubenville,
Upper Sandusky, West Union and
Washington C. H.
IN
APPRECIATION
Mr. and Mrs. William Emch
wish to thank all of their neigh
bors. friends and relatives who at
tended the reception at the Acacia
Country Club Sunday, November
6th, in honor of their golden wed
ding day, adding to the joy of the
occasion.
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Page Three
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