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Thursday, December 1, 1949 r.,« W 7T '*41 Jh /V Other Elgin* from $29.75 imI Someone On *ljou,r J~^re^erred eJCiit SJliA Ohrislmai Si EXPECTING A Fine Watch •. The Place To Get It Is NELSON’S And In Our Complete Selection You'll Find All The Famous Makes .. Including evC ,, Vo'ev Only THE For the Finest Diamonds, Famous Name Watches, Exquisite Costume Jewelry, Sterling Silverware and Silverplate, Jewelry for Men and all other Lasting Gifts from the Practi cal at Low Prices to the Fabulous at whatever you wish to pay CHOOSE NOW while our stocks are complete. You are welcome to use our WAV ■mk ”JMTW:Ml■ A Small Deposit Holds Any Item! W 4 't 4^ £722 v i zr. BQ •n- V v Lwitffl'* V if- vrj. v? V. V^*i»«aVr *'L-rr-^* /#|K1 WATCH with DURA POWER MAINSPRING PLAN Pictured above is Mrs. Raymond Porello, the former Betty Capret ta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Capretta, of Capretta’s Market at Euclid and Auburndale. You’ll remember Betty as the Market’s very popular cashier. She was married November 15 in St. Marian's Church. Congratulations to Betty and Ray Porello. Wedding notices, in writing, should be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 15632 Euclid ave., to arrive by Monday proceeding the Thurs day publication day. Pictures, for which there is a charge, must be received by Saturday before the publication date. Please call PO. 3378 for any desired infor mation. A form will be sent on request. Burns-Burckel In a candlelight ceremony in St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Saturday, November 26th, Miss Conradine Burckel and Wil liam E. Burns were united in holy matrimony by the Rev. Walter J. Luecke. A reception followed the ceremony and the newlyweds are honeymooning in New York City and Washington. Upon their return home they will reside at 12215 Ash bury rd., N.E. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad O. Burckel, Jr. of 570 East 117th st. and Mr. Burns is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burns of 1818 Farmington rd., this city. He attended Ohio State and Kent State universities. Weist-Shea Announcement is made of the marriage on November 19th of Miss Shirley Marie Thea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shea, 1817 Charles rd., to Mr. Thomas P. Weist, son of Mr. Franklin Weist, 4316 Silsby rd., University Heights. 4^ Send All Your Dry Cleaning To BOND CLEANERS GL. 7737 15452 Euclid near Taylor Road IS Years Tn One Neighborhood Is Your Guarantee —y,- WE GIFT WRAP IT BEAUTIFULLY for EAST CLEVELAND LEADER The ceremony took place in St. Patrick’s church and was followed with a reception at Owen’s Planta tion. The couple went to Florida before going to housekeeping at 130, Avondale rd., South Euclid. The bride is a graduate of St. Vincent Charity Hospital School of Nursing and Mr. West is an alumnus of John Carroll Univer sity. Postacchini-Panichi Miss Marie M. Panichi, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pan ichi, 1842 Taylor rd., was a bride of Saturday, November 19. Her marriage to Mr. Frank G. Postac chini, son of Mrs. Fiances Postac chini, 1446 East 175th st., took place in Holy Redeemer Church. Neubig-Fumich St. Paul’s Episcopal Church was the scene Saturday, November 26 of the wedding ceremony, which united in marriage Miss Helen Marie Fumich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fumich of 2071 Taylor rd., and Nelson Rodger Neubig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. Neubig of 1109 South Cham pion ave., Columbus. Performing the ceremony before the altar, which was banked with two baskets of mums, gladioli, a vase of roses and flanked with two seven branched candelabra, was Rev. F. B. Sayre, rector of the church. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of lustrous Skinner’s satin with touches of imported Venice lace. The dress was fashioned with a square neckline' outlined with soft face-framing bias folds, long tight-fitting sleeves, a pointed bodice which met the full skirt lavished with motifs of point Ven ice lace. The skirt graduated into a shimmering cascade train. Her fingertip length veil, edged with a simple hand roll, was held in place with a wreath of traditional waxed orange blossoms. She car ried a cascading bouquet of roses and pompoms. Mrs. William M. Fumich, matron of honor, wore a blue candlelight satin gown, made with a square neckline and a full skirt billow ing from a cummerbund waist. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and bronze pompoms. Dressed in identically styled gown, in candle light antique gold, was Mrs. Ed ward Pergler, bridesmaid. She car ried deep red roses and yellow pom poms. Little Pamela Neubig, in a colonial gown of fuschia with a matching braided headpiece, was flower girl. Kenneth Neubig was best man, while ushers were Mr. Paul Kurn, Mr. William M. Fumich, Mr. Albeit Fumich and Mr. Edward Fumich. The couple left for a wedding trip to Indiana following a recep tion at the Vagabond Room of the You Want, We‘re Got! 2-DAY DELIVERY SERVICE Just Call GL 7737 for Pick-up You'll Need ALMAY BMUTY Preparations (Aw, Heck! Give 'Em All Almay Make Yourself Popular!) FOREST HILL PHARMACY STATE BOARD APPROVED (HIGHEST RATING) 13235 Superior at Euclid GLenville 9412 And Here's A REAL EEALl The ALMAY Beauty Kit! Contains the basic, essential items for any woman's Beauty Routine: Face Powder, Foundation, Lipstick and Rouge Comes in an attractive package and, IN ADDITION, FREE! And the price is ONLY SIX BUCKS which Includes Federal and State Taxes and we will pay the postage anywhere in the U. S. or Canada, Choose Now for Blonde or Brunette While We Have Them! DRUGS and COSMETICS OPEN 11 A. M. TO 7 P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY City Officials Lead Annual TB Seal Sale City Manager Charles A. Carran of East Cleveland, and .Richard S. Horan, president of the City Com mission, this week joined in the fight against tuberculosis as the 43rd Annual Christmas Seal Sale got under way. Issuing a joint proclamation designating December as “Christ mas Seal Month,” the two officials urge East Cleveland residents to support this health protecting pro gram so that tuberculosis may be eliminated. “Until everyone is safe, no one is safe from TB,” is the slogan of the Committee, which is raising Tasty Shop at 10550 Euclid ave. The bride attended Cleveland College, while the bridegroom, who was graduated from Ohio State University, was a member of Del ta Sigma Pi and the Big Brother Organization. entente Engagement notices, in writ ing, may be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 15632 Euclid ave. to be received by Tuesday at 5 p. m. for the following Thursday edition. There is no charge for the no tices. Pictures, which do carry a charge, must be received by Sat urday before publication date. Newcomer-Righter Announcement has been made by Mrs. Frank Saxton Newcomer of 3528 Severn rd..Cleveland Heights, of the engagement to her daugh ted, Patricia Ann, to Mr. William Ralph Righter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brown Righter, 1516 Lake front ave. this city. Miss New comer is on the staff at the Garden Center and her fiance is attending Case Institute of Technology. A summer wedding is being planned. Berg-Neppel Another Lakefront resident is in the engagement news this week, Mr. Joseph Philip Neppel Jr., is the fiance of Miss Annabelle Ellen berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Berg, 26391 Oriole Court N. W. Mr. Neppel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Neppel, 1607 Lake front, attended the University of Michigan. Arthur-Schaefer Monday, January 2nd, 1950 has been chosen by Miss Carol Gene Schaefer for her marriage to Mt. Glendon Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur of Wellston, Ohio. Miss Schaefer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schaefer. 1172 Melbourne rd. attended Ohio University where she belonged to Sigma Kappa sorority and where she met Mr. Arthur who is a member of Acacia fraternity. Foster-James Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Foster of 1637 Holyoke ave. of the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Doris Foster, to Mr. Don W. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard James of 20571 Nicholas ave. The bride attended Kent State University, where she was a mem ber of Delta Zeta sorority. The bridegroom served three years with the Army Air Forces. The wedding will take place early in 1950. Lehr-Burmeister Announcement was made Thanksgiving Eve of the engage ment of Miss Jane Lehr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Lehr. 737 East 232nd st., Euclid, to Janies R. Burmeister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Burmeister, 14904 Aider ave., East Cleveland. Jane and James are graduates ,of the 1947 class at Shaw High School. Parcel Post Insurance ROL ODLESHAM-GL 2267 for Christmas From a small chair to a whole room, you'll want the fun and wonderful satisfaction of doing it yourself. We have everything you need for home decorating, be it a small job or big one. Feel wel come to come in anytime for advice and help. BUILDERS FLOOR & WALLPAPER CO. 1364 Hayden Avenue Opposite Shaw Hayden Theatre Glenville 9155 funds during the holiday season to carry on its all-out fight against the disease. Emphasis will be Surprise di rected toward the 400,000 persons in Cuyahoga County who have yet to take advantage of the chest X-ray program. Heading the Christmas Seal Sale Committee for the 14th consecu tive year is Dr. Robert H. Bishop, jr., Chairman of the County Tu berculosis Trustees of Sunny Acres Sanitorium and a leader for more than 40 years in the local effort to control tuberculosis. More than 800,000 Greater Cleve landers have undergone free chest X-rays to lead the nation in mass chest surveys for health, Dr. Bis hop stated. He reports that since the Seals first appeared i n 1907 the na tional death rate from TB has declined 80 percent. However, Dr. Bishop says, “though great gains have been made in the effort to wipe out tuberculosis, we cannot now rest. The war against this pre ventable disease is not yet won.” Christmas Seals have been mailed to more than 250,000 homes in Greater Cleveland, Those not re ceiving Seals may obtain them by phoning TOwer 1-5710, Christmas Seal headquarters. Purchase of Christmas Seals automatically makes the contributor a member of the Anti-Tuberculosis League of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Km 50th J' On His Anniversary In honor of his fiftieth birth day, Mr. Eric Johanson of 16007 Caledonia ave. was given a de lightful party Sunday, November 26th, 125 guests assembling at the Vasa Club House, 31011 Lake Shore blvd. for the happy evening. The party was planned by his kinfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson, 14400 Woodworth rd., Mr. and Mrs. Bror Johanson, 941 Nelaview rd., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandberg, 3990 Rosemont and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stjarstrom, Covington rd., Cleve land Heights. Mrs. Jennie Pearson also assisted. Mr. Johanson, who is employed at the Warner Swasey Company is an ardent fisherman and the birth day cake was adorned with a mina ture boat in which sat an Isaac Walton. Refreshments were served and the guests danced to the music of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson of Warrensville Heights who played the accordon and the piano, with Carl Peterson also taking a turn at the accordion. Mrs. Peterson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg. 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