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Thursday, December 1, 1949 For Your cWy^stPF ballroom 13929 Euclid, (above Windermere Theatre) VINCE Iron rife AUTOMATIC IRONER $719.95 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS! Price includes complete free home instruction to assure full proficiency in ironing EVERYTHING Ironrite. COME PATTIE December 11 FALL PARTIES Weddings, Receptions, Business Luncheons or Dinners, etc. Come to KARL BROWH'S COLONIAL mN 15241 Euclid—Opposite Shaw bligh Plenty of Parking Space UL. 1-3131 Wholesome, Home-Style Meals Served in the Perfect KARL BROWN Manner Fur Aihurtisinq Call liLenville 43UJ FURNACES and CONVERSION BURNERS Moncrief Niagara Sunbeam Luxaire And Other Leading Makes FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATES Cleaning, Repairing and Service On All Makes J. A. JLOCHER AND SON Specialist in Gas Heating SHAW 12825 Superior Ave. IN AND SEE US WE’LL SHOW GAS meatkjg CL. 63C9.6704 Good Hou»«ke»pir.’ on her i. ocr o .a most after week She’ll do the ironing week in less time/ with less effort! Free her for all time, from the ordeal of hand ironing! Give her the only complete ironer on the market... Ironrite! Only Ironrite has that ver satile roll with the “Twin End” design—two free, open, identical ends! Only Ironrite assures her quick, easy, fatigue-free ironing of everything! Don’t give her a “half way” ironer come in and see Ironrite, see for yourself that only Ironrite is the complete ironer! YOU THE AMAZING FATIGUE-FREE way to iron Rotary Charter Party 1 The newly organized Rotary Club of Euclid will be formally admitted to membership in Rotary International tonight^ when the club holds it’s Charter Night at Euclid High School’s Cafeteria be ginning at 6:30 p. m. The new club, sponsored by the East Cleveland Rotary Club, thus becomes a member of a world wide service organization which has over 7,000 clubs in some 83 different counties. Delegations from Rotary Clubs from all over Northern Ohio will be present to welcome the new group into the fellowship of 3.30,000 business and professional executives through out the world. Shown above are: Front row left to right: Erich Hofmann, club secretary,- Arthur H. Mattmueller, past president of the East Cleve land Club who will preside at the meeting Leon A. F. Fleming club president Robert L. Holloway, club vice-president. Back row, left to right. Guy R. Pratt, club treas urer Reber C. Stupp, club direct or C. A. Johnson, club director Wm. I. Morgan, club director. Rev. Paul Kubik of the Euclid club will give the invocation after which dinner will be served. Then There will be group singing led by Ed C. Sinclair, director of the East Cleveland club accompanied by Ken Pierce of the Cuyahoga Falls Club. After the presentation of the guests there will he a program of music by Euclid High students in cluding the Euclid High Accordian Four, a piano duet by Harry Her shey and Maynard Makman, a so prano solo by Marilyn Watkins. Roger Yeary will act as M. C. Sidewalk Liability Insurance EOL REN3LESHAM-GL. 2257 ...on IRONRITE HOME EQUIPMENT SALES CO 720 East 152ud Sheet (JL. 1-2525 *¥ftni iw EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Mayor Kenneth J. Sims will then welcome the club to Euclid and Walter M. Ferris, president of the East Cleveland Club will give the welcome from the sponsoring club. The main address, of the evening will be given by George S. Bald win, past District Governor of the 158th District Rotary Inter national and a member of the East Cleveland Club. His topic will be “Rotarians and Rugged Indivi dualism.” Other charter members of the club are: N. E. Barlow, Lloyd A. Dunlap, M. K. Flickinger, Bruce Graham, C. Mayo Hoffman, An drew Karabinus, F. W. Keller, Spence Kline, Rev. Paul Kubik, Edward T. Kump. Dr. Albert L. Lewin, L. C. Maxwell. Earl S. Nelson, Jos. F. O’Donnell, Gilbert R. Schwartz, Harold E. Senor, Frank B. Tracy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Wiehn, Jr., 1274 Shawview, a girl, Martha Marie, Nov. 11th. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vondrick, 1659 Delmont ave., a boy, Robert Joseph, Nov. 13th. Members of the Church of the Cross. Caledonia at W’insford rd., will welcome a former pastor Sun day. Rev. B. Schaffner will preach the morning sermon. the Deaths Alva R. Jones Prior to the turn of the twenti eth century, a truck farm occupied that area south of Euclid ave., where Alvason and Farmington rds. now are. The farm was owned and operated by Alva B. Jones, who died Friday, November 25th in Clearwater, Fla., where he was vacationing. Since 1915 Mr. Jones has resided at Russell Point on Indian Lake, which he helped de velope. Mr. Jones. 86, is survived by his wife, Matilda a daughter, Mrs. F. F. Frey and two sons, Alvason and Farmington, after whom the streets in the then new develop ment were named six grandchil dren and 10 great-grand^Ti’ld’ ^n. Services were held here Tuesday, November 29th. Obituary notices may be tele phoned to PO. 3378 up through Tuesday and on Wednesday to GL. 4383 up to 11 a. m. There is no charge for the notice. Albert L. Smith Word has been received here of the death in Hale Hospital, Haver hill, Mass., of the death of Albert L. Smith, former plant engineer for Nela Park of the General Elec tric Co. Mr. Smith had made his home in Waterbury, Mass, follow ing his retirement three years ago. He had been at Nela Park 38 years. Mr. Smith was a member of the American Chemical Society and the Groveland Grange of Grove land, Mass. He is survived by two sons, Albeit L., jr., of Groveland, and Manning A. Smith of Lewis burg, Pa. Memorial services were field in the Groveland Congrega tional church and burial was made in Hamilton, Mass. caew or thanks THE family of Frank Christopher wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kind remem brance. during our bereavement of our wife_ and mother. EDWIN W. MUELLER We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for their thoughtful kind ness and expression of sympathy at the loss of our beloved father and uncle. The Mueller family and Nephew. WE wish to extend our heartfelfgratD tude to relatives, friends and neigh bors, Reverend Heffner of Notting ham C3. East 140th Street friends and neigh bors 3 t! ____ T.... eral Home for their kindness and sympathy in our tn Congregational Church, also and the Stanley Johnson Fan Mrs. Mary A. 1 nie of sorrow. WE wish to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors, friends and rela tives for tlieir many expressions of sympathy shown us in our recent bereavement in the death of our father and grandfather. Thomas G. Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoppert and Family. 'WINDOW SHADES Cleaned and Turned NEW SHADES PUT ON YOUR ROLLERS OR NEW ONES KIRSCH DRAPERY HARDWARE Steel Venetian Blinds SODERGREN'S 1470 Hayden GL. 2668 EV. 6153 FREE ESTIMATES and PROMPT SERVICE Award Letters To Grid Players cere- The charter presentation monies will be made by Hugh K. Dawson, Governor 229th District Rotary International and the charter will be accepted by Leon A. F. Fleming, president of the Euclid club. By Bob Keefer Coach Ralph C. Patton awarded 31 letters to members of the 1949 Shaw football squad at the annual banquet which was held in Stroup Hall in Windemere M. E. Church on Thursday, November 17. The list of letterwinners, one of the largest in Shaw grid history, included 15 seniors and 16 juniors. The dinner which featured gen erous helpings of chicken and plenty of “trimmings”, was with out a guest speaker, at the boys’ request. Those awarded letters were: Seniors—Joe Aveni, Bill Campbell, Bob Fisher, Jim Fittipaldi, Ted Francioso, Don Keagle, Mastianglelo, Jim Miller, Mylonas, Paul Reid, Jack Reul bach, Wayne Telling, Willie Wood, Carl Zowasky, Bert DiLiddo and Mgr. John Wills Juniors Ed Aleniagno, Jack Berry, Jim Brown, Dan Feren sen, Duane Gerasimos, Bob Gib son, Tony Gilberto, Danny Kra mer, Frank Langdon. Jack Leu- Thirty Sets BOR SIS MODEL 5A9 PORTABLE RADIO She II be able to play it on AC or DC current ... or away from home on its own long-life bat teries. Rich in tone, big in pow er, yet »mall in 7. Black or marooe. •IM 4t4"X Model 5AO schel, George Measor, Gene Pattie, Gil Santoro, Jack Sikora, Dave Trump and Mike Vara. Robert (Bud) McGraw, Shaw Sophomore football coach, awarded monograms to the following 18 members of the 10th grade squad: —Joe Romain, Don Heikell, Fran cis Henry, George Andresky, Chuck Kenned j’, Bill Rexford, Roger Schmidt, John Smith, Bill Critzer, George Schriver, Tony Giordano, Jack Phillips, Jim Dic kard, Jim Cappelletti, Jack Woods, John Bryan, Pete Halliday, Chuck Westfall and Managers Tom Lit wiler and Herb Luxemburg. Church Has Supper Mario Nick Do you like to eat? Hmmm! Do you like golden roasted turkey— delectable dressing, creamy mashed potatoes topped with loads of rich turkey gravy. If you do, the Martin Lutheran Class will be waiting for you to come to their Pre-Christ mas dinner, Friday, December 9. in Calvary Lutheran Church at the corner of Lockwood and Euclid Avenue. For those who have to travel via the street car or bus. both stops are right at the corner where fhe church is located. 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