Thursday, December 15, 1949
The Christmas Tree Man
Is Back On His Old
Shaw and Hayden
With All Kinds and Sizes of Trees!
Also Comer of
Hayden and Elm—
Behind Sunoco Station
YOU BEm DRIVER
FIRST, our drivers are very busy this time of year. SEC
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the price you pay for DRY CLEANING SO, if you
will bring in your
GARMENTS for DRY HEX
CLEANING, We'll Give You
If You'U Also Pick Them Up!
That Way We're Both Aheadl
And In Our Laundry Dept.
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Fe Do the Work Right Here
Are Welcome To Come In and
Milting Buttons Replaced and Minor Repairs At No Extra Cost.
Collars and Cuffs Turned for Small Charge!
Shaw-Hayden Cleaners & Laundry
1406 Hayden near Shaw Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
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Large, Wonderful Classical Selection
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Our 29th Year!
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Shaw High School’s annual
Christmas program* will be given*
on Tuesday evening, December 20th
at 8:00 o’clock in the auditorium,
by an 80-voice choir, the Shaw
orchestra of 45 pieces, and assisted
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Shaw High a cappella Choir Sings For PT A Christmas
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by members of the Dramatic De
partment. S. Robert Fraser heads
the entire production and will con
duct the choir. The orchestra is
under the direction of Milton Nier
garth, and members of the drama
class will be supervised by Miss
Given each year for the Parent
Teacher Association. Mr. Wayne
C. Blough, Shaw Principal, today
said that following the usual cus
tom, invitations had been sent to
all parents and that the public, too,
is cordially invited to attend. In
1948 the Christmas music was en
joyed by a capacity audience..
The orchestra will be heard in
an arrangement of familiar carols,
two movements from Tschaikow
sky’s “Nutcracker Suite” and will
join the choir in a presentation of
Fred Waring’s arrangement of
“T’was the Night Before Christ
mas” and other specialty numbers
Mr. Fraser will conduct the
choir in several groups of Christ
mas selections including the
modern carols “The Three Kings”
by Healy Wiilian, “The First Noel”
by Harry C. Banks, and “Bulula
low” by Peter Warlock, which are
not too often heard. Reginald Res
nik, a graduate of Western Re
serve University and the choir’s
student teacher, will direct the
Healey Willian's composition. Other
songs in this section of the program
are carol arrangements by Robert
Shaw as recorded by his Victor
Kay Powell, Shaw senior, will
present Tschaikowsky’s “The Dance
of the Sugar Plum Fairies” as a
ballet number. Eleven solo voices
in the old English song, “The
Twelve Days Before Christmas”,
will be heard with a two-piano ac
companiment by Marion Peters
and Janet Sampson, also both
Calilng the attention of PTA
members to this popular event of
the week before Christmas, Mr.
Edward A. Hiss, president, said,
“I am counting it a ‘must* in my
own schedule and certainly join
with Mr. Blough in extending a
cordial invitation to all those in
our community who love the old
familiar Christmas carols.”
Admission to the program is
free and there are no reserved
KIRK TO ENJOY
That “Christmasy feeling” will
really begin to envelop members
of the Kirk PTA when they at
tend the annual holiday program,
put on by the students, Monday,
December 19th, at eight o’clock.
This year, in addition to the mu
sic there will be a pantomine, “Why
the Chimes Rang’’, with Mr. Albert
Martin, teacher of dramatics, as
narrator. Participating will be
Carol Hawthorne, James Marinelli,
Sandra Miller, Warren Ledger, Do
lores Schwimmer, Tom Tucker,
Gene Donaldson and Lawrence
Covey. Martin, and his student
stage crew, have constructed the
Approximately 200 voices com
prise the seventh and eighth grade
chorus, which, under the direction
of Miss Louise Farrant, will sing
“Ring Out, Oh Bells”, Rise Up
Shepherds” and “Away In A Man
Because of the illness of Miss
Marjorie Shields, director of the
ninth grade chorus, Mr. Reginald
Saturday, December 17th at the
Resnik, Western Reserve Univer
sity graduate and the practice
teacher of the choir, will direct this
Songs to be sung by them in
clude “Deck the Halls”, “Silent
Night”, “O Come All Ye Faith
ful”, “Fairest Lord Jesus”, “Carol
of the Bells”, “Lullaby of the
Christ Child”, “Susanni” and
“Angels We Have Heard On High”.
A girls’ sextet, which will be
heard, is composed of Nancy Mag
nusson, Sally Colchin, Georgiean
Gumto, Carole Jablonski, Martha
Southgate and Janet Mendenhall.
Accompanists are Janet Sprinkle
and Virginia Brown.
Under the direction of Mr. S.
Robert Fraser the orchestra will
play special arrangements of fa
miliar carols and a selection
“Hansel and Gretel”.
From a small chair to a whole
room, you'll want the fun and
wonderful satisfaction of doing
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 &
1364 Hayden Avenue
Opposite Shaw Hayden Theatre
Mothers" from Mayfair
Chambers PTA will be on
Shaw-Hayden theatre to help with
a Christmas party. Don’t forget
it is a party for the children with
15 cartoons and Santa Claus him
self there with a gift for every
one. There will also be a gift
from Bondi’s, so a big afternoon
is in store.
Array oi Ties
To Be Found
From the conserva
tive (even sedate),
beautiful, to the loud
and outrageous, we
have them all. And
all by the famous
Also hand painted
originals (the best
you can buy) for that
very special gift
Studios of Stage Arts
(G. I. Approved)
In New. Larger Quarters at
1668 Hayden Ave.
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SHOES FO FBOYS AND GIRLS
$1.95 to S5.95
1427 Hayden Ave.
C. MEISTER & SONS
and Hell be
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With This Adv. Only
12530 EUCLID AVENUE
Open 12:00 to 9:00 P. M. I
LOAD HIM with
THINGS to WEAR
Basketball and Gym Shoes
"The Family Shoe Stc
Arrow Shirts........ $3.65
A wide variety of collar styles in white,
pastel and fancy patterns. Tailored for
lasting fit and comfort Sanforized
less than 1% shrinkage.
Arrow Sport Skirts .$3.95
Gabardine and Teca cloth. Ideal for
sports, lounging and working comfort.
Light and heavy weight fabrics in new
est patterns and colors. Ever an ap
preciated Christmas gift ... no man
has too many.
NYLON ACETATE SHIRTS .$5.95
All popular colors. Here's a swell idea for a Christ
mas gift Give him one or more. He'll really ap
preciate your thoughfulness.
MEN'S JACKETS .. $5.95 to $30.00
In our vast style and price range, you can't help
but find what you want. Zelan, Leather, All Wool,
Gabardine, etc. Every man should have a weather
resisting jacket in his wardrobe.
PIGSKIN GLOVES $3.95 up
A gift that is always appreciated is a pair of gloves.
We have a great variety in all styles and makes.
MUFFLERS ... at $2.00 and $2.50
From the practical to the fancy you need look
no further if you have a muffler in mind for any
man on your gift list
PAJAMAS SOCKS SWEATERS
BELTS SUSPENDERS JEWELRY
Here You Will Find Just What It Takes
To Make That Man Happy On Christ
Suits, Topcoats* Overcoats* Hats, AH Accessories
In the Forest Hill Shopping I |Uor*«*
Center next to A & Store
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