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Thursday, December 15, 1949
SecCmak Moving ALSO LIGHT EXPRESSING OF ALL KINDS Call KE. 6580 Office now at 325 E. 156 St. off Lake Shore Blvd, 4th Quarter Declaration Due January 15. 1350 INCOME TAX SERVICE Naw Is the Time To Have Your Books Audited and Prepare For Last Quarter Declaration We Are Available For This Seririce Call GL. 3003 918 East 152nd Street A. P. SHEEHAN Fur Aihmlisisii] Call (JLi’inilli! ^.103 TODAY’ cat Dec. lb ■•The YearUnS Call Us For Your Fuel Needs. Shipments of Good Coal Are Arriving Daily. MORSE- CRABLE MUlberry 4574 k LUKE EAST Wfc LAKE SMOKE BLVD. RE.M61 i- YEAR 'ROUND AIR CONDITIONING AMPLE PMEE PAAMLHG- 'j tCq M« Fightinn Sun-W0n..Tufio 7 J*1 Andy n **«noReec/ Ar 'Chicogo De“4Hne fIVIVIV ELECTRICAL VMU I APPLIANCE CO. Ho Down 'W" i Introducing the newly organized Y-Teen Friendship choir, which is adding to the programs which the club is holding for itself and for others at this Christmas season. Fifst row (bottom) Kathy Hoover, Janet Sampson (Student Director), Barbara Walker, Beryl Brown, Lois Anglin. Second Row: Marion Peters, Eleanor Webster, Betty Bobb, JoAnn Walborn, Ann Plunkett, Barbara Richards, Jean ne Boyland. Third Row: Lois Batschlet, Joanne Francasso, Gail Hoover, Georgia Ferguson, Mary Hoge, Betty Coskelley, Carol In man. Top Row: Mary Mathews, Kae Morris, Beverlee Barrett, Irma A* Old S’m'd CHRISTMAS TREES At Reasonable Prices SCOTCH PINI SPRUCE At sfe'U* Payment on Cady's Easy Budget Terms! Carmen Bill's Driving Range 14611 Shaw Avenue ■hattiMkiiaEitoi .............. ...... Newly Formed Friendship Choir On YWG4 Program .. -jr-y Brugmann, Louis Imke, Loretta Baker, Peggy Saunders, Scharlott. Ko Reservation 's Necessary For SUNDAY DINNER For Your Family or Party For A Satisfying Meal in a Pleasant Atmosphere Just Come To KARL BROWN'S COLONIAL INN 15241 Euclid—Opposite Shaw High Plenty of Parking Space UL. 1-3131 Wholesome. Home-Style Meals Served in the Perfect KARL BROWN Manner EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Doris Christmas Services Children Share Their Christmas Two trees will be placed in the sanctuary at Calvary Lutheran Church, for next Sunday’s four o’clock service by the Church School. One tree will be decorat ed, but the second tree will be decorated as the children bring their 25c gifts which they have bought through the money earned, or taken from their own allow ances. These gifts will later be sent to children in Germany. The Christmas story will be demonstrated by means of the flan nelgraph by Mrs. Floyd Kinney, superintendent of the Primary De partment and a pantomine, “The Littlest Angel” will be given by the Luther Leagues under the n n V 1 ■3 direction Donald Steinweg. Music, and a treat all around for the children from Santa himself rounds out the service. Sing the “Messiah” The public is invited, free of charge, to enjoy Handel’s “Mes siah” to be sung by the Epworth Euclid chorus of 80 voices Sunday, December 18th at 7:30 o’clock. The church is located on East 107th st. just off University Circle. Windermere Methodist Church The main Christmas services for Windermere Methodist church will be celebrated this Sunday with spe cial music and a Christmas sermon by the pastor, Dr. M. W. Wayne McQueen. The order of service for the morning 10:45 o’clock hour of worship is as follows: Prelude, Noel, Jean Hure. Processional Hymn, No. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. 86, Two Carols, The Little Jesus Came To Town. Prelude Thought To Christmas. Offertory, Pastorale, Garth Ed mundson. Soprano solo, A Christmas Alle luia, S. R. Gaines. Sermon, Dr. M. Wayne Mc Queen. Subject: “Our Christmas Joy.” Recessional Hymn, While Shep herds Watched Their Flocks by Night. Benediction and Dresden Amen. Postlude, Finale from Sixth Symphony, Charles Widor. The annual Service of Lights, traditional at Windermere Metho dist will be featured at the 7:45 o'clock evening service with the electrical SAVE $60atCADY’Sth,sCO.ONAPPLIANCEAVfll/CO.APPLIANCEIVAU Regularly s/99.95 NOW A sweeping advance in low-cost TV performan all 12 TV channels static free FM sound indoor aerial... in genuine mahogany veneer VMI/ COMPANY choir presenting a Christmas musi cal and the congregation singing several Hymns. Grace Toy David son directs the choir. The order of service is: Prelude, Puer Natus Est (Aug ust Maekelberghe.) Processional Hymn. O Come, All Ye Faithful. Hymn, O Little Town of Bethle hem. Pastoral Prayer. Anthem, The First Nowell (Al fred H. Johnson), soprano solo, Norma Davis, Inez Grant. Offertory, Christmas In Sicily, (Pietro Yon.) Hymn, In The Bleak Midwinter. No Candle Was There, (Liza Lehman), Miriam Long. Cantique de Noel, (A. Adam), Lawrence Melick. SERVICE OF LIGHTS 1 The Service of Lights includes: Moravian Carol, The Morning Star, (F. F. Hagen), Roger Bryant. Hymn, Silent Night. Benediction and Dresden Amen. Postlude, Good News from Heaven (Johann Pachelbel.) PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Filled at Forest Hill Pharmacy Superior al Euclid GL. 9413 #310 Grumbacher Gainsborough Oil Set $3.50 12 small tubes ’/i” 2" in a well-made wooden box 4%’’ 7Xi”—, complete with linseed oil, turpentine, and 3 brushes. NDBLE PHOTO CO. 2144 Noble Road NEAR NELA PARK Photographic and Artist Supplies WIDE Giant Size Picture (12',4-lnch) Table Models for Christmas Delivery! A W# ELECTRICAL U nr APPLIANCE WMWty* WWW 'ILWWI -^WwwitHwm ar- The Song of Christmas, ranged for Fred Waring by Ringwald and adapted foj service. Roy this Ka- Incidental solos by Gordon lina, Elinor Winkler, Roger Bry ant. The Virgin’s* Slumber Song, (Max Reger), Janet Burt Van Voorhis. Electric Victrolas For Children ___ Musical Teddy Bears and Lambs _______ Funeral Home and General Office—13104 Euclid Ave.—UL 1-4141 or 1-4142 The riynn*Froelk Co. Trees Wholesale Retail SCOTCH PINE RED PINE— SPRUCE ALL FRESH CUT AND SELECTED STIVE'S MARKEI Comer East 185th Street and Nottingham Road 8472 Liberty 8684 Records. New 45 RPM Victor Record Player Attachment for any Radio SPECIAL_____ ...... _________ Musical Instruments for Amateur or Professional Metro Music House 16343 Euclid near Ivanhoe GL. 9133 NEXT TO EUCLID THEATRE—FREE PARKING IN REAR Open Evenings—WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS /I 1 VW V ELECTRICAL PHILCOPICTUREANGLE 95 Tax Extra ce high gain automatic station selector for wide-angle 7" picture ... operates on portable cabinet. 1949 Model 702. 16121 16381 Act Quickly! Supply Is Limited! Euclid at Noble Page Five 70 Years of Dignified Funeral Direction OUR DESIRE is to give a per sonal touch that will add beauty and reverence to •very service ... to help you remember your loved ones the way you so desire. Therefore., every detail is carefully attended. DIRECTORS You Can WIN A Fresh-Killed, Dressed, Ready-for-the-Pan TURKEY Just leave the stub of your sales slip on any purchase in this store for drawing Sat., Dec. 17 RECORDS For Christmas—Complete Line of Standard and Long Playing Up S5.49»P 0^1 Complete With Indoor Aerial GL. 2788 Euclid at Ivanhoe GL. 8737 Free Parking Open 9 A. M. to P. M. 9 Wednesday to 1 P. M.