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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, 1950
INCOME TAX SERVICE
Now Is the Time To Have Your Books
Audited and Prepare For Last
Quarter Declaration
We Are Available For This Service
Call GL. 3003 918 East 152nd Street
A. P. SHEEHAN
CHRISTMAS TR'MM’NGS
ALL TREE LIGHT SETS
Lead Base Flower Holders,
Sharp Points. CM Pft
Gift Box of 4 ___ W I ifvW
Sell Separately for SI.00
KEnmore 0256
HURRY
And
HQTA£fYNpyBLIC
Inexpensive Gifts That Are Just A Bit Different
Christmas Wrapped At No Extra Charge
Store Closed 1 to 3 P. M, Fri., Dec. 23rd
Store Closed 2:30 P. M. Sat., Dec. 24th
CARDETTE SET
Holds Drinks Cigarettes For Four
At Card Table.
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SPECIAL .................................... *lG
Holly Wreaths, 10"
BARBECUE ....................
Use In Fireplace Outdoors In Summer
Blown Hyacinth Glass with
Bulb, grows indoors ........... CG'w
Another SI-00 Valve Imported from Holland
with stand
BIRD CAGES
and
a
NORTHEAST GARDEN CENTER
Ready To Help and Serve You In Any Season
NO DOWN Enjoy It Now!
/As Low ^s
15428 OTLHUiO £0AD
Its Gay
Time
For The Co-eds
What are your co-eds doing
of interest? Call it to PO. 3378
any time up to 5 p. m. Tues
day. Happy holidays, Co-eds.
Plans are nearing completion for
the Miami University Christmas
dance scheduled for December 26
at the Statler Hotel, according to
Mr. Robert L. Wilkes of 883 Yel
lowstone rd., chairman o fthe dance
committee.
The dance, sponsored annually
by the Miami University Alumni
Club of Cleveland, will be from
9 p. m. until 1 a. m. in the Hotel
Ballroom, said Mr. Wilkes, and will
feature the music of Hal Lyman’s
ochestra and the Carroll sisters.
The Ohio Room will also be re
served for the occasion.
Those serving on the dance com
mittee from East Cleveland include
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Taylor,
1844 Forest Hills blvd. Mr. and
OR
NEW "TOAST1TE
Makes No Drip. Sealed It?
Sandwiches. f%O
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to 20" Electric Candle Wreaths
$1.69 Wick Fed Flowerpots 89c
Christmas Dog Stockings
Plastic—For African Violets—$1.00 Everywhere
Amaryllis Bulb and
Colored Pot and Saucer ^Bewis
Bulb Alone Worth SI.00
$8.30 $15.75
$6.95
Doggie Diners
Steel Stand Two
Dishes Toy Dog
Cakes Included
18617 Nottingham Road
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YES!
WATERLOO
1 FURNITURE CO. A
FOR CHRISTMAS
Your Choice of
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Open Every Evening 'Till Christmas
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Mrs. Joseph Govan, 14318 Dover
ave. and Mr. and Mrs. David Hut
ton, 1801 Stanwood ave.
Ron Rice, student at Kent State
University, who is spending the
Christmas holidays at his home,
1828 Wadena, Is in line for con
gratulations.
Ron has had outstanding
since beginning studies at Kent,
where he has been in two plays
and just recently was given a lead
ing role in “No Time-for Classes,”
which will be presented January 11,
12 and 13. Gene Carroll, television
star, will award a scholarship to
the best performer in the produc
tion.
Good luck, Ron!
success
The college crowd home for the
holidays who attended East Cleve
land Baptist church will get to-
WRIST RESTRAINTS
Fox Sale or Rent ... al
Foresl Hill Pharmacy
Superior at Euclid GL. 8413
Prescription
C°ld
SAaA Waves
Solutions
mixed to ault
the Texture
of your hair
S7s«0 Up
Mr. stephen. Gold Wav* Specialist
Stephens Beauty Shop
12426 St. Clair Ave. GL. 4050
CALL
We Will Deliver and Insfall
YGLR FAVORITE
TELEVISION
Pay Next Year!
iVanhoo 1717
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gether in the church for a dinner
and talkfest Thursday evening,
December 29th at sixty-thirty. Mr.
and Mrs. John Davies are arrang
ing the affair which is honoring
these co-eds.
Home from the College of Woos
ter where she is a Freshman, Doris
Danielson is rushing about with
last minute Christmas preparations
and also receiving members of the
crowd who are dropping in at 932
Greyton rd., to say “Hi.”
John Winklar, son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Winklar, 16121 Terrace rd.,
is home from Xavier College for
the holidays.
With books and homework out
of the way until January 3rd, Jean
Rice, Sophomore at the College of
Wooster is enjoying her holiday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Rice, 16157 Glynn rd.
Congratulations are in order for
Ralph W. Barton who has received
the degree of Bachelor of Science
degree in Business Administration
at Ohio State University. Ralph
spent two years in the Navy after
Shaw graduation. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Barton,
13517 Beaumont ave.
BOOKKEEPING
tOR Small business
Income Tax Service
BUSINESS OR PERSONAL
Mitcellaneous Office Work
Phone for Estimate Without Ob I iaetlen
GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICS
1604
St. Clair Av*. Ulster 1-2383
PA si
/, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE AMERICAN
Weddmgs
Wedding notices, written and
signed may be sent to Elsa C.
Berg, 15632 Euclid ave., to ar
rive before Tuesday at 5 for the
following Thursday edition. For
any
call
base blends with all other kitchen equipment. Write the
JOHN OSTER MFG. CO. Racine, Wise, for name of your
nearest dealer.
The easiest way to take the pain
out of painting is by wav of the
new THOMAS PAINTER. This
PAINTER rolls the paint on smooth
iy and evenly. Together with the
THOMAS PAINT TRAY, you get
professional looking job and save
on time, too! If your dealer cannot
supply you, send
$2.98 for the 7 inch
painter and 8"xl4'*
tray to THOMAS
PRODS. CO. 8490
Lyndon Avenue,
Detroit 21, Mich.
Shipped prepaid.
Gift giving shouldn’t end with Christmas. For the all-year
gift give the HY-LO VACUUM BOTTLES. Comer with
the Senior or Junior Lunch Kits and with Ala-Diner Out
ing Kit for all the family. Always look for the “GREEN
BOTTLE WITH THE RED TOP.” Write to ALADDIN
INDUSTRIES, Nashville, Tenn, for the name of the dealer
nearest you.
Safeguard your
family and home
with “NO-SHOK*
Safety Extension
Cord Sets and Dup
lex Wall Outlets.
You prevent tragic
accidents because
curious children cannot insert fingers
or metal objects into live outlets. It
helps prevent fire hazards because of
its foolproof construction. Ideal for
use with appliances. On sale at local
hardware and 5 and 10c stores. If
dealer is out write to BELL ELEC
TRIC CO., 1844 West 21st Street,
Chicago 8, III.
How many times have you had to
borrow extra chairs from your next
door neighbor? You needn't have this
needless chore if you have ROYAL
FOLDING CHAIRS on hand These
ail metal folding chairs have a one
piece saddle shaped steel seat and the
frame can com
fortably seat your
heaviest guest. For
further information
write to ROYAL
METAL MFG. CO.
175 No. Michigan
Ave. Chicago 1, Ill.
When your youngster it ready for play-yard ... make
certain vou give him a SYMPHONETTE “COLOR
TUNED” PLAY YARD. It’t comfortable and easy to keep
dean ... because of the wetproof, plastic-upholstered floor.
Easily rolled through doorways ... because of rectangular
shape. Conveniently stored, because of new folding arrange
ment. Write LEHIGH FURNITURE CO., Easton, Pa. for
address of local SYMPHONETTE dealer.
GIVE HIM THE
If you would like to know more about the articles mentioned in this column, write to
Alberta Greene, 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope.
Sensational
The idea! gift for craftsmen
and hobbyists ... a portable
home tool and a fascinating
workshop accessory.
Whiz-Saw cuts all kinds
of wood or similar mate
rials up to 1* thick.
Whiz-Saw makes its own
starting hole for inside cuts
It’s many saws in one.
New table converts Whit
Saw to immovable band or
jig saw. $18.95
KEMP BROS
desired information, please
PO. 3378.
Gairing-Johnsen
St. Elizabeth’s Church in
In
Ridgewood, N. Y., Saturday, Dec
ember 3rd, Miss Barbara Marie
Johnsen, daughter‘of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore N. Johnsen of Ridge
wood. became the bride of Ensign
Donald A. Gairing, son of Mrs.
Harold J. Gairing, 1745 Chapman
ave. The bride attended Maryland
College for Women, Lutherville,
Md., and Ensign Gairing is a grad
uate of the United States Naval
Academy at Annapolis. He is a
member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Wood-Watson
Mr. Donald Clark Watson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Melvin Watson
of St. Clairsville and resident of
14525 Euclid ave., this city will
go to St. Joseph, Mo., for Christ
mas. His marriage to Miss Mar
jorie Ellen Wood of 11418 Euclid
ave., is taking place in Westmin
ster Presbyterian church there
Tuesday, December 27th. A recep
tion will follow at the home of the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lan
don Chambers Wood.
The couple were graduated from
Ohio University where Miss Wood
belonged to Pi Beta Phi and her
fiance to Beta Theta Pi.
AOHOME
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Get taste thrills and smaller grocery bills with
the new OSTERIZER. This versatile electric
appliance liquefies vegetables, blends drinks,
pures food for baby whips, chops, beats,
grinds, pulverizes and mixes. The chromium
Start off the New
Year with a change
nearest department
or furniture store
•nd ask to be shown
the new DOUGLAS
'•CLASSIC” TABLE with CHAIRS
to match. This table has a kidney
shaped Formica top... and cornea
in a choice of six colors. Table lege
are 3 dimensional diamond tubing,
wishbone style. Write DOUGLAS
FURNITURE CORP. 1817-27 So.
55th Ave. Cicero 50, Ill. for catalog
describing this unit.
The small home or apartment dweller
will welcome the new MONITOR
“AERATOR” WASHER. Here’s a
washer that quickly takes 5 to 6 lbs.
of dry clothes ... thoroughly cleans
them in only 9 gr Is. of water in lest
than five minute.! It has a balloon
type wringer and the whole unit is
only 3 0 Vs" in
height and about
15” square. Write
MONITOR
EQUIPMENT K
CORP. 640 West
249th Street. N. Y.
63. for illustrated
brochure.
Beautiful HASKO TRAYS make serving a delight. EtpO
daily when you serve on the new tray with the “Flying
Ducks” pattern. See this design for yourself and then
examine the matching sets of tumblers and napkins. Your
family will admire ... your friends will desire there new
HASKO TRAYS and accessories. Write to HASKELITS
CORP. Grand Rap.ds 2, Mich, for complete new catalog.
Make vour owe
lamp this easy easy
way. Send for the
new DfK LAM|
KIT which -on*
tains everything
needed except the
bulb. A simple base
of blond pine with DEKS of Cela
nese Plastic to cover it. Sctf-colored
tacks, complete socket and all neces
sary parts including easy-to-follow
instructions are contained in the kit.
Send $5 98 to DEKS INC. 482
Broome St. N. Y. C.
shipped prepaid.
and kit will be
0 ONLY -M
$4300
Complete with blades,
screwdriver and Q\
1 instruction*
Complete
SAW and KNIFE
Sales and Service
123S3 Euclid Avenue HA. 6261
A Block Weit ol Lakeview Road
WORKS
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MERRY CHRISTMAS fo ALL
With All Its Joys and Blessings, Is The Sincere Wish of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferrate, Chester and Anthony
FRANK'S SHOE STORI
16377 Euclid at Ivanhoe
Free Parking Open Eves.
Best wishes for
12509 ST. CLAIR AVENUE
Thursday, December 22, 1949
Merry Christmas and
a Very Happy New Year,
may each and every day of it
be filled with joy and cheerl
WALTER F. MEYER
Jeweler
GLenville 3160
We Give Eagle Stamps
For the LAST-MWUTi: Shopper/
Our Selection of CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS Is Complete
for Women, Men, Boys, Girls and Tote
Aldj the Music, the Joys and Blessings of
Christmas Brighten Your Days,
U Our Wish!
For the LAST-MINUTE Shoppert
Give the Gift that Keeps jfh
On Giving Thru the Years
IC V wr IC
We have the Greatest Stock hx this Area: Classical, Popu
lar, Hillbilly, All Purpose LP, 45 RPM and Regular, All the
Best Makes and All the Famous Artists,
DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS
On Any Purchase This Week-End
Bring This Ad for Double Stamps
Musical Instruments for Amateur or Professional
Record Players—Victrolas—Musical Toys—Harmonicas
Metro Music House
16343 Euclid near Ivanhoe GL. 9133
NEXT TO EUCLID THEATRE—FREE PARKING IN REAR
Open Evenings—WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
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HRISTMAS
REETINGS
The season of hope and good
cheer is at hand, and to friends
and neighbors we send our
sincere greetings.
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St. Cloii Coal & Supply Co,
$0300 St. Clair Avenue
KEnmore 6000

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