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Right Next Dooi to the Liquor Stoco
Resfavd D? Ta 30%
Call Us for What You'll
Need for Your
Ksw Year's Party
BEER WINE SOFT DRINKS
and DELICACIES ICE CUBES
Serving E. Cleveland and Cleve. Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Deliver Phone GL. 8305
We Bent Punch Bowl* and.Cup* Open TUI 10 P. M. Dally
SHOES FORjBOYS AND GIRLS
$1.95 to S5.S5
We Have a Good Steck of Galoshes and Rubbers
for Men, Women, Boys, Girls!
"The Family Shoe Stere"
1427 Hayden Ave. GLenville 8516
ITALIAN ALMOND CANDY 0(1*
La Florentine Brand 18 pcs., carton
BEEO osidi WIHE
Local Beer Dy the Case
Black Forest Leisy's, P.O.C., Standard
CROP for QI.VV
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and San Martin Burgundy
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Coj’ung or Eathg Apples
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For the Holidays: Caiamare, Anquille,
Capitcne, Merluzzi, Sarde, Scurmi, Shrimp,
Sand Eels, Oysters, Boneless Codfish.
TOFY NEW YEAR
Also Sandy Mac Ready-To-Eat Hams
FEESH FRUITS end
Artichokes, Tomatoes, Celery, Yams, Sweet
Potatoes, Etc. ALL AT
Lowest Market Prices
Fresh Anise (Finocchi)
Lean and Tasty
Whole or Half___ __ __ 1_______ Lb. vilv
For Four New Year's Eve Party
Cenrine Itdbn SAUSAGE
100% PURE PORK
Custom Made ... ___ ________ lb. vOC
7-Rib End Lean
STRICTLY FRESH___________ Lb.
Here For Epiphany Service
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Wedding notices, signed,
should be sent to Elsa C. Berg,
15632 Euclid ave., to arrive by
Monday, if possible. There is no
charge for the notice but there
is a charge for pictures. Please
call PO. 3378 for any informa
tion desired on wedding items or
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alexander
Bader of 1756 Page ave. have
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Barbara Ann, to
Kenneth S. Whiteman Jr. son of
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Whiteman of
13909 Strathmore ave.
Miss Bader is a sophomore at
Ohio University. Her fiance is a
sophomore at Miami University
and a member of Delta Upsilon
social fraternity. Both Miss Bader
and Mr. Whitemore were gradu
ated from Shaw High School in
Announcement is made by Mr.
and Mrs. Paul J. Beal, 991 Helms
dale rd. of the engagement of their
Storm Window and Screen Service
Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned
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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
15837 Euclid ave. will observe its
annual Epiphany Service of Lights
Monday evening, January 9th at
8 o’clock. Coming from Washing
ton, D. C. to give the sermon at
St. John’s Episcopal church. St.
John’s is known as “the church of
the Presidents” in the capital since
o many presidents have attended
Rev. Glenn and Rev. Francis B.
12700 Superior Avo, GL. 7482
GL. 2757 Eve. LI. S447
SANDY MAC HAMS
Whole or Shank Half__________ Lb. y
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Sayre, St. Paul’s rector, have been
friends for many years. The ac
companying picture of them was
taken in Washington.
Proceeding the service, the con
gregation will hold its annual
parish meeting. A supper at 6:30
will open this part of the obser
vance which includes the election
of the vestry, as well.
The evening service is open to
daughter, Jane Marie, to Mr. John
F. Roth of Akron. Miss Beal is a
graduate of the College of Wooster
and Mr. Roth is a senior at the
University of Akron. His fraterni
ties are Theta Chi and Omicron
Mr. and Mrs. A. Yovannone of
1762 Wymore ave., have announ
ced the engagement of their
daughter, Louise Marie, to Mr.
Bernard A. Madzelonka, son of
Mrs. L. Madzelonka of 3498 West
Amid a setting of Christmas
greens and white tapers in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Knight
at Turkeyfoot Island near Akron
at high noon on the day before
Christmas, Miss Marion Jackson
and Ensign Milford Spalding
Terrass, U.S.N. pledged their
troth. Officiating at the nuptial
ceremony was Rev. A. I. Spanton,
deam emeritus of Akron Uni
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Theron Skeels Jackson and
the late Dr. Jackson. After
graduating from Hathaway Browm
School and Stanford University
and the Ryan School of Aeri
nautics, she attended Columbia
University. Her husband is the son
of Mr. and Mrs/ John Terrass of
Los Angeles. He attended Ruther
ford Preparatory School and is a
graduate of the U. S. Naval
The bride, given in marriage by
her uncle, Mr. Sprague Tomlinson
of Campbell, Mo., wore a white
satin. gown. From the deep V
neckline, tiny buttons trimmed the
long fitted bodice and the full
skirt fell into a brief train. She
Wore the groom’s gift, a strand of
pearls, and carried white orchids.
Carrying out the Christmas
color scheme, the attendants, Mrs.
Richard Wetsel as matron of hour,
Miss Anna Pettys as maid of
honor and Miss Betty Terrass as
bridesmaid, wore velveteen gowns
in a deep American Beauty red.
They also wore pearls and carried
white carnations caught with
frosted ribbons matching their
Mr. Terrass was his son’s best
/nan. Ushering were Mr. Hal
Knight and Richard W. Wetzel.
A reception followed in the
home of Miss Mary Crawford,
2715 Fairmount blvd., Cleveland
Heights with whom Mrs. Jackson
is making her home. Christmas'
greens with roses and poinsettias
in white, decorated the home.
The couple left for the Poconos
and will spend New Year’s Eve in
New York City before going to
Philadelphia where the groom is
assigned to the submarine Tusk
in the U. S. Navy Yard. In the
Spring they will transfer to New
In a beautiful and simple wed
ding on Monday, December 26th,
Miss Ruth Gertrude Gilbert and
Robert Edwin Shaeffer pledged
their troth in a ceremony per
formed by Rev. Edward G. Prassc
in the chapel of Covenant Presby
terian church. The ceremony at
four o’clock was witnessed by a
small company of relatives and
'the bride, daughter of Mrs.
Eleanor Irwin Gilbert, 1851 Tay
lor rd. and Mr. Hwuer Ellsworth
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Gilbert of Hawaii, was attended
by Mrs. Walter Boyce of Paines
ville. Mr. Ernest Harper of East
Lansing, Mich, was the best man.
Miss Gilbert was given in marriage
by her uncle, Captain John Charles
Irwin of Fort Knox, Ky.
For her wedding the bride chose
an afternoon length frock with
long sleeves in silver and shell
pink lame with a small matching
hat and a fluff of shell pink veil
ing. A single orchid adorned her
shoulder. Mrs. Boyce was gowned
in an acqua beaded crepe dress
with a V neckline and bracelet
length sleeves and her corsage was
The Christmas note prevailed at
the reception held in the home of
Mrs. Gilbert. The usual family
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READY TO EAT
Christmas tree was especially
beautiful while Christmas greens,
white candles and wedding bells
added their loveliness. The buffet
table was centered with a tiered
wedding cake encircled with holly
and white pompoms and flanked
with silver candlesticks with white
The bride Is a graduate of the
College of Wooster and received
her Ph.D. degree at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and wears
a Phi Beta Kappa pin.
Mr. Shaeffer is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George D. Shaeffer of
Dearborn, Mich, and is a student
in the graduate school, North
western University. He is a gradu
ate of the University of Michigan
and a member of Sigma Nu.
St. Clair-Shaw Poultry
12520 St Clair Ave.
Next to Cleveland Trust Bank
May Good Health, Happiness and Prosperity
Be Yours in 1950!
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SERVICE
SUITS COATS. WOOLEN DRESSES.
I and SKIRTS brought in before 9 A.M.
Friday xan be DRY CLEANED, PRESSED and
READY for you SATURDAY!
LAUNDRY Brought In Before 6 P.M. Thursday
will also be READY for You SATURDAY
NO EXTRA CHARGE
Cleaners & Laundry
1406 Hayden near Shaw Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
"Quality and Service That's What Counts"
15520 EUCLID AT TAYLOR
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we extend our heartiest
wishes for the young new
year to grow old through
the months with the best
of everything for you!
563 East I 12628 4065 I 4528
185th St. I Superior I Lee Rd. I Pearl Rd.
IV. 6832 GL. 8523 WY. 2523 SH. 8770
Store Hours: Monday. Tuesday, Friday Till 8 P.M.—Wednesday Till 1 P.M.
Open Eves. Thurs. and Sat, Till 8
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Happy New Year
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RS¥Z CRACKERS --29.
Strictly Fresh Dozen
Tomato Catsup 2-35'
TOMATOES O. ZV
ORANGE JUICE --35.
PRICE SALE BREEZE ANO PERK
SOAP FLAKES 2 -42=
Sauer Kraut 2“~27.
MONARCH COFFEE -69=
Thursday, December 29, 1949
'O' FHEB miAVWX*
Miracle Whip «49c
Cream Cheese j&pkss,A#
Macintosh or Jonathan
4 Lb& 23c
Seedless s* doz. V v v
2 its. 29c
Large Lb. Ivv
Hershey and Nestle
Size each 1 v v
1) 15-Oz. QE
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