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Be Sure You Have Plenty of Film BRING US YOUR VACATION PICTURES Cameras o Photo Supplies Repairs o Greeting Cards Sheet Music GLenviUe 1-3727 YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY HIGH PRICES FILMS ssi SUPERIOR PHOTO FINISHING for TV Service because for a S10-A-YEAR Membership in the AMERICAN TELEVISION CLUB you get COMPLETE LOW COST PROTECTION. COME IN FOR ALL YOUR PHOTO NEEDS o USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN AN SUPERIOR W’CAMERA SHOPS 14770 Euclid at Page YOU CAN'T LOSE because if no TV Service is given you, your $10 member ship fee may be applied on any item over $30 purchased in our store. Will Send Complete Infromation Right NOWI Come In, Call GLenviUe 1-2201 Euclid-Superior TV & Appliance 13521 Euclid at Superior 10 Yean in the Same Location Old Reliable Sportmen's Store For Your Supplies We Issue LICENSES Why Go Downtown When You Can Get It At JOSEPH J. ECKERT UADnUfADt? nAnUVVnni. 1395 Hayden, Comer Shaw Avenue GLenviUe 1-4797 TURKEY SPECIAL Buy Now For Your Freezer and Save YOUNG SPRING FVB TURKEYS 49c IF 0 JOE ECKERT ain’t got it ain’t worth havin’! "Open Season*’ means many happy hours in the great outdoors pursuing your favorite game. We stock everything a hunter needs guns, sheUs, traps, boots, coats and caps. Make our shop your starting point for every hunting trip! Come to the (Formerly Wuertz Hard-" 'e the sportsmens st e E E I PLIOFILM BAG K K K WITH EACH TURKEY Spring Fryers»47c SPITZER'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET OUR NEW LOCATION 11800 Superior SW. 1-7275 (Formerly 13017 Superior near Euclid) Plenty of FREE Parking Rear of Couden Motors Drive In One Drive, Out the Other OPEN SUNDAY MORNING FREE DELIVERY .....J /etm fe^oEMI hi ’-i mm .. .. gSBlilEml 1 mMm 'dS*a *-r,_ f'- ■'•jSfej' MIBB This is a scene which will be repeated and repeated again on Saturday, September 26th as Camp Fire girls ring doorbells and as housewives respond with a contribution for the Kiwanis Youth Service program. Saturday is the big day in the week’s drive for funds as all Ki wanis clubs in the county join hands. The receipt for each contribu tion will be a bag of peanuts not at the price of the delicacy but at the response of the donor. Bob Kerr, chairman of the East Cleveland campaign reminds “Every dollar received will be spent in East Cleveland’’. What better investment in youth? Have your contribution ready. Briefs From YMCA Fall Schedules Archery Thursday and Friday. Time: 3:45 to 5:00 p. m. Fee, $1.50 plus “Y” membership. Place, “Y” House garage. When, starts September 17th. Flag Football Clinic and Prevue Date, September 26th. Place, “Y” House, 1819 Lee blvd. at Euclid. Time. 2:00 p. m. Everybody welcome, no charge. Content, teach ing of fundamentals, explanation of rules, demonstrations by Shaw Varsity. Prevue, three 10 minute Flag football games between six schools. Boys coming to the Clinic are urged to help in the kids day pea nut sale. Come at 9:00 a. m. Bring your lunch and stay for the clinic. East Cleveland YMCA Membership Rates Boys 9 to 14, $4.50 per year boys, 15 to 17, $5.50 per year boys, 18 and up, $10.00 per year Men, $10.00 per year. Looking To Winter The city has awarded a contract for three salt spreaders to the Ohio Truck Equipment Co., on its bid of $1585.64 each, plus a $25 allowance on the three old pieces of equipment. The spreaders are scheduled to be received within a few weeks. For Printing Coll GL. 1-4383 Back to School ,/2PRf-nsTB0 Pollwarrot SHOES FORI'bOYS AND GIRLS BAUMGARTEN’S The Family Shoe Store 1427 Hayden GL. 1-8516 PLAIN EAST CLEVbL-x., uEADEB 1: U 'S' .S’". £?. I .A $ MS*5' A’ A:. X- A v S' ♦t'Js s 'i $■ t'v ■jt i V' y y •’Xd ■'J'' '’A A s W :-sv Personals Col. C. W. G. Rich, U.S. Army, recently of Carlisle Barracks, Penna., flew from San Fran cisco, Calif., to Tokyo, Japan, and expects to go to Korea, shortly. Col. Rich is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rich, I, of 488 Cleve land rd. Items for this column may be sent to 14600 Euclid ave. or phoned to PO. 1-3378. Deadline is 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. Three pre-nuptial affairs were given for Jean Hagberg whose marriage to Robert Ambler took place on Saturday, August 29th. Mrs. William Gates was oshtess at a shower. Neighbors and friends surprised Jean at the home of Mrs. John Stamp and the re hearsal diner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelling. Mr. and Mrs. James Shafer of Stanwood rd. have as their home guest Mrs. Shafer’s sister, Miss Elsie King of Davenoprt, Iowa. Last weekend Mr, Shafer’s brother, Philip Boardman of Philadelphia was their guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Claus, former Mildred Dopslaf of 14716 Alder ave., East Cleveland and daughters Debbie Lou and Cassie Lee have moved to their new home at 3022 Heresford dr. in Parma, Ohio. Fairytale Theater will present “Bonny’s Boy,” a dog story for National Dog Week, Sunday Sep tember 20th, over WGAR at 12:30 p. m. Marvin Hart, 13094 Strath more ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Hart, will portray the part of Davy’s father. Melvin, is a senior at Cathedral Latin High School. Mrs. Paul E. Berg, from Seattle, Wash., is visiting her ister, Mrs. W. E. Brusman, 15202 Elderwood ave., Mrs. Brusman’s mother, Mrs. C. L. Kinney who has been hers over a year, will return to her home in Alhambra, Calif, around the 25th, accompanied by Mrs. Berg. Mrs. Richard E. Welch, form erly of Emily ave., and Mrs. Rose Gydosh were co-hostesses to soma 50 guests at the former’s home, 4909 East 90th st., Sunday, Sep tember 4rd. The affair was a bridal shower honoring Miss Mar garet Welch of Emily ave. who will be married to Richard Ven tura in October. Jo Anne Becker of 13312 Fifth ave. has enrolled in the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Miss Becker, who has completed two years of work in Flora Stone Mather College, was on the Dean’s Regular Dry Cleaning Service Trousers, Cleaned and Pressed.. .50c Sweaters, Cleaned and Pressed. .49c Skirts, Cleaned and Pressed..........50c Quick Service or Picfc-Up and Delivery Slightly Mere FAST 2-HOUR SERVICE Dupont’s excellent Perchlor Cleaning Fluid used on all cleaning. Restores luster and brightens all original colors. Garments fully insured. All work done in our own licensed plant DEAN CLEANERS 15608 Euclid (opposite Colt) PICK-UP and DELIVERY *70A ULe I"J/ JU __ ’__ n—•riflp—.irs. ft* List for her Sophomore year. Both Mather and the Nursing School are of Western Reserve University. Mrs. Danny Parry (Jean Hub bart) of Euclid was the honor guest at a surprise stork shower Friday evening, September 11th, Mrs. William Grabert of 13304 First ave. being the hostess. Fif teen guests were present. Miss Ruth Ellen Laurence of 14222 Potomac ave., is enroute to California where she will make her home for an indefinite time. Miss Laurence was formerly on the faculty of the School of Nurs ing, Huron Road Hospital. Free Delivery GLenviUe 1-0825 Whoiosaia Prices for 15522 Euclid AT TAYLOR ROAD U. S.<p></p>RUMP Boneless Lean VEAL STEW Loin VEAL ROAST tb. 69 Loin VEAL CHOPS u. 79« U. B. Choice VEAL STEAK u. 95 Assorted COLD CUTS u. 79« Spring LEG o' LAMB Lb. 69* U. S. Choice Short Cut Standing Rib Roast 79« Lb. Moving Children Constant Hazard For Motorists Children May Dare Drivers Beware! “With the opening of schools in September, thousands of children again are using the streets and highways, which means more chances they may be killed or in jured by motor vehicles,” H. S. Weaver, Chief of Police said today. In an appeal to motorists to help reduce the toll of child accidents in traffic, he pointed out that 209 children under the age of 15 years were killed by automobiles in Ohio during 1952. It is the responsibility of motor ists be on the look-out for chil dren at all times and to slow down when driving in residential dis tricts or near schools, play grounds, or vacant lots. He cau tioned drivers ,especially to keep a sharp eye out for moving chil dren—children running, on roller skates, or on tricycles and scooters —children playing on curbs, in alleys and between parked cars. Accidental death and injury, al ways tragic, seems more pointless and wasteful when little children are the victims. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Kidd, 1371 Hayden ave., a boy, Joseph Frederick, September 4th. Window Washing Storm Window and Scraan Sarvica Wall Washing Outtor* Claanad HOUSE CLEANING Fully Inturad VETERANS FRESH GRADE A CLEANING 12700 Superior Ave. GL. 1-7482 GL. 1-2757 Evening U. 1-9447 CALVIN B. COATES Direct From Our Own Farms Pullet EGGS............ dos. TtU I Dosen $1.30 Stewing CHICKENS .. ib. 35c FRESH CUT-UP CHICKEN ST. CLAIR-SHAW POULTRY 12530 St. Clair Avenue Weddings and Banquets Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank CIRINO’S (aN Bon.l.u Uan Gold Band 59. u. Shaw Hi-Y Greets New Members At Y House Monday The Shaw Hi-Y will hold its first meeting of the semester, this Mon day evening, September 21st at 7:30 p. m., in the “Y” House at Euclid and Lee. A cordial invita tion is extended to the new 10 B’s and any other Shaw students who wish to become members. This semester an extensive schedule of programs, social events and sports FREE DELIVERY orders of ss or over) We Are As Near To You As Your Telephone No Crowds No Waiting Shop From Your Own Home In Comforf. SAVE on these WEEK END SPECIALS CHOICE VEAL _____ Gold Band COFFEE Lb. Greer Freestone PEACHES No. Can KIDNEY BEANS 2 No. 2 Cans GilberTs be»* ROAST 59c 25c Edward's Fancy 25* Instant Coffee NESCAFE 6-oz. Jar Swill CLEANSER Cans Edward's Pony DILL PICKLES m. 49c Swift's Brookfield BUTTER u69 WE MBBBHyB THB BIOHT TO LIMIT gVMntTtB* Thursday, September 17, 1963 have been planned. If a group of boys wish to form a new chapter of Hi-Y, get in touch with any of the Hi-Y officers or the “Y” Sec retary. The officers for this term are Bill Bennett, President Dick Freedman, Vice President Jim Kitson, Secretary Jim Leach, Treasurer, and Jay Hunton, Chap lain. Dean Louis has been ap pointed as program chairman. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. Ricciardi, 1824 Brightwood rd., a girl, Rosalie Ann, September 4th., 13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIUR Right Next Door to the Liquor Store ’’STELL’’ and "ROLUE” ROWLAND ... At Your Service OP ot ’chlHrenGROUIW/ Schools Are Open. Children Are All Over the Streets, So Drive Carefully, Drink Moderately Fall Is Just Around the Corner and that means football, indoor parties, clambakes (and still outdoor picnics) the best place and the nicest people "STELL" and "ROLLIE" have the FINEST FOODS, the BIGGEST SELECTION of WINES (imported and domestic) to make any Picnic or Party a Big Success For Your Selection More Than 60 Brands of BEER and ALE BUY the Case or BUY the Bottle Just Call "ROLLIE" also the Finest Domestic and Imported WINES and CHAMPAGNES! FREE PARKING Sot Back Door! Serving E. Cleveland and CJeve. Hts. since 1935 BEER WINE MIXERS Deltoer Phone GL. 1-8305 We Rent Punch Bowls and Cups Open Till 10 P. Dally 'Square Deal' Super Murket GL. 1-5800 VAUCYAMS 75c 3 Lb. 29c Fresh BRUSSEL SPROUTS QtBox 29c California JUICE ORANGES 2 Dozen 59c Froxen Bonnie Buttered STEAKS Pkg. of 4 39« Edwards Froxen STRAWBERRIES 10-oz. Can Froxen LEMONADE 2 6-oz. Cans 29^ All Sweet MARGARINE i^27«.