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Thui iy, October 22, 1858
BALLOON TIRE Schwinn Bicycles .$41.95 ELECT HARRIET B. BALDAU EAST CLEVELAND SCHOOL BOARD November 3, 1953 Sponsored by: Parent* & Citizen* School Committee OVEN FRESH CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE Party Cookies lb. 91c Order Wow For Halloween Woodworth Home Bakery 14605 Woodworth Road ULster 1-5909 For Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383 Lite Weight Bicycles Schwinn. Budge. Raleigh. Hercule*. Weet End. All Slsee and Models up YOUR OLD BIKE OR TRICYCLE TAKEN IN TRADE New Velocipedes, many sizes, $3.95 up New & Used Whizzer Motor Bikes NEW BICYCLES $34.95 up Time Payments $1 Down $1 Week ART'S BICYCLE STORE 15108 Euclid Open Daily 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. GL 1-4495 Name (Individual or group leader) Address and Telephone Name and Age of Persons In Act:... Frw Pickup & Delivery Schwinn Part* English Parts Whizzer Motor Parts—B*—ties and Tricycles Reared Wheels Stra tened Parts 3 Accessories. All size Wheels. Tires and i uoes. *^4^^*****¥**¥*¥¥*¥*¥¥¥*¥¥*¥¥¥¥¥¥¥44¥ ENTRY BLANK FOURTH ANNUAL KIWANIS TALENT SHOW $ (Friday Night, November 20, Kirk School) Brief Description of Act-- KIWANIS CLUB OF EAST CLEVELAND Mail to P. O. Box 2402, East Cleveland 12, Ohio sensational new matchless GA.S RANGES HURRYI while they last I $1.25 "matchless” spatula While •Matchleea** Gaa Ranges am introduced, Matchless Gaa Range dealers offer you a $1.25 value “Match less” Spatula with SERRATED edge end SHARPENED end ... a perfect all-purpose cooking implement yours for just 49^. Get yours from your •‘MATCH LESS” Gas Range Dealer NOW! “Let’s Look at Our School Sys tem” is the topic of Prospect PTA’s November 4th meeting, at 8 p. m. at the school. This is planned as an evening meeting be cause of its interest to both fathers and mothers, especially those new to our schools. A panel of experts will lead the discussion, and answer questions. MAYFAIR MOTHERS ENJOYING TEAS Mrs. Howard Cadious, Room Mother Chairman, and her assist ant, Mrs. Leo Wieland, entertained the Room Mother Representatives and Room Mothers at an informal tea when plans were made for the “Get Acquainted Teas” being held at Mayfair School at 2:00 p.m. on the following dates: Tuesday, October 20th, First Grade, Mrs. Anderson hostesses: Mrs. Frank Merriam and Mrs. Charles Hayes. First Grade, Mrs. Yacki hostesses: Mrs. S.W. Bogas, Mrs. John Schultz. Second Grade, Miss DeBoer hostesses: Mrs. El mer Novak, Mrs. Douglas Rudol phy. Second Grade, Mrs. Gray hostesses: Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. George Blakely. Wednesday, October 21st, Hear ing Conservation. Mr. Chaunce, In structor hostess, Mrs. John Mac Donald. 3B and 3A, Miss Conaway hostesses: Mrs. Lloyd Taylor, Mrs. Wade Ellis. 4B Mrs. Knife hostess es: Mrs. Jack Smith, Mrs. E. C. Wettrich. 2A and 3B, Miss Pauli hostesses: Mrs. M. Swift, Mrs. Thomas Cyrus. Thursday, October 22nd, 5B, Mrs Crawford hostesses: Mrs. C. Quigley, Mrs. John Sires. 5B and 5A, Miss Wentworth hostesses: Mrs. R. Reinholz, Mrs. Louis Schatz. 6B and 6A, Mrs. Seaver hostesses: Mrs. E. Teter, Mr. M. E. Keefer. These teas are arranged by grades so that mothers and teach ers of the same room may meet each other and become better ac quainted. ^■out-perform any range at any price in any kitchen I broiler, top burners light automatically! ■notdiless speed—instant top-burner and broiler heat. Fastest oven heating. matchless convenience—automata dock-controls ... smokeless broiling i I cook clean modem ONLY 490 Choose from aN these famous mokosl cooking! Magic Chef Maytag Perfection Caloric Detroit Jewel RCA—(state Sunray Universal He EAST 0M0 GAS Conga? EAST CLEVELAND LEADER HALLOWEEN “Magic” Hey! kids mom dad Mayfair PT A will have Richard Lackner Mag ician for the Halloween Party, Thun y, Oc' ’er 29th, at May fair L~..ool. T—.’e will be two per formances—7:00 p. m. and 8:00 p. m. Dress up or not, but be sure to bring an adult with you. All children will receive a “treat” upon leaving. Further, if you are a wee bit late for the first perform ance—don’t worry—just step into the gymnasium and view a movie until the next performance. How ever, we would like to have the small frey at the first performance, if possible. Senior, Junior Chambers Players The Chambers Senior Players opens their second season with the presentation of “The Cross Princ ess” by Esther McClelland and Catherine Schroll, in the Little Theatre Room Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. at Chambers. This year as a result of the Audition last month we have a membership in the Senior Club of over sixty 5th and 6th grade stu dents who will be cast in plays as rapidly as possible. This first play while somewhat fantastic in plot deals with a very definite every day health rule, from which even a Princess cannot escape. Playing the part of the Princess is Suzanne Pfahl, with Rose Ra domsky and Barbara Lowmiller as her playmates. Others are David Price, King Laura Fleming, Queen Pat Reising Susan Jenkins, Bruce Stanek, Carol Leonard, Ethel Johnson, Diane Munkres and Richard Allen with the prologue. Chambers Junior Players start their second season presenting “The Magic Pumpkin” by Lee Kingman, Tuesday, 10:45 p.m. in the Little Theatre Room at Cham bers School. Mrs. Lloyd Will, is the new director of the Junior Players, which has a membership of around 60 third and fourth graders. This is a Hallowe’en play with William and Fred Henderson car rying the leads supported by Pat Ahearn, Robert Grill, Beatrice Win ters, Cheryl Pridgeon, Janice Naus ner, Dorothy Walls, Edith Pegg, Marilyn Giesel, Robert Lablana, Jean Kadis, Paul Magnussen, and Robert Sonday Other members will appear in later plays. Mrs. Will has studied and has experience in dramatics. New Classes For Expectant Parents Do you know some one who is expecting a baby in 1954 This is the time for expectant parents whose babies are due in January, February, or March to register for the classes conducted by the Visiting Nurse Association, a Red Feather agency. Mothers’ daytime classes in this area will begin at the East Cleve land Library, 14101 Euclid ave., on November 12 and January 7 and at the Association’s headquarters at 3300 Chester ave., on Nov. 5. Fathers’ evening classes at the V.N.A. Building begin on October 27 and November 30. Registration is by telephone. Just call HE. 2-0700. WE ANSWER YOUR PHONE! In Your Name In Our Office Call MU 1-4064 EAST CLEVELAND TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE 12722 St. Clair Avenue ERNESTINE JONES LEARN TO DRIVE Patient. Courteous Instructors Insurance Coverage Free Pick-Up No Classroom The Safest Way Yet Devised First Lesson Free If You Are Not Satisfied With Our Method Weather No Object CLEVELAND DRIVING SCHOOL GL. 1-0200 PO. 1-0009 PLAIN Dusk Rings Bell For Slower Speed “Slow Down at Sun Down!” Repeating the slogan that has become the watchword for the night traffic hazard program during October, H. S. Weaver, Chief of Police today warned motorists that speed and darkness are a deadly combination. “By speed, I don’t mean 50 or 60 miles per hour—or even 40,” he explained. “I mean a speed that’s too fast for driving condi tions. And dusk or darkness are conditions that call for traveling at much lower speeds than you would travel on the same road in daylight. “Whenever visibility is decreased danger is increased. It stands to reason a driver can’t see as far ahead in dusk or darkness as he can in daylight. Therefore, alert ness and slower speed are doubly important because pedestrians, cyc lists and other motorists are all the more difficult to see at night. So if the motorist is on the look out he’s more likely to see them, and—if driving at a slower speed— in time to avoid an accident.” “Practice the safety slogan ‘Wake Up and Slow Down at Sun Down!”’ Club.6 Club news may be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 14600 Euclid ave., or—if brief—phoned to PO 1 3378. While all news is due to be received by 5 p. m. Tuesday, it is appreciated when club news is received no later than Monday. “South of the Sudan” is the en trancing topic awaiting discussion when the Critique Club meets Oc tober 26th with Mrs. A. F. Kwis, 33,63 Glencairn rd. Mrs. W. Cham bers is the leader. Age means not a thing when it comes to the Sunny Monday Club. They are going to have a Hallo we’en Party next Monday after noon. Rumor says there will be fun aplenty. Open to all 60 or over men and women, the club, spon sored by the Golden Age Division of the Welfare Federation, meets Mondays at 1:30 in the East Cleve land Woman’s Club, 1747 Lake Front ave. An “old Santa” toy party will be held Thursday, October 29th at 8 p. m. at the American Legion Home, Hawley Park. Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary, East Cleveland Unit No. 163. Mrs. Einar Olsen chairman, states that grandparents as well as parents will be given special consideration. The party is open to the public. Mrs. Bruce Kirk of Eastlake, Ohio will entertain. The Women’s Welsh Club of East Cleveland are sponsoring the traditional Welsh “Faggot” supper on Saturday, October 24th at Westminster W’elsh Presbyterian Church, Wade Park and Addison ave. from 5:30 to 7:00 p. m. For reservations call Mrs. John Wat kins or Mrs. Harry Pottenger at RE. 1-4258. What? Why the DeMolay Mothers Country Store and card party? When? Thursday, Novem ber 12th. Where? East Cleveland Y House. Who? All are cordially invited. Camp Fire News The East District’s Camp Fire Girls training course will have it’s second meeting October 26th. These meetings are at the East Cleveland Congregational Church, Page and Euclid aves. from 7:30 to 10:00 p. m. The program for this meeting will include new registration, sing ing, folk dancing, and a talk on “Indian Lore”. For additional in formation call Mrs. Brugman at LI. 1-8646. The LEADER Has th* Buyers Regular Dry Cleaning Service Trousers, Cleaned and Pressed 50c Sweaters, Cleaned and Pressed.. 49c Skirts, Cleaned and Pressed 50c Quick Service or Pick-Up and Delivery Slifhtlj More Expert Alterations and Repairs We say EXPERT because we've been doing it for years. NOW is the time to have Your Fall and Winter Garments fixed up. SAVE THE COST OF NEW CLOTHES FAST 2-HOUR SERVICE Dupont's excellent Perchlor Cleaning Fluid used on all Homing. Restores luster and brightens all original colors. Garments fully insured. All work done in our own licensed plant DEAN CLEANERS 15608 Euclid (opposite Colt) a PICK-UP and DELIVERY ULo JV East Cleveland Leader A Newspaper ot r- leral Circulation in Cuyah County Established 1942 ted sry iirsf Col od hs ig C.... ny Pi she if EUCLID Nilv. S-JuLRNAL and The SCOOP General Offices and Plant 814 East 152nd Street GLenville 1-4383 C. E. BOWMAN Editor ELSA C. BERG Associate Editor R. L. FOULKE Business Mgr. ROBT. W. MURPHY Asst. Mgr. Service Clubs Pinch hitting as speaker for East Cleveland Lions, Gurth Baldwin chose to speak to fellow club mem bers on the subject of The Bible. Mr. Baldwin traced the spread of the gospel from the generation to generation by way of mouth method, to the papyrus and then to the printing of it down to the newest Revised Standard Version of which more than 60,000 copies have already been sold. Mention was made of the Great Bible, the Geneva Bible, the Bishop’s Bible and the King James Version. The book is now published in whole or in part in 1059 lan guages, he stated. Each new edition, he said, grew out of the gleaning of new material to make of the Bible a library, a history, a philosophy and poetry. “Open it anywhere, and one be comes interested” said Mr. Baldwin. When some 30 Kiwanians motor to Willoughby next Tuesday night to attend the 30th anniversary of the Kiwanis club of that town, it will be more than the usual neigh borly gesture. Willoughby is East Cleveland’s first sponsored club. They are eager to see how their child has grown. Ralph Warner, Industrial Rela tions Department of Nela Park, and Janies Albert, veep at the Os born Company—Mid West Divi sion are enrolled on East Cleveland Kiwanis. However, both are sea soned material, Mr. Warner from Niles, Ohio, and Mr. Albert from the Downtown Cleveland club. Wkat',6 briny Members of the W’m. T. Byrne Real Estate office, 1535 Hayden ave., will enjoy a clam bake at the office tonight. Present will be staff members, their friends and relatives. 20 FREE Tickets You can get a pair of compli mentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ads in this paper. There are teta names in ten ads scattered through the paper. If yea find your name, just clip the ad and take it to the Shaw- Hayden Theatre and you’ll get two free tickets. DOUBLE FEATURE Tonight, Friday and Saturday nights: “The Man From the Alamo,” and “Affairs of Dobie Gillis.” Same program Sat Mat. plus four cartoons and serial. DOUBLE Feature Sun.. Mon., Tues.: “Francis Covers the Big Town,” and “The Last Posse.” Next Wed.: “Thy Neighbor’s Wife.” Check all the ads and maybe you’ll find your name. If not this week, be sure to look next week. There’ll be ten names each week good for 20 tickets at the Shaw-Hayden Theatre. Headquarters For PRB-TESTED •Porture drrot on SAVINGS Insured up to $10,000 Member F. D. I. C. WIND-A-MEER OUTSIDE TV ANTENNAS ... INSIDE TV ANTENNAS ... LAMP SALE! 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