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Thursday, November 12, 1953
on SAVINGS Insured up to $10,000 Member F. D. I. C. Frse Delivery Glenville 1-0825 GEESE ib. 35c Fresh Cut-Up Chicken for Frying Wholesale Prices far Weddings and Banquets i CONGOWALL snr 6C VINYL FLOOR TILE MARBELIZED ASPHALT TILE Kirsch Curtain Rods .. Traverse Rods .. ANK No Reasonable Otter Refused on INLAID LINOLEUM Open Tues., Thurs., FrL Evos.—All Day Wednesday 12700 SHAW AVENUE Paint for the Holidays! Do It Your sell and SAVE with SUPER If I 1 'Idiii'' j, 'vJk'hnH.nb .iikI I KEM GLQ *'nd IUU I Ar Wallpaper Steamers and Floor Sanders For Rent Paint Up Brighten Up For Fall and Winter For All Your Needf HIQ 14707 ST. CLAIR RUSSELL W. AMAUGH MRS. JOHN PILLAR Everything is FRESH at The FARMER'S MARKET CORNER COIT and WOODWORTH Produce* Poultry, Flowers, Fruit, Bakery, Etc, Direct from the Farmer Who Grows It! Mondays and Wednesday, Afternoon and Evening Saturday Momings-^On Your Table the Day It's Picked! Double Breasted Tom TURKEYS lb. 43c Hen Turkeys .lb. 49c Grade A LARGE PULLET EGGS DOZEN............. 3 DOZEN $1.30 ST. CLAffl-SHAW POULTRY Young Spring DUCKS S 39 12530 St. Clair Avenue Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank LAKE ERIE FLOOR COVERING CO’S FIRE S^^E TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! SMOKE DAMAGED ONLY PLASTIC TILE 18c Square Ft. p" *ir Square vv £15ic .each 10c .each $1.25 Do Several Rooms! WASH IT AGAIN and AGAIN! You can't mar its matchless beauty. It's completely new completely different! It's guaranteed washable! Quart $1.73 GaL $5.45 and------ KEM-GLO Enamel! No Undercoater Needed! Gleaming White ... 20 Beautiful Colorsl THE MIRACLE LUSTRE ENAMEL Looks and washes like baked enamel. For kitchen and bathroom walls, ceilings and all woodwork. Gives a tough, smooth surface *. resists stains scuffs, smudges, bod ing water even hot grease. Quart $2s53 Soo HARRY RW al HAYOEN HARDWARE 1905 Hayden Avenue GLonvillo 1-6642 GaL 00.40 ■r Plan Hospital Dance The 18th annual benefit dance and card party of the Euclid-Glen ville Women’s Junior Board will be at Hotel Cleveland, November 28. Joe Hruby’s orchestra will furnish the music. Proceeds of the dance will help furnish the hospital with CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13100 Eudld at Lockwood JOHN W. GROHNE, Pastox Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship Service 10:45 A.M. Nursery for Pre-Schoolers St. James Lutheran Church (Uoitod Lutheran Church in America) 1424 Haydon Ave. ROBERT BARKLEY, Pastor Church School: 9:30 A.M. Worship Service: 10:45 A.M. Holy Communion 1st Sunday in each month (October May) Nursery and Child Care during Services WE INVITE YOU TO COME! WINDERMERE Presbyterian Church Established 119$ Yevr Family Church in the Heart at fast Cleveland 9:30—Church Scheel Nvnery Cere During Cherch 11:00—Mornins Werthin EUCLID at WINDERMERE Opposite East Cleveland Library "Bread and Butter Note To God' Rev. J. Franklin McHendry Men's Breakfast SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 7:30 A. M. Sharp FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EAST CLEVELAND Euclid and Nela Avenues MR. HARRY WINSOR Will speak on "People and Prayer" ALL MEN INVITED Can UL. 1-2777 for Reserv. $1.50 Per Plate MEATS a Round Swiss Pot Roast Weiners Bologna Voal Roast Veal Chops ‘39c EAST CLEVELAND LEADER a special Contact X-Ray Therapy Unit for treatment of skin cancer. Mrs. Joseph A. Crowley and Mrs. Dale Fowler are general chairman and co-chairman respec tively of the dance. Unique table and ballroom decoration are prom ised by Mrs. Robert A. Modlin and her committee. Also working to assure the success of the affair are Mrs. Charles Ackerman, Mrs. J. A. Davis, Mrs. Joseph W. Denk, Mrs. Edmund Depp, Mrs. Norman Ham lin, Mrs. Herbert P. Janke, Mrs. Ralph Ricksecker, Mrs. William Renner, Mrs. Kenneth Sims, Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Anthony To maro, and Mrs. William J. Donaldy. Left to right in the picture: Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Ricksecker and Mrs. Crowley. Miss Patricia Larkin and Miss Barbara Dore will be flower sell ers at the dance. Miss Larkin and Miss Dore are two of the Junior Volunteers at the hospital, a group composed of high school students, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire girls who give many after-school hours of service. Foremost among the patrons for the dance are Mrs. William G. Mather, Honorable Frances Bolton, Mr. Newton D. Baker III, and Mayor and Mrs. Sims. Many of the doctors on the staff of Euclid Glenville as well as friends of the hospital and the Women’s Junior Board are dance patrons, too. Tickets may be secured from Mrs. Crowley, Mrs. Fowler or any committee member. Mrs. Crowley’s address is 154 East 196th st. and her phone number is IV. 1-1220. Mrs. Fowler can be reached at 19801 Edgecliffe dr., or by calling KE. 1-3344. Home Rooms 36-21 Shaw Softball Series Winners Home Rooms 36 and 21 are the champion Shaw High softball play ers. They won the distinction by defeating the No. 8s by a 13 to 0 victory in the finals. Umpiring the hotly contested game were Jan Stillinger and Marty Mueller. The championship game marked the close of a most successful soft ball season for Shaw girls under the direction of Mjss Norma Smith, physical education instructor. Players active on the winning team are Ginny Grossman, Lee Wellman, Jackie Racovec, Anita Leicher, Elaine Forkapa, Charlene Hall, Nan Blough, Sandy Brown and Jo Beyvl. East Cleveland Congregational Church Euclid Avenue at Page Two Services 9 A. M. and 11 A. M. Samoa Subject: "LITTLE PEOPLE CAN BE BIG" 11 A. M., Church School 7 P. M., Youth Meeting Wook Day Nursery School A.M. to 11:30 A. M. WHOLESALE No Extra Charge Tor Cutting U. S. Govt. Inspected Grade A Beef Whole Sides Fores, lb. 31c Hinds, lb. 49c ORDER Holiday Poultry Now! STEAKS *59*1 37* »69* Beltsville 5-9 lb. Ave. TURKEYS lb. 59c Chicken Logs, Breasts lb. 79c Sliced Bacon________lb. 49c Pork Butts______________ lb. 49c Beef Uver .. lb. 49c Open Friday Evenings Closed All Day Monday COLE’S MEATS 28805 Laks Shore Bird. Wickliffe WL 3-2366 iv. More Bazaars On Calendar Today is the day of the Harvest Fair at the Church of the Cross, Caledonia at Winsford rd. The fair is open to 9 tonight with an eve ning cafeteria meal. For Sale? Everything that a bazaar should have and many new items to add new- interest to the shopping for Christmas gifts or those handmade items one likes to have in one’s own home, but just don’t have time to make. Mystery Barrels Offer Surprises Surprises, fun and new ideas for gifts will highlight the Holiday Carnival at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 15837 Euclid ave. Doors oepn at 11 a.m. this Sat urday for the gala festival. Youth and adults alike will find intrigu ing gifts *to solve the annual Christ mas Shopping problem. Surprises will be stored within the S. Holmes Mystery Barrels and in the pockets of the Strolling Snowman. Game land will afford fun for any age. Homemade baked goods candies and jellies will satisfy gourmet and sweet-tooth experts alike. The public is invited. Proceeds will swell the Church’s improve ment fund. Chambers PTA is holding its an nual Holiday Bazaar Friday, Nov ember 20th from 1:30 to 9 p.m. This year’s theme is the old-fash ioned bazaar in a holiday decora tive setting, red and green. A Christmas Eve scene will be ar ranged on the auditorium stage and cafeteria super serving starts at 5 p.m. New among all the “regulars” will be the Children’s Booth where children only may shop for gifts within their budget. The booth, says Mrs. Frank Underwood opens at 3:30 p.m. The Work Basket is just that. Mrs. Wilfred Stradtheck presides over the booth stocked with articles made by the mothers this summer. Novel and commonplace is offered. For the small fry the Toy Cen ter, Mrs. Ernest Critzer in charge, offers new and used toys, used records, etc. Doll clothes—always the first booth to be sold out will answer dreams of wee mothers for every kind of doll attire is ready—all hand made by the mothers says Mrs. Wilbur Fielitz, in charge. White Elephants? plenty of them with Mrs. T. W. Palmer on hand to aid customers. “Jewelry and Ceramics, much of it handmade is, according to Mrs. Joseph Ziccardi, the most interest ing booth. Then there are Christmas decor ations being sold by Mrs. Mike Petche, a Plant booth, Mrs. Homer Randolph in charge and Baked Goodies with Mrs. Victor Bietzel as clerk. Mrs. M. Hill is ready with a Fish Pond and Mrs. Carl Price with a sweet shop, while Mrs. Paul Maynard is ready with items ex clusive for men and boys. The supper committee is Mrs. I Wm. Giesel and Mrs' Ralph Mac Eachron. Parents who wish to shop in secret can park the children at the Move. Pre-sale bazaar tickets Men's ARCH SUPPORT or OXFORDS Heavy WORK Rubbers o and GALOSHES o MEN'S and BOYS' ENGINEERS' BOOTS BAUMGARTEN’S The Family Shoe Stere 1427 Hayden GL 1-8516 SAM STRAN1ERO l£ save gets complete set of deaniog tools FREE •f extra charge! ,,s HOOVER CfeflWr TRIPLMCTNNf Lightweight,oofnpeet,ees* iest to use and...it Seaty rwegw, at it dtau! WZtStSSSSl Lmn Dean Pauneet Wallpaper A Appliances AUTHORIZED MAYTAG DEALER 14504 St Clair Ave. GL. 1-2448 are less than tickets sold at the bazaar. see The Women of Windermere Pres byterian Church are climaxing their months of work and prepara tion with their annual bazaar, Friday, Nover-u-*r 13th. Featured ai ng the booths will be Christmas decorating ideas, handmade doll clothes, tempting baked goods, novelties and lovely aprons plus the always unusual and interesting handmade items. A roast beef or meat loaf dinner will be served at 5:30 and 6:30. Many things have been planned to entertain the youngsters and it promises to be a gala event to open the holiday season. All friends of the church are cordially invited to join in the fun. Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church will hold their an nual Bazaar in the church base ment November 20th. Booths open from 5 to 10 .m. will feature a country store, fancy work, baked goods, as well as many worthwhile Christmas suggestions. The dinner, which is always an important feature of the occasion, will be served from 5:30 to 7 p. m. The general planning committee includes John Schumacher, Charles Pike, Gerald Ream, Ed Hennen, Mrs. Ray Fox, Mrs. Fred Reiss, Mrs. E. R. Hennen, Mrs. Thelma Rundt, Mrs. Anthony Beranek, and Mrs. R. W. Baird. Camp Fire News The East District’s Camp Fire Girls training course will have its fifth and last weekly meeting No vember 16th. This meeting will be at the East Cleveland Congrega tional Church from 7:30 to 10 p.m. The program for this meeting will include committee of awards, symbol games, program planning and community resources and a warding of certificates. For additional information call Mrs. Brugmann at LI. 1-1846. A cabin session at the East Side cabin will be held November 13th from 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. The Mail Box To the Editor: On several occasions I have ob served the “scanty” flow of ve hicle traffic over the entire length of Terrace rd., especially during morning and evening rush hours. And this in contrast to the bumper to-bumper traffic on Euclid ave., which we know runs parallel with and is the first street north of Ter race rd. It would seem to me motorists, acquainted wfth Terrace rd., who prefer to do their driving on Euclid FINEST CADILLAC Invalid Car At Your Service S. H. JOHNSTON KE. 1-3100 WE ANSWER YOUR PHONE! In Your Name In Our Office Call MU. 1-4064 EAST CLEVELAND TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE 12722 SL Clair Avenue LEARN TO DRIVE Patient, Courteous Instructors Insurance Coverage Free Pick-Up No Clasaroom 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. 14909 ave., are more contented in traffic jams. My solution to easing congested traffic conditions on Euclid ave., is to have our Traffic Division make it mandatory in having a greater number of vehicles diverted to Terrace rd. I feel satisfied that I voice the sentiment of many others, par ticularly bus operators, that the exercising of my idea would result in safer, faster, and more enjoyable driving for everybody. Very cordially yours, Ralph E. Thayer Feel Free To Use Our Feel Free To Use Our LAY AWAY PLAN Humidifiers. Etc. 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