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For The Holiday Fast or Feast
Shrimp, Smelts, Sand Eel*, Calamari, Sardine*. Salmon. Halibut. Bloater*,
Eels. Salt Herring, Capitoni. Arraia, Sepia, Polpi, Kippers, Skate. Scal
lops, Shell Oysters. Clams. Mackerel. Cod, Haddock, Whiting. Frog*. Lob
ster Tails, Sword Fish, Whitefish Pike, Perch, Yellow Pike, Pickerel.
Wholesale Prices to Restaurants. Taveras. Factories and Institution*
•'WHERE SHRIMP IS KING”
EUCLID FISH CO.
18601 Abby Avenue at Bast ISStli Street
OPEN ALL DRY EVERT WEDNESDAY
John J. Comella. Prop. KEnmore 1-8448
For Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383
Erie Coal & Coke
4 All Burn Pocahontas Stoker Coal
Package Fuel Clean Prompt Delivery
17230 WATERLOO ROAD
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Read what the
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Won’t tip I
out extra-big "Speed Sok" few
time, e year I
Quietest ef all—no whining rear I
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HAVE
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LEWY
The “No Dust Bag to Empty" Vacuum Cleaner
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by NATIONAL INSTITUTE
OF RUG CLEANING, INC
Vacuum your rvgt doily Hove them
profCMionally cl*On*d Ot l*O|t one*
World's first and only
vacuum cltaner ta give ydu
4-WAY
rug cleaning!
lewjrf 'j We. 90 Carpat Nozzle fives you more suction power
Shan an upright-more (loaning actiotf than any other rug tool I
WIDI-ANGU SUCTION I
(on forward ttroke)
for deep-down dirt, surface Utter I
PILI-COM8ING ACTION I
For thread,, cat and dog hair,I
BUG-BRUSHING ACTION I
Groom, nap. rejtorej collf»l
DIIP-CLIANING SUCTION!
(on back ttroke)
for stubborn ground-in dirt I
4/100,000 of on inch)
a Suction* Control Diol I You con diol
wool rugj", "cotton rug»" Of
No extras to buy I Come* with oM
fool* to dean floor-te-ceihng I
AUOWANCfSf
COMF IN NOW!
NOME EQUIPMENT SALES CO
720 East 152nd
Talent Show Is by Mrs Frank Mc
Tops Once Again
Scotch Dancers, Margaret Call-1club Saturday, November 28th, a
aflder, director: Kay Donaldson, I midnight buffet simper being in
Barbara Brown, Tom Desborpugh, I eluded. Music v be by the
Margaret Kus, Marjorie Phimin-1 Angelotta Trio.
ster I The party committee is headed
■•The Happy Haystackers” “nd Mrs' .•,oh" Kel'y *,,d
Kathie Zoss, Janet Schiff, Mprt- “d„M?' dtu«™
ina Busin, Sandra Merger, Phyliss- Gre? ,!?r “4 „Fr'd Je
anne Hesford, Carol Masley,J"d S' P' Be’er
Rachel Probst, Bother Clark, Roy ,M ,nd Uord°n Urel“er
McMullen, Donald Rhodehamel, _. a
Robert Baker, Ley Blyth, Dale Col-1. Jh5 December 1st meeting
11*., Ronnld Dolinsky, Jeffrey ’"d«Ctab will
Zellmer, Paul Brber, directed by IJ1, 0 ^tank
Peg Hatch I Lloyd, 15480 Glynn rd. at 2 p. m.
Two groups from the Blevins ..C,h.ristm“ de'oratl"g id“? W‘U
School of Dancing were: P.tr-’Jbe d^'us“d *»d e“h •me”ber
Longdregan, Sally Gillen, Cm .. “ked br,"(r.1* ?ift /or ‘,h’
Massella, Nancy Podmore, Mary bb«"«e
Lenore Hall, JoAnne Keefer, Joan I H’yd J" be b\ ,Mr'
Scalzi, Sharon Smith and Marian I Dloyd York of 15516 Glynn Cd.
Frantz, Darlene Oeschler, Jimmie L.
Squire Arthur Santoro, Judy I MOUNT UNION WOMEN
Varro, Cynthia Kless, Wilma Reg-1 OF CLEVELAND
lin, Sandra Scheid, Barbara Bruek, I The annual Christmas party and
Carol Haas, Beth Lotah, Helen I bazaar of the Mount Union Women
Fox. Miss Shields was the accom-1 of Cleveland and their friends will
panist. The stage crew included I be held Tuesday, December 1st,
Bruce Walko, Martin Hockman,I at 7:30 p. m., at the. home of
Jeffrey Smith and Anita Eastburn. I Mrs. Alton F. Davis, 22075 Shaker
Talent Co-Chairman Al Huber I blvd.
was the genial master of cere-1 Miss Irma Saukkonen will give
monies while Talent Co-Chairman I an illustrated talk on Finland and
Dr. Leonard Smartini presented I its customs.
the General Chairman, Cecil Stone-1 Por reservations call Mrs. Ford
braker. Introduced also were Carl I gabin, YE. 2-2159 or Mrs. Alton
and Agnes Peck, who have worked I Dari8f yE g-5127, assisted by Miss
right along with the talent search-12ada Spring, Mrs. Ford Sabin,
ers. Directing the show were Miss I j|r9 george Donaldson, Mrs. Gar
Shields and Al Martin of Kirk Jr. I rjson Beachyt Mrg Mary Lehman,
High faculty. Mrs. Emil O. Young, Mrs. C. R.
C(u(fA
presented by Mrs. Vincent Peter
son.
The
under
Cisco,
Cisco, Cleveland Department of II we
Recreation, will sing at tihe Mon-1|
d.y, November 30th melting of I
The Board of the East Cleve-1
land Woman’s Club will hold its I
monthly meeting on Thursday, De-1
cember 3rd at 10:30 a. m. in the I
clubhouse with Mrs. C. E. Sher-1
man, president, presiding. I
At 2 in the afternoon, Mrs. P. C. I
Robinson, program chairman, will I
present Jane L. Hanson, well-1
known Cleveland interior decorator, I
who will give an illustrated talk I
on “Personality in Your Home.’’ I
Members will come fortified with I
pencils and note books as the I
speaker will present a wealth of I
ideas on table decor, materials, I
ornamentation, Christmas decora* I
tions, and many other related sub-1
jects. I
A tea will follow with Miss Cath-1
erine D. Ross and her sister, Mrs. I
Walter J. Tyler, hostesses pour* II
ing. II
Mrs. David Dakers, hospitality
chairman is in charge of tea table l|
FOSTER HOMES
NEEDED
Families needed to care for chil
dren supervised by the Division of
Child Welfare, County Welfare
Dept. urgent need tor pre-school
and adolescent cT‘,J’en. This agency
pays board, pro »s clothing and
medical care. These children are
not for adoption. Applicant* must
mset agency standard* and provide
references.
CALL OR WRITE
MISS GERTRUDE KOHL
2210 Cedar Ave. PR. 1-8400
CHECKING
ACCOUNT
IS A MESSENGER
TO RUN TOUR
FINANCIAL
ERRANDS
OPEN YOUR
ACCOUNT
TODAY
15619 WATERLOO ROAD
6131 3496
ST. CLAIR AVFim’’ EAST 93RO ST.
LAST CLEVELAND LEADER
A Hard Time Party is on the
lcatendar fw Counkry
of
be
Wright, Mrs. Edgar Parks, Mrs.
Vincent R. Peterson, and Mrs.
David W. Peterson.
The Heights DeMolay Mothers*
Club will hold their annual Christ
mas party at the home of Mrs.
Club news for this column may 15’elville_ A- ,Sma“- I00° G,r7t0”
be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 14600 H. on Tuesday, December 1st, at
®uc"d *rief Mr0.? H. C. Andrews .nd Mrs.
to PO. 1-33,8. Please get club E wU1 ,Mjat the
news by Monday. I
A book review is the pleasant I ITJ JO HP JTJT O
after-thanksgiving diversion for I JD jOk
the Book and Thimble club mem-1
bers. Mrs. F. G. McKeever is I Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
receiving at her home, 1801 Chest-I Karzor, 1664 Carlyon rd., a son,
nut Hills dr. and Mrs. A. F. Bondi Peter Alan, November 12th.
is the reviewer. I Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
IChamberlin, 14224 Strathmore
Mrs. Lawrence E. Smith, Mrs. I«ve-, a son, Alexis Lee, November
Arch M. Eicher and Mr. Earl R. |16th.
Henderson are the hostesses for I’
the December 8th meeting of the
I FINEST CADILLAC
Windermere Study Club, Deeem-1 Invalid Car At Your Servico
ber 8th. A book review will be
I g.
h. JOHNSTON EE. 1-3800
e II NEED AN EXTRA BED FOR
A I A FEW DAYS?
Golden Age Choral Group, II n--m
the direction of Mr. Joe
RENT-a-BED
will de’ tr a clean, comfortable
Rollsway made up with linens.
^25
the Sunny Monday Club, November II CEDAR 1-1632
20th. Several of the club members
are in the group. I RAYMOND C. W1NEGORD
DOLL CARRIAGES
Ha* hood and aun visor. 8" wheel. A carriage
that will del‘-kt little girl*
and their do
News
Of
of
Miss Joanne Vyse, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vyse
16305 Nelaview rd., will be home
today for the Thanksgiving vaca
tion from Western College for
Women in Oxford, Ohio.
She will have as guests Miss
Carol Lee Silvernail, her room
mate at Western from Parkville,
Missouri Miss Elizabeth Brown,
president of Westerii’s Govern
ment A“*ciation from Milwaukee,
Wis. and Miss Yong Sun Choy
frotn Pusan, Korea. Miss Choy is
a college graduate of Ewha Wo
man’s University in Korea and is
attending Western College because
she desires a bachelor of arts de
gree from an American college.
As one of the highlights of the
vacation, Miss Vyse hopes to take
the girls through a tour of the
General Electric Institute at Nela
Park.
SPICIAL BIPT
GROUP 07
FIVE
WATCHES
SO COME IN AND
A|
i UaUU
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
Now Is The
Time Io Buy!
Use Our
A Small
Deposit Will
Hold Any Toy
Till
Christmas!
Among the college folk who are
coming home for Thanksgiving is
Don Mixer, freshman at Bowling
Green State University, visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mixer, 1865 Grasmere.
Carolyn Hay, a January 195b
Shew graduate is enrolled In 8t.
Luke’s Hospital School of Nurs
ing. During the first year all
academic course* are taken at
Western Reserve University, with
nurses’ arts courses taught at the
hospital. Carolyn is a member of
the Nurses’ Chorus and is active
in class activities. She will spend
the holiday weekend with her
mother, Mrs. Olive Hartwood of
Hartwood rd.
For Advertising
Call GLenville I-43S3
rnran
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Day or Night
S. H. JOHNSTON KE. 1-3800
12
AML
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Ouhfendinf veluei la
famous-name watehes fee
monl Handsome stylos.
Boaullfutly-doslfnod
watehos for her Chrlsfmesl
A big array of volvosl
Walter F. Meyer
DIAMONDS and FINE JEWELRY
12509 St. Clair Avenas
Open Every Evening Except Wednesday
SANTA'S HERE ALL DAY
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
18" BABY DOLL
Such fun to curl her SARAN hair
and change her lovely OQ QQ
pique drew. Reg. $6.99
HI-KIDS, No School Friday!
BOSTON CHAIN STORE'S GREATEST VALUE IN TOYS
LEE P. KLOSS
PO.
1-8884
LEWIS BRANCAE
GL. 1-0321
FRANCIS SHERMAN
RE. 2-8181
RE. 1-7178
JOSEYHmi H. HAU
18" TRICYCLE
idly built, Indian red enameled
HAIN
LAIR
SANTA HAS A FREE GIFT
For All Children Accompanied By
Their Parents
Thursday, November M, 1953
4 RIGHTYOURLose
DRIVETO
IpON’T
New elate Safoty-Renponalbillty Law new In effects S
you hove an sreeident yen may have to prove financial
reeponelbillty
«, ,u.m.
12732
St. Clair Avs
Cleveland
15133
Euclid Avs
13197
Euclid Ave
21935
Lake Shors Blvd.
Euclid
Farm Bureau Mutual Automabile Ins. Co
Homo Office Columbus, Ohio
ASSOCIATED WITH
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL Fill INSURANCE COMPANY
FARM BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
MAX SCHWEBEL
PO. 14111
BURTON W. CARLSON
GL 1-2221
DEL CRAIG
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RE. 1-2440
HOBBIT F. CARROLL
Desk and Chair Sets
Famous make. Has roll top, 3 draw
ers maple finish. £0 A QC an^
A real beauty ... up
_____
RE
Time to Buy!
Use Our
Deposit Will
Mold Any Toy
Till
Christmas!

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