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Thursday, November 26, 1958
Union Thanksgiving Service
Wednesday, November 25th, 8:00 P. M.
Churchey of East Cleveland and nearby Cleveland Heights
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9 A. M. an* 11 A. M.
Sermon Subject: "THE LIFE OF LOVE"
11 A. M., Church School 7 P. M., Youth Meeting
Week Day Nursery School 1 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
For Advertising Call Glenville 1-4383
The Memorial Auto Livery Co
13810 Orinoco Avenue East Cleveland
was purchased March 1, 1953 and
is solely owned and operated by
MR. ROBERT HESS
The Memorial Auto Livery Co. will not be responsible for
any bills contracted by anyone other than Mr. Robert Hess.
MRS. BERT BALL MBS. EDWARD LUTSKO
Your Money Works for You!
Current DIVIDEND RATE on SAVINGS
with accounts INSURED up to $10,000
Deposits Made Up To the 10th of the
Month Ecan Interest from the 1st!
EAST CLEVELAND SAVINGS
How
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A musicale will mark the Thurs
day, December 3rd meeting of the
Woman’s Bible Society of Win
dermere Presbyterian Church, the
program beginning at 8 o’clock.
Mrs. William Evans and Mrs. C.
A. Ebenhack will play piano duets
and Mrs. W. A. Winton will sing,
the selections being in keeping
with the pre-Christmas season.
Chairman for the evening is Mrs.
W. E. Stein.
Sunday, November 29th, the Rev.
W. E. Towner of the East Cleve
land Baptist Church will use “God
With Us” for his topic at the morn
ing Worship Service at 11:00 a. m.
This Sunday will be “Go to
Church” Sunday for Job’s Daugh
ters, Bethel No. 17 of East Cleve
land, Ohio. Miss Barbara Hall is
the honored queen.
December 1st is the Christmas
meeting of the Woman’s Society.
Mrs. F. A. Pfeifer will give the
St. James
Lutheran Church
(United Lutheran Church in America)
1424 Hayden Ave.
ROBERT BARKLEY, Pastor
Church School: 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service: 10:45 A.M.
Holy Communion let Sunday in
each month (October May)
Nursery and Child Caro during
Services
WE INVITE YOU TO COME!
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1898
THE BEAUTIFUL EDWARDS FUNERAL HOME AT 4 13145 EUCLID AVENUE
Yew Family
Church
in th. Heart et
East Cleveland
9:30—Church
Scheel
Nvnary Cara
During Church
11:00—Morning
Wonhip
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
PAINTING THE
CHRISTMAS PICTURE
1. "Knuckleheads On Our
Christmas Picture"
Rev. I. Franklin McHendry
To command the service of a funeral director
and his staff for several days, to have the use
of his rolling stock, to make full use of his
funeral home and all its facilities how much
money do you expect to pay?
The chances are that you would answer that
question with a figure considerably higher than
it is necessary to pay for our service. While it
is true that we do serve families who have no
need and no desire to consider cost, it is just as
true that we have the pleasure of serving many
to whom cost is a matter of prime importance.
We are proud to say that regardless of how
much or how little one elects to pay for our
service, there is not the slightest difference in
the quality of the service rendered.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
The 190 letter carriers of the
five branch post offices in this east
side area are joining with the
thousands of others carriers the
country over in a volunteer collec
tion of funds for the Muscular
Dystrophy drive opening Thanks
giving Eve.
mediation. The program, ‘‘Christ
mas Worship in Song”, led by
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Towner. There
will also be dedication of gifts for
White Cross of State Hospital.
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
JOHN W. GROHNE, Pastox
Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service 10:45 AM
Nursery for Pre-Schoolers
A.’
Letter Carriers Are Volunteers
&
Each postoffice branch has
own drive chairman. Martin
Tylek, secretary Forest City
Branch No. 40 National .Associa
tion of Letter Carriers met the
five area branch chairmen at Col
linwood Postoffice where he read
to them the letter from Post Mas
ter General Arthur Summerfield,
Honorary Chairman of the
Carriers’ participation.
its
J.
Letter
Jones,
Zeller,
Left to right are: Elias
Shore branch, Euclid Don
East Cleveland Mr. Tylek, Gabriel
Longo, Collinwood Branch and
Mulrenen, Beachwood Branch. Ab
sent is Kenneth Poe, Chardon rd.
Branch, Euclid.
Forest City Branch President
Nelson E. Sundermeier, heads up
the Greater Cleveland campaign.
Through the regular mail resi
dents will receive an envelope into
which they are asked to place their
contribution. This envelope is to
be put into their own mail box
from where it will be picked up by
the letter carriers in a special col
lection on Monday, November 30th,
following their usual morning mail
delivery.
The national drive opens Thanks
giving Eve with a coast to coast
television show over the ABC net
work. Speakers on the show will
be Postmaster General Summer
field and William C. Doherty, pres
ident of the National Association
of Letter Carriers.
Funds collected in the drive will
ba used to 'and research in the
mystery ma.—y, Muscular Distro
phy for which, as yet, science
knows no cause or cure. Also to be
aided are the more than 200,000
persons of which 30,000 are chil
dren, suffering with the disease.
In accepting the honorary post,
Mr. Summerfield pointed out that,
over and above their every day
hard working tasks, letter car
riers have been foremost in volun
teering their services and time to
many worthy health and welfare
causes.
“A letter carrier on his daily
rounds is witness to the joys and
sorrows of those he serves”, the
Postmaster General said. “He sees
School Holiday
Publie and parochial schools of
the city will enjoy a Thanksgiving
holiday, no classes being held on
the day of Thanksgiving on the
Friday following.
Since Shaw High School build
ing will be closed those two days,
all outside pool and gym classes
are also cancelled for the period.
Many instructors will be leaving
the city to enjoy the day with
homefolks.
WE ANSWER
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In Your Name In Our Office
Call MU 1-4064
EAST CLEVELAND TELEPHONE
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IRON FIREMAN
BURNERS FURNACES IOUERS
HEILMAN
FURNACE CO.
750 But 152nd St GL 1-9063
the normal, healthy child run and
play. Then he is faced with the
tragic contrast of another child,
wheelbound, a victim of Muscular
Dystrophy.
“Once again it is shown that
the letter carrier will not devoice
themselves from their responsi
bilities and obligation to their
community, state and nation.”
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Hope Lutheran Church
2222 Taylor Road
FA 1-1812
O? G. Groteiend, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service 10:45 A.M.
Thanksgiving Eve Service
Wed., Nov. 25th, 8 P. M.
ADVENT SERVICE
Wednesday. December 2, 8 P.M.
BETTY GRIMES
Lumber Specials
Regular 12e
White Pine Sheathing QI
Opening Special.. .sq. ft.
Regular 72c
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Shopping
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Inch
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Inch
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November 28 to
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To apply on the purchase of materials for a garage to
finiah your attic recreation room for Home Repairs
or Remodeling.
Tools For the Homo
Workshop
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Reg. $4.95 Magnetized per set
Screwdrivers QO
Opening Special ..
Regular $2.25 Each
Claw Hammer I NQ
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