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Dr. C. T. Downer
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wishes to
ANNOUNCE
That Beginning July 1st. He Will Close His Downtown
Office, and Devote His Entire Time To His
Office At
BOB East 185th Street
Hours Every Day, 10 A.M. to 5 P.M,
Wednesday, 10 A.M. to 12 Noon
Evening Hours As Before
Monday. Tuesday and Friday, 6:30 P.M. to 9 P.M.
LAKE ERIE FISHING
NIGHTLY e SATURDAY e SUNDAY
7 30 P. M. 7 P. M. 1 P. M. 7 P.M.
Extra Trips on Holiday Weekends
FOR INFORMATION PHONE AKRON
H. A. HUNT OV. 8-3783
2934 Berger Ave., R.D. 1 Cuyahoga Falls
Boat Stationed at Grand River O.. Fairport Harbor,
Langdon’s Landing, Coast Guard Station
MRS. RUTH RAINGER MRS. ROBERT H. JAMIESON
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
DELIVERS
HMMrietpag
NEW BOAT
II I* MODERNLY
dSS5S5SSS55SS5SS^^^B»»**» 40 PASSENGERS
equipped
SPECIAL!
Chicken Size
LIVE LOBSTER
89C
Each
Complete Selection Of
FRESH CAUGHT
Lake Erie Fish
Wholesale Prices to BMlaurautu. Taverns. Factories and Institutions
EUCLID FISH CO.
18601 Abby Avenue at East 185th Street
OPEN ALL DRY EVERY WEDNESDAY
John J. Cornelia. Prop. KEnmore 1-6448
720 EAST 152nd ST.
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&
BIG WASHINGS!
BIG SAVINGS!
PERSONALS
Items for this column, person
als, summer outings, guests,
luncheons and shower parties,
may be sent to Elsa C. Berg,
14600 Euclid ave., or telephoned
to PO. 1-3378. While the dead
line is Tuesday at 5, it is appre
ciated when these items are
received no later than Monday.
In honor of their fifteenth wed
ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs.
“Cappy” Ricks entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Nolff to dinner at
their home, The Diamond Ranch,
Moreland Hills Village.
Mrs. Ricks is able to be in the
record shop a few days a week,
following her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Faulds of
Coit rd. report the golfing and
fishing fine at Oscoda, Michigan,
•where they are visiting their son
in-law and daughter, Lieut, and
Mrs. J. Kimbrough. Lieut. Kim
brough is stationed at the Air
Force Base near there.
Alice Stevens Walter will pre
sent her piano students in a Re
cital at her home, 15864 Glynn
rd. on Thursday evening, June
24th at eight o’clock. Students
taking part in the program are
Charles Alexander, John Alex
ander, Chris Bedford, Kathleen
Forristal, Nina Grotefend, Nancy
Hazelett, Virginia Hazelett, Gary
Hutchins, Beverly Jones, Lewis
Jones, Pam Juergens, Peter Kozak,
wise
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Bill Morris, Sally Raudenbaugh,
Christine Smolen, Elizabeth Wal
ter, Roberta Walter, Stephen Web
ster, and Carolyn Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dunn
and family of Hazel rd. left Mon
day morning for their summer cab
in at Matawatchan, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weis are
now located in their new home,
4378 West Anderson rd. However,
they plan to continue their inter
ests here where Mr. Weis is an
Auxiliary and Police Associates
member, Mrs. Weis is on the
executive board of Shaw PTA and
Bob, is a student at Shaw. Mrs.
Weis is also superintendent of
the Calvary Lutheran Church
School Primary Department.
Miss Marie Davis of 15800 Eu
clid ave. and Miss Elinor Stofer
of Page ave. left last evening for
New York City where they sail
Friday on the United States for
a summer on the continent and
the British Isles. Both are teach
ers in the Euclid Public Schools.
The daughter born on June 12th
to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Truden,
ULster 1-252S
13602 Claiborne rd. has been
named Andrea Jean.Truden.
Miss Alice Surrell spent last
weekend in Dayton, Ohio, where
she was an attendant at the mar
riage of Miss Nancy Lego to Mr.
Frank D. Maurer. Nancy and Alice
During the reception at Vets
are Kappa Delta Sorority sisters
at Bowling Green State Univer
sity.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Sharp, 3415 Hartwood rd., an
nounce the birth of a third daugh
ter, Janet Elaine, on June 9th.
Mrs. Sharp is the former Norine
Wines, of Shaw class of 1940.
Miss Lois Radomsky has been
chosen as her chapter’s official
delegate to the 40th General Con
vention of Alpha Phi, college fra
ternity for women, which will be
held at the Empress Hotel, Vic
toria, British Columbia June 27
through July 2. Miss Radomsky
will be a senior next year at
Bowling Green State University.
She is president of her Alpha Phi
chapter and has taken part in
many other campus activities in
cluding President of Association
Women Students, Cap and Gown,
(women’s honorary, and Kappa
Delta Phi. Her parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd H. Radomsky of
1236 East 124nd st.
Jay Parrish is convalescing at
his home, 12921 Euclid ave., after
undergoing major surgery at Hu
ron Road Hospital.
County Engineer Albert S.
Porter is speaking at today’s
meeting of the High Twelve Club
of East Cleveland. The club meets
at Lake Shore Country Club, Lake
East Cleveland Leader
A Newspaper of General Circulation
tn Cuyahoga County
Established 1942
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers of
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL 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
FOSTER HOMES
NEEDED
Families needed to care for chil
dren supervised bv the Division of
Child Welfare. County Welfare
Dept. urgent need for pre-school
and adolescent children. This agency
pays board, provides clothing and
medical care. These children are
not for adoption. Applicants must
meet agency standards and provide
references.
CALL OR WRITE
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Scout News
CUB PACK 216
Cubmaster Gleason of pack 216,
St Paul’a Episcopal Church,
opened Monday evening’s meeting
with initiation of three new mem
bers. A super jet paper air plane
contest was held to see who could
pilot their craft the farthest. The
boys adjourned to the church park
ing lot where they released helium
filled balloons. In case the Man
from Mars should find one of these
48 self-addressed ticketed balloons,
cub pack 216 will be very glad to
hear from him. The boy whose
balloon travels the greatest dis
tance will receive a prize.
Moms and Dads—don’t forget
the picnic on July 11th!
CUB SCOUTS
PACK 86
Thank you for the wonderful
packages you and your friends
gave to the Parcel Post Sale Fri
day, June 18. It was a big suc
cess. Sorry that some people
were disappointed but packages
went so fast we could not get
enough of them.
Saturday, June 19 we had a
Fishing Party at Crystal Lake.
One boy got so excited when he
caught a fish that he fell in the
lake. After fishing the boys
settled down to hot dogs and pop.
Dad had a wonderful time too. And
they caught fish.
Pack meeting Friday, June 25
at 7 p. m. east of White City at
East 140th and Lake Shore blvd.
Enjoy the evening on the spacious
green lawn. Fun for everybody.
Shore at Eddy rd. Among other
things he will discuss the new
Ohio turnpike.
PUPIL RECITAL
Grace Toy Davidson will present
some of her pupils in a recital in
Stroup Hall of Windermere Meth
odist Church Tuesday evening,
June 29, at eight o’clock. The pub
lic is cordially invited.
Those participating are: Carol
Bandy, David Carpenter, Toni
Daugherty, Marion Dole Davis,
Carol Downing, Leslie Farns
worth, Gordon Kalina, Kathy
Regal, Helene Rettger, Lucille
Saunway, Miriam Stricter, Lois
Sturtevant, Jane Wesley, Elvera
Wintner and Marcia Wintner.
Embarking on a pleasure trip to
Europe is Dr. Donald D. Miller of
1751 Wymore ave. He flew to New
York from Cleveland, Tuesday,
June 22nd, and then changed to the
Idlewild International Airport in
New York.
Dr. Miller will land in London
and begin a tour of the British
Isles. He will also attend an in
ternational dentist convention in
Paris, France. All in all, Dr. Miller
will tour nine countries, including
Germany, Switzerland, Austria,
Italy, France, England, Scotland,
Ireland and the Netherlands. The
doctor, who is the son of Mrs.
Douglas Manning of Wymore ave.,
will return sometime in August.
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FREE PARKING
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