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•t 4, J&JWf 2^*$Z C.-l Dr. Warren E. Herbert CHIROPODIST Announces the Opening of His Office For the Practice of Chiropody EUCLID-GREEN MEDICAL CENTER 18235 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland 12, Ohio Telephone IVanhoe 1*4048 Wo Specialize la AU the VERY NEWEST ^atkiont including the Adorable New Short Styles That Reveal the tbeUln. Special For October: Reg. $15 Double Lanolin Permanent only $10.50 DORN'S HAIR SHOPPE AU Beauty Services Including Bleaching and Tinting 13745 EUCLID AVE. AT EDDY RD. Ay QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES MRS. P. CHOLOWICn ORKS FOR BETTER COMMUNITY HEALTH i f. 8a»#. -yi-,-• ,.x 2 ikZ’’ 2??$. NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK You Can Depend On Your Neighborhood Druggist The scrap of paper that the doctor gives us is our "ticket to good health" and we accept the medication from our "Corner Scientist" (the drug gist) with little or no thought as to where he got the medicine, what he had to do or what he had to know to accurately conform to the wishes of the physician. The fact is that your druggist’ knowledge is the result of five years of intensive university train ing and constant study every day to keep abreast of developments. More than 500 new drugs are introduced an nually, plus the thousands of older drugs for which there is constant demand. Your pharma cist carries all these in a vast and costly inven tory. He has thousands of dollars tied up at all times. Above all they must be fresh, and he must know which of these drugs will combine with others to give you the medication your physician prescribes. It is all a complicated science and your druggist is your "Corner Scientist." You can depend on him. DAVIDSON Prescription Pharmacy !N EAST CLEVELAND MEDICAL CENTER 1831 Forest Hills Blvd. PO. 1-2200 FREE DELIVERY Large Free Parking Area We will LI. 1-4424 MRS. ELLIOT Q. ADAMS ISSillS r&K .if. I 'rf ■W‘^*u” Ml A/, v $ P. T. A. News Taking over the helm art Kirk PTA this year is Sterling S. Park er, 14811 Elm ave. Mr. Parker enters on his duties as president with experience and background gained in PTA work. Dr. L. L. Myers, principal is the Honorary Vice President and other officers for this active unit are: KIR KPTA BOARD 1954-55 President, Sterling S. Parker Hon. Vice President, Dr. L. L. Myers. Vice President, Budd G. An drews Treasurer, Dr. William E. Morris Recording Secretary, Mrs. F. G. Glick Coresponding Secre tary, Mrs. Howard McCamey His torian, Mrs. C. G. Weeks Faculty Representative, Miss Marita Brick er Immediate Past President, E. Dana Brooks. Responsibilities of Committee Chairmenship are: Board of Education, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jenkins Hospi tality, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Taylor Legislation, Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond 0. Yaxley Membership, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Elconin Movies, Mr. and Mrs. D. William Graves Parent-Student Activities, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wallace Program, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon D. Clark Publicity, Mr. and Mrs. George 0. Window Washing Storm Window and Scroon Sorvico Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned HOUSE CLEANING Fully Insured VETERANS CLEANING 12700 Superior Ave. GL. 1-7482 GL 1-2757 Evening LL 1-8447 Get Your Poll^ Parrot We want you to fry Wise Potato Chips. We know you’ll en/oy them! To convince you that they're the finest potato chips made, you get your first 25 package of Wise Potato Chips FREE! Just mail tho empty 251 package with your name and address and name and address of your grocer to: Wiso Potato Chip Co., Dept. C, Berwick, Penna. We will im mediately refund the full purchase price of 25^ plus tho 3$ postage you paid for mailing the empty package to us. (Limited to one free package to a customer.) Offer ends November 15, 1954. ___ UJ____________ SHOES FOI ytOYS AND DIBLS and Official Boy Scout Shoes by the Makers of RAND Shoes for Men at BAUMGARTENS Family Shoa Store 1427 Hayden GL 1-8516 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Gould Radio & TV, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Niess Recreation? Dr. and Mrs. John Culver Room Mothers, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Jones Social, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Broer Ways and Means, Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Swift Wel fare, Rev. and Mrs. Earle C. Hoch wald. KIRK ROOM MOTHERS INVITED TO TEA A tea for the Room Mothers at W. Kirk Jr. High school is being held at the school on Wednesday afternoon, October Sth. PROSPECT PLANS OPEN HOUSE The first meeting of the Pros pect School PTA will be an open house for parents and teachers— no children— to be held at the school, Wednesday evening, Octo ber Sth at 8 p. m. Parents will visit their children’s classrooms where they will become acquainted with the teacher and her school program for the year. Later in the evening everyone will assemble in the auditorium to hear the principal, Mr. E. M. Pres ton, talk on “What Prospect School Means to You.” A social hour will follow. The PTA hopes every parent will take this opportunity to become better acquainted with his child’s school and teacher by being present at this open house. CALEDONIA Announcement of the Room Mothers and Room Hostesses at Caledonia School completes the or ganization plans for the coming school year. Room Mothers,’ Hostesses 1954-1955 Kindergarten Room Mothers: Mrs. Frank C. Andrews, Mrs. John F. Crysler, Mrs. Roy G. Harley Room Hostesses: Mrs. Thomas Hogen, Mrs. Myron Evans, Mrs. W. A. Pearse, jr. IB Room Mothers: Mrs. John Chapman, 1093 Hereford rd. Mrs. G. B. Richardson, 3383 Henderson rd. Mrs. R. F. Pattie, 3387 Hart wood rd. IB Room. Hostesses Mrs. James Duff, 860 Selwyn rd. Mrs. Richard C. Cobbe, jr., 911 Helms dale rd. Mrs. William Rice, 993 Nelaview rd. 2B—Room Mothers: Mrs. Chas. G. Hamilton, 16180 Glynn rd. Mrs. Henry Mazzolini, 2109 Taylor rd. Mrs. William Kerr, 983 Nelaview rd. 2B Room Hostesses: Mrs. R. W. Fuller, 936 Selwyn rd. Mrs. Donald Glynn, 942 Caledonia ave. Mrs. F. M. Griffith, 2021 Taylor rd. 3B—Room Mothers: Mrs. Donald Paul, 16308 Greyton rd. Mrs. Jackson Quayle, 919 Caledonia ave. Mrs. Harry Dennis, 3353 Sylvanhurst rd. 20 FREE Tickets Yon can get a pair of compli mentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ads in this paper. There are ten names in ten ads scattered through the paper. If you find your name, just clip the ad and take it to the Shaw Hayden Theatre and you’ll get two free tickets. Tonight, Fri. and Sat. nights, see “Knock On Wood.” Sat. Kiddy Mat.: “Knock On Wood,” plus 4 cartoons and serial. Sun., Mon., Tues, in CINE MASCOPE: “GARDEN OF EVIL.” Next Wed.: “Riding Shotgun." Check all the ads and maybe yon’ll find your name. It 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. Your first 25 Package of Campus News There is rejoicing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Longo, 1845 Woodlawn. But this time son Corp. Anthony Longo is home or soon 3B Room Hostesses: Mrs. Samuel Greenblatt, 915 Ravine dr. Mrs. L. W. Scharschmidt, 8419 Thorne rd. Mrs. H. Nils Stickle, 3375 Hollister rd. 3A-4B Room Mothers: Mrs. Raymond Long, 953 Helmsdale rd. Mrs. David H. Senger, 3387 Lownesdale rd. 3A-4B Room Hostesses: Mrs.' Robert Niess, 1017 Selwyn rd. Mrs. George N. Kalkas, 1138 Brandon rd. 4A—Room Mother: Mrs. Audray Hazelett, 3356 Spangler rd. Room Hostess, Mrs. Carl Brelo, 1094 Rutherford rd. 5B—Room Mothers: Mrs. Chas. Cowles, 934 Dresden rd. Mrs. William Reed, 1009 Nelaview rd. 5B—Room Hostesses: Mrs. Ed ward M. deWindt, 8824 Chelsea dr. Mrs. F. D. Aldrich, 1054 Grey ton rd. 5A—Room Mother: Mrs. John Stewart, 16295 Oakhill rd. Room Hostess, Mrs. Fred Chorman, 1058 Greyton rd. 6B—Room Mother: Mrs. August Yurka, jr., 932 Nelaview dr. Room Hostess, Mrs. William Abbott, 3348 Chelsea dr. 6A—Room Mother: Mrs. James H. Hendricks, 867 Nelaview rd. Room Hostess, Mrs. Ann Wagner, 920 Dresden rd. NEW HATS FROM OLD AT CHAMBERS New and old members, and their friends, of Chambers School have a delightful treat in store for them, at the first PTA meet ing of the season, to be held on Thursday, October 7th, at 1:45 p.m., in the school Auditorium. Program Chairman, Mrs. W. C. Fielitz, has secured the services of Mrs. Ella Juhasz, teacher of mill inery with the Cleveland Board of Education, who will demonstrate the making of new hats from old ones. Mothersingers, under the direc tion of Mrs. Arthur Bevins, will sing and, as always, child care is provided for young children. Re freshments will be served. For those Mothers who wish to meet and talk with their children’s new teachers—movies have been provided for pupils at 3:30 p.m. A most cordial invitation is giv en to mothers of new students at Chambers to come and get acquaint ed and to enjoy this program. Bring your friends! UlRIIvU AT TAYLOR ROAD RIB END Large BOLOGNA ib. 49 Frosh Pork Butte Roast ib. 49 Fresh'. Small SPARERIBS 59 Fresh Frozen 70c Babbitts, Cut-up...........lb. v v Our Own Frosh I AA Ground Beef 0 lbs. I-VV Center Cat Rib Pork Chops ib. 79* Boneless Rolled RIB ROAST OF BEEF 89c ib. For Freezers K7l» Whole Pork Loin ... lb. VIU Homemade Country 70 A Italian Sausage...........lb. Ivv will be after 18 months in Trieste, Italy, where he served with the U. S. Infantry. In company with nine Juniors from DePauw University, Nancy Fenwick sailed from New York for Southampton, England from where the students will go to various col leges on the Continent for the coming year. Nancy, daughter of the James Fenwicks, will attend the University of Greenoble. The Fenwicks are members of First Presbyterian Church. Merner-Pfeiffer Hall, Baldwin Wallace College is the school home for Julie Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hatch. A majorette with the Shaw High School band for three weeks, Julie 'has been selected as a majorette at B-W and will march with the band this Sat urday in the first game of the season. With The Brownies Brownie Troop No. 576 have elected the following officers for this year: Nancy Barton, president Joanne Fugita, vice president Joan Fol lett, secretary Nancy Lattner, treasurer Mary Barton, friend ship chairman Kathleen Prouty, attendance chairman. This troop meets at Phillips Ave. Presbyterian Church and its Lead ers are Mrs. Peg Follett and Mrs. Geraldine Chamberlain. On a clear, bright Autumn day, what could be more fitting than a trip to the observation tower in Cleveland’s Union Terminal Build ing? That’s what the girls of Brownie Troop 402, of Prospect Neighborhood, did Saturday, Sep tember 25th. At 9:30 a. m. thgy boarded a New York Central train at the East Cleveland station destina tion downtown. Upon arrival, points of interest in the railroad terminal were visited and then the party was whisked by elevator to the tower. What thrilling sight to see the whole city spread out be low. After each Brownie had looked her fill in every direction, the group descended the tower to return home by bus. Mrs. R. M. Serota is leader and Mrs. George Collins co-leader of the troop. WATCH SERIES AT REALTOR’S Through the courtesy of a local appliance dealer, the Wm. T. Byrne Real Estate office, 1535 Hayden ave., will have a TV set i sailable for all their customers and friends to watch the World Series. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Wenrich, 1770 North Tay lor rd., a son, Robert Edward, September 13th. PCDIMA’Q 'Square Deal' 15522 Euclid FREE DELIVERY GL. 1-5800 ion orders of ss or over) We Are As Hear To You As Your Telephone No Crowds No Waiting Shop From Your Own Home In Comfort. SAVE on these WEEK-END SPECIALS Pork Loin Roast lb 33A Gold Band COFFEE 89« Mott's APPLESAUCE 8 ia” 99® Pure Granulated SUGAR 10 99c Pard DOG FOOD 8 can* 9^Fc* Campbell's PORK & BEANS cans 99c Sunsweet QQn Prune Joice ... O qt». Silver Bar O\ 00 A Peas......................V cans vvu Giant Tide .. ...box 69c Crisco.........3-lb. can 89c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES HERE ARE JUST A FEW: Thursday, September 80, Far Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383 v Super Market Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cogan, 1789 Hartshorn ave., a bool,* William Thomas jr., September 16th. 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Box 19c Crisp Eating Delicious APPLES 2 29 Birdseye Chicken Pot Pies Beef Pot Pies 3 89= Square Deal ICE CREAM 79« V2 ..i. Winner MARGARINE 2 ». 49 Donald Duck ORANGE JUICE 4 can* 99c Land 'O Lakes BUTTER 71« U.