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Thursday, December 2, 1954
Fill Your
Christmas
Stockings with
Lovely Things
For The Hamel
Highest Quality
e
I
DISCOUNT
Is Our Policy!
We
Charcoal All-Wool
SUITS
$55.00
Will Sell Furniture, Television,
Appliances, Carpeting, Etc. To All at the
Best Discount Ever!
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
LEFF FURNITURE CO
12505 SUPERIOR AVENUE GLenville 1-4298
MOTORS for SALE
Rebuilt and GUARANTEED 1 Year
e Rebuilt Electric Motors for Washers, Furnaces, Over
head Heaters, Jet Pumps, De.
e Capacitor Start Motors for Hard-to-Start Jobs
o HP Split Phase—$10.50 and up
1/6 1/5 1/4 HP Cap Start—$14.00 and up.
o ¥a -1 ll/2 2 and 3 HP in Single Phase and 3-Phase.
Delco and Hoover New and Used Motors.
Delco Hobby Shop Motors
with Off and On Switch, Cor dand Plug
1 NV We Rebuild Electric Motors V
K Also Rewind 3-Phase Motors K K
George Baumgardner
11610 SUPERIOR AVENUE RAndolph 1*0958
LAMPS
SHADES
TABLES
PICTURES
HUMMEL FIGURINES
CENTERPIECE SETS
SHADOW BOXES
CANDLESTICKS
and HOLDERS
BRASS WALL PLAQUES
RU
CQQ A£
Value............... VVV’VV
Charcoal All-Wool
TOPCOATS
$59.00
Value
1
I
TROUSERS
Charcoal Flannel in
Beautiful Shade* of
Brown. Light Blue, Gray!
100% Wool MA QE
Import
All Colors
V
Gorgeous
Asst TIES
up
Big Selection
DEAN MARTIN
or PERRY COMO
SPORT SHIRTS
RAa
SOCKS
Remember I You Get
ANGEL'S
The Christmas Gift Store
AU Gifts Of Beauty For The Home Many More Too Numerous To .List!
Feel Free and Welcome To Come In and Browse Around!
A N I
FA HULL
Christmas with
Gabardine
MA QE
Marty's Extra Special
SWANK BILLFOLDS
HALF PRICE! Eft
35 Value for
WeddfagA
Bezik-Hunchuck
—1 **440 by Jotui JxubacKi
St. Peter and Paul Church was
the scene of the wedding on Satur
day, November 20th of Pauline
Hunchuck, daughter of Mr. find
Mrs. Martin Hunchuck, 1689 Elber
on ave., and Peter Bezik, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maxim Bezik, 18701
Fairway dr.
Given in marriage by her broth
er, Martin Hunchuck, the bride
wore a Chantilly lace and nylon
tulle gown over satin, with the
nylon tule extending into pleats
below the waistline. Her beaded
crown held her finger-tip veil and
she carried stephanotis and white
orchids on a prayer book.
Katherine Blasko attended the
Make
Your
Christmas Package 1
Gift Of Beauty For
The Home and The
Homemaker/
TRIVETS IN BRASS
or BLACK IRON
PLANTERS
BELLS OF SARNIA
SALAD SETS
BLENKO HAND CRAFT
COLORED GLASS
CLOCKS
EVERLAST ALUMINUM
WASTE BASKETS
MAGAZINE RACKS
FURNITURE and GIFTS
1432 HAYDEN AVENUE Mar SHAW AVENUE
Plenty of It ... LOWER Prices •. All Sizes and Colors
SPORT JACKETS
Quilted SQ AC
$16.95 Value Up
SPORT SHIRTS
Oft QE
$4.50 Value ediOv
FLANNEL SHIRTS
Beautiful Plaid* and
CO Qle
Solid*. 33.95 Value
Shorts and T-Shirts
Popular 3 lor
Branch UBG 32.05
WOOL
SHIRTS
$5.95.,
QfcsUU
WHITESHIRTS
By Van Heusen in
White and PA
Pastels 9V up
Guaranteed Collar! Will Not Cur!
up
All Sizes UUV
MEN'S JEWELRY
by SWANK!
JU! Kinds- Big Stock Low Prices
LOW PRICES
Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Including Wednesday
FREE Gift Wrapping
EAGLE STAMPS with EVERY PURCHASEI
MEN'S WEAR
Your Neighborhood Haberdashery —.MJUiTT ASTON, Prop.
13853 Euclid, opposite St. Philomena's School
VoYS
The Sportsmen’s Store!
1395 Hayden, corner of Shaw Ave.
Gifts for the Home
Hobby Equipment
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
CugagementA
bride as maid of honor and Elaine
Frampton as bridesmaid. The
bridegroom had his brother, Steve
Bezik, as best man and the bride’s
brother, Frank Hunchuck, as usher.
Following the reception at the
home of the bride’s parents the
couple left for a trip to Niagara
Falls.
at
They will make their home
1809 Hayden ave.
Goetz-Novinc
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Goetz,
1881 Grantham rd., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Daneen to Thomas A. Novinc, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Novinc,
19310 Muskoka ave.
Both are graduates of Collin
wood High and Mr. Novinc is now
attending Fenn College.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
CkurckeA
The Hayden Avenue Baptist
Church invites the public to at
tend their services. The Bible
Study hour at 9:45 with classes
for all ages gives opportunity to
hear and ask questions concerning
the Word of God.
At 11 o’clock, Rev. Donald B.
Woodby will speak on the subject,
“Laborers Together with God.”
The message at 7:45 p. m. will be
“The Appeal of God Through
Judgment.”
Other services include Prayer
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
Church Service, 10:45 A.M.
Robert H. SecriaL Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Church
Established 1196
Your Family
Church
in fhu Heart ot
East Cleveland
**.30—Church
School
Nureoi y Caro
Ourine Church
11:00—Mamins
Warthin
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Sermon Subject:
Assorted Christmas Stories
2.—"From A Little Town"
Rev. I. Franklin McHendry
St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
15837 EUCUD AVE.
East Cleveland, Ohio
HOLY COMMUNION
8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.
REV. LAURENCE H. HAU, Rector
Special Services on Religion and
Health 1st and 3rd Wednesday,
10:30 A.M.
2nd and 4th Wednesday. 7:30 PM
Conducted by
DR. ANDREW S. GIU
meeting on Wednesday, Baptist
Youth Fellowship on Sunday at
6:45 p. m. Every one is welcome
at the church with a warm wel
come and an open Bible.
The choir of Windermere Moth
odist Church is presenting music
by Felix Mendelssohn, Sunday, De
cember 5th, at the regular morn
ing church service at 10:45 a. m.
The vocal numbers will be from
the oratorio, Elijah.
Grace Toy Davidson is Director
of Music and Doris DePaola is
the Organist. Singers include
Frieda Hempel Corcoran, soprano
Kay Glenwright DeWitt, contralto
Lawrence Melick, tenor David
Hershberger, baritone and a Chan
cel Choir of thirty voices.
An advent topic, “The Hope of
Israel,” will be the sermon of
Rev. Roscoe J. Varble at the 10:45
a. m. worship service next Sunday
at the Phillips Avenue Presbyter
ian Church, East 125th st. at
Phillips ave.
Mr. Wilfred Cheetham will
serve as reader as the junior and
senior choirs combined present an
arrangement of the Twenty-fourth
Psalm by Shields. Miss Marcia
Myers will sing a solo “Just for
Today”, by Searer.
The Women’s Missionary Society
of Hope Lutheran Church, 2222
Taylor rd. will meet Thursday
afternoon, December 9th at 2
o’clock in the Church Parish Hall.
Mrs. Bertha Mautz will speak on
“Heaven is My Home.”
Many people are now observing
the Advent season as the begin
ning of their church year. In
keeping with this season of prep
aration for the coming of the
Christ Child Rev. Earle C. Hoch
wald, minister of East Congrega
tional Church is preaching a series
of sermons on the theme “Prepare
for His Coming”. The second in
the series “By Taking A Stand”
will be preached at the 9:30 and
11:00 a.m. services Sunday, Decem
ber 5th. 7 fie third and concluding
one “By Dreaming a Dream’ will
be given at the Sunday, December
12th two morning services.
Philathea Circle of First Pres
byterian Church is having its
annual Christmas party Thursday,
December 9th at the home of Mrs.
A. W. Kay, 13613 Claiborne rd.
Assisting in the preparations are
Mrs. H. D. Howarth, Mrs. James
McKie and Mrs. G. S. Mosher.
Mrs Mabel Smith will present the
program “Music from Bible
Times.”
With Christmas so near, and
with so many to be remembered,
two groups of the East Cleveland
Baptist Church are turning their
thoughts to Christmas morning ...
and others. Friday evening, Decem
ber 3rd the Philatheas will get
together in the Latta Room to pre
pare the Christmas remembrances
for patients at State Hospital.
On Wednesday evening, next,
the Evening Circle will have “gift
wrapping” Christmas party high
lighted with a Love Gift Offering.
Miss Jane Gibbs will be the devo
tional leader and Miss Kathryn
Doyle and Miss Margaret Doyle
will serve as hostesses.
Young adults of the church are
St. James
Lutheran Church
(United Lutheran Church tn America!
1424 Hayden Ave.
ROBERT BARKLEY. Pastor
Church School: 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service: 10:45 AJA.
Nursery and Child Care during
Services
WE INVITE YOU TO COMEI
New Apostolic Church
EAST CLEVELAND BRANCH
(One of 4,000 Branches)
EXTENDS A CORDIAL
INVITATION TO ATTEND ITS
SUNDAY SCHOOL and
BIBLE CLASSES—9:00 A. M.
Sunday Service—10:15 A. M.
At The
AMERICAN LEGION HALL
15544 Euclid Ave.
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Pago
Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M.
ADVENT SERIES Prepare For His Coming
No. 2—"By Taking A Stand".
Nursery School—Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 to 11:30 A.M.
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
CLEVELAND. OHIO AU ARE WELCOME
1931 East 105th Street comer of Chester Avenue
Subject
"God. The Only Cause and Creator"
Sunday Service 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 AJA.
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting 8 PM.
Free parking available at Euclid 105th St. Market Parking Lot
Joseph J. Eckert Hardware
(FORMERLY WUERTZ HDWE.)
OPEN EVENINGS
Fishing and Hunting Equipment Sporting Goods Tools and
Small Electric Applhmees (WHY GO DOWNTOWN?) and W.
meeting at the parsonage Sunday
at 8 p.m.
Calvary Lutheran’s Women of
the Church evening group will
meet Tuesday, December 7th at
6:30 p.m., starting with a turkey
dinner followed by a devotional
period. The Cleveland Public
Library will present two
after which the women will
on their project.
films
work
meet
at
The daytime groups will
Wednesday, December 8th
11:00 a.m. The topic will be
“Christ Is Born Again”. Luncheon
will be served at 12 noon followed
by a business meeting.
At 2:00 p.m. the program
“Christmas Decorations and Ideas”
will be given by Mrs. Elsie Ahrens
who will demonstrate how to dec
orate your table and rooms for
the holidays.
Mrs. Ahren’s gave the Easter
program this past year. She is
well qualified as she is a National
Accredited Flower Show Judge and
has won a prize for a flower ar
rangement which was pictured in
the Sunday Plain Dealer.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend.
The next meeting of the Wo
men’s Society of Christian Service
of Windermere Methodist Church
will be held on Wednesday, De
cember Sth. Business meeting at
10:45 a.m. with the noon Devotions
in Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Wilbur
Lawrence will give a Christmas
Meditation on the Subject of
“Mary”, based on the book, “The
•Master Calls for Thee”.
Luncheon will be served at 12:45
p.m. by Circle 4, Mrs. Geo. Rine
hart, chairman. For the Christ
mas program there will be special
Christmas music. Mrs. E. 0. Tres
cott will give a Christmas Story.
The Bake sale will be sponsored
by Circle 6, Mrs. L. R. Kiplinger,
Chairman. Children will be cared
for.
Please Note: The January meet
ing of the WSCS of Windermere
Methodist Church will be on Jan
uary 12th at 7:5O. p.m.
Trinity Evangelical United
Brethren Church will hold their
annual Christmas Bazaar Friday
evening. Boothes, open from 5 to
10 p. m., will feature Needlework
Pennsylvania DttVc household
items, baked goods, home-made
candy, an old fashioned country
store, and a Christmas surprise
package table of moderately priced
items.
The dinner with choice of ham
or fish will be served from 5:30
to 7 p. m.
The Women’s Society of World
Service of Trinity E.U.B. Church
will meet at the church Tuesday
at 2 p. m. Mrs. Dorothy Peterson
is the leader and Mrs. Rose Car
roll is the hostess.
The Junior Hi Youth Fellowship,
is planning a hayride for Decem
ber 10th. Reservations are to be
made immediately with Patty Gas
ton or left at the church
office.
from a
in Ger-
A skeleton unearthed
Neolithic burial ground
many showed that TB of the spine
afflicted man some 6,000 years
ago. Today final victory over TB
is in sight. Help the fight. Buy
and use Christmas Seals.
says
Here’s where
-you can get
mg‘favorite
shoes
^Poll ■SPai'roH
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BAUMGARTEN'S
Family Shoe Store
1427 Hayden GL. 1-8516
WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
io.
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Portrait Sittings
Mad. THIS WEEK
Will Be Finished In
Time For
Christmas!
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Call Today For An Appointment
GLenville 1-0984
Open Tues. & Thur*. Evenings
REMEMBER,
The Christmas Store!
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The Courtesy of an Account Is Yours for the Asking!
George Melson
Dependable for 34 Years!
NOT AS LATE AS YOU THINK
Still time to Insulate the Attic, Repair or
Renew the Roof, Install Storm Sash
Keep out the Cold and Save on your
Fuel Bill.
DROP IN—LET US HELP YOU PLAN
NO OBLIGATION
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Monday Thru Friday, 8 A. M. to 4:30 P. Mm Saturday 12 Noon
1702 Shaw Avenue
GLenville 1-4797
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