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Thursday, December 8, 1864
up to I I WHITE'S CHIMES BAR FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10th JOE LUZAR and His Orchestra SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER Hth FRANK TUREK and His Orchestra Dancing From 10 P. M. to 2 A. M. 27121 Chardon, Route 6 Richmond Haights, Ohio TOYS /4 OFF TOYS 25% OFF SALE 25% OFF Warehouse Clearance INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTS WELCOME 13445 EUCLID al SUPERIOR WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK For Our PRE-INVENTORY SALE!! SAVE Aft/ You Can Bur Today at Inventory Prices Lake Erie Floor Covering Co. Opp. A & Parking Lot Open Tuesday and Friday Eves. Till 8:30 P.M. 12700 Shaw Avenue Ulster 1-2344 DISCOUNT Is Our Policy! We 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 For Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383 Chfi^tfna^ Wreath Special! DUM*el k\ wjMpl V w** °"floor0”’ 3U /o cse Priced at $3.95 COMPLETE mI LIT The tfitft HcuAe 17833 Euclid Avenue IVanhoe 1-4676 NO OTHER POTATO CHIPS CAN MATCH THE FRESH-MADE FLAVOR OF CRISPY-FRESH WtS€ POTATO CHIPS hnhfHtUiet LOST LOST, coin purse, Bailey's, December 2nd finder please call KE. 1-6830. DOG, 4 months old, bull do* puppy, brindle and white wearing Drown harness last seen op East 185th st. Sunday night answers to “Penny”, reward. KE. 1-8807. BROWN co puppy with white paws, answ to name “Boots”. RE. 1-3929. BILLFOLD, red, Butlers at East 222nd and Lake Shore Tuesday. RE. 1-8923. FOUND FOUND money in Tauscher Meat Market, last Friday. KE. 1-8639. Musical Instruments ACCORDION, 120 baas, Hohnsr. A-l, sacrifice, *50. KE. 1-0786. ACCORDION, 120 boss, will ascrifice. IV. 1-8628. ACCORDION, Maaterfonic, 120 baas, white pearl, A-l condition. KE. 1-5711. SPI ET piano, Lester Betsy Roes, rr agany with white leatherette, *325 PO. 1-7203. MAKE someone happy for Christmas, buy them a beautiful apinetized piano no reasonable offer refused. Call after 7 p. m. or Saturday. PO. 1-3961. CLARINET, Bb, good tone, *35. LI. 1-7088. PIANO, Bush and .Lam., apartment size grand, A-l, *325. YE. 2-1376. ACCORDION, Scanddelll, 120 bass, years old, must sell, *300. KE. 1-5444. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SELLING YOUR BUSINESS? WE HAVE CASH BUYERS FREE APPRAISAL SERVICE KL-AY CO. 259 East 158th St. IV. L2901 SPECIAL NOTICES TRIXY eorseWre, appointments by telephone. Mrs. Gladys Neiaer, KE. 1-0141. For Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383 Cole's Meats 28805 Lake Shore Blvd. THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL Hinds of Beef. lb. 38c Cut Free WL 3-4406 At The Same Old Stand CHRISTMAS TREES BALSAM With Holders SPRUCE—SCOTCH PINE Lot Kept Plowed Ample Parking THE LOUIS BROTHERS Carmen Bill's Goli Range 14811 SHAW e Weather-Proof o Colored Cones e 18 Inches Overall with EASEL Bty, Golden, fttc in n even W°yt Sy,"rUr.tlu're Better,n ’’GET WISE**... enjoy the best potato chips. None can compare with WISE! Wise Potato Chips top them all in flaver, freshness, crispness. co POTATO EAST CLEVELAND LEADER "Others'' Is Christmas Theme Of Church Groups With the need of relaxing during the busy pre-holiday season, the Men’s Club of East Cleveland Congregational Church will hold an informal evening following the serving of dinner at their Decem ber 15th session in the church. It will be an opportunity for visiting and getting to know one another better, something formal programs too often leave too little time for. CAMPUS a Announcements have gone out for another FPF (Fifty Plus Folks) Party on Sunday evening, December 12th, at the Parsonage, 1894 Rosemont rd. This is to be a Christmas Party with a fifty cent gift exchange. There will also be fun, games, special music and refreshments. Another Christmas Party—Mon day evening, December 13th at the home of Mrs. S. G. Webster, 15801 Glynn rd. This time it is the Latta Class Women’s Fellowship. Mrs. C. A. Moore, Mrs. S. R. Fraser and Mrs. K. Burton are the assistant hostesses. Mrs. Robert Fraser will also give the devotions. Tuesday evening, December 14th finds the Burrell Class having their Christmas Party in the Latta Room at the Church. This will be a din ner at 7 p.m. Hostesses are the Evening Group from the Class. Mrs. J. Amos has the devotions, Mrs. F. Gibbs gives the Christmas Story, and Mrs. W. Cox and Mrs. C. Kibby will render the Christ mas Music. There will also be a fifty-cent gift exchange. The Couples Club of the Phila-! thea Class is having a Turkey din ner, Saturday evening, December 11th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bode. A Yuletide evening is in the planning. Universal Bible Sunday will be observed next Sunday at the 10:45 am. worship service at the Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church, East 125th st. at Phillips ave. Rev. Ros coe J. Varble will speak on “The Book of Hope.” Mr. Ho Dishong as soloist will sing “Every Valley Shall Be Ex alted” by Handel while the choir Rheumatism-Arthritis NEURITIS SCIATICA Relief from those torturing pains or no charge. An absolute proven rem edy. Only one trip required. Disabled persons may send a friend, 455 E. State St., Sharon, Pa. Office hours: Daily 10-6, Sunday 10-4. Permanently located. ALUMINUM OmMm EA Q'50 STORM V DOORS Aluminum Storm Windows EUCLID ales’* 16021 Waterloo Rd. IV. 6-0893 ARE YOUR LOOKS HOLDIMP YOU BACK?’” I CorrMtlMt ecn be mode ««lly, «rf«ly and Ralnl«»»ly thraufb Mfmae.nl Flattie Surgery. la eee vinlt no».» changed, yrlnklw and tawing chin re placed by tmaafb yeurtiful centeur, large •art rtm»del«d set back, Mart and malnt retrieved. Year frltndt won't know hew—but they’ll netice th» chong*— will yaw. Far cenOdenHal Interview with no ebllfetlen, phene Oterry 1-0740. PLASTIC SURGERY CLINIC— ttefftd by licensed medical doctor plattic surgeon for 23 years. STS Hippodrome Sfdf., Cleveland, O. Uta OF MANY FOR OHLY will offer the anthem “Send Out the Light” by Gounod. 0 0 0 The WSCS Circles of the Church of the Cross are planning Christ mas parties at their December meetings. Several to be on Wed nesday, the 15th at 12:30 p»m. Mrs. W. H. Oetjen will entertain. Circle “B” at her home 3124 Eastwick. Mrs. Clyde Hood of 965 Caledonia will have Circle “C”, with Mrs. Emma Eschelman, co-hostess Cir cle “D” will be entertained by Mrs. J. Michael, 15309 Glynn rd. and Circle “E” by Mrs. G. Croaning, 1047 Hillstone, with Mrs. B. Rich ardson as co-hostess. Circle “H” will be entertained by Mrs. S. A. Salter, 15811 Oakhill, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. G. M. Reazor, the co-hostess On Monday, December 13th Cir cle “A” will be entertained by Mrs. C. B. Darling, 3580 Randolph, at 12:30 p.m. and Circle “I” on the 14th at 8 p.m. with Mrs. W. T. Turner, 937 Helmsdale. Mrs. H. A. Draheim, co-hostess. Circle “F” will have its party the 16th at the College Club at 12:30 p.m. Circle “G” has planned a Pot Luck Family Christmas Party. see The Circles of the Women’s So ciety of Christian Service of Win dermere Methodist Church will meet next week as follows: On Wednesday, December 15th, at 12:30 p.m. for luncheon—Circle 1 —Mrs. William Reed, 1009 Nela View rd: Circle 2 with Mrs. G. E. Inman, 2004 Stanwood rd. Circle 3—Mrs. W. E. Forsythe, 15006 Ter race rd. Circle 4—Miss Maud Beat ty, McGregor Home Circle 5 Mrs. Harry Keelor, 15712 Schen ley Circle 6 —Mrs. L. R. Keiffer, 924 Selwyn rd. Circle 7—Mrs. W. H. Hill, 12806 Arlington ave. On Thursday, December 16th at 8:00 p.m., Circle 8 will meet with Mrs. Don Baker, 506 East 240th st. e Bring your Bible and follow from the word of God, as Donald Wood by, pastor of the Hayden Avenue Baptist Church, continues the ex position of First Corinthians. The topic for Sunday morning will be, “All things ours in Christ Jesus.” Bible School at 9:45 and morning! worship at 11. The church is meet ing, until a new church is erected, in Mayfair School. Sunday evening in the present church building, 1656 Hayden ave., Youth Fellowship will meet at 6:45 p. m. Lauren Schenck is president of the group. The evening service is at 7:45. Pastor Woodby will speak on the Book xf Revelation, Chapter 17, “hTe Ruin of Rome.” Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., is the time of mid-week,. Prayer-Praise and Bible study. Girl Scouts Intermediate Girl Scout Troop No. 27 of Caledonia Neighborhood under the leadership of Mrs. Jay J. Stillinger, Mrs. Kingsley Johns ton and Mrs. William Martin are holding their annual Christmas Party on Monday, December 13th at Hope Lutheran Church at 4:30 p. m. This year the girls are pur church and at the party are purchasing a Christmas tree for the church and decorating it with ornaments made entirely by them selves. On November 26th they arrived at the home of Mrs. Johnston, laden down with baby food cans, pine cones, drinking straws, pipe cleaners, poster paints, ribbon, sparkle, etc., plus a box lunch and at 3:30 p. m. they left, leaving be hind them approximately 75 deco rations, most, of which, are of original design and, in keeping TAKE SANTA’S ADVICE YOUR CHOICE sin.oo Odd Tablas End Tables Step. Cocktail, Dropleaf and many other styles in Mahogany, Blond or Walnut. Regular $15.85 to $44.85 ALL XT ONE LOW PRICE Dally Till FOR Christmas Shoppers QUALITY AT A PRICE EASY TERMS STAKICH FURNITURE^O" JAMES D. STAKICH. Prop. IVanhoe 1-8288 16305 Waterloo Road EACH with our modern times, look like something “from Mars.” This gift is their way of show ing their appreciation to the Church for supplying them with a excellent meeting place. Troop No. 27 welcomes Mary Ann Thomas, Susan Serota and Mary Lynne Stewart, formerly members of now disbanded troops. With their birthday coming at the holiday, Brownie Troop 146 of Caledonia School will have a combination celebration Tuesday, December 14th' at the home of Barbara Kalkhas, 1138 Brandon rd. There will be gifts and refresh ments, gamse and carols. Also Sue Ohman is to be received into mem bership through the investiture ceremony. e Committee Mothers and Troop Leaders of the Rozelle Neighbor hood organization Girl Scouts will hold a Christmas party at the Phil lips Avenue Presbyterian Church Monday evening, December 13th Brownie Troop 575 is planning the entertainment and Brownies of 576 are planning the refreshments. Decorations for the party will be in charge of Troop 143, 0 0 0 Brownie Troop No. 576 of Phil lips Avenue Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, November 30th took a box of Hershey bars to the Rose Mary Home, 19350 Euclid ave. Mrs. Dorothy Gherges, a Com mittee mothers, drove Marilyn An derson, Nancy Barton, Christine Cecil, Nancy Crabtree and Mrs. Geraldine Chamberlain a leader, to the home where they enjoyed seeing the children. 6 TROOP 402 HAS FIRST BIRTHDAY It's a first birthday for Brownie Troop 402 of Prospect Neighbor hood. To celebrate this occasion, the girls and their leaders, Mrs. R. M. Serata and Mrs. George Col lins, are happily planning a party for Monday, December 13th at 3:30 in the school club room. Mothers, fathers, principal and teachers are invited. The troop’s first year has been successful outstanding events during the year will be dramatized through skits. There will be a flag ceremony and presentation of first-year pins to the Brownies. Mothers serving on the Troop Com mittee will be presented with Scout Pins. Refreshments including a beauti ful decorated birthday cake will be served. eo« The Caledonia neighborhood Brownies gave their Trick or Treat candy to Mrs. Harry Dennis who packed it in large cartons and de livered it to Woodland Center. Brownies of Troop No. 4 under the leadership of Mrs. Eleanore Cole's Meats 28805 Lake Shore Blvd. Phono WI. 3-4406 Open Thun.. Fri., Sat till 8:30 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS This Week's Special: HINDS oi QQa BEEF...............Ik. VUG Cut Free Order Now for CHRISTMAS! HEM TURKEYS 11-12 pound 1A A Average________ lb. "fvG STEAK SALE T-BONE FA SIRLOIN TEC PORK ib. Cube Steak lb. 78c Beef Tenderloin lb. 68c Porterhouse lb. 78c Veal Steak ... lb. 78c GROUNDBEEF 3 lbs. $1.00 Bali. Rolled Rump Bnls. Sirloin A Loin Lamb Chops hU* Cut-up Chicken U V Legs or Breasts lb. Bnls. Pork Loin Eft* Veal Stew uvG Ground Sirloin lb. Pork Butts Spare Ribs Fresh Ham /IUCfto U Leg o' Lamb 1J, Fresh Eggs 35c Rib End Porh Roast Beef Pot Roast Sliced Bacon Veal Chops Beef Tongue Rib Lamb Chops All Moat Weiners lb. Fresh Hochs Veal Rump Veal Breast lb. Swifts Sugardale Sandy Mac SLICED BACON lb. 65c Hard Salami lb. 87c Pork Feet......... lb. 16c Nock Bones lb. 18c These Fires Due To Carelessness Says Department Chief Three fires here over the week end were due to carelessness, re ports Fire Chief Lange. A piece of fabric tosr~J over a lighted electric light bi_caused $65 loss in the home of Edwin Welch, 12618 Superior rd., when it ignited and fell to the floor De cember 7th. An overheated iron burned through an ironing board at 13010 Forest Hills ave. at 9:00 a.m. De cember 3rd. Mrs. Laura Shorter maintains a home there for older women. The plaint of kittens came to the ears of Mrs. George Hamilton, 12800 Speedway Overlook about 4:00 a.m. December 4th when she was awakened by a crash to find her bedroom filled with smoke. Rushing to the first floor she found an overturned lamp. A davenport and nearby furniture Egan and Mrs. Mary Lazna visited the Terminal Tower via the New York Central recently. BROWNIES RIDE TRAIN FOR TERMINAL EXCURSION Fun and education joined hands in a trip to the Terminal Tower by Brownie Troop No. 575 of Rozelle Elementary School. East Cleveland terminal was full of ex citement when the Brownies ar rived there. A train announcer acted as a guide. He explained the bulletin board, where to buy your ticket, what becomes of your bag gage and many beind-the-scene ac tions. The troop found the floor scales could not only be used for weighing trunks, but it also gave an accurate weight of an entire troop 17 girls at 1,328 pounds. Then the swift elevator ride to the observation tower. Ah! and Oh! rang free as the girls saw a bird’s eye view of Cleveland. Af ter lunch a tired troop boarded a train for home with many new things to tell their parents. ADVENT SERIES Prepare For His Coming No. 3—"By Dreaming A Dream" Nursery School—Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 to 11:30 AM Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist CLEVELAND, OHIO ALL ARE WELCOME 1931 East 105th Street comer of Chester Avenue Subject "God. The Preserver of Man" Sunday Service 11:00 AM Sunday School lldM AM. Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting 8 PM Free parking available at Euclid 105th St Market Parking Lot St. James Lutheran Church 1424 HAYDEN AVENUE ROBERT BARKLEY, PASTOR Church School..............................................9:30 A.M. Worship Service ......................................... 10:45 A.M. fflluAicate SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 7:30 P.M. Fred Waring's "SONG OF CHRISTMAS" Senior and High School Choirs—Mildred Hobzek, Director The Junior Choir—Helen Richards, Director The Pastor's "Cherub Choir" THIS WEEK S SPECIAL THIS IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT InUHtrlvd! Hand lli'cortih'd! Bieiili) olorfiiU. .. ^Spanish Ceramic Ciles® PtfS 8wm burning. The kitten* were scamp ering about excitedly. Her hus band, George Hamilton had re turned from work about 2:80, had had a smoke while resting on the davenport. He later had fallen asleep at the kitchen table. Three other members of the household were asleep on the sec ond floor. Bom to Mr. and Mr*. LeRoy Res' ’er, 13309 First ave., a son, Keith LeRoy, November 23rd. CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13100 Euclid at Lock wood Church Service. 10:45 AM Robert H. Secriat Pastor Sunday School 9:30 AM St. Paul's Episcopal Church 15837 EUCLID AVE. East Cleveland, Ohio Holy Communion—8:00 A.M. Church School—9:30 and 11:00 AM Morning Prayer—11:00 A.M. REV. LAURENCE H. HALL, Rector WINDERMERE Presbyterian Church Established 1896 Your FenHty Church In the Heart at Cost Cleveland 9:30—Church Scheel Nursery Cere During Church 11:00—Mamins WenM* EUCUD at WINDERMERE Opposite East Cleveland Library Sermon Subject: Assorted Christmas Stories 3. 'From The Highest Mountain'' Rev. J. Franklin McHendry East Cleveland Congregational Church Euclid Avenue at Page Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M. Durable ceramic tiles (with code backing) in a fabulous array of designs and colors. All trivet* are rubber-tipped to prevent table marring. Resistant to stains or burns. A perfect gift for all occasions! Yes—Only Ono Cent Each with any purchase you LIMIT 2 TO A CUSTOMER OPEN EVENINGS TILL CHRISTMAS CAMPUS FURNITURE CO. 871 East 185th St. Store Only KE. 1-7733 make.