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Have Open Meeting
For its annual free open con
cert, the Chamber Music Guild is
presenting, in co-operation with
the Musicians Union Performance
Trust Fund, the Symphonia
Quartet on Sunday, January 23rd
at 8:15 in the First Baptist Church,
Fairmount blvd. at Eaton rd.
The quartet is made up of Kurt
Loebel, violin Elmer Setzer, violin
Tom Brennand, viola, and Robert
Ripley, cello with Harold Heiberg
at the piano. The quartet members
are members of the Cleveland
Orchestra, and Mr. Heiberg is on
the faculty fo the Cleveland Music
School Settlement. He has ap
peared in concerts here and in
England on the continent. He is
a native of Minnesota.
They will play selections by
Haydn, Schubert and Kodaly.
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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.
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MISS GERTRUDE KOHL
2210 Cedar Ave. TO. 14135
c%NOTHER YEAR
traditional strength of the Society.
but to that of their communities.
OF GREAT PROGRESS
Dedicated over a century ago to serve the people, the Society
has continuously served the increasing financial needs of ever growing
numbers of Greater Clevelanders. Today, more than 327,000
depositors enjoy the secure feeling of having "cash in the bank” at
Society—52,000 more than a year ago.
And during the past year total resources increased
ver $75,000,000, to an all time high in Society’s 105 years of
Service. In this same year three million dollars were added
to the surplus account. This healthy 17.6% increase brings
die surplus to a current balance of $20,000,000—maintaining the
Alert to the financial needs of people in a dynamic
economy, your bank further fulfills its purpose by helping more
people to acquire and enjoy more things that contribute
to better living. This policy, too, is traditional. It is typified
by the fact that the Society, during its long years of service, has
helped hundreds of thousands of people to acquire homes, businesses,
and many other material possessions and intangible benefits
—thus contributing not only to the well being of these individuals,
In 1954 further strides were made by extending our
services to new neighborhoods. Society’s services are now offered
st nine convenient locations throughout Greater Cleveland.
Better equipped than ever before to meet the challenge of
progress, your bank faces the new year with confidence—and with.
server to the people as its primary objective.
IN TNt CUT Of CIIVHANO
Founded 1849
MtMllt FIDltAl DIPOSIT INSUtAHCI COKPOtATION
time
Shaw G.A.A.
Calendar
Shaw’s G.A.A. has a busy winter
schedule. It consists of bowling on
Monday nights at the Windermere
Alleys. Games are 30c with shoes
furnished. Joanne Beyol is the
bowling sport head.
Basketball officials’ club meets
on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 to
learn- rules and officiating tech
niques in basketball. Immediately
after this swim dips are being held
in the Shaw Pool. Sport heads
and their assistants for basketball
and swimming are Elaine Forkapa,
Janet Stillinger, Mary Ann Lee,
and Lee Wellman respectively.
G.A.A. basketball practices will
begin this week. Teams will be
made from the girls attending
practices. League play will be on
Thursdays.
With these activities in line
Shaw G.A.A. plans to follow the
Oberlin College saying of, “A
team for every girl and a girl
for every team.”
With the close of this year’s
table tennis program there is a
new champion. She is Sandy
Brown who was undefeated after
playing nine games. Runner-up
in the tournament was Bev Clark,
who lost but one game ,that being
to Sandy in the play-offs.
For winning the championship
Sandy will receive an additional
20 points to her already earned 50
for playing five previous games in
table tennis.
The girls this year were divided
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
East Cleveland
Loan Reports
A Good Year
A 17 per cent gain in total as
sets was reported today by Robert
C. Knox, executive vice president,
East Cleveland Savings and Loan
Company, setting a record high for
the 34 year history of the company.
Mr. Knox said that the com
pany’s assets increased from
$8,568, 817. 21 on December 31,
1953, to $10, 028, 452.69, on the
same date this year. “This fine
growth,” Knox commented, “re
flects the confidence of the citi
zens of East Cleveland in this
specialized thrift and home owner
ship institution.”
Highlights of the company’s an
nual report were listed as follows:
1. Net savings in 1954 increased
by $1,412,307,91, or 19.3 per cent,
bringing total savings to $8,740,
938.78.
2. Dividends paid out to savers
during the year totaled $203,929.36.
3. Home loans increased both in
into ten groups consisting of ten
girls each. Each girl played at
least five games with other girls
in her group. These games being
finished the girls with the fewest
losses was selected out of each
group to participate in the single
elimination finals. by Nancy
Erickson.
number and amount. Total home
loans outstanding now amount to
$8,859,012.46, an increase of 20.2
per cent.
4. The company added $130,
299.38 to its reserve fund in the
past year, increasing its reserves
to $737, 376.17, or 8.4 per cent
of savings.
Such gains, Mr. Knox said, were
of “great significance” since they
came at a time of moderate busi
ness decline, and some unemploy
ment. This would seem to indicate
that the people of East Cleveland
have realized the importance of
saving a portion of their income
each year for things they wish to
buy in the future, as well as for
financial security.
Mr. Knox described the outlook
for business in the coming year as
“highly favorable.” Home building
in the coming year would most
likely equal this year’s levels. De
mand for new homes continued
strong, with demand greatest for
larger, well-designed, well-equip
ped and well-located houses.
Prices of most new homes should
remain stable, "with some improve
ment in quality” likely. In 1955
the home buyer should be able to
get more house for the same
amount of money than in 1954, he
concluded.
CALEDONIA PRE-SCHOOLERS
MEET WEDNESDAY
Christopher records will be en
joyed by the Caledonia Pre-School
Mothers meeting in the school
house Wednesday, January 19th at
10:15 a. m. As their program gets
underway, Miss Martha Driver,
Caledonia librarian, will have a
story hour for the children. Mrs.
R. F. Jones is president of this
group.
CHAMBERS-MAYFAIR
PRE-SCHOOL LIBRARY
MEETING
Does your husband occasionally
baffle and perplex you? Don’t you
sometimes wish you could under
stand him better? Answers to
these questions and others will be
given at the January Library Pre
school meeting at the North
Branch Library on Wednesday,
January 19th, at 10:30 a. m.
For that time, Mrs. Elna Hukari,
librarian, has arranged to have
Miss Myrtle Chamberlin, of the
Family
Health Association, talk on
the subject, “You and the man
you married.”
Her professional background, of
teaching family living in second
ary schools, and at the Univer
sity of Chicago, plus her experi
ence with teaching and helping
emotionally disturbed children, as
well as graduate work in leading
and planning discussion groups on
marriage and family relations,
make her well-qualified to answer
any and all of your questions.
At the same time, the childrens’
librarian, Miss Jean Hoffman, will
be entertaining Pre-schoolers in
her usual, beguilding fashion, with
stories and games.
Do plan to join us for an en
joyable time, chock-full of infor
mation and fun.
Maple Heights
Local Police
Nip And Tuck
There’ll be excitement aplenty
when East Cleveland police meet
Maple Heights in the Eastern
Cuyahoga Suburban Police Bowl
ing League tomorrow night.
The teams top the league stand
ings with East Cleveland having a
42 win-22 loss record against MP’s
39-25. There is but one point be
tween them in high single game
with the locals having 916 to
Maple Heights 915. Rhoda of East
Cleveland holds 622 in individual
high for three games while Villard
of Maple Heights has 578. Rhoda
also is second in individual aver
ages, just two points behind top
man, Chuck Kastilahn’s 176.
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