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KEEP WARM!
Regular $45.75
Finest Make Dual Control AO KA
ELECTRIC BLANKETS
Reg. $37.50 Single Control Al Kf)
ELECTRIC BLANKETS
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LU WELL
Free
Delivery
GLenville
1-0825
free delivery
CURRENT
RATE OF
6.95
Reg. $14.95 4-Lb. 100%
ALL WOOL BLANKETS
All W-'ol Satin Covered Quilts $4.93
Army Tanker Jackets, Sizes 34-40, quilt lined------------ $4.95
(Less Than Factory Cost)
18633 ST. CLAIR AVENUE
TURKEYS -39‘
12 Lbs. and Up
Stewing
Chickens
Young
ST. CLAIR SHAW POULTRY
Tory's Barber Shop
28 YEARS IN EAST CLEVELAND
ARTISTIC HAIRCUTS
TWO BARBERS
14462 EUCLID AVENUE
QUALITY AT A PRICE—EASY TERMS
STAKICH FURNITURE CO.
JAMES D. STAKICH, Prop.
IVanhoe 1-8288 16305 Waterloo Road
STORE HOURS: Monday, Thursday, Friday 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Tuesday A. M. to 6 P. M. Wednesday 9 A. M. to 12 Noon
Hatching MORE Dollars
at our
ib. 33c
"J ON SAVINGS
SAVE BY MAILI Write or Phono lor Supplies Make* Saving Real Easy I
EAS1CLEVELAND SAVINGS
and LOAN Company
1373 HAYDEN near SHAW UL. 1-0600
Member Federal Home Loan Sank System toiveotmonte Inevred to $10,000.0*
27‘
12520 St. Clair Avenue
GLenville 1-0825 Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank
INVESTMENTS
JUST ARRIVED!
4 STATION WAGONS 3 CONVERTIBLES
e 6 MONTCLAIR HARDTOPS
Eleven Salesmen Willing To Deal Your Way on the
Great New
1955 MERCURY
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON JILL MODELS
OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT IS UNEXCELLED!
MOTORS, INC.
Opposite Cleveland Hts. City Hall
leveland eights
2926 MAYFIELD ROAD YE. 2.9140
Personals
to
to
at
Personals may be sent
14600 Euclid ave. or phoned
PO. 1-3378. Deadline Tuesday
5 p. m.
Miss Alive Brown of Hayden
ave., is expected to arrive home
this week from a vacation spent in
England.
Home from Niagara Falls, N. Y.
where they have been since New
Years are Dr. and Mrs. W. W.
Fisher, 104.6 Greyton rd. Soon
after arriving there Dr. Fisher
suffered a heart attack but is now
sufficiently recovered to return
home.
Eleven friends were invited by
Sandra Keene to her tenth birth
day anniversary party Saturday,
January 15th. They celebrated the
happy event with games and re
freshments, the latter featuring a
birthday .cake baked by the young
hostess’ aunt, Mrs. Edward Rom
bach.
Enjoying the party were Joyce
Yerty, Mary Ann Cochran, Dorothy
Kovach, Robert Kovach, Rebecca
Daugherty, Diane Daugherty,
Laurel Ann Rombach, Larry Rom
bach and the Ryans three, Mark,
Dennis and Tommy.
Sandra is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Keene, 14220
Potomac ave.
Rehearsals are proceeding Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday eve
nings in East Cleveland Congre-
Remodeling Sale
Save Now on Ladies’,
Children's and Sub-Teens
APPAREL
MANY ITEMS BELOW COST
Donna Lyn Frocks
13923 Euclid Avenue
POtomac 1-9397
WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
ARE YOUR
LOOKS HOLDING
YOU BACK?
in business
Cerractfen. can ba made .aiily, safely
and painl.uly through permanent Plastic
Surgery. In ana visit nests can ba
changed, wrinkles and sagging skin re
placed by smeeth youthful centaur, large
ears remodeled set back, scars and
males remeved. Yaur friends wen't knew
haw—but they'll notice the change—
so will you. For confidential Interview
with no obligation, phone CHerry 1-0740.
PLASTIC SURGERY CLINIC—
staffed by licensed medical doctor
Jg
plastic surgeon for 33 years.
519 Hippodrome ldg., Cleveland, O.
Now You Can Buy
3 Months Automobile
Insurance Policies
For your convenience, we
now offer 3 and 6 months
short-term auto policies for
careful drivers ... at no
extra cost.
Take it easy on your
pocketbook with these
short-term policies that re
new automatically just
like your life insurance.
This agency also offers
complete sales and service
on Fire, General Liability,
Hospitalization, Health and
Accident.
Herbert Goodrich eaya:
"Personal service is a part «4
•ar policy."
Herbert Goodrich
INSURANCE AGENCY
14509 Potomac Avenue
POtomac 1*5171
Mercury On
The Heights
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
gational Church, Euclid and Page
aYes. for the April presentation of
“The Three Musketeers” by the
East Cleveland Lyric Theatre.
Male singers interested in trying
out for the roles are requested to
contact DirectorDowns at POtomac
1-4850 to arrange auditiontimes.
Proceeds will be directed to the
Lions Club Eye Research Program
in Ohio to continue work currently
being conducted at Western Re
serve, Cincinnati and Ohio State
Universities.
Our GI’s
Pvt. Thomas Quinn has been
transferred from Fort Knox to
Fort Devins, Mass, where he is
in army security training. He is
the son
of 1859
of the Howard D. Quinns
Alvason rd.
Clark Tefft has returned
Benning, Ga. after a fur-
Corp,
to Fort
lough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Tefft who are back in
East Cleveland for a brief stay be
fore returning to Caspar, Wyoming
where they have been since last
summer.
East Cleveland young men en
tering the armed services this
week include:
Stanton S. Unger, 15617 Hazel
rd. Robert F. Kent, 13811 Beau
omnt David C. Black, 16266 Oak
hill rd. David B. Kathe, 3411
Thorne rd. Charles M. Huston, jr.,
1884 Knowles st. Richard L.
Seib, 927 Selwyn rd., and Stanley
Shapiro, 1607 Belmar.
Win Hardware
Opening Gifts
The following lucky people are
the winners in the Grand Opening
Celebration conducted by Orkin
Paint & Hardware Co., 16512
Euclid ave., last week-end.
1st, W. C. McElroy, 1834 Rey
burn 2nd, Bernard Sherman, 1837
Alcoy 3rd, L. A. Lindner, 1864
Nela 4th, Mrs. Ann Schrink,
16359 Euclid 5th, M. R. Smith,
4815 Monticello 6th Phil McDer
mott, 1746 Victoria 7th, R. E.
Sprenkle, 2149 Reybum 8th M. C.
Adler, 1872 Lampson 9th, W. W.
Paterson, 1837 Alcoy 10th, Ed
Mickunas, 1091 Ivanhoe 11th, Rob
ert G. Cummer, 16800 Endora
12th, Raymond Goldman, 16601
Euclid.
Winners may receive their prizes
by going to the store with proper
identification.
Tory Adds Second
Barber In His Shop
He has taken in Rocco Spinelli,
1288 North Lockwood ave., who
says he had his first hair cutting
lesson from Tory.
During his two years in the
Navy, Rocco did barbering. Upon
his return from service overseas,
he enrolled at Mollar Barber Col
lege. He has completed his course,
passed the state examination, and
has his first job with Tory who
was with Mike Noble for 22 years
before opening his own shop.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF SHAREHOLDERS
East Cleveland, Ohio
You are hereby notified that the
Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of
the East Cleveland Savings & Loan
Company will be held in the office of
the Company, 1373 Hayden Avenue,
East Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday,
January 24, 1955, at 8:00 P. M., for
the election of Directors, and for the
consideration of and acting upon such
other matters as may properly come
before the meeting.
The East Cleveland Savings
and Loan Company,
Robert C. Knox, Secretary
Published January 13th-20th, 1955
MRS. PETER T. SCHERR
COME
CLEAN
Cleanest Show
In Town
Friday, Jan. 28
8:30 P.M
FREE ADMISSION
BENDIX
APPLIANCE
14006 Lak* Shor* Blvd.
KE. 1-7320
Intramural
Games Here
and
cor-
Relations between Shaw
Shaker High Schools, always
dial, will be further strengthened
tomorrow afternoon at Shaw Gym
nasium before the regularly sched
uled Lake Erie League basketball
games, when six intramural teams
representing each of the two
schools will play each other “for
kicks,” instead of for the record.
This series of basketball games,
never before tried by L.E.L.
schools, pits the first-ranking and
last-ranking home room teams in
each of the three classes at Shaw
against their oposite numbers from
Shaker Heights. This figures out
to two games between Sophomore
teams, and two each between Juni
ors and Seniors. Three of these
games will start simultaneously on
the crosswise courts of the huge
Shaw field house at 3:45 tomorrow
afternoon, Friday the 21st. The
other three will follow at about
five o’clock. Between the ending
of this latter set and the hour of
6:30, when the doors will reopen
for the Junior Varsity and Varsity
Shaw-Shaker games of the regu
lar L.E.L. schedule, everybody will
presumably eat somewhere.
The Shaw intramural program,
under the direction of Coach Jack
Moore of the Shaw faculty, gives
over 200 boys a chance to partici
pate in regulation basketball play.
Sportsmanship and physical con
ditioning are emphasized instead
of stellar individual performance,
or even of winning or losing. Dur
ing the Winter season the teams
representing Sophomore home
rooms play each other on Friday
afternoons immediately after
school, and the Junior-Senior
League teams compete on Tuesday
evenings from seven to nine o’clock.
Trophies are provided for the
eventual leaders in each of the
two leagues. Officiating at these
games is done by students them
selves, and the large statistical
job required by the size of the
program is handled by Dick West,
a Junior at Shaw.
MUlberry
1-4574
his
Tory, who has followed
trade of barbering in the Winder
mere neighborhood for 29 years
this coming April, is now offering
two-barber service in his shop at
14462 Euclid ave.
AT TAYLOR ROAD
U.<p></p>POT
S. CHOICE
Lean
BEEF STEW
ib. 69
Onr Own Fresh
GROUND BEEF
3$1.00
Rib End
PORK LOIN ROAST
ib. 35
SPARE RIBS
».
Sugar
45c
dale
Teeny Weenys
U. 9. Choice Rolled
Rib Roost off Beef
or Rump Roust
ib. 98
Beef, Veal. Pork
MEAT LOAF MIX
ib. 49
Homemade Italian or 7Qn
Country Sausage ... lb. Ivv
The present scoring leaders of
the Sophomore league are Dave
Johnson with 85 points, and Riley
Elwell and George Bandtell with
26 apiece. Junior leaders are Gary
Thiele with a total of 24, and three
tied with 22: Jim Putnam, Dave
Lawson, and Bob Wintour. Senior
scoring is led by John Barker, Jim
Milligan, and Chuck Broscheid.
Putnam, Broscheid, the latter’s
twin Bob Broscheid, and Jim Sulli
van act as referees for games in
which they do not participate. As
sisting Dick West in heading up
the program for the students is
Johnny Stewart.
The intramural games tomorrow
afternoon are free to the public.
The usual ticket charges will
apply to the L.E.L. games which
follow, commencing with the Jun
ior Varsity game at seven p. m.
WINDOW WASHING
Storm Window end Screen Service
Well Washing Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fully Insured
VETERANS
CLEAN INS
12700 Superior Are. GL. 1-7482
GL. 1-2757 Evening U. 1-9447
Repairing and
Rewiring
We cany a full line ot
Sockets and Parts, also
Chimneys and Glass Shades
R. G. ANGEL
1432 Hayden near Shaw
LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
HOUSEHOLD
AUTOMOBILE
BUSINESS
FIRE
Coll
ROY
C. D'ANNA
Ave„
14819 Elm
GL. 1-0697
Viking Ky.IM-C Lump
Egg
$15,95 $14-25 $19.90
East Cleveland
CH. 1-5830
Here's how to CUT COSTS
Pocahontas
"GEMS”
Hot, Blocky v
Medium Egg
6 A Bargain Fuel
A Popular Coal Screened Clean
"Blue Ribbon" "Bishop" Pocahontas
MORSE-CRABLE COAL
DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1917
PCDURA’Q 'Square Deal'
VLIlIllU W Super Market
15522 Euclid
8
7
FREE DELIVERY
on orders of
$5
1427 Hayden GLenville 1-8516
4^9^
or overi
We Are As Near To You As Your Telephone No Crowds
No Waiting Shop From Your Own Home In Comfort.
SAVE on these WEEK-END SPECIALS
ROAST in
ENGLISH CUT lb. S5e
SILVER BAR PEAS
$1.00
303 cans
Edward's
WHOLE KERNEL CORN
$1.00
303 cans
Contadina
TOMATO PASTE
10 c«n» 89
Freestone 1 21/a
Blue Bell Cut
Green Beans cans
4 AA
Peach Halves cans I-VW
W
303
1 AA
MRS. ANNA HORNUNG VIRGIL D. SPENCER
Rowland’s
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
TILL IO P.
SUNDAY
FREE PARKING
leUU
Edward's
APPLESAUCE
6
$1.00
303 jars
White
DELSEY TISSUE
9
$1.00
rolls
Hutto or Crisco
Shortening .... 3-lb. can Ovu
Magnolia
Tomatoes
WE RESERVE THE
7 ”3.1.00
RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Thursday, January 20, 1955
I Rubber Footwear tor Bill
Warrot
Tap and Ballet Gym
'BOVS AND 01*19 and Basketball Shoes!
BAUMGARTEN'S FSSHT MT
I3S05 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
(Formerly Gilbert’s)
Right Hext Door to the Liquor Store
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TUESDAY
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Serving E. Cleveland and Clove. Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Deliver Rhone GLenville 2-8305
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Drive In From
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