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or
Honor Day
Five semesters—Jack Dreifort,
Joy Hossel, Charlotte Wormaid.
Four semesters—Joan Patter
son.
SENIOR FRIENDSHIP
By Anne Hunter
Betty Meola, President Grace
Martin, Vice-President Rosemary
Inzano, Secretary-Treasurer Lee
Wellman, Program Chairman.
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basement walls into soft, sunny
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cheerfulness.
VALCO PMC is easy to use—
goes on concrete block, cinder
block, rough plaster, brick, hollow
tile or stone whether new, old or
previously painted with cement
paint, whitewash or other paints
that are old, firm and dry. It
comes ready-mixed and ready to
apply with brush or roller.
VALCO PMC hardens even on
DAMP WALLS and is washable
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ONE coat—no undercoat needed.
Available in six beautiful pastel
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Use VALCO Floor Coating on
garage floors, terraces, utility and
laundry rooms, wood or canvas
porch decks, boats, canoes, gar
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Resistant to acids-alkalies, mois
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VALCO available at Beach
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Shore Benes Hdwe., 768 East
152nd st., Berger’s Wallpaper and
Paint, 805 East 185th st Blank
Hdwe., 17823 Euclid ave. Build
er’s Floor & Wallpaper Co., 1364
Hayden ave. Chervin Wallpaper &
Paint Co., 608 East 185th st.
Grdina Hdwe., 22336 Lake Shore
blvd. Hayden Hdwe., 1505 Hayden
ave. Mandel Hdwe., 15704 Water
loo rd. Rice’s Hdwe., 29010 Euclid
ave. Rubin Hdwe., 18511 St. Clair
ave. Glenville Wallpaper & Paint
Co., 10018-20 St. Clair ave.,
Wilke’s Hardware, 809 E. 222nd st.
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Broadloom
Beautiful
Here are the colors, the blends,
the textures and patterns that
will make your rooms more
beautiful and more luxurious,
as well as more comfortable.
All Wool, and long wearing
blends make this a splendid
value.
HeguJarJy $12.95
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ROAD IVonhoP 1.1717
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
The Junior Sophomore officers
were not elected until yesterday,
January 19th.
CANTEEN OFFICERS
By John Stewart
Betty Meola, President Janet
Stillinger, Vice-President Linda
Yanetta, Secretary Mimi Hull,
Treasurer.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSN.
Miss Norma Smith
Small “S” letter (350 points)—
Judy Mears, Clara Pudvan, Janet
Randall, Janet Kitson, Charlene
Hall, Georgia Liatti, Linda Yan
netta, Sandy Sane, Gay Setteven
demie, Jane Vyse.
Large “S” letter (700 points)—
Nancy Erickson, Anita Leicher,
Ginny McWhirter, Martha Muel
ler, Judy Randall.
Girls’ Athletic Council Anita
Leicher, President Elaine For
kapa, Vice-President Mary Ann
Lee, Secretary.
New Members, A. C.—Bev Mar
tin, Barbara Kline, Rosalie Ger
maine, Agnes Tartara, Guy Set
tevendemie, June Raufman.
CLASS OFFICERS
By Miss Latta
Anthony Zampino, President
Dick Freedman, Vice-President
Anne Hunter, Secretary-Treasurer.
STUDENT COUNCIL
By Mr. Naragon
Hank Fischer, President Jay
Hunton, Vice- Persident Anne
Hunter. Secretary George Blan
chard, Treasurer.
Get Gas Tax Check
In its first allocation for the
year of returns from the gasoline
excise tax made Tuesday, East
Cleveland will receive a check for
$14,865.
HASSIE H. ROGERS
LOANS
for HOME NEEDS
A low-cost loan
will help you
perk up your
home now
For home improve­
ments ... furniture.
You can pay off
loan in easy monthly
installment!.
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LEWIS BRANCAE
GL. 1-0322
LEE P. KLOSS
PO. 1-9994
Two Short Plays
For Class Night
Following the traditional pat
tern, Class Night on the Shaw
January 1955 calendar of events
will be observed Tuesday, January
25th at 8 p. m. in the school audi
torium. As is customary, the or
chestra will play a nd the drama
classes under Miss Lois Dean will
present two skits.
The stage committee is Beverly
Toth, Virginia Conant and Gay
Elgin.
The program opens with the
singing of the National Anthem
after which Robert Fraser directs
the orchestra in highlights from
“Show Boat” by Jerome Kern. In
between skits the group will play
the overture from “Hans Chris
tian Anderson”, by Frank Loesser.
Against a secluded corner of a
city park on an afternoon, Henry
Fisher as the Man, Sidney Peter
son as The Boy, and Beverly N.i
Beitzel as The Girl will enact
Glenn Hughes skit “Red Carna
tions.”
The second skit “Yellow Sheet,”
by Robert E. Johnson, takes place
in a fraternity house of an early
evening. The cast is:
Herman Baldvall, Sid Herzig Joe,
Dick Freedman Sterling, John
Hennen Beany, Tom Thompson
Geraldine, Joy Reinhard Dean
Cramp, Jack Dreifort Johnny
Cramp, Mark Kissack.
Service Club News
Exchange Club members turned
again to a welfare topic for the
Tuesday, January 18th topic. Miss
Dagmar Kunz of the Cleveland
Society for Crippled Children will
show slides along with her talk on
the functions of this group. All
January programs have been tuned
to the ivelfare topics to inaug
urate “Project 55” chosen by the
new president, James Monreal, for
this year.
Principal speaker at the regular
meeting of the Lions Club of East
Cleveland on January 25th will be
Mr. Alfred F. Connors of the Re
public Steel Company. According
to Paul McCormick, Chairman of
the Lions’ Program Committee,
Mr. Connors’ topic will be “Steel
—Balance of Power”.
During the business portion of
the meeting to be conducted by
President Michael E. Sanera, the
Lions’ January membership drive,
coming conventions and the role
the Lions will play in the musical
production, “The Three Musket
eers”, will be discussed.
“Predictions for 1955” will be
presented by D. C. Elliot, vice
president of the Cleveland Trust
Co. at the East Cleveland Kiwanis
meeting Monday, January 24th.
He will be introduced by Murle
Cowles, manager of the company’s
Windermere branch.
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of Noble Road
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12722
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BURTON W. CARLSON
GL. 1-2221
MAX SCHWEBEL
PO. 1-3211
Mr. Elliot came to the bank in
1947 from the RFC in Washington
where he has been director of the
Division of Research and Statistics
since 1932. One of his duties here
is o edit the nationally famous
Monthly Business Bulletin issued
by the company.
The speaker is not new to Cleve
land, having been with the Federal
Reserve here from 1923 to 1929,
during which time he was also an
instructor in economics at Cleve
land College and John Huntington
Polytechnic Institute.
An interclub council represent
ing some 6,500 members of Greater
Cleveland service clubs was formed
this week at a luncheon meeting
at the Mid-Day Club.
Membership will consist of club
presidents and an alternate, said
Samuel R. Sague, chairman of the
meeting and owner manager of
Station WSRS.
Purpose ,Sague explained, is to
aid in co-ordinating club projects
involving the public.
Woods Heads New
Golden Age Center
All Golden Agers who have
come to know James H. Woods,
their “liaison man between their
groups and the Welfare Federa
tion, will be happy to hear that
Mr. Woods has been named head
of the new Golden Age Center. He
will co-ordinate the activities of
the 40 Golden Age groups in the
area, and serve as a consulant on
problems of the aging.
Mr. Woods is well fitted by
training and experience for his
new post. He holds a master’s de
gree in social work from Boston
University, a degree in theology
from Harvard Divinity School, and
a degree in law from the Cleve
land Marshall School of Law. Dur
ing his four years service in
World War II he served as a
chaplain.
Custom-Cut Soot Covers
BUDGET SPECIAL
Sofa 14.50 Chair 8.50
Drapes Labor Free
Shown In Your Home
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Foreign Travel Coverage on Your
Auto and Personal Effects
FIRE LIABILITY BONDS
—REMEMBER—
“The sweetness of Low Price Never
Equals the Bitterness of Low Quality"
Call IV. 1-4449 for Service
FOSTER HOMES
NEEDED
Families needed to care for chil
dren supervised by the Division of
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.
Call or Write
MISS GERTRUDE KOHL
2210 Cedar Ave. TO. 1-4136
INCOME TAX RETURNS
PREPARE YOURS EARLY
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Patient Professional Instructors
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FREE PICK UP SERVICE TO YOUR DOOR
EUCLID DRIVING SCHOOL
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SERVICE on ANY Mabe Furnace or Boiler
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Thursday, January 20, 1955
Appointment Only
Evenings PO. 1 2794
BE AN EARLY BIRD!
Buy Your
Fertilizers Peat Moss & Lime NOW
Beat The Wet Spring Apply Between Rains
Come In For An Old Fashioned Almanac. It's Free.
Whitney's Wild Bird Seed 5 lb. 79c 10 lb. $1.55
Chick Scratch for Sparrows 5 lb. 35c 10 lb. 65c
Raw Peanuts Sunflower Seed Bird Feeders
Amaryllis Bulbs, ea. 69c large imported $2.89
Rock Salt 10 lb. 39c 100 lb. $1.85 deliv. $2.00
Snow Blowers Plows Shovels A Pushers
NOTTINGHAM CO.
18617 Nottingham Rd. at St. Clair KE. 1-0256
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