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April 11, 196*
o o o u ROPES and Matching EARRINGS W-L ■/*. Open Each Sunday in May, 10 to 2 13741 Euclid at Eddy Rd. GL. 1*0984 QUALITY AT A PRICE-EASY TERMS STAKICH FURNITURE CO. JAMES D. STAKICH, Prop. IVanhoe 1-8288 1630S Waterloo Road STORE HOURS: Monday, Thursday, Friday 9 A. M. to 9 P. Tuesday 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Wednesday 9 A. M. to 12 Noon AUTO PARTS Complete Line ot Genuine Parti Automatic Transmission* Machine Shop Service Open Sundays Till 1:00 p. Crankshafts Ground in Chassis Starters and Generators Rebuilt GA. 1-5830 GA. 1-5890 Ashbury Avenue of Euclid, off Lakeview 12301 Just North per set £TH.„.$1.oo Practically Unbreak able Ropes Strung on nylon. Fashion sensa tion. Again Belmar Fashions scoops the town with this tremendous value. HURRY! Limited quan tity! None sold to doalers! No phons orders. Buy for yourself and for gifts. BELMAR FASHIONS 2153 Noble Road Liberty 1-8384 2 Blocks South of Nela Park Open Evenings—Alterations To An Invitation ENJOY natures spring pageant in one of the finest collections of flowering plants and trees in America. A route to the best displays is always marked clearly with red arrows along the roadsides. Lake View Cemetery Cleveland entrance at 12316 Euclid Avenue Heights entrance at Comer of Mayfield and Kenilworth. Tzlbphonb GArfield 1-2663 FREE! s300000 SX™ Bill's Clothes 35th Anniversary Gift To You diming ths coning lb. -y W' rru Just stop in at any^of Bill** 3 conveniently located stores and register. No purchase necessary. You must register each month to bo eligible to partici pate in that month's award. Watch our ad in this newspaper or listen to daitT program ot« WDOK. J. East Cleveland Leadei A Newspaper of General Circulation in Cuyahoga County Established 1942 Published Every Thursday By Collinwood Publishing Company Publishers of EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and The SCOOP General Offices and Plant 814 East 152nd Street GLenville 1-4383 C. E. BOWMAN______________ Editor ELSA C. BERG Associate Editor R. L. FOULKE -----_ —Business Mfr. ROBT. W. MURPHY A, Personals Sandy Brown of 1910 Rosemont rd. will take part in a Water Show by the Monaqua Club at the Cen tral YMCA tonight, Friday and Saturday. Miss Brown MU., 1-1455 also has tickets for the show. From Lawrence, Kansas, comes word of the birth of a daughter, Barbara Lou to Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam R. Butler on April 18th. The happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ault, 1368 Hamp ton rd., and Mrs. Ault has gone to Kansas to get acquainted with their granddaughter. Mr. Butler is the assistant dean of men at the University of Kansas. Mrs. Butler, the former Virginia Ault is a Shaw ’45 and Ohio U. ’50 graduate. The couple have a son, Michael, aged one and a half years. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crane of 14511 Shaw ave. wish to announce the arrival on March 31st of their second granddaughter, Carole Lynn Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Martin of Montville, Ohio. Mrs. Martin is the Beverley Crane. former Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Rondini, 15528 Euclid girl, Sarah Coleen, April Samuel ave., a 2nd. George Schultz and her Mrs. Andrew Tuskas of were hostesses at a pre- Mrs. cousin, Euclid nuptial shower Sunday at the for mer’s home, 1233 East 134th st. honoring Miss Barbara Sadler of Sheffield, Pa., Miss Sadler will be married on May 14th to Jack Stamm, son of Mrs. Ruth Stamm, 1228 Hayden ave. Among the BOYS' FIRST COMMUNION CLOTHING White Shirts White Pants Belts Ties All Accessories Complete Spring Line of Clothing for Dad and Son FREE ALTERATIONS PROMPT SERVICE SOMERS Men's & Boys' Wear 2179 NOBLE lust Above Nela Park Liberty 1-2042 arratw-j EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Wedding tyafemeHU Bruening-Ott Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ott, 961 Caledonia rd., announce the enagement of their daughter, Elaine Lucille to Mr. Kenneth Ralph Bruening, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Bruening, 1847 Rudwick rd. Miss Ott is attending St. Vincent Charity Hospital School of Nurs ing. Mr. Bruening is stationed with the United States Coast Guard in Juneau,'Alaska. guests were the bride-elect’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sadler and Miss Beverly Dalton of Shef field. Mrs. Schultz, sister of Mr. Stamm, will attend Miss Sadler as matron of honor and Miss Dalton will be the maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melbourne went by air to San Francisco whence they sail today for Hawaii via the Luraline. They expect to be gone six weeks. Thurston and David Peters, 1203 Bender ave., and Robert Gray, 1209 Bender ave., have been cast in “Arsenic and Old Lace” to be pesented at Euclid Epworth Church April 29th, and Oth. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Erickson are expected home this weekend from a Florida vacation. Dr. Erickson is the president of the East Cleve land Kiwanis club. Home from a tour of duty in the Far East aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Floyd B. Parks is John F. Gregan, son of Mr.. and Mrs. James Gregan, 1239 East 133rd st. and husband of Mrs. Florence Gregan of Brighton, Mass. Gregan is chief machinists’s mate. Women’s Welsh Club Have Faggot Supper The Women’s Welsh Club of East Cleveland are holding a tradi tional “faggot” supper on Satur day, April 23rd, at the Westi minster-Welsh Presbyterian church at Wade Park and Addison ave. Dinner will be served from 5:30 p. m. to 7 p. m. Make reservations by calling Mrs. John Watkins, RE 1-4258 or Mrs. Edmund Watkins, RE 1-4816. Total proceeds of this supper is for the mainten ance of the Welsh Home for Aged in Rocky River, Ohio. Earn More on Your Money WE PAY 5% INTEREST Payable Quarterly We pay Ohio State Tax. Our certificates are sold in multiples of $50.00. TIME Finance Corp. 18516 Euclid Ave. or call IV. 6-0900 Our business is making per sonal leans to residents of this community. APEX AUTOMATIC DRYER Model Sovonty 10 Retail Value 5257410 i Ross-Gam be I-- ¥3' 4 —Photo by Raimor Chris( th* King Church was the scene of the wedding on Saturday, April 16th of Katherine Ann Gamber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gamber, 1864 Charles rd. and Anthony Rosa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Rosa, 16520 Kipling ave. Rev. Fr. Sylvester Fridrich officiated at the 10 o’clock nuptial mass. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Mrs. Rachelle Mussaro as matron of honor and Rita DePalma as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Gina Chuidroni, Sandra Pecjak, Mar garet Beuning, Rose Marie Da maso and rMs. Nancy Corretti. Santo Rosa was best man for the groom and ushers were Samuel Evaristo, James Gamber, Blase Corretti, Anthony Gamber and Frank Mandato. The wedding reception was held at Recher Hall. The bride attended Collinwood High School. Mr. Rosa is a Collin wood High graduate and attended Fenn College. The newlyweds will make their home at 16609 Kipling ave. Camp Fire Girls Mrs. Marvin McDaugh, Spanish teacher at Hathaway Brown School is organizing a district committee for the East District. Anyone interested in working with the adult members of the Campfire organization please call Mrs. McDaugh, st PQ 1-5866. e e Registration for Camp Yakewi will be accepted on or ofter April 20th. Only registrations with de posits will be held. Each summer girls and leaders have fun exhibiting their works ot the Berea Fair. Mrs. Elmer Novak chairman, will be asking for your exhibits soon. So be ready to participate in the fun and prizes. Jolly Blue Birds of Prospect School journeyed to Thompson, O. to sjiend an enjoyable and inter esting afternoon seeing how maple syrup is made from* sap to the finished product. Transportation was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. John Riehl, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornwall and Mrs. and Mrs. James Bateman. Guardian of the group. is Mrs. John Riehl and the sponsor is Mrs. Earl Cornwall. a The Ke-yo-kwa Camp Fire Girls and their Guardian Mrs. Clarence Parks, had planned a bus trip to the Aquarium and a Camera Na ture hike on the lakefront Everything went wrong. Buses were crowded and late. When they reached the Aquarium it was closed, and they couldn’s get any nature pictures. What started out being a nature study ended up being a hike on the lakefront. The girls ate their supper on the grass and took pictures of each other. The trip didn’s go according to plans but all the girls had a very good time, anyway. Church Basketball Banquet This Evening A banquet honoring the players of the East Cleveland “Y” Church Leagues will be held this Thurs day, April 21st, at 6:15 p. m. Members of Epworth Euclid Methodist Team will receive a trophy for being the “C” League Champs. Church of the Cross Methodist will receive the Church “B” League Championship Trophy. Official standings and statistics will be given out during the ban quet. The LEADER Has th« Buyers NORTON E. MEINKE THIS MONTH'S AWARD To Be Made May 1st, 1955 28-IN. BOY'S BICYCLE i REMEMBER YOU MUST REGISTER EVERY MONTH TO BE ELIGIBLBI *^y. I H.’J i *•ufe rt YWCA Schedules Five Adult Classes The East Cleveland YWCA has scheduled five weeks of the fol lowing classes starting Wednesday night, May 4th. Included will be leathercraft, sewing party foods and cake decorating, and duplicate bridge. Leathercraft class is open to be ginners and advanced pupils and will meet from 6:30 to 8:00 p. m., under the instruction of Mrs. Jane Loucks. Fancy party foods and cake decorating will be the spe cialty of the foods class with Mrs. Helen Robinson as instructor. This class will meet from 7:30 to 9 p. m. Dressmaking, taught by Mrs. Liivy Shirley, is open to begin ners and intermediates 8:30 to 10 p. m. For those who are interested in playing bridge, here is an oppor tunity to enjoy once a week an evening of duplicate bridge. Both men and women are invited to come on a nightly basis, or to register for the full five weeks. For information on fees and re gistration please call the YWCA UL 1-2220. Among the guests as the Cleve land Oberlin Women’s Club held their last luncheon at Oberlin Inn, which is being replaced with a new Inn, was Miss Susan Struggles, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Struggles of 15327 Welton dr. Miss Struggles was present as the Oberlin Women’s Club scholar ship girl, together with Nancy Crittenden. "Chevrolet Is First" HIGHEST HIGH HI TRADE-INS ON ALL MODELS 1955 (From Our Present Stack) HORNERS 14115 ST. CLAIR AVE. MU. 1-7700 Open Mon., Wed., Fri. Evenings Monark Silver King Courtesy Schleuniger Bros., Inc. Retail Value $79.95 0 JOE KKERT During... (Service Cut) LAWN CART 6.95 All-steel construction, perfectly bal anced. It's built for rugged service. Full 3 cu. ft. capacity, puncture-proof rubber tires. Attractively finished. SOUR CREAM BIG VALUES l|l£E If I ’We Pick Up and Deliver Prescriptions Free1 are fair. Rely on when medication is indicated. BAUM DRUG Corner Hayden and St Clair Ave. PO. 14400 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS When you're serving those quick lunches or between-meal snacks, let our e Hot Corned Beef e Kosher Wieners e Pastrami e Tasty Lunch Meat* e Smoked Tish e Many Other* Chocolate Frosted Apple^Cherry-Peach Angel Food Cake Cinnamon and raisin or chocolate chip and nut Ito Delicatessen Restaurant ‘ANDT FOREST HILL SHOPPING CENTER. SUPERIOR AND EUCLID Open 6 Days a Week: 7 A. M. to 12 P. M. Plenty of Free Parking Right on the Spot Open Sundays 8 A. M. to 12 P. M. 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