Thursday, June 80, 1955
Unusual Gifts For
R. G. ANGEL
1432 Hayden Avenue
Open Mon. thru Sat
HOME DELIVERED $3.24 CASK
Koehler's. Pfeiffer's, Hudepohl, Old
Dutch, Stroh's, Black Label, Leisy's,
POC, Gold Bond, Erin Brew, Frank
enmuth, Fort Pitt, Burger, Burkhardt,
Duquesne, Silver Top, Goebel, Iron
City, Mug Ale, Old Timers* Ale.
Buy 24 Bottles
For Only $1.19
Get 6 Settles
(30 bottle* for
price of 24)
Next io Library
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Harry K.
Kooser, 1620 Catalpa, a girl, Debra
Rae, June 8th.
Enjoy a Carefree Holiday Weekend
Lot Us Solve Your Washday Problems
Clothes Washed and Fluff Dried
SHIRTS........................ each 20c
15505 EUCLID AVE. LI. 1-8275
(At Taylor) FREE PARKING IN REAR
WHITEFISH lb. 59c
Fresh Lake Trout White Fish, Red Snapper
Live Lobsters Lobster Tails Mackerel
Grade A Eggs From Our Own Farms
Candelled and Graded Hero In Our Store
St. Clair-Shaw Poultry & Fish Mkt
Ohio's Most Beautiful Store
12520 St. Clair Avenue
A. M. to 6 P. M. Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank
Glassware and Picnic Supplies Charcoal
Champagne Wines Cordials
PICKED UP AT OUR STORE
All Popular Brands
SPECIAL —Full Quarts POP!
BUY 2 QTS.—Get 1 QT. FREE
Ginger Ale, Root Boor, Orange, Cherry, Etc.
Um for Ice Tea, Tall Cool Drinks
Regular Price 20c each
£1 1 7711
NS ■IQ I I I
You wouldn't pass up an opportunity to increase
your savings with very little effort on your part,
Well, that’s exactly what you can do if you act
before July 11th.
All money added.to existing savings accounts, or put
into new accounts at Second Federal before July 11th
will earn dividends from July 1st.
The current rate on savings is 3% per year.
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
22502 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid 23, Ohio
Maia OOce et 221 lecMd Ave., Clevelewd 14, OMe
vAfrarier FtJtrtl Savings anti Lunt Itutfttct Cirpnttiut
Bora to Mr. and Hrs
Slocum, 1716 Noble rd.,
Janice Lynn, June 8th.
Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robar, 14408 Ardenall ave., a girl,
Thbresa Isabel, June 11th.
Announce St. Mary $
Plunk Them In, Get $5.00
Appointment of Mrs. Veda
Nemecek as Director of Volunteers
at Euclid-Glenville Hospital was
announced today by Jay W. Col
lins, Executive Director.
Mrs. Nemecek replaces Mrs.
Ruth Henderlider who has held
this position for several years. Mrs.
Henderlider has resigned to
vote full time to her home
Mrs. Nemecek, who lives
22654 Chardon rd., worked
several years in an executive
pacity with the Title Insurance
Company of Minnesota, directed
by her late husband. She is a mem
ber of the Shoreview Ki-Wives,
and ha3 been a resident of Eu
clid for six years.
Collins paid tribute to the
splendid leadership given by Mrs.
Henderlider the volunteer program
at the local hospital, which has
made it one of the outstanding
programs in Ohio. He stressed the
benefits in patient care resulting
from the efforts of votunteers,
adding that approximately fifty
additional volunteers are needed
this summer to replace persons
who have had to forego their reg
ular Assignments because of school
For one thrill packed moment,
a tremendous crowd of people held
their breath to hear who would
be given a new Chrysler automo
bile. This tension packed scene
was enacted on the St. Mary’s
Church Carnival ground last Sun
day, June 26th.
East Cleveland Picnic
July 20th—Euclid Beach Park
54" TRACY DELUXE
W. F. Hann A Sons Co.
Get Your Tickets at our Store
15533 EUCLID AVENUE
ROY A. CROCK
Mr. Harmon is 24 years old. He
and his wife will be married three
years this October and expect
their first addition to the family
this August. He is employed in
the Collection Department of the
City Loan and Savings. He and
his wife are members of St. Mary’s
the sponsoring parish of the car
The winning stub was drawn
by eight- year- old Linda Zakacs,
of 15306 Holmes ave. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emil T.
Adams, 1629 Pontiac, a girl, Laurie
Ann, June 13th.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Tylka 13313 Woodworth rd., a
girl, Elizabeth, June 16th.
Painting and Decorating
Quality Work At Moderate Prices
Your Neighborhood Painter and Paperhanger
14770 EUCLID AVE.
Open Monday through Thursday
9:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M.
9:30 A.M. to 8:00 P. M.
Free Parking Next To Shore Theatre
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
“Plenty of room to pitch in the
little white ball” say Jack Klum,
Paul Dougherty and Trev Zander
as they produce evidence for the
Kiwanis Hole-in-One and Pitch
Contest now underway at Euclid
Beach Driving Range, East 167th
and Lake Shore blvd.
Two flour barrels, 45 yards from
the tee, are awaiting efforts on
the part of experts and begin
ners alike with a 85 reward while
at the 100 yard mark, a ball in
the cup will bring a |100 savings
The contest will continue from
noon to 10 p. m. daily until July
All proceeds go into the Kiwanis
Underprivileged Boys and Girls
However, before the grand
award was made, Scout Troop 285
gave away a motor scooter and
bicycle. Out of a drum, a little
girl drew the name of William
Murphy, 661 East 159th st. His
awards was an Allstate motor
scooter. William is 14 years old
and attends St. Joseph High School.
He is the son of Mrs. Laura
The next award was a deluxe
bicycle, it went to Kenneth For
tuna, 20771 Naumann ave. Kenny
is only 14 months old and the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fortuna.
Kenny has two older sisters.
Then came the grand award.
An eight-year-old girl was blind
floded with a handkerchief. Her
sleeves were rolled back and then
she was led to the drum that held
thousands of ticket stubs with
hopeful winners names and ad
dresses on them. She reached deep
into the drum and drew out the
name of Walter E. Harmon, 1278
East 170th st. He is the thrilled
owner of a brand new automobile
In Our Lady of Queen of Heaven
Church, Detroit, Mieh. on Satur
day, June 25th the Rev. Albert
Mrowka read the nuptial mass for
Beverly Mae Hodge and Arthur
E. Rocco. The ceremony was at
11 o’clock before a flower decked
altar. Miss Hodge is the daughter
of Mr. George Hodge of Ashta
bula and Mrs. Joseph Sauto of
12908 Edmonton ave., N.E. Cleve
land. She was given in marriage
by her father.
The bride was gowned in white
chantilly lace over satin. It had
a scooped neckline edged with tiny
pearls, the same motiff edging
the capped sleeves. The bodice was
attached to the simple flaired skirt
in a V effect and the gown had
a chapel train. A Juliet cap, with
pearls, held her finger tip veil.
She carried a white orchid and a
carnation on a prayer book.
Attending the couple were Miss
Shirley Hodge and Miss Shirley
Rocco with Eugene Rocco as best
man, and Leo Oliver as usher.
A dinner and reception was at
Van Dyke Recreation Hall. The
couple is motoring in the East and
will reside with the groom’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rocco,
8056 Brentwood, Detroit. He is a
graduate of Pershing High School
in Detroit. His bride graduated
from Shaw High and attended
Fenn night school.
Mrs. Thomas A. Struggles
nounces the engagement of
daughter, Susan, to Hans Christo
pher Rilling, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Reginald S. Rilling of Findlay, 0.
The wedding will take place on
AU Poultry Fresh KiUed and Processed In Our Own Plant
We Prepare Phone Orders For Your Convenient Pick-Up
COLLINWOOD POULTRY CO
14801 Saranac, North of St. Clair, West off East 152nd
Chest of Drawers,^
Bookcase Bed.... A
Saturday, July 16th in the chapel
of Windermere Methodist Church
with Dr. M. Wayne McQueen of
ficiating. Only the immediate fam
ilies will be present.
Mr. Rilling is a June graduate
of Oberlin College. He will enter
Harvard Graduate School next
September with a National Science
Foundation Fellowship in chemis
Miss Struggles, a Shaw High
graduate has been on scholarship
at Oberlin College for the past
three years. She will continue her
East Cleveland Leadei
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuya’ a County
Establ ed 1942
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
General Offices and Plant
814 East 152nd Street
C. E. BOWMAN_______________Editor
ELSA C. BERG _____ -Associate Editor
R. L. FOULKE------------ Business Mgr.
ROBT. W. MURPHY Asst. Mgr.
Right for the Holiday Weekend
DOUBLE DRESSER and MIRROR
14254 Euclid Avenue
A 79.50 MATTRESS
with purchase of any Bedroom Set during
Both Seta Pictured Are Service Cute
Open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to 9 PM, Monday cmd Saturday to 5:30 PM.
OF iYanhoe road
’We Pick Cp eel Deliver Preeerfpaeae rree*
Comer Hayden and St. Clair Ave. PO. 1-6400
WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
MARIE M. COLLINS FRANK W. SISK
Closing Out All Merchandise
(All Sales Final and For Cash Only
While Merchandise Lasts)
OPPOSITE RAPID TERMINAL
79.50 BOX SPRING
ONE WEEK ONLY
If you don't know Pharma*
ceuticals, know your Phar
macist Filling prescriptions
is our most important function. Your pre
scriptions are filled promptly and efficiently
when you bring them to us.
Something Like This!
We heard it over and
over on opening day—
along with comments
that included the words,
do come and see
TRIPLE DRESSER and MIRROR
Chest of Drawers,ftftftSO
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