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Thursday, September 1, 195*
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Bake With Just Broiled 1# African
Rock Lobster......................... Tail $5.25
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Saturday, September 17, 1955
Hearts of Celery Radish Buds
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"We
BACK TO
Giving of their experiences in a
special way to the Hilltop Garden
Club are the past presidents work
ing together as the Past Presidents
Council.
Shown are these members of the
Council: Back row, left to right:
Mrs. Ernest G. Wilson, Mrs. W.
Dauber, Mrs. Wm. J. Taylor.
Seated: Mrs. Ernest P. Moslo, Mrs.
Joseph W. Milin, Mrs. Herbert C.
Wunderlich. The president, Mrs.
Einar J. Olsen was not present for
the picture.
Every summer, Hilltop Garden
Club visits two of its members.
This combined meeting was held
last Tuesday at which time the Past
President’s Council accented the
club’s three point program of
Grow Arrange Share.
The first hostess, Mrs. Richard
P. Wolf, 1963 Brainard rd., in
Lyndhurst, has carried the color of
her ranch home patio into her
flower borders with “shocking
pink” petunias, white paint and
green shrubbery. The home of the
second hostess, Mrs. Robert J.
Irwin, 4911 Middledale rd., Lynd
hurst, has an informal, open gar
den bornered with flowering an-
Our GI’s
Taking basic training as new
enlistee is Elliott Gussow, a June
Shaw High School graduate. He is
stationed at the U. S. Air Force
base at Geneva, N. Y. and his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gussow of 1610 Elberon
visited him recently.
We
SENIORS
*5.46 *7.95
ACCORDING TO STYLE AND SIZE
eve.
Don
and
ave.
Recent Army inductees are
Schultz, 14263 Superior rd.
Arnold Ruspak, 13318 Shaw
Cpl. Philip Vaughan sailed
week with the First Marine
this
Air
Wing for a year of overseas duty.
Phil, who has been stationed at
San Francisco since completing
basic training left from the Marine
Base at El Taro. The home address
is 14311 Alder ave.
The LEADER Has the Bayers
Give Eagle Stamps
Take Pride In Our Fitting**
parents
SCHOOL STYLES
At the head of the class because they’re
so smart... always ready with the
right answer for day-in, day-out
comfort, nigged durability. Jumping*
Jack Seniors and Parties, for youngsters
4 to 10, make good foot health
as simple as A-B-Ct
i
SA8T CLEVELAND LEADER
Expert Gardeners Lend A Hand
nuals and backed with perennials
shrubbery and evergreens.
In each home, the Past Presi
dent’s Council placed “prize” ar
rangements where they contributed
to and accented the decor of the
room.
A chest in a bedroom, a TV in a
breezeway, even shelves in a
powder room received “treatment”
from experts. Mrs. Einar J. Olsen
is president of the Council and Mrs.
Joseph W. Millin is chairman of the
working committee.
Mrs. Roy T. Koelliker and her
Hostesses, Mrs. Wendall H. Abbott,
Mrs. Earl V. Chamberlin, Mrs.
Ernest V. Evans, Mrs. Basil J.
Spellen, Mrs. Fred Suppes and Mrs.
Elmer F. Wolfe, served tea, at the
Irwins.
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Labor Day
Reading Club
Dead Line
This is the last week of the
summer reading clubs at the East
Cleveland Library. No more re
ports will be accepted after Labor
Day. During the summer a total
of 1,24,6 have enjoyed the clubs in
four libraries, 797 of the younger
children in the Bookmark Club and
449 of the older boys and girls in
the Davy Crockett Reading Club.
During the past week 15 older
readers have won a red star by
completing 12 club books. They
are:
Janet Gans, 12804 Phillips Betty
Hanel, 1630 Lakefront Patricia
Jacobucci, 14308 Mayfair Jean
Mary Kadis, 14112 Ardenall Carol
Kren, 1257 East 143rd Carolyn
McGregor, 13807 Savannah Gene
May, 14121 Bardwell Harry Miller,
1053 Carlyon Thomas Poley, 14108
Castalia Diane Riehl, 15515 Oak
hill Mary Scully, 14114 Strath
more Sally Stewart, 16295 Oak
hill Jan Van Voorhis, 2028 Han
over Elaine Whigham, 14009
Northfield John Winning, 1441
East 134th st.
Seven more have added a second
red star by reading a total of 24
books: They are:
Bonny Jo Goldwyn, 1751 Wy
more Anne Lyndall, 942 Whitby
Isabel Monreal, 1805 Vassar Edith
Kay Peg, 1261 East 146th st.
Joyce Quigley, 3303 Fourth Lil-
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East Cleveland Leadei
A Newspaper of General Ciroulatfoa
in Cuyahoca County
Established 1943
Pubiished Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers of
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and
The SCOOP
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liann Scheel, 14116 Mayfair Di
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Among the younger club mem
bers six have started on their
second bookmarks this week by
reading 28 or more club books.
They are:
Barbara Baker, Paula Dennis,
Pamela Gillie, Cynthia Marsh,
Thomas Simon, Joseph Suszter.
Vance Linamen from North
Branch Library is now filling his
third bookmark by reading more
than 56 club books.
Club parties will be held in the
fall, at which time bookmarks will
be returned to their owners, and
diplomas and honor ribbons
awarded to the older boys and
girls. All who are eligible to at
tend will be notified.
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