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FOUR ACES CAFE Annual Clam Bake Saturday, September 10, 1955 Serving From 6 P. M. to 10 P. M. MUSIC and DANCING S3.7S Plate Call LI. 1.97M 16009 St. Clair Avenue WHITE CITY BAR 599 East 140th Street WE'RE AIR CONDITIONED Business Men's Lunch Daily FULL COURSE DINNERS Saturday, September 10th and 17th Bennie Bencin All Stars Lis Fredericks and Her Vocalist Saturday, September 24th Delicious Chicken Dinner $1.25 Served From 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. Plus Comedy Song Dance With JOE PERNA TONY ARMENTI and FRANK ANBANO For Reservations Call ULster 1-2886 flfthouncihg! A New Convenient Location To Better Serve YOU! OUR NEW OFFICE AT 565’/2 EAST 185th STREET YOU CAN BORROW the money you need to pay all outstanding bills. Just bring this ad and a complete list of all your bills to our office. We may be able to REDUCE your present payments by as much as 50%. Call or come in today. MERCHANTS finance "Where Customers Send Their Friends” HERMIT TAVERN 968 East 152nd Street CLAM BAKE Saturday, September 17, 1955 Served From 5 P. M. to 12 P. M. Hearts of Celery Radish Buds Olives Young Green Onions Clam Broth with Saltine Crackers 'i Cherry Stone Clams with Drawn Butter Broiled 11b. African Rock Lobster Tail with Cream Slaw One-Half Milk Fed Broiler Candied Sweet Potato Fresh Com on Cob Chilled Fresh Cantaloupe or Home Made Pumnkin Pte with Whipped Cream Roll and Butter Coffee, Tea or Milk Drr Sherrv Wine $6.25 Bake With Just Broiled 1# African Bock Lobster............................ Tail S5.25 Baked With Juit Milk Fed Breiler PLUS 3% SALES TAX SPECIAL MUSIC For Reservations Phone GL. 1-2192 DAVID'S LOAN CO. SINCE 1921 LIBERAL LOANS ON DIAMONDS WATCHES SHOTGUNS TOOLS CAMEf&S MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TYPEWRITERS, ETC. Liberty 1-8699 15207 St. Clair Avenue OUT OF PAWN GOODS FOR SALE IV. 6-0225 .64.25 Reading Clubs Close With Good Record The last week of the library reading clubs brought a burst of energy from some of the tardy club members. 35 Davy Crocketts ANTIQUE CLOCKS CLOCK REPAIRING C. S. MILLS 1348 East 187th IV. 1*5680 Bheumatism-Arthritis NEURITIS SCIATICA Kelief from these torturing pains or no charge. An absolute proven remedy. Only one trip required. Disabled per sons may send a friend. 455 East State St., Sharon, Pa. Office hours, Monday. to Friday. 10 to 6. Sunday 10 to 4||Dreifort, 1021 Nelaview.k Permanently located. 15619 WATERLOO ROAD 6131 3496 ST. CLAIR AVE. EAST 93rd ST stars for 24 club books. Among the younger boys and girls 6 began a second bookmark, while two boys started a third bookmark. 11 Makes That New Car Come True Select the car you like have US arrange a low-cost loan to suit your needs. RE-PAY MONTHLY AIIY nr IMAAUE OUT Or INCOME II hVnil RlinCFT PI AM SCHOOL SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE Free Pencil er Sucker With Purchase HALBERGS WALLPAPER & PAINT 1S404 WATERLOO ROAD IVanhoc 1-6408 MEATS FREEZERS SAVE UP TO 40% Buy Direct From Wholesaler HINDS OF BEEF SIDES OF BEEF LET US ASSIST YOU The six “Bookmarkers” who are: Marsh Chase, Joyce Dannemiller, Kenton Meredith, Darlene Reesor, Dana Shoes, Robin Yaxley. The two who began a third brary. Something of a record has been set by the number of older club members who have completed their 12 books this week. There are 35 in all, and they are as follows: Kathy Atchison, 3399 Lownsdale Lois Blood, 912 Whitby Janis Briggs, 838 Caledonia Larry Chal sant, 1414 East 131st st. Susan Charman, 15612 Oakhill Barbara Costigan, 1339 East 142nd st. Peggy Crysler, 2067 Taylor Wil liam Dagg, 1015 Greyton Janet Donna Elfland, 932 Dresden 11Judy Frey, 1358 East 139th at. II MEMBER F. O. I. C. NORTH AMERICAN BANK Sally Tucker, Eileen Vladic, Rita Yaxley, 39c ib. COLE'S MEATS 28805 Lake Shore Blvd. 33c m. No Charge For Cutting W-L 3 2366 CHAMBERS CLOTHING SALE DATES Mrs. Gee. White, wishes to re mind the Annual Fall Clothing Sale will be held September 26 27-28th. Acceptance day will be Monday, September 26th from 10:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 to 9:00 p. m. Here’s an opportunity for moth ers to cash in on children’s out grown fall and winter wearing apparel. Only clean clothing in good condition will be accepted. East Cleveland PTA Council is ready to start a busy year with these new officers: President, Mrs. Robert N. Weis Vice Presi dent, Mrs. Budd Andrews Honor ary Vice President, Dr. L. L. Meyers Secretary, Mrs. William E. Morris Treasurer, Mrs. George White, Historian, Mrs. Arthur Madson. The first meeting will be held Thursday, September 15th, in the Prospect School PTA room. The toinette Gattozzi, 2257 Taylor Geraldine Gleisius, 940 Dresden (the meeting. All members please Sue Griffith, 2021 Taylor Tom ||plan attend. .... Hanger. 890 Eloise Richard Hol- ..................................“ lister, 3410 Lownsdale. Also Jann Horning, 970 Selwyn Linda Hughes, 1286 Carlyon Diane Ivone, 13312 Woodworth Beverly Jones, 1025 Nelaview Marilyn Jones, 1025 Nelaview Ruth Krause, 2188 Taylor Marcia Kruse, 1119 Selwyn Aimee Jo Lavik, 932 Whitby Nancy Miller 1277 East 137th st. In order that all eight East Cleveland Schools become better acquainted with the function of the council, meetings will be held at each school in turn. East Cleveland PTA Council is sponsoring a three meeting series Study Course on the Manual, which PTA members are urged to attend. These meeting will be on Also Jack O’Brien, 1616 Elberon Sally Olson, 891 Caledonia Donna po 11:00 a. m. at the Prospect Petti, 15999 Neladale Jay Previte, I School PTA room. ■■832 Helmsdale Marvin Price, 948 I Each assignment, announces Mrs. Ifirunskick Mary Richards, 2164 |Weis, should be completed before IlTaylor Patrick Rooney 133131 the meeting so that more time Milan Kathy Stevenson, 902 Thomas Andrews, 1730 Northfield II Doiofps Cianciolo 1717 Lakefront lw,H b« um. Konstantz, 15629 Euclid Patricia Lansen, 13510 Milan. Also i Potomac Nelaview Nelaview Beaumont Ardenall Savannah. Sharon Martin, Margaret Reed, Susan Smoyer, available for ||Helmsdale. answer Perlod on individual UR DUUUCI FLAR The following have earned two |unit needs._____________________ red stars by reading 24 club books Approval within 24 hours... N Claire Andrews, 1730 Northfield Slop in now for all the facts. a question Service Clubs 139151 East Cleveland Lion member I Charles Hilles is moving West 135*5 because of health. He is associated 14800 I with the Swartwout Co. 14403 1 ... 'lions conference A conference of Instructions for the officers and directors of all Lions Clubs in (Northeastern Ohio) will be held at the Carter Hotel starting at 1 p. m. Sunday, September 11th. The Conference has been ar ranged by District Governor Eu gene A. Sandals, Jr. Separate Con ference Group for the various offi cers will be held with members of the Governor's Cabinet acting as Moderators. Dr. Richard A. Self, director of Lions International, will direct the Conference and will be the speaker at the dinner following. High Twelve Club of East Cleve- INVITATIONS 0 ANNOUNCEMENTS INFORMALS ACCESSORIES NATIONAL WITH YOUR WEDDING PLANS You may select your wodding Invitations, Announcomontt and Accessories with I. wnploto confidence ae fa quality and corroclnott af farm. V W| ALSO HAVf MRSONAtlXIt WIDSINS NAPKINS, MATCH!* AND CAKI BOXtS The SCOOP 114 EaM ISlnd Stmt OLwivilla 14313 On Tuesday, September 27th Mn Martin Diatrirt Dir.rtnr will units. All other persons interested please contact Mrs. Weis, EN. 2-4258. PROSPECT GOAL IS MORE DADS School started this week, but the Prospect PTA began with a assured they’ll meet with your attention in the future. The Prospect Clothing Sale is the beginning of the active sched ule—so get ready for it! Receiving starts Monday the 19th at 9:30 a. m. Sale hours are Tuesday from 1:30 to 3:30 and from 7 to 9 p. m. with bargains for the leftovers will be on sale Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. A goal of Prospect PTA for the 1955-56 year zis “More Dads” so arned to be prepared ivorite fella. dW ft W -ft v. v, Frantz, daughter of Mr. J. Frantz of 1860 Rox- Marion and Mrs. District 13-F Stage Dancing, appeared on relent Parade, WXEL, Sunday, September 2nd. Marion was one dance for this program. Marion says register now for full classes at any one of the three Blevins schools. Home studio 15725 Euclid ave., East Cleveland, between Noble and Taylor rds. Euclid Studio—758 East 222nd st. Willowick Studio 31011 Lake Shore Blvd, at Vine in the Vasa Club. Ages 8-103. Phone GL. 1-9766. We teach all types of dancing. Also acrobatic, aerial and boys* tumbling. *Baton and Majorette Training. Tiny Tots Women’s Limbering. Pre-Teen and Teen Ballroom. UFB ACCIDINT ■EALTH ■DUSEHOID AVTOMOBOI BUSINESS FIRE Call ROY C. 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