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COLLINWOOD'S OLDEST AUTO DEALER
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WMihgd Chyayemehti
Tauch-Berry
Trinity Methodist Church in Flint,
Mich., was the scene of the marriage
on Saturday, October 22nd, of Darla
Jean Berry and John D. Tauch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Tauch
of 1990 Stanwood rd., East Cleve
land. Miss Berry is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Berry of
Flint.
For the candlelight ceremony the
bride wore a lovely waltz-length
gown of white crystallette with
touches of Chantilly lace. She car
ried a white Bible with a white or
chid.
Mrs. Janies L. Mann of Belton,
Texas, sister of the bride, was the
matron of honor and the bridesmaids
were Mrs. Thomas Pulliam, Miss
Marcia Jackson and Miss Jerry
Coultes. Mrs. Mann was attired in
a frock of coral net with Chantilly
lace and similarly designed frocks
in green or pink were worn by the
maids. The junior attendants were
Debbie Chew, a cousin, as flower
girl, and Bruce Cameron was ring
bearer.
Best man for his brother was
Carl D. Tauch of Denver, Colo. Ush
ers were Peter Revere and Warren
Rorden, both of Westfield, N. J.,
and Thomas Pulliam.
The bridegroom is a student at
General Motors Institute in Flint.
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Gall, the
maternal grandparents, and Mrs.
J. D. Shaw, an aunt of the groom,
came from Buffalo, N. Y. to East
Cleveland to accompany Mr. and
Mrs. Tauch, parents of the groom,
to the wedding.
Smith-Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett A. Smith,
3264 Rumson rd., Cleveland
Heights, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Nancy Harriet,
to Dennis R. Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald G. Smith, 14605 Drex
more rd., Shaker Heights.
Miss Smith is a senior at Ohio
State University and a member of
Delta Omicron sorority. She par
ticipated in the music festival at
Tanglewood, Massachusetts, this
past summer.
Mr. Smith, a senior at Denison
University, is a member of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
The wedding will take place next
summer.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Leicher-Engli ah
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and Mrs. Joseph J. Leicher.
Mr.
former residents of East Cleveland,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Anita to Forrest English,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen English
of this city. Both Miss Leicher and
her fiance are graduates of Shaw
High School.
The Mail Box
To the Editor:—
Good Morning—
As an interested reader of your
interesting paper, please accept my
congratulations on stressing spell
ing of “CHRISTMAS” in your This
‘N’ That column this issue.
Keep up the good effort.
Very truly yours,
E. H. Shneider,
1298 East 133rd st.
November 17, 1955
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First Auto Queen Contest Signs Up:
Entry Deadline Is Monday, Dec. 5th
Hay, girls!
You have less than two weeks in
which to enter the contest spon
sored by the East Cleveland Leader
for Miss East Cleveland of the 1956
Cleveland Automobile Show. Mid
night, Monday, December 5th is the
closing date.
Pick up your entry blank at your
automobile dealer showroom, fill it
out and send it in with your picture
before December 5th.
Remember, as Miss East Cleve
land, you w’ill reign during the
9-day Automobile Show at the
Cleveland Public Auditorium, Sat
urday, January 21st through Sun
day, January 29th.
First entrance from E. Cleveland
is Barbara Jayne JficKnight of 1733
Holyoke ave.
Seal Artist
Jean Simpson, designer of
the 1955 Christmas Seal will be in
Cleveland Wednesday, November
30th. as guest at the semi-annual
meeting of the board of trustees of
the Anti-Tuberculosis League. Miss
Simpson is the fourth woman de
signer of Christmas Seals since
Emily Bissell created the first
American Christmas Seal in 1907.
Dr. Julius Wilson, director of medi
cal education for the National
Tuberculosis Association will speak.
Both Miss Simpson and Dr. Wilson
will appear on TV and radio pro
grams.
City Manager Chas. A. Carran
and Mrs. Elva H. Evans, 2155
North Taylor rd., director of the
Council and the League for Nurs
ing are trustees.
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The Cleveland Automobile Deal
ers’ Association, through its show
committee, will present the winner
with a beautiful evening gown and
other queenly appurtenances, with
training by an outstanding chore
ographer, with expense money dur
ing the training session and show,
and with a eash gift at the close of
the show.
Any young lady not less than 16
nor more than 30 years of age,
weighing not less than 110 nor
more than 130 pounds, and standing
not less than five feet two nor more
than five feet seven tall is eligible
providing she is unmarried and is
not a professional model.
Next week, the East Cleveland
Leader will announce the date, time
and place the judging will be held.
Selection of the queen will be made
by a panel of expert judges pro
vided by the Automobile Show com
mittee and will take place in a beau
tiful setting in a downtown Cleve
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