13939 Euclid Av.nu.
OPEN EVERY DAY
TUBES CHECKED WHILE U WAIT
WIND-A-MEER RADIO & TV
O. P. CARABOTTA
(Wind-A-Meer Theatre at'Dlff/'i' Customer Parking
I Bldg.) eEHVlGE in Rear
1955 SPALDING AUTOGRAPH MODELS
Set of S Irons, Reg. $32.50 .............. $22.50
Set of 8 Irons, Reg. $52.00 .............$36.00
Set of 3 Woods. Reg. $30.00 ............$20.70
Kroflite Irons '5*. Reg. $45.00 ..........$31.90
BOBBY JONES REGISTERED CLUBS
Set of 8 Irons. Reg. $115.00 .............. $76.00
Set of 3 Wc I, Reg. $63.00 .......... $42.00
Set of 4 Reg. $84.00 $56.00
Also Some Wilson and Grand Slam Clubs
ALL TOYS 25% OFF!
Steam Irons. Reg. $17.95 ... $10.77
Toasters. Reg. $19.95 ........... $13.90
Toasters. Reg. $27.50 ..............$19.80
Regular $29.95 .......................$21.90
Portable Mixers, Reg. $19.50 $13.90
Many Other Genuine Bargains
In Famous Brands
FOR LENTEN MEALS
CUT UP CHICKEN
DRESSED IN OUR OWN PLANT
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A.M. to 6 P.M. N ext To The Cleveland Trust Bank
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Back Canvas Bag
Remington MOS 870 Pump
Some Hi-Power Rifles
Included at Substantial
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$49.95 Value with the Purchase of a
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13612 Euclid Ave. 25801 Euclid Ave.
Forest Hills Center O Euclid-Richmond Center
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MRS. JOSEPH THOME
What part of
Axe you getting your fair share oi the money you
earn? Or do you pay everybody else ... the
butcher, the baker, the electric-light maker
and fail to keep a cut of your paycheck for your
self? Start now to make sure you do get your
share save before you spend. First thing
every payday, deposit a part of your earnings
with this bank ... get the habit of saving regu
larly, and see how fast your money grows.
Open Your Savings Account Today!
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EAST CLEVELAND SAVINGS
and LOAN Company
1373 HAYDEN near SHAW UL I -0600
Mambst laderot Home Loon Bonk Sys’en (nv.Vrnentj (mured to $10,000.00
To Parade Spring Modes
The new and lovely 1956 attire
for “Mama” anchher friends will
be shown and Hilda’s Children
Apparel Shop, will feature the
latest for the younger set.
Gift certificates as well as a
new G. E. Roll-A-Way Vacuum
Cleaner will be given away.
Proceeds of this year’s show will
pay for air conditioning the labor
room and recovery rooms in the
hospital which will provide added
comfort sorely needed.
Professionals will model the
ladies clothes and Marie Miller’s
Dance Studio has chosen the chil
dren models from their classes,
most of whom are youngsters of
board members. They are Jan
Crowley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
J. Crowley, East 196th st. Bar
bara and Marilyn Modlin, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Modlin and the Carr twins, Cor
inne and Cathleen, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Don Carr, 91 East
The flower decorations for the
background are designs by Olga
Mrs. Earle Mueller, is the chair
man of this worthy event, along
with Mrs. J. Collins, co-chairman,
Mrs. Herbert P. Janke, Mrs. J.
Dempsey, Mrs. T. P. Herrick, Mrs.
Myron Hill, Mrs. A. Knaus, Mrs.
Douglas G. Brown. Mrs. B. C.
Alcorn, Mrs. Howard Abrams, Mrs.
Richard Taylor, Mrs. James Smith
and Mrs. Edward Brauer.
Storm Window and Screen Service
Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned
By K. Hamlin
With Spring just around the
corner and an early Easter holi
day, what more appropriate time
for the Junior Board of Euclid
Glenville Hospital to hold annual
style show—one of its outstanding
enterprises of the year?
“Fashion Review” as it is titled
this year will be Wednesday, Feb
ruary 29th, at the Lake Theater
at 1:30 p. m.
13018 Forest HUI Ave. GL. 1-7482
Evening LI. 1-9447
12538 Euclid Ave.
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8:30 to 4:00 SATURDAY
Underground water Mnoe Installed
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Plumbing Repairs of All Kinds
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Blue Pike Fillet Broiled Halibut Steak o Breaded Deep Sea Scallops Broiled Rod Snapper
Fillet of Sole Broiled Salmon Steak o Broiled Swordfish Steak o Select Fried Oysters
e BREADED FANTAIL JUMBO SHRIMP SEAFOOD PLATTER
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Busy with last minute arrange
ments for the Euclid-Glenville
Junior Board style show are left
to right: Corinne and Cathleen
Carr, Mrs. J. Collins, Mrs. Earle
Mueller, chairman and Mary Janet
The Woman’s Association of
Windermere Presbyterian Church
will meet Tuesday, February 28th
for hospital sewing and quilting.
The Rev. J. Franklyn McHendry,
the minister will give a Lenten
talk. Lunch will be served by
Mrs. James Surgeon and Mrs. C.
R. Baker. Mrs. F. W. Shepard
will lead the devotions.
E. R. Wagenals, vice president
of Clevite Brush Development
Co., will address the Brotherhood
of Calvary Lutheran Church, Fri
day, February 24th. A dinner at
6:30 opens the meeting. The talk
will include a number of scien
tific demonstrations. Reserva
tions through the church office.
Circle of the Church of the
Cross will meet Tuesday evening,
February 28th at 8 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Adams,
1669 Bayr rd. Mrs. W. H. Crain
is the assisting hostess.
This being “Catholic Press
Month”, at the regular monthly
meeting of St. Philomena’s held
Thursday, February 23rd, the
members will have an opportunity
to become better acquainted with
the library which the Guild spon
At this meeting there will he
a book exhibit of choice material
for Lenten reading. All of the
ladies are invited to attend and
make their personal selection.
Coffee will be served and a
pleasant social evening is prom
The Women’s Bible class of
Windermere Presbyterian Church
will meet at the church March 1st,
at 7:45 p. m. to join in the Len
ten service led by their minister,
J. Franklyn McHendry.
The Philathea Class of the East
Cleveland Baptist Church, 14516
Euclid ave. (comer of Rosemont
rd.), are happy to announce that^
on Thursday evening, March Ist^
at 8:00 p. m. they again are hav
ing a review of “Song of Norway**
which is the life of Grieg. Along
with the review will be slides.
Refreshments will be served. All
are welcome to attend.
On Tuesday, February 28th, Miss
Mildred Arnold of the National,
staff of the American Baptist]
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Convention will conduct s program
of demonstration teaching. This
program* which begins at 7:15
p. m. is open to all teachers and
parents, but will be focused on
the Primary Age leveL
The Presbytery of Cleveland is
planning a celebration to mark 150
years of Presbyterian activity in the
Greater Cleveland area. The pro
gram involves raising a half-mil
lion dollars for Presbyterian ex
pansion in the Presbytery between
now and 1960. This will be one of
the greatest accomplishments of the
55 churches in the Presbytery, or
for any group of churches in the
Among those named to serve on
committees are for members of
First Presbyterian Church, East
Cleveland. They are Lee Canfield.
George Mead, Marion Powell and
Marjorie Willoughby, all assigned
to the Publicity Committee.
The Mail Bag
On behalf of the 40,000 men and
women who earnestly dedicated
themselves to the 1956 March of
Dimes campaign to combat polio,
we want to thank you and your
paper’s interest and complete co
operation in the Mothers March on
Polio just completed.
Without the help of your staff
and pages, it is doubtful whether
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the contributing public would have
responded aa well as they did this
“Polio Is Not Licked Yet.** There
is much research and development
to be done. We feel that through
these contributions to the March of
Dimes, the dreaded disease will
eventually be wiped out.
Contributions are providing for
care and treatment of patients now
suffering with polio, further re
search by Dr. Jonas 8alk and his
colleagues to prevent the disease,
and the training of men and women
in medicine and physical therapy.
Again, we appreciate the function
of your newspaper in making our
drive a successsful one.
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