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Open Thursday, Friday find Monday Evenings Til 9 P.M, REG. 2.94 VALUE JfV 00 7 CASE BEVERAGETOWN I 1493 Hayden Ave. Next To Library GLenville 1-3211 Homo Delivery Window Displays Mark Birthday The Girl Scout and Brownie Troops of Caledonia will start Girl Scout Week on March llth-18th by attending church services at the Church of the Cross at 10:45. The Caledonia District will have a Hand-Craft display in the win dow of Nolan Hardware on Noble rd. Program Consultant (third from left) is Mrs. F. M. Griffith, 2021 Taylor rd., whose own son Mark acts as subject for the Child Care Merit Project for Troop 434. Cal edonia School Girl Scouts work- SHERMAN PUPPET THEATRE Parties. Schools, Churches, Clubs, Mother-Daughter, Father-Son Banquets PA. 1-0043 MUSIC FOR ALL ACCASIONS Two Piece Ensemble ACCORDION end DRUMS IV. 1-7145 LIVE FRESH POULTRY COLLINWOOD POULTRY & FEED 14801 SARANAC PHONE MU. 1-2041 Fabulous FABRIC SALE! 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"Ever- AH BC glaze" finish, washable in a fine selection of Jr plains and prints. reb. 7Vc value Sanforized DENIM 9 STORES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 706 East 185th St. Shorefate Eastfate Euclid Superior SHOPPING CENTER SHOPPING CENTER SHOPPING CENTER SHOPPING CENTER IV. 1-6832 WI. 34)600 HI. 2-7070 OL. 1-8523 39‘ Sturdy, long wearing denim in a wide range of colors and irridescent i a e i. Ideal for sportswear, slip covers, spreads and drapes. RES. SVC VALUE •“i n i HHVl EAST CLEVELAND LEADER 7 S J1 SB?- ‘w. kIMM & ing on this Merit Badge are from left to right and aroun dthe Circle: Sue Griffith, Helen Robertson, program consultant Mrs. F. M. Griffith, Jade Green, Elaine Gould, Alary Gabriel, Ginger Hazlett and Pat Havas. Leader of Troop 434 is Mrs. George O. Gould, 3349 Sylvanhurst rd. Their projects are displayed by pictures in Caledonia district Girl Scout Week window at Nolan Hardware Co., 2196 Noble rd. TROOP 146. Troop 146 of Caledonia will hold a Court of Awards on Tuesday, March 13th at the home of Mrs. Fred Rose, 16233 Cleviden rd. The following girls will receive their second class badge: Judy Adams, Ingrid Carlson, Peggy Crysler, Ruth Ann Ercius, Ruth Ellen Fer guson, Patty Fouts, Ellen Gard iner, JoAnn Grant, Kay Hermon, Jann Horning, Joanne Kitson, Karen Kruse, Marlene Marquette, Kathy Moore, Linda Roberts, Elizabeth Rose, Dianno Senger, Linnea Stroberg, Sue Ohman, Dianne Gouger, Phyllis Wood worth, Suzanne Skinner. Dorothy Sue Johnston, who has transferred from Parma to Troop 146 will fly-up on this date. e News for this column must be received no later than Monday. A REPORT FROM EAST DISTRICT In observance of their 43rd birthday anniversary, March 11th 18th, window displays are being arranged, posters are in the mak ing, and worship services are be ing held. The Nah-to-Ma-Chick, Chambers and Kirk Jr. High groups are decorating a window at North Branch Library, 1481 Hayden ave. Puppets made by district members will be featured at Mildred’s Beauty Salon, 15050 Euclid ave. Nancy Klein, Claudia Kraber, Sally Ojala and Barbara Masley of Wa-Di-Ta and Cra-Yo-Te-Ka at Chambers and Prospect schools, are making the Birthday Posters to be shown about town. Prospect School will set up its display in the showcase in school. Diners out will find Camp Fire tent minatures on the table at their favorite restaurant. WORSHIP REHEARSALS All Camp Fire and Bluebirds wishing to participate in the re ligious services March 11th must attend rehearsals as follows: Prot estants at East Cleveland Con gregational Church, Euclid at Page, Saturday, 10:00 p. m. Catholics: Rehearsal at St. John Cathedral, Saturday at 1:30 p. m. e Following the birthday theme “Sow Seeds, Reap Friendships”, the wonderful Blue Birds, Cham bers School, took a field trip to North Branch Library and heard the story of “Johnny Appleseed”. They took out books on gardening. e Mrs. Paul Phipps is teaching Wonderful Blue Birds and Cin derella Blue Birds embroidery stitches and they will make ker chiefs. Mrs. Kathryn Karwaki, 1713 Shaw ave. is the leader of both groups, although her child is a boy, aged 21 months. ST. PHILOMENA Leaders and Troop committee of St. Philomena’s Girl Scout have nominated the following officials for the next year: Mrs. John L. Turner, chairman Mrs. Jess Robinson, assistant IOANS for HOME NEEDS A low-cost loan will help you perk up your home now For home improve ments ... furniture. You cen pay oh loan in easy monthly 1 installments NORTH AMERICAN BANK 1541* WATERLOO RD Bill Sv Clair Avt. 349* Bait *3ae Strut chairman Mrs. Laverne Lawrence, secretary Mrs. Frank Marolt, treasurer Mrs. Geo. Schmits, sec ond delegate. Special chairmen: Mrs. Joseph Dragga, calendar Mrs. D. R. Boyle, cookie Mrs. Geo. Huberty, jr., outdoor Mrs. Ivan Benjamin, public relation Mrs. Victor Wash ner, world friendship Mrs. Wm. Altekruse, assistant. v "Worship God” is the first law of Camp Fire and East District Camp Fire Girls are attending worship services during their 46th anniversary week as follows: Holy Hour, Sunday, March 11th at St. John’s Cathedral, spon sored by the CYO. East Cleveland girls taking part in the Living Rosary are: Helen Fox, Mary Lynn Haley, Georgia Hart, Mary K. Marvin from Wa-Di-Ta Janice Guyler, Karin Gallo and Cheryl Missbach from Cha-Yo-Te-Ka. Protestant services will be held in the East Cleveland Congrega tional Church, Sunday, March 11th at 4:00 p. m. There will be an all Camp Fire choir, proces sional and a candle lighting cere mony. Jewish services will be held in Heights Community Temple, March 16th from 8:00 to 9:45 p. m. The subject for the evening will be “United Youth Groups.” The girls will be wearing their red, white and blue uniforms at the services which are open to the public. Films Mt. Olive Lutheran Church pre sents the Martin Luther film on Friday, March 16th, at 8 p. m. at the Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 1930 Cliffview rd., about two blocks south of Euclid are., just at the top of the hill. This film has been shown in one of Cleveland’s downtown theaters a few years ago. It is the biography of the great reformer, Martin Luther. Here is an opportunity to see a well made movie about an historic ally important man. Free will offer ing—no admission charge. Movies about Mexico will be shown at the East Cleveland Li brary on Wednesday evening, March 14th, at 8 p. m. "Mexican Village Family” shows how, a Mexican family meets its basic needs by farming and home crafts in which the entire family parti cipates. "Quetzalcoatl” retells the ’legend of Quetzalcoatl, the "fair est god” of the Aztecs, by means of the masks, statuettes and other artifacts produced by the pre Columbian Indians of Mexico. Also to be shown is "History of the Helicopter” which portrays the development of the rotating wing aircraft from the visionary drawings of Leonardo da Vinci tc the troop-carrying giants of today FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Hayden Ave. at Claiborne Rd. JAMES E. HUNTON Minister ROBERT WITBECK Assoc. Minteter MORNING WORSHIP 10:45 A. M. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 A. M. YOUNG PEOPLE 6:30 P. M. EVENING SERVICE 7:30 P. M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Each Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Eastside Christian and MISSIONARY ALLIANCE Eatf Cleveland Woman'* Club 1747 Lakefront Avenue TalaehM* POtemec 1-4778 Dear Reader: God ha* sent the "Good News" at salvation into all the world tor a witness that He is not willing that any should perish. Therefor*, th* missionary work of th* church should occupy the meet prominent place in the program. How many miseionariee have you heard? How many do you know per sonally? Would you like to meet some who have just lately returned from th* foreign field? Or see picture* of their work on the foreign field? Our Annual Missionary Convention bogins March 14 at 1747 Lakefront Then we will moot at the Chambers Elementary School on Shaw Avenue, March 15, 16 and 17. The Sunday Service* will be at 1747 Lakefront You will enjoy each of these inspir ing, informative service*. Pleas* come. Pastor. 8. F. Porter Regular Service* Sunday Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 M. Spurts EAST CLEVELAND YMCA CHURCH "B”LEAGUE In last Friday’s games, Church of the Cross lost by forfeit to Win dermere Methodist, and Forest Hills Presbyterian trounced East Cleve land Baptist, 52-27. Linn scored 24 for Forest Hills and Funk had 15 for East Cleveland. This Friday, Church of the Cross plays Forest Hills Presbyterian at 7:30 and First Presbyterian plays Windermere Methodist at 8:30. EAST CLEVELAND YMCA SR. "B” LEAGUE Last Tuesday night Hamilton In surance maintained their first place standing by winning over Dean’s Dairy, 50-47. The winning margin was a technical foul shot and two free throws made within the final minute of play. Frak had 15 points for Dean’s and Grunwald and Skin ner had 12 each for Hamilton’s. In the second game Diamond’s Men’s Shop beat Edward’s Funeral Home 53-45. Daly had 14 points for the winners and Fish 16 for the losers. In the final game East Cleveland Savings and Loan upset Paul’s Res taurant 50-48 as Komoski stole the ball and put in a layup with less than 10 seconds remaining to give East Cleveland the victory. Paugh scored 13 for the winners and Hen derson collected 16 points for Paul’s. Both Church and Senior "B” Leagues wind up their regular sea son play next week. Windermere Methodist Church Euclid Av*, at Holyoke Church School—9:30 A.M. Worship Service—10:45 A.M. Youth Groups 6:30 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. Sermon Subject "Draw Near and Believe" M. Ways* McQueen, D.D., Minister give em the gate Eliminate Garbage Cans and Rubbish Burners GET YOURSELF A modern GAS incinerator I Sixteen troops of over 200 girls will usher in Girl Scout Week in Champronel Neighborhood at Win dermere Methodist Church Friday, March 9th in a “Hands Around the World” program. March 12th is the 44th birthday of Girl Scouts in the United States. One girl from each troop will join hands around the globe to symbolize World Friendship. Pictured, reading left to right are: Margaret Green, Janet Kerr, Lois Spring, Joanne Franz, Dor othy Barnes, Dabney Saunders, Sharon Brozell, Maryann Wright, Barbara Main, Myra Rohde, Susan Linthicum, Linda Colt, Lynelle Warren, Gypsy Jones, Sandra Wright. CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13100 Euclid at Lockwood Robert H. Secrist, Pastor Service: 10:45 A. M. 9:30 Church School YOU ARE WELCOME .JU--:- GAS INCINERATOR Featuring: POWER DOOR POWER BURNER 100% SAFETY CONTROLS 4 HOUR TIMER CAST IRON GRATES BLUE PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH TRINITY EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH .... .. 1 l^*!. 1 11 WORKS LIKE MAGIC! jgClA^ n n N A A If FURNACE U U nil A V 11 1523 EAST 45h ST., CLEVELAND 3, OHIO Thursday, March 8, 1958 A daughter, Deborah Lynn, was born February 10th to Mr. and Mrs. James North, Bay Village. Mr. North was formerly physical director at the East Cleveland YMCA. St James Lutheran Church (United Lutheran Church In America) 1424 Haydon Avenue ROBERT BARKLEY, Pastor Worship Service: 10:45 A. M. Church School: 9:30 A. M. Lenten Vespers Wednesdays, 7:45 P. M. WINDERMERE Presybterian Church Established 1896 Yew family Church in th* Heart at Ca*i Cleveland 9:30—Chunk Scheel Nwrcery Care Oarln* Cherek 11:04—Memhi* Wenhly EUCLID at WINDERMERE Opposite East Cleveland Library PARABLES OF THE PASSION No. 4—"Caught Without Batteries" Rev. J. Franklin McHendry St Paul's Episcopal Church 15837 EUCLID AVENUE East Cleveland, Ohio 8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion. 9:30 A.M.—Morning Prayer Family Service, Sunday School.all grades. 11:15 AM—Morning Prayer and Sermon (Sunday School—Nursery Through Primary) Bev. Canon Laurane* H. Halt Beeter Bev. Robert X. Schrock. Curate East Cleveland Congregational Church Euclid Avenue at Page Two Services 9:30 A. M. and 11 A. M. Lenten Serie* "AT THE CROSS'* No. 4 "THE CROWD" CHURCH SCHOOL, 11:00 A. M. 7:00 P. M. and 7:30 P. M. Youth Meetings Hayden and Alder (opposite Child's Dairy) INVITES YOU TO HEAR Row. Donald V. Hall Pastor, Ashtabula E.U J. Church Thurs. and Fri., 7:30 P. M. Sunday, 10:30 A. M. With Timer and FOUNDRY CO.