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12522 St Clair Avenue
Fresh Caught
ID
ctad
Delivery
GLenville
1*0825
OPEN EVERY DAT
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL AT
ST. CLAIR-SHAW FISH MARKET
BLUE PIKE
NEXT DOOR TO POULTRY MARKET
SERVICE AND INSTALLATION WHILE YOU WAIT
AUTO RADIO SERVICE
Rear Seat Aute Speakers ...............$ 7.95
1958 Motorola Auto Radios ............$39.95
Dual Rear Fender Antennas $6.95
ALL TYPES PORTABLE RADIO BATTERIES
Wind-A-Meer Radio & TV Service
13939 Euclid Av.nu. GL. 1-9592
IN WIND-A-MEER THEATRE BLDG. PARKING IN THE REAR
9' 12' SHAC RUGS 3»
Phone MU. 1-6178 for Pick-up and Delivery
Family and Bachelor Laundry
"We Wash It For You"
2-Hour Service, If Desired
FLATWORK FINISHED
WASHED—FLUFF DRIED—NEATLY FOLDED AND WRAPPED
CFPVICF
(Young Capons)
ADDITIONAL PHONES
give you privacy for your
personal calls. So easy
to order... just call your
Telephone Business Office.
THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
CURRENT
RATE OF
GLenville 1-6952
laundry
e
shirts
I wr JCKVIVC e 24-HOUR DRY CLEANING
East Cleveland Laundromat
14248 EUCLID AVENUE MUlberry 1-6178
Directly Across Street from Windermere Rapid Station
Roosters lb. 23c
Best Fryers lb. 39c
FRESH CUT-UP FRYERS
FROM OUR OWN FARMS
Fresh Pullet Eggs doz. 35c
3 DOZEN $1.00
8m, Pullet Eggs 3 dos. 75c
Large Crack Eggs dos. 39c
3 DOZEN $1.15
St. Clair-Shaw Poultry Market
Ohio's Most Beautiful Store
12520 St. Clair Avenno
8 AM. to 6 PJ4. Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank
"»Why blush?
MNe
MUMP
Your savings account book is your passport to all
the best things of life for you and your family. A
home of your own, a college education for your
children, a memorable vacation trip, happy retire*
ment years ... all these are dreams that you can
actually see coming true in the pages of this book
as your regular savings plus thslr earnings
add up to "what It takes!"
3%
SAVE BY MAILI Write at Phone foe Supplies Makes Saving Real Easy!
'EAST CLEVELAND SAVINGS
and LOAN Company
1373 HAYDEN near SHAW UL. 1-0600
ON SAVINGS
INVESTMENTS
DegreesAnd Honors
For Our Graduates
Gerald Gillespie, who graduates)
Magna Cum Laude from Harvard'
on June 14th, has been awarded a
Fulbright fellowship to do post
graduate study of Modern German
History at Tubingen University,
Germany
While at Kirk Junior High School,
Gerald was a merit and honor roll
student and president of Student
Council. Under advice from Dr.
L. L. Myers, principal of Kirk, he
sat for tests which won him a
scholarship to Phillips Academy at
Andover, Mass. At Phillips Acad
emy he won the Charles E. Stilwell
Memorial Scholarship two years in
succession for outstanding scholar
ship and leadership. Gerald also
won three prizes in Latin Declama
tion and was initiated into the
Cum Laude honorary society.
Upon graduating from Phillips
he was awarded an exchange stu
dent scholarship to Felsted School
Essex, England sponsored by the
English Speaking Union. While
abroad Gerald had the opportunity
to visit relatives in Glasgow, Scot
land and also spent some time in
Germany and Spain.
On his return from England
Gerald started a four-year scholar
ship at Harvard University.
Gerald is one of five children of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gillespie,
1523 Hayden ave.
Judith Keller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd R. Keller. 1013
Nelaview rd., has been elected pres
ident of “Pyramids,” a social club
at The College of Wooster.
A junior, Judith is a speech
English major, a member of Kappai
Theta Gamma (dramatic honor-1
ary). She has served on the Voice]
staff for three years.
WINDOW WASHING
Storm Window and Screen Service
Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fully Insured
VETERANS 2X
13011 Forest HUI Ave. GL. 1-7482
Evening LI. 1-8447
Planning On
PAINTING?
We carry a complete line of Glidden
and Pratt & Lambert Paints to help
you do a complete eatisfied job.
P.S.: Of course, we cany
brushes, rollers and all your
painting needs.
FREE DELIVERY
ECKERT
Hardware Co.
1385 Hayden at Shaw
UNKLE HANK SfZ
HAROUP UA/E
NOOODV OUT1HBM5ELVM
Folks, you don't have to pay cash
for the now appliance or television
which you purchase from ROBY TV
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easy credit terms.
Roby TV 6 Appliance
RECONDITIONED
COQ OR
TV SETS up
ROBY TV
APPUANCF
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OPEN MON.TUES JRl MIGHTS TH 9 PM
*riuPWiGlfNVHlf1-2201
Miss Jo Lee Fuller was cited as
the outstanding woman graduate at
Bowling Green State University on
Honors Day. The University award
of Tropaeum Honoris Feminis is
presented each year to the graduat
ing woman student chosen by
anonymous faculty-student com
mittees as outstanding in person
ality, scholarship, ethical stand
ards, and other qualities bearing
upon the appraisal of the student
as reflected in her life and work
on campus. She was also presented
the Outstanding Senior Trophy of
the Alpha Phi Fraternity.
This past year Miss Fuller has
served as head of the Association
of Women Students, president of
Alpha Phi, chairman of the Ju
dicial Board, and a member of the
Home Economics Club and United
Christian Fellowship.
Miss Fuller will do graduate
work in education at Kent State
University this summer and plans
to teach elementary education next
fall. A Shaw graduate, she is the
daughter of
E. Fuller of
Tom Litwiler, 1257 East 137th
st., copped the most awards. He
was presented with the Matt Fenn
trophy for greatest effort and
interest in the University paper,
Sigma Delta Chi achievement
award, Sigma Delt Chi scholarship
award, Best Editorial series award,
Editor’s Medallion for the Stater,
campus paper, and a key for work
ing on the yearbook.
Marvin Gisser, 14660 Superior
rd., won a yearbook key.
Donald D. Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Barry, 1335 Hampton
rd., was initiated by Pi Gamma Mu,
national social science honor frat
ernity, following installation of
Ohio Theta Chapter of the honor
ary on the Ohio University campus
last week.
Barry is a senior majoring in
government and minoring in his
tory at Ohio U.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. White,
14613 Ardenall, would like to an
nounce the graduation of their
daughter, Corinne Frances White
from Kent State University on
June 9th, 1956. Corinne will receive
her Bachelor of Science degree
in Kindergarten-Primary Educa
tion. She will be teaching this
fall at Euclid Park School, Cleve
land.
Corinne was a member of
Gamma Phi Beta sorority, Asso-
mrT
■9
EAST CLEVELAND LEADEE
Jo Lee Fuller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
13311 Fourth ave.
Baldwin-Wallace Col-
Among 75
lege students receiving special
recognition at the Seventh Annual
Honors Convocation was Mary Ellen
Brophy who was honored as one of
14 outstanding senior women.
A major in home economics, Miss
Brophy has been active in numer
ous campus organizations. These
include student council, director of
the Aqualene Club’s annual water
show, cabinet member of both the
Women’s Recreation Association
and she Women’s Self Government
Association and the May Day Com
mittee. She is a member of Alpha
Gamma Delta, national social
sorority.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Brophy, 1823 Roxford.
Two new awards wye made last
week at the Kent State University
Publications banquet. These are the
Murray Powers award for the best
campus news picture and the Ralph
R. Baum photography scholarship
award for $200.
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DRAPES
and Household
I i
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t-sr
Beautifully
Cleaned and
Pressed
We will also hang and
pleat your drapes, if
you wish, at a slight
Our Own
Plant."
&
laStf
Walhinalon
l^leanerS
14142 Euclid Avenue
East Cleveland
GL 1*1577 GL 1*1830
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ciation of Childhood Education, and
United Christian Fellowship at
Kent.
Open house will be held at her
home from 2 to 6 p. m. Saturday
afternoon, following Commence
ment.
At the Honors Day Convoca
tion at Ohio University, Donald
De Lyle Barry, 1335 Hampton rd.
was among those given recognition
for extra-curricular activity and
academic achievements. Donald re
ceived a sen ior government award,
given by Phi Delta Theta, a social
fraternity. He also was the reci
pient of a scholarship prize from
the Men’s Union.
Robert A. Kawcyn, 13412 Lam
bert rd., and Roland W. Carlson,
14504 Potomac ave. will graduate
June 7th from Case Institute of
Technology with Bachelor of
Science degrees in physics.
Roland graduated from Shaw
High School where he was a mem
ber of the swimming team. Bob
graduated from Shaw also and
was active as a movie operator
there. At Case, he belongs to the
Gadgeteers Club and the Ameri
can Institute of Physics.
Spadous
Rooms
Bonqueta
Weddings
Parties
and 15357
Our Food
Service, Being the Euclid Avo
Best, Are Fcunous
AT TAYLOR ROAD
Fresh Dressed Whale
Fresh Dressed Whole
FRESH FRYER
LEGS and BREASTS
59,
l«.
Boneless Rolled Shoulder
VEAL ROAST
45-
SLICED BACON
39«
LB.
Sngardale Skinless
WIENERS
LB. 49
Sngardale
GOOSE LIVER
l., 59
Our Own Fresh
GROUND BEEF
3lb* 1.00
Fresh
BEEF KIDNEYS
2 bs. 39«
A number of Eart Clevelanders
were given diplomas from Fenn
College at the 30th commencement
convocation for 157 seniors to be
held Friday, May 24th at Sever
ance Hall. Among the honorary
degrees to be conferred will be
degrees to bo conferred were the
honorary doctor’s degree to Harry
D. Sims, president of the board of
directors at Huron Road Hospital.
The local graduates and their
degrees are:
Robert Fairchild Larson, 1774
Noble rd., and William H. Wells,
13702 Mann rd., Bachelor of Busi
ness Administration.
Agnes Binder, 1180 East 125th
st., Bachelor of Science in Educa
tion.
Jack Reid Meinke, 1717 Avalon
rd. Bachelor of Electrical Engineer
ing.
Donald J. Bruening, 13810 Poto
mac ave., and Richard C. Leskovec,
1831 Willowhurst, Bachelor of
Mechanical Drawing.
Lawrence J. Jarkewicz, 1168
Melbourne rd., Bachelor of Science
in Engineering.
he
CANVAS
SHOES
CHOICE OF
YOUNG
ATHLETES
9® Come in Today I
ana up
BAUMGARTEN'S
FAMILY SHOE STORE
W. Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps
1427 Hayden GL 1-8516
Brtoro You Decide Where To Have Your Wedding Reception. See
Xuen plantation
TaikdTo
wen
Anniversaries
Business Meetfnas
06Y ii k i Yi mi 1^0
Birthdays
Pleasant
Atmosphere
Wedding Rosorro*
Sons Should Bo
Well In Advance
GL. 1-2364
Duncan Hine* A
White Cake Mix V
EQUIHMHT
DELIVERY
(ON ORDERS OF $5 OR OVER)
We Are As Near To You As Your Telephone No Crowds
No Waiting Shop From Your Own Home In Comfort.
SAVE on these WEEK END SPECIALS
Frying Chickens lb 39
Gold Band
COFFEE
69.
LB.
Giant
TIDE
67
5
Box
SUGAR
Carton
Mrs. Welts
49c
Um.
Milan
TOMATOES
4 Me. 2'/x Cam 99
S1-00
Soaltost Whipped Cream
COTTAGE CHEESE
25
94a
NOODLES 12-os. phg. 4vU
Rath
CANNED HAMS
Square Deal
WE
'.i
1*93
Can
70
To See What Cooks Call U. 1-S700
13944 Euclid Ow-Ul. 1-3644—5
Rowland's
13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
Right Next Door to the Liquor Store
It's A Long Drive
To Many Places But
ROWLAND'S Is Conveniently
Located To All
EAST CLEVELANDERS
We're right at Superior and Euclid,
well stocked with all the delicacies
imported and local beers, and imported
and local wines that will make a sure
with you and your friends.
FREE PARKING
Serving E. Cleveland and Cleve. Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
W. D»ltr»r Phon. SLcnvUI. 1-9308
We Rent Punch Bowls and Cups
Sonia Golub, 14015 Superior
OEDINA’Q 'Square Deal'
ULKIllU V Super Market
15522 Euclid FR£F
a
ICE CREAM..........gal. 136
RESERVE THS KIGHT TO Ulin QUANTITIES
Thursday, June 7, 19M
CAN BE
APPLE PIE!
WHJKT IS THE
COST OF GOOD
HEALTH?.......................
Good health can bo expensive if.
In time of illness, your doctor's pro
scription filled by an inexperienced
pharmacist, or with stalo drugs. Next
time see us with confidence.
W EAST CLEVELAND*
^4rlt Pharmacy
Drive In From
Euclid or Superior
Right Up To Our
Back Doorl
Open TUI 10 P. M. Dally
Simone Fusco. 14014 Shaw
GL. 1-5800
CUCUMBERS
Oc
Each
Fancy
RED RADISHES
Bunch 1O
Sngardale Rutt Half
HAMS
59‘
LB.
Homemade Italian or
7Qa
Country Sansage ... lb. I v w
Spring
LEG o' LAMB
69c
LB.
Boneless Rolled ftQm
Rump Roast o! Roof .lb. UwU
Our
Own Lean
CITY CHICKEN
79'
LB.
MEAT LOAF MIX
49c
it.
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