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Thursday, August 23, 1950 SCHWnOI BICYCLES ALL QQQ AC UP SIZES QwBsVW 1360 HAYDEN AVE. EAST CLEVELAND EXPERT SERVICE AT A REASONABLE PRICE RAPID AUTO RADIO SERVICE Tubes Tested FREE TeL Answering Service 'Til Midnight PO. 1-0458 THE FARMERS MARKET Colt and Woodworth Roads OPEN MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING SATURDAY MORNINGS Quality Flowers, Fruit Produce and Poultry May WUlsrt 15701 Oakhill Bd. WHITT} CHIME! BAR FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24th PETE SOKACH and His Orchestra SATUHDAY EVENING. AUGUST 25th Vincent Lenarcic and His Orchestra NO MINOBS ALLOWED AT WHITE’S Dancing From 10 P.Me to 2 A.M. 27121 Chardon Route 6 Richmond Heights, Ohio We Specialize In TAKE-OUT CLAM BAKES! Clams, Clam Broth and Chowder Fresh Corn and Steamers Available Also CharcoaL Plates, Cups. Spoons and Forks for Your Clam Bake or Picnic Clam Bakos Prepared To Take Out With You Wo Are Equipped To Handle Complete Clam Bakes For Any Occasion Wholesale Prices to Restaurants. Taverns, Factories and Instfrutfoas EUCLID FISH CO. 18601 £bby Avenue at East 185th Street OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY John J. Cornelia, Prop. KEnmore 1-6448 LUMBER SPECIALS Vi 8 Siding Sc Lin. Ft. 1 92 Utility Shelving 14c Lin. Fl. SPECIALS PLASTERBOARD Picked Up 1x4 FIR FLOORING 5C Un Foot TERMS English. Schwinn, Raleigh, Lightweight Bicycles. Whlssor Moto* Bikes and Parts Rebuilt Bicycles Complete Line of Bicycle and Tricycle Parts, Tires and Accessories Wheels, Tires, Tubes, an types and sizeo Bicydes and Tricycles Repaired Wheels Straightened Repaired Re-tired Welding ART'S BICYCLE STORE 15104-8 Euclid GL. 1-4495 THINK------------------ Of TOMORROW-TODAY Save regularly with Second Federal and be sure of your future security Your funds insured up to $10,000 by a government agency. 3% CURRENT RATE ON SAVINGS 221 Euclid Avenue TOwer 1-1111 22502 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-1111 Phyllis Stedman, 1851 Taylor Rd. Marguerite Bogers. 13410 First Ave. EAST END TV S. HADID The HOUSEMART LUMBER Co .40c ft 56c CLOSEOUT SPECIAL SAND BOXES 5 3.98 14x20 Hood Garage COMPLBTB MATBKIM with rm *^0.00 DROP SIDING HOUSEMART $ ■‘'7'\ '. Confal-Cannon Mrs. Mary L. Cannon of 13007 Forest Hill ave. announces the marriage of her daughter, Helen Rita, to Mr. James Lawrence Con fal of Inglewood, California. The wedding took place at 9 a. m. Saturday, AugUst 18th, in St. Thomas’ Church, Los Angeles, Cal. Sprosty-Widlitz When Don Wayne Sprosty re turns to Denison University as a senior in September he will be ac companied by his bride, the former Susan Faye Widlitx, daughter of Mrs. William F. Widlitz of 1740 Page ave. The couple were married in Forest Hill Presbyterian Church Saturday, August 18th at a 7:30 ceremony by the Rev. Bradford N. Pusey, minister of the Fairmount Presbyterian Church. The altar vases were filled with flowers and candelabra graced either side of the altar. Mr. Kenneth Widlitz, uncle of the bride gave her in marriage. She was wearing a lovely summer bridal gown in white embroidered organdy having a v neck front and back, tiny sleeves and a floor length skirt with a bustle effect. Ruffles fell from the hips into a train. Her tulle fingertip veil was attached to a seed pearl crown. She carired a cascade of white orchids with stephanotis. The bride’s attendants wore gowns of dusty pink taffeta in street length, full skirted. The neckline had a V back marked with a bow having hem length streamers. Mrs. Daniel F. Buck 0^8 ^^ICES Get That New Car With YOUR PAINTS DOOR 18400 Nottingham Rd. (Opp. Nottingham School) IV-nhee 8-2000 OpM 8-5 1 A Loanl You don't have to put off buying a OUIMPOST TO AU MONEY now car. We can arrange a low cost bank loan to finance it nowl MATTIRS HIMBER F. 0. I. C. NORTH AMERICAN 7 BANK A 15319 WATERLOO ROAD 6131 3496 ST. CLAIR AVE. EAST 93R0 ST Mata Barit, 1195 Bender HARDWARE And SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY EAST CLEVEL AND LEADER .ttyagewhU Carol HelmerichS) of Columbus, matron of honor, carried pink rose buds with bachelor buttons and Miss Barbara Widlitz, the maid of honor, carried white carnations with bachelor buttons. Miss Lynne Widlitz and Miss June Stearns, bridesmaids, carried white carna tions with pink rosebuds. Terry lane Sprosty was the flower girl. The best man was Lawrence F. Sprosty. Ushering were Allan E. Sprosty, Daniel F. Buck of Col umbus and Jerry Armbrecht of Youngstown. The reception was held at the Cleveland Athletic Club and a three week’s honeymoon will be divided between the Pocono Moun tains and Canada. The bride attended Mather College of Western Reserve and is a member of Phi Kappa Zeta. Mr. Sporsty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O. Sprouty, 15514 Lake wood Heights blvd., is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lynn-Deason 1 In St. Aloysuis Church o’clock Saturday afternoon, gust 18th, the Rev. Father Horst read the nuptial ceremony in which Susan Jane Deason and H. Allan Lynn pledged their mar riage vows. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Deason of 15140 Elderwood ave., was escorted to the white gladiolas decorated altar by her father. She was beautifully gowned in a white floor length Paris silk taffeta gown in princess style and having a chapel train. The round neckline was circled PRICES SLASHED! ALL MERCHANDISE SACRIFICED AT A FRACTION OF ITS COST! e Dresses! Blouses! Skirts! e Maternity Wear! Girls* Dresses! e Lingerie! Hosiery! Housecoats! EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF COST SUNBEAM DDESS SBDP 726 East 152nd Street HEW!, RUDD ENAMELINE GAS AUI-4O AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER Your Best “Glass-Lined” Buy! QR« A WEEK Here's the pick of the “glass-lined types—made by America's leading manufacturer of automatic wafer heaters. This is the “glass-lined” water hooter that is Performance Rated. Let us show you the model that matches your hot water require ments. HOT WATER ALL YOU NEED ALL THE TIME AUI40 FAST MUI'W .* '.'•' with lace applique, edged with net. The sleeves were long. A Juliet cap held her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses showered with ivy. In the bridal party as maid of honor was Miss Betsy Townsend while Miss Julie Hatch and Miss Shirley Mack were the brides maids. Their princess gowns were of crystalette in cocktail length and with them they wore white eyelet picture hats and carried baskets of yellow flowers with ivy sprays. Miss Townsend was in lavender and Miss Hatch and Miss Mack in seafoam green. Mr. Donald Mack was best man for Mr. Lynn whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Lynn of 10101 Foster ave., Bratenahl. Ushering were Mr. Thomas A. Greenland and Mr. James Cappel letti. A reception was held in Brainard Hall, Lyndhurst, and the couple are honeymooning at Vacation Valley at Echo Lake in the Pocono Mountains. On their return they will reside at 1731 Wymore ave. i Mrs. Deason, mother of the bride had chosen an old rose lace dress while Mrs. Lynn, the groom’s mother also had a lace gown in cocoa brown. Both had white orchid corsages. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lynn were graduated from Shaw High School, the bride going on to Bowling Green State University, and the groom to John Carroll University, where he is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, national business fra ternity. Kunzman-Wible Five girls who have been close friends through their grade, high school and college days were to gether again when one of them became a bride. The girls, Mary Ann Hansh, Carole Monville, Joar Offering A Complete Dispensing OPTICAL SERVICE LENSES at two Au- DUPLICATED BROKEN FRAMES Repaired On Premises WATCH REPAIRING THE ORKIN CO. 11512 Euclid Ave. at Ivanhoe Bd. TVanhoe 6-1123 OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY Jewelry. Hardware, Paints and Glass WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS closiE SALE vi-..' I 5 RECOVERY GAS WATKR HIATIRS phoni MU. 1-4200 49 GAL. Sl» fname/iite new ^W. F. HANN & SONS Open Till 8PM MOH TUES. thufs. fri 15533 EUCL|P AVE at TAYLOR ■'V' East Cleveland Leadu A Newspaper of General Circulation Published Bvoty Thursday By Collinwood Publishing Company Publiahsrs at CUCUD NEWS-JOURNAL and The SCOOP Gensrul Offices and Plant 814 East 152nd Street GLenville 1-4383________ C. E. BOWMAN ELSA C. BERG R. L. FOULKE Soloist for the sacred rites was the Rev. Fr. Jerome O’Hara, pastor of St. Paul’s Shrine. A close friend of the bride’s family, Mrs. L. N. Schostek was at the organ. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick Wible, former East Clevelanders now residing at 1857 Willowhurst rd. S. E. As an accessory she car ried a point lace handkerchief made by her paternal grandmother, Mrs. E. F. Wible of Dover, Ohio, and carried ago. by her as a bride 55 years groom was attended by Poley as best man. The were his brothers-in-law, Rucker and Ronald Fraier The Donald ushers Ronald and Robert Zizelman. The wedding breakfast was served at the Manakiki Country Club and the couple are honey mooning at Cape Cod. The bride attended Notre Dame Academy and was graduated this June from Notre Dame College. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Kunz man, 1008 Pennfield rd., Cleveland Heights. He attended Case Insti tute of Technology. Sf. Aloyisus Lawn Fete To Open Friday The weather and the St. Aloy sius big parish Lawn Fete were the main topic of discussion when the new Pastor and officers of parish organizations met the past weekend. Directing the activities for the Lawn Fete is Thomas Rockford with an all-volunteer committee eager to help raise funds to reduce the parish debts. The four-day Lawn Fete opens on Friday and continues through Monday night when a sparkling new hardtop Cadillac rolls into the spotlight. Friday’s feature will be a Fish Fry served in the new “Coconut Grove’’ Restaurant better known aa the CYO Hall. Serving will start at 6 p. m. Various concession stands will offer fun and entertainment with a selection of rides for the chil dren also on the grounds at East 110th st. and St. Clair. Sunday afternoon a special Chil dren’s Bicycle Parade has been scheduled. All children between the ages of three and sixteen are invited to decorate their bikes and meet at the A & parking lot at East 127th and Shaw at 1 p. m. Sunday. The parade, escorted by motor cycle police, will travel from East 131st to East 99th and then back to the front lawn of St. Aloy sius. Here Msgr. Murphy will bless all bicycles and then each partici pant will be presented a St. Chris topher Medal. 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