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St James Lutheran
Church
(United Lutheran Church to America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBERT BARKLEY. Pastor
Church School: 9:30 A. M.
Worship Service: 10:45 A.M.
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13100 Euclid at Lockwood
Robert H. Secnst. Pastor
Service: 10:45 A. M.
9:30 Church School
YOU ARE WELCOME
1
WINDERMERE
METHODIST CHURCH
Euclid Arsnus at Holyoke
M. WAYNE McQUEEN, Minister
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service, 10:45 A.M.
Junior High Youth Fellowship.
6:00 P.M.
Senior High Youth Fellowship,
7:00 P.M.
Young Adult Fellowship, 7:00 P..M
EVERYONE WELCOME
CLEVELAND
ETHICAL SOCIETY
Address By
Walter B. Pedersen. Leader
“SPINOZA: FREEDOM FROM
BONDAGE**
Sunday, Jan. 6, 10:45 A.M.
Ludlow Schoo!
Ludlow and Southington
Shaker Heights
Sitter Service for Children 3 S
For Information Call UL. 1-3230
St Paul's Episcopal
Church
1SS37 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland, Ohio
lev. Canon Laurence H. HaU. Rector
Rev. Robert E. Schrack. Curate
3:00 AM.—Holy Communion.
9:30 A.M.—T*~’t Communion
nily Service, Church
School, All Grades
11:13 A.M.—Holy Communion
Sermon
(Church School Nursery
Through Primary)
25
5
12
13
11
Automatic Typo
MACHINE GUNS............
Electronic
SHOOTING RANGES
11
10
Marvelous Mike
TRACTORS ...................
WALKIE TALKIES
CLIMBING TANKS
6
TELECOMS ............
4
BARBELL SETS
4
6
12
4
Medieval Knight
ARMOR SETS...................
Dick Tracy
POLICE CARS...................
Four Auto
TRUCK TRANSPORTS
Movie
and
The Women’s Society of Christ
ian Service of the Church of the
Cross will meet Wednesday, Janu
ary 9th at the church. After the
noon luncheon some of the mem
bers will entertain with a skit
called “Islands-in Our Own Com­
munity.”
see'
Circle One of Calvary Lutheran
Church will meet Tuesday, Janu
ary Sth at 12:30 p. m. at the
church parlor, with Mrs. Rose
Saif acting as hostess and Mrs.
Wm. Labus, assistant hostess.
The topic will be presented by
Mrs. C. R. Fauble.
Circle Two meets Wednesday,
January 9th at 8:00 pp. m. at
the home of Mrs. Marian Deck,
1656 Elberon. The topic will be
presented by Mrs. Wayne Nuhfer.
Circle Five, Mrs. Henry Muns,
3298 Redwood rd., hostess, meets
Friday, January 11th at 1:00 p.m.
Mrs. H. Finke will be assistent
hostess. The topic will be pre
sented by Mrs. Henry Muni.
Friday evening, January 4th,
the Philathea Class of the East
Cleveland Baptist Church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest
Critzer, 1327 Hampton ave. Mrs.
Chas. Sprinkle, Mrs. P. LaFleur
and Mrs. Chas. Sprinkle will be
the assistant hostesses. Devotions
will be led by Mrs. Russell Fox.
The guest speaker will be Miss
Mary Loomis of the East Cleve
land Department of Welfare.
The Communion Meditation at
the morning worship service, Sun
day. January 6th at 11:00 a. m.
will be “The Word and The Bread”
delivered by the Rev. m. E.
Towner.
On Tuesday, January Sth the
Burrell Class will meet at the
church for dessert at 1:00 p. m.,
and on Saturday, January 5th at
7:15 p. m. the young people will
swim at the Addison rd. YMCA.
They will be joined in this ac
tivity by young people from the
Lyndhurst Baptist Church.
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
Two Services 9:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.
Sermon "The Quest of the Wise Men"
CHURCH SCHOOL, 11:00 A.M.
Youth Services 7:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M.
TOY CLEARANCE
Reg.
$1.80
Chemistry and Erector Sets
30%
ALL
Heavy Duty Crane and
POWER SHOVELS............
Changing
COLOR TOPS ....................
j.
At the regular monthly woman’s
society meeting on Wednesday.
January 9th, starting at 12:15
with moments of prayer, luncheon
will be served at 12:30 p. m.
Guest devotional leader will be
Mrs. Laurence H. Hall, wife of
the Rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church. Special music will be pro
vided by Mrs. Robert Rimer
white cross work will be dedicated:
and book sketches will be pre
sented by Mrs. J. R. Cunningham
on the Home Mission Book and
Mrs. C. A. Moore on the Foreign
Mission Book. A business meetingl
will complete the program for thel
afternoon.
$1.25
Reg.
$7.95
$5.58
Reg.
$9.95
$4.85
Reg.
$2.98
$1.98
OFF
Reg.
$3.95
Reg.
$3.19
JILL SIZES TYPES VJUMETIES
DOLLS 30%
$1.98
Reg.
$6.95
$4.85
Reg.
$6.95
$4.86
off
Howard Johnson's Dairy Bar Reg. CAI A
and Soda fountain Sets $5.95 v
Reg.
$4.95
$3-45
Reg.
$2.19
98c
Reg.
$2.98
$1.98
Hobby Mart
Euclid-Green Shopping Center IV. 6-0800
OPEN: Mon., Wed., Sat Io 6 Tues., Thun., Fri. to 9.
I.**.*,
WINDERMERE
Presybteriun Church
Established 1896
Vawt Family
Church
th« Heart at
Cast Cleveland
•:30—Church
Scheel
Nursery Care
During Church
11:00—Morning
Warship
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Sermon Subject
WEATHER FORECAST 1957'*
Rev. J. Franklin MeHendry
Hayden Avenue
Baptist Church
(Comer of Hayden and Second)
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M.
(Supervised Nursery)
Worship Service, 11:00 A.M.
Junior and Primary Worship
Training Union, 6:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING
Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.
DONALD B. WOODBY Pastor
GL. 1-5572 Church UL. 1-0941
A Fundamental Baptist Church,
preaching THE BOOK, THE
BLOOD, THE BLESSED HOPE
FIRST CHURCH OF
THE NAZARENE
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
REV,
WM. P. WILHOYTI
Minister
ROBERT WTTBECK
$2‘80
Reg.
$1.98
98c
Minister of Music
SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A. M.
SUNDAY SERMON, 10:45 A. M.,
"The Stirred Nest"
SUNDAY EVENING, 7:30 P. M.
Sermon by Pastor
MID-WEEK SERVICE
Each Wednesday,M7:30 M.
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Forest Hill Lighting Winner
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“Glass” will be the subject for
study when the Windermere Study
Club meets with Mrs. M. F. Badger,
S83 Caledonia rd., Tuesday, Janu
ary 8th, at 1 p. m. Mrs. John
Tonicho and Mrs. W. A. Funk, as
sisting. “The Story of Glass’’ will
be presented by Mrs. G. L. Fox,
and Mrs. W. R. Maize will tell
about “Stained Glass Windows.”
Mrs. J. C. Flener will give the
Inspirational.
a a a
The election and installation of
officers will be the chief order of
business as the East Cleveland
Women’s GOP club meets Friday,
January ,4th, at 2 p. m. at 1747
Lake Front ave. A social hour will
lollow the installation ceremonies.
a a
A luncheon at 12:30 will open
the Guest Day of the Terrace
Garden Club to be held Tuesday,
January Sth in Caledonia Branch
Library, 914 Caledonia ave. Fol
lowing the luncheon Paul Young
will speak on “What’a New in
Your Garden.”
The committee In charge of the
day’s meeting are Mrs. Wm. H.
Morris, chairman, Mrs. E. E. Leh
man, Mrs. C. G. Hamilton and
Mrs. A. W. Qualman. Reserva
tion* ar* required.
Mi*s Virginia Rose of 1004
Helmsdale ave. will receive the
Tale Tellers Monday, January 7th
at 7:45 o’clock. Mr*. Orville Wal
thall will review John Clark’s
new book, “Hunza.”
The next port on the sailing
schedule of the East Cleveland
Woman’s Club will be Italy. This
sunny land will be visited via the
luncheon card party Thursday,
January 10th at 12:30 p. m. at
the clubhouse. The members of
Circle I and their chairmen, Mrs.
Joseph Paltani and Mrs. A. G.
CLIP AND SAVE
ROLLERDROME
22480 Shore Center Drive
ItEdwood l-Mtt
SKATING SCHEDULE
Every Evening 7:30 to 10:30 P.M.
Except Wednesday
Saturday Midnight 11:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M.
Saturday and Sunday Matinee 2:00 to 4:45 P.M.
Sunday Morning 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Saturday Morning 9:30 A.M. to 12 Noon
SUNDAY FAMILY SKATE
5:15 P.M. to 7:15 P.M.
LADIES WEDNESDAY MORNING SKATE
9:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.
Special Rates Tor Private Parties
CLIP AMD SAVE
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This lovely Christmas message
in outdoor lighting won for Carl
Allen of 16272 Glynn rd. the first
prize in the Forest Hills Home
Owners Association 1956 Christ
mas display.
In addition to a $75.00 prize, a
picture with description will be
entered in the General Electric
Co. $5,000 national contest for
community outdoor lighting win
ners.
The second and third prize win
ning displays are shown in that
order.
The judges. Howard B. Cain, of
the A.l.A. executive committee,
Miss Dorothy Rigdon of the Cleve
land Museum of Art: and Canon
Laurence H. Hall of St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church of East Cleve
land announce the following win
ners who received awards from
$50 down to $15:
A. A. LaRiche. 1174 Burling
ton rd.. 2nd Don Testa, 1397
Blackmore. 3rd: Randolph John
son, 1129 Hereford rd., 4th and
S. L. Diner. M.D., 1356 Forest
Hill blvd., 5th.
This is the seventh consecutive
year in which the Forest Hill Home
Ormers Association has presented
a Christmas display that has be
come one of the “must see” out
door Christmas lightings.
Beattie, welcome travelers to bask
in the warm, friendly atmosphere
of Italy through the use of Italian
food and decorations.
Guests are invited to plan a
table of Bridge or Canasta by
calling Mrs. Paltani, HI 2-0390,
or Mrs. A. G. Beattie, MU 1-6182,
not later than Tuesday evening,
January 8th.
The election of officers will be
the chief business to come before
the members of the Sunday Mon
day Club on January 7th.
St. Paul’s Canteen opens its
doors again Friday, January 4th
from 7:30 to 10:30 o’clock to all
Junior High School boys and girls.
Chaperones who will be on hand
for the evening’s dancing will be
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derry, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Bond, jr.,‘ Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lyndall, jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Canfield.
A change in program plan Is
announced by Kiwani* ladies for
their January 7th meeting at the
home of Mrs. Cecil Stonebrake#,
Mr*. Paul S. Kershner who was
coming to talk on Russia, ha*
been called to Connecticut by the
death of her mother, deferring her
visit here. Guests, instead, will be
entertained at eard*. Reservation*
may be made with Mrs. Charles
Lenz, FA. 1-4252 or with Mrs.
Alfred M. Bowyer, EV. 1-6285,
the assisting hostesses.
“A Man of Unclean Life” will be
the sermon topie of Rev. Roscoe J.
Varble at the 10:45 a. m. worship
service next Sunday at the Phil
lips Avenue Presbyterian Church,
East 125th st., at Phillips ave.
The Senior Choir will sing as the
anthem, “Lord of Spirits” by Reis
siger and as the offertory, “He
Who Would Valiant Be” by
Douglas.
WINDOW WASHING
storm Window and Screen Service
Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fully Insured
VETERANS SSJlSr'
GL. 1-7482 Eves. LL 1-9447
Christmas
Tree Pick-Up
(Continued from Page 1)
Glynn, Oakhill, Hasel, Grandviev
Page, Chapman, Grasmere, Stan
wood, Shaw, Sheldon, Charlei
Taylor, Hanover, Brunswick, Hast
tings, Burnette, Allendale, Noble
Nel acre st, Neladale, Nelawooc
Nelamere, Ravine, Deanwood, Cal
edonia, Helmsdale, Nelaview, Grey
ton, Nela and Hillside.
Wednesday, January 9th
All residences on Reybum, West
burn, Alton, North Noble, Rose
dale, North Allendale, Elderwood
Collamer, East 152nd, North Tay
lor, Coit, Dover, East 141st, Eas
142nd, East 143rd, East 144th
East 145th, East 146th, Baldwin
Beaumont, East 139th, Woodworth
East 133rd, from Hartford
Woodworth, East 134th, Eas
135th, East 137th, Mann, Gains
boro, Shaw north of Euclid
Welton, Richmond, Shawview
Hampton, Elwood, Plymouth, Eln
and Alder.
Thursday, January 10th
All residences on Ardenall
Strathmore, Orinoco, Savannah
Potomac, Northfield, Scioto, May
fair, Bardwell, Doan, Eastham
Amherst, Byrn Mawr, Elsinore
Elderwood, North Page, North
Chapman, North/Wymore.
Friday, January 11th
All residences on Hartford
Milan, Claiborne, Graham, Garden
Sixth, Fifth, Fourth, Third
Second, First, East 133rd, Holy
oke, Lakefront, East 139th, East
130th, East 131st, Eddy, Thorn
hill, Pontiac, Hartshorn, Fay
Emily, Hayden, Rozelle am
Bender.
Saturday, January 12th
All residences on North Lock
wood, Melburne, Carlyon, Speed
way Overlook, East 125th, Lock
wood, Elberon, Delmont, Hower
Auburndale and North Lakeview
SALTER
AUTOMOTIVE CO.
12538 Euclid Ave.
SW. 18442
Wholesale 6 Retail
AUTO PARTS
WESTLEY SILICONE POLISH
DELCO BATTERIES
ACCESSORIES
OPEN 8:30 to 5:30 DAILY
8:30 to 4:00 SATURDAY
Priced According To Sue and Style
OFFICIAL
BOY SCOUT
Shoes by makers of RAND. Shoes
for Men
Men i Neo Cord
eff AO
WORK SHOES
$UsUO
Insulated Boots. Engineer Boots,
Rubber Footwear
BAUMGARTENS
FAMILY SHOE STORE
We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps
1427 Haydon GL. 1-8516
America'*
Finest
Window
IS for '571
and
Priced Lower
See W
Demonstrated!
Special
Winter Scriel
Keystme of Clevtlste
18003 Euclid Avenue
KI. 1-1637 WH. 3-5808
EARN
4 1 5 fr
ACCOUNTS
^INSURED TO
‘10.000
&' A
j* V
CORNER
FREE INSTALLATIONlRaybegtoe
OF MUFFLER® RND BRAKE
TAIL PIPES I RELINING
Frss Delivery. GL 1-0925
OPEN EVERY day
and
e Finest Wines
Champagnes
Domestic and Imported
More Than 60 Brands
of Beer and Ale
Thursday, January 3, 1WT
WHEEL ALIGNMENT $T 5O
.Newest and Most Modem Equipment Used cars
RAPID SERVICE STATION
13931 Euclid near Superior LI. 1-9723
“Road Service" "Snow Removing"
TURKEYS
PLUMP
SIEWERS
Fresh Cut-Up
St. Clair-Shaw Poultry Market
Okie’s Mort BeoufiW Store
Rowland’s b7.7,:
13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
Right Next Deer te the Liquor Stere
12 DIFFERENT POSES
FINISHED IN LOVELY
"BRIDAL BLUE"
We will give one FREE to a
Bride getting married in 1957
Come In and Register
Now! No Obligation.
If Yoe Have Already
Made Your Appointment
With Us You May Also
Register For This Prise
DRAWING FRIDAY EVENING,
JANUARY 4th, 8:00 P.M. AT
harry flynn studio
16616 St. Clair Ave. Liberty 1-1080
Open Tueeday and Friday Until 9 P.M.
TWO OFFICES
NOW SERVING GREATER CLEVELAND
SUPERIOR
SAVINGS
DEPOSITS MADE BY JAN. 20th
EARN INTEREST FROM JAN. 1, 1957T
68th —SUPERIOR
814-00
Mast Cars
»39*
.. 25‘
Chicken
12520 St. Clair Avmm
8 AJt to PJM. Mast To The CSewtand True* H—t
Your Friends
Wonderful Selection
You Find At
Rowland Beverage
We Have BVMYTHJNG Tea
Need For A Pleasant and
Successful Party At Home!
e Fine Foods and
Condiments From AU
Over the World
e Home Bar Supplies
e Snack Items
e Liqueurs and Cordials
Hundreds of Items Too Numerous To
List COMB IN AND SEE!
FREE PARKING
Serving E. Cleveland and Clove. Hts. since 1636
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Dolrvor Phone GLenville 1-6305
We Rant Punch Bowls and Cups Ops* HD 10 P. M. Dally
TO INTRODUCE
OUR NEW
BRIDAL ALBUM
Drive In From
Euclid or Superior
Right Up To Our
Bade Doorl
AVENUE

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