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Wool
GLOVES
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Full
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$2.00
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SCARFS
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USE THE
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Items for this column may be
sent to 14600 Euclid ave It is
appreciated when club news is
received no later than Monday
for the following Thursday is
sue.
Hoop Skirts, Silver and
Spice. What images this phrase
brings to mind. As interesting
is the topic is the program
East Ohio Gas Co. is offering
at the Monday, January 20th
meeting of the Business and
Professional group at the East
Cleveland YWCA.
Witth Williamsburg as a
background, one visits the 18th
century King’s Arms Tavern
where waiters in ruffled skirts
and silk breechps serve delici
ous foods. Today’*
wM® AWUOe J. Ulla ICllvDll"
s refresh-
to be there.
LEARN POPULAR
PIANO IN
90 DAYS
HAYDEN AVENUE
MUSIC CO.
1628 Hayden GL. 1-5457
Betty L. Cooper.
1829
Hastings
invest in
ATOMIC SCIENCE
through
ATOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
MUTUAL
FUND, INC.
Mf FACTS AND mt MOVSOM
SUBURBAN
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Mutual Fund Shares—Stock* Bonds
732 E. 200th St. IV. 6-1850
Gladys Crandall. ISIS Posrtlac Ave.
FASHION SHOP
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TONIGHT al the library,
14101 Euclid ave., Robert
Gasker presents “Literary
England” in slides and
narration at 8:00 p. m.
All welcome.
merits will be served by Miss attend the luncheon Thursday,
Ruth Harins, Miss Juliet January 23rd at 1:00 p. rKJ
good way to start the
Year for all members and
New
friends of The East Cleveland
“Y” Mothers Club would be to
For years our eustomers have taken advantage of our Clearance
Sale Values We reduce our prices to attractive LOWS to clear our
shelve* for new fresh merchandise. Imagine $5.00 Bras for
enly 69c.
Party Dresses
UraSSfiS Ca8ual Dresm 0o70 I Ze70
Kllit Dresses
WOOL AND CAMCI HAIR (Form, to $55)
W" I RW RAIN AND SHINC (At Lak. Shore)
Sweaters
mm
rvuLn xi a in s, .uiss uuiieii .— P* ^j'two exceptions: The National
Harms and Miss Lois Maxwell. |The ^speaker win be Mrs._EamFoundation asks the patient to
The evening is open to all ,, .,
interested but please call GL. cal1 the Polio insurance to its extent
1-3425 for reservations. Its
"ecessary to know how many-*
plan
The Woman’s Board of Hu-
CA$HMBRCS (At Lak. Shore)—
SHCTLANDS
FUR BLENDS ORLONS
DRESSY SKIRTS Formerly
TWiEDS-WOOLS To 14.98
JERSEY BLOUSES Plain, Fancy
COTTON$ DACRONS ..
DRES$Y NYLON$-DACRON$ (10.98)_
MffaiHLJuniuun
Dr. Frederick R. Mautz will
discuss “Heart Disorders.”
Dorothy Klein Rice and Es
ther Hodgkinson are return
ing, by request, for another
program of marimba music for
the East Cleveland Woman’s
Club. The date is January 23rd,
the time also for their semi
annual luncheon. Reservations
by January 21st to Mrs. J. J.
Cleary or Mrs. J. J. Shalvoy.
Polio Chairmen
Write. Letter To
Local Residents
From Stanton Addams and
Alcwyn Isaac, Polio Chairmen
“Since the inception of polio
campaigns in 1949, the Na
tional Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis has borne the entire
expense in caring for and cur
ing every polio case in this
community. There are only
w Wi 11X1 ktAAA Ujr A 11CX Cll VFJlljf
R. Hoover on “Why Weight?”juse his hospitalization and
“Y” house, GY 1-3425 by Tues
day, January 21st. Mrs. T. C.
I Noon is in charge of the lunch
eon.
Circle No. 5 of Phillips Pres
byterian Church is having aj
“Luncheon Is Served” program
on Thursday, January 3rd at
one o’clock.
if he has it. Even in these
!ase«, the Foundaton has
really provided the research
and apparatus used. Some who
were financially able paid their
bill, but their number was very
small indeed. Many cases cost
thousands of dollars, requiring
specialized therapeutic and
surgical treatment and appara
tus for years.
“To be sure, the community
ron,‘Li7‘Hospitari M”Mhed”’ ,?"del at, «"e
uled an .May conclave for only pay,ng ,n part
3 its debt to the Foundation. To
Monday. January 20th, at the (here u Salk Tac.
hospitaI. ..'cine—which we owe entirely to
The Surgical Dressing Lnit^^ FoundatiOn. Your children
will meet at 10:00 a. m. underiare protected by the
the direction of Mrs. William ga]j, vaccjne but for complete
C. Domino, Chairman, and I protection, an improved vac
luncheon is at noon in the cafe-:cjne js necessary. That is why
teria. I Dr Salk has remained on the
Mrs. Guy T. Rockwell. Pres- payroll of the Foundation to
ident, will open the 1 p. m. ses- complete his job despite
sion with a brief business meet-.fabulous offers from chemical
companies.
Like other health founda-
ing.
Mrs. J. Ford Pisor. program
chairman, will present a rep- tions, the Polio Foundation is
resentative of the Pan-Ameri-|also spending vast sums on re
can Airways who will take,searchto perfect its vaccine,
those present on a vicarious But* in addition, the Polio
trip, via sound color film,'foundation is caring for vic
through the colorful country of tims unfortunate enough to
Austria ihave had polio before the Salk
Piano music will be furnished vacc,’ne,__'t^.__nlO^rnr*lrea^
by Mrs. Carl Peck.
The tea to follow will be
served by: Mrs. W. W. Morison,'
ment, approximately 50% of
all cases are complete recov
eries. The seemingly hopeless
_, victims are at least being made
Chairman, Mrs. TV. B. Owen, more comfortable_and there ls
Mrs. N. Lester Farnacy, Mrs.istiH hope that they may jm_
Edward A. Marshall, Mrs. TV .S prove The PoHo Foundation
Evans and Mrs. H. G. Pea.t |doeg not want to desert them.
22308 LAKE SHORE BLVD.
Shore Center, In Downtown Euclid
Ouf (jreatbi Reduced priced
a no QQ
Formerly to $40, Now 16.98
CAR COAT (Formerly to $30). -----------10.98-17.98
I And we have confidence that
The Mother’s Circle of Hopeyou do not want to desert them.
Lutheran Church will have its! “The night of the Mothers’
regular meeting on Tuesday,!March on Polio is Wednesday,
January 21st at 8:30 p. m. when January 29th.’*
26.98-33.50
10.98-14.98
14.98-17.98
5.98-6.98
2.98- 5.98
3.98- 5.98
3.98- 6.98
3.98-4.98
3.98-4.98
6.98
E. 152nd and St. Clair Ave.
Open Wednesday To 1 PJM.
Friday To 8 P.M.
All Other Days To 6 P.M.
ROBES
Pajamas
HAND
BAGS
BELTS
LEATHER
JACKETS
SCARFS
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ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES, NO RETURNS
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Webster Sees Good 1958 Ahead
City Grows In Vital Channels
East Cleveland 1958 code violations are a constant
what will it be? challenge.
This is the question Law Di-, On the brighter side for a
rector Stanley Webster put, good 1958, the law director
and answered, for Kiwanians pointed to the city’s three new
as he checked assets against motels, increased interest and
liabilities to come up with a physical growth of the
prediction for a good 1958 in churches, adding that not one
East Cleveland. church had pulled up stakes
A second query: “What Is 'for a n«w location. Mention
East Cleveland” brought the was made of the new home of
answer that while a part of a!the Hayden Avenue Baptist
great metropolitan center, East
Cleveland’s three square miles
and 42,000 people add up to a
community pride and a com
munity consciousness that
makes it unique.
Active service' ..
clubs and a concerned
Our liabilities are common
to a big city environment and
to the fact, that ours is an old
city with many of its young
people moving into new de
velopments.
Incuded are rooming houses,
lack of parking space, traffic,
crime and zoning problems
building, electric and sanitary
Church, the new educational
wing at East Cleveland Con
gregational new sanctuaries at
St. James Lutheran and Christ
the King Catholic and the ex
tensive remodeling at East
Cleveland Baptist Church.
As for Commercial growth,
ahead he listed the active
building program at Nela Park,
new apartments on East 133rd
To some, continued Webster,
East Cleveland is Nela Park
to some it is Shaw High School,
to some it is Forest Hills Park,
but to many, like himself, it and on Superior rd., new
is home. (store fronts, and the enlarged
Every resident is a munici-iNationaI Bindery plant.
pal shareholder and as suchj pubiic Building is also mak
enjoys the assets and must -nJf a gtrjde this year with
recognizes the liabilities of his !construction underway for an
home town. Among the former, enlarped city Hall, Police and
to mention a Fire Station No. 1 and 2 the
outdoor ice rink about com
pleted and Shaw High’s ex
pansion program to house a
pool, music department head
Outstanding schools (6) Euclid toward ^steps'.
Avenue
as' (1) The best city govern
ment in the county (2) Excel
lent police and fire protection
(3) Fine municipal services
(4) Parks second to one (5) qUarters and a student lounge.
(T) Active service' Webster, stand for de
velopment despite the city’s
11 age. All combined will make for
Com­’
munity Council (8) Nineteen
churches (9) 'Y MCA-Y5VCA, even a better place to live,
(10) Strong libraries
Huron Road Hospital
Rapid Transit.
WINTER
SALE
I Regular 942.95 and $59.95
SUITS
NOW
I
949.95 Value "New Yorker"
I OVERCOATS Now 29.95
918.00 Tailor Made
I TROUSERS
NOW
I BELT FREE
OTHERS (Formerly To $7.98)
OUR ENTIRE SELECTION
OF LEATHER BELTS SUM
CONTOUR LEOPARD
Spacious
Banquet
Rooms
Wedding
Parties
j_
rear a family and do business.
12' Investment in East Cleveland
in 1958 is going to bring a
good return.
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from your
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For details call or write
PIERCE DISTRIBUTORS
18315 St Clair KE. 1-9633
34.95
and
42J5
13.95“d
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CHENILLE CORDUROY (5.98-6.98)
COTTON QUILT NYLONS (7.98-10.98)
NYLON QUILTED LOUNGING PJ.'s (22.98)
FLANNEL COTTON
(Lake Shore Store Only)
TRIMMED BAGS (Formerly 5.00)
ITALIAN IMPORTS (Formerly 5.00)
COLORS: RED BLUE
MUSHROOM SUEDE NATURAL
(Lake Shore Store Only)
SMALL SQUARES MEDIUM
SQUARES LARGE SQUARES
Scarfs By Verta
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
JANUARY INVENTORY SALE
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON
MANY ITEMS
Complete Selection
DICKARD'S RELIGIOUS GOODS
14712 Lake Shore Blvd. IVanhoe 6-3980
Before You Decide Where To Have Your Wedding Reception Soo
Owen 3Plantation
PRIVATE LESSONS
FOR ADULTS IN
SOCIAL DANCING
3.98
5.98
12.98
2.98
1.99
2.99
1.99-4.99
1.29
19.98
79*10
1.79
EAST 222nd ST. AND
LAKE SHORE BLVD.
Thun, and Fri. To 9 PK.
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Our Food and 15357
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ENROLL NOW!
Business
Girls'
and
Women's
O Ballet
O Limberin
O Tap
Clouet
To Retain a
Well Proper
tionod Figure
SOCIAL DANCING
CLASSES FOR
TEENAGERS & JUNIORS
Owen
Anniversaries
Birthdays
Business
Meetings
Pleasant
Atmosphere
Wedding Reserva
tions Should Be
Well In Advance
CLASSES STARTING AT
SPECIAL
CLASSES
A beautiful
school design
ed for dance
education and
dignity the
highest stand
ard in dance
culture.
FOR
LITTLE TOTS IN
BALLET RHYTHMIC
AND ACROBATIC
Pupils are not only taught how to dance but are instructed In the
social etiquette that make* dancing a pleasure. Special attention it
given to overcoming of fault* »uch a* tenseness, self-consciousness
and lack of poise, stressing good posture and ballroom etiquette.
TAP and ACROBATIC
CLASSES FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS
Formerly Premier Danseuse and Ballet Mistress of
Elliot Comstock and Schubert Productions
HEIGHTS ROCKEFELLER BLDG. (Cor. Lee and Mayfield)
Phone FAirmount 1-1322 Ample Parking Space
GIRDLES
$2.00
ST. CLAIR ONLY
DRESSES
$5.00
ST. CLAIR ONLY
ODDS
and
ENDS
VELVET
BLOUSES
COTTON
BLOUSES
I
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Nylon 1
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PANTIES
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