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INCOME TAN
Returns Prepared
Also County and State
16371 Euclid at Belvoir
GL. 1-8999 PO. 1-6415
Open Saturday and Sunday
Park Free In Rear
Window Washing
Storm Window and Screen
Service Wall Washing
Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fullv Insured
VETERANS
CLEANING
GL 1-7482 Eves. LL 1-8222
Onlu
PolI$Parrot
SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Gym Shoes Ballet
and Tap
BAUMGARTENS
FAMILY SHOE STORE
1427 HAYDEN AVE. GL. 1-85 IS
We Give and Redeem Eagle Slampt
FIRSTAVE
DRUG
1766 Hayden Ave.
Corner First Ave.
GL. 1-3335
We Specialize In
PRESCRIPTIONS
U. S. POSTAL
SUB STATION
131
B&B
AUTO GLASS
7210 CARNEGIE
ENdicott 1-2790
Card Party At
Superior To Aid
The Pre-Schoolers
At 10:30
bring the family to Smith's
Your family will love the change
even more, they'll love our
tine food and our relaxed atmos
phere They'll want to come
often.
Smith's
NORTH
AMERICAN
v BAKR
DEPOSITS INSURED
to *10.000 BV TH!
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Visit us often.
here.
cards is
the Pre
Superior
for their
February
FA 1-1999 Mrs. Myron T.
.Tetleman, FA 1-7524 or Mrs.
Jerry Korman, YE 2-4803.
Mrs. Tetleman suggests that
.friends desking to attend this
party make up their tables
now and call one of the ticket
sellers.
The Superior Pre-School was
formed in September, 1956 and
is open to all mothers of pre
school
years.
children aged 4 to 5
group, mothers and chil
meet every Thursday
The
dren,
from 9:30 to 11:30 m., each
with their own program. While
the children are in the nursery
under trained supervision, the
mothers have a program which
varies from a film on child
behavior or a talk on child
rearing, to personal topics such
as make-up, better grooming,
foods, etc.
break, two
hostess of
same time the nursery children
are served milk and cookies.
Because of the splendid
planning, mothers and children
look forward to these Thurs
day mornings, and there is
usually a full attendance every
time.
RAYMOND R. KRUEGER
CONSULTANT -INCOME TAX
890 East 152nd St.—One Door North of Plata Theatre
TAX RETURNS S1.00 AND UP
For Appointment Only Call UL 1-1974 or HI. 2-1797
Open Daily 10 A M. to 9 P.M., Saturdays 9 A.M. to S P.M.
Closed Wednesdays 6:00 P.M.
AUTO GLASS
INSTALLED
On Any Make of Car or Truck
While-IF-Waiff
RESTAURANT
Lake Shore Blvd, at East 222nd St.
I STOP IN AT MY
FGIENDLY BANK
AGAIN AND THEN
AGAIN
SOAA£TIA*.£S TO
MAK£ DEPOSITS
SOMETIMES TO FILL
MY PEN/
0.
You are always welcome
And, for your own future, be sure
to drop in with a deposit every payday.
NORTH AMERICAN BANK
3 CONVENIENT EAST- SIDE LOCATIONS
6131 ST. CLAIR. 15619 WATERLOO
AVENUE ROAD
34?6 EAST 93ra
STREET
All pre-school mothers in
the Superior School district
are welcome.
This social card party is one
of the events to raise funds
for support of this project,
which calls for trained instruc
tor for the wee folk as well as
materials with which to work.
is
Whatever the cause, there
nothing that gives the genuine
pleasure of a travelogue or an
hour at cards. And
the medium which
School Mothers of
School are offering
party on Tuesday,
25th at the school, 13560 Su
1 perior rd., about a block
south of Euclid ave.
i This group must be self
supporting since they are what
they are: Pre-School. Tickets
!can be obtained at the door or
I by calling Mrs. Sheldon Braff,
Cub Scouts
Pack 13, Mayfair School:
The parents and scouts en
joyed seeing the crafts the boys
made, on display in the library
window, during Boy Scout
Week.
New Den Chiefs, scouts from
Troop 8, are Gary Arnold, for
Mrs. Griswold Den 10 Michael
(Mike) Make, for Mrs. Evans
Den 11 Charles (Chuck)
Pierce, for Mrs. Yarosh Den
12 Mrs. Martin is taking over
Mrs. Rothaermel’s Den 13.
Their chief is Frank Ver Hage.
On February 20th, Cubs Neil
Austin, Richard and Robert
Hayes, and Victor Price are
graduating into Boy Scouts as
Webelos, with James Watt as
their chief.
Cubmaster Robert Ledger
urges all parents to attend this
graduation ceremony.
Fitzmeyer, a pupil at
the King school, was
the 73 youths who on
Dan
there is a coffee
mothers being the
the day. At this
WE FIX
Locks
Hydraulic
WE REPLACE
Windshields
Side and
Windows
Door Glass
Channels
Regulators
Handles
Side Felts
Back Glass
In Flat or Curved
Tinted or Clear
Safety Glass
Our Products and Work
Guaranteed!
Christ
among
Sunday were awarded the As
Altare Dei Cross, highest
award for Catholic Boy Scouts.
Archbishop Edward F. Hoban
made the awards at St. John's
Cathedral Sunday.
SITlMTIOH WANTED
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
BY PHONE 90c MINIMUM,
CASH WITH ADVERTISE
MENT—75c MINIMVM. MUST
BE IN OUR OFFICE BEFORE
NOON WEDNESDAY. N O
CANCELLATION OR ALTER
ATION AFTER 5 P. M. TUES
DAY.
LADIES LIMBERING
JEAN Murphy Studio look, feel
fit. (less than $1 week), evenings.
623 East 222nd st.. KE. 1-7212.
LADIES’ alterations: dresses,
skirts, jackets, fortnals: drapes
in my home. 496 East 125th.,
north of St. Clair. MU. 1-3544.
HAVE truck for light hauling. Call
KE. 1-9393.
SMALL family washings done in
my home. RE. 1-7636.
ALTERATIONS, men s clothing,
experienced tailor, work guaran
teed. KE. 1-1988.
BABY sitting, mature woman,
nights. LI. 1-7882
DRAPERIES
FREE labor, samples snown in your
home custom made slip covers.
Y’E. 2-6200.
ALTERATIONS of all ladies' cloth
ing aiso remodeling spring coats,
suits, dresses a specialty all
work guaranteed, reasonable.
WH 4-2311.
DRESSMAKING, tailoring, altera
tions. PO._ 1-3053.
COMPLETE alterations and re
modeling. many years experi
ence, all work guaranteed, rea
sonable, pickup in Euclid. RE.
1-6369.
DRESSMAKING, complete altera
tions. men’s and women’s cloth
ing, party dresses. 20280 Lind
berg it IV. 1-3275.
ACCOUNTING and tax service: ac
counting and taxes for small
businesses and individuals. WY.
1-8573.
VELVA’S Alteration Shop dress
making. alterations, remodeling,
tailoring, men and women
drapes made to order. 13430 St.
Clair. UL. 1-3592.
DRESSMAKING and alterations,
work guaranteed reasonable
prices. RE.1-7399.
WILL take care of children in my
home days, for working moth
_ers. RE. 2-8186.________ ________
ALTERATIONS on ladies’ and chil
drens’ clothing also remodeling,
reasonable. KE. 1-4260.
Drapes Cleaned
WE TAKE THEM DOWN
AND REHANG THEM
W* Repair, Reiiem and Remake
New Draperies Made To Order
Allan Draperies
15517 Euclid Ave. IV. 6 1132
CHILD care in my home for work
ing or shopping mother. IV.
1-3666. ____________
JRING cleaning with the home
1 uch wall and woodwork wash
ing, p-per cleaning husband and
wife team: also plumbing, elec
trical and carpenter repairs win
dow v. ashing and gutter work.
TV. 1-3 10.
WASHING or ironing, pick-up and
deliver in Euclid. RE. 1-1846.
HEMMING, seams repaired, zip
pers put in experienced, reason
able. guaranteed work. 531 East
222nd st--_REj_
HAND ironing done in my home
special attention given to fine
things shirts, curtains and flat
work. a specialty, no work
clothes or uniforms, you deliver.
MU. 1 -6069.____________________
MAN with 2-ton dump truck de
sires hauling of any kind rub
bish. ashes, dirt garages torn
down basements and attics
cleaned. GL. 1-3841.
SLIP covers made in your home
with vour material reasonable
rates. RA^l-2247^
EUCLID student, 17. wants job
after senool and Saturday store,
gas station, etc., has driver’s
license. RE._1-0380.
IRONING done in my home. RE.
J-9468.
WILL do typing, stuffing, sorting,
etc., in my home have insurance
expe-knre. WH. 2-7406.
HANDY man would like ocfd jobs.
IV. l-7u«2.______________________
ALTERATIONS, hems and repairs.
quick service. 791 East 232nd st.,
_RE._1 -2654._____________________
WILL sit with baby at my apart
ment or your home. LI, 1-8664.
CHILD CARE
I WILL care for your child in my
home, $11 a week. MU. 1-0389.
YOUNG married man desires Sat
urday work, has chauffeur's
license, plumbing experience,
etc., but anything reasonable ac
cepted. Call GL. 1-3203 after 5:30
p. m. ____________ _____________
LADY for general light house
cleaning in vicinity of Euclid.
IV. 1-5012.____________________
DAY work, 3 or 4 hours a day. IV.
1-3086.
STATISTICAL typing, tax reports,
appraisals, in my home, vicinity
East 200th st., Euclid, Ohio can
furnish reference downtown tax
accountant and also realtor. IV.
6-1538..
BABY sitting, evenings, Saturday
and Sunday, experienced reli
able woman, vicinity Willowick
WH. 4-0871.
BABY sitting anytime also work
by the day. WH. 4-0581.
CkurckeA
East Cleveland Ministers will
hold their monthly meeting at
the East Cleveland Baptist
Church on Friday, February
14th, starting at 11:30 a. m.
followed by lunch. Mr. Stanley
Webster, director of law for
East Cleveland, will address the
group.
Who knows what the .Men of
the Latta Class of the East
Cleveland Baptist Church have
planned for their ladies on St.
Valentine’s Day which is sched
uled as “Ladies Night Out.”
The Junior High group from
the East Cleveland Baptist
Church will meet at the Church
on Friday, February 14th at
7 p. m. to go on a hayride.
Sermon Topic at the Morning
Worship Service on Sunday.
February 16th is announced as
“Youth Face The Future.”
It is School of Missions time
again, the first program being
planned for February 19th
starting with dinner, after
which the film “The Broken
Mask” will be shown. Dates for
the two other meetings of this
series are March 19th, and
April 16th.
Calvary Lutheran Church will
observe a day of prayer, Tues
day. February 25th, starting at
10:00 a. m. with women from
First Messiah and St. James
participating. A luncheon at
noon with the service continu
ing in the afternoon.
“Next Witness for Christ” is
the theme of the program writ
ten by Mrs. Chitose Japan, wife
of the president of the Japan
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
The Women’s Association of
Windermere Presbyterian
Church will meet at 10 a. m.,
Tuesday, February 18th, for
hospital sewing and quilting.
Luncheon will be served at
12:30 by Mrs. James Surgeon
St. James Lutheran
Church
i United Lvthtran Church in America'
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBERT BARKLEY. Pastor
9:30 A.M., Church Schoo]
10:45 A.M.
Worship Service
St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland. Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hall.
Rector
8:00
A M. Holy Communion.
9:30
A..N. -Family Service,
Church School AH
Grades.
11:15
AN -Holy Communion.
(Church School Nursery
Through Primary)
Hayden Avenue
Baptist Church
(Comer »f Hayden and Second)
SUNDAY SCHOOl
».45 A M.
Supervised Nursery
WORSHIP SERVICE
11:09 A M.
Jr and Primary
Worship
EVEN INS SERVICE
DONALD WOODBY Pastoi
GL 1-5572 Church UL. 1-0841
A Fundamental Baptist Church
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
W
The Senior Choir will sing as
the anthem “Thy Blessings,
Father” by Johnson and as the
offertory “Be Thou My Viion”
which is set to an old Irish tune.
4
NATIONAL CRIME WEEK observance by East Cleveland Exchange Club brought
a gift of Brittanica Encyclopedias to the Rose Mary Home. Here (left to right)
are J. Patrick Rooney, president of the board J. Durant Mix, Exchange Club
president Charles Kastilan, Exchange Club "Crime Week" chairman Sister Mary
Lauretta, school administrator and children who seem eager to use the gift.
and Mrs. C. R. Baker, followed
by devotions lead by Mrs.
Myrtle Schuman. The program,
“On Giving Yourself Away,”
will be conducted by Mrs. Maise,
Director of Garden Valley
ghborhood House.
VALENTINE PARTY
AT ST. PHILOMENA S
On Friday, February
the Saint Philomena Guild will
hold a Valentine Card Party in
the Social Hall at 8 o’clock. This
month the committee promises
an exceptional party, with table
prizes that are particularly ap
pealing. These will be gay and
colorful aprons which have been
made by talented members of
the Guild.
Chairman, Miss Grace O’Don
nell, will be assisted by the fol
lowing: Mrs. Mary McWeeney,
tickets Mrs. Robert Cater,
games Mrs. Eileen O’Malley,
refreshment Mrs. John Depke,
hospitality Mrs. Dorothy
McGraw, prizes Mrs. Emily
Metz, table. The committee is
made up of members of the
Guild whose names begin with
through part of P.
“Rejoice and Be Glad” will be
the sermon topic of Rev. Roscoe
J. Varble next Sunday at the
10:45 a m. worship service at
the Phillips Avenue Presby
terian Church. East 125th st. at
Phillips ave.
The circles of the Woman’s!
Society of Christian Service of
the Windermere Church will
meet in the homes of the fol
lowing hoste^es:
Tuesday, February 18th at]
8:00 p. m.: Circle 7, Mrs. Jos.
Benich, 1813 Charles ave.
Circle 8, Mrs. Archie McArthur,'
1022 Evangeline rd. Circle 9,
at the church Circle 10, Mrs.
Eileen Austin, 1722 Holyoke.
Wednesday, February 19th at!
12:30 p. m.: Circle 1, A. E. Grif-1
fith, 2025 Mt. Vernon blvd.
Circle 2, Mrs. R. H. Osborne.!
146000 Alder ave. Circle 3, Mrs.,
H. E. Morlan, 1732 Holyoke]
ave. Circle 4, Mrs. E W. Fores
ter, 14500 Potomac Circle 5,
Mrs. Paul McClelland, 1160j
Brentwood rd. Circle 6, Mrs.
Robert Shankland, 15800 Hazel. I
The United Lutheran Church
Women of St. James Lutheran
Church are celebrating the 50th
anniversary of the magazine
“Lutheran Women’s Work” by
using this as the theme for
the topic of the February meet
ing. Mrs. Robert Barkley will
direct the program “School
Days” with audience participa
tion on Tuesday, February 18th,
at 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Clarence Or
wig will conduct the devotions.
All members and friends of
St. James are cordially invited
to come out and enjoy this pro
gram and the social hour which
follows.
For Printing GL. 1-4383
eager to use the gift.
Girl Scouts
Nei-
At the annual meeting of St.
Philomena Girl Scouts Neigh
borhood Committee the follow
ing officers were elected for
this year:
14 th,
Neighborhood Chairman—
Mrs. John Turner Secretary—
Mrs. Louis Soeder Treasurer
—Mrs. Frank Habel Second
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
ROBERT H. SECRIST. Pastoi
9:30—Church Schoo]
10:45—Morning Worship
YOU ARE WELCOME
Windermere
Methodist Church
Euclid Avenue at Holyoke
M. WAYNE McQUEEN
FRANK MARLETT
Ministers
Church School, 9:30 A.M
Worship Service, 10:45
Fellowchip
Fellowship
6:00
7:00
lr Hi Youth
Sr Hi Youth
Young Adult Fellowship. 7:00
EVERYONE WELCOME
WINDERMERE
Presbyterian Churcl
E*tablih«d
1896—Your Family Church
in the Heart of East Cleveland
Church
School
NutMry
Car*
During
Church
11:00
Moming
Worship
EUCLID at WINDERMERE
Opposite East Cleveland Library
Sermon Topic:
"THE PRISONERS SONG"
Rev. J. Franklin McHendry
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
Rev.
Wm. P. Wilhoyte
Robert Witbeck
Minister of Music
SERMON TOPICS
10:45 AM.
MOSES THE MIGHTY'
7:30 P.M.
Sunday School
East Cleveland Congregational Church
Euclid Avenue at Page
9:30 A M.—Worship and Study Hour 11:00 AM—Divine Warship
11:00 A.M.—Church School and Crib Room
11:00 A.M. Sermon Topic: "LORD HELP OUR UNBELIEF*
By LINDA PARKER and JAMES DAUBER
10:45 A.M
Sunday Sennon
Sunday Evening ... 7:30 PJ4
EVANGELISTIC
CRUSADE
First Friends
Church
SUPERIOR et MELBOURNE RD.
FEB. 2nd to 16th
SERVICES EACH EVENIHS
7:80 P.M. (fxcopt Saturday)
SUNDAY SERVICES
10:43 A.M. and 7:30 RM.
REV. E. A. LOCKWOOD
Evangelist
Mt. Starling, Kentucky
REV. RALPH A. SMALLWOOD
Delegate—Mrs. William Lewis
First Alternate—Mrs. Joseph
De Lost Second Alternate—
Mrs. William Parry.
Mrs. Turner has chosen the
following special chairmen to
serve with her: Calendar—
Mrs. Joseph Dargga Cookies—
Mrs. Dan Bayle CYO Repre
sentative—Mrs. Frank J. Mar
ecz Outdoor Mrs. Robert
Sarriga Publicity—Mrs. Cor
nelius Phelps Service—Mrs.
Frank O’Neil Troop Consult
ant—fars. Walter artery
Troop Organizer—Mrs. Ted,
Deardon World Friendship—]
Mrs. Joseph DeLost and Mrs.
Charles Reeves, co-chairmen.
Knowing the serial numbers
on articles about the business,
home or person, can be a de
cided help in case of loss or
theft.
|peaths|
Obiturary notices may be
phoned to PO 1-3378 through
Tuesday and to GL 1-4383 to
10:00 a. m. on Wednesday for
the Thursday edition.
Mrs. Blanch Saltsman
Mrs. Blanch Saltsman, widow
of William mother of Mildred
Mrs. Mayme Murphy"
On February 8th, seven weeks’
following the death of her hus
band, Walter, Mrs. Mayme
Murphy of 14715 Elderwood]
ave. died in a private hospital.
Services were February 11th.
Mrs. Murphy was a i
member of Calvary Presbyter-1
ian Church and had been em
ployed in the home frocks de
partment of the May Co. for
many years. Her husband was
a former regional officer of the
Veterans Administration in the
loan approval department.
Mrs. Emma W. Smillie
A native Clevelander, I
Emma Smillie, widow of
liam Smillie. a welder
General Electric Co.,
Funeral Home by Rev. Leroy
Hensel.
Mrs. West was the wife of
the late Daniel.
She is survived by three
sisters. Mrs. Agnes Cumler,
Mrs. Mae Harris and Mrs. Sade
Bentler and three brothers,
James, William and Josephine
Donahue.
Burial was in Highland Park
Cemetery.
In Memoriam
HENRY Reitenbach. Passed away
February 16th, 1954.
February brings sad memories
Of our loved one laid to rest.
You will never be forgotten
By the ones who loved you
best.
=fHll
Loving Mother, Brother
and Nephews
In Memoriam
TRUDEAU, Alfred. Sr., February
15. 1955:
Today recalls sad memories of
a dear father gone to rest and
the ones who think of him today
are the ones who loved him best.
Loving Family
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FOR INFORMATION
STOP IN OR PHONE
HARRY REID'S
HAYDEN
HARDWARE
GLenville 1-8642
1505 HAYDEN AVENUE
AUTO PAINT
JOB
retTbake omly
GL.
1-0825
1520
Ser
Lis-:
Brayley and Marguerite
Holyoke, February 6th.
vices here and burial at
bon, Ohio February 10th.
Daily
8 A.M.
to 8 P.M.
Mrs.
Wil
fot
died
ave. She was
February 5th at her home,
14634 Savannah
76.
Services were
7th with burial
Cemetery.
held February
in Lake View]
She was a quarter century
member of the Eastern Star
and a member of Windermere
Methodist Church. She is sur
vived by nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Elizabeth West
i Mrs. Elizabeth West who
lived at 1753 Amhurst ave. for
the past thirty years died
February 9th. Funeral services
were conducted Wednesday
afternoon at the Mullally
FREE PARKING
Show Your
Valentine You
Really Care By
Giving Gifts of Our'
as precious and enduring as
nwwday, Febreary It, T9SI
MUSIC and DANCING
Every Saturday Night
DINE AMD DANCE WITH
BOB BERRY
Budget Terms For Repairs
Lakeland Body & Paint Shop
1310 East 260th St. REdweod 1-9006
Located Between Euclid Ave. and Nickel Plate R.R.
mi
AND WS
GOLDEN TRUMPET
The Green Darby
Lake Shore Blvd, at East 142nd St KE. 1-3191
SPECIAL
ONE MONTH ONLY
$59.50
YOUNG TOM
lb. 33c
Ducks lb. 39c
Trash Cut-Up
CHICKEN
Legs-Breasts lb. 69c
St. Clair-Shaw
Poultry Market
Ohio's Most Beautiful Store
12520 St. Clair Ave.1
Next to Cleveland Trust Bank
Rowland's "S'
13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
Right Next Doer to the Liquor Store
Taste Tempting
Wines of the World!
Armond's
STRAWBERRY WINE
FROM WONDERFUL COPENHAGEN
DANISH BANDOR
BLACKBERRY WINE
RASPBERRY WINE
HONEY WINE
Harvey's
BRISTOL CREAM
SHERRY
Drive In From
Euclid or Superior
Right Up To Our
Back Doorl
Serving E. Cleveland and Cleveland Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Deliver Phone GLenville 1-8305
Wo Rent Punch Bowls and Cups Open Till 10 P.M. Daily
Emma Maurer, 1722 Coit Ave. Anne Matz. 15911 Elderwood Ave
TO GIVE WITH
i2,'»
Fine Jewelry treasures
love itself. You'll like our budget-wise prices.
o
elson
EAST CLEVELANDS JEWELER SINCE 1920
1385 Hayden Avenue Near Shaw

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