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8th RECORD WEEK
INCOME TAX RETURNS
Business Individual Partnership Estimate*
Complete Bookkeeping for Small Businees—Genl Insurance Agent*
PO. 1-7200
Call Morning* for Appointment
BACC TIIRRC 740 East 152nd St*
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EN. 1 3826 SW. 1-2088
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N. Y. Time*
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... but the devil invented
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KIMSM.EY- INTIANATIONAL ReltOT.
STARTS TONIGHT AT THE NEW
CONTINENTAL ART THEATRE
13931 Euclid Ave. Phone GL. 1-8147 Free Parking!
WINTER SPECIAL
Complete Chassis Lubrication
Change Engine Oil
Change to Winter Grease Includes Drain,
Flush and Refill
Repack Front Wheel Bearings
Clean Carburetor Air Cleaner
Check Battery Cables and Tires
Includes Motor Oil and All Grease
Does Not Include Power Glide Oil
$7.95
We Do Body and Fender Straightening
Also Refinish Rust Spots
JACKSHAW CHEVROLET
543 East 185th Street IVanhoe 1-9090
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lncludin
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IV. 1-7676
Insurance
Compare ... Be Sure Insure
With One of the Above Agents.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO
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blue
and white color
scheme added beauty to the
wedding ceremonies for Cariel
len Thompson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Thomp
son, 936 Ravine dr., and Wil
liam Edward Matthews, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Matthews
of 1508 Bell rd., Chagrin Falls
as they pledged their troth in
Windermere Methodist Church
Saturday, February 1st. The
minister, Dr. M. Wayne Mc
Queen officiated before the al
tar where seven branched can
delabra and bouquets of white
roses and white gladiolas were
arranged against a background
of ferns. Sixteen front pews
had white glad and satin rib
bon markers.
Blue velvet sheaths with
matching satin cumberbunds
falling into panels were worn
by the bride’s attendants, her
cousin, Lois Ellen Stewart of
Muskegon, Mich., as maid of
honor: the maids, Mrs. D. H.
Donald Morrison of Kent, and
sorority sisters Jill Evans of
Delmar, N. Y., and Sylvia
Smith of Akron. Another so
rority sister, Frances Weidner
of Rocky River, together with
the groom’s sister, Joan, and
Roberta Hatch of Brecksville,
served as hostess* aides. All
carried muffs marked with a
red nosegay.
Cousins of the bride, Paula
Jean and Kirk Owen, children
of the H. K. Millhoffs. were
flower girl and
Paula wore an
blue nylon frock.
ring bearer,
embroidered
was Donald
The best man
Toth of Columbus, Ind., with
ushers Frank Uvenia of Ash
tabula and Thomas Shalleross
of Cleveland, the groom’s
Sigma Nu fraternity brothers.
Also ushering were Gordon
Nichols, Chagrin Falls and the
groom’s brother, G. Locke
Thompson.
The reception followed in
the church parlors and the
newlyweds will be at home in
Chagrin Falls after February
5th.
The bride attended Ohio
University and the groom at
tended Kept State and Ohio
Universities.
SPECIAL GIFT
Would you like a special gill
from your
TUPPERWARE DEALER?
For details call or writ*
PIERCE DISTRIBUTORS
18315 St. Clair KE. 1-9833
Free Movie Tickets
You can get a pair of com
plimentary tickets to th* Shaw
Haydon Theatre by reading Yh*
ads in this paper. There are ten
names in ten ad* scattered thru
the paper. If you find your name,
just clip the ad and take it to
the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and
you'll got two free tickets.
Thursday. Friday. Saturday,
"Pal Joey."
Kiddie Matinee Saturday. Ab
bott and Costello, "Dance With
Me Henry" plus 4 cartoons and
comedy.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,
"Baby Face Nelson" and "The
Monolith Monsters."
Next Wednesday, "Th* Fussy
Pink Nightgown" and "Kelly
and Me."
Check all the ads and maybe
you'll find your name. If not this
week, be sure to look next week.
There'll be ton names each week
good for 20 ticket* at th* Shaw
Hayden Theatre.
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Hom*
KEnmore 1-3600
Foster Homes
Needed
Families needed to care for
children supervised by the Divi
sion of Child Welfare County
Welfare Dept, urgent need foi
ore-school and adolescent chil
dren. This agency pay* board
orovides clothing and medical
care These children are not
for adoption Applicant* must
meet agency standard* and pro
vide references
Cqll ox Writ*
MISS GERTRUDE KOHL
2210 Cedar Ave TO. 1-4135
^nyayemen U
Matthews Conway-Biscotti
Mrs. James Conway, 13600
Graham rd. announces the en
gagement of her daughter,
Patricia Josephine to Robert V.
Biscotti. son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Rocco V. Biscotti, 2261 Tay
jlor rd.
i -Miss Conway is
in June
,ngn
June,
The bride, escorted to the
altar by her father, wore an
Empire mode in pure white
silk velvet over ice blue satin.
Her illusion veil was purchased
in Japan by her father nine
years ago. She carried a cas
cade of the same w’hite flowers
having a touch of blue satin
ribbon.
scheduled to
from Shaw
i .aiice is a
fecnooi. ner
1957 graduate of Shaw
Western
and is now attending
Reserve University.
A summer wedding
planned.
Announcement is made by
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Pease of
1239 Carlyon rd. of the en
gagement of their daughter,
Donna B. Pease to Mr. Jack E.
Dugan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Dugan, 321 East 238th
st., Euclid. No date has been
set for the marriage.
The Urbana (Ohio) Business
and Professional Women’s Club
was awarded first place in the
1957 Caro! Lane Awards,
recognizing “the club contribut
ing the most to traffic acci
dent prevention in communities
across the nation.”
Happiness consists more in
small conveniences or pleasures
that occur every day, than in
great piece.
EAST CLn v nL AN LEADER
Shaw High principal, Mr.
Wayne C. Blough, will speak
on “Visiting the Dependent
Schools Overseas’’ at the PTA
Council’s meeting on February
20th at 10:00 a. m. at Prospect
School.
Mr. Blough recently served
as one of a team of investiga
tors from the National Associ
ation of Secondary Schools who
spent six weeks abroad inspect
ing schools for servicemen’s
children.
The team visited England,
Germany, France, Lybia, New
foundland and Labrador.
Caledonia PTA Parent Edu
cation committee will present a
program of special interest to
mothers of sixth graders Wed
nesday, February 26th, at 2
p. m. in the school auditorium.
Dr. L. L. Myers, principal of
Kirk Junior High School, will
speak on “Orientation to Kirk.”
A question and answer period
will follow.
Caledonia School PTA Pre
School Mothers will meet Wed
nesday, February 19th,at 10:15
a. m. in the Caledonia Library.
The speaker will be H. W.
Wilson, D.D.S. His topic
be “Your Pre-Schooler and
Teeth.”
being
is
Pease-Dugan
WEBER
ICE CREAM CO.
18400 Euclid Ave., East of Green
Open Daily and Sunday Till 10:30
of this special project. Their
experience kept the Sunday
program working smoothly and
efficiently.
“We 'did not' realize what a
really big undertaking this was
going to be when we started
talking about the Salk Vaccine
for adults,” admits Mrs. Evans,
but with everyone’s co-opera
tion, Mayfair PTA completed
the three-shot program to the
satisfaction of hundreds of res
idents of Mayfair District
well as from other sections
the city.”
will
His
CONGRATULATIONS
TO MAYFAIR
Whatever project may
and go in the annals of
fair PTA, its Adult
Health Program will
stand out- as a shining
among its many endeavors.
Mrs. Ethel Thompson, Home
Economist, will speak on “The
Story of Foods.” Refreshments
will be served.
come
May
Polio
still
light
Its third and final or boost
er, Salk shot was administered
Sunday to 498 persons, with an
added 8 extras at the last min
ute. The long list included the
’50 originals on the list, and
about 50 children, brought by
:heir parents.
This particular program was
started in 1957 by Mrs. Thom
as Evans, then president, and
Mrs. Glenn Smith, then Health
Chairman. Incoming 1958 pres
ident, Mrs. Otto Guenther,
wisely continued both Mrs. Ev
ans and Mrs. Smith in charge
Mrs. Thompson, a former
East Clevelander and mother of
three children, taught at a bak-
NORAH McGONNELL
Teacher of Voice
POPULAR—CLASSICAL
ITALIAN METHOD
Teacher of Stars on Radio,
Stage and Television
RADIO CONCERT ORATORIO
OPERA "SONG STYLING"
Children and Adult*
Open Noon Until 9 P.M.
591 East 185th Street
1706 Euclid CH. 1-6633
POLICE OFFICERS
CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND
Requirements: Ages 23-28—5'8" to 6'3
$5,200 IN TWO YEARS
Above Salary To Be Increased Early in 1958
Permanent Civil Service status on a professional Police force
40-hour work week. Pension of 50% of salary at age 52 aftei
25 years service, increasing with additional years service.
Liberal disability benefits and protection for dependents effective
immediately. Liberal sick leave. Hospital and Insurance plan
Paid annual vacation of 3 weeks 4 weeks after 15 years service.
APPLY SECRETARY
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
14340 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland 12, Ohio
Applications Close February 21. 1958
ing school in Montana, for 18
years.
PreschooJ children will be
treated to stories and games
under the able direction of Miss
Jean Hoffman, Children’s Li
brarian. Children under three
will be taken care of in the
crib room with an adult in
charge.
The Caledonia Co-operative
Pre-School Center will have its
first class Thursday, February
20th from 9:00 to 11:30 a. m.
at the Church of the Cross,
Caledonia at Winsford rds.
This class will meet Thursday
and Friday morning through
out the present school year.
as
of
MAYFAIR-CHAMBERS
PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
Mayfair Preschool Chairman,
Mrs. Louis Komaromy, and
Chambers Presthool Chairman,
Mrs. Edward Kent, with branch
librarian, Mrs. Elna Hukari,
cordially invite all mothers of
preschool children tb attend the
program of February 19th,
Wednesday .at 10:30 a. m. at
the North Branch Library at
1481 Hayden ave.
interested
their three
may call
Mothers
in the
or four
Norman
1-1832.
school for
year-olds
Jarkfwicz,
There are still vacancies.
GLenville
The Mothers will have a
meeting of “First Day Night”
at Caledonia Library at
p. m.
7:30
ETHICAL SOCIETY
“Japanese Ethics: The
of a Nation” will be the
ject of an address by Walter
B. Pederson at a meeting of
the Cleveland Ethical Society
at its meeting Sunday, Febru
ary 16th at 10:45 a. m. at Lud
low School. Mr. Pederson was
in Japan as an Educational
Officer with Military Govern
ment teaching Democracy from
1946-1951. i
Soul
sub­
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HEART BOX ILLUSTRATED RED OR
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Other Heart Boxes.
Children's Sixes
PINK
Standard Rectangular Baxes
Tone? Wrapped
one pound $1.60 jf
twe pounds $3.00
three pounds $4.50

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