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Lester W. Ketterings of 839 Columbia ave. N. W., Canton. Ohio. He will be doing his clinical year of practical experi ence at Parma. Alder ave., East Neil is the son of the The couple were married on Saturday, August 16th in the Church of the Master (Baptist) by the Rev. Robert C. Newell at a 7:30 o’clock,ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. For her marriage the bride had chosen a gown of lace tulle and taffeta. The bodice of Chantilly type lace was cut with a Sabrina neckline and long tapering sleeves. The bell bot tom skirt of tulle over taffeta was encircled with bands of lace. Her veil of silk illusion was caught to a double tiara of sequins and pearls and she car ried a cascade arrangement of roses. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls the gift of the groom. In the wedding party were Mrs. Paul E. Begley of South Euclid, the bride's cousin as matron of honor Miss Phyllis Moyer of 14121 Savannah ave. Miss Nancy Callaway of North Olmsted, the bride’s roommate at Baldwin-Wallace College and Miss Ann Dewaid, a college mate. They wore white printed nylon over taffeta in the rain bow shades, with matching color headbands. Mr. Paul S. Kettering came from Arlington, Va., to be his brother’s best man. The Ket- ATTENTION BUSINESSMEN! Many of your associate* ar* en joying "PEACE OF MIND" with Edyth* Ramey's around th* clock (24 hour*. 7 day* a week) TELE PHONE ANSWERING SERVICE. Why Not Give It a Try? NORTHEAST TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE MU. 1-2020 Discount Frit* SE-60 $0.60 $5.95 2nd Qt. FREE HAUL 9 KtdlAUKANT coi«ra nnp*tvi***i Ttweu BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER In Addition To Our Regular Me** and Our Daily Special*. W* At .' v %.■ .-’S'f Pauls Otter You A Delightful SEA FOOD MENU Or Your Ch oico ot STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN tering children, Marcia, six,, nd Ronald, five, were flower irl and ring bearer respective y. Marcia was wearing a blue crock, a miniature of those worn y the maids. All carried roses. The ushers were Larry Doug las of the U.S. Army Band, Ar lington, Va. Mr. Roy Wagner of Newark, a seminary friend of the groom’s, and Robert Davis of Mantua. Mrs. Walton, mother of thj bride, wore peacock blue and Mrs. Kettering has chosen beige, both frocks being of lace. They wore white orchids. The reception was at the church following the ceremony. The newlyweds are motoring east and upon their return will reside at 2204 Tuxedo ave., Parma, for the year before re turning to Eden Theological Seminary for the groom’s senior year. He did his undergraduate work at Baldwin-Wallace. He is a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. The bride, a Shaw graduate, will complete her elementary teaching course at Baldwin Wallace next June. Cleve- Keller-Sabrack Two Shaw High School grad-' uates who went on to Ohio Uni versity and now plan z to con tinue their graduate studies there will return to the campus as bride and groom. They are Miss Carole Sandra Sabrack and Gordon Wilson Keller. They, pledged their troth Saturday, August 16th in Christ the King Church and are now honeymoon ing in the New England states. Carole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Sabrack, 1828 Charles rd., was graduated this June from Ohio U. Her hus band, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed win B. Keller, 1845 Wymore ave., has started on his gradu ate work. The bride is a mem ber of Phi Upsilon Omicron fraternity and the groom of Delta Tau Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta and Pi Gamma Mu. The nuptial ceremony was: read by the Rev. S. Fridrich at 12:30 o’clock before the altar! where baskets of white gladioli were arranged. The bride, given in marriage by her fattier wore a lovely i floor length gown of Candle light silk organdy. Alencon lace! embroidered the bodice which had a rounded neckline and! short sleeves. The lace was re-1 peated in the crown whch held her illusion fingertip veil. She| carried a cascade arrangement of white gladioli. Miss Joyce Sabrack attended, her sister as maid of honor andj Miss Mary Jane Shaw of To ledo was the bridesmaid. Their! frocks were princess mode of sunflower blue silk organdyj with a softly pleated neckline, and short sleeves. They carried Colonial bouquets. Also in the procession were two flower girls. Jean and Nina Sabrack.! Best man was Mr. Frank Gillespie. Ushering were Mr. Gary Conlan of Mansfield Mr. Tom Lyon of Athens and Mr. Alvah Siebert. The reception, at two o’clock, was at the Alcazar Hotel. Save Weekly For 12 Months 18 Months 24 Months Months Months 529 264 800 400 and Loan Company V ’«W EAST CLEVELAND LEADER LeMaster- Brickner Marjorie Brickner, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester A. Brickner 21831 Ball ave., be came the bride of William E. LeMaster, Saturday, Aug 11 18th at 9 a.m. at St. Christhg s Church. Given marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown Photo by Raimor designed with a Queen Anne collar, long waistline, long sleeves, redingote skirt with tiers of lace and pleated tulle and long train of Chantilly lace. A rhinestone coronet held her long silk imported veil and she carried roses and stephan otis. honor was Betty and bridesmaids Geraldine Smalley Koval. Jane Marie Maid of Stancovich were Mrs. and Evelyn Lutz of Painesville was flower girl. Mr. LeMaster who is the son of Mrs. Kenneth Diable of Wil lowick and Mr. Charles Le- For A Really Complete PICTURE STORY OF YOUR WEDDING CAIL I. WAYNE CLARK GL. 1-7029 All The Highlight* A* Lew $42.00 Foot Notes! by FRANK FERRATO Children's Shoes Need Good Ventilation Feet perspire a great deal. So choose well-ventilated shoe* for your child. This mean* shoes for winter as well as summer. Leather is quit* porous and al lows for ventilation. But some times leather has been processed or coated with plastic to make it waterproof or shiny, this is done, ventilation down. Where is cut perspi- With poor ventilation, ration gathers in the shoe and may irritate the skin and cause the feet to have a burning feel ing. Also, a sweaty, poorly ven tilated shoe is a fertile place for a fungus infection (such as ath letes foot) to start. If a skin condi tion shows up on your child's feet, take him to a doctor. Don't treat the condition with home remedies. Featuring "Americas Finest Fitting Shoe’ Qrank 16523 Euclid Avenue lust a Block East of Ivanhoe KEnmoro 1-8446 WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR FITTING Here’s How Your Savings GROW.'at 3%% CURRENT RATE Save this amount every week! $20.00 $25.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 1,058 1,323 661 Master of East Cleveland had Rudy Sarich as his best man. Ushers were Raymond Brick ner and Timothy Thornton of Elyria. Following the reception at the Slovenian Home on Holmes ave. the couple left for a honey moon in the Pocono Mountains. They will make their home at 1732 Wymore ave. East Cleve land. The bride attended Euclid High and Mr. LeMaster tended Shaw High. Mrs. Schweiker has been teaching history, social science and Spanish in the Meadville schools and will teach in Euclid this coming year. Mr. Schwei kert is the executive assistant to the City Manager, Chas. A. Carran, having done his interne year been employed here prior to completing his military serv ice a few months ago. Service Clubs Out in the country meetings entrance all service club mem bers and this time it is the East Cleveland Lions with their date books marked for Tues day, August 26th and Ernie Schimmeman’s sylvan retreat in the Squires Castle neigh borhood. A catered dinner will highlight the outing which in cludes the families and invited guests. now 2,001 1,601 1,001 2,692 1,346 2,153 1,077 538 3,288 2,055 4,109 1,644 822 36 5,577 2,231 2,788 4,461 1,115 48 Eait Cleveland Savinci Hillcrest Office 5816 Mayfield Road Hayden Office 1373 Hayden Avenue "Where Friends Neef and Eat In Pleasant Atmosphere' OPEN Bi30 AM. to 7B0 P«M CLOSED SUNDAY HOmOmaUO P*O8 .O GOUT1OOUS B9FV1C9 lute .*■ Campus Echoes Jane J. Wesley 14922 Elm ave., is among 219 freshmen en tering Indiana University next month who have been selected to attend a special before-school activity—Freshman Camp Sept. 5-7 at McCormick’s Creek State Park, near Bloomington, Ind. at- Sehweikert-Martm The former Nancy Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Niles C. Martin of Jamestown, Pa. and Mr. Schweikert pledged their vows in the Methodist church there an Saturday, Au gust 9th. They were attended by the bride’s sister, Mrs. Rich ard Shannon and the groon/s brother, the Rev. Charles C. Schweikert of Alliquippa, Pa. Both Mr. Schweikert and his bride are graduates of Thiel College and he has his master’s degree in Governmental Admin istration from the University of Pennsylvania. Freshman Camp, a project of the campus YMCA and YWCA, is an opportunity for students to get acquainted with other members of their class as well as upperclassmen who attend the Camp as leaders. S. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Schweikert have returned from their honeymoon to Montreal and other Canadian places of interest and are residing at 1827 Marloes ave. In addition, they are grounded in traditions, activities and his tory of Indiana University prior to actual attendance in classes. Classes for the 1958-59 school year start Mgpday, September 15, preceded by an orientation week for freshman and transfer students starting September 8. YES! 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