Newspaper Page Text
'*■4 Second Federal Savings! And loan association MAIN OFFICE 221 EUCLID AVE. EUCLID AVON LAKE EASTGATE PARMA WEDNESDAY FRIDAY- SATURDAY AT THE NEW Continental Sallnootn 13929 EUCLID AVENUE ------Featuring------ All Russ and His Orchestra I Bl TOPCOATS By Casharama Here's a topcoat that will give you seasons of serv ice at a low, low price. This handsome 90% Wool, Q1AC7 CURRENT Where your money earns &72/Q rate FREE LESSONS 1 Before Every Session 8 P.M. to 9 P.M. Wednesday 10 Tango Fox Trot Waltz Friday ... Swing Rhumba Saturday Cha Cha Mambo CONTINENTAL DANCE STUDIO OFFERING lSs $12.50 CHA-CHA, FOX TROT, ETC. BY EXPERT INSTRUCTORS Private Lessons By Appointment LI. 1-9424 LI. 1-7900 Ample Parking Across The Street 10% Cashmere Blend is the latest in fashion! Raglan sleeves, notch collar, deep pockets. BILL'S PRICE CkurckeA Circle No. 1 of United Lu theran Church Women of Cal vary Lutheran Church will meet Wednesday, October 8th, at the home of Mrs. Earl Vonada, 866 Selwyn rd., with Miss Pauline Berg as co-hostess. Mrs. Adams Mark will present the topic “Christian Citizenship.” CARD PARTY Circle No. 7 of East Cleve land Congregational Church is sponsoring a Card Party in the church parlors Wednesday, Oc tober 8th at 8 p. m. Members and friends are invited. EAST CLEVELAND BAPTIST CHURCH On October 3rd at 8:00 p. m., the Philathea Class meets at the home of Mrs. Russell Fox, 1875 BARGAIN FLOOR COVERING Window Washing Storm Window and Screen Service Wall Washing I Gutters Cleaned HOUSE CLEANING Fully Insured |VETERANS CLEANING GL 1-7482 Eves. LL 1-8222 CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOMED Bill’* Features A SUIT For Every Budget Bill's Deluxe___$39.95 Phoenix $55 to $59.95 Botany "500" $65.00 Society Brand $85.00 Petrocelli _____ $85.00 $^0.95 Other Topcoats To $65.00 CLOTHING z FURNISHINGS Wymore rd. Mrs. Angus Hull will speak to the group on the topic, “Puerto Rican Puzzles.” Vanity Fair is having a luncheon and program at the church on October 8th at 12:30 o’clock. Mrs. Wm. Seitz is chair man of this function. The Ohio Baptist Convention will convene on October 9th thru October 11th at Hotel Manager. NEW MEMBERS ARE HONORED Those who had been received into church membership during the past year were guests of honor at the fall quarterly din ner meeting of the members of the East Cleveland Congrega tional Church held Wednesday, October 1st- Sterling Parker, moderator of the church, presided. Action was taken on proposed budgets for local church expenses and world service, presented by Mrs. William Bruning, chairman of the world service committee, and by Lawrence Cable, chair man of the finance committee. Brief reports were made by George Havens, secretary Harry Kanastab, treasurer Mil ton Griffin, board of trustees Edward Dziura, board of deacons Mrs. Harold Green, deaconesses John Miller, board of Christian education Mrs. Lester Vought, music commit tee Mrs. Waldo Kliever, Women’s Fellowship. Others who were introduced were: Clyde Middleton, house committee Carl Ruh, head usher B. L. Hartel, Mr. and Mrs. Club Miss Mignon Stiff ler,, clerk Charles Brumm, benevolence treasurer Mrs. 9 x12'Shag Rugs $3.95 W w Up to 15 lb* PHONE MUlberry 1-6178 FOR FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY On Family Bundles—Same Day Service If Desired WASHED—FLUFF DRIED—NEATLY FOLDED AND WRAPPED Flatwork Finished Reasonably^ 1-5TOP SERVICE laundry shirts W odfaix V IVL e 24-HOUR DRY CLEANING EAST CLEVELAND LAUNDROMAT 14248 Euclid Avenue MUlberry 1-6178 Directly Acron the Street from Windermere Rapid Station ——.... ........... 2 PANTS SUIT BUY THIS SUIT AND BIT A MATCHING PAIR OF TROUSERS w FREE! Here'* a real buy! You'll get many season* oi wear from this impeccably tailored suit! It’s 100% all wool sharkskins and worsteds in your choice of many colon and smart overtone pat terns in 2 and 3 button models. And, as a bonus, without any additional charge, you get a second pair at trousers! REGULARS SIZES 36 to 48 SHORTS .... SIZES 38 to 44 LONGS.............SIZES 38 te 48 Sold Elsewhere for $69.98 BILL'S PRICE SEE.00 0 CONVnOENT LOCATIONS East 152nd at St. Clair Ave. 618 East 185th Street 22810 Lake Shore Blvd. Ample Free Parking At All Stores EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Jack Lasher, librarian James Dauber, Senior Pilgrim Fellow ship. Circle 4 will meet at the home of Mrs. John MacDonald, 1168 Churchill rd., Thursday at 12:30. Jean Kerr’s “Please Don’t Eat the Daises” will be re viewed at the Thursday, Octo ber 9th meeting of the World Service Guild of Windermere Presbyterian Church. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. Tickets may be secured by .calling Miss June Aingwoith, EV. 1-8902. Circle 4 of the Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church, is sponsoring a rummage sale on October 6th and 7th. Rummage materials may be left at the church office before that time. The Women’s Association of Windermere Presbyterian Church will meet at 10 a. m., Tuesday, October 7th for hos pital sewing and quilting. Miss Mary Freeman and Mrs. Lucy Heiss will be hostesses for luncheon at 12:30. Miss Katherine Sanders will give the devotions followed by the busi ness meeting and Mrs. W. H. Zimmerman’s report on the Na tional Council of Presbyterian Women’s Organizations, held at Purdue University. CONFERENCE OFFICE AT WINDERMERE The WSCS of Windermere Methodist Church meets Wed nesday, October 8th, for its regular monthly meeting. First event on the day’s program will be the Spiritual Life study class conducted at 9:30 a. m. by the pastor, the Rev. Thurman F. Alexander on the subject of “Isaiah.” The business meeting will convene at 10:45 with Mrs. Wil liam Cameron presiding. All members are urged to attend this very important part of the day’s activities. Luncheon at 12:30 by Circle No. 8, Mrs. Richard Baker, chairman. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Willis Cherry. The speaker of the afternoon will be Mrs. J. B. Crabbs of Berea. Spiritual Life Secretary of the North-east Ohio Con ference WSCS. Her subject will be “Christ’s Message for To day.” The women of Winder mere invite anyone interested to join them for all or part of the day’s activities. Child care will be provided throughout the day. STUDY CLASS FOR WOMEN A study class on the subect “Christian Concerns of North American Neighbors,” the in terdenominational home mission topic for the women of al] Protestant churches, will begin tonight, October 2nd, at Win dermere Methodist Church. Thii CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13101 Euclid crt Lockwood ROBERT H. SECRIST, Pastos 9:30 A.M.—Church School 10:45 A.M.—Morning Worship YOU ARE WELCOME WINDERMERE Presbyterian Church Established 1896—Your Family Church in H« Heart of East Claveland COMMUNION SERVICE Minister: REV. O. C. SAPPENFIELD, JR. class, sponsored by the WSCS, will be taught by Mrs. Homer C. Alexander, Secretary of Mis sionary Education for the Cleveland District WSCS. The class will continue for four con secutive Thunday evenings at 7:30 p. m. CARD PARTY On Saturday, October 4th at eight o’clock, St. Philomena Guild will hold its first card party of the Season in the So cial Hall. Mrs. Albert Blat nick, chairman, and Mrs. Law rence Bender, co-chairman, will be assisted by the following committees: Tickets: Mn. P. W. Brem er, chairman, Mrs. Donald Blake, Mn. Thomas Conway, Mrs. John Berger. Rerfreshments, Mrs. Del Young, chairman, Mn. Frank lyn Arant, Mrs. John Berger, Mrs. Ernest Zupancic, Mrs. J. P. Ahem. Door Prizes: Miss Beatrice Carl, chairman, Miss Edna Carroll. Hospital: Mrs. Elizabeth Callahan, chairman, Mrs. Ed- COLLINWOOD CHRISTIAN CHURCH (East lS4th St at School Ave.) Rev. Newton D. Kelly Minister Sunday School .... 9:30 Worship Service ... 10:45 Windermere Methodist Church Euclid Avenue at Holyoke THURMAN F. ALEXANDER FRANK C. MARLETT Ministers Church School, 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship, 10:45 lr. HI Youth Fellowship 6:00 FJA Sr. HI Youth Fellowship. 7:00 PJM Whitefield Fellowship, 7:00 F.M. EVERYONE WELCOME St. Janes Litkerai Clisreb (Waited Lutheran Cherek in America) 1424 Hayden Avenue REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER 9:30 A.M. Church School 10:45 A.M. Worship Service St. Pail’s Episcopal Ckircli 15837 EUCLID AVENUE East Cloveland. Ohio Bev. Canon Laurence H. Halt Sector 8:00 AM.—Holy Communion. 9:30 A.M.—Holy Communion. 11:15 A.M.—Holy Communion. First Church of The Nazarene Hayden Ave. at Claiborne Rd. Wm. F. Wilhoyte Potior Wayno Speakman 9:30— Church School Nursery Coro Dvr la. Churth 11:00— Moraine Worship EUCUD at WINDERMERE Opposite East Cleveland Library 10:45 A.M.-7:30 P.M. DR. KIMBER MOULTON Guest Speaker Sunday School ............ 9:45 OCTOBER 1 to 13 7:30 PM. EACH NIGHT CLEVELAND ETHICAL SOCIETY Invitee you to the first in Us 1958-1959 Platform Serios DR. HENRY NEUMANN Chairman of the American Ethical Union Fraternity of Loaders and Loader Emeritus of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture will speak on "WHAT ETHICAL SOCIETIES BELIEVE" Sunday, October 5th, 10:45 A.M. LUDLOW SCHOOL. Ludlow and SeuMnwtae Rd*.. Shaker Keiyhte Free pre-school play group for children 3 to 5 yean Sunday School at 10:30 For information call PO. 1-4846 SUMDAY. OCTOBER SUi. IS LAUNCHING DAY!! You Are Invited To Be Present For An Exciting Event beginning a state-widz SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTEST ATTENDANCE GOAL 500/ "A knowledge of the Bible, without a college course is mor* valuable than a college course without th* Bible.” William Lyon Phelpe Teacher—Yale University, 1892-1933 SUNDAY SCHOOL WORSHIP SERVICE 9:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. HAYDEN AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH 1740 HAYpEN AVENUE Rev. DonalgpB. Woodby, Pastor "Come and Brine the Whole Family" ward Connors, Mrs. Laura Walter. Table Prizes: Mrs. Lawrence Bender, chairman, Miss Alice Banker, Mrs. William O’Leary, Mrs. Albert Blatnick. There are two special com mittees. On one are Mrs. Robert Cater, chairman, and Mrs. Walter. On the other are Mrs. Edward Wells, chairman, Mrs. Ann Washner and Miss Florence Welsh. Mrs. William O’Leary is the General Chairman for all the forthcoming parties. Refreshments will be served and all members of the parish and their friends outside the parish are invited. YM Big Ten Rolling Along To Touchdowns With lineups. completed, the Big Ten league in the YMCA enrollment contest is off to a swift start with touchdown deadlines of October 9th. Each team, carrying the banner of one of the Big Ten, has a Y mother cheerleader, a high school age coach and five players. Each team is out to win free tickets to a Cleveland Brown’s game, a locomotive ride or a YMCA T-shirt. Bill Dells, YMCA program director, suggests that men and boys interested in the physical classes in the near future, en roll now so that some team member will receive credit. All who join prior to October 9th, as well as all workers, will be elgible to view “Olympic” and “Pride of the Yankee” films at the Y House Saturday, Oc tober 11th at 2 p. m. Making up the ten teams are: ILLINOIS Cheerleader, Mrs. Robert McNamara Play ers: George McCloskey, Pat Castro, Jeremy Hull, Don Rudy, David McNamara. INDIANA Cheerleader, Mrs. Kenneth Rotharemel Coach, Tom Blair Players, Neil Austin, Fred Rothaermel, Fred Krull, Chris Zola, David Bern ier. PURDUE Cheerleader, Mrs. Alan Fricke Players, Tim Benich, Tom Benich, William Fricke, Howard Billington, Greg Miscko. OHIO STATE Cheerleader, Mrs. F. Dischinger: Coach, Bob Dever Players, Bob Sawday, Paul Scherbel, Ricky Dischin ger, Bob Schweitzer, Dan Hart. MINNESOTA Cheerleader, Mrs. T. King Coach, Buzz Lin hart Players, John Alexander, Chas. Hageman, Richard Aiken, Jim Morison, Jeff Moyer. MICHIGAN U—Cheerleader, Mrs. R. Westcott Players, Mark Westcott, Ted Mann, Allan Keller, Larry Keister, Dick Gillam. MICHIGAN STATE Cheer leader, Mrs. J. A. Billington Players, Skip Sonville, Wayne Seaman, Jim Blair, Eric Lind gren, Peter Billington. WISCONSIN Cheerleader, Mrs. A. Ritchie Coach, Ron Rhodes Players, Gary Ritchie, Dick Dion, Ron Maybury, John Christie, David McIntyre. NORTHWESTERN Cheer-j leader, Mrs. Bettie Bogas Coach, Don Peters Players, Jeff Marquette, Billy Allen, Doug Miller, Lowell Marquette, Steve Bogas. IOWA Cheerleader, Mrs. Wm. Baker Players, Peter Baker, Don Kennedy, Ken Bert, Tom McCloskey, Bob Dunn. Schedule Tryouts For Volleyball KM Sunday Senneo .... 10:45 AM Sunday Evening .... 7:30 PM I WORLD WIDE SPECIAL SERVICES The East Cleveland YMCA will hold tryouts for a competi tive volleyball team to compete in the Cleveland YMCA volley ball League this winter, on a -ui uaui Xuy *siseq JfaaM u eauo terested should contact Bill Wells, YMCA Program Secre tary, at GL. 1-3425. In addition there are volley ball classes for men who are interested only in recreational volleyball. These classes are on Mon day and Wednesday nights, following the men’s ex- ercise class. Call the YMCA for addition al information. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fletcher, 1707 Oollamer ave., a girl, Tarry Lynn, September 18. SAVINGS EARN ACCOUNTS INSURED TO S1 0,000 VENETIAN BLINDS CUSTOM MADE RE-TAPED o RE CORDED Plastic or Cloth Tape Cord for Venetians Kirsch Curtain Rods—Traverse Rods 1470 Hayden Ave. Opposite Library GL. 1-3668 Evenings MU. 1-1475 DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT This Satarda,. October 4th EDDIE ANDRES And His Orchestra NOTTINGHAM TAVERN 18526 St. Clair Ave. KE. 1-6289 Thursday, October 2,1950 Men's Dress JT 70 /Mr! er Meeeerd ft’'7 WORK SHOE* V PkIiW BOWLING SHOES rQII TWrUT, MEN'S LADIES' $5.95 $4.95 fwleigdCMb 1 Rubber Footwear 1 Gym Shoes—Tap—Ballet S&. BAUMGARTENS 1427 Hayden Ave. GL. 1-8816 Grace Kuh, 14740 Euclid Ave. Mary Lovett. 13715 Terraco Rd. Young Ducks..........lb. 39c Hon Turkeys............. lb. 39c FRESH CUT-UP CHICKEH Logs, Breasts..........lb. 59c Mocks, Backs..............lb. 8c Pullet Eggs ... 3 Dos. 1.00 Lg. Crack Eggs 3 Dox. 1.45 St. Clair Poultry 12529 St. Clair Ave. GL. 1-9825 SODERGREN Established 1932 VIKING WASHABLE! EXLITE ROOM DARKENING SHADES PUT ON NEW or YOUR ROLLERS SHADES TURNED REPAIRED SHADEWCO. SERVICE Planned To Please Parts Repain For All Makes TV, HI-FI, PHONO TAPE RECORDER and AUTO RADIO SERVICE Phono GLenvillo 1-4422 VET'S RADIO 8 TV 14708 Euclid Av*, at Loo Blvd. Plenty of Free Parking Rowland’s 13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR Right Next Door to the Liquor Store JUST RECEIVEDf New Fresh Shipment of Imported LINDT CHOCOLATES FROM SWITZERLAND Fine Selection of MIXED PARTY NUTS JARS caw* BOXES Imported WINES CHAMPAGNES FREE PARKING gs* Serving E. Cleveland and Cloveland Hts. since 1935 BEER WINE MIXERS Wo Deliror Phono OLonvillo 1-8305 We Beet Punch Bawls and Cape Open TiU 10 PM. Dally EAST CLEVELAND-EUCLID A SUPERIOR AVE OPEN EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL NOON SUPERIOR SAVINGS HOME AND REMODELING LOANS CORNER 68th —SUPERIOR AVENUE “S'