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Of TMC
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LEARN TO DRIVE
Course Designed To Aid You Passing Drivers Test
CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS
Insured Dual Control Cars
Amplified Parking Technique
EUCLID DRIVING SCHOOL
STATE DC 1 AOOZ. OFFICE HOURS
LICENSED KE. I ~UZZO 8:30 AM to 8 P.M.
Hasel Loach. 14118 Savannah Margaret Layton. 1822 Farmington
B&B
AUTO GLASS
7210 CARNEGIE
ENdlcott 1-2790
He earned it!
those we serve.
Edwards
MUTO GLASS
INSTALLED
On Any Mak* at Car Truck
While-U-Wait!
Local State Farm Agent Invited To
Attend Recognition Meeting io
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
During the past year he has distinguished himself as a top
insurance agent in America. His service to his policyholders.
was exemplary, and his production of insurance was out
standing. He finished way out in front-—and has been in
vited to join other State Farm “Career” Agents at the.
1958-59 recognition meeting. Congratulations.
REGULAR
MOO VALUE
Vl Priced
WE FIX
Channels
Regulator*
Locks
Hydraulic
WE REPLACE
Windshield*
Side and
Doot Glass
Back Gias*
In Flat oi Curved
Tinted oi Cleax
Safety Glass
Windows
Handles
Side Felts
Out Products and Work
Guaranteed!
Burichin
Joe
STAN BAGEN
District Manager
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
HOME OFFICE: BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS
Tquality
he high
of
our professional work, the
understanding assistance of
our organization, the facili
ties and equipment of our
funeral home ... all are de
signed to meet the needs of
ome
4975^
NO MONEY DOWN
95c A WEEK
DAVI D’S
934 E. 152nd Street
MULBERRY
I-35I4
13145 EUCLID AVENUE
PAY NO MONEY DOWN!
GORGEOUS
35-DIAMOND RING SET
NEVER BEFORE a value like this!
Importing direct enables us to
bring you this spectacular buy!
35 genuine fiery diamonds in^
14K gold settings.
OPEN MON., THURS., FBL, SAT. EVENINGS
Kirk PTA Turns Spotlight On
Education Of Space-Age Child
Doos all work and no play
really make Jack a dull boy?
Should today’s early-teen stu
dent spend more or less time
with his nose in a book? Should
he derive more or less social
activity from the junior high
school he attends?
These are a few typical ques
tions parents are logically ask
ing themselves, as well as their
childrens’ educators. This rec
ent flurry of thought along
these lines is perhaps inspired
by the claims of Communist
schools that boast of heavy con
centration on pure academics.
Or, maybe these queries stem
from an increasing awareness
that the learning rate of the
space-age child might have to
be accelerated.
“These questions are reason
able in their light a critical
and realistic examination of
the extra curriculum is indi
cated”, states Dr. L. L. Myers,
principal of W. H. Kirk Jr.
High School. Dr. Myers will
present his philosophy in favor
of educating the “whole” ado
lescent at the Tuesday, January
14th Parent-Teacher Associa
tion meeting to be held in the
school auditorium, at 8 p. m.
Miss Muriel MacNeil, Super
visor of Extra Curricular Ac
tivities at Kirk will lead the
meeting with a detailed discus
sion on the importance of each
activity to the student groups
who voluntarily participate in
them during “extra time”. The
talk will be illustrated with
colored slides of the activities.
Both teacher- sponsors and
student-representatives of each
extra curricular group will be
in attendance to answer specific
questions during the refresh
ment period immediately
lowing the meeting.
WHY WEIGHT?
TALK TONIGHT I
Chambers PTA will hold its
first meeting of the new year
on January 8th, 1959, Thursday i
at 1:30 p. m. in the school au-1
ditorium.
The speaker for the program
will be Mrs. Earl R. Hoover.
The title of her program will.
be “Why Weight?” This will,
be an appropriate program for
after the holidays.
The hostesses for this meet-
FREE!
WITH RING SET
sot with O
BLAZING
8
DIAMONDS
Also On Sale At
15207 St. Clair
ing will be the fourth grade
mothers.
Refreshments will be served
and child care will be provided.
Don’t forget the attendance
pennant.
COUNCIL PLANS
BUZZ SESSION
East Cleveland PTA Council
program chairman, Mrs. Robert
McNamara is planning a “Buzz”
session for the Thursday, Jan
uary 15th at 10:00 a. m. at
Prospect School,
Council president, Mrs.
Charles F. Fursdon, invites the
unit presidents to invite their
Ways and Means, Safety,
Radio and TV, Movie, and Hos
pitality chairmen to this “Buzz
Session” for an exchange
ideas.
PRESCHOOLERS VIEW
FILM ON SIBLING RIVAL
Mrs. Margaret Gorman of
the Family Health Association
will present a film, “Sibling
Rivalry,” to the Prospect PTA
Preschool Group in the audi
torium on Thursday, January
15th, from 10 to 11 a. m. Care
for preschool children will be
provided.
On Thursday, January 22nd,
and Thursday, January 29th,
informal group discussions will
be held with refreshments
served from 10 to 11 a. m. in
Room 8.
ROZELLE PTA
OFFERS A LIFT
The Rozelle PTA will meet
on January 13th in the school
auditorium at 1:45 p. m. Guest
speaker for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Dorothy Souche. Mrs.
Souche is the “Good Grooming
Instructor” for the Cleveland,
and Rocky River schools.
fol-
Prospect Preschool
Group Shows Film
The Prospect School
Preschool Group will preesnt
Mrs. Margaret Gorman of the
Family Health Association who
will show a film, “Sibling Riv
alry,” and give a short talk on
Thursday, January 15th, at 10
a. m. in the school aditorium.
MAYFAIR JANUARY
MEETING
Mayfair PTA will meet
January 14th, Wednesday
1:30 p. m. in the school gym to
hear Mrs. John Wachter, a
former case worker with the
Family Service Association,
speak on “Helping Children
Grow Emotionally.”
Mrs. Wachter is a graduate
of Wesleyan University and
Western Reserve and is the
mother of four children.
Child care will be provided
for children three years old and
over.
Refreshments will be served
by the seeond grade room
mothers: Mrs. Cyril Henkel
and Mrs. Harry Podmore from
Mrs. Barbara Newcomer’s room
ahd Mrs. Georgia Parker and
Mrs. McKinley Poore from Mrs.
Wary Harsh’s room.
Mrs. Souche is a resident of
East Cleveland, and has two
daughters, 13 and 15, attending
school in East Cleveland. She
will talk on the latest hair
styles, newest fashions to come
out in the spring, popular col
ors and briefly touch on make
up.
PTA
The holidays are past his
tory. We all feel out of sorts
and let
is just
looking
down, so this meeting
the ticket we’ve been
for.
forget that PTA ban-
Don’t
on
at
ner. You can help your child to
win for his class by attending.
Refreshments to be served af
ter the meeting by the social
committee, headed by Mrs. Garl
Gregory. Facilities for the care
of (children 3 to 6 will be pro
vided. Want a lift?? You know
where to get it!
All smart Grads receive
NORCROSS
Graduation
Cards
Say the things YOU want to say’
The SCOOP
814 E. 152nd St.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Shaw Students
Study Values
With PTAers
VAU LES VALUES
VALUES I
After Christmas Sales
No! Something MUCH bet
ter!
Values as seen through the
eyes of high-school teenagers,
what they mean, how acquired
and why!
Next Thursday evening, Jan
uary 15th, 8:00 p. m. at Shaw
High, a group of teenagers
will chat with a high school
faculty member about their
sense of values as the opening
program of the 1959 Shaw
PTA.
This meeting, first in a series
of four, will present a cross
section of expression of Shaw
students, under the leadership
of Mr. Jack Moore, a member
of the Industrial Arts Depart
ment of Shaw High.
of
Mr. Moore is especially in
terested in this series of pro
grams, as he achieves his
Counsellor’s Certificate i n
guidance work while studying
for his Doctorate in Education,
nights, at Western Reserve
University.
Mr. Wayne Blough, principal
of Shaw High, commenting on
the PTA series said, “These
programs have value and
meaning, potentiality, for in
terested parents and faculty.
Come to listen, learn and par
ticipate!”
Chairmen for the January
15th program are Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Baker, assisted by stu
dents, Mary Jo Donatelli 10B,
Margie Graves 11B, Antra
Priede 12B, Dave Moore 11A,
Albert Thomson 12B, Bill How
ells 12A.
As parents and faculty listen
to what is really important to
establish happiness, discover
what the influences have been,
better understand values
WHAT?
JUMPERS
WHERE?
East Cleveland Savings
Financial Stcx.iant
At the close cf business December 31, 1958
ASSETS
Fort Mortgage Loans ...
Other Lc~ns
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank
U.S. Government Bonds
Cash on Hand and In Banks
Office Building
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Assets
TOTAL ASSETS
through the eyes and hearts of
teenagers, many many ques
tions will come to mind. With
this included in the planning,
time has been arranged for a
question period following the
young people’s ehat.
The program will be preced
ed by a business meeting and,
followed by a refreshment pe
riod.
Come, as Mr. Blough encour
ages all of you, listen, learn
and participate!
PROSPECT PRESENTS
MENTAL HEALTH TALK
The January meeting of the
Prospect School PTA will be
held on Wednesday, January
14th at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. M. R.
Schlesinger, treasurer of the
Cleveland Mental Health Asso
ciation, will speak on “What is
our Stake in Mental Health?”
Mrs. Schlesinger is a gradu
uate of Vassar College and the
New York School of Social
Work of Columbia University.
Her professional positions in
clude that of Case Worker
with the New York City De
partment of Welfare, Psychi
atric Social Worker with the
Morrisania Hospital, New York
City and Case Work Supervis
or of the Youth Bureau of
Cleveland. Mrs. Schlesinger is
a past-president of the Sussex
School PTA and at present is
treasurer of the Cleveland
Mental Health Association, a
delegate to the Cleveland Coun
cil for Mental Health and a'
board member of the Shaker
Heights PTA Council. I
FEATURING
FRANK SAMPSON
AND
"THE WAILERS"
As on* of the Big Bands on
BIG BAND NIGHT, Jan. 10th, at
EUCLID HOMES
CANTEEN
East 200th St. Project
Dora Gloger, 13419 Shaw At*.
STORE-WIDE JANUARY
Inventory CLEARANCE SALE!
Every article from our regular stock. There are
no special sale purchases or fill-ins. ALL SALES
FINAL.
WHEN? Sale Starts Today!
Half Sizes, All Sizes
7 to 24l/i. Values to
$22.95 NOW AS LOW A8
All-Wool Plaid
Slipover
SWEATERS
7.00
BLOUSES
All Sizes, Ail Colors, Half Price
$17,020,124.05
44,255.93
246,100.00
1,394,213.47
755,414.39
321,339.33
38,909.35
2,238.84
.. $19,822,705.36
LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts ____ $16,804,250.63
Advances from Federal
Home Loan Bank
Loans in Process
Other Liabilities
TITAL LIABILITIES ..
5816 Mayfield 1373 Hayden
Savings
Accounts
Insured to
$10,000
300,000.00
1,382,363.70
10,618.12
Sub-Total \_________ $18,497,232.75
Reserve and Undivided Profits— 1,325,472.61
$19,822,705.36
East Cleveland Savinas
and Loan Company
DRESSES
Bulky
CARDIGANS
2J9
3-99
SKIRTS-SLACKS GREATLY REDUCED
TV SPECIAL! Silk Skin Girdles
20% OFF
$|.98
REGULAR PRICE
NAME BRAND BRA'S $1 Others to $3.95
Jaticee JaAkicM
16414 Euclid Near Ivanhoe
GL 1-9345
OFFICERS
Dr. Hugh J. Letli* Sr.
Robert C. K.cx
Ext cut tie Vice President
a,id Secrelar
Arthur f. Zolud
Vice President and Attorney
Robert G. Rath
Jack L. Wit.
Assistant Secretary
Richard C. Frank
Assistant Treasurer
Thompson, Hine & Flory
Counsel
DIRECTORS
Georg* B. Ba*r
Ceorgc b. baer
Insurance Agency
Robert C. Knox
Fast Clei eland
Savings and Loan Co.
Hon. Julius M. Kovachy
Judge, Court of Appeals
Dr. Hugh J. Leslie Sr.
Physician
L. E. Luikart
Luikart Insurance Agency
Clinton H. Rundell
Business Management
Arthur F. Zalud
Attorney,
Thompson, Hines—Flory
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CURRENT
RATE
JUNIOR MISSES
A Reed Value At
»6”
2 for 513.00
UNION
CLOTHES
Quilt Lined aw
JACKETS
A REAL BARGAIN
Name Brand
DRESS
SHIRTS
SUBURBANS
Out They Go At
Bargain
Prices
1*2.79
FROM
ALL WOOL
15104 St. Clair Awo.
Kt 5 Points
*50,000
STOCK REDUCTION
This Is Our Annual Clean Sweep Sale. We Have
A Good Selection of Winter Stock at Greatly
Reduced Prices.
OUR COMPLETE
WINTER STOCK
MUST BE SOLD
We Must Make Room Far New
Stock Which Will Soon Be Here.
COME EARLY AND SAVE
ALL WOOL
FLANNEL
PANTS
TILL 9
TUES.. WED. TILL 6 P.M. SAT. TILL 7 P.M

OUT THEY GO
SPORT
SHIRTS
$1.79
2 for 53.50
7™7ft
1.79
1
2 for 53.50
Bulky
“LO HOLER”
SWEATERS
$£.97
From
Quilt Lined Gabardine
TOPCOATS
Out They
SUITS IQ-79
Priced For Clearance From
Priced For Clearance From
SHOP EARLY
No Charges—AU Sales Final
Union Clothes
15104 St Clair Ave
ALTERATIONS At Cost
$flTF.79
Go For
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