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THE ORDER
OF THE
•OUIM RULE
FRANCIS SHERMAN
RE
RE.
LEWIS
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LEE KLOSS
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INCOME TAX RETURNS
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CALL THE
love and success
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MEYER
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Open Friday Eves. 12509 St. Clair
HE MUSICAL
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be offered by an instrument
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Mark Griffiths, Rhythm
Teens (2) Octet (1).
Lewis Jones, Rhythm
(2) Octet (1).
Officers for next semester
president, Joyce Haskell vice
president, Cathy Sisk secre
tary-treasurer, Carole Masley
program chairman, Marlene
Hoff.
Members of next semesters
cabinets are Sheila Leftus,
Molly Stillinger, Sue Arnold,
Betsy Kromer, Cathy Cortese,
Jane Martin, Barb Carmen,
Margaret Wiese, Janet Schuff,
Antra Priede, Ollie Davis, Barb
Bradley.
Business Club
by Mr. Paul Haunner
Service awards for 10 hours
An Open Letter
For Security
Minded People
Would you trade $50 and
your spare time for $5,000 or
more?
For the past three years, the
Euclid Real Estate School has
helped people do just that! If
you’ve never sold anything be
fore, read this:
A former factory worker who
started part-time, soon earned
more money than he made on
his full-time job. He’s now a
very successful sales manager.
A milkman did so well part
time, that he quit his job and
has been averaging $1,200 per
month ever since. A bread truck
driver started part-time, soon
earned enough to go full-time,
and today is a successful broker
with his own office. A house
wife tried her hand, and in less
than a year became a leading
salesman, earning $15,000 a I
year. (Names furnished on re
quest). These people are ex
ceptional, we admit, but earn
ings of $5,000 to $10,000 a year,
part or full time, are the rule!
If you’ve ever thought of bet-'
tering yourself, please don’t
hesitate. Our next class starts
January 27th, and you’ll re
ceive not only the best train
ing available, but also free place,
ment with a Euclid or West
Lake County office. The first
lesson is free, so you owe it to
yourself and your family to in
vestigate. We guarantee that
you’ll never make a better in
vestment. May we hear from
you soon?
Call Euclid Real Estate
School, 21939 Lake Shore Blvd.,
ER. 1-0808. DO IT NOW!
—(Advt.)
FOR RENT
STORE- 20 40
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Nellie Glick, 13717 Claibome
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING
The East Cleveland
Savings and Loan
Company
You are hereby notified that
the annual meeting of the share
holders of the East Cleveland
Savings and Loan Company will
be held in the office of the com
pany, 5816 Mayfield Rd., May
field Heights, Ohio on Monday,
January 26th, 1959 at 8 p. m.
for the election of directors and
for the consideration of and act
ing upon such other matters as
may properly come before the
meeting.
ROBERT C. KNOX,
Secretary
Published: Jan. 8, 15. 22, 1959
GROIV/at
Save
Weekly
For
12
Months
18
Months
24
Months
36
Months
48
Months
and Loan Company
or more service work. (Figure
indicates hours worked).
Janet Rogers, 4014 Joyce
Culpepper, 31, Dolores Somich,
2714 Ellen Hanel, 2414 Debbie
Delpra, 20 Lynn Alexander,
20 Linda Rushworth, 20 Argie
Lavdas, 20 Launa Clark, 20
Fran
bert,
Joyce
Teens
Teens
(2).
Rudi Klauss, Rhythm
(4), Octet (5), president
Senior Friendship
by Ginny Schmitt
Denton, 15 Donna Col
14 Nancy Beach, 13
Pedonesi, 12.
G. A. A.
work
Recognition for
at the concession stand during
football season Jean Giunta,
Dianne Ramm, Betsy Salter,
Marlene Hoff. Joyce Haskell,
Cathy Sisk, Virginia Greene.
by Miss Norma J. Smith
PENNANT (1250) points)
Mona Althans, Nancy
Thomas.
GOLD BAR (800 points)
Beverly Austin, Luana
Clarke, Janis Imhof, Linda
Johnson, Nancy Molnar, Bonnie
Zifcak.
SMALL LETTER (400
points) Jean Bartholomew,
Phyliss Brooker, Martina Burin,
Loretta Cirino, Donna Colbert,
Janet Dornback, Sally Duncan.
Nancy Hazelett, Marilyn Hon
roth, Donna Herschler, Phyliss
Hesford, Sue Jenkins, Barbara
Kirby, Victoria Martin.
Nora Mayer, Pat Peterson,
Sally Raudebaugh, Ginny Re
gan, Sue Serota, Bonnie Shoe,
Wendy Templeton, Helen Vlad
ic, Connie Welter, Dianne
Ramm, Sue Beattie, Pat For
sythe, Carole Masley.
ATHLETIC COUNCIL OFFI
CERS Carol Parsh, presi
dent Sandy Morger, vice-presi
dent Pat Forsythe Sally Dun
can, treasurer.
CHEERLEADERS
Bar (Two Years)
Parsh, Sue Beattie.
Year)
Forsythe,
Letter S (One
Sue Wingerter, Pat
Sue Jenkins, Gai! Hoffmeyer.
BOWLING Individual Tro
phy Betty Barrett, Nancy
Molnar, Bonnie Zifcak, Bonnie
Pink, Alice Spiccia, Lynne
Alexander.
Cross Country
and Wrestling
by Mr. William G. Thomas
CROSS COUNTRY (Sec
and Award) Carl Scarpello,j
Dave Williams, Doug Shepherd,
Daryl Gleason, manager. I
First Award Earl Turn
bull, Charles Alexander, Ken
Barton, James Marino, Dan
Owens, Ron Dolinsky, Roger
Bollin, Carl Wick, manager.
WRESTLING (Second
Award) Rudi Klaus. (First
Award) Lewis Jones.
Student Council
by Mr. James G. Sevard
PINS to retiring officers
president, Dennis Rogers vice
president, Ken Connell secre
tary, Cathie Cortese treasurer,
Renny Bookman.
RECOGNITION of graduat
ing seniors who have served on
Council (Number indicates
Semesters served)
Dennis Rogers (6), Lynne
Alexander (4), Rudi Klauss
(4), Linda Parker (3), Al
Thompson (3), Herb Alexander
(2), Kent Andrews (2), Mark
Griffiths (2), Lewis Jones (2),
Joanne Kapitzky (2), James
Angle (1), Jane Hadsel (1),
Bill Howells (1), Virginia Smith
(1), Martha Sullivan (1).
Sophomore-Junior Friendship
by Molly Stillinger
Miss Stillinger, retiring pres
ident of this club introduced the
concession workers who served1
at the Stadium at all home
games as well as on Kirk Night.
They are: Carol Blaha, Gayle
Button, Sharon Doles, Ola Gil
lespie, Bobbie Knapp, Dora!
Rhodes, Barbara Stislow, Sally
Stone, Donna Thorton, Noreen
Zacharias.
The new officers are:
Officers of the Junior-Friend
ship Club are:
President, Donna Poske vice
president, Judy Cunningham
secretary, Jeanne Merino. The
chairmen are: program, Rober
ta Welty music, Karin Kru
baker publicity, Sterne Mauru
shat homeroom, Lucy Ann
Mautrobuono service, Sharon
Cadiou social, Anita Long art,
Joyce Warner.
American Red Cross
by David Allen
LIFE SAVING Barb Allen,
Judy Bruning, Karen Brubaker,
Sue Grove, Diane Graffius,
Edna Hulsebus, Elian Mazolias
kas, Jane Martin, Nara Mayer,
Donna Mitchel.
Karen Ritter, Peg Roe, Cathy
Sisk, Sue Serota, Janet Schuff,
Virginia Schlegel, Carol Vago,
Roberta Walter, Margaret
Wiese.
WATER SAFETY AID
Dave Allen.
Here’s How Your Savings
3 '/2 Vo
CURRENT RATE
Save this amount every week!
$5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00
264 529 661 1,058 1,323
400 800 1,001 1,601 2,001
538
1,077 1,346 2,153 2,692
822 1,644 2,055 3,288 4,109
1,115 2,231 2,788 4,461 5,577
East Cleveland Sa vines
Hillcrest Office 5816 Mayfield Road
Hayden Office 1373 Hoyden Avenue
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Honor Roll Free Movie Tickets
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Cnaa^ementi
Balmat-Piazza
Christ the King Church was
the scene of the wedding on
Saturday, January 17th of
Teresina Piazza, daughter of
Mrs. Bessie Piazza, 1068 Wood
view rd. and Paul L. Balmat.
son of Mrs. Hazel Balmat, 275
East 327th st., Willowick.
Given in marriage by her
grandfather, Mr. Philip Di Sal
vo, the bride wore a gown of
white satin with a lace yoke and
sleeves and a skirt which was
a 1 i u e with lace and
trimmed with pearls and se
quins. A seed pearl and sequin
Gold
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Foot Notes!
by
FRANK
FERRATO
First Shoes
Important
Close attention should be given
to the first shoes that a child
wean. A poor shoe can mold
and shape a young child's foot
out of its correct growth.
Before he begins walking, a
baby really doesn't need any
covering for his feet—except,
possibly, to keep him warm in
cold weather. In warm weather
he'll fare better if his feet are
uncovered. Bare feet give an
added surface for perspiration to
evaporate. This helps him keep
coot Occasionally, a mother will
want her baby to wear some
kind of covering on his feet.
This will do no harm—just so
long as the socks or shoes with
soft soles don't bind his feet.
Featuring
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WE FAKE PRIDE (N
OUR FITTING
OWEN McGRAW TO
WED ILLINOIS GIRL
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—Photo by Harry Flynr.
crown held her finger-tip veil
and she carried a cascade bou
quet of white orchids and feath
ered carnations.
Madeline Piazza attended the
bride as maid of honor while
Barbara Miller and Irene Bauer
were bridesmaids. Their prin
cess style gowns of peacock
blue peau de soie were designed
with scoop necklines. Theirfl
headpieces were of white velvetlr
is were their carnation
trimmed muffs. Little Joyce
DiSalvo, the flower girl, wore
a floor length gown of powder
blue peau de soie and carried
red carnations.
Best man for the bridegroom
was Robert Balmat and ushers
were Thomas Balmat and Jo
seph Russo.
The wedding reception was
held at the Shaker Lee Hall.
When they return from a
Niagara Falls honeymoon the
couple will make their home at
the Woodview rd. address.
The bride attended Cleveland
Heights High. Mr. Balmat who
attended Cathedral Latin High
served four years with the U.S.
Air Force.
INCOME TAX SERVICE
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15929 Euclid
The engagement of
Eleanor Heyer of Oak
Illinois to Owen K. McGraw,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
McGraw, 976 Helmsdale rd.,
Cleveland Heights, was an
nounced during the recent holi
days by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Heyer of Hinckley,
Illinois. A June wedding is
planned.
Mr. McGraw was graduated
from Shaw High School in the
June Class of 1948 and is at
present doing graduate study at
George Williams College, Chi
cago, preparatory to a YMCA
career in the field of Physical
Education.
P. T. A. News
HOST INVITES
PAST PRESIDENTS
Mayfair PTA president, Mrs.
Eugene Reeser, has cordially
nvited all Mayfair PTA Past
(Presidents to attend the Wed
nesday,
p. m.
School
Night.
February 11th 7:30
meeting at Mayfair
to celebrate Founders
Nicholas R. Tartaglia,
Mrs.
corresponding secretary has is
sued invitations to 2-7 past pres
idents of whom there have been
33.
It is hoped that all the invi
tations awill be acknowledged
by February 1st, if possible.
MAYFIELD THEATRE
PARTY REMINDER
A reminder to all Mayfail
families and friends to attend
the theatre party on January
29th at the Drury Theatre at
East 86th and Euclid on Thurs
day, evening.
Tickets must be purchased
from Mrs. Richard Macey, tick
et chairman, GL. 1-4723, since
all seats are reserved at $2.15.
In order to make this Ways
and Means project a profitable
evening financially and socially,
the cooperation of everyone is
needed. Since the tickets have
to be purchased in one block,
all tickets should be sold.
Members are urged to call a
group of friends with whom to
enjoy this delightful comedy
for a social evening before the
start of the approaching Easter
season.
Resume Music
Study Group
The East Cleveland Library
Music Appreciation Group will
hold its first meeting in 1959
on Tuesday, February 3rd at
7:45 in the Auditorium.
The class is fortunate to have
as instructor, Mrs. Ralph T.
Hisey, formerly of Fenn Col
lege. The music selections used
for the ten week course will
follow the Cleveland Orchestra
program.
New members and former
members may register by phone
(LI. 1-4128) or at the East
Cleveland Library. A nominal
fee is charged.
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plimentary tickets to the Shaw
Hayden Theatre by reading the
ad* in this paper. There are ten
names in ten ads scattered thro
the paper If you find your name
lust clip the ad and take It to
the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and
you'll get two tree tickets.
Tonight (Thur*.) "Homo Before
Dark."
Friday thro Tuesday. "The
Crawling Eye" and "Cosmic Mon
sters".
KIDDIE MATINEE SATURDAY
"Wild Stallion" in color plus an
hour of cartoons and the Matinee
Club.
Next Wednesday, "Count 5
and Die" and "Sierra Baron,"
Check all the ads and maybe
you'll find your name. If not this
week, be sure to look next week.
There'll be ten names each week
good for 20 tickets at the Shaw
Hayden Theatre.
Sw Classes
For Beginners
Offered At Y
Mis‘
Park
By popular request the East
Cleveland YWCA will offer a
series of six week classes for
juniors and adult women inter
ested in swimming or sport ac
tivities Girls 9-16 can enroll in
beginners, intermediate or syn
chronized swim classes begin
ning on Saturday, January 31st
at the Shaw High School pool
located at 15320 Shaw ave.
Classes are held from 1:30-4:00
p. m. at a fee of $3 per class.
Adults, too, can join a six week
term swim class beginning
Tuesday, February 3rd. Classes
are open to beginners, intermed
iate and advanced swimmers.
Dip periods on Saturdays are at
2:45 p. m. and on Tuesday at
8:15 ]5. m.
Slim-Trim to Music and Golf
classes are also open on a 6
week term basis beginning
Tuesday, February 3rd from
7:15 p. m. on.
Medical examinations are not
required for participation in
swim or sport activities. A pack
age deal of $5.00 for two classes
is available to adults.
Those wishing to register for
any of the above classes should
come to the “Y” House, 1831
Lee blvd. or call GL. 1-3425 for
aditional information.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Fromme, 1510 East 133rd
st., a boy, Craig Orrin, January
11th
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Step Out Of Tour
15606 St. Clair Avenue
Mail Box
Gentlemen:
I was very
read in the
Leader two issues back that
the police department has the
authority to make household
ers and store owners, etc., keep
their walks cleared of snow
and slush. But it was a laugh
to read in the last issue that
your little hint had the effect
of cleaning up everybody’s side
walks. All I can say is, you
don’t walk where I walk!
January 19, 1959
much pleased to
East Cleveland
We live at the corner of
Alder and East 143rd and
therefore have about
much snow shoveling
people who don’t live
ers, but we manage
our walks cleared.
every day I must walk up Al
der to Hayden to shop for
groceries and many of the
sidewalks receive no attention
at all. There are a few where
I’m sure the owners have not
shoveled at all since the first
snowfall—they just let nature
take it course—the snow piles
up, packs down, melts, turns
to slush, then ice and only if
we’re lucky and have a long
warm spell does their sidewalk
come into view again. Even
the huge Bi-Rite supermarket
where I shop seldom clears
their walk on Hayden only
their parking lot. I
twice as
to do as
on com
to keep
Then, walking home from a
class at the Y last Tuesday
evening, I cam^ down Shaw
from Euclid to East 142nd and
most of it was solid ice and
seemed much riskier to me than
to put on a pair of skates and!
skate at the rink! I mean that
literally, as I do go skating
but I don’t care for skating in
my galoshes on the sidewalks.'
I also abhor the city’s prac- i
tice of plowing the streets in
discriminately without regard
to a cleared driveway, which
they could just as easily avoid,
the same as they have to avoid
parked
cars.
Yours truly,
Mrs. C. J. Storkan
1307 East 143rd st.
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