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MOVING?
A. Shannon Moving & Storage
Located In Euclid
RE. 1-7496
IN
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Jce OSfien
TUarlg
Free Estimates
CANVAS
4 SHOES
In Black
or Whit.
RE. 1-8747
For Advertising Call GLenville 1-4383
FOR
LITTLE LEAGUE
PLAY
Make The Whole Family Comfortable In
CANVAS PLAY SHOES
BAUMGARTENS
1427 Hayden Ave. GL. 1-8516
WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS
Beautiful watches
.. .to show them
you care!
tractor tred
&
Gleaming onyx rings
for him and her some with
initials, some without. A per­
fect remembrance}
elson
1385 HAYDEN AVE.. NEAR SHAW AVE.
JOE O'BRIEN'S HOLIDAY SPECIAL
1959
BISCAYNE
I believe this offer cannot be met at any
other dealership. Why not call today, or
come in and see the "SW Chevrolet that
won both events in the NASCAR ECONO
MY runs.
IT'S A PROVEN FACT
bieiat
FOR ONLY
Shaw Honors
(Continued From Page 1)
Paula Taskes, 30 Ellen Hanel,
20 Rose Rossi, 20: Donna Col
bert, 20 Francine Jones, 20 Pat
Kassigkeit, 16 Susan, Alley, 15
Debbie Delpra, 14 Beverly Aus
tin, 10.
Debbie Delpra introduced the
next semester officers: President,
Joyce Warner Vice President,
Pat Kassigkeit Secretary-Treas
urer, Sharon Nichols.
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
Beginning with the Fall semes
ter the Friendship Club will in
clude girls from all three classes
at Shaw. The former Sophomore
and Junior-Senior Clubs are now
re-organized into one group.
Newly elected officers are:
President, Carole Masley Vice
President, Mollie Stillinger Re
cording Secretary, Donna Poske
Corresponding Secretary, Mar
lene Hoff Treasurer, Sue Rich
ardson.
Committee Chairmen are Pro
gram, Shelia Loftus, Social
Andrea Single Art, Margaret
Weise Service, Judy Butterfield
Publicity, Joyce Warner Music,
Judy Cunningham Room, Pat
Davis Homeroom, Marilyn Hon
roth.
HONOR
The following seniors will re
ceive certificates for service on
Student Council. The figures indi
cate the number of Semesters
served.
By Mr. James J. Sivard
Tom Adams, (1) Barbara Al
brect, (1) Mona Althans, (2)
Elaine Aurada, (1) eBtty Bar
rett, (1) Renny Bookman, (2)
Ken Connell, (6) John Curtin,
(1) Donna Dailey, (3).
Also Dave Davies, (1) Louis
Window Washing
Storm Window and Screen
Service Wall Washing
Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fully Insured
VETERANS
DOWN
CLEANING
GL. 1-7482
ITS NEW! IT'S
Credit Card
Kirk and Shaw
MIDDIE
Short qo QO
Sleeve V0-4G
6-PASSENGER TWO-DOOR SEDAN
A New Fully Equipped 1959 Chevrolet 6-Passenger 2-Door
Sedan, Large Air-Flow Heater and Defrosters, Directional
Signals, Right and Left Arm Rests, Right and Left Sun Visors,
Cigarette Lighter, Ash Tray, Deluxe Safety Wheel, Right and
Left Hood Guide Ornament, New Safety Master Brakes Air
Cooled, Acroylic Paint that stays bright without polishing
up to 3 years, Safety Plate Glass on all windows. (237 lbs.
heavier than the next competitor), All New Tyrex Tubeless
Tires, Full Coil Suspension on all four wheels.
Salesman Will Pay $50 to $100 More For Your Car
14115 St. Clair Avenue MUlberry 1-7700
OPEN MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M.
Payments include Ohio State Sales Tax, Local Service Charges,
Freight, Title, and License Transfer Fee, New Car Get Ready.
*SB$SJSKtfii
I DeHaas, (2) Ken Eppich, (1)
Al Hamilton, (1) Joyce Haskell,
(3) Lynne Jackson, (5) Joyce
Johnson, (1) Karen Kobal, (1)
Betsy Kromer, (1) Sharon Lap
ka, (6) Jim Martis, (2) John
McClenahen, (1) Linda Mc
Gaughey, (1) Carol Parsh, (2)
Tony Passalaqua, (1) Mark
Price, (1) Antra Priede, (2).
Also Ginny Regan, (1) Sue
Riss, (2) Doretta Schroeder,
(1) Roy Secura, (2) Jim Shel
ton, (1) Hiroshi Shibata, (2)
Pat Whiteman, (3) Dave Wil
liams, (1) Sue Wingerter, (1)
Judy Yannetta, (6).
PINS
Pins were presented to the out
going officers, President, Ken
Connell Vice President, Dave
Moore Secretary, Molly Stillin
ger Treasurer, Ken Klug.
STUDENT COUNCIL
1959 Officers
Dave Moore, President
Merino, Vice President Molly
Stillinger, Secretary Ken Klug,
Treasurer.
Sandy
Robert
Bill Olson**.
12B’s
I Wally Arnold, Gary Brent,
Gwen Corman, Joan Fraser, Tom
Hamilton, Becky Morrow, Don
O’Neil, Alan Peters, Don Wat
ters, Harry Albrecht*, Dale Col
lins*, Larry Davis**, Kathy Fog
arty**, Shelia Loftus.
llA’s
Ruth Berenson, Dick Forshner,
Willie Klingbergs, Marvin Price,
Linda Wagner, Mike Di Lillo,
Lucille Alexander**, Bruce
Meyers.
HB’s
Pat Balmenti, Mary Jo Dona
telli, Karen Gray, Mary Koch,
Marty Marino, Dave McGuire,
Myra Rohde, Carole Raymont,
Joyce Warner.
lOA’s
Bob Cipiti, Russell Fox, Donna
Thiele.
denotes Representativcs-at
large.
denotes Honorary Mem
bers.
FUTURE OFFICERS
By Mrs. Ruby Olson, to Bar-
CONVENIENT!
START a CHARGE ACCOUNT
Use Your "We Charge It"
BLOUSES
& 53-M
CHARLES DEPT. STORE
Hayden Ave. At Shaw Ave.
CHEVROLET
$299 *1500
A WEEK
135 CHEVROLETS
AVAILABLE
TREMENDOUS SAVINGS
ON ALL MODELS
OMAC AND BANK FINANCING
Your Neighborhood
—■*»*-.y» ...
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
bars Albrecht.
AUDIO VISUAL
By Mr. Richard E. Baker, to
Myron Fa verman—January 1959
Graduate, Jay Hershey, Jim Mit
chell, Bob Davis, Kathy Sisk,
Norman Bresky.
CANTEEN
By Renny Bookman to the new
officers: Dick Schuster, Presi
dent Al Peters, Vice President
Molly Stillinger, Secretary Dale
Collins Treasurer.
BASEBALL
By Mr. William H. Galbrerach
to: Harry Albrecht, Dale Collins,
Ken Connell, Marty Davis, Tom
DiBart, Bruce Fielitz, Frank
Klenoshek, Ken Klug, Bill Morris,
Bill Niess, Don Peterson, Dave
Vaughn, Bob Perry.
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
By Mrs. Eleanor Pavey to:
Aimee Jo Lavik, Laurel Sillag,
Linda Bongiorano, Priscilla
Douglass, Kay Davidson, Pat
Balmenti.
Bill
12A’s
Hendricks, Mike Braun,
Morger, Robert Spitz,
King*, Carole Masley*,
Tom
PEP CLUB
By Arlene Davis to: Martina
Bruin, President Sue Arnold,
Vice President Connie Welter,
Secretary-Treasurer Wendy
CENTER RIB
-I
Birdtoy.
r*T
Templeton, Publicity Molly Stil
linger, Program Margie Graves,
Activity.
MANAGER LETTERS
Dave Drake, Matt Klein, Jared
Reschke.
G.A.A. AWARDS
By Miss Norma J. Smith to:
PENNANTS (1250 points)—
Sharon Lapka, Sally Laubaugb,
Carol Parsh, Sue Wingerter, Bet
ty Barrett.
GOLD BAR (800 points)—
Shelia Loftus, Becky Morrow,
Joyce Ross, Sue Arnold, Sue
Beattie, Kathy Fogarty, Jo Ann
Frietag,
Kennan,
Sheldt,
Morger.
Sugardale
FROZEN 6I
LEMONADE c°"
GULDEN'S
Prepared Yellow
Rog. 11c
MUSTARD
Beverly Austin, Pat
Marge Kerr, Sandy
Janet Schuff, Sandy
COFFEE
NOW AIR
CONDITIONED
Cool comfort to make
a polar boar grin with
delight is what YOU
can enjoy anytime In
our air-cooled store.
CERINO’S
Keefer, Mary Inman, Sherry
Maurushat, Maney Stout, Norma
Mayer, Jean Heusinger.
Linda Ercius, Janice Pink, Pat
Orwig, Peggy Olson, Diana
Smith, Genny Schlegel, Barbara
Bythway, Donna Arezone, Bon
nie Williams, Barb Bradley, Di
ana Coy.
ATHLETIC COUNCIL
Officers for 1959—President,
Sandy Morger Vice President,
Sally Forsythe Treasurer, Kathy
Forgarty.
New member*—Judy Burning,
Linda Bongiorno, Roberta Welty,
Linda Ericus, Penny Miller, Judy
Krause, Laurel Sillag, Barbara
Hartory, Joyce Werner, Kay
Davidson.
CHEERLEADERS: Sally Dun
can, Becky Morrow.
CHEERLEADER UNDER
STUDIES: Linda Hackney, Kay
Davidson, Laurel Sillag.
LETTERS (400 points)—
Kathy Jandt, Helga Klingsbergs,
Anita Long, Roberta Welty,
Carol Vago, Cathy Conroy, Gwen
Cornman, Betty Chakvary, Pat
Burk, Janet Skilton, Barb Har-.
shaw, Donna Thornton, Nancy I Miss Catherine Sausse, 13671
Baker, Deedie Madson. Euclid ave., is one of six persons
Janet Lucas, Diana Shepler. be received into the 25 Year
Elaine Gottlieb, Judy Butterfield Club of the Vichel Tool Co. Each
Judy Cunningham, Linda Bongi I ’w member was presented wth
omo, Lucille Alexander, Jo Ann a $100 savings bond.
WfWIS
FOR THE BIG HOLIDAY WEEK-END AHEAD!
Pure Gold
Pure Gold
SWEET
FIRST
PRIZE
WHOLE OR HALF
COMPLETE LINE
EDEE DAU VI IIP
I 11 EE I A11 AI N U
CERINO'S SUPER MARKET
15545 EUCLID AVE. AT COIT RD
BONELESS ROLLED OUR OWN COUNTRY
PORK CHOPS it 79' PORK ROAST ib. 79' SPARE RIBS ib. 59‘
lb.
FRYERS
GROUND BEEF
DILL J’X” Q*.
N|
JIQC
PICKLES A Ja" H1
29‘
16-oz.
Jar
PICKLES
59
SOFT DRINKS —MIXERS
BEER AND WINES
MAINE POTATOES
LEMONS or LIMES
PRE-COOKED SKINLESS SHANKLESS DEFATTED
Carrots, Onions or Radishes
FOR YOUR COWVENIEMCE
15545 EUCLID AVE. AT COIT HOAD
Pan Ready
(Whole)
Dubuque
10-12 lb.
avg.
Extra
Lean
V:
Thursday, May 27, 1959
9x12' Shag Rugs “,S3.95
WASHED—FLUFF DRIED—NEATLY FOLDED AND WRAPPED
FJcrfworh Finished Reasonably
l-Stop Swvica Laundry, Sheets. 24-Hr. Dry Cleaning
EAST CLEVELAND LAUNDROMAT
14248 Euclid Avenne Mulberry 1-8178
Rowland
13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
Right Next Deer to the Liquor Store
Up to 25
Nm
Beverage
Drive. In From Euclid or Sup.rior
Right Up To Our Back Doorl
Serving E. Cleveland and Cleveland Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Deliver Phone GLenville 1-8305
We Rent Punch Bowls and Cup. Open TUI 10 P.M. Daily
■b.
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49
DOMINO
PURE CANE
SUGAR
U. S.
NO. 1
JUICY
COMPLETE LINE Of PICNIC SUPPLIES
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL 7 r.M.
Prices Effective Thro Friday. May 29th
53
lb
bag
10|te49‘
6-25‘
3"29‘
SQUARE DEAL
SUPER MARKET
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