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Flatworb Finished Reasonably
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EAST CLEVELAND LAUNDROMAT
14248 Euclid Avenue MUlberry 1-6178
STILL TIME FOR
HOLIDAY PARTY TRAYS
INCLUDES
HOME MADE POTATO SALAD HOT CORNED
BEEF PASTROMI TURKEY HAM ROAST
BEEF ETC.
FULL SELECTION OF
IMPORTED WINES CHAMPAGNES CORDIALS
CALL TODAY
BERNIES DELICATESSEN
13608 Euclid GL. 1-4054 LI. 1-9589
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY NITES
are "FAMILY NIGHT" 5 'til 9 P.M.
Tell your friends to come to Kenny King's
Kenng King'd
FAMILY SPECIAL
(served in dining room only)
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KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
BREADED VEAL CUTLET
MINUTE GROUND ROUND STEAK
plus---
CHOICE OF POTATO
COLE SLAW
ROLL & BUTTER
COFFEE or TEA
(Up to 12 years)
Beverage Extra
94
KIDDIE ORDER of
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
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KENNY KING'S DINER
20371 Euclid Av..
KENNY KING'S RANCHOUSE
17585 Lake Shore Blvd.
KENNY KING'S MENTOR
Rt 20 Mentor, Ohio
KENNY KING'S MAYFIELD
5836 Mayfield Rd.
JOIN
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Every
Budget
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East Cleveland Savings
CHRISTMAS
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save
little ayry payday
For A Happier Christmas Next Year
East Cleveland
Savinas
and Loan Company
Mail Box
Sir:
Once again we take pride in
our employees moving the tre
mendous volume of holiday
mail well in advance of Christ
mas day.
Their commendable effort,
I’m sure, was eased consider
ably by the splendid coopera
tion of the people and especially
the patrons of the East Cleve
land postal area.
The newspapers throughout
the land were most generous in
giving us publicity to our plea
for early mailing at Christmas.
Outstanding in this assistance
was the East Cleveland Leader.
Please be assured that Post
master Joseph S. Franz and I
are most grateful to you and
your staff for this cooperation.
Our best wishes to you and
your staff for “a Very Merry
Christmas ‘and a Happy New
Year.”
Club*
The next event of the LU
THERAN BUSINESS & PRO
FESSIONAL WOMEN’S CLUB
will be a social evening in the
Community Room of the East
Ohio Gas Co. Jan. 12th at 7:30
p. m.
“Glitter, Glamour and Gour
met,” a demonstration, will be
the main attraction of the eve
ning. Miss Margaret Lucas will
be the hostess.
The Club members are mak
ing plans for entertaining pa
tients in Turney rd. Cleveland
State Hospital on Jan. 26th at
7 p. m.
The GLAMELLIA GARDEN
CLUB will meet at Mrs. T. W.
Wilder’s home, 3959 Ardmore
rd., Cleveland Heights, Jan.
12th at 1:30 p. m. for a business
meeting.
Deaths
Minnie D. Lauer
Dr. Howard M. Wells of the
First Presbyterian Church of
East Cleveland conducted fun
eral services Saturday for Min
nie D. Lauer,
rd.
13601 Claiborne
who died Dec.
wife of Charles
Mrs. Lauer,
23rd, was the
G. and the mother of Mrs. Jane
Harty and Mrs. Josephine Dann.
Burial was in Norwalk, Ohio.
Alfred Leroy Kester
Funeral services were con
lucted Saturday afternoon in
Ashtabula for Alfred Leroy
Kester, 15623 Euclid ave.
He was the husband of Helen,
the father of Francis of Cleve
land and Clare of Wayland,
Mass. the son of Lottie and
the late Harry W. and the
brother of Hazel Glotzbecker of
Ashtabula, Robert of Charlotte,
N.C., and the late Mary Bloom,
Rose Belle and Harry.
Burial was in Saybrook Cem
etery.
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5816 Mayfield Road'
(Just East of Brainard)
1373 Hayden Avenue
(At Shaw) i
Review Of 1959
(Continued from page 5)
Mario Gerhardt and Thomas
Smith were chosen as two the
principal appointees of Con
gressman Frances Bolton to tne
United States Naval Academy.
Six other local youths were
chosen as alternates to the
various military academies.
DECEMBER
The Sunny Monday club had
its 10th birthday party and over
50 people added to the merri
ment.
Kirk’s annual Christmas pro
gram kept students singing a
wide variety of Christmas,
songs.
The pool was open, Shaker
and Shaw held a meet in it,
a crack was discovered in the
tile and then the long
awaited pool had to be closed
again for minor repairs. The
repair job will not take as
long as originally thought.
N. F. Leist, assistant to the
superintendent says that it
will be in swimming order
when classes return next
week.
The welfare department was
happy to learn that people were
still warmhearted. The re
sponse to aid those in need was
“very good.”
Bill Robertson, a city engi
neering employee for 36 years
retired at the close of this year.
He may take his retirement
casually in Florida.
EC police force is going to
and eight more men
force, when the Civil
tests are finished.
to the
Service
elected
Harry H. Hall was
the ’60 head of the Exchange
club. He will be installed in
January.
Seven Shaw football play
ers received trophies at the
sports banquet this year they
are: Bernard
Vaughin, Joe
Peters. Earl
John Migione.
Keister, Dave
Billington, Al
Cipriani and
City Commission decided to
seek appropriations of land of
three property owners adjoin
ing the Stanwood creek. The
City wants to culvert the
stream.
Hastings avenue resident
Jack Dreifort has found him
self at Hollywood’s door with an
option pending. Someday we
may be saying you knew him
when
That was 1959. Perhaps you’ll
remember many more events
than we did or perhaps we
helped to recall them for you.
Let’s pray and work to make
1960 every as good a year—even
better! Happy New Year,
Stamp Club To
Meet January 14
The EAST CLEVELAND
PHILATELIC SOCIETY’S next
meetirig will be Jan. 14th, 8
p. m. at the YMCA, 1831 Lee
blvd.
members advised to at
Important business dis-
All
tend,
cussions of vital interest for
all members.
Save by the
TH
EARN FROM
THE 1st
You’ll Get An Extra
Savings Bonus
4®/b sr
Savings Accounts
insured to $10,000
East
Cleveland
Savincx
and
Loan Company
5816 MAYFIELD ROAD
(East of Brainard)
1373 HAYDEN AVENUE
(at Shaw)
EAST CLEVELAND LEADDt
Scouts On Move
To Get Points
Boy Scout Troop 108 will be
on the move again this Friday
evening. After supper, they’ll
leave for a weekend camping
trip at Camp Klein in Hampden,
Ohio, returning Sunday after
noon.
Other than having fun, their
major objective will be to pass
as many tests as possible so
there will be more First Class
Scouts eligible for the election
to be held at the troop meeting
Jan. 5th to determine the lucky
winner of the expense-paid trip
to the National Jamboree at
Colorado Springs, Colorado next
July.
Total expense is $200 and the
money was earned by the scouts
themselves on their monthly
paper sales last fall. Minimum
requirement among many others
is that the winner be a First
Class Scout prior to the elec
tion by the troop members.
Members of the troop who
worked on the monthly paper
sale on Dec. 19th, earned a to
tal of $50.82 to be credited to
their own personal camp fee
either for the Jamboree or for
the Troop Camp at Camp Beau
mont in August. Next paper
sale is scheduled for Jan. 23rd.
Cub Scouts of Pack Six who
are 10% and expect to graduate
into the troop within the next
four months, have been invited
to attend this camp this week
end. Fathers of cubs or scouts
are also invited to attend.
In addition to the usual camp
activities, there will be tourna
ments with prizes for winners
including checkers, chess, bad
minton, ping-pong, and volley
ball.
Transportation will be fur
nished by parents with the pa-d
trol leaders making the arrange
ments. Meals will be troop style
with patrols taking turns pre
paring them.
They Got
His Number
A license plate that dropped
off the driver’s car at the time
of an accident was the clue that
led police to the door of Robert
Sullivan, 38 of Coit rd.
Sullivan had been involved in
an accident Nov. 22nd when his
car approached a stop sign on
Claiborne near Hayden and
hit a car that was stopped.
Sullivan and the driver spoke
at the time and the other driver
went to call police when he
returned Sullivan was gone.
But Sullivan’s license was on
the scene police traced him
through that.
When they arrived at his
house 40 minutes later they
took Sullivan to police head-[
quarters where they questioned
him and gave him an alcometer,
test. His reading at that time
was .40 which is diagnosed toi
mean intoxicated.
Sullivan was fined $350 and
costs Dec. 24th and given a two
day jail sentence by Judge
Stanton Addams for driving
while intoxicated.
Sullivan pleaded not guilty
to the charge and said in his
defense that he didn’t have any
alcohol until he got home at
which time he said he was wor
ried about the accident and
drank a bottle of vodka in the
40-minute span it took the
police to get there. Judge Ad
dams didn’t believe him and the
driving while intoxicated charge
stuck.
Louis Powell, 56 of 2509 East
57th st., is now serving a 30
day jail sentence meted out for
driving while intoxicated Dec.
26th. Powell was also fined $100
and costs. It was his first of
fense. Sentence was passed
Dec. 29th.
McDermott-Campbell
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Jean Ann McDer
mott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. D. McDermott, 1276 East
135th st. to James Alan Camp
bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
E. Campbell, 370 Green rd.
Miss McDermott is a June
graduate of Shaw High. Her
fiance was graduated from
Shaw in 1956.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Fischer-Lynn
and Mrs. Omar D. L.
Mr.
Fischer of 1710 Wayside rd.,
announce the Christmas en
gagement of their daughter,
Judith Louise, to James F. Linn,
son of Mrs. Betty Linn, 369
East 260th st., and Mr. Floyd
W. Linn of Columbus, Ohio.
Judy is a graduate of Collin
wood High School and is pres
ently employed at Society Na
tional Bank. Her fiancee is a
Shaw High School graduate.
A June wedding is planned.
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home
KEnmore 1-3600
NOTICE!
THIS AD IS WORTH
$0.00
(Offer good until
January 10 1960)
TOWARDS THE PURCHASE
OF WATKINS MULTI
PURPOSE VITAMINS with
MINERALS
ANY SIR REGULAR JUNIOR
•r GERIATRICS
Call The Quality Number
GL. 1-7144
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pony of its kind in the world
since 1868.
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Beauty Lift
Offered PTA
It seems as though we all
need a lift, now that the holi
days are over, and the speaker
at Chambers PTA, 2 p. m., Jan.
7th, in the school auditorium
should be able to help.
Mrs. Dorothy Souche, adult
instructor, Cleveland Board of
Education, lecturer at PTA and
YWCA groups, fashion coordi
nator, model, beautician, house
wife and mother, will discuss
make-up, hair-do, posture and
personality problems.
She will wear a basic dress,
and show what accessories to
wear. Bring your problems
along with you, and they can
be brought up for discussion
during the question and answer
period.
Small children will be cared
for in the nursery. Refresh
ments will be served after the
program, and movies will be
shown from 3:30 p. m. till 4
p. m. for the school children.
The Mothers Discussion
Group will meet at 10:30 a. m.
on Jan. 6th at the North Branch
Library to discuss the subject
“Working Mothers.” There
should be quite a few comments
on this subject, pro and con,
and a number of mothers may
enjoy giving their ideas.
While the mothers are having
their meeting, the children’s
librarian, Miss Jean Hoffman,
will entertain the children with
their story hour.
For Advertising
Call GLenville
1-4383
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ALL PURPOSE
WHITE
POTATOES
25 79c
FRESH
GREEN
ONIONS
3 bu. 29c
CHASE & SANBORN
COFFEE
65c
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TOMATO
SOUP
can
SHURFRESH
SALTINE
CRACKERS
LIBBY'S
TOMATO
JUICE
29c
COMPLETE
UNB OF
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WINES
MIXERS
SOFT DRINKS
Everything You'll
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Holidays
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CORNED BEEF
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SUGARDALE
SLICED BACON
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Barbecue HAM
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COLD CUTS
CENTER RIB
PORK CHOPS
FRESH
19c
(ROUND BEEF
BONELESS ROLLED
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Pork Loin Roast
BONELESS ROLLED
POT ROAST
HOME MADE
Italian Sausage
HOME MADE
Country Sausage
HOME AAADE
Bulk Sausage
FRESH, LEAN, BONELESS
Briskit of Beef
Price, Sifecthre Thru Saturday, January 2nd, I960
y JOE CERDtO. OWNER-MANAGER
1554S EUCLID AVE AT COIT AVE
Thursday, December 31, 1950
Happy New Year
May tha joys of the New Year be
yours! We extend season's greet
ings and wishes for a rich and re
warding life in all the years to
come.
1427 Hayden Ave. GL. 1-8516
WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS
Fine Foods With Old Fashioned Hospitality
KARL BROWN'S
COLONIAL INN
LUNCHEONS-DINNERS
Private Party and Banquet Rooms
For Reservations Phone UL. 1-3131
Open Daily 11:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Sunday 11:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
15241 EUCLID AVE. AT SHAW AVE
11IIWillII JOHNSON
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"SX”
AVENUE AT EDDT RD.
TRY OUR FISH SPECIAL
FRIDAY
JILL :DAY
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