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FOR THE B’S LARGE CRACKED EGGS International Sterling UNTIL JAN. 31st AQ/ A EE w V /O V I Theme $74.90 or SWIMMING DOZ. 39 Fresh Duck Eggs doz. 49c Young Roasting Chicken Fresh Cut-Up Poultry St. Clair Poultry 12520 Si. Clair Ave. GL. 1-0825 Bride To Be! SPLENDID SAVINGS ON THESE PATTERN FAVORITES Fill in...add on...start your personal service for lasting pride in owning treasured family silver. REGULAR PRICES For Limited Time Only Choose from this big open stock 29,1960 and all patterns revert to regular price. Courtship, Enchantress, Minuet. patterns price listed below. Richelieu prices, slightly higher. ITEM Beg. Price Special Teasoocn .... ............ $ 5.00 $ 3.5n Luncheon Fork ..^_,„ 8.00 3.60 Luncheon Knife....... 7.00 4.S0 Baled Fork ......... 6.75 4.73 Cream Soup Spoon.... 6.50 4.5 Butter Spreader, HH... 5.50 3.8: Dinner Fork............ „... 10.50 7.: I? 8.25 B.~ 6.50 4.' AD Cnffee Spoon 3.50 2 Iced Beverage Spoon.... 6.50 4/ Cocktail Fork ...... 4.75 3/ Butter Knife 8.75 Cold Meat Fork..........r 17.50 »2.r Gravy Ladle ......... 14.75 i#.: 12.75 «.£ Steak Set, 2-pc............ 25 00 17.: Sugar Spoon 8.00 5.C Table, Serving Spoon. 13.50 •X Pierced Tablespoon 13.50 B.4. PLACE SETTINGS 4-pc. Place Setting .... 26.75 18.7: (Teaspoon, Luncheon Fork. Luncheon Knife, Salad Fork) SET COMBINATIONS WE charge IT Gorham Sterling Sale! RETIRED FROM OPEN STOCK ON ALL PIECES IN THESE TWO FAMOUS DESIGNS Decor $93.10 Women—Tuesday—Fee $8.00 per das* Beginners 6:30, 8:15, 7:45 Intermediates 7:45 Advanced 8:15 Dips 7:00 Girls—Saturday—Fee $7.00 per class Beginners Intermediate ................. Advanced Synchronized ....................... Dips....................................... Water Safety Aide Course MY-WY CO-ED PROGRAM Adults—Tuesday— Bridge—Int. and Play-of-Hand .. Bridge—Duplicate ......................... Dance—Social, Cha Cha Cha, Mambo, Jitterbug Dance Square Italian Spanish SPECIAL CLASSES You and Your Investments Tailoring elson EAST CLEVELAND'S JEWELER SINCE 1920 1385 HAYDEN AVE. at SHAW FREE! Lazy Susan To E»ery Wedding Party Using Our Rental P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 1:30 and 3:15 2:00 .3:15 and 1:30 ....................1:30 2:45 12:30 6:30 37.00 .8:30— 7.00 8:30 10.00 7:30 10.00 7:30 10.00 7:30 10.00 Mon., 7:00 3.00 Mon., 7:00 15.00 1831 Lee Blvd. Near Euclid Ave. SOUND SEX IDEALS inext meeting of the Pre-School STRESSED BY PROSPECT Mothers Group to be held Jan. Prospect PTA explored sex 20th at 10:15 a. m. til 11:30 education last Thursday, via aja. m. at the North Branch Li blimulating talk by Mrs. W. brary, 1481 Hayden ave. Marlin Butts of the Family Health Association. A lively question period followed. Mrs. Butts clarified the need for better sex education in the home by citing the alarming re sults of a recent study of col lege boys: 79 per cent received their sex information from un wholesome sources and only 4 per cent received it from their parents. In the second meeting of this series, held this afternoon, Mrs. Butts led the parents in exam ining their own feelings toward sex education and in discuss ing the human reproductive system. At the third meeting, to be held on Jan. 28th, films will be shown and Mrs. Butts will talk about answering chil dren’s questions. The subject of the fourth meeting, scheduled for Feb. 4th, will be “After Forty, What PRE SCHOOL GROUP HEARS TALK ON WEIGHT CONTROL “Your Weight and How Control It” will be discussed Miss Elizabeth Whipple at the OPEN EVENINGS BILL'S CLOTHES 4 COMPLETE STORES fAST CLEVELAND BRANCH Y. W. C. A GL. KE. RE. St. Clair at 5 Points 618 East 185th St. 22810 Lake Shore 29000 Lake Shore 1-4340 1-4341 1-3448 4-4343 WH. Shoregate Shopping Center Duane Harney, 13323 Gainobora NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE OR WHERE YOU ARE THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU AT THE 10 WEEK WINTER PROGRAM—BEGINNING JANUARY 18th Register By Phone or Mail $2.00 Per Year Membership Required For All Participants SPORTS AMD EXERCISE Women—Adult—$7.00 per class Tennis Slymnastics ........................................ Varied Sports .... Trampoline (Co-ed) Golf (Co-Ed) Girls Tap and Ballet Beg. and Int .. Trampoline ...... Bowling (Co-Ed) ......... LADIES'-DAY-OOT—Thursdays Baby Sitting Service Available Bridge—Beg. and Int. Bridge—Play of Hand Dressmaking—Beg. ... Flower Arranging .... Home Management .. Interior Decorating ... Millinery—Advanced Millinery—Intermediate Party Foods ................. Enameling ................... DANCE—Boys and Girls Miss Elizabeth Whipple is director of the Nutrition Asso ciation of Greater Clevealnd, Mrs. Butts, a delightful teach-'graduate of Simmons College, er full of warmth and under standing, stressed the import ance of over-ail home environ ment in giving children sound and moral attitudes toward sex. Questions about sexual develop Inent and reproduction should be answered frankly and accur ately, she said, in a home at mosphere of love, attachment, confidence in the children, and healthy concepts about sex on the part of the parents. In such an atmosphere, reproduction can be seen as a miracle of life and love. Boston, and has her Master’s Degree from Chicago Univer sity. She is especially interested in pre-school mothers and weight control, and will have much valuable information to impart being a nutritionist for a period of 25 years. Story Hour for the pre-school child will be provided by Miss Jean Hoffman, children’s li brarian, during the time of the meeting. Crib Room will be pro vided for children under three years of age with an adult in charge. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 6TH GRADE, CHAMBERS SESSION TOPIC Thursday, Jan. 21st, 1:30 p. m. till 3 p. m, marks the beginning of a series of lecture-discussion programs sponsored by Adult Education of Chambers PTA. Mrs. C. D. Groce, chairman of Adult Education, announces these programs will be based on “Understanding Your Child.” Programs will be held once a month, January through April, in the school Museum Room. selection. Sale ends February Each Thursday session will cover children in the various age groups listed below: Queen’s Lace, Serenity, Spring Glory Jan. 21st, “The pre-school and Kindergarten child:” Feb. 25th “1st and 2nd grade child:” March 31st, “3rd and 4th grade child and April 21st, “5th and 6th grade child.” The speaker and discussion leader for all four sessions will Miss Anne R. Falther, direc of Cleveland's Family Serv ice. to by Dinner Knife _....be Dessert Spcon .....tor INCOME TAX EXPERT SERVICE 37 Years Experience 12619 Arlington Ave. Pastry Server, HH........ PO. 1-6415 Judson Harmount, 1720 Bryn Mawr Going Forma}? USE OUR COMPLETE Formal Rental Service 74.0. 16-pc. service for 4 107.00 i4—4-pc. Place Settings) 32-pc. service for 8 214.00 (8-4-pc. Place Settings) all prices include f- ’-ra! tar 149.#/ Freshly Cleaned and Pressed Garments Expertly Fittea Every thing You Need For A Formal Occasion! Miss Falther, who has been with the Family Service for over 10 years, is known locally and throughout the state as a speaker and discussion leader for PTA and church groups on subjects relating to young peo ple and Family Life Education. We hope to have all sessions Child care will be provided children 3 to 5 years inclusive. for age The meeting will be at 8 p. m. in the student lounge. PILLOWCASE PARTY The Lutheran Women Greater Cleveland are sponsor ing a Pillow Case Card Party to be held Monday, Jan. 18th at 1:30 p. m. at Higbee’s. No luncheon will be served. EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Club A If your club plans for the week end and newly-elected officers or any other perti nent news is not listed below get your publicity chairman to prepare a release for THE LEADER. Mail news items to 814 East 152nd st., Cleveland 10. Kenneth S. Whiteman of 13909 Strathmore rd. will han dle public relations for THE CLEVELAND COAL CLUB. Whiteman is with Oglebay Nor ton Company. Other officers of the club are Verner L. Ott of 2350 Taylor rd., president Lester C. Ehr hardt, vice president C. B. Weber, secretary and Herbert E. Miracle, treasurer. The East Cleveland WOMEN’S REPUBLICAN CLUB will meet at the home, of the president, Mrs. L. A. Davidson, 1887 Knowles st., on Tuesday, at 2 p. m. Members and guests are urged to attend. The EAST CLEVELAND BLUE STAR MOTHERS have its regular meeting 20th at 1:30 p. m. in the Cleveland Public Library. of Tickets can be obtained at the door with friends as well as members invited. Proceeds go to the Home for the Aged Fujid. P.M. PM P.M. P.M. P.M. 6:30 7:45 6:30 8:00 8:30 .................................................1042 .Tum., Mon., Tum., .Tum., .Mon., Mon., 7:00 P.M. Sat, 2:30-4:30 —$7.00 Sat, 9:45 A.M. 5.00 Fri., 4:00 P.M. .10:00 A.M. —$7.00 ..1:30 P.M.— 7.00 ...1:30 P.M. —15.00 ...1:30 P.M.—10.00 .10:00 A.M. —10.00 ...1:30 P.M. —10.00 ..9:30 A.M. —10.00 ...1:30 P.M. —10.00 .10:00 A.M. —10.00 9:30 A.M. —10.00 Monday Ballroom—6th grade 4:00 P.M.—$5.00 Square Dance—5th and 6th grades ... .4:00 P.M.— 5.00 GLenville 1-3425 will Jan. East Tea will be served following the meeting. Mothers of service men are invited to join. Cleveland Branch, AMERI CAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI VERSITY WOMEN, will meet at 8 p. m. Jan. 20th, at Hotel Cleveland. The speaker will be Dr. L. W’ilson Kilgore, Pastor, Lake wood Presbyterian Church. Dr. Kilgore recently returned from an extended trip to Russia, and his subject will be “A Clergyman in Russia,” an im presion of the country and peo ple as he saw them on his tour behind the Iron Curtain. All university graduates are eligible for membership in the American Association of Uni versity Women. For further information on the program of the Cleveland Branch please contact the Membership Chair man, Mrs. William Idzerda, YE. 2-3529. The CEC1L1AN MUSICAL CLUB'S January meeting will be tomorrow at 12:30 p. m. for luncheon at the home of Mrs. Bainbridge Cowell, 24001 Haz clmere rd. Shaker Heights. of DR. NICHOLS ON EDUCATION AT SHAW PTA On the program will be Mrs. Fred C. Tyler, jr, soprano sol oist accompanied by Mrs. Rob ert C. Gilbert, pianist Mrs. James W. Mull, piano soloist Mrs. Harvey McGuire, violinist, acoinpanied pianist. in in Shaw parents, if you are terested in education and meeting Dr. Harold Nichols, East Cleveland superintendent of schools, you can combine both Jan. 21st when Shaw PTA holds its first meeting of the year. Dr. Nichols will On, “Education, Past, and Future.” by Alice Kirby. Dr. R. D. be speak Present. the cur- Education seems to rent subject for debate these days and your evening will he well spent. A very short busi ness meeting will precede the talk. land Clinic, “Causes and Outlook'* of the Cerebral Palsy Child at Hotel Carter, Wednesday, Jan. 20th, at 7:30 p. m. This speech will be followed by a question and answer period from the audience. The talk will be presented by the United Cerebral Palsy Mother’s Club. The public is in vited to attend. For information please call Mrs. Kirk Reid at WH. 3-1064 or Mrs. Joseph Nagy at WA. 1-2609. Cleveland ALUMNAE OF PHI MU SORORITY will meet Feb 3rd at 7 p. m. for a pro gram entitled, “Glitter, Glam our and Gourmet.” The Home Service Depart, ment of the East Ohio Gas Company will offer this pro gram, with Phi Mu co-hostess es Mrs. Glenn Kitson of 1108 Ford rd., Lyndhurst, and Mrs. Marjorie N. South Green Whittle of 885 rd., South Euclid. GARDEN Club HILLTOP will meet Jan. 20th, at 1:30 p. m, in Caledonia School, 914 Caledonia ave. Mrs. Mary Lynne Weenik will speak on “The Ro mance of Perfume.” Mrs. Edmund Brumagin, hostess chairman, of 2479 Green rd., University Heights, will be assisted by Mrs. John L. Davies, 3672 Atherstone rd., Cleveland Heights Mrs. Clyde Hood, 965 Caledonia ave. Mrs. A. H. Mattmueller, 291 Lloyd rd., Eu clid Mrs. Arthur G. Royer, 995 Helmsdale rd., Cleveland Heights Mrs. John M. Smith, Nelaview rd., Cleveland Heights and Mrs. Ned J. Stephenson, 2366 Noble rd., Cleveland Heights. i It’s Wise To $ $ $ SAVE FOR A PURPOSE! ...and fun •. to SAVE at----- East Cleveland Savings M1 Make your dreams come true by sav ing a definite amount every payday. Savings Insured to $10,000 East Cleveland Savinas and Loan Company C. E. Davidsons Celebrate Sixtieth Anniversary Sixty years ago, The Little Church Around the Corner in Silvercreek, N. Y., was the scene of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Davidson, 849 East 144th st. On Saturday, Jan. 23rd, the many friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Davidson will gather in the dining room cf the Collinwood a Masonic Temple, 813 E a s tf 152nd st., to mark another! milestone in their life. I Their sixtieth anniversary finds Mr. and Mrs. Davidson with two children, Arthur of Cleveland, and Mrs. Ruth Sult, Erie, Pa., eight grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren. A daughter, Lois, passed away six years ago. The family dinner will be fol- Free Movie Tickets You can got a pair of com plimentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the names in ten ads scattered thru the paper. If you find your name lust clip the ad and take it to the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and you'll get two free tickets. Thur, Fri., Sat, "Career" and "The Angry Hills." Saturday matinee, "20 Million Miles To Earth" plus "The Hour of Cartoons." Sunday matinee, "Attack of The Puppet People" and "War of The Colossal Beast." Sunday Evening thru Tuesday, "Beloved Infidel." Next Wednesday. "That Kind of Woman." 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 ofr 20 tickets at the Shaw Hayden Theatre. Window Washing Storm Window and Screen Service Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned HOUSE CLEANING Fully Insured VETERANS Mercer, of Cleve will discuss the CLEANING GL. 1-7482 TRAVELERS RATES REDUCED up to tor safe drivers On AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CAU BILL HAVERLOCK SHOREGATE SHOPPING CENTER AN. 1-0377 WH. 4-1787 LIFE —ACCIDENT —FIRE IEP RES ENTIM6 TIE TRAVELERS RAITFOID Laura Griffin, 13301 Strathmore NEW CAR NEW HOME RETIREMENT EDUCATION APPLIANCES CURRINT RATI HAYDIN OFFICE Hours: 9 30 to 2 30 Open til 6 on Fridoy /*. -:.'1 I I? yf TV" 3 Jlowed by an Open House at the •iTemple from 2 to 5 p. m. The Davidsons came to FLORIDA Tangerines 2 d.z 59c FRESH BRUSSEL SPROUTS Qt. Box 19c CRISCO GIANT TIDE 69c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE SHURFINE FROZEN 6 WHITE EGGS 45 doz. PILLSBURY FLOUR 5 HEINZ CATSUP 3 PoIlP SHI the and Mr. Collinwood area in 1903 have resided here since. Davidson retired July, 1946, after 43 years as a New York Central mechanic. Among the early memories of the Davidsons was the miracu lous escape of their son, Arthur, then a first-grade pupil at Lakeview School, from the dis astrous fire which claimed so many lives. “No presents, please,” said: Mr. Davidson, “just a clasp of] the hand and a friendly word to be stored in our bank of won derful memories!” i CMb for top WHOLE FRYING PICNIC STYLE PORK ROAST SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON PAVELKA'S 69c SHOULDER LAMB ROAST MEATY LAMB BREAST TASTY 69c lb. LAMB PATTIES SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS RIB Orange Juice LAND O' LAKES BUTTER LARGE GRADE A LAMB CHOPS LOIN LAMB LAMB CHOPS MEATY 69c ib. LAMB SHANKS BONELESS ROLLED PORK ROAST BONELESS ROLLED POT ROAST FRESH GROUND BEEF FRESH BULK 45c ibs. Pork SAUSAGE HOME MADE Country Sausage HOME MADE 69c bus. Italian Sausage Prices Effective Thru Saturday, January 16th, I960 CERINO'S "SIX’ JOE CERINO, OWNER-MANAGER 15545 EUCLID AVE AT COIT AVE. ThurBday.lanuary 14, 1980 RUBBER FOOT WEAR tap BALLET GYM SHOES HOUSE SLIPPERS BOYS' and MEN'S rOt ENGINEERS and COMBAT BOOTS YOUTH* SreCIAll COMBAT BOOTS ... $3.88 BAUMGARTENS 1427 Hayden Ave. 1-8516 WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS EUCLID-TAYLOR PHARMACY 15470 Euclid Ave GL. 1-0823 PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED VITAMIN VALUES $C50 THERAPEUTIC FORMULA S9.4S Value Per Hundred UNI-DIUM (ONE-A-DAY) $3.11 Value Per Hundred WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS SUPER VALU super market 15545 EUCLID AVE. AT COIT AVE. Ib.<p></p>CHICKENS' SPRING CUT UP LEG O'LAMB COTTAGE BUTTS»59m I $2" 29cJ^■1 33c 59 29 ib.491 w. 49c 15‘ »39' -57 79‘ 99‘ 59 .79' .89 .49 .49' .59' .69'