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EAST CLEVELAND FOOT CLINIC
13933 EUCLID AVE.
Next to Continental Art Theater
Dr. J. Wallenstein. D.S.C., Director Open Evenings
SPECIALISTS IN
Medicine and Surgery of the Foot
ALL FOOT AILMENTS TREATED
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COME IN AND SEE
OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF
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YOUR
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WALTER F. MEYER
DIAMONDS-FINE JEWELRY
12509 St. Clair Ave.
QUALITY MARKET'S
14524 ST. CLAIR AVE.
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY SPECIALS
Boneless Rolled RUMP ROAST... lb. 69c
ROUND or SIRLOIN STEAK..........lb. 69c
STANDING RIB ROAST......................lb. 49c
T-BONE STEAK lb. 79c
BONELESS VEAL STEAK...................lb. 59c
SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS ............ lb. 39c
BONELESS VEAL CUTLETS.............. lb. 69c
FRESH SAUSAGE............................... lb. 29c
SLICED BACON.................................... lb. 29c
daily
i $
I
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Except
U E IV Friday and Saturday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
TO GO OUT
FISH DINNER
Our Delicious
Fresh Blue Pike
NO NEED II III I And YouI
TO WAIT
VCHI UL. I “OUZO Will Be
CHESTER'S w
LEARN TO DANCE
ADULTS
YOUNG and OLD
WHY SIT HOME?
MEET NEW PEOPLE
WALTZ, FOX TROT,
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85
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Waiting
CHILDREN
ft Year* Up
else TEEN AGERS
TAP, ACROBATIC,
TOE, BALLET, ETC.
All Included In tame lessons
without extra cost.
Most schools charge separately
for each dance. So why pay
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Afford Our Rates
You're NOT compelled to sign any contract
NEW ENROLLMENTS NOW
BEAS DANCE STUDIO
406 Euclid Ave. CH. 1-9513
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“Outs’* Are
Hosts “Ins”
Caledonia PTA officers and
chairmen will be the hosts at
the ‘old board—new board’
luncheon, which will be held
at. the Church of the Cross, next
Wednesday, noon. Their special
guests will be Miss Bertha Clen
denen, principal, with her staff
and the 1961r62 PTA board
members.
After the luncheon, color
slides of Caledonia children en
gaging in their schoolroom and
extra-curricular activities will
be shown.
Caledonia PTA officers for
the coming school year will be:
Mrs. Alvin L. Hart, president
Mrs. Fred H. Chorman, first
vice-president Mrs. Leslie R.
Reardon, second vice president
Mrs. R. Paul Gouger, recording
secretary Mrs. Earl H. Wardle
corresponding secretary and
Mrs. W. W. Heigle, treasurer.
East Cleveland PTA Council
Delegates are: Mrs. Harry G.
Arthur, jr., Mrs. Myron H.
Evans, Mrs. George Spencer
and Mrs. William C. Sankar.
The committee chairmen will
be: Mrs. Harry W. McKee, pro
gram Mrs. Robert F. Pattie,
parent education Mrs. James
Ubbink, pre-school Mrs. Leslie
R. Reardon, membership Mrs.
Edward H. Guy, hospitality
Mrs. Thomas H. Redding, pub
lications.
Mrs. Donald W. Gropp, pub
licity Mrs. Robert V. Madsen,
news release Mrs. James P.
Winkler, health Mrs. William
E. Jones, safety Mrs. William
R. Maxwell, citizenship and leg
islation Mrs. John Kundmiller.
radio and TV Mrs. Frederick
Way, III, movies Mrs. Ralph
L. Peckinpaugh, community
service.
Mrs. Richard H. Byers, ways
and means Mrs. Raymond A.
Mitchell, social Mrs. Charles
Club Calendar •..
Backyard
Plant Sale
Sacred Song Festival
Helps Welsh Aged
Mrs. H. J. Pottenger, 304
East 216th st., is serving on
committee for the annual Gymn
fa Ganu (Sacred Song Festival)
and supper sponsored by the Wo
men’s Welsh Club of East Cleve
land. The festive occasion is
scheduled Sunday, May 21st,
at Windermere Presbyterian
Church, Euclid ave. and Winder
mere.
Professor William Albert
Hughes will direct his famous
Cambrian Male Chorus as a fea
ture attraction at the 7 p. m.
session only.
Supper will be served by
members of the club prior to the
evening session and the public
is welcome. Total proceeds are
for maintenance of the Home for
Aged in Rocky River, which is
supported entirely by the Wo
men’s Welsh Clubs of America.
The Backyard Gardeners of
East Cleveland have completed
plans for the Plant Sale to be
held on the Girl’s Playground
at Prospect School, Euclid ave.
at Shaw, Saturday from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m.
There will be house plants,
petunias, carnations, snapdra-
I.
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BRANCAE
GL. 1-0322
13937 Euclid Ave.
HOWARD
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RE. 1-7700
730 East 222nd St.
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NATIONWIDE
MUTUAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY
♦een
Columbus Ohio
E. Hageman, clothing sale Mrs.
Robert Perchan, sunshine Mrs.
Richard F. Jones, library Mrs.
F. Max Griffith, recreation
Mrs. Clyde A. Miller, chaplain
Mrs. John C. Leibert, scholar
ship and Mrs. Richard B.
Schenk, historian.
Nursery School
Open House Is
Set For Monday
“Come and see for yourself”
is the theme of The Hayden Co
operative Nursery School open
house, Monday morning, from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the playroom
in the Trinity E.U.B. Church
Hayden and Alder.
The open house will feature
displays of creative projects of
the 20 children age three to five
now in attendance Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday mornings
Visiting children will h« al
lowed to use the sar.d-box.
painting easel, grocery store,
etc. at the school.
Visiting mothers will he in
troduced to the teacher, and
cooperating mothers, and learn
of the activities of a typical
nursery school morning.
“Our open house is planned
so that interested mothers and
their children will get the fee)
of our school”, explains Mrs.
Kenneth Boudreau, president of
the mothers’ group. “In that
way they can best determine
whether enrollment for next
fall would be valuable for their
children, and”, she adds with a
knowing wink, “for the mothers
too!”
The school, sponsored by the
Day Nursery Association of
Cleveland, is non-profit, and
non-denominational.
Its facilities are made possi
ble as a community service of
the Trinity E.U.B. Church. For
further information, contact
Mrs. Thomas Westrick, UL. 1
5687. or Mrs. Edward D.
Goedecke, PO. 1-8058.
Gardners
Saturday
gons, geraniums, plus tomato
and pepers.
Mrs. Kenneth Weitzel, pres
ident, also announced the 218
tulip bulbs planted at Pros
pect School last fall, as part of
the group’s civic project are
in full bud and will no doubt
be in bloom within the next
week or so. The club is plan
ning some spring planting for
summer and fall blooming at
the school.
Republican Gala
Meet Tuesday
The East Cleveland Repub
lican Women’s Club will hold
its May meeting in the home
of Mrs. Margaret Premen, 1837
Idlewood ave., Tuesday eve
ning at 7:45 p. m. All East
Cleveland Republican women
are cordially invited to attend.
Those needing transportation,
call GL. 1-6791.
STYLE SHOW
AND
BAKE SALE
May 24th—8 P.M.
Entertainment
Door Prizes
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Donation 75c
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Ho knows that folks like a
big selection to choose from,
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GL 1*6465
Plenty of FREE Parking
Open Mon., Tues., Thur., Fri.,
9:30 to 8 Sat., 9:30 to 6
Closed Wednesday
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
They Have Rings
On Their Fingers
Crow-Hasek
A bride of Saturday, May
13th was Rose Ann Hasek,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Hasek, 1321 Lakefront,
who was married to John Crow,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Crow, 934 East 131st st., at St.
Philomena Church.
by her
a Chan-
Given in marriage
father, the bride wore
lace gown, white nylon
tilly
veil and carried lilies of the
valley.
Elizabeth Petrosky was maid
of honor and bridesmaids were
Lorri Crow, Pat Murphy, Kathy
Linette Murphy, Nora Eller and
Kathy Koast. They wore white
chiffon dresses and carried red
flowers.
George Hasek was best man
for the bridegroom and ushers
were Bill Melson, Andy Proba
bla, Dale Gainer, Mike Scully,
Bob Koast and John Peck-
Following the reception at
the Croation Home the couple
left for a trip to Florida and
Washington, D.C.
They will reside at 13340
Second ave.
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Doretta Marie Schroeder,
daughter of Mrs. Marie A.
Schroeder, 1765 Elberon ave.,
became the bride of Donald A.
Cirino, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholas Cirino, 25000 Beach
Park ave., Eastlake, on Satur
day, May 6th at St. Philomena
Church. Rev. Donald J. Balogh
officiated at the 11 o’clock
nuptial mass.
Given in marriage by her
father, Mr. William W. Schroe
der, the bride wore a gown of
silk Swiss organza with rose
applique. She wore a crown of
tiny roses and carried roses and
stephanotis.
Lynn Posey attended the
bride and Frank Miklos was the
bridegroom’s attendant.
Following the reception at St.
Michael’s Hall the couple left
for Denver, Colorado.
The couple will reside at 482
East 127th st.
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