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MULBERRY
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2 DANCE BANDS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3rd
Music By
BILL FRANKO
AND HIS BAND
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th
Music By
"THE HARMONAIRS"
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AVE you ever wondered
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We Ming A anc(
Coble-Miller
Mrs. Gladys Coble of 1331
Claiborne ave., announces th
engagement of her daughter
Joyce Patricia Coble, to Mr
Roy A. Miller, of 17710 Eu
did ave.
Miss Coble, a graduate oi
West Technical High School, is
employed as secretary to the
sales promotion manager of
The Austin Co.
Mr. Miller, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Miller of Troy,
Mich., is assistant general au
ditor of The Austin Co. He at
tended Michigan State Univer
sity.
The wedding will take place
on Sept. 23rd at Hillcrest
Baptist Church in Highland
Church in Highland Heights.
Johnson-Roth
The engagement of Joyce
Carol Johnson to Carl J. Roth,
jr., is announced by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Johnson, 1011 East 130th st.
Mr. Roth, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl J. Roth, sr., 370
Bradley rd., Bay Village, at
tended Colorado State Univer
sity.
The couple plans a January
wedding.
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Trask-Zents
Donna Trask, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Trask, 209
Cherry ave., Chardon, is en
gaged to Robert Riley Zents,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Zents of 13608 Beaumont ave.
Miss Trask was graduated
from Chardon High School and
is in the junior year at St.
Luke’s Hospital School of Nurs
ing. Her fiance, a Shaw High
School graduate, is currently
employed at National Pottery
in Bedford Heights.
Bonnie Horan was matron of
honor, and Doretta Cirino, Billie
Crowley, Colette Machnicki and
Jeanne Van Plassendal were
bridesmaids.
Mac Weaver served
The bride and bridegroom are
graduates of Shaw High School.
She was employed at Prudential
Insurance Co., and he is asso
ciated with Sirkin, Inc. i
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Baker-Strack
I First Presbyterian Church
of East Cleveland was the
scene of the wedding when
Minna LaVerne Baker became
the bride of William Carl
Strack. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Franklin Baker, 2119 Reyburn
rd. are the bride’s parents, and
the bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henry
Strack, 2112 Reyburn rd. Dr.
Howard M. Wells officiated at
the 12:30 p. m. ceremony.
The bride was given in mar
riage by her father, and her at
tendants were her sister, Bar
bara Baker, as maid of honor,
and Bennie Booker, Antra Priede
and Carol Whitacre, brides
maids. Carol Darlene Hansche
was flower girl.
the
No date has been set for
wedding.
Machnicki-Parker
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Beverly Diane, daughter of
Mrs. Raymond H. Parker, 1788
Elberon ave., and the late Mr.
Parker, and Stephen Anthony
Machnicki, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Farrell, 1790 Elberon ave.,
were married July 29th. Monsig
nor O’Donnell officiated at the
2 p. m. ceremony in St. Philom
ena’s Church.
Given in marriage by John
Parker, her brother, the bride
wore a gown of Chantilly lace
with long sleeves and chapel
train. Seven scalloped lace tiers
formed the skirt, while sequins
and tiny seed pearls trimmed
the shallow scoop neckline. Her
headpiece was an empress crown
of pearls and aurora crystals,
ending in an elbow length, silk
illusion veil.
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as best
man and James Biss, Anthony
Lucci, Roger Lucci and Robert
Bolaney were ushers.
After a reception at Owen’s
Plantation, 15357 Euclid ave.,
the eouple left on a trip to the
Pocono Mountains. They will
be at home, 471 East 128th st.,
after Aug. 6th.
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BEDS
PIECES OF SUMMER FURNITURE
We must sell these webbed chairs
and chaises, innerspring chaises, nrr Am
foam rubber filled chaises re
gardless of cost! COST
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case bed, chest and dresser. Quality WjC
construction. $498.95 RBB V
1 UNIVERSAL 36" GAS RANGE
Kenneth Strack served as best
man for his brother, and Carl
T. Strack, Ronald Schwartz and
William Welch ushered.
A luncheon in the church par
lors followed the ceremony, aft
er which the couple for a trip
to a Pocono Mountain resort,
New York City and Niagara
Faile. When they return they
will make their home at 1716
East 115th st., apartment 14.
Mr. Strack and his bride are
graduates of Shaw High School.
She attended Wooster College
for two years and is currently
a student at Mather College of
Western Reserve University.
The bridegroom received his
B. S. from Purdue and is now
enrolled at Case Institute of
Technology for a M. S.
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183 DECORATOR STYLED LAMPS
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
Notice is hereby given that
a public hearing will be held
on Tuesday, August 8, 1961 at
7:45 P. M. in the Commission
Room in the East Cleveland
City Hall, 14340 Euclid Avenue
to consider the following:
The East Cleveland City
Commission will consider the
recommendation of the Board
of Zoning Appeals to change
the area requirements of the
property on Doan Avenue,
identified on the County Re
corder’s Map as Permanent
Parcel Nos. 671-7-1 and 671
7-20 from an A-2 area district
to an A-3 area district so as to
permit apartments to be con
structed with an area of 985
square feet per suite. i
C. A. Carran, City Manager
G.T. Apthorp.
Director of Finance
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7 BROYHILL 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SETS
Large 90" couch and chair with A QQ
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6 VINYL COVERED CLOTHES HAMPERS
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