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StwceB/946 aimer*. IM OROMO* SOlOtH MM SHIBLEY Sahara LOUNGE On Route 6 Just West of SOM Center WH. 4-3320 FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th JACK FLAISMAN and His Orchestra SATURDAY, AUOUSY 1Sfh-10 P.M.-2:30 A M. D. J. KENNY BASS and His 5-Pc. Orchestra Fin* Food Drink* A large Dance Area In The Sahara Ream ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY TIRE CLEARANCE SALE Goodyear, Firestone, Mohawk, McCreary, Cooper, Dunlop and many others. Passenger, Truck, Sports Cars, Firsts, Seconds, Take-offs, Recaps, Wheels 70% SAVE up to CARROLL TIRE hutch Self FOLLOW THIS BOY to DISCOUNT PAINT HEADQUARTERS GUARANTEED Need Tires? Buy Now—You'll Never Buy for Less! Must Sell by August 31st—No Trade Needed LOWERS convey your feelings of sympathy to the family in a most beau tiful and thoughtful way. We are very careful in the handling, arrangement and display of your floral offer ings, so that their beauty may be fully appreciated. HOWARD W. EDWARDS 13145 EUCLID AVENUE 311 ■li™ inc. O/to Discount Paint Specials DUTCH BOY NALPLEX The One-Coat Rubber Base Paint Regularly $4.65 54-®® Now PAINT THINNER.............. PURE GUM TURPENTINE Wide Variety of Colors Always In Stock Gal. DISCONTINUED COLORS 75c QT. $2.95 GAL RobertS-Negrelll kt 4^ 'S' St Noble Road Presbyterian Church was the scene of the wedding of Johanna Negrelli and James W. Roberts. Rev. Murray Drysdale officated at the 2:30 p. m. ceremony on Saturday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Negrelli, 6620 Kingswood dr., Mayfield Heights, and Mr. Roberts* par ents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Roberts, 2026 Brunswick rd. Mrs. Paul Scott was matron of honor, and Elizabeth Senicka of Chicago, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen Pas quale, Linda Roberts, and Paula Jean Negrelli. The bridegroom’s attendants were Richard Flickinger of] Middletown, O., best man Jerry Hinkle of Middletown, Robert Fleming of Berea, and Arthur] Rondini. ushers. Mr. Roberts and his bride both graduated from (Oxford) in June 1962. a member of Delta Zeta were Miami She is sorority and his fraternity is Sigma Phi Epsilon. After1 a reception from 4 to 6 p. m. at Pine Ridge Country Club, the couple left on a wed ding trip to the New England States. ARTHRITIS? Write for Medical Research Report No. 12 on PATENT 2,833.276. Box M.A., 814 E. 152nd St. WE SELL FOR LESS SO YOU SAVE DUTCH BOY HOUSE PAINT Reg. $7.00 CASH N CARRY CW 55 NOW 3 DUTCH BOY SATIN EGGSHELL The Oil Base Semi-Gloss Finish Paint Regularly $7.15 Our Discount QQ Price *U,OOGal. DUTCH BOY PORCH AND FLOOR ENAMEL Regularly $7.15 wow 35-50 Qjj DISCOUNT PRICED, in your can 49c DISCOUNT PRICED_____ gal. 1.39 PAN AND PAINT ROLLER SET COMPLETE .... 55- Discount prices on oil painting supplies brushes, drop clothes, paint roller sleeves, etc. J. BERGER WALLPAPER A PAINT CO. 805 East 185th St. 6919 Superior Ave. IV. 1-6250 HE. 1-3659 A King-Morger A bride of Aug. 4th was San dra Jean Morger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vergil E. Morger, 1542 Parkhill rd., who ex changed vows with Thomas Wayne King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. King, 1958 Nelawood rd. Rev. Bruce Reeves officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony in First Presbyterian Church. at at the The bridegroom will be tending Graduate School Indiana University, and newlyweds will reside in Bloom ington, Ind. Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride was attired in a floor length gown of silk or- Aim ME fcYOU by Eleanor Molnar It's true, a woman’s beauty lies in her hair and truly beautiful hair is strong, lustrous and shin ing. Care for your hair: Sham poo it regularly at least once a week, but oftener if necessary. Brush it to stimulate circu lation and have it dressed, not according to the latest style, but to the style that best suits your type ... 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I-196O Located at 13808 St. Clair (Copr. 1962 United Feature* Syndicate) BAST dEVELAND LEADER SPECIAL NOTICE OUR CARD SHOP AND OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY DURING JULY AND AUGUST East Cleveland Leader 814 East 152nd Street Call GL. 1-4383 to Arrange Evening Appointments For Wedding Invitations ganza and Alencon lace with chapel train, and a French il ilusion veil with a crown of lace and seed pearls. Her bou quet was white roses and ste phanotis with an orchid center. MOHAWK TIRES PAY LESS AT CONSUMER TIRE Janice Melton, the sister, was matron of and Carole Masley and Mrs. bride’s honor, Karen All wore ice blue satin organ za street length frocks, and carried white mums and ivy cascades. Gutham, bridesmaids. The bride, a Shaw High School graduate, is a secretary at Proctor and Gamble Com pany. Mr. King was also grad uated from Shaw High School and is an alumnus of Dart mouth College. After a reception in the church parlor, the couple left for the Poconos on a wedding trip. Simmons-Werther Overhead Saves Yoa Money SPECIAL OF THE MONTH SPECIAL UFETJME GMRJINTEE 7.50x14 -6.70x15 ___ $13.66 8.00x14-7.10x15 ____ 14.66 8.50x14-7.60x15 9.00x14- 8.00x15 ___ 9.50x14-8.20x15 ____ ALL TIRES PLUS TAX Bring This Ad and We Will Mount Your Tires For Tour Old Casing Off Your Car CONSUMER TIRE CO 20965 Euclid Ave. at Chardon Road IV. 6-4300 became Werther Joseph Carl Sim- Sue Carol the bride of mons on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in Garfield Memorial Church, Pepper Pike, 0., with Rev. Par sons officiating. The church decorations were candelabras, palms and white bows. The bride ia the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ddin Werther, 2087 Alton rd., and the bride groom’s parent’s are Mrs. Lu cille Ryan of Pomono, Calif., and Mr. Joseph C. Simmons. Salt Lake City, Uath. Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride wore a long white silk organza gown with embroidered rosebuds, train and scoop neck. Her bouquet was phalanopsis orchids, ste phantois and ivy. The bride’s attendants were Mrs. Carl Wrege, matron of honor, Christine, Cheryl ,and Schach, bridesmaids. James McAfee was best man and Dennis Canfield and Carl R. Wrege ushered. The bride attended Ohio Wes leyan University, and was^a duated from Miami University. Oxford. Her sorority is Chi Omega. Mr. Simmons attended Orange Coast Junior College. After a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schach. jr., the couple took a wedding trip to the east and Canada. They will reside in California. Whha Black $15.88 16.88 17.88 18.88 18.88 Werner-Craig Mrs. Anne M. Werner, 1845 Van Buren rd., announces the engagement of her daughter, Dianne Arlene, to Mr. James J. Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crapp, jr., of Fair bank, Pa. Mr. Craig is stationed in. Fort Knox, Ky., with the U. S.| Army. Mr. and Mrs. John Clifford Erickson, 941 Caledonia ave., Cleveland Heights, announce the marriage of their daughter, Karen Ruth, to Larry Kneifel, son of Mrs. Lawrence S. Kneifel, 2363 Atkins ave., Lakewood, and the late Mr. Kneifel. Dr. John Federick Olson, vice chancellor of Syracuse University, of ficated at the 2:30 p. m. cere mony in Epworth Euclid Metho dist Church on Saturday. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white taffeta gown with a round neckline and three quarter sleeves and chapel length train, and lace appliques on the skirt. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis with an orchid and ivy. Her lace cap outlined in pearls held a veil of illusion. Mrs. J. C. Erickson, jr., matron of honor, was attired in a blue organdy frock with white embroidery, and her bou quet was white daises, blue cornflowers and pink rosebuds. Connie Lynne Erickson, flower girl wore a white organdy frock. The best man was John C. Erickson, jr., and Alan M. Singerman, Stanley Kroder of Alexandria, Va., Thomas Doty of Atlanta, Ga., and Robert Swinton, ushered. The bride was graduated from Laurel School, Allegheny College and Frances Payne Bol ton School of Nursing, Western Reserve University, and her sorority is Alpha Xi Delta. Mr. Kneifel is a graduate of Whar ton School of the University of Pennsylvania, received his mas ter’s in business administration from Western Reserve Univer sity. After a trip to Bermuda, the couple will reside at 1081 Fresno dr., Westlake. Graziano-Kaufman is An October 6th wedding planned. Kneifel-Erickson The bride-elect attended Ohio University and is employed by Dr. William E. Chaikin. Mr. Kaufman, a graduate of Collinwood High and the Cleve land Institute of Art, is a dis play and exhibit designer for Harvey G. Stief, Inc. The couple will be married on Oct. 13th at St. Mary’s Church in Conneaut. BUYING NEW CAR? SAVE ON FINANCING AND INSURANCE! 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