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2—THE RECORD, CHARDON, OHIO, OCTOBER 4, 1951
PROBATE COURT
Estate of Clara Fleet, a.k.a.
Clara E. Fleet. Administrator
and appraisers appointed.
Estate of Clara Hull, a.k.a.
Mrs. Clara Hull, schedule of
claims filed.
Estate of Mona M. Benton,
a.k.a. Mona Mary Hodges Ben
ton. Petition for allowance of
claim filed.
Estate of Vera M. Taylor.
Final and distributive account
filed.
Estate of Chas. P. LaRue,!
administrator and appraisers'
appointed.
PARKSIDE
RECREATION, INC.
10 DELUXE
BRUNSWICK LANES
League Bowling
7 to 11 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
Open Bowling
Daily 2 to 7 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. 2 to 11 p.m.
ICE CREAM
Meals Served
Soda Fountain
Open from 10:00 a.m.
io 11:00 p.m.
Ri. 306, 1 Block North of
Ri 322
Chesterland, O., Ph. 500
Geauga
THEATRE
Fri. & Sat. Oct. 5-6
Dead End Kids in—
LET'S GO NAVY
Rod Cameron Audrey Long
CAVALRY SCOUT
In color!
Sun. & Mon. Oct. 7-8
Columbia’s new “true to life”
picture with Beverly Michaels
PICKUP
also—
Lew Ayres Marilyn Maxwell
NEW MEXICO
Filmed in Spectacular Ansco
Color.
Tues. (One night only) Oct. 9
Paul Douglas Joan Bennett
THE GUY WHO
CAME BACK
also—
Johnny Weissmuller
FURY
OF THE CONGO
Wed. & Thurs. Oct. 10-11
Betty Grable-MacDonald Carey
MEET ME
AFTER
THE SHOW
(In Technicolor)
Coming Fri. & Sat. Oct. 12-13
ONE OF THE BIG HIT COME
DIES OF THE YEAR
the C^OLtrthoLt^e
Estate of Elton L. Herst. Will
filed.
Estate of Mary Culver, a.k.a.
Mary D. Culvert, statement in
lieu of and for final account
filed.
ROBERT WALDROP narrates
Estate ot Tur Culver.
Statement in lieu of and for
a final account filed.
Estate of John V. Knuuttila,
a.k.a. John V. Ricker. Final
account filed.
Estate of Joseph S. Valvoda.
Petition to purchase real es
tate by surviving spouse filed.
Estate of Charlotte Prudence
Shaw. Will filed.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Bruna Kwasna. 22, Garrets
ville, to Carole Lucas, 16, Troy
Twp.
Gerald Kindelaar, 22, Leroy
Twp., to Elinor S. Orient, 19,
Hambden.
Irvin C. Mesmer, 18, Au-1
burn Corners, to Janet M.
Hatcher, 20, Auburn Corners.
COMMON PLEAS COURT
New Cases
Walter J. Graham vs Wal
ter R. Graham and Rose Gra
ham, replevin.
Mabie Mitchell vs Georgia
McClain. Money only.
Arthur C. Spear vs the un
known heirs and devisees of
Sherman Logan, deceased.
Quiet title.
Dorothy L. Rodey vs William
M. Rodey, divorce.
Evelyn Kidd Springer vs
Homer E. Springer, divorce.
Rulings
Willard Construction Co. vs
Francis Ginn, dismissed.
Frank Holccky Jr. et al vs
Michael Schmidt, injunction
denied.
Dallas M. Wright vs Indus
trial Commission of Ohio. Cas
dismissed.
Climax Well Drilling Inc.
vs Charles T. McBath et al.
Dismissed.
Robert Roy, minor, et al, vs
Lawrence D. Mathews, dismis
sed.
State of Ohio, vs Leonard
Dine and
Dance
Every Saturday
in the
RoseRoom
ZIEGLER’S
ROADSIDE INN
Rt. 6 2 mi. East of
Montville
Good Fun
Good Exercise
Good Fellowship
Now Organizing
Scratch Leagues
Call for Details
B&V
RECREATION
Cherry and Water sts.
Chardon, O.
OHIO STORY
WTAM
Ok
D,AI-
aMBIiioo
Wroblewski. Found guilty, sen
tenced
ment,
to one year imprison
nine months suspended.
REAL
AUBURN Carl E.
Freda M. Ashley, tract 1,
6 lots 7-8, new building,
acres to Horace Stewart
Andree Goebel, Burton.
ESTATE TRANSFERS
and
sec.
.296
and
TABOR SUB-DIV Mildred
Vajnar, sub-lot 102, .36 acres
to John and Bertha Svoboda,
Cleveland.
John Wunsch, sub-lot 11,
house and garage and .36 acres
to Anna Divic, Cleveland.
Bedresko Horak, sub lot
106, house and .36 acres to
Francis and James Polek, of
Cleveland.
BAINBRIDGE Jack Kap
luck, tract 3, lot 26, with 2.10
acres to Joseph J. Kilroy, of
Cleveland.
Ernest P. and Lois Atkinson,
tract 2, lot 22, .01 acres to Le
ora and Tinker M. Hamilton
Jr., Shaker Hts.
LAKE LUCERNE LAND CO
Marion Pelton Seeley, sub
lot 12-g, with .38 acre to
Fred W. Sr. and Nellie Lowe,
Chagrin Falls.
CHURCH SUB-DIV June
B., Robert L., Howard W., Nor
man L., Lawrence J. and El
eanor M., Robert and Mabel E.
May, lots 14 and 13, with .18
acre each to Resta M. Engle
hardt, Chagrin Falls.
Cleveland.
Ruth H. Hart, lot 11, 12. 13,
with .09, .18, .18 acre to Resta
M. Englehardt, Chagrin Falls.
3
4
J*
Io
Burton TWP John and
Rose Musil, lot 91, .64 acres
to Edwin A. and Nellie Mack,
Cleveland.
John and Rose Musil, lot 91,
.30 acres to Alfred C. Rehberg,
Maple Hts.
John and Rose Musil, lot 91,
22.12 acres to Mike and Violet
Boroto, Burton.
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Room. As proof, the photographer snapped
take an improvised skating lesson.
Miss Greenler appears above at the left.
‘‘High Jinks on Roller Skates.” The young
Geauga county folk are enjoying themselves these days at Peter Frentzos’ Rose
Marilyn Greenler of Chardon preparing to
to Frank and Mary Javorich,
Cleveland.
CHARDON Clarence E.
and Opal A. Richmond, lot 82
11, with house and .33 acre to
Isabelle Carroll, Chardon.
Lavina J. Warner, lot 23-24,
house and barn to .25 acre to
Clara E. Fleet, Chardon.
Mhrjorie Wearsch, lot 129,
.84 acre to Mabel Baker, Char
don.
CHESTER
Howard
Lloyd
Edgar
lot 14|
Gorder,
12 13,
to Ruth
Rest M. Englehardt,
to Frank
Chagrin
with .09,
H. Hart,
and Mae Van
Falls, lot 11,
.18, .18, acre
John K. Luoma,
house and barn
to Hilma Hissa,
BURTON
lot 46-53, with
and 1.19 acres
Burton.
Ada A. Smith,
house and barn
Jay W. and
lot 45-35, with
and .33 acre to William Mein
ke, Burton.
CHARDON TWP Anton
Svete, tract 1, lot 10, 10 acres
and Anna M.
Raymond R.
lot 64, buildings and
to George A. Jr. and
Browske,
50 acres
Eleanor
Fekete,
O. and
lot 42,
Adams,
Huntsburg.
Norma
7.14 acres
Huntsburg.
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Next to her are Jerry and Mary, billed as
man on the right is James Galm of Fairport.
Carl
2.19
and
TWP
sub-lot 3, with
Robert B. Jr.,
A. Minnick,
Whitmer,
acAs to
Florence
land.
Cleve-
and Ethel Bond,
.13 acre to
tract 3, lot 38,
Charles I. Gilbert, Chesterland.
Emily
lot 35,
acres to
beth J.
M. Swogner, tract 3,
new house, and .49
James Ray and Eliza
Steiner, Chesterland,
and Mary
tract 3, lot
Margaret
35, with
to Robert
A. Laws,
Giegel,
house and .51 acres
W. and Geraldine
Chesterland.
TWP Eva
87, house and
acres to Rus
Reed, Hunts­
HUNTSBURG
M. Clemson, lot
barn and 44.37
sell and Helen
burg.
Helen and John Asuma, lot
65, 66, 62, 63, 64, with .07,
.03, .07, .07 acres to Helen G.
Scurlock, Cleveland.
RUSSELL I. R. Martin
Land Co., tract 2, section N.,
lot 4, .98 acre to August and
Rena Buettner,- Cleveland.
B.
to
Groff,
Frank
Bohumil and Rose Fauk
lots 74-67, house, barn garage,
58.40 and 13.68 acres to John
Kumigonis, Columbus
ner,
and
MIDDLEFIELD Nick
Nina S. Massu, lot 32
house, and .15 acres to Ella
J. Moody, Middlefield.
with
MUNSON Ruble and Lu
cy Dayer, lot 2-36, 5 A., to
Nettie Mapes, Chesterland.
NEWBURY TWP —Frederick
D. Loveland, lot 32-33, with
11.50 acres to Lyndhurst Real
ty Co., Burton.
John T. and Gladys L. Bow
en, sublot 8, with 2.30 acres
to Paul and Agnes Krolovic,
Cleveland.
Robert Bunovitz, lot 31, with
house and 4.01 acres to El
mer M. and Margaret M. Da
vis, Chardon, lot 31, with house
3.91 acres to Kenneth J.
and
and
dan
acres to William G. arid Helen
T. Skuski, Chardon.
Saturday, Oct. 6
and continu’nq every two weeks thereafter
9-12 P.M. Mixed Dancing
TheHazens
Dolores N. Hodder, Char
and lot 31, house and 4 18
RELIANCE INVEST, CO
REGULAR
Hambden Dance
“The most delicious
Food in town.”
LIQUOR
BEER
WINE
Chardon A/
FRANK and STEPHANIE, Owners
Open Dally—Sunday, 12 noon until dosing
Phone
55731
and Rose
house and
and Violet
TROY John
Musil, lot 21, with
30 acres to Mike
Borota, Burton.
South Hambden
News by Mrs. H. S. Woodin
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear
of Perry spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Woodin
and family.
The wedding of Frank Po
korny and Elsie Speck took
place at St. Mary’s church
Saturday morning and a re
ception was held at Grady’s
restaurant, many guests at
tended. Congratulations and
best wishes from the neighbor
hood.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hayden
and Jimmie spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs.
Woodin.
Jennie
of San
days of
Mrs. Hill Egleston
dusky spent several
the past week ^visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. H. S. Woodin and son
Seymour and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Boerwinkle and family.
Friday evening they were
per guests there.
Mrs. Allen Harrington
Phone 6-6568 E. Claridon
Sunday, Oct. 7, will be World
Wide Communion Sunday. Rev.
F. C. Lake will take as his text
that day. “This Do in Remem
brance of Me,” Luke, 22nd chap
ter, 19th verse. Preaching ser
i vice at 11:15 o’clock and Sun
day school at 10:30. A welcome
is extended to all.
The Ladies of the United
church met Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. John White.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morley vis
ited Mr. smd Mrs. Alva Morley
of Fredonia, N. Y., several days
recently.
Virginia, daughter of M^. and
Mrs. John Klatka, observed her
third birthday Thursday, Sept.
27, and a group of relatives
were entertained in the eve
ning. About 30 were present.
Virginia received gifts and re
I freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilmot
I of Claridon, were guests Satur
day evening for lunch, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Perry.
Charles Eck of Detroit, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beardsley
over the weekend.
Born recently, a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Mast, at their
I home at Huntsburg Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Stan
ton wore called to Youngstown
Monday, as her father was tak
en to the hospital and in a crit
ical condition.
Lucille Strong was home from
Cleveland over the weekend.
Miss Marguerite Barnes re­
sup-
News by Ina Kimpton
Telephone 3143
The regular October meeting
of the Troy P.T.O. will meet
at the school house on Monday
evening, Oct. 8. Open house
will be held wtih a display of
the pupils work. All parents
and friends are urged to at
tend.
bed
We
Mrs. Jack Arnold s in
recuperating from illness,
wish her a speedy recovery.
Mr. Fred Wells and family
of Akron, Mrs. Homer Mishler
of Garrett, Pa., Mrs. Gladys
Porter and Gerald Slabaugh
of Cleveland spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs.
Brindo.
John
and
Wil
Mrs.
Sunday afternoon, Mr.
Mrs. Terrace Williams of
loughby vsited Mr. and
Ralph Williams.
Wn-
Mr. and Mrs. James
gard visited their daughters
in Madison Friday. One evening
last week they vsited Mr. and
Mrs. W. Henning and
Kirtland.
family of
Hagen of
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Don
Madson visited. Mr.
Henry Boerwinkle and family
Sunday.
Hanslik brothers had their
buck wheat combined Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mit
chell and famly and grandpa
Mitchell and some Cleveland
friends visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Young over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Deloughy
and daughter Mary Lou of
Brecksville and Mr. and Mrs.
L. Krisman and son Kenneth
and Dale of Berea visited M.r
and Mrs. Steve Devoky Sun
day.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE
REPUBLICAN-RECORD
-WMWC
LIQUOR BEER
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dietrich
have moved into their new
home on Mumford Road.
George Helgren from Ply
mouth, Mich., was a Sunday
visitor in the home of his aunt,
Mrs. Victor Mattson.
The East Ladies Aid Group I
met at the home of Mrs. Lor
etta Rzestorski on last Thurs
day evening.
Jannette Mescall is attending
Kent State University.
Stewart Hoover, Robert Kil
mer, and Myron Kimpton have
returned to Columbus to at
tend Ohio State University.
Robert Blair from Middle
field has leased the Sohio Fil
ling Station formerly operated
by Mrs. Helen Pursch, and will
take possession on Monday,
Oct. 1st.
Lonnie Boggs, who has lived
with Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Hoover during the past summer
was married to Geraldine Rit
er from Novelty last Saturday.
They will make their home in
Cleveland.
Daisy Pendelton, resident at
Pope Home, is on a two weeks
visit in the home of her daugh
ter in Ashtabula.
Charles Carmitchel, from
Lake Aquilla, wejs admitted to
Pope Home on Friday, Sept.
28. He is reported in Critical
condition at the present tme.
Frank Tintee, a resident of
Pope Home for the past six
months has been taken to the
County Home in Claridon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Teachout
fronj Painesville have been
visiting in the home of her
"David and Bathsheba"
Show at Lake Theatre
The epic production “David
and Bathsheba” co starring
Gregory Peck and Susan Hay-
ward and filmed in technicolor
is now definitely set to open
Sunday ,Oct. 14, at the Lake
thatre in Painesville, where its
forthcoming engagement has
been a matter of top interest
to filmgoers for some weeks.
I
Dancing Every Saturday Njte
To The Mapleland Trio
Chicken Steak Spaghetti our specialty
Fish Dinners Every Friday
MOON GLOW TAVERN
Route 87, 2 miles West of 44
NEWS from HUNTSBURG
turned Monday to her work at
the Clerk’s office in Chardon.
Paul Gross, who is employed
at the Wright Air Field in bay
ton, visited his family here over
the weekend.
Mrs. Elmo Rhodes visited Mrs.
Grace Smith at her home in
Chardon Saturday evening. Mrs.
Smith is reported much im
proved.
Stuart Rhodes has returned
from a fishing trip to Canada.
Anson Rhodes and family vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Rhodes in Windsor, Sun
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harring
ton of Middlefield, were dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Harington. Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Walters of Thompson,
were also guests in the after
noon.
Raymund Rhodes and family
of Mesopotamia, visited her
brother, Simon Rhodes and fam
ily, Sunday evening.
Monday, Oct. 8. will be “Boos
ter Nite” at the Huntsburg
Grange. It will be an open
meeting and refreshments servd
e. Huntsburg Grange received
the Traveling block from Ches
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. Einar Waage
1 entertained several relatives
from Ravenna and Cleveland,
Sunday. During the afternoon
moving pictures taken in Nor
way, were shown. The pictures
included i ct u e s of Mrs.
Waage’s brother and his home,
other relatives, and different
scenes in Norway.
NEWS from TROY
sister Mrs. Newton Baptie. Last
Thursday they left for Brand
ton where they will make their
home.
Rev. Has Allison will make
his home in the upstairs ap
artment of the W. W. Bartho
mew house in the near future.
Jennie Ely, mother of Geo.
Ely of Troy, passed away last
week. She is survived by seven
children, one sister, grand
children and great grandchil
dren. Burial was in Middle
field cemetery, Saturday, Sept.
29 at 2 p.m.
Mrs. May Owen, mother of
TVlrs. Pauline Hurd celebrated
her 82nd birthday on Saturday,
Sept. 29. Sunday about 30
friends and relatives called on
her at the’ home of her daugh
ter, with whom she is staying
at the present time.
Officers for the coming year
in the Sunday school were el
ected on Sunday and will take
office next Sunday. Those el
ected were: Assistant Superin
tendent, Lois Ann Whitkrtn
Secretary, Jean Ann Kayser
Assistant Secretary, Mary El
len Kimpton Treasurer, Mich
ael Gililand Libraran, Beverly
Hatcher Assistant Libraran,
Jo Ann Kayser Pianoist, Ruth
Kimpton Assist Pianoist, Phy
liss Jahn Choirster, Lucille
Chapman and Missonary Supt.
Pauline Hurd.
There will be a meeting of
the teachers and officers of
the Sunday school at the home
of,Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hoover
on Monday evening, Oct. 8.
TAXI
^^^"Service!
Gene's Cab Service
Phone Chardon 6-1041
ENJOY hlFE
JhGii Lite
BEER
The Hottest Music in Geauga
Friday Nights
Ronny Son and
his Musical
Troubadors
Fish Fry and
Vk Shrimp
Friday Nights
WTivM fl Saturday Night
/ft 11WA Dancing to
“lV\
pucl?,ye
Ramblers
MIDWAY INN
Rt. 44 Bet. 322 87 Newbury 817
Thurs. Oct. 4
Diana Lynn and Spencer
Tracy in
"PEOPLE AGAINST
__________________ O’HARA"
Fri. Sat. Oct. 5 5
Jon Hall and Marie Windsor
in
"HURRICANE ISLAND"
(color), also Bowery Boys in
LET’S GO NAVY"
Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Oct. 7-8-9
Paul Douglas & Janet Leigh
in
’ANGEL IN THE OUTFIELD’
WecL-Thurs. Oct. 10-11
"FORCE OF ARMS"
Starring William Holden and
Nancy Olson
Mr. and Mrs. William Iwrin
and Mrs. Florence Anderson of
Cleveland, visited John White
and family and other relatives
here Sunday.
Walter Tucker and family of
Sylvania recently visited rela
tives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stanton vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Judd
in Harpersfield, Thursday.
Roller Skate
open every evening
8 10:30
Sat. night late skate
11 1 A. M.
A wonderful place to bring
your children Saturday
and Sunday afternoon
Chardon
RollerRink
Cherry and Water St.
Here
is
THE FLAMING STORY
OF THE MOST
FORBIDDEN
OF GREAT
LOVES!
SOON
2O'h Century Fox
bring? you
(Davip
AND
JjATHSHEBA
captured in Color by
Technicolor
PeckHaywardSUSAN*GREGORY
RAYMOND MASSEY-KIERON MOORE
and a caM'c* rr-any ♦housanos
Produced *)y
DARRYL F. ZANUCK
°T HENRY KING
‘Of Ite SCT|?€: X?
You are there...as Goliath
hurls his challenge...as David
fells the mighty Philistine,
turning his armies into flight.
You are part of the powerful
story of the Lion of Judah,
defying the wrath of
his people who came to
Bathsheba crying-
stone
*GIVE US THE
ADULTERESS*
The Premier Showing of
Northeast Ohio
LAKE
Theatre
Painesville
Sunday Monday
Tuesday
October 14-15-16
PAINESVILLE THEATRES
PARK
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Oct. 4-5-6
Bing 'Crosby & Jane Wyman
in
'HERE COMES THE GROOM’
Sun. Thru Wed. Oct. 7-8-9-10
'HERE COMES THE GROOM'
(Continued)
Thurs. Oct. 11
Boris Karloff in
"THE BRAIN SNATCHER"
and Claude Rains in
"THE EVIL MIND"
Mentor Drive-in
"BREAKING POINT"
John Garfield and Patricia
Neal also Roy Rogers
in
"SUNSET IN THE WEST"
(Color)

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