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Water Street Chardon 2—THE RECORD, CHARDON, OHIO, OCTOBER 11, 1951 Estate of Joseph Montvicka. Final and distributive account 1/ 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. Parkside ICE CREAM Meals Served Soda Fountain Open from 10:00 a.m. io 11:00 p.m. Rt. 306. 1 Block North of Rt 322 Chesterland, O., Ph. 500 ottfe filed. Estate of Ruth E. Brichford schedule of claims filed. Estate of George S. Brich ford. Schedule of claims filed Estate of Anton Masi. Sched ule of claims filed. Estate of Fred Bauer. Inven Petition to sell per- Estate of tory filed, sonal property filed. Estate of Mary D. Biglow. Application for releasing estate Dine and Dance Every Saturday in the Rose Room ZIEGLER’S ROADSIDE INN Rt. 6 2 mi. East of MontviUe “The most delicious Food in town.” LIQUOR BEER WINE FRANK and STEPHANIE, Owners Open Daily—Sunday, 12 noon until closing LIQUOR BEER WINE Dancing Every Saturday Nite To The Mapleland Trio Chicken Steak Spaghetti our specialty Fish Dinners Every Friday MOON GLOW TAVERN Route 87, 2 miles West of 44 Phone 55731 BUDGET TEST A MERCURY FOR PROOF OF VALUE earth first price? Mercury s price tag you can understand— a big dollar's worth for every dollar invested. Will you bo sure of good gasoline mileage? Mercury has continually proved ?-U/AY its more- miles-per-gallon by winning offi cially sponsored economy tests. cholc. I. d.p.ndobl. from administration. Estate of Elizabeth Barna. Ad minstrator and appraisers ap pointed. Archie claims Nora of of of Estate Schedule Estate filed. Estate of Mary D. Biglow. Will admitted to record. Carl C. Bradley. Will filed, probate and Estate of Will filed. C. Stone, filed. Giles. Will Laine, a.k.a. Estate of Edward Ed Laine, a.k.a. Edward Lane, a.k.a. Ed Lane. Administratrix and appraisers appointed. In the matter of the trust created by Item 5 of the will of C. F. Sangenbacher, deceased. First partial account filed. George S. Brich and final account ford. First filed. Estate of First and final account filed. Ruth E. Brichford. MARRIAGE LICENSES Bernard G. Almstead 40, Parkman, to Dorothy R. Kilby, 32, Burton. John B. Tretheway 21. Au burn, to Claudette .Jean Bairt 17, Auburn. REAL ESTAT ETRANSFERS BAINBRIDGE TWP.—Free da Kreji Stetinmetz tract 1. lot 25, comm, garage .49 a to Rob ert and Carrie Mancini, Novelty. Bert E. and Eugene A. a.k.a. Bertrand Eugene and Eugene Arnold Lillie tract 1. lot 44, 1 a. to Bert E. Lillie Sr. Chagrin Falls. Clarence G. Wing tract 1, lot 48, 39, sublot 14-15, house, barn, Moncreif, 6.08 a., 5.77 a, 25 a. .25 a. tn Donald and Elizabeth R. Whyte, Chagrin Falls, O. BURTON TWP. John and Rose Musil, lot 91, 22.12 a., ,57a to Ernie J. and Oralce Herst, Burton. Bond BURTON VIL. Roy I. and Dorothy T. Shelton, sublots 5, 6, 7, 8, 1.11 1.11 a., 1.24 a., to Wicks. 36-31 lot a., 1.11 a. Marion Tompkins 181 a. Lyle E. and Cleo I. lot 46-61, house, barn, to Anna E. Burton, Burton. ENJOY LIFE High Life BEER HERE'S OUK ha^st^ r/me wink Veteran s Beverage Store 405 Water St. Chardon 5-5661 IM EvEkv MILE! .................. ■......... IN EVER/ INCH! Is It famous for long life? It is indeed! 92% of di Mercurys ever built for use in this country ore still on the road, according to latest annual official regis tration figures. Will upkeep stay low? You save money year after year. Mercury’s famous stamina keeps repair bills at a rock-bottom low. CHOICE For "the driv. of your life!" Mercury offer, you a •moodier more efficient automatic trarummion—or thrifty Touch O Matic uver McBRIDE FORD MERCURY Sales & Service itMMi CHARDON TWP. Adam Schwed tract 1, lot 5, house, barn, 60 a., to James Erie Mar shall, Burton. Bertha B. Peele, tract 2-3, lots 13-14-15, 149 a, 2 houses, barn, garage, 75 a, 6a, 86.5 a, 48.5 a, 35 a., to Betty de Zahara, Char don. CHARDON VIL.—W. E. Al lyn, lot 114, .37a., to Wade W. and Molly Canfield, Chardon. Chardon Savings Bank Co. tract 3, lots 25-26-27^28, bank 22 ft. front, to Marjorie Wearsch Chardon. CHESTER Richard N. and Dorothy Giles, tract 3, lot 8, 5.25 a., to Henry J. and Esther V Nelson, Chesterland. Geo. S. Brichford, tract 1, lot 5. 6, 7, 15, 16, 2 houses, 2 barns, 119.25 a., to Clarence E. Brich ford. Chesterland. Ruth Brichford, same to same. Nellie A. Wicks, tract 3, lot 34, house, .49 a., to Robert and Marjory C. Morse, Chester land. L. M. Thomas, tract 1, lot 8-9, house, 2 barns, 172.03 a., to D. L. Johnson, Cleveland 14, O. AQUILLA VIL. William Eging, sublots 87-c, 88-c, 89-c,v .07 a., to Ann E. Eging, Char-*, bridge Community church, don. MIDDLEFIELD TWP. Mrs. I Sarah Hochstettler, lot 27, house M. Hopkins Johnson, barn, 2.39 a., to Emma M. Far rell, Alta M. Brown, John M. Mullet Albert M. Mullet, Cleve land. MIDDLEFIELD VIL.—Irene B. Petrik, lot 29, house, barn, .39 a., to Norine D. Smith, Mid dlefield. MUNSON TWP. William E. and Marian Brown, 27 lot, house. 4.01 a., to Kenneth W. and Susie Dezendorf. Chardon. KIWANIS LAKE. Virginia L. Knust, sublot 192-2, cottage, .07 a., to George H. and Gay Marie Moten. Novelty. PUNDERSON LAKE ALLT. Louise Fischer, sublots 233-2, .18 a., to Blanche L. Shea, Euc lid, O. RUSSELL—Marsha Hemann, tract 3, lot 11, la, to George and Fred Graham, Cleveland RUSSELL TWP. Ruth Ob er, sublot 253-3, .31 a., to Thom as A. and Valida S. Stanton, Mantua, O. RIVERSIDE ESTATES C. W. Scott, sublot 37, south half 2.50 a., to Donald E. and Betty Jane Kramer, Chagrin Falls, O. Marion L. McMahon, lot 30, 31, .56 a., 1.90 a., to Joseph and Ann Wildman, Chagrin Falls, O. CHAGRIN HEIGHTS SUB DIV. Lyndall Hughes’ sublots 105-2, 106-2, .25 a., 12 a., to Clarence C. and Julia Hunt, Chagrin Falls, O. John G. Barriball, sublots 58 2, .30 a., to August S. and Ma tilda Tallion, Cleveland. COMMON PLEAS COURT Arthur Tamas, Huntsburg, vs. Irene Tamas. Divorce. Myrtle Thomas Mervin vs. Joe L. Hamilton. Cognovit note. The City Loan & pavings Co. vs. Wilbert L. Campbell. Cog novit note. Kirchner Flowers, Inc., Cleve land, vs. Bestone, Inc. Replevin. Jessie Kynkor, Chagrin Falls, vs. Joseph Kynkor, Cleveland, Divorce. A. R. Evans, vs. Henry S. Hos tetler. Cognovit note. COURT RULINGS Charles F. Coe, vs. Leonard Eugene Coe. Charles Canfield appointed Guardian Ad Litem BROTHERS of said minor defendant. Gladys P. Brooks, vs. Alfred Brooks. Temporary restraining order allowed. Evelyn Kidd Springer, vs. Ho mer E. Springer. Temporary restraining order allowed. Peter Boros vs. Joseph Dom by. The subject of the within actiftn having been fully deter mined and disposed of under order entered in case No. 11051, the within action is dismissed at plaintiff's costs replevin bond released and discharged. Mar bond Joseph F. Lockhard vs. garct Lockhard. Appeal fixed in sum of $50.00. Elizabeth Johnson et al, vs. Jo seph Domby, et al. Specific set tlement ordered. Paula T. Sigmund vs. John F. and Theresa Hasznos. Previ ous judgment set aside and Ed ward F. Sigmund substituted for Paula T. Sigmund as the true plaintiff. Joe Lativa vs. William E. and Elsa Holland. Judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of 529.20. Plaintiff s petition dismissed against de fendant Elsa Holland. Re. Trustees of the Bain Re- i lief granted Robert E. granted for duty. Evelyn Kidd Springer vs. Ho mer E. Springer. Motion for tem porary support heard and de termined. Temporary alimony allowed. Mary Lou Riggs, vs. Charles Kenneth Riggs, porary support termined. Edith M. Brown appointed deputy in the Clerk of Courts office effective Oct. 1, 1951. Maude Beech appointed a deputy in the recorder’s office by H. D. Hollenbeck, Recorder. Arlene Nash Thrasher, a min or, vs. Donnie Ford Thrasher. Temporary alimony allowed. Robert E. Johnson vs. Edna M. Hopkins Johnson. Divorce granted. Myrtle Thomas Merwin, vs. Joe L. Hamilton. Judgement granted in favor of plaintiff. The City Loan and Savings Co., vs. Wilbert L. Campbell and Martha Campbell. Judgment in favor of the plaintiff. Clarence F. Coe, vs. Leonard Eugene Coe. Ordered, adjudged and decreed that portion of said premises be made in proportion as designated. H. C. Bickle, E. E. Johnson Jr., and Ward Mc Donald, three judicious disinter ested freeholders of the vicinity, are appointed commisioners for that purpose to set off co-tenants hereinabove tioned, their proportions estate in severally and proceedings, and make due re turns. tetler. $266.22 costs. ftOAD A MERCURY FOP PROOF OF PERFORMANCE You’ll know what real power plus means the first moment you ease a new Mercury out onto the highway. Mercury adds up. There’s read-your-mind handling, foam-rubber comfort, sure-fire pickup from the V-8 "Hi-Power Compression" engine. There’s everything you’ve ever wanted in a car—plus a lot of things you’ve never thought of. Try a few miles in a Mercury tomorrow. Standard .quipm.nt, acc.woriw, and trim illwtrat.d are .ubject to chan8e rithovt notice. MAKE THE mEREURY 2-WAV TEST R)R THE W OF VtXJR. E. Park St., Chardon Subscribe .... and Save! UFe!’ HUNTSBURG Mrs. Allen Harrington 66568 E. Claridon Mrs. M. D. Spurrier accom panied by the 4-H Club girls: Mary Texter, Lucille Strong and Mary Jane Spurrier .atten ded the 4-H banquet at Union ville Tavern Thursday evening. Mrs. Jack Mansfield and baby girl Patritia Ann have returned from Huron Rd. home here. and and as prayed. Johnson vs. Edna Divorce gross neglect of Motion lor tern heard and de- Thrasher, vs. Motion heard Arlene Nash Donnie Ford Thrasher, for temporary support and determined. Arthur S. Armstrong, vs. Jean Armstrong. Divorce granted plaintiff, also custody and con trol of two minor children. Ali mony allowed defendant. Hospital to her Mr. and Mrs. and children of James Perrine Greenfield Pa., Erwin Per visited his father rine Sunday. Friends of Mrs. were sorry to hear accident, and hope plete recovery. Carl Roberts of her recent for her com- Mrs. John Dubos of Windsor recently visited Mrs. Williams and family. Joe Hummel Jr. from Fort Knox, Sunday. to said men of said of his Edward Andrew Moss, a min or, et al vs. The Continental Baking Co. Dismissed without prejudice at plaintiff’s costs. Evans, vs. Henry S. Hos Plaintiff to recover plus interest and court A. R. Elton Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hubbard visited their Adam Kasich Chesterland. daughter Mrs. and family in W. Horton of Middlefield his brother Fred Horton wife of Alexandria, Va., recently visited Mr. Frank B. and Mr Adams. Mark Randall Hutter and a from St. Mary’s Church Mrs. J. C. ladies Mrs. and group of were at Alpine Village recently and were on television. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stanton observed their 37th wedding anniversary Oct. 1st and enter tained their family for 6 o'clock dinner. It was anniversary of Calvin Stanton. also the 2nd Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perry Mr. and Mrs. were Mary friend visietd Kazsuk. in Painesville Thursday. Jean of her Jingleman and Cleveland recently grandmother Mrs. of Cleveland spent last week at Tom Dick the several days home of Paul Adams. Playton Morley who is tioned at Norfolk, home over Sunday. sta was Va., was Ky. home over Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zieglar, I Mrs. Kasper Hofstetter and Mrs. Neil Hofstetter were in Middle-j RESTFUL LAKE THEATRE Mrs. Charles Kraus Newbury 864 College students of Restful Lake who have left for year are: Bill Pekarek a Junior at Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine left for the campus the weekend of September 30. After complet ing his basic training in the R. O. T. C. he is taking ad vanced training. Kraus Jr. a 1951 Chuck graduate of Newbury School entered Athens to study Architectural Engineering and Design, sport activities and favorite sport is left for Ohio U. 17, 1951. Chuck R. O. T. C. Ohio University at Kareen Soplata is enrolled at Kent State University to study Journalism and Music. She plays the violin and had several of her poems published while attending Newbury High School from which she gradu ated in 1950. Kareen left for the campus the weekend of September 16. About 30 guests were present. John D. Murray is attending Marshall Law School in Cleve land after graduating in June from Bowling Green State Uni versity where he majored in Business Administration. His home is with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus. The Hottest Music in Geauga Fish Fray 75c Shrimp Dinner $1 Dancing every Saturday night to the Buckeye Ramblers MIDWAY INN Rt. 44 Bet. 322 87 Newbu-v 817 Good Fun Good Exercise GoodFellowship Now Organizing Scratch Leagues Call for Details B&V RECREATION Cherry and Wafer sis. Chardon, O. field to attend the 25th wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. home of C. W. Harrington. the Owen Halstead at Mrs. A. L. Smith and infant son George have returned from Corey's Hospital to their home in N. Huntsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Visser of Detroit visited relatives here over Sunday. William Spurrier is attendinj Ohio S at e University Columbus. Stanley Stance and son Tommy of Cleveland visited his mother here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kaspar Hof stetter entertained their family for dinner Sunday. Pvt. Neil Hofstetter of Fort Meade, N. J. and his bride of a few weeks, also, Loren Hofstetter and Maxine Tucker of Middlefield. Mrs. Lucy, Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zieglar and the Roller Skate or Fun Young and old alike can enjoy the fun of skating. Bring the entire family for a wonderful time. Evenings 8-10:30 (Jhardon RollerRink Cherry and Water St. Geauga TMFATPF Tues. (One night only) Oct. 16 Preston Foster, Wayne Morris THE BIG GUSHER —also Florence Marly, Fobert Peyton* FATHER TAKES TO THE AIR Wed. & Thurs. Oct. 17-18 Here is Douglas’ with orchestra. His basketball. He on September is enrolled in --------------------f---------- Sun. & Mon., 0ct14-15 Geauga Thurs. Oct. 11 William Holden and Nancy Olson in "FORCE OF ARMS” Fri. Sat. Oct. 12-13 Johnny Weissmuller in "FURY OF THE CONGO" and Ricardo Montalban with Cyd Charisse in "Mark of the Renegade" Sun-Mon.-Tues. Oct. 14-15-16 'DAVID AND BATHSHEBA' Starring Gregory Peck with Susan Hayward Wed.-ThUrs. Oct. 17-18 Van Heflin with Eveleyn Keyes in "THE PROWLER'' Janis Page and Robert Alda "TWO GALS AND A,GUY" children who live at home, who are Janet. Kaspar, Wanda. Dan and Don were all present. Mrs. Frank Adams recently entertained her brother Lyle Ward and wife of Clyde, Ohio. Slayer o£ Goliath- For This Woman You Have Broken God's Own Commandment!" i Jhe Lion of Judah, conqueror of the Philistines, saw Bathsheba bathing her self, and he sent for her! And in this moment was born the fire and tempest of the world's most forbidden love! Soon...20th Century- Fox brings you )avii BathshebaANI■A. Technicolor GREGORY PECK SUSAN HAYWARD Showing another one of Kirk great starring roles— Jan Sterling in— THE BIG CARNIVAL Movie Gift Stamps are free with your purchases hundreds are using them now. SUNDAY Monday and Tuesday LAKE Theatre Painesville Sunday Matinee 75c Til 6 p.m. Evenings $1.00 Including Tax Children 50c All Times Fri. & Sat, Oct. 12-13 Geauga Theatre AUGHAMlNUTEf k.MlHW soy and Co-ttarnnf RUTH HUSSEY MABON MARSHALL fflUV BERGEH mm sahdek dm Mckik IMIUMW MIMntHlUWF by HAL WALKER •AfMCMf* Producer, Story Sctwenpby w xcmmd -A ftrnmount Picture Theatre Rf’ch.Younq PreHY _Jane Danielle H^fexlell Fernando and introducing VIC POWELL DARR1EUX* COREY* LAMAS DAMOA'E PAINESVILLE THEATRES LAKE PARK Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Oct. 11-12-13 Boris Karloff in "THE BRAIN SNATCHER" and Claude Rains in "THE EVIL MIND" Sun. Thru Wed. Oct. 14-17 Lew Ayres with Marilyn Mexwell in "NEW MEXICO" also Preston Foster and Wayne Morris "The Tougher They Come" Thurs. Oct. 18 Robert Mitchum and Jaine Russel in "HIS KIND OF WOMAN" Mentor Drive-in Sun. Oct. 14 "UNDER THE GUN" "DALLAS"