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SCIENCE maintain your health. 6—THE RECORD. CHARDON, OHIO, OCTOBER 11, 1951 a Long ago pharmacy was a hedge podge of “magic”, superstition, quackery, and mysticism. Gradually it evolved into an exact and respected science from which all guesswork has been eliminated. We are proud of the profession of pharmacy and of our responsibility in helping your physician THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT IS THE HEART OF OUR DRUG STORE Cromwell "THE DRUG MAN" 59 Years in Pharmacy Main St. Chardon Phone Chardon 5-4981 98c TIRE PUMP 18" hose. Sturdy and de pendable. $1.10 5-Pc. Wrench Set Drop o e carbon steel.WA Jaws set at 15° angle. 5/16 to 8/4.”- Decorative and other apeciAeaUona subject to change without notice. Far advanced new type of V-8 engine! Lightning-fast pick up! Terrific zip on hills! No premium fuel needed! NEWS from CHESTER Bake Sale The Young Adult class of the Chester Baptist church has announced a sale of baked goods at Raybells Farm Mar ket, Mayfield rd., on Saturday Oct. 13 at 1:00 p.m. Resigns Position Mrs. Marilyn Taylor Bur nett, was missed from the Post Offcie windows last week. She has been employed in the Chesterland Post Office for the past six years and resign ed her position as clerk to be, effective on Oct. 1. Her place has been taken by Mrs. Eve-' lyn Keller. Don't Miss "Everybody's Crazy.” The Grange play, "Every body’s Crazy” will be presen ted on Oct. 12 at 8:15 p.m. in the school auditorium. Card Party Oct. 13 is the date of the monthly card party given by the Grange at Parkside Rec reation. Pinochle and Five Hundred will start at 8:30 p. m. Public invited. Study Club The Chester Study Club met on Wednesday evening, Oct. 3 at the home 'of Mrs. Peter Barno. The business session was in charge of the President, Mrs. S. Hayashi. Mrs. Norman Moss introduced the program, the topic of which was "The AUTO NEEDS THAT DARE COMPARISON Regular $1.29 Ball-Bearing AUTO JACK $5.29 Value $3.79 Sturdy, dependable! 1-ton, 9-in. lift. 48-in. folding handle. See and buy today. Regular $1.25 98c Sealed Beam Bulb G.E. For most cars. Hurry. Buy now save! 2-CELL CHROME FLASHLIGHT............. 55c Reg. 75c Unbreakable lens, 2 position switch. Red head. Spare bulb compartment. Buy several at this saving! WESTERN AVW Main St. CHARDON A bargain buy for anyone! 18 months to pay! I Home Owned and Operated by ROLAND OSBORN See .O/itoe it/ Buy it/ AMERICA’S THRIFTIEST HIGH-POWERED CAR /ZOfa.p. Studa6afae/b Extra marvelous! Studebaker Automatic Drive Shifts for itself-no clutch pedal! Extracost—and worth it! PERKINS MOTOR SALES Water St and Munson Rd. Phone Chardon 5-7811 Way of Life in Foods, Cus toms, Culture and Classes of the north, east south and west sections of the United States. Mrs. Roy Eddy discussed the North Mrs. Forrest Bond, the East, Mrs. Lynn Hamilton the South and Mrs. Charles Osbourn, the West. Colonial Pageant The Pagaent, "Wives of Co lonial Presidents” by Mrs. Ho ward Bissell of Peninsula, O.. interspersed with a musical program will be presented ®ct. 13 at 2:00 p.m. at the Chester Baptist church. This is spon sored by the League of Wo men Voters. Mrs. Bissell will sing and Mr. Crawford Wright will render organ music. Sev enteen women will appear in costume. Refreshments will be served following the program. Grange Degree Work Chester Grange No. 2479 went to Newbury Grange on Wednesday evening and ex emplified the Third Degree. As many of the regular of ficers are involved in prepara tion of the Grange play, some of the positions Were filled by others. The following present ed the work,. Master, regular Master Ralph Smith Overseer, Arthur Battles Lecturer, Mrs. Henry Hansen Steward, Frank Pierce Chaplain, Mrs. Milan Pelton Treasurer, Mrs. Clar ence Battles Secretary, Mrs. Arthur Battles Assistant Ste ward, Milan Pelton Gatekeep er, George Parr Ceres, Mrs. George Parr Pomona, Mrs. Kenneth Mapes, Flora, Mrs. George Mapes Lady Assistant, Mrs. Paul Whiting Executive Committee, Murray LaMor eaux, Ralph Taylor, Clarence Battles. Mrs. Frank Pierce was pianist. Assisting in the Har vest March, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes and Mr. and Ed mond Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Yaro Sojka from Chester Grange were among those who took the degrees that evening. Personals Judge and Mrs. Harold Rich mond have returned from a circle trip through the south. They went via Mammoth Cave, Ky, Oak Rdige, Tenn., and to the Great Smoky Mountains. They returned through Ashe ville, N. C., Staunton, Va., and the Skyline Drive. They re port a very pleasant trip but did find the autumn coloring in foliage that they had ex pected. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bat tles drove to Silver Springs, Maryland, on Saturday where they are guests of the Ralph Battles family. The Rev. and Mrs. James M. Boyd and son Jimmie are visiting relatives in Bluefield, West Virginia. Miss Elizabeth Clum of New York Ctiy and Miss Shirley Shirmer of Boston were guests of Miss Alice Kenklc and Mrs. Dorothy Kendle during the nu ptial events of the Titus-Rob inson wedding. Oliver Ruh, who is with the Malleable Steel Company has been transferred to Connecti cut. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Battles and daughter, Diane have mov ed to their newly purchased home in Eastlake. Mrs. Thom as Brown, Mrs. Battles’ mother from Asheville, North Carolina is visiting them. Donald Gould, James and Jack Breen, Fred and Richard Morgan are attending Cathed ral Latin School in Cleveland. Jack Breen is a senior, Fred looks (Uldp€lJomKUlC6 6est8 in gas-saving in Mobilgas Economy Run In the 1951 Mobilgas Economy Run, a Studebaker Commander V-8 led all other competing eights in actual miles per gallon! ..Studebaker overdrive, optional ol extra coat, wot u»ad The Montville Board of Edu cation wishes to announce that due to increase of operating the cost of the school, it is ne cessary to ask for an added three mill levy. The levy is the lowest in the county for an 8-grade school. We trust to see you at election. Signed: Mont ville Board of Education. The P.T.C. met at the school on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 3rd. The president Mrs. Edith Koerner was in charge of the business meeting. The P.T.C. is holding a bake sale on Satur day, October 20th at Hoffman's store, at Montville,’ at 10 a m. Committee on same are Mrs. Helen Brace, Mrs. Mildred Skinner, Mrs. Eleanore More house, Mrs. Edith Koerner and Mrs. Rose Weitzenhof. A card party will be held on Saturday evening Nov. 17th at the school house. The P.T.C. will have a get acquainted tea, at the next meeting Nov. 7th, at 1:15 p.m. All mothers of the Montville school students are invited to attend. The Program Commit tee Mrs. Ouida Warner and Mrs. Eleanore Morehouse presented the following program—a piano duet by David Weitzenhof, and Mrs. Rose Weitzenhof. A clari net solo by Jeannette Sidley, accompanied by Mrs. Ouida Warner. Piano solo, by Bertha Morehouse. Attending were Mrs. Edith Koerner, Mrs. Ruth He mer, Mrs. Daisy Trask, Mrs. Florence Trask, Mrs. Ouida Vyarner, Mrs. Richard Martin, Mrs. Edwina Stone, Mrs. Elea nore Morehouse, Mrs. Helen Brace, Mrs. Alice Nielson, Mrs. Audrey Rowles, Mrs. Dorothy Kleppel, Mrs. Mildred Skinner and Mrs. Rose Weitzenhof. Mrs. Kleppel and Mrs. Rowles served refreshments. Mrs. Agnes Tommer enter tained the Dilly Dally club at her home Wednesday evening. Attending were Mrs. Sadie Stan ley, Mrs. Jean Beardsley, Mrs. Rose Huntoon, Mrs. Edwina Stone, Mrs. Erma Gyetko, Mrs. Grace Burger, Mrs. Helen Brace, Mrs. Ina Stone, the hostess Mrs. Tommer and a new member, Mrs. Marie Humpel. The birth days of Mrs. Ina Stone and Mrs. Rose Huntoon were honored and each presented with a group gift. The evening was spent socially. Mrs. Tommer served refreshments, including a large decorated birthday cake. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gyetko. Nephews and nieces of Miss Hattie Stoltz gathered at her home on Sunday p.m., Sept 30 to help her celebrate her 79th birthday anniversary. The ladies brought baskets of food and a picnic supper was enjoyed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrett of Cleveland, Mrs. Grace Atkin, Dorothy and Jimmie Heath of Geneva, Geo. Stoltz, Mrs. Glenn Stoltz and son Monte, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stoltz and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoltz and two sons of Harpersfield, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Robinson and Mrs. Lynn Atkin of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robinson and child- a Junior, James a sophomore while Donald and Richard are freshmen. Hugh and Jerry Breen are attending St. Gregorys school in South Euclid. Mrs. E. C. Jacobs left on Monday for her home fn Edge water, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes and Miss Nancy Barnes visited relatives last week in BTrnes and Sheffield, Pa. They cal led on the Pratts in Sherman, New York. Miss Nancy Barnes spent the weekend in Youngstown. Pre-School The monthly meeting of the Pre-school group of the P.T. A. was held in the Russell school building on Oct. 4. Miss Bettimae Jones, Art teacher in West Geauga schools an nounced winners. These posters were made by the pupils to announce the Harvest Jam boree, which will be held in Chester school on the evening of Oct. 26. Poster winners in high school, First, Patty Evans: second, Nancy Seufer third Barbara Jones. Grade school, first, Ardean Nelson second, Dean Barball third, Betsy Raymond. Mrs. Charles Chris ty, reporter for the group, sta ted that all school board mem ber candidates were invited to attend the meeting and were asked the follownig question, "Are you willing to support the efforts of the Pre-school P.T.A. to establish and main tain a kindergarten? Five can didates were present. Sam Patterson stated that a kind ergarten could be a valuable asset to a school but there was not enough funds now. He could not support the pro gram until some other school finance problems were worked out. Robert Williams stated that "I am for anything ‘bene ficial to West Geauga schools.” Charles Osbourn, John Traud and Earl Genske stated that they would support the efforts of the P.T.A. but according to Mrs. Christy, qualified their statements somewhat. A panel discussion with John Richmond as moderator, and which included, Supt. P. I. Van Brunt, Supt. Frank Sam uels, Mr. Sidell, Architect, and the members of the present school board of West Geauga District, discussed the building project. Refreshments were served. NEWS from MONTVILLE ren, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Locker, Mrs. Alta Locker and Alta Mae Stoltz of Painesville. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Trask, Mr. and Mrs. Harlyn Stoltz and two sons and Jerry Trask and the honored guest who received many gifts including a purse of money. Mrs. Kate Peters received 101 birthday cards from her many friends, in remembrance of her 80th birthday Saturday, Oct. 6. She also received many gifts. Callers Saturday of Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Georgie Garritt were Mrs. Georgie Walters of Paines ville, Mrs. Lillian Gould and Mrs. Mabel Moore and daugh ter Rose Marie of Chardon, Mrs. Steve Loveland and daughter Judy and Mrs. Herbert Carver of Hambden, and Mrs. C. G. Daniels and Mrs. Lucille Cas selman o fGeneva. Mrs. Peters was a supper guest Saturday night of her son an ddaughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Aral Peters in Chardon, and remained overnight. She wishes to thank all who sent her gifts and cards. The following Boy Scouts Robert Geisman, Hubert Hoff man, Jimmie Nicolet, Donald Wodolan, Charles Walters, Den nis Lafferty, Lyall Huntoon, John Hackney, Ray Rogers, Kenneth Thayler, and Louis Dingers entertained Jeannette Sidley, Sally Phillips, Elsie Moorehouse and Ann Marie Fratoe at a hay ride Saturday evening. They went to Thomp son Ledges where they had a picnic supper. Berton Beards ley drove the tractor and wag on. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hemer visi ted Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rhodes in Chardon Sunday and called on Mrs. Roberts at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dill worth and children of Thomp son spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Loscey. Guests the past week at the Krecji-Ineman home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mazlik and grandson Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reiger, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Halowaty and daughter Jan et and Mr. and Mrs. George Althoff and son Fred all of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and daughters Margaret and Pat, Mrs. Frances Blaha and daughters Cloreen and Judy and son Roger, all of Hambden. Mrs. Thomas Haydler, grand son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ineman, recently spending the summer in Canada, spent Friday and Sat urday at the Kreji Ineman home before leaving for Flor ida. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Krecji Jr. and children spent Sunday a week ago at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Stuart at Mayfield Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stone arrived home Thursday from their Canadian home. They will return in November for the hunting season. Mrs. Alvin Guelzow of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting her sis ter *and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. A .Stapel for several weeks. This is the first time in 16 years Mrs. Guelzow has visited here. Mr. Guelzow spent the weekend at the Stapel home. Mrs. Katie Bacon and Mrs. Hattie Battles visited Miss Ma mie Alvoid Wednesday after noon. Mrs. Bertie Bierly of Geneva was a guest of Mr. and Mrs Merton Beardsley last week and called on many old neighbors and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Berten Beards ley entertained on last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Beardsley of Lyndhurst and Mr. and Mrs. Xlbert Stanley and sons Don ald and Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Beardsley, honor ing the 4th birthday of their daughter Cathy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blanycr re cently entertained honoring the 7th birthday of their son George. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Janota, Mrs. Josephine Johnson, Mrs. Louis Rabas and children, Patty Edeburn, and Joanna, Barbara Richard, An nette Blanyer an dthe honored guest who received many gifts. Mrs. Blanyer served a dinner Robert Johnson was home from Camp Breckenridge, Ky., on a six-day leave. Mrs. Robert Johnson has re turned home after spending some time with her husband at Camp Breckenridge. The Mothers and Daughters club will meet Oct. 17th at the home of Mrs. Emma Daniels in i Rock Creek High st. Mrs. Bertie Bierly of Geneva spent several days the past week i with Mr. and Mrs. Merton Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Beards ley and Mrs. Bierly attended a meeting of the Geauga Histori cal Society in Burton, last Mon day evening. Mrs. Beardsley is one of the directors. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bonnett and so nAlex Jr. of Gates Mills, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Beardsley Mrs. Robert Scheller is as sistant clerk at Hoffman’s Gen eral store in Montville. Mrs. Susan Nichols of Cleve land spent from Friday through to Sunday afternoon with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Koerner. Carol Koerner and sisters, the Misses Florence and Kathryn, ere Sun day guests at the Koerner home. John Skinner of Chardon spent the weekend with his grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skin ner. Mrs. P. W. Walters of Paines ville spent the weekend with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skinner and family. Guests the past week at the Krecji Ineman home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mazlik and grandson Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reiger, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Halowaty apd daughter Jan et and Mr. and Mrs. George Althoff and son Fred, all of Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith and daughters Margaret and Pat, and Mrs. Frances Blaha and daughters Cloreen and Judy and sqn Roger of Hambden. Mrs. Bertie Bierly returned to her home in Geneva Saturday after spending some time with Mrs. Merton Beardsley and call ing on friends and old neigh bors. Mr. Arthur Colbow is employ ed at R. W. Sidley’s in Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krecji, daughter Kathy and son Keith spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krecji in Roy i alton, Ohio, where the Krecji family reunion will be held. Rally Day will be observed at Montville church next Sun day. There will be a special program. The Ladies Aid will meet Thursday for dinner at the Aid parlors. Mrs. Dorothy Baxter is chairman for the dinner. Mrs. Carl Roberts underwent an operation on her leg Friday, at Corey hospital and is doing as well as can be expected. Mrs. Barbara Bench is seri ously ill at her home here. Her daughters, Mrs. Barbara Loscey of Montville and Mrs. Margaret Heil of Cleveland are caring for her. The following relatives from Montville attended the funeral of Diana Byler of Burton, at St. Mary’s church in Chardon Wed nesday. Mrs. Kate Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Keston Peters, Rich ard Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Geisman, Robert Geisman Jr., and Mrs. Emory Skinner. Mrs. C. G. Daniels and Mrs. Ross Casselman of Geneva and Mrs. Bess Thompson of Paines ville and Mrs. Etta Woolf, visit ed Mrs. Grace Stapel and Mrs. Florence Guelzow Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kronk of Madison were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stapel and Mr. and Mrs. Guelzow. GET THE FEEL OF LIVE POWER! Bigger cylinder bore gives 12% more power on every piston stroke. Power-packed valve-in head engine starts in a flash, delivers plenty of smooth power over entire load range. Hambden News Notes Phone Chardon 5-9302 Mrs. Florence Valentine, Miss Francis Spear of Painesville, Mrs. Elsie McDonald of Cleve land and Fred McDonald were at Robert Chamberlain’s recent ly. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kerr of Pittsburgh were weekend guests at Merritt Wedges. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lang meyer of Cleveland were Friday evening guests at Joe. Blaha’s. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wedge were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sperry at Little Mountain Friday evening. Jim Bergo who is living at the Frederick Carvers’ has the whooping cough. The P.T.A. is giving a steak supper and other attractions Oct. 18 at the school. A number of ladies including Mrs. Bernard Campbell, Mrs. Grantham, Mrs. William Eardly, Mrs. William Spear and others attended a study club meeting at St. Mary’s church in Paines ville Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller entertained Mrs. Viola Kennedy, Wednesday, October 17 it’s here! it’s NEW! it’s super! ^^Ufarmall GET THE FEEL OF SUPER-EASY DRIVING! Big-diameter, high leverage steering wheel steers with finger-touch response. New TIP-TOE self-energizing disc brakes insure positive pin point turning. Ask us for a demonstration! Drive the Farmall Super yourself! STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. Everyone Welcome—Free Cider & Donuts ERNEST PARKER FARMA One Mile West of Chardon on Route 6 Come and try this amazing tractor yourself PLOW WITH IT DRIVE IT And look over its many wonderful features. IT’S GREAT! All other models will be on display. Remember there’s no obligation to you. Just come and try this Super C. GEAUGA IMPLEMENT CO. 403 Water bt., Chardon, Ohio Phone 5-7751 News by Hattie King Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Chapman, Plants- Burton Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Nelson, Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Munn, Newbury, at a clam bake at their home Sun day. Mrs. Viola Kennedy is spending some days there. DIVORCE NOTICE Cane Xo. 11079 ARTHUR TAMAS vs IRENE TAM AS IRENE TAMAS, whose place of residence is 131 Geneva Street, St. Catherine, Ontario, Canada otherwise whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice that on September 25th. 1951 the un dersigned filed (his) petition ag ainst (her) in the Court of Com mon Fleas of Geauga County, Ohio, praying for a divorce and relief, on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, extreme cruelty. Said cause will be for hearing on and after the 8th day of Nov. 1951 By John M. Bacon, his Attorney 11622 Buckeye Road, Cleveland 20, Ohio, Tel. Ga. 1-1415 6c45 THOS. 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