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2—THE RECORD, CHARDON, OHIO, OCTOBER 18, 1951
at the ^oarthouAe
PROBATE COURT
Estate of Carl B. Wicks.
Applications for release of es
tate from administration filed.
Application for transfer of real
estate filed.
Estate of Nellie B. Miller.
Will filed.
Enjoy Skating at our
Sweetest Day Party
You’ll have a wonderful
time. A lovely Favor giv
en to your “Sweetest.”
At our Sai. Night Party
8-10:30
LATE SKATE
11 1 a. m.
(Jhardon
RollerRink
Cherry and Water St.
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
Rt. 322
Chesterland, O., Ph. 500
Water
Street
Chardon
I
Sunday T)
Estate of Charlotte Prudence
Shaw. Will admitted to pro
bate and record.
In the matter of the guard
ianship of Jean Mitchell and
Donald Mitchell, minors. Inven
tory filed.
Estate of Elizabeth Sandberg,
a. k. a. Mrs. Elizabeth Sand
berg. Election of surviving
spouse filed. z
Estate of Nora E. Brewster.
Election of surviving spouse
filed.
Estate of Della Leggett,
a. k. a. Della B. Leggett. Peti
tion for distribution of assets
in kind filed.
Estate of Elizabeth Barna.
Inventory and appraisement
filed.
Estate of Ethel Jones Camp
bell, a. k. a. Ethel J. Campbell.
Inventory and appraisement
filed.
Estate of William R. Sawyer.
Schedule of claims filed.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
BURTON TWP.—Joseph and
Catherine Adamic lot 62, house,
barn, 53.75 A. to Robert and
June Adamic, Burton.
FOREST & SYLVAN LAKE
—Frank Batary, lot 155-157,
32-33-34, 156.10 A. to Frank
and Gizella Nemeth, Cleveland.
CHARDON TWP. Lottie
Mummery lot 157, 23 A. to
Elwell R. and Hazel M. Ernst,
Chardon.
Betty Hinds, tract 3, lot 157,
garage, 10 A. to Doris Fen
stermaker, Chardon.
CHARDON VILLAGE— Jos
1 eph & Helen Wzoniak, lot 100,
121, 135, 4.25 A. to The Press
and Plate Co., Cleveland.
CHESTER TWP. Glenn
Evan and Evelyn Ruth Ripley,
tract 1, lot 5, house, garage,
2.13 A. to Edward Balzer,
Chesterland.
HAMBDEN TWP. James
and Josephine Robich, lot 20,
house, barn, buildings, 15 A.
to Peter and Margaret Yur
chak, Chardon.
HUNTSBURG TWP. Ger
ald Wearsch, lot 32, 49, 52,
house, barn, mill, 104.69 A., 153
A., 3.75 A. to William H. and
Wilma S. Wright, Avon Lake.
MONTVILLE TWP. Ed
ward and Emma Collins, lot 2,
house, building, 6 A. to Lewis
F. and Bertha E. Schwentner,
Mentor, O.
BASS LAKE INVESTMENT
Dine QL fleDance
i jLfys, Every
Saturday
I” an
Atmosphere of
Fun 8C Laughter
ROSE ROOM
ZIEGLER’S
ROADSIDE INN
Rt. 6 2 mi East of
Montville
“The most delicious
Food in town.”
LIQUOR
BEER
WINE
FRANK and STEPHANIE. Owners
Open Daily—Sunday. 12 noon until closing
Phone
55731
at the
Mentor Ave. Ph. 5-5591 Mentor, O.
OWNED AND OPERATED RY
PETE FRENTZOS
SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY, OCTOBER 20
Don and June King
Will amaze ycu with their
‘UNIQUE FEETof BALANCE’
A W’re Walking Act that had Audiences
Spellbound during their recent engagement
in Pittsburgh.
inners
Served 11
Phone for Reservations
12-9 p. m.
No Cover Charge
CO. Margaret Stuart, sub
lot 66, .25 A. to Bass Lake
Comm. Inc., Columbus, O.
KIWANIS REALTY CO.
ALLOT. Arthur Luempert,
lot 317-2, .07 A. to Charles
K. and Marie B. Gudat,
Cleveland.
Mona Jacket, sublot 581-2,
.07 A. to Viola Schaulin and
Mae B. Yates, Cleveland.
RUSSELL TWP. J. R. Mar
tin Land Co., tract 2, Sec. N.
lot 4, .96 A. to Paul and
Elizabeth Kokay, Chagrin Falls.
Elmer T. Elbrecht and John
E. Forrester, tract 1, Sec 4,
sublot 51, 1.24 A. to Virgil M.
Cluts, Novelty.
THOMPSON TWP. Frank
and Lillian M. Bumgardner, lot
112, house, 1.50 A., .30 A., 10
A. 6.32 A. to Gerald J. and
Anna F. Plescher, Cleveland.
RULINGS
Dorothy Marie Bartos vs.
William Bartos. Divorce granted
on grounds of extreme cruelty
and matters relating to custody,
support and distribution of pro
perty are reserved for decision.
Mary Lou Riggs vs. Charles
Kenneth Riggs. Plaintiff award
ed care, custody and control of
the minor child of the parties
and funds for her support and
the support of the minor child
and attorney fees for the pro
secution of this action, pending
this litigation.
Frank W. Holicky Jr. and
Clara R. Holicky vs. Michael
Schmidt. Judgment is rendered
in favor of the defendant.
Bainbridge trustees permitted
to transfer $2,000 from the
General fund to the Road and
Bridge Fund of said township.
Thurman Swift vs. Joe Yauko
et al. Settled and dismissed
at defendant’s costs, no record.
Anna Bayzath vs. Martin
Bayzath. Motion for clarification
of visitation schedule heard and
decided.
Bessie Vondrosek vs. Clarence
Vondrasek. Contempt hearing
set for Oct. 19, with Bond set
at $1,000.
Corene Roth vs. Albert
Chiodi et al. Dismissed without
prejudince at plaintiff’s costs.
NEW CASES
In the matter of the Trustees
of Munson Township. Transfer
of funds.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Edward L. Milota 57, Cleve
land, to Edna M. Johnson 42,
Burton.
Ronald E. Wantz 18, Novelty,
to Gloria L. Dines 17, Novelty.
Hambden
News by Hattie King
Telephone Chardon 5-9302
Mrs. John Carver enter
tained twelve members of the
West Chardon Thimble club
at her home Wednesday, Oct.
10. There was one visitor, Mrs.
Dora Radcliff.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Jones of
Mayfield were guests at Wil
liam Landon’s on Sunday eve
ning.
Mrs. Helen S. Prunger of
Kidron, O., was calling on
filends in Hambden last week.
Mrs. Merritt Wedge enter
tained with a stork shower
for Mrs. Joe Pipher of Rittman,
O., Sunday. These friends were
present: Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Pipher of Congress, Mr. and
Mrs. Noel Maltby, Huntsburg
Clarence Maltby, Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Carver,
Chardon George Rogers,
Painesville Mr. and Mrs.
George Carver, Hambden. She
received numerous gifts.
If a den Congregational
Ladies Aid will hold a bazaar
and roast pork dinner Oct. 24.
There will be aprons, fancy
work, baked goods and many
other attractions.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Murray
The Jelly Bean Set
SANDRA MARIE HOLOWATY
MONTVILLE—Sandra Marie Holowaty is the two year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holowaty.
returned Friday from a three
week trip to San Bernandino,
Calif. They were called there
by the serious illrfess of his
father and they also visited
a brother in Missouri.
Mrs. Merritt Wedge and Mrs.
George Carver spent Thursday
with Mrs. Floyd Maltby in
Claridon, it being her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ditto I
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mon-'
tague and sons, Billie and Jim- i
mie, were guests of Mr. and1
Mrs. John Carver of Chester, i
Sunday.
Mrs. Calvin Lewis attended
a D. A. R. Meeting in Chester
land Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gering
of Bowersville, Mrs. Ethel
Roush, Mrs. Lawrence Page of
Willoughby were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Lewis fast
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wedge
were at Ralph Bowman’s in
Cleveland Sunday.
Baird Rodhe who has been
in the Naval Reserves for some
time left Monday for camp at
Bainbridge, Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Young
of Cleveland visited at the
home of Mrs. Amelia Zikirsh
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Taylor
of Cleveland were at Virgil
Miller’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Camp
bell of Toledo visited his
brother Bernard and family
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Batovac
visited her sister, Mrs. Phoebe
Meyer in a Bedford hospital.
.Guests at the Martin Stevens
home Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Hartman of Cleve
land and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Krupinski, Munson.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Molzon
and family spent Saturday at
Cook’s Forest, Pa.
Hambden P. T. A. is serving
a steak supper Oct. 18, at their
bazaar. There will be fancy
work, popcorn, candy apples,
pony rides for the children and
a country store.
Township Officers
Meet Tonight
at Burton
Township trustees and clerks
will hold their fourth quarterly
meeting at the Burton school
tonight (Thursday) June Chap
man, president, announced
today.
Dinner will be served at 7:30
by the Fireman’s Auxiliary of
Burton, B. A. Broughton, mem
ber of jury commission will
be the speaker.
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TROY
News by Ina Kimpton
Telephone Burton 3143
There will be a Bake Sale
at Sager’s Store on October 20,
sponsored by the Ladies Aide
Society. Please send your dona
tions in early. Another Bake
Sale will be held on Election
Day.
On Sunday, October 21, be
tween 2 and 4 p.m., there will
be an every member canvass
for donations for the benefit
of the Congregational church.
Please have your donation
ready. If for any reason you
are not contacted and wish
to give, you may contact any
one of the officers and your
donation will be gratefully re
ceived and forwarded to the
committee.
While working in the woods,
Marshall Johnson received a
severe injury to his foot when
a large piece of wood fell
upon it.
Ragina Sodo and
her sister
Helen Visocan attended the Ice
Capades in Cleveland last
Saturday evening.
The ladies of the Troy Ladies
Society and the Troy Political
Club will serve the dinner for
the Annual Banquet of the
Burton Volunteer Fire Depart
October 25. The banquet will
be held at the Troy Commun
ity House.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burr
oughs from Cleveland called
on his parents Mr. and Mrs.
E. 11 Burroughs last Saturday
evening.
Harold Burroughs Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burr
oughs has recently received his
license to practice Veterinary
Medicine in the state of Cali
fornia, where he is now em
ployed in a Veterinary Hos
pital. Congratulations.
Mrs. Lottie Foft from Burton
has been a guest in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Diet
rich during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mansfield
from Nebraska were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Burroughs
during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hos
tetler took his mother, Mrs.
Sadie Hostetler, to Navarre,
Ohio last Thursday to visit
her brother who is critically
ill.
Dale Gates was at home on
a short leave last week.
Mrs. David DeWalt will sell
at public sale her household
Goods on Friday evening at
6:30. The sale will take place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Brigham on Pope
Road. Harold Lang of Ravenna
will be the Auctioneer.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marvin
and family from Cleveland
visited his sister Mrs. Hazel
Russell and family on Saturday.
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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
WINE
Pleasant Hill
News by Mrs. May A. Phillips
Telephone Newbury 813
Rev. Shuihaker from a pub
lishing house in Pa., gave a
good talk last Sunday at Pleas
ant Hill church.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dana
ceau of Cleveland visited
friends here last Friday.
Mrs. Gilbert Myers and
daughter and children of North
Kingsville, Miss Mary Ruggles
from Cleveland, and Mr. and
Mrs. Clem Wise from Shef
field were guests of Mrs. Rena
Walter Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark
and family attended Miss Doro
thy Kilby’s wedding at the
Cong, church at Parkman, Sun
day afternoon at 3:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holmes
and son Lyle and children
of Niles, and Mr. and Mrs.
David Perry and family of
Chesterland, visited relatives
here recently.
Frances Lothorp was a guest
at Neal Osmonde Thursday.
Mr. and Mrg. Jim Bahnick
were in Cleveland Sunday eve
ning to see his sister, who is
in the hospital there.
Relatives from Cleveland
visited at Larry Melocek’s
Sunday.
Elmer McNish, Mr. and Mrs.
George McNish,Harry and Mar
lene McGurr were at Frederick
Lovelands recently, and dug
his potatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Loveland’s children have been
sick and are much better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tru
man of Canton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Englebry of Clev
land, visited at Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bosworth Jr. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fishe
and family of Warren
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fisher
and family of Orwell, and Mrs.
Hulda Hyland and daughter
and friend of Cleveland, were
guests at Mrs. Blanche Fisher’s
Sunday. Mrs. Lila and Mrs.
Donald Bican called there
Friday.
Hill
News by Mrs. Martin Langaa
Telephone Chesterland 3229
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Painter
and children, of Munson, called
at the Martin Langaa home Fri
day evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Painter, of Portland,
called there on Saturday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Langaa
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Doug
las Guy of Kirtland at dinner
on Saturday night.
Mrs. Geo. Green, of Worrell
Rd., entertained with a birth
day party for her son Gregory,
and a belated birthday party
for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wm.
Banfield, on Friday evening.
Mrs. Rene Potts and son,
Joey, returned roiji Oberlin last
Sunday, where they spent a
week with Mrs. Potts father.
Mrs. Roy Stange drove to
Dayton with her uncle on
Thursday.
NOBODY.......
Publishes as much news
about Geauga County as
the Geauga Republican-
Record
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*G^=b-Service!
Gene’s Cab Service
Phone Chardon 6-1041
“Sweetest”
Day”
Party
She'll enjoy
an evening of
fun and
Dancing this
Saturday.
Chicken Dinner $1.00
MIDWAY INN
Rt. 44 Bat. 322 37 N.wburv 317
Good Fun
Good Exercise
Good Fellowship
Now Organizing
Scratch Leagues
Call for Details
B&V
RECREATION
Cherry and Water sis.
Chardon, O.
News from Munson
News by Mrs. James Ruch
Telephone 5-4222
C. J. Bogaski and Mrs. I
Clara Spaulding attended the
funeral of James Bauer at
Mogador, Tuesday. Mrs. Bo
gaski remained for a few days
with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller
and daughter Shirley of Paines
ville visited Mr. and Mrs.
James Ruch, Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Spaulding wishes
to thank the many friends who
remembered her birthday with
cards.
Mrs. Bigam who underwent
Munson Entertains
Football Squad
MUNSON Twenty-t w o,
members of the Chardon Hi
football squad, Superintendent
and Mrs. Ira Canfield,Princi
pal Gerald Daniels, and Coaches
Carl Finnen and Dave Paulus
were guests at the Fowler’s
Mills Community church, Sun
day, Oct. 14. After the Wor
ship service a dinner was
given in their honor, to en
courage and express confidence
in them, in their up-hill fight.
Motor Vehicles
By 1940, motor vehicles in the U.
S. accounted for nearly nine out of
ten passenger-miles of travel out
side of cities
ENJOY LIFE
•High Life
BEER
Fhurs. Oct. 17
Van Heflin with Evelyn
Keyes in
"THE PROWLER"
and Janis Page with Robert
Alda in
"TWO GALS AND A GUY"
Fri. Sai. Oct. 19-20
Lizebeth Scott and Edmond
O Brien in
"TWO OF A KIND"
also Rex Allen in
"THE RODEO KING AND
___ THE SE NO RITA''
Sun.-Mon.-Tues Oct. 21-22-23
Michael Rennie and Patricia
Neal in
"THE DAY THE WORLD
STOOD STILL"
Wed. Oct. 24
Jack Carson and Bert Lahr
"MISTER UNIVERSE"
Thurs. Oct. 25
"HE RAN ALL THE WAY"
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surgery at Huron Rd. Hospital
returned home Friday very
much improved in health.
Mrs. Della Little of Detroit,
(a former Munson resident),
called on Mrs. C. R. Spaulding,
Saturday.
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Jack McDonald on the
birth of a 7 1-2 pound daugh
ter (Paula Jean) at Corey
Hospital, Oct. 8.
Mrs. James Osborn is visiting
her son James Jr. and family
in Connecticut.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Haberer
are visiting their daughter in
Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hensel
returned home Friday, from a
two week trip through the
eastern states. Mrs. Loomis of
Chardon kept house while they
were gone.
Rev. Kuchnel was in attend
ance, at the semi-annual meet
ing of the board of admini
stration of the National
Association of Evangelicals,
held at Chicago, Oct. 11 and 12.
[SPECIAL
wine
VALUES!
Roma Port______ 89c
Guild Sherry_____ 89c
Veteran’s
Beverage Store
405 Water St.
Chardon 5-5661
PAINESVILLE THEATRES
A K E_
PARK
Thrus. thru Wed. Oct. 18-24
Robert Mitchum with Jane
Russel in
"HIS KIND OF WOMAN"
Thurs. Oct. 25
"PLACE IN THE SUN"
starring Keefe Brasselle
Montgomery Clift Elizabeth
Tavlor
Mentor Drive-in
Fri. Sat. Oct. 19-20
MacDonald Carev. Marta
Toren in
"MYSTER SUBMARINE"
also Jack Carson
Ginger Rogers in
"The Groom Wore Spurs"
Geauga Theatre
CHARDON, OHIO
FRIDAY & SATURDAY OCT. 19-20
Edmond O’Brien Elizabeth Scott
TWO OF A KIND
also
Charles Starrett Smiley Burnett
RAIDERS of TOMAHAWK CREEK
SUNDAY & MONDAY OCT. 21-22
TUESDAY (One Night Only) OCT. 23
RICHARD MONTALBAN CYD CHARISSE
MARK OF THE RENEGADES
(Color by Technicolor)
also
Margaret O’Brien Allen Martin, Jr.
HER FIRST ROMANCE
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY OCT. 24-25
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