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Last Christmas Day Riqhard Bosse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Bosse of Montville was in Korea. But today he is on his way home and his family expect him between Christmas and New Year’s. “Leave the Christmas tree up” he wrote in his last letter, “I’ll be there to see it. Last time Richard’s family saw him he weighed 170 pounds. Uncle Sam and eleven months in Korea have built him up to 220 pounds. FAR EAST (FHTNC)—Daniel J. Walsh, electrician’s mate third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Walsh of Route 2, Chardon, Ohio, is serv ing aboard the salvage vessel USS Safeguard, operating here with Service Squadron 3. The Safeguard furnishes sal vage, rescue, and towing serv ices to damaged United Nations ships supporting ground forces in Korea. The ship is equipped with heavy lifting gear, gen erators, winches, and all types of beaching gear for the sal vage of grounded vessels. In addition, several divers are assigned to the ship for making underwater investiga tions and repairs. Sometimes stores, machinery, or valuable papers have to be retrieved from underwater hulls. son of Strom recently Trieste, entered Richard Stromberg, Mr. and Mrs. George berg of Parkman, left for overseas duties in a U. N. proctorate. He the service in June ’52, grad uated from basic and quarter master Before was a school. Pvt. Richard Stromberg, U.S. 52170641, Prov. Co. 4010, APO 209 c-o P.M., New York City, Div. at Fort entering the teacher at His present Knox, Ky. service- he Thompson address is BAY, PHILLIPINE (FHTNC) Theo- SUBIC ISLANDS dore W. Reed, seaman, U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Reed of East Claridon, Ohio, is serving here at the U. S. Naval Station. He has been assigned duties with the Supply Dept. Ree denlisted in the Navy in June, 1952 and received training Training Calif. recruit Naval Diego, at the U. S. Center, San Navy entering the Before he was graduated from Middle field high school. WITH THE INFANTRY DIV. IN KOREA Pfc. Lawrence R. Brininger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brininger, Route 1, Burton, Ohio, ed his artillery 400,000th round munists. recently help unit fire its at the Com- with the 8th He is serving Field Artillery Battalion, whose big howitzers are supporting the 25th Infantry Division, the senior unit in the combat zone. Brininger, a radio opreator in the battalion, entered the Army in February, 1951, and has been in Korea since May 9 of this yeat. He is a former employe? the Chardon Rubber Co. The following births were hospital reported from Corey for the past week: A baby boy was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welshfield on December 19. On December 17 a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chapman of Hamb den. Rites Held Saturday for Mrs. Rose Norton Services were held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Burr and Smith Funeral Home in Char don for Mrs. Rose Norton, wi dow of Will Norton, who died Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marguer ite Tate in Montville. Also surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Ida McGurer, Wells Rd., Claridon and a sis ter, Mrs. Mary Jane Davan of Cleveland. Mrs. Norton was 77. Mr. and Mrs. Norton farmed for several years near Chardon. For the Past two years she has resided in South Euclid with a granddaughter, Veron Parsons, and Rev. Brown officiated services and interment the mausoleum. Published weelcly oy as Second CIim Matter at the NEWS NOTICE: The Auxiliary of the Fire Dept, will hold their an nual Christmas party for mem bers and their families at the Burton school on Sunday, Dec. 26th at 6:00 p.m. Bring a dish to pass and your own table service, a 50c gift for adult and 30c gift be exchanged, there also! CANCELLED Auxiliary of will not meet less it becomes call a special regular meeting celed because it Years Day arid also because of the absence of the president. HOME LIGHTING AND DEC ORATING CONTEST: Judging for the contest will be done the week before Christmas and New Years Day. Four prizes will be awarded to the four best decorated homes in Bur ton village or township by the Chamber of Commerce. Con tact Carl Harms for further information. (Hint the prizes are four National lamps.) Personals Mr. ana Mrs. Donald Mc Nish and children are expected home from Florida on Christ mas Day Mr. and Mrs. George Green will entertain her family on Christmas. Among those present will be Mr. and Mrs* Danny Farmwald, White, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White and Hay Herbert of to born Byler of Mrs. family, at the was in The pallbearers were grand sons: Lester McGurer, Law rence McGurer, Veron Parsons, Steve Varga, Lawrence Mears and Harold Coe. Burton P.T.A. Plans Holiday Dance BURTON The Burton P. T. A. is sponsoring a Holi day Hoe-Down Saturday even ing, December 27, at the Bur ton school auditorium. Music for the dancing 9 to 12 will be furnished by the Ork etts with Audre Blair calling the sets. Christmas cookiesand coffee will be servied as re freshments. the weekend. His boat is dock ed in Cleveland and he expects to be home for Christmas, also. Mrs. Blaine Leiby was hos tess to her pinochle club for th? annual Christmas party on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Rich ard Dean served as co-hostess. “Secret pals” and co-hostess names for the coming year were drawn. Gifts were ex changed and refreshments served. Prizes were won by Mrs. Karl Goff and Mrs. Rob ert Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harins will entertain members of Mr. Harms family for Christmas. Those present will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Cleve land, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nor cross and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Becker and daughter of Cleveland and Mr. Christ Harms, who is temporarily stay ing with the Harms. Mr. and Mrs. James Limbird entertained Mr. and Mrs. James Limbird Sr. on Sunday. Christ mas guests will be Mrs. Lim bird’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mellinger of Youngstown. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller will spend Christmas Eve with Mr. and Christmas Day will be with Mr. and Chardon. k. Enured ‘ortoffice. from News by Barbara Goff for children to Santa will be MEETING: T»e the Fire Dept, in January, un necessary to meeting. The is being can falls on New Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mr. and children. Mrs. George Green son, George, the are expecting their home for 7 days January. first of of Madera, holidays Alex McMullen Pa., is spending at the home of his daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wen dell Hansel. the Billy, 4 1-2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Han sel, was taken to St. Joseph’s hospital in Warren last week, with all the symptoms of ap pendicitis. He stayed there un der observation for 3 days, then returned home, hale and hearty, on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Held Mrs. William Hess. Mrs. Frank Fox of Mrs. Earl Miller was speaker at M.P.F. meeting in Jefferson and in Mantua recently. She gave a report on her recent trip to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. James Paryzek, Jr., and children attended the Knights of Columbus Christmas party at St. Helen’s church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Paryzek, Jr., will entertain on Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krej ci, Mr. and Mrs. James Pary zek, Sr., and Mrs. Ernest Hager and children from North Carol ina. They are flying here to spend the holiday. After the first of the year, Mrs. Hager (the former Betty Paryzek) and her three daughters will join her husband in Japan, where they expect to stay for a year. Major Hager has in Korea until recently. BURTON to have started from an over heated stove, was not d.‘_ covered until too late to save the building. The Kellers had planned to move into the L-_ that day. Most of their furni ture was inside. The damage was estimated at about $15, 000.00. Mrs.” Cecil Adams was in Cleveland last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calta of Cleveland called last week at the Cecil Adams home. Mr. and Mrs| Richard Blair plan to move into their home during Christmas week. They will have Christmas dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hilger in Newbury. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brown had their family with them for Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Korby, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kibler of Claridon and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and family enjoyed Christmas ian^ son Dayton, and the dinner at the home of Mrs. Held’s sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shuman, in Stow. Among those enjoying the annual Thursday evening, Russell’s Charles Russell and sons, of Middlefield, Mr. and liam Russell, Page Russell, Harold Nelson and Mrs. ily, Mrs. and Mrs. Christmas dinner, at Millie were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. and and sons, and Wil Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Goff children at home. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brown, fell dowp a full flight of He struck eyes and for quite in bed for several days. Mrs. John Dennis spent Christmas with ents. been Fire a.m. The Burton Volunteer Dept, was called at 4:30 ___ Sunday to the home of Flor ence Keller on Munn Rd., in Newbury. The fire, believed K *4 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bollinger entertained 12 members of Mrs. Bollinger’s family at a pre Christmas gathering of Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bollinger spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Paton in Kent, Jack’s birthday. to celebrate arrived home Valley Forge Richard Neil Saturday from Army hospital, Pa., to spend a 15 day furlough with his wife and parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Will iams and sons of Willimantic, Conn are spending Christmas with their parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaither are entertaining Mrs. Gaither’s sister, Miss Lillian Graham of Pittsburgh, during Christmas week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gill had their family home for Christ mas. Those present were Joan, Dick, Betty and Robert Hos mer and children, and Jane and John Blair and children from Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pfenni ger and children spent Christ mas Eve with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Horn, in Ches terland. Mr. and Mrs. Fretj Pfenni ger were Christmas Day dinner guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pfenniger. stairs on Saturday, his temple and his nose were swollen some time.- He was Mr. Mr. Karl Mary Herb fam- Goff, and Mr. Hay. was home for and Mrs. Theron Dean, iHDn I nrnn 14i Irxvir entertained Loren Bigalow and children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dean and family and Nancy Dean for Christmas dinner. Guests for a buffet supper in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beales, Mr. Bigalow and daughter, Stevens, of Warren, and and Mrs. B. S. Bigalow. Carl Mrs. Mr. and her son par- of Park- Mrs. Arnold Smith man was a Wednesday dinner guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Tom Gharky. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gharky and Mr. John Myler will have dinner on Christmas with and Mrs. William Owen. Mr. Mary Rowley Dies Following Operation PARKMAN Funeral serv ices are to be held today for Mary Rowley of Parkman who died at Huron Road hospital Sunday night following an op eration,. She was 74 and had only there lived in Parkman for about one year, coming from Cleveland. She is survived by six William and Thomas of Middle field, Russell, who lived with her in Parkman, Robert J. and John of Cleveland and Richard C. of Detroit, and two daugh ters, Margaret Ann of Dallas and Sally of Tucson, Ariz. Mass at St Mary's Xmas Eve St. Christmas services at Mary’s will start with a emn High Mass at midnight Christmas Eve, with the the Rev. James E. celebrant. Sol pastor, Maher, Masses On Christmas Day will be at 7:30, 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. The last Mass will be a High Mass, the others low Masses. The Christmas party for the children will be Sunday, Dec. 28, at 3 s p.m. starting the singing of hymns and diction in the church. Christmas tree and Santa will be in the church hall where gifts will be given to all the children. with bene The Claus CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1952 JOHN LEYDE John Leyde, President of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ge auga Aerie No. 2261, presented the County Seal Chairman, Mrs. Lewis R. Bostwick, with a check in the amount of $140.00 for the 1952 Christmas Seal Sale in Geauga county. A Christmas Seal Dance and Bake Sale was sponsored by the F.O.E. members and the F.O.E. Ladies Auxiliary for the benefit of the Seal Sale fund on Dec. 6. Chas. Chapman, Chardon, was chairman* of the committee in charge of the Tell Women of Christtndsx Observance in Foreign Lands O Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hsu of China, Mr. Wilhelm Balke of i Germany, and Mrs. Rolf Hardy Dec. 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alvord on Moff ett ave. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Hsu and Mr. Wilhelm gave a program for the Prog ress club on the Christmas toms of their countries. cus- Mrs. Hsu, who follows the Christian religion, told they celebrated Christmas in China, but as Mr. Hsu is not a Christian he told of the New Year celebration in that coun try. That is the one holiday how Hold Services Tuesday for Henry Eihler Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Baltic, Ohio, for Henry Eihler, 71, who died unexpectedly Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Ishee, on Court st. He had resided there since coming to Chardon last May. Also surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Richard Rarick of Chardon, three brothers and three sisters. Mr. Eihler was a retired coal miner. Rush Man to Hospital by Plane sons, is in a hospital an airplane to Steven Yuranko, 38, of Pekin Road, Newbury, bed but it took get him there. who is person Howard Ober’s Mr. Yuranko, nel manager for Roto-Hoe manufacturing com pany in Newbury, formerly had tuberculosis. As an aftereffect he suffered a lung hemmorhage this week and was in urgent need of hospitalization. Cleve land hospitals that handle these types of cases were full. Dr. Walter C. telephoned rangements mission to at Columbus could be gotten Corey of Chardon Columbus and ar were the made for ad state hospital if the patient there. Dr. Corey made arrange ments with John Ritondaroand Mr. Yuranko was taken to Cha grin Falls airport by ambul ance. There a waiting plane was ready to take off with doctor and patient. Mr. Yur anko was lifted out of his bed about noon. By two o’clock in the afternoon the nurses were tucking him into his bed in the hospital at Columbus. GEAUGA RECORD Eagles Give to Xmas Seal Fund MRS. LEWIS R. BOSTWICK dance Mrs. Stanek, Munson, president of the Auxiliary was in charge of bake sale. In behalf of the Geauga County TB and Health Assoc iation, Mrs. Bostwick expressed her appreciation to the Presi dent of the F.O.E. for the efforts of the members in spon soring the benefit dance for the Christmas Seal Sale. This demonstrates their community spirit and interest in the health program of the Association, commented Mrs. Bostwick, which will help to reachr-’thA $8,000.00 goal. •r cia season they observe and it lasts for one month. Mr. Balke told of Christmas in Germany and how so many of our Christmas customs come from that country. They have a time in the earlier part of December when they do their entertaining and' giving of gifts, but a Christmas day is strictly a rligious holiday. Mr. Balke and Mr. and Mrs. Hsu are from the International Student Exchange and are all studying in Cleveland. The Hsus have been here for three years but Mr. Balke has just been in this country since July. Stuart Smith to Wed at Mentor Former Geaugan Dies in California received Chardon relatives i______ word of the death of Le Roy B. Wilson at his home in El Cajon, California. He is a brother-in-law of* Mrs. Ethel Law and Mrs. Lena Cottrell. He is survived by his wife, Belle Bailey Wilson, two sons, Lloyd of Chagrin Falls and Edward of California three daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Burns, Mrs. Jeanette Kupersavage of California, Mrs. Esther Fisher of Mayfield Hgts. one daugnter Carol, preceded him in death. There were also several grandchildren and great-grand children. Services and burial was in Diego on Wednesday, Dec. R. H. Bowditch Hurt in Accident San 21. 145 his leg Raymond H. Bowditch, Tilden ave., is confined to home with a cast on his caused by an accident while he was working at the Chardon Euclid Road Machinery Co. Pilgrims Plan Service on Xmas Eve sch Pil con- On Christmas Eve the grim Christian church will i duct a Candlelight Communion Service. This is the first year a Christmas Eve Service has been held in several years. The service will begin at 11:00 and will be for the whole commun ity. Participating in the service will be the Deacons and El ders of the church along with the minister and the choir. Following the observance of the Holy Communion there will be a ceremony of candle lighting in which the whole congregation takes part. Preceding the service church tower chimes will play, for an hour. Crowd Fills Church at Middlefield of Howard C. the elementary grades of the presented a Ves one ’Lighting the At 4 p.m. and primary church school per service, featuring a act plav et.Gilaqi Christmas Candle&V /This too, was I i service and much ci beautiful Ldit is due le director Following Sanctuary, to the Dr. Frieda Schute, and her assistants^ the program in thd everyone adjournq downstairs room wjiere Santa Claus and the Christmas tree raited and the children were liven a treat from the church school. The Candlelight Cantata which was given at 8 p.m. was a perfect climax to a day long to be remembered. There were twen.ty voics in th choir in cluding James Moser and James Raftas, Hiram classmates of the Director. ,In the soft glow of candlelight, the Cantata, “Child, Jesus” was sung to an attentive audience. It gdve the Christmas message as only a combination of the story of the Nativity and beautiful music can. Following the Vesper service and treat, cocoa and cookies were served to everyone pres ent and following the Cantata in the evening, the Youth Fel lowship group served coffee and Christmas cookies. News the Stuart William Smith of U. S. Air Force and son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith of Moffett aye., Chardon, will be married at 4:30 in the Mentor church. Saturday, Dec. 27, the afternoon at Plains Methodist 1 is Miss Nanci Cara daughter of Mrs. French of Atkins His fiance Mellinger, Ernest E. Road, Willoughby. Following the wedding there will be a reception at the of the bride. home^ by Mrs. Junior Komandt Calls Joe with is sending his wife, Mary Alice, an unusual Christmas present on Tuesday morning. Joe ex pects to call his wife by tele phone on that day. This will be a new experience for Mrs. Soltis, hearing her husband’s voice from Germany. from Germany Soltis, who is serving the Army in Germany, Presents Christmas Cantata A Christmas pageant “The Star Still Shines,” was pre sented by the children of Sun day school aided by the junior and senior choirs Sunday eve ning, Dec. 21. Children re ceived treats from the Sunday school after which refreshments were served for all who tended. at- Holds Tree Party The Intermediate Class the Congregational church der the leadership of Janice Dobay held a “Trim the Tree Party” at the church basement last Saturday evening. of un- Makes Gifts'to Church Three fire extinguishers been given to the Congrega tional church. Two have been purchased by the Boy Scouts and one “Chimes” extinguisher was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. John Shipman. have Completes Worthwhile Project The men of the Friendship Circle have the past week com pleted a very worthwhile proj ect, that of fireproofing the furnace room in the church basement. Other projects for the group are planned. Members Friendship Circle voted at the last meeting to have the choir now being of the \V?o Aouu*d«‘,‘ Ohh“ Single Copies 10c Volume 104 Number 52 Hambden Church Gave Pageant HAMBDEN The Hambden Congregational their Christmas entertainment Sunday evening in the form of a pageant in three parts. The birth, the visit of the wise men and,Jesus at the temple were dramatized. There were songs, recitations and gifts. church gave SouthNewbury News by Lucy Simpson Phone Newbury 844 Mrs. Lillian Rose was host ess for the South Newbury La dies Aid meeting and Christ mas party on Wednesday. It was decided to hold no meetings through the winter months. However your tax stamps will the 1 be acceptable at any time. i Mrs. Myrtle Russell was host ess for the North Russell Ladies in MIDDLEFIELD Never, the history of the First Meth odist church of Middlefield have the Christmas services been more beautiful or more impressive than they were Sun day. The 11 a.m. service was en joyed by a capacity audience. The service opened with Jean McClurg at the organ and Gil berts Town at the piano. The 65 voices of the senior and junior choirs, sang the Christ mas hymn and anthem under the direction Smith. Aid Christmas party held at Mrs. Rena Ober’s on Thursday. Mrs. Lucy Simpson called on Mrs. Abbie Shuart in Burton on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Button were in West Farmington on Sunday calling on Mrs. Etta Colvin and Lou RichaMs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aikens. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker have received two letters from their son James R- Baker since he was wounded in Korea. He is in a hospital and has been awarded the Purple Heart. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Coe and family of Spencer were at Kate Green’s on Sunday and brought the dinner for a pre-Christmas celebration. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. Novelty Cow Makes Record NEWBURY Christmas masses will be held at Helen’s church at midnight and 10 a.m. 8 List Judges for Lighting Contest cow, A registered Guernsey Ollasses Golden Syria, owned by Francis Ginn, Novelty, Ohio, has completed an official Ad vanced Registry record of 9,886 pounds of milk and 567 pounds of butterfat on three times daily milking for 365 days, starting her record as a junior 2-year-old. “Syria” is the daughter of the registered Guernsey sire, Bryn Du Golden Templar, that has six daughters in t^e Perform ance Rigister of the America^ Guernsey Cattle Club. This record was supervised by the Ohio State University and was reported to The Ameri can Guernsey Cattle Club approval and publication. Midniglit Mass at St Helen's for St. and Fight Tuberculosis Buy Christmas Seals Parkman News Notes robes cleaned, which has also been completed the past week. Candlight Service A candlelight service was held Wednesday evening at the Congregational church with traditional Christmas music, and choir singing. Following the service any who wished invited to go caroling. Two buses were used in transporting these young people to the Pope Home in Troy, to Hiram, Garrettsville and Wind ham where they spent some time singing carols to people less fortunate. Following the singing the group were treated to refreshments at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pelmonter of Parkman. Personals Five young men attended the basketball game of the globe trotters in Cleveland last Fri day evening. Those attending were: Bill Young, Delbert Ko mandt, Jimmy Whetstone, Don ald Blair, and Dale Komandt. Allen Whetstone was in ducted into the Army last Wed nesday, Dec. 3, and is stationed at Camp Chaffee. Service of' Baptism was held last Sunday morning at the church for James Sherman Mc Connell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McConnell of Middlefield. Mrs. A. H. Komandt was ill the past week with flu. Mrs.. Lora Cromwell and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hosmer left Friday for Florida. Bill Hanna, Chairman of the Jr. Chamber of Commerce Lighting Contest Committee an nounced today that Mrs. Thorn ton Holder and Mr. George Letts of Chesterland' would judge this year’s entries. Mrs. Holder is .the wife of Thornton Holder, forrrier P.T.A.. President. She is the designer of the county map which has had wide distribution by» the P. T. A. Mr. Letts is a prominent Architect in Cleveland. He re sides on Wilson Mills Rd., in Chesterland. First prize this year is a $25.00 Savings Bond. Second, Third and Fourth .Prizes are table lamps donated by the C. E. I. These lamps have been on display at the Jay Cees’ Christmas Tree sales room on Water st. Dedicate Xmas Tree at Chardon “This tree really belongs to you, the people of Chardon.” With these words Mr. Fred C. Rutz presented the village with a 15 foot Christmas tree which had been planted in Geauga county 13 years ago as part of the Ohio Reforestation program. Mr. Rutz pointed out that so long as friends and neigh bors can assemble on the vil lage square to sing the joyful praises of “Christ, the New born King,” and participate in a program of gaiety and goodfellowship our traditional American freedom will be pre served. He asked that Yuletide festivity be tempered with re membrance of the men in service and expressed the hope that at next year’s ceremony all those now in service be home. would school carols____ The Chardon high brass sextet played around the village square prior, to the program and supplied 1 the music for the Community? Caroling which followed the tree presentation. Ken Ward led the singing in which a good sized crowd of villagers,^ participated. Many skeptics among the' younger set were converted by I Santa Claus’ spectacular en trance into town by fire engine, More than six hundred candy i canes were distributed by Good 1 St. Nick from his red-and- 1 yellow sleigh under the Village Tree. Betty Spangler Is Wed at Middlefield were Christmas Caroling Sixty members of the “Youth for Christ” movement from the tri-county, Trumbull, Geauga and Portage, group, spent Sat urday evening singing Christ mas carols. quiet MIDDLEFIELD A wedding was solemnized at the parsonage of the First Method ist church Saturday, Dec. 20, at 2 p.m. when Betty Spangler/ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Spangler and Benny Protowski of Welshfield were united in marriage. Rev. Albert S. Wol stencrof pronounced the mar riage vows, using the double ring ceremony. The witnesses were the groom’s sister, Mary, and Carl Boren. The bride wore a light gray suit with black accessories. Both the bride and groom are employed at Eppley Products Company. Plan Candlelight Service at Munson MUNSON There will be candlelight service Christmas eve, 11 to 12 o’clock, at the Fowlers Mills church. ATTEND FUNERAL CLARIDON Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linden went wanna, N. Y., for end to attend the ______ ___ his nephew, Fred Vail, who died suddenly. to Lacka the week funeral of Smooths Garden Furniture Garden furniture of the sort with the bark still on it should be coated with spar varnish to make it just as smooth as possible. In this way you can minimize the danger of snagging sheer hose and rlcs. filmy fab Paraffin Um If the crack on the tray of your child’s high chair is constantly catching food particles, try pouring hot paraffin into it The paraffin will last a long time and save much time.