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2—THE RECORD, CHARDON, O., FEBRUARY 12, 1953 Bowling Beat by EVELYN ARDY At the Vine Lanes Tourna ment action in Willoughby re cently, our Vet’s Beverage team fired a 3021 series and bowled over 50 teams for top spot on the prize list. Captain George Kovitch has been informed that he and his fellow keglers Milt Hazen, Steve Liptak, Ev Hendrickson, and Stan Leggett: —will receive a $75.00 prize, one large trophy to go on dis play at the sponsor’s beverage store, and individual smaller trophies for each bowler. The second place winners are remaining incommunicado, since Kovitch's keglers beat them by only one pin. Stan Leggett and Milt Hazen registered a neat 1295 in the doubles competition and walked ^AWVVVVVVVVVVVlMi AUTO REPAIRS off with first prize money and trophies. In individual com petition, Stan Leggett’s 654 will probably place him on the list for one of the 10 prizes. Stop in at Vet’s Beverage Store for your party needs and enjoy de ciding which is the brightest the big shiny trophy or George Kovitch’s bright broad smile. In their regular Tuesday lea gue contests at & V Rec, the beverage sharpshooters rolled 923-851-820 for a 2594 series that took 3 points from Secur ity Savings. Stan Leggett tal lied 203. Tee Pee Motors and Chardon Springs divided them 2 and 2. The results were the same between Chardon Rubber and Suchdale Tavern and be tween Finch and Strong Milk Cartage. Carlson's rolled 3 from the JayCees. Country and Sub urban scored 3 to 1 over Circle 6. Tuesday’s 200 tallies were 201 for Andy Locsey, 214 for Dick Peters, 215 for McClish, 211 for Russ Vese, and 200 for Homer Barham. In the ladies’ lanes two teams are pleasant surprises. Mon etta’s five made the board in high individual scoring with, their 797. This could be called We Bought Costly Tools So You Could Save Money with the latest and best We've tooled our shop in test and repair instruments, so that we can -■find the trouble and fix the trouble faster and better. This means superior repairs that actu ally COST LESS! SERVICE STATION OPEN ALL NIGHT We Give Eagle Stamps McBRIDE New... All New -and Brothers Garage The Action Car for Active Amorkans A "Road Test Ride” will convince you that the ’53 Dodge is the mast completely new car on the road. Its amazing nimbleness and maneuverability, its roomy comfort and flashing performance will change your ideas about how much solid enjoyment a car can offer. And with all this, you get the deep-down dependability that has been a Dodge buy-ivord for thirty-nine years. Dodge stands for dependability Dependability stands for Dodge. You’ll know what this means when you own one. E. Park St. Chardon, Ohio LEARN to DANCE Enroll Now! Ages from 3 years up. Evening 1 e ss o n s for convenience of parents. Classes for organizations. Tap, Ballet, Toe. New classes organizing. Phone Char don 5-2713 Mon., Tues., Sat. evenings or 5-2138 Wed., Thurs. and Sat. after noons. JK DANCE STUDIO Juanita Klatka, Wearsch Building Chardon New Spaclout Travel Lounge Interiors Check the extra leg room, head-room and elbow-room Dodge offers! For extra comfort, safety. DEPENDABILITY, TOO! ■fap a 7 man team. The 5 gals are doing the actual bowling under the loud guidance of their able coaches, Steve Liptak and Jim Lucas. It’s* anybody’s guess how far up on the prize board Mon etta’s will be yelled into. Chardon Metal Products bowl erettes are moving on up the ladder regularly too. They are employing a system of their own, and from the look of the spectators seats on Fridays, it’s a private cheering section. Jolly Betty Parr sometimes gets too enthusiastic and some of it bubbles over onto their com petitors. This resulted in a 2-2 tie for them and Farinacci Con struction in the last contests. Chardon Metal Products cor dially invites Clara Thrasher, Cleo Bryant, Mabie Ruth Layne, and Lois Layne back again on Friday. These ladies can do the encouraging, leaving Betty Parr free to direct her energies to ward the headpin. For Hi-Life, Jane Bond turned on the pressure in the last game and paced her team for the 1 point they managed for the evening. Her speed on the slides stopped Chardon Auto Parts from taking all 4. Finch Cleaners marked 3 to & V Rec’s 1 point. It was 3 to 1 for Chapman Tile over Chardon Rubber. Leisy's blanked Farinacci Buick and Monetta’s scored 3 to Culligan’s 1. The best score in the Church league competition was Jim Kolenic’s 236. Schinagles Mar ket rolled 4 from Midway Inn, & V Nash 3 from Gigliotti Contractors, and Moonglow Inn 3 from Burton Auto Co. On Thursday the big ones were Srp's 933-806-937 for a 2676 series that took all of them from Chardon Rubber. Seufer made 211, Red Nicolet 223, Harry Jonath 224, and Steve Horvath 204. Frantz Tav ern scored 3 to Culligan’s 1. Chuck’s Towing Service rolled likewise over Chardon Savings RADIO & TELEVISION -Service- One Day Service on All Shop Work Radio Lab Telephone Burton 7197 Rt. 44 87 New Red Ram V-8 Power Most efficient engine design in any American car. New surging 140 horsepower. New Clean-lined, Streamlined Beauty Dodge is Styled for Action with sleek, trim lines for “Beauty with a Pur pose.” New-All New Dodge ROAD TEST RATE tie Himb/est V-EIGHT JUNCTION AUTO SALES Kt. 44 & 322 Pkone 5-5671 Fowl Worth $5 a Pound Fowl at $5.33 a pound, eggs at 35 cents each. Those are prices Carl Lowrance, of Joplin, Mo., gets from the 30,000 quail on his farm. When Lowrance took up quail-raising two years ago, experts said he couldn’t raise commercial-size flocks brooder losses from disease would run at least 20 per cent. They did until Lowrance cut this to 3.5 per cent by adding the wonder drug aureomycin to the chicks’ drinking water. Now he finds it impossible to fill all the orders he gets. News from Munson G. Allen 5-8231 News by Mrs. John Telephone Chardon Heart Fund Drive Vivian McDonald and Enid Horton are township co-chair men for the Heart Fund in Munson. These girls have di vided the township into four quarters and Hilda Joiner, Dorothy Bowers, Leona Herr ington and Margaret Hage are the division chairmen. On Sun day afternoon and evening, Feb. 15, we will all be asked to donate to this worthy cause. Free Health Service Dr. Edmunds has asked that a reminder be made of the free inoculation service in the coun ty. By phoning the Board of Bank. Monday’s mightiest maple maulers were Bostwick’s Store team. They had a 2683 series— 916-845-922. It netted them all 4 from the Van Gorder Hard ware team. Markko made 201 and H. Van Gorder 203. Between C. Peters Excavating and F. O. Eagles, it was the former all 4, leaving the latter team a goose egg. Hendrickson Electric had the same results over Ohio Bell Phone. Moss Farm Dairy and Green Lantern Tavern shared them 2 and 2. Junction Auto Sales rolled 3, Ben Franklin Store 1. Ed. Kempf Water Pump bowled 3, Perkins Motor Sales 1. The 200 topplers were: Rudy Deak 211, Hal Smith 203, Bell 203, Clem Dewait Len Lockwood 223, Carl bitt 200, Big John 201, Henke 203 and Joe Glavic 204. Ken 211, Nes Jack Frankie Bowls High in Snapout League ....... Frank Edelinski was high pin tumbler in the Snapout League las week. His pins spilled to the score of 168-184-201. R. Deak scored a 163-165-188 for sec ond and Nelson Burgess rolled 167-203-146. high 1919, with The Buckeyes rolled games of 570-692-657 and the Joiks came second 613-644-625 1882. Team standings are: Won Lost Pte. Bombers 34 Ms 25% 45% Joiks 31 29 43 Clippers 30 30 40 Snappers 28 32 39 Buckeyes 29 31 37 Bowlcats 26% 33% 35% LOOKING for FUN? visit B&V Recreation Chardon Health an appointment can be made to have any infants and children in the county inocul ated for whooping cough, lock jaw, diptheria and small pox. Don’t neglect your children and call for an appointment for the first series or a booster shot. Men's Club The group met at the Town Hall last Thursday night. Roger Emmons made a preliminary report on the Club Township planning committee. His find ings were discussed at great length and finally tabled until the next meeting. Frank Fink showed films on the Atomic Bomb, “Life of a “History of the Industry.” Bee,” and Petroleum Boy Scout News All of Troop 91, committee including Ed Win genbach, Bill Lytle, Martin Miller, Ronald Hamilton and Rex Thornburgh, the boys par ents and Scoutmasters, Roger Emmons and Warren Hender son (in tended Painesville school This large group representing Munson said it was truly a worthwhile experience. entire Scout new uniforms), at the Scout Rally in at Riverside high on Sunday afternoon. Mother’s Club The women held their ing Monday night at the of Mrs. Stephen Kiehel. to supply playground for each classroom. meet home They voted balls Equipment needed for the school infirmary cot is being donated by Mrs. Rita Temple, Mrs. John Burgher, Mrs. Reef and Mrs. Kiehel. Arrangements were Wishing the made to take care of the in-1 /\/z'Ll//?!/ firmary laundry. Watch for the v, announcement of an extra spec ial meeting to be March 9. held on Personals Two year old Jensen had her tonsils at Huron Road hospital last Friday. Johanna removed Mr. Arthur Dade made the arrangements to have a scale donated to the Munson school. Steve Kiehel successfully witched a well for Dr. S. Hayashi’s new office. He pre dicted a supply of water at 63 feet and an excellent source was reached at 65 feet. Miss Joan Walsh is taking a professional tailoring course at the Elizabeth Kardos Fashion Institute. Mr. and Mrs. ’*Don Ellicott and daughter left last week for a vacation in Cuba. Mrs. Harry Unger enter tained the Bass Lake Canasta Club last Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Gessic is county chairman for the Muscular Dystrophy Drive. Patricia Cahill of Cleveland was a house guest of Joan Walsh last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kiehel left Wednesday to drive to Potstown, Pa., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Kiehel’s ninety four-year-old mother, Mrs. Mary Read. Dr. and Mrs. Willard Parker and Mr .and Mrs. Edward Mc Geough sang in a chorus Tues day night at the Baptist church in Chesterland as part of the entertainment for a West Ge auga Recreation Council dinner. Two year old Gregory Steele had an accident Monday Newt by Emma Blair Phone 372 Trounce Chardon in Basketball The Newbury basketball team trounced the league leading Chardon team Saturday evening 70 to 61. On Friday evening they won both games from Thompson. Good luck in the tournament, boys. Newbury Grange Newbury Grange met Feb. 4. A chili supper was served be fore the meeting by the Home Economic chairman, Mrs. Hilda Knox. The chaplain, treasurer, gatekeeper and Pomona were in stalled by the deputies. Our Lec turer, Ada Tretheway, gave a very interesting report of her trip to the short course at War ren. Next meeting Feb. 18. Bring cherry cake or pie for lunch. Community Aid The Community Aid will meet at the church Tuesday, Feb. 19. Come out and her the report of the Box social. Bring a dish to pass. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bliss and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hostetler and Allen visited friends in Elyria, Sunday. Newbury friends extend their sympathy to Mrs. Fred Dietz and family in the sudden passing of her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Munn re cently visited their son Franklin at Sampson Air Base at Geneva, N. Y. He expects to leave there about Feb. 20. Mrs. Rose Gould has returned which resulted in a arm broken at the elbow. Mr. and Mrs. Eagle Have a little fun today and every day a smile costs nothing and helps you as much as the person you smile at. And for a little extra fun this weekend and an extra smile to carry you through next week remember our FISH FRY FRIDAY NITE 75c DANCE SATURDAY NITE Fraternal Order of Eagles 317 Water St. Chardon, O. BOYS and GIRLS of the SAFETY PATROL a pleasant evening on their first ANNUAL HOCKEY PARTY on Saturday, Feb. 14 at Cleveland Arena The Chardon Rubber Company The Chardon Metal Products Co. from a month’s trip to Florida with friends from Cleveland. She says Pekin road looks real good to her. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor of Cleveland were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bidlake, Sun day. Miss Nancy Blair of Burton spent the weekend with her cousins and attended the dance at Russell. Mrs. Florence Hilger is ill with a strep throat and quinsy. Geauga THEATRE Geauga’s Popular Theatre Geauga County's Leading Show! Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Feb. 12-13-14 Betty Hutton, Ralph Meeker SOMEBODY LOVES ME Color by Technicolor GeneAutry and Champion WAGON TEAM Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Feb. 15-16-17 Red Skelton—in his newest and one of his greatest pictures THE CLOWN Bugs Bunny ‘‘All Star Review 8 Merry McLoot Cartoons Wed. (One night only) Feb. 18 John Payne Coleen Gray KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone TORPEDO ALLEY Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Feb. 19-20-21 John Payne Agnes Morehead THE BLAZING FOREST Color by Technicolor Sterling Hayden-Richard Carlson FLAT TOP In Thrilling Color follow the crowds to the Geauga.