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2—THE RECORD, CHARDON, O., FEBRUARY 19, 1953
Bowling
Beat
by EVELYN ARDY
Treat of the week: The steak
supper the Chapman Tile bowl
erettes will enjoy at Chardon
Geauga
THEATRE
Geauga’s Popular Theatre
Geauga County's Leading Show!
Thurs.-Fri.-Sai. Feb. 19-20 21
John Payne Agnes Morehead
THE BLAZING
FOREST
Sterling Hayden-Richard
Carlson
FLAT TOP
Both pictures in Color!
Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Feb. 22-23-24
crosbym
DOROTHY
Product by HARRY TUGfNO Directed by HAL
WALKER Screenptey by FRANK BUTLER. HAL
KANTER Md WILLIAM MORROW New Swift
Lenc» by JOHNNY BURKE Music by JAMES VAN
NEUSEN A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
Wed. (One night only) Feb. 25
Broderick Crawford,
Claire Trevor
STOP YOU'RE
KILLING ME
Bill Elliott
MAVERICK
Thun.-Fri.-SaL Feb. 26-27-28
Maureen O’Hare, Alex Nicol
THE REDHEAD
from WYOMING
In Technicolor
THE ROSE BOWL
STORY
follow the crowds to the
Geauga.
Springs on the 20th at 6 pm.
Their generous sponsor, Mae
Chapman, will pick up the
check. This team Mary Ann
Vinkovich, Helen Leggett, Cis
sey Paul, Dot Stanek, and Hel
ene Leggett lost their first
game to Farinacci Buick last
week. When their lovable Mrs
Chapman walked in during the
second game, they welcomed her
affectionately then confidently
registered the other 3 points.
Monetta’s gals moved into the
four spot on the prize board,
taking 3 from the Finch five.
Chardon Auto-Parts went on a
rampage and belted all 4 from
Culligan’s Water Service. Paced
by Captain Irene Opper’s 121
137-145—403 series, Alice Arm
strong’s 402 111-149-142, and
helped by Lois McBride’s 149
game the auto parts keglers
moved from the basement into
10th position. Ruth Boldon and
this scribe aren’t mentioning
I scores, but they did help to
hang the sign fashioned by Al
ice Armstrong. It reads MOV­
ED!
Chardon Metal Products drop
ped 3 to Leisy’s. Bitty Nesbitt
bowled 165. Hi-Life took 3, from
Farinacci Construction. Char
don Rubber managed 1 point
leaving B&V with 3.
Team standings in the ladies
lanes are:
Chapman Tild 69 27
B&V Rec. 65’4 30’4
Finch Cleaners 62 34
Monetta's 45 51
Culligan’s wat. Ser. 44’4 51’4
Chardon Rubb 44’4 51’4
Leisy’s 44 52
Chardon Met. Prod
43 52’4
Hi-Life 41’4 54’4
Chardon Auto Parts 40 56
Farinacci Buick 38’4 57’4
Farinacci Con. 38 58
The newly organized ladie’s
league that meets on Thursday
afternoons at & V Recreation
is enjoying its weekly contests.
There are five teams from
Thompson, Ohio, and one team
of Chardon ladies. The Thomp
son topplers are: No. 1 Cap
tain Frances Rauth, Leona Webs
ter, Doris Webster, Muriel Mos
ley .Ellen Guyette. No. 2—Cap
tain Caroline Safrick, Irene Kan
gas, Eleanor Vollene, Kay Bost
wick, Dorothy Lustig. No. 3—
Captain Irma Green, Dee Stan
ton, Rita Polburn, Doris Wilbur,
RADIO &
TELEVISION
—Service—
One Day Service
on AH Shop Work
Radio Lab
■Telephone Burton 7197
Rt. 44 87
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
.Penten Special
FISH FRY DINNERS
50c
From 5 to 9 o’clock
Plank Road Tavern
BEER LIQUOR WINE
SANDWICHES
Rts. 6 and 86 Montville, Ohio
Coming to Geauga Theatre
Zany and Wacky is "Road to Bali/' Paramount's new ’tech
nicolor fun-fest, opening next Sunday at the eGauga Theatre.
In this scene Bob Hope and Bing Crosby frolic with a crooner
loving gorilla, leaving their delectable sarong-draped co-star,
Dorothy Lamour, to the Balinesan breezes. "Road to Bali," the
sixth and funniest of the fabulous "Road" comedies, boasts an
array of six musical hits from the pens of tunesmiihs Johnny
Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen.
Verna Scott. No. 4 from Char
don) Captain Laura Metcalfe,
Mildred Gaylord, Phyllis Kos
tan, Alice Armstrong, Irene Op
per. No. 5 Captain Eleanor
Dillworth, Betty Jewell, Mau
reen Webster, Nan Stem, Lena
Belle Wilbur. No. 6 Captain
Evelyn Smith, Laura Hectel, Ar
lene Loveland, Kay Hurlbert,
and the league secretary, Ethel
Armstrong.
The heavy hitters in Mon
day’s knockdown sessions were
Jim Lucas 203, Ed. Pulsifer 202,
Jim McDaniel 201, Ralph Ran
dles 220. Van Gorder rolled 3
to Perkins 1- Bostwick Store
made 3 to Hendrickeson Elec
tric’s 1. Moss Farm Dairy took
them all from Ohio Bell. The
crackshot Ed. Kempf boys are
still at it, taking all 4 from
Green Lantern. It was F. O.
Eagles 3 Ben Franklin Store 1.
Two pins kept Junction Auto
Sales from taking them all over
C. Peters Excavating. They roll
ed a 767-904-916 for a nice 2587
series.
On Tuesday, Vets Beverage
Store registered them all over
Country & Suburban. They bowl
ed a worthy 864-949-896—2709
series. The big ones were
George Kovitch’s 209. Milt Haz
en’s 209, and Ev. Hendickson’s
223.
Finch cleaners left Chardon
Rubber without a mark in the
credit column, but Clem DeWalt
scored 206 and A. McClish 236.
Score 3 for Strong Milk Cartage
and 1 for Suchdale Tavern. It
was Hank Nemer 212. Chardon
Springs 4 and Security Savings
0.
The JayCees bowled all 4 from
Tee Pee Motors. Bill Opper’s
nosebleed kept him from tally
ing a real big one. After six
kisses in the corner, his nose
got in the way of some more
marks, leaving him a 209. Bill’s
beaming anyway. Ralph Bertke
shot a 203.
Carlson’s Hardware made 3,
Circle Inn 1, and Homer Bar
ham 213. Srp Tractor Sales
marked all 4 for the evening ov
er Frantz Tavern. One game to
talled 918. Red Nicolet clouted
209, and Joe Srp a 204. The
Chardon SaSvings Bankers were
in the winners circle, 3 to 1 ov
er Culligans. Hallie Goff rolled
206. Rocco Dragonnette, the
bankers* captain, doesn’t worry
about a thing. Sometimes about
bills he says, but according to
him, even the birds have them.
Rocco smiles from any position
on the prize board. Chardon
Rubber blanked Chuck’s’ Tow
ing.
“VAC” low-cost 2-plow
Tractor and “Eagle Hitch”
Simplest 3-po:nt hook-up you
ever saw.
LATCH-ON l?’P’.EMENTS
Built to hold their depth
HYDRAULIC CONTROL
Regular equipment on the
’’VAC” tractor
Come in and
See Them!
A A Sales and
VAjt Service
NEWBURY
Auto Service
Harold GLleapie
Newbury, Ohio
I
The big ones in the Church
league were Ray Beran’s 202
and Joe Koesel’s 223. Burton
Auto Co. rolled them all from
Gigliotti Contractors. Schinag
les Market scored 4 Midway
Inn 0, and Moonglow Inn 3,
& V Nash 1.
PARKMAN
News by Mrs. Junior Komandt
Women’s Fellowship Meet
The Women’s Fellowship will
hold their regular monthly meet
ing on Monday evening, Feb
ruary 23.
i
Family Nite Supper
There will be a Family Nite
supper on Thursday, February
26, at 6 p.m. It will be in the
form of a pot-luck supper, after
which there will be a short
program in charge of Mrs.
Thelma Ferry.
Holds Instruction Night
Instructions were given when
Phoenix Chapter 329 held its
last regular meeting, February
10. Worthy Matron Cathryn
Moore and Worthy Patron
Chester Warner presided in the
East.
A committee was appointed
to obtain information on cab
inets suitable for the prepara
tion room. The Chapter voted
to contribute $5.00 to the Heart
Fund of the Greater Cleveland
Association, with which Geauga
county is now affiliated. An
nouncement was made concern
ing the flood relief program,
and it was announced that con
tributions of either money or
clothing would be accepted at
Hopkins Dept, store.
The next meeting will be
held Tuesday, Feb. 24.
P. T. A. Meets
Parkman P. T. A. held their
regular meeting on Thursday,
Feb. 12. Twenty members and
one visitor were present. Hazel
Soltis, president, presided over
the meeting during which there
was a great deal of discussion
on the program of the annual
crowning of the queen as well
as a dance, with various booths.
Open house is to be planned
for the month of April in con
nection with the P.T.A. meet
ing. At tfiis time the grades
will exhibit, in their rooms,
work that has been ddne dur
ing the year.
The nominating committee
was voted upon with the fol
lowing persons serving: chair
men, Mr. Mayer, Mrs. Rena
Nelson, Mrs. Joan Shipman,
Mr. Roger Evans, Mr. Frank
Handsel. The committee is
asked to report at the next
meeting.
Following the meeting re
freshments were served by the
committee with Mrs. Julia Sol
tis in charge.
World’s Day of Prayer
The Women’s Fellowship of
Parkman will accept the invi
tation of the Burton Fellowship
to celebrate the World Day of
Prayer with them. This event
will be celebrated Friday, Feb
ruary 20, at the Burton Con
gregational church at 2 p.m.
Bake Sale
There will be a bake sale
Saturday, the 21st, at George’s
store, sponsored by the Wom
en’s Fellowship. It will be held
between 3 and 7 p.m., and all
who are contributing to the
sale are asked to have their
donations in by 2:30 p.m.
Sponsor Basketball Game
Friendship Circle will spon
sor a basketball game Saturday,
February 21, in the school gym.
There will be a women’s game,
Parkman vs. Troy and the
men’s game will be St. Ed
ward’s 'vs. Congregational
church. Refreshments will be on
sale at the game. Admission
10 and 25 cents.
Personals
Mrs. Nellie Owen was quite
ill last week with the flu.
Quality Furniture Upholster
Repairing Refinishing
JUST LIKE NEW
for Your. Comfort!
Reasonable Prices. We pick up
JAMES SIPAN
Phone Chester 4501
NOW-more
Walter Moore, who is in
California, expects to return
around the 20th.
Mrs. Katy Byler was ill last
week with flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dol
ezal left Monday morning for
Florida where they will visit
Mr. Dolezal’s sister and hus­
than ever-
Dodge gives you the most truck
for your money!
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DAN CIN
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The curved bench was the problem in ar
ranging this attractive breakfast comer in
the Robert Prince home on Allynd Boule'
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☆New super-safe brakes!
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trucks, for the best
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band, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes.
Mr. Frank Hosmer was in
Cleveland Clinic last Wednes
day for tests.
The Record Publishes More
Pictures Than Any Other Paper
In Geauga County.
taught by former RKO artist
STAGE SOCIAL CHILDREN ADULTS
classes now forming for second season
American Legion Hall Main Street
Every Friday, 3:30 to 5 p. m.
TONY MARCHETTI
Call Bainbridge 339 or Tower 1-3664
AUTO REPAIRS
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Tools So You
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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
SERVICE STATION OPEN ALL NIGHT
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E. Park St.
Chardon, Ohio
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2 fuel Alters on
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Floating oil intake
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Water distributing tube
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cools valve seats ... means longer valve life.
4-ring pistons on
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Independent parking brake on
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Rivetless Cyclebond brake linings last
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Oriflow shock absorbers
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