Newspaper Page Text
News bv Delia Carver For Hattie King Phone 5-4112 Callers at the Luther-Kaiser home were Mrs. June Rust, NEWS from HAMBDEN Painesville, and Mrs. Blanch Pickett, Montville. Guests at the Robert Murray home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher and children, Mrs. Ralph Hanna from Warrensville Hgts., Aquarius Qub Bake Sale at Thrasher’s Market SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Starting at 10 a.m. This ad sponsored as a public service by BURR FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Telephone Chardon 5-2182 x'V Qualify f/Xamoncls ale d)elfynffully ffewatolinq Enjoy lifelong satisfaction definitely knowing the diamond you select here is free from flaws has fine color and brilliant, perfect cutting car —best built, too! It will stay young for years! Ford In Daineavilla 91 Yean Rapimercd Jewtle» Aiacrican G»m Soci-^T Ford sets the style Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. James Ketcham, Mr. Joseph Hattie and Mr. and Mrs. William Buck holtz of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. eHrbert Stein gass were in New Castle, Pa., Tuesday to attend a meeting for turkey growers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Steingass and son David and daughter I Nancy spent Friday at the mu i seum of Natural History in Cleveland. Hambden Grange officers meeting was held with Worthy Master Steingass and wife Mon day evening. A workable plan for each month of the year was scheduled, the first for March. The box social and dance will be March 7. Congregational Ladies Aid, held with Mrs. Vance, had a good attendance. After prayer and Bible story by our chaplain Mollie Carver, apron material and stamped goods were given out for work for the bazaar. It was voted to buy a five dollar health bond. The Aid’s next project: They are planning to have the inside of the Congre gational church painted, work to start soon. The hostess served a dainty lunch. Miss Nina Carver spent Tues day night at Miss Jean Dulav a’s. Miss Arlene Stone of Mont- ville was a guest of Miss Norma Carver, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Zikany and Mr and Mrs. James Kraul ey spent Saturday evening with friends in Eastlake. The Hambden trustees have hired the shingling finished on the Town Hall. It makes the building look much better and the garage was a good addition and much needed. Further addi tions to the hall are being con sidered. Miss Susan Krejci and Miss Sharoh Blaha danced and enter tained Saturday evening at a Mother and Daughter banquet at the Masonic Lodge in Chagrin Falls. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Judd and family were entertained at din ner, recently at Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stanton’s, Huntsburg, hon oring Paul on his return from service in Korea. Mr§. Phy!is McDonald. Cleve land. and Mrs. Peggy Hoffman and daughter of Munson, spent Sunday at the home of their par ents. Mr. and Mrs. George Bos worth. The Bosworths had a let ter from their son. Albert, who is on a southern trip. He was in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Grosvenor were visitors at the Bosworth homo Monday eve ning. Miss Kay Mayle and Teddy W^dse gave a party at the Mer ritt Wedge home Saturday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zikursh and family of Cleveland were enter tained at the Cast ora home Sat urday evening in honor of Don I a’d Castora’s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Smith and Mrs Vernie Smith called on Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koehler at Mantua, recently. William Dr^ymann came to his home from Huran Road hos pital, Friday. Jerome Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Robinson, was brought home from St. Luke’s hospital, Monday. Mr. William Mahaffey and Mr. Wilbur Robinson attended a Scout district meeting in Bur ton, Wednesday Wevening. Mr. Mahaffey has been working with It’s lower-looking, longer-looking, wider-looking and Ford’s Crestmark Bodies are the most beautiful in any loW-priced It’® hard to believe that Ford is one of America*® lowest priced car® when you see that huge, curved one-piece windshield ... and those smartly styled interiors, blended with outside colors! It*® even harder to believe when you take a Test Drive and /rel the comfort of Ford*® amazing new Wnn/Ur Bid* Yes, years from today,f your *53 Ford will’com mand admiring glances. For it*® styled ahead—and built for keeps. Your eyes will tell you the quality of the beautiful Baked Enamel finishes finishes that will keep their new-car complexion for year®. Your fingertips will tell you that there is seamless construc tion where many other cars have seams. Bodie® are hull-tight to seal out weather, dust and noise, WMa Mewol Hr*» opHonol at •«*ra cart. McBRIDE BROTHERS FORD MERCURY SALES & SERVICE E. PARK ST. CHARDON Eqrtpm**, occcNoriM ond Ma 'vbfcct la dwafla wikart ocUm 1 NMA Practicing for Operetta the Boy Scouts in Hambden eight years. His name was mis sed in a recent report. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stein gass attended a mass Grange meeting at South Russell, Fri day, where Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmons took the second de Igree. The P.T.A. bake sale was very scuccessful. Over $65 was turn ed ove rto the treasurer. Mrs. Bagley. Mrs Jcannettee Wood in, president, wishes all who helped in any way to know of her appreciation. Mrs. Maxine Carver, Mrs. Florence Landon and Mrs. Bernice Dreymann, with Mrs. W’oodin, were sales ladies, at the Schinagle and thrasher stores. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmins attended a wedding in Pennsyl i vania, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carver entertained the Scout committee men and their wives, Thursday evening.. Harrtbden leaders and committeemen will be hosts to Geauga Scout Round Table, Feb. 18. The Boy Scouts enjoyed a trip to the Y pool at Painesville the first and third Wednesday eve nings of the month, accompan ied by leaders or assistant lead er arid a committeeman. Mrs. V. P. Jones spent ten days with her daughter and son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfe, and helped them move from Cleveland to Holbroke I Heights, N. J. She took care of the young grandchild After her return she had these guests Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lack ey and three daughters of Cha grin Falls, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lackey and two daughters of Mayfield Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wedge had as their supper guests Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowman and son Spencer. They talked with their son Keith. He has finishe dhis eight weeks of basic training and his new ad dress is: Pvt. Merritt Keith Wedge, U S. 52263733 Co. A, 76 Med. Bn. C.C A. Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs| Steve Loveland and family were in Painesville Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Loveland and took i Miss Virginia Loveland and Mrs. I Hazel Loveland from there to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- i I bur Synder in Willoughby. Mr. and Mrs. John Carver were in Chagrin Falls Sunday to attend a birthday dinner honor ing her brother Lloyd, at Mrs. Lloyd Ditto’s. The Carvers call ed in Chester on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hudson. Mrs. Hudson has just returned from Women’s hos pital with her infant son, Dale Allen ,a grand nephew of Mrs. Carver. Mrs. Lloyd Grantham has un dergone another operation at the hospital in Cleveland and is in a serious condition at this writing. i i 3S PRACTICING vocal arrangement! for the operetta "The Mocking Bird" are Miss Anna Dunn, music director, at the piano, and Bob Chaney and Beverly Seaman, vocalising. The operetta will be presented by the Chardon high school Glee Club on Friday and Saturday, March 6 and 7, in the school y auditorium. Photo by Dave Sanborn. South Newbury News by Lucy Simpson Phone Newbury 844. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Walker and son of Burton, visited Mrs. Kate Green. Sunday. William Barkhauer and Harvey Green of Shalersville were there one day last week. Mrs. Clyde Munn was taken to Lakeside hospital last week for treatment. Her many friends are hoping for her speedy re covery. Mrs. Leland Gore is reported to be recovering nicely at her home following surgery at St Luke’s hospital two weeks ago. Mrs. Lucy Simpson spent the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs. Russell Simpson at Fullertow’n and with them was entertained for Saturday supper by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fay at their home on Stone road. On Sunday the Fays entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Sisler and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sisler and children of Medina. The Sisler family were residents of Snow road before moving to Medina. Latest news from James Baker is that he is not on the way home, as he had been re ported, but is back with his company on the fighting fFont in Korea. ----------------------------V The Welcome Wagon Hostess Will Knock on Your Door with Gifts & Greetings front Friendly Business Neighbors and Your Civic and Social Welfare Leaders Ou Mr kew/fa Our service is built on a sympathetic understanding of your burden and a sincere wish to do all possible to ease that burden. Th® Birth of a Baby BistooaA BirBdayi BagagM®aMtAa*®una®m®fit go roakiauM Arrival® of Nawaemar® ta Qty Mrs. Betsy Schrader Telephone Chardon 5-8176 fWa ft Vr itondaro FuneralHome Chardon, Ohio 1 NEWS AQUILLA News by Hrrief Minman Phone Chardon 5-7226 Mrs. Marion Greene’s father, Mr. E. B. Tinker, passed away last week at his home in Eustis, Fla., and was brought back to Chester to be buried. Mrs. E B. Tinker will stay with Mrs Greene for a week, then go to Ashland to a son’s home for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas of Turner drive took their chil dren to the circus last week. Linda Thomas celebrated her 7th birthday by wearing a bath robe all day Monday. She has a very bad cold. A surprise birthday party was given for Lester Hall, Sunday, whose home is in Chester and formerly of Turner drive. Pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kral from Aquilla, Mr. and Mrs Warren Geil and children from Hambden, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Antone and daughter from New bury, Leon Hall, brother of Les ter and William Van Vleet A lovely dinner was served con sisting of roast turkey and all the trimmings. Many nice gifts were received. A Carl Barber was home & il TClld s' W- z. I $ from “Reis” Underwear mens tailored wear in fine combed cotton Men's Shop, Street Floor Scandals You get more in Reis Scandals. You'll appreci' ate the patent dart pouch for healthy, mild support that fights fa* tigue. A LONG WIARING ELASTIC CONCEAL!© ®LY OKNINQ CONFORMED LEO OFENINO FOR SNUO NON-SAG •DART POUCH THE RECORD, CHARDON, O., FEBRUARY 19, 1953—3 from Great Lakes over the week end. Mrs. Carl Meyer, Sr., has been in Corey hospital for over a week and is getting along fairly well. She expects to be home shortly. Mrs. Lillian Richards and son, Brian, daughter-in-law, May Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stokes attended the circus last week. A farewel party was held at the home of Pvt. Harley Rich ards, Sunday, as he is leaving for San Francisco Friday noon and will report at noon Monday, as he is going to Korea. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Treverne Richards, Mr. and Mrs ’Mad docks, Mrs. Springer, all from Cleveland Mrs. Fay Pitts from Newbury. We all wish Pvt. Harley lots of good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoke were weekend guests of the Dave Richards. Guests of the Carl Kuntz on Cutts Rd., were John and Har riet Minman, Sunday. Cpl. John Minman left Bor deaux, Franco, Feb. 3, for Bre /co PAN Y 165 MAIN STREET PAINESVILLE merhaven, Germany, and ex pected to leave immediately for the States'. Due to the heavy snow and floods on the North Sea they were detained and left Feb. 10 for Camp Kilmer, N. J., and will arrive there in about 10 days. Watch and Jewelry Repair—Expert Service DAVID WILLSON ALBERT’S Jewelry Chardon in Chardon it’s Call for, pick-up and delivery service. 518 Water St.-105 South St Chardon 5-2135 in focus for spring Hart Schaffner and Marx handsomely styled in the season's NEW i i r-T-1 155’ 1 rend Silhouette $69.75 5 Spring will be brighter this year. .. in men's fashions, at least. Why not put yourself in the picz ture with new, three tone Houndstooth Check. Colorful .. yet softtoncd i just the righto thing for meh who welcome a change of pace alter winter’s dull days. Handsomely styled in the season’s new “Trend Silhou* ette tall,-slim and athleric looking.'- Bart Sttnifhur 4bMarx i Clot .. /. M6n‘s Shop, Second Floor more value extra oomfort LONGER RISE.HIGH WAIST Undershirts T-Shirts $1.10 $1.00 $125 The Reis Sta put shirt that's cut to follow leg line of Reis Scandals. Fine, absorbent and comfortable. Men’s Shop, Street Floor FRONT CONSTRUCTION FOR SUPPORT 'ITHOUT STRAIN a SHAPED SIDES THAT ASSURE BODY FIT SEAMLESS FULI SEAT COVERAGE Athletic shirts in white cotton, “Perma sized” too. NyIon-strengthened collarette! S, M, ML.