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4—GEAUGA RECORD, CHARDON, OHIO, JULY 5, 1956
CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE ■FOR SALE Antique reed or gan. $100.00 Kenmore Dryer, $100.00: 32 ft. extension ladder, $10.00 steel work bench, $20.00 mahogany book case, double glass doors, $35.00 electric broom. land PArk 9-7096. FOR SALE Spire Ila founda tion garments, style and sur gical individualy designed. Free figure analysis. Measured In your own home by former man ager. Write to Box A N c-c Geauga Record, Chardon, O. 35ctf. double roll away bed BOATS Sandusky—Moulded Fiberglass Lonestar Evinrude Motors Tee Nee *Boat Trailers DIEDRICH & CO. Ph 5-8661 Rt. 44 South FOR SALE—Benning hay: clo ver, thimothy. R. Began, Woodin Hill Rd., Chardon 5 4157. TEXAS RANDOM TEST: Hy Llnee are in 1, 2, 3 and 6 place. CENTRAL NEW TEST: Hy Lines are TEST: Hy-Llnes are place. YORK in first n first TEST: 4 place FLORIDA RANDOM Hy-Llnes are in 1 and CALIFORNIA RANDOM TEST: Hy-Llnes are in 4 and 16 place. MISSOURI RANDOM TEST: Group “A” Hy-Lines are in 3 and 4 place MISSOURI RANDOM TEST: Group “B” Hy-Llnes are in 3 and 6 place We have shown you the rank ings of EVERY PEN of Hy Lines in EVERY test we are In not just where we are In first place. See us now ad place your order for a flock of those High Pro fit Makers HY-LINE 9 3 4 (white egg layers). BABY CHICKS all breeds now Arbor Acre White Rocks, heavy breed, also Leg horn chicks now at PRUDEN HATCHERY, Phone HO 6-1773, Geneva, O. 30ctf LISTINGS If you really want to sell your home or farm call or see Donald Ellicock at Country & Suburban for results. Cleveland MA 1-7788 or Chardon 5-4821 THREE COUNTIES TO SERVE YOU Geauga, Ashtabula. Trumbull Homes, Farms, Acreage Cottages Business Opportunities Call H. DAVISON Middlefield 2-2244 Steve Jozsa Realty Orwell, Ohio WANTED Artificial Breeding Techni cian for this area by Ameri ca's largest and fastest grow ing service, American Breed ers Service. Applicant can start part time, works well with a small farm operation. Must have farm background, be dependable, have car and attend 2 week training school Married men 24-50 prefered, others considered. Write Box 18 Marion, Ohio, to arrange interview. MAKE OFFER 1951 Chevy 2-door standard transmission. Directional lights, heater, good tires, battery. New muffler, good clean upholstery, excellent transportation. Need rocker pan els. Robert A. Newberry, Rt. 2 Fowlers Mill Rd. 2x28 HOME FOR SALE—New 1 jors, 533. uv erect ic $10.00. Phone Chester-: story, three bedroom home 2x281 f°r sale. On wooded lot across street from high school. Full FOR SALE 16 inch English basement divided for recreation bike, Phone 5-4511. 2x28 room. Open on Saturdays and Home on Rt. 422 Sundays. Shown evenings by appointment. Paul Safko, 148 Chardon Ave., Phone Chardon awn 6-1354 3x28 FOR SALE in Parkman, white aluminum siding green aluminum ings 28 foot L-shaped living room Venetian blinds full base- FOR SALE One chest of meat oil furnace. Priced for drawers $15.00 one cedar quick sale at $7,000 Phone Park- chest $20.00 one single roll-a man 17F11. Dale Brugmann, way bed $15.00 all n good con Parkman. Ohio, Box 235. 2 28 dition Newbury 1190. E. W. Newman Stone Rd., Newbury. 2x29 FOR SALE Several dresses size 18, $2.50 to $3.00 and 2 at .$500. Phone 5-5411. 2x28. FOR SALE Frigidaire elec tric dryer 2 refrigerators, one Westinghouse, one GE one apart mend gas stove, $10 electric hot plae fire side bench, $5 table $5 Wllloughy 2-1233, 37929 Third St. 2C28 BABY CICKS NOW Parmen ter Rhode Island Reds, Christie & Durgin Hampshires, Holtzap ple and Blue Diamond White Rocks, White Cornish White Rock Cross, heavy laying Bab cock Leghorns- Arbor Acre White Rocks. Nichols and Bit tner Hampshires, White Cronish. 2x27 Also HyLine hybrids. Sexed or „., unsexed. Will brood chicks, 1, FOR SALE Shallow well 2 3 4 weeks on order. New pump. A Lombardi, Bass 4 light infra red brooders $8.60 Lake Rd.. Chardon 5-7152. 2x27 1 to our baby chick customers only. (Complete with blulbs.) FOR SALE Conlon mangle, Good shape, $15.00. 237 Tur ner dr., Lake Aquilla 2x27 FOR SALE—Steel stall shower concrete base, fittings. $20.00, 237 Turner Dr., Lake Aquilla. 2x27 FOR SALE—Ford convertible, as is $50.00 237 Turner dr., Lake Aquilla. 2x27 FOR SALE—20 acres standing hay. clover and timothy, Rt. 6 between Montville and Harts grove. Call Chardon 6-2171. 2x27 FOR SALE Pony with new bridle, saddle and blanket. Frank Block c-o Julian Pott, East Hill Nursery, Mayfield Rd., Chesterland. Phone Park 9-7014 BABY CHICKS HY-LINES LEADIND TN RAN DOM SAMPLE TESTS Below are shown the stand ings of HY-LINES in ALL ran dom sample tests in which they are entered. This Is the latest Informatton available as pf November 18, 1955. Pruden Hatchery, Corner Rt 84 and S. Myers Rd.., Geneva, O hio. Phone HOward 6-1773 Gene va. 27Ctf FOR RENT FOR RENT Three rooms and bath in Hambden, call even ings, 5-4154*. 2x28 FOR RENT Furnished 2 room apartment near Chardon Square Comfortable sitting room and kitchen. Phone Chardon 5-5081. 2x28 FOR RENT Apartment, a bove Ruminating Co. F. W. Wearsch, 108 East Park St. Phone Chardon 5-2158. 27 tf For complete relaxation dur ing your vacation leave Grandpa the baby, junior and the cat at home with me. Irene L. Gage, practical nurse. Phone Thomp son 2881 or Chardon 5-2195. 2x28 WANTED Carpenter to build addition to a small house and addition to a barn. Roy Rajki, Claridon Center. 2x28 WANTED Housework by the day. Experienced. Need trans portation. Phone Chardon 5-7303. 2x28 FOR RENT 4 room apart ment in Chesterland. Phone PArk 9-7162 1x27 FOR RENT Three room mo dern apartment in Chardon Suitable for couple or working girls. Phone field 2-2701, WANTED WANTED—Good 1 week old kittens. Phone 5 9433 128 Ferris Ave. Listings We have buyers for your farms, homes, acre' age and building sites. Eging Realty, Realtors 112 E. Park Chardon 5-7671 Rd. 5ctf WANTED—Brake and front end mechanic, full time in new Firestone Service Store open ing soon’ in Chardon. Phone 6 5961. 2x27 POSITION WANTED FEMALE Part time clerical, drafting or reception work, evenings or weekends. Eight years exper ience. Chardon 6-5081. 2x27 WANTED—Small size bicycle, 18-20 inch. Call Montville 3747. 2x27 WANTED—Good home for part German Shepherd and collie pups. 5:30 week ville. Call Montville 3623 after week days, anytime on ends. Robt. Card, Mont 2x27 Room, lady. 2x27 WANTED TO RENT live in with elderly Phone Montville 3493. WANTED—Two cooks or wo men with interest in kitchen work, to do general cooking, some baking, etc., Prefer wi dow or one without children. Could live in Welshfield Inn, Welshfield, Ohio. Phone Bur ton, TEmple 4-4164. 28tf Hospital Auxiliary Meet MUNSON The annual din-. chose health and a short original ner of the Women’s Hospital Aux skit was produced by the youth iliary will* be held on Thursday, of our Grange. It was entitled July 12, at 7:00 p.m. at the “ViG-O-Mine” and each mem Huntsburg School cafeteria. Ti- ber of the cast represented a ckets for reservation are to be vitamin. The cast included Nan ni by July 6. Please call Mrs.icy Friel, Patricia Safko, Lois Abbie Rogers at Chardon 5-8276 Fink. Rosemary Beckwith. Jqan for your reservations. Huntsburg Kieffer, Susan Ponyik, Merton School is on Route 528, south of Beckwith. Ronald Walsh, Mayfield Goodworkers Munson The next meeting of son Goodworkers will Friday night, July 6, p.m. at the hoe of Robert Bod- Deputy and Matron. Winnng the dy. Please bring your sales tax contest for the biggest smile stamps. They are having a fish- was Brother Gene Kachkowsky ing party for recreation. Munson Grange News our Grange girls Volunteers were asked to help with the dinner for the hospital pledge. Mrs. Frank J. Fink, Mrs. Lester Esmonde, Mrs. Arthur Grossman, Mrs. An na Warner, Mrs. Patrick Walsh and Mrs. Willard Herrington will assist Mrs. Kachkowsky on the Committee. Community Service projects reports were given. Reports of degree meeting at Montvile June 13 and Pomona meeting at Munson June 16 were given. The collection of canned goods for the Magnetic Springs Foun dation, sponsored by the Grang- the Mun- was read and everyone pres be held ent had their smile measured at 7:00 with a tape-line by the visiting WANTED REliable Chardon (Correspondent’s note-In the woman needed to baby sit 5 last write-up of the Merry Mix days for 2 pre-school girls while ers- 1 wrote that Barbara No mother is in the hospital. Re- zar ,ri-ade a meat loaf, but it j,m rea ferences required. Phone Char- was yeast don 6-5041. 1x27 WANTED Ironings to do in my home. 106 Huntington St. tw) Phone 5-8343 2x29 Middle-| 2x28 NOTICE NOTICE Sneet metal work, stove pipe, furnace pipe, evap orators, sugar makers equipment hOrn^. f°r Lawn Mowers sharpened in sea 5-, son parks & Barker, Chardon, 2x27 i O 38tf ShW FILING Retoothing— Make that old hand saw like new Grind Axes, Knives, scissors, all Small Tools FRANK M. PHILLIPS, Chardon 5-P268 39ctf NOTICE ALCOHOLICS AN NONYMOUS Persons having drinking problems, call Mont ville 3348, Bax 102 Rt 4, Char don. Will be contacted. Slctf. CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We with to thank Rev. Car ney, Ritondaro Funeral Home, friends, neighbors and relatives for their prayers, sympathy and help at the time of the loss of our son and brother, David La Do w. Mr. and Ms. C. Swift. Brothers and Ssters lp27 IN MEMORIUM In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mary WANTED Nursery school tea- Mazny who passed away July ...... .... 6 1949. What is home without a moth er, cher in September, out of town State training and ex perience. Box EB Geauga Re cord- lp26 What are all the joys we meet, When your loving heart no longer Greets the coming of our feet? Dearest mother, how we miss you, Since from earth you passed a way. our hearts are aching And sorely As we Just And you could have lived your best, think of you today, when life was sweetest. The gates of heaven opened, And God took you home to rest. We watched you slowly fade away, God watched you from his door, We prayed so hard for you to stay, But you’re not with us any more. Loving children and grandchil dren. 1C27 Ed ward Walsh. To further carry out the theme of health, a po em “The Value of a ’smile” for the men and Sister Yolanda Thomas for the ladies. A word game and relay fol lowed and the program closed Munson Grange met at the church annex, Wednesday. June 27, with thirty-four present. This with a lively song in which all was the annual inspection night, participated. The next regular The County Grange Deputy and meeting will be held July 11, Matron, Brother and Sister Blair 8:30 p.m. in the church annex, were present to inspect the books. The home econom i Munson Pre-School Parents chairman announced that the The next regular meeting of Fleischman Yeast baking books the Munson Pre-School Parents were here. They sell for 25 cents Group will be held tonight July Also the registration slips for 5. The group are going to have a entry in the National Grange Wool Contest could be obtained ers Mill School on Saturday, Ju from here. lemonade social at the Fowl- ly 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. At this lemonade social, the new owner Several of are entering the contest, which of the portable TV and the e is open to all girls from 14 to lectric fry pan wll be known. 22 years. They do not havq, to The group is also having a be Grange members to enter, bake sale at Chuck’s Welding Contact Mrs. Gene Kachkowsky Shop on Route 322 near Bass at Park 9-7137 if you are inter ested. Lake Rd. on Sunday, July 8, starting at 1:00 p.m. So don’t forget these two activities that the group are having this week end, they need your support. 4-H Silver Threaders The Silver Threaders met on Monday, June 25, at the home of Margie Hill. Bonnie McNeel ey and Margie Hill gave a de monstraton on how to make a button hole. Joyce Paine, Xlee Steele. Marie Ponyik and Pat Brown were picked to work on the constitution. Janet Sulc and Joyce Johnson made a cover for the club pro gram. Games were played and -n t, Margie Hill served refresh ?gon ments- N«t meeting will be held at the home of Janet Sulc on Monday, July 2. Janet lives on Route 44. at the October meeting of Po mona. Tentative plans for a pic nic were made and the Worthy Master Arthur Grossman Jr., the Lecturer, Dolores Fink and the Overseer Gene Kachkowsky will serve as the picnic com mittee. ‘,tcrary pr°8ara“„ “f Barbara Nozar. Wendy Bob with group singing. As the theme 1- ... for her program the lecturer HELP WANTED Will give it was very good. woman good home, $10 per week for light house work 4 hours a day, 6 days per week. Wlloughby 2-1233. 37929 Third St. 2C28 WANTED Roomer, would fur nish part board and use of gar age. Cliff Moss Huntsburg, Ohio. Phone E. Claridon 6-6466 2x28 FOR SALE Two Fox Terrier pups. Cliff Noss, Huntsburg, Ohio. Phone E. Claridon 6-6466. 2x28 4-H Munson Merry Mixers The meeting of the Munson Merry Mixers was held on Thursday, June 28. at the home bitt gave a demonstration' on how to make muffins for the first time. All the girls agreed Marie Ponyik gave a demon stration on how to wash dishes and Sheila Walsh gave a de monstration on how to cut fruit and nuts on a board to prevent cutting ones fingers, for health and safety. Our thanks to Barbara Nozar the club's pro gram has been named. Wendy Bobbitt and Pat Brown served refreshments. The next meeting will be held Thursday, July 5, at the home of Mrs. James No zar. rolls, slipping. I’m sorry either one sounds to me.) 4-H ny Barbara, but pretty good Northwest Dairymen The fifth meeting of the North west Dairymen was held at the home of Albert Writright on June 26. Nine attended the meeting. After the meeting was ad journed, refreshments were ser ved For recreation they payed kick ball, the score was 25-22. The next meeting will be held at the home of Kenny Peter son on Tuesday. July 16. Building Permits Issued Joseph Gruden, addition. Parkside and Wilbert Rds. Ro bert Smolik, residence Basswood Dr. Donald S. Linton, residence. Mulberry Rd. Anniversary Celebration Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tverg yak, of Route 44, celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, June 27. All their sons and daughters and in-laws and 13 grandchildren were able to be present with the exception of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tvergyak and their son who is in the Navy. Those present to the supper prepared by their daughters and daughters-in-law to wich their “folks” many more years of happiness were: Mr. and Steve Tvergyak, Mr. and Joseph Tvergyak, Jr., Mr. Mrs. Paul Tvergyak, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Mrs. Mrs. and and Mr. and Joseph Szuszkienicz. Mrs. John Ritondaro Agnes Tvergyak, and of course all the grandchildren. This and That Mrs. Rose Krajzel returned home from the Doctor’s Hospital on Sunday morning, for a while she is going to be taking life easy. She wishes to thank all her friends for all her cards and flowers. Mr. Bill Herrington of Bass Lake Rd. is up and around now, and is feeling much better. Pat Brown, Joyce Johnson. Cindy Brown, Nancy Hawkins are going camping for one week at Camp P-Chi on Wison MiUs Rd. By the way, it was Diane Pon yik that went to Camp White wood the week of June 17 in stead of Marie Ponyik. Nancy Friel came home from St. Luke’s Hospital on Saturday June 30, she will be able to Couple Wins TV Set Ross Armstrong, proprietor of Ross Rexall Drugs, congratulates Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brugge, Chardon, winners of the 21 inch television set given awAy during the drug store’s recent grand opening. Other winners wereMrs. R. Smith, Chardon Mrs. George Phillips, Montville and George S. Baker, Hunts burg. MEN IN SER VICE Roy O. Jones, fireman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Jones of Route 1, Chardon, Ohio is serving aboard the light cruis er USS Worcester which is scheduled to return to Long Beach, Calif., July 9 after a four-month tour of duty n the Western Pacific. The warship cooperated with the 7th Fleet and engaged in several fleet maneuvers. During the tour, the Worcester visited Japan, Hong Kong, Man ila and Hawaii. PVC Dale D. Dryer, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Dryer, Rt. 4, Chardon, is a member of the 11th Arborne Division in Ger mny. Dryer, a construction special ist in 3d Battalion Headquarters Company of the division’s 188th Airborne Infantry Regiment, ar rived overseas on this tour of duty in March of entered the Army are the Combat Badge and the Badge. this year. He in April 1954. Infantryman Parachutist FORT GORDON. GA. PFC Robert W. Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Conley, Route 1, Huntsburg, recently was grad uated from the field radio re pair course at the Army’s South eastern Signal School, Fort Gor don, Ga. The 25-week course trained Conely in the fundamentals of electricity and radio, the service and repair of radio transmitters and receivers and the use of be home for her birthday after all oh July 5, so happy birthday, Nancy. Nancy Friel was award ed a $150.00 scholarship to O hio University. Congratulations! Geauga Record Chardon, Ohio Please run the following ad FREE. YOUR NAME radio testing equipment. Conley entered the Army in September 1955 and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kan. The eighteen-year-old soldier was graduated from Thompson High School in 1954. PFC. LEONARD C. DINGERS Pfc. Leonard C. Dingers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Din gers of Route 4, Chardon, ar rived at Iwakuni, Japan, June 8 for duty with the 1st Marine Air craft Wing. Pretty much all the honest truthtelling is done by Thig blank must be used for FREE Want ads. Munson Folk Plan forciase ^[JecLs J/ameS I -i the world there is in children. Thoreau off until will keep never put Children tomorrow that which them out of bed tonight. Glen Preston Burns Mr. James Alvord, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Alvord of Char don arid Mfes Jeanette Haase. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Haase, were marred June 30 in the Chardon Methodist church. The Rev. Harry A, Carney performed the ceremony at 2:20 p.m. The double ring ceremony was used. The chancel of the church was decorated With the seven branch candelabra, banked with palms and two large urns of white roses. Mrs. Ernest Johnson was at the organ. Mr. Henry Dreger, a fraternity brother of the Love You Truly,” and “At Daw ning”. The bride’s dress was white lace forming the long sleeves and basque waist and forming deep scalloped points below the waist line. The skirt was hooped with many tiers of tulle over white satin. Her veil was held in place with a tiny hat set with pearls. The bridal corsage was white roses. Mrs. John Hess served as ma tron of honor for her sister. A younger sister, Joycellen, was flower girl. The bridesmaids were Miss Susan Alvord, the groom’s Sister, and Mrs. Emil Cerbin of Ashtabula. Their- dresses were soft blue and were many layers of tulle with tiny jackets and matching headbands. Their corsages were pink rose buds nestled in a fluff of pink net. The best man was Mr. Paul Elsten, a senior at Bowling Green University. The others, Mr. Alan Carpenter and Mr. Rick Harter, are fraternity bro thers of the groom at Ohio State University. The two ushers, Cifford Haase, the bride’s brother, and Ronald Johnson, a junior at Wooster College, were attired in 4-H NEWS REPORT At the 4-H Snipper meeting held at the Paltsy WaUIjs, the Refreshments were served, af ter the girls finished sewing. FREE WANT AD FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW and MAIL TO US FOR FREE TRIAL WANT AD. NOT AVAILABLE TO DEALERS YOUR ADDRESS ... MAW Snappers home of tjasurer, Thelma Johnson reported that the bake sale was a success. Roll Qall was answered by naming articles needed at samp other than clothes. Independence Day place tray cards for Corey Hospitals are due at the next meetng which will be held ai,4he home of Kay Wollpert. The son the 4-H at the Geauga Extension Office, in Burton. Junior Leader, Ellen John is in charge of seeing that donation of $5.00 for the Foundation, is turned in Demonstrations were given by Jane Diedrich, how to knot, Bar bara Lawson, how to sew on a button Kay Wolpert, how to I gather. Girls that displayed their fin sihed projects were Ruth Ann and Linda Keller with a baby bib and tablecloth. WANTED MEN—WOMEN SPARE TIME—FULL TIME Nationally operating company opening new outlets for WHOLE: SALE merchandise such as NUTS, GUM. CANDIES CIGAR ETTES, COFFEE, ETC-, and featuring the nationally advertised HAV-A-LIFT, sold in your area only through our machines YOU DO NOT BUY MACHINES! We will supply brand new MODERN machines ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. NO SELLING OR SOLICITING necessary as our representative ob tains all locations. A CASH INVESTMENT of $640.00 or more is necessary this is SECURED by inventory. THIS IS NOT A GET RICH QUICK business, but should give you a STEADY, PROFITABLE income for the rest of your life. If you have 6 hours per w’eek to spare, are of excellent character and credit standings, own a car, have the necessary capital and a sincere desire for financial security then wrrite at once for interview with factory representative include phone and address. ARAGON INDUSTRIES, 913 Rush Si., Chicago 11, Illinois Irratrousers white jackets and navy as were the other attendants. “Jim” and “Nettie” are tak ing a two week’s trip to Florida. One week of their trip will be spent at The Pelican Apart ments at Delray Beach, Florida. After September 1, they will have an apartment in Columbus. The reception for the wedding guests was given by Mr. and Mrs. Haase at the Alvord home, 130 Moffet Ave. Guests attending included Mrs. Kenneth MacNaughton and Mary Lynn MacNaughton of Bronxville, N. Y., Mrs. Douglas Kramer, of Derby, Colo., and others from Wooster, Kent, and Cleveland. Mrs. Emil Cerbin honored Miss Haase with a shower at her apartment in Ashtabula. Guests included the mother of the bride and groom, and em ployees of the Geneva Savings Bank Company. Mrs. Newton Chapman gave a luncheon shower at her home on Claridon Rd. Guests inclu ded the family of the bride and relatives of the groom and a few friends. The groom will enter the Ag riculture College of Ohio State University for his senior year. The bride is a teller at the Gen eva Savings Bank. Both gradu ated from high school in 1953. The Women’s Auxiliary of St. Martin’s Episcopal Churck is having a dessert bridge party on Wednesday, July 11, at Mrs. Livingston Rumsey’s home at Lake Lucerne, at 1:00 p.m. Ln case of inclement weather, the dessert bridge will be held at Bainbridge Community Hall, on Chillicothe Rd. Tickets may be purchased on the premises. CHARDON METHODIST Church News Harry A. Carney, Pastor Paul Bidgood. Church School Superintendent. Church School 9:15 a.m. Mor ning Worship 10:30 a.m. Mrs. R. Chapman will supervise the nur sery this coming Sunday. Mr. Hal Burr will be guest soloist at the morning worship. July 8. 3:15 p.m. The Senior and Intermediate Met o i s Youth Fellowship will be guests of the Ashtabula MYF. Meet in front of the church, bring some cash for refreshments. Al so Raccoon Creek Camp pic tures to show. July 11, 7:00 p.m. Commission on Finance. 8:00 p.m .Official Board Meets. 9 to 14, Rustic Work at our new Methodist Camp Asbury at Hiram. July Camp Camp, Open to those in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades next year, or those just graduated from high school. If interested, please contact Mr. Carney immediately.