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10—THE RECORD, CHARDON, OHIO, JULY 12, 1956
CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Help Wanted 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. $10.00. Phone Chester land PArk 9-7096. 2x28 FOR SALE 16 inch English bike, Phone 5-4511. 2x28 FOR SALE Home on Rt. 422 in Parkman, w’hite aluminum siding green aluminum awn ings 28 foot L-shaped living room Venetian blinds full base ment oil furnace. Priced for quick sale at $7,000 Phone Park man 17F11. Dale Brugmann. Parkman. Ohio. Box 235. 2 28 FOR SALE Spirella 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-o Geauga Record, Chardon, O. 35ctf. BOATS Sandusky—Moulded Fiberglass Lonestar Evinrude Motors Tee Nee Boat Trailers DIEDRICH & CO. Ph 5-8661 RL 44 South BABY CHICKS HY-LINES LEADIND IN 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 information available as of November 18, 1955. TEXAS RANDOM TEST: Hy Lines are in 1, 2, 3 and 6 place. CENTRAL NEW TEST: Hy Lines are TEST: Hy-Lines are pl&CC. YORK in first n first TEST: 4 place FLORIDA RANDOM Hy-Lines are in 1 and CALIFORNIA RANDOM TEST: Hy-Lines 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-Lines 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 FOR SALE A quantity of various widths and lengths of colonial style hand woven rugs some woolen also braided chair pads and catter rugs. Mrs. Em ma Baumgartner Fairmount Road Novelty Ohio. Phone ED 8-6316. 2x29 FOR SALE —Electrolux sweeper all attachments pop out bag type in perfect condition half price. John Patterson 107 Hunt ington St. Chardon. Ohio. Phone Chardon 5-8482. 2x29 FOR SALE Baby parakeets all colors. Also old birds ready to mate. Every kind of bird e quipment nest boxes cages etc. John Patterson 107 Huntington St. Chardon Ohio. Phone Char don 5-8482. 2x29 FOR SALE Large home on corner of Bass Lake and Stone Rd. Main house has 4 bedrooms 2*/2 baths, 2 kitchens. Two guest houses with bath, new central heating plant, deep well. Large lovely grounds and black top driveway. Many other exception al features. Inspection by ap pointment only. Phone Newbury 1197. 3X31 FOR SALE One baby bed like new, $18: block and chain tackel. wt. 1000 lbs., $35: 1 baby scale, $10 220 volt electric wel der, $225. Chardon-Windsor Chardon 5-9190. Corner Rt. 608 and Rd. Phone 2x29 FOR SALE Two piece living room set, good condition, so fa and chair, tea rose, make offer conventional wiasher with wringer, make offer. Phone Chardon. 5-5244. Call any time except from F’riday, 9:00 p.m. to Saturday 9:00 p.m. 2x30 FOR SALE One 42” electric stove, 4 burners, 18” oven 1 11 cu. ft. electric refrigerator with automatic defroster, 1 set stationary tubs with stand, all in good condition. John Minman, 170 Turner Dr., Aquilla Village. Phone Chardon 5-7226. 2x29 FOR SALE Girl’s 26” Schwinn bicycle, good condi tion, $15.00 Park 9-7689. 2x29 FOR SALE Black raspberries are ready, bring containers and pick. Phone Hazel 8-2443. Howard Hill, first house east of Dayton Rd. on W. Middleridge Rd., Madison. 1C28 IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM H. LaRae Burwell, who died July 15, 1949. Vaughan Burwell and chil dren. 1P28 HELP WANTED Will give woman good home, $10 per week for light house work 4 hours a day, 6 days per week. WHoughby 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. WANTED Ironings to do in my home. 106 Huntington St. Phone 5-8343. 2x29 MALE HELP WANTED Two good furnace and sheet metal mechanics to work on east side. Union scale and other bene fits. Phone PO 1-6903 between 6 and 7 p.m. 1C28 NOTICE NOTICE Sheet meta) work, stove pipe, furnace pipe, evap orators, sugarmakers equipment Lawn Mowers sharpened in sea son. Parks & Barker, Chardon, O. 38tf. SAW FILING Retoo thing— Make that old hand saw like new Grind Axes, Knives, scissors, all Small Tools. FRANK M. PHILLIPS, Chardon 5-P268 39ctf LISTINGS If you really want to sell your home or farm cal) or see Donald Ellicock at Country & Suburban for results. Cleveland MA 1-7788 or Chardon 5-4821 NOTICE ALCOHOLICS AN NONYMOUS Persons having drinking problems, call Mont ville 3348, Box 102 Rt. 4, Char don. Will be contacted. Flctf. 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 story, three bedroom home for sale- On wooded lot across street from high school. Full basement divided for recreation room. Open on Saturdays and Sundays. Shown evenings by appointment. Paul Safko, 148 Chardon Ave., Phone Chardon 6-1354 3x28 FOR SALE One chest of drawers $15.00 one1 cedar chest $20.00 one single roll-a way bed $15.00 all n good con 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 double roll away mend gas stove, $10 hot plae fire side bench, $5 table $5 Wllloughy 2-1233, 37929 Third St. 2C28 GE one bed apart electric 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. Also HyLine hybrids. Sexed or unsexed. Will brood chicks, 1. 2, 3. 4 weeks on order. New 4 light infra red brooders $8.60 to our baby chick customers only. (Complete with blulbs.i Pruden Hatchery, Corner Rt. 84 and S. Myers Rd., Geneva, O hio. Phone Howard 6-1773 Gene va. 27Ctf THREE COUNTIES TO SERVE YOU Geauga. Ashtabula, Trumbull Homes, Farms, Acreage Cottages Business Opportunities Call H. DAVISON Middlefield 2-2244 Sieve Jozsa Realty Orwell, Ohio CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We* wish to thank our many friends, neighbors, and relatives for their many acts of kindness and thoughfulness during the loss of our son. Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trask. 1C28 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. 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 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 REN? Three room mo dern apartment in Chardon. Suitable for couple or two working girls. Phone Middle field 2-2701. 2x28 FOR RENT Completely mod ern three rooms on Main St. in Chardon. Suitable for office and apartment combination, or residence for two working girls or couple. Call Middlefield 2 2701. 2 X29 Lost & Found FOUND Small male Airedale puppy, PArk 9-7966. 2x29 WANTED We have buyers for your farms, homes, acre* age and building sites. Eg1ng Realty, Realtor. 112 E. Park Chardon 5-7871 5ctf 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 Welshfield, Ohio. Phone ton, TEmple 4-4164. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX BUDGET Two copies of the Tax Budget as tentatively adopted for the County of Geauga in Chardon, Ohio, are on file in the office of the Board of County Commis sioners of said Geauga County. These are for public inspection and a Public Hearing on said Budget will be held at the Com missioner’s Office in said Coun ty, on the 13th day of August, 1956, at 10 o’clock A.M. Wilma F. Kronk Commissioner’s Clerk R1C28 STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT of COMMERCE DIVISION OF INSURANCE Certificate of Compliance The undersigned, SUPERIN TENDENT OF INSURANCE OF THE STATE OF OHIO, hereby certifies that SUN LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY OF AMERI CA whose principal office is lo cated at Baltimore, State of revo ve n swings held in the Maryland, has complied with mouths of giant elephants. Boist the laws of this State applicable terous clowns and hundreds of to it and is authorized during people and animals participate the current year to transact in this State its appropriate bus ines of insurance. Its financial condition is shown by its annual statement to have been as follows on December 31. 1955: Aggregate a mount of avilable assets, $82,501,725.52 Aggregate a mount of liabilities (except capital!, including reinsur ance reserve, 75.986,487.71 6.515,237.81 Net asets. Amount of actu al paid up capital Surplus, Income for the year, 2,120.000.00 4,395,237.81 15.720,452.19' Expenditures for the year, July 1, 1956 02797 $**1 and 00 cts 9,771,424.77 **788 In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my seal at Columbus, Ohio, date. to be affixed this day and August Pryatel Superintendent of Ohio. Insurance of R1C28 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposal bids will be received by the Trustees of the Board of Public Affairs of the Village of Chardon at the office of the Clerk-Treasurer of said Village, until 12 o’clock noon E. D.T. July 30, 1956, for the con struction of a sanitary sewer line, with appurtenances thereto, from the existing Chardon Vil lage Sewage Disposal Plant southerly approximately along the east line of said Village and then southwesterly to a point about 300 feet south of South Hambden Street. Size of pipe sewer, 20” and 24”, total length approximately 2.900 feet. Each bidder shall submit with his bid, a certified check, or proposal bond, in an amount of five hundred ($500. dollars, pay able to the Clerk-Treasurer of Chardon Village, as surety that if the proposal or bid be accep ted, a contract will be entered into, and satisfactorily secured, $545 Your Chevrolet Dealer Ringling Bros. Circus will Open in Akron Friday Boasting a host of new Europ ean and Asiatic acts and more lavishly staged and costumed than ever before in its history the Greatest Show on Earth’s outstanding spectacle this year is oay It With Powers,” a $300,000 production, which is just one of- the many highlights that will be seen when the Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Cir cus begins its run in Akron. The Big Show will be seen in the following cities and dates in Ohio: July 12, Youngstown, July 13, Akron July 14, Canton July 15, Alliance July 18, Zanes viller July 19. Columbus July 20, Springfield July 21. Dayton and July 22, Middle town. Performances will be Inn, Bur 28tf Aug WANTED TO RENT By ust 1st, 4 room apartment 2 adults call 8 to 12 a.m. Char- held twice daily at 2:15 and 8:15. with doors opening a lull hour before the big show starts in order to allow time to visit the world’s largest traveling men agerie. Three other new spectables highlight the 1956 edition of the Big Show. In ^addition to “Say It With Flowers”, “Ringling Rock N’ Roll’ is a charming fantasy with the enormous herd of more than 50 elephants as the biggest participants. Forty of the huge pachyderms rock n’ roll to authentic jungle tunes played by an 1-piece baby ele phant band. Battalions of tiful girls and a troupe of ing boys make this huge acle literally the biggest number ever produced. “Mexicanorama,” the spectacle, this year will feature bevies of maracas-playing beau ties swinging high in the air in a ballet built around a Latin motif. Beautiful Pinito Del Oro. Spanish mistress of the high tra peze, will be the central ure in this utterly beautiful duction, performing to the ing strains of “Dolores’ “My Darling.” beau danc- spect dance aerial fig pro- lilt and en- The tremendous finale, titled “Hoop Dee Doo,” lovely extravaganza, a gay pep permint candy party in the A merican tradition. Pretty girls ■—l.e in swings held in the is a to the stirring music of the marching Ringling Band. A host of new acts brought to America for the first time Ringling North will thrill and a rnaze spectators this year. Outstanding among these are Dschapur and Rutha, Asiatic stars who will be seen in a most unusual equilibristic dis play the Five Verdus, balanc ing wizards on giant balls Les Arturos, marvels of balance, and the Three Robertes, Italian com edians in acrobatic frivolities. Titos, who literally walks on his head also is being seen for the first time in America, as are the Canestrellis, astounding foot balancing artists, and the Della Chiesas, world’s fastest B-O Pays $16,500 The Baltimore and Ohio Rail road will send a check on July 16 for $16,521.87 to the treasurer ol Geauga County at Chardon, Ohio. This check is in payment of the railroad’s property taxes in the county for the second half of 1955. For the entire year of 1955, the & O’s taxes in Ge- The & O system toal tax bil for 1955 was $26,961,163 or income of $23,918,782. with the said Village. Copies of the plans and spec ifications are on file with the Village Clerk-Treasurer. Proposals shall be submitted only on blank forms, provided for that purpose by the Clerk Treasurer. Address proposals to “Jennie C. Davidson, Clerk-Treasurer, Chardon. Ohio”, endorsing there on "Proposal for sanitary sew er”. The Board of Public Affairs reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Trustees of Board of Public Affairs of Chr don, Ohio. Jennie C. Davidson, Clerk Treasurer Biggest and Best Selection of Used Cars in Geauga 1952 Chevrolet 1953 Chevrolet McCAHAN MOTOR COMPANY juggling troupe. Returning to the circus by popular demand are the Great Alzanas, high wire wizards su preme, and Roberto De Vascon cellos, most famous of all dres age riders. Other favorite acts include Ta keo Usui, Japanese daredevil who performs a terrifying wire slide Delia Canestrelli, in a thrilling high ladder and rolling globe number the masters of the long and the Four Nocks, form chilling feats swaying spars. 2C29 $795 Corner Cherry & Water Sts., Chardon Corons, bullwhips who per on high Evy and Ilonka Karoly, Hun garian bareback sensations the Marilex Plate Spinners the Naukos, unicycle jumpers the Adanos, jugglers extraordinary the Oliveras, parallel bar ex perts and the Carmenas, head balancing artists, also are on tap. Tonito and Attalina, Spanish tight wire wonders the Rixos, Tumbling Fredonias and the Se guras, superb springboard spec ialists, are other numbers. Two of the most famous fly ing acts in the world will seen this year. They are Sabrejets and the Falcons. be the are Heading the animal acts Trevor Bale’s jungle-bred tigers Alphonse De Jonghe’s human ized chimps Paul Fritz’ lions and Capt. Walter Stone’s mix ed bears. "Plain and Fancy’ Ends Sunday at Musicarnival Some “Plain and Fancy’ gal livanting is going on out on Mu sicarnival’s giant round stage these summer evenings as the city slickers and their country cousins in this hit musical swing into their second week of play ing to packed houses at the lux urious Warrensville Heights tent theater. Sparking the proceedings are William ger as Yorkers serene Bird-in-Hand, abetting them in convulsing the audiences is Joan Kigrig as an independent and winsome Amish lass who takes a fancy to the dashing young man from the Skelton and Libi Stai the sophisticated New who pay a visit to the Amish community of Pa. Aiding and Geauga Record Chardon, Ohio Please run the following ad FREE, "Braza” the famous human ized chimp is shown styling the latest in “Milady’ hat fahion” created epecially for her by Marcel Vertes’ famous Parisian designer. She is just one of the hundieds of animals that will be seen when the Ringling Bros, and Earnum & Bailey Circus makes its appearance in Akron on July 13. The big show this year fea tures four big spectacles includ ing “Say It With Flowers”, “Ringling Rock N’ Roll”, ”Mex icanorama” and “Hoop Dee Doo”. This is in addition to the many other thrilling and excit ing European and Asiatic acts brought to this country by John Ringling North. big city and causes some of the rib-rtickling complications that ensue. PORTRAYING the young lov ers in the show are Renee Orin, wife of the composer. Albert Hague, and Ron Beattie. The patriarch of the Amish Commu nity is being played by New York City Opera star Arthur Newman, who sings the impres sive statement of his people’s cred “Plain We Live.” Other tuneful hits in the show are “Young and Foolish”, a hit parade favorite ballad and “City Mouse. Country Mouse”, in which the Amish women to a bang-up job of comparing their own good old fashioned ways FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW and MAIL TO US FOR FREE TRIAL WANT AD. Montville Birthday Club Meets at Thompson Ledges By Mrs. Mildred Skinner Telephone Montville 3484 MONTVILLE The Senior Birthday Club members enjoyed a picnic supper at Thompson Ledges Saturday, evening. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kemmer, Mrs. Grace Pier from Painesville, Mr. and Mrs. John Twargowski. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Koerner, Mrs. Merton Beardsley and Mrs. Etta Woolf. Mr. and Mrs. Miller from Painesville were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Setele of Cleveland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Srp. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kem mer of Painesville and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Carl day afternoon? called on Mr. Dieckow Webster and Sun- and of Mr. Sr. and Mrs. Recent visitors Mrs. Fred Hilger Marie Humpal and son were Mrs Helen Strohm and daugh ter, Marilyn, from Lyndhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills re turned home Thursday from a trip to Niagara Falls, Pennsyl vania, West Virginia and Vir ginia. They are now at home at the Grennan Trailer Park in Hambden. Rev. Kuehnel Vacations from Munson MUNSON Rev. Kuehnel will be away Sunday. Taking his place will be a male quartet from the Malone Bible College. Last Sunday a lady trio had a very interesting service at the church hour. Plans are underway for the Sunday School picnic which will be held the 21st of July in Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Varney are entertaining friends from Penn sylvania and Zephr Hills Fla. We were sorry to hear Mrs. Floyd Mansfield isn’t so well. Mrs. May Bogaske is still car ing for her. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miller en tertained firneds from Gates Mills Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Dennis ton and sons Bob and George spent Sunday with relatives in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miller and children of Boston, Ohio, visited his mother Mrs. A. D. Miller Saturday. News items are few and far between as there was no tele phone service due to the storm Sunday. w’ith those of their mixed-up ci ty sisters. ROUNDING OUT the cast of Amish solid citizens are Tom Rieder as the boorish prospec tive bridegroom who causes most of the trouble, and James Harwood, Keith Mackey, Frank Shaw Stevens, Jan Cidney, Ed win Cunningham and dancers Anne Barlow non Wendorf. “Plain and Fancy” other such lively tunes as “Plen ty of Pennsylvania”, “It’s a Helluva Way to Run a Love Af fair”. “You Can’t Miss it”, “It Wonders Me”, “Why Not Katie”, “How Do You Raise a Barn”, and “This Is All Very New to Me”. “Plain and Fancy” continues at Musicarnival through Sunday, July 15, and will be followed by “Call Me Madam”, opening July 16 for a two week run. FREE WANT AD NOT AVAILABLE TO DEALERS YOUR NAME YOUR ADDRESS This blank must be used for FREE Want ads. featured and Ver- includes Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skinner, daughter, Minnie and son, Ray returned home early Sunday morning after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Wai ter Stone in Powasson, Ontario They returned by way of Niag ara Falls. Visitors at the Hilger-Hump( home on July 4, were Mr.*an Mrs. Charles Bayer, son Rot ert, and daughter, Nancy Parma. Saturday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg East Claridon. froi wer iron Mrs. Georgia Walters i: spending a month with hei daughter and son-in-law’, Mr and Mrs. Walter Stone in Pow asson, Ontario. Mr. Aldin Phillips returned to| his home in Mesopotamia Sun-: day after spending the past weekj at the Lester Skinner home, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BrainarAJ and son, Donald, from Chardon I called on Aldin Phillips Wed-1 nesday evening. Robert McWayne is visiting] his sister in Rochester. N.Y. Mrs. Earl Parker of Middle field called on relatives and friends in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Samuels and little daughter from Pitts burgh, Pa., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.] jKeston Peters. Have You Met 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ham-i ilton, who moved to Mulberry Road from Cleveland? They have two children. Jill. 2, and Eddy, 4 years old, and are expecting another baby in Sep tember. Mr. Hamilton is a commercial artist for Meese Advertising Art. Mr. and Mrs. Loel Stofan, who moved to Park Avenue. Chardon, from Ashtabula. They have two children, Wayne, 9, and Sherry. 6. Mr. Stofan was transferred he e from the Ashtabula C.E.I. Mr. and Mrs. Donald De Muth who moved to Bass Lake from Detroit, Michigan? They have two children, Barbara. 5, and Jody. 3. the Execu Beechbrook in Chagrin Mr. DeMuth is tive Director of Children’s Home, Falls. Mr. and Mrs. iR. D. Booze, moved to Mayfield Rd. Fullertown, California? have two children, San 9, and Mackie, 5. Mr. who from They dra, Booze is the co-owner of Cleve land Metalurigical Supply Co. Inc. Mr. and Ms. George Bohar. who moved to Wilson Mills’ Road, from Concord? have two children, and one half, and year. They George. 6 Marcia 1 electrical Mr. Bohar is an constructition worker for the C.E.I. in Chardon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tromm. who moved to Rt. 44. Chardon, from Maple Heights. Ohio? They have five children, Ju dy, 15, Janice, 14. Albert, 12V2, Charles, 6l/2, and Richard, 5. Mr. Tromm is the General Foreman of Marquette Metal Products, in East Cleveland Mrs. and Mrs. Ronald Brew er. wTho moved to 113 Chardon Avenue, Chardon, from East lake? They have two children. Roy, 15 months, and Rickie. 2i/2 years old. Mr. Brewer is the Supervisor of the Estima ting Department of Snap Out Forms Co., in Chardon.