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2—THE RECORD. CHARDON. OHIO, JULY 12, 1956
Chester Woman Will Be Gospel Team Member MUSICARNIVAL NIGHTLY THRU JULY 15 NORTH OF FIRST TIME IN OHIO SHOW DMf 1 30 THISTLEDOWN -mm■■ suNOAt 7 30 PLAIN FANCY AAONTROSE 3'8-400 Tickets ako o’ BUMOWS ItdtfU-’l 50^ 2 00. 2 SO, 5 00 fri—sat. ’2 00* 2 50, 3 00,3 50 call nWain W ERIE BUS MEETS VASAAEX RAP» ill It WtlMLM Fun for Your A tricycle will probably furnish your two to five year old more fun this year than any other toy and good healthy exer cise too. Our standard model (not exactly as illustrated) is reduced from $8.35 and offered this week exalt L°° dishngu'shing of ... guatanteed I This disW tecon,mends ano K products jte£g ASPIRIN TABLETS SAVE 454. No finer, faster-acting aspirin made at any price! 5-grain. ’“■■■’“•.‘J".”” now Mi31 Antiseptic Solution SAVE 294. Famous amber colored multi purpose antiseptic. Excellent mouthwash, gargle. 6-oz. Bottles Reg 2 for 784 Mickey Mouse Inflatable PLASTIC WADING POOL Save $2.16. Inflates tn 52 in diameter. CHESTER Miss Marilyn Campbell will be a member of a gospel team from Shelton Col- this sum- of Mrs. Edward Glaze, May field Rd., for the annual break- Study Club The Chester Study Club not hold reular meetings Child! Specially Priced at only $7.95 WESTERN AUTO Associate Store Roland Osborn, Prop. Chardon, Ohio ------T^Z7the^n9e cnf now2iw1.29 SAVE 594. Give fast, prolonged relief from acid-upset stomach. :.7: .eT’. ^ORANGE BLUE SALE ■w.__ -snsn JUNE M" JULY 14" 2 for 1.19 now SAVE 494 Soothes eyes Irritated by sun. Wind dust, smoke or smog. Free eyecup. NOW 2 lor 89s tea-" MONACET ARC Tablets SAVE 394. Give fast, 3-way relief from head ache, minor muscular aches and pains. 2for1.19 A Or now Z for NOW SAVE 174. REXALL REEL-ROLL COTTON oz. Reg. 2 for 864.................................... SAVE 294. REXALL KLEN20 MOUTH WASH 6-oz Reg. 2 for 784........................................ SAVE 25. REXALL MILK OF MAGNESIA TABLETS 85's Reg. 2 for 94.................................................. I SAVE 394. REX-EME MEDICATED POWDER 3-oz Reg. 2 for $1.18 .......................................... INOW SAVE 39«. REXALL GERMATINE 6-oz. Bottles. Powerful multi purpose germicide.Reg. 2 for S1.58N0W SAVE 874. REXALL RPR TABLETS 125’s. Relieve headache, minor pains of rheumatism, arthritis. Reg. 2 for $2.46.................................... NOW TOWEL Cannon BEACH Big 28 by 54 inch size. 99* Special Save $1.00 cape cod Gallon PICNIC JUG Has shoulder spout. $3.98 VALUE NOW Z.UO Red Plastic Insulated PICNIC BAG Size 16x11x8 inches. NOW ONLY 2.99 Men’s & Ladies' White STATIONERY White vellum in Men’s Stag box. Ladies' Parch ment Bond and vellum. $2.00 VALUES I AQ eacn. Now each I Retail hhril\nlli..lni.i.i..u.................................wsnn-i-s^ .69 .49 .69 .79 2 for 2 for 2 for 2 for 2 for 1.19 NOW NOW 7Q J./U REG. $5.95 NOW 2 for 1.59 SUMMER SPECIAL SAVINGS Rex Ray 8' ELECTRIC FAN SAVE $1.46. Stand or hang it anywhere. U.L. Approved 4.49 how PAPER PLATES 4 CUPS Cello packs of 10, 9-In. heavy-weight plates. 3 PACKAGES SPECIAL 49 Cello packs of 6 pleated cups 3 PACKAGES SPECIAL 21 Aviator SUN GLASSES Shatterproof lenses, qq $198 VALUE NOW 00* Save 46 Ladies’ SWIM KAPS REG. $1.25 NOW YOU CAN DEPEND ON ANY DRUG. PRODUCT THAT BEARS THE NAME- CROMWELL Rexall Drugs ROSS Rexall Drugs Main Street Chardon. Ohio Chardon Shopping Center Phone 6-4167 ing the three summer months, but each month has a social gathering. In July the club mem bers with their husbands as guests will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patterson for a picnic dinner. This will be July 21. Mrs. Kenneth Sperry and Mrs. Ralph Kneale will assist Mrs. Patterson as hostess es. Mrs. Peter Ruh will plan a program of games. lege. Ringwood, N.Y., known On August 1 Study Club mem a§ the Skyland-Heirs and will bers will gather at the home travel with the team mer. Miss Campbell, a junior at fast the college, will go east July. 11 to join the group which will eon. This was held at Johnny start from the college on July 15. Cake Inn. Arrangements were They will travel until the Labor made by Mrs. Daniel Denniston. Day weekend. Those attending besides Mrs. The June meeting is a lunch The group of seven will in- Denniston were Mesdames Clay elude six students and a teacher B. Eddy, Kenneth Sperry, Sa chaperone. The include a girls panist, a song speaker. entertainers will Patterson, Judson Townley,Pet trio and accom- er Ruh and a guest. F. H. Bond, leader and a Frank Downer, Allan McGaw, tour is not now Raymond Richmond, S. Hayash i, Roy Eddy, Ralph Kneale and Nelson Ray. The complete available but will extend from New Jersey to St. Louis, Mo., north to Michigan and Wiscon- I and Noel Hayashi accompanied sin. When crossing Ohio the the group and had luncheon by Skyland-Heirs will conduct a service at the Riverview Church at Novelty, on July 27. Paula Denniston, A a w a n a them selves. In the absence of the presi dent. Mrs. C. G. Stevens, Mrs. Ray was in chare of the brief business meeting. Mrs. Downer, Mrs. Kneal and Mrs. Patterson does dur. will serve as proram commit i tee for the coming year. Bridal Showers Miss Patsy L. Evans, who be came the bride of Ronald Wil liams on June 30, was honored with three bridal showers be fore her marriae. The first was given by her cousin, Miss Mary Jane Evans, at her home on Caves Rd. Guests Guests included relatives in the Evans family. Miss Evans was her cousin’s maid of honor. Mrs. Robert Evans, sister-in law of the bride, arranged a double shower in a very unique way. The honor guests were Miss Evans and Miss Sally Se liga. Each bride-to-be planned with Mrs. Evans for a shower for the other. The result was a delightful surprise for each one. This event was held at the home of Mrs. Evans’ moth er, Mrs. George Malone. 1 The third shower was given I by the members of the family of the groom-to-be and was held at the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sperry, S. O.M. Center Rd., Mayfield Fil lage. SAVINGS UP TO V2! As Advertised in LIFE LOOK POST FARM JOURNAL HOUSEHOLD PROGRESSIVE FARMER BUY2-AND POCKET THE SAVINGS! SAVE 19s. Made with famous Pro-Cap adhesive. Waterproof, flesh colored. 33 s, Ret. 2 for 78 2 for 59c now Stafl “READY SHAVE” SAVE 8l«. Whisker-wilting lather at the touch of a button. 5 oz. Aerosols Reg 2 for $2.00 2 for 1.19 now stafl SHAVE LOTION SAVE Vz. Brisk and refreshing. Cools burning skin 6-oz. Bottles Reg. 2 for $2.00 2 for 1.00 now Cara Nome Deodorant LOTION SAVE V? Anti perspirant. Keeps you fresh for hours 2 -oz. Plastic Squeeze Bottles 2 LOO now for Cara Nome DUSTING POWDER SAVE V2. Finest pure white talc with floral fragrance Velour puff SVi-oi. Boies SAVE '/a. CARA NOME DEODORANT STICKS 2Va-oz Reg. 2 for $2.00 ......................... NOW SAVE '/2. CARA NOME ASTRINGENT 4 oz. Bottles. Reg. 2 for $2.50............................. NOW SAVE $1.19. ELKAYS NON DDT INSECTICIDE 12-oz. Aerosols. Reg- 2 for $3.18........................NOW SAVE 174. NYLON COMBS All Styles. 25c Value Each Save 19 LATEX PLAY BALL 18 in diameter. REG. 98c 70^ NOW 2 hr 2.00 now NOW SAVE 174. REXALL CALAMINE LOTION 4-oz. Bottles. Reg. 2 for 70s .............. SAVE 394. GLYCERINE SUPPOSITORIES 24's. Reg. 2 for $1.58 ........................................... NOW 2 for .53 2 for 1.19 2 for 1.00 2 for 1.25 2 for 1.99 2 for .33 NOW More Big Orange and Blue Sale Values Save 20c 79c CELLO PACKS White Vellum, Parchment Bond, White Morocco, Devon Crash paper & envs................. NOW each Save 64-25C ENVELOPES Plain white, return address or air mail. NOW ea Save $1.00-$4.29 Symbol FOUNTAIN SYRINGE Amber-colored latex, 2-quart...................................NOW Save 12c 69c PLASTIC GLOVES For housework or gardening. NOW Save 214 -$1.00 HAIR BRUSHES Three styles for ladies, one for men. Nylon bristles... NOW each Save 96 39c KLENZO TOOTH BRUSHES 5 popular styles. Nvlonc QQ bristles, colorful handles. NuW TOn .03 Save 204 89c Value SHOWER SPRAY Fits any faucet. Anti-kink coil. Has massage brush ring. NOW Save 39c $1.98 STORK BOTTLE WARMER Home Type. Automatic shut-off. Pink or Blue............. NOW Special CANVAS ZIPPER UTILITY BAG Rubber lined. 18 in. size ......................... NOW ONLY Special BABY FOOD BAG Heavy plastic, insulated. 2 zippered com partments. Shoulder strap $2.98 VALUE .................................. NOW Plus Federal Tax Where Applicable Right Reserved to Limit Quantities 79* Russell Wenger, correspon secretary and reporter Louis Vargo, treasurer. The election was held at the anniversary and picnic meeting held at the home of Mrs. Ken neth Martineau on June 27.The business session was in charge of the president, Mrs. Frank Feigle. Plans for the county fair were also started. Attends Bankers School of the Chester branch of the Burton bank, attended the school for bankers recently held at O hio University at Athens. Riverview Picnic Attention is called to the Ches ter prople who attend Riverview Bible Church that the church and Sunday School picnic is to be held on iSaturday, July 14, at Williams Grove. Fair mount Rd. Games will start at 4 DO p.m and a picnic supper will be served at 6:00. Heir Ways Kim Anne is the name given MU-MAC THEATRE MIDDLEFIELD FRI SAT JULY 13-14 The Bowery Boys JALOPY Plus James Lydon Gloria Winters HOT ROD SAT. JULY 14 at 1 PM. Middlefield Merchants FREE MOVIE SAVAGE HORDE SUN MON JULY 15-16 Sun. Cont. from 3 00 p.m. Ma and Pa Kettle in THE KETTLES IN THE OZARKS Also Sabu & Barton Maclane JAGUAR TUES WED THURS JULY 17-18-19 Gregory Peck Jennifer Jones THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT Umbrella Useful on July Fourth 't 1 V Perennial Gardners Newly elected officers for the Perennial Gardeners are as fol lows: Mrs. George Soubusta, presndent Mrs. Robert Werne ke, vice president Burgher, recording Mrs. ding Mrs. These officers will assume their duties in September. Mrs. Earl secretary •r Cindy Hamilton and Marsha Lee Mell rath kept under their umbrella while watch ing the proceedings at the Chester Fourth of July celebration. The rain was only slight but yet enough to warrant the use of the umbrella. the daughter born on June 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest Personals Mrs. Dale Beattie and daugh ter Allison, are spending three weeks with relatives in Colum bia. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Campbell and daughter, Miss Marilyn Geauqa THEATRE CHARDON Geauga’s Entertainment Center Thurs. Fri. Sat. July 12-13-14 Victor Mature Janet Leigh SAFARI Cinemascope Technicolor Nat King Cole NAT KING COLE STORY Sun. Mon. Tues. July 15-16-17 Here is your favorite V. Star in Technicolor on our big Screen George Gobel Mitzi Gaynor THE BIRDS AND THE BEES Wed. July 18 (One night only) 2 Great Repeat Pictures!!! Bert Lancaster KISS THE BLOOD OFF MY HANDS Tony Curtis JOHNNY STOOL PIGEON Thurs. Fri. Sai. July 19-20-21 Anthony Steel Laurence Harvey STORM OVER THE NILE Dana Andrews COMANCHE both in Cinemascope HAZELWOOD DRIVE-IN OPEN NOW Campbell, were in Ashland, O hio, the past weekend to attend the 30th reunion of Mrs. Camp- Nolan Plumbing Heating Kitchens Appliances Plastic Wall Vinyl Tile Asphalt Tile Linoleum Paint Spred Satin Wallpaper Lighting Fixtures Water St. Chardon Phone Chardon 5-3185 Serving Geauga County for Over 32 Years 106 Tile Open 6 Days A Week Friday Until 9 P.M. bell’s high school graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wenger and children, Barbara and Rus sell Jr., are spending a vaca tion in Elkhart, Ind., and south ern Michigan. Anthony Phillips of Youngs town, who was room-mate of Warren Myers at Shelton Col lege last year, spent Sunday at the Myers home. Mr. and Mrs. James Brecken ridge, Dateland, Arizona, who are touring the United States, surprised Mr. and. Mrs. Frank NIGHT TROTTING RACES FULL AMERICAN TOTE EASY, ECONOMICAL way This is the to safeguard your home against crawl ing and flying insect pests Non poisonous AEROSECT is up to 3*/z more EFFECTIVE ... It will answer all your insecticide needs, including moth protection. REFILLABLE SIZE HIGH-PRESSURE 1$ ounces $3-9« with empty bomb $2-35 "GET THE BEST GET AEROSECT” "z” MERCURY MONTCLAIR PHAETON plus all-expense paid trip to New York for two via American Airlines suite at Waldorf Astoria guest of Ed Sullivan at his show. $10,000 CASH to new Mercury buyers—Awarded instead of new Phaeton if you buy a new Mercury during contest and before being advised of winning one of the 10 top weekly prizes. Feigle with a call recently. The two couples spent an evening together. Mr. Breckenridge and Mr. Feigle were high school friends at New Kensington. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Evans and daughter, Miss Mary Jane, have returned to Chester to live. They now occupy the Wesley Petersen house on Caves Rd. Mrs. Evans’ mother, Mrs. Lottie Jolly, also formerly of Chester, is residing with them. Clarence Battles is under the care of a doctor and is afflicted I with nosebleed. Dining & Cocktails America's Finest Horses Post Time 8:30 PM Daily Double 8:20 PM^* Huge Parking Area ROUTE 43 BETWEEN SOLON & AURORA BEST ROUTE From Chardon, take Route 44 south to Route 322, then west to Route 306 and south to Petti bone Rd., (before Aurora) turn right to Route 43 and the track 25000 CLEVELAND TROT, AUG. 2 25000 GRANDVIEW PACE, AUG. 9 Reserved seats for these races now on sale CH 1-1796 We Refund Part of Your Parking Expense non-poisonous disease-carrying mosquitoes, flies and other insects Can be used around food, humans, pels and plants No kerosene odor No DDT High-Pressure a w Van Gorder HARDWARE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 147 Main St., Chardon Phone 5-9771 1st PRIZE EACH WEEK 2nd lOth PRIZES EACH WEEK SPECIAL BONUS AWARDS (See Official Entry Blank for details) YOU CAN ENTER EVERY WEEK here’s all you do! 1 Go to your Mercury dealer today. 3 Complete last line of Mercury Phaeton rhyme. 2 Pick up Official Rules and Entry Blank. 4- Mail Official Entry Blank to “Mercury Contest”. GO TO YOUR MERCURY DEALER TODAY1 ... ..... ... .. ... .. 80 MERCURY I PHAETONS IN ED SULLIVAN’S *425,000 MERCURY CONTEST JUNE 11th —AUGUST 4th 10 EACH WEEK IN 8 WEEKLY CONTESTS 2680 PRIZES IN AL.L. 9 MERCURY MONTEREY PHAETONS plus 25 G.E. portable TV sets, light, easy to carry ... 300 Elgin American Signet automatic cigarette lighters each week. $2,000 cash to used car buyers —Awarded in addition to new Phaeton if you buy a used car during contest and before being advised of winning one of the 10 top weekly prizes.