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4—THE RECORD. CHARDON, OHIO, JULY 12, 1956
Picnic Ends Bible School at East Claridon Church By Nellie C. Adams Telephone E. Claridon 6-6289 EAST CLARIDON The dai ly vacation Bible school closed on Friday with a picnic in which the W.S.C.S. joined. On Sunday during the Sunday School hour the children of the Bible school gave the following program: Processional and song The I.B.L.E,” by all the classes nur sery verses and nursery songs primary verse ong The Old and New Testament”, primar ies and juniors. Reports: books of law Roger Tretera books of history, Doug las Tretera: books of poetry, Collin Brown major prophets. Patty Slagle: minor prophets, Alan Winchell the gospels. Lau ra Antene New Testament his tory, Douglas McWayne the epistles, Brenda S.lusher and Save here forajiointi Our liberal earnings will help you a lot Carl Brown prophecy, Elsie Tretera. Songs: ‘‘The Living Bible,” “Give Me Oil” “Thy Word Have I Hid”, by the juniors. Awards were then given son by all ‘‘Help Somebody today”, prayer by the superintendent. Robert Reed, and the benedic tion closed the service. After this, all adjourned to the dining room where the work of the children for the past two weeks was displayed. The Bible school with an enrollment of fifty under the leadership of Miss June Evans, Mr. Robert Reed and a splendid corps of teachers was a decided success. Mrs. Grace Antene taught the juniors Mrs. Celeste Jones the promarie and Mrs. Leta Folk Mrs. Carole Reed and Mrs. Al thea Reed the pre-schoolers. The happy family has a cash reserve at work here. Funds left up to the 10th of each month draw dividends from the 1st. Open Friday Evening Until 6 P. M. Main Office 1200 Huron Rd., Cleveland, Ohio SECURITY FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association 109 South St. Chardon Telephone 5-2111 INSURED Series 9000 L.C.F. New Loadmaster V8! This big heavy-duty load puller delivers 195 hp, 310 ft.-lbs. of torque! It’s the leader in its class for compact short-stroke de sign that delivers most horsepower per pound! New Powermatic Transmission!* Six fully automatic forward speeds virtually eliminate manual gear shifting on hills or in traffic! Revolutionary “Retarder” gives safer downhill hauling, less brake wear! —i New Triple-Torque Tandems! Optional at Mr. Reed had charge of devo tionals. Credit is also due to those who assisted in the trans portation of the children and to those who furnished “eats” for each day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones en tertained last week, Mrs. Ed her mother. Mrs. Cahill of Can ton. The Birthday cluo met on Fri day evening at Thornacres, hon oring the birthdays of Mrs. Grace Antene and Mrs. Violet Loebs. Mrs. Mary Smith was another member who attended from here. Mrs. Grace Kibler spent the| past week in Akron at the home of her cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs. Charles Merwin. Mrs. A. C. Stillwell in com-1 pany with Mrs. Paul McNish of Middlefield attended the funeral of Mrs. Fannie Bruce at Clari don Center on Thursday, June 29. i The bake sale at White’s in Middlefield on Thursday last was a very successful affair, Mrs. Jameson and Mrs. Szemen yei were the salesladies. Jimmie Bissell of Austinburg spent the past week at the home of Mr. and Ms. Alan Smith. On Monday evening Mrs. Smith and her mother. Mrs. Hause atten ded a birthday party in Cleve land. We welcome ot our communi ty Mr. and Mrs. Donald Haueter who have moved from Chardon to North Street, Rt. 608. Mrs. Eliza Rider who has] been spending some time with her daughter in Gates Mills and her son in Michigan is again at her home on Kile Rd David Cooper of Bedford spent the past week at the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Cottam. Mr. Ross Champlin and mo 1 ther Mrs. Lefie Champlin of Ashtabula, a cousin Mrs. Bar-, bara Ware and daughter Sherry of Baltimore, Md., visited the Elwin Evans family on Satur day last. 1 On Wednesday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fo'k en tertained a family picnic. This included Mr. Folk’s brothers, Dale, and Robert, and family of Cleveland and John and fam ily of Akron. On Sunday his brothers from Cleveland were again guests of Mr. and Mrs. Big brothers of the best seller ... and every bit as modern Chevrolet Heavyweight Champs Champs of every weight class! Only franchised Chevrolet dealers 'CHEVROLET, display McCahan CHARDONS CHEVROLET DEALER BIRTHDAYS The Geauga Record wishes many happy returns of the day to the following people: Thursday, July 12 Judge Harold Richmond. Ches ter Clarisse Krum, Claridon Mrs. E. W. Watkins, Chardon Kenneth Post. Chardon Friday, July 13 Marian Krum, Claridon Mrs. Mary Kronk, Claridon Leslie Ash, Chardon Deborah Ash, Chardon Sunday, July 15 Rita Marie Fink, Chardon Pauline Shaw. Chardon Helen Bushnell. Chardon JoAnne Bell. Chardon Mrs. Eylene Surrey, Chester Sidney Souvey, Chesterland Monday, July 16 Robert Schneider Sr., Chardon Blanche Grant. Chardon Mrs. Betty Hale, Huntsburg Lew Culbertson, Huntsburg Jane Rybak Smith. Chester-1 land Tuesday, July 17 Carl Hummel Vernon Petersen, Chesterland Wednesday, July 18 Walter Rossbach, Painesville i William L. Grant. Chardon Earl McGrew, Chester Carolyn Boerwinkle, S. Hamb den Clara Aiderman, Chester Folk and little Kathy who had remained with them since Wed nesday returned with them. The W.S.C.S. will hold its reg ular meeting at the church on Wednesday July 18. Mrs. Stres sing and Mrs. Zid were listed I as hostesses. Special music on Sunday mor ning at church services was a solo by Mr. Emma Christian accompanied by Mrs. Elisie Spurlock, both of Claridon Con gregational church. On Thursday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butler and son of Warren visited their uncle Mr. Lee Butler and on! Friday evening his two brothers Robert of Buyahoga Falls, and i Isaac of Mt. Vernon with their wives, were supper guests at the Butler-Folk home. Series 10000 Tandem extra cost in new Series 10000 models, new Triple-, Torque Tandem hikes G.V.W.'s up to 32,000 lbs., G.C.W.’s up to 50,000 lbs.! New big-truck styling! That sleek, massive front-end styling reflects the POWER these new Chevies provide, helps build your business prestige! Modern features such as these spark all phases of performance. If big trucks are part of your business, we ll expect to see you soon! in Series 5000 through 10000 truck models. 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DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Ha 49 Chardon Area MenReceive Training at Perry i at Ohio National Guardsmen Train at Camp Perry CAMP PERRY Some 49 men from the Chardon area, members of Battery C. 179th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, are among the Ohio National Guard citizen soldiers training at Camp Perry. CAMP PERRY—Discussing part of their training here are, left to right, Sgt. Don E. Perry, 1804 E. 81st St., leveland Sgt. Mark R. Templin, 514 Water St., Chardon, and Pfc. Darrel F. Cox, 116 Court St., all members of Battery C, 179th AAA Battalion. __ ..... be taken home from Camp Perry for use by the Guardsmen in “site” gun emplacements to give anti-aircraft support to Nike guided missle launching sites in Ohio KEY ADDITION to the arsen al of the anti-aircraft artillery men is the M33 radar system, the latest in radar and fire con tol devices. The M33, acording to Lt. Col. George F. Huxel, Chardon, com I mander of the 191st, triples the range at which the ONG aer ial defenders can spot an on coming airplane. The radar also is able to fol low the course of objects trav eling at much faster speeds than can be picked up on present sets. Two units of the 179th. Bat tery A from Lakewood and Bat tery D. from Willoughby, re ceived their M33s two weeks ago and brought them to Camp Perry for use on the nearby Locust Point firing range. Bat teries B, from Cleveland, and C, from Chardon, found their M33s waiting for them here and will return the new units to their home armories after in struction in their use here. Have You Met CAMP PERRY—Maj. D. J. Guzzetta, left, Cuyahoga Falls, watches at Lt. Col. George F. Huxel, Route 2, Chardon, points out a training area on a map of Camp Perry. Col. Huxel is commander of the newly organized 191st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group. from all walks of life are be- Mr. and Mrs. Orvlle John son who have moved to Car michael Dr., Chesterland from Cleveland? Mr. Johnson is a salesman at Economy Buick and a student at John Carroll University. Mrs. John son is a teacher, but is not ac tive now. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Briar who have moved to Carm chael Dr., Chesterland, from Cleveland? Mr. Briar is a salesman for the Tracy-Wells Co., Columbus. The couple have one son, David ,4. Witnesses to Attend Convention 'acp The Chardon Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses are making I plans to attend a Convention at i Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, Ju ly 19 to 22. Mr. Ernest Watson, presiding minister of the group, said that over 15,000 are expected to at tend. as deligates would be com ing from parts of six states. He I advised the congregation to take advantage of the arrange ments being made in Pittsburgh for the rooming accommoda tions as the hotels would not be able to handle such a crowd. Mr. Watson explained that the Convention in Pittsburgh along with 39 similar ones in the U i nited Sates,* Canada and Britain was being sponsored by the Watchtower Bible and Tract So ciety of New York City. In referring to these assem blies as huge training programs, he pointed to the fact that 50.000 Have You Met Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Pol lard who have moved to Cedar Acres, Chester, from High land Heights? Mr. Pollard is a school bus driver and man tenance man at Mayfield Schools and Mrs. Pollard does office work at Rainbow’ Hos pital. The Pollards have one daughter, Marilynn, 16 and en joy singing and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Long w’ho have moved to Valley View Rd., Chesterland, from Cleveland Heights? Mr. Long is a research chemist at the Harshaw Chemical Co., in Cleveland. The couple have twin nine month old children, Elizabeth and James. Mr. Long is a hi-fi enthusiast, and he has built his own set. H|| tv fa. 3 -3 JB K L’i coming associated with the or ganization each year and in view of the fact that Jehovah’s Witnesses constitute a preaching fellowship, there is a great need for such assemblies, to better equip them for their missionary work in their respective com munities. The announcement of the con vention came as a climax to the weekly ministry-ieveloi ment program held at the King dom Hall, 203 Main St. Mr. Watson said that while details of the program have not been received as yet, he looked forward to Pittsburgh conven tion with keen interest, expec ting it to be the most education al program ever sponsored by the Society. LOSE UGLY FAT IN TEN DAYS OR MONEY BACK If you are overweight, here is the first really thrilling news to come along in years. 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