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Picnic Ends Bible School
at East Claridon Church
By Nellie C. Adams
Telephone E. Claridon 6-6289
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
children of the Bible school
gave the following program:
Processional and song The
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
Our liberal
will help
you a lot
Carl Brown prophecy, Elsie
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
Savings and Loan Association
109 South St. Chardon Telephone 5-2111
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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
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
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
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.
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The Geauga Record wishes
many happy returns of the day
to the following people:
Thursday, July 12
Judge Harold Richmond. Ches
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
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
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.
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"Geauga County't Oldest Bank"
Some 1000 Guardsmen, mem
bers of the new 191st Anti-Air
craft Artillery Group, includ
ing th e 179th and 182nd AAA
Battalions, and the 137th AAA
Automatic Weapons Battalion,
part of the 37th Division, are
near the middle of their two
week encampment here.
Guard anti-aircraft units are
using the latest in push-button
armaments for the first time
in their training.
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49 Chardon Area MenReceive Training at Perry
i at
Ohio National Guardsmen
Train at Camp Perry
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
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
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.
to Attend
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.
fa. 3 -3
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
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.
If you are overweight, here is
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Absolutely hormless. When you
take DIATRON. you still enjoy
your meals, still eat the foods
you like but you simply don’t
have the urge for extra por
tions and automatically your
weight must come down, be
cause, as your own doctor will
tell you, when you eat less, you
weigh less. Excess weight en
dangers your heart, kidneys. So
no matter what you have tried
before get DIATRON and prove
to yourself what it can do.
DIATRON is sold on this
GUARANTEE: You must lose
weight with the first package
you use or the package costs
you nothing. Just return the
bottle to your druggist and get
your money back. DIATRON
costs $3.00 and is sold with
this strict money back guaran
tee by: COOK’S Drug Store,
Chardon. Mail Orders filled.

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