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Geauga record. [volume] (Chardon, Geauga County, Ohio) 1952-1962, July 12, 1956, Image 8

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35 Hambden Grangers
Attend Pot-Luck Super
HAMBDEN About 35 gran- ly 2. Attendance for the meeting
gers, their familiies and friends numbered about 50.
joined for potluck supper be- This was youth night at Hamb
fore the regular meeting on Ju den Grange and the following
Is only as modern as your
The replacement of your coal furnace with
modern “Walsh Designed’’ oil fired heating system
your first step toward carefree winter living.
No Down Payment F.H.A. Financing
3 Years to Pay
Telephone Chardon 6-1691
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every week.
Most folks around Chardon know Roland Os­
born's reputation for work in any worthwhile com­
munity project—and know too that his store on Main
street also series a definite need in the community. __
For more than the past ten years Roland Osborn
has had an advertisement in your newspaper each and
“We feel that advertising in our home town paper
is an essential part of our operation.” says Mr. Osborn.
“We know we have a good store with good values
and we need to tell folks about them. Our home town
paper is tailored especially to our needs. And besides
we know that our advertising in our home town paper
helps make the newspaper a little bigger and better
so that it too can better serve our community.'’
were officers for the night: Mas-1
ter: Kenneth Mohney chaplain:
Mra. Geralding Chapman stew-'
ard: Miss Joan Steffancin la-1
dy assistant steward: Carol
Break: assistant steward: Ted
Wiech treasurer: Donald
Wedge: Ceres: Mrs. Betty Moh
ney Pomona: Mrs. Ruth Wheel
er Flora Mrs. Ida Maltry
executive commitee member:
Edward Maltry.
The opening song was Billy
Boy”. Mrs. Hilda Grant re
ported on the home economics
picnic which was held at the
home of Mrs. Mildred Blair in
Burton on June 26.
THE PROGRAM for the even
ing conssged in presentations
by the children of grangers.
Charles Osborne read an essay
which he had wrtten about
safety. It was very appropriate
because of the number of ac
cidents in the area over the
Billy Steffancin played a
number of piano solos: “Chin
jese Dance’’. “Dance of the Su
gar Plum Fairies’’, and “Ara
bian Dance’’. There were reci
tations by Nancy Phillips “Bar
gains” with assistance by Sharon
Hazen and “At Grandma’s
House” by Aleta Chamberlain,
Joanne Phillips e n e a i ned
with a baton routine and Carol
lyn and Norma Phillips sang
several numbers with motions.
There were readings by Carol
lyn Phillips and Lois Wheeler.
Aleta and Artie Chaberlain al
so sang a number, and Sharon
Hazen sang twosongs.
On July 16, the program will
be presented by members of Ra
venna Grange. There will be
colored slides taken on the Na-
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Chardon Cottontails
Discuss Rabbit Care
The sixth meeting of the Char
don Cotontails was held at the
home of their advisor, Mr. John
Bailey, on June 30.
Discussion on the care and
breeding of rabbits was held
and Mr. Bailey discussed the
show points of the California
buck that John Heikkla brought
to the meeting. Joe Huxel was
not present as he is spending his
vacation at Camp Perry with his
father. Robert Blum gave an
interesting description of his
days at Camp Whitwod. Dale
Bray planned to attend camp
also but came down with the
measles. He will attend another
Refreshments were served and
after a recreation period, the
meeting was adjourned.
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Serving Geauga County Folk Since 1849
tiional Grange tour to Hawaii.
There will be other numbers in
cluding special music.
On July 11, Hambden Grange
members will present the pro
gram at the Montville Grange.
Sealed proposals for the con
struction of “Addition and Al
terations to School Building”
for Board of Education, New
bury Local School District, Ge
auga County, Ohio, will be re
ceived by the Beard of Educa
tion at the office of the Super
intendent of Schools, H. H. Had
field, Newgury School Building,
Newbury, Ohio until 12:00 noon,
Current Local Time on Friday
July 20, 1956, and will be pub
licly opened and read aloud im
mediately thereafter, tabulated
and a report thereof will be
made at the next Board of Ed
ucation meeting.
The proposed work consists
of all labor, materials and built
in equipment necessary for the
alteration of part of the ground
floor of the existing school build
ind and an addition to same
providing for seven new class
rooms, new toilet rooms, show
er and locker rooms and new
kitchen facilities, etc., and cer
tain alterations in the second
story of the existing building.
Proposals will be received for
all trades in one bid, except
that separate bids will also be
received for the plumbing, heat
ing and electrical work.
The character and amount of
the bid despoit or bond and the
performance bond required is
stated in the Contract Docu
ments to be bid upon. No pro
posals will be considered unless
submitted in the blank proposal
forms furnished.
Contract Documents, includ
ing plans and specifications, are
on file for inspection of all con
cerned at the office of the Super
intendent, at the office of Jun
ior W. Everhard, Architect, 306
Hippodrome Bldg., Cleveland, O
hio, at the F. W. Dodge Corp.,
Hanna Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio,
and at the Builders Exchange
Inc. 1737 Euclid Ave., Cleveland,
Copies of complete sets of
documents covering all work
may be obtained from the Ar
chitect upon deposit of Thirty
Dollars ($30.00) for each set.
If, within ten days after the
Roland Osborn’s
Western Auto
Associate Store
in the
Geauga Record
time set for receipt of bids, the
documents are returned undam
aged, deposits of those bidders
who actually submit bona fide
complete bids direct to the Own
er prior to the time noted above
i for receipt of bids will be fully
refunded for one (1) complete
set only of the documents. A
refund of Ten Dollars ($10.00)
will be made for each of all
other complete sets of docu
ments so returned.
The Board of Education re
i serves the right to reject any
or all bids and to waive any
informalities in bidding.
No bid may be withdrawn,
after the scheduled closing time
for receipt of bids, for at least
thirty (30) days, and bidder is
to state any difference in his
bid if the award of Contract is
delayed for an additional thirty
(30) days.
Mrs. Jessie Dutton. Clerk,
Board of Education,
Newbury Local School District
Geauga County, Ohio. NR4C28
The unknown heirs at law,
devisees, legatees, administra
tors, executors, assigns and cre
ditors of Vanchle K. Poole, de
ceased, all of whose residences
are unknown, Cleon Poole whose
residence is 1420 North “L” St.,
Lake Worth, Florida, and Cleona
Makee whose residence is 1420
North “L” St., Lake Worth,
Florida will take notice that
on the 14th day of June. 1956,
James Rose and Robb B. Rose
filed their petition in the Com
mon Pleas Court of Geauga
County, Ohio, in Cause No. 12353
against them and other parties,
asking for quieting title and e
quitable relief on the following
described real property:
Situated in the Village of Mid
dlefield, County of Geauga and
State of Ohio And known as be
ing part of Lot 29 in said Vil
lage described as follows: Be
ginning in the center of the east
and west center road at the
south-west corner of land now
owned by Erastus Johnson.
Thence west along the center
of said East and west center
road 1.50 chains to a stake.
Thence North 6.67 chains to a
stake. Thence east and parallel
with said road 1.50 chains to a
stake. Thence south along the
west line of said Erastus John
son’s land 6.67 chains to the
place of beginning, containing
one acre of land.
Said Petition prays that de
fendant’s may be compelled to
show their interests, if any. and
that the claims of defendant’s
may be adjudged null and void,
and plaintiff’s title quieted a
gainst the same and for any o
ther relief to which they may
show themselves entitled in
law or equity.
Said parties are required to
answer on or before the 11th
day of August, 1956 or the pray
er of the petition will be granted.
Mark Sperry
Wallace King
Attorney for the Plaintiffs
NOTICE is hereby given that
in pursuance of a Resolution of
the Board of Education of the
Kenston Local School District,
Geauga County, Ohio passed on
the 16th day of April, 1956, there
will be submitted to a vote of
the people of said Kenston Lo
cal School District at the Special
Election to be held in the Ken
ston Local School District, Ge
auga County, Ohio, at the reg
ular places of voting therein,
on Tuesday, the 24th day of Ju
ly, 1956. the question of issuing
bonds of said Kenston Local
School District in the amount of
One Hundred seventy one thous
and Dollars ($171,000.00) for the
purpose of Additional fireproof
classroom and gymnasium build
ing addition to the present build
ing now under construction on
Snyder Road and for purchasing
equipment for said addition as
provided by law.
The maximum number of
years during which such bonds
are to run is 22 years.
The estimated average addi
tional tax rate amounts of four-
teen cents for each one hundred
dollars of valuation, which is 1.4
mills for each one dollar of val
uation, outside of the limitation
imposed by Article II, Section
2 of the Constitution, as certi
fied by the County Auditor.
The Polls for said Election
will open at 6:30 o’clock A.M.
and remain open until 6:30 o’
clock P.M. Eastern Standard
Time of said day.
By order of the Board of Elec
tions. of Geauga County, Ohio.
Gladys S. McDonald,
Beatrice Van Gorder, Clerk
Dated June 15. 1956 R4C28
Columbus, Ohio. June 29 ,1956
Contract Sales Legal Copy
No. 56-449
S-46 (5)
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at the office of the State
Highway Director of Ohio at
Columbus, Ohio until 10:00 A.M.,
Ohio (Eastern) Standard Time,
Tuesday, July 24, 1956, for im
provements in:
Geauga and Lake Counties,
Ohio, on Sections GEA-306-12.07
and LAK-306-0.00, State Route
No. 306 in Chester Township,
Geauga County, and Kirtland
Township, Lake County, by grad
ing, draining, widening and re
surfacing in part with asphal
tic concrete and paving in part
with asphaltic concrete surface
on a crushed aggregate base.
Width: Pavement 24 e e t,
Roadway 40 feet.
Length 18.833.68 feet or 3.566
“The date set for completion
of this work shall be as set
forth in the bidding proposal”.
The minumum wage to be
paid to all labor employed on
this contract shall be in accord
ance with the “Schedule of Pre
vailing Hourly Wage Rates As
certained and Determined by
the Department of Industrial Re
lations applicable to State High
way Department Improvements
in accordance with Sections 4115
.03 (17-3), 4115.04 (17-4), 4115.05
(17-4ai 4115.06 (17-5), and 4115.07
(17-5a of the Revised Code of
The bidder must submit with
his bid a certified check in the
amount of $10,000.00.
Plans and specifications are
on file in the department of high
ways and the office of the divi
sion deputy director..
The director reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
State Highway Director R2C28
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