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MEDINA, a, NOV. 10, 1921
THE MEDINA SENTINEL
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Calvert at
tended the Oberlin-Wooster game in
Oberlin.last Saturday. Everett Ran
dall returned with them to spend the
week-end with-his mother, Mrs. AHce
Mrs. Huber Root and son returned
home from Fairview hospital last Sat
Mesdames Willis Todd and Milton
Gage were guests several days this
week of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Todd
Miss Adaline Drake was the guest
of Miss Grace Rice at her home in
, Amherst over the week-end.
Mrs. Annie Walker of Cleveland
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Mary
K. Long. , s
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Godlove and
family of Warren, O., spent from Sat-
urday until Tuesday with J. F.
Borger and family.
. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Newton and
daughters of Cleveland were week-end
guests at the home of A. T. Spitzer.
Mr. and Mrs., Bert Rounds of Cleve
land will spend the week-end with Mr.
... and Mrs. Theo. Andrews.
Homer Hale of Hamilton, Ont., was
the guest of Medina friends over the
Mrs. Emma Rowe Thompson left
Monday for her home in Los Angeles,
Miss Katherine Shane returned Sun
day from a visit with friends in Wel
N lington and Cleveland.
Miss Juliet Warner spent Saturday
and Sunday at the home of her moth
er, Mrs. Eva Warner.
Miss Effie Gates spent the week
end at the home of her brother, David
Gates, in Akron.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Todd were din
ner guests Wednesday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Todd iil'Cleveland.
Ed, and Earl Gibbs attended the
Chevrolet dealers' convention at the
Hollenden, in Cleveland- Thursday, i
Miss Genevieve Brintnall of Gere-1
land spent Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Edith Brintnall.
Miss Britto Fair of Millersburg was
the guest of Natalia Fisher last Sat
urday. Sidney Fenn of Cleveland spent the
week-end at the home of-his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stowe of Maple
dale, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stowe and
daughter Helen and Basil Brown of
Cleveland, were Sunday guests at the
nomc ot Mrs. Kate Oatman.
Mr. ahd Mrs. J. H. Adams and fami
ly, Mrs. A. Burdoin, -Mrs. Eva Warn
er and son Richard
guests of Frank Lemon and wife in I
West Salem. -
Mrs. W. C. Garges will leave Friday
to spend the winter in Florida.
J. W. Funk and wife and Carl Funk
and wife of Wooster will be Sunday
-guests of Mrs. M. D. Kimmell.
Emil Kreutziger -wife and daughter
Rosa, of Judson, N. D., visited another
daughter, Martha Kreutziger, last
last week. They sailed Tuesday on
the steamer George Washington for
their old home in Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woods of Akron
and Gladys and Howard Cahoon of
Seville visited at John ButdorfFs on
Mr. Beebe of Slam, now oh a fur
low at Canton, 0;, spent Friday at
S. W. Bachtell's.
Miss Mabel Daniels of Lodi spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Mrs. Ida Brown was the guest of
Mrs. Frank Preston in Elyria, Sunday.
Mrs. E. J. Dalton of Pasadena, Calif.,
is spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. M. D. Kimmell.
Miss Marion Gleason of Cleveland
spent the week-end with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Gleason
Carl Lutz and family spent the
week-end in Akron with Mr. and Mrs.
O. D. Allen.
Mrs., M. D. Kimmell and Mrs. E. J.
Daltph spent the week-end with rela
tives and friends in Wooster and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziegler and
family and Mrs. Ida Hunsberger were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Kline Heath
Mr. and Mrs. James Herrick vis
ited Mr. Herrick's mother in La
Mr. Ben Sooy is in Cleveland this
week serving on the U. S. grand jury.
Miss Alice Batchalor of Jamestown.
N. Y.. and Miss Ksthnm If in.'iVinna
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both students at Oberbn college,
spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. KMnhaus of this place. -
Mr. Leland Goff is attending an
automobile school in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Sarah Smith is spending sev
eral weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
H. Powell of East Palestine.
' Miss Morey, our high school prin
cipal,, visited her neonle in Kinton
over Sunday. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ferrfman spent
several days last week with their
daughter, Mrs. Harry Newcomb of
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richmond vis
ited Mrs. Richmond's brother, W. O.
Fetterman and family of Strongs
ville Sunday. .
The young people of this commun
ity had a party at the hall Friday ev
ening. All report a good time".
Mr. Fred Gott of Litchfield spent
Monday with his daughter, Mrs. A. D.
Mr. Russell Krebs of Lone Beach.
Calif., 'brother of Mr. W. J. Krebs of
tfiis place, who has been spending the
summer with relatives in this vicin
ity, leaves tomorrow for Michigan for
a month's visit after which he will
journey back to California, stopping
at various points of interest along
the way. Mr. Krebs says he has en
joyed his summer among us.
The Congregational ladies meet
Thursday at the hall to nlan for their
Mr. Biggs of Lagrange visited bis
son, R. 0. Biggs of this place Friday.
A very interesting meeting of the
v. .uee nu uciu in uie nan
Wednesday evening, after a short bus
iness meeting. The following officers
were elected -for the coming year:
Master, Forest Allison; overseer, Law
rence Betts; lecturer, Mrs. T. B. Al
lison; stewart, Kenneth Jamison; as
sistant stewart, Gibson Hines: ladv
assistant stewart, Mrs. Wm. Bourn;
chaplaiw, Mrs. E. A. Richmond; sec,
Mrs. Parker VanValkenburg, treas.,
Mr. Parker VanValkenburg; gate
keeper, Mr. W. Benton; ceres, Elsie
Shaw; flora, Ruth Allison; ponoma, '
Grace Allison; business manager, T.
B. Allison; trustee, Gibson Hines. A
social hour followed the meeting and
refreshments were served, consisting
of coffee, pumpkin pie, doughnuts,
apples and popcorn.
Mrs. Lawrence Bitts is visiting rel
atives in Amherst this week.
Mr. Robert McCoy of Case School,
Cleveland, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex McCoy of this place
Mr. and MrsJohn Bartholomew
entertained their son from Lakewood.
ding anniversary Monday night.
Mr. Corman C. Cannon and Miss
Margaret Maude Forbes of Cleve
land were married Saturday, Nov. 6,
and will be at home after January
1, at 1780 East 89th street, Cleve
land. The groom is a son of Mr.
Perry Cannon of Medina.
Mrs. Ezra Mason will entertain
the Priscilla club next Monday even
ing. The Eastern Star chapter elect
ed the following officers Tuesday ev
ening: Worthy Matron, Mabel H.
Kellogg; Worthy Patron, J. R. Ken
nan; associate matron. Katherina
i Wise; secretary, Lois J. Orr; treas
urer, Jessie Shepard; conductor ess,
Alice Canfield; associate conductor
ess, Goldie Lawrence; trustee for
three years, E. D. Lowe of Leroy.
There will be installation at a
special meeting of the Eastern Star
chapter next Tuesday night.
The foot ball game last Friday
between Medina high and La Grange
high resulted in a tie, 7 to 7. On
Friday of this week the local team
will play the Lakewood team at the
Garfield Mclleane, in jail since
July awaiting trial on a charge of
cutting with intent to kill his wife.
changed his plea of not guilty to
guilty, Monday, and was sentenced by
the court to pay costs of prosecution
and serve six months in jail. The lat
ter part of the sentence was suspend
ed during good behavior. Mclleane
is a colored man and his offense was
committed while drunk at a dance in
1922 HEALTH BUDGET
" IS LOPPED TO $4,500
At a meetinc nf ha n..i -j?
7 o w uuai u jx
Health held in Medina on Nov, 4, the
matter of the 1922 budget was given
consideration. In view of the many
demands made upon the county for
new schools, etc., the original budget
asked for of $7,400, was reduced to
$4,500. Two thousand dollars of this
amount will be subscribed by the
state, leaving only $2,500 to come out
of county funds for health work in
Wii. The new budget was dis'.ribut
ea as follows: Salarv nf Wooith
commissioner (part timei. S2.nnn-
salary of Public Health Nurse, ?2,
000; miscellaneous expenditures, $500.
ine resignation of Dr. J. G. Whit
acre of Lodr was accepted, and Dr.
J. L. Beach of Seville was appointed
in nis stead.
(Continued from page 1)
Mrs. L. F.-Garver's class of the
L. B. S. of the Congregational church
will meet with Mrs. Warren Ander
son, Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 2 p. m.
lhe Willing Workers and their
families helped Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Warner to celebrate their 15th wed-
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J MEDINA.OHIO . V?
The Real Test
of a Bank's Worth
E I rm turn rgtwii
The best way to determine
whether or not a bank is sound
and dependable and worthy of
your patronage is to look at its ,
We point with pride to the
fact that for a third of a cen
tury we have conducted a suc
cessful, growing business along
sound, conservative lines mak
ing unquestioned " safety ahd
helpful service the primary consideration.
Hundreds nf Medina Countv .
- people are making use of our
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facilities to tneir great oeneni.
Under Stat Le us seirve YOU also.
About 60 people were present at
the reception given in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Scoville last Fridav
The teachers of the school attended
the N. E. teacher association last
week Friday and Saturday. '
J. C. Winkler and wife spent three
days visiting relatives in Wayne
county. They returned home Mon
day. A goodly number of Eastern Stars
attended a convention in Cleveland
A baby boy came to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ring, also one to
Fred Johnson and wife last week.
The first number of the lecture
course will be given Nov. 10.
Hallowe'en passed off very quietly
in our village this year. :
Miss Doris Leach of Kent Normal
school, and Miss Helen Eberly of
Oberlin business college were home
over the week end.
Miss Allie Hammon who has been
in a sanitarium at Mt. Vernon. O.,
for live weeks returned home last
week Friday -somewhat improved in
Mrs. Rev. C. D. Castle of Bedford,
O., visited her sister Mrs. Dr. Streett
Mrs. Bert Turner is quite .sick with
the gripp at this writing.
C. C. Rasor, wife and two sons,
Bob and Rex and H. L. Rasor and
wife visited relatives in Youngstown
Ernest Steltzer, a Litchfield boy
who is working near Medina- had his
hand badly hurt last Saturday by a
horse, stepping on it, Crushing it
pretty bad. It will be some time be
fore Earnest will use his 'hand.
The P. & C. association will give
their annual chicken pie supper at
the town hall Saturday evening, Nov.
12. A prosrram Is beinc nrenared.
Supper for adults 35 cents, children
25 cents. Any one just coming for
the entertainment 10 cents. Every
one should make an effort to attend
this supper, as it is for the benefit
Uf the town. Supper will be served
at' 5:30 and continue until all are
Miss Lizzie Latamore of. Litchfield
and Mr. Frank Rising of' Elyria were
married Monday aftinoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cummins entertained
Mrs. Cummins' mother, Mrs. Nealiy
and brother, Mr. Bebout of Cent. -ay-burg,
O., last Saturday and iunday.
Roy Strait who has worked for
John Radie for three years has gone
to Columbus to work.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to all the relatives, neighbors
and friends, for the many expressions
of sympathy extended to ui in our
deep sorrow through the loss of our
dear husband, son and brother, Ralph.
Mrs. Edna M. Herthneck.
, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Herthneck
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Herthneck:
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Thomson p
Notice is hereby given that Milton'
K. Remley will, petition the Probate
Court of Medina County, Ohio, pray
ing that his name be chanced to Mil
ton K. Brown. Said petition will be
for hearing on or after the 12th day
of December A. D. 1921,
W. P. AINS WORTH.
i lw . Atty. for Milton K. Remley
just claims and leiral riarhts therein
milk dealers and dispensers generally
wm nna it necessary to handle noth
ing but a pure product. Here is the
l. All milk plants, milk Hennt.
dairies and any other Dlace where
mils is Drodueer) stnroH
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Dottied for sale or sold shall conform
to the sanitary rules and regulations
as to location, construction, methods
and requirements as adoDted bv the
Department of Agriculture of Ohio
ana stipulated and defined in Rules
for Dairies and Rules for Creameries,
as well as rules and regulations re
lating to the same that may be here
after adopted by the Department of
2. Standardized milk is milk of
which the original fat content has
been changed by partial skimming or
by addition of skimmed milk, cream
or milk rich in fat, and which con
tains not less than three and one-
half per cent milk fat and twelve per
cent total milk solids. And such stan
dardized milk may be sold providing
that on the bottle, can or vessel con
taining such milk be plainly stated
sn cap or label the name of the per
son or firm who standardized such
(milk, together with the words "Stand
ardized Milk," and the per cent of
butter fat, which shall be not less
han three and one-half per cent.,
permitting a one-tenth of one per
cent tolerance on one or more bottles.
cans or vessels, but an average of
twenty-ftve bottles, cans or vessels
shall contain the required stipulated
per cent of fat
3. Unstandardized milk is milk
that is not standardized, or whole"
milk, to which nothing has been ad
ded nor removed, and may be sold at
fretail, provided that on the bottle-,
can or vessel containing such milk be
plainly stated on cap or label the
name of the producer or vendor, to
gether with the words "whole milk"
fend the percentage of butter fat. A
tolerance of two-tenths of one per
cent is permitted on one or more bot
tles, cans or vessels, but an averaee
of twenty-five bottles, cans or vessels
shall contain the required stipulated
Per cent of butter fat, and in no
event shall the butter fat content of
whole milk or unstandardized milk
be less than three per cent butter fat.
4. All whole or unstandardized
milk sold in bottles, cans or vessels
of capacity of two gallons or less
shall be deemed to be sold at retail
and must be labeled in accordance
with the preceding rules.
5. All milk sold at retail from
dairy, milk plant, milk depot, cream
ery, grocery, store, wagon, or other
place of conveyance shall be sold in
bottle only, except milk produced by
boni fide producers, from three cows
or less and shall conform to the pre
6. All restaurants, hotels, confec
tioneries, drug stores or any place
where milk is usually sold and served
by glass, shall be sold from bottle
and each and every bottle shall con
form to the preceding rules.
7. It shall be unlawful to sell ev-
change, deliver or have in custody or
possession with intent to sell, ex
change or 'deliver,, milk from which
the cream or part thereof has been
removed, except standardized milk
complying with provisions of Section
12719, unless in a conspicuous place
above the center and upon the out
side of each vessel, can or package
from which or in which such milk is
sold the words "Skimmed Milk" are
distinctly marked in uncondensed
Gothic letters not less than one inch
in length. ' '
8. The price paid to the producers
of milk by the dealers or manufactur
ers shall be based upon milk contain
insr 3.5 ner cent butter fat and a
differential may be paid which shouTd
be 'greater for milk containing more
than 3.5 per cent butter fat and less
for milk containing less than 3.5 per
cent butter fat
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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THE QUALITY STORE
"Oh That His
Too, Too Solid
Flesh Would Melt"
frets the fat woman. It is indeed an affliction to toD the scales
so alarmingly, but don't worry, Madam, you can camouflage your-over-generous
proportions and apparently weigh ten or fifteen
pounds less than you really weigh. The reason for this is all in
the selection of the proper corset for the stout or near-stout
woman. To aid you in choosine a corset that will r.leverlv con
ceal your superabundant flesh we will give you instructive demon-
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"STYLISH STOUT" CORSETS
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10, 11 and 12
An expert corsetiere of New York will supervise this dem
onstration, ably assisted by our corsetiere, Mrs. Loomis.
When you wear "Stylish Stout" corsets no one but yourself
knows you are stout they slenderize. If you have never worn'
this kind you do not realize what a "Stylish Stout" corset can do
for your figure. It is not a corset for just the stout woman, but
for the Stylish Stout" the woman who cares.
No matter what your figure is, we can fit it. Come and
consult with our corset people tell them your corset troubles.
We guarantee that if you leave the selection to them, your next
corset will fit perfectly and wear well, and the improvement in
your figure will be so marked you will vote forever for "Stylish
Remember it is the corsets that makes the gown. No gown
however fashionable, will give you a smart appearance unless you
are properly corseted. Therefore be certain that you have the
right type of corset for your individual requirements we can
f i m
m you peneciiy-come in ana see.
BLANKET SPECIAL We Dlace .on sale Wedneadav
morniner. Nov. 10th. five cases of extra heaw cotton and woolnan
blankets in plain gray and tan with harmonizing borders and in
beautiful block plaid pattern. These are not sample blankets,
as many offer, but double blankets of superior quality.
We are likely to have a long cold winter, so take advantage
of this special offering and replenish your supply of blankets
now. These good blankets would be cheap at $4.00 to $7.50 but
during this sale we offer in three groups at
Special Prices $2.95, $3.75 and $5.00
BIG SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY
Come in as soon as oOssible as the assortment will soon ha
exhausted fifty dresses in Taffeta, Satin, Georgette. Senre and
Wool Tricotine dresses worth up to $35.00 in the group all
sizes from 16 years to 44 bust.
Special Price $15.00
Tailored Suits We have one eroun of fine tailored suite
carried over from last season naw hmwn hlswlr oroan af "
all sizes up to 48 bust suits that sold up to $60.00 will be found
in uie assortment. n
Special Price $10.00