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September 7. 1922
Berea's Influence in Ohio
The influence of Bore Collcfe U aware of the danger that lurlc in
not only felt in the mountain of 'their pathway, and ahould keep
Kentucky and other Southern States, Traveler Aid representative, or
but also in the Kentucky center of nome other official at the station to
Middletown. 0., where larjre num- meet every train that come into the
her of people from Eastern Kentucky ity from every direction. It ahould
re making their home. Thejrreatma- he done, no matter what the coat
jority of people who have migrated miRht he. because) oftentimea the
to Midfletnwn have jrone from their very hefininnr of a fcirls career in
mounUin home in -earrh of work. N -ttanire city determine her deatiny.
They have found auhntantial. and in find unlen ome effort ia made on the
many instance lucrative, employ- jmrt of the leaders of the city of
ment in the mill and factories of Middletown to remedy thi condition,
Middletown. Some person found hi I shall lift a protesting voice thru
way from an isolated Kentucky com- nut the mnuti'ains against (tirla go
munity to Middletown and after mak- nit there alone.
in( Rood in hi joh, spread the new Mr. Gabbard and hi wife will do
back home? and other followed. n they can to remedy this situation
Great stream from Kentucky have jf the jndustrnl leaders will back
thus irone to Middletown until now them up.
there are more than three thousand My experience in Middletown
people livingr in the Ohio city. ( brought to my attention another ex-
These people represent the classej pn,p)e f the greatest work in the
that are to be found in every com- j wor, nerving one' fellow-man.
munity in the mountain or else- m. E. VAUGHN
where. Some are very poor, and very ( ,
ignorant; ome are very intelligent BEREA TEACHER WEDS
and are developing independence,' .
while other are above the average Weddinf rj, Rinc oberlin and
in intellect and education and are Lexington
making their way in the world. I
A few year ago it was discoverel The f0owinr nem was taken from
by the social worker of the Ameri-jtm, ..0berlin Tribune" and will be of
can Rolling Mill Company that they UT1U,UI, interest to many Berea stu
were not able to make the proper Hent,f Mis8 Sherwood Uught in
contact with the growing number of the EnKiish Department of Berea
Kentuckians. Up to that time, there Collefre from September 1920 to June
were three classe of people living in . ,92o she ha many friends here to
Middletown the very wealthy manu- j con(rratulate her:
facturer and professional people, the, Wednesday evening, August 30.
foreigners ana ine negroes. in
NEW ARREST IN BERGEN CASE
i Chart Scullion, Brother of
Gtorge A. Clin, Held n
llnckenxHck. X. .1., "eot. 1. Charles
Meiilllnn, n 'imther of Mr). Oeore A.
ftlne, wife of the mm charged with
killing .lohii lierpen, n actor, was ir
rested y a IVriren county detective
oti a warrant .linrglm: murder. Ac
cording to stories 'ult t i the Itergen
ewinty nuthorltles It was Scullion who
went upstair In the nine home at
Edgewater fr a revolver, at tline't
request , after I'enten had confessed
Intimacy with Mrs. nine.
Part of a Collection. i
".Inst a moment." Interrupted the !
ilefemlant's lawyer. "Ymi say you j
desilM this man you are suing for i
ii.iim). et hrlng his nteg love
letters Into ponrt carefully tied up j
with a pink rll.lmn." i
"There Is no sentiment In that." re '
plleil the fair plaintiff, haughtily. "I
merely useil a pink rlMmn to ilia- ,
tlngulsh bis from the others." !
with the foreigner or with the ne
groes; they were not able to asso
ciate with the millionaire, hence they
became a distinctly separate group,
and it was to meet the needs of this
isolated group, who felt themselves
to be a citizenry without a country,
that Berea was called upon by thd
American Rolling Mill Company to
send a social worker to Middletown.
Mr. and Mr. Meredith Gabbard
were sent, and the results of their
five years' service have been marvel
ous. Mr. Gabbard is making a place
for the Kentucky mountaineer in the
city of Middletown. He is bringing
to the attention of the millionaire
manufacturers the possibilities of the
well-bred and intelligent mountain
eers in a way that would have been
absolutely impossible without such
m .i j v i ca Burgner. pianist, and Mr. James
Mr. Gabbard has made his way in-
at 8 o'clock, in old Firt Chunh was
solemnized th marriage of Mary
Thompson Sherwood, daughter of
Mrs. Ada Simpson Sherwood, of Be
rea. Ky., to Mr. Normal Llewlyn Hill,
son of Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Hill.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed, the altar being banked with green
ery and at either end cathedral ta
Preceding the cermony, Mr. Arthur
Carruther played as a flute olo "I
Love You Truly," and Mi Adeline
Hill ang, "Because" and "Beloved, it
To the strains of the Lohengrin
Wedding March the bridal party en
tered the church.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held in the James Brand housr
where about 100 guests offered con
gratulations. During the reception
music was furnished by Miss Rebec-
An Emergency Case.
"Where are ymi going In such a
"To see a friend of mine," said Mr.
Oalspur. "He needs my advice."
"Is he In ttiianrlal dlmultler
"No. He's the father of a two-year-old
hoy with curly hair and a dim
ple In hl etilii. I've Just heard that
he Is planning to make the child a
BEREA BANK A TRUST COMPANY
SAVINGS CLUB CERTIFICATE
weekly, temimonthlu, monthly,
IIVMnl pTmH 4rH
hereby agree h undertake to deposit $
in the Saoingi Department of
BEREA BANK & TRUST COMPANY
for a penoJ of 12 monthi from thit Jile.
I understand that the money deposited draws 4 per cent Interest, that the Rank ' '
pay all tatet thereon, and it to be subject to withdrawal accord ng to the regular Savings
Ay opening deposit amounting to $ enclosed
Dated ,2 Addreu
Clip the above certificate and mail to us and lot us help you to save.
Accepted till October 10th, the close of the Savings and Time Deposit Drive.
BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO.
Vacation Is the Best Device for Man to
Restore His Individuality
Later in the evening Mr. Hill an1
to the best homes in Middletown. He
W a a 1.1a frinAm anil w i nfViv
not only the owner, of the American ' hi ride left for a motor trip in the
Rolling Mill, but the millionaire 1 f8, ? ' "J fter "
m r -j, t. . inner i.i m i.inii i!.'pii, , i iif-i mi.
owners of Paper Mills, Tobacco Fac- '. ' .
By DR. DAVID ORR EDSON, in New York Tribune.
The Taintion i the host dVvitv for enabling a man to restore hi indi
viduality. Without it mulen industrial organization would he inipo
sible. Man cinild not endure the routining, inartive life of the hij for
physical reans, nor could he endure the psychic robbery of the larjfe
It i a psychic relief from a too complicated eiistetu tf turn to the
woods. Ca;np life put drama into the neoe-initie of existence. It make
breakfast a gamble and the achievement of dinner a tnasterpieiv of inge
nuity, pati -nce and physical prowess. Mn must be constantly achieving;
he must lie eternally pitting hi ability against the world and conquer
Vo-, hat is there to make a man proud of himself a he eat bacon
and eggs at home in the morning? He did not find those eggs, nor cook
them ; he will be lucky if he can pay for them. Contrast thi with the
exultation of pniditig his own breakfast in camp of outwitting the
ragv trout in his xvl, of leaping up the path shouting to hi slothful
canipinates, of cooking the beauties and then hearing the sweet won) of
praise which, if they be decent human being, hi fellows cannot fail to
(flower niHin him.
tories. Shirt Factories, all of wh'?h
make up the industrial life of the
For five years the Gabbard have
conducted an annual Kentucky Home
I Hill is instructor in the department
cf Political Science at the University
For several year the bride and her
mother lived at 180 West College
' lt.,f LA ...in ..na rm
Fair. The display of spreads quilts. t( hav. Wn teachin(. . Be.
Uble cover, rug, needlework .nd Coege B(,rea R
cann.ng brought forth real and en- M. and Mr9 Hi are
thusiastic applause from all the s ftf the cagg of 19n of oberin
visitors. Among; tne nunareas oi
dollars' worth of handmade articles
that were put out by the native
mountain women under the direction
of Mrs. Gabbard was a nice collection
from the Fireside Industries of Be
rea College. Hundred of dollars'
worth of order were taken during
the fair, and it is no wide stretch of
College. Mr. Hill was a member of
the faculty of Denison University at
Granville the past year.
The out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Emery Simpson Sherwood
of Evanston, III:; Mr. and Mrs. Gor
don and sons, Julian and Alan, and
t Mrs. Julia Watson of Massillon; Miss
! nAi-tmirla Cftiilnttmnn tf Timtial1 T i
imagination to see that the homespun tT . ,. r
. . ... . . . Mrs. C. H. Kellogg of Madison; Mrs.
business will be a permanent thing; --.-,..,. T r- i.
. 1 P. F. Finch, Misa Mary Louise Finch:
in Middletown. . , , ,, . . ,1
I of Cleveland; Mrs. Anna N. Scbaff
My one trip to Mr. Gabbard fairof T)ie(1o; Mr. Annie Hill of Akron;
convinces me that the handcraft art is Mr an1 MrH W;u douei,,, and '
Earth bath no place for listless, idle hands I
The plan of nature, forged from Ions; ago
In her great cosmic furnaces, demands
The labor of each being. None below
May stand aloof from honest labor's fields
Where men mould wealth and burn the dross away,
Or hide behind the craven mask that shields
The forehead from the heat of burning day.
Give me good tool upon the living way
And let me work with all my fellowmen.
And shirk no task, and seek no vain delay,
But earn rewards which toil alone can win.
For like Heraclea with hi heavenly rest,
I'd win the golden prize or die upon the quest.
John F. Smith
in for a great comeback in the Unitel
States. Middletown alone, a city of
less than 30.000 population, can sup
ply an adequate market for a fair
sized Home Industry. The field of
that work is unlimited and it is hoped
that hundreds of Berea girls in the
future will turn out scores of patterns
of hand-made articles for the rap'dly
increasing market of America.
Mr. Gabbard is not only work'n?
for the people who come from East
ern Kentucky, but ia doing a large
service fi- every stranger who come
into Middletown. For example, he
discovered the great need of a home
for girls, and as a result of his ef
forts, a beautiful Girls' Club Build
ing has been purchased and la now
daughter of Huron; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hill and children of Cleveland.
His Trip Back.
"Your hiisliiiml Is quite enthusiastic
over this liuck to the Moll lileu," re
marked the nelKhhiir woman.
"Ye," nupel hi wife, "but the
only chance John ever will have of
getting hack to the soil Mill be when
the undertaker takes him there."
If you want to find the woman in
the case, look in the young fellow's
The beat sermon in the world is
preached by the man whose life ia a
Announcement has just been re
ceived of the marriage of Miss Jo
i Hord Frank to Mr. William Owen
(Hester. The wedding took place in,
Lexington on September 4th. Miss
Frank has been connected with Berea
College for some time, and news of
her wedding came aa a surprise to
many of her friends, who join in
The capital of the United State
ha been in a number of place be
side it present location. It was in
Baltimore, in Lancaster and York,
of hundreds of , 'ennaylvama, in Trenton. Annapolis,
Princeton, and New York City; long-
n,.,. . .-..t,-. ,i;, i i 'est of all, it wa in Philadelphia. It
to the discredit of the city of Middle- j U waivable that it may some day
town to which I hope Mr. Gabbard remove ,lfroln Washington t a
place neare rthe center of the coun
will turn hi attention. Hundreds o'
girls, ignorant and inexperienced,
come to Middletown in search of
work. Many of them come alone,
and there is no representative of an
uplift organization to meet them at
the train. I have been informed by
reliable people that many of these
girl have been met at the station by
Greek and other foreigners, and by
unprincipled Americans, to be beguil
ed Into disreputable boarding house,
which, in the end, meant their down
fall. Middletown owes a share of its
prosperity to the homeless, friendle1 n,,wn ni" than un hin'
wcrking girls who come there un- ' l'ut " n,or DumP-
Patrick Henry failed in business
because be loved to go fishing; but
he finally became the greatest of
orator. There ia nothing like fish
ing to stir the imagination, and give
gloss and shine to the vocabulary.
Many man ha wished that hi
baby had to cry in the sign language.
("I! SCHOOL DAUS I A I
i n i
M ,i.-n e v-w ut "JTiJl U X
',' ifimtmtx ' D- " f s! urn
J ! l mx L- ' Mgt trri-M-ce s- - r
iW'li ,, tm. -. - s, .r
WFMT ft rror
Proof of Devotion.
"Tom proposed ti me lust night."
"Ild ymi accept hlinT"
"Of course I did. Any nmn who
would propose these times when the
cost of living is i high must fove a
gtrl a lot."
Wife (bitterly) The kind of woman
for you to have married Is a silly
Huh I'm (lad you think I did the
correct thing, my dear.
FRRR HAMPI.Efl AND fTTLB
BOOK Of MKN'H TAILOR
Sn oa RquMt
Wmt Tailor Mad Clothsa. Twr
oost ao mor than radv mado"
Ro Ui mlddUman profit aad
ft EXTRA PAIR Or PANTS
PRE! WITH ETERY SUIT.
Hav your mvaouro Uku la -oar
owa horn, ultcl your owa otrlo
aad Ul our prt, laOor yoar
ult lo suit you.
ilt our aamplo book an aoo wlwl
wonderful slua wo off sr. Writ
uo card today. Toa may font
Plmao Montlon Thla Papor
'Mi Im-' iin I is mi. -rely a manufac
turer of ws-le baskets," slghol the
hoiiiiio uitli MsilrsliMi. "It seems
ui-h a prooy iMi-upatlmi."
"On the contrary there la really
much Hietry In waste hasketa," re
plied the imapprei'lateil hard.
Nw Leferer Nttro-
Spcial only $29.00
K.'oe ana arenate is
uantitloo by tna u. t.
Navy. WS amokad.
leerlna two esoa.
win ta anaat ngat
and atand aa wtwan
KM aa tna tnaat
laok avar avt
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X. rirmd avar
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!- sun ;
with an '
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ti n. 2S and SO In.
Mln. atook and abeirt F tel.
drop. A La'avar wan tha 1
world' ehampianania at 1
Oiv-ioia aamaa In Landan.
favor haa atood tae aarvioa and
durability foe ovar bo yra.
WRITS WOK CATALOUUE
ItFmr knm ttx, la i Nlujca, I.T.
CANFIELD BUS LINE
3:30 p. m.
8:00 a. m.
8 00 p.m.
l eave Berea 8 15 a m.
Leave Kichmond H 00 p.m.
Sunday connections for Booneaboro take No.
mond, Booneaboro bus waiting.
8 for Rich-
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