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PERRY8BUBG, WOOD 00., 0., THUBSDAY, MAY 22,1919.
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Friday evening, May 23, the
eighth graders will have a party
at the home of Albert Fahrer.
' Sixth Grade
Final testa are now the chief
topic of conversation.
r Side No. 1 was the winner this
time against side No. 2. The pupils
"of this grade celebrated on last
Friday in their characteristic way
they do things. '
At this celebration there were
quantities of beautiful flowers and
masses of violets.
Many of the girls went on a
flower hunt on Thursday evening
and came next day laden with all
the flowers of the season.
On Tuesday evening of this
week the pupils of the sixth erade
were invited to go on a violet hunt
as guests of Dons Lauman. The
violets are to be taken to the city
hospital by Mrs. Lauman.
Genevieve Jackman spelled her
school down last week.
The fifth grade contested with
the fourth grade in a spell down
last Friday afternoon and won.
Those who remained standing
were Ivan Noble, Alfred Fahrer,
Mildred Mladenus, Fern Simmons,
Marian Beverly, Lee Neiderhousc
and Helen Snyder.
Last Friday we had another
spell down against the fifth grade
but this time we left the honors
to the right 'owners, the fifth grad
ers. Dorothy Mandell, Marie Will
stead, Phyllis Rosengarten and
Clifford Ridgway are exempted in
all their "studies. Many are ex
empt in one or more subjects.
The children enjoyed their
party Friday afternoon very
much. Sandwiches, pickles, cake
and marshmallows wero served.
"We had nine visitors. Five moth
ers were present, Mesdames Clark,
Goble, Rader, Lindsay and Neifer.
Dorothy Ann Clark is ill.
James Plummer has returned
after a week's absence.
RED CROSS NOTES
The ladies of the Red Cross
Auxiliary and the Civic Associa
tion extend an invitation to all
our returned soldiers in Perrys
burg and Perrysburg township to
a banquet and program to be
given in their honor at the town
hall, Tuesdaj- evening, June 10,
The general public is invited to
the program and it is hoped every
one in Pcrrj-sburg and Perrysburg
township will be present to honor
our boys at this reception. A
good time is in store for all who
come. It is earnestly hoped that
the soldiers will come in uniform,
if convenient to do so.
AMELIA C. COOK,
bec'y Red Cross.
For a Sprained Ankle.
As soon as possible after the injury
is received get a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment and follow the plain
printed directions which accompany
DR. B. KINSLEY
Office Hours 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 5
p. m. Office upstairs corner
Second and Main Streets.
Phone Main 14.
ALFRED P. HAYWOOD
"Doctor of Chiropractic
4th StRet, Perrysburg, 0.
6:00 to 9:00 Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday Evenings or
FREDERICK C. AVER1LL
818 Spitur BmiHiM.
Hm PImm lilS.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
.' Dealer in
' Watcfces Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles.
006 Monroe St. Toledo, 0.
Near Michigan Street.
Special care will be taken with the
repair of all kind ot Witehet,
AT THE CHURCHES
Rev. W. H. Pheley, Minister.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Lesson study, "Repentance."
Jonah 3:1-10; Luke 13:1-5: Acts
2 :37, 38.
Morning worship and sermon at
The Christian Endeavor meeting
at 6:30 in the evening will be led
by George Roose. Topic, "God's
Precious Promises." 1 Kings 8:54
61; 2 Pet. 1:7-4.
There will be no evening service.
The' congregation will attend the
service at the Lutheran church
where the Baccalaureate sermon
will be preached.
Prayer and praise service on
Thursday evening at 7 :30.
W. H. Spybey, Pastor.
Subject of the sermon next Sun
day morning is "The Holy
Spirit." At night tfiere will be no
service, all participating in the
high school graduating clas Bac
Sunday morning School of Re
ligious Education at 9:00 o'clock.
You will profit by attendance.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH
P. Kluepfel, Pastor.
Sunday, May 25th.
Sunday School at 9 :00.
Divine service at 10:00.
Baccalaureate service at 8 :00.
Ladies' Aid meets Thursday
afternoon, May 22nd.
Bible School Saturday at 9:00.
Everybody welcome at all serv
ices. EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Rev. C. "W. Weltmer, Pastor.
Services for the week and Sun
day, May 25th :
Yhen problems in social, na
tional and international life have
suddenly shifted into new perspec
tives; when enlarged responsibili
ties created by these changed-conditions
are a ' r ly upon us, it is
imperative th .e church enter
upon a peri,.d of extraordinary
preparedness for the larger pro
gram of world-wide evangeliza
tion. "We are girding ourselves for the
new demands upon our strength
Our church has taken up this
'great forward movement with
great zeal. Glad to see the pleas
ing effect it has upon all the dif
ferent branches of the church.
The steady increase and ever
growing interest is a manifestation
of this truth and worth.
Men's League Tuesday evening.
That was a great meeting last
Tuesday evening. Leader for
Tuesday evening, Harry Spreng.
We welcome you to come and en
joy these meetings.
Wednesday p. m., W. M. S. at
the home of Mrs. Harry Spreng.
Thursday evening prayer meet
ing and in connection with this
the election of Y. P., A. officers.
Sunday School for May 25th
opens at 9:00. Subject, "Repent
ance." Golden Text: Repent ye,
and believe the gospel.
School closes promptly at 10 :30.
Memorial services will be held be
ginning at 10:30. "Wolford Post
and all ex-soldiers will meet at the
Post room at 10:00 a. m. and
march in a body to the church.
A hearty invitation is extended
to all ex-soldiers and soldiers just
returned from camp or overseas,
widows and orphans, sons and
daughters- of veterans and war
mothers to be present. There will
be no services on Sunday evening
as the Baccalaureate services will
be held in the Lutheran church in
honor of our graduating class of
An item in last week's issue of
the Custar News says: "Who re
members paying their taxes in
Perrysburg and the moving of the
county seat to Bowling Green!"
G. MAN TO DELIVER
Hon. Jonathan E. Ladd of Bowl
ing Green will deliver the
memorial address at Ft, Meiga
cemettry on Decoration Day,
1 MEMORIAL DAY PROCLAMATION I
I Friday, May 30, in Memorial Day. In years past and
I gone, each successive anniversary of this day, has seen 1
this Nation pay even greater tribute to its honored dead, j
As time passes, the thinning ranks of our Country's 1
Defenders become more and more depleted, but their
deeds of valor are not forgotten and what -they did be- 1
sides being recorded on history's page burns deeper and j
deeper, as years go by, into the hearts of a grateful Re-
At this time, let us not be unmindful of the heroes 1
who sleep on Ft. Meigs and Dudley's Battlefield across'the j
I way ; and again let us pay a fitting tribute to the Veterans
of '61 and '65, those gallant men who went forth to de-
i fend this Country against those who would destroy it;
I most have gone on; many lie amongst us while others
1 sleep beneath the pines on southern battlefields where I
with their comrades they fought and won the victory. 1
I And of those of the World War, we need hot be reminded. I
I They went forth at their Country's call, those youths, and j
1 like true Americans won the fight. They know not the j
1 word retreat ; they carried our flag to Victory. 1
I Most will return to us, but many lie buried where
I they fell upon the blood stained fields across the sea ; we
shall not forget and the world cannot forget the costly
sacrifice they laid upon the altar of Freedom.
It is fitting to remember the services of our Country's 1
heroes and often to pay tributes of respect to their 1
1 memory. Therefore, to this community of loyal citizens,
I I proclaim Friday, May 30, a day to be set apart in memory 1
1 of our soldier dead. Let all business be suspended; re- j
I frain from your employments and take some part in the j
exercises of the occasion for in so doing you will be con- I
tributing to the honor of our common County and respect
to our fallen heroes.
I (Signed) DWIGHT CANFIELD, I
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SALVATION ARMY DRIVE
Now on to Secure Funds for
The splendid work of this organ
ization is too well known to need
any special plea, at this time. Every
man that wears Uncle Sam's uni
form will testify as to the service of
the Salvation army during the
World War and what it meant to
The campaign is nation-wide
in an endeaver to raise $13,000,000
to prosecute their work. Help it
along and do it this week. Make
payments at either of the Perrys
HERE'S HOW TO MAKE SAL
VATION ARMY DOUGHNUTS
Salvation Army doughnuts were
famous in France and returning
soldiers have well advertised them
in the United States and they
contend that not even mother
ever made such doughnuts as
those furnished -by the Salvation
Army. The American soldier
found in these doughnuts more
than the little bite to eat, which
the Salvation Army girl intended
them merely to me. The homely
Idoughnut was a comfort to the
soldier's soul. It transported mm
magically from the raging inferno
of the battle fields of Europe to
his own home, fixed his thoughts
upon the things he was fighting
for, heartened him and gave him
the courage to laugh at death and
to carry out bravely and unswerv
ingly the purpose which had
brought hiin to Europe. Because
of these things the recipe for
these famous doughnuts would
have to include a lot of human
sentiment and sympathy, as well
as the usual materials, but here
is the official Salvation Army
doughnut recipe which is guar
anteed to make good doughnuts
anywhere, which taste better and
better according to the degree or
need which there may be for any
kind of refreshment, spiritual or
5 cups of flour.
2 cups of sugar.
5 teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der. 1 saltspoonful of salt.
1 cups of milk. s" ,
1 tablespoonful of lard.
Knead, shape with a doughnut
cutter, drop into mad hot lard and
in a few minutes you have it!
Cause of Headache.
By knowing the cause, a disease may
often be avoided. This is particularly
true of headache. The most common
cause of headache is a disordered stom
ach or constipation, which may be cor
rected by taking a few doses of Cham
berlain's Tablets. Try it. Many others'
have obtained permanent relief by
Iwwng taM xaDists, They are easy
to W,f aMwlW ap) gtatlal t. '
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS.
Chance to Land a Good Position.
Apply for Bulletin,
Forty examinations are called
for the month of June by the State
Civil Service Commission in its
latest official bulletin. The exam
inations include those for positions
as clerk, stenographers, cpnhiers.
and more than a score of other p
sitions. The complete list t'oi lows :
Monday, June 16. Examina
tions for clerks, Grade IV, guards,
junior messengers, grade teachers,
dredge firemen, storekeepers and
Tuesday, June 17. Farm fore
man, clerks, Grade II, engineers,
caretakers, laborers and foreman.
Wednesday, June 18. Apprais
al stenographers, Grade HI clerks,
institutional clerks, cashiers,
dredge cranemen, orchardmen,
and assistant sanitary engineer.
Thursday, June 19. Penal mat
rons, iarm managers, stenog
raphers, dredge engineers, dairy
men and. electricians.
Friday, June 20. Payroll aud
itors, stenographers, rGrade 3,
plumbers, apiary inspectors, labor
foremen, registrar assistant, and
Monday, June 23. Superin
tendent for the State School for
In addition to the above assem
bled examinations, applications
for these positions will be accept
ed up to June 27 : Chief engineer,
operating engineers, assistant op
erating engineers, first and second
class firemen and boiler cleaner.
The official bulletin which gives
complete details of all examina
tions will besent free upon re
quest to all who address The State
Civil Service Commission, Colum
MEN'S 10-ACRE CORN CON
Rules for the Men's 10-Acre
Corn Contest conducted by the
Ohio State University are being
distributed. The contest is open
to any person farming in Ohio who'
is more than 20 years of age. Con
testants raising an average of 100
or more bushels of corn to the acre
will be elected to life membership
in the One-Hundred Bushel Corn
Club of Ohio. Gold medals will
be awarded to champions in the
counties and grand championship
cup will be presented to the state
winner. Complete rules may be
had from County Agricultural
Agents or the Department of
Farm Crops, the Ohio State Uni
PROGRAMS FOR PICNICS
General plans, suggested games
and Uterary programs for picnics
have iust been issued hv t.Ti Col
lege of Agriculture, Columbus.
copies oi tins material may be had
without cost on annlication to
Prof, L, O, Lantis of that institu-
SUBSCRIBE OVER $200,000
FOR VICTORY BONDS
WOOD COUNTY TEACHER ON
Moro than 1,000 Ohio school
teachers are ou the War Savings
Stamp Honor Roll, among whom
Wood county is represented.
When a school room has sold
stamps to the extent of $20 per
pupil enrolled it is placed on the
War Savings Stamp Honor Roll.
The teacher of an Honor Roll
room is presented with a bar pin
bearing the words, "Patriotic
Service." The gift is an indica
tion of thVgovernment's apprecia
tion of efforts to help meet war
expenses and inculcate habits of
Wood county is represented on
the War Savings Stamp Honor
Roll by Vada C. Gribben.
The Perrysburg Woman's Com
munity League held an open meet
ing at the Civic rooms, Monday,
May 19, 1919, and elected the fol
lowing ladies as members of the
executive board: Mrs. D. R. Can
field, Mrs. R. C. PeAV, Mrs. H. H.
Sarsrent. Mrs. Bess Mandell. Mrs
Fred Hillabrand, Mrs. James
The next recrnlar Tnentino- nf Mm
Community League will be held
Thursday, June 5, at 2 p. m.
The annual dues are 50 cents be-
ginning June 1st, 1919. It is
hoped every woman in Perrysburg
will join this organization. Twen
ty ladies joined at the first meet
ing. Help boost.
AMELIA C. COOK, Sec'y.
ENTER DRUG STORE
Some time Sunday evening,
prowlers jimmied the lock on the
rear door of Champney's Drug
Store, but as nothing was found
disturbed the "would-be" robbers
were probably frightened away
before getting any plunder.
Capt. (Dr.) G. A. Gorsush, Spe
cialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Glasses. Has returned from the
army. Hours, 9 a. m. 'till i p. m.
daily except Sunday. 120 S. Main
St. Over Interurban Station.
Bowling Green, O. Phone 146R.
CARD OP THANKS
We Wish to nvtpnd mir nionir kl,
to our friends and relatives for their
kindness ahntvn rlnrino. Hin Aani-U nn.1
burial of our daughter and sister, and
Aui- me ueuuiuui norai otrerings. To
Rev. Kiebel for his kind words.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkhart and
Commencement tickets on sale
at Champney's Thursday, May 22.
Strengthen Your Will
By opening a savings account at the Citi
zen's Banking Co. and adding to it regu
larly. Regular saving demands self-control
and self-deniaL It calls for determination
to put permanent welfare above the pleas
ure or folly of the hour. It is a test and
exercise of will-power.
Back of every successful undertaking
is the force of somebody's determinatioa
to see it through. Will-power is essential
to every business success. It is the foun
dation of character.
Start a savings account today be a
stronger man tomorrow.
4 Interest on Savings
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CAPITAL STOCK- JSOJMQ.QO
Tireless Solicitors and Patriotic
Citizens Make Largest Quota
SOLICITORS TO BANQUET
When the Liberty Loan Com
mittee of Perrysburg township
learned that its quota in the final
Victory drive had been set at
$136,000, they were somewhat in
doubt as to whether it would be
fully raised or not. Perrysburg
always had done her utmost in
each of the four preceding drives
and the committees in charge
were ready and did do the job up
right to the finish.
"Over the Ton" was their
slogan and today we are pleased
to state that not only did they
raise the ciuota of $136,000. but
the $200,000 mark has been passed
by $100. Figures at the banks
Citizen's Banking Co $101,750
Perrysburg Banking Co... 98,350
A banquet and short program
will be enjoyed this (Thursday)
evening at the Civic rooms by all
the faithful Liberty Loan work
ers. They are entitled to this
token of appreciation of their tire
less efforts in doing all they
possibly could to take Perrysburg
over the top in every one of the
Liberty Loan drives.
Commencement tickets on sale
at Champney's Thursday, May 22.
A UNIQUE RECORD
Foster-Milburn Co., whose pro
duct, Doan's Kidney Pills, is ad
vertised in our columns, is one o
the oldest advertising firms in the
United States They began using
the daily and weekly newspapers
35 years ago, and have kept ,it up
ever since. This is one of the
strongest proofs of the value of;
Twenty years ago Foster-Milburn
Company conceived the idea
of proving the merit of. their goods
with local testimonials. It took
them fifteen years to collect the
testimonials from every one of the
3,500 United States towns in
which they do this kind of adver
tising. It was a tremendous task,
but they stuck to it until they suc
ceeded, and the result Is that
Doan's Kidney Pills are one of the
best advertised and best recom
mended remedies in the world,
Remember commencement sea
son, May 27th to 29th inclusive.
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