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PEBRY8BUBG, WOOD 00., 0., THUBSDAY, JUNE 6, 1919.
$1.60 IN ADVAIOE-IO. 16
RECEPTION FOR SOLDIERS
AT THE CHURCHES
SCHOOL YEAR ENDED
SAW REAL SERVICE
MEMORIAL OF THE DEAD
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The Indies of tho Red Cross
Auxiliary nnd 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
ball, Tuesday evening, 'Juno 10,
t The general public is invited to
'the program andit is hoped every
one in Perrysburg and Perrysburg
township will be present to honor
our boys at this reception. A
good time is in storo for all who
come. It is earnestly hoped that
the soldiers will come in uniform,
if convenient to do so.
' AMELIA C. COOK,
--, Sec'y Red Cross.
Following is Perrysburg 's
''Honor Roll." If anyone knows
oi a Perrysburg lad who donaed
ne uniform for his country at tho
time or the great world stnie,
whether he enlisted, was drafted
or a student in training, let their
names be sent in, as wo want the
liBt as near correct as possible.
THE GOLD STARS
Bowers, Dr. M. II.
Cole, R. L.
Coiiutock, Dr. R. W.
Curtis, Merlin N.
Eberly. Karl C.
Finch, Ell wood
Greenhalsh. Georse P,
Hsu, Harvey L.
Haef ner, George C.
Harris, K.E. '
Hartshorn, Edw, L
Hartshorn, C. R.
(Ullabrand. Carl M.
Hodman, John F.
Honner. Albert F.
Hopkins, Gilbert B.
lonnson, n. w.
Leslie, John M.
Leydorf . Wm.
Leber. Merlin A.
, Lusher, Elmer H.
Marti, Louis C.
Masters, Francis P.
Miller, Bernard A.
Myers. Fred J.
O' Doyle, Gerald
Radell, Frank M.
Reitzel, Chester L.
Robertson, C. C.
Ross, Mai W.
Basse, Fred W.
Schrocdcr, Alfred G,
Schwind, Cyril F.
, Shlple, Chas, G.
Shlpman, Dr. Clarence
Simmons, Carl F.
Springstcad, i rank H.
Stanford, Leland S.
Troyer, James H.
Van Dorf , Morris
Vetter, Arthur .
Walbridge, Edw. L.
WUe. Fred Roy
Wolf, John E.
' Young-, Ruf us
Zingg, Alfred N.
ZOAR LUTHERAN CHURCH
- P. Kleupfel, Pastor.
Sunday, June 8, Pentecost.
Sunday School at 9 :00.
Preparatory service at 10 :00.
Divine service and Communion
An offering will be taken at
this service for the educational in
stitutions of synod.
The Ladies' Auxiliary meets
Thursday afternoon, Juno 12th.
.Bible School Saturday at 9:00.
A cordial welcome is extended
Rev. C. W. Weltiner, Pastor.
Services for June the 8th :
Sunday School at 9. Subject,
"Obedience." Golden Text: Ye
are my friends, if ye do whatso
ever I command you.
Men's Lenguc Tuesday evening.
All men are welcome.
Prayer meeting Thursday eve
Sunday School business meet
ing at the home of Harry Spreng,
Y. P. A."- Sunday evening at 7.
Preaching, at 8.
You are welcome.
Perrysburg to Have a Captured
W. II. Spybey, Pastor.
Yet my faith in Him reposes
"Who in war-time,
Still makes roses."
Sunday gives opportunity for
consideration of God who "gives
beauty for ashes," and ordains
the heat of summer to produce
food for the world.
' At the morning service the
pastor will discuss the subject of
''World Reconstruction and Lines
It is Apt to Pursue. ' ' At night the
last of the series of pictures for
Sunday School at 9 :30 a. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting -Thursday night.
A letter from Congressman
James Bcgg to George Craig of
Perrysburg indicates that the pre
liminary steps have been taken to
provide Perrysburg with a sample
of the Imperial German army's
The bill introduced by Congress
man Begg provides as follows-: ,
'Be it enacted, etc., that 'the sec
retary of war be, and he is hereby
authorized and directed to donate
to the village of Perrysburg, Ohio,
one cannon or fieldpiece, with car
nages and accompaniments, cap
tured by the American army from
the forces of the Imperial German
government during the present
GRASS ROOTS TO EAT
Armenian Refugees at Point of
Starvation Will You Help?'1?
Hunger and destitution have
reached such a point among the
Armenian refugees in the near
East that the principal, diet of
many is a kind of -broth made
from grass roots gathered in the
fields by women, who often fall
exhausted while gathering this
meager ration. The little children
cannot cut such food and they are
dying in great numbers according
to advices received here trom
Howard Heinz. American Fo6d
Commissioner for the near East,
who is now in Constantinople.
"Unquestionably these people
will have to be fed for another
year," writes Mr. Heinz. Many of
them are refugees from Turkey,
and these all desire to get back to
their homes and till the lands they
left, but when they get back I am
sure they will find very little. The
Turks-have despoiled everything
and there will be nothing with
which people may either live on
or make a living.
Funds are being
America now to alleviate this dis
tress, which in some areas has
reached a stage that the frantic
people are resorting to Cannibal
ism in an effort to survive.
Commencement Week is Climax of
Another Successful Term in
Old P. H. S.
The public school closed Thurs
day, May 29. In spite, of the
"flu," the required amount of
ground was covered in practically
every branch. .This is due partly
to the co-operation of the parents
xiiid pupils in doing home work
during the time that the. school
was closed and partly to the
lengthening of the school day.
Commencement exercises went
off especially well this year, begin
ning with Rev. Kleuplels Bac
calaureate sermon and ending
with Prof. Kohl's commencement
Rev. Kleupfel took Ifor the sub
ject of his discourse the class
motto, "Be," interpreting the
phrase "Be Godly," as including
everything necessary to a person
who would be successful, useful
and happy. The responsive read
ing was conducted by the Rev.
Tuesday- evening the members
of the Senior class fairly outdone
themselves when they gavljfy the
play, "Standing By." Everyone
seemed equal to the part assigned
to them, from the heroine and vil
lian down to the colored private,
Henry, with his handy rzor.
Between acts musictu numbers
were given by the colored trio,
Walter Thornton, Leo Dibling and
Murr Canfield, and a vocal solo
was given by Mary Williams.
School orchestra also played sev
( Continued on Eighth Page.)
THEY LOOKED GOOD
DR. B, KINSLEY
Office Hours 8 to' 11 a. m.; 1 to
p, m. Office upstairs corner
Second' and Main-Streets.
. Phone Main 14.
ALFRED P. HAYWOOD
Doctor of Chiropractio
4th Street, Perrysburg, O.
6:00 to 9:00 Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday Evenings or
FREDERICK C. AYER1LL
818 SpiUer BaUdlaf ,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
rf Dealer in
Watches Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles.
' 000 Monroe fit. Toledo, O.
;, Near Michigan Street
v Special" care will be taken with the
repair, of fall kind of Wtcha,
ev. W. H. Phelcy, Minister.
Services lor Sunday, June 8 :
"Obedience" the kind, that is
faithful; that has a cheer and a
song in it is the general lesson
for the Sunday School hour at
Wanted Everyone present for
tho last practice for Children's
Day, which will be observed ,on
the 15th. With your help we are
going to have a great, glad day.
Morning 'worship and sermon at
10:30. Dr. Phcley will preach. In
the evening at 7 :30, Mr. R. C. Pew,
at our urgent invitation, will
speak of things he saw and heard
in the worlds great war ,zone
from which he 'has recently re
turned. Everyone will want to
hear this address and all are most
cordially invited. See further
notice elsewhere in this paper.
Christian Endeavor meeting at
6:30. Topic, "Conditions" Neces
sary for World Peace. " Mic. 4:1
5. Gordon E. Pheley, leader.
Prayer and praise service Thurs
day evening at 7 :30. Subject for
consideration, "The Man of Edes
sa. ' ' These studies baised on Rob
ert Freeman's outlines have a
stimulancy highly interesting and
helpful. Come and sharo the hour
with us. "
A welcome supper to the re
turned members of our Honor Roll
will bo given in the church ban
quet hall, Friday evening 'at 7
o'clock. It is under tho direction
of a committee of tho War Moth
ers of tho church, of which Mrs.
W. II, Roose is chairman. They
arc planing to make it a very hap
Tho Choral Union will meet for
practice Saturday evening at 7
o'clo'ck, Tho members enjoyed a
delightful social evening at the
home of the pastor last Wednesday.
Front street is getting
ier" every day!
My, but don't' a little ice cream
soda" help out wonderful on these
We've heard it rumored that
the contractor expects to have the
Fifth street pavement finished by
Wonder if there is a real live
"kid" in town that hasn't taken
a plunge in the old Maumee yet
"this summer? It's great 1
Lots of folks are staying right
at home in Perrysburg and satisfy
ing themselves' with "almost
beer." You can't hardly tell the
A certain lady in Perrysburg
called and asked that we "mention
the fact that she and many of her
friends, in fact the whole town,
were exceedingly proud of the
boys in khaki, who marched in
the Memorial day parade. About
40 of the 150 discharged boys
were in line.
Editor Journal: Please allow
me space to express my apprecia
tion and compliment of and for
the young soldiers who appeared
raised" Tfirhrthe Memorial Diy pai'ade on
Second only to the veterans of
the war or the rebellion, these
boys were the real feature of the
parade, and this is .said with due
regard and respect for all others
who participated therein.
It is to be hoped that these
young men will appear in their
uniionns eacn year, mere are
many good reasons why this
1 would suggest to theso men,
that tlfey get together and pcrtcct
an organization that will have a
definite object in the preservation
of the list of those who entered
the service as well as keeping up a
Let it be a Perrysburg town and
township organization properly
officered with occasional meetings
if possible. At least an annual re
union should be held in Perrys
burg on which occasion I am sure
the people will be glad to recog
nize their own soldier boys by giv
ing them a pleasant reception.
These boys certainly look good
to me and I hope to see them fre
quently. E. L. BLUE.
James II. Troyer arrived home
early Friday (Decoration Day)
morning, accompanied by his wife,
who met him at Washington, D.
C, where he received his dis
charge on May 28th, a portion of
which reads as follows :
Embarked on board U. S. S.
DcKnlb at the Nuvy Yard, Phila
delphia, Pa., October 16th, 1917,
for foreign expeditlionaVy shore
Sailed from that navy ward at
8:05 a. m. October 17th, 1917.
Disembarked 4:00 p. m. Novem
ber 2nd, 1917, at St. Naxaire,
Engaged in active operations
against the enemy as follows :
Toulon Sector, French front,
March 15th to May 16th, 1918.
Chatcau-Tliicry Sector, Ameri
can front, June 1st to July 7th,
Soissons Sector, American
French front, July 18th to July
Toul tiector, French front, Au
gust 5th to August 16th, 1918.
St. Miheil Salient, American
front, September 11th to Septem
ber 16th, 1918.
Champagne Sector, French
front, battle of Mount "Mont
Blanc," October 2nd to October
Meuse-Argonne Sector, Amei-i-can
front, November 1st, 1918, to
November 11th, 1918. November
17th to December 12th, 1918, par
ticipated in the march to the
Rhine for the occupation of the
Coblenz bridgehead. December
13th, 1918, to March 23rd, 1919,
Army of Occupation in the Cob
Embarked on S. S. America
April 21st, 1919, from Marseille,
France. Arrived at New York
10:15 a. m. May 7th, 1919.
Patriotic Citizens Turn Out in
Grand Parade in Honor of
Our Fallen Heroes.
THE LAST CALL
We regret the necessity of again
having to urge the people to send
in their subscription to the Salva
tion Army Home fund. We ex
pected to have all tho subscrip
tions in by May 31, but many have
not yet responded as w.ere ex
pected to do so. We again urge
you to get your subscription in
this week. Pay at either bank or
W. J. VEITCH, Chairman.
The spirit that filled the hearts
of every ono who took part in tho
Memorial Day exercises (whether
they were in line or among tho on
lookers) was of a nature that can
not be expressed in writing.
"It was a grand day, full of sun
shine, and the people of Perrys
burg, in honor of those who laid
down their lives that we might
enjoy freedom, were only too
eager to pay their respects by tak
ing part in the exercises arranged
for the occasion.
The parade formed at tho
Library corner, headed by Mar
shal of the Day Col. E. L. Kings
bury. The color bearer with Old
Glory waving in the breeze, fol
lowed by the baud, came next. In
the following order the remainder
of the parade consisted of the
Mayor and Council, G. A. R.,
Soldiers of the World War, War
Mothers, Red Cross, Bugle Corps,
Liberty Loan Workers, W. O. W.,
I. O. O. F. and School Children.
The procession marched to Ft.
Meigs cemetery where the follow
ing program took place :
Music by the band.
Invocation by Rev. W. H. Spy
Address by Jonathan E. Ladd.
Small flags marked the graves
of the heroes of previous wars and
on these a bouquet of tho season's
flowers were placed in memory of
the great sacrifice made by those
who sleep there.
At. Ft. Meigs a bouquet was
placed on the monument and also
one on the flag pole. Another was
tenderly laid on the patch of
green that marks tho ono large
grave of the famous "Kentucky
The manner in which the loyal
and patriotic citizens of our town
paid their respects to our "Soldier
Dead" on Memorial Day tells the
story again They Will Not Forget.
Perhaps you have never thought of
it, but this disorder is due to a lack
of moisture in the residual matter of
the food. If you will drink an abund
ance of water, eat raw .fruits and take
lots of outdoor exercise, you may be
able eventually to overcome it entire
ly. In the meantime use the most
mild and gentle laxatives. Strong and
harsh cathartics take too much water
out of the system and make a bad
matter worse. Chamberlain's Tablets
are easy and pleasant" to take, and
most agreeable in effect. Give them a
OVERCOME BY HEAT
Ora Jones, 22, whose parents re
side on a farm near North Balti
more, was taken into custody in
Perrysburg Monday noon, when
lie was found roaming about the
sti'eets in a crazed condition.
Town officials had an interesting
tus-sell before getting the stranger
Jones was thought to be over
come by the sudden extreme heat,
causing dei-angement of the mind.
He was taken to Bowling Green by
To Prevent Belching.
Make a' regular habit of eating
slowly, masticate your food thorough
ly, and you may have' no further
trouble. If you should,, take one of
Chamberlain's Tablet immediately
We heard many criticisms and
dissatisfied remarks on Decoration
Day in regard to tho appearance
of the Ft. Meigs cemetery. It
has been many years (if ever)
since the cemetery grounds have
been allowed to grow up into a
spectacular "hay field." Proud
Perrysburg must droop her head
in shame to have allowed her
burying ground to becomo so
neglected. Our deceased ones
who lie there are deserving of
more respect than has been por
trayed by the manner in which
the grounds have been cared for
this summer. "
We fear tho policy of the pres
ent board lias been too economical
and narrow to meet the demands
of Qur citizens, for a fine and well
kept burying ground. Perrysburg
expects much in this direction and
is wining to pay ior u, uvea u it
would be, necessary to issue bonds
for tlie purpose. The, Journal
suggests. that.,tho bqard realize
this fact nnd that-it takes steps to
PREVENT BIG FERE
Had it not been for the quick
thinking and prompt action of
workmen at the Moser Garage
Saturday morning the entire
building would have bee,n a com
plete pile of ruins in but a few
moments when a pail of gasoline
that was being drawn from a large
truck caught fire. t
Fire extinguishers were brought
into play and heroic work of get
ting the flaming gas out of the
building where it could do no
damage was no small task. In a
few moments the blaze was "under
control, thus saving the entire
building from destruction.
The regular meeting of the
Woman's Community League will
bo held at the. Civic rooms, Thurs
day afternoon, June 5, 2 p. in. A
large attendance is desired.
Mrs. R. C. Pew extends an in
vitation to all the ladies of Perrys
burg and Perrysburg township to
a tcomraumty tea, giyon at tier
home on East Front street, Wed
nesday, June 11, 1919, at'2 p. m,
It is earnestly hoped every woman
interested in the Woman's Com
munity League will be present.
AMELIA O, COOK, Seo'y,
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