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PESRTBBITEO, WOOD 00., 0., THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1918.
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AT THE CHURCHES
Orin Daniel Swank, Pastor.
Services for Sunday, Nov 23rd.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Mr.
Albert Fahrer, supt. Attendance
last Sunday 112.
Morning worship, 10:45. This
will be the annual thank offering
service of Jho Woman's Missionary
Society. Sermon by the. pastor.
Theme: "Thanksgiving and Giv
The Young People's Alliance
will meet at 6:30 p. m. Topic:
"How May We Practice Thanks
giving?" Bph. 5:20, Psalm 67:1-7.
Mr. Henry Leydorf will lead the
Evening service, 7:30. Sermon
by the pastor. Special music.
The union Thanksgiving service
at the Presbyterian church will
take the place of the prayer meet
ing on Thursday evening.
STILL A "LIVE ONE" AT 94
W. H. Spybey, Pastor.
Every morning seems to say :
" There 'b something happy on the
And God sends love to you!"
The new fresh beginnings are
the redemption of our lives?' They
help us overcome our mistakes, re
deem our promises and remake our
habits; and God is the sympathetic
welL-wisher of our efforts to begin
Service next Sunday morning
will give opportunity for baptism
for church, membership and for
the Lord's Supper. This beauti
ful service should command wide
interest. At night a Burton
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
This department is enlarging its
scope of the obligation. The girls'
class under Miss Lownsbury has
completed a fine lot of scrap books
for a missionary in Africa. The
Roosevelt class of boys held a live
ly weiner roast on Armistice Day;
and now announce a picture show
for Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 26. Jack Pickford will play
in "Seventeen." Proceeds for the
work of the class.
Epworth League at 6 :30 u clock,
led by Miss Ethel' Simmons.
On Wednesday afternoon the
Women 's Missionary Societies
meet at the parsonage for the
thank offering occasion.
On Thursday evening, 5 to 8
o'clock, the Aid Society offers its
annual dinner to the public at the
price of 50 cents and 35 cents per
plate for adults and children.- This
will be too good to pass by.
Rev. W. H. Pheley, Minister.
Services for Sunday, Nov. 23 :
The general lesson for the Sun
day school at 9:30 is "Jesus Re
bukes John's Narrowness," Luke
9:49-56,." For a good beginning be
on time. The opening exercises
are an important part of the hour.
Morning worship and sermon at
10 :30. "Thanksgiving and Hope"
will be the sermon subject. There
will be special music. We should
Ninety-four years of age and as
lively as a cricket. Ho's the young
est old man and the oldest young
man in the state of Ohio. Who?
Why, everybody around these
parts knows we refer to our good
natured old-young friend, Mr.
George Mills, who was out enjoy
ing the fine fall weather last Sun
day and walked up to Ft. Meigs
and back (fully two miles distant)
and up and down hills that make
the ordinary man puff to negotiate.
He went to tho Fort to communi
cate with the spirits of the old
friends who participated in the
great celebration of long, long ago
when he was one of the boys who
participated in that great event
The history of those events is
plainly written in the mind of our
mend and it is unusually interest
ing to hear him relate the occur
rences of those days as he knew
them from participation therein.
WIN TWO FROM GENOA
High School Foot Ball Season
Draws Near the Ending.
PICTURED WAR AND PEACE
Phoenix Lodge, No. 123, F. & A.
M., held election of officers on
Monday evening, re-eleeting many
of the present officers, which was
followed by an elaborate banquet
supper and speeches.
For the coming year, officers
will be as follows :
Harry Turner, W. M.
D. C. Whitehead, S. W.
M. P. Gorton, J. W.
C. H. Van Norman, Secy.
E. L. Kingsbury, Treas..
Roy Waffle, S. D.
Harold Webb. J. D.
Adolph Roether, Tyler.
THE TOONERVDLLE TROLLEY
Even if Toledo can't .afford
street cars Perrysburg still is in
the lead with the Toonerville trol
ley meeting all the busses.
DB. B. KINSLEY
Office Hours 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 6
' p. m. Office upstairs .corner
Second and Main Streets.
Phone Main 14.
FREDERICK C. AVER1LL
3 818 Spitzer BaiUln.
Heme Phaa MM.
be glad to greet a large congrega
tion. Junior C. E. meeting at 2:30.
Topic, "Bible Fathers and Moth
ers," 1 Kings 2VL-4 ; 2 Tim. 1 :5. All
juniors are sure to enjoy this meet
ing with its stories of fathers and
mothers of long ago.
Senior Christian Endeavor meet
ing at 6 :30. Topic, "How May We
Practice Thanksgiving?" Eph.
5:20. Mr. Herbert Hunt, leader.
This meeting will be a splendid
preparation for the full enjoyment
of Thanksgiving day.
Prayer and praise service Thurs
day evening at 7 :30. Subject for
consideration, "Seed Thoughts for
Today From Isaiah," Chapters 31
to 37." Read, these chapters and
you will find additional interest in
the meeting. Bring a'friend with
'Friday evening in the social
rooms the young people are enjoy
iner good times. Drop in for an
hour and play a bit. It's a whole
some place and you are welcome.
Choral Union practice, Saturday
evening at :au. une 'memDers
had a social evening of pleasure at
the pastor's home last Wednesday.
Monday evening at 7:30 the
Union Teacher- Training Class
meets. It is now a going 'Concern
and is certain to prove profitable
to all who take stock in the busi
ness. Jttev. W. a., apyuey is tne
e....cient director of the class.
This is church cleaning week for
the Presbyterians. Many willing
hands and the big vacuum machine
will make all spick and span. The
ladies are bossing the job as well
as doing most of the work.
The Union Thanksgiving service
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Watches Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles.
906 Monroe St Toledo, O.
Near Michigan Street.
Special care will be taken with the
repair of all kind of Watch
Click aai Jawtlry.
.ALFRED P, HAYWOOD
Doctor of Ohiropraotlq
0;OO to 9:00 Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday Evenings or
will be held in the Presbyterian
church, Thursday evening, Nov.
27, at 7 :30. The Rev. O. D. Swank
pastor of the Evangelical Church,
will preach the sermon and tho
pastors of the other churches unit
ing will have a part in the service.
There will be special k music.
Everyone is cordially invited to
come forth with gladness and share
in this annual community service
of praise and thanksgiving.
P. H. S. defeated Genoa for-the
second time this year. Genoa
claims the championship of Ottawa
county. Few were present to wit
ness tho defeat which was by far
the best game pf the season. Every
player played a fine game, the
score being 24 to 7. Genoa was
lucky enough to get away with a
The features of the .game were
the long runs made by the back
field. Thornton caught a punt
and ran 65 yards for a touch down.
Wiser went through the line 80
yards for another touch down.
Touch downs, Thornton 2, Wiser
This Friday P. H. S. will play
Bloomdale at the ball park. Bloom
dale has a heavy team and a good
game is expected. Everybody
come and witness a good game of
foot ball. This may be the last
game of the season at home so
every one out for it.
The boys of P. H. S. are loyal
and faithful citizens. On Tuesday
afternoon a large group of stud
ents accompanied by their teachers
volunteered as workers for the
construction work on Pine street.
A very interesting and pleasur
able, program was given by Athen
ian Literary society.
Rev. Swank will address the
high school Friday at 1 o'clock.
A great many thrilling ex
periences do we have but every
day something more thrilling
seems to happen. However, noth
ing short of a green-eyed monster
with cactus horns and tail could so
much as frighten one fair damsel
in this grade An incident giving
proof to this statement I shall re
late: Wednesday morninc while
every one in the room maintained
a death-like silence a pretty fem
inine hand arose beckoning the
teacher's attention, but in a most
dignified and quiet manner. The'
teacher judging from the vague,
uninterested look on the maiden's
face, that perhaps she wished to iir
quire as to what day school would
close next spring or something less
definite. Instead to the dismay of
every one present she (Vera
Scheider, if you please) quietly ut
tered, "Mrs. Haywood, there's a
mouse under my desk."
The Sixth Grade pupils all sym
pathized with Alice Budd, the past
week in the loss of her home. Alice
was as calm as if nothing unusual
had. happened and wore her usual
smile. She showed remarkable
Alan Williams brought to school
this week a very pretty and elab
orate wren house of his own design
and manufacture. It certainly will
delight the wrens who are so fort
unate as to find it first.
Robert Beck, of Toledo, entered
the sixth grade last Monday and
has cast his lot with us.
Dora Plummer was out because
of sickness one day last week for
the first time this year.
Miss Whitman visited this grade
Yes, we designed those covers
that you may see in our rooms. -
In our review of spelling the fol
lowing received "A" grade:
Martha Fahrer, Mary Ford, Lyn
dall Yoder, Lola Schwinden, Ruby
Tippen, Ivoe Smith, Helen Troyer,
Jack McCaslin, Roger Sarver,
Laurel Lyons, Norman Sweet, Har
Philip Sutter is absent again as
members of his family are sick.
Lavern Kopp, Jack McCaslin
and Bert Robinson have each built
a log cabin. They display a
marked degree of skill.
The moving pictures at the
Methodist church last Sunday eve
ning included several reels of war
and victory films produced by the
Photographic Department of the
United States Army. The over
seas scenes were of those sections
and activities which the 37th
Division soldiers had a part. War
with its mud and grime and end
less hardships was vividly .por
trayed. Other reels displayed in
panorama the victory parade in
which the soldiers in the streets of
New York celebrated the fineness
of peace. All were striking pre
sentations of the worst and best of
the most strenuous obligation of
good citizenship to war for the
preservation of human rights and
liberties. And the American
army still needs men to serve the
nation in these heroic tasks. In
struction is given and patriotism
aroused by the display of these
films. "Bobby Bumps at the Den
tists" gave a spice of. fun to an en
STREETS REPAIRED BY
Clara Christina Avery, wife of
Zardy Avery, passed away Wed
nesday, November 12, at her home
in Perrysburg, aged 23 years, 4
months and 22 days.
Burial was made Thursday at
Oak Grove cemetery in Bowling
HAD TO COME BACK
Elmer P. Jones, 46, died at his
home at 728 Indiana Ave., Toledo,
on Wednesday, November 12th.
The remains were brought to Per
rysburg for burial.
Funeral services wer held in St.
Rose church at 9 a. m., Friday,
Rev. Fr. Redding of St. Joseph's
church of Manmce officiating. In
terment was made at St. Rose
Picks and Shovels Together
With Teams and Trucks
Make Perrysburg Streets
Passable for Winter
Snow Storm Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb, who
have resided in Maumce since their
marriage a few months past, came
to the conclusion that "Perrysburg
was the best little town on the map
to live in after all" and have
moved back among their many
friends, to occupy the Davis flat on
West Fifth street.
Given by the I. D. K. Club at
the Perrysburg Town Hall, on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 3. Mus
ic by first-class orchestra. Admis
sion: Gents 75c, Ladies free.
THE OLDEST SUBSCRIBER
"Say," said Mr. P. L. Mahr 'as
he breezed into the Journal office
last Saturday, "figgers don't lie,
do they?" That depends on who
makes the "figgers" said the
"Well, I don't agree with you
on that oldest subscriber business
by a long shot," said Mr. Mahr.
"The fact is, I came to Perrysburg
on the 13th of March, 1854 and in
the following spring I subscribed
for the Journal and have taken it
ever since, which will make it 65
years next spring. Now that looks
to me as though I had VanHellen
beat by some several years."
All right, friend Mahr, you hold
the medal up to the present time,
but there's no telling how soon
some other citizen will produce the
"figgers" to put you in the dis
card. Who's record is better than
Mr. Mahr's, is what the Journal
would like to know.
John F. Lintner, residing two
and one-half miles southeast of
Perrysburg, and one mile west of
Lime City, on the Fremont pike,
will hold a public sale on Monday,
December 1, and will offer two
horses, three head of cattle, farm
ing implements and household
goods. Watch for- advertisement
giving complete list.
Alferd Haas, living three miles
south of Lime City and one mile
east and a mile north of Dowling,
will hold a public sale on Thursday,
Dec 11, commencing at 9:30 a. m.
and will offer two horses, two cows,
a Ford truck and a lot of farming
implements. Watch for big ad
vertisement containing complete
Oh Boy Dance
HARD TIME DANCE
Will be given by the Delmotte
orchestra at the Perrysburg town
hall, Thanksgiving eve, Wednes
day, Nov. 26. Prizes for the best
makeup. Admission 75c. Ladies
Let's Go ! Another Big Dance at
Perrysburg Town Hall, on Thurs
day, Dec. 4 at 8:30 p. m. Music
by Whitey's Jazz Orchestra, which
caused such universal satisfaction
at our last dance. Admission:
75c, Ladies free,
Luz Luna Club.
Grange Pie Social
Ft. Meigs Grange, No. 2125 cor
dially invites all members and their
friends to a pie social to be held, at
the Grange hall tonight (Thursday
Given by the evening,) November 20. Everybody
An extraordinary spirit of com
munity service and good fellowship
was shown on Tuesday, when about
50 or 60 of Perrysburg'8 citizens
turned out voluntarily to repair the
two cross Btreets Pine and Hick
ory which connect the fine Second
street pavement with "Shell Hole
Aevnue" or Front street.
Gravel was hauled from the river
bed at the end of Green Lane by
teams and trucks donated for the
day by following:
E. L. Kingsbury, truck.
A. Ballantyne, team and wagon.
Geo. Weiland, team and wagon.
William Mills, team and wagon.
Henry Kazmaier, truck.
R. C. Pew, truck.
J. H. Wilson, truck.
Fred Loomis, truck. ,
W. S. Walbridge, truck.
George R. Ford, truck.
E. L. Clay, truck.
About twenty-five men worked
faithfully in the gravel pit filling
the trucks and wagons, while ten
or twelve, each on the cross streets,
leveled the new roads.
Sufficient gravel was placed on
these connecting links to a better
route through Perrysburg to make
it passable ror the coming winter,
and it is hoped to permanently im
prove the streets in the spring.
Several loads of gravel were scat
tered on Front street, filling up
The men who donated their ser
vices, deserve untold credit) but
were paralled by the ladies of the
town who are never to be outdone,
the Perrysburg Woman's Commun
ity League served to the workers
lunches in the fore and afternoon
with a sumptous dinner at noon
time, at the Civic Association hall.
The day's accomplishment goes
to show what can be done if people
will forget greed and practice self
denial to help a worthy cause. Per
rysburg again boasts of it's worthy
loyal citizens. -
SATURDAY SPECIAL The
Journal for 3 months to new sub
scribers only, for 30 cents.
FIFTY-EIGHT NEW ONES
Woodmen Circle Timble club
will hold their meeting next Fri
day afternoon at theW. O. W
hall, All are cordially iuvitod,
Since our last issue we have add
ed ten more new name to our list.
During the past week all the now
names added except two came
from the three rural routes out of
Perrysburg and on tho route out of
Lime City. The two other names
were from town. Our trial offer
will hold good again next week.
Only 30 cents for three months.
This makes 58 new subscribers
since the start of this effort to se
cure a hundred now names. Bring
or send in your subscription Satur-
TAKE heed of the table below, start a SAV-
tain percentage of your income as long as
INGS ACCOUNT now and deposit a cer-
your earning power continues
The Element of Age In Business.
Everything to gain
This" It the
when the ion thiaki he
knowi moie than hi
father. ThU space rep
resents tho son's egotism.
Thii (pace represents nun accumulating period.
Either success or failure ia settled.' No
days of graceajeallowtd, '
The boy ia
ing his mind
u much m
lie now con
l man .01 lair
allies that ''
life ia a real-
iry and he is
not as smart
as he once
father was a
man of excel'
This ia the age of caution
as man must not specu
late, for he has all to lose
and nothing to gsin.
He looks for security,
notjugh tales of interest.
At 65? 85 ft of the men
still livins are deoendeiit
on children relative or
1 6. are dead;
65 aro-ae!f suDOOrtina:
15 are dependent wholly
or in part; only 4 have
and kept it.
50, not oner
in 1 00 can recover
hit financial footir.r.
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