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Tuesday, Dec. 26 fy
The Naopil glbje class pf the
I. E.,,Sunday school will hayd jjjt
'its monthly meeting at he 355
jhnrcT at '7:2Q. JJach, person jjji
bring a 10c gift.
The Sons of yetorans vAjix- xj
iliary v?IU meet at 7:30. K elass
of four will be Initiated.
Wednesday, bee 27 jJ
The American Region Auxll- $
iary .meets at 7:30. Election-of jjjj
clScers. followed by entertain- &
TOPnt v , ,
The ladles of tho Elks will ft
ir.et at 2;30 In tho Elhs' club- gfc
rooms. . ', f
The southwest, division of the t
fl ladies Aid sc'efeiy, M. . i
i"2- church, meets at 2 o'clock with .
t Mrs. Potter Sockman, West
t High street. $6
Thursday, Dec. 28
j. The I-adles' Auxiliaryof sClln-
in ton grange will me,et ail day J
t with Mr?. Charles IJfown of the .
3- new Delaware road. jgt
jj. Spe.-ial meeting of Jhe north- $
i. oast division of tho M. E. $1
jj. church at 2 p. n at the homo ifc
of Sirs. William White, 704
i North Main street. if
Mr and Mrs. Sohn p 'jypayer wl)l
entrtain the members of ' jihe official
board gt the M. E. church Wednesday
eveninc at their home pn East High
street A business "session, will 'be fol
lowed by a social hour."
The annual "snowball hop" will be
given this evening In thoj.K. t .C. hall
by 'Messrs. Harold nettinger and
ilecrge Yauger -of this city: Dancing
will l;glH at 8:30 o'clock and continue
until 12. Music for the affair will be
played bv the Harmony Sir orchestra.
Mr and Mrs. If. O. 1'urdy of Woos
trr avenue entertained -with dinner
Christina, having as .their guests Mr.
.Karl I'urdy and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
l'urdv of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs.
George Mochwart and Mrs. Lucinda
Collins of this city.
Mr Howard llibc. Pennsylvania
railrocd fireman of Mt. Vernon, and
iliHS Mildred Piuna, daughter of Mrs.
Stella Jouvh ot .Orrrllle, -wero united
in marriage in ,that -totvn on Christ
mas Day. Tho .ceremony was per
foraet by Rev. R, A.- Schcry of the
llefcrmed church. Mr. and .Mrs.lllbe
rsiiect to rcsido in Onrrille.
A Christmas dinner was enjoyed
Monday at the home ot Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Wolfe in Howard. They had as
their guc9ts Mr. and, Mrs. William
Kariywlne and daughters, Marian and
j:lhcl. of JJladcRsburK, Mr. and Mrs.
Wjlluj P. Reboot and daughters. Dor
why and Mary, and Mr. John McLar
atm cf this city.
At 1:50 o'clock Saturday -alto rr.oon
at the residence) of Rev. A. D. Mink,
North Coy street, Mr. Clinton S. Shaw
of Danville and Mifis Gladys U. Dark
fir, a school uvacher .of Butler town
ship ncro united Jn marriage.
Mr and .Mrs. Shaw will reside In
Danville, where Mr. Shaw is .employed
as a bookkeeper.
Mr Flay K. Richard of Wayne, town
-hip and Miss Alma K. Taylor of Fred-
cricktowa were united la marriage at
H;S0 o'clock Saturday morning by
Rev. A. D. Mink at bis residence,
Korth Gay street.
Mr and Mrs. Richard will make
their heme on a farm near Frederick
town. Entertainment Given
At State, Saiiatorium
A.Chritmaji wtiHiilMWut was sir
fp at thmXi MWt pultHB'lf-
tp the assembly rqom wjiero a largo
Christmas "tree beautifully decorated
and brilliantly lighted, stood.
Santa Cla'us distributed gifts to each
person present. Dr. F. C. Anderson,
superintendent at the sanatorium was
presented with n golf bap and si poek
"ot knifo by his patients.
A program of stunts, recitations
and musical numbers was given by the
patients and several members of trie
On Christmas Eye, previous to the
showing of the movie, a group pfi pa
tients sang Christmas 'carols.'
Rfr. .and Mrs. Gcprgo . Dpup en
tcrtaineti with Christmas dinner at
their homo on East JJurgess street.
Tby had as their guests Mr.- and. Mrs.
J. n. Drake, -Mr. arid Mrs. C. Drako
nndi sons, Robert and Donald, Mr.
Howard Zinc, Mrs., Thgmas urran
and daughter Betty! Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Curran and Mr. Robert Doup.
Miss Helen Stumph of Cleveland,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.
Stumph' of Greer street, this city, was
united in marriage Saturday morning
in Cleveland to Mr. Paul Hannon of
Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Hannon spent
the week-end with Mrs. Hannon's
parents In this city and departed last
jevenlng for Chicago, where they will
make their home.
A -very pretty weddlng-ofthe Christ
mas season was that of Mr. Harry L.
Thompson and Miss Harriet Ann Cut-
ler,' bclh of .this city, which occurred
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the
M. E. parsonage. The ring ceremony
,wj3 performed )y Rev. A. D. iMInk,
pastor of the ,Gay street M. E. church.
f'hg brido is pie laughter fit Mrs. W.
1. Cutjor of this city! while tho groom
Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Thompson1 of Hangs.
.The bride Is a. graduate of the Mt.
Vernon high school clas3 cf 1919, and
has been .employed as secretary in the
olHee of the .superintendent of ecbools
at .the high school building for four
years two years for -former Supt. P.
C. Zcm.er and two years for thje pres-
ent suppxlntiind.ent, A. W. Ei)ipl.t. Mrs.
TliQinpcnu will continue her duties as
secretary. Tho groom has been ejn-
plpycd for several yej.rs as clerk in
the local offices cf the Feuusyivania
Mr. aud Mrs. Thompson left Satur
day afternoon fcr a shpft wedding
trip to 1-ancuter and Coluinbua, and
after their return will bo at homo to
.their many friends and relatives nt
311 West ylno street.
Mr. Hpbort Cochran of Howard
strtt-t .was presented with a handsome
rockiug chair Saturday vening by
the foreman and the .clerks of the
A Christmas dinner was given Mon
day at tho homo of Mr. nud Mrs.
Thomas lirjning of 'JVest Burgess
s.trtjet. jCov.ers were laid for 10 'guests
including from out of the city Miss
Mary Brining, Cleveland, Miss Ethel
Urbilug, Ashland, and jj Lester
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Bedell pf JVest
Chestnut st,re,et tntertalned with din
ner Christinas Day. Their guesta were
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wootton and son
vfrmr, .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson
and children, cf this city, and Mr.
Donald AVpotton of Cleveland.
Anniveraary J 'HYU
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Brining de
lightfully entertained .with a C o'clock
dinner Sunday evening at their home
on yiesi jsurgess aircet. Tno occa-
rion was their third weddiug annlver
narj. The out-of4own guests present
at dinner wero Ml&a Ethel Brining' of
Ashland. Miss Mary Brining ot Cleve
land. Mr. Uter Brining of Ohio uni
versity. Athens, ilr. and Mrs. Brin
ing wero tho recipients of many beau
:;n,-AfoaU. .wkc re-
from mum, p..
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spent in music. Mrs. Elizabeth Mon
tis, over 81 years old, and Mrs. Wright,
n sister, SO years, wero prciont ami
enjoyed .the day.
Those Diesont. Were Mr. nnrt Mrs.
Thomas M'olr, Mr. apd Mrs. II. (ilea
son find family, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
llenson nml family, Mr, nnd Mrs. Or
ley Fry, Miscci Mabel and Margaret
Fry, Mr. nud Mrs, George Hensrn,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Householder. Mr.
and Mrs. S. T. Wright and family,
Miss Pauline Glcas.ui, Virgil Glcnsoii,
Miss Harriet Wright; Jr. nnd Mrs.
Kllcy ilildcbrand nnd family, John
Montis, Donald Montis, ilarley Yaynes
of J'er.bles, I., Herbert .Junius of
Ifuntinglon. W. Va., Mm. Jc3pph
jVright'pf Ithaca, Mich,, Mr. and Mrs.
O. Weir of Mansfield,
.Mr. arid Mrs, Allen Porter pleasant
ly entertained relatives and friends
with a'Clirlstmas dinner at their home
on the Columbus read. Covers were
laid for the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Porter of Columbus, Mr.
anil -Mrs. Fred Porter and son Harold,
Mr. and Mrs, Guy Port.or and sons.
Ralph and. Herbert, and daughter
Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Benedict of
Marengo, Miss Irene Porter, Mr. A.
B. Clark of this city and the host and
A feature of tho afternoon was the
arrival of Santa ttfaus, who distrib
uted gifts to the children.
Plays In Uticn .
The Jennings orchestra of Uils city
furnished the special music nt the
Mystio theatre 'in Utlca Christmas
Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Kerr ot West
Gambler street entertained with n
Christmas dinner Monday. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Kerr, Mr. and Mr3. Charles Dice, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Kerr, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Dntt and daughter, Miss Alice
Plnklcy, Mr. B. C. Hawkins and-Mr.
llile ot Centeiburg. '
, Mr. and Mre. E. C. Swinglo enter
tained with. Christmas dinner at their
home on East Bijrgess street. Covers
were laid fcr Mr. and Airs. Charles l
Miller' of Hangs, Mr. and Mrs. P. N.
Durbln and family, Miss Jennie Swin
gle and Messrs. George and Chris
Swingle, all of Danville, Mr, and Airs,
Charles Blair of this ctly, und the host
An Informal dinner was given S1111
day by Mrs. Elizabeth Hall and Air.
and Mrs. r rank Hall at their homo on
the new .Gambler road. The rooms
wero decorated for the holiday sea
son. Dinner was served to 33 gucHtH,
after which gifts wero distributed, in
which the little ones had an aetlvo
Those present were Air. and Airs. S.
A. Hull and family, Ar. and Airs.
Charles Fawcett and son, Air. and
Mrs. Henry Hall. Mr. und Airs. Leo
Wojfo ntul son, Mr. 'and Airs. Dale
Porter and sun of Orrville, Mr. and
Mrs. William Balcom and son, Air.
and Mrs. Evorett Wiggins or Akron,
Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, Air. and Airs.
Air. aud Airs. William Edgar of. Dan
ville entertained with a family dinner
Christmas day. Among the .put of
towg guests present were Me. and
Airs. Burke Edgar of this city, Air.
Densil Edgar pf Chicago, III., Air. and
Airs. Harry Wesuer, Detroit, Mich..
Mr. and Airs. E. E. Edgar and faml
lj Columbus, Rev. and Airs. Leigh
and family of Fredericksburg.
Baskets Distributed Among
The Poor; Church Servic
es; K. T. Observance
Mcinbcrn'nf Aft.'Vernoil lo.dgo of
Elks', tho Salvation Army, several so
cieties In Hip. jlty eliurcliCB and otji
cr organizations' distributed cheer to
the needy of tbs city pn i.Cliristmas.
Baskets wore sent out by tiio Elks
to needy families, while the Salvai
Jion Arniy assisted numerous fnmljlcs.
An entertainment also was. given at
the Salvation Army hull. Several
church organizations' of tho city dis
tributed baskets of groceries to the
- Christmas day was' quietly celebrat
ed . In Alt. Vernon. There wore tho
usual number of family dinners and
reunions. A laige number of former
residents were back to spend the day
with relatives aml-jfriends.-
Services1 wero held at the Catholic
ami at St. Paul's Episcopal church. A
very interesting service was the mid
night candle service at tho latter
church Christmas morning. A congre-i
gation packed the chureii to the doors.
At 12 o'clock noon, Alonday, the
usual Christmas' observance was held
by Clinton Commandery No. 5,
Knights Templars at the asylum.
Toasts were given to the grand com
mandery officers and others. Cigars
were passed to the members. Tb,o
usual contribution to charity van
made by tho commandery.
A new Bulck coupe owned by Low
ell Aleyern of Alt. Vernon was badly
damaged In an accident at Worthing
ton, near Columbus,1 Sunday. Anoth
er machine crashed into tho. Meyers
car with the result that. Air. Meyers'
Wisely Beruires Building and Loan Aaaociatiojui
to Set Asife Annually, as a Reserve Fund, at
5 per cent of Ket Earnings.
We always set aside morp than the amount legally required.
Wc lieliovo I11 a strong reserve. - " ' ' '-'.''
This policy is an additional safeguard to our depositors.
Our reserve and surplus fund is now over 9630,000.00.
This fund is used to pay losses, should' any occur a guar
antee of safety that Is 'really worth while. v
The Buckeye State $uilding & oan Pp.
Rankin Bldg., 22 West Gay St., Columbus, O.
5 Paid on Time Deposits
All Expense Tours
January 22, February 19
TOTAL EXPENSE $JQ$Q
Includes round trip transportation, lower berth in Pullman car. fnaals
In Dining cars, board and lodging, at hdteMn Washington ilght-ce'eing
trips covering residential Washington; public building, ArllnijtoD Mjt?
tional Cenetery,. Alexandria "and Mount yerjfiop. '' K
Detailed Itinerary can be had from local ticket agent . ,.
or by addressing ' J i'
B. E. WHITE, Division' Passenger Agent, Columbus, Ohio
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Sugar 25 lbs
Domino Syrup 1 lb. can
.Libby's Apple Butter 1
Wortbmore Corn 2 cans
Hominy Can large size
Roman Gold Pears Per can
Raisins Per package
Oranges Per, dozen ;
Baer's Lancaster Almanacs
Black Sateen Good quality, per yard
Cretonnes Per yard
Brown MuUn.-dnch .............
Bath Towtlj-r-Good size
Mm' $1.W IfMkttw
coupo siifltnlned thrco broken wheels'
nnd r badly mashed fender -on pap
side. Tho .Moyorp.cnr wnB. fully lp-wired.
f Alf WAffll i
Jpnnlpgs Morgan, wanted In New
ark 011 h charge of stealing vacuum
cleaners, was arrested in this city.Sat
uiday afternoon by Deputy, Sheriff
jVulker 'aftjer nn .exciting fhosd
through the busfness bccUoJa '51 fho
city. An offiCei came hero front New
ark and. took Morgan to that cty Sat-i
Fine ProgMni (Siyeju Sjifc
Claui Has Presents Ftr
Qne of the pleasfng-eyentfl of. tfip
holiday season, both ,to- children aad:
auuits, was- tnp unristmaa enteriain-
ment for the childrep of the'noXj
county Children's home given giaaiJay;
night at the home. 1
Through the efforts ot the matron,
Mrs. Cart Britton, a delightful pro
gram was presented by tuo cBHdrep,
consisting pf songs and recitations.
Santa Claus was therp and presented
gifts to all th children. Thefe were
plenty of gifts for each child giypn
by the generous people pf Mt. ernon.
Fpllpwipg the program by tjje chil
dren, Interesting remarks werp made
JSY Mr- BPnry.C.' peyin, p'resjd.ejat,' Mr.
Fred Amos, vice president apd Mr. R.
L. Jones, secretary, of the board of
trustees of the home and by Proba
tion Officer Patrick Purcell.
A wrge numjier pf Mt. Vprnon pep,
pie werp present at the .entertainment,
A daughter jvaa born Tuesday
morning tc Mr. and Mrs! Royal Durbln
pf thp Gambler road. . ,
Business By Mall If Desired.
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Personally Cpjji I
quart can. .
30c. 9Qt, 40c
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DDI7PQ IRIMMII -I
Schools Given Prizes For Ex
hibits At Farmers'
At the Brapqn farmera' JgBtltuto
Saturday, p'rizes Wdtd Wardeuf'to tho.
different schools forTthelr exhibits at
Following nro' tho awards: First,
Brandcn school, $C; .second. Beech
school ?3; third, SpUntervllle, 2j
fodrth, Lafayette, $1; fifth, Falrvlcw,
The schools furnlthed flno exhibits.
The Brandon school, with Mrs. Van-
atta as teacher, ami Beech school,
Miss Cora Fawcett teacher, shewed
fine exhibits of drawing, sewinp and
manual training work;
AtUat 50 Per Cent .More
Mail Handled Tfcis Year
Than Ever Before"
The Mt. Vernon postoffice handled
at least 50 pej- cpnt piorc mall this
Christinas than any other previous
year in thp history of the local office
according to a, statement .made, by
Postmaster Prank Harper this morn
ing. Extra carriers were on duty Sunday
and, every bit of mall In the local of
fice' was cleaneci-up.
.Considering the. large amount of
Troubled With Weak Kidneys
"Have been troubled with weak kldr
neys since childhood," writes Mrs. G.
Hyde, Benzonta, Michigan. -"Now past
40 years' and -have had terrible back'
ache and that tired but feeling, hardly
able to do my work. By using Foley
;i$dney Pills accompanied with Toey
CatBartlg Tablets, I soop. felt like a
npr person" Backacae, rkeumatic
pains, dizziness" and blurred vision are
symptom of kidney trouble. Foley
Kidney Pills fllve quick reliojt.Adyt.
" '' " -' " ''",' TTaTnS'rtO
ays.top eash priM, gives prampt
service and careful testing.
CORNER GAY AND QAMIIJER SJS.
' NO LONQ WITflL
Vine and Main St9.
NO PORTRAIT so satisfying as
on mads by a prpfewianal
Professional Kodak Finishing.
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216-218 W. High St.
Phone 1010 For Ssrvlc
you changs yajur ahlUpsn's jufe
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will be getting interest
and safety for your
nioney without tying if
up for more than, six
mouths. ... ,4 .
Yflii- cau iuy.est any
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.interest begins at oucp.'
Gor. Main & Vine Sts.
i4 tablets 25c
NYAL PINE COUGH
SYRUP ' ;
2o 25c 7 oz. 50c '1
Why suffer. with a cold when'.!
; you can get NYAL PREPARA
l10N8ati these prices.
: CARL N. LOREY'S j
: DRUG STORE
S '" ,115 8. Ma'ln 8L I
Mt Vernon, O.
LUTHER A. STREAM;-:
REAL ESTATE ANf LOAt" '
Farms and city propefty pmigki, aol
and exchanged. Prpperti jrte4 a
rents couectca. f ire usvsjice s
cialty. Hepreaentating 14 old rellaM
stock companies. Accident lnsuues,
lire stock Insurance. Plate glass in
surance, automobile insurance, ialact
I can Insure any property yon may
have. Surety bonds ot ail kinds. Call
and see me. Room 1 S.lpe bldg., South
Mala 8L Cit 'phone No. 447 Black
Residence 2G1 black:
YSJftrp. O. LEVEEING
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All business of legal nature flTe
prompt attention and especialiy te
practice in the Probate CourL Oflftea
No. 9 East High strceL MtVermm. 6.
Now Phone, Office 104.
WILL J. "Doc" WEI4S
The Fire Insurance Ma
ft you own anything, hyve
Cltlrens' Phone 231 Rei
18 B. OuBilar Street ML ynt. . 1
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