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tttrTu- Euan; wtoaatllr asufl at Eiai3 lVte
Kaitarfy tiam aC 2wci?n Bna -wiiaai nibel
cfr! pwr Cji cihMiit awmiflna, s Cuiitu-
AiuatMrts ar jfj!ihc afim arciaamiE.
at thie vaivz. ait wuto asc urT sax oiauia.
amB B4Bn3s rn.iv rlum iaafr
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nit ai ruaiMt txc- BrSi fiabeRmiauihto
asi euiiHB tStum sttcaast mlsBi ad KJb
forsiiHr civasir, D Ms BirHt maiSwna.
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puruinirif at Ca.e EaxnajitiSiia.--. jwilxk
a&uitliii hriicc ai atucasiarj- aC sauinht Its
& ffBcscatR. tiibauail Boito: aixuCe Min
scm smaiB s2u2. "ai Bnaarnfl aaifl
tharttin!iB PaifrfRTfaUL IS Biufl. to
chit oaCitr jnasaw Dtmtty MT daw xafi
a-ftnaiOtm. Stoxtox: aaone to ninr ittS a
dVnortiiiHfi nbtaeaJl asQeuuuBi amiy luttt Be
trni ffTttoi at Dtiw. XftMnw fit sOflcry itf
0Ctfit ioCy fcffi. aaQ nam wwdia i
EucfoEiw aQfis Cs isBm; a&rimJ jiOMysf
at tSa- 9HC&Rraffi!Wic. B33s &r!im3(;ue
9kbc to ttarme Omtai BHtraitoaA.
TSks: traifltntmailili; tfindtatm ttn in
tai ci QicBCifi Bfe.jfcwt watt- a-taxnmotifl.
aiine waiK x jrnwfi ffrraJ ai iflcuStt. cx
jjrwnwd! ats 3s wBitCaxir ijt lutitiia ir
Sit- unrtjiBCf- Sic afcm to Bniifi&e ahe
Kaaairn TT.rf lOsiiac mmj Bie suit ao.
zihc T inaadfc- fit acSS c3e anwatir.
ELASTIC DOLLARS
lkrtc HTar. ncsCtaaor f jvEiijaa
eeoanray at Tair. S 3EJ31 ai itoj oy- fl
fay uc tax wQ&?raMa tar Che Okfitijiutm
oC aa 2uacat tnctsty onst BSf Buts 3rai
ae 'Vraaafsassni Buuiir.. luyimg tr jt
eenritsa. ts aitiroa aii g&m off ;u. autSo
acf jfoUajr batwaiE trC SBnttttattoE
Buy tif aoaitti irinxaaisa- sif Sh m 9
sarin oc B2.
E wuit&C aewcrffifahit taes BH2rjitt!.r
If Sawreaact etc cfiicsifaiitoi; Be M
"lanwnjHt n4r Jnwrfritrratf surrn-
y ftt-in.mii raw; (ley: Time is
cMritr n toxnMBMC oatBt oat -Lb-tMtj8F
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T3 Kare
eerJcijA t 'snraB- CkMiitmilXyfuer.
Inaafttf ibc idt-Har as -prices tend up
nrAjwn. tLbus analntainlng a -fixed re-
ntttliintikiji aiKtwen money and lie
I nnngs nor tsuuca anoney 3s -exchanged,
j Th'iB ai3uHtafieally adjusted dollar.
1 LDP iptitntB (put, wiiuifl Ktalullze loans as
1ws21 a jn3ce Herds, Insuring that a
xSr-wa sum of annaey., -when paid hack
lo sfbe 3ondr, woBifl Always ibe -worth
wkul tit -wn -when lie loan -was made.
Sncih aiutoinotic stabilization ol tmr-
rratcy, !Pxul Jlfiber maintains, would
atrfrjarts'liiflutiim, and also Its twin
'il, tO'ilirtion.
Tioiy UiktSy ae 3s light about the
antoeijae 0f She thing, it-ven though lis
rpartauiflcr (fl-v5ce anay mot "be the lest
3iBHifiir'- Something of the Bort may
Shave to 3ie fdone .flnoner 'or later. The
wimiJQ ranmnt .endure -forever the con-thiu-J
nmHUtHtttnent erf -ralnes or -which
meocnt y-fuo-s hare "furnished .such Im
i7ircnHlr lexamples. But neither con-
ess 3ior jpublic seems nongh inter-
afl to She miatter jib yet lo do any
ttSaaj; atliont at.
M Ctf .cmirse w lojw tor a good year
Jfcrtb,,; .j skejellerup -comrt junpinB
jn-ntnifl Hoaoe an the fy 'Ccmnlicates
tflhe otrloi& ai 31tUe.
DEATHS
OSxTEHBTStG. !D(ic.-27 The t.wp
?W'tilff' (in vS Mr. .and Mrs. Arthur
IDuiail ittitifl Tuesday Jit the parents'
iiame an Caurtcn. Death -was due to
jrarnnntnnu. The fcneml .services of
iflie i3rDfl w5n le held tomorrow morn-
Beg art. the ainme erf the rgraaapareiits,
2St. arnfl Jtoa. 1. S- Harmer. -who reside
shzet Has jnlaoe. Bcxial -will he made
to le Centjjrhur: annetery.
TCionfl Bias Ibfccn xecelred of the
idtadh dS Mta Mary Jlichardson. for-
antn5y rS this naty. ait her home in
Klalttotflplua. Pa- Saturday. Urs.
E3dliarflan twas S yiars of ige xt the
n.uirf ittf lir ifltaith. Burial -was made
to KhUuflcBjuihi Taesdsy- Mrs. Itich
4nilKini 3s aarj-Jiiefl Iby two 'Children,
FnaiU amfl Mra idaBche Xeff. hoth ct
Ihn&dtilfiiiua, aatd hy two sisters and
31 amt(Utsr. M4R jzavn TvMttington.
Mth. Cao-tulne Hflilnrth jmd Charles
Wafitstogton. aiH of this city.
Oucsj- CjLRKtSl, xvpud "Zi yarn, a. life-J
Hiaic Irsafirait tj Bancs, died at 1:30
u"idlticlr 'SVodDCRdny ajlcrnoon at his
Brome to that jjiiase. Death w-as due
del aiptgilerr, following a .stroke eus-
ttatoefl ait aioan Mtmduy.
inhe .flbeeawia 3 eaves his wife andi1
cone master, Mrs- Charles. Gerhnnrt of
Mt. IDfliHrty.
Mr.JSXay Tflaiid LaFever, on xf Mr.
aisd Mrs. JIaanes LaF-vur. -513 Central
ATift KtTrark. O, lied at his home
Salurony anurnlnK mf jaigar diabetes.
Mr. LaFcwr Suaves besides his fath
nn aenfl aatip-mothBr. rmft rister and one
&cnnHnv. The funeral -was held Tues-
flnx anurainir Jil 11-00 fro ih Pm-k-
!-. jw, 3Li M.rt.ndnT. -iinr.
1 fiull luinc amide iin the church feme-
H 3 Vja LaFevtT at South Cay sL-eet
aaifl Mrs. X C Marriott if Bast ChesU
aim lirwl.
iiMliDlSUW
TO GIVE SECURITY
SkriK Lyde Has A New
GsestUata Herat Next
Friday
33rh Hammond was jent to the
ftsuntj- 3H TiueBday 3n cdefault at $300
Binxid By JxtKtcie GcKTge S. Ilarter on
a Kuiitrge of amlawfully possessing in
traaciatog litjaw. A -warrant had been
uKKaod for Jttune time for Hammond,
wBm 3pt vuut f xnnge ft the officers
omtn Tuewdftr. wiea he came volun-
SioaSrji- BfJcr JajaJoe Ilarter.
" A iawi a Bot cnD,J;' """ lnade to
itaic cliarge. Ills lieanng was ct for
ITSadcT atttTnoon at 2 oVlock
FINGERS CUT OFF
INEMEeYlEEL
Fwyltjf Of Ucal Pinuyl
Ss Meets Wftk
Scrcre lajwy
Jeto AMMdraac, as cmplaye -of the
yiMijInaiii- sfeepg. Tras severely 1b-
b caitskt
ilHfe
Btn-erm osrseJreC'
life
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:OOKT NOTES
Wnch or tfci bnslness of the October
term xif the Kncx county common
pleas ;ourt -was closed up Tuesday by
Judge Park B. Blair preparatory to
his 'leariBg for Giercland on Tuesday,
Jan. 2. -where he -will condUrt a ces
sion of common ptcas court for four
weeks-
The follonln? matters were dis
posed of by Judge Blsir on Tuesday:
Gila TagRart vs. 1. Xeslon 51111s
Settled 2nd costs paid.
trial ovrxraled and vc'rdirt for $Z0 fori
mirliar -re i:ir?l lnjj-??i fo unipi
thp dpfnnannt illnwrr! tn Vfnn
Eland.
Ohio fuel Supply Co. vs. Severn's
Finding on the judgment for the de
fendant. C G. Snow vs. W. W. Young Mo
tion lor a Jiew trial overrnled.
Dudgeon vs. Lahsion Jcdgment on
the verdict.
MeElroy vs. McElroy Dismissed at
the costs of the plaintiff.
Barline vs. Barline Dismissed at
cost of plaintiff.
landau vs. Dowds Motion for new
trial -overruled and judgment on the
verdict ordered.
Dnrbin vs. Tessler Plaintiff having
failed to file amended petition as or
dered by the court, the case is dis
missed at the costs of the plaintiff.
Cognovit Judgment
"A cognovit judgment was taken in
the Knox county common pleas court
Tuesday by William Koppert against
Don Wood and Joe Horn. The amount
of the judgment was" ?47j.3G.
Contract Let
The Knox county commissioners, at
their session Monday, awarded one
contract to A. D. Rightmire in the
sumct $.".3.T0 for repairs f a watering
trough on the Coshocton road.
Gives Large Bond
Jacob A. Davy has been appointed
executor ol Mary A. C. Harwocd -by
the Knox county probate court. Bond
flOO.000. given in a surety company.
The appraisers are U M. Bnibaker.
James Guthrie and Tennyson Swank.
Sale Confirmed
In the matter of ihe assignment of
J. C Corwin. a private sale has been
confirmed by the probate court of
Knojc county.
Trustee Named .
If. S. Campbell of ML Vernon has
been appointed trustee of Jennie Han
na by the probate court of Knox coun-
Bond 1"00, with Charles Beck-
holt and
William G. Goner as sure-
ties.
Marriage Licenses
Fred D. Gay. glass-worker, and Ixn
nie 1. King (both colored) or ML
Vernon. Bev. G- W. Walker.
Floyd 1. Reese, telephone operator,
Walhondlng, and Elizabeth L. Smeeth,
school teacher, Millwood. Uev.W. li.
Shields.
II. Walter Stewart, attorney. Clove
land, and Anna Ituth Colvllle, teacher.
ML Vernon. Bev. K. J. Stewart of
Carrr-llton.
Ptoeeetiingc Started
William II. Koppert lias started pro
ceedngs In aid of 'execution In the
Knox county probate court against
Don Wood and Jbe Horn- Judge Duke
has set the matter down for bearing
on Jan. 2, at 1 p. m.
o
Agnew Will Filed
The last will and testament or Mur
ry J. Agnew. late of Fredericktown.
has been filed in the Knox county
probata courL By the terms of the
will- the testator gives his eatire es
tate to his wife. Emma F. Agnew. The
will wa signed Xov. 2J. 1912, in the
presence of J. H. Xorrick and J. C.
Raubcr.
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Ar.swtr U Filed
In the case of Calvin Sapp vs. Wil
liam II. Sapp. the answer of the Reno
Oil Co. was filed in tho Knox county
common pleas court on Wednesday.
The defendant claims to have, oil
rights on the land in controversy and
asks that Us leases be declared valid
by the crurt and that, the property be
jold subject to the leases- -W, F. Car
ver of Millersburg is the attorney for
the Reno company.
Real Estate Tranrfers
Alfred Fi?h t.t Florence E. Fish.
parcel in Gambler. $1.
J. D. Hall to Bessie M, K'clglcy, par
cel la city, II.
W. L, House to C. M. McClelland,
parcel in Morgan. Si.
EWALT DENIES THAT
HE WAS INTOXICATED
Ernest Ewalt, local taxicab driver,
today denied a report In circulation
thate was intoxicated while driving
a machine which crashed into the au-
tsmebiki of Ed Bennett at the corner
day' even-
3IB9kJHt -t" fm.twiw &t
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G, R. baker t, Co, I V
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THE BANNER
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Timon lodge, K. of P. basketball
team has scheduled a game with the
ItanVATi rn1lovn Anrp tn . .1..t
, tn t n1,vwl nn
"".7 WMiiifcg icatll 1U tnz IllilVUl UUI
the V. M. C. -V. floor. thi -t,r nn
Wednesday evening, January
. ' -r--w .., VH
This will be the first appearance of
the K. of P. team on the local floor,
although the team has played several
games away from home. The Pythian
j men played Kenyon a few weeks ago I
Muu .... ucimicu mj & buiuii ecure,
S,nce then the ptn,a" '!" as beon
i'J "'Whi anil a U01 eon
test is looked for.
Members or U:e memorlnl building
commission met Wednesday afternoon
at the oHice or President If. C. pevin.
Representatives of the architects
came from Colambus and met with
the commissioners. It was the expec
tation that at this meeting final ap
proval would bo given the architects'
draft of plans for the memorial build
ing. 'Announcement was made, however,
the commission would have nothing
to give out until the meeting was over.
Mr. A. R. Titus-of Gambler has just
been granted a patent on an egg tray
for an incubator. The device is most
clever, according lo those, who have
seen It. It Is capable of elevating the
tray in the incubator to an angle of
45 degrees and holding it in position.
Mr. Titus expects to manufacture a
large number of the trays some time
in the future.
Secretary Hoy U Russell at the
Chamber of Commerce reports hiin
seir well satisfied with tho first day's
sales of 1923 automobile licenses. At
Ihe close of the day's business the to
tal shewed 03 pleasure car licenses
issued and three truck licenses sold.
As" early as Tuesday afternoon an
Increasing number or scarlet and gray
tags began to make Uieir appearance
upon the streets. Wednesday a still
greater number were to be seen as an
additional number of owners found
their way to Uie Chamber cf Com
merce office and made payments Tor
their 1933 licenses. The number of
licenses issued is expected to lilcrease
steadily day by day with a maximum
demand probably coming next Safur-
A sufficient number oLnlates are an
hand here, it Is 'ostimateil, to 'meet
normal demands ,fojg the firsrC'tnrec
months of the year. ' ' Car owners,
therefore, will have no excuse for
waiting, making the plea that the
plates cannot be supplied them.
In the larger cities riurchasers ol
new cars are being favored because
tfts demand there is so much heavier-
There is. however, no need for the ap
plication of the rule here.
Chairman W. it. Robinson of the
Good Roads committee of (he C. of
C. announced Wednesday his commit
tee practically has secured the quota
o memberships in the Pike's Peak
Ocean to Ocean Highway Association
assigned to Mt. Vernon. The number
secured now is so near the quota that
it is practically assured that the few
remaining will be secured also. Tho
local quota is ST.
Mr. Robinson informed the Banner
he is in receipt of a letter from II. IK,
Judson. general manager ot the asso
ciation, in which the information Is
given ho practically has completed
the organization work in Ohio. Tho
only places remaining to bo organized
are Cadiz and Steubeuvlllc.
Following his return to state head
quarters Mr. Judson plans starring ac
tively on publicity work for the high;
way for next sr-yson. This will in
clude maps of tho highway showing
Mt. Vernon on the route.
The association also purposes pub
lishing a tourists' camp manucl for
1923. Information respecting tho new
ML Vernon camp at Riverside park
will be included. In addition to pub
lishing a map showing the routing of
the highway from ocean to ocean sep
arata state maps are to be published.
On each of these maps will be A classi
fied business directory of subscribers.
These maps will be supplementary to
highway publicity in Modern ' High
ways and in magazines.
Chairman Robinson has been ad
vised that a county meeting is to du
held early in January to perfect a
county organization. The towns rep.
resented are ML Vernon, Ceut'erburg,
ML Liberty and Howard. At this meet
ing three delegates are to be named
to the state meeting to be held tho
latter part of January.
At the state meeting final details
pf.tbo routing of the highway through I
unto win Do worked ouL Four state
directors in the national association,
meting in February, are to bo elected.
John Burrls, Sidgewnod avenue,
was committed to the county jail, on
Tuesday, "by Justice George S. Harter
on a charge alleged non-support of
his minorciW; Marje Burrls. The
j- - ' - w mw vw4a tutur
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"- nnmiiT
E3
en
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. In de
fault of $300 bond he wassent to -Jail.
Dr. Hugh Wayt will preach a ser
mon to the couples he has married
- u ' B ",s "'
during his ministry here on next Sun-
y night at
:30. Ker. Mr. Wayt
l?Ban nis pastorate hero about Feb-
K
ruary 1. so it has not been a full
yeaf, yet during the eleven months
of his ministry be hag married 63
couples.
A most cordial invitation Is extend
ed to all C.1 couples tp be present nest
Sunday night. This has been Dr.
Wayts custom on former years.
United States Senatofelect Clar
ence C. Dill of the state of Washing
ton was a visitor in ML Vernon on
Tuesday afternoon.
Senator-elect Dill, who is spending
the holidays in Fredericktown with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dill,
came to ML Vernon Tuesday after
noon with bis father, to call upon a
number of friends and acquaintances
in the city.
The new senator was busy during
the afternoon shaking hands with old
friends and meeting new ones. He
spent several hours In ML Vernon re
turning to Fredericktown late in the
afternoon.
Loss of seme dairy cattle ascribed
to a red mould found in the ensilage
recently was reported to the Ohio Ex
perinient Station for investigation.
Staticn authorities, in laboratory and
actual feeding fsts. find the red
mould harmless.
This red mould, which growsread-
ily on ensilage, has been found to be
one of the normal ferment's. How
ever, tlie botanists say, other moulds
of bacteria which may render the
silage poisonous may bo pre3cnL eith
er in the presence or absence of the
red mould. ' .
' Feeding experiments conducted last
season in the department ot animal
industry at the experiment staticn re
sulted in np ill effects-to' the animals
under experlmenL
The Dan C. Stone, Jr., Post of the
American Legion'wiir meet twice per
month in the G. A. .. hall after the
first of the year, according to action
'taken last evening at the regular
meeting held at headquarters with
about 3C members presenL
It was' the opinion of the members
of., the post that the present quarters
and club rooms were too large anil
that ' no enough menjused thq club
room for social purposes to justify the
keeping of the rooms. The dates of
the meetings in the new hall will be
announced later through the papers.
The proposition of putting on a min
strel show, ..discussed at length last
evening was turned over "to the enter-.
tainment committee which will report
definitely upon it at the next meet
ing. It" was also decided to send out no.
tices to all the members' tlidt their
"dues were due" by the first of the
year, and ought to be paid on time it
they do not want their Legion paper
to stop.
irOne Would Have Friends.
.. He wlio bus .friends" that really count
U He who has the virtues that win. and
hojd those friends. Tact is everyJhipg.M
forbearance U absolutely necessary.
.Generosity plays its purr. The ability
to forget must equal the willingness to
fprglve. The crude Jest at another's
expense must be guarded. Fondness
for argument must not surpass tha
power to keep silent.
Pleasantly
Entertain
Sir. pnd Mrs. W. D. Hell or East
Chestnut street entertained a number
of their friends last evening with a
Christmas party. Music and games
were enjoyed.
Those present for tiia- evening's
"pleasure -were Mr. and Mrs. C. E
Cochran, Misses Mabel and Lucille
Cochran, Mr. and Mrs: U F. Strang.
Mr. and Mrs. Faye Strang, Mr. and
Mrs. Vem Curran and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer Barnard and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs- George Beck and
children. Mr. and Mrs.'ponald Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cochran. Misa
Janet Ball, Messrs. Walter Huntsber-
ry and Clarence Brown and MIss.THar-
ipne Locanour. - .
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Entertained (
With Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Bird entertain
ed their children and grand children
wuu a wnrtstmas dinner ant) a
Christmas tree on Monday at their
home near Brandon. Those , preswat
were Mr. aud Mrs David Niebje aud
children, Alice, Carl and Robert, Mr.
and Jlrs. Herbert Bird and son.
Charlci. Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Haifoa
and sbn, "Chester, Miss: bilve Bird
and Mis Ruth Bird. . "
Ri
nttth
w,
n
wood were wiKed ia n:.rrige-a. 2:3
o'clock Tuesday afteraoen 'Sr-Her. W.
xi. snieias m ine-fres&Ttertem ttady.
North Gay streeL The couple was un
attended. The bride is weft Iran-am 1. n. -t
clnlty of Millwood and is engaged as
a teacher of the district .school near
that place. "
Tnomoson-yajter
Wedding
r. Mpdlsy P--TiwPfciasd.3ssgBs3 streeL
Gladys M. Walters. ot, et Frederick-
ipwn were united in. marriage at 3
o'clock; his afternoon b Ber. W. II.
Shields at his rpsidiace, Jfqrjli Gay
streeL -
Annual Dance ,o
Occur Monday.
The annual informal jftnacr dance
given by the 1J. P.'.O. Elks wJU ccer
Monday evening; Jan. 1. '
Dinner will be senred. at S .o'clock,
for which, reservations njust be- made
Jby Dec. 27.. ' t .
Ada .Club to
Give Pance
The' Acia club will entertain with a
New Year's: lance Monday evening at
the K. ot C; hall. ' The- dancing- "will
begin at S:30 o'clock to music played
by Cupid.'s orchestra.-
Elks To .Hays
Stag Panquet
Members of ML Vernon lodge, No
140, B. P..O. JSlks. will enjoy a stag
banquet on Saturday evening, Decem
ber 301 ,T?ie coDBiitefc announces
lhat-a fine progr.ua is being arranged
for the evening.
Entertained
Wljh QiMJiei-
Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Swtaet entertain
ed wifh a turkey dinner Christmas
at their home" 'oa Marion streeL
.Those Bresffit were: Mrs. Millie Mc
G)as, Mr. Harry ""wjbion. Mr. L U
lvaIco.t, Mr. and Mrs. Haryey Sweet
and son, Mr. andilrs. Charles Sweet
and S9nr Miss Louise Sweet and the
host and hostess.
Ruth Class Has
Christjnas Party
The members ot the Ruth, class of
the SI. E. Sunday school, wit1! their
famlljos, were entertained with a
Christmas party Tuesday evening at
the home of .Mr- ancj. Mrs. A. W. EI.
lic-M. West Hamtramck etreeU The
goests were lijfhtfttlyeatertaincd
uirpuEaoui iu cveafBKr- te unsv ur-
ture being the JBraad march in which
all participated. Miss JVInters pre
sided -af the piano. Games and con
tests were enjoyed pnd. 'were followed
by the program consisting of:
i'lano soto-r-Juua KUtotL
Reading Jessie Sperjy.
Piano solo Miss Winters. -
Vocal duet Julia Elliott and Paul
Powds.
Vpcal p)o Walter Burrls.
Santa Cl'aus made a" spectacular en
tracne by way cf the Silibney. and
made pie evening a merry time .for
all.
Refreshments were served late In
the evening and the guests" departed
expressing themselves as. having had
a wonuenm .evening oc pleasure.
Newly.Weds Ace ,
Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw pleasant
ly entertained at theirhpcie in Dan
ville Saturday evening -with a three
course' dinner, honoring the newly-
weds,-Mr. and "Mrs. Clinton Shaw. The
bride iwaa formerly. Miss .Gladys Bar-
m.vj c.Yt "? "cc" c c .ni o.u)a
Mrs.,Wjliu)mShaw.;Mr. Oscar Shaw.
Mr.-, and Mrs. jWflllam- .Charch, Its.
ry.-'Shaw. andttter,Mrtha, Miss
'" -M. ?rvF",nr -?
S3,Ultx.lMlss'FDrresttSUats- the host
andjhpstess-aria-thelrnwoTsofls. Byers
andlpehnfth.' "-'"'
Entertaint With '
Chrjstmas Dinner
Mrs. Ella Myers .of West Vine street
entertained wjth Christmas dinner at
her home. Covers were laid for Mr.
AN APPRECIATION
Air tlifS joyous season when the very air Is full of
the cheerful spirit of Christmas we welcome the
opportunity of expressing- to you our warm ap
preciation of your patronage. "We wish for vou
happiness, health and prosperity, to he continued
throughout the new year and in the years to coe-.
TP:WHTE STATE BUILDING LOAN C0
Wiit6ay8t., Colujahua, Ohio
-AJP 9vTMjE: deposits
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(Coqhraa. Mr. ubaI
and Miss Inez. Cocfl
tEntrtair
On Christmas
I Mr. and 3Irs. Lyman
Itertaincd with, a Christia
I jloaday at their home oa
Covers were laid far thi? fN
j Mr. and Mrs. William Metealf ai
EarL Mr. and Mrs. John Znccarroi
and Mrs. Walter Mauler ot CoiamS
rand Mr. anil Mrs. John. RIcter
"WorthingtOH.
o
Entertained
With Dinner
Mrs. John Brown, at orth. Cay
street entertained a number of her
friends Christmas dar with, a dfnwr
party. '-
Covers? were laid jee- the .fallowing:
guests: Mr. aad Mrs-f Brook: Bfinwniw-.
and family.. Mr.aad.Jfes. Harry Ta
er. -Mr. aad, Mrs. rani turner, a
Mrs. Jfaryjji
Mrs. Thomas
Jackson and
Tltica.
ay ixea.flc;.
Annual Sr.onrfcaJI
Dance Given
The annual ,"sEotall danse.giTeBil
by a naraher'of ywtns- peopbi of I
city, occurred tTnesdey evening: at he j
K. ot C. haiL andVas the most ea
1 oyable social event given by the j
people this season.
Fifty couples, including-a large nam
ber ot young- people from various;
schools and colleges, who are spend
ing the Christmas holidays at their
homes here were present at the af
fair. The haU was cleverly decorated, fa
keeping with the Christmas seasea.
Streamers of red and green, crepe "pi
per hung from, the ceiling-to the walls,,
and from the centre of the ceiling: was
suspended a large snowball of cotton,
covered with, artificial snow. Th
lights were shaded with red and blue:
paper, making a yery pleasing- effect.
The music for the dances was play
ed by the Harmony Sixorchestra.
The dance was arranged, by 'Messrs-.
Harold Bettinger and George TaUger.
Frjday evening at tha K. ol C. TisiW1..
Messrs. Lawrence Hedges and. George
Tauger will give another dance, Bade
for which, will be played by the-Ha-mpny
Sir orchestra
Entertains With
Dinner Sunday
Mr. and. Mrs. Bryant Kinney of WaC
nut street entertained wUh. dinner
Sunday, having: as their -meats 3fc
and Mr?. Clint Roberts of FredetlSt
town and Mr. and Mrs-. John; Breece
aml daugthers of this city.
Entertain Guest:
With Radio Party
Dr. and Mrs. V. L. fisher- entertain
ed the members of. the fasulty ot th
ML Vetnoa academy, Academio, with,
a radio party Tuesday evening: at te."
M. & S. saniLirium. Thirty gnesW
were present and. enjoyed, the evem.
ing's entertainmenL
Naomi Class
0
MartHg
-1,
Has Social
The monthly social ot the Naomi
class ot the Gay strtet M. E. cbarefc.
was held Tuesday evening: bx .rfe
church parlors, with, a large nnmsec
ot membsrs present. Mrs. Marsaaft
presided during the business seswes.
and the devotional service was led by
31 rs. Kirk.
The following program, was gin
tinder the direction ot .Mrs. FleHtiac a jt
Vocal solo Luella. Simmon, ae.,.
cpmpanied at the plana by- rTnnimt -Hedges.
(i
Reading. "There Is Xb Santa Cbws''
-Mrs. Keeley.
Solo Dorothy Fleming-.
Reading. "The Deaconess Christ
mas" Mrs. Kirkv
Durins the social hour, the mem
bers of the class formed bx line aJsat
marched, past the Christmas basket,
where each person wa3 preseated.
with a gift.
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