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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1914 1 ttnjiinjinnJxnjbnnnnAarinuvinnrin ! LOCAL EVENTS j Senior Camp Fire Girls met with Elizabeth Branch Tuesday afternoon. W. H. Hobart has been laid up since last Friday with a sprained an kle. The Medina Coterie met with Mrs. Frank Spellman Tuesday after noon. The Friday afternoon Club will meet with Mrs. J. T. Calvert this afternoon. Contractor Frank Waters is erecting a new house on North street for Miss Gertrude Bishop. Ed, Newberry of Creston accom panied the corn boys on their special trip east this week through the kind ness of Mr. 0. B. Dealing. Wadsworth village will hold a wet and dry election on Tuesday, Dec. 15, under the Beal law. Business at the Sentinel office has been so brisk the past week as to necessitate working night shifts. The Thanksgiving Circle of King's Daughters met with Mrs. W. H. Gardner, Wednesday afternoon. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tanner (nee Ruth Ken nedy) of Hardin Thanksgiving day. Work is progressing rapidly on the new Pythian Sister's home. The walls are up and nearly ready for the roof. The Ladies of the Maccabees will hold election of officers Friday even ing, Dec. 11. A full attendance is desired. The Rebeccas surprised Mrs. Orlo Thatcher at her home Monday night, the occasion being her birthday anni versary. , The condition of Mrs. 0. T. Gard ner, who recently underwent a serious operation, is improving very slowly, if at all. The Medina Fire Department gave a dance last night at the I. 0. 0. F. hall. A good crowd was in at tendance. The Older Boys' Y. M. C. A. training class will meet with Huber Root at the Garfield school building Monday at 7 p. m. The meeting of the Golden Rule Circle of King's Daughters was post poned. and will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. C. M. Fenn. The Misses Lena and Helen Clark ' entertained the Standard Bearers of the Methodist church on Tuesday evening at their home. Miss . Christina Dannley enter tained wi j;h a picnic supper at her home Saturday in honor of her guest!, Miss Luella Cotton of Lorain. ' The pupils of the Garfield school will hold a candy sale at their school building Friday, Dec. 11, at 2:30 p. m. Proceeds for new Vicrola records. Married, Nov. 25, at the Congre gational parsonage, by Rev. H. Sam uel Fritsch; Arthur E. Hagans and Miss Bertha M. Knopf, both of Litch field. The Clytean Club met with Mrs. Ella Canavan Wednesday night and held a shower for Mrs. R. M. Miller. Misses Canavan and McDougall were hostesses. Miss Geraldine Canavan is under instruction of Mr. Arthur Murray (assistant instructor of Castle House, N. Y.,) who is teaching dancing in Cleveland. 1 The Young Ladies' Benevolent society of the Congregational church were entertained by Mrs. J. H. Adams yesterdsty afternoon at her home on Wect Smith road. The ladies of the Baptist church and the ladies of the "Marrietta", gave a shower dast Tuesday evening for Mrs. Raymond Miller at the home of Mrs. E. C. Green. At the meeting of the Democratic county executive committee for choos ing the member of the Medina county liquor licensing board. Mr. White from Lodi was the choice. The Vance family reunion was held Thanksgiving day at the home of Elmer Vance in Medina. A fine din ner was enjoyed by all present. The next reunion will be held at Akron. S. W. Anderson has moved his plumbing, heating and ventilating business from his erstwhile headquar ters next to the Princess theater to the Wctern Reserve Garage on South Court street Blake Hendrickson received a fine box of smoked salmon Monday morn ing from a friend in Ft. Casey, Wash, The package came via parcel post and was in excellent condition on its ar rival in Medina. The new Christmas game will be very fashionable. The players hunt through their pocketbooks to( see how much money they have left. The one who has the most has to buy a pres ent for New Year's. ' ; ' A row of electric lights have been placed in front of Greisinger'a shoe store, which adds not only to the beauty of the street, but illuminates this sec'ion, where heretofore it has been rathe dark, especially on Sun day evenings when the stores have not been lighted. Judge-elect N. H. n McCrare has moved his office from the Griesinger block onSouth Court-Street to the rooms over Steeb's tailor shop" on West Liberty street The rooms va cated by Mr. McClure will be occupied Aluiich Underwood when he as sumes the office of prosecuting attor ney January 1. A slight change was made m the time schedule of the B. 0. the past week, whereby the trains in the af ternoon will leave as follows: South at 5:36 and north at 8:11, central standard time. The trains of . the morning will run on the old schedule. The postoffice will close at 7 p. m., as usual, not waiting for the 8:11 deliv ery, except for the handling of spec ial delivery and registered mail. t The Snell family w&s entertained by A. C. Whonsetler and wife at their annual reunion which was held Tues day in the L. 0. 0. M. hall. There were 34 present coming from all thru Wayne county as well as from Bar berton, Cleveland, Medina; also points in Pennsylvannia. The family con sists of the decendents of Jacob Snell and wife, are entertained each year by the next member of the family in point of age. The day was spent in social intercourse and a very fine pro gram was rendered. Creston Journal WADSWORTH At the meeting of the village coun cil a communication from the state auditor's office, showing the result of the state examination of the accounts of the village and the conduct of the various offices for the years 1913-14 was read. The chief criticism was of the appropriation by council of money for purposes in which members were directly interested Others were on technical errors of little import ance. Clerk Hiers was highly compli mented for the excellent and system' atical way in which he had kept the books of the village. Among the students of this place who were home from college over the Thanksgiving hol'days were: Miss Erma Swieart. George Durling and Leslie Hartzell from Heidelberg uni versity, Kenneth Mills, Howard Bra dy, Chas. Reese and Chas. Warner from Ohio State university. The lid was removed from hunting in Medina county on mursaay, to the great relief of the 200 or more hunters of this place who had taken out licenses at the beginning of the season. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seigfried, Mr. and Mrs, Ira Seigfried and Mr. and Mrs. B. A.1 Clark, all of Cleveland, spent Thanksdvine with relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falk and H. C. Harper and family spent Thanks giving day in Cleveland. L. 0. Z. and Mrs. Came and son William and Mrs. W. A. Artman vis' ited relatives in Painesville on Fri day. Approximately ?160 was contribnS- ed by the schools, churches, lodges and other organizations of this place to the county Thanksgiving relief fund to be ent to the war sufferers in Belgium. Of this amount $24 was given by the schools and a large part of the rsmainder by the churches and lodges. T ToETTER luuEK USINESS Are you going to be ready to seize your opportunity when the big 1915 boom in business is in full swing? Join the "Made in U. S. A." movement by being ready to help Amer ican business men makeall the articles we used to im port, andto prepare to ex port American goods to other lands. Many coun tries must, as a result of the war, depend upon us for manufactured articles. Plan for a business career and for the best and big gest future by beginning , a course Jan. 4. Actual Business College "The School That Gets Results" Hedford Building X V6 CANT Do) rrr- ,;. Without r J Y fcSl 1 Pi i BUTCHERING SUPPLIES ? t f t ? t t From a Lard Press or Meat Grinder down to a Hog Scraper HAVE YOU EVER, VSIV A LARD PMES-S AND SAUSAdE -STUFFER COMBINATION ? THE GREATEST CONVENIENCE AT BUTCH ERING TIME, -SAYING NOTHING ABOUT MEAT GRINDERS IF NOT, YOU KNOW NOT WHAT A BUTCHERING HELP THEY ARE. BE.5IDE-S, WHY VAJTE THE TIME BOR ROWING WHEN YOU CAN BUY THEM So CHEAP, AND HAVE ONE OF YOUR OWN. WE SELL. BUTCHER KNIVES OF BEST QUALITY Anything needed for butchering, ev.en the rifle to shoot the pig. OATMAHSHDW. ? t y t f ? ? t ? t ? T f f T?ntL- PmA lias hA a&4 VJ i iaiiOi JLVcixiici iiaa ovau uui , xiip meat market to Frank ;Overkolt an A; the latter took possession December 1. Mr. Reimer ha been in the busi ness for many years. North Main Opposite Portage Akron PROBATE COURT Will of Luvina M. Lee admitted to probate. Citation issued to widower to make his election. v Tony Becker arraigned and pleads guilty to petit larceny. Sentenced to ten days in jail and to pay a fine of $5.00 and costs amounting to $3.60, Sentence suspended during good be havior. Hearing in probate of will of John C. Ramsey continued. Hearing in the matter of appointing an administrator of estate of Daniel Repp continued. Proofs of publication . filed in es tates of G. K. Logan, A. B. Bishop and Jennie R. Smith. Proof of publication filed of notice of accounts set for hearing on Dec. 12. Will of Eliza Steingerwatt and ap plication for probate filed. Hearing set for Dec. 9. George Stroup changes plea of not guilty of petit larceny to guilty and is sentenced to ten days in jail and to pay a fine of $10 and costs amount ing to $3.60. S. E. Johnston of Grove City,,0 appointed commissioner to take de position of F.' W. Rice, a subscribing witness to the will of John C. Ramsey. Will of Barbara McFadden and ap plication for probae filed. Hearing set for Dec. 5, at 9 o'clock.' , Inventory filed in estate of Allen V 1 M romeroy ana oraer issued lor pri vate sale of personal property. Petition filed for sale of real es tate in guardianship of Myrtle, Doro thy, Edna and Lucile Woolridge. Hearing set for Dec. 7, and order for notice, issued. Bail bond of Alex Kovoic fixed at $500 and he is released from custody of sheriff until first day of next term of Common Pleas court. ' MARRIAGE LICENSES Sidney H. Hange of Chatham and Ruth H. Lechleitner of Harrisville. Ulysses G. Ditch of Burbank and Dessie' A. Eaken of Medina. ' Arthur E. Hagans of Harrisvelle and Bertha M. Knopf of Litchfield. Wm. H. Ludwig of Strongsville and Ruth Brasse of Brunswick. , ". Russell S. Bonewit of Burbank and LuEtta Allison of Lodi. : Real Estate Trnnnfora 'Lee C. Briggs et al. to Mary C. Briggs, 183 acres, Sharon, $1. ' C. Chnstenson to F. D. Miller, lot 881, Wadsworth village, $1. Same to Cyrus Evans, lot 1377, Wadsworth village, $1. Lee Elliott to F. 0. Phillips, 2.25 acres, Lafayette, $10,000. . Margaret Ebbert to Ward A. Raw, 50 acres, $1. Daniel S. Hoover to W. E. Kunkler 82.75 acres, Wadsworth, $1. , Earl Huffman to C. Washburn, lots 103, 104, 107, Medina village, $1. , " John O. Kreider et al. to D. C. and Anna Hoover, 76 acres Wadsworth, $1 , A. W. and E. H. Linseder to Mary E. Dolamore, 12 acres, L'verpool, $1. ; I. W. Metting to Rollin and M. Smith, lot 1187, Wadsworth village, $1. C. H. Parker to Geo. Stoskoff, Marysville lot 13, Liverpool, $1. Emilia T. Swift to Zada P.-Shaw, lots 436 and 441, Medina village,, $1. Harvey Shriner to Lodi village, 4 acres, Lodi village, $900. , G. Shultz to Mamie Wells, . .15.54 acres, Sharon, $1. " L. S. Wertz to C. Clayton Fixler, lot. 10:30, Wadsworth village, $1. Frank C. Wilson to E. F. Pentz, lot 338, . Seville village, $1. V ' ' ! 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