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X MEDINA, OfflO, April 16, 1920 THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OfflO. PAGE FIVE SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. son, Tuesday, April 13. Ivan Ault, a Mrs. Harry Maple is at Fairview hospital. Mrs F. H. Brought is seriuosly iU Mrs. Georgie Smith and daughter, oi, mc hwiiic ji uu paicuto, w nu jNeine, win spend several weeks Mrs. Jos. Beck. The Friscilla club will meet next Monday evening with Mrs. L. W. Boy den. Miss Florence Sipher is visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Sipher at Wilkinsburg, Pa. U. P. Garberich, of Lodi and son, Ward, were here Tuesday on business. Medina having rooms at the home Mrs. Nelson Waltz. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kimmel and daughter, Gretchen, have returned from Florida. The New Century club held its last meeting of the year with Miss Dora White on Wednesday. Mrs. A. VanEpp, Miss Franklin, and Franklin, returned from Florida Saturday. in corn to Mr. ana rare, waiter mu- ofiler (nee Ora Lacy), a son, George Wint'ield, Saturday, April 10. St. Paul's choir were entertained Wednesday eveningvby the Misses Lillian and Mildred Albro. Junior Guild of St. Paul's church met at the rectory, Monday evening. Mrs. Addie Burt spent the weekend with relatives in Lorain. gWlllililllllJlIllllMIIIMlllIIIIIHililtililllllilltilllllltllilllllllllllillllllllillf lillllllllltljilflllllflllllltltlitlllllllllllltlllllinua aviHGS Deposit BAHKf0 ON SAVINGS A SAVINGS account is the most effective buffer be tween you and adversity. It softens the blow of sickness, ac cident, reverses, as nothing else You can soon build up an emergency fund by open ing a savings account in this bank and adding to it regularly. f Under State Supervision nillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilliil liiiiiiiiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii uuui Hear Dr. W. A. Ostrander of Cleveland Sunday Afternoon, April 18, 3 O'clock AT 1. 0. 0. F. Hall Admission Free No Collection Can the Living communicate with the Dead? Are Our Dead Friends Seeking To Communicate With The Living? If not, What Is The Cause Of The Many Phenomena Which Baffle The Wisest? Do You Know That The Bible Fully Answers The Question? LALLEY LIGHT and POWER LaUey-Light is a complete unit engine and generator with 16-relf storagt battery. It supplies ampte etertricify fur lights, water pump, washing machine, sweeper, eream separator, fanning mill, iron, sto. M Preferred by Progressive Farmers Every prospective buyer of an electric light and power plant should know that there is a pro Lalley-Ligkt This is especially so among progressive farmers the keenest men in every locality. If there were no other reason for the Lalley preference, the fact that it has been in use for ten years would be sufficient. But there are many good reasons the greater Lalley economy, its greater power, its long life, and the actual sav ings it makes in time and labor and money. The Erner Electric Co. DISTRIBUTORS CLEVELAND Valubale Opportunities For Dealers In Open Territory Mr. and Mrs. Huber Burke.of Lind say, Ontario, were week end guests at the home of Ms brother, Mr. M. J. Deyell. Mrs. John Beck has so far improv ed from her recent illnes as to be able to sit up a short time each day. John Beck's orchestra will furnish the music for the commencement ex- erases at Chatham, xnursaay, April 22. The Methodist choir and soloists will present their regular Vespers, Sunday, April 25, assisted by the com munity orchestra. Rev. Caulk, rector of St. Paul's! church will deliver the baccalaureate sermon at Sharon, April 19 at 8:30 p. m., and at York on Sunday, May 23. Mrs. Florence DeHart who read "The Brotherhood of Man" for the Friday afternoon Club last week was the guest of Miss- Clara Wheatley while in Medina. Amherst Spitzer spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newton in Cleveland. The Clytean Club will meet next Monday evening at the home of Miss Mildred Tubbs. A chicken supper will be served. A most satisfactory program will follow roll call, "Notes from South America" will be discus sed and Mrs. J. E. Thatcher will read a paper on "The Races of South America." Mrs. Jennie Bowman will render a solo. Mrs. R. 0. McDowell left to-day to visit her mother, Mrs. D. E. Sullivan, in Columbus. Mrs. J. E. Mason is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Walter Ward, in Indianapo lis. The Medina Circle of the Child Conservation League will meet Mon day at the home of Mrs. Paul Ander son. The program will be as follows "The Friendly Fields with Studies of Trees, Bird and Animal Life" vMrs. Nettleton. "Bird Masons and Their Homes," Mrs. Hallbck. "The Blue bird and His Haunts," Mrs Gilbert. "New Method of Photographing Wild Birds," Interesting Field Work ,Mrs. Charlton. Sidney Fenn has accepted a posit ion with the Garfield Bank in Cleve land. Miss Alice Kinsbury, recently un derwent an operation for appendicitis and is doing nicely. Regular meeting of the W. B. A. of the Maccabees, this Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Paul Crozier, and little son, of Copley, are visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Averill. Elmer Steigass, living 12 miles from Medina, -a brother of D.H. Stein gass, is seriously ill at his home, of a brain tumor. A Cleveland special ist is in attendance but the sick man is very low. The new rubber company is now as sured, articles of incorporation- hav ing been secured this week. Stock- selling will soon start. George Howard, oil driller south of town, was badly burned about tne iace and head Tuesday night, when the flame of a torch suddenly expanded, spreadin gthe blaze to the man's head. No serious results are expected. Paul Hruska of near Hinckley was. here Wednesday to report the pres ence of mad dogs in that vicinity. Mr. Hruska lost one of his cows by the latter's having been bitten by a dog with the rabies. H. Edwards, popular grocer, stole away from business long enough Wed nesday to attend the opening of the baseball season at Cleveland. Miss Leona M. Trease and John S. Brown, both of Wadsworth,were mar ried last Saturday at the Congrega tional parsonage in this city, Rev. W. J. Drew performing the ceremony. Mpssrs. Clarence Horn of Athens, and Clinton Horn of Cleveland, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Horn. Alice, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams, has been critical ly ill the past week. Service Circle of King's Daughters held an all day meeting with picnic dinner at the home of Mrs. Harold West, Thursday. The quartet of the Congregational church has resigned, effective may i. An attempt will be made to organize a chorus choir under the auspices of Miss Florence Sipher. Miss Gene Seymour spent the week end in Lorain, with her father, Mr. ClyMe Seymour. Misses Oral Shaw and Regina Bar tunek visited Cleveland relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ferriman and son, George, have returnedtrom Flor ida. Mrs. Harry Jones and son, Joe, have moved to Hart Mich., where they will make their home with her daugh ter, Mrs. Miles Connor. The weather permitting, the Cly tean club will be entertained with a picnic supper nevt Monday evening at the home of Miss 'Millie Tubbs, Branch road. Mrs. Malady of Cleveland, is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt this week. Eugene Cole, who sold his laundry aarencv last weeK to J. r. snupe win commence farming about four miles east of town. Mrs. F. E. Stine and daughter.Elsie A. Ann, and Carter Bennett returned from Palm Beach, Fla., Saturday. I "3? i Work Shoes $4.90 Solid leather soles double stitched extra strong insoles good leather counters every pair warranted any style you want black or brown- GRIESINGERS Shoe Talk Dojyou see our windows Come down our way Shop around See whats doing in shoes See the new Oxfords and Pumps in Black and Brown from $4.90 to $8.50 White low shoes are to be more popular than ever our showing is worth coming to see. New shoes every day for the lit tle folks wonderful assortment Early buying has made prices attractive. our You ought to see the shoes we repair every week you know "you can send them here by Parcel Post, we fix them up and send them right back. $3.90 Outing Shoes Just the shoe for Comfort light fit right Can you beat it? We can give you black or brown By Parcel Post Same Price GRIESINGERS9 GRIESINGERS WALK-OVER SHOP Those from town who attended the funeral services of B. Pelton in Lake wood, Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Brainard, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Mc Dowell, Mrs. R. M. Long, Mrs. F. 0. Phillips, Mrs. M. D. Kimmel, Mr. Dan Pelton and son, Ashley, Mrs. J.F. Styer, Mrs. Jennie Bowman, Mr. and Mis. M. E. Schlabach, and Mr. and Mrs.. Chester Ryan. Mrs. Ella Tylee, of Lima spent the week end with her daughter, Miss Lena Tylee and sister, Mrs. W. E. Griesinger. The ladies of St. Paul's Guild will serve a cafeteria supper this evening at the parish house from 5 until 7 o' clock. The supper will be followed by a rug and apron sale. 'Mrs. Tom Phillips and children have returned to their home in Akron after spending three weeks at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. R. M. McDowell. Hiram Hachenbarg, who formerly lived five miles west of this city but who recently moved to Wadsworth, was in the city Friday on business. Mrs. George A. Guess and son and Mrs. Anna Holt, who have been at the Lodi hospital for the past two weeks, returned to Medina Friday and are now residing at the Mrs. E. A. Snyd er home on N. Court street. v T WnrHen. of Wevmouth, was here Saturday to meet his daughter, tfc T? M Palmer of Akron, who came home for a short visit. F. W. McDowell, who has been con ducting a photograph studio at bevwe has opened a place one ooor ihhui the Sentinel building. Mrs Robert Bowman, of Akron, Ai.j nf thn late 'Mrs. Ann Ben nett, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with relatives here. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Roth, of Berea nnH Mr. Paul Shane, of Cleveland spent the week end with their parnts; Mr. and Mrs. George Shane. Tv,r, Rank will cive his second org- an recital at Lodi next Sunday m the Congregational church. A new $iuw organ has recently been installed there. Mr. Beck is an artist of great oMMw nnd Medina is proud 'in its possession of so talented a musician MEN'S CORN CONTEST The Warner-Hemmeter Co. The Quality Store TVp Men's Ten Acre Corn contest has become one of the famous contests of its kind held in the United States. It is doing more to advertise Ohio as a corn state than any other one thing attempted in recent years. Started hv the extension div ision of Ohio State University and conducted by them now it bids fair to continue of great importance in demonstrating to our farmers that the possibilities of corn raising are not approximated on many farms of the state. Up to the present Medina county has evidenced no interest in this work but this year she will have some en tries. Any farmer above 20 years of age who' will put out a ten acre field and follow the few rules set down will be allowed to enter. The winner in each county and the state will be the man who produces the greatest amount of shelled corn per acre over the entire ten acres A county championship Gold Medal will be given the county winner. The win ner in the state receives a Grand Championship cup. . In addition to these prizes is the op portunity to receive membership in the "100 Bushel Corn Club of Ohio. This distinction has been earned by about fifteen men in the past three years. The first year three men were elected to this place of honor.the second only one man came in while last fall eleven were elected. The recognition of achievment will be awarded by the Dean of the Ohio Col lege of Agriculture during Farmers week at the State University. Many may try for this high honor but few will raise enough corn to be chosen. That Medina county has an oppor tunity to enter this select few is en tirely possible. 'Many may feel that we are too far out of the corn belt of Ohio but when we realize that one of the three men who first became members of this club grew his corn up on the sandy soil of Lake county we can see that we still have a chance. Anv nerson who may be interested will receive complete information by writing the county agricultural agent at Medina. MARRIAGE LICENSES Elbert E. Woodruff, Bath 0. Amy Slarer. Medina. Raymond Plants, Leon W. Va., Edna Sheerleim, Medina. Housecleaning Ti Is here and the dollars you have saved for new rugs should go where you will get the best for your money. Many poor brands are sold . now-a-days under the guise of good rugs and the . buyer of them is none the wiser till the wear begins. You are not buying rugs for a few months but for years, and therefore you want the best quality you can find. But remember this: standard qual ities demand a standard price. The difference between cheap and good floor-covering is three years' wear instead of ten or twelve; dissatisfac tion instead of satisfaction; a few dollars1 worth of difference in price. Our ever-increasing sales show plainly that people know and appreciate genuinely good rugs, and we deem it a fortunate occurrence that we bought a large stock for our spring trade. Of course, if you are not particular any infer ior make will meet your requirements, but if qual ity has any value in your estimation, you will buy your floor-coverings of us. Our salesmen know the rug business from beginning to end and you are sure of good service here. Bring in your measures, or if you prefer, we will measure your rooms for you. You will receive good service and careful consideration whether you need one rug or ten. AXMINSTER RUGS Exceptional values of these standard favorites at extremely moderate prices. We offer a good variety of designs in want ed colorings sizes 6x9, 7:6 x 9, 8:3 x 10:6, 9 x 12, 11 :3 x 12; 11:3 x 15. Price . 9 x 12, $42.50 OTHER SIZES PRICED ACCORDING TO SIZE. ASK FOP. . PRICES BRUSSELS RUGS Of good quality. You know what this means a welt of linen and worsted that withstands long usage and gives good service. 8 or 10 wire according to price. Sizes in correct proportion for almost any room. Price $35.00 to $39.00 BRUSSELS RUGS Extra Wearing aualitv in pood rantrp of nnttorna Sizes 9 x 12. These rugs will probably go to $45.00 before the Season is over. Price 39.oo WOOL FIBRE RUGS In all sizes at much less than market price to-day. rtsn. ioi prices. RAG RUGS Bright, closely woven rugs, with The best rugs for bedrooms or bathrooms. All colors. All sizes. Prices . 98c to $8 M CREX GRASS RUGS Nothing more desirable for porches and summer nomes. Ask for nrices. LINOLEUMS The most satisfactory floor-covering for bathroom, pantry anuKiwnen. we oner the best makes of inlaid and printed linoleums in all colors. Prices $1.00 to $2.75 per yd. NEW SPRING CURTAINS We are now showing a large variety of very handsome curtain material in both white and ecru. Some are fine and filmy, others are in heavier ef fects, but all are of exquisite design, and we think will meet the approval of the most fastidious buvers. We call your attention particularly to our beautiful Silk Madras, Cretonnes m light and dark colors, printed or plain Marquisettes, plain or fancy Scrims, Filet Nets and other desirable draping fabrics, all at very conser vative prices. We also show a most attractive line of ready-made cur tains in Marquisette, Net or Lace from $1.50 up, and Lace Paneling at 75 cents to $1.50 per panel, the number of panels needed depending upon the width of the window. Come in and look at our spring offerings in this department. It will be a pleasure for us to show them and you will enjoy looking at these beautiful draperies. j The Warner-Hemmeter Co.