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MEDINA, OHIO, JUNE 18, 1920 THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. Auto Livery BRUNSWICK Mrs. Edith Craddock Rowlee was :.J T.,-"V. a o 9-Sfl in the after- Prompt service. Oerrful drivin. JSt the M. E. church at Lakewood Auto tires and supplies; DeLaval by Rev fuller, to Ralph Dorrah, Cream Separators. Ul W. Washinf -: superintendent of the Austin Struc- Phone 8186. S. T. tural riant at JNoumgnam. ine uimc j wore a gown of toque color satin and ' carried pink roses and Mrs. Roy was 1 maid of honor. They will make their hnmo at 1789 Rockwood Ave., Cleve- I iorri On WpHtipkHrv evenine they her mother s Mrs. GRADUATES HOLD FINAL EXERCISES ton St, Medina, 0. PIERCE. BARGAIN One Extra Good 2-Ton Ford Truck --$750-- GIBBS & CO. MEDINA Cheaper Than Coal! Change your coal stove into a gas range. No dust, smell or gas trouble. Uniform bak ing heat; sets in firebox; easy to handle. OIL GAS BURNER .... For information write W. CAMPBELL P. O. BOX 62, STATION B. CLEVELAND, 0. $15 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county Commissioner subject to the Democratic primaries to be held August 1920. A. M. BAUGHMAN Wadsworth, 0 41tf LEGAL NOTICE Claude Wilcox, who resides at 554 Warren Avenue, Detroit, Mich., will take notice that Gladys Wilcox has filed her Petition in the Court of Com mon Pleas of Medina County, Ohio, against the said Claude Wilcox ask ing for a divorce, restoration of her former name of Gladys Minds, and for such other relief as is proper, and that in said Petition she charges said defendant with being guilty of gross neglect of duty, of three years willful absence from the plaintiff, and of ex treme cruelty towards this plaintiff. The defendant is hereby notified that this case will be heard in said County it Medina, Ohio, on the 3d day of Tuly, 1920, or as soon thereafter as Is convenient for the Court. F. W. WOODS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 38-6 DR. A. E. SHAW Fitting Glasses a Office Days Saturdays only. Specialty and Mondays BZDU NOL4I7 BACK mthour ( ucationif Hunt ' Sal v. Jills in the trratmrnt of K zc0 Tetter, Kingworm, Itch, etc Don't br-.-ome discouraged be cause otl-er treatments failed Hunt aiulv. It. relieved hun dreds of ruch out. y0u cn'( lose on our Money Barh Gvaranire. Try il a-our ttik TODAY Price 75c at W. J. WALL, Druggist, Medina. Ohio. Children Ury FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A came out here to Llman Pritchard. I Clair Gadman and cousin Agnes Dans went down to Covington, Ky. and ! were married June 4. They were ac companied by Will Peebles and wile land Lucile Miller. They will make I their home with his father. Announcements were received here ! on Monday of the marriage of Myrtha ! Evans of Berea and Charles Selzer of I Stronirsville on March 4, 1920. They kept it quiet until after she had grad uated from Berea high school a couple weeks ago. Hal Bennett a Brunswick boy died at his home in Elyria June 10 after an illness of a number of months. The funeral was held at Elyria on Sunday afternoon and the body brought nere for burial. Mr. Bennet was 50 years old and leaves a wife, one son and two dancrhters. Wp noticed the death of Elmer Brown of Medina. He was born and raised here and married Nettie Peters and lived here until 1891 when they moved to Medina. Mrs. Brown was buried here. He later married Ida Trautman of York who survives him with his two children Ernest Brown and Mrs Gertrude Arborgast. The Odd Fellows have changed the date of their memorial to Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the M. E. Church, Rev. Kinsley delivering the address after which they will go to the cemetery to decorate the graves of departed members. About 140 attended -the Farm Bureau meeting last Thursday even ing at which the cooperative elevator man was present and gave an address. Glen Benjamin and family were in Elvria Sunday to attend the funeral of his uncle Hal Bennett. Walter Follev and wife entertained over sixty of the Folley relatives Sun day at their home. Epworth League of M. E. Church will hold a social in the church base ment this Friday evening. Union church meeting next bunday evening at iJhurcn oi innsi, ev. Kinsley preaching. E. C. Miner and wite were caners at Melvin Case's Sunday afternoon to see the new baby girl. Viola Case' has gone over to stay at her brother's for a while. Mrs. Will Kingsbury ot Medina is in Fairview hospital where on Monday she went through an operation tor the removal of a tumor. About 75 of the Odd Fellows went to Dover Saturday night and attended lodge. F. H. Gibbs, wife and two daughters Esther and Ellen and Mrs. Nellie Moxley went to Hiram Monday to at tend the graduating exercises of their son Earl Gibbs. Two other graduates are Lucile, daughter of Frank Hawk ins and wife of Cleveland and Esther daughter of Perry Rice and wife of Chicago. Rebekah lodge next Tuesday even ing. Mrs. E. E. Rice spent last week in Medina at her brother's E. E. Mc Dougal. School reunion at stop 66 Saturday, June 19. A few from here attended Pomona Grange at Poe last Saturday and re port a fine meeting. The graduating class of fifty-four held their exercises at the Congrega tional Church Thursday evening of this week the address being given by Vernon H. Riegel, state superinten dent of public instruction. The valedictory was given Dy Dons L. Worden. Rev. Caulk gave the in vocation and Rev. Bryenton the dene-diction. atfffa) NWftf f County School Notes j ! D. W. PEARCE. Co. Supt. A letter from the state superinten dent of schools shows the necessity for a course of high school study in rural districts that is closely coordinated with his needs and purposes. The let ter follows: To County Superintendents: Courses of study in rural and vill age high schools are generally too ex clusively academic and are not proper ly articulated with community life. Provision must be made whereby it is possible for the country boy who re mains on the tarm to obtain a high GRANGERBURG Albert Smith of Coddingville has been spending some time with Way land Close. The Granger Mother's Club will meet Friday afternoon, June 18th at 2 o'clock, at the home of Mi's. E. M. Ganyard. AU interested in the wel fare of their children are urgently re quested to be pie;cnt. Mr. and Mrs. Finn Anderson and daughter, Doris, spent Saturday and Sunday in Akron, at the home of Howard Hatch. Four of the Close boys are ill with the measles. Stanley Scudder from Akron is visiting at Fred Waffles. Mrs. Fred Miles and daughter from Ghent spent Wednesday and Thurs day at Beacher Baxters. Clair Baxter and family came Sat urday to his parents, Mr.Beacher Bax ter. Clair returned to Akron ' Sun day, but his wife and children are spending the week here. Helen Hanson is spendmg u few tijys with Mabel Cain at Winfall, John Hanson and George Ganyard and Ross Chrisman returned to their homes from O. S. U. last Tuesday. Claud Rockwood has sold his place to Claud Wilbur from Bennetts Corners. BARN DANCE Residence of Albert Snyder Two miles west of Medina on Lafayette Road. Tuesday Evening, June 22. EVERYBODY COME I Mi.o Plioci flv.irnl nrA Mi I Id run vf l 1 j 1 , itiilJi v nao. .jLtiii aim v-nnuiv n vj. Bcnooi education in nis own community T , . r . that is directly related to his needs 1 town are spending a few weeks and purposes. It is necessary that ; w.lth her Parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben the possibilities of agriculture and Pierce. rural life be revealed to him that he I Mrs. Rhoda entertained friends may be equipped with training neces- from Cleveland, Sunday. the scientific pertormance ot j The shine ball is thrown like a fast ball, but floats instead of curving. It iwas discovered by Eddie Cicotte of j the Chicago American league. The cause of George Washington's I death is generally considered to have been pneumonia. sary to his work. Agriculture is the most important industry of the nation. It is the principal industry in all rural communities. The old time tradition al academic high school course of study is not sufficient nor is it adapt ed to the needs of rural life. It is high time that these communities realize that the program of studies should be articulated with the industrial life of the community. The teaching of Home Economics is being neglected even more than the teaching of Agriculture ( Not in Me dina County) . The home making. No matter what a woman's avocations may be the chief and ultimate purpose of her life is to become a home maker. Our schools should cause the girl to realize to the fullest measure the pos sibilities of home life in all its at tractiveness. Academic subjects are right and necessary but conjugations and for mulas should not be a blind shutting out the light that radiates from tiiat greatest of all institutions, the home. A two year's course, at least, should be offered in the high schools in Home Economics and Agriculture. : Farm Shop Work should constitute a part in this course in Agriculture. i ine exclusively academic ana traai- Fred Waifle and family and Beach er Baxter and family attended the Baxter reunion at Beacher Wagers in Copley Saturday. Bert Ganyard and family with Mrs. Fred Ganyard spent Sunday at C. S. Ganyards. Born to iMr. and Mrs. Geo. Graff Wed., June 9, a daughter. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graff yard, Wed. June 9, a daughter Elsie Louise. Clair Miller and wife, with daughter Elsie, spent the week-end in Detroit Stanley Montgomery and family and Alma Esgate and daughter Jean from Akron, were callers at Walter Youngs, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Erbskorn of Elyria visited Glenn Clark's Mondav. PHONE 3066 If you want any sanitary plumbing or steamf itting done. GIVE US A TRIAL Standard Lines of Fixtures In Stock H. E. Joy Plumbing Shop 648 Wadsworth Road WHITE OXFORD SALE Men's, Women's, Misses and Children's Begins Monday, June 21. You Will Save From $1 to $2 On Every Pair Also Many Other Kinds of Dress Shoes and Work Shoes LOUIS BILFULCI & SON Shoe Store and Fine Repairing South Court St. MEDINA CHIPPEWA LAKE Childen's day was observed at the U. B. church Sunday evening. A fine program was carried out to the delight of a large and enthusiastic audience. A.K. Ritter and wife of Akron, visit ed Mrs. Lucinda Ritter, Sunday, Mrs. E. Fretz was in Cleveland a tional high school course of study must few days the first of the week visiting be revised, vitalized, and adapted to ' her brother. community needs if high schools in I E. A. Hottenstein and wife of Win whlch such courses prevail are to be I fall palled POLITICAL ADV. A. ROSS READ ' CANDIDATE FOR NOMINATION FOR CONGRESS. SUBJECT TO, DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES AUG. 10, 1920 I take this opportunity of requesting the voters of Medina County to consider my candidacy and trust that, before they defi nitely decide whom they would like to have for their national representative, they will learn the reasons why I am seeking that position in the councils of our nation. A. ROSS READ. WANTED IMMEDIATELY Five experienced garage mechan ics for permanent positions in South ern Ohio. Excellent living conditions at reasonable costs. Splendid opportunity for good, steady men to advance raoidiv. Write at once stating exDerience, wages expected, age, married or sin gle to-Middle States Pohlicitv Com pany, 212 Central Savings & Trust Bldg. Akron, Ohio. long retained on our list of recognized schools. Courses in Home EconomicsFarm Shop Work, Agriculture and other sciences are being prepared. We ex pect to have the same ready for dis tribution by us by September 1, 1920. Most cordially yours, Vernon M Riegel Superintendent of Public Instruction Great care has been exercised by the County Office in the' past two years to formulate the best possible program of studies for our high schools. We believe in its present form, it serves the varied interests of our pupils as well as can be done with a limited number of teachers. By shaping our Manual Art work as now planned, one year of cooking alternative with one year of sewine will satisfy the demand of the state in this subject. I therefore urge care ful attention just now to the Domestic Science, Agriculture, and Manual Arts. day afternoon. Next Sunday will be Ladies day at the U. B. church. Everybody invited. Seems to us that six days in a week is time enough for the youngsters to shoot their fireworks. It looks a little heathenish or uncivilized or some thing to have them fired off in front of a church, during services, as was done last Sunday. LITCHFIELD George Marsh of Cleveland, was at the home of John Bait and wife Sun day. The new Congregational parsonage on West street improves the looks ot the street very much. Mr. and Mrs. Scoote, who spent the winter in Alabama, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ted Falconer. Mrs. Willis Leach and son, Norris, who had the diptheria, have recovered so as to be out. Little Ruth Ki uggel and Dorothy Walten are still under quarantine. Miss Blanche Comstock entertained the Ladies Benevolent society of the Congregational church this week Thursday. Mr. Lloyd of Akron, the new agent at the N. O. R. R. will begin his duties Thusday of this week. Miss Anna Winch, who has had charge at the de pot for over a year, will visit her moth er in New York state for a time. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the Wheeler family for remembering me at the reunion, the gift being very acceptable. Mrs. Jennie Wheeler. 43-lp. A patent has been granted for a safety pocket for men, to be attached to suspender buttons inside the waist band of trousers and held closely by suspender tips. Poisonous gas was first used by the Germans during the engagement near Ypres on April 22, 1915. 2 f f f T t f ? T I f t 2 t t t f Y THE GOLDEN AGE AT HAND As Promised in the Bible Hear this refreshing message at the I. O.O. F.Hall SUNDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 20 3 o'clock Pastor E. J. Hooper of Cleveland will speak Seats Free No Collections X Y f f f i t t GOODMAN'S CORNERS Ed Behner, wife and little son from Valley City visited her mother Mrs. Amy Morton Sunday at C. H. Clarks. A. U. Clement. Mr. anH Mrs A n Clement and Mrs. Ina Williams and little daughter were in Medina Mon day. Paul Morton from Medina w "WW IIVMI over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rogers from Berea called at C. H. Clarks, Monday even ing. A. W. Clement, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Clement and Mrs. Amy Morton at tended the community meeting at Ben-1 nett's Corners Friday night. Erwin Morton, Reuben Morton and little daughter, Mrs. Mina Morton,1 Will Perkins and sister Mvrfa ,..,n,) - i . Jv" v-ciicu at Edwin Morton's at Reehetwn ,. day evening. m - fi,4 urifVl 1 man .1.,, rmvA i w.v. n Juan one qcjiub a piece 01 string to one of his female relatives. Then she who receives the string tells the favorite man that the particular woman is in love with him. ABRAMS CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE Medina's Greatest Store for Men and Boys Buy Your Straw Hat Here I We have a large and varied stock. Value for the price you pay that's the important point in buy ing today to be sure of getting what you pay for. Prices have advanced, so rapidly on everything that we are all in doubt at times as to what we ought to pay. At this store you get full value in dependable merchandise the best for the price that the market affords and the price is right. ' Abrams Clothing and Shoe Store aSs6 Medina, Ohio gffiT" We give and redeem Eagle Trading Stamps When In Cleveland Leave Your Car AT THE EUCLID SQUARE GARAGE CO. EAST 13th STREET NORTH OF EUCLID CLEVELAND I f 1 T f f 1 f ?