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MEDINA, OHIO, JUNE 18, 1920
PAGE FIVE THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PERSONALS "Miss Ruth E. Hoddinott of Medina, student of the Baldwin-Wallace col lege at Berea, who graduates next week, has the signal honor of having been named president of the senior class. Miss Hoddinott is a remark ably eleven young lady with a host of friends here who share her joy at the distinction. Miss Nina Cole is spending a month with Miss Rujth Hulburt at St. Ignace, Mich. , , Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Calvert and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bryant attended the wedding of Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Martin of Oberhn College, to Mr. Allen Rood, at the second Congregational Church in Ob erlin, Thursday. Miss Josephine Steinhoff, niece of Mrs. J. F. Berger and Mrs. Laura Chapin, will sail next week for Japan, where she will spend a year making her home with Miss Cole, of Oberlin, who is a missionary there. The Junior Guild of St. Paul's Church were entertained Monday evening at the home of Miss Katherine Shane. . Anrtouncement is made of the mar riage of Miss Helen Ecker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ecker to Mr. Der Win Nettleton, son of Mrs. L. J. Donaldson, last Thursday evening at the bride's home. Rev. W. J. Drew performed the ceremony in the pre sence of the immediate families. The New Century Club will have a picnic supper this evening at the home of Mrs. A. W. Beach, E. Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sursher and daughter who have spent the past winter in Nebraska, have returned to Medina. Dr. W. A. Nichols accompanied by Dr. V. Barnes of Cleveland, is on a fishing trip in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Hippensteel of Akron, spent Sunday at the R. O. Wheeler home. Miss Huldah Ribbeck of Cleveland spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Wheeler. Miss Henrietta Harper of Selma, Ala. is the guest of Miss Katherine Hemmeter. Mrs. Elizabeth Schlabach who has spent the past three months with her son Lieut. R. P. Schlabach in Wash ington, D. C. returned to Medina, Wednesday to spend the summer with her son Mr. M. E. Schlabach and family. Mme. Sarroa, Cleveland sculptress, Dr. Clara Clendon, Miss Nellie Clen don and Miss Gardner also of Cleve land were guests last week of Dr. J. R. Gleason. Mrs. Edgar Conditt and Miss Ida Woodbridge of Daytona, Fla. have moved to Medina for the summer, tak ing rooms with Miss Suzan Alden. The Bachelors' Club gave a fare well party Monday evening to Mr. C. M. England formerly local manager of the Ohio Gas and Electric Co. who is locating in Norwalk 0. and Mr. Brown, school teacher here who goes to Ohio State University to attend Summer school. Mr. Leland Wood has accepted a position at the Medina Post Office. Mrs. Blake Hendrickson who has been spending the past three months with her daughter Mrs. A. C. Ran dolph in Atlanta, Ga., returned home l&st week. Miss Dale Coons of Lakewood is the guest of Miss Helen MeDowell. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore and son Brayton will go to Marion Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dressier. Charles Greisinger who has been at tending school at the University of Pennsylvania,- returned home last Fri day, for the summer. Dr. R. A. Brintnall motored to Nottingham Sunday to visit friends and, incidentally, had a good swim in Lake Erie. Mr. Charles Huffman and Carl Fenn, have returned from California. Mr. R. R. Strong who has been con fined to his home the past two weeks, is convalesing. Dorothy and Maxine Gates of Akron visited their grandmother, Mrs. Cath erine Gates, the past week. Percy Fenn has been accepted as a regular city carrier in Medina, by the Post Office Department. Mrs. R. P. Schlabach and son, Junior, of Washington, D. C. are ex pected to-morrow to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hobart. W. V. Newberry and wife, Lawrence Nowdornr wife and son. Lawrence Jr., of Creston, and Ed' Newberry, wife and baby, of Kittman were aunaay visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George McNeal. Ed Gibbs was at Hiram Monday and Tuesday attending the graduating exercises. Ed's brother, Earl, was ATip nf those who received a dinloma. F. Leland Wood, who has been working for the Medina Laundry, will soon return to his old position of clerk in the local post office. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Nar- f wood, O, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bradway. Dawson Longacre left Wednesday morning for Cedar Point, Ohio where he is attending the three days con vention of Funeral Directors ana Embalmers Association. He is mak ing the trip in his car. Rev. R. K. Caulk was in Cleveland Saturday to conduct the funeral ser vice of Mrs. Dr. W. A. Timms. Sam Brainard, genial secretary of the Kiwanis Club, was in Cleveland Sunday. Dr. R. G. Strong will leave Monday for a week's trip to New York state to visit relatives. Miss Fionie Bessey of Cleveland is visiting Medina friends, coming to at tend the Alumni banquet. Miss Helen Hobart who has been teaching in Sandusky the past year will leave Sunday for New York City where she will study voice this sum mer. Mrs. D. C. Babcock entertained a neighborhood party Tuesday arter noon. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Clark is ill with pneumonia. Elva Swartz who is living with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colburn on W. Liber ty St., stumbled and fell recently while at Chippewa Lake, breaking her left arm. This is the second time she has had her arm broken having just recovered from a fall while roller skating. Rev W. J. Hawthorne of Hammond, Ind. visited in Medina the past week. Rev. W. H. Bryenton was appointed aviNCS Deposit BanKCo jn MEDINA,OHIO VJ ON SAVINGS Under State Supervision IT IS SAFER to bank your money than to carry it about. If you live at a distance from town, it is easy to forward any amount to us by mail, for deposit in our Savings or Checking department. Payment by check precludes any difficulty about, change ensures a complete record of all transactions, is an economy of time, and eliminates risk. We shall be pleased to talk the mat ter over with you when you are next in Medina. 4 PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS jjn -W While White Lead has been very scarce, we have every reason to believe that we will have plenty in a very sjiort time, we have at all times a good stock of Pure Linseed oil, Pure Spirits of Turpentine, colors and driers. A large stock of S. W. P. Paint which has been the "Standard for 50 Years," for your trim or body colors. Do not neglect your buildings as you are only putting off the evil day and making more expense for yourself. We will be very glad to furnish you with in formation and estimates, and remember we have a complete Paint stock to choose from-. OATMAN'S HARDWARE visitor to Baldwin-Wallace College by the North East Ohio Conference and is attending Commencement exercises there this week. Henry Orlo Waggamon of Rittman and Mrs. Ina Dravenstott of Seville were married June 12 at the M. E. parsonage by Rev. W. H. Bryenton. Dr. Glenn Mummaw, optometrist and optician, of this city, will open a branch office in the Old Arcade in Cleveland, July 1. Dr. Mummaw will still retain his offices here and will be in Medina on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. S. II. Brainard left Wednesday for Colorado Springs, Colo. Upon his re turn next week, he will be accompan ied by his sister, Edna, who will again reside here. Harvey Meyers, prominent attorney of Seattle, Washington, brother of Mrs. J. E. Koons of this city, stopped off here this week to visit, on his way home irom Chicago where he was a delegate to the republican convention. Mr. Meyers left here about 27 years ago. He formerly lived in Homer township west of Lodi. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Esther Rodisel to Mr. Arthur Arheit, of Sandusky. Miss Rodisel being well known here being a sister of Mrs. Howard Leister. Judge Will Schlechty spent the week end with his son at Bellview. His son, Earl, is one of the owners of the Newton-Livingston Dramatic Com pany which opened the season in Me dina recently. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Tubbs are spending the week with their oldest son, Edgar, at Toledo. Walter Koons and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. . Koons and Mr and Mrs. Fred Koons attended the Blake Koons wedding at Akron this Thurs day. J. Blake Koons, formerly of this city and now connected with the Springfield Dairy Products Co. of that city and Miss Hazel Virginia Knight, formerly of Burbank were married Thursday afternoon of this week at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Wright ,at Akron. Only a few friends and relatives were invited. After the honeymoon, the couple will be at home in Springfield. Miss Knight has been acting as teacher in the Akron schools. Mr. Koons is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Koons of this city. Mrs. Abe Sherman visited in Cleve land Tuesday. Violet Pelton of this city and Mar tha Stebbins of Brunswick took part in the annual recital of the B. W. C. at Berea Monday evening. Mr and Mrs. Larl Bechtel and child of Detroit are visiting at the H. Schuler home. , Rev. Watson and wife visited their son this week at Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. Welton Ferriman re turned from their wedding trip Tues day evening. Charles Griesinger will attend a re union of the organization with which he served over-seas during the Wor'd War, at Ann Arbor, Mich., the latter part of the week. Bert Wilson well known barber is back in Medina. Rev. A. Irwin, Frank Eastwood and Karl Lutz, are delegates to the North em Baptist convention at Buffalo, N. Y. next week. Mrs. Will Kingsbury of North Court street was operated on at the hospital in Elyria Monday and is reported very low. SPECIAL- SHOE SALE June t0 July Right now just before the fourth prices sharply re duced on all Summer Footwear right at the beginning of the low shoe season buy your whole summer's supply and save a lot of money. Men's Low Shoes worth up to $10 now $8.00 Men's Low Shoes worth ud to $8 now $6.00. Any Style Any Color Any Size All New. Women's Black Brown Oxfords Pumps or Ties $9.00 kind $8.50 kind $6.50 kind GRIESINGERS Now $8.50. Now $6.80 Now $4.90. WALK-OVER SHOP. LOCAL BRIEFS The Warner-Hemmeter Co. The Quality Store JUNE SPECIALS It is not our intention to everlastingly harp on one string, but nevertheless, we desire to call your attention to the fact that we are offering some very liberal price reductions on many lines of sea sonable merchandise an offering that you will J. E. Thatcher of the Medina Manu facturing Company, says that the con cern will probably be manufacturing completed coils within the next few days. Nine girls are now engaged in the assembling department under the supervision of R. D. Fildes. Material is somewhat slow in arriving but, once this is received, accumulated or ders will be filled as rapidly as pos sible. J. A. Broward, prominent resident of Spencer Community, was here Monday attending to business mat ters. Lewis H. Randall and wife returned last week from New York where Mr. Randall went to attend an anniver sary convention of the New York Life T. ". j? 1. nr. T 1.11 uihuiuiice vjo. ui wnicn an. nanaan, n , ... In is local agent. The trip was in the appreciate if you have been waiting lor a cnance nature of a reward for Mr. Randall i. i i f n-f-fnvA f rv who wrote and paid for the greatest , to save money one that you cannot aiiora to ZLLlu Every item offered is fully up to the high in this field. Uf onrlo vrl nf iralno wa ahxravR maintain! it IS llOt 2l collection of cheap goods bought for the purpose of price-cutting, but the remainder of the superior stock of merchandise we purchased at the begin nintr of the season for our regular trade. As our J. Winter of Poe has ordered aLOlifY hoc Voori envnviain C.V PTnfl thftrft are but Chevrolet car from Gibbs & Co. Will ""'5 "- . ? T i Beck made the sale. limited quantities in most lines, but 11 you care to theEctrtmeFncemebnt SSJSf JffiS own goods of quality at radical reductions, come this week- I and make your selections before the best 01 our Miss Mabel Deible of Brunswick! motored to Hiram this week to attend OliermgS are gOne. thZ of wlfiWk of this1 WOMEN'S SUITS-Every suit in stock-all of uraTdf hrMuratX! of BmSmI16 l568 m6rs tricotme, men s wear serge tor confined J bed.8, e 18 and other fashionable materials neatly tailored The Warner-Hemmeter Co. are of fering some very attractive bathing suits. This store always has neat window trimming, suggestive of the very latest. Mrs. E. B. Wilkins of Brunswick, visited friends here Saturday. I The switch at the south side of the 1 1.1.. j 1 nl.r, ninr Wlno Klonlr Southwestern station has been relo- iaSniOIiaUiy irilllllieu. V.U1U1S, uavjf uiuc, cated, now being on the north side of y.L-ip fnllr,p and a fpw TlOVPltieS the building. This arrangement was lOOKie, taupe dllU d 1KW IlUVCltiCD. made necessary in order that the pav- j "2 ! WOMEN'S COATS-Of the most favored regular traffic. . 1 nfl m1n,,0 Vnn will hp SUVA fcn fin ( SOTTie JL J LA. V 111 v. utu v w " JUNE PRICE 1-5 to 1-2 OFF. REWARD: For information lead ing to the return of "Foxie," dark brindle female Boston bull dog. Strayed or stolen Wed., June 16 R. M. Long, 515 Blake AveIedina Ohio. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the Congregational Church, K. of P. Lodge and friends for the flowers, cards and letters sent me during my recent illness. Ml!a. JOHN IMUAKSUIN 43-lp. HAY SALE: At auction June 22 at 1:30 p. m., 51 acres of Timothy 9 acres clover. Terms made known day of sale. Caroline Bidle. , 431pd ma- enopinl pay in rhmw nf JntlYI LtJl lfctiS ClllUCUlUlB. Beck, took 47 Medinfutes to the choral thing you like if you come before the most attrac- union concert of the B. W. B. at Berea , Saturday evening to hear "Chimes of tive ones are gone. Buy a coat now ana oe reaoy NoTheaGdyA. r. and w. r. c. enjoyed for cool days that are apt to come at any time Knof &SrSSuSS you will have practically a whole season wear but F1sSDaY- . . , . , . a small price. The principal present for graduates tttattti r-DTT7' 1 C 4- 1 O fT?T? this year, appears to be wrist watches, JUNE PRICE 1-5 to 1"Z 01 V . many of which have been sold lately, OTT TZ TPT?nPT7Q H-F nvrrnff a fYono-rlp-r.hinP say local jewelers. 1 01uxvx .Lvv7vyj.vkj uiuigviw, viv, v ciSfS SSgJSSJtJ Satin and Taffeta. Surely you will need a gown of the convention held in Wellington, this kmf hP.TOVP. thft Slimmer IS OVei' IOr It Will De The Saturday night band concerts serviceable and will last well into the f aliV a won- are proving very popular. Many ot the farmers drive in especially for those occasions. The O. C. Shepard store has added novelty to its regular "chicken win dow" by the introduction of a large number of White Pekin ducklings. They were selling Saturday for forty cents each. More than $500 worth of fireworks has been purchased by the Legion for its celebration July 5 at Chippewa Lake Park. NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the Seville Board of Education for the transportation of pupils from the part of Seville special district known as district No. 7 for the term of school of 1920-1921. Bids must be in the hands of the Board by 12 o'clock Saturday July 3rd, 1920. By order of the Board of Education W. E. Coolman 42-3 Clerk. HORSE KILLED WHEN WIRES BREAK DOWN The high tension wires between stops 2 and 3, just this side of West Park, came down Wednesday morn ing during the storm, breaking about 20 of the poles. A horse was struck by the wires and instantly killed by the shock, the driv er not being touched. Temporary poles were immediately erected and little delay in traffic was experienced. SUES FOR DIVORCE Elmira B. Flath nas brought suit for divorce against Leonard J. Flath, alleging gross neglect of duty and failure to Drovide. They were mar ried Fehruarv 1916 at Doylestown and went ti live with Flath's mother. He went with other women, says Mrs. Flath, and failed to provide tor their 4-year-old boy. He left three years ago, she alleges ana prays divorce, alimony and custody of the child. Complaints have been made that the water at Lodi is short in both quality and quantity and it may be that larger and better equipment in the waterworks department will be needed. Lodi lias a water rate of 25 cent per 100. Willis Horn of Orrville is out for prosecuting attorney of Wayne county. derfully good investment. Popular colors plain and figured. JUNE PRICE 10 per cent to 20 per cent OFF. COSTUME BLOUSES One special group of Georgette and Crepe-de-Chine Blouses, not more than one or two of a kind that formerly sold from $6.50 to $8.00 now specially priced. You will need one or more to wear with your suit or your silk skirt. JUNE PRICE $5.95. VOILE and BATISTE BLOUSES Perhaps you still call them "shirt waists." We have group of white and colored blouses that were $2.00. Your choice now at JUNE PRICE $1.19. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Corset Covers, Drawers and Nightgowns slightly soiled and counter-tossed, formerly sold from 50 cents to $4.00, now at JUNE PRICE 1-3 to 1-2 OFF. SEPARATE SKIRTS Every skirt we have in stock at JUNE PRICE 1-3 to 1-5 OFF. WASH DRESSES A few ginghams, voile and organdie dresses carried over from last season at JUNE PRICE 1-5 to 1-3 OFF. The Warner-Hemmeter Co.