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THE MEDINA SENTINEL
VOLUME THIRTY-SIX MEDINA, OHIO, FRIDAY, July 23, 1920 No. 43 ARMISTICE DAY TO BE OBSERVED Draw your Victory Medals through The American Leirion and share in the greatest celebhation of the year and likely for many years to come which will mark the formal presenta- tion of these badges of honor in every city, and town in the United States and in nineteen insular nossessions and foreign lands at Armistice hour up on the north and south side of West I Kiwanis Club, the organization that on Armistice Day. , , Liberty street announcing "No Park- started this movement had word this Post Commanders are empowered to g", which were all but being ignor-iweek from the railroad officials that receive official applications for the ed Tuesday afternoon, whether the they could not extend the route of the Y, M. Post c. o.'s may obtain sufficl- motorists were unable to read or did cars now, because of the poor condi ent of these forms to supply one to not believe in signs is not known, any-1 tion of the road bed, but as soon as every ex-service man woman or sur- way several cars drew up and were i the road bed was fixed they would con vivor thereof in the community . All ex-service men whether mem- bers of the Legion or not, are en-1 titled to make their application thru any post they may select. In a bulle-j tin which, has been sent from Nation- al Headquarters to all state depart- ments announcing the plan, posts are urged to furnish typewriters since it is specified that applications must be ! typewritten and the free service of a notary. This will do away with a lot vehicle of any kind are asked to ob of trouble and some, expense, about serve them. which there has been wirespred com-1 plaint. In every case the original of I HPAI RCH PPftCC discharge certificates, or if there is no LUuHL IlLU wltUOO original, a certified copy, must be ex hibited by the applicant. Unless otherwise specified all med als applied for thru Legion channels will be delivered to the Commander of the post thru which the application is made, and retained there until the formal presentation. Men who have alredy made their ap plications may turn their medals in, when they get them, to any post head quarters, and thus participate in the ceremonies on Armistice Day . The National Headquarters Bulletin lon this line, and has already es suggests that especial attention betablished herself as a most helpful shown to the relatives of men who and neccessary addition to our corn died in the service. jmunity life. The first and most important step! That activities of Red Cross are in the program is for all Port Com-i increasing rather than diminishing, manders to procure the necessary ap-,d tHlfc its usefulness constantly plication forms. ! grows is made evident by the appoint If you served only in the United ment of W person than our own States, you will get a plain ribbon. Dr. Jn McDowell a former Medina and medal without clasps or stars. jman as Health Director of the Lake If you landed in France but did not j Division, see action, you will get a medal and Lte Division News issues the fol ribbon with a "France clasp" a nar-lowin: row bar, with the name of the country! Dr. John R. McPowell come to the on it, across the ribbon. Likewise, , Lake Division staff, July 1st, as di there are bars for England, France, rector of the newly-organized Depart and Russia, for those who served in ment of Health Service. ai j. i j I wiese countries wraiout gemng into: action ,' If vou took nart in battle or served you iook pari in Dan e or served in a defensive sector, you wi 1 receive a clasp, like the "French clasp" but in-i , scribed with the name of the battle or the defensive sector. You will receive 1 a "battle clasp" for each battle in which you took part. If you Were cited for bravery but , did not receive a D. S. C. or Medal of Honor, you will get 4 silver star to be! worn' above the clasps. A separate silver star will be given for each cita- tion of this character. John Moore Commander of the cal post of the American Legion, has not, so far received any word to this , effect, neither has he any blanks to be filled out by ex-service men. The mat ter will be taken up in a few days I and announcement made to all ex-soldiers, sailors and marines whether me mbers of Courtney Lawrence Post No. 202, or not. MOSER BRYENTON A quiet and pretty wedding took place at the home oTSRev. and Mrs. W. H. Bryenton, 514 South Court St., at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, July 17, when their daughter, Miss Winifred WT- and Mr Victor H Moser of Orrville !church Guilford, three hundred mour- 0., were unite'd in marriage J thejners attended' one of e larest fun" bride's father, in, the presence of the ever held in the county. Intern - : j. A. ' j,- . u. u Iment in Wadsworth cemetery. He is ' 7 i tastefully decorated with pink and white flowers, the happy couple stand ing in front of an embankment of white and pink roses, and ferns in terspersed with bridal wreath. The im presive nng ceremony was used. Miss Lois Geiger, niece of the groom, was ring bearer. The bride was neatly at tired in white organdie and carried a . , i , t j- 1 I ... j. m. : , . . J. T ' i I MM LTr-flflin u u irruiniuru fl 1 imii vnr- li dim TTniimi't'Uir A An (is nnrl for the east two vears has been in. structor in the Orrville High School. 41 i i u a dinir dinner was served Mr and Mrs ' ' J-"""""""' ' '6" ,bo, me umu ucmB iu uuuul ui.iu Moser left for a wedding trip to New i86" 3'pTetanusl: Hemmorhage of jthe very last inning The Root Co. York and Canada. They will be ati18 1 ' Purpura hemorraaca 1 ajteam hav games scheduled for every v. - Lu-. i0 , Cancer 1. Saturday until the 28th of August. home to their friends, Sept. 1st, at North Vine St.i( Orrville, 0., where Mr. Moser is engaged at the firm of J. M. Smucker. A post card shower was given Fred Beck who celebrated his 84th birth - day anniversary last Friday. CORNER AT POSTOFFICE IS MADE SAFE The post office corner, the scene of a serious accident not long ago, when Mrs. William Carston was knocked down and fatally injured has had Paths marked off with white (paint in an elfort to Keep preaestnans irom cutting across the corner, thus mini- mizing the chances for more seriou accident. Arrows have also been paint i ed to guide motorists on this busy cor ned. .New stanaarasnave Deep pui left in front of the Steingass and Brad; way meat market as of old. This is one of the busiest corners in Medina, as far as traffic goes and i people should help authorities as farj as is in their power by crossing the street wherever the white jainted strips indicate and altho the new stan dards are very pretty being green and white, they were not (put up for decora ting purposes and everyone driving a j ASSISTS IN CLINICS The announcement of the opening of a "Baby CUmc" in Medina should!ed to the country W W Physician asve Pf inougnnui consioeruuon oi.iuesauy oi iasi wee on account oi every one interested in child welfare. ! Medina county, infant mortality is far too great for the population. , Miss Hanna, our Red Cross Health J Nurse, who will be in charge of the clinic, has had most valuable, expenren HTVio now HiivipnT ic wo 11 miiili fii-.- i " - "" --"""- Beck is chairman, met and considered to carry on this newest phase of Red . . i 1 ' , . i a j x j. xv. j- i accepting Mr. Goodale s resignation. Cross work. A -graduate of the medi-:. r " . . I They were unanimous m refusing to cal department at Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Dr. McDowell j "JSP " and instead ottered Mr. served his internship at Lakeside hos Godal ar &s ln BffV of ?300; pitaV Cleveland. Later he prac- " J 5?" ? f tised medicine and then became direc'?1 tfe West SM Church of Christ tor of the Division of Public Health !in J"J and4 the congregaion im- Education and Tuberculosis of theimedia1ly. extended m CB?,to Ohio State Department of Health. !come their -pastor- Mr- 000(1816 ?as After two years of Army Service Dr.lnot.glven ftem a def")lte answer McDowell was made director of the;having matter BhU under consid Division of Hygiene of the Ohio State Health Department. From that posi- lo-'tion he joins the Red Cross, The Department of Health Service will promote the establishment of Health Centers and the distribution of Health Litrature. The Bureau of First Aid will also become a unit of this department. In a short time the Director will have preliminary plans formulated for introducing Health Service to Lake Division chapters. MR. JERRY LOEHR DIES SUNDAY AFTERNOON Mr. Jerry Loehr, 70 vear old far- mer of Blake, died at Ms home at that place Sunday afternoon. Funer - 1 i 1. i j r V i v l survived by one daughter, Mrs. Krei - der of Blake and three brothers, Ben Frank and Jake all of Guilford. TWENTY FOUR DEATHS DURING MONTH OF JUNE The report of Vital Statistice for June, as given out by County Health VX11M31, AV. ATI. J-'lllf IKlll ItWlUJ) births and twenty-four deaths in the 1 county during the month The diseases causing the twenty-four deaths were Eea dlseRje, 6 ' "V?1? A4; !moma 2; Malnutrition 1; Ac Pneu- Accidental 1- Komlitir 9 TT.mrtli cm 1 TJv.'n-lifc Mr. C. E. Smoyer, candidate for Congress on the Republican ticket will address1 the Kiwanis club at their weekly' luncheon in the Church of Chrust dining room Friday, Mr. Geo. C. Fraaier, Clerk of Courts will give the attendance prize. , GASOLINE CAR STILL UNCERTAIN Officials of the Northern Ohio Rail road, to whom a petition was forwat aea, some time ago, trom the busi- ness men of Medina, asking that the runs of the gasoline cars on that line be extended to Medina has received consideration. mr. am jarainara, secretary of the sider running the cars to Medina, if, the traffic was great enough to war rant it. Four trips would be made daily between here and Akron to start with, One of the cars recently made a trip from Akron to St. Louis and on the return trip became disabled for a short time here. This trip was made as an experiment, s DEATH OF WELL KNOWN RESIDENT George Abbey, well known Medina county man who has, for the past two years been living in Cleveland, died at the home of Levi Stone in Mallet Creek Thursday afternoon of last week at the age of 57 years. Mr. Abbey until two years ago was a resident of Medina, he was order- his failing helath and was living with Mr. Stone in Mallet Creek when death came. He had been sick for a long time. Funeral services were held from Koblers Undertaking rooms in Cleve land Saturday afternoon. He is sur vived by nis widow and one daughter Mrs. E. M. Mouck of Muncie Ind. REV. GOODALE HAS NOT DECIDED YET Rev. V. S. Goodale, pastor of the Church of Christ, who tendered his resignation about two weeks ago and gave no definite reasons for resign ing then, nor has he since, except his statement that a change of pastors might be a good thing for the church, is still undecided what course to take. The official board, of which Will eration. I CHAUTAUQUA WEEK IN ' MEDINA AUGUST 14 TO 20 Chautauqua week will be in Medina the seven days from August 14th to the 20th inclusive. Tickets this year for the entire week will be priced at $2.75 for adults and $1.38 for the chil j dren, this includes the war tax The program is of great variety and it.altps in fivervthinir from musical art to comedy plays. Among the attrac-i tions for the week will appear the following: "It Pays to Advertise", a three act comedy; Dunbar's Koyal J Dragoons, a brass band and singing 1 comedians; three Metropolitan stars HySLTETi V aT WfcS a British diplomat, Sir John Foster ,afer; a "onoloist and story teller 1 Adrian M. Newmans; the Great Lakes string quartet, Detective Harry J. v 4-Vi n nAAAviH Hair -F V-i r nh a nf annua i Loose, New York opera singers, Dr. ! Robert MacGowan and several other i bills of like entertainment. The week s program will wind up with a child ren's pageant on the last day. In ad dition to the regular program there will be the usual morning hour lectur ers. The ball game played last Saturday j between the A. I. Root Co., team and a team from Mallet Creek ended in a ,11 to 10 score in favor of the local team. This was one of the most ex- citing games played so far this sea- AlA 1.1: ,I.,1, Tomorrow they play Seville either on their own ground, or in the event it is too -wet they will use the diamond at the fair grounds.' These games are so well attended that the 'Company is formulating yells and hereafter thejbe shipped to New York in time for home crowd will be led by a cheer leader. NORTH COURT ST. I TO BE FINISHED Things are picking up a bit on N. Court street and it does begin to look as if the street might be paved, be fore Will Smith's harangue to Coun cil there really wasn't that much hope. The City Solicitor served notice on Contractor Kellogg, either to get material and men on the job within ten days or forefeit the contract en tirely. Mr. Kellog will no doubt heed this warning, but in cdse he does not and the job is at a standstill at the end of the ten days period, the finish ing of the paving will be handed overactive quotas in the financial cam to the Local contractors, Mellert andjpaign and Brunswick, and Litchfield weianer. The Cleveland Southwestern line has had men laying track and making excavations for the past ten days and with the completion of paved roads from Medina to Cleveland.with the ex- vywui. wj. UUO CJCBUre, H 1UUK.S gOOU PnnfiAn 4-X r. Si. 1 1- J w jscc idie suum in me matter mat they do. CAMPMEETING AT SHARON STARTS TODAY The twenty-first annual session at the Sharon Campmeeting will start today and continue to August 1st. As in the past the officers have gone to a lot of work to secure exceptional tal ent for this meeting and the follow ing partial list of speakers indicates that their work has not been in vain. The speakers will be Dr M. Vayin-jCrile ger, u. D., president of Taylor Uni versity, Upland, Ind., who was one of the Camp's speakers in 1914. Dr. Vayinger is a strong intellectual teacher and preacher and will bring his hearers an inspiring message. Evangelist Rolla Wise, who was with the camp last year, will be pre sent as will also Mrs. S. W. Eddy; both are well known. for their help ful messages. On Sunday afternoon, July 25, S. E. Polovania, an Austr ian, will relate the wonderful story rof his life. The music will be in charge of Freese and Watkin, who yere present last year and proved without peer, not only in song, but in a, round work as well. The following officer have charge and will be glad to give you any fur ther information you desire concern ing the campmeeting. D. P. Fulmer, pres., South Euclide, 0., Rev. A. H. Perry, sec'y., Trinway, 0., E. P. Am erman, treas., Sharon Center, 0., v. pres's. Rev. H. W. Hales, Rev. W. E. Hopkins, 0. L. Robinson, G. E. Twin ing, J. W. Ross; trustees, B. H. Bax ter, A. Wall, R. W.Raw, J. M. Alder fer and W. E. Chrisman. PRICE COMMISSION IN THE COUNTY The Fait Price Commission of Me dina county, composed of Wm. Bolick, chairman, Mr. Brennaman, represent ing retail merchants; Mrs. T. Finch rep resenting housewives, Mr. Abbott, rep resenting farmers and Mr. D. E. Stral ton, representing labor, appointed by Fair Price Commissioner of Ohio, Mr. John Pfeifer, are ready to hear com plains of unjust charges anyone may care to make. Following is the mem oranda sent out by Mr. Bolick, the chairman, to guide those writing him concerning excessive etiarges. The duties of the commission is to receive complaints from citizens, what they consider unjust charges for neces sities. Make a thorough investiga tion and if complaint is found justi fied, refer it to United States District Attorney. .If any merchant is found to be pro fiteering the Commission will call him before them, advising of their charges and findings and if he continues after being warned extreme action will be taken. In filing complaints, the public will be guided as follows. Send all complaints to Wm. Bolick, Chairman of Fair Price Commission of Medina county, Wadsworth, Ohio. State plainly your complaint. Name of firm complained of, Articles bought, Amount paid for same, Date purchased Sign your full name, address and oc cupation. No attention will be given unsigned hearsay complaints. The Com ission may call complainants before' aiem. No complaints will be made public. - PLEA FOP ARMENIANS The Near Eeast Relief, the offici- al organization for Armenian relief is holding an old clothes campaign and the public is asked to turn in all- od clothes that still contain warmth and wear, to the local headquarters at the Red Cross rooms, Gazette block, as soon as possible that the same may them to reach Armenia before the win tor season. , MR. BARNSACCEPTS CALL TO MED Word has been received by the coun ty committee of the Y. M C. A. in Medina to the effect that E. W. Bar nes wW was called to the secretary ship here has accepted the work and that he will be ready to start in on September first. He and Mrs. Barnes with their young son are at present on the farm for the summer with his parents in Vermont! Mr. Barnes closed his work as boys work secre tary of the Y. M. C. A. at Lancing Michigan, July 1st so as to have two months on the farm before taking o ther employment. Lodi, Medina, LeRoy and Seville, thave already over subscribed their res- have raised more up to this time than they have ever before given to the work of the Y. M. C. A. in the county. The quotas for the towns of Sharon Montville, and Granger have been guaranteed and will be in hand within a few (J'ayg The committee feel that the budget of $4500 which is neces sary to maKe the work ot the year a success is well in sight. No effort is being made to put on a house to house canvas. Only the per sons who are known to be most inter ested are being asked and the subscri ptions received are a a rule from two to ten times as large as usual ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Dr nnrl lWrl W TV Wiaa onl cati of Akron ,eft Wednesday for a month's visit in California. ing from Seville this week. Mr. Huff man has accepted a position with the foundry here Mr. Charles Griesinger and Miss Mildred House will be entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. More land House of Lafayette. Miss Rebecca Schlechty was a guest at a house party at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlechty's home in Lafayette Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Welton Ferriman en tertained Misses Marjorie Kindig and Alice Best and Mr. Bryan Case of Ak ton and Mr. Aca Dean at six o'clock dinner Friday evening. The breaking down of a transform er Sunday afternoon compelled Liberty street current users to resort to the old-fashioned lamps and candles. The break was repaired Monday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Selkirk of Sandusky is visiting her aunt Miss Susan Aldon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bishopric of Los Angeles arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Bishoprics sister, Mrs. W. P. Ains worth. Mr. Bishopric returned this week while Mrs. Bishopric will spend the month here.' Mr. and Mrs. Burnison spent Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Wright. Mr. Willis Leach and family of Chi cago are visiting his mother, Mrs. Maggie Leach, making the trip by au to.. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berry and son Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rounds of Lakewood spent the week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. T. G. An drews. Amherst Spitzer. is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newton at their summer home on Lake Erie. Misses Elizabeth Spitzer and Kath erine Rowe are guests this week of the Misses Beatrice Longacre ana i it ii i' i nn in iiiuii u i Ctl i in . r J 1 1 1 1 1 i.t 1 1 ity Club grounds. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dannley are spending two weeks with relatives at Pine1 Grove, Pa., Miss May Thatcher of Cleveland spent the week-end with Medina rela tives. Miss Thatcher who is employ ed in the R. R. department of the Y. M. C. A. expects to be transferred to the Chicago offices soon. Mrs. Sadie Steeb and Miss Jessie Shepard spent the week end at the McClure cottage at Chippewa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jne Merges and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dietrick of Lorain will spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koons. Mrs. Walter Koons class of the U. B. S. of the Congregational church will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. Hary Clark on the Lafayette Rd. Those from out of town who attend ed the Nichols Longacre wedding on last Wednesday were: Mr. and Mrs. Grant Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will iamson and Mr. and Mrs. Gail Jacobs of Cheslerland. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Freeman of Akron, Ixr. and Mrs. A. H. Van Valkenburgh and daughter Marjorie, Misses Marguerite and Dora thy Van Valkenbureh and Mr. Hue-h Beatie of -Chagrin Falls, Mrs. Charles Cowen of Bedford, Mrs. A. R. O'Dell and daughter Liona; Mr. and Mrs. Hylas Janes and daughters Mary and Elsie and Andrew James, .Dr. Horace Van Valkenburgh and Miss Olive Bene 'diet from Cleveland, losses Portia Kauffman of Ashland, Dr. and Mrs. Elliott of Lodi and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Waters and family of Welling- ton. NTA lip B. ULERY TO BE NEW SUPERINTENDENT Mr. C. B. Ulery, district and assist ant County Superintendent of school of Marion county, was chosen by Wis County Board of Education at the ir meeting last Saturday evening, froi i a long list of applicants, to succeed 1). W. Pearce as County Superintendent of Medina county. Mr. Ulery will bt -gin his new duties, August 1st. H salary has been fixed at $3200.00 pi year with $300 additional for traveling expenses. Mrs. Ulery is 32 years of age, a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan Universii ' Delaware Ohio, and has had ten yeai i of public school experience, consistin r of two years in rural schools before i tering college, one year as an instru. tor in Galion high school, two years 1 1 Prospect, Marion county as superin tendent of the village schools, tvm years as superintendent of Tully Tow u ship Ceutralized schools, Martel an! three years as assistant County Sup erintendent, Marion county. He is at present direct supervisor over all tfc 1 schools in the Marion county distri :t which includes twelve centralized an ! village schools, eight first grade, or. second grade and two third gran high schools, besides forty-five or. room schools. This large number or schools brings one hundred and thirty teachers under him. Mr. Ulery comes very highly reco mmended, Vernon M. Riegel, Supei -intendent of Public Instruction fo the State of Ohio, J. P. Robinson, Prt a ident of Board of Education of Ma: -ion county and W. R. Heistand, Coun ty School SuperintendentMarion Cou i ty all spoke highly of Mr. Ulery' i ability in letters to the Medina County Board. Mr. Ulery has always been activ ; Jin community and church activities wherever his protession has take:i wherevere his profession has taken him and is always ready to ally him self with organizations that will as sist him in furthering his chosen work. In coming to this new field he will re ceive the hearty cooperation of all in maintaining and enlarging the splendi 1 work of the retiring superintenden' . It is with reluctance and regret thai the Marion County Board of Educa tion allow Mr. Ulery to go, but they are proud to help a man ofj his prove i ability to larger fields. s FULL QUOTA OF TEACHERS HIRE. Despite the many resignations or' teachers from Medina's schools at tho end of the last school year, the Boar I of Education have now a full quot i of teachers to start the fall term i.i September. Following are the teach ers who will start in our schools: High school ; Minnie Schafer, Alfn ( Rader, Florence Phillips, Ruth Wi ght, Helen Drew, Grace Rice, Fre 1 Wagner and H. T. Barnes; Lincoii building, Ella Canavan, Gladys Har -ington, Ruth Dutt and Rosina DeLi; -le, Garfield building, Clara Wheatley Pearl Drake, Anna Riley, Lauretta Benedict, Laura Salisbury, Hallij Shaw and Miller Tubbs. VETERAN MAIL CARRIER PASSES TO HIS REWAR ) P. W. Foskett, veteran mail carrit :r of Medina, passed away at the hor. ? of his daughter, Mrs. I. O. Phinney i.i Lafayette, Thursday morning. M . Foskett was 73 years old and had bee l in failing health for some time, a stroke and a bad fall a short whi ; ago having a serious effect on him. Funeral services will be held fro i the Congregational church, in Medin i Saturday at 2:00 p. m. Rev. Drew of ficiating. RAIN DRIVES CROWD FROM CONCERT Several hundred people gathered to hear the third concert by the Commun ity Orchestra on Sunday afternoon, with Fred Bohley, baritone and Go -don Sherwood, boy cornetist. The threatening weather kept away hu"' jdreds that had planned' to attend. A tnree o ciock the concert Degan ar i was in full sway when the rain can i and the disappointed crowd hurried shelter Here once more our comh f auditorium would have came in go 1 play. The young cornetist made a li , with his first Qolos . nd it is with gre , pleasure that it is announced that c 1 August 1st, these same soloists w' 1 appear with the orchestra. Only pa of the crowd came in xm the collectk t but the amount wjis over $35.00. Tl orchestra rehearses weekly and ; planning some fine work for the r maining concerts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walling of To ledo are guests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A N. Robinson.