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Medina, Ohio, July 30, 1920.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL f'T" PAGE SEVEN IMIHt I'll MHMItllll II II I ! THE SEVILLE JOUKNAL MIM4Wl'llllllllltlIIIIIMIIlltllMllltWIIW'lM4'tt Our Sevillp hall team firot auite a ! W. G. Brumbaugh, Clarence Foster friend, Mildred Eicher trimming from the. A. I. Root team 'and Warren Clapp are in Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon of Ovid . on Thursday, Aug. 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Taylor were visiting friends in Barberton Wednes day, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roshon and child ren were visitors at the home of Mr. Roshon's sister, Mrs. William Hos mer, last week. A joint picnic of the Seville and' Sterling Maccabee Review will be held last Snturdav afternoon in Medina, fishinar this week. Oh you little nsn Mich., were guests ot Mr. ana Mrs the score being 22 to 8 in favor of the keep off the hook (big fish wanted) . Ed. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Root team. L. D. says wait until , Mrs. C. E. Swagler spent Wednesday Shook last week. August 7. See? 'of last week with her friend, Mrs. Bill " Mrs. William Thomas visited her Some talk of organizing a ball team Fisher, in Medina. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rex, in the Union Chain Mfg. Co. Quite a! Frank Brubaker and son George near Turkeyfoot Lake over the week bunch of young men are employed were among the Seville s folks who at- end Her parents have a 20-acre there now. t tended the carnival at Wooster Satur- hnpkl-hpr wamn anH gaturdav The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyter- day night. huckleberry swamp and on Saturday ian church will hold a food sale in Mrs. W. S. Showacre and guests, morning after she arrived there, she tlu. front window of R. D.. Armstrong's Miss Bessie Showacre and Mrs. Wat- went to the swamp and picked 26 Office on Saturday, July 31, beginning tera of Buffalo, N. Y:, spent a few quarts of fine berries and brought At 2 p. m. days last week in Cleveland visiting firs. Geo. Clevidence visited her friends, husband at St John's hospital, Cleve-, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Spice spent the land, last week Wednesday. She found him improving slowly. His broken leg has been put into a cast and he is able to sit up a little while. On her return she found that "goo aamaritans" had been in her cornfieli potato patch and garden and had weeded, hoed and cultivated, for which she is highly appreciative. These good Samaritans were her neighbors: Clyde Weaver, Grover Pease, A. J. Micheal, Billie Stout, Lou Zess, and Henrv Frazier. who was captain and furnished the lemonade while they worked. H. H. Kindig is carrying his right arm in a slinir. having torn the liga ments in his shoulder while unloading coal for the C. L. Matteson Co., where he is employed. He will be unable to work for some time. Mrs. James Brubaker attended the Brubaker reunion at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rev. Max Rafelt, in Navarre on Saturday, about 40 being present. ... . . - Miss Ida Saner is visitine her broth er, Dick Matteson and' wife of Adrian Mich., for a few weeks. Clyde Brotts and wife of Lakewood spent last Thursday and Friday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brotts. Sam Andrews of Wadsworth was in Seville Monday shouting for Warren G. Harding and C. L. Knight and posting their pictures. them home. Captain Don Wheeler and wife en tertained Mrs. Wheeler's father Thomas Kelly, and her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Ha for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I. Bostwick ana Miss Edith Matteson were Cleveland visitors Monday. The Union Chain and Mtg. uo are running night ana day to get out week end in Cleveland visiting Mr. Soke's sisters, the Misses Brown. Mrs. Clifford Morton and baby girl Brice and Mr. and Mrs. of Mansfield spent last week among man, all of Cleveland, fnends in Seville. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robertson of Cleveland spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas. Levy Suyder and son Holland were in Detroit last week for a visit with Mr. Snvder'a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendall mo- tneir rusn oraers. tored to Ceder Point Sunday for a Mr. and Mrs. L. H. day's outing. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wideman are spending a few weeks at Green Springs, Ohio. Mrs. Arthur Ulrich ana aaugnter La Vonne of Ashland spent Thursday with Mrs. Ulrich's sister, Mrs. Clyde Weaver. Mrs. Maynard of Greenwich, Ohio, spent the week-end at the Lowrie home. She is a sister of Mr. Lowrie. Miss Gladys and Cloice Burdge of Willard, Ohio, are spending a few weeks with their-uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith. Rev. C. R. Culbertson, of New Salem Sheldon of Shelby, 0., spent the week-end with Mrs. Sheldon's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith. Other guests at the Smith home for Sunday dinner were Mrs. Earnest Smith and son Glen, from Chippewa Lake. More weddings in Seville soon, so goes the report. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steele entertained the following guests last Sunday:Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steele, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Finley and daughter, Naomi.of Ashland, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Steele of Creston, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Pa., spent Thursday at the home of Lance and mother, cousins of Mrs. F. H. Eicher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rhorer spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eicher. Miss Dorothy Ruse, student at Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio, is spending a few days with her I THIS BANK FOR YOU We claim that this is the best Bank for you and we prove our claims by calling your attention to our six years of service to the people of Lodi and Medina county, our large Capital and Surplus of $115,00.00, our friendly and accommodating management, and our membership in THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. We are thus equipped in every way to render ex ceptionally efficient service and we do render it to every depositor whether the volume of business transacted is large or small. For your savings deposits we furnish absolute safety and pay 4 Compound Interest. The Lodi State Bank LODI, OHIO LODfS ROLL OF HONOR BANK E. P. Collins, President Jas. E. Waite, 2nd V. President C M Feteer, 1st V. President Albert Harris, Secretary j, m. rewwu, um a. Cashier J. Homer Fisher, Cashier m We Pay 5 On Savings Accounts if money remains 90 day? or longer. Merest begins the day your deposit is made and compounded twice a year. d PAID ON TWELVE-ldONTtt CERTIFICATES All deposits loaned on FIRST MORTGAGE ONLY, which makes money ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Why Not Start an Account NOW? The Medina County Savings and Loan Co. WADSWORTH, O. Steele, Arthur Steele and family and Floyd Steele and lamily were also with their parents Sunday. Mrs. Fred Overholt returned from Cleveland Saturday where she spent her vacation of two weeks among friends. Miss Harriette Stuff of Cleveland spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Emma Drushel. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Drushel of Wooster were also jailers at She Drushel home Sunday j lttmoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers and daughter Maxine and little Robert took in the K. of P. convention at Cleveland Wednesday. I Mrs. H. J. Hotchkiss of Ithaca, N. Y., is 1 visiting this week with her brother, Rev. A. R. Woodworth and family. Harry Hosmer took a trip to Niagra Falls on a ten days vacation. The correspondent has not been informed as to who went with him but we think it was his sweetheart. the Commander, Mrs. C. E. Swagler. on Pleasant street, under the beauti- lul shade trees. Come prepared to stay for dinner and supper and bring your plate, knife, fork, tea spoon, cup and sauce dish, and something to eat, of course. There will be somethinir doing that day. The sad news of the deth of Mrs. John Lechleitner came to the home of her brother, Will Cotton, on Monday morning. Mrs. Lechleitner died at the home of her son, Bert.on Sunday even ing aoout six o clock, in Spencer, this county, and the body brought to Se ville for burial on Wednesday after noon beside that of her husband, who preceded her to the great beyond sev eral years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lechleit ner formerly lived in Seville and were very active members of the Methodist Episcopal church and were greatly missed among their many friends when they moved to Spencer several years ago. Miss Iherese Frazier. emnloved in Akron, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frazier. Kev. A. R. Woodworth and family will go to Warren, O., this week for a short visit with the family of D. S. Woodworth, Rev. Woodworth's broth er, and from there they are going to Madison for a few days. This vaca tion Of Rev. Woodworth's throusrh August will be spent in short trips to several places. CHURCH NOTICES FOR NEXT SUNDAY Baptist Church No preaching ser vices in the morning until the first Sunday in September; Sunday school at 11:15 a. m.; Union services at the Methodist church at 7:30; Rev. R. W. Gardiner will preach the sermon; prayer services at 7:30 Thursday evening. Miss Elizabeth Kinmman of New York sang at the evening ser vices the beautiful solo "Some Day the Silver Cord Will Break," which was enjoyed by all present. Presbyterian church Preaching services at 10 a. m., sermon by anoth er candidate, name- not announced; Sunday school at 11:15 a.m.; Christia Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Attend the food sale in the front window of R. D. Armstrong's office on Saturday begin ning at 2 p. m. You can get your Sun day amner there. Methodist Episcopal church. Sun day Aug 1 Baptismal service, re ception of members and communion at 10 a. m. ; Sabbath school at 11 a. m. A large attendance and big missionary offering is expected. Epworth League at 6:30, topic; "Cultivating High Ideals," Miss Rhea Ryan, leader. Union service in the Methodist church, sermon by R. W. Gardner. Wednes day afternoon, Aug. 4, meeting of the W. F. M. Society at 2. Hostess. Mrs. Trouble Proof Tires Puncture Proof AMB RgE Fay RidinS Ten, fifteen, twenty thousand miles withoiu any punctures, blow outs, delays pumpini or patch ing, is the service users are getting from Dayton Air less 1 ires. Let us demonstrate. iltisslSk uve RUBBEO William Schafer 309 S. Broadway Medina, Ohio F. C. BARTUNEK Merchant Tailor LADIES & GENTS DRY CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING 33 Advanced Registry Daughters and Sons Is what Sig Rag Apple Corndyke the 86.20 lb. bull has. Look over some of them: Paul Sol. D. K. 3d S2 y. 4y. 3 y. Wl 7. 27.70 24.07 23.9S 95.2S 21.U Thelma Komdyke Pauline Sol. Korndyke Butter 30 days Top. PI. H. D. K. 3d Mary Job. Horn. 4 y. 21.14 Dor. Wood Rag. A p. 32 m. 20.11 Sir Rag Apple Korndyke has a 37 lb. sister. His dam is a 86.20 lb. daughter of Pontiac Korndyke and haa three sisters with records above 3 ids. GEO. McKEE Mallet Creek, Ohio Children Ury FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A 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. O 41tf Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Medina Coal Company Oealen In COAL EXCLUSIVELY PHONE 1171 At O. C. Shepard Co. Store on Sat. evenings Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A DELCOilGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Makes farm workers cheerful, con tent and more efficient producers Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Phelps and Mrs. Jacob Dennis were joy riders to Woos ter Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Eby and sons were in Cleveland Monday. Mrs. Walters, sister-rn-law of Mrs. John Decker; program leader, Mrs. Elmer Lee. Be sure to remember it is "Mite Box" opening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holsham spent a tew days oi this week in Cleveland. Harry Stuff has as his gue.it at the V.C. OSGOOD,Medina,C Phone 2122 Showacre, returned to her home innme or nis sister, Mrs. fcmma JJrush Baltimore on Tuesday after having ' onef h,sny Sunshine friends, ., u,i nonaKnn nf a fow moots I Mrs. Albert Biehl of Bellaire. Ohio. hore Y I Mrs. Biehl with her little son arrived1 Harrv Houriiton of Cleveland sDent Tuesday evening and spent the re- the week-end with his sister, Mrs. Imainder of the week. This was the .Tarkwav f,rst meeting between Harrv and his T H Rmt.fa snout n fow rf'nvs of i little Sunshine friend, whom he al- this week at Brady Lake with his son ways addressed at "My Little Sister Clvde and wife of Lakewood. who are Mabel, . Mabel is convinced that the spending two weeks there. Clyde is reason of so much gloomy weather working for Uncle Sam and has two th.ls summer is owing to the amount weeks vacation at this time. j01 sunsnine Harry consumes. A. J. Micheal and family visited j "'"nijijamrkXT friends in Ashland Sunday. LKESTON Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Phelps, Mrs.. Uur community has lost a well- CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years USE ASHARPLES MO-TO MILKER with your farm lighting plant no installation necessary, we can also furnish a SHARPLES pipe line milker. E. F. MUSSER Medina, Ohio Always bears the Signature of OHIO HORSES FOR SALE If you want to buy horses coma and give me a call before buying. DON L. CRAWFORD, Phone No. 9 Seville, O. Lydia Frazier and Mrs. Amelia Heck jnan were Ashland visitors last Wed nesday. Our Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits will interest you at $30.00 to $42.50 per suit. Suits from II I luan-c w jvui I. $38.00 up to $90.00 We save you at these prices from I $5.00 to $25.00. We will be pleased to show you. II Yours truly, C.V. Matteson SEVILLEOHIO Miss Kutn joraon oi tne rytman aftem0on of U. nome is visiung ner many irienus here and is the guest of Mrs. M. Dan ley. The Mortons have gone back to their home in Mansfield after enjoy ing a few weeks vacation in their rooms here and visiting among their friends. A. A. Carver and family are pack ing their household goods to move to Glendale, Calif. They expect to leave Seville in a few weeks. Mrs. Frank Dunlap is having a house party of nieces and nephews this week. Mrs. La Vonne Bates was called to Columbus last week on account of the death Of her niece, Miss Dorothy Wea therby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weatnerby, the latter a broth er of Mrs. Bates. Tuberculor trouble was the cause of the death of this beautiful young girfcof nineteen sum mers. Mr. and Mrs. Weatherby have the sympathy of their friends in Se ville. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Frazier left July 23 for Girard, Pa., where Dr. and Mrs. Fannehill joined them in their auto and went to Ithaca, N. Y., where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Clarence Morton. They will also visit Otter Lake, N. Y and! Cambridge. Mass.. where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Morley. They wil be away on this trip for several weeks. Walter Hay with his family return ed Friday from their auto -trip and to Chillicothe, Mo., and report having had a grand trip and visit with old friends. Quite a bunch of K. P. families at tended the convention in Cleveland Wednesday. Andrew Taylor returned from his trip to Portland, Maine, a few days ago and report having had a fine trip. Some beautiful scenery on the way. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Huff of San Francisco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swagler and children of Doylestown, Ohio. Mrs. Swaeler, Mrs. Huff and' Mrs. Becker are sisters, and it is quite a treat to be together as Mrs. Huff has not been in Ohio for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Huff expect to remain in Uhio for quite a wnue visit ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Stratton of Cleveland were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Taylor on East Main street last Sunday. - known and highly respected retired business man in the death on Tuesday R. Gensemer. The deceased had been in failing health for some time. Mr. Gensemer was the father of D. D. Gensemer, D. K. Gensemer and Mel Gensemer of Cres ton, T. E. Gensemer of Wadsworth, and Mrs. Dr. Hollingsworth of Akron. Until a few years ago Mr. Gensem er had been in business since the civil war. The tuneral services were held Thursday at 1:30 p. m., and were private owing to the illness of Mrs. Gensemer. The Creston Military Band will hold their big annual carnival in the even ing of Saturday, Aug. 14, and every body is invited to come and bring their families. Political Adv. PENFIELD Judson Starr and wife of Elyrla were afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith Sunday. Louie Tesnon has bought the J. B. Moore farm. John Bouman and Miss Mabel Bur ton of Grafton were married Satur day, July 24 by Rev. A. C. Corfman in Elyria. Miss Kathryn Kleinhans who is at tending normal school in Cleveland spent the week-end at home. Mrs. Winfield Kimber spent Sun day at the home of her son John Welsh and wife in Litchfield, this occasion being John Welsh's' birth day. Miss Enola Wolfe of Spencer spent last week at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. J. K. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Shaw and family attended the funeral Satur-j day of Mrs. Shaw's aunt Mrs. Ro- wena Eggert in Hinckley. Glenn Richmond and Miss Wilda Nichols were married Saturday, July 4, by Rev. A. C. Corfman in Elyria at the parsonage. They are taking a short wedding trip. Lyman Shaw is having a new porch put on the front of his house. A. ROSS READ Candidate For Nomination For Congress. Subject To Democratic Primaries August 10, 1920 I take this opportunity oi 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. ROSS READ. I A. We Want Your Farm for Sale! This is the Year The Big Farm Year Prices Are Good We Have the Buyers Children Cry - FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA You have the service of our Akron, Wadsworth, Spencer and Lodi offices. With our years of experience and advertising we can sell your farm and will serve you faithfully and well If your farm is for sale, telephone us and we will be at your home immediately. REFERENCE: , r J iL First National Bank Wadsworth, Ohio Old Phoenix Bank Medina, Ohio Peoples National Bank Lodi, Ohio Spencer State Bank Spencer, Ohio I The Allen-Hartsell-DiMeCo. 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