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Misa, Ohio,: Nov. 12. 1920
THE MKFniA SENTINEL PAGE SEVEN f lllIIIMIMIMIIIMIIIHmillimIHMIIIMIII llltHIIMIIIMIIIIIII THE SEVILLE JOURNAL Now that election is over, and the shouting for Harding and Cox, what in Sam Patch am I going to write febout? Haven't even heard of any one foolish enough to get married this week. We should have a big jollification -over the victory. Now here is one I just heard. A fellow from Creston lost his false teeth shouting for Cox at a political meeting in Ashland s few days be- MMlllMIMmHIIIIIIMWllltMMlMIWWni PAWNEE GRANGERBURG berry sauce, escalloped potato and squash, cream cold slaw and pickles, bread and butter jelly and aprjle but ter, pumpkin and apple pie, coffee; 50c will pay the bill. Bring your family and friends. Nov. 11 is the date. Mrs. Emma Drushel took a trip to Mansfield over the week-end, visiting her sistrMrs. Clara Byers, and from there she went to Crestline for a visit with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Long fore election. Gov. Cox should pay acre. formerly of Seville, who wish to don't you remembered to their friends here. Rev. Smith and wife had a very lecture ' Peasant call on Tuesday from Mr. and nA thnw who MiH not attend Mrs. Jonn Kupert oi Aivaaoin, vmo. Thev are old friends and enjoyed trie visit. . Ed. Miller, who has been sick, is able to be out again and was shaking hands with his Seville friends on Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Campbell spent Friday with Mrs. Ray Romich of Creston The members of the Friday club met for that man's teeth, think? A large crowd attended the number of the high school course .missed a fine entertainment. Dr. Baker of Washington, D. C, gave a lecture, Miss Hanna, nurse s and Mr. Randall of Medina, talked land gave a picture show at the town hall last Friday evening in the inter est of the Red Cross. They are trying to get the people of Medina county interested before starting the irive for new members which will be-1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mc gin Soon. Be ready and give the coy yriday evening, and -committee a cordial welcome. royany entertained by their husbands ' 1. H. Brotts spent a few days of wth an oyster supPer. The men did this ,week in Lakewood with his son, work The f irst course was m C1X,le ? ,v sarh oyster stew, followed by hot weiners, The Misses Francma -ana Sarah f ' . , McDowell returned tast week from PfckU, bread and butter, the desser their trip to Dayton, where they being pumpkin pie with, whipped -have been visiting Mrs. Chas. Mc- j cream, and sweet cider. Thirty-five SDowell and daughter Irene. ! sat down to the delicious supper and x Mrs. Phillip and Mr. Woodward of enj0yed the evening. The cooks were Medina were in Seville Friday in the a little siow but they got home before interest of t.hp 4mornw KeV. amitn assisiu ui I services of Mr. Samuel Moore ot Mooreland, 0., on Friday. Rev. Smith was formerly pastor of the Methodist church at Mooreland and Mr. Moore was one of his deacons and a good friend'. The Aid Society ladies of the Methodist church are bringing up the rear on church suppers and dinners for this year, and will serve their an nual Thanksgiving dinner on Wed nesday, Nov. 17, in the church dining room, beginning to serve at 4:30 p. m. Xou are invited to attend. The menu: Soup and wafers, fried chick-; en with noodles al la casserole, cran- Armistice day will be celebrated on Thursday evening at the town nail, by the members of the Joseph Fixler post. All are welcome. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graf ton last Sunday were, Mrs. Fraze, the mother of Mrs. Grafton and friend.Mr. Snyder, Gladys" Fraze and her gentle man friend, and Zellma Fraze, all from Wooster. Rogers' Orchestra plays a dance m Creston Friday night, Nov. 12, and in Rittman on the 17. ' We have a new meat market in the Our Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits will interest you at $30.00 to $42.50 per suit. We make to your order Suits from $38.00 up to $90.00 We save jtou at these prices from $5.00 to $25.00. We will be pleased to show you. Yours truly, C.V.Mattesoa I s SEVILLE, OHIO town, in the Steele room on East Main street Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hale of Akron spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Halliwill, her parents. ' Charles long, living on the Pike road, hurt his foot severely a few days ago. He was helping to thresh and the engine of the machine backed and home. ran on his foot Henry Frazier spent the week-end in Cleveland visiting his brother in law, George Florence and, family. Juniors and Seniors and their friends chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Rex, had a marshmallow roast last Friday even ing. A fine time is reported by all. (Ask Ralph Sebrell.) Sunday guests at the home of A. H. Shook, were: Mr. and Mrs. Musser and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Hooley and two sons of Smithville, Wilson Arthur and William Steele and their families of Creston and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Steele of Seville. Mr and Mrs. George Carter bought the Hethring Bonham property on East Main street last week. Guilford Center school will have .an entertainment and pie social at Guil ford Center hall, Saturday evening, the 20th of November. Everybody come and bring a pie. Eight members of the K. of P. lodge were given the Knight rank at a spec ial meeting on Monday night. - Mrs. Joe Bonham will be hostess of the Merry Matron club this week Frl day night, at her home on Center St. M. E. Frazier and wife started for St. Petersburg, Florida, last Wednes day, and Ciement and Betty Frazier two grandaughters who have been spending the summer here, accompan ied them. , Harvey Kern and Miss Betrick of Lorain were united in f marriage last j Saturday and spent the week-end with j Mr. and Mrs. David Kern, parents of ! Harvey. f j Lydia Frazier is visiting her grand daughter in Lodi this week. Mrs. Henry Frazier visited her sister Mrs. Clapper in Wadsworth Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bell are spending the week in Cincinnati, visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Hall. Mrs. Allie Rickard and mother.Mrs. Betty Morrison, were Akron visitors last week. Mrs. Gilford Kingsbury and chidren Lloyd Sard ord is getting his house i remodeled. S. H. Orr is building a new front porch on his house. Jacob Nolt is1 getting ready to move to New Philadelphia. Harry Sanders is the new manager at the elevator. ' P. A. Heestand entertained his moth er and sister over Sunday. ' Rev. B. H. Roth spent Saturday night and Sunday at G. W. Sanders The little girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yergin last Tuesday ,died 'Wed nesday. Burial in Lodi. Miss Jennie Clinker was home from Ashland over Sunday. The Missionary society of East Homer will give a special program m connection with the church service on Sunday, Nov. 21. L, H. Sanford and family and Mr, and Mrs. C. Ds Oiler spent Sunday at A Jfi. Sanford's. 1 , POE Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crimans of Indi ana are visiting at A. P. Roger's for a few days. Abram Johnson has begun school in Akron." The county deputy is expected to be at the Grange Saturday night. The Ladies met on Wednesday to clean the church. Tuesday evening, November 16, at 7:30 o'clock, in the Grange hall there will be a RedCross meeting. There will be good speakers, a Red Cross film and music. Everyone is welcome. Luther Wilbur and family of Akron spent several days last week with C. J. Miller and family, i Mi's. Geo Hazen spent a few days in Cleveland with her daughter, Mrs. ames Pritchard. The Sunday school class of Mabel Robinson held a party at her home on last Fridaynight The girls of G. H. S. gave a dough nut fry for the boys last Friday night at the parish house. A fine crowd was there. Clyde Frost spent part of last week in Medina. Keith Codding was seriously hurt by a buzz saw last week by falling on it. His right arm was cut from the wrist to elbow in two places. The fingers on his left hand were cuttah .1 1 1 Itt. 11' L so aim one uroKen. ne is getung along as well as can be expected. Word was received here Sunday of the death of John Raw of Akron. He has many friends and relatives in this community and all will miss him. Mrs. Bertha Ritz and children spent last week at Ross Duncan's in Akron. Fred Webster and family spent Sun day in Medina at Henry Blakeslee's. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Mills, Mr. and Mrs Johnson, Mrs. Meyers and son of Cleveland, were Sunday visitors at J. N. Ganyard's. Mrs. Beachlor visited Mr. Beachlor at the hospital in Cleveland Sunday, but found him in a serious condition. The second operation on his arm had been put off until poison had set in and affected his heart He spent a very painful day, but was some bet ter Monday. There will be a meeting Monday night November 15, in the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock, to present the work of the Red Cross. ' There will be good speakers, a Red Cross film and music. Everyone is invited. The Right of Way Printing Is ine salesman Who Has the Right of Way Your sales letter in the United States mail has the right of way straight to your customer's desk. StMnttin vnnr anneal bv using a oaperof known quantity Hammernnll Bond and good printing which will attract your customer's attention, and sell vour eooas. That's the kind of printing we do and the paper we use. Ute Afore Printed StJemamhip. Ak a$. MALLET CREEK FLOOR LAC of Cleveland are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray, par ents of Mrs. Kingsbury. Captain' Don Wheeler spent Friday in Cleveland. Harry Frazier from Florida made a flying trip to Seville the first of this week. ' Allen Taylor and wife of Akron are spending a few days at Postmaster Taylor's. Mrs. B. E. Frazier spent a few days of this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morehouse. F. E. Taylor,. A. B. McCabe, H. H. Phelps, Mr. Bolick, Frank Duhlap and the Lee brothers were the Seville fel Jows who attended the sale of Mr. Millard Jones at Lodi Saturday. Will Houghton of Wadsworth was a Sunday guest of his siter and broth er, Carrie and George Houghton. The Sentinel will make a nice'Xmas present for your friends. Rev. Rockwood of Oberlin will preach at the Congregational church again Sunday morning. Mrs. Bishop has erysipelas of the face. Mrs. Dodge and Benton Jr. went to Cleveland Saturday morning. ' Mr and Mrs. Paul Swartz are both quite poorly. Mr. and Mrs. John Parker left Fri day by auto to spend the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pekarek of Cleveland were in town Monday and attended Ed Indoes sale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Bihn on Thursday, Nov. 4, a daughter, Irene Estella. The remains of Mrs. Charles Cham berlain were brought here from Ak ron on Wednesday for burial. The deceased will be remembered by many of the older residents of York as she was formerly of this town. There will be an oyster supper and bazaar at the town hall, Wednesday, Nov. 17, by the ladies of the W, C. T U., afternoon and evening. m A EMM m WILLIAMS T7LOORLAC, the all-aromTdl Varnish-Stain, makes old fur niture look new and give years of additional service. It reproduce faithfully many rare hardwood effects. It stains and varnishes with one operation. The stain colors are permanent and the varnish is extremely durable. Ik resists wear and holds its lustra under long service and severe use It also renews worn woodwork and floors, makes them beautiful end easy to keep clean. Floorlao dries with a high gloss, or you can get a fine, satiny, dull -rubbed effect by finishing with a coat of S-W Velvet Finish. OATM i ft, all HAh!.;WARE The VMss Store With The Endless Line 2 COVER 1 4 1 1 " " ' V CARDOF SHANKS Money Grows Plant the difference between what you earn and what! ,you spend in this SAVINGS & LOAN and watch it grow. Soon you will have a hired man whom you need not pay. 6 INTEREST PAID ON YEARLY CERTIFICATES The Medina Coqnty Savings & Loan Co. WADSW6RTH, OHIO We wish to express our sincere thanks to all the good friends and neighbors, both in Bishop and Seville, who in any way assisted us in the time of our sickness and sorrow. Especial ly do we wish to thank Rev; Hodge of Bishop, Cal., Rev. Gardiner and Rev. Woodworth of Seville for their comforting words. The Masonic brothers who laid him to rest, and for their, beautiful floral piece. We also thank the Eastern Stars, the Union Chain Co., and friends and neighbors for their, beautiful flowers. Mrs. Laura Brumbaugh Mrs. Sarah Brumbaugh Mr. Hugh Brumbaugh and familv Mr. Will Brumbaugh and family PRINTED and will Booklets Circulars Sell Your The Milwaukee Water and Light System gives you tne same conveniences iouna in city Homes. A turn gi the taucet brings a plentiful supply ot water a turn ot the sw.tcn brings a tiooa ot light. JNo run ning to the pump. Mo tussmg with dirty lamps. ' Only ono engine required. The same en gine that supplies the air pressure for the water system charges the storage batteries tor the lighting plant and furnishes power tor cream separator, churn, washer, chc? aru home. telephone. Iret posted about this now. Goods Come to Us D. A. KINPIG PHONE 1127 I. OKI. OHIO GOODMAN'S COR. MEDINA MARBLE & GRANITE CO. High Grade Monuments Markers and Mausoleums Office and Works S. Court Street Medina, Ohio Phone 1118 Mr. Page from Cleveland visited Sunday at his brother's, Bert Page's. G. A. and A. W. Clement and their families were Sunday visitors at Al fred Nichol's in Medina. Mrs. Mary Rogers from Berea spent the week-end ' with her mother,, Mrs. Amy Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will move this week to Columbia near his father's. Mrs. Charlotte Thayer and son Frame from Elyria visited several days this week at Will Perkins . I Mr. Frnk Root from Cleveland was a Sunday' guest at his father's, Wm. Root's. t T J X f t f t THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE AKRON-UNIVERSAL TIRE & RUBBER CO. WE ARE BUSY WITH CONTRACTORS ON r THE GROUND WATCH US CROW ? t T J f f X T i f f i f I f t S . i V .