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Medina, Ohio, Dec. 24, 1920.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PAGlTMBt; MMM HIM I HMHMIMIIIIMH I II 11111111111111111 1 MHHI II IMIIMimilMHt THE SEVILLE JOURNAL IIIMMII EMIIIllMIl Schol closed last Friday for Xmas sanitarium at Deleware, 0., on Tues vacation. and the teachers hiked for day, nd undergo an operation liU.t home. The Xmas program at school by the scholars and teachers 'was re ported excellent and quite a crowd at- Kobert Beach is home from the col lege at Philadelphia for a Xmas va cation of two weeks. Herbert Neal and Calvin McCoy an spending the holiday season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McCoy. The boys are attending 0. S. U. at Columbus. Xmas gatherings and parties ga lore this week. Thursday morning. Prospects for A Merry Xmas are not very bright for our friend, Carrie, but we hope there is beter health in view. Mr. St roup, manager of the C. L. Matteson Co., broke his arm again on last Saturday. The second tune in less than a year and the same arm in the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bostwick are moving into their beautiful new home at Chippewa Park this week and will celebrate their third wedding anniver sary there on New Year's day. Mrs. Don L. Crawford spent Mon- Tho Pr-ocWorinn finnHnv cfhnnl day in Medina. wifl render the cantata, "Father and The W. B. A. ladies served a cafe Mother Santa Claus and their Son teria lunch at the home of Mrs. I. H. Nickey", and will hold a reception on Brotts on Thursday afternoon after Thursday evening Dec. 23. A-cordial lodge. There were about 25 present, welcome to all. I You have heard of the W. B. A. ladies "At the End of Santa Claus' Trail" light lunches this was one of them, is the title of the Xmas Cantata giv- The table was chock full of the best en at the Baptist church on Christ- kind of eats and D present reported mas eve, Dec. 24 under the direction a fine time. ' of Mrs. Ralph Bostwick and assist- The Westminster Guild girls are ants, Mrs. Don Crawford, Mrs. Carl very much pleased with the success of liohrer and Mrs. Francis Hart. All meir oazaar, tneir saies uuiuuuuuk w are welcome A musical cantata, entitled "Under the Christmas tar", will be rendered at the Methodist Episcopal church on Friday evening, Dec. 24, under ' the direction of Miss Theresa Frazier and i s s i s t ft nt s The pageant, "White Gifts for the King," will be given at the Methodist Episcopal church on Sunday evening, Dec. 26. Mr. Gardiner, director. A cordial welcome to all is extended 00 nearly all. of which was clear Miss Clara McCormick of Fargo.N, D., is spending Xmas with her sister, Mrs. R. D. Armstrong, on East Main street. It has been four, years since these two sisters have been together, and they will have a Merry Xmas al right. Plants and wreaths at Brotts' fop Xmas. Mr. Robert S. Foster of Columbus is snendme a week's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Braley were Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fost- Cleveland visitors Monday. Frank Williams of Galion was a week-end guest of his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. ,Tom McCoy. D. 'Miller of Lorain is spending tne Xmas holiday with his grandma High and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hall. Frances Brockway of Orangevile, Pa., is spending the holidays with her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Matteson. C. E. Swagler and wife and Mrs. Bert Shumaker and Mrs. Carl.Rohrer were Cleveland shoppers Saturday. Miss Carrie Harris went to the F. E. DUNLAP AUTOMOBILE LIVERY and FEED STABLE Seville, Ohio Phone E-4 164 er. Mrs. C. E. Swagler was a Wooster visitor on Monday. Claud Yergin started for Florida Tuesday morning, where he expects to spend the winter. Mrs. Ernest Norton went to the Lodi hospital the first of this week and underwent an operation for gall stones. Dr. Harry Stoll of Wooster was the surgeon. , , . Mrs. R. D. Long visited inends m Sebring, Canton and North Industry the past week and on her way home spent two days in Akron with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolf, sister, Mrs. Shelby and brother, William Woolf and wife. Mrs. Long attend ed the church of Christ in Akron on Sunday morning and at the Central Presbyterian church in the evening. H. G. Dix was shaking hands with friend's in Seville on Tuesday. His son Lawrence was with him. a. m. Bible school, a profitable hour in Bible study and good fellowship; 6 p. m.y Christian Endeavor New Years Resolutions; 7 p. m. Special musical program by the choir. A Christmas cantata will be eiven m the Presbyterian church by its Sun- uay scnooi, xmirsday evening, 7:30 everyone cordially mv.ted. NOTICE to slUUHHULUltm THE UNION CfflSlCMBG. CO. ij i Mrs. Joe Bonham and Mrs. Fred Lowery attended the Kebekah lodge at Creston on Saturday evening. A six o'clock chicken diner was served after which 14 candidates were in itiated. The work being done by the Clover Leaf lodge oi Cleveland, who came to Creston on a special car, 53 strong. Mr. McHVrvlrirV snlH his luinu nn Pleasant street to Mr. and Mrs. John mce eve!7 Thursday evening at Shumaker the past week. ,! p. m. You are welcome to all L&b& regular meeting of P920, the full 7 annu the Board a Dividend smote uvuiigcuaiauat services OI tne j 1 j , , Jf three churches of Seville will be held decIared, payable Jan. Jan. i. to ifl. Services will be held I in the Methodist church Jan. 2 to 12, : At the same time a 2 quarterly Dividend on the Common Stock with strong speakers. will h MM rwva ' m am sm nayubi. nurcn morning services at 10 a. m.; Sunday school at 11:15 Evening services at 7:30 p. m.; Pray- The report is that Geo. Taylor has bought tne Grandma fcaston proper ty on East Main street. Miss Thelma Hull and brother Ralph of Cleveland spent Sunday with their cousin, W, S. Croioote and fami ly. The Utilian class of the Presbyter ian church held an Xmas party at the home ox Mrs. Joe bonham on Wednes day evening of last week. Alter business a social hour was spent.Then is when the fun commenced. A San ta Claus chimney was one of the special features and every one of the 25 ladies present got a gift in ex change for the one she had brought, school in the morning and the even services. Rev. Wood worth, nastnr The Correspondent wishes every leauer oi uie sentinel a Merry Amas. Methodist Episcopal Church-There will be an entertainment on Friday cvcmug, utx. given Dy tne Junior and Primary department of the Sun Iday school, under the direction of Miss Theresa Frazier, with a "Santa Claus" and distribution of candy. The j title of the cantata is "Under Bethle hem Star". Sabbath morning a Christmas sermon at 10; Sabbath school at 11. A very special read ins' at the S S tinnr Af 7 r , "The White Gift Christmas Pageant"! The special offering of the Sabbath THE FLA I N I IK AT.KR $5.50 PKK YTCARx " ? U ii, ii I 3f- A poetry contest was indulged in and Mrs. li. i. Uartman and Mrs. Waiter Hay carried the honors ot the con test. A lunch was served ice cream mg offering will be given to relieve suffering and distress of the children in Europe and the near East. Prayer and praise service on Thursday even- FARMS FOR SALE VRMS caKe and conee and pop corn balls, ing at 7. followed by sweet grape juice and i There will be "Evangelistic Meet nougats. (O, Wowl my stomach ings" in the Methodist Episcopal the next day). The favors were lit- church for ten days beginning Sab tle red basnets with green handles bath Jan. 2, 1921. Drs. W. E. Ban tilled with Amas candy. The hostess croft and C. H. Fowler will have Mrs. uonnam, was assisted Dy ivirs. charge of the campaign. Everybody r rcu duwus anu ana. r i cu j veniuiu All enjoyed the party. Extracts taken from a letter from Corwm Minton to lus parents about his trip to North Carolina is of inter est to his friends here: ' I greatly en joyed my trip down here my trip that I had by daylight. I left In dianapolis at 3:lo Saturday after-' noon, and by the time 1 reached Cin cinnatti it was dark. As sdon as I changed to the southern limited, I went to bed and by morning was in Knoxville. The trip thru the moun tains from Knoxville to Asheville and from Ashviile to Marion was a treat to me, oi course. ,: I "had never seen cordially invited to come regularly. itev. uardiner, pastor. 9 MANY CHILDREN HURT IN AUTO CRASH AT GHENT Several children were seriously in jured when an automobile collided with a truck loaded with school child ren at Ghent, last Friday afternoon. The accident happend when the auto mobile crashed into the truck. t a corner during a blinding snow storm. There were about 20 children on the truck. Many of them were thrown to the ground and others were injured When they were hurled about in . the WE HAVE MANY GOOD Fi FOR SALE, RANGING FROM 20 TO 110 ACRES. DAIRY FARMS, CHICKEN, TRUCK, AND FRUIT FARMS. SOME INCLUDE STOCK, TOOLS AND CROPS. PRICES RIGHT. If you want to buy or sell your farm call or see THE MEDINA HOME CO. Phone 2R122 or 4161. Medina, 0 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 StiM from $38.00 up to $90.00 We save you at these prices from $5.00 to $25.00. We will be pleased to showyou. nlU j'W5 ,,)7Xr?oWis Yours truly, C.V. Matteson SEVILLiIO mountains betore, sa that my idea as rjv fourth: ThrWrSalTsh K 9. waf taken to by going up tHe valley I 'Meh reach the Children s hospital in Akron m an Broad river, whose wild and frothy ambulance. Several automobiles 4. j ' i iun.rj in were pressed into service after the ac- fortv miTes. Thelouthern Power Mm W children were taken to (jo. nas una struitui cnuncu with power darns, But' there we still sites tor as 1many 'm"6re'. '1 went thru the mount stains at jus. the. rght time to see their .i,n, ,m f,vo -fall rif th v&ar and on n.uuvj "f- Wf y- BCl j- ii , .... , . v. - a sunnv dav. Most of them are wood- i" '"iV'i" "iS 2 vc: led from lobt pi summit, witn green Court of jjedlna county, Ohio, and that their homes. LGGAli NOTICB Fred Colehian, residing at 237 South Lincoln Ave.,: Davenport, io.wa, is here by notified that Mina Coleman has til Money is Stored Labor ,, Every dollar you earn represents a certain number qf hours of your labor. It is labor in a condensed form, con venient to exchange for the labor of others, or to hold in storage for use in later years when your strength fails. PUT AWAY A PART OP TODAY'S WORK IN The Medina County Savings & Loan Co. WADSWORTH, OHIO 5 Paid on Savings'' ynr,) a:vwM EDINA MARBLE & i i High Grade Monuments Markers and Mausoleums and JVorks Mreet Til Phone 1118 Office Hea ina, Ohio Ipihes and red-leaded oaks, and from a distance they remind one of great,dVef turned coffee Kettles streaketi wth vei degris. Alter going thru oyer twenty iunriels we got up to Ashviile. I say pu ibecause Ashviile is thirty-one nunareu feet abdve sea level and it was a iteady uprgrade all the way. Having two hours to wait m Ashviile, i wok li street car and cork-screwed around up to the center of the town. ''It's a smart, clean little town alright, ' but heavens! if one should'slip on the pub-1 lie square, he would slide in one of eight' possible directions. The eal (.beauty spots, summer resorts and tourist trips, are out irom me city j several miles, so did not have a chance to visit them. I decided to walk back j to the station, but soon became hope-; lessly lost. It was almost train time So believe me I began to think fast.I looked over a wall and found that 1 1 fcould almost spit on the station roof. Those holes that I made going down the hill will last for years. The trip from AshviHe was another splash of I scenerv. We didn't nave any conven- lient river valley.to follow this tjne. It was a straight break thru mountains, I with miles of tunnels and windings 1 around the sides of the narofcw valleys where we could look down and see the track double back and forth under us. ' Insane place we looped a. side valley eight ,nulefl in order to get two, and 1 don't know how many feet we dropped m the distance. The trip from Ashviile to Marion was the best I ever had. I merely changed trains at Mar.on-and at 7:U0 Was in Latti more,wKere Mr. Loflance, 1 the vice president' of the Company was at the station to meet me. He took me out to his temporary headquarters ahd gosh! I was tlad they were only tem porary. The .people who live here in the irrining section are semi'mountain eer fawners, and the dutfits they live in, Uh, (iees riciiety nouses set up on Its. Pigs, cats, dogs and chickens sleen under them: windows outicat les in the doors and the wind blows ru. All tne neating is xurnisnea uy War stone fire places just like you read about in books. The way they live is a fright. Everybody sleeps in one room and somewhere between under the bed is the family flour sack Evisited one place the other day where' the bed was decorated with pumpk riles, all out of the nans, setting rig oh the dirty sheets. These people are , o hospitable to- mane it comiorwoie r me. mey always asu us w v and eat and we can t always re- le. so I have to resign myself to meal of hot baking powdlr biscuits and jelly. The food is gcfl ir it was Oply clean. We have a fine iroom with a big fireplace where we are now. lliese people are good Christian peo ple, bfflfcfBft HaJiSts, however have been .introdveed to some equally fine people across the street, who are oil will Ha lnvplv along the church and S. S. orchestra , lme. Mrs. Hords kind heart has made j a happy home, so rest easy w t. I have a fine place to stay d will just int tato pi great ss e it and. grind you I con A SI ooli.pas- subject, "The said cause will be for hearing' on and after six weeks from the date of the first publication hereof, towit Dec. 10, 1920. J. V. KEKLER Attorney for Plaintiff De. 10, 17, 24, 31, Jan. 7, 14. When in Cleveland Leave Your Car i , AT THE EUCLID SQUARE GARAGE CO. EAST 13th STREET I NORTH OF EUCLID ; CLEVELAND Special ains I be.jvell taken care, of. 1 was eritoted with a plate of sweet dding. Sweet potato pudding Off. I will leatnhow to out a dish No. 9-Eight room house with 1-2 acre of land and plenty of fruit. This proper ty is located on Baxter St. and we will give special terms for a quick sale. No. 17-EigHt room Bungalow on E. Union St. Ihis property is newly painted and decorated Price $3500 No. 21-Double house on East North Street that is renting for $40 per month. Price $3750 No. 23-Entirely new six room house on East North Street. This property has all modern improvements and will make a fine home. Price $5500 No. 13-Ten room house on West Smith road that is renting for $33 per month. This is a fine large house with an extra large lot. .: No. 11-Six loom house on with tot 63X170. Price $3 MEDINA PHONE NO. 3108 A. INDOE, MGR. I. to 0. . v m . ... m m . ytetian Church Rev. W 0 a. m., preaching, w ant fWDHBtl 101 '. msmsmm 13 -I U 9 11 mm II I I H