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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PAGE ssriTsr r mm iMiifft" it THE SEVILLE JOURNAL HHIIIIIIIIMW BASKET BALL NOTES. The Seville, Hustlers and the Seville high school basket ball teams sure showed Wooster, Ashland and Lodi who were the better players lasf Fri day and Saturday nights. The Se ville Hustlers played an independent team from Wooster College and the high school played Ashland Academy last Friday night. On Saturday jugjit the high shool Ave and the Ocglala Gamp Fire girls journeyed to Lodi and divided honors with Lodi, the high shool winning 36 to 24, and the (Camp Fire girls losing 7 to 2. line up of games: Wooster Points Koote, R. F. , MeJCHnty, L. Mitehell, C 1 3 LajHwrte, R. G , 0 Flattery, L. G. 4 11 Total, SetfUe Hus Buchanan, Rejt, L. F Moy, C ler, L. G. Total, .20 Points 15 4 0 4 18 . 2 .27 Held goals Wooster 9, Seville IS; free throws Wooster 2, Seville 1; Personal fouls Wooster 5, Seville 2; time outs Seville 1. Referee, Turner: timekeeper, Arm- 8treng and Boyer; scorers, Eby and KiWng. Hand Academy Points B. F. e en L. F 0 filler, C--r. 5 K. G i It,.L. G , 4 AS Pel Total, .15 Seville High School Taylor, R. F KiMdiKr L. F Boier, C.. Newcomer, R4 G. tFf Total, Points 14 2 - 4 0 0 n .20 Held goals Ashland 7, Seville 9: free throws Ashland 1, Seville 2; personal fouls Ashland 4, Seville 5; Hubstituticm Johns fot. Garber; ref eree Buchanan ; timer Armstrong; sowers Eby and Turner. There was no school on Friday, the teachers attending the annual rally for interest promotion, in Medina. The kiddies enjoyed the holiday. Work is progressing on the corner hlock to be used for a picture show, and we hope to have lots, of amuse ment this coming summer. Oscar Smith is the manager. Plans are on foot for the new bank building. Billie West and Boyd Bauer start ed Sunday evening for Wolf, Wyo ming. A trip of sight seeing. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jackson re tained from their wedding trip last week and) are at home at the Baker residence. , Mrs. John Flath. Mrs. Albert Flath, Mrs. Sehastian Smith, Mrs. W. M. Camion and daughter Elizabeth of Doylstown, ancLMrs. C. E. Swagler of Seville, spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Oscar Smith. A pleasant social time was enjoyed by these friends. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and baby Billie of WaidswOrth were week-end guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. ana juts, cnanes w imams. ,wn Battels bj4h44y anniversary aid Grandma Williams made him a birth day cke with one candle on it. The Lorain club of the Baptist Sunday school held a business and work meeting at . the home of Mrs. Edith Matteson on West Main street, Wednesday evening. , Miss Helen Bowles niece of Mrs. Matteson was hostess. A fine line of Wall Paper at Brotts' store. Mrs. I. H, B.lark in charge. - Stewart Beeman of Cleveland spent the week-end with bis lady friend, Miss Maxine Myers. Mrs. Frances Hart returned from her ten-day trip to Washing Court House, Wednesday, and reports hav ing had a. delightful visit among her friends. Mrs. Martha Showare made a very pleasant call in Medina Thursday. She visited Dr. Nichols, the dentist The Waffle brigade, went to Me dina Saturday afternoon to stir up and bake waffles for the Flickinger hotel, who served a hot waffle and maple syrup supper. They were Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. E. E. Swagler, Mrs. Geo. Taylor and Mrs. Charles Long, j We know what a feast the Medina folks had when that crowd is on the job. Miss Kreider. of Wadsworth and Harold Phelps of Seville were united in marriage Wednesday, March 9, in Medina. The Merry Matron club enjoyed a warm sugar party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonham on Wednesday evening. There were 16 members present and Mrs. Gladys Jones of Brunswick was the guest . After the sugar feast Mrs. C. E. Swagler, in behalf of the club, presented Mrs. Lydia Frazier, one of the oldest mem bers of the club with a five dollar gold piece, in honor of her birthday. Lydia was somewhat excited, but managed to make a fine speech, .and heartily thanked the club ladies for the gift. Farnk Young sold his farm to Jno. Dyke of Elyria arid has bought Jake Miller's propefty on Pike road jusl outside of the corporation line and will take possession the first of April. Next week Wednesday, March 23, is the big d?ings at the town hall that indoor carnival. Have you got your costume ready? Be on hand early, gtt all the fun out of it you can. Geo. Clevidence spent Monday in Cleveland. . He is still on crutches. Mrs. C. E. Swagler is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Shu maker, in Creston, helping get ready to move on the John Shumaker farm. On Tuesday evening, March 8,Aunt Bell Crawford entertained at six o'clock chicken . dinner, the follow ing men1: Charles Taylor, Finn Gray, H. H. Kindig, Joe Bonham, Ralph Schwamb, Mr. Fairchild and Mr. Dun das, in honor of the 69th birthday an niversary of her brother, William Crawford. The dinner was reported as being excellent and all enjoyed the evening in visiting and story-telling. Mr.Crawford was presented with a $5 gold piece, which he greatly appreciat ed. Aunt Bell was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Dundas, and Mrs. Elmer Overdorf, a-niece. The Lorain class of the Baptist Sunday school will hold a sale of home made fancy baskets, aprons and baked goods Saturday afternoon.Mch. 26. Revs. Woodworth, Gardiner and Woolf attended the Medina County Ministers' association in Medina on Monday and report a very interesting meeting. Mr. Barnes, Y. M. C. A. secretary, made a business call to Seville on Mosday. A canvass will be made in Seville the first of n,ext week for the Europ ean Relief Council. , Seville is a little behind in "this good work this time, but she will come out on top alright, i The ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve warm sugar on Tuesday evening, March 22, in the church dining room. A program of music will 'be rendered in the church parlors by the orchestra of the church. There was a little fire scare at the Pease house on Monday morning, caused by a gasoline explosion in the basement, but by the quick action of Mr. Pease, .it was extinguished with out much damage. The Young Women's Home Mis sionary society was royally entertain ed at the Davis home on Friday even ing, the daughter, Mrs. Shankey, wag .hostess and served lunch. The Laides' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal .church met at the parson age last Wednesday afternoon. Af ter the business was transacted a pic nic supper was served to about 20 ladies. Here'sthe milker thai ttelbeci braate tweak Wss.sfete record 954 v0tmd Wfa& I TELL you, I'm proud of that record. I'm proud to be selling the machine that is milking many of the finest cows of this country. I think this milking test cows is the greatest proof of a milking machine imaginable. Mr. Braatz milked his test cows 4 times a day for 365 days with the Pine Tree. No mechanical 'troubles no delayed milkings and his cows produce better than they ever did before. Pros pect Johanna Posch passed the old State record by over 1500 pounds. Mr. Braatz has been breeding and testing high prqducing cows for years, and after this test, he says: "I never could have done it by hand milking." Yes, milking test cows is Kke thejrace track test of an automobile. It brings out the weak paints if the machine has any. You dorrt buy ajar for racing, but you want one that has had its reliability proved in this sure way. Maybe you aren't testing pure-bred cows. But you know that a milker that can make records for the biggest breed ers will make bigger milk checks'for you. DonT Bui) ftmj MUkcrTilV Kbw See the PmeTree Of course you are going to buy some kind of a milker. Irs just a waste of money to sit and pufl.teats these days. Ttebig thing, for you to decide k, I tell you that if you choose your ma chine by the record of what it is doing for others, you have got to choose the same one I did the Pine Tree. Come in and talk it over. Or phone me tocomeout and figure with you. Let's get together on this important matter. v E. B. Pine Tree Expert Medina, O. Phone 1168 B bISqI sInk1 JBIxUBWm' I rv Ml Jb uXiwIijfM J1'. ' '"(' ' i-Tv.i': ' ' " ... : . ...... William Becker and family are mov ing to Rittman where they have built a business block and will run a bak ery. Mr. Fenstermaker, father of Mrs. Henry Baker, returned to his home in Michigan on Saturday after visiting his daughter and faoiily for a few days ' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Os car Smith, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Serfass of Wadsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Allensworth of Akron. Coming! What, When and Where? The annual season supper, April 13, at the Methodist Episcopal church. Good eats are being planned for, also a bazaar, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid and Missionary societies. Easter flowers and plants at Brotts' next week. Miss Myra Woodruff and Miss Jo sephine Powers of Columbus spent Sunday with Mrs. Lowrie and daugh ter, Josephine. C. E. Swagler snent Tuesday in the dentist chair in Ashland. Mr. Bolich called in Akron on busi ness, Monday. He has exchanged his Seville property for Akron property ?nd will give possession about the irst of April. Sorry to have the Bo- lichs leave town. Mrs. Frank Harrv soent the week end in Millersburg with her mother, Mrs. Skelly. ; Mrs. B. E. Frazier of Cleveland is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morehouse, this week. The Merry Matron club meeting has been postponed for one week at the home of Mrs. John Mapledorani on account of lecture course. The infant daughter; about two weeks old, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feesler, passed away on Friday after noon, March 11, and was buried on Sunday afternoon. A short service was held from the home, conducted by Kev. Woodworth. , Louis Minton has been on the sick list for the past week. He came near having pneumonia, but is some bet ter at this writing. LATER Louis has the mumps. There are mumps and mumps in Se ville this week. I. H. Brotts is on the sick list with a very hard cold in his head. A. H. Rechsteiner had an attack ot lagrippe last week, but is better and able to attend to his business in the mill. Mrs. lanis uauey is visiting in Galion this week. Gladys Fraze of Wooster spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Albert Grafton. Harold and lressa Shook spent lhursday night in Wooster and at tended a surprise party at the home ot their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Shook, in honor of Zuilla Shook She was somewhat surprised when her college friends walked in, but all enjoyed the evening in various games. itetresnments were served, among which was a beautitul birthdav cake with 18 candles, and lovely decora tions made by Mrs. Robert Johnson, niece ot Mrs. Shook. Under the leadership of Miss Jose phine Lowrie and a number of young ladies, Seville will be personally can vassed on Monday and Tuesday to clear up the last of the European Re lief tund for the Hoover Commission The twnship treasury is located in the Hartman drug store. It is especial ly urged that residents of Guilford township living outside of Seville vil lage leave checks, pledges or contrib utions with Mr. Hartman, so that they may be included in the total turned over to the county treasurer next week. Over one hundred dollars has already been given by Guilford town ship and it is expected that the Mon day and Tuesday canvass will fully complete the relief fund. SOME CASH BARGAINS IN USED CARS 1920 "490" Chevrolet - - $500.00 1918 Oakland Closed Car - $675.00 (Completely, Overhauled and Good Paint) 1917 Ford Touring - - - 1917 Ford Truck - - - 1917 Ford Roadster - - - 1916 Ford Tourins: - - 1914 Ford Roadster - -83 B. Overland Touring - All of these cars are bargains at the price asked. Let us demonstrate them to you. $250.00 $350.00 $225.00 $200.00 $190.00 $325.00 Presbyterian Church 10 a. m,. preaching, a sermon especially for men; all invited; 11 a. m., Bible; school, a welcome for all; 6 p. m., Christian Endeavor, leader, Clarabelle Armstrong; 7 p. m. preach ing, text, "He That Winneth Souls Is Wise." Church night last week was a very pleasant and enjoyable evening. The Teachers' Training class met at 7:45 with an exceptionally good attendance This was followed at 8:30 by an en tertainment by the choir. Every num ber of the entertainment was up to the high standard of the choir as set by Mrs. Foster; the able chorister. The reception to the new members receiv ed during the winter followed at 8:30. The address of welcome by E. J. Mil ler and the happy response by Princi pal Rex of the local high school, sounded the joy of the occasion. The circle of fellowship was unbroken as the entire congregation, hand in hand, sang, "Blest be the Tie that Binds." A social hour and light refreshments ended the happy evening. Baptist Church Morning service 10 o'colck; S. S. at 11:15. Let's' be there. Junior B. U. at 6 o'clock. Evening service at 7 o'clock. An illustrated lecture on China will be given. You'd better come. Prayer service 7:30 Thursday. - s , NOTICE I will be in my oiffke in Medina again Saturday, April 2. 30-2 DR. R. J. BAIRD. EASTER PLANTS... ; AND FLOWERS BUY THEM AT BROTTS STORE READY MARCH 22nd 50c. up to $3.00 Gibbs Motor Co. Pnonel304 Corner South Court and Smith Road. K J J. A. v. v j.. A. 5V i. When in Cleveland Leave Your Car THE EUCLID SQUARE GARAGE CO. EA8T 13th STREET I NORTH OF EUCLID CLEVELAND EUCLID AVENUE OPERA HOUSE CLEVELAND LAST TWO WEEKS COMMENCING NEXT SUNDAY D. W. GRIFFITH'S Glorified screen version of the greatest play ever presented upon the American stage. IT WILL TAKE YOU Back to the forgotten scenes of your youth. Back to the sleighing parties and the barn dances. Back to the peach orchards and clover in the hayf ields. Back to the little girl with the checkered apron. Back to your first sweetheart. SEATS ON SALE FOR ALL PERFORMANCES NOW-MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED. EVERY EVENING EIGHT FIFTEEN 400 Seats 50c 400 ' $1.50 300 " 1.50 800 " 2.00 INCLUDING SUNDAY EVERY AFTERNOON TWO FIFTEEN 200 Seats 25c 600 " 50c 400 " $1.00 200 - 1.60 MATC Owing to length of performance, cost of pro- iiii i r.1 uuuwon nu iron-Douna contracts, "Way Down East" will never be shown except in first- oiass uu&ters and at ffetslsaa thst? nrisas.