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Medina, Ohio, Mar. 25, 1921
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PAGE FIVE PERSONALS Attorneys D. K. Henderson of ten, former college mates of Prosecut- nig Aituriiey p. a. oeyiuvur, paiu uie loffoT a irit-it loaf uraolr int.ter visit, last, week David K. Watkins, local agent of the A. C. & Y., accompanied by bis father, visited the former's brother ' in Leesburg, Ind., over Sunday. Body of Mr. Ed Fenn brought here 6r 'burial Tuesday. Some relation to Dr. Baird of Creston, O. J. T. Hodges bought some property n ;East Liberty. (The Petroleum Supply fellow.) N Dr. A. P. Nichols but little improv- d. Mrs. Norman Berry and son Allen jf Lakewood will spend Easter and next week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Andrews. Mrs, Gilbert Ward and son of Cleveland are visiting her parents, Sr. and Mrs. J. N. Sipher. Mrs. Sadie Pettit is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Johnson, in Hinckley. M. F. Bryant made a business trio to Chicago and Council Bluffs, Iowa, returning Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Paull of Cleveland is visiting Mrs. Cora Munson Blakeslee. Miss Helen Hobart of Sandusky -.will snend Easier at home. U to I I jm ON B Under Stat Supervision Bummiiii miiiHiiiimitmnimiiiwiuiii?iiimilini).,, I SdbeeBrdtheks I y 490011 MOAN : 1 Miss Nadine Motts of Cleveland, reader for the Clytean club party on Monday evening, was the guest of Mrs. Albert Boesch. Mra Fred Koons spent the week- rend with her brother, Mr. Edgar iuuus ami wne in- i-Oieqo ft onrl Mva WnUan d Mr ftnH Mrfi Walter AnHerciAri ftf Cleveland will spend Easter at C. F. Hobart's. Mrs. Walter Miller of Cleveland spent Monday and Tuesday with Mi's. H. C. West. Mr- F. I. Hawkins returned from Los Angeles, Calif., Tuesday, where he spent several weeks. . Miss Myra Swisher of Johnston, Pa., is spending her vacation at her home here. Miss Regina C. Bartunek arrived home Friday from Irving Colloge and Conservatory, Mechanicsburg, Pa., to spend the Baxter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bar tunek. Mrs. Waivsr Miller of Cle retard speut Monday with Mrs. d. 0. tyVrt. She was a guest of -the Clytean dub on Monday evening. Miss Helen McDowell of Detroit is spending iho Easter vacation with hu parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake M' Dowell. Mrs. Walter Ward returned to, In dianapolis this week after a four weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. pud Mrs. Elliott McDougall. Elbert Hubbard Said, 'TEACH THE CHILDREN TO SAVE" Do not sermonize to the children about saving. Simply start an account for them with a dollar or so. Example is the thing. Children are universal citizens of Missouri. Show them. They want to know. Open an account for your children today. lllllllllilllllUIIIHIIIIIIIHIiailllUHii iiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiii It if good-tooiring; it h comfort ble; it quickly adaptable to any wertber change. y ' " Ii k easy to drive; it run. ItwHw ia onaaoany high. C. C. CHEENY an,' ". , - ' j 1 North Side Public Square Medina, Ohio Miss Mabel Wilcox of Cuyahoga MS is spending a few days with s H. C. Wt. Miss llutU Kennan nt V.naf fllevp- land spent the week-end in Medina. Miss Irene Beedle of Akron spent the week-end . With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beedle. ' Thf Misses Arlelino Hrnkn jitil Florence Farnum, Messrs. Max High ana Harry JJavenport went to Cleve land Tuesday to see "Mecca." Miss Elizabeth 'nVfrltnuroll nf fV lumbus spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Blake Mellow ell. Blake Munson of Western Reserve college will spend the Easter vaca tion with Harry Buckingham in Belle vue. The Misses Esther Wertz, Mjerle crump, Messrs. Sidney Lance and Harold Fisher went to Cleveland to see "Mecca" Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Wall spent a few days witn ne, r sister, Mrs. Orlin Baughman in Lakewood this week. Miss Ruth Brintnall of Gambier College is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Edith Brintnall. MlSS MaTlPS nf Mflrinn ia onanrlinr a few days with her sister, Mrs. John moo re. Miss Delight Hart at the week-end with Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyden are expected home from California Mon day of next week. Mrs. Fred Koons spent the week end in Cleveland. Mrs. Arthur VanEpp and daughter, r ranees, returned nome from Florida Thursday of last week. Mrs. Harry Baker of Florence PVio county, is very ill at the home of her sisier, Mrs. names. Mr. John Kemp made a visit in Ashland Saturday of last week, Mr. and-Mrs. F. M. Plank returned home from Florida Tuesdav of ;c J week. Will Kaiser of Lakewood, who was an emnlovee of the R A n years ago, visited with friends In Me dina Tuesday. A group of ten ladies made up a theater party going to Cleveland to Mrs. Thomas Ferriman, Senior re turned from California on Tuesday1 of mis weeK, Mr. and Mrs. T. R CnMma inA daughter Lauranette of Warren, wil spena caster with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Borger. Mrs. Ch.apin, who has been with them for -several weeks, will return at that time. Mrs. Anna McDowell of Lakewood will spend the week-end with her sis ter, Mrs. J. F. Borger. The carpenters have started to erect a new home on the property owned by Mrs. Mettie Wacker. Mrs. Ingel has returned home after a few weeks' visit with relatives. Mrs. J. R. Gleason will spend Eas ter with her daughter, Marion in Cleveland.. 1 -.: . ; . Mr. Charles Griesinget was a week end visitor in Cleveland. 4 .- xit'ii.-': flu coats Httie h-:. 1 i1 Li :i m SHOE NEWS If you could only see our display of EASTER FOOT WEAR " Nothing like it ever seen in Medina and a lady from Akron remarked a few days ago "Equal to any thing you see in the city" AND the prices Go t the city and pay $12 to $14 for shoes if you want to that's all right but "just the same" right hero in this store we show Low Shoes at $6.90 and $8.50 that are equal in style, equal in quality but go ahead buy $12 shoes if you want them that's nobody's busi ness but your own most folks buy here and get SER VICE Griesinger's- Walk-Over Shop Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thayer Prette of Cleveland spent the week-end with her brother, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Glea son and family. Mrs. Paul Schemp of Cleveland is visiting with Mrs. Geo. Richards. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Earl B. Arick and family have moved to Lorain where Mr. Arick is employed in the B. & O. railroad office. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Case of Akron spent the week-end with relatives in Medina. Mr. D. C. Babcock attended the meeting of the Wabash college alum ni Thursday of this week in Cleve land. The object of the meeting was to form an association of the members of the alumni in northern 'Ohio. Mrs. Asa Dean nf Lodi snent. Thursday of last week with her par- i- - r j . r . 1 . cuts, Mr. ana mrs. jonn Best. Miss Rice, mn.thpmat.fos inatmrtm. who is suffering from a light case of mumps, went to ner nome near uryna Wednesday. Miss Pauline flrieainorer n-f Wnm- en's, College is spending tHe Easter vacation in Medina. She has as her guest, Miss Pitkinson. Mr. v. c. Babcock was in Hudson Thursday on business. 4 S 1 MANY AT FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION MEETING New Officers Elected and Much of Interest Discussed. The business meetinir nnii hannnet of the Medina County Fish and Game association held at the Odd Fellows' hall on Thursday evening of last ween was largely attended and a most in teresting affair, 82 being seated at the banquet table. - Dr. C. D. Freeman presided,, and the first business to be tranacted was the election of a board of trustees, which resulted aa follows: C. D. Freeman, H. G. Rowe, W, C. Smith, N. O. Fuller and Walter Web ber. The newly elected trustees pro ceeded to elect a president, secretary and treasurer, and the following were named: N. 0. Fuller, president; Wal ter Webber, secretary and treasurer. Dr. Freeman called on a number of the members for short talks, among them being State Deputy Game War den Clem Burkholder of Seville, Chas. Cady of Hinckley, Mr. Baker of Se ville, and Rev. R. K. Caulk, Brant Early and Chris. Bohley of Medina. Messrs. Cady, Burkholder, Baker and Bohley spoke particularly with -regard to foxes. While it is under stood that many farmers are opposed to any protection for fox, these gen tlemen are of the opinion that there should be protection, although they are in favor of extending the season for hunting them at least a month. Where the law sets the date at pres ent as Jan. 1, the speakers favored an extension to Feb. 1. It was stated that there is a move ment on foot for the establishment of a territory in each county in the state of an area of several hundred acres, wherein all hunting shall be forbidden, the idea being that it will afford a "refuge" for game of all kinds and which itself would serve as a protection. This brought out a statement from Mr. Cady of Hinck ley that there already exists such a refuge in his township and that its connnes nave oecn very generally res pected by hunters for a long time. The association was unanimous for the suggestion that va campaign for a larger membership be started at once, that they may better make them selves felt in influencing latrlalotlMt . .. iv.5.CU.blUII -for the advantage of Medina county m me matter 01 nsn and game con ditions. Building Should Be Resumed DON'T BLAME LUMBER INVESTIGATE!! We have several sets of build ing plans and are at your service to assist in choosing the type of building best suited to your needs. MEDINA BENDING WORKS Medina, Ohio RRnnTTFQ New Brown and .Mahogany Brogue LlJJJ EAJ- iyfnrAa Wir tin finaMlo btinna STRAPS $4.90 to $8.50 OYPYWnS - New hats New patterns New heels-- vxvifo Sweflest Shoes in town You look H the windows $3.90 to $8.50 GRIESINGER'S WXtK-OVER SHOP TheWARNER-HEMMETER THE QUALITY STORE THE WELL GROOMED WOMAN finds the charm of personality Jn a coat or suit that adapts itself to the individual type. In our garments the beauty of the all-wool, fabrics is accentuated by the unusual ex cellence of the tailoring. And the artistic appreciation of refinement in trimmings and finishing touches that mean so much in a tailored garment, are the visible showing of the quality that etfists in every detail Our suits and coats appeal especially to the woman who desires a garment which will retain its original perfect in line and quality through more than one season's wear."- But while the excellence of quality lias been maintained, this spring's models re flect in a marked degree the downward trend in price. This means that you can buy a garment much lower than you would expect to pay for such value. Come and try on some of our new spring suits or coats. You'll be pleasantly sur prised at the transformation they will make in your appearance. Don't delay, for now is the time you need new apparel, and the best looking numbers go first. & SUITS $29.50 to $65.00 COATS $12.50 to $65.00 YOUR SPRING FROCK should be fashionable, attractive and well-made. It should be beautifully becoming and should be of such quality that it will give good service for the entire season, or longer. We are now showing some extremely good looking new gowns in Taffeta, Crepe-de-Chine, Tricollette, Tricotine, Serge and other fabrics. Variotfe colors. r Price $19.75 to $100.00 REGARDING RUGS The floor is an important factor in everv home and should be covered with something sightly and artistic. The charm of a rug isr in its design, its coloring and its wearing qualities. We do not hestitate to affirm that every rug purchase made of us is a tri bute to your godd taste, sound sense and economical judgment. No matter what your needs are, we are prepared to meet your requirements at the most reasonable prices for denendahlA qualities to be found anywhere. Come and be convinced. Store Closes at 6 P. M. duriner March TheWARNER-HEMMETER Co. NEW SHOES FOR EASTER H90to$8.50 Brown Kid Black Kid Grey Suede all new and very handsome Co.