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Mima, QM, Ster. -i, :: LOCALS The Akron Chamber of Com merce announces a trade excursion -of rubber city business men in the near future, "to bring the outlying communities and Akron into closer relationship." The itinerary as plan ned will include Medina, New London, Greenwich and Plymouth, along the line of the Northern Ohio railroad. At a recent meeting of the Hor ticulture society of the Ohio State University, Arthur French was elect ed treasurer. - Dr. Frank W. Gunsanlus, noted educator, writer and lecturer, died suddenly last week Thursday at his home in Chicago. Many in Medina and vicinity will remember hearing a lecture by this great man at the local Chautauqua three years ago. While no register of names was kept, it is estimated that at least five hundred visitors attended the open ing of the new quarters of the v American Legion last Saturday after noon and evening. A big bowl of delicious punch was kept filled for the delectation of the visitors and all were expressive of praise of the comfort able and home-like parlors of the Legion. Louis Ritter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ritter, 226 Grant street, is critically ill. Several weeks spent in a hospital apparently benefitted him little, if any, and his condition at present is a source of grave concern to his parents and friends. The old Witter dwelling adjoin ing the interurban station has been purchased bv Sheldon Funk, who will have it moved onto his building lot on East North street The building is a landmark in the village and one of the oldest dwellings here, having been erected m the 30s. The new siren recently ordered by the fire department from a Chica go firm, was shipped from the factory two weeks ago last Saturday, but as vet has failed to arrive. In a contest recently waged among the pupils of Wittenberg col lege, of the young men, Wilbur Etter, son of Dr. Etter of Wadsworth, was declared to be the handsomest. A picture of the winners appeared in -the Cleveland Plain Dealer. A bill by State Senator Burke of Lorain county, providing for fire men's indemity fund in municipali ties having no such fund, was passed by the Senate last week. The Delco Light Co., which has operated in Medina for the past year and a half under the management of V. C. Osgood, has been taken over by E. G. Tinstman, who took possession last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Os good will go to Cadiz, 0., to take charge of the Delco light business m that locality. G. W. Barrere, state examiner, is in Medina examining the records of the county offices. The work will keep him here for some time. KatherineHurlebaus.young daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. .Geo. Hurlebaus. 426 West Friendshijtreet, narrowly escaped serious injury last Friday noon at the corner of West Liberty street and the public square. In crossing me street she stepped in front of an automobile driven by Boyd Davenport, and was knocked down and shoved along the pavement for several feet. The child was car ried to the office of Dr. Strong, who reported that the injuries consisted only of several bruises to one limb and an arm, the skin being slightly DroKen, Dut no Dones fractured. She was later removed to her home. St. Paul's Guild held an all-day meeting i Thursday with Mrs. Blake Hendrickson. Born, Friday, March 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson (nee Mil dred Pettit) a daughter. Mr. Merwin Spafford i.s at Lake side hospital in Cleveland. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E; church will meet in the churCh par lors on Monday afternoon, March 28. Mis. Ed. Smith's class will entertain. '-Officers of the Medina County Agricultural society will meet at the Farm Bureau office on Saturday of this week to discuss matters pertain ing to the 1921 fair, such as conces sions, improvement of grounds, prem ium lists, etc. 7-County Auditor Washburn ap pointed H. E. Brenner assessor for Wadsworth this week, there having been none for that place last year. The Clytean club entertained at an open meeting Monday evening at the home of MSss Florence Sipher. Miss Nadine Motts of Cleveland read several numbers and Mrs. Baisoh whistled, being accompanied by Mrs. Clark Rei7ihardt. About 6 wtre present. Mrs. II. C. West entertained at lunch Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Wal ter Miller of Cleveland. Covers weie laid for. eight M--The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Water Bibbins Friday of this week. The Ludine club will have a pic nic supper at the home of Mrs. H. C West on Tuesday of next week. The Harmony club held a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. Wendell Lew Saturday night of last week . Jean .the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Boyden, is ill with scarlatina. Miss Ella Canavan entertained six little girls at luncheon at her home last Saturday in honor of Mary Ed-mrud-'lt,tle dau8hter of Supt and Mrs. W. s. Edmond of Sandusky. "-Many citizens attended a minstrel show in Barnowsky's hall on Bronson street, Monday night, given by colored people. The show was repeated on Tuesday night. That "charity should begin at home" is ne thing, but that it does begin at home occasionally at least, was evidenced in Medina last Friday when solicitors were around for con tributions with which to defray the expense of making North Court street passable for vehicles, an expense that belongs to the vilalge as a whole. The W. C. T. f . ladies will hold , f.".x. SAiZ m. litiau 31UI C , Od I - urday afternoon, March 26. Any do nations for this sale will be very much appreciated. Sheriff Bigelow received a war rant from the sheriff of Stark county, Tuesday, for the arrest of Floyd Haines on a charge of non-support oi his wife in Canton. Haines was locat in Chatham by Deputy Sheriff Hange. An officer from Canton came for Haines Thursday morning. While playing with one of her mates Tuesday afternoon near -her home, the little five-year old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. r. L. Wood was accidentally pushed off from a stack of straw and sustained a fracture of her rifirht arm near the shoulder. The Henry furnace and foundry Co. is operating its plant only four days a week at present. The Community cash meat market which has been doing business on North, Court street for the past few months is closed. Bernard Hunt moved his barber shop from the public square to rooms in the Funk restaurant building this week. E. D. Condon left oh Thursday for Columbus to visit relatives and will make an indefinite stay. A pleasant occasion was a party given in honor of Mrs. Fanny Gehman, at the home of her son, R. L. Gehmaiu South Court street, it being the eighty ninth anniversary of this venerable lady's birth. Those present to greet her were Mr. and Mrs. Eli Roshon, Mrs. Lucy Crawford, Mrs. Delia Woodward, Mrs. Reuben Hyde, Mr. R. F. Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sim merman and family and R. L. and Mrs. Gehman. Despite her advanced years, Mrs. Gehman enjoys very good health. It is the wish of her many friends that she may be spared many more years. Evangelistic services will be con ducted at the Baptist church, begin ning April 4 and continuing to April 10 inclusive. R. V. Miller of North Carolina will conduct the meetings. Mr. David J. Walters of Rittman and Miss Irene Robison of Burbank were united in marriage last Satur day at the Congregational parsonage by Rev. Wm. J. Drew. The last meeting of the year of the Medina Sorosis will be held Fri day, April 1, at the home of Mrs. J. F. Borger. A picnic supper will be served. The Harmony club met at the home of Mrs. Stanley Hartman on Wednesday evening. W. W. Bradway is remodeling his house on North street to make ac commodations for two families. EXCELLENT MUSIC FOR EASTERN CHURCHES As usual, all the churches of Me dina have arranged excellent musical programs for their respective Easter services this year, and which ever church one attends next Sunday, he will be assured of much that is both entertaining and edifying. The var ious Easter musical programs follow: Methodist Episcopal Church 7 Prayer and devotional meeting; 7:45, Easter breakfast; 10, baptism and reception of members; sermon by pastor; special music by choir; 11:15, Sunday school. Easter Vespers Choir. Soloists Mrs. P. C. Big elow, Miss Onla Easthouse, Mr. E. W. Barnes, Mr. F. 0. Bohley. Alfred Dannley, clarinet; John Beck, organist-director. Processional Prayer "From Cross to Crown" Peace Introduction Organ Chorus "Behold the Saviour of Mankind" Recitative-"The soldiers took Jesus" Mr. Barnes -Chorus "He hath borne our griefs" Quartet "When the Lord of earth and heaven" Recitative and Solo "And there followed Him a Great Com pany" Mr. Bohley Quartet "As a lamb to the slaughter taken" Chorus "Awake! Awake!" Recitative "Our Lord is risen from the dead" Mr. Bohley Solo "Hark, ten thousand voices" Mrs. Bigelow Quartet "Now the queen of sea sons bright Solo "Come ye faithful" Miss Easthouse Chorus "'Tis the spring of souls today" Solo and Quartet "In vain the stones" Mr. Bohley Solo and Chorus "O victor, aid us" Mrs. Bigelow Chorus "Christ the Lord is risen" . Solo and Quartet "O grave where is thy victory?" Mr. Bohley Chorus "Thanks be to God" - Recessional "0 Master let me walk with Thee" Congregation Benediction Postlude "March Champetre" Boex Congregational Church Prelude Laudate Domini Frytinger Processional No. 170 Invocation Anthem "In the End of the Sab bath Day" - Chaffn Scripture Prayer Solo "Christ is Risen" Bruno Huhn Mr. Bohley Hvmn No. 167 Carol "He is Risen" The Girls' Chorus Anthem "As Sleepvtakes Flight" - ----- Shelley Offertorv Praver Offertory Solo "The Lord is My ijignt - trancis AUxtsen i Mr. RarnAs I Carol "Golden Harps are Sound- mg" The Girls' Omnia Anthem "Awake Up My Glory" - I s': - . Marker Recessional No.. 185 " i Benediction Postlude "Finale in E flat" Faulkcs St. Paul's Church Easter Morning Prelude "Simple Aveu" Thome Martin Baldwin, violin Processional "Jesus Christ is Ris en Today" "Christ Our Passover" Soloist, Miss Offineer Reade Boyce Stults . Wiske Miss Gloria Tibi Te Deum Soloist, Mrs. Long Jubilate -Soloists, Miss Offineer, Thatcher, Mr. Best Hymn "The Strife is O'er" Kyrie Eleison Gloria Tibi Elvey Gounod Hymn "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing" Offertory Solo "Open the Gates of ' the Temple" Mr. Louis Best Doxology At the Holy Communion Sursum Corda - Camidge Sanctus - - J Camidge Hymn "Here, O M& Lord', I See Thee Face to Face" Gloria in Excelsis - Adlam Recessional "Come Ye Faithful" Postlude "Athalie" Mendelssohn Martin Baldwin, violin At the Vespers, at 4 p. m., at St. Paul's church, Nevih's beautiful can tata, "The Crucified", will "Tie sung by choir of 30 'voices, assisted by Mar tin Baldwin and Kenneth Sedgewick, violins. Full program of vesper ser vice follows: Processional "Come Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain" Gloria Patri - - J. Bamby Vesper Hymn "Softly Now the Light of Day" : Hymn "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" Cantata "The Crucified" Nevin Soloists Mrs. R. M. Long, soprano; Miss Florence Thatcher, contralto; Mr. L. D. Best, baritone. Men's quartet L. D. est, M. F. Bryant,Earl Thatcher, Samuel Brain ard. Ladies! quartet Mrs. R. M. Long, 'Misses Lucille Offineer, Mildred Cris ick, Florence Thatcher. Offertory "I Waited for the Lord" r Mendelssohn Mrs. R. M. Long, soprano, Mr. Ml F. Bryant, baritone Doxology Recessional "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing" Postlude "Fraternal March" : Violins: Martin Baldwin, Ken neth Sedgwick. KlllWIIillllllllM "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" OUR SLOGAN to any part of United States within a few hours. Phone us about it 1010 HAMMERSCHMIDT & CLARK Near Electric Depot Perhaps You Don't Know What Flavor You Want Then why not drop in and find out? The Chocolate Browns are as rich as a Landlord The Huckleberry Blues were never tastier The Apple Greens run just a little deep er than still Water And the new Cinnamon shades will lin ger in your memory like a coil of Golden Hair ( ' x'ytyl - ' ' No trouble to show the goods we re gard it a privilege to take you thru the new Spring modes and introduce you to the new fashionable models and un less we're very much mistaken, you'll be glad to inept them- Thos. Ferriman & Son MEDINA, First Baptist Church Morning1 Doxoldgy "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" Choir "0 Death Where is Thy Sting?" Choir Solo "Open the Gates of the Temple" E. M. Warren "God so Loved the World" Mixed Quartet Hymn Evening "Joy to the World".. Orchestra "Ride on in Majesty" Organ Solo "The Holy City" M. J. Deyell Cantata "The Easter Message" . Choir and Orchestra Hymn Soloists: Soprano, Mrs. Everett Warren; tenor-baritone, M. J. Dey ell; organ, Mrs. A. L. Beck. Church of Christ , Morning . 1 Special music by choir Solo "I Know that My Redeemer Lives" Mrs. M. C. Gage Orchestra Special music by Juniors at Sunday ' school Evening Special music by choir St Xavier's Church Vide aquem Mass in B flat . Leonard Regina coli ' Roaewig Benediction after mass. Regina Bartunek, soloist Mrs. Mary Leach, organist SHEEP CLAIMS ALLOWED TUa fAilAmrivtn ATaifno -fni ohnnn brill. ed and injured by dogs have been al lowed by the County Commissioners: Wf D. Briggs, Sharon township, 6 ewes killed, 1 ewe bitten, 3 lambs kill ed; total allowance, $103. Elton Mills, Wadsworth township, 8 sheep badly torn; allowance, $8. A. D. Freed, Wadsworth township, 1 sheep killed; allowance, $12. Chas. Wolff, York township, 1 lamb bitten and torn; allowance, $7.50. Howard White, Litchfield township, 10 ewes killed,. 8 bitten; allowance, $140. ' A. W. Nettleton, Medina township, 2 sheep killed, 1 injured; allowance, $25. Howard White, Litchfield township, 8 sheep killed; alowance, $80. s OHIO I 0. C. SHEPARD CO. DAY OLD CHICKS We have made arrangements to receive regular shipments of day old Chicks begin ning March 15. We Ml have the following breeds regularly: White, Brown and Buff Leghorns. Barred Rocks. Anconas. Rhode Island Reds. White Wyandots. We can secure any other breeds wanted. All Chicks sold by us are, guaranteed to come from pure bred stock and special at tention is paid to high production when ser lecting eggs for hatching. The hatchery we buy from makes it its business to see that the flocks it gets its eggs from are kept pure nd up-to-date, so that the stock can be relied up on absolutely. That is a part of the busi ness. Order your chicks now for delivery any time after March 15th. DAY OLD CHICK FEED When, planning for your baby chicks this year, whether youhatch them youselves, or buy them of us or some one else remember that we have feed that isexactly adapted to the purpose tf feeding little chicks. We have had years of experience in selling feed for little chicks and experience has taught us that a lot of care is necessary in selecting the feed for these tender little fellows. See us before you buy your chick feed. We can give you valuable information and help you make the correct selection. O.C. SHEPARD CO. 23 Public Square MEDINA, OHIO BBtraiiitiiiyrafciiffliiiiiinH Alter Saturday,, March 19, I wiu be on the job at S. S. Oatman's old stand to give you the best of service I t f T t t t f f f i i i and the lowpst prices on fine meats f and groceries. Watch my ad and f windows for specials after I get done with my spring house cleaning. Served eight years with the Me- J dina Packing Co. and Gehman and Simon. Don't forget your Easter Hams, (home cured) ... ....... . . 32c lb. CARL HOUGHTON , Proprietor. A- AA- AA. Afc. AA. AA. Afc The Baby Chick Fountain Fits Any Mason Jar Keeps water pure and dean. Automatically feeds just enough water no more. Can'tleak or overflow. Chicks cannot get wet Jar can be covered to keep water warm in cold weather and cool in hot weather. A life saver for baby chicks. Price only 25 Cents. A. MUNSON & SON Bad East Smith Road IB AA. AA. .A. J. j and I"