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Medina,, Ohio, April 22, 1921
PAGE THREE THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. The Seville Journal (Continued From Seventh Page) Fred Lowry and wife moved into Mrg. Mary Sheffler's house on Pleas ant street this week. The Friday club held a verv interest ing meeting last Friday night at the Methodist parsonage. Mrs. Gardi ner, hostess, served light refresh ments. The officers retired and the cjub disbanded. The following of ficers were elected for the new year: Mrs. Martha Showacre, president, Mrs. eo. Taylor, vice president, Bessie Wilder, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. John Lowrie entertained at djinner Tuesday at the noon hour, the Misses Noyes, Buttler and Bell Craw ford. Jake Nold entertained the Josepn Fixler Post of the American Legion and a few other friends in the Legion rooms on Monday night. It was tIMIMMIIIII MIIIIHII H Mill ItimtlMIl III II I X 1 1 1 I HUM Hill II f X Over-Size and Power at Low Cost When you want to use it, you will be agree ably surprised to find a surplus of 'power in the Oldsmobile Four that will carry you through any emergency of road or traffic. And that the tonneau has actually as much space as some seven-passenger cars. 1 The reason is that the Oldsmobile Four was designed deliberately for the average Ameri can family, who like a moderate-priced car of size and power beyond what they normally need. f And it is also built to endure so stoutly that the pleasure of the final cost of the extra service will eclipse even that of its attractive purchase price. It will well repay your time to let us show you why the Oldsmobile Four is so readily accepted as a better value. fjpls OLDSMOBILE DAGUE CO. Phone 4011. Medina, Ohio X 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1'l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'll lit t -H'! 1 1 HUH II HI I Ml X Jake's birthday anniversary. There , were 4 guests present and the Legion L boys presented Jake with a purse of.,' money for the occasion. lhe evening ! was pleasantly spent, and Jake prov : efl himself a fine host. ; Week-end guests at the C. E. J Swagler home were Mrs. S waller's brother Bert, wife and son, of Cleve ! land, and Datis Johnson, father of I Mrs. Swagler. Little Helen Walker is stitl laid up with her sprained ankle, not abl to step on her foot. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Lightning Rod Mutual Fire Protective associa tion was held on Saturday. Mr. Har ry Bissell of the O. G. Childs Co., of Utica N. Y., met with them to discuss plans for the Fire Prevention cam paign which they will put on this sum mer. This will be opened oft Satur day evening, April 30, with a practical fire prevention demonstration, in SeT ville, under the management of the O. G. Childs Co. MMIIllHlMM"lH'Hll I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 11 HIMW CHURCH NOTICES Presbyterian Church 10 a. m., morning worship, children sermon, special music; 11 a. m., Bible school; Josephine Lowery was elected Young People's secretary last Sab bath; 6:30 p.- m., Christian Endeavor "A Good Name and How to Obtain It;" 7:30"p. m., the Christian Endeav or wilj give(a public program, includ ing a pageant, special music, etc. ; Thursday, 7:30 p. m., Church night, iiiv-vuii tiiiu iviivuli 3 naming i class; 8:30 Quarterly Conference for) Sabbath school teachers and officers; Saturday, 3 p. m., Children's Training Class. Baptist Mornihg. service at 10; let us try to duplicate the splendid audience of last Sunday; let all those who have pledg ed on Missions and those who have not, try to be ready next Sunday, Apl. 24; S. S. at 11:15; you are needed; Junior B. U. at 6:30;evangelistic ser vices at 7:30. All welcome; prayer service at 7:30 Thursday evening. Methodist Episcopal Preaching service at 10 a. m., Sab bath school service at 11 a. m.; Ep worth League service at 6:30 p. m.; topic for Epworth League, "Self-Control and How to Get Its Rewards;" At 7:30 there will be. a special service conducted by the Queen Esther Circle and the Home Guards. You are cor dially invited to this interesting ser vice. Prayer and praise service on Thursday evening at 7:30. ' Last April Jonathan and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Ela Cotner, purchased the Pomeroy property and moved there, where his death occurred. He was of a family of eight chil dren, Alexander and Samuel died in childhood; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Frederick, also deceased, and two brothers, Bradford and 4 Eli, well known in this vicinity, preceded him to the Heavenly home. There is left to mourn his loss, two brothers Andrew of McArthur and Al len of Chippewa Lake; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Eli Cotner, several nieces and nephews, also other relatives and a host of friends. He was reared by parents who wert Presbyterians and always preferred that denomination, although he was in terested in the local church and at tended Sunday school and preaching services when health permitted. His life presents a good example of an upright pathway. He never en gaged in dissipation or frivolities, hence, his long life was free from af flicton; he had great strength, physi cally and mentally, years did not dim his mind, or weaken his hands, until much advanced in age, his handwriting was as precise as in youth. He was a studious reader and interested in problems of the world. A well di rected mind made him an instructive conversationalist. Although strong in his own convictions, he had great respect for the opinions of others. He will be missed in the home and to all his acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson and Mrs. Howard Kaufman of Lorain spent Tuesday with Mrs. Emma John son, Mr. Johnson's mother and Mrs. Kaufman's sister. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H ! ' t Chippewa Lake Park Dancing on the following Dates in May: Friday... 6th Friday 13th Friday..... 20th Saturday ..28th Music furnished by ART KOZLICK'S 5-PlECE ORCHESTRA OF CLEVELAND Park Opens May 30th- , H1IIHI t IIHIM II t Mill if III HHIMMIIIMIIIII llll FOR RENT A stable to rent Call on Mrs. LaVonne Bates for infor mation. East street. 35-2 LOST A watch on the school grounds. Finder please return to Miss Clara Bell Armstrong and avoid trouble. 351 HINCKLEY OBITUARY Jonathan Cotner was born in Wash ington county, Pa., on April 23, 1837,. and died at his home in the village of Chippewa Lake, Ohio, April 14, 1921, lacking nine days of being 87 years of age. When he was a child his parents moved from Pennsylvania to Jefferson county, ORio, where he spent his boy hood days and acquired a good ele mentary education in the local school. At the age of 18 years his parents came to Medina county purchasing a farm one mile east of Chippewa Lake. He at once began teaching school in the placed after a term he further edu cated himself by attending school in Medina. He made teaching a profes sion for a number of years. ' He was never married. After the death of his parents he made his home on the farm, together with his brother Eli and family. In 04 they sold the farm and lived a fenv years on the Beach farm in Westfield township, then purchasing their present farm in the the village of Chippewa Cake. Charles Waldo of Cleveland called on friends last Friday. Mrs. John Renz is seriously sick. Dr. Cumberworth is caring for her. Jim Johnson has sold his farm to Cleveland parties. Mrs. Anna Shook is caring for the twin babies at Lloyd Harris' at Ben nett's Corners. Mrs'. Annette Waite has returned to her home at the Center after spend ing the winter with her sister, Mrs. Orlando Wilcox.' William West and wife visited at his father's home the past week. The alumni supper will be furnish ed by the Domestic Science class this year. Hinckley has scarlet fever in the west part of the town. The community was shocked last Tuesday morning when the sad news came that Miss Myrta Ritze was dead. She was only confined to her bed the past week, but had been in poor health for nearly six months with diabetes. She leaves to mourn her, an aged father, four brothers, three sisters and two little nieces, whom she so tender lafc'cared for. Mr. Ritze and family have the sympathy of the entire com munity. Proceeds for the last Ladies' Aid society supper, $18.15. Who said Hinckley could not have' a new school house, A very enthusi astic election with a .vote of 178 for it and 36 against it. Joy bells rang out in the night for nearly one hour the old Methodist church bell, that has been silent for years, rang out its glorious chimes, probably its last ring for Hjnckley, for it is going to be sold to the highest bidder. , I ! ii i mi i ii h in mi i in ii i milium mil ii i iit BETTER LIVE STOCK : eat no more than scrubs, but they pay i better. A good herd is not built up in a day, j or a year, but a number of years of care : f ul breeding and selection will build up a paying herd. if We are erlad to loan monev tore- : sponsible farmers who require it to build up better herds. The Old Phoenix National Bank MEDINA, OHIO I I I l"l M M 1 1 H I"M"t"I"H-4"i"l"H"l"Hi"I"I"l"l"' EARL NEWTON PLAYED TO RECORD CROWDS LAST SUMMER AT WOOSTER, MASSILLON, BARBERTON, MT. VERNON, WELLINGTON, ORR VILLE, " WADSWORTH, and they air say, COME AGAIN! Sat. April 30th And All The Following Week NEWTON - LIVINGSTON Comedy Dramatic Co. Under Their Own Water-Proof Tent - Corner Washington and Huntington Sts. OPENING PLAY SATURDAY NIGHT ....THE COMEDY DRAMA.... "THE GIRL HE COULDN'T BUY" DAVID LIVINGSTON A SCREAM FROM START TO FINISH- Classy Vaudeville - Alex Spencer's Premier Orchestra IF COLD DAMP WEATHER TENT HEATED WITH COKE OVENS PRICES Children 10 cts. Plus 1 ct. Tax Adults 31 cts. Plus 4 cts. Tax. THE TENT GREATLY ENLARGED BUT COME EARLY IF YOU WANT A SEAT DOORS OPEN 7:20 SHOW SHARP 8:15 The show that broke all records last summer. Change of plays and vaude ville nightly. Come and see many of your old friends. "The classiest show of its kind that has played our city in years." Daily Record Wooster, Ohio.