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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
Medina, Ohio, July 28, 1921 PAGE TWO 1 Brunswick B. S. Brainard had his two white oxen taken to Cleveland last week in Slater's truck to be used in the parade for the anniversary. Arthur Brassee of Washington, D. G, has recently entered the ministry of the Church of Christ people and will be here on a visit and on Sunday, Aug. 7, will preach at the Uiscipie church. Arthur made his home here for years with his uncle, Theo. Chap man, a nd was one of the route mail carriers, so is well known. He was a graduate of- our high school in 1940. His wife and two children will ac company him. Harold Barber was the first to have sweet corn on the market. Some of the members of the Ep worth League went to Strongsville Sunday evening and attended services. Henry Barton, wife and her grand son of New Philadelphia, drove up Saturday and visited over Sunday at A. Brown's and W. E. Vaughn's. Mrs. Anna Case visited a few days in Hinckley at her son's, Melvin Case'. Grange meeting Aug. 2. A large delegation from this Grange attended the Pomona Grange picnic held last Saturday at C. Ganyard's at Granger and report a fine time. Mrs. Amy Saunders of Lodi was a caller in town Sunday morning and told of how her husband had sold out his meat market at Lodi, and by the first of September they will start on a trip thru the west. Frank Kinsley, wife and two chil dren of Pittsburg are here on a visit at his father's. E. C Miner and family moved to Medina this week. At present no. one goes into the house they vacate. Mrs. Jessie Oehlhoff attended the funeral of Newton Jordon in Cleve land last Thursday. Mr. Jordon and family lived here at one time and was well known. He leaves a wife, daughter, Mrs. Cora Rowley, two sons Robert and Archie, and a boy, Frank, that they brought up. The Rebekah team went to Berea Wednesday evening and initiated sev eral candidates. Grant Tillotson and wife spent Sun day at her brother's, Carl High's, east of Medina. E. C. Miner and wife were callers at Melvin Case's in Hinckley. Sunday afternoon. Royalton team played our team Sat urday afternoon and won, 7-1. On Sunday West Salem team came up and played and won 7-11. J. F. Babcock and wife, W. E.' Vaughn and wife, C. G. Gibbs and wife, Mrs. A. PT Gibbs, Mrs. M. J. Hawkins, Mrs. E. E. Rice, Mrs. Mary Brant, Mrs. Frank Horton and Mrs. E. C. Miner attended the funeral of Mrs. C. C. Kenyon Monday afternoon in Medina. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon were charter members of this Disciple church and were good faithful mem bers for years. Last Wednesday afternoon Elmer Benjamin entertained nine little friends in honor of Alice and Lillian Anderson, who were out to the neigh bors on a, visit. The girls lived at Sherman's Corners last year and at tended school. Now they are in Cleveland with their uncle and aunt. Kenneth Root, a grandson of Mrs. E. E. Rice, is in a hospital in Michi gan, where he had an operation for appendicitis. Alice Kehrn entertained the follow ing schoolmates over Sunday: Miss Caroline Wack of Elyria and Miss Martha Brickbill of Pennsylvania. Mrs. A. P. Gibbs entertains the Gibbs reunion on Aug. 4and they will eat thier dinner in the basement of the Disciple church. That was a sad case, the death of Sam Mantz, aged 25 years. His father owns the Albert Evans farm, but the son was living at Dublin, O. On the evening of July 10, he was out riding with his lady friend and had stopped on the roadway, when two men stepped up to his machine and one told him to hold up his hands. As Sam had recently been appointed dep uty sheriff, he reached for his revolv er ,and the other fellow shot him in the back He died before morning. He was buried at Marion, O. He leaves a sister besides father and moth er. Lightning struck the corner of Sam Tibbitt's house and tore off boards on one side of the house and window casing. There was no fire, but Mrs. Tibbitts was stunned for a short time. During the storm Monday evening the power went off and we were tn darkness all night Lightning struck the box on the telephone pole la front of the exchange. Eugene Williams is painting the Methodist parsonage. Remember the Brunswick reunion day for Saturday, Aug. 13. The ladies at the Methodist church will furnish a 35-cent dinner. Leinsider school district reunion will be Aug. 20. The wife and two young children of . the man on the Ed. Srp farm came last Saturday from the old countrty. i smMj Cigarette To seal In th delicious Burloy tobacco flavor. It's Toasted This is my last news letter to the Sentinel and we thank all who have helped with the news and we hope our successor will be accorded the same valuable aid. Grangerburg Mr. Clark and family, Mr. Stevens and family and Mr. Farrell from Ak ron were Sunday visitors at John Burdett's. ' Charlie and Kent Webster visited at Dr. Smith's in Cuyahoga Falls orer Sunday. Copley and Granger teams played ball at the K. O. T. M. grounds Sun day, rGanger winning 10-9. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Graff with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graff and Delmer spent Sunday at Brookside park, calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henn while in Cleveland. Mr. Grossenbacher and family spent Sunday in Cleveland at Mr. Grossen- bacher's sister. Geo. Codding and wife and Carl Graff and family motored to Welling ton last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young spent Saturday in Weymouth. Blanche Harrin with two lady friends from Rochester, N. Y., visited their cousin, Mrs. Edna Bagley, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bagley spent Sunday at Rex Fryman's in Copley. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hasbrook from Ravenna and Mr. and Mrs. Hod.Dun sha from Copley, called at Finn And erson's Saturday afternoon, . The Granger picnic held Saturday at C. Z. Ganyard's was w?;l attended; over 100 ate dinner and some came af ter. Much credit was due the musi cians, Bernice Barriett and Daisy Davis, for their splendid vocal an' violin duets in which they were ably accompanied by Mrs. Comberworth. Fred Anderson, Jr., has moved into the fiarnctt house. Mr. tnd Mis Eddy and daughter, Mis3 Hattie Kenton of Cleveland, spent the week-end at John Kintons. I an el Rhinehart Jr., is seriously ill with appendicitis. The grandmother at Mr. Stagney's on the J. C. Indoe farm, fell and seri ously injured her head, Monday night, necessitating eight stitches. The Farm Bureau and Mother's club meet Friday evening Aug. .5, at G. H. S. Program: "Dressmaking" "Dressing the little folks," Mrs. Beryl Davis; "Dressmaking for the school girl and boy", Mrs. Rena Chrisman; "Dressmaking for the grown-ups," Mrs. Markam. Mrs. Markam will endeavor to answer any puzzling dressmaking questions. Answer roll call by "Current Events." Junior Y. M. C. A. played ball against Leroy Y. M. C. A., winning 7-6. Our Juniors play a fine game, winning over Leroy boys nearly twice as large. Mrs. Cora Darwin spent Wednesday and Thursday at Mrs. Alta Webster's. Dr. and Mrs. Reed and Dora spent last Thursday at Grangerburg. Ralph Whipple and, family spent Thursday at the Rhodda home. S. W. Ganyard spent one day last week at Elbridge Ganyard's at Ben nett's Corners. Lafayette Mrs. Thompson of Atlanta, Ga., spent the latter part of last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. S. E. Bachtell. Mrs. Frank Fish of Berea and Esther Brown of Lakewood spent Saturday at Mrs. Bachtell's. Mr. Fred Gott and wife and Mr. James Bachtell and wife of Litchfield spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ruby spent Sun day in Orrville. ' Win. Bagley and family spent Sun day in Berea. Mrs. Grover Grim's mother of Coshocton is spending some tjme with her. Mr. Muir's father from Pope spent Saturday and Sunday with them, the three grandchildren returning with him to spend a week. Mr. Floyd Shaw and family Sunday at E. P. Shaw's. Mr. -Frank-Davis and family spent Sunday at Q. A. Davis'. The janitorship and the school routes were let Monday night. H. j C. Adams was elected janitor at $40 a month. Route No. 1, H. G Adams, Camp Fire Girls will give another $4.80 a day; No. 2, J. B. Ewing, $3.75 play, "Georgianna's Wedding Gown,", a day; No. 3 W. J. Bagley, $3.70 a' and a "Case of Suspension." Every day; o. 4, E. P. Shaw, $2.80 a day; No. ; body come out and hear the girls. S, C. E. Cowling, $3.50 a day; No. 6, Home talent beats them all. Hugh Donnley, $4.80 a day; No. 7, Alma Kellogg and Margarete Kel W. H. Barnhart, $3.90 a day; No. 8, logg are spending some time" with H. F. Mabry, $4.00 a day. 1 their Grandmother Andrews. Mr. Wayne Moyer and Miss Myrtle j Work on the school house was not Lance and Mr. and Mrs. Blake Lance commenced last week ,as was reported spent Sunday in Cleveland. John Dunn and wife and Claire East Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lance and wood and wife are taking their vaca Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lance spent Sun- tion now. They started Monday day at Euclid Beach. : morning in an auto to Buffalo, Canada Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Whitney spent and up the lakes, and will be gone the week at L. J. Myer's and with two weeks. other relatives. Remson Corners Steve Randall has sold his farm to Cleveland parties, who expect to take possession soon and Mr. and Mrs. Randall will move in with Mrs. Daguo for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lance and daughter of Cleveland visited at the home of Sam Albertson Sunday. Paul Young, who has been attend ing O. S. U., is home for the summer. Franklin Howe of Cleveland and Raymond Pope of Euclid Beach spent last week at Harry Kuder's. The Farm Bureau and Mothers' club will meet Aug. 5. Subject for Mothers' club, "Dressmaking." The K. O. T. M. ball team played I i nnliir Qn n 4 l r Qsj-va O (m 1A is-i favor of the K. O. T. M. Mrs. Lucile Keitt is spending week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Case Mr. and Mrs. John Kinton enter tained company from Cleveland Sun day. B. C. Kimball and wife attended the Tompkins reunion in Medina last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson enter tained callers from Medina Sunday. One of the carpenters, Ed. Kirby of Bath, who has been working on Frank S 3. u71 "ZZZsJZ: tj. i i i ,.' . . . was taken nome and is reported as getting along nicely. j Little Evelyn Davis visited her , grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar' Wiley in Medina from Friday until Sunday. Her parents, Ed. Davis ana wife, spent Sunday at Edgar Wiley's and brought Evelyn home with them. Frank Welton of Wooster spent the week-end with relatives, here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Case and daugh ter, Mrs. Keitt of Akron, spent Mon day in Richfield with Mr. Sherman Bigelow. Hubert Reid is quite poorly at this writing. i Weymouth Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Plum spent from Thursday until Sunday at Youngstown. i There will be an ice-cream social given by the ladies of the church on ' Friday evening, July 29. I Mrs. Russell Baysinger spent a few days last week with E. J. Turnar and family at Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Waldsmith and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Palmer of Akron spent Sunday at E. Z. Worden's. Mrs. Palmer remained with her parents for a few days. Miss Ruth Griswold of Copley was entertained over the week-end as a guest of Mrs. Leland Einhart. Mr. and Mrs. Will Warner spent the week-end at Fred Davis' at Grang er. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young of Granger and Mrs. Esgate of Akron spent Saturday at Jim Crook's. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bonawit and Miss Edith Bonawit of Rising Sun, were last. week guests at the home of E. E. Smedley. Mrs. Mary French and Grandson. Howard Van Epp, are with Mr. Paul Van Epp at Catawba Island. home Mr. and Mrs. Walters of Waas ! worth and Miss Leila Hall of Mineral spent City visited Sunday with their cousin, j Mrs. Inez Bartholomew. Hinckley Next Friday night, July 29, the Proceeds from the Camp Fire Girls' play last Friday night was $37.75. A good turnout; many thanks. A large attendance at the Ladies' Aid society last Thursday; $1220 was taken in for supper. Mrs. Melviua Smith will care for th. nf Tnhn Dnn hit th. family is away. Evelyn Balone is staying a few days at the home of A. E. Hyre. , The next Aid society meeting will be held at the home of Geo. Kuder Aug. 4. Everybody invited. i1 Harry Welton of Richfield visited, at H. P. Riley's Sunday. I Valley City Mrs. F. A. Weidner has left for Lansing and Detroit, Mich., where she will spent a few weeks visiting rela tives and friends HanAir T Tint As nrA (n mlv rt( rinvA. ' ,and spent week.end at the home of Mr. Ulmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulmer. j The Valley City folks are death on the dust germ for all along Main street with the exception of a few! spots the road has been oiled. Poultry culling demonstration will be held next Thursday morning at Gust Schmidt's. and at Aaron Artmans in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Dawson of !T"" Weidner's last Saturday evening, Mr Dawson is one of the Ohio State Farm Bureau leaders under which Mr. Weidner worked last winter. Children's day eercises will be held at Zion's Lutheran church nexxt Sun- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gunkelman of Lakewood were visitors among rela tives here last Sunday. The school routes will be sold to the lowest bidder Saturday evening, Aug. 13, a tthe Liverpool town hall. Copley j Mrs. Lizzie Low entertained her j father, John McFarlane and her sister, I Eva McFarlane, both of East Granger ; Sunday. " Mr- and Mrs. G. L. Schweikert are entertaining Mrs. Emma Schweiiccrt of Cincin ?ti and Mis Kate Doni of Ravenna, Fred Ba, left Tuesday morning for Coluir.V.! on a business trip. MisS Mmiel Swift is spending the week witr her uncle and aunt and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Shy and faml- at Kenmore. Mn. Luc Lmery attended the fun eral of her aunt, Mrs. Amanda Gibbs, who died at the Sumner home Satur day at the age of 80 years. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ringler are now moving into their new home, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Taylor buried their infant son at Loyal Oak ceme tery Tuesday. Read the Sentinel for the news CARD OF THANKS To those neighbors and friends who have given their service and their sympathy during the sickness and af ter the death of the wife and mother of our home, we extend our sincere thanks and genuine appreciation. C. C. Kenyon and Sons THE STATE OF OHIO ) MWH1MA PnTTWTV -m wunt m. i mm I IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS jr. j. ruuL ) PLAINTIFF ) VS f HENRY WEIOANO JOSEPH NEMITH ) DEFENDANTS. ) "LEGAL NOTICB" Henry Welsrand and Joaeoh Nemlth. whose last known nlace of realdance was at WhlUett, In the State of Pen nsylvania, Will take notice that on the 2d day of July. A. D. 1921, F. J. riled .his Petition In the Court or mdii Pleas of Medina County. Ohio, 1 1 m ; ajeainat the above named Hanrv Wl grand and Joseph Nemith, praylna for th reoorary of the possession of about BumThrw HdrMninarsr( J 09.0? for the use of said premises from the M Aften?UVneI in , this proceeding. Said Henry Wei- MAWe? aarM "fLJKytJ!1 D 84 ot aff tembe, WwW a ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE Six (6) Cents a Line for Each Insertion, If Paid La Advance; Ten (10) Cents a Line if Charged. FOR SALE FOR SALE Barn with lot. A-l. condition. 515 W- Liberty.' St. or without Inquire at 46tf FOR SALE Team of horses, age 7 yrs., and harness; weight 3200, good at all work. Howard Widdifield, Brunswick, Stop 66 on car line.482p FOR SALE On acocunt of leaving town, I will offer my home, 559 Wadsworth road, gas, electricity, city water, cistern and well. I. W. Gilbert. 48tf FOR RENT FOR RENT 1-2 large brick house. J. M. Shive, Phone 1279. lwp. FOR RENT Furnished room. Miss Miss Triffit, 132"W. Washington St. LOST - " . LOSTVGray automobile tool case Ed Bost lw ; containing tools. w,ck Medina, O. Mrs. FOUND FOUND-r-Small gold ring. Owner can have same by calling! at the Sentinel office and paying for -the cost of this notice. 491 Says Phosphates Make Beautiful Wo men and Strong, Healthy, Vigorous, Robust Men. Physicians aU over the world in r eriMa;i fcMta to Mss m nm down enemle conditions aM ttM who have treated their pattest ehan King: thin .anemic won. en with toneless tlssnes, flab by flesh. 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Free sample mailed by the "Laboratories, Atlanta, Ga. Arg-o HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR POULTRY tSJttfllsrmluM EGGS Geo. Moore Chippewa Lake, Ohio Phone M153 Smith Road Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pelz and Mrs. E. R. Baum were visitors ift Cleve land Sunday. M. B. Huntzinger and G. M. Hunt zinger and family and Mrs. Irma Pritchard and. daughter, Ruth, spent a few days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dreisbach at tended the funeral of Mr. Dreisbach's father at Dreisbach hill, Friday. Sidney Uhnick, Adam Rumpf, Geo. Ever Try Telling "NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH"? See what happened when BOB BENNETT tried it on a $10,000 wager. Here's what New York Bays of the play: JOURNAL: "Greatest laugh-maker." POST: "Wholesome fun." J WORLD: "Gales of laughter." TIMES: "Entirely original." SUN: "Most entertaining." ITS COMING TO THE REDPATH Chautauqua Saturday August 13 Admission $1.10 n . Children 66c BETTER BUY A SEASON .TICKET. ADMITTING TO ALL. SESSIONS ADULT $2.76; CHILDREN $1.38. (Including war tax) WANTED" WANTED Odd jobs of carpenter work. Ed. Bostwick, Phone 1233. 40tf WANTED To rnt house or 5 or 6 rooms by September. H. L. Kern an, Munson's Hardware. 482p W A NTT. n Man n ..,rt, Anll farm, by month, 6 mos., or year. W D. Koons, Medina, O. 45tf. WANTED Salesman to demonstrate and take orders for Economy Oil Heaters for cook and heating stoves. A fast selling article. For particu lars, write A. M. Smith, 4114 Frank lin are., Geveland. - lwp MISCELLANEOUS IF YOU want farm help or if yon want work on farm, call Farm Bu reau office. Phone 3103. 3Uf WHY PAY RETAIL PRICESHoY your groceries? We have fancy and staple groceries at wholesale prices, including granulated sugar at . 4 cents a pound. Address Box 7, Chippewa Lake. lwp Betz and Schuyler Wagar were in Me dina luesday. Mrs. Youngs of Lorain is visiting at the home of C. J. Miller. f WHITE LEAD T Headquarters for aH Paints and Supplies Morley White Leal : S. W. Paint We have a large stock rare Turpentine and Linseed Oil. Office open Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days. B. H. IHummaw D. 0. EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST Glasses Fitted No Drugs Used. South Side Square USE A SHARPLES MO-TO MILKER with your farm lighting plant no installation necessary, we can also furnish a SHARPLES pipe line milker. E. F. MUSSER Medina. Ohio ""3 OATMAN'S X sis HARDWARE X A na, aSmT ! V rTWsV A