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Medina, Ohio, August 4, 1921
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OBTOt, PAGE SEVEN PERSONALS Mrs. D. P. Clark of Bay City, Mich., is the guest of Mrs. F. O. Phillips this week. Mrs. H. S.Shute and family of Kentucky are 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Robinson. Mrs. Huber Root left Sunday night on a business trip to Texas. W. R. Bibbiris was in Columbus on business!? riday and Saturday; Miss Marion Oviatt is spending two weeks with friends in Carlton, O. Mr .and Mrs. E. E. Waters and children of Wellington are spending a few days with Mrs. A. P. Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Kline Heath and son of Lakewood will spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cowan, Mary and George Cowan of Bedford and Mrs, O'Dell and daughter of Cleve land were guests Wednesday of Mn A. P. Nichols. Mrs. Emily Silbey, Mr. Lewis and Miss Mame Silbey and Mr. and Mrs. S. Scott of Cleveland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs; W. H. Hobart. Miss Virginia Warner of Lakewood spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hobart. Mrs. Clarence Oviatt is the guest of her son, John, in Euclid Heights for two weeks. Mesdames Lillian Buckner and Hat tie Buckholder of Saginaw, Mich.,are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O.- Simmons. Miss Francis Bickley has returned after spending two weeks at her home in Sandusky. Miss Ruth Law of La Grange has been visiting at Hobart Edwards' home. Mrs. Robert Jones and daughter, Louise, are spending a couple of weeks at Rapid City, Mich. MEDIN ON SAVINGS Under State Supervision 4 SPECIAL ATTRACTION! CHIPPEWA LAKE PARK SUNDAY, AUGUST 7TH Louie Rich and his Orchestra with Hugo Oliver and Miss Church singing in duets and solos. ROSENTHAL'S ORCHESTRA, AUGUST UTH. LIGHT OPERA "PINAFORE" Beautifully staged. Elaborately costumed. Good music ; comic situations. Capable principals, chorus and orchestra. Pinafore's Tunes are catchy and different. Pinafore's Lines keep an audience on tip-toe. Pinafore's Notable Cast is of New York selection. Pinafore's Plot is worthy of its Gilbert and Sullivan musical setting. Attend this eternally popular opera at the MEDINA CHAUTAUQUA . TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16 There in the big brown tent you can forget all toil and worry as you revel in the invigorating relaxation of song, travesty and spectacle. Admission $1.10 Children 56c (And worth it) Mrs. J. L. Dealing went to Elyria last week for an extended visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Hubbell. Mrs. A. A. Scherrer and children returned last Saturday from Coshoc ton, where they spent two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Babcock and lit tle son are visiting relatives at Misha waka, Ind. Robert Jones and family are spend ing several weeks with relatives at Torch Lake, Mich. Dorothy and Max'ine Gates of Ak ron are visiting Miss Effie Gates. Mrs. A. F. Hange and son Paul spent the week-end with relatives in Cleveland. Miss Sara Heddleston of East Liv erpool, O., is the house guest of Miss Margaret Randall this week. Mr. Elbridge Gibbs and family vis ited several days this week in Dyaton, O. Herb. Blanchard is in Philadelphia on a business trip. Mr. Virgil Damon returned home from Columbus Tuesday night. Mrs. Point of N. Broadway, is at tending the camp meeting at Sharon Center this week. Mrs. C. L. Griesinger, daughter Pauline, Edith Shepard, Mrs. John Best and daughter Bernice, drove to Lodi last Thursday and visited with Mrs. Asa Dean. Mrs. Mary Moehle's two sons from Wyoming are expected here next week for a visit with , their mother. Their many Medina friends will be glad to learn that the boys have pros pered since they went West. Mrs. Margaret Lampson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ceylon Woodruff, in Detroit. Tony Cosoleto has returned home from his visit to his old home in Italy. His young son returned with him to make his home in Medina. A.OHIO GOOD NEIGHBORS This bank has won the esteem of its Medina county neighbors, as a friendly, human sort of bank, always efficient and always ready in its co operation. We want more of these GOOD NEIGHBORS from a mong our neighbors and our farmers. We like to have you bring us your business problems. It is to our mutual advantage. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllHllllllllllllllli Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Clark visited, recently in Elyria. C. Yf. Collins is visiting his broth er in Toledo. Misses Kate and Clara Wheatley are visiting friends at Cliftoa Springs, N. Y. Mrs. P. N. Yoder visited her daughter, Helerf, at Mt. Vernon last week. Mr. Lawrence Cole and bride will arrive next week to spend the month of August with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cole. They leave Sept 1 for Ann Arbor, Mich., where Mr. Cole will be one of the faculty in the University of Michigan. Messrs. P. Cannon, E. McDougall, L. R. Mann, S. S. Oatman, D. Winch and D. O. Musser motored to Hinck ley last Saturday to attend the annual Hinckley picnic. Mr. Floyd Van Deusen and family of Cleveland were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Van Deusen. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Waters and chil dren and Mrs. A. P. Nichols spent the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Longacre at the Longacre cot tage on the Community grounds. Miss Clara Fenn is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van Deusen in Cleveland this week. Mrs. J. Meese of Akron spent last week at Frank Renz's home. Mr. Meese came for the week-end. Mr. Fred Snyder of New YoYk City is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Kather- ine Kingsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyden and son Arthur left Saturday for a motor trip through Michigan. Mr. Nelson Stear was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dannley. Miss Ilah Jenne spent the week-end at the Community grounds, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Waite of Lodi. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spellman and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frank will leave next Saturday for a trip down the St. Lawrence river. Mr. Frank Krieder of Cleveland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Edwards. James Hallock of Lakewood has re covered from the injury he received several weeks ago while riding on his bicycle and will accompany his fath er to Washington, D. C, for a week or two. Judge N. H. McClure, E. C. Ziegler, N." O. Fuller and C. E. Jones are in Canada on a fishing trip. Miss Genevieve Brintnall will have as her guest over Sunday Miss Stella Lewis of Pittsburg. Mrs. Phoebe Boys has returned home after a several weeks' stay with friends in Akron. Mrs. Wm. Havens and daughter Louise of Columbus were house guests this week at Dr. G. J. Damon's home. Miss Ruth Sprankle of Youngstown and Mr. W. Dougherty of Cleveland will be the week-end guests of Misses Natalia and Marcella Fisher. Mrs. Monty Korell returned to Cleveland Tuesday after visiting it. Medina several weeks. Miss Louise Gray of Cleveland is the guest of Mrs. Floyd Stine. Mis? Helen Reigger is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barringer in Cleveland this week. Miss Nora Shraber of Cleveland is the guesf of Mrs. Floyd Bennett this week. Mrs; Tom Phillips and children of Akron are visiting Mrs. C. H. Hewes. Miss Maggie Beagrie of Detroit, is visitirg her cousin, C. B. Lowe, for a few days. Miss Beagrie holds a responsible position with the Edi son Electric Co. at Detroit. A. E. Washburn of Council Bluffs, la., is visiting his brother, Ward S. Washburn. Mr. Walter Webber returned Mon day from a fishing trip in Canada. Mr. Willis McClellan of Cleveland was a week-end guest at the home of C. L. Griesinger. Mrs. E. E. Rice of Brunswick is spending the week here with her brother, Elliott McDougall. Helen Miner of St. Luke's hospital spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miner. Albert Waltz of Mt. Dora, Fla., ar rived in town Sunday morning. His wife and daughter have been here . about a month staying at her sister's, j Mrs. John Beck's and her parents, G. : W. Swartz and wife of Mallet Creek. Miss Myrtle Halliwill and Miss Moore of Elyria, Mrs. Edith Fox of Youngstown and Mr .and Mrs. Levi Halliwill and family of West Rich j field, attende dthe funeral of the late Mrs. Delilah "Halliwill, held In Litch I field on Monday. NEW GAME LAWS READY The new game laws are ready for distribution. Copies can be procured from Deputy Game Protector C. E. Burkholder of Seville, or Mr. A. C. Baxter, Chief of Fish and Game Bur eau, Columbus, Ohio. There are many important changes. Under the new laws, it is unlawful to pursue game animals during the closed season. LET US FIX YOUR SHOES..... Prices reduced First-class work Best of sole leather Do it quick While you wait Make your Shoes look like new Parcel post work given prompt attention Any make of Rubber Heels put on for 50c While you wait Griesinger's NOTICE TO nONTOACTnin DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS DIVISION OP HIGHWAYS Sealed oroDosala will h roroivo it the office of the Director of Highways and Public Works, Columbus, Ohio.un til one o'clock P. M. (Central standard uiriej August iy, i2i, for Improve ments In: Medina County on Section "Seville" of me (Jieveland-Wooster Road, I. C. H. No. 25. Petition No. 4404 in Onilfr.r1 Township by grading and draining roadway and paving with Brick Width: Pavement 24 ft. Roadway 24 ft. Length 2155 ft or 0.41 miles estimated cost $39,278.35 Date set for completion December 31. The bidder must submit with his bid a proposal bond or certified check in an amount equal to five (5 per cent) per cent, of the estimated cost, but in no event more than ten thousand ($10,000. 00) dollars. Plans and specifications are on file In the office of the Resident Engineer and the Department of Highways and Pub lic Works,, Division of Highways. The Director of Highways reserves the right to reject any and all bids. (The successful bidder on this work will be required to enter into an agree ment with the State that thn Stota mill have the advantage of any decrease in ireignt rates on road material that may be made during the life of the con tract.) Leon C. Hnrrlplt Director of Highways and Public worKs. August 4 and 11. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS DEPARTMENT OP HIGHWAYS AND 1-UHLilU WORKS DIVISION OP HIGHWAYS Columbus. Ohio Auc-nat 1 im Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Director of Highways and Public Works. Columbus. Ohio, un til one o'clock P. M. (Central standard time) August 19, ' 1921, for improve ments in: Medina County on "Medina North" of the Clpveland-Wooster Road, I. C H No. 25. Petition No. 4303 in Medina Township by grading roadway, con structing drainage and paving with Monolithic Brick. Width: Pavement 22 ft. Roadway 31 Length 1703.7 ft. or 0.32 miles I Estimated cost $28,244.34 Date set for completion December 31. 1921 The bidder must submit with his bid a proposal bond or certified check in an amount eqal to five (5 per cent) per cent, of the estiated cost, but in no event more than ten thousand ($10,000. 00) dolalrs. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Resident Engineer and the Department of Highways and Public Works, Division of Highways. 1 The Director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. ( (The successful bidder on this work will be required to enter into an agree ment with the State that the State will have the advantage of any decrease in freight rates on road materials that may be made during the life of the con tract.) Leon C. Herrick Director of Highways and Public Works. August! and 11 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS DEPARTMENT OP HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS DIVISION OP HIGHWAYS Columbus, O. August 1, 1921 Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Director of Highways and Public Works, Columbus, Ohio, un til one o'clock P. M. (Central standard time) August 19, 1921, for improve ments in: Proposals No. 1 Medina County on Section "S" of the Cleveland-Wooster Road, I, C. H. No. 25, Petition No. 4307 in Montville town ship, by grading roadway, construct ing bridges and Culverts and paving with Concrete. Width: Pavement 16 ft. Roadway 26 ft. Length 17240 ft. or 3.265 miles Estimated cost of construction $128,061.56 Date set for completion-August 1, 1922 Proposal No. 2 Medina County on Section "Medina South" of the Cleveland-Wooster Road, I. C. H. No. 25, Petition No. 4307 in Montville Township, by grading road way, constructing bridges and culverts and paving with Concrete Width: Pavement 16 ft. Roadway 26 ft. Length 1835 ft. or 0.347 miles Date set for completion August 1, 1922 Estimated cost of construction $18,790.98 V , The bidder must submit with his bid a proposal bond or certified check in an amount equal to five (5 per cent) per cent., of the estimated cost, but in no event more than ten thousand ($10,000. 00) dollars. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Resident Engineer and the Department of Highways and Public Works, Divismion of Highways. THe Director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. (The successful bidder on this work will be required to enter into an agree ment with the State that the State will have the advantage of any decrease In freight rates on road material that may be made during the life of the con tract. - Leon C. Herrick Director of Highways and Public Works. Augustjindn NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Medina Village, Ohio, School District will receive seal ed bids up to the hour of 6:00 P. M. on the '3d day of August. 1921, for the conveyance of pupils residing in Mont ville Township, on or near the Pike as provided by law, to the school houses in Medina village. The tfoara or Edu cation reserving the right to reject any or all Bids. ' C B. Jones, Clerk SAYHE GRIESINGER that work shoe I bought of you for $3.90 is the most comfortable Shoe I ever had." THAT'S WHAT THEY ALL SAY IT'S SOME SHOE THEY ALL TRY TO IMITATE THE SHOE AND PRICE, BUT NOTHING DOING THIS SHOE IS OUR SHOE MADE FOR US IT'S THE BEST VALUE EVER PUT OUT FOR A WORK SHOE $3.90 IS THE PRICE ANY SIZE YOU WANT NEVER RIPS GRIESINGER TheWARNER-HEMMETER Co. THE QUALITY STORE Children's Gingham There is no dress more serviceable and ap propriate for children's wear than the gingham. For morning wear plainer ones are plenty good enough, while the prettier ones will do well for more dressy times. Your girl should have a good supply of ging ham dresses and just now we are featuring our fine line of new gingham frocks, including the well-known "CADILLACS." We don't think you have ever seen prettier styles or more be coming patterns checks, plaids, stripes or plain gingham. These frocks are simple yet smart they are neatly and effectively trimmed in various ways they are easily laundered and will wear well, but above all, the prices are no more, in most instances, than you would pay for as good a quality of material if you bought it by the yard. Remember this and also consider your time and labor as important factors when count ing the cost. We're offering these dresses now at one fourth off. Come and select your daughter's new ones before the prettiest ones are gone she will need several for the rest of the summer and for school wear. GINGHAM FROCKS FOR WOMEN Also offered at interesting prices. Those that formerly sold from $4.95 to $12.50 are now priced from $1.95 to $4.95 DID YOU KNOW That weare offering a rather attractive group of specials just now? Look over this list and see if you don't think so. SILK DRESSES- Taffeta, tricolette, messaline, Georgette, crepe-de-chine, etc., every one we have in stock at exactly 50 per cent. off. Don't fail to see these the material alone is worth the price. PRICE i2 OFF SILK PETTICOATS Gray or sombre to suit your fancy every one we have in stock at PRICE V2 OFF DRESS SKIRTS- Ymur choice of any wo1 or cottD1 dress skirt at 50 per cent, off. There are some wonderful values among these particu larly in large sizes. It will be worth while to look at these there are white cotton skirts, plain dark wool and stripes, plaids and fancy sport skirts. Come and see PRICE.. y2 OFF OVERBLOUSES- Most attractive lot of bright cotton blouses in pink, rose, peach, jade, maize and blue. Very good looking blouses to wear With a white skirt. PRICE 75c to $3.75 BLOUSES of various materials voiles, batiste, crep-de-chine, Georgette, fancy striped silk, etc., are offered in groups BATHING SUITS-We're showin the best looking bathin suits we have ever carried. Come nd get one before going for your vacation. PRICE. iJoPF BATHING CAPS. PRICE BATHING SHOEs! PU1CV TheWARNER-HEMMETER Dresses Co.