St)INA, OHIO, SEPT. 8, 1921.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
'' Rtimor is that the A. A. Carver j Walter Hay and Geo. Taylor made
and family are back in Ohio. They a business trip to Ashland Thursday
wHI get the glad hand from the Se- of last week.
vHHsns. j Mrs. Harl George of Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. eGo. Penny of Mon- spent the week-end with Seville
ifeMich., are In Seville putting im- friends.
JWrveteents on their property on U Mr. and Mrs. James Shonp and
Plewftint Btreet, one of the improve-
nfeiw being a nice new brick, porch,
wttch adds much tolhe Wks W
Mr. and Mrs. Kernel Marouette of
I WW, J,T,rli their
Marquette, on Suny
enjoyed the short
abd son Corwin re-
Hall, Mich., and had a
tle daughters Now and Gene, and
WlenJPr attended: tiw Hewitt
HWo Ashtabjtfa Labor Day;
Mrs. Austin, Miss Madge Smith
Yandflke flfCleiwOand visited friends
The Anderson reunion was held at
htr v$ i ftiP. ' Ufeftr ajr. There
in uu , were 76 frtenriu mH wWi.
I ' J 7 HWf 1 'ITT J WW r W W T j V-O
ent, who came from Creston, Wads
worth, Akron, Cleveland, Canton,
Sterling, Eobertsville, North Indus
VgiJUdy Louisville. All came with
full baskets of good eats. The tables
seated 49. All enjoyed the annual
Mr. and Mrs. William Graff and
f Cleveland spent
mlbn Martha Bawley. , hnfiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G. C
J?i ??S5Ti)ivVi3 Ws week
is to be erected, beginning
fhfa'fcsday inorhlng, " A nicture show
ak dance' hall, next to the hotel on
Main street. It is to be 35x90 feet.
i&ure show On the first floor. a3
dance hall on the second. ' t may go
on the second floor when it is finished
Mis Mildred Coolman and (Miss Rea
Cahoon entered business college at
Wooster this week.
Rev. Woodworth and family left
hist week Wednesday for Perry, 0.,
where Rev. Woodworth has accepted
a call to preach. They shipped their
in their auto. The best wishes of
many friends of Rev. and Mrs.
Woodworth follow them to their new
w8trs. ''Frank Harry took her mother, i.n,lt.v,iA nnAa n ,, n n mil
Mrs. bkeiiey, who nas Deen visiwng rQftd and fte family droye
nef lor a lew weeKS to uer uuiue iu
Miilersburg last Sunday.
Miss Helen Welday will take up her
school work again in Valley City, i fieW of
where she was last year and was
very successful. ,
Miss Esther Simon wept to Oberlin
Monday where she will enter college
this year.' Her parents and Raymond
took her to Oberlin in the auto.
idr. and Mrs. Quelman of Rittman
Irere Sunday guests of their parents,
at the Cotton home.
Mrs. Delia Frazier of Cleveland
at the week-end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Braun and
Mr. and Mrs. Armbruster
son of Cleveland, called at. the
H. Brotts home Wednesday after-
on. They were taking a pleasure
m : - . .
Hugh Brumbaugh of Vieveiana
at Labor Day with his mother and
Sster-in-law, at the Brumbaugh home
Miss LaNorr Sullinger of Barber-
ton spent the weekend with her
friend, Maxine Myers.
" Mrs. F. E. Downing and daughter
Bertha of Portland; Ore., visited Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Snyder left wsek, and
persuaded Clifton Snyder to go to
Portland with them.
Bert Taylor and wife of Medina
-were Seville callers Saturday after
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
SEPT. 9 and 10
George Loane Tucker's
THE MIRACLE MAN"
Featuring Thomas Meigan
A Paramount Picture
Burton Homes Travalogue
MONDAY, SEPT. 12
William Fox Presents
"THE TIGER'S CLUB"
Clyde Cook Comedy
WED. SEPT. 14
William Fox Presents
"Her Dog-gone Wedding"
Two Shows 7:10 and 9 p. m.
Prices 15c and 25c, tax included
, L. L, Welday came home Monday
from Memphis, Tenn., where he is
overseer of a large ranch, and will
be with his family for a few weeks.
His daughter Helen, who had beerf
visiting friends in Memphis, return
ed with him.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Kreiling were
week-end and Labor Day guests of
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brotts.
Mrs. Alice Longacre of Creston was
the guest of Mrs. Emma Drushel
from Friday until Labor Day. She
spent Saturday shopping in Cleve
land, and also took supper with Mrs.
W. G. Brumbaugh on Friday even
ing. Mr. Longacre joined her on
Sunday morning and were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. H. J. Kaufman and son Hat
old of Lorain visited Mrs. Kaufman's
sisters, Mrs. Johnson, Crofoot and
Colton, a few days of last week, and
called on the correspondent and gave
her a subscription for the Sentinel
Rev. Mr. H..Woolf returned Mon
day from Columbiana county; where
he took part Sunday in the Centeni
nial celebration Of . Bethel ' church
Salineville, 0. Five living pastors of
ihu chuwh were all nresent and took
- lart in the prep-ram. Rev. Wool!
was pastor of this large open country
church of 250 members from' 1912 to
117. An ;. uttehee,, of almost 800
people were present Sunday, while
about 1000 were present Saturda
This church is one of the exceptional
country churches while many country-churches
aw forever closed-, this
church grows strbigef wther
Such a host of friends are a power
ful testimony of what this church-has
done for the generations past, and!
for tiie present generation. This
church has only had six pastors in
the last seventy-one years.
H. H. Kindig and family and Yern
Wheeler spent Sunday in Cleveland
at the home of Mrs. Kindig's sister.
Mesdames J. O. Eshelman, Alice
Crawford, Don L. Crawford and
daughters, H. H. Kindig and daugh
ter, Walter Fuller and son and G. F.
Abbott and two sons were entertained
at the home of Mrs. R.N. Smith at
The Reoublican caucus was held
last Thursday evening and the fol
lowing men were nominated for of
fice: For mayor, Guy Zigler; clerk,
Paul Wilder; treas., John Minton;
marshal, Charles Rennacker; council,
John Carr, W. G. Brumbaugh, F. H.
Criner, Fred D. Lbwry, L. W. Lea
and F. O. Foster; service board, B.
E. Hartman, Shirley Crofoote and
Harley Williams; school board, Len
ard Easton, Ray Rosenburger, Elmer
Lee, Cay Swagler and Hershel Eshelman.
The Democratic caucus will be
held sometime this week.
School opened up on Monday morn
ing with the following teachers: F.
D. Riffey, superintendent; Mildred
Wharton, Walter Hulse, Vincent
Ward and Marjorie Bennett, high
school; Miss LaVonne Coolman, ju
nior high; Leah Pohzehl, grade 6;
Mrs. F. D. Riffey, grade 5; Mildred
Meyers, grade 4; Miss.Thresa Fraz
ier, grade 1.
The Seville ball team played in
Wadswotth Saturday: 14 innrhgs were
played and the score stood 10 to 10.
The Wadsworth team decided to quit
so of course Seville won the game.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wideman en
tertained over the week-end and
Labor day, Mr. and. Mrs. Hart and
daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Widman and Mis Jessie Wld
man, all of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kingsbury of
Elyria spent the week end With their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Murray,
and took their three little girls who
have been spending the summer with
Grandma and Grandpa Murray, home
M.-j. F. N. Smith of Medina enter
tamed at t;inn r Thursday at the noon
hour in horor of her niece, Mrs. Wal
ter Fuller of Cleveland. The follow
ing guests from Seville were present
Mrs. J. M. Crawford, Mrs. H. H
Kindig and daughter Virginia, ' Mrs
Don Crawford and daughter Jane,
and Mrs. J. O. Eshelman and Mrs.
George Abbott and two sons and Har
Miss Josephine Lowrie and friends,
M'.ss Woodruff and Miss Powers, en
joyed a flight in the airplane at Chip
pewa Lake Saturday.
Raymond Lowrie of Cicago spent
Labor day with his mother and sis
Myra Woodruff and Josephine
Powers of Columbus spent the week
end at the Lowrie home
Miss Clara Raynor-Ranik, instruc
tor in the physical education depart
ment of Ohio State university, spent
a few days with Josephine Lowrie,
enroute from Otsego, Mich., to Columbus.
Mrs. Geo. Halliwill and daughter
Dorothy joined Mr. and Mrs. Cramer
of Barberton in an auto trip to Shel
by, O., Saturday afternoon and
Staged over Labor day.
Miss LaVonne Gottman attended
the Medina county teachers' institute
in Medina last week.
Miss Kathline Lowrie will teach
in Wooster this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hewitt, Archy
Hewitt, Grandma Hewitt and Ruth
Coolman packed their camping out
fit and started for Niagara Falls, on
Presbyterian Church by the Council of the Village of Medina
m., sermon,"The Marvel oSmt3SS?
Unbelief;" 11 a. m., Bible school; "The Htagt w"v-ur"
i iliac ti ja Dy ine Council
Teaching of the Gospel is the Stra
tegic Work of the Church;" Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m., leader, Esther
Simons. 7:30 p. m., sermOn by pas
tor, special music.
The farewell reception to Misses
Noyes and Butler last Thursday eve
hing will never be forgotten by the
people of the Presbyterian church.A
multitude of good things were pre
pared for them. -First, was the
bounteous picnic supper and feast of
fellowship; then the Seville orches
tra gave the choicest of productions;
Mrs. Foster excelled her reputation in
her three -selections, ending with the
most appropriate solo, "A Perfect
Day;" most touching and timely was
the farewell addresses by our honor
ed missionaries in response. Mr. Wm.
Hulburt voiced the respect and hon
or in which they are held by the
church and community, Almost a
dozen people lead in prayer for them
and their work back in the True Lfght
Seminary, Canton, China. ' Mis
Noyes and Miss Butler expect to be
gin their return trip to China in a
few days. They have already spent
a total of more than ninety years in
China. May God give them many
more years to spend in helping the
multitudes of that country.
Methodist Episcopal Church
Morning worship at 10; Rev. E. Mc
Cullough of Leroy will preach the
sermon; Sunday school at 11 a. m.;
Epworth League service -at 6:30 p.
m.; evening services at 7:30; sermon
by Rev. E. L. Smth.
Dr. Hill of Oberlin willpreach at
10 a. m., Sunday morning, and also
at the evening service at 7:30; Sun
day school at 11:15 a. m.
V Hello there, Chippewa Lake cor
respondent! When yau land that
Chevrolet, come down and take me
out for a drive.
1 certainly thank my friends for
the interest they are taking in the
Sentinel's contest. I need a few
more subscriptions and I think I can
land one of the big prizes. I am a
sticker and will work to the end of
uBeuiea necessary to construct a sani-
iay ,er in jenerson Street fromEast
btreet south a distance of 470 feet to
ntnftr e uth line of Lot No.
118, in Sewer District No. One
trSx. U That 8ld "anltary sewer
"h be qoMtructed in accordance
with the Keneral uwira nt ...u
Village as heretofore adopted ahd now
?Jl 'A ? 8!& "f the Village
Clerk, and that the estimate of the cost
Tbwmmwwi as prepared by P.
C. Randall. Engineer, and now on file
in the office of the Village Clerk 'hS
aWopte! a0le h6r6 WProved and
.SBa.UI-jflrhat the cost and expense
of the construction of said sanitary
Wr. estcept the one-ttftleth part
i11?0' wh'fib .uehall be aMeised
aaauiBi ana paia oy the V Hum
Medina, shall be assessed by
i.oUge against the lnt .
insf tha nt. i
-"--V oireet south
a distance of 370 feet to a point near
the south title of Lot No. 118 In Sew-
frn?i'tr-i0lNoVO,,e" and lot. and
lands are herebv fmmH ...
to be specially benefitted by reason of
""iu5ueaij max the coat and
cruP,?Mte,0f 8ald 'movement shill'in
Sfflfi Vii printing, publish-
iii .Kimni thereto and the
and ordinances' feaedTand The "cost
m .nse of the construcUon of
said sanitary aewer .together with in-
YmmZmi XBf ul lno collection of de
ferrcd asaessraenta nH n
dires nade neessary by reason of
,wP'i?yTThai Peo'al assessment
bo to be levied and assessed against
the lots and lands bounding and abut-
JiZit- , !laes or salQ Btreet be
tween the points above named, shall
be paid in ten annual Installments.with
Interest at six per cent, per annum,
payable anrraally, provided however
that the owner of any property so as
sessed may at his or her option pay
such assessments in cash within 20 days
from and after the passage of the assessing-
ordinance, in which case sirl
casn assessment shall not include any
item of interest upon bonds to be issu- ;
in anticipation cf the collection of
such deferred assessments.
SEC. V That the bonds of the Vil
age of Medina shall be Issued In an
ticipation of the collection of all such
assessents that are not paid In cash
and n an amount equal thereto and
as ... D"lu 111 manner ana roi-m bs
provided by law.
SEC. VI That the remainder of the
entire cost and expense of said im
provement not so specially assessed
and Including the cost of intersections,
together With the cost of any real
estate or interest therein, purchased or
appropriated and the cost and expense
of any appropriation proceedings there
for .and all damages awarded therein,
shall be paid out of the general sewer
fund o fthe Village of Medina or by the
issuance of bonds In manner and form
as provided by law.
SEC. VII That the Village Clerk
be and hereby Is authorized and direct
ed to ca se a notice of the ra...-- of
mis reaoiiaion to De servjl upon each
one bond shall be due and puyable on
the first days of November and May
of each yeur thereafter up to and In
eluding November 1st 1946. .
Said bonds shall bear interest at the
rate of six per cent, per annum, pay
able semi, annually on the first days
of May and Noverubei of each year un
til fully paid, except that the tint
payment of Interest shall be made on
the first day of November 1922, both
principle and interest being payable
at the depository Of the Board of du
ration of the Montvllle Township Rural
School District. Medina County, Ohio.
delivery or saw bonds will be made at
sai l depository as soon alter the
thereof as the Same are prepared.
Code of .Qbtaian&sintfar and iMfaew
Ohio adopted on the 2nd day of Aug
ust A. D. 1921 and for the purpose of
furnishing a eVnl$reon
Said bonds will be sold to the high
est bidder for not less than par plus
the accrued interest. All bids mutt
state the, gross amount of. bid and ac-'
crued interest to date of delivery. All
bids must be accompanied by a certifi
ed check in an amount equal to two (2)
per cent, of the amount of the bid pay
able to the Treasurer of said Board of
Education on condition that If the bid
is acepted. the bidder will receive and
pay for the bonds awarded him upon
Said check to be retained by and
become the property of the Board of
Education, if Said condition is not ful
filled, otherwise to be returned to the
bidder. Bidders Will be required to
satisfy themselves as to the legality of
the issue of the said bonds, but full
transcript will be provided the success
ful bidder as required by law. The
Board of Education reserves the rieht
to reject any or all bids. Bids must
be sealed and endorsed "Bid for School
Bonds, Montville Township Rural
School District, Medina County, Ohio."
W. R. CLARK
Clerk of the Board of Education
Aug-. 25; Sept. 1-8.
Ned as a Smoker.
Daughter There Is only one thing
more astonishing than the readiness
with which Ned gave up smoking when
we became engaged.
Mother What Is the astonishing
Daughter The rapidity with which
he took it up again as soon as we
HIGHEST PRICES paid for market
poultry and White Leghorn pullets.
Herle L. Immel, Seville, O. 2tf
Try Clover Farm Cheesethe best
ever sold at Brott's Store.
A number of the young people from
Friday, expecting to stop in Ashtabu- this community left this week to re?
sume their studies as a source 01
knowledge. Miss Florence Hendee to
New Ford Garage
Repairing and Cleaning Expertly
A. J. SN1YLEY
la county to attend the Hewitt re
union. The following party of friends
gathered at the Carl Rohrer home
on the Pike road last Wednesday ev
ening: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonham,
Mr. and Mrs. H. HI Phelps and moth
er, Mrs. Squires, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Swagler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lowrie
and the Bert Shumaker family. They
made four gallon of ice cream think
of it, 4 gallons and ate every bit of
Will Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Shultz and Miss Carrie Houghton mo
tored to New London Monday and
Geo. Morton of Tiffin, O., called
on old friends n Seville Sunday eve
ning. Mr. Frank Wheeler is in atttend
ance at the annual convention of the
National Association of Underwrit
ers, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day of this week, in Cleveland.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid so
ciety will hold a baked sale next Sat-
I urday afternoon beginning at 2 p. m
in the front window of A. D. Arm
strong's real estate office. Good
eats get some.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Spice and
Mr. and Mrs. Delia Baker started on
Tuesday morning for an auto trip into
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dill of West-
erville, O., spent the' past week with
the latter's aunt, Mrs. B. Gordon, on
Harry Hosmer of Ashland was
shaking hands with friends in Se
ville Labor Day.
Mr. Datis Johnson had the nleas-
UN of meeting all his children and
grandchildren except Harry Johnson
of Wooster at Edgwater Park, Cleve
land, on Labor Day. Those who were
there from Seville were Mr. and Mis.
C. E. Swagler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Rohrer, Mr, and Mrs. Bert Shnmaker
the Medina Normal, Glenn Reich and
Lavdnne Seifert to Wooster Business
College, and Glenn Clinesmith to
Oberlin Business College.
Miss Irene House spent Labor Day
with her" parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Don't forget the home talent play
that will be given at Spencer Sep
tember 9. All those who haven't seen
it ,we assure you it will be worth
your while to come and see it.
A citizens' caucus was held last
Friday evening and the officers for
the coming year were elected.
The upper part of Bank street is
now open and it is hoped that the en
tire street will be open this week, but
the contractor tells us that it will not
be until Sept. 13.
Lodi was rather quiet Monday,
Labor Day, every one being away and
business places closed.
E. P. Collins purchased the proper
ty known as the Mary Reed house
and expects to occupy it soon.
The pew M. E. church is progres
sing rapidly, and they expect to let
the contract for the roof some time
Ralph Minns is able to be around
town again after being ill with
typhoid fever for five or six weeks.
Don't forget to come to the Idol
Theatre Sept. 15. A good show for
the benefit of the local American
Legion Post", under the management
of Mr. Elliott "The Copperheads."
Don't foreet the date: come and
i bring all the children and neighbors.
Owner If the lots and lnnrla hnt'.rtrifln
and abuiung upon both sides of sai
"That's a smart salesman you have,"
"He's a wonder."
"Why, he could sell a tombstone
to an elderly millionaire who had Just
married a debutante." Birmingham
SEC. VIII That this resolution nhnll
take effect and be In force from and
after the earliest date allowed hv law
Passed Aug. 30, 1921.
H. H. HARTZOG, Mayor
"W. P. Alnsworth,
i . , c,erk
Ladies' and Chil
notice op sale op school bonds J Hair Dressing Parlor at Pricea
Sealed proposals will be received at m . ...
the Town Hall or Montville Township, j Pleasing 10 All
jueuina. i-uuniy, unio, until Noon
on Saturday the 17th day of September I
A. D. 1921 for the purchase of bonds of
The Montvllle TOwnshlp Rural School
District, Medina County, Ohio in the
aggregate sum of Ten Thousand Dol
lars ($10,000.00), dated October 1, 19211
in the denominations of Five Hundred
Dollars ($500.00) each, and shall be
numbered consecutively from Qne (1)
o Twenty (20) inclusive and shall be!
due and payable as fellows:
Bond No. 1 shall be due and payable i
on the 1st day of May A. D. 19S7 and '
Successor to Mrs. F. Wheeler
u U f5
N. B. Open Wednesday Afternoons,
B. E. HARTMAN, Ph.C.
Seville Elevator Co.
Buy Pocahontas Nut Coal on track
Balance of this week- 20 per cent
protein dairy ration at $36 a ton.
WM. C. FOOTE, Mgr. Seville, 0.
A RESOLUTION declaring It neces
sary to construct a sanitary sewer in
Jefferson Street from Bast North
Street south a distance of Three Hun
dred and Seventy (370) feet to a point
near the south line of Lot. No. One
Hundred and Eighteen (118) in Sewer
District No. One.
WHEREAS the owners of a majority
of the front footage of lands bounding
and abutting upon both sides or Jer-
and children, Many and Mary and ferson street from East street south a
' . 1 . i distance of 370 feet to a point near the
uauf vrcue, uiiu vmurapa wumitsou. . SOuth line of Lot No, lis, in newer uis-
Thpra wr SO nrnaant ta rnrtnv the trior No. One., have petitioned in writ
inere ware au present to enjoy tne njf or a contraction of a sanitary
reunion and visit A picnic dinner i sewer along naid Street between the
... j I points above named. .
was served. wnw therefore. Be it resolved
F. C. BAUER'S
Livery and Heated
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