MEDINA, OHIO, SEPT. 8, 1921.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
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DELIVERY DIRECT IAKf IN
BINA, BENDING WORKS
Kim f Medina, Ohio
School started Tuesday morning of
this week. Mrs. Bart was unable
to teach and the school board put
Mrs. Earl Caskey in the primary i
room until Mrs. Bart recovers.
Earl Caskey moved into part of
S. H. Niekerson's house Monday of
this week. Earl will work for the
Standard Oil Co. at Willard. Ohio.
and Mrs. Caskey and) Neva will keep
Mrs. .A. rQi Uohr wishes to thjftflkj
ail, of her friends who so kindly re
membered her with flowers add in
other ways while she was in the hos
pital at Cleveland.
Ben Derhammer is driving a Hup-
BWWfe bftght A.
Hon Ruder and wife will occupy
the W A. Warner, farm that MaJ brother to Cleveland Saturday, where
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Ernest Beery, Miss Marvel Marken
and two friends of Akron are spend
ing a few days at Niagara Falls, go
ing from there to visit some friends
formerly of Akron. They will re
turn home Sunday.
Miss Bertha Friedt starts working
for Dr. Miller's Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaaih Lower of Kent
visited at the Aaron Kopoes home
from Monday until Tuesday.
Mrs. Maria Loehr is spending a
Week in Wadsworth with relatives
and , friends.
Miss Laura Hanshue is home from
Medina, where she has been working
for Several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shafer and
Mrs. John Shafer and sister left for
Columbus Sunday to attend a funeral
Miss Lorna Brandt took her little
Mr. Mont. Wicsler, spent the day in
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett and
little daughter of Barberton spent
Sunday with ii. H. Knecht and fam
ily. The Charge Sunday school conven
tion of the Albion, East Homer and
Friendsville churches was held at
Friendsville on Sunday afternoon and
evening. Dr. Beam of Tiffin was
the speaker of the day. He gave a
very interesting talk in the afternoon
and evening. His speaking and the
rest of the program was enjoyed by
everyone. The attendance was not
as large as it would have been if it
had not rained, but nevertheless the
church was well filled. After the
afternoon session service the vouncr
people of Albion and East Homer
had a picnic supper at the home of
father purchased a couple of 'weeks
C Clifford Bailey and wife and Mrs.
Blake, Leohr were in Cleveland last
Abe Wolf and wife of Wadsworth
visited Lucinda Hitter a couple of
days last weak. , i
-J. K. Bitter and family and Mrs.
Lucinda Hitter went to Akron Sun
day and Monday. They went to
White Pond to attend
he will spend the winter with their
aunt, Lena Brandt.
The harvest festival will be cele
brated next Sunday morning at Acme
All the jell that is brought will be
sent to the orphans' home at Toledo
All bring jell who can.
: Ephraim Markley and family re-
Hturried Thursday from a two weeks'
Bvisit in Indiana.
Mrs. J. R. Fulton is on the sick
THE MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM
THAT CONFRONTS ALL THOSE WHO SAVE
is securing a safe and profitable investment for
their savings without taking chances of loss.
Before any investment can be considered desir
able it must meet three fundamentals
(1) SAFETY, (2) SATISFACTORY INCOME
3) READY CONVERTIBILITY
The Medina Co. Savings & Loan Co.
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5 of Deposit
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We Represent All Three Fundamentals
5 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
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Miss Anna Landry returned to
Cleveland Tuesday after spendng a
six weeks vacation with Mrs. Fannie
Miller. Miss Landry has been em
ployed at Hotel Statler continuously
since its opening ten years ago. She
is possessed' of executive ability to a
marked degree, holding the position
of first assistant housekeeper, having
87 women employees to oversee .in
specting their work, answering all
questions and inquiries for supplies
and we have a dim, illusive "hunch"
that 87 women can ask some questions
in a dayif they have a good early
The River Styx dancing club will
hold an ice cream festival and dance
at th hall on" next Saturday evening.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to tome and have a good. time. The
proucds from the ice cream will be
lUi to help pay for the Qrafanola
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the Kindfg list.
Mr. Miracle and family of Kenmore
were Saturday visitors at the Joe
Miss Laura Detwiler has returned
from Ann Arbor, Mich., and Miss
plargaret from Chicago.
Miss Carrie Treffinger and lady
friend of Akron visited the former'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Tref
finger, from Saturday until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tylor of
Cleveland were visitors of his par
ents, Wm. Tylor and wife, from Sat
urday until Monday. On Sunday all
Visited in Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Marken
Were at the home of Wm. Reich over
the week-end, on Sunday going to the
Marken home and staying over for
the Fulton reunion which was the
largest ever held, there being over a
hundred for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hewitt, Mr.
Arch Hewitt and Miss Ruth Cool-
Is man left Friday for Ashtabula, the
Lymans and Ruth going on to the
Falls. All returned to Ashtabula
Monday at the home of Mr. Hewitt's
to attend' the Hewitt reunion held on
Monday at the home of Mr. Hewitt's
Jerome Critz is so much improved
as to be able to have his hand out of
Mr. Chas. Welday has erected
silo, also has the wall ready for a
straw shed, the . carpenter beginning
Mr. and Mrs. Enoppenberger of
Akron were Sunday visitors of Geo,
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The second reunion of the Poe
school proved to be as great a sue-
as the first. There were about
one hundred present Those from
abroad were Emanuel Richard from
Illinois; Will Crocker, who has been
teaching in the University at Chi
cago was on his way to New York
and a better position, and Mrs. Crock
er and two boys were with him; and
other from Akron. Seville. Wads
worth, Medina and other nearby
towns. Dinner at noon, after which
we had a few informal talks by John
Kapp ,Emanuel Richard, Henry Kop-
pes and others, and two fine selec
tions by Bert Morse. All enjoyed
themselves and it was decided to hold
another on the same day next year.
The Montville Hustlers met on
Tuesday night in their regular club
session. A very lively meeting was
held and plans discussed for making
money for their work.
The schools began on Tuesday
with a full enrollment and good
teachers for the year. A large num
ber are attending hisrh school and
the streets ar full of children from all
Labor day was spent in the usual
manner of laboring harder than ever.
Mr. Ruck is improving his place
by painting all his buildings.
The Republican caucus was held
on Tuesday night and the Democratic
on Wednesday night. The-report of
the Republican is as- follows: Treas.,
R. Hartman; clerk, Walter Clark;
trustees, S. Hill, S. Overholt, N,
Wheeler jassessor, J. K. Nold; con
stablet S. H. Ewing; ditch supervis
or, C Orton; School Board, Ed. Sel-
zer, F. Kindig, C. A. Jones.
recently purchased by the community.
On Sunday several families from
th place went to the home of Mr.
Dtams near Sullivan and spent the
day. A picnic dinner was served and
ail report having had a very pleasant
Henry Gerberich and family enter'
tained Mrs. Gerberich of Burbank,
Earl Williams and wife of Akron on
Sunday, Mrs. Rossiter, who has been
spending the summer with the Gerber
ich's, will return to her home in Min
neapolis the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reiblein visited
in Kent last Saturday.
The Snyder reunion was held at the
home 6f John Swain and wife on La
bor Day. A large attendance was
Mrs. Mona Rowley and Geo. Svet-
coff came down from Cleveland on Sai
urday and remained until Monday ev
ening. Nirs Elmer Rolph attended the Li
bert reunion Monday at the home of
Fred Libert in Wadsworth, about SO
r'.'lativii being present from various
pai of the state.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. D. O. Pond and Roy
Rciblem ;,m! wife attended the Pond
Nor,crn reunion at the home of Bert
Smi:h in Hiea on Monday, about 60
niti.it ers of the family from Akron,
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Smith and
children and Mr. Clayton Hoff and
famy; caine from Cleveland to1
spend from Saturday until Tuesday
with their father, Frank Hoff.
,Mr. and Mrs. Groyer u Woods and
sons spent Tuesday in Cleveland.
Mr. ,and Mrs,. 31)V)es K:,ui who
were, on a Ashing trip to Vermillion,
returned lat wee)c
On Thursday Miss Laura Kulp ac
companied her brother to Wooster
Mrs, .Harvey Allen, has been sick
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs?" Floyd Olmstead and
daughter, and Mrs. Gerald Steele
went to, Gonneaut Lake for over La
bor Day, expecting to bring Mr. Olm-
stead's son back with them. He has
spent the past three weeks there.
A large attendance from Friends
viljc were at the community concert
at Leroy Friday evening. It cer
tainly showed what the community
spirit is in Westficld township, for a
trge crowd was present, and a fine
ijjme w$s had by all, even if some of
our most respectable ladies were haul
e. into court and fined.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reynolds
and Glenn Pinkley and family made
a trjo to Wooster Thursday.
Mrs. Dave Gajloway is improving
in health. . She is able to be up a
ew .hours each day.
'ijDniiThesday, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Wisbr and son George, Spent Thurs
day in Kent, viaiti&g - Mrs. Wissler's
fjftthw, who has been ill. They also
visaalsd other relatives.
Mrs. David Barnhart has recovered
from a very severe attack of astnma
and was able to visit her mother,
brothers and sisters at West Salem
oft Sunday. On Monday Mr. Und
Mrs. - Barnhart and daughter Witda
and Leora Woods went to Wooster.
Mr. and Mrs,. Howard Beasirlger
were Stinday callers at (Qhewy Cor-
Afu ni !& VmsJm! iLm o '
On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Wissler, son George and Mr. ' ahd
Miss Vernice Lance, John Halli
well and Glen Clinsmith have return
ed to Oberlin where they will go to
school the coming winter.
, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Clapp accom
panied their daughter Margaret to
Columbiana where she will go to
Mrs. C. Ar Armstrong and children
have returned home from a two weeks
visit with relatives in Sisterville, W.
Miss Gladis Lance has accepted a
position in Franz's store.
Several people from this vicinity
attended Elyria fair.
Mrs. I.yi ia Freidt ot Blake was an
over Sunday visitor at the home of
Fred Freidt and wife.
Mrs. D. O. Pond is spending the
week at the home of her daughter.Mrs
Lew "ialliwill, near Strongsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw and chil
dren of Akron and Mr. and Mrs. Will
King spent Sunday with W. A. Krout
Mr. Chacherof! wa& a business visit
or in Cleveland over the week-end,
The Licey hall is undergoing im
provements this v.eek, a new outside
stairway to the second floor ,and some"
repairs to t: balcony being some of
the work on hand.
The Community Christian circle
held a short business session at the
close of the regular meeting on Stun
day night. The election of officers
for the ensuing three months was held
The new officers are Claude Wilson,
president; Kuth Keiblin, secretary
and Mrs. E. E. Rolph was reelected
Mrs. KhodebaUgh of Wadsworth is
tpe:idiig the week at the home of he
daughter, Mrs. Evan Spjce.
Mrs. Lillian Hunsberger and son
Harry were in Chatham the first of
the week attending the Hunsberger
reunion held at the home of S. Kil-
Our school bell is sounding its call
for tile assembling of the children of
the district, and every one expects a
successful session under the tutelage
of Miss Ruth Beebeut of Licking
county and her associate, Miss Ruth
Crocker of Granger.
Mr .and Mrs. Conrad Erbseorn and
Ruth Harding of Elyria were Satur
day visitors at Glen Clark's.
The splendid rainfall of Sunday
night rejoices the hearts of our farm
ers, who were fearing the failure of
the late potato crop and their inabijr l
Raymond Hall and famly spent La
bor Day in Rittman with Mrs. Hall's
mother, Mrs. L. Garn.
Mrs. Herbert Spencer and children
are here from Cleveland spending the
week with her father, O. P. Miller.
O. P. Mijler and Raymond Hall,
who have the contracts for the school
routes from this vkinity for Wads
worth centralized school, commenced
their work on Tuesday morning.
Miss Lucille Leatherman is attend
ing college in Akron.
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ity to prepare the Mil for wheat sow- ' , businesa tril. to Ctevtnrf on WA
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meet OH at the Medina Fair September 21-22.
Wm also show the Fan banks-Morse Comnanv Kler-
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