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it IK if""", i . It. i It A v. -4 13 17 1 V'V fie Per ."Mi ' MEDINA, OHIO, SEPT. 8, 1921. PERSONALS "Win. F. Beck and family and Mrs; Chas. Martin and son of Wadsworth motored to Toledo last week where they visited M. P. Rush and family a few days, returning home on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Warrensford of Cleveland spent Sunday at Samuel Ritter's home. Miss Hazel Theobold of Northfield Minn., was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gage. Mr. Ernest Gage, who has been spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gage, returned Sunday to his home in Norwich, N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Katherine Kingsbury returned Monday night from a motor trip through Indiana. R. 0. McDowell and wife will re turn home Sunday from a two weeks' vacation. Miss Ruth Robinson leaves Mon day for the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor. She will live at the Kappa, Kappa, Gamma sorority house this year. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Naftzger, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Calvert and Miss Isabell Warner returned Sunday from a motor trip to Michigan. Mrs. W. N. Coons and Miss Hazel Connor of Lakewood spent the week end and Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Long. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hoover were guests Sunday and Monday of Mr. Frank Weaver, Cleveland Heights. Misses Letha aCrlton, Effie Gates and Lena Gunkleman attended the Allen theater in Cleveland Monday to see "The Four Horsemen." Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Baughman of Lakewood were guests over Sunday of Mr.' and Mrs. W. J. Wall. Mrs. John W. Kemp is visiting in Kokomo, Ind. Miss Virginia Warner of Lakewood spent last week with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hobart. Will Gates spent the week-end in Akron. Miss Luella Walker Teacher of Piano 203 N. Elmwood Sept 1 te' aviMGStoosiTBAji J MEDINA.OHIO "Vf ON Under State Supervision Dan and Andy win Mil 500 Lbs. Calla Hams -.V- - f " , ' . ' - ..at 18c a lb. Pot Roast.. ...18c 3 lbs. Pickled Pigs Feet. 25c Creamery (tub) Butter.. 45c 10 lbs. Beef .......... .$1.00 Saturday Only Steingass & Bradway 'Phone 3139 Dudley Newton and wife of Lake wood spent the week-end and Labor Day with Mr. and $Irs. Matt New ton. 'Miss Helen Eberly entered Oberlin Business College Monday. Miss Gladys Griffin will make her home this winter with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barry. Mrs. B Pelton and son Richard of Lakewood spent the week-end and Labor Day at the home of Chester Ryan. Mrs. John ' Maytham and son re turned this week from Port Dover, Canada, where they have been visit ing relatives. Mrs. Tho. Andrews spent last week in Cleveland. , i Mrs. Helen Young is visiting at the home of her son, Art Young and wife in Cleveland. Mrs. Gertrude Bartunek and nep phew, master Leo B. and mother Mrs. Duffner of Blairsville, Pa., are visiting at the home"of F. C. Bartunek. The Mises Inez Norton and Marga ret Fujlerton, of Cleveland, are the guests of Jay Sargent and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Harley of Can ada have returned to their home after several days visit at the home of Mrs. Harley's aunts, the Misses Mary and Margaret Sweeney. Harry L. Barnhart has returned to Duluth, Minn., after being called here on account of his father's death. Judge McClure and family who spent last week in Columbus and Cin cinnati, have returned. Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, who has been the guest of her son, Roland Mowry, at Indianapolis, left this week for California, where she ex pects to spend the winter. Mrs. Myra Clark (nee Brockway) of Raymond, Wash., was the guest of Mrs. Asa Curtis last week. Willard Garver and Everett Randall will enter upon a course of study at Wooster college next week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hemmeter and daughter Katherine, will leave Sun day for a motor trip thru the East, where Miss Katherine is attending the New England Conservatory of Music at Boston. ' Misses Lucile, Helen and Gladys Miller of Chatham spent last week with their uncle Mr. Walter Bibbins and wife. Miss Marie Rising of Cleveland was You can confine all your fi nancial transactions to one in stitution if that institution is The Savings Deposit Bank Co. of Medina. We are equipped to handle Checking Accounts, Certificates of Deposit, Savings Accounts, Letters of Credit, and Travelers Cheques, and we rent Safe De posit Boxes at $2.50 a year and upward. We are always glad to help depositors with their invest ment problems also. ml THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO, the week-end guest of Miss Illah Jets ne. Mrs. Flattie Backus of Cleveland was the guest of Mrs. Mettie Wacker last week. Will Searles and family oi Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Rickert of Weymouth spent Sunday with Mrs. Edith Tibbits. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark of Ken more spent the week-end and Labor Day with Medina relatives. The Misses Wheatley returned last week from Clifton Springs, N. Y. where they have been for the past month. Little Miss Clara Woods of Lake wood spent last week with her cous in, Louise Ainsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tubbs and Mrs. Ed. Potter of Toledo arrive Saturday to spend two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Tubbs. Harold Borger and family moved Monday into Mrs. Margaret Lamp son's house on North Huntington street. Clarence Hoover of Sharon was the guest this week of Everett Boyden and John Beck. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Borger, Mrs. O. D. Chapin, Clyde Chapin and wife and Mrs. Anna McDowell spent the week-end and Labor Day in Shreve at tending a reunion there on Monday. Mrs. C. H. Munson of Lodi spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. E A. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barnes return ed from New York Tuesday. They were called there by the death of Mr. Barnes' father. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gray of Fos toria and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hast ings of Akron were week-end guests of E. R. Root and wife at their cot tag6 at Ruggles Beach. Mrs. Cora Munson Blakeslee an'l Mrs. Jennie Paul are in Green Springs O., this week. Misses Iris and Winifred Hohl of Lima are house guests at Grant Mc Ntal's home this week. Geo. Simmerman and family return ed Saturday from their motor trip through the southern uart of the state. Paul Van Epp and son of Cleveland spent the week-end with Medina rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harry of Buf falo, N. Y., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Oatman Monday. Mrs. Ray P. Millet and baby, return ed to their home in Cleveland Tues day after spending two weeks with Mrs Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. F. Geiger of Cleve land were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kimmell. Miss Ella Hendrickson J. S. Hend drickson of Olmstead Falls, and Mr. M. F. Hulet of Montgomery, Ala., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Oatman Thursday. LOOKS LIKE FLYING SCHOOL FOR MEDINA As stated- in the Sentinel last week there is likelihood of an aviation school being located in Medina. Lieut Lowell of the Lowell Aircraft Cor poration and Capt. Hamilton, form erly of .the British Royal Flying Corps, now instructor at the' Hying: school at Oberlin, were in Medina recently, looking for a suitable field. They examined H. R. Calvert's farm. two miles south of town and express ed themselves as well suited with the conditions there. If they decide to establish a branch school here, they will maintain a hangar, a complete stock of parts, and conduct a passenger service. A plane will be installed here in a few weeks, and if the location proves as favorable as it now seems, Messrs. Lowell and Hamilton state" that Me dina"" will probably be decided upon las their headquarters. CARD OF THANKS The children of the late Arbor Tebbit wish to express their sincere appreciation to neighbors and friends who extended to them the many lov ing kindnesses and sympathy during the illness and death of their beloved father. CANDIDATES NOMINATED (Continued From First Page) 1 Spencer, RFD 1 Mrs. Aaron Browand, Jr. 275,000 Spencer R. F. D. 2. Miss Dorothy Millet 266,000 Spencer, RFD 3 Mrs. Frank Browand i 126,600 Valley City Mrs. Katherine Carr 816,600 Valley City K F. D. 1. Mrs. John Kemp 816,700 Valley City, R. F. D. 2 Mrs. Bert Freexe i.246,000 Wadsworth R. F. D. 1. Miss Lydia Lehman 176,000 Miss Beulah Leaner 126,000 Wadsworth R.F.D. 2 Miss Laura Saunders 186,000 Miss Anna Dick - 206,000 J k jown our w y I 1 Strap take a slant in our windows that's some shoe for Black and you" know then where to k W m fa? your Fall Shoes and the $4.90 . 1 m . new prices win make you feel M I Oxfords .cod BROGUE I 1 . i BALOR M too at BROGUE 1 m nn oxfords I -Griesinger's Sing!lS (jRIEsiNGERS j LOST Blue serge coat, trimmed with glass buttons, bought in De troit at Crowley & Miller's; on road between Medina and Akron. Lib eral reward if returned to Mrs. Miller, 206 S. Jackson St., Youngs -town, O. lwp. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE It HA I, ESTATE In pursuance of an order of the Pro bate Court of Medina County, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at public auction on the 15th day of October,- 1921, at one o'clock P. M. on the premises at No. 529 West Friendship Street, Medina, Ohio, the following described real estate: Situated in the Village of Medina, County of Medina, State of Ohio, and known as being the West Part of Lot No. 2i,7 on the Medina Township side and bounded and described as follows: On the North, South and West by ttie North, South and West lines of said Lot: and on the East by land in said Lot owned by C. Washburn. Said premises have been appraised at (1800.00. Terms of Sale: Cash. This property consists of a fairly good house and other out buildings and must be sold In order to settle this F." W. WOODS, Administrator, Medina, Ohio. Sept. 6th, 1921. Sept 8-15-22-29. A RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION declaring it neces sary to construct a sanitary sewer in North Elmwood Avenue from the north line of Lot No. 468 and running thence north to Union Street, in Sewer Dis trict No. One. WHEREAS the owners of a majority of the front footage of lands bounding and abutting upon both sides of North Elmwood Avenue from the north line of Lot. No. 468 and running thence north to Union Street in Sewer District No. On;, have petitioned in' writing for a construction-of a sanitary sewer along said Street between the points above mitnedv I NOW THEREFORE, Be it resolved by the Council ot the Village of Medina, I Ohio, (three-fourths of all members elected or appointed thereto concur ring.) SEC. I That it is by the Council deemed necessary to construct a sani tary sewer in North Elmwood Avenue from the north line of Lot No; 468 and running thence north to Union Street in Sewer District No. One. SEC. II That said sanitary sewer shall be-constructed in accordance with the general sewage plan of said Vil lage as heretofore adopted and now on file In the office of the" Village Clerk, and that the estimate of the cost and expense thereof as prepared by F. C. Randall, Engineer, and now on file in the office of the Village Clerk be and the same hereby Is approved and adopt- SEC. Ill That the cost and expense of the construction of said sanitary sewer, except the one-fiftieth part thereof, which shall be assessed against and paid by the Village of Medina, shall be assessed by the front footage against the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both sides of said street from North Elmwood Avenue from the north line of Lot No. 468 and running thence north to Union Street in Sewer District No. One, and said lots and lands are hereby found and deter mined to be specially benefited by reas on of said improvement; that the cost and expense of said improvement shall include the expense of all surveys neces sary and incident thereto and the ex pense of printing, publishing and serv ing all notices, resolutions and ordi nances required, and the cost and ex pense of the construction of aald sani tary sewer, together with interest on any bonds that may be Issued in an ticipation of the collection of deferred assessments and all other expenditures made necessary by reason of said im provement SEC. IV That the special assess ment so to be levied and assessed against the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both sides "of said street between the. points above named, shall be paid in ten annual installment8,with interest at six per cent per . annum, payable annually, 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 said cash assessment shall not include any item of Interest upon bonds to be issu ed, in anticipation of the collection of such deferred assessments. SEC. V That the bonds of the Vil lage of Medina shall be issued in an ticipation of the collection of all such assessments that are not paid in cash and In an amount equal thereto and shall be sold in manner and form as 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 ar d the cost and expense of any appropriation proceeding's there for, and all damages awarded therein, shall be paid out of the general sewer fund of the Village of Medina or by the issuance of bonds in manner and form as provided by law. SBC. VII That the Village Clerk be and hereby is authorised and directed to cause a notice of the passage of tb Ir resolution to be served upon each own er of the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both ( sides of said im provement. SEC. VIII That this resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law. Passed Aug. 30. 1921. i H. H. HARTZOG. Mayor w. P. Ainsworth, Clerk September 1-15 TheWARNER-HEMMETER THE QUALITY STORE WANTED SEVEN SHREWD BARGAIN HUNTERS to come and take away seven good-looking wool Jersey dresses. These serviceable frocks are of a plain style that might easily be remodeled into a jumper dress-just a bit of altering that will work wondersa popular styled frock in less than an hotir. These are bargains-real and unmistakable. Formerly they were priced at $19.75 but now any one of them is yours for the small small sum of $5.00. Will you be one of the seven lucky women to own one of these dresses we are almost giving away? Special Price $5.00 COATS GALORE f ; for FALL AND WINTER Coats of exquisite styling and exceptional making, such as you would expect, ordinarily, from the workshops of the most exclusive tailors, await you here at any price you care to pay from $15.00 to $1.50.00 Cloths of wonderful texture and loveliness are among thenu For instance: Erminine, Velora, Gerona, Wondora, Veldette, Ulua are soft piled textures of fleecy wool with more or less distinct ribs and great richness of color depth. Rivolai, Pollyanna, Delysia are of somewhat similar construction but of more pronounced face for mation. Yalama is a fine cloth similar to broadcloth, but with a softer deeper nap. Ski-Bo and Blairgowrie are frankly Scotch coatings, the lat ter with a more distinctive face and plaid back. Velva-suede resembles Bolivia; Panvalaine has a fleecier, heavier face;. 1 Moirette is still more rugged. And then there are, besides, many of the old undying fav orites that many women still will have broadcloths, cheviots, polo cloth.3, heathers, vicunas, etc. . , K might all be summed up in a few words as fine styles, as fine materials, as fine tailoring as yon can find anywhere, and at prices often less than you might be asked elsewhere. jAfor Suits . .ffl lJ&m'l'lWmS They are folly as handsome as our coats and most moder ately priced. Come and see how well equipped we are to supply your garment needs this fall. .-"-;' T .-5 1 " TheWARNER-HEMMETER PAGE SEVEN Co. xi-?mmrwmmmmt0mmimHHtRHtm Co.