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I I no Happenings in ino viuoo mi
Mahonings Southern
By Peter M Herold
Congressmen havo begun sending
SIreo Bdeds to their constituents
Mrs Dickie Holland and nttio
daughter Mrs w H McDonald in
i David Kehvln a former resiucnt 01
this Dlace died Fllday at his homo In
John Moon or Now waterioru spem
tflnmlnv lifrn nt the homo 01 HIS
daughter Mrs Howard Russell
f Charles 0 Herron has filled tho Ico
ffaouso on Mrs K Stouffers farm the
Lice to ho used for their own nomo
John Fvnes having completed tno
f course at the S D 0 has been so-
lected b bookkeeper for tho faalom
Lumber Co
Rav Stouffer had tho mlsfortuno
Lty Friday forenopn to have tho middle
car In tho clay mlno
Our old Welsh friend John D Wil
liams 1b among tho chronic cases
who aro shut In for tho winter by
tho groundhog weather
Mrs O A Rhodes of Leetonla ac
eomnanied Miss Helen Thorp to Lake
side hospital In Cleveland where tho
latter Is being treated for a broken
Dr C W Cowan started Monday
for Wilmington Delaware to Join In
the festivities attending the birtnaay
anniversary of his grand nephow
Claudo Sutton
Tho Valentino social held In tho M
B church parlors and the old folks
danco In town hall Saturday night
wero well attended tno latter crowd
being very largo
George Schettlno received word
from his daughter Minnlp In Youngs
town last week that hor brother
James was Blck and would have to
be taken to a hospital to undergo an
John Gilbert attended the hardwaro
merchants convention In Pittsburgh
last wcok and called at tho homo
of his niece Mrs Lizzie Davis Do-
Jane and found them pleasantly lo
cated and enjoying life
Hon Percy Totlow was homo from
Columbus with his family ovoi Sun
day but had nothing to give out for
publication further than that tnis ses
sion of tho legislature would llkoly
be along tho line of tho new consti
David Summcrvlllo Is arranging to
givo dri old fashlonejd danco to old
IU11U II1UU1U 1U IUWU UUii U1A 0tuiuu
night March 1st In order not to be
troubled with the new fangled music
Sharpnacks orchestra from Salem
has been secured
A lady relative of the lato Walter
Thulen recently told Dr C W Cowan
that at tho very hour Walter was
killed by being knocked from an Iron
beam the lady was In a music store
In Youngstown inquiring for A Friend
In tho Home Land and Good Night
which wero afterwards sung at his
funeral This was mental telepathy
The first anniversary of tho local
temple of tho Pythian Sisters and ttyo
49th anniversary of the K of P ord
er was Jointly celebrated In Welcome
lodge room Monday night Refresh
ments in tho form of a lap supper
was served to about 150 persons and
tho nights exercises wound up with
an old time dance and a general good
Seven hundred members of tho
United Mine Workers In tho Dear
Valley Pa district havo passed a
resolution to omit attending the fu
nerals of fellow workers when the
ceremonies fall on a work day In
stead they will put in the full day at
the mines and donate part of the pay
thus earned to tho family of the de
ceased This beats flowers and sobs
Tho sawmill used at R B Max
wells has been moved to the farm of
Frank Stouffer who has the contract
for building a now barn on the Simp
son farm to replace tho one recently
burned Maxwell has sawed a fqw
carloads of Sawdust and when thor
oughly leached will build an Ice
house of his own and get ice from
a dam to be built across the stream
let through pine hollow
When we speak of tho war at
present we have to be more specific
Do we mean the war between Chris
tians and Mohammedans in the Balk
ins Or the suffragettes in London
and New York Or tho oppression of
the miners in West Virginia Or the
strike in Akron Or the oppression of
Mexican laborers by American and
European capitalists and the inter
ference by tho tall end of Tafts ad
ministration They might all be
classed as labor troubles
Vernon Zimmerman Is sawing lum
ber for R B Maxwells barn and
straw shed When completed Mr
Maxwell will give the biggest barn
dance ever held in this neck o woods
The orchestra has been secured and
the ben house will be raided or
chicken sandwiches The neighbors
will all be there In their hob hailed
shoes and their felt boots the Dutch
and French with their wooden shoes
and Bob will be there with a whoop
ee to open a keg of nails
Rey James Herbert came here
from Greenford on tho local Monday
and ate dinner at the Cottage hotel
before taking a Y O car to visit
relatives in Salem Mr Herbert Is In
bis 82nd year and looks vremarkably
well for a man of his years Mrs
Herbert lt one year younger than her
husband and is still able to no her
own house work Ecu down to old
age all my people shall prove Is no
mere song but has a reality In the
ljyes of Rev and Mrs Herbert
A rich literary treat Is in store for
rdl who can get into the assembly
room ct our new school building next
Wednesday night All the rooms will
then unite to do honor to the poets
and patriots whoso birthdays come In
February The teachers have en
couraged their pupils to ao weir oest
without losing any time from their
rarems wjii
owidran on erase pexaae
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b flfl rffKHif junta
I Tho drive into tho village garbage
dump is in bad condition and needs
The young people will hold a box
uuuiui in iub muiuuuisi UUU1UU
lorB Saturday night
John D and Jonas Felcht will mako
public sale of their farm belongings
at Locust Grove on Saturday March 1
Gov James M Cox is to bo the
principal speaker at tho Harvest
Homo picnic in Sheltons Grovo In
August this year
Tho grangers of Columbiana county
will give a free ride to Washington
City to tho boy who raises tho best
acre of corn in 1913
Peach sprouts taken into tho house
and placed in a glass of water haVo
bloomed and shown signs of a good
peach crop this year
Jnmes Broadbont who was so bad
ly Injured In the coal mine at Tee
garden was here Sunday visiting at
the homo of his sister Mrs John Fa
Those of our young men who
thought jof going to Akron In Bearch
of empl5yment have been frustrated
by the strike in the rubber plants of
that city
Mrs William Heaps of Woodland
avenuo was tho guest of relatives In
Washlngtonville Sunday MIsb
Clara Woods has resigned her posi
tlon at tho Brian company store
Salem News
Repairs for the electrical machln
ery at Millvllle mlno arrived from
Chicago on Monday and wero placed
In position on Tuesday by Tony Pas
lch and Dick Dunn assisted by the
now elcctrican named Phillips
There aro rumors of a marriage
soon to bo celebrated between an Ital
ian widower on High street and a
widow from Poland In confirmation
of these rumors some real cBtate on
Maplo street has changed owners
Sheriff and Mrs Sam W Crawford
Thursday afternoon conveyed Emma
Howell of East Liverpool to tho Mas
slllon asylum She had been at tho
county Infirmary for several months
and was adjudged to bo lnsano Thurs
day by Probate Judge Farr
Red Tag week from Feb 24 to Mar
I closing with a social In Allens
hall Saturday evening March 1st Ico
cream cake sandwiches coffeo pie
and home made candy All thcBe will
bo served by tho ladles of the Luth
eran church
Judge Moore at Lisbon allowed the
Jury to visit the scene of tho fatal
accident between Columbiana and Lee
tonla where Chas Gonawaro and son
wero killed In an automobile by a Ft
Wayne freight train almost three
years ago The 10000 damago suit
Is now on
Traffic over Y O lines was inter
rupted for a short time Monday fore
nopn by a break In the trolley wire
which hod to be spliced before cars
could continue on rtholr run As nJ
result both the 9 and 10 oclock cars
wero somewhat latq but the schedule
was restored before noon
Mrs Mary Ann Stcffer Wilderson
widow of Jacob Wilderson died at
tho home of her son Jacob in Beaver
township at 330 last Saturday fore
noon aged 88 years She was a mem
ber of the Reformed church and was
burled In the Dunkard cemetery at 1
oclock Tuesday afternoon
The Inter State Commorco Com
mission has mado somo recent rulings
that apply to patrons of this Ry sta
tion All express packages marked
Collect must bo on white labels
and those marked Prepaid must be
on yellow labels Freight stored1 In
the depot not to exceed 72 hours and
on cars 48 hours For 600 pounds or
less 15 cents 500 to 1000 poundB
20 cents and 1000 to 1500 pounds
25 cents demurage
In order to quiet tho nerves of per
sons under quarantine the following
lato report of the State Board of
Health is herewith submitted Tho
rate of mortality from chicken pox In
Ohio in 1912 was lower than from
any other communicable disease ac
cording to the report of the state
board of health Issued Thursday On
ly two deaths occurred In 3355 cases
Other diseases reported Diphtheria
10275 caes 634 deaths measles 14
024 edses 142 deaths scarlet fever
7057 cases 241 deaths smallpox 827
caseB 3 deaths whooping cough 4148
cases 96 deaths typhojd fever 3042
cases 318 deaths The highest rates
were In case of Infantile paralyBlB 69
deaths In 304 cases and cerebrospin
al meningitis 126 deaths in 214 cases
Feb 19 Mr and Mrs Lewis Greas
el spent Sunday at Henry Getzs in
Monroe Beard of Youngstown call
ed on friends hero Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Paul Moreau attended
the funeral of Mrs Moreaus mother
Mrs Ann Wilderson in East Lewis
town Tuesday
Mrs Lydla Heckman and son Arch
ie spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends In Boardman
Mrs Wm Holland of Washlngton
ville Is visiting her mother Mrs Ah
Henry Hess spent Friday and Satur
day In Youngstown
Clark raulln and wife were Sun
day visitors at Irvin Ruhlmans In
MIsb Mary Swank who has been
with her sister in Canfleld for some
time returned home Friday
Mrs P R Messerly and daughters
called on Mrs Homer Miller at Calla
Bertha Grleger was home from Can
field over Sunday
About fifty young friends gathered
at the home of Ivan Thoman In sur
prise fashion Saturday evening to re
mind him of his birthday Tho eve
ning was pleasantly spent In playing
games and music A delicious lunch
was served At a late hour the
guests departed for home feeling that
it was good to have been there
Geo Grover and wife are visiting
friends in Youngstown
Misses Fern and Neva Gels and
brother Harry of Youngstown were
callers at Wm Gels Sunday
Mrs John Elser and daughter Be
atrice spent Thursday with Mrs Du
vail V
Miss Lena Groasel called on Miss
Beatrice Elser Tuesday
Clement Patrick -who has been se
rlpualy 1U is slowJy recovering being
Ijft to U ay tttile oh day
Feb 19 Miss Alice Stull of Nlles
Is visiting Miss Helen Parshall
Mrs Austla Ronkonberger and chil
dren lone and Myron spent a few
days at the home of her parents Mr
Lphralm Klingeman
Mrs Fred Detchon and daughter
Inez called Monday on Mrs Clark
Mrs Scott Van Winkle and Laugh
ter Hazel visited her parentB at Ber
lin Tuesday
Mrs Fronla Rbse spent Wednesday
with her sister Mrs Martia Plpher
MissElva Plpher went to Warren
to visit friends a few days
A party of 30 friends of Mrs Delia
Detchon assembled at hor home
Thursday evening to help celebrato
her birthday The evening was spent
In playing games and hnvlng a gen
eral good time Mrs D will long
pleasantly remember tho happy oc
FeJ 18 Mrs Frank Eckis is spend
ing a week with Youngstown friends
Mrs S C Rose called on Mrs H
C Creed Saturday
Mrs Martia Plpher spent a part of
tho week in Youngstown
A party of tnlrty ono friends as
sembled at the homo of Mr and Mrs
Emory Detchon last Thursday even
ing to celebrate tho latters birthday
Mr and Mrs Frank Eckls visited
Mr and Mrs S C Rose Friday
MIbs Bertha Reed called on Mrs
Mnrgia Liby Saturday
Wesley Porter of Youngstown spent
Friday and Saturday with hlB father
MIsb Frances Snook called on Mrs
Mlllicent Creed Thursday
Miss Eckls spent Tuesday
ana wcanesaay witn ner sister Airs
Fred Moherman
Mrs Roy Renkenborger and child
ren of Berlin spent Sunday with her
parents Mr and Mrs Ephralm KHng
Lincoln Snook wife and daughter
francos spent Thursday with Mr and
Mrs 8 c Rose
Miss Lucy Porter colled on Mrs
Edward Russell Sunday
Tho regular meeting of Milton
grango was held Wednesday evening
Mr and Mrs Lincoln Snook Miss
Francia Snook Miss Lucy POrter
roner anoou o creed Cleveland
Troutman and Alva Porter wero Init
iated In tho first and second decrees
of tho order Tho regular meeting
night for 1913 waB fixed for tho sec
ond Wednesday evening of each
month A special meeting Including
a grango supper will bo held Wednes
day evening Feb 26 The grango Is
ordering a carload of fertilizer through
the Mahoning and Columbiana co-op-
erauvo association which is to bo
completed about the timo of this
meeting JByron Williamson is the
ousinesgTigeflt -
Anyone wishing their nows SDread
very rapidly can Inform tho
tlon bureau There has been two es
tablished Milton hns oi last found a
uso for Its old bachelors
Those regular In attendance at tho
Milton Center school during tho fifth
month were David Helsel Luther and
John McPherson nnd Howard Creed
Those missing only one day wero
Lillian nnd Florence Cole nnd John
Miltons latest an expected match
an old bachelor and a widow
Feb 19 Mr nnd Mrs Will Wither
stlno of North Jackson wero guests
at M Corlls Sunday
Wm Bush is hauling wood to
Hlney and Buster aro making a fine
record In school this winter
Wm Morse visited his son Shannon
at Perkins last week
MIsb May Corll and brother Dudley
visited relatives at Smiths Corners
Tuesday evening
Orris Neff is the champion hair cut
ter on the street
Tho street doesnt seem to be wide
enough for some of our young men
Miss May Corll and friend were in
the city one night this week
Chicken thieves seem to bo still on
the Job Let them visit tho Rackey
They will get a good supply of shot
Albert McICnlght was a caller In
Youngstown this week
Mrs Wm Morse and Mrs M Crum
were shoppers In Canfleld last week
Raccoon Road seems to be quite
lively There has been seen several
strange people walking the road afoot
Levi Wehr and Jack Klnsella of
Peofowl Alley had business In Youngs
town lost week
Earl Osborno and Wm Sander are
hauling logo for Chas Wehr
Clarence and Elmer McKnlght of
Youngstown vlstled their parents Mr
and Mrs J C McICnlght Sunday
Mr and Mrs Opra Crum of Bears
Den visted over Sunday at Chas
Feb 19 There will be an oyster
supper In the basement of the Evan
gelical church Saturday evening
Surprise birthday party was given
last Saturday evening by Mrs Perry
Ohl in honor of her husband Avery
pleasant social time was had A fine
lunch was served by the hostess of
which 118 partook Warren Nilea
and Youngstown were lepresented in
the gueBt list
Mrs Carrie Schisler of Falrvlew is
visiting her sister Mrs Dan James
Report of school taught by Miss
Lulu E Hake for tho month of Jan
uary Pupils perfect In attendance
were Raymond Norman and Tod
FJIck Howard Reel Itussell Donahue
Helen and Myron Bishop Absent one
day or less were John Reel Nina An
derson Eva Donahue Sadie and Dana
Ripple Total enrollment 34
John DeHotf will soon be able to
leave the hospital
Simon Foos Is slowly regaining
Herbert DeHoff Is home frpm Chi
Mrs G W DeHoff spent Sunday
with her daughter Mrs Carl Florence
In Berlin Center
A number from here were called tn
Youngstown Monday to serve as spec
ial Jurors
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London Chappies Are Carrying Reticules News Item
Feb 19 Tho Character Club meet
ing hold at the home of W L Ripley
was well attended
Preaching in tho M E Church next
Sunday morning and evening Hoy
Anderson was in Canfleld Saturday
James Harding whofhaa been ill
with typhoid fever isrecoverlng
Miss Mary Treffinger is teaching
a very successful school here The
people apparently take great inter
est there being as many as eight vis
itors some days
George Anderson and A R Schafer
were called to Youngstown to
as Jurors for tnrco weeks
Charles Fonstcrmakcr was at Jesse
Allens Sunday night -
Eli Spencer Son had a sale to
day and wl movo to Salem to en
gage in thb milk business
Sehoh Riploy was in Berlin Sat
J S Wilson was in Canfleld Mon
Harry and Vannlc Cutting were at
Smiths CornerB Sunday
Francis Allen was ln Columbus
Wednesday and Thursday
Chester Cornell of Pittsburgh was
In town Sunday
Arthur Barrlnger who had his
thumb cut off is Improving
yb12MrsS AoM5llly of Al
liance is hero visiting friends and
The Character Club meeting held at
the home of W L Ripley Friday eve
ning was largely attended and a line
time was had by all present A very
lntersetlng feature of the evening was
a debate on the subject of A farm
of 50 acres well cultivated Is moro
productive than a farm of 150 acres
Mrs J W Ressler has returned
homo from Akron where sho spent
several wepks
Mr and Mrs Frank Howard of
North Jackson Miss Hazel Hoyle
Miss Mary Hyatt Miss Nellie Rug
gles Claude Cover and Frank Ruggles
of Berlin Centor nnd Mrs S A Mc-
Neilly of Alliance wero among the out
of town guests at tho Character Club
meeting held at W L Ripleys Fri
day evening
Tho valentine social held at the
home of Emory Matthews last Thurs
day evening waB well attended
MIsb Edith M Brown of Damascus
spent Saturday and Sunday at her
home here
Epworth League meeting Sunday
night was held at tho homo of W L
Tho trouble over tho school hero
has quieted somen hat
Mr and Mrs Emory Cutting wero
in Youngstown Saturday
Mrs Frank Hull was in Canfleld
Sunday afternoon
Wara Ressler of Rosemont spent
Sunday with his parents Mr ana Mrs
J W Ressler
Francis C Allen went to Columbus
one day last week
Deputy Sheriff Al Bell of Voungs
town was here Saturday
George AnderBon Is serving on tne
Jury In Youngstown
Grange meets Tuesday evening In
grange ball
There will be preaching services in
tho Methodist church next Sunday
morning and evening
Mrs William Schafer is on tho Blck
Feb 19 Urban Moore and son Mer
vln were in Canfleld Tuesday While
returning home they found a sack of
corn meal between Canfleld and the
Corners Owner can have same by
calling at Mr Moores
Myron Goodman spent last week In
Youngstown attendlqg the auto show
Homer French mother and sister
of Patmos spent Sunday at J J Hen
Albert Slgle was in Youngstown
Samuel McQuIston visited at Urban
Moores Sunday
Mr and Mrs Mervln Moore visited
J J Hendricks and wife Sunday
Mrs Pearl Esterly and Ina Esterly
called at I H Goodmans Sunday
Mr anjl Mrs Urban Moore spent
Saturday at the home near Greenford
of Mrs Moores uncle Ellas Ken
reich who celebrated his 82nd birth
day anniversary
Ernest Slgle returned home Tues
day after spending some time visiting
relatives In Leetonla and Poland
Mr and Mrs Freeman Bolrd spent
Sunday in North Jackson at the home
of Henry Baird
Mrs Hugh Knauf and Mrs Freeman
Baird were in Youngstown Friday
Misses Edna and Daisy Baird spent
Sunday with their aunt Mrs Clark
Mrs Lucy Goodman called ou Mrs
Ida Baird Monday afternoon
Disto julvrt krtaaa nsuita
Feb 19 Tho W C T U held Us
monthly mcotlng Saturday afternoon
at tho home of Mrs Marion Stratum
A very interesting meeting was held
The March meeting will bo hold with
Mrs B T Kegg
Mr and Mrs Ray Wack and little
daughter spent Sunday at Sam Weill
It is thought than an operation on
Dr Lcyman will bo necessary ampu
tating a portion of his feet Tho cx
tent of the operation is not known yet
Will and Florence Mlddleton and
Fred Weingart spent Sunday with
friends in Nlles
Mrs Ralph Bowman spent Saturday
night and Sunday with her sister An
na Swank of Milton who Is seriously
Homer Greenamyre and family wero
Sunday visitors at the home of Ed
George Ware is working for Mid
dloton Greenamyre
Harry Dewan has moved his family
from here to Salem
Mrs Clark Leyman and Katie Stall
smith wero Friday visitors with Rilda
Some of our young folks had a mer
ry tlmo skating In the flat near Ed
Rileys a few evenings ago
ulte a number from hero attend
ed the Daughters of Veterans enter
tainment In Berlin Saturday night and
report It flne
Mr and Mrs S G Howard visited
Mr and Mrs John Strohaker of Sa
lem Sunday
Mr and Mrs Adolphus Howard
spent Monday with friends near Ells
worth Station
Ernest Riley and family wero Sun
day afternoon visitors at his mothers
His brother Ed Is getting nlong nice
ly with his broken arm
Feb 19 Mrs Susan Forney cele
brated her 89th birthday anniversary
last week Her son Maurice Forney
of Brookfleid who has been visiting
her for several weeks and Mrs G
N Law of Columbiana a son and
daughter of Mrs Forney spent tho
day with her at tho home of another
daughter Mrs E M Covert Mrs
Forney enjoys excellent health de
spite her advanced years
There has been no school in tho In
termediate department of our schools
this week owing to the illness of the
teacher Rollln Crouse
Miss Mazio Glenn who has been 111
for several veeks Is now rapidly re
covering and hopes to soon be able to
resume her school work In Canfleld
G M Criswell who conducted meet
ings Jast week in the Evangelical
church left Monday for his homo In
Toledo Tho meetings are being con
ducted by Rev Tovey
Elmer Mentzer of Youngstown was
a caller at H E Mentzers Sunday
Mrs Ed Crook visited her Bon Rob
ert In Washlngtonville Sunday Ho
is still under quarantine but 1b recov
ering nicely from an attack of scarlet
J M Halm attended a meeting of
tho Mens Personal Workers League
in Salem Sunday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Earl Covert spent
Sunday with Mrs Anna Hoffman In
Mrs Wm Gutterba of Now Middle
town visited Mrs Morgan Covert Sun
Feb 19 Heman Yeager of Berlin
Center called on relatives here Fri
Mr and Mrs John Clay were Sun
day guests at W S Bairds
Thomas Weaver and wife J S
Weaver and family and Mr and Mrs
F C Hunt were entertained at the
home of Mrs Rebecca Manchester
Roy Blott attended a box social in
Greenford Saturday evening
N S Kenrelch and son Albert and
Mrs Elmer Kenrelch and daughter
Edna were In Youngstown Monday
Richard Godward spent last Wed
nesday In Damascus
F H Williams delivered a bunch
of lambs Monday to J E Will ton In
Frank Hlner has gone to Masslllon
Hazel Manchester and Ethel Wil
Hams spent Sunday forenoon with
Lola Ruth Gordon
Mr and Mrs Ell Goodman of Can
fleld spent Tuesday at Harvey Good
Mrs Harvey Baird visited Mrs W
S Baird Saturday afternoon
Howard Holloway It working for
Harvey Goodman
R M Justice was In Canfleld Sup
Mrs Elmer Ktnrelch and daughter
Edna spent laat Thursday afternoon
with Mrs W paint
Feb 19 Preaching is announced
for next Sunday morning and even
ing by tho pastor Rev C M Hart
Mrs Frank Rogers Is suffering with
a severe cold
H D Miller and Perry Ellas were
in Youngstown Saturday
Mrs Paul Messerly and two daugh
ters of New Buffalo and Mrs Joe
Cessna and two children of Rosemont
visited their sister Mrs H D Miller
Walter Mellinger of Leetonla spent
last Saturday with his uncle Orrln
Miss Ella Rico and her puuplls will
celebrate Washingtons birthday with
appropriate recitations and songs Fri
day afternoon
Stacy Cook and Floyd Knauf visited
their cousin Wright Hendricks Sun
H D Miller has pui chased a Ford
Mrs Fred Mattlx and Mrs R Reich
stadt and daughter Edith of Green
ford visited Mrs H D Miller Satur
day afternoon
Chnrles Ramsey Is able to bo out
after several weeks lllneBS
Ernest Holben was In Canfleld Sat
Mrs Ralph Schnurrenberger 1b con
fined to her bed suffering with grip
Mr and Mrs C J Roller of Green
ford vlBlted Mr and Mrs T L Knauf
Saturday evening
George Bush of Greenford was In
Calla Sunday
Miss Ruble and Roy Knauf Lester
Templin Deweeso Paulin and Roy
Metzler attended a box social In
Greenford Saturday night
Warren Loveland unloaded a Hub
er traction engine here last Friday
Mr and Mrs Isaiah Paulin wero
Sunday visitors at Harvey Knaufs
Mrs John Oesch and MIbs OeBch of
East Lewlstown visited at Lester
Cooks last Sunday
Alvln Snyder of Maple Grovo was
In Calla Saturday
William Geis of Now Buffalo was
hero Saturday
Mr and Mrs Andrew Cochel of
Greenford visited Mr and Mrs J M
Cochel last Sunday
Mr and Mrs C W Hendricks on
Saturday went to Canfleld where thoy
will reside
Miss Ella Rice spent Tuesday night
at her homo in Canfleld
M B Templin recolved a car of
coal Saturday
Ray Smith of New Buffalo was in
town Saturday
W P Mellott waB In Youngstown
Mrs Elmer Schnurrenberger of
Greenford spent a ffiW days tho first
of tho week with her son Ralph and
Miss Sylvia Hiner of Canfleld 1b as
sisting Mrs H D Miller
Walter Johnston of Maple Grove
was hero Friday
H J Metzler who Is section fore
man at Canfleld has purchased a
speeder and goes to and from work on
Masters Cecil and Elden Cook are
spending some time with their grand
parents Mr and Mrs John Oesch in
East Lewlstown
George Rush who has been indis
posed Is able to be out
Dr Coy of Canfleld was hero Satur
Prof C W Lesher was at home
over Sunday
Tho North Lima band will glvo a
free concert In high school hnll Fri
day evening Feb 28 Everybody
w elcome
Mrs Barbara BlosBer Is suffering
with neuralgia
Arthur Burns and Orvillo Blosser
wore In Columbiana Saturday
Mr and Mrs J R Sauerweln and
sons wero out of town visitors Sun
Warren Bare and John Renkenberg
er wero in Youngstown Saturday
Mrs Lydla Weaver visited Mrs
Sarah Kurtz Saturday evening
C A Baer bold his plo of old horse
shot to a 1 7 in Youngstown
Mr and Mi 3 H L Burns Rn 1
daughter JNiia ana AirB Henry
visited Mr and Mrs John Brad
ley Sunday afternoon
Henry I lnsser Is having an acety
lene light plant plated in his houso
und shop
Quito a company was entertained
at the home of Homer Lynn Sunday
evening by Chauncey Painter playing
his talking machine Those present
were Mr and Mrs John Bradley Mr
and Mrs Melvln Beard Mrs C A
Baer Mrs Vean Cole Mrs Wm Het
rlck Misses Mabel Burns and Tlllle
Cole Norman Hetrlck and Masters
Ional and Gordon Beard
Do not forget the band concert In
North Lima It will be free
Feb 19 Mrs John Daugherty Is
still a great sufferer from rheumatism
and her daughter Lucile has come
home from Salem to assist her
Alvie Houts has opened a candy
Mrs Will Smith and Mrs Edward
Zimmerman were In Salem last Fri
day attending a valentine party given
Mrs Joseph Weaver in honor of her
60th birthday anniversary
Lester Truxall spent Sunday with
his brother In Salem
Mrs Frank Fisher vlBlted her son
Homer in Salem last Sunday
Mr and Mrs Marion Truxall cele
brated their tenth wedding anniver
sary Tuesday and tho occasion was
a most pleasurable one
Wilson FiBher spent Sunday in Co
Perry Toot was an Alliance visitor
Saturday- night
Marlon Truxall Edward Zimmerman
and Vernon Lodge played for a dance
at WUlow Grove last Saturday night
Miss Fanny Smith and Will Grace
visited Sunday In Greenford with Mr
and Mrs Ira Calvin
Coal mines in this locality have
been liberally patronized during the
cold weather February brought
Albany does not grow very fast but
it Is a good old town just tho same
Try ta Dispatch 1 year
NO 48
Feb 19 Chas Meeker and family
spent Sunday at Adolph Meekers In
cw uunaio
1 Mr and Mrs Clinton Beard Mr
ana iurs iienry Heintzelman and Fay
Helntzelman spent Sunday afternoon
at Monroe Beards in Youngstown
Those from here who attended the
nutomobilo show in Youngstown Fri
day evening wero Elmer Alvln and
Homer Balr Fay Helntzelman and
Howard yle
Miss Ruth Gerwig of Pleasant Grove
spent Friday and Saturday with Es
ther Helntzelman
Ray Kyle of Youngstown and Ora
Aubel of Boardman and Howard Kyle
spent Sunday at Sylvanus Hclntzel
Calvin Frye is working In Youngs
Warren Bare and family of Youngs
town spent a few days last week at
Ellas Bares
H C Heintzelman had business in
Canfleld Friday
Miss Estella Sweeny of Pleasant
Grove spent Saturday night and Sun
day at Henry HelntzelmanB
Miss Pearl Schaeffer and Mrs A P
Lloyd of Youngstown spent a fow days
last week at M C Ricos
Miss Anna Paulin Bpent last Wed
nesday evening with Ruth Garver of
Mrs John Henderson of Struthers
spent a few days at Wm Deltrlchs
Marcus Rice has been mentioned as
a candidate for postmsatcr at Calla
Feb 18 Mr and Mrs John Bort
mas oi Canfleld spent Sunday with
Geo Bortmas and family
Clarence Larkln miffornrl with nn
a few days last week
Miss Fannie Cutting or Ellsworth
called on Dewey Neff Sunday
Geo Reebel and Mrs Fusselman
BDent Sundav with Ailnm Tlrnlmt nntl
family of Turner Street
t w a Neff and Elmer Fusselman
were In FoBtervlllo Thursday night
Mrs W J nnnrlirhf nnrl nnr litf
Vera Bpent Wednesday with Jefferson
uoni ana iamuy of wall Street
ChaB Wehr and Henry Young of
Raccoon Street called nt n A Noffn
T W E Noff wan In YniinPRtnwn
Chas Craver Is spending a fow days
in Nowton Falls
Ray Fusselman was In Youngstown
Miss Myrtle Handwork of Youngs
town Is spending a few days with her
mother Mrs Ell Handwork
A Statement
It has been rumored that tho money
collected by W E Noff and C Larkln
lor Mrs Curtis Shafefwasnot turatd
In This Is untrue as all money and
papers containing names of subscrib
ers wero handed to Giidden Gardner
a brother of Mrs Shafer This state
ment enn be verified by consulting
Mr Gardner w E Neff
Feb 19 John Fink is laid up with
a couple of broken ribs tho result
of tripping on a rug und falling on
the edge of a chair
Comfort Osborno of Youngstown
spent Sunday and A S McCollum of
Youngstown Sunday nftjernoon and
evening In tho home of G WStrock
Miss Lethn Marl Hunt of Bristol
vlllo is spending a couple of weekB
In the home of D B Wonsettler on
North street
The famous mule Lucy aged 37
years owned by John rink died Fri
day Feb 14 Last November for
the sixth time she led tho democratic
partys parado In Youngstown and
saw a democrat president elected
Sho was Interred on tho Fink farm
Peace to her ashes
Miss Lydla Strealy has recovered
from an attack of measles
Mrs C W Osborne of Youngstown
was a Sunday caller
Mrs G W Ryder spent last Thurs
day night In tho homo of her daugh
ter Mrs M K Boyle of Youngstown
Walter Kline of Berlin has moved
Into tho house vacated by John Smith
on Smith Bros farm
Miss L M Hunt and C H Wonset
ler known as the Jolly Two gave an
entertainment In the Fostervllle Mis
sion church Thursday evening
Feb 19 Tho new pastor of the
Lutheran church delivered a fine ser
mon before a well fllled house Sunday
Jerry Wlllsdorf and wife visited
their daughter Mrs Hazel Barlnger
over Sunday
Arthur Shisler and wife are the
proud parents of a baby boy born Feb
Woodvllle Fellnogle and wife called
on John Keeler and family Sunday
MIbs Luella King is preparing to
go to town for the summer She Is
a flne music teacher Best wishes for
her success
We hear that Andrew Kales farm
Is for sale Anyone wanting a good
farm should Inquire of Woodvllle Fell
John HInes is attending revival
meetings In Berlin
Mrs Lottie Harmon visited at Will
Chamberlains last week
Subscribe for the IDspatch and get
all tho county nows worth while
Feb 20 Mr and Mrs Walter Leon
ard and Mr and Mro U VI Rinllomin
I called at H P Stallsmiths Saturday
Mrs Hannah Haney of Cleveland
Is visiting her daughter Mrp E T
E T Callahan had business in Ba
lem Monday
C B Foulk and tjaugbler Edith call
ed on E J Rummell and family of
Patmos Friday afternoon
Miss Mabel Foulk is recovering
from a aevere attack of toaalUtl
H P Stallsmiths condition remains
Jehu Boyer was in Caaafct Tueff
day ij

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