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WELL PLACED ADVERTISING
Brings resultsond thai la the object
The Mahoning Dispatch crrteJ mes
sages in advertising form to a large
Dumber of people In all parte of the
county Ton will be more than pleas
ed -with result If you adrertlso In The
Dispatch
VOL XLI1 NO 50
Washingtonville
Mrs J D Smith took suddenly 111
last Saturday -At this writing her
condition Is a Utile Improved
The National Fuel administration
has urged the conservation ot gas
Our community has been burning gas
continuously This was ordered stop
ped and the town council has ordered
the road supervisor to make morning
and evening triris to each street light
TBIs will materially increase the cost
of lighting to the tbwn but wo must
comply wdth the fuel orders and do all
we- can to help In the conservation of
fuel
Carpenters and plasterers are busy
at the K of P hall building The
rooms are expected to iier ready for
mootlngs of the lodge in April
There will be a special meeting o
members of the Washingtonville Co-
operative Society Wednesday evening
to act on -the resignation of the man
agerr Richard Wilkinson who teuar
hls resignation effective at once
Geo Leonard has purchased the A
Stouffer property on Maple St and
takes possession at once
Mrs Lambert Carrier accompanied
her daughter Mrs Percy Tetlow of
Salem to Lisbon last Wednesday and
were guests In the house of Mrs Win
Dalrymple
Mrs Lambert Carrier was called to
Youngstown to the home of her broth
er JUchard Davis this week by his
serious illness
Mrs O P Moore visited Tuesday
with her sisters dn Salem
Mr and Mrs Henry Getz wore Co
lumbiana visitors Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Thomas Dalrymplo
were Salem visitors Monday
Mrs Arthur Johnson spent Thurs
day In Columbians
Mrs Isaac Williams and daughter
Dordthy of Leetonia Mrs Tony Pos
sage and eon of WestPoint were Tues
day guests of Mrs John Lecson
Mrs Damon Vaughn and Mrs Goo
Vaughn visited in the home of Mrs
John Woodward Tuesday
Mrs Viola Baker was In Leotonla
Thursday
Miss Lena Barrow of West Point
was a Saturday guest of Miss Alice
Wilkinson
Abel and Eugene Tourdot of Can
ton visited here Sunday in the home
of their father Joseph Tourdot
Mrs Charles Taylor has been very
ill Her daughter Mrs Jas King of
Salem has been caring for her
Charlie Orr of Columbiana was a
caller at the home of J N Paisley
Thursday evening
Mrs Hugh Dalrymplo entertained at
dinner Sunday in honor of her hus
bands birthday anniversary Guests
included members of the immediate
families
Mrs P Stevenson ot New Castle
was hero at the home ot her parents
Mr and Mrs Chas DeJane during tho
week
Relatives from here attended tho
funeral of Mrs Saul Betz hold from
itho home in Leetonia Monday
Lloyd Firth was initiated into tho
F of A- lodge Friday evening
Grandmother Frankford returned
homo to Columfbiana after two weeks
visit here at the home of her son Ed
ward
iWm Lindsay of Leetonia was a Sun
day visitor at the home of Mr and
Mrs Fred Weikart
Mr and Mrs T A Hutchinson re
lumed home Saturday evening after
a weeks stay at the home of his par
ents In Youngstown
Mr Ansel Senhclser secured work
at the W H Mulllns planlt in Salem
beginning Monday
Hello Leetonia Are you still on
the map As the road to your town
is in such bad shape we thought it
best to enquire Now listen neigh
bor What can we do to improve thiB
condition We need your tradesmen
and you surely need our help in your
business It Is next to Impossible for
doctors rto make calls here and differ
ent tranches of business are at a
standstill Whats the trounblo All
the material necessary Is at hand to
put the roads in good shape and we at
this end have tons and tons of mater
ial ready to be transported to the
roads You can go to other localities
where all material must be shipped
and you will find the roads in for bet
ter condition than they are between
thtte two towns Can you people do
anything to help get this road in
shape If so lets make a start and
get business moving between the two
place
lAn Easter Opening of Ladles Miss
es and Childrens trimmed hats be
ginning Monday March 24 for one
-week Prices from 2 to 6 All tho
new summer bnapes ana colors at
Brains Millinery adv
tMre Chas DeJane sr had the mis
fortune to fall from the steps at her
home on Main St last Thursday sus
taining injuries to her spine Her
daughter Mrs Walter Fullerton of
New Castle Is waiting on the aged
parent
Grandmother Senbelser has been laid
up all winter on account of her ad
vanced age Two weeks ago she took
suddenly ill and is now confined to her
bed Her daughter Mts J O Hot
fert of Youngstown was with her this
week Mrs Geo Senheiser of New
Catle -visited her a few days last
week
Memorial services were held at Mid
way Mennonlte church last Sunday for
Corporal Walter Detrow who died in
action dn France last October Cor
poral Detrow was the only one of the
boys of this vicinity that has the
wreath encircling his star on the ser
vice board here
Chas iStouffer took possession of
his newly purchased homelast Frl
day Clare Waggle moving into the
home vacated toy Mr Stouffer Earl
Chamberlain has moved his family to
Leetonia Henry Bell purchased the
Paul Mathay home on High street
1 Mr Mathay will occupy the home with
Mrs Mftthays father west of town
Miss Helen Weikart called on
friends in Salem Tuesday
Mrs William Simpson pleasantly
entertained the Ladles Home Circle
last Wednesday evening Mrs Per
cy Tetlow of Salem and Mrs IXanlel
Stevens were Jnvited guests Miss
Audra Simpson entertained with dlano
selections A dainty lunch was serv
ed The club will meet with Mrs
Frank Spear next week
Bfc
Miss Olive Bailey and Glenn Davis
relumed to their work at the Crescent
Machine Co Leetonia after several
weeks Illness
II J Woods has been confined to
his home this week with Influenza
Mrs Harmon was off duty this week
on account of sickness Mrs Carl
Weikart taking her place as teacher
in the public school
Audrel Woods of East Liverpool
was a Sunday guest here with his
mother
Mrs Charity Roller was a Columbi
ana caller Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Thomas Lewis wero
Leetonia callers Sunday
illarry Culler of Leetonia called al
his home here Tuesday evening
The text of last Sunday evenings
sermon at the Lutheran church was
Mrs Alfred Spear has been serious
ly 111 the past few dajs with ptomaine
poisoning
All the wajs of men are clean in
their own ejes but Jehovah wclgheth
the spirits This sermon was well
rendered to nn appreciative audience
and was very instructive Had more
of the people ot this town been there
to hear the sermon the effect would
surely be noticeable There will bo
pedal Lenten services each Friday
evening to which all aro welcome
Clifford Paisley of Young6town was
here Sunday at the home of his fath
er Mr Paisley has been transferred
from Younsstown to Hake charge of an
office In Canton He and his wife left
for their new home Monday
Mrs Mont Bailey was a Youngstown
visitor last Friday
Mrs Anna Thrasher and daughter
Katherine called on Mrs Harmon at
her home In Columbiana Sundya
Mrs Wm Weikart spent the past
week at tho homo ot her son in Da
mascus
Wm Archer living west of tho vil
lage received word Tuesday of the
death of his father In West Virginia
Tho deceased was dn his 89th year
Mr Archer loft Tuesday evening to at
tend the funeral
Miss Alma Metz of Leetonia was a
Sunday guest of Miss Erma Culler
services ai tno to e vnurcn next
Sunday morning and evening
Mrs David Weikart and Mrs Moses
Grindle wero Salem visitors last
Thursday
MILLVILLE
March 19 The Homo Circle club en
Joyed the hospitality ot the home of
N H JCnopp Thursday afternoon when
she received from 1 to 5 The meet
ing was called to order by the pres
ident Mrs A B Coy The following
members wero present Mrs James
Zimmerman Mrs M G Huffman Mrs
Mary Klndlg Mrs EdWln Bush Mrs
Freeman Halfloy Mrs Elizabeth Yaeg
or Mrs Raymond Lamb Mrs Jerry
Kindlg Mrs W H Knopn and Misses
Lucy B Alvcrson Vesta Kindig Ola
Zimmerman Ora Halfley Carrie and
Mary Huffman Music and needlework
entertained the guests An elegant
repast was served by the hostess Mrs
Robert Carr Mrs Sidney Bennett and
Mies Fraunsle Sears were invited
guests The next meeting will be held
with Mrs H C Lamb In AprlL
Members ot the1 Kings Daughters
and Knights of Honor classes ot our
Sunday school and a few invited
guests from other classes enjoyed Friday-evening
In the homo of W L Hoi
wick At this time plans were made
complete for the county fair and mas
querade box social which will foe held
in the school house Friday evening
March 21
Mrs Geo Orr and Mrs Ed Shep
herd pent TUesday with Mrs Floyd
Frederick of Salem Mr and Mrs
Frederick left Thursday for Youngs
town to make their future home
Mrs Baymond Sheen spent Thurs
day with Mrs Maurice Strawn of Da
mascus
Mrs Martin Bell spent Sunday with
her daughter in Canton
Charles Parker is emplojed by Wan
Spelling
Archie Holland called In Locut
Grove Friday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Roy Zimmerman of
iBland were entertained Sunday by Mr
and Mrs Geo Orr
Howard Bell Is emploj ed by the Vic
tor Stove Co in Salem
Mrs Fred Oesch and daughter
da who are bpendlng some time with
Mrs Sadie Luxeuu or saiem spent
Sunday with Mrs Ann Reee
Harry Holland ana ramiiy spent
Sunday at the home of C K Helnne
man In Goshen Center
Mrs Homer Dunn who has been in
the Salem hospital the past two weeks
has made some improvement
Many from this community attend
ed the sale of Mrs Emma Bates on
ithe Leetonia road Wednesday
The problems of unemployment in
nearby cities and country districts has
become serious
Mrs John Hanlan and Bon Joseph
of Leetonia were guests of friends here
Wednesday
APPLE AVENUE
March 19 Elvira Culp entertained
a few ladles at a carpet rag sewing
igat week
Mrs Raymond Lewis and Oscar
Hendricks of Youngstown and Edith
and Ramond lHendrlcks of Greenford
spent the last of the week with F
F Hendricks
Albert- and Edna Felcht spent Sun
day with their parents
Aaron Culp from the west spent a
night with U D Calvin
Minnie Cool and son Myron and
daughter Mabel and Carl Felcht were
in Columbiana Saturday
Dr Detchon of Oanneld maue a lew
calls in the Grove the past week
Daniel Fishel of Salem was here
iat week making some improvement
on his farm
Mike Post moved Saturday to the
D DeMore farm
George Brooks of North Lima called
on his son Roy and wife Monday
Mabel Cool is working for Mrs Chas
Engler of Canfleld who Is sick
Mike Post bought a cow ot Mike
Paul
John Weikart was a Greenford call
er Monday
Mr Fitepatrick sold a tat cow to
a Canfleld man
-Patronize Dispatch advertiser
ELLSWORTH
March 19 An 8 pound son was
born last week Wednesday night to
Mr and Mrs Sehon Itlpley
Ladles sewed for Belgian relief last
Thursday at the home of Mrs D A
Steenrod
Mrs Alfred Schafcr was in Youngs
town one day last week
Quite a number ot flu cases are re
ported here
Mrs Robert Kcan who had the mis
fortune to tall and break her left arm
above the wrist Is getting along nice
ly
The third and fourth degrees will be
conferred by the grange Tunesday eve
ning March 25 Let all members be
present
J F Schafer called on Youngstwon
friends last Wednesday
James Harding who had a severe
attack ot indigestion Wednesday even
ing is improving slowly
Emory Bunts called nt the Station
ulwmtiQ
one day last week
Wm Schafer and Frank Broadsword
motored to Massillon Sunday
Mr and Mrs Wm Kcan were in
Youngstown Wednesday
Mrs Amanda Alley returned Thurs
day from Alliance
Mrs Nettle Loughlln was in Alli
ance one day last week
Mr and Mrs Jerry Resler ore spend
ing some time in Canton with their
son Ward and family Jerry Is on the
sick list in Canton
Mrs Ed Hammond has returned
from Youngstown and is caring for
Mrs Sehon Ripley
Esther Gosser spent Sunday at her
home he Te
Mrs Milton Florence was in Youngs
town Saturday
Missc3 Elizabeth and Carrie Schaf
er of Warren spent Sunday at their
home here
Leslie Slegel of Rosemont called
here Saturday evening
Mr and Mrs Forest Hammond and
children were Sunday guests at the
home ot Mr and Mrs J F Schafcr
There will be preaching in the M
E Church next Sunday morning
Forest Hammond J F Schafer and
Jay Helsel called In North Jackson
Sunday afternoon
The Red Cross Auxiliary met Satur
day
Corporal Charles Bycrs who was in
France several months has arrived
from overseas and Is now in a Now
York hospital suffering with influenza
He expects to be mustered out soon
and return home
Harry Brown ds 111 with influenza
Elmer Cowan who was in military
training several months was
dy discharged and returned to his home
here Saturday evening
The Camp Fire Girls have complet
ed their comfort knit out of scraps
of yarn people gladly gave ithem
There1 are 108 blocks in all It will
soon be sent to some military hospit
al across tho water There are nine
girls belonging to the Camp of Good
Cheer Miss Frances Fitch ds guard
ian
Anyone desiring to make donation
to the Red Cross canteen in Alliance
kindly leave same at Homer Crooks
store or at the postofllce at Ellsworth
Station before Friday evening as all
donations must be collected in time
for delivery to the train Saturday
morning The ladles of the canteen
are well pleased with the showing that
Ellsworth community has made in do
nating the boys who pass through Al
liance
Francis Allen had the misfortune to
cut one of his thumbs badly with
sheep shears
Asher Case spent Sunday at his
home here
Grangers served dinner at John Bar
doe sale Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Elmer Crum spent
Sunday In Rosemont
Howard Detchon called here Sun
day evening
Mrs C Case Is assisting Samuel
GosseT and Ralph Felsley in music
lessons
Dr Gudgel of Berlin was a caller
here last week
Mrs J F Schafer was in Youngs
town Monday
The Chicago Entertaitners will give
the lost number of the lecture course
in the Presbyterian church Wednes
day evening March 26 and If you
enjoy good music do not fail to at
tend
SHADY HQLLOW
March 19 Mr and Mrs H C
Helntzelman and son John of Board
man spent Sunday afternoon with Mr
and Mrs F C Helntzelman
Mr and Mrs Charles Smith 6pent
Wednesday afternoon in Youngstown
Charles Meeker is serving on the
Jury in Youngstown for three weeks
Quite a number from here attended
the basketball game in Canfleld Fri
day night when Boardman and Can
field played -
Several from here attended a meet
ing of the dairymens Co operative
Sales Co dn Canfleld Saturday nlgbt
P C demons E R Withers J O
Van Fossan and Win and C F Diet
rich attended a salo in North Lima
Monday
Miss Eva Bare was home from
Youngstown Friday afternoon
P C Clemons attended a sale in
North Lima Thursday afternoon
Grandma Snyder of North Lima
spent a few days at L J Snyders
Mr and Mrs L J Snyder and three
sons spent Sunday at Clark Bares
Mr and Mrs Earl Rothgeb and lit
tle daughter called at C L Meekers
Sunday
EAST LEWISTOWN
March 19 J E Burkholder
and
family are visiting In Orrville
Mr and Mr M M Melllnger called
on J A iBurkbolder and family Sun
day alternoon
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Zicgier and
Mr and Mrs Jacob Martin of North
Lima visited Nancy Blosser and Susie
IWbltmer one day last week
Aaron Culp called on Sam Hanmon
and Urban Calvin last Monday
Some of the farmers are taking in
their sap buckets They say the sap
is doing no good
Some farmers have commenced
plowing sod ground for corn planting
GREENFORD
March 39 Mre Harvey Weikart of
Canfleld spent last Wednesday with
Mr and Mbs Davldi Huffman and
Mrs Lewis Cost
Miss Compton of Wooster -visited
Miss Bertha Kcnrelch from Wednes
day until Saturday
DelmcT Roller purchased a new bug
gy last week
Ellen and Douglas Thomas of Woos
ter are spending a few weeks with
their grandparents Rev Noffzlgerand
wife
The grange program published last
week was rendered Tuesday evening
and enjoyed by all present County
Agent Lehman is to be present March
25 and talk on the Farm Bureau
Dogs killed seven eheep belonging
to Mrs Sarah Schnurrenberger and
sons and now they contemplate sell
ing the remainder of their sheep as
they do not care to keep thom for the
dogs
J B Schroy returned Friday from
Indianapolis accompanied by his son
Carey who had been taking treatment
there
Greenford grange netted over 61
from the dinners served at the recent
farmers institute In this place
J 0 iMesserly who is taking treat
ment at the Salem hospital is report
ed to be somewhat improved
Mr and Mrs Wilbur Weikart and
the latters father Mr Mercer and
Mrs Lydla Salsgiver of Youngstown
were guests of Mr and Mrs I N Wei
kart Saturday night and Sunday
Miss Laura Cochel who is taking
treatment at the Salem hospital is not
much improved
Dr Leimbach took Miss Harriet
Calvin to Youngstown one day last
week to have an X ray taken
Remember the literary contest in
Grange hall March 28
A preliminary meeting to organize
a Pythlnn Slters lodge was held last
Thursday night The date of institu
tion was set for April 9 Tho name
selected was Oakleat temple Pythian
Sisters The officers chosen were
past chief Mrs Carl Clay most ex
cellent chief Mrs M C Clay excel
lent senior Mrs Lewis Detrow ex
cellent Junior Mrs John Hively man
ager Mrs Elmer Hendricks mistress
of records and -correspondence Mrs
C F Bush mistress of finance Mrs
G L Bush protector Mrs I N Wei
kart guard Mrs Grace Ammona or
ganist Miss Lulu Clay
Mr and Mrs John Baslngcr of Can-
field were Greenford callers Sunday
On March 12 twenty four members
ot the Lutheran Ladles Aid met at
the home of their president Mrs W
D Roller to celebrate heT birthday
The day was spent in quilting A
feature was a covered dish dinner
When the covers were removed many
surpiises were revealed which wero
enJoed by all On Thursday venlng
Mrs W D Roller wasmuch surpris
ed wheuthlrty ihe Lutheran Boosters
marched in to spend the evening Her
class presented her with a beautiful
cut glass majonnnise set
Mrs W W Bush son Wallace and
daughter Virginia ot Pittsburgh who
had been spending a week In Youngs
Uwnand Mr and Mrs W E Slagle
and ton Kenneth of Youngstown spent
Sunduy with Mr and Mrs A W Bush
Mrs Peter Wenzel spent last Thurs
day -with Mr and Mrs Rob Bush
Mn J H Weikart and Mrs J U
Walter spent Monday night and Tues
day with their sisters Mrs c E cook
and Mrs 1 J Myers in Salem
The next regular meeting ot Green
ford grange avIH be held Tuesday eve
ning March 25 at which time the fol
lowinc nrocram will be given Song
by grange reading Carl Clay possi
bilities of the larm oureau i a sea
man vocal soio isaoei jmjoui ouu
Coy song by grange
NORTH LIMA
March 19 Clyde C Cover who re
cently returned from overseas service
Is spending a furlough at the homo of
ly toCamn Sherman from which camp
he will Tecelve his discharge from ser
vice He writes that he Is well and
delighted to be in the home land again
The Rev D Burghaiter u u wno
ed Church Foreign Mission Board will
sneak in the local church Bunaay
morninc and evening March 30 He
will also speak -to the Sunday school
His addresses will be along misionary
lines
Norman Hetrlck received injuries
last week when a large casting fell on
his lee while he was at work for the
Bepublic Rubber Co He is getting
along wen out win ee connneu io me
house some time
Homer McCormick who was home
from the merchant marine service on
a furlough returned to his duties Sun
day
Miss Ilda Gearing of Winesburg O
rent sometime last week with friends
here and at Youngstown
The Hawaiian Quartett gae an en
tertainment here before a crowded
houe Monday evening Many people
were present from neighboring towns
A St Patricks party was enjoyed
by the local young people Saturday
evening
Wilson Sltler and family are occu
pying rooms in J Pfaus house until
the completion of the residence they
are building
Mrs Lena Lipp will occupy her flue
neiw residence just completed before
the end of the month The bouse she
is vacating will be sold
Mr and Mr Dan Pfau and son Clde
were In Canfleld last Saturday
PfttrvRlrt Daptch xbtwUmj b
iwutel
CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY MARCH 21 1919
PATMOS
March 18 C H Taylor and little
son Charley are suffering with the
flu Other members of the family
who were flu victims are recovering
Mr and Mrs Fred Welngart and lit
tle son and daughter are ill with flu
Mrs Edith Stratton who has been
seriously 111 for several weeks remains
BERLIN CENTER
March 19 Airs Caroline Hantzell
went to Youngstown Monday
Miss lone Renkenberger spent Sun
day with Miss Leora Rakestraw
Dallas Smith has been confined to
the house several days with rheuma
tism
Miss Le Etta Cllne has resumed her
work as Central girl after several
weeks illness with the flu
Mr and Mrs Armond Hartzell of
North Benton are the proud parents
of a bouncing baby boy Mrs Hart-
line of work county home zell is well known here her maiden
ii ti - events Garth tintTio Vinvlni nppii Frances Guthrie
or Miss Blegan current
Jlobert Hillis returned home last
Sunday honoraibly discharged after
serving in the U S Army in France
Mrs Reuben Burky and Mrs Emma
Dustman are visiting the formers sis
ter Mrs Lizzie Swisher in Petersburg
Dallas Smith was in Alliance won-
his parents Mr and Mrs ayj ov Vernon Booth and family have mov
er near Woodworth He was severe- cd south of Hickory
ly wounded and has not yet recovered Wr and Mrs cllaSi SmUn oi amton
from the effects He expect to receive vislted at D Smiths Sunday
his discharge from Camp Sherman as Two carg of were unioaded
soon as he Is pronounced physically flt the statJon A used for making
At drlvewnsot the1 M E Church and at
Forest Mentzer is now stationed at ho parnage
Bellevue France according to a let- Ford H e of Youngstown pent
ter recently received by bis parents Sunday wiai Wb mother
Mr and Mrs Henry E Mentzer He Mervln Hawn has returned home
says that he is in good health but after 6pending BeVeral weeks with his
anxious to get home
son in gribrinc
Mre J H Graf received a letter
from her brother Robert H Tleanann March 19 Born to Mr and Mrs
announcing his safe arrival from ov Earl Beardsley a daughter March 1
erseas at Canm Merritt N J Ho che has been named Julia Ruth
expects to be transferred immediate- Born to Mr and Mrs Albert Yeag
er March 15 a daughter who has been
named Mary Elizabeth
Mr and Mrs L E Hawkins were
in Cleveland last week
The D D I Club met at the home
is Western Secretary of the Reform 1 f Mrs C M Shlvely Tuesday night
and Bpent a very busy evening sewing
on refugee work after which Mrs
Shlvely served a nice lunch
A number from here attended the
play Bringing Up Father In Youngs
town last week
MAPLE GROVE
March 19 Mr and Mrs Fred Bow
man and daughter Gladys spent Thurs
day evening with Mr and Mrs Roy
Blott
Miss Mata Haller who spent sev
eral months in Salem has returned
home
Miss Hazel Manchester attended a
teachers meeting In Greenford Friday
afternoon
Itoy Blott and wife spent Sunday
with the latters parentB Mr and Mrs
A Cronick
Mr and Mrs Harvey Goodman were
tn Ynuncatown one day last week
John Unger was seriously ill Satur
day night with heart trouble
Miss Twila HoCman ot Youngstown
spent Sunday and Monday with her
parents here
Edna Kenrdgh spent Friday after
noon at Roy Blotts
I H Hoffman and family moved to
their new home near Cornersburg
I Tuesday
JOR
BOARDMAN
March 19 P D Coler met with a
painful accident Monday when his
team ran away He was thrown on
his face and a wagon wheel ran over
his body He Is now able to be out
of bed
Mrs Pond wife of the rector is
sick in bed Their son Lester came
In about the same condition Much j home sick and his two children are ill
work is being done here for the Bel
glans
James Campbell has moved from
his farm near here to the Nelson
Gunder house which Mr Campbell
purchased last fall Mr Fowler of
near Salem has moved to Mr Camp-
bells farm and will work for him this
year
Ray Wack who has been living on
the Ell Cronlck farm near Berlin Sta
tion Is moving to the Snyder farm
near here
Bunker Hill W C T U and W I
M S met March 12 in joint all day
session at the home of Mrs Zella
Maris There were nine present W
C T U held Its session In the fore
noon opening with the usual devotion
als Roll call was responded to with
sayings of Frances E Wlllard Read
ing of letters from the state and coun
ty presidents was followed by a lively
discussion of the work carriexl on by
the Civic Reform Union
State plans of work were read and
discussed and it was decided to take
up the work of the anti narcotic de
partment this work to be under the
joint supervision of Mrs W C Mid
dleton and Mrs Ada Miller A lively
discussion of the growing cigarette
evld showed that a strong sentiment
against It Is being roused at the pres
ent time and It is hoped that the youth
of our land will 60on be thoioughly
educated in regard to its evils Four
or five subscriptions to the Ohio Mes
senger the official organ of the W C
T U were taken One subscription
to the No Tobacco Journal was also
entered
Two dollars were ordered sent to
the Frances E Wlllard Memorial
fund Superintendents for department
work were appointed as follows
Sunday school Mrs Ada Miller pur
ity Mrs Estella Riley mothers meet
ings and white ribbon recruits Mrs
Zella Maris Plans for raising funds
for the National Jubilee fund were dis
cussed and made to decide on some
nlnn nt th npvt mnfitlnc A finance
I committee to make plans for raising
I nil funHc fnr IVio vnar irnc vQt5ilsTn1
The committee is Mrs W L Middle
ton Mrs Zella Marls and Mrs Flora
Kegc The flower mission collection
amounted to thirty cents After
lunch the W F M S opened its ses
sion and the finance situation was
discsused at length but no decision
could be reached A short discussion
was held in regard to the growing
cigarette evil In foregln countries Aft
er some discussion the society decid
ed to try the plan of meeting once a
month with the W C T U instead
of four times a year
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs John Frantz the
first Wednesday in April
with pneumonia Mrs Loter Pond is
just recovering from a severe cold
Rev and Mrs O B Jones of Poland
were Thursday callers among Board
man parishioners
Mrs O H Stafford was a Youngs
town visitor Monday
Mrs W A Chambers spent Thurs
day in Youngstown
The third flowing well for Board
man this winter was struck on he
German Buehrle property
Mr and Mrs John Armltage of Riv
erton N J who have been making a
tour ot California spent Tueday with
Mrs Delilah Agnew and Frank Ag
new and family Mrs Mary Mona
smlth of Youngstown was also a guest
Bert Alexander had a well drilled
at his place last week
Jas Robinson of Youngstown was a
Boardman caller Friday
II C Helntzelman was in North
Lima Saturday evening
H N Starr waB In Youngstown Sat
urday
Mr and Mrs W W Wirt after
staying in North Lima since last fall
came home last week
0 It Phillips was home from War
ren over Sunday
The sick reported last week are all
Improving with the exception of Mrs
Chas Beam
Lester Redfoot of Leetonia loaded
a car of logs here Monday
Mrs H C Helntzelman and son
John were In Canfleld Saturday after
noon
G M Barton was in Youngstown
Saturday afternoon
Boardman bakctball team went to
Canfleld Friday evening and played
the last game ot the season Score
In favor of tho Boardman team
Kenneth Helntzelman was in
Youngtown Friday evening
John Helntzelman returned home
Saturday after staying two weekswitb
his brother in Shady Hollow
George Dudley met with an automo
bile accident Saturday He was not
hurt
Victor Fennerons new house is
compldted
Mr and Mrs H C Helntzelman call
ed on Mr and Mrs F C Helntzelman
of Shady Hollow Sunday afternoon
Herbert Davidson was in Youngs
town Saturday
Mrs H V Holl is suffering with
tonsilitls
DAMASCUS
March 19 A large number of Da
mascus people attended a good roads
meeting in Salem Thursday afternoon
hoping to learn how the state road can
be paved
The Mission band met with Maud
Stanley Saturday afternoon
Miss Esther Winder returned to
Flushing O after spending a week
with her parents here
The funeral of Howard Jackson was
held Thursday afternoon and was
PRINTING DONE
At The Mahoning Dispatch office at
while you wait but promptly said to
a manner that will please you Price
are consistent with service rendered
A trial order Is solicited Please
place It now
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largely attended by Damascus peopleHT
Burial was in the Damascus cemetery
Rev
A jolly crowd of young people en
joyed a party at the Steer sugar camp
Thursday night Maple wax dough
nuts and accessories were enjoyed
Born to Mr and Mrs Irving Bell
Saturday a son
Mr and Mrs E T Shreve and Mr
and Mrs Will Shreve of Alliance spent
Sunday with friends In Damascus
Albert French son of Mr and Mrs
Ben J French reached home here
Sunday after eight months service
overseas He belonged to Co K of
Alliance At the time the armistice
was signed he was attending an offi
cers training camp expecting his com
mission as a lieutenant within a few
days He received his discharge from
Camp Sherman
Henry Atkinson 81 years of age and
a life long resident of this commun
ity fwas Instantly killed Saturday eve
ning by an eastibound Stark Electric
car He was intending to go to his
sons home in Salem to spend Sunday
and had a basket of eggs to carry It
was raining and very dark and the
theory Is that he had not reached the
stop Just a little east of his home
when the car came and he stepped
out on the track to try to flag it but
failed The remains were taken to
Salem and were badly mangled He
is survived by his wife and four child
ren The funeral was held at the
home of his son Dr Leo W Atkinson
in Salem Wednesday afternoon
The Smith Township Literary con
test will be held at Belolt in the school
auditorium Friday evening One pu
pil from each of the nine schools in
the district will take part in the pro
gram and three prizes ot 5 3 and
1 will be awarded to those obtaining
the first three places
ROSEMONT
March 19 Mr and Mrs Homer Bar
nett of Leavittsburg visited at Fred
Klines one dy last week
Edwin Graff of Castle Shannon Pa
Is spending a couple of weeks at the
home of Frank Williams
Leslie Sigle who was employed in
Youngstown has returned to his home
here
Mrs Earl Hooprlch of Warren spent
last week hero at the home of her
parents
Mrs H C Creed was in Youngs
town one day last week
G E Osborne and family of
town spent a short time here Sun
day with relatives
Mr and Aire -Myron Arnold of
I youngstown vllted here Saturday and
Mr and Mrs Leonard Hoffman and Sunday at he home of the formers
daughter Judith of Detroit spent last parents
week at I H Hoffmans
Curtis Greenawalt and family visit
ed In Milton Sunday
Mrs J M Arnold was in Youngs
town Friday
The only difference between the
statesmen and the politicians is that
the statesmen are tall dead and buried
For results use the Dispatch classi
fied columns
1150 A YEAR
NORTH JACKSON
March 19 James Ewlnc who snf -
fered a paralytic stroke last week is
siowiy recovering
Mr and Mrs Fred Mohermon have
been dn Youngstown the past week Buf
fering with tho flu but are getting
along nicely
The remains of Mary Matter wero
brought from Alliance Tuesday and
buried In the village cemetery Miss
Matler will be remembered by many
of her schoolmates
The funeral of Ellas Miller who
died near Baldwins Corners was held
from the M E Church Wednesday
with burial In the village cemetery
Dr Welsh of Youngstown was callA
ed for counsel in the homes of Dale
Kimmel and Mrs John Kyle both be
ing very sick with pneumonia follow
ing flu The family of Ford Jones Is
improving Nurses are employed by
the three families
Several cases of chlckenpox report
ed here
Mrs Lindsay of Ashland spent sev
eral days with her daughter Ida who
is teaching here
Miss Olive Orr attended the funer
al of her cousin Tuesday
Albert Osborn visited his son in
Cleveland last week
Mrs Printz Is seriously ill
Mrs Carrie Russell and daughter
Edna visited in Warren ovct Sunday
Fred Genslcr has moved his saw
mill Into Ward Mohermans woods to
do the sawing for his new house which
he expects to erect the coming eum
mer
Will Smith Is remodeling his house
Ward Moherman has the flu
Fred Lynn has been discharged from
military service and is working in his
garage again
John Roswell Church Fusselman of
the Barclay Fusselman Electrical Sup
ply Co Tacoma Wash died Febru
ary 10 of pneumonTa after an illness
of only six days He is survived by
one sister Mrs Edwin Marshall of
Canton his twite two sons William
of Tacoma Hoswell of Los Angeles
and a daughter Frances at home Mr
Fusselman was tho youngest son of
the late J C and Catherine Fussel
man and was born in North Jackson
Ohio in 1857 going to St Louis Mo
In 1878 and in 1881 taking a claim
near Dexter Kan and buying and
shipping cattle going to Richfield
Morton Co Kan In 1886 he engaged
In the hardware business until mov
ing to Washington where ho Iivqd in
Seattle Bellingham and Tacoma Sev
eral years ago not being able to en
dure the close cqnflnement ot a store
he was traveling salesman for a whole
sale hardware company
WEST AUSTINTOWN
March 19 There will be preaching
by Itev F W Dick Sunday at 11 a
m and by Rev C J Belff in the eve
ning at 730
The Union Sunday school has again
been opened In the centralized school
building In Austlntown meeting in the
afternoon The superintendent Orrln
Flick desires an attendance from all
parts of the township An election of
officers will be held in the near future
iMrs Cella Donahue has moved to
Austlntown
A series of Evangelistic meetings
ijbeing held at Smiths Corners by
t w uicK ot mis piaco ana
L E Hill of North Lima com
mencing every evening at 730 War
has been declared against sin and the
dgvil Volunteers are wanted to en
list
Perfect spelling for the three
months of the contest in the different
townships as published In the Dis
patch the following nre the highest
Poland 32 Austlntown 27 Boardman
17 Pe Tfect spelling for the third
month Boardman first Poland sec
ond Austlntown third
Bert Knight has sold his house and
lot to Guy Mills of Youngstown Mr
Knight purchased a house and lot
from George Anderson formerly
known as the Smedley property and
has moved there
Cloe Bishop has moved back to hlB
property In the village
C W Campbell of Youngstown has
rented Mns Ocella McDonalds house
and lot in Austlntown
This is ithe sixth week from Feb 2
The prediction of the ground hog
was a failure
TURNER STREET
March 19 Pearl Kllng of Austin
town spent Thursday night with Jean
nette Blucher
Mr and Mrs F R Dwing were in
Canfleld Monday
Mr and Mrs James Reed son How
ard and daughter Marion spent Satur
day in Rootstown with Mrs Reeds
parents Mr and Mrs Hough
Samuel Pershing spent Saturday
night with his cousin Harry Dolan
Mrs John Brown was at I S Persh
ings Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Thomas were at Al
fred Kennedys Sunday evening
Charles Carson was In Youngstown
Monday
Luther Brobst returned home Tues
day after spending a week with rel
atives In Warren Youngstown and
Rosemont
Nora Kennedy was at I S
ings Monday
Mr and Mre Adam Brobst were at
Smiths Corners Friday to Bee Leah
Fusselman who -fell last week injur
ing one of her hips and her head
It K Brick was home from Youngs
town over Sunday i
I S Pershing and Fred Russell were
at A C Carsons Sunday
Elmer Brobst went to Warren Wed
nesday on business
Reported that a large flock of wild
geese passed over last Friday morn
ing
LYNN STREET
March 19 Mrs A Botheeb of
New Egypt spent a few days last week
with her daughter Mrs Irvin
Mr and Mrs Vv H Bush atteaad
James Smiths sale in Coraerstary
weanesaay
Mrs A 8 Lynn spent a fcnr lays
last week with her sister Mm Omm
Lesher
Jean Smith of Auetintown via
at Irvin SanifcrJbacfeers last viik
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