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VOL XLIV NO 17
JWJJUP in IJ K u utm r Tnrqeww iaiii
WELL PLACED ADVERTISINQ
Brings results and that is the object
The Mahoning Dispatch carries mes
sages In advertising form to a large
number of people In all parts of the
county You will bo more than pleas
ed with results If you advertise In The
Dispatch
P
OUT OF REACH
of the
MOVING VAN
i
Own your own home and you can laugh at the mov
ing vans
But as long as you rent every moving van will re
mind you of the unlucky day when you too will have to
move again
A homo of your own is a business asset it helps to
secure credit is desirable security for a loan and is a safe
investment
Start a Savings account with this definite objective
Add to it every week or every month The larger the
fund gets the more rapidly the 5 per cent interest in
creases By saving systematically you will soon
ulate enough to buy a home of your own
We Pay FIVE 5 PER CENT INTEREST on
Savings Accounts
The Farmers
Savings Loan Co
Canfield Ohio
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COWS HORSES HOGS
And
CHICKENS
With
Whiz Fly Spray
Specially Priced For July
BRING YOUR CAN AND MAKE A SAVING
5 gallon lot in hulk per gallon 100
1 gallon lot in bulk per gallon 110
1 gallon lot in cans 130
It Pays to Buy From
The Citizens Co operative Co J
1 mi - m i t A
ine jreopies score
Phono 17 Canfield O
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I ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS
It will be more difficult than ever
before to secure Lime Seed and Fer
tilizers for fall seeding Place your
order with your dealer in time to give
him a chance to order early too We
feel a little proud of our record in be
ing able to get the goods
JOHN DELFS SONS
CANFIELD OHIO
SPECIAL
A Rogers Chest of Silverware
26 Pieces
1500 L
SAMUELS
The House of Reliability
16 SOUTH PHELPS STREET
YOUNGSTOWN OHIO
Headquarters for
1847 Rogers Bros and Community Silver
Give a Thought to South Phelps Street
Washingtonville
Mr and Mrs George Chappell nnd
daughter Dorothy and Mr nnd Mrs
Geo Chappcl Jr were Sunday guests
of Mr and Mrs J C Welkart
Mr and Mrs Richard Chappoll of
Salem gave a party In their homo last
week at which time they announced
the engagement or their daughter
Zelda to Harry Frankford of Lisbon
The wedding Is to bo an early fall
event
Mr nnd Mrs J W Archibald lett
on Thursday for Detroit While there
they purchased a new car and motored
home visiting friends nnd relatives In
Toledo and Cleveland arriving homo
on Tuesday
Willard Christen has purchased a
louring car
Mrs Ivan Davis had the misfortune
to lose the diamond set out of her ring
Mrs Oscar Oalladino of Leetonla
and her guest Mrs Martha Ileratagc
of New Jersey were here among old
friends last Friday afternoon
Miss Joslo Baker of Salem spent
last Friday at the homo of Mr and
Mrs Harvey Baker
Mrs John Smith Sr has been
ously 111 this week
A wedding of interest to friends
hero was the marrlago of Miss Mabel
Barton a former Washingtonville girl
to Andrew Dickson of East Palestine
They were united in marrlago at 11s
bon last Friday morning They will
bo at home to friends on Ohio Ave
Salem
Mr and Mrs Ernest Hooblcr of
Salem were Sunday guests of Mr and
Mrs David Welkart
Jim iBrewster arrived here Tuesday
from Dumfermllne Fifeshire Scotland
and Is now at tho homo of his sister
Mrs Wm Eason and family This
family moved hero recently from the
same city In Scotland which marks tho
birthplace of Andrew Carnegie Tho
cottage in which ho was born Is still
thcro and these folks have often visit
ed this home
Mrs Fred Welkart entertained at
dinner on Thursday in honor of tho
82nd birthday anniversary of her fath
er John Wells Mr Wells Is one ot
the pioneer residents of this commun
ity nnd still enjoys coming up town
and having a visit with his many
friends
Numerous candidates for county
offico have been In town with tho glad
hnnd out to voters
Miss Mac Hutchinson and Robert
Veil of Youngstown called on friends
In town Sunday
Mr and Mrs Harry Ruddy accom
panied by her parents Mr and Mrs
Aaron Whitmcr of Warren motored
here oi Sunday and spent tho day at
tho homo of Mr and Mrs Joseph
Moore They made a few short calls
on other friends In town before re
turning home in the evening
iMrs Grant Grcasel formerly Miss
Mattio Hoffman of this place now of
Cleveland visited Mrs Charity Roller
during tho week end
Morell Welkart won first prize at
the F of A euchre on Friday evening
Chns Herron got the booby
Mrs Catherine Laughlln and chil
dren of Houtsvllle Pa are hero at
tho homo of her sister Mrs Richard
Dunn for several weeks visit
Mrs Wm Welkart entertained as
Sunday dinner guests Mrs Emma
Welkart and sister Mrs Lizzie Irwin
of Kansas City
Mrs Harley Woods and daughters
Dorothy and Helen Mr J N Paisley
and Mr and Mrs Ralph Warner mot
ored to Newcomerstown on Saturday
and had a pleasant visit at tho homo
of Daniel Helster and family They
returned homo Sunday evening
Mrs Wm Dalrymple ot Lisbon call
ed on friends here Thursday afternoon
Mrs Wm Fisher of Youngstown
called on friends here Monday
Jack Faioon while at work at the
Cherry Valley mine was Injured by a
fall of slate Ho was taken In Crow
ells ambulance to the Salem hospital
whero an X ray was taken Ho was
brought to bis homo here An arm
was broken and his back injured
Mr and Mrs Frank Thomas and
daughter Mary of West Middlesex Pa
spent several days the past week at
the home of Mr1 and Mrs Wallace
Wagner
Mrs Fred Welkart was a Leetonla
caller last Thursday
A little daughter to be called Mar
garet Eleanor was born on Monday to
Mr and Mrs Joe Fast
Mrs Viola Baker and Geo and
Agnes Murphy were Leetonla visitors
on Monday
Mrs Elmer Intermill is confined to
her home iby sickness
Mr and Airs J E Gilbert were in
Cleveland over Sunday
Thomas Bailey accompanied Glenn
Davis on a motor trip to Canton on
Sunday
A Johnson and family spent Sunday
in Canton at the home of her sister
Mrs Paul Schuster
Mrs Earl Carnes spent last Friday
at the home of her sister Mrs O P
Moore
A drama entitled ihe Convicts
Daughter was the first of the showB
given by Mr and Mrs John Negrotto
who have been here several weeks
painting scenery in town haU The
play was well attended and appreciat
ed by all We are sure the next play
on Thursday evening win draw a large
crowd The new scenery is une
Services at the Lutheran church on
next Sunday morning and evening
GEEBURG
Miss Blanche McKenzie spent Sun
day evening with her parents
Mrs Annie Osborn and Mrs Mollie
Geist of Youngstown spent a few days
with Arlle Miller and family
Mrs Gipson Kirk and son Hoy of
Rosemont were callers here last Sat
urday
Mrs Mary SmUh and Mrs Margaret
Bellard of Sharon were recent visitors
at Samuel Gaults
Mr and Mrs Perry Rhodes of Wind
ham called on Mr and Mrs Friend
Fenton Sunday evening
Mr and Mrs Arnold Gault spent
Sunday with Mr arid Mrs Samuel
Qault
A wilful waste s woeful want The
nucleus of many a rice padding has
been squandered at weddings
A fellow must be a eood bit of an
egotist to boast that be never has the
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GREENFORD
July 28 Last Thursday afternoon
while postmaster Hnhn was out of
his office a few minutes a young man
whoso name was not learned but is
believed to hail from East Youngs
town entered the office nnd appropri
ated 57 Mr Halin had on his desk
ready to remit to his money order de
pository in Youngstown Mr Hahn
soon discovered his loss and ho and
Mr Callahan pursued the thief and re
covered the money The young man
was sent to the county Jail In Youngs
town to await a hearing
Mr and Mrs Foster Reed Mr and
Mrs H L Davis and son and Mr nnd
Mrs Raymond Lamb and daughter
took their dinner and spent the Sun
day at Idora park
The Home Circle will hold their an
nual summer party at tho home of
Mrs Foster Reed Thursday evening
July 25 Miss Lizzie Yeagcr of
Youngstown will be a guest of her sis
ter at that time
It is reported that C J Roller bold
his farm to A A Less
The school board let tho contract of
putting a heating plant In the school
house to The Laurel Heating Co of
Wooster Curtis Clay of Youngstown
Is doing the repair work and putting
up the fire escape
Mr and Mrs Ray Calvin daughter
Bertha and Arleno and Miss Alice Leh
man of Columbiana motored to Du
cyrus JaBt Thursday morning to visit
Lot Lehman nnd family
Marjorlo Cook is visiting her sister
Mrs W W Bush and family in Pitts
burgh
Rev Oroath of Ada delivered a trial
sermon in the Lutheran church last
Sunday morning and spoke at the con
vention in the evening
The 172nd Sunday school conven
tion was held in tho Lutheran church
Sunday afternoon and evening and
was well attended
Carl Hendricks left on Saturday for
Jtockland to spend a week tho guest
or miss iMirceiene iwoiro
A man In an auto going south Mon
day morning at 4 oclock stopped and
oroKe one or L J Dlveiys front store
windows and took a watermelon some
oranges and a bunch ot bananas and
left for parts unknown
O S and J U Waiter and Mes
dames Frank Griffith and son and
Myron and Mary Pettit spent Sunday
wim relatives in Bayard
Mr and Mrs Harvey Crumbacher
and Earl Hendricks and family were
Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Homer
Crumbacher in Salem
Mr and Mrs Walter Hivcly and
daughter Myrtle Mr and Mrs Royal
Clay son and daughter and Mr nnd
Mrs George Hlvely son and daughter
were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs
Wallace Aikln In Warren
James Rhodes of Youngstown spent
Sunday with his parents here
Frank Griffith A as a Gultfoid visitor
on Sunday
Mr and Mrs Edmond Huffman son
Wilbur and daughter June Hazel and
iieien wuuman or mis place air and
Mrs Frank Schaal of Manlo Grove
and Henry and Dorothy Schaal of Mar
quis motored to Canton Sunday and
spent the day with Mr and Mrs Rus
sell McEldowny Hazel and Helen
Huffman remained for tho week
Miss Edna Schnuerer of Elyria came
on Tuesday to spend i week with her
sister Mrs P H Leimbach and fam
ily
Mr and Mrs Jacob Dressel and son
Wilbur spent Sunday with Mr and
Mrs Samuel Good at Island
Mrs Edmond Huffman entertained
tho Fancy Work Circle this afternoon
From Another Correspondent
July 28 Mr and Mrs Wilbur Wel
kart and Mr and Mrs Bogart of
Youngstown spent Tiosday evening
with the formers parmts
Mr and Mrs Earl Hendricks and
Mr and Mrs Harry Cnmbacher spent
Sunday In Salem
I R Calvin and wife and Mr and
Mrs J M Smith spent Sunday In Se
bring
Charles Barnes and wife of Salem
visited relatives hero last Sunday
Mrs I N Welkart ind Mrs E M
Cook spent Saturday ii Salem
Mrs Bob Maxwell of Washington
ville spent Monday with friends here
Elmer Stouffer and son Carl of Min
eral Ridge called on Fral Mattix on
Monday evening
BOARDMAN
Juno 28 Ladles from St James
parish surprised Miss Sanh Moody at
her home last Thursdar afternoon
Each one present took wih her a con
tribution to a lunch whidi was much
enjoyed
Mr and Mrs C T Agniw of
stown who recently retirned from a
trip through eastern statfs called on
local friends Sunday
Mr and Mrs A W Abuckle have
returned ifrom a pleasat visit in
Rochester nnd SewickIeyPa
Mr and Mrs D N Gaver were in
Youngstown Saturday
Mr and Mrs Frank Aglew and sons
motored to Lisbon Sundy afternoon
Our people who do nojforget to go
to church even If the wather is fine
for auto riding There ms asplendid
attendance at the M E Church and
Sunday school 1st Sundj morning
S A Burt unloaded acar of brick
for his house
Mr and Mrs Carlson entertained
company from Youngswn Sunday
ire a a and Augusta uon and Esther
Heintzelman spent the week end in
Cleveland
Mrs Homer Holl ad daughter
Gladys visited In iPoIandSunday after
noon
1A eon was born to Af and Mrs
Peter Mike last week
Mr and Mrs H CHelntzelman
Qulnten Carlson and eon Holl at
tended a festival in Polins grove at
Shady Hollow last Satulay evening
Miss A B Chute o Youngstown
called at J D Jacks Sunday after
noon
Chas M Beam and SA Burt went
to Marlon last Thursdaj
Among our ladles pa were in
Younretown on Monda were rHr
Mayo Mrs Charles Ban Mrs B C
zeaaxer Mrs a a v ng Mrs H C
Heintzelman Mrs Hopr Holl and
Mrs Mountz
The man of few wcis is Just pie
ifnr Hip fcook Xlffent EeUir nn nmvln
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CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY JULY 30 1920
BERLIN CENTER
July 2S Thr len7h of C M Klyne
of Youngtown who was drowned at
Milton lake nn Sunday afternoon came
as a shock to his many friend here
Dr Kljne was born In Berlin town
ship January 10 1870 a son of the
late Solomon Klyne and wife For tho
past 2 f irs he had lived in Youngs
town and was one ot the best of the
city phslcians He served two terms
as count coroner He leaves his
wife who was Miss Flora Ebert of
North Jackson two brothers Lloyd
or YoungMown Clark of Dcerfleld
and one sister Mrs Caroline Hartzell
of Berlin Center Funeral services
were held at the Klyne home In
Youngstown tKls afternoon
Mrs C H Boycr and daughter of
Warren were recent visitors at Arthui
Srhlslers
Mrs Amanda Allen of Salem who
Msited for some time at the honip of
L E Hawklnp has returned home
John Mock was in Salem Monday
oenlng
Mrs Grover Dlehl wn an Alliance
visitor Monday
ltorn to Mr and Mrs Miles Smith
of Niles a duiighter on July 9
Jr and Mrs Foster Hillis visited
lplalives in Itavenna Sunday
Mr and Mrs Howard Parker of
Mineral Ridge Mrs C H Boyer and
daughters Doris and Esther nnd son
Wilbur of Warren were visitors at E
E Stnllstniths Sunday
Earl Ore and family of Warren spent
Sunday at Will Shillings
Mr mil Mrs J D Martz of Port
Huron Mich Mrs Ellas Kenreigh
and daughter Bertha of Greenford and
Mrs Ida King of Warren visited at the
home of Misses Luolla and Samantha
King last week
Mrs Susan Hoover retumed home
to Ravenna after spending several
weeks with Ell Rnkestraw and family
Mrs J E Helper and son Wallace
were visitors at Arthur Schlslers on
Sunday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Robert Weasner visit
ed at C H Klines Sunday
From Another Correspondent
July 28 Mrs Elma Swan and
daughter of Brownsville Pa are the
guests of Mr nnd Mrs Wilbur Gal
breath
A number ot people from hero at
tended camp meeting at Quaker Hill
last Sunday
Francis Fields and family spent
Sunday with relatives in Youngstown
Mr and Mrs W D Gulbreath Robt
Weasner C M Shlvely and Mrs Bert
Durr were in Youngstown Thursday
Mr and Mrs Frank Ressler Mr
and Mrs Geo Shrader and children
and Mr and Mrs Ford Anderson
spent Sunday at Idora park
John Diver and family spent Sun
day with relatives in Salem
Cline Hartzell Paul Shilling Harold
Slough Dorothy Cline Thelraa Burkey
and lone Renkenberger spent Satur
day night at Idora park
ISLAND
July 28 S R Martin and family
spent Sunday sifternoon at Noah Weav
ers
Mr and Mrs Earl Burns and son
Linue of Youngstown wore week end
guests of Henry Lehman and family
Oliver Calvin of Youngstown spent
Sunday here with his children
Ezra Knopp has chicken pox
Mr and Mrs D R Lehman and
daughter Mollie and Miss Pearl Calvin
were Sunday guests of Aaron Brubak
er nnd family In East Lewlstown
E S Knopp and family entertained
Adin and Samuel Martin Joseph Wen
ger Adin and Katie Brubaker Enos
Ezra and Ida Witmer Mary Rhodes
Henry Rlehl and Amos Snyder on
Sunday
Henry Burns and family of North
Lima were Sunday guests of Henry
Lehman and family
A daughter who has been named
Edith Arlene was born July 21 to Mr
and Mrs Edwin Weaver
Henry Lehman and family and Mrs
Susan Lehman spent Sunday evening
at S G McCluns
Mr and Mrs Wm Zeigler and son
Italph of North Lima and Edith nnd
Anna Wenger called at Edwin Weav
ers Sunday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Ira Martin and son
Donald who had spent several weeks
with relatives at Sterling 111 were
over Sunday guests of friends here
They left for their homo in Franklin
county Pa Monday morning
Miss Ella Burkholder is assisting in
the A W Detrow home
Mr and Mrs John J Martin and
daughter Ruth left on Monday morn
ing for Chambersburg Pa where they
will spend some time with relatives
A number of our young folks spent
Saturday in Youngstown
ELLSWORTH
July 28 Philip Lenhart is suffering
with typhoid fever
Miss Elizabeth Ressler has returned
home after spending a few days in
Berlin with Merle Bardo
Dont forget the grange picnic to be
held Saturday July 31 on the Canfield
fair grounds
Mr and Mrs John Bunts will cele
brate their golden wedding Wednes
day August 4
Mrs J F Schafer was in Salem
Friday She is taking chiropractic
treatment Zroni Dr Dunn
Elmer Crum was a Salem caller re
cently
Mr and Mrs Milton Florence and
daughter Marjorie returned home on
Sunday after having a weeks vaca
tion
Charles Fenstemaker Is having a
well drilled at his home
Mrs F G Max and son Gordon
Frederick of Warren after spending
several days here with her parents
Mr and Mrs John Schafer have re
turned home
Mr and Mrs Paul Smith of Youngs
town visited here one day last week
Ralph Felsley was in Canfield Sat
urday
Mr and Mrs Albert Carnahan of
Youngstown Mr and Mrs Gideon
Klingeman and Monroe Kllngeman
and family were Sunday guests at the
home of J F Schafer and famllv
Mr and Mrs Joe McDermott enter-
lajnea relatives iroin Youngstown on
Sunday
Mt and Mrs Howard Stroup spent
ounaay uere witn ii a Young and
family
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NORTH LIMA
Jul 28 The funeral ot Mrs Oscar
Hnypi n well known resident of Wood
worth this township was held Mon
day from the Woodworth Brethren
Ilmrch nnd tho body was brought to
North Lima for interment Mrs Hay
es died Friday in the home of a rela
tive in Youngstown following n long
Illness She Is survived by her hus
band and several brothers and sisters
At a meeting of tho North Lima
board of education W A Smith of
Athens county was chosen superin
tendent of the North Lima centralized
schools for one year Mr Smith ex
perts to move his fanflly here next
fall He has had a number of years
pjiperience as a teacher and superin
tendent nnd will no doubt prove an
efficient Instructor Other teachers
engaged were Mrs Paul Duttcr for
the primary department Miss Aita Al
bright for the second and third grades
Miss Corene Musser for tho fifth and
sixth nnd G M Dewltt for the seventh
and eighth Two more grade teachers
and a corps for tho high school will
probably be chosen at the next meet
ing
North Lima grangers will turn out
In full force next Saturday to the an
nual picnic of the county grange at
Canfield The local grange will take
an active part in the athletic contests
and a team from this place will meet
a Greenford team in a baseball game
An ice cream festival will be riven
Friday evening July 30 under the
auspices of tho local branch of Camp
Fire Girls The lot adjoining tho
Troyer mill will be used The patron
age of the public is requested Pro
ceeds are to bo used to defray the ex
pense of purchasing necessary equip
ment
Mrs W H Ruhlman accompanied
by Mrs J H Ruhlman of Youngstown
went to Chautauqua Thursday to
spend a few weeks
The road from this Ullage to Col
umbiana is again undergoing some ex
tensive repairs under the direction of
the state highway department E J
Kane has tho contract
Mrs H S Wheland is recoverinc
nicely from the effects of a surgical
operation and has been removed from
the hospital to the home of her mother
in Youngstown
Mrs Celia Swank resigned her pos
ition with the Beaver Telephone Co
to accept employment In Hubbard
Ira Stahl and family of Columbiana
were Sunday guests In the home of V
E Blosser
NEW BUFFALO
July 28 Hance Mlckolsnn nnH f im
lly and Mrs Armstrong of Youngs
town spent Sunday afternoon with
Elmer Biddle and family
Celia Swank resigned on Saturday at
the telephone central In Lima and
WOnt On Mond1V In TTllitvhmvl In nnn
house for Herman Gillner
Mrs Clare Hollabauch nf Ynnnirs
town is spending a few days with Mrs
u ueeiter
Charley Meeker anil fimillv null
at A 6 Meekers Sunday evening and
siarieu lor coidwnter Mich this
morning
Archie Beard and famtlv snent Sun
day With R A Donril nnrt fnmllv nt
Pine Lake
Ciirk Bare nnd famlh in ri
umbiana Monday afternoon
Tom Abhlett and wife nnd dim- Tint
land nnd wife were In Columbiana on
Monday
Charley Stitt is suffering with bolls
SlltldnV CUeStS nt fllnrlnv Afnnlrnro
were Rudolph Basinger Mrs Emma
iKimnger etn uasinger and family
Mr and Mrs John Swope and son
James Orvilie Culler Ed Haney and
iiiiuiiy ur anu virs Geo Rothgeb
mt a i MecKer Mrs Clara Holla
baugh
Pauline and Mlldrpd Ahhlott Sndn
Allen and Margaret Lankhurst spent
Sunday at Idora park
Clark Bare and family and Mrs Sam
Bare and brother EH Nnrmiv nnt
Sunday at Austlntown nnrt thn Miltnn
dam
SHRADERS CORNERS
Julv 28 Hnwnrn1 i felinri
In Newton Falls Saturday evening
Air nnH lAlra Afnworv Cnnnlr m1
Miss Ruth Snook of Princetown How
ard Kllngeman Mr and Mrs W L
Snook and Miss Alice Gordon spent
Sunday at C O HnHzoiiK in
Benton
Edith lltllrr rinnHitor nf C
Parshall is recoverinc frnm on ottonV
of tonsllitis
Mr and Mrs Carl Shrader and
daughter Pauline visited Mrs Shrad
ers narents Mr nnd Afro xrrVoTio
at Palmyra Sunday
w u snook is assisting Scott Van
Winkle with his hay harvest
Wheat is all cut and in shock in
this vicinity and is a light crop
Mr and Mrs Wm Stitle and R M
Snook and family spent Saturday eve
ning with Mr and Mrs W L Snook
On Julv 18 Paul Piirshnll whn n
rldfnir a motorfvVl wna clnmV n
car and thrown to the ground suffer-
jiib u conipouna iracture to one of his
limbs He was taken to the Youngs
town hospital
Milton grange will meet August i
All members are urged to attend
james urr or youngstown is assist
ing his grandma Mrs Helen Orr with
her harvest
Recent visitors of Mrs Helen Orr
were Mr and Mrs Edison Orr of Way
land Shurl Orr and family of Tizer
and Robert Orr and wife of Girard
HICKORY
Julv 28 Air nnd VMYn A VT D1
visited on Sunday with Mr and Mrs
ivay lufieuue in saiem
Mr and Mrs C D Bowman Mr
and Mrs H T Bowman and children
spent Sunday afternoon with Bryan
Bowman and family In Canfield
Miss Helen Doutt Fred Doutt and
H Reese of Youngstown spent Sunday
at Thomas Doutts
Fred Gibbons and family of Salem
are camping at Norman Butlers
Earl Ressler spent Sunday with A
R Durr and wife in Salem
Mrs V V Zimmerman daughter
Pearl end Glen Tlrm num nt v
w nmi it v AVUUmIt
jtowa -were Sunday evening callers at
J Kl JNWIW1B
Subscribe for Tfee Dfcpatoli
JOB PRINTING DONE
41 The Mahoning Dispatch office not
while you wait but promptly and 3a
a manner that will please you Price
are consistent with service rendered
A trial order Is solicited Pleas
place It now
150 A XEAR Outside CWo 200
SHILLINGS MILL
July 28 Mrs Perry Smith Is visit
ing her parents Mr and Mrs Frank
Newell
Many friends of Dr Carey Klyne of
Youngstown were deeply grieved to
hear of his death by drowning Sunday
In the Milton reservoir near his sum
mer home His wife narrowly escap
i ed drowning while bathing Dr Klyno
i was in the water about an hour before
his bnrlv wno recnvprnil
John and William Morris of Youngs
town brothers of Sheriff Ben Morris
have returned home after rnmnlnf a
few days at Shillings Mill
Kobert Hillis of Canton spent Sun
day here with his parents Mr and
Mrs ueorge Hillis
Mrs Sylvanus Smith visited on Sun
day with John Myers and family
Irvln Harmon and wife on Sunday
entertained Al Burkey and family
Frank Newell and family and Harry
But key and family
Will Beahms of Youngstown W I
HHiis of Berlin and Mrs Thompson ot
Sot ring were Sunday dinner guests
of John Myers and family
Roy Hillis and family were recent
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs George
Hillis
A L Wilson and daughter Grace
were In Canfield last Wednesday and
Thursday
Stindnv callers on Mr nnrl Tra will
Jolly were Emory Myers and wife
Kenneth Kuntz of Sebring visited
Ernest Allen over Stimlnv
Ward Burkey and family called at
Will Joliys Sunday
Miss Grace Wilson visited Miss
Marlon Reed Mrs John Brown and
Mrs James Ockerman and daughter
Edna nnd Ellen and Mrs Frances
Keene on Turner Street last Wednes
day and Thursday
Mr and Mrs Tom Boyle spent Sun
day evening with Burton Kalo and
family
CALLA
July 2S Mr and Mrs M B Tcmp
lin were Columbiana callers Friday
Mr and Mrs Albert Lang Mrs Wm
Herron and daughter Helen and Mrs
Henry Lang were Salem callers on
Friday afternoon
Willard Calvin and Charley Roller
called at M B Templins Friday even
ing
Goldle Houts returned home on Sat
urday morning after spending a week
with her aunt in Leetonla
Mr and Mrs Frank Rogers and
daughter Edythe were in Salem Sat
urday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Ralph Schnurrcnberg
er were in Berlin Center Saturday
Mr and Mrs Vincent Basslngcr of
Columbiana visited her parents Mr
and Mrs Warren Cook Sunday
Mr and Mrs Richard Wagner and
daughter Ada and Mr and Mrs Harry
Mercer son Charles and daughter Mil
dred visited in Leetonla Sunday
Mr and Mrs Arthur Diddam and son
Theodore ot Youngstown and Mr and
Mrs Wm Heiron and daughter Helen
visited at Charles Cochels Sunday
Mr and Mrs Ernest TTnlVinn nnA
daughter Helen Loulsn ivo rvinm
blana callers Saturday evening
Aiuvn aigex or loungstown is spend
ing a few days at his home here
Ensign Ramsey and family of Alli
ance Mr Halt and family of Youngs
town and Mr Frank Ruprlght of Mar
quis were Sunday dinner guests at
tnaries iiamseys
Mr and Mrs Carl Cochel called at
Frank Rogers Tuesday evening
BLANCO
July 28 Elton Force and family
vk lted on Sunday with the formers
parents Mr and Mrs W J Force
Mr and Mrs Bert Fenton of Edin
burg were Sunday guests of John Por
ter
Byron Williamson and family of
Mineral niilcn r illul lici crn
the homes of Jacob Helsel and W F
itenKenDerger
Mrs Jacob Helsel nnd W F Ren
kenbertjer are slowly im
serious illness
Mr and Mrs J n Dmid nnd on
Austlntown nnd Airs T l il it-
place motored to Akron last Sunday
nuiset spent sunuay at his
home here
Mrs Hiram Helsel spent Saturday
and Sunday with Akron friends
Mrs H E Kale and daughter Ruth
and Mrs J R Dodd and son Robert
were in Youngstown last Friday
Floyd Weisner was a recent Youngs
town visitor
Annie Keeler has returned home
after spending several weeks- in
Youngstown and Mineral Ridge
S A Renkenberger wife and grand
son of Berlin were Sunday callers at
W F Renkenbergers
Mr and Mrs eGorge Swank enter
tained friends from Canton Sunday
afternoon
Walter Swank of Warren spent Sun
day here with old friends
Farmers have been busy the past
week in wheat and hay fields
MILLVILLE
July 28 Mr and Mrs J D Martz
of Port Huron Mich and Mrs Mary
Kenreich and Miss Bertha Kenrelch
of near Greenford called on friends
here Tuesday
Miss Doris Oesch who spent a week
With her grandparents Mr and Mrs
William Oesch of Damascus returned
home Saturday
Mr and Mrs Frank Dickens and
son of Ravenna visited here the past
week
Mrs James Cowan of Salem spent
Thursday here with Mrs J L Zim
merman
Orvilie Bush Is nncnrllm m i
with relatives in Canton
George Shepherd and family and Mr
and Mrs T tAible spent Sunday with
friends in Washingtonville
Mr and Mrs Morris iReese spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs William
eee jn eaiem
Mr and Mrs Frank Zimmerman
Silent Sundnv -with to
- ea UD3UU
nd family near Valley
jar ana Mrs Morris Strawn spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bayraoad
Sheen
Even a rare duty is bstter for tola
well done v
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