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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, September 17, 1920, Image 1

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Brings results and that 1s the object
Tbe Mahoning Dispatch carries mes
sages In advertising form to a largo
number of people In all parts of the
county Ton will be more than pleas
ed with results if you adYertlse in The
Worse than foot binding
Declaring tlic now obsolete Chinese
custom of foot binding was not as
bad as the American custom of wear
ing corsets Mrs Ma Soo who Is In
Philadelphia while her husband is at
tending the Kuo Mln Tour which
pienn 8 Peoples party convention In
that city ns chairman startled resi
dents of thnt stnld city Mrs Ma
who wears nn Amor I can wrist watch
UlscuRaod American and Chinese
clothes with gusto She said the
short skirts are Immodest and much
prefers the Chinese trousers for glrla
per daughtor Eleo Elizabeth Is
Wearing the trousers Mr and Mrs
Ufa Boo live In Now York city
Rival of Obtrammertjau Production
Again Is Staged In Nanoy
Nancy France Prances Passion
Play rivaling thnt of Oberammergan
pas opened Its season here after flva
yoars of wnrs interruption It was
Riven as It haB been since 1004 In tbe
passion theater under the direction of
Pcre Pettlt a priest with his parish
ioners as the cast The piny costum
ing vorse music nnd equipment hava
been developed and improved since the
prewar performances
There are sixteen scenes Tho play
runs from 0 n m to noon and from
180 to 5 Intermissions between the
scenes nro filled by tableaux represent
ing principally prophetic passages oC
the Old Testament bearing upon the
running story
The text where It is not thnt of the
Bible Is the verse of various poets rfnd
the music Is taken or adapted from
vnrious composers
The naturalness of the players none
of whom are professionals critics snld
was heightened by the deftness and
Ingenuity of the staging
Yells Hloher to Pilot Who Starts
to Descend Says She Will
Try It AgaJn
New York Mrs 0 J Goff 8T years
old trljfl out flying nt Camp Edwards
Ben Girt N J and gave It her entire
Am I too old she asked Lieut
Paul Mlcelll as she presented herself
In front of the flyers plnne
Not a bit he assured her and
carefully strapped her In tho passen
gers cockpit Tho plane roared along
the gronnd shot Into the ntmosphero
nnd climbed zenlthwnrd At 2000 feet
the pilot turned and looked at his
passenger She told him to go higher
He came down In a few dives and
Was that ten minutes Mrs Goff
queried as she was helped out She
was assured that that time had also
Well Im coming back Sunday
she announced as she left the field In
nn automobile for ABbury Park where
be Is passing the summer
Villa Debts to Be Paid
in Full by Government
All personal loans obtained by
Francisco Villa Mexican bandit
leader who recently surrendered
to the provisional government
wUl be paid by tho government
It has been learned The loans
amount to 40000 Mexican
VTIlln l Bald La rvlfA m
T till to ou V UftIC BIICU IV- A
0 ceipts for all the loans he ob- I
talned and these will be refund
ed upon presentation of tbe pa
pers to the government by claim
ants Villa still is at Sablnas
awaiting the arrival of the sup
ply train which was to taka him
and his men to Torreon
prehfeKlon Police Led to Still In Ken
tacky by Drove of Drunken
Wfalteflburg Ky A drove of Intoxl
ated hogs gave prohibition officers the
iewthat led to the seizure of a giant
till and arrest of two men In Letcher
sty Kentucky umcers operating
Attempt to Land Telegraph Cable
at Miami Brings About Queer
United States Warships Blockade a
United States Port In Time of
Peace Geographic Society Offi
cial Telle About Plaoe
Vice Director National Geographic
Miami Fla Probably for the first
time since the stirring dnys of tho
Civil war we find n southern port
blockniled by United States warships
Happily however It li no crisis
brought about by an uncompromising
demand for the Integrity of state
rights but to prevent n cable ship en
terlng the port of Miami the most
southerly city on tho Florldlan main
land nnd the third lnrgcst In the state
from tho standpoint of population
Nestling beside tho beautiful wators
of Blscaync boy and sopnrated from
the Atlantic only by the peninsula of
Miami bench the city has rapidly
como Into Its own due to the strategic
geographic location It occupies on tho
South Atlantic coast and It gives
promise to rlvnl Jacksonville as a
port of call When one rcnllzes thnt
one third of all the grapefruit In tho
United Stntes comes from the county
In which Miami Is situated and that
onc llfth of all the animal Hfo In
America north of Pnnnmn Is to bo
found In the waters of the Gulf stream
which lnve the golden strand of Miami
beach In its front ynrd and with tho
great potential agricultural wealth of
the Everglades at Its back door small
wonder thnt Miami has grown ns
shown by the Inst census report 440
per cent
Rivals the Riviera
Blessed with n year round climate
that rivals the Ilivlera with ever
blowing trade winds thnt temper tho
seml troplcnl sun Miami bids fair to
take rnnk with nnythlng of Its sire In
tho United States for development
along highly profitable and thoroughly
businesslike lines
It Is not surprising thnt n telegraph
compnny desires to bring the Bnrbndos
cables Into Mliiml Instead of Key
West n hundred odd miles south of
this point but there is some diplo
matic hitch nbout Englands control of
cables which 1ms caused this prntical
ly unheard of sltuntlon of United
Stntes war vessels blockading n Unit
ed states port In the time of peace
Threo years ngo the money on de
posit In the bnnklng institutions of
Miami nmounted to something like 4
000000 in the summer of 1010 to
12000000 In March- 1020 to 17
000000 and today the amount Is up
ward of 20000000 Moreover in
permanent population it hns grown In
ten yenrs from 5471 to 20540 During
tho winter months there ure nearly ns
mnny traffic cops on Its well paved
streets ns thero are In tho national
capital ten times Its sbp
Ono of the most important develop
ments of Miami bench Is the Inaugura
tion nnd completion of tho Miami
aquarium nnd biological laboratory
located nt the beach terminus of the
wonderful 100 foot causeway stretch
log three miles in length which spnns
BIscnyne bay connecting the cHy with
the ocean beaches As the scientists
generally agree that nil lund animals
came originally out of the sen the
study of the myriad forms of life in
the tropical sens will It Is believed
develop links between the sen and
Innd nntmals thnt will add much to tho
worlds knowledge of this Important
question Since the question of food
has been accentuated aB an aftermath
of tho world war the eyes of econ
omists have turned to tho warm seas
to develop the possibilities of Its in
numerable fish life
New Species of Tuna
Just as the shoeroukers child Is
proverbially without footwear so It
was that there was no aquarium or
biological station on the entire Atlan
tic coast south of Philadelphia and
consequently no extensive and ade
quately equipped and situated Institu
tion to which the Ichthyologists of the
country could make pilgrimages and
study at first hand the wonders of the
faunu of the Gulf stream Heretofore
these specialists In zoology traveled to
tho aquarium at Naples Italy and to
other European institutions simply be
cause there was nowhere in the warm
seas surrounding th southern part of
our own continent a place where they
huve the means ut hand to pursue
their highly Important work
Only a month or two ago an
ly new species or tuna one or me
most valuable food fishes In the world
was located and described by the di
rector of tbe Miami aquarium and If
these great fishes of the horse
mackerel family can be developed In a
commercial way It will have an Inter
esting bearing on the problem of low
ering the high cost of living
Father for Thlrty flfth Tim
El Centro Cal Frank Yalle sixty
rears old a native of Mexico became
fats here report the destruction of father for the thlrty flfth time when
kx stills The hogs according to one M second wife whom he married In
U tko prohibition enforcera ware W gave birth to her seventeenth
Esad oa tap of a mountain and wre a an H pound boy
ffcrtUa Wrd capers A search afea Sateen of Valles children are llv
KhY7 f tbe still fellewed
Mr and Mrs C E Holt returned
home Satuvrday after a weeks visit
in Chicago
Miss Sadie Simpson of the Salem
Hospital spent last week here with
her mother
Wallace Wagner nnd family moved
to Salem Saturday having purchased
a home there J G London bought
the Wagner property and will take
possession soon
Rev L Keed who served about ono
year as pastor of tho M E church
has moved his household goods to
Kentucky where ho will make his
home Ho will take a three year
course In theology Many friends
here regret to have the family leave
Ross Davis returned to his college
studies at Kenton Monday
Mrs Ashmon who spent last week
with her daughter Mrs Anna Culler
returned home Monday
Miss Thelma Rohrer returned home
Tuesday after a few days visit with
her little friend Gladys Russel In
iMrs Elizabeth Fynes was a Salem
caller last week
iMrs Emma Welkart spent last Sat
urday with her daughter Mrs John
Stewart at Salem
Mrs Elizabeth Woods of Alliance
is spending a week with iMiss Carrie
Mr and Mrs John S Davis and
daughter Sara were Sunday guests
In the home of their son Earl and
family In Alliance
Miss Mae and Louis Stouffer arc
spending several days this week at
the homo of Mr and Mrs Fred Den
ner In Youngstown
Mr and Mrs George Chantrcy
Charles Hoagland nnd son Wright
of Sharon were Saturday evening
called of Mr and Mrs Clarence Baker
Mrs Mary Johnson returned home
Saturday from a visit with her grand
daughter iMrs George Chantry in
John Wilkinsons condition is still
improving at tho Salem Hospital
Mr and Mrs William Andrews and
sons Ralph and Earl of Lorain spent
several days this week at tho home
of his brother John and wife
Mrs John Stamp Mr and Mrs Vir
gil Stamp Mr and Mrs Joe Stamp
and son Harley Stamp of Alliance
spent Sunday in the home of O Bos
Bert and family
Mr and Mrs Harley Woods and
daughter Dorothy spent Sunday in
Youngstown at tho homo of Mr and
Mrs Thomas Hutchinson Their
daughter Helen who spent a week
there returned home with them
Donald Simpson has purchased a
touring car
Charles Stouffer is on the sick list
Nice peaches in tho market at 2
per bushel
Mr and Mrs B Martin vacated the
Allen property on Main Street moving
to East Liverpool Saturday Mr and
Mrs Pate moved into the house vacat
Miss Myrtle Baker is enjoying a
weeks vacation with Miss Kathryn
Wilson in Youngstown
Mrs Moses Grindle pleasantly en
tertained members of the Womens
Home Circle last Wednesday evening
Mrs Lizzie Irwin and Mrs Emma
Welkart wero invited guests Fancy
work was a feature Tho guests were
served a dainty luncheon Miss Clara
Welkart will entertain next Wednes
day evening
Mr and Mrs Homer Helrtzelman
visited in iMassillou Sunday
The homo of Jacob Stecker was
painted last week
John Fynes of Youngstown is hero
at tho homo of his parents for a weeks
Mrs J E Gilbert was In Youngs
town Tuesday
Teachers from here attended the
Lrfsoon rair Tuesday to make arrange
ments for the Washingtonville school
display on Thursday
Lyman Schurrenberger one of our
pioneer residents who is in his 84th
year attended tho fair at Canfleld last
week Thoro have been 74 fairs and
Mr Schurrenberger has attended them
all nnd is looking forward to many
Mrs J C Welkart was able to be
brought from the Salem Hospital
Monday evening She is improving
Mr and Msr Wm Sommerville
were Salem visitors Monday
An interesting event was the mar
irage of Clarence Baker to Miss Josie
Baker which took place last Wednes
day at the Baptist Parsonage in Sal
em The ceremony was read by Rev
H L Kempton after which the young
couple left for Canton for a short
wedding trip Miss Baker is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs L S Baker
of Salem and Mr Baker is the son of
Mr and Mrs Harvey Baker of this
place The bride is very popular in
Salem being employed as operator
for the Bell Telephone Co The
groom is employed at the Cresent
Machine Co Leetonla and is popular
among the young folks here They
will make their home here A host
of friends ertend congratulations
The family wishes to think kind
neighbors and many friends for their
assistance during tbe long period of
illness of husband Mrs David Som
That Hessian fly will practically
be the only wheat insect to contend
with on next years crop is pointed
out by the entomological officials of
tbe state
Last summers survey showed that
the wheat joint worm was not pres
ent in damaging numbers in any part
of the state with the exception of
a few counties on tho western edge
This insect has been diminishing in
numbers durinc the past 3 years
The wheat midge or red weevil was
found in some localities but did not
seriously infest the wheat in any sec
The Hessian fly alona remains as
the worst insect to combat but offic
ials -point out that as a general rule
the damage from this pest may be
controlled toy observing the whait
seeding dates which are being an
nounced station bulletins daily pa
pers and by county agents
Your sins may not always find you
out but your conscience will always
find you In
Sept 15 L F Dlvely and family
were entertained by Mr and Mrs Ab
ner Altfather in Malvern Sunday
Mr and Mrs Walter Fllckenger are
spending some time with Mr and Mrs
Charles Wilson
Helen Crist who spent the sum
mer here with her grandparents re
turned home to Alliance with her
mother last Monday
Carl Hendricks and Orlln Dresscl
of this place and three other boys
of Alliance among them Luther
Naffzlgor went to Columbus last Fri
day and drove new cars home for the
Alliance Motor Co
Mr and Mrs J H Welkart son
Warren and Mrs Mllllo Schroy of
Akron Lloyd Welkart and family and
Emerson Calvin and family were en
tertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs
John Welkart of Locust Grove
Mr and Mrs Ira Welkart and Mr
and Mrs Wilbur Welkart called on
Mrs Sidney Brooke in Ellsworth
Mrs Ada Keller of Columbiana was
the guest of Mr and Mrs A B Wil
liamson Sunday
Hazel Dustman spent last week with
her sister Mrs Ada Walthman in
Valley returning homo Friday Her
sister son nnd daughter came with
her and remained until Tuesday
Mr and Mrs H W Lang and
daughter Erma and Mr and Mrs Al
bert Lang and son spent Sunday with
Mrs Frank Lockhart and family in
Mr and Mrs Charles Wilson Mr
nnd Mrs Walter Fllcklnger and Mr
and Mrs Lewis Bush spent Sunday
with Mr and Mrs Ben Barnes in Al
Charles Welkart and family of Min
eral RIdge were Greenford callers
The good road east of Greenford is
being resurfaced with travla and slag
Our schools will begin Monday
Sept 20 in case the house Is finished
by that time
Mesdames John Baslncer and Har
vey Welkart of Canfleld spent Mon
day with their parents Mr and Mrs
D Huffman
Guests entertained by Mr and Mrs
Walter Hively Sunday were Mr and
Mrs Robert and Mr and Mrs Russel
McEIdowny of Canton Mrs Steve
Welsner son nnd daughter and Mr
and Mrs Geo Hively and sons of
Mr and Mrs James Atkins and son
Paul of Akron spent Saturday night
with Mr and Mrs Wm Rose and
Sunday morning they all left for
Akron Crestline and other points
They will he gone several days
Mr and Mrs Thomas Bush and
daughter Laura and D W Roller and
family were Sunday guests of Mr and
Mrs Willis Rotzel
G S Bush and family and Mr nnd
Mrs Will Pregenzer and sons of this
place Wm Bush and family of Can-
field Mr and Mrs John GcnthnerJ
or i eetonia miss Laura senaefnocker
of Alliance and Arthur Herron and
family of Salem were entertained at
the home of Mr and Mrs Robert
Bush Sunday
Mr and Mrs Homer RoIzpI and
Mrs Percy Callahan and daughter of
Salem wero Greenford visitors Sun
The township trustees were called
to Youngstown last Saturday by tho
deputy state board of elections Ow
ing o the fact that women have the
rjght to vote this fall it became nec
essary to increase tho number of
voting booths and change precinct
lines The road running east and
west through Greenford will ho the
dividing line Tho territory north of
this road will be known as Precinct
No 1 and the voting place will be
In Greenford the territory south of
tins road as Precinct No 2 and tho
votng place also Greenford instead
of Washingtonville as in the past
One of our hucksters had six big
truck loads of vegetables and fruits
to take to market in Youngstown Mon
day night nnd five largo loads last
Friday night Men are kept busy haul
ing all right and part of tho day
The womans department of farm
bureau -will not meet this month on
account of the Instructor of Columbus
not being able to como hero at the
time fixed for tho meeting
Sept 15 Mrs Mary Petltt is spend
ing some time in Washington llle
Mrs C L Stout of Hamilton Can
ada who has spent a month here visit
homo Friday
The Fancy Work Circle was pleas
antly entertained last Wcdaesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs Millie
Hendricks The hostess served a
dainty lunch Mrs E E Ewlng and
son Norman Mrs D J Brown Mrs
Allle Durr and son Hufoer Mrs R
McCullough were Invited jjuests
L M Salsgiver nad mother and
Mrs V V Zimmerman of Youngs
town visited Fred Mattlx and wife
I R Calvin and wife vere in Sal
em Sunday
Members of the Christian Church
held a reception in honor ct Rev
Herbert Blue and wife last Saturday
night at the home of M 3 Huffman
Rov Blue and wife were given an
old fashioned belling after which the
evening was spent with games music
and visiting conclading with a fine
Innch About eighty persons were
The Loyal Sons and Daughters of
the Christian Church will be enter
tained this Wednesday evening at
the home of A A Stewait in New Al
Sept 15 Harvest Hone services
will be held in the Lutiern church
Sunday morning Sept 19
There will be rally day and harvest
home services at the Reformed church
next Sunday Sunday school at 9 a
m and preaching at 10SO
Mrs John Morris spejt the latter
part of last week with Mrs Celia
Swank in Hubbard
Lewis Hoffman and faaiily of Mar
quis called at A G Meeter8 Sunday
Miss Helen Rugler returned home
Sunday aftr spending i week lere
with her sister Mrs Eler Painter
Eugene Snipes tand faolly and Mrs
Guy Baston of Salem called on John
Morris Sunday afteraocn
i Bateoribe Cor Tbe ptepatci
Sept 15 A fair gas pressure is re
ported from the gas well drilled by the
North Lima Oil Gas Co and it is
now thought that If another produc
ing well can be located there will
be enough gas to supply tho village
for a few jears at least At a meet
ing of thp stockholders of the com
pany held Saturday evening in the
school auditorium It was decided to
raise fund to drill another well as
soon as possible Stockholders and
citizens are enthusiastic over the pros-
j pects of once more having natural
Bits lur domestic usu i iiu itinnife
of funds is In the hands of a commit
tee who will push the work as rapid
ly as possible
The nrocxam for grange meeting
this evening will be in the hands of the
oung people of the order and prom
ises to be more than interesting
Members are urged to be present
Mr and Mrs Clarence Swartz and
Mr and Mrs Raymond Elscr were
week end visitors in Cleveland
The Womans Missionary society
of Mount Olivet Reformed church had
an all day meeting in the church base
ment today Quilting several quilts
for the Church Orphanage was taken
Mrs H II Myers and childron and
Arnott Richards of Cleveland have
returned to their home after spend
ing a few weeks In the home of A M
Mr and Mrs O J Freer were Sun
day visitors at Signal
Mrs Fred Jones and children of Sll
wodo City Pt are guests of I R
Ilnzcn and family
Wilson Elser of Albion Ind is the
guest of friends and relatives
Special Harvest Home services
arc announced at 230 p m The
church will be beautifully decorated
as is the yearly custom There will
be special music and a sermon appro
pirate tothc occasion by the pastor
Catachctlcal classes are being con
ducted each Saturday at 10 n m
Choir practice each Thursday even
Rev J H Graf is in Greenville Pa
this week attending a meeting of the
board of trustees of Thiel College
The Young Peoples Bible Class of
Mount Olivet Reformed Sunday School
enjoyed a corn roast and social time
on the church lawn last Friday even
Mr and Mrs 1 R Hazen accompan
ied by the formers brother S G
Hazen and wife of Ellwood City Pa
left Monday for a trip to Finger Lake
N Y Before their return homo they
will attend the New York state fair
at Syracuse
Russel Double left Friday for Chi
cago where he expects to be employed
School opened at North Lima this
week Tho attendance Is larger than
any previous year
Mrs Fred Jones and two children of
Ellwood City Pa are guests of C
II Welsh and wife
Tho Mission Band of Mt Olivet
church will render a special program
next Sunday evening
Wilson Elser of Albion Ind is vis
iting local relatives for a few weeks
Prof and Mrs De Hoff of Wyoming
former local residents are welcome
guests of relatives and friends here
and in other parts of the county Mr
De Hoff was formerly superintendent
of our schools
Sept 15 Mr and Mrs Mont Schaf
fer were In Brownlee Woods Satur
Forest Rothgeb returned home after
spending several weeks in Detroit
Mr and Mrs William Hollahaugh
of Middlesex Ta spent the week end
with his mother and sister here
Frank Rogers visited his mother
In Youngstown Supday
Edward Miles and family of Glrard
and Mrs Miller of Marquis visit
ed in the home of Fred Gee Sunday
Mr and Mrs M B Templin visited
at Frank Jewells in Columbiana Sun
day afternoon
Mr and Mrs Ralph Schnurrenber
ger and Mrs Frank Rogers and daugh
ter Edythe visited Mr and Mrs Vin
cent Basinger in Columbiana Sunday
Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey and
Mr and Mrs Howard Ramsey visit
ed at Ensign Ramseys in Alliance
Mr and Mrs Richard Wragner and
daughter Ada Mr and Mrs Harry
Mercer son and daughter Mr and
Mrs William Hollabaugb and Mrs
Lucinda Hollabaugh visited Al Fairs
in Leetonla Sunday
Mr and Mrs William White of Chi
cago is here visiting at M B Tern
Mrs William Herron nnd daughter
Helen visited Mrs Albert Lang and
Mrs Grover Schnurrenberger Tues
day afternoon
Mrs W I Houts daughter Ethel
and sons Glen and Lester visited
Mrs Lewis Hoffman Sunday
Martha Fredricks condition does
not improve as friends would like to
have her
Mr and Mrs Frank Paisley and
daughter Ethel and Mrs Matilda
Grindle of Leetonla visited at Wm
Herrons Tuesday ecnlng
8atan Finds Some MUchlef Still
The mischief of water is not that
it does not run but that not running
It corrupts and corrupting breed9
poisonous miasma so that they who
lire in the neighborhood Inhale dis
ease at every breath The mischief
of Indolence Is not that it neglects
the use of powers and tht Improve
ment of the opportunities of life but
that It breeds morbid conditions in
every part of the soul An Indolent
man Is like an unoccupied dwelling
Scoundrels sometimes burrow In it
Thieves and evil characters make It
their haunt or If they do not It Is
full of vermin A house that Is used
does not breed moths half so fast as
a house that having the beginnings of
them Btands empty Woe be to them
who take an old bouse and carry
their goods into It I A lazy man Is
an old house full of moths In every
Wealth isnt everything of course
as baa been said so often but than
neither Jo poverty
Sept 15 Rev and Mrs John Mar
tin of Wakarusa Ind were guests
of friends here last week Rev Mar
tin conducted services at the German
Mennonlte church Sunday
Miss Mary Lehman of Columbiana
spent Saturday with her aunt Mrs
Susan Lehman
Abram Krcider of Wadsworth Is the
guest of relatives here
At The Mahoning Dispatch office not
while you wait hut promptly and la
a manner that will please you Price
are consistent with service rendered
A trial order Is solicited Fleas
place It now
150 A YEAR Outside Gliio 200
A son was born Sept 2 to Mr and at his home here Firday evening
Mrs Walter Witmer of Goshen Ind
Amos Showalter of Madison Wis
spent several days last week here with
Jonas Knopp and daughter Lizzie
Bert Rohrer and family and Mr and
Mrs Henry Rohrer of ColumlbLana
called at D R Lehmans Sunday after
Ezra Knopp and family and Clar
ence Lesher and family were Sunday
visitors at S R Martins
Oakdalo school opened Monday with
Miss Mary Burkholder of Canfleld as
Oliver Swope is visiting relatives in
About fifty of our young people -enjoyed
a singing held at the home of
Henry Lehman Saturday evening
Mrs S D Wenger and Theodore
Saylor Joseph and Miss Rebecca
Miller who are motoring from Iowa
through to Virginia were guests of
Adam Wenger and family several
days last week
A number of our young people were
entertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs
Paul Zeigler
Mrs Henry Kauffman and daugh
ters Emma May and Jennie expect
to leave Thursday for a visit with
relatives in Johnstown Pa
Noah Blxler reports having had a
jlcld of SO bushels of onts to the acre
Paul Calvin left Tuesday to re
sume his studies In Hiram college
Gcrmantown school opened Monday
with Miss Naomi Miller and Clayton
Lehman as teachers
David Kllngensmlth and family
spent Sunday afternoon with Alvln
Tlmblln and family in New Castle
Homer Heintzelman had a narrow
escape Monday -while crossing the big
bridge west of the Oakdale school
house A number of the Jolce and
plank let go under his big traction
engine leaving It hanging dn a dan
gerous position With tho aid of i
number of neighbors that evening hf
got It Jacked up on timbers high
enough so that the township author
itles could make the necessary re
pairs to nermlt removal of the engine
Miss Mary Zeigler spent Monday af
ternoon In Henry Lehmans home
Sept 15 Mr nnd Mrs John Wilson
have returned home from Youngs
town where they visited
Quite a number from this vicinity
attended the Canfleld Fair and report
it fine
Mr Broberg and son of Youngs
town visited at A L Wilsons Tues
John Morris of Youngtown brother
of Sheriff Ben Morris oimped t
Shillings Mill last week
A L Wilson placed several boats
on the reservoir at Shillings Mill to
rent by the hour
Mary Brown spent Sunday in Ber
lin Center with Enoch Kine and fam
D B Strong of Ravenna visited
Georgo Hlllis and wife over Sunday
Mr and Mrs Perry Smith spent
Friday evening with A L Wilson and
Wllber Hillls and family wero Sun
day callers of George Hillls and wife
Mr nnd Mrs M Gunder of Berlin
called on John Myers and family Sun
Helen Boyles is ill with tonsilitls
Mr and Mrs Tom Boyles wero in
Lisbon Saturday afternoon
Berlin Center school onened Mon
day Mr Patterson drives the van
from the neighborhood
Mr and Mrs Perry Smith wero in
Youngstown Monday
A HBurkey and family were Sun
day callers at Frank Newells
Mr and Mrs Will Jolly Ernest Al
len and Mr and Mrs Perry Smith
were Sunday dintier guests of Harry
Burkey and family
Misses Thelma Burkey Dorothy
Cline Pauline Barrlngton started to
school at Canfleld Monday
Mr and Mrs Date Wilson were in
Youngstown Saturday
Date Wilron and A J Hartzell of
North Benton had a Graphonola ex
hibit at Canfleld fair and report the
sale of a number of machines
Roy and Foster Hlllis and famlles
weie Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Gi orge Hlllis
Sept 15 Mr and Mrs Calvin De
Hon and son Clarence and wife of
Lusk Wiyoming recently visited the
formers brother G W De Hoff and
family The trip from Wyoming about
1600 miles was made by automobile
Calvin De Hoff was formerly prin
cipal of the North Lima School
Carlos and Will De Hoff of
town John of Hartville Herbert of
this place and daughter Mrs Carl
Florence of Berlid Center with their
families attended a reception at the
homo of their parents In honor of
relatives from Wyoming
Mr and Mrs Charles Schisler of
Canfleld township called on Mr and
Mrs moss OKourke Saturday even
Mrs soiomon Lynn
Geo W Lynn has sold a part of his
farm to Reuben Creps of Youngstown
Mr Crops will commence mining
coal he having Ibought that part of
the farm where the mine is located
The Enyon Coal Co is now mining
coal on Judge W S Andersons farm
half a mile west of here
August Haerfka and family attended
the birthday party given Saturday
evening in Youngstown in honor of
Herman Haefka
Charles Ohl spent Sunday -with bis
brother Eflmer and family in Lords
town townBhip
Sept 15 Mr and Mrs Ward Res
sler and children of Canton spent last
week here at J W Resslers
Mrs Alfred Schafer and son Har
ry were In Youngstown one day last
Wm Probst and children will spend
some time here with Wm Felsley and
Samuel Gosser spent a few hours
Mr and Mrs Theodore Miller Mrs
Mosler Mrs Gertrude McNeilly of
Youngstown called here Friday on J
F Schafer
There will be preaching in tho M
E Church Sunday morning
Mr and Mrs Frank Eckls nnd Mrs
Laura Zimmerman of North Jackson
called here Saturday morning
Ray Golst was in Youngstown Sat
Mr and Mrs Milton Florence and
daughter Marjorle were In Youngs
town Saturday evening
Mr and Mrs Fred Max and son of
Warren are spending this week at
the home of John Schafer Sr
Esther Gosser spent Sunday at her
home here
Clyde Keslar was home from
Youngstown over Sunday
Mr and Mrs Milton Florence and
daughter Marjorle spent Sunday with
relatives In Warren
Schools opened here this week
J C Gordon returned home from
Canfleld Saturday afternoon
Mr and Mrs John Schafer Mr
and Mrs Albert Kingsley and daugh
ter of Salem Mr and Mrs C S Mc
Neilly and son Joseph of Youngs
town were Sunday guests here lat
the home of J F Schafer and fam
Several from here arc attending
high school in Canfleld this year
Mr and Mrs Frank Jack of Youngs
town were callers here Sunday
Master Joseph McNeilly of Youngs
town is spending a few days hero
with his aunt Mrs J F Schafer
Mr and Mrs Elmer Osborne and
son Mr and Mrs Ralph Wager and
children Mrs Hattle Wager of War
ren called here Sunday afternoon
Sept 15 Edgar Reese of Youngs
town spent Thursday with his grand
parents Mr and Mrs A C Carson
Misses Esther Hlggley Fao Cramer
and Noble Cramer of Milton spent
Saturday night and Sunday at Adam
T J Brick attended a sale in Mil
ton Tuesday
Nora Kennedy and Wllford Brobst
attended a corn roast at Mr Regals
In Knaufvillo Saturday night
Carson Pershing called at A C Car
sons Monday
Thursday callers at W S Rhodes
were Mr and Mrs Mell Crum of
Mesopotamia Carl Weldy of Madison
Mr and Mrs Howard Lynn of Youngs
Mr and Mrs Adam Brobst spent
Tuesday with their daughter Mrs
Ida Cramer in Milton
Sunday visitors at John Browns
were Mr and Mrs Husher and two
children of Warren
Mrs Cardman and daughter Bea
trice and Edgar Reece of Youngs
town Ira Pershing and family of Ohls
Mr and Mrs M F Flynn and
James Brown of Youngstown spent
Sunday at T J Bricks
Mr and Mrs C H Brooke of
Youngstown were guests of C T
Brooke and family Sunday evening
Misses Josephine and Marietta
White and Helen Mangan of Pitts
burg visited at F R Ewings from
Friday until Sunday evening
Harry Van Hyning or Akron visit
ed Adam and Elmer Brobst Monday
Mr and Mrs R K Brick and son
Blllle are visiting in Pennsylvania
Mr and Airs J W Ackerman nnd
daughters Edna and Ellen and Mrs
Keeno spent Sundriy in Greenville
and Jamestown Pa
Sunday evening callers at Adam
and Elmer Brobsts were Mr and Mrs
O E Bailey son Orson and daughter
tiuiia uiiu j cj xjiuusL oi warren
Mrs Frank Shaffer Mrs Myra Fraz
ler and sons Walter and Stanley of
Canfleld Donald Porter and Ernest
Hlggley of Milton
Mr and Mrs C F Brooke were In
Youngstown Monday
Turner street school opened Monday
with Miss Nancy Hamilton of Spring
field township as teacher and an en
rollment of 11 pupils
Luther Brobst and Clifford Sinn of
Austintown spent Saturday night and
Sunday at Elmer Brobsts
Elmer Brobst helped Fusselman
Bros pick peaches Tuesday and Wed
Sept 15 Mr and Mrs Geo Swank
who visited relatives in Canton re-
turned home Tuesday
W L Snook met with quite a loss
last Tuesday when his little horse
Brady in some way got loose in
the barn and another horse kicked
him breaking a leg
Mr and Mrs Wm Stille and son
Howard and Mrs W L Snook motor
ed to Salem Tuesday
Schools In Milton township opened
Monday Miss Jones teacher of River
bank and Francis Johnson at Gits
Corners The name of the teacher at
Tiger we did not get
Wm Renkenbarger was able to at
tend the Canfleld fair last Thursday
but since then became worse and Is
suffering with droppsy again
Mrs Roscoa Force and children
SSLS lew nays visiting friends in
A number from here attended the
public sale held Saturday on the Hull LT
museum tMt n
museum at Unlon on
farm relics
were sold which glfurav
formerly belonged to the late
Mr and
W L Snook and Mr and Mrs
Luther Graham and children motored
to Windham Sunday
Visitors at W L Snooks Sunday
vrere Mr and Mrs Armon Hartarell
son Richard and Miss Nora Harixell
of North Benton Howard KUngeman
Howard Stltle Mr and IMrs Clark
Wertz and children Mr and Mrs Le
many of Alliance
Blondes are not more
than brunettes they Jast tWak ifcey
Tfaae haaa heavily ysoa those who
ixr to make M yaw Uflfctty

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