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ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS
When the columns of The Mahoning
Dispatch ere used This statement
has been verified by thousands of
pleased patrons In past years For
tho small advertiser tho classified
column offer opportunities that none
can afford to overlook
VOL XLIV NO 52
BUFFALO ON THE INCREASE
Latest Reports Show That the Animal
Is Not Likely to Become Extinct
at Any Rate
The fear Hint existed not long ngo
lest tho nntlye buffalo would soon be
come extinct Is dispelled by a report of
the American Bison society which
states that there were 3303 wild and
tame buffalo In the United States In
January 1020 This Is an increase of
about 800 per cent since 1008 In which
year there were 1110 wild and tame
buffalo In this country
Of the nine government owned herds
two of the largest under the care of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture arc located In the Wichita nation
al game preserve Oklahoma and on
the national bison range at Dixon
Mont The herd on the Wichita pre
serve now numbers 154 Including 28
calves of this year In this herd four
bulls and 12 cows are ten years of age
or over and one cow Is twenty nlno
years old The 15 nnlmnls that con
stituted the original Wichita herd came
from the New York Zoological park
It Is planned this year to dispose of
some of the surplus buffalo in the gov
ernment herds In accordance with the
provisions made by the 1010 approprla
tlonnl bill for their care Public parks
and municipalities arc the largest pa
trons By distributing the animals
OTer the country if disease or mis
fortune overtakes the main herds there
still will be stock left with which
groups could be built up again
WHY DRUGGISTS ARE BALD
SeemlnQly Their Duties Are Manifold
If They Would Satisfy Their
Various Customers
Now what do you think of that
said thc druggists clerk She wanted
to know what Thanksgiving Is for
Some people think a drug store Is an
Information bureau
The other day a woman came In
and wanted to know who discovered
America She said she had an argu
ment with a friend about It and they
i decided I must be the referee
He had perched himself on top of
-ladder and was trying to Juggle three
or four boxes at a time when a woman
came ln and after waiting a minute
to be waited on knocked on thc coun
ter
I want a two cent stamp ln a hur
ry she said Bo gave her the stamp
and made change from a 5 bill
Would you please give me tho same
kind of medicine that you gave to my
mother the Inst time she came In7
she said
Who Is your mother he asked
You know my mother tho fat lady
that always buys a bottle of soda ev
cry night
Various Causes of Death
It is illuminating to read tho causes
of death In 1917 a typical year In
which tho figures were not complicat
ed by the war 142 of every thousand
persons In tho United States died
out of every hundred thousand deaths
1532 were from diseases of the heart
1408 from pneumonia 1404 from
tuBprculosIs 1074 from kidney trou
Mm 820 from npoplexy 810 from
ciwjccr 79 from diarrhoea 253 from
diseases of the arteries 172 from In
fluenza 100 from dlnbetes 105 from
diphtheria 103 from bronchitis 1088
from arccldcnts of all sorts Arterial
diseases and diabetes show an In
crease that Is really alarming for In
1000 only 01 per 100000 died of the
formerand only 07 the latter These
with those of the heart and kidneys
are diseases that result directly from
the strqln and stress of modern life
Popular Science Monthly
The Sick Miner
Judge Elbert H Gary on his return
from Europe discussed the English
coal strike at a luncheon
The men demanded an uncondi
tional two shilling Increase he said
but the government couldnt very
well grant them that because each
former Increase bad been followed by
a decrease of output So mtfay miners
you see found that they could make
enough li three or four days to keep
them all the week
So many miners ln fact were like
the sick miner As the sick miner
pale and drawn lay In his bed the
doctor entered
The doctor examined him and then
said
1 prescribe complete rest You
tired yourself out in the last strike
Gave to Unworthy Poor
A Missouri man has left a will es
tablishing a fund for the aid of the
poor of his town Eldorado Springs
Mo every Christmas It is especially
suggested that the gifts be distributed
to unfortunnto persons whether they
are worthy or unworthy according to
the standards of society
Those in a position to give money
to fellow beings in misfortune so long
have insisted that the poor to be aided
must be worthy that It Is a great re
lief to find one man who does not at
tach the obnoilous string to bis act
of generosity The with
an empty stomach probably feels Just
as hungry as the pious person whose
fortunes have fallen Detroit Free
Press
War Memorial on Mountain
The furious battles fought during
the war on the Hartmannswllerkopf
Is Alsace will be commemorated by
the erection upon Its apex of a huge
crow which will be visible from the
Ahlne valley The monument will be
erected on a portion of the summit of
the mountain which will be considered
a sacred ground
Washingtonville
Mrs Wm Gleason and son of Sal
Jnevlllc spent several days the past
week at the home of Mr and Mrs J
Foulkerton
Miss Cora Doll Getz Mrs Mario
Konkle and chllden of Youngstown vis
ited on Easter at the home of Mr
and Mrs H T Getz
Mrs John Bradey Is spending a
week with relatives In Pittsburgh
Mrs Emmet Carlisle Is at homo for
a weeks vacation from school duties
In E Palestine
Wm Welkart Moses Grindle and
C H Welkart purchased new touring
cars this week
Mrs Fred Welkart pleasantly enter
tained members or the Womans Home
Circle last Wednesday evening The
hero with home folks
Mrs Fred Fenstemaker left for
East Palestine where she accepted a
position as stenographer
Mrs Mary Lewis a highly esteemed
resident died Sunday morning She
hnd been ailjng about a month with
heart trouble Deceased was 92 years
of age and lived in tho home where
sho died 47 years She united with
tho Baptist church in early life re
uniting with the Lutheran church here
45 years ago She enjoyed attending
eats An Easter program was render
ed after Sunday school There was
preaching in the evening
The Lutherans observed iEaster Sun
day with the following services Sun
day school in the morning with a good
attendance to enjoy the study of the
Easter lesson In the evening a spec
ial Easter program was rendered The
choir of 15 members accompanied by
organ and cornet music rendered ex
ceptional good music Baster offering
amounted to 16 which will be given
for churc hextenslon
Sunrise prayer meeting was held at
the M E church Sunday morning
Ths was a union service for both
churches A fair sized audience was
present
Elmer Warner is having a heater
installed in his home on West Main
street
Mr and Mrs James Knepp and son
and Mrs John Bailey of Salem wero
Sunday guests at the home of Mr and
Mrs Thos Mcintosh
Mr and Mrs Win Senior Mr and
Mrs O Field of Sebrlng spent Sunday
at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed
Longbottom
Mr and Mrs H H Loop of Salem
were guests of Mr and Mrs John
Archibald Sunday afternoon
Wm Smith and family were Salem
visitors Saturday
Miss Elsie Senior spent Sunday at
the home of her sister In Sebrlng
Inspector of the Pythian Sjlsters
Lodge was hold Tuesday evening A
large crowd was present After tho
work during tho social hours a delic
ious lunch was served
Gideon Woods aged 81 years died
jat his home at 12 oclock Sunday
ntrht
social hours were enjoyed with music nrtr nn ninaoe f ic nii
nad fancy work A nice luncheon was The deceased was a well respected
served by the hostess Mrs C H citizen having been born in this town
Welkart will receive tho club In her and living here his entlro life Ho
nnmrt Tin Tvprtnoeriav vtiltnr I
0 ws wen Known an wis vicinity in
uienn smedley of Youngstown spent his younger life he was in the black
Sunday here- with his parents Mr and smith business following this trade for
Mrs Herbert Smedley mny years He had manv friends
A new filling station has been and was a favorite amonc the children
ed at the Berg and Early garage
Mrs O Bosscrt and daughter Char
lotto were in Salem Friday
Walter Foulkerton of Now Castle
spent Easter hero at the homo of Mr
and Mrs Charles DeJane
Mr and Mrs Charles Suevel and
daughter Bernlce of Salem spent Sun
day with her mother Mrs Lizzie
Lewis
Mr and Mrs Charles Pow and
daughter Mary of New Albany were
Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Ly
man Schnurrenberger
Mr and Mrs Joe Stamp Mr nnd
most of them knowing nlm as Uncle
Gid He was a member of the I O
Columbiana cemetery
Tho following from a paper printed
in Austin a suburb of Chicago the
mother of thc child having been be
fore her marriage Miss Holland of
Millvllle will bo of Interest to
friends Attorney and Mrs
Mrs Virgil Stamp of Alliance were bald D MeKellar have tho sympathy
Sunday visitors in the home of Mr of Mnit Austin friends in tho 1am
and Mrs C H Welkart
Mr and Mrs Joseph Wainwrlght
and children of Cleveland and Thomas
Burnipp and family of Lisbon visited
Sunday at tho home of their father
Wm Bowker
Miss Rhoda Bossert returned to
Youngstown Monday after a weeks
illness with tonsilltls
Mr and Mrs D Antrielle of Youngs
many loss of
their little daughter Effle Dorothy
whose death occured Tuesday night
The little one was born Feb 24 in
the Mary Thompson hospital and had
never been well She was laid to rest
Wednesday afternoon ln Glen Oak
cemetery
town and Mr and Mrs Stcvo Candle Drilling for gas has begun
wero Sunday visitors at tiio home or lately back of Hecks garage Five
Mrs Candle and son Joe Mr and holes on the Helndel farm had to bo
Mrs Antrielle expects to make a trip abandoned
to Europe soon 1 Measles and chlckenpox havo been
The interior of Welkart Sons added to scarlet fever ln this com-
store has been brightened with a coat
of paint
Arthur and Wm Cook of Youngs
town called on relatives and friends
here Thursday
John Heckert of Salem died of
heart trouble last Wednesday after
noon He Is survived by his wife
two daughters Rae and May at home
Mrs S Todd nnd one son Frank He
was aged 77 years He was a resident
of tills place for several years
Charles Hllllard of Salem wno form
erly lived one mile west of town died
Wednesday of pneumonia after an Ill
ness of two weeks He Is survived by
his wife and an adopted daughter
Thelma
NORTH LIMA
munlty and many families are ill
School attendance is much interfered
with No serious cases aro reported
A recent scarlet fever victim is
Mrs Itaymond Elser
Word from Mrs J V Chambers
who with her husband Is spending the
winter In Florida Is that they aro
much enjoying the winter and that
tho Doctors health is much Improved
Mr and Mrs Varnes and Mr and
Mrs Troyer Sr and daughter of
Holmes county are spending some tlmo
in tho home of W O and Ira Troyer
The Misses Westlake are spending
the Easter vacation with their parents
In Marysvllle
Mrs Paul Swartz is ill with measles
Miss Mabelle Ballantlno of Leetonla Mrs G M Dewltt Is substituting for
was a guest of Mrs F G Davis her in the public schools
day The death of M E Patterson nged
Mrs J E Gilbert visited friends in 61 years occured Thursday evening in
Lisbon last Thursday he hofte of Prof W A Smith follow-
Iloss Davis of Kent spent Easter me a tew uineas witn neari
irouoie ue was a wiaower ana
leave3 no near telutlves He resided
with tho Smith fnmllv frtr sovnrnl
years and came here with them lost
fall from Albany Athens County Hov
L J Rohrbaugh of tho Reformed
church conducted funeral services at
the Smith homo Friday morning after
which the body was taken to tho form
er home of the deceased for interment
Saturday Mr Smith accompanied
the body and remained over Sunday
Tho Bell Ringers Quartett will bo
services when able but of late years nere on ne evening oi jvprn This
will close the
was missed in tho congregation but
always remembered the church with
her offerings and will always be re
membered as a kind christian mother
and friend She held her age well
and enjoyed life till the last She
was the mother of 11 children 8 of
whom survive as follows Tom Ed
and Mrs Annie Davis of this place
Mrs Wm Snyder of Salem David of
Salt Lake City William of Toledo
Charles of Cleveland Mrs Ed Brown
of Lexington Ind Her husband pre
ceded her in death 47 years Funeral
services were held from the Lutheran
church Tuesday afternoon Rov Drill
hart conducted the services Inter
ment in Oakland cemetery Washing
tonville
Mr and Mrs Fred Demer of Youngs
town spent Sunday here with Mr and
Mrs Frank Stouffer
Sunday morning the Sunday school
contest at the M E Church between
the Reds and Blues classed the Reds
winning the honors for bringing the
most new scholars The attendance
was 259 collection 14 Supper was
served in the church basement Monday
evening by the losers A large num
ber was present and enjoyed the good
seasons Lyceum course
Rev J H Graf officiated last week
at the funeral of J P Whlspel of East
Palestine The deceased formerly liv
ed at Eureka stop and was well known
here
NEW ALBANY
March 30 Miss Margaret Redinger
spent Sunday with Miss Wllda Allen
on the Ellsworth road
Mr and Mrs Curtis Toot of Salem
spent Sunday with O L Toot and
family
William Hounts of Cuyahoga Falls
spent Sunday here
Miss Pearl Dougherty of Cleveland
spent a few days last week with her
parents Mr and Mrs J S Dougherty
Mr and Mrs Frank Redinger and
daughter Faye of Salem spent Easter
with Mrs Anna Redinger
the converts taken Into the Greenford
Christian church last Sunday
Mrs William Rayburn of Cleveland
was a Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs
J S Dougherty
Our people are taking advantage of
the new bus line through our village
We think it is a pretty nice street car
The dance given by L H Detrow
in Greenford K of P hall was attend
ed by people from Salem Canfleld
Cleveland washingtonville Youngs
town and Cleveland- There will he
another in two weeks
P O Perkins and Mr Kilkeson of
Salem were in the village Tuesday
NORTH JACKSON
March 30 Mr and Mrs Cook Bon
and daughter of Strutbers visited at
Charles Haydens oyer Sunday
CRev Bolton is moving his family
into Carl Hawns house
Mrs Clark Russell was sick list
week but is better now
A minister from Hiram will nreaob
in the Christian church next Sunday
hi uie usuat nour
Mr and Mrs Wm Herron and Ward Snyder moved last Wodnes
daughter Helen of Calla spent Sunday day it i i
at the home of Mr nad Mrs Moses
Grindle
Philip Rhodes of Salem was a caller
here Tuesday
Ed Handwork was in Cleveland Sun
day to see his Bister
The remains of Grace Malphas were
taken un from the vlllaea cemetery
Mrs meroeri Bmeaiey was in Batem and removed to Youngstown
Monday I Dr Patton made a professional vistf
Victor Glrard has received his pass- to Cleveland last week
nort for France and exnecta to r1I A n Arimn rvnr nnv wilt ho
ELLSWORTH
March 30HDont forget the roast
pig supper at grange hall Saturday
evening Everyono Invited
Several from here attended the Gordon
salo at Hickory Thursday
John Frantz called hero one day last
wflek
grange hall
Miss Marian Brown entertained her
little niece Alice Gosser a few days
last week
Mr and Mrs H M Kean ore spend
ing a few days in Newton Falls with
their son Jim and wife
G Kirk and family attended the fun
eral of Mrs Kate Reel ln Nlles Fri
day afternoon
Friends here of Lcroy Anderson arc home last Wednesday
glad he Is Improving so ranldlv and
hope ho will soon be able to return
to his home
Sale of Sbafer and Broadsword was
held Friday afternoon
fornla
some time next moath presented by the high school senior year
jar nau irioya urain aave gone class in town nail on aaturaay aigm
to house keeping in the Chas Senior Dont nlcs it
property on me soutn stae ot eya
Mrs J F Schafer and daughter
Pauline were in Salem Saturday
There will be preaching in the M
E Church next Sunday morning
A son was born Sunday morning to
Mr and Mrs Louis Grotslngcr
Mr and Mrs John Colo of Palmyra
spent Sunday here with Wm Kean and
family
Sam Mulllneaux of Youngstown call
ed here one day last week
Paul Mathews is home from Hiram
for a weeks vacation
Miss Elizabeth Reasler entertained
her cousin Charley Resslcr of Youngs
town Saturday and Sunday
Alfred Schafer has been hauling
logs to Canfleld the past week
Mr and Mrs HowardDctchon spent
Easter here
Two cars of ashes wero unloaded this
week for tho M E Church driveway
Wm Schafer and family moved this
week to tho
property recently pur
chased by F C Allen
Mrs F G Max and son Gordon Fre
derick of Warren are spending the
week hero with relatives
Donald Ripley has chlckenpox
Esther Gosser was homo from
Youngstown oyer Sunday
Several were taken into tho church
last Sunday John Beard and family
moved hero this week
Mr and Mrs Jack Hoehn and Fred
Max of Warren spent Easter here
Harry Schafer was In Jackson Fri
day evening
Fred Gensler of Jackson called hero
sunaay aiternoon
Miss Dean after spending several
days hero with Mr and Mrs Milton
Florence returned home Saturday to
Palmyra
Mr and Mrs Wm Allen of Battle
Creek Mich are spending some tlmo
hero
Milton Florence and J F Schafer
were In Palmyra Saturday afternoon
Several granges attended Dublin
grange in Canfleld Tuesday night
Several from here attended the nlav
A Cheerful Liar in Rosemont Sat
urday evening given by Austintown
Dramatic Club
Children of Mr and Mrs Allen
Dickson have chlckenpox
Miss Justlna Durgoin sprat Sunday
with Miss Marian Brown
Mr Harold Johnson of Alliance sjient
Saturday evening here with Miss Hul
da Gordon
An all day meeting was held Satur
day at the Presbyterian church
Mary Hammond is on the sick list
Miss Flora Hughes of Alliance spent
Saturday and Sunday here with Wm
Burgoyne and family
Myron Mathews is home from Rush
Run for a few days
Miss Hulda Gordon of Sebrlng is
Tuesday
NEW BUFFALO
Canfleld
March 30 Mrs Freeman Ruprlght
spent a few days last week with her
daughter Mrs Swank in Hubbard
Mrs Paul Baker who has been con
fined to her bed the last few days with
land and Ed Smith and wife of
Youngstown
Eugene Snipes and family and Mrs
Guy Boston called on John Morris Sun
day afternoon
Paul Leaner of North Lima and
Miss Elta Moff were married March
19 Congratulations
M L Beard wife and son Donald
of East Lewlstown called on the form
ers mother Sunday afternoon
Mary Swank and son csalled at
Freeman Ruprlghts Sunday afternoon
Charley Hanna of Columbiana spent
Sunday here with the Abblett boys
Mrs Rpy Brooke and Mrs George
Brooke of Boyer spent Friday with
Mrs John Englemyer
Elmer Blddle and family spent Sun
day afternoon in Columbiana
Dirt roads in this neighborhood are
almost impassably end have been for
weeks due to the unusually wet win
ter and grading having been done on
some of them to be macadamized this
Ptroalse Dteptteh mtrttitatn
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CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY APRIL 1 1921
GREENFORD
March 30 J B Schroy of Salem
was a Greenford caller last Tuesday
Josephine Calvin fell off a sec saw
Young people enjoyed themselves at ana Mrs u m vjnaruon
the party held In tho grange hall Wed- Mlss hoilio and Mrs TJamC3Zim
nesday evening merman and Mrs J U Walter attend
Grange will meet next Tuesday eve- ed thc womans department of farm
nlng All members are urged to boiburcau ln Canfleld last Tuesday
present Mrs Charles Carr of Goshen spent
Some are enjoying roller skating in asl wcanesaay wun ner uauBnier
Mrs Otis Rhodes and family-
Mr and Mrs Harry Hoffman and
daughters Nlla and Betty Jane of
Salem were guests of Theodore Hoff
man and family last Wednesday
The high school will give a play
In grange hall Friday evening April 1
Mr and Mrs Johnathan Schaeffer
and sons Bert and Wade who 6pent
the winter In California returned
George Zwlssler of Mineral Illdgo
spent Saturday night at Thomas But
lers and Sunday with Emanuel Stahls
Mrs Russell McEldowny and daugh
IT ntUon AM Qnntotv eni - work liprfi with Theodore Hoffman and
f P Inritrn nt Tln nlnnn TT I - I - 0 u DUIHICI
- Hi 0 ln grange nau Baturaay evening to a lamny
vlved by two sister Miss Carrie large number Mrs Freeze of Sebrlng nnd Mrs
woods at Home and Mrs O Bossert Frank Btinrnvno wan hmo t Stlfflen of Salem snent last Thursday
Funeral services were held from the Pittsburgh Saturday and Snndav
nome Wednesday afternoon Rev J Francis Allen has mnvnrf with
Staley officiating Interment ln the
ter Betty Louise of Canton spent a
with Mrs W J Lake and family
MrsvG T Everson of Saskatchawan
family from tho Prestivtorbn Canada spent two weeks with Mr
age to the home vacated by his moth- antl Mrs- Lakc ana fftmllv ana
or wno is snondinir snmo t mo t roit leu ior nome ine iirsi oi mis ween
w i
Sidney tuenneu ann tamiiy speni
Sunday with his uncle Mr Kernon
and family In Akron
Mrs Owen Charlton and children
aro spending several weeks with her
parents Mr and Mrs Peter Voss in
Canton
Miss Allco Lehman Is assisting ln
the homo of her sister Mrs Ray Cal
vin and family
Mr and Mrs J B Rhodes and son
James spent last Thursd yawlth Mrs
Viola Rhodes and children of Peach
Hill
Carl Cochel and family contem
plated moving to Greenford this week
their neighbors gathered at their home
surprise fashion Saturday night tak
ing their feast with them All enjoyed
tho evening
There were 93 communicants par
took of the Lords supper at the Luth
eran church Caster morning
Mrs Ada Butler and daughter Wini
fred of Youngstown spent Sunday with
Mrs Nolle Bush
Mr and Mrs G L Bush and son
Everett of this place and Mr and
Mrs W W Bush son Wallace and
daughter Virginia of Pittsburgh spent
Easter with Mr and Mrs A W and
L C Bush
The Ladles Aid Society will meet
with Mrs L F Dively Monday April
18 to do sewing
Thirty one visitors wero present at
Greenford grange last Wednesday
night at which time North Lima grange
had charge of the literary program
After tho program the social commlt
fo of Greenford grange served re
freshments
Mr and Mrs Elmer Hendricks son
Carl and daughter Zora Mr and Mrs
Willis Rotzel and son Wilbur spent
Easter nt D W Rollers
Thi rtum of 14 was cleared by the
Lutheran Ladles Aid bake sale last
Saturday afternoon and evening
A ring containing two Ruby sets
was found by Miss Lavina Coy of
Gieenford In K of P hall last Friday
night
Despite the storm Monday C F
Bush moved to Youngstown Ralph
Slagle with his truck assisted in the
work
District deputy Mrs Sutton of
Youngstown met with tho Greenford
Pythian Sisters for inspection Tues
day evening
Mr and Mrs Royal Clay son and
daughter of Salem spent Sunday here
with Mr and Mrs C W Clay and
Mr and Mrs Walter Hlvely
C F Bushs garage with his Colum
bia Car burned last Saturday morn
ing about 2 oclock A short circuit
in the machine is thought to hae
caused the fire
Clark Calvin William Piezenger
and Jesse Clay and family moved to
spending the Easter vacation at her Greenford Tuesday
home here William Smith of Albany was a
uio jYuiuiecu ij eucu oi lliisourgn vireijujuru cuuur luesaay ana wnen
spent Easter here with Mr Mosier and
amiiy
Friends here are sorry to hear of
the illness of H W Spaulding of Can
field
Mr and Mrs Elmer Crum and son
Earlon spent Sunday in Rosemont
A roast pig supper will be served In
grange hall Saturday evening from 6
Miss Florence Slagle was one of untn 9 oclock
Forest Hammond was in
asked why he did not com on the
bus replied he was in a hurry
BERLIN CENTER
March 30 Mr and Mrs Flod
Obenauf spent Easter with friends in
North Lima
Mrs John Bardo and daughter
Merle were ln Alliance Friday
Mrs Susie Hoover of Ravenna spent
the week end with Berlin Center
friends
Emory Diehl moved his family Sat
urday to the Henry Cronlck farm
Mr and Mrs Frank Wagner of
Youngstown spent Sunday at John
Mocks
Mr and Mrs Eli Rakestraw nad
sons spent Easter with Alliance
appendicitis remains about the same tlves
Sunday visitors at Elmer Painters Emerson and Fred Woolf spent their
were Lawrence Painter and friends Easter vacation with their parents
and John Painter and wife of here
M E Cowan is moving to his farm
recently purchased of Arthur Schlsler
Samuel Wlnegart has bought a farm
nf Rnhert Ilnvd And la mnvlner his turn
illy there this week
John Keeler Floyd Fields Frank
Teeters and John Mock were called to
Youngstown Monday for jury duty
Stewart Burkey is on the sick list urday
Mrs Samuel Antrian is reported to
be ouite feeble She suffered a stroke
of paralysis several weeks ago
Mr and Mrs John Bardo entertain
ed at a sumptuous Easter dinner John
Diehl and family Curtis Webb and
family G rover Diehl and family Mr
Dickson Albert Miller and Fred Woolf
were guests
Mrs Cyrus Smith and eon Harold
were in Youngstown Monday
John Keeler is building a new house
Robert Caven Will Johnsons chil
dren and W I Hlllls children have
chlckenpox
Mr and Mrs Isaac Hull entertained
at a family dinner Easter
i
ISLAND
Paul Calvin of Hiram Is spending a
ten days vacation with his parents
Mr nnd Mrs H H Calvin
Mrs Mattle Wlsler Is seriously ill
with pneumonia
Clark McClun and family of West
Middlesex Arthur Burns of Youngs
town and Edith Lehman were Sunday
callers at thc home of G McClun
Rev and Mrs Daniel Martin of
Wooster were Sunday guests of friends
here
Roy Zimmerman has moved from
tho Wlsler farm to the Firm Howell
farm which he recently purchased
and Fred G Bruderly of Salem Mrs
Wlslers son-in-law will move in and
take charge of the farm vacated by
the Zimmermans
J J Wltmer recently unloaded a
car of lumber for his new barn
Mr and Mrs Jacob McCormick and
Mr and Mrs Jacob Martin of North
Lima were Sunday guests of Ben
Zelgler and family
Mrs Elizabeth Burns is spending
some time with her son Henry and
family ln Youngstown
Peter Zurger who recently fell and
broke several ribs is slowly Improv
ing
Mr and Mrs D R Lehman were
guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Weaver
one day last week
J O Bowman of East Lewlstown a
former resident of this place smiled
upon old neighbors Thursday
Clayton Lehmans new house on the
Columblana Canfleld road will soon be
ready for occupancy
S R Martin and family were Sun
day visitors in the home of Mr and
Mrs Ira Horst
Mr and Mrs Henry Lehman and
son Norman attended tho funeral of
Mrs Harriet Kurtz widow of the late
Jacob Kurtz held at Poland Thursday
afternoon
John Wltmer and Ezra Knopp were
at Copes nursery near Salem Monday
bu Ing fruit trees
Alvin Detrow and family spent Sun
day evening at Henry Lehmans
Toriy thre enelghbors and friends
gathered surprise fashion at the homo
of Mr and Mrs Roy Zimmerman
Thursday night The evening was
epent in a social way and a dainty
lunch was served
William Pearl Margaret and James
Calvin attended the funeral of their
great grandmother Mrs Mary Lewis
held at the Lutheran chuAb In Wash
Ingtunville Tuesday afternoon
WEST AUSTINTOWN
March 30 There will be preaching
by Rev Sheppard next Sunday at 11
a m
The Ladles Aid Society was very
pleasantly entertained recently at the
home of Mrs Lizzie Jordan The next
meeting will be held April 0 in the
home of Mrs Thomas Hardy at Tay
lors Corners
John and Verne Pennell and families
of Youngstown recently visited the
formers mother
Mr and Mrs Bert Pennell and
daughter Mr and Mrs Ranquest and
son and Mr and Mrs Roy Davis and
daughter of Youngstown were Sunday
guests of Frank Davis and family
Mrs Marlttle Pennell spent Easter
with her son Verne aud family in
Youngstown
Miss Helen Bishop of the county
normal school in Canfleld was home
over Sunday
Miss EvelyV Frlfogel spent Sunday
with Mr and Mrs Charles Lee and
her sister Hilda In Canfleld township
Francis son of Mr and Mrs John
Bishop Is suffering with pneumonia
Charles and Perry Ohl are building
a porch for Calvin Schlsler In Aus
tintown
C C Harvely of Youngstown was
here recently looking over his farm
Frank Davis has rented and moved
to the farm owned by the George
Jordan heirs
Ell Frlfogel is still confined to his
bed
Freezing weather Monday may have
damaged the early fruit crop
Call The Manchester Co at Canfleld
for wiring and your electric fixtures
Lowest prices adv
SHILLINGS MILL
March 30 Mrs Susan Hoover of
Ravenna visited Mr and Mrs W I
Hillls and Eli Rakestraw and family
Saturday and Sunday
Wm AdamB of Salem called at Will
Jollys Sunday
A H Burkey was in Alliance Sat-
Bert Creed has moved his family
from Youngstown to the home of his
father-in-law John Wilson
Mr and Mrs A L Wilson were in
Patmo4 Thursday and spent the day
with R Owens and family and Clyde
Owen and family
Mrs George Hlllis called on Mrs
A Wilson Thursday evening
Mrs Date- Wilson spent Friday in
Youngstown
Mr and Mrs Foster Hlllls were
Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr
and Mrs George Hlllis and son Rob
ert
Wilmer Hake was a Sunday dinner
guest of George Hlllls sad fUy
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BOARDMAN
March 30 Wni Holt one of Wash 1 March 30 Mrs Esther Baldwin
ingtonvllles hustling merchants who Heskett who had been with her par
was housed un with pneumonia for cnts here since she brought the body
last Sunday and broke a collar bone some time was on the Island Friday of her husband for burial In Board
M G Huffman and family of Clarks- looking a little thin but wearing tho man cemetery left Saturday for Tor
vllle and Mr and Mrs Perry Cook I game old smile as usual onto Canada to arrange for the
of Canfleld were Sunday guests ol
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day dinner guests In thc home of Mr turn to Boardman and reside with
and Mrs Alvln Detrow her parents Mr and Mrs H J Bald-
JlUt DJUC Ul LaiUUOLUa OJIC111 UUU I
dav with Mr and Mrs H H Calvin I The township farm bureau had an
Rev A W Harrold who recently
sold his farm to Vmngstown parties
moved to Columbiana this week
Phares Martin of Dalton spent thc
week end and Sunday with Adam Wen-
ger and family
Henry Burns and family Mr and
Mrs Earl Burns and son Linus of
Youngstown were Sunday guests of
Henry Lehman and family
D R Lehman and Cletus Rowe
spent Thursday in Youngstown
interesting and heldful meeting at
the school house Thursday evening
Reports of committee meetings wero
given by local people
Homer Slagle gave a report of
Farmers Week In Columbus Miss
Dickson of the O S U extension de
partment gave a talk on hot school
lunches and Miss Osborne was present
to talk over plans for the benefit of
tho township
Mr and Mrs R L Fleming enter-
Mr and Mrs Hrnrv Srhapffer nnd talned a KTOUP of COncenlal friends nt
daughter Sarah are spending a few a party Thursday evening after tho
days with relatives In Huntington Pa iarm oureau meeting
Mrs Henry Starr and daughters
Maud and Stella very pleasantly en
tertained the Red Cross Auxiliary
Wednesday afternoon A delicious
lunch was served to a large attendance
by the hostess
Last Friday afternoon Professor
Henderson of the high school conduct
ed his chemistry class on a tour of
Inspection through the Sheet and
Tube Co Steel Mills
Saturday evening thc senior class
of the high school responded to an
invitation from their popular teacher
MUs Carrie Walker to a class party
at her home in Damascus Every
member was present and a most en
joyable time is reported
Mrs O H Stafford spent a week
with her sister Mrs Canning of
Youngstown
Miss Edna Simon of Brownlee
Woods called on her aunt Mrs Delilah
Agnew Sunday afternoon
A son was born last week Wednes
day to Mr and Mrs Henry Davis of
South street
Clare Catherman arrived Saturday
from Muskingum college to spend the
Easter vacation with his parents Mr
and Mrs Frank Catherman
Ralph P Agnew returned Monday
to Meadvllle Pa after spending ten
days at home
Mr and Mrs Herman Creed had a
family gathering Sunday Among the
guests was Mrs Creeds grandmother
The churches celebrated Easter in
a fitting manner Tho Episcopal choir
nppeared in new vestments The M
E Church was filled Mr and Mrs
R L Fleming and Mrs Rhodes wero
taken into tho church membership
Boardman basketball boys played at
Lowellville Monday evening Score
54 to 27 ln favor of Boardman
In Youngstown Rayen school gym
nasium last Saturday night the War
ren Dutchess girls basketball five de
feated the Boardman Aces 22 to IB
thereby winning tho championship of
Mahoning and Trumbull counties Tho
game was a fast one full of thrills
LOOUST GROVE
March 30 Oscar Calvin and wife
of Youngstown were Sunday guests of
his parents F W Calvin and wife
J D Felcht and wife and Lucino
Weston wero In Sharon Sunday to seo
Mable Coy who has been seriously ill
in Buhl hospital
Rev H B Hazen of Sharon called
on Frank Horls Sunday evening
E I Roller and wife were in Co
lumbiana Saturday afternoon
Lester Calvin and Howard Felcht
were In Salem Saturday night
Sunday visitors at A A Losss
were Raymond Lamb and family of
Clarksvllle and Chas Lelcht and fam
ily
S W Yoder and Rajph Calvin are
serving ns Jurors in Youngstown
Miss Prudy Freese called on Carl
Cochel and family Saturday night
i v Calvin and family called on
Emerson Calvin and family In Green
ford Sunday afternoon
Raymond Knopp and Arthur Hively
called on friends at the Grove Sunday
afternoon
Irvln Whisler called on Melvln
Snooks the other day
Nellie Calvin spent Sunday with
Thelma Culp in Columbiana
Fred Harmon Is employed at the tile -works
near Greenford
Wlllard Calvin called on Martin
Dressel Sunday afternoon
Merle Horls of Berea came here and
is walking the Buckeye pipe line for
his father who Is sick
Harry Roller was in Salem Monday
Harry Grindle and family and Mrs
Effle Calvin and daughter Esther were
in Youngstown one day recently
TURNER STREET
March 30 Mr and Mrs Rl It
Brick and son Blllle spent Saturday
night and Sunday in Youngstown with
Mrs Bricks mother Mrs Boyle
Mrs Ida Cramer of Milton visited
over Sunday with Adam Brobst ana
family
C F Brooke called on John Brown
Tuesday
Mrs F R Ewing and Jeanette
Blucher spent Wednesday with Mrs
P R Klmmel
Mr and Mrs George OConnor and
son Robert of Youngstown were Sun
day visitors at John Browns and A
C Carsons
Wilford Brobst was in Youngstown
Thursday
Misses Helen Dunlap and Mary
Brickley of Austintown spent Wednes
day night with Nora Kennedy
Edgar Reece was home from Youngs
town the first of the week
Sunday visitors at T J Bricks were
Mr and Mrs M F Flynn and Marlln
Brick of Youngstown
Frank Crum of North Caafteld street
butchered a calf for Elmer Brebat
Tuesday jj
Thomas Kennedy and Wilford
Brobst played basketball in Awtta
town Thursday nlht
According to estimates anBroxiauU
ly 200000009 feet of lunber wSTb
cut oa Crown laads la New Bnuttwidt
during the prwat year i
A cofira crook it wan who
cheat when hes playig solitaire
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