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VOL XLV NO 2h
WASHINGTONVILLE
Mr and Mrs Edward Welkart mot
ppw
ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS
When the columns of The Mahoning
Dispatch are used This statement
has teen verified by thousands of
pleased patrons In past years For
the small advertiser the classified
column offers opportunities that none
can afford to overlook
week end here at the home of Mr and home here
lJJJiiMHlWllllllHplil
This Paper Stops at Expiration of Time Paid for If You Want It Continued Please Renew Promptly
Mkhe
Mrs Emma Fltznatrlck one of the I Mr and Mrs Alva Wilson and
oldest residents of the village a few daughter and Mr and Mrs Hay Clark
days since renewed her subscription and son Jack of FIndlay motored here
to The Mahoning Dispatch She has on Sunday and are spending a week
ored here rrom wewDurg n x taken the paper forty years and al wlth relatives In this vicinity
ing naay ney win Bjenu Bcverai j ways looks forward to lis weekly Percey Tctlowof Columbus called on
days at the home of his brother and It sayng ghe could not well do without David Kllngesmlth Sunday evening
sister Orlando and Miss Helen u Mrs pitzpatrlck has endeared her 1 Mr and Mrs Phln necves of Little
Jjart self to a wdo circle of friends during Washington Pa and Samuel Detrow i
Mrs Harry Henderson and Mrs nay her 0ng resIdenco here Her hus nnd family of Pittsburgh returned
Broadbone and baby of Lisbon spent j band j L Fltpatrlck who passed homo Sunday aftcT spending a few
Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs away some years sincCi was jong ac- days with relatives and friends here
Henry Richards Jtlve In the affairs of the community I S R Martin and family spent Sun-
Mrs Clarence Baker and son spent Dndne much service and comfort to day at Noah Weavers
several days the past week at the
othcr8 A number of our young people at-
home of her parents In Salem Mr and Mrs Albert Graham and tended singing at the home of Mr and
Mr and Mrs Wm Heass and grand- sons of Cleveland are here at the home Mrs Joslah Lehman Sunday evening i
daughter ahd Miss Eliza Wllk nson of of lhelr fatncif Charles DeJane Amos Wenger left Sunday for Quern-
Salem were callers on friends In town i Wnli SnlIth jr wjfo lind son of Call- sey Sask Can to spend some time
Sunday fornla Mr and Mm Ed Robinson and with his brother Abram and family I
Mr and Mrs C A Welkart and I son Miss Jerry Morrow an J two children I Aaron Hursh of Orrvlllo motored
Gilbert Mr and Mrs Mont Welkart and smith of WildwnoJ Pa here Sunday His mother Mrs Eliza-
and Mrs David Welkart visited Mrs I cnjoycd severai dayfi visit the past beth Hursh who spent several weeks
Mary Bnrague and family at Ham- week at tne home 0 jir and Mrs with friends here returned homo with
monasviue y ia8t duuuii i Andrew Brlggs him Monday
Harry Glllman and family of Am- Mrs Emmet Carlisle spent Tuesday Mr and Mrs Abram Martin and
hurst O spent several days with Miss wlth roiatlves In East Palestine daughter Dorothy left Monday for
iyaia iKing ana otner relatives ana Thc Grlndle reunion was held at Wooster to spend a few days with
friends In town Yellow Creek park Struthers last Jacob Tyson and family before
Mr and Mrs Everett Severs of Wednesday Charles Herron and lng for St Jacobs Can where they
Chester W Va were gue3ts Friday Johnson and and family and James will make an extended visit with Mr i
of Mrs Joseph Thorpe Grindle and wife were in attendance Mnrtlns parents and other relatives I
David Kennedy died Saturday after Mlss Melvlna Paxon of Salem Is a Mr and Mrs S G McClun and Mrs
a long illness of complications Do- g ln th0 nome ot her grandparents Nellie Relchard and daughter Esther
Ceased Was a resident Of this place hlS Mr nrul Itj fhnrlno niclmronn nftenrlnri nliiirrli Rnrvlrfs nt Wood-
entire life He was 54 years ot age Thursday the annual reunion of the worth Sunday morning after which
a son of the late Mr and Mrs Alex noller family was held in Kartells they went to Youngstown and were
Kennedy He was employed as a gr0ve we8t of town with about 60 guests of Henry Burns and family I
miner until a year ago when he was rciatiVcs present The day was en- A company composed of H A
taken 111 He underwent an operation joycd n a happy social manner The Schaeffer M M Zlegler Walter John-
last spring from which he did not piacc for the 1922 reunion was not son Harvey Good and Harmon Lesher
fully recover and had since been in a nxcd all members of the Island Thresher
sanitarium wherb his death occurred Mr t nt Pniqinv Mr nnd Mm Co recently mirchased a traction en-
His remains were brought to the home jiaipn Warner Miss Dorothy Woods glne from Francis Harrold of
of his sister Mrs Ernest Allen in spent Sunday In Mill Creek park blana
alem where funeral services were Youngstown I
held Monday morning He was a Andrew Edward and Miss Helen BOYER
memDer oi me vl ryuiias auu welkart of Ncwburg N Y who aro
Foresters of America lodges of this
herc on a vlst attended the Lutheran
faired
Place He is ved by hs ifend Say schooland wlth some Schacffcr Spent Mon-
i of Salem three sisters Mrs James imi trim nnri rtmnriitor of l L o T I
McFee Mrs James Nottman and Mrs SaIcm wcro hcre at the home of her Columbiana Thursday I
imesnAiien inieriiieui hi oiiuiuu narcnts Fr day Saturday she left for i ximr ctnunien on wii
SSWhnIMrMdM Cambridge Springs to visit her Winno and Monroe Forney and family I
a guest in the homo OI Mr iana Mrs n j -who ha hepn thorn sevnrnl nM iii I
Eobert Sanders weeks for his health hnnn nr v v r i rn
QSv aIw M Mlfs 9 l ot clSland Geo Schaeffer of Leetonla spent a
Sunday at the home Of Mr and Mrs
iR onnv nir n vnent on here with her 4 i ni tr a
H J Woods parents Mr and Mrs C E Bertolette schaeffer I
Charles Taylor and family left on chnrles Lewis of Cleveland was here
Mr and Mrs R P Blosser and sons
Tuesday for Fort Wayne lnd to spend ovcr Sunday at the homo of Mr and WJ Cdolph lid Harold and
ter Ruby spent Sunday with J A
rip wZVh Autoists are spinning over tne new uurkholder and family of East Lowls
and Charlotto and C H Welkart and
l Drjck road from the cross roads to towll i
iamiiy uiuiuieu iu ojuiubucm v aaiem wnicn was openca ior irainc j0v Bradlev and wife of East Lew
Sunday and spent the day at the cot- last week All say It was a long time sUwn spcnt unday wlth hte raother
6 v- - connnjj um i iB wuilu wuhu jrs jiary Jane Bradley
Miss Welkart who had been j M has finished repairing
Marf
Dayte Pred Boycr sold his winter apples to
their guest the past week the belfry at the school building which a party frJm Maryland to bo shipped
ed them home wn8 damaged by lightning wnen fdeked
JHugh Mcintosh Is Improving nicely j H Perry left for Geneva N Y j n nf TnMnnin nniinH
at the Salem hospital where ho under- Whero ho secured cmnloyment I iniD c I
went an operation Leave your news Items at Welkarfs i mirr Rdlth Pnlvln Hinn mdirnnH hnmn
Frank and Miss lAmanda uiiger 8t0re and let out-of-town friends know to Qreenford after spending five weeks I
Clarence Tate Mr and Mrs Clyde vtm arn still In existence Many for- m 1 jni f n Tn i
I Hawn visited relatives in Youngstown mer residents hero take the paper and Bradley I
njuuuay ok iorwni io luuuoiuo icuci r Harvey Metzler and family attended
Mr and Mrs Ed Bookser and o hnin mnkn It more Interesting n siJ n i iij i
ivtn V V - J i1 Vuiii lulling 1CUU1U11 UU1U dl OUll l
iter oieujo r ibuu mu d mho miiis or ioieao is at nis oiu torAa Brovo last Thursday
uhmdna
Mr and Mrs Paul Buchwalter of
A
Mrs Lynn Davis and other relatives I Descendants of John and Harriet rivi Mica inrv nisonrr
and friends Chappell assembled last Wednesday at and Carl Lehman spent Sunday In
Mr and Mrs R R Dickson and p trlnlons clnn for their second an- i
daughter Mary Jane of Saginaw Mich nuai reunion One hundred relatives Rav and E i Tjishon with their
spent several days tne jiast weeK ai sat down to a bountirul picnic dinner famiUes ot New Castle Mr and Mrs I
the home of Mr and Mrs FG Davis whcn yas in charge of the young John AnBjemyer and Mr and Mrs Paul
en ol uoDa Daker of New Buffalo spent Sunday
I- Vmi
T Air Ii
i ii I v j i
Alice Bell In Cleveland and
sister Mrs s on was held In the afternoon Uh M and M no Drooket
Miss Lydla King has traded her nirers elected as follows President i i miiik hiim i
property on Union street for the G George Chappell vice president Rich- B lJst
W Allen property on Main stret next ard chappell secretary Mary Leon- M dJa Dakrr is spending a few
to the postotflce and will take poses- ard treasurer Henry Chappell his- weeks wIth her daUBhter Mrs Fred
sion at once torlan Grace Welkart Boating bath- j30yer I
Mr and Mrs Percy Tetlow ot Salem ing quoits and other amusements Hen Schaeffer and family of
enent Sunday at the home of his were enjoyed Relatives from nA n
mother Mrd Anna Thomas burgh Cleveland Lorain Saginaw nhnra nnd fnmllv of
Mrs Daniel Helster and children ot Mich Salem Leetonla nnd YounBstown and P H schaeffer and
iNewComerstown are vislUng Mr and tonvile were In attendance The next Iamlly 8pen Sunday at tno bomo of
Mrs Elmer Indermill and other friends reunion will bo the last Sunday in H a Schaeffer and family I
I In town This Is their first trip back jnlv 1922 i VvJi ti haa i e
I since they moved from here about The community picnic at Eagleton day Bcbooi picnic at Yellow Creek
lour years ago Their many friends Eien last Friday was a great success Jk struthers last Saturday
here were glad to see them and -one of the big events of the sea- N n B d n carpenter Tork
Miss Bernlce Snevel of Salem Is RQn nearly every family in town being n n
here at the borne of her grandmother represented The day was ideal and Mrs H Lesher and C
Mr8 EUZ Zlt TeP0iy orneT S Lesher spent Sunday with Clark
f ouu mi uU u iiu jieiiiBu iu -
3- iC0 Cavin and family near Qreenford
ters and Mr and Mrs J M Davis mot- the best ever held Races began as R Jonnston waa a TiBKon caller
ored to Mahoning park and spent Sun soon as the crowd had arrived they onevday t week
day with friends camping there 1 were ln charge of the entertainment Mr and M g a nover snent Sun-
Wm Dalyrmpe of Lisbon was a call- committee Charles Taylor and C H A ViwJ5aJ oyLlt
er ln town Tuesday I Weikart Following were the winners iand casslday
A son was born recently in the home Boys race 50 yard dash Eagleton M and Mrs John Weikart and son
of Mr and Mrs Harry Hlnchcliff Se- girls race EO yard dash Lillian Herr- iJlmMwSwrttoJmllw
hrjng The new arrival will be named man boys race 50 yard dash Alfred kL famHy in Grlenford
George Raymond - J Rohrer girls race 50 yard I dash toict Bmi
Miss Helen McNeal is spending a Dorothy Dalrymple mens 100 yard n0iier and famllv of Locust
week with relatives in Salem dash 1st James Fynes 2nd Howard SJSve
Mrs Harvey Beck of Columbiana Davis girls sack race Marie 0Dell 1 h Sauerwein and family and
visited Mr and Mrs H L McNeal boys sack race Gilbert DeJane 36 Hon guerwej gnUly
Sunday yard mens jumplngS race 1st James -
Cook and daUEhter
Mrs Margaret Hetrlck of Lowell- Fynes 2nd Gaushmond 3rd Ray Stout- SSL J pS iK KnaSf spenl faUnaa
ville was a week end guest of Misses fer ladies 50 yard dash 1st Mrs Harry X rketer
Hattle and Mattie Roller rindle 2ndA11oCitir0nD nlf wSiffrt Ml Bessie Harrold of Columbiana
Mr and Mrs Grace Welkart 1
Joseph Stouffer and 40 yards and return andtt v wkh Mr and Mrs r
Fred Denner of Youngstown spent this married ladles 50 yard dash 1st Alice Shnitm
eek at the home ot Mr and Mrs F odell 2nd Mrs Ed Herman 3rd Mrs Fred Palnters
Li Stouffer Lynn Davis water melon contest - tj etebutih
Mrs Chas Herron and Miss Amanda Bilger pitching coins ladles f0 yerlMkeTthe toSa whlc
la Stouffer were Sunday callers of i6t Alice Welkart 2nd Margaret fBrbe i Ironi the aS toe
Misses Hattle and Mattie Roller Irymple married vs single 4 i mund Wonder is
Mr and Mrs F L Stouffer Mrs men married men married that the entire car was not nnwoprta
Hannah Stouffer and sons Harry Vs single women married women
j T ilJj ll ll IJ nUln mart CU
jnanes uuu iiujr wcuucu mu iuucim nau game uiuiicu m iw
of Charles Slutter aged 48 in Alliance married men nail guessing contest
Tuesday Mr and Mrs Slutter were Alice Hum won the honors largest
on their vacation in Michigan when family pn the grounds David Welkart
he was stricken with an attack of in members being present These
SHILLINGS MILL
Auc 24 Mr and Mrs Wm Jolly
yto imiifrasHnri wtiir h caused his Anniait offirdpif irmrh fun for the and Ernest Allen attended a kitchen
death crowd and the winners were awarded shower given Mr and Mrs Wilbur
Mr and Mrs Harold Tetlow and cood nrizes by the merchants
son or Youngstown visitea relatives
daughter here this week TRTATm
jar uuu luio luiinci -
daughter Margaret Mr and Mrs Wal
ter Warner spent Sunday at Nelson
Ledges
Aug 24 Daniel Conrad and family
Miss Anna Smucker Elmer Smucker
Powers last Saturday night
A Burkey and family attended the
Cllne family reunion in Alliance last
Saturday
Frank Bradley of Salem called on
Mr Jolly and family Sunday
Mrs A M Doutnipp ana wr ana
Mr and Mrs Wm Faloon and and family and Miss Ella Conrad of Mrs Oeo Browa of Atwater Mrs
ter Marearet spent last week with Mr Louisvine anq earn uiosser mo Nma McConney and eon atennein or
and Mrs W C Bare in Salem Hy were Sunday guests in the home of Ravenna were recent guests of Fran-
iMrs Walter Standmelster and eon Jonas Knopp cla Fields and family
Albert Mr and Mrs iW C Bare and Miss Naomi Miller spent Sunday MlBS Graco Wilson returned home
eon Wilbert of Salem were Sunday with Henry Kauff man and family aer a tw0 weeks visit with relaUves
guests or Mr and Mrs B B Warner Miss Annie Arras and nephew dn Patmos
Mrs Alice Odell entertained twelve Harry Gross of Pittsburgh are spend- - Roy Qoist and family were Sunday
little friends from 6 to 8 oclock Mon- ing a week with relatives here visitors of Bert Creed and family and
day evening in honor of her aaugnier a iuuiu tuuui6 ana jurs jonn wjjbuu
Mm78 third birthday aninversary be held at the home of S G McClun Fjoyd Fields and family
She received many useful gifts Tne ray ojh v aiov v m
children enjoyed youthful games dur l Guests of Adam Wenger and tonally
ing the social hours The guests were Sunday -were Ed Weaver and family
Enos and Ezra Witmer Mr and Mrs
serVed luncheon and
with a dainty mnau uu
Harrv Showalter and daughter Esther
were Sun
day cupper guests of Francis Fields
and camliy
Geo Humphrey and sister Mrs Tay
lor of Ravenna and Mrs McCune of
Youngstown called on the families of
LttllUlCD -1 rnlln ahJ Tcrool j Ji T l nrilA Aav
Miss WJlma DeJane returnea zrom auiu uu aomuw mami v aen vreea anu ouuu mwuu o
a five weoks vacation with relatives Snyder I evening
and Irlen4s in Cleveland While there Misses Mary Knopp of RHtman El 1 prancia Fields and family visited H
the attested the Columbiana county U and Marjorle Rohrer of Wadsworth Morgan and family Sunday afternoon
Wenlo which was a great pleasure for were over Sunday guests of Ezra urs j0hn Wilson is recovering from
the little Hues Knopp and family her illness
PATMOS
Aug 24 Mrs Elizabeth Templln Is
in Salem Saturday evening
Adam Martin and family and Misses Aid Society
Helen and Josephine Martin of Colum
bus are spending a few days with Mrs
Martins parents Mr and Mrs B T
Kegg
The trlannual reunion of the Patmos
Qityiita
CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1921
ELLSWORTH
Aug 24 Mr and Mrs II M Kean
leys In Bosworth I Warren one day last week
dinner will be served by the Ladies
Sunday In Georco Buntings grove Mr and Mrs Wm Kean were ln
near Warren The company numbered Warren Saturday
more than 60 nnd all enjoyed the ex- Mr and Mrs J r scnaier ana Mr
In Salem Sunday evening
SHRADERS CORNERS
GREENFORD
Edith Hendricks spent the past two
weeks In Youngstown with relatives
A pnrn rnnst lrns linlfl TilPRflnv eve- 2 nnflnfA nnrrrt
WEST AUSTINTOWN
YOUR JOB PRINTING ORDER
Is Certain lo receive prompt and
careful attention when placed -with
The Dispatch Job printing department
In charge of artistic -workmen who
spare no pains In making every piece
of work handled meet the approval
of the most exacting purchaser
150 A YEAR Outside Ohio 200
NORTH LIMA
Auc 24 Wilbur Welkart who was Antr 9A Thn Kiintlav Krhnnls nf
spenaing a lew aays ai vernon titan- ana r ana Mrs wm Kean were in coniinea to Dea tne jast tnree weens Paradise and Good Hope Lutheran
is out again
churches of New Buffalo and North
Many from here attended the open- Mr and Mrs Frank Jack of Mr and Mrs Jonathan Schaefer and Lima will hold a Joint picnic at South
ing of the dance pavilion in Robert town called here one evening last sons Bert and Wade of Salem called ern park Thursday Aug 25 The
Boyds grove last Saturday night week on her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman committee on arrangements assure all
Mrs D D Balrd and daughter Clara Mrs Mary Pressell and family are Zimmerman and Walter Callahan last a pleasant outing nnd a good time
have been on the sick list preparing to soon remove to Sunday On Sunday Aug 28 Good Hope
Mrs H H Cook spent a few days town Elmer Wight and friend of Lutheran congregation will observe Its
the last week with her sister ln Belolt Misses Mary and Lenlce Mosler and land called on Mr and Mrs J U annual harvest home services The
jirs uacnei uoien anu inena spent an evening jasi ween ai ter Saturday His claugmer Margaret church will be beautifully decorated
Verna Ruth and Wllda Bolen Idora
ters of park J attended school and college for 1G
Salem are spending a few days with A shower was given Mr and Mrs years and never missed a day or a
Mrs Stella Howard Ralph Felsley Thursday evening at iesson and never was tardy a remark-
Mr and Mrs C A Cook and Mr and the home of Mr and Mrs Harry able record
Mrs Will Kelly of Alliance spent Sun- Wolfe More than 100 were In at- Mr and Mrs Webb Regal of Salem
day with Mrs Lydla Venable ln Salem tendance Many beautiful gifts were spent last Thursday and Friday here
and children spent Sunday with CHmont and will soon start housekeeping I Prof L U Hulln of Youngstown 37 ai flfv connections
Talor In Georgetown Foust Hammond Co are painting spent Saturday with his sister Miss VnVerAMitStommml
Mr and Mrs Fred Gardlng and son in Nlles Dorothy Hulln Henry Lelmbach and family have
Knnn aoV ot ti t nnnvi I Tu Travorinn cnu eiM ri t ii ii 1
Ed Rummel Is somewhat better nlc was held Friday at Bowmans re- g on Olln left Saturday to spend a few
Mr and Mrs Hlcka and children of union grounds near Hickory davs with relatives in Pennsylvania
Belolt are spending a few days with Mrs Forrest Hammond left last Frl 1 Miss Edna Schnuerer ot Vermillloa
Mrs Hicks sister Mrs Pearson Ware day to visit friends and relatives at came Friday to visit her sister Mrs
jonn wemgari ana iamiiy ana Mrs smunion ra p h Lelmbach and family
Friday A good time Is reported
all A large crowd was in attendance
Homer Greenamyer and family were 30 by Brooke Jones A chicken Wolfe
Friday
Mr and Mrc Elmer Hendricks and
as Is the custom An appropriate ser
mon will be preached by the pastor
Rev Graf The New Buffalo congre
gation will have their harvest homo
service Sunday at 230 p m
The Bare family reunion will be an
returned from a pleasant trip during
which they covered several eastern
states and visited for a short time In
thc home of Eno Zelgler at Denton
Md They drove about 1200 miles
Lovina Edwards and sons motored to Fred Rose was ln Youngstown re- a A Stahl purchased a new farm tBifa JB Y Jl wrirn
Akron Wednesday I cently tractor last ihH 1XllalrdJjA K rr 1S
The Stratton family reunion was R M Kean reports 31 bushels of
held at the Patmos school grounds last wheat from one acre
unwu JlCll DU1U lllH llUiUC LU U J
Obenauf and gives possession next
Vh Vui
daughter Zara left Saturday for Rock- i
by A public stock sale will be held y4 land to be present at the wedding of EprfI1BS - FBL f 5 5 T
mile south of Ellsworth Tuesday Aug their son Carl and Miss Marcelene L uHjana haTns DUrchased a
home Elm
on street
i f SL 2SSL BU8h to052S Warner9 aTdV
were in iuuiSiuu i xi i fflmv mn Witn rMar
Many irom wanneia uerunanu jacK i Mr and Mrs Isaiah Dustman and C c i
in attended the shower given Mr rlanplifpr Hnpl nnd Mr nnd Mrs XI uoul Sept i
son
and Mrs Ralph Felsley one evening w Lang and daughter Erma attended The Freer family reunion was held
last week the Patmos school reunion last i C pk last Sunday and
attended about members the
Rev and Mrs Klotz formerly of day
by 35 of
cplinn w Violrt InsJ RnturrlnV nt ho flits nlnpo rnllod horo a tow minutes ic Tiniinr A n nlllotnn uv mmily anu IrlCnuS
Patmos school house more than 300 Friday morninc on their wav to niVor mnriiinn laurririnv in Mow E- Barger and family and J B
Glenn and family spent Sunday with
being In attendance A sumptuous land Albany His auto was but slightly
dinner was served at noon and all en- Lynn Sherwood of Cortland spent a dnmaend but thc other fellow ear tniron
Flora Kegg Patmos secretary treaS
urer Charles Venable Patmos
Mr and Mrs L E Owne and the
latters sister of Pittsburgh and Tom greatly appreciated
McGlnnls and family of Youngstown
The Lehman reunion will be held
Invnrl ho nnrnslnn mnut fpw fin vs horn la nt wpplr n 111 irnnlrr1 I
The old officers were re elected as Word has been received from jir and Mrs Ray Emerson and JGXt Saturday on the A P Lehman
lows President P D Stratton Sha tina Durgoln who is In a hospital at ciail Calvin with their families at- soot Columbiana
ron president vice president Mrs Saranac Lake N Y that she is feel- tended the Baptist Sun lav school Mlss Mrlam Olcnn Is spending n
ing much better but still confined to nic at Yellow Creek park Saturday l K vus M e
her bed Her address is 193 Broad 1 Hay calvln and family were Sunday ne E- K1 a5d fa f eft today
way Any letters written her will be guctts of Mr and Mrs Homer Culp or m whcre m Is alleild
uimuus ji ij
0f Columbiana tVto
t nriin ftnh mnmiinrs wnw ninnsnnt m 1 n nr ni oi u Evangelical Association There will
spent Friday evening with R C and ly entertained Saturday afternoon at and jjrs JesseClay and families and e no Preaching service here until
CHOwen I the home of Mrs Fannie Bowman others spent Sunday nt Nelson Ledge3 beJJ1r
- - iv iiiiiin i iinnnn nnn iittii it nr
L D Watters and wife called at Mr and Mrs Sehon Ripley and e G Calvin who has been bedfast V
TTVwt Wftlnp nrto Rnfllrilvn nlt Vll 1lltdrnn worn In Pnnflpld Onp PVPninC 11 lVnn nonVo nrunln LOlUmDU
Mr and Mrs L D Watters and son recently noisoninir is improving slowly
Frank Fred Welngart and family I Mrs Mary Barlnger attended a re- jirs Ralph White and two sons
Stewart Arnold and wife Mrs Dell union last week in Warren sionarles in South America arc spend
Cronick Mr Henlnger and family and Miss Marion Brown was home from jng a week with D W Roller and fam
several otners enjoyea an outing last Youngstown one aay last ween ijy
s are visiting here for two
weeks In the home of the formers
parents Mr and Mrs Henry Becde
Mr and Mrs C F Congdon expect
to move to Ashtabula very soon They
have sold their home here to a man
from Austintown
Mr and Mrs R J Tleman of
V P Bllmm of Canfleld did mason Youngstown were guests Sunday ln
ollont itlnnnr nn flirt cnnlnl fnntiirna ami Mrs Plvilo TvPRlnr fllO - MnnJo fr Tlr T TT TnlmViorVl lie JlOmO OI JteV J H Urat
Mrs Fred Welngart and children and ice cream social in Canfleld Saturday Mr and Mrs Wm Vogley and son A fw1 Pty was tendered GM
Mrs Clyde Owen were in Salem Mon- evening Wilbur Mrs John Goodwin son V by e oy scuts Tuesday
day Union services were held in the ence and daughter Dorothy and Mrs evening The Dewitt family leave this
Mr and Mrs C T Mlddleton and Presbyterian cnurcn sunaay morning jonn Laughlin of Canton visited on V c
Mrs Sarah Bruce Is visiting
son Paul ot Atwater attended tne Pat
mos school reunion Saturday
John Leyman and wife called on
Glen Leyman Sunday
rvonv nnrirnvno is Viimn frnm putR ci it iw nr m t Titcii
XfLin UUthVJMV u w av a aww IllllltlV Ul L LUC 11111113 1 A A Jt AJUOM
for two weeks vacation UB na mends in Sagertown Pa
burgh a Goshen school will present a play
ge nan tnis evening 1 v i vi
nine on the farm of F C Allen given f nnd Mrs Hlobert and Mr and Pomona meetlng at Goshen grange
a t cvininrro xfiii wan iha Proohviorian Simiiiiv Echnnt n tii iinjnii ni itmifrh hall Saturday North Lima granco
here Saturday I Esther Gosser was home over Sun- ersof Canton Mr nnd Mrs Edward wn have a fine display at the Canfleld
Elroy little son of R C Owen has day Addis and sons Edward and Elmo lhS i111
been quite sick Mr and Mrs Wm Klnzle and AI- Mr6 May and Mrs Walter n account of the fair grango
Misses Thelma Owen and Grace fred Schafer were in Canfleld le 0f Cleveland Mr and Mrs George w111 mei onf week earer than tho
Wilson called at Fred Welngarts the day evening Hively and two sons of Marquis and rcSIaraVeAhis n
other day Mr and Mrs John Hoehn and Miss Mr and Mrs Royal Clay son and n1ThoJCul P11111011 hold last
James Campbell wife and daughter Elizabeth Schafer and friend of War daughter of Salem were entertained Thursday in the Stafford grove was
Wanda Mrs Anna Bittman and sons ren spent Sunday here by Mr and Mrs Walter Hively Sun- the occasion ot a large and happy
spent Sunday with Mrs Laura Camp- Mr and Mrs Sehon Ripley spent day gathering of relatives and friends
bell Saturday evening in Berlin wlthi Mr and Mrs O H Paulln and Reformed Sunday school picnic
Mrs Mary Rose of Rock Creek is friends daughter Mazle Mrs C C Bowman will be held Saturday Sept 3 in
spendlng a few days at H H Cooks Miss Esther Cox of Canfleld spent and Luther Brobst of Canfleld Mr fom s Grove
Mrs Eliza spauiaing ana aaugmer sunaay DCio wuu menus ana airs jonn uentnner oi ieeionia
Ina of of Canfleld and Mr and Mrs Harry Schafer and Lee Rltchey were jirs Lucy Bush daughter and son and
Ernest VIckers of Berlin spent a day home over Sunday from Steubenvllle yr- and Mrs Wm Pregenzer of this
last week at O O Cooks Mrs Fannie Bowman was In Salem pace were callers at R B Bushs on
Miss Grace Wilson nas returnea aaiuraay evenine Sunday
linmn fo Shllllncs Mill after snending I Mr and Mrs Ralph Felsley were oPn HI velv and family and Edward spent
BOARDMAN
Aug 24 Dr Mountz and family
the week end visiting relatives
ui - Ipi ninn iimI1 tIi i aujeiij
a weeK Wltn iiwucy anu ijifima uhcii ouuuay bucia ui tin MuuvuwiH aqqu anQ iamiiy wuiie iciumiub M riarkpr who was operated on
MV
Hudson of Akron called on R and family home from this place Sunday evening
f annendicitis more than a week ago
wet
ior more Hiuu a uiu
last Sunday Wllmer Kean returned home Sunday crowded Into o ditch hi- another jaPepVeri
Cowen were a
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pntprtnlnfd Mrs McGlnnls of Mrs James Kean in Newton Falls
town and Mrs Molly of Pittsburgh Alfred Schafer and son Wilbur were
sisters of Mrs Owen
BERLIN CENTER
Aug 24 Tilden Harmon and family
were ln Alliance Friday
John Fllckinger of Salem spent the
week end at Arthur Scbislers
Charles Wuthrlck and family were
in Salem and Alliance Saturday
Mr and Mrs James Hurley and Mr
and Mrs Elmer LIghtner of Cleveland
Mr and Mrs Robert Wiseman Mrs
Hargate Mrs Curtis and children Don
ald and Mary of Youngstown spent
Sunday with Mrs Chester Harmon
Homer Cllne Tilden Harmon and
Charles Kuntze were In Nlles one day
lag W6lC
Elden Yates of Salem spent last
week here the guest of Clarence and
Richard Schlsler
Mr and Mrs G W Hennlnger Mr
and Mrs Stewart Arnold Mr and Mrs
Lewis Watters Mr and Mrs John
ous damage resulted
Howard Jiyle Kerniet Carlson isi
mer and Alvln Bare visited Ray Kyle
in Louisville Sunday
Mrs Chas Gee wno is nursing Mrs
Aug 24 Rev Sheppard will preach O Detchon spent the week end at her
1a w fmAtiAlt carmnn fnr tllld ttnmn In Palln frft riptphnn Is
AVB fLpnno1 a conference year Sunday evening Aug proving slowly
week visiting relatives in Ravenna ijmeei Mrs Samuel Auble Is spending a
Saul Helser and Howard Kllngeman Ab t h b dWelltng week visiting relatives at Hadley Pa
were Youngstown visitors Tuesday I Jn AustIntown Norman Agnew Myron Davis Paul
Mr3nFarrlA K beTJ eviEn I Painter are at work on the Interior Garver Paul Rukenrod Geo Bohn and
n MwMii0fW ot Mr Mccrackens brick dwelling Leo Bare were in North Jackson Sun-
Kale and other ret
v sited with Harry
Lipkeys Corners Jackson town- day
atiyes ast week X Mrs Alien of Youngstown has
Bn
Austin Flick and Mrs Lucy h D 0 m d for a new house on the Long
1 am were quietly married Wednesday I and i1 Mr rt Mrs John H Hoff plat
Aug 17 Congratulations are extend- gee
6 Misses Mildred and Helen Forney f otirel toRocbesfet A Chambers was in Youngstown
of Ravenna are spending some time iveUuo tt hpv wui ha the Monday
nxapruimrstffi
of I Electric lights have been installed H V Holl is building an addiUon
in theninited Evangelical church at a to F F Slmones house
vnnnstn visited Sunday with nome
Youngstown faunaay
Qf Thfl trUBtees and 0rln Jonn jg and famliy oI Youngs
Flick secretary of the board of town called at H C Heintzelmans
Mrs Harry Kale spent last Friday
M Tillrnn Tfnln trustees anu luu uieuiueia m bcucim muiouoj cicumt
Bardo Miss Merle Bardo and Albert wn H 1 tpv Q n thank the outside public for their aid F E Catherman and son Paul wera
Miller enjoyed a picnic dinner near T 18 Z jn Porter and sis- in securing this modern convenience in Cleveland Saturday
Warren Sunday f18 -Parley Swank and electlon recently held by tlie Mary Jack of ChcaE Is sPendlnE
Olark Rakestraw returned home to ter Sunday school and the Keystone Lea- her vacation with her parents here
wwren Mr and Mrs
wr ana
vminrrRinwn Sunday after snendngaanter or warren -11 p tniMvnr ilm followinc Trover Bros unloaded a car ot
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two weeks wltn relatives nere Lrs Lev iainceman and Elmer and officers were elected for the former cement a car or Dran ana iwu cars i
Marion Diehl who has been very ill
for the past two weeks w th typhoid Xn bS Friday after- Miss Ruby Bishop assistant Clara Selgle of New Castle is visit-
auer
ed at fcimer Kllngeman s naay
u nitriiMv imnrnved M Iss Hare a TiRhnn Eeere inp at Frank Araews
trained nurse from Youngstown T nnrAm tarv Miss Xillian Wagoner assistant Freda Augusta Emmet and Minnie
taking care of him L nn ifn Sh GiSam May secretary Mrs Abram Brandyberry Bohn spent Sunday ln Canton visiting
CalleQ On MrS iiUtner Uranam rnuuy
-1 ira fincpl pntorlolnovl nf toI rvifnipl nnrntl fholr mint
an elaborate dinner Monday evening afternoon nussell 1st Miss Helen Bishop assistant or- Mary Jane Davidson of Cleveland
Mn usse
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Ell Rakestraw and family and Mr and I jeo Curtj6 p Ubrarlan For visited at Frank Agnews
at W fanooKB aiur
Mrs I J Smith The affair was in we the latter Willis Wengert president Esther and John Heintzelman enter-
honor of the birthday anniversary L Tod FlicK vice preBiaent w ss nuuy
the week at W
Visitors OUOBB Uio wem ai v - WIHIh Wpn
- i j i r nVocrtir iIPV frB
uuu6w uu mi iav n i RnnnirH wnre Porter Snook and family v iJU
Arthur Schlsler and family spent
Sunday with relatives in aaiem
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Several from here attended the WS V inn gert Miss Evelyn Prlfogel
Cllne family reunion Saturday at Alllv f NoAh imtan and Mrs organist Miss Ruby Bishop assistant
ance
Paul 1 Lukoff 1 organist
andMrsWllUamWoodfleld of
I Mr ana Mrs Snook recently visited Mr
ith latterB mother Mrs Helen Orr i xoungBtown Bjieui ouuubji mo uumo
rr snd Mrs Perrv Smith snent tnSlauei J0 5- of Mr and Mrs Ross ORourke
Sunday with Mr and Mrs Elgin Deon Tendedl lie 6m JfI
-visited in Weathersfleld
Newell Weasel relatives
demonstraUon held at Floyd
Charles Fllckinger and family were aud young8town
visitors at Ed Barrlngers in Ellsworth BtV L Snook and Paul Lukoff each Florence Davis has returned home
Sunday lwsJZaUyerliti m a Tlslt at Dears
Xfr nnrl Mrs TtVank Mock who live Den
in southern Ohio returned home after l Sll0Q and family motored to Mr and Mrs Paul Woodlanka and
of Youngstown sprat Sun-
tained Mr and Mrs Rov Morlan and
Mr and Mrs Hugh Crossman ot
Youngstown Tuesday evening i
Spades Saxaphone orchestra gave
the music for the Odd Fellows social
at Struthers Friday evening
The Boardman band gave an enter
tainment at South Side park Youngs
town Thursday evening
Several from here were at a corn
roast given by Julius Larson South
avenue extension Saturday night
The Spades are getting in good trim
for the federation track meet to fce
held at South high Saturday afternoon
a visit with relaUves here North Benton and spent Sunday eve- daughters A number or people Have been tat
Solomon Eadler of Springfield visit- Snrwith tonon Hartzell and family day w1 the latters parents Mr and lng rides in the airplane here the yast
w
ed relaUves here last week B Mrs August Haefka week
Mr and Mrs Miles Smith and The old sldeburn and mutton chop Miss Maude Boyle of Bears Den was Miss Mayo -was in Youngstown Mon-
dren Elva and Eugene of Nlles spent whiskers were terrible enough but wo a Sunday caller at the home of Mr day
a part of their vacation here return- believe the eyebrow moustache takes pnd Mrs Frank Davis J A number from here enjoyed a cora
ing home Sunday first place as the silliest form of Herbert DeHoff sold his house and roast at Ed Slagles Thursday nlffet
Charles Wuthrick and Frank Greene sute adornment the men ever have at- lot to Orln Flick Mr DeHoff will Mrs Homer Hall and Mrs H C
left Tuesday morning for Noble tempted move to Ell Crums farm at Smiths Hetatwlman visited Mrs Petr 3filc
ly where they are to be employed as I Corners in the Youngstown hospital Tiwsiay
salesmen Jb printing ordersy carefully Tlnd John DeHoff will move into Grant
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