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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, September 30, 1921, Image 1

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Mr and Mrs L A Callahan of Sal
em called on friends here Sunday
Mrs Harvey Baker and daughter
Myrtle and Mrs Clarence Baker were
Salem visitors Saturday evening
Monroe Grim Is having improve
ments made on his home
W D King and family of Salem
Mr and Mrs Emanuel Blake of
Youngstown Mr and Mrs Joe Roller
and daughter of Canton were Sunday
guests of Mr and Mrs W E Roller
ILeave your fall dry cleaning at
Welkart Sons store to be sent to
Wnrks Tuesdays and Fridays
Peter Queen was a Salem visitor on
R B Maxwell was a caller in town
Miller Molle and Miss Clare Camp
bell were Sunday visitors with rela
tives in the country west of town
Mrs Walter Kornes and daughter of
Jvcetonla were guests In the home of
Mr and Mrs Ivan Davis on Tuesday
Mrs Samantha Simpson spent sev
eral days last week with friends here
Mm Elmer Intermlll entertained an
auto party of relatives from Cleveland
over Sunday
Charles Senior sustained injuries
f while at work last week He is able
1 to he about on crutches
The home of J H Senior has been
Miss Blrdella Stouffcr returned homo
last week after a pleasant visit at ihe
home of Alfred Avery in Youngstown
A delightful evening was spent at
llhe home of Mrs Hazel Stouffer when
l6he entertained the- Womans Home
Circle last Wednesday A social good
limn was enjoyed A delicious tray
luncheon was served Mrs Charles
faylor will entertain next Wednesday
A L Taylor spent Sunday with
friends in Ashland O
Willara Christen is running a lunch
stand at the East Palestine fair
Mr and Mrs W E Roller and Mr
Itnd Mrs J C Welkart of this place
and Mr and Mrs J L Roller of
Iroungstown were entertained at a 6
bclock dinner Monday evening In the
iome of Mr and Mrs W C Welkart
rLcetonla The dinner was in honor of
Irs J L Rollers birthday anniver
sary The evening was socially spent
Miss Rhoda Bosscrt was an Alliance
visitor Monday
Joe WainwTlght and family of Cleve
land and Mr and Mrs Frank Bowker
lot Alliance spent Sunday at the home
sf their father Wm Bowker
Mr and Mrs C H Weklart and
laughters Mrs O Bossert Miss Car-
tio woods were Sunday visitors at the
iome of Air and Mrs Fred
aaker in East Palestine
Aaron Broadbcnt of Lisbon spent
soveral days tho past week hero with
Mrs Frank Dean and daughter Mrs
311a Martin of Leetonla were guests
in Friday of Misses Anna and Birdie
Mr and Mrs Harry welkart and
laughter Betty of Damascus wero
Sunday guests in the home of his par
ents Mr and Mrs Wm Welkart
Oliver Stltle and family Mr and
Irs Wm Money Mr and Mrs Henri
Money of Youngstown visited at the
tome of Frank and iiiss Amanda mi-
er Sunday
Wm Bowker and daughter Loretta
aoved into the property on Main
Irtreet recently vacated by Charles De
li ane
Mrs Effie Gilbert was tho guest of
Irs Calvin in Columbiana last Wed
Mrs Emmet Carlisle spent tne
tsnd at the home of her parents in East
Mrs Clyde Firth and Mrs Ed How-
fall and children of Alliance were here
at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm
Tetlow over Sunday
Howard Davis is employed at the
lErle station in Lisbon for a few weeks
Miss Florence Culler of Pittsburgh
is here 01 the homo of her mother
Mrs Anna Culler for a weeks visit
Clifford Smith spent Sunday at the
borne of Mr and Mrs Leon Vignon
Mrs Wm Welkart and sons Russell
and George and daughter Florence
Mrs Elizabeth Burton Miss Mary Ber
4olette motored to Akron Friday and
spent the day at the home of Mr and
Airs js oust
Wm Young and Miss Evaline Brain
Jepent the week end with relatives in
Mineral JUdge
Mr and Mrs James Snyder or
I Greenford have moved into the G W
Allen property on Main street
Miss Amanda Ellger is able to De
I out after her reoent illness
Mrs J C Weikart spent last Thurs
day at the home of Harry Chappell in
Mr and Mrs G W Chappell of Sal
tern were callers here Sunday
Conf 9R Mr nnd Mrs VI Tf fireen
mtiH tnnphr Brilv TAnfi nnrl lArb
Wilson motored to Akron Tuesday to
Visit Mrs James u Aimer ana imum
daughter Evelyn Mae who was born
nnt o Mrs Arh Wilson returned
1 fcome with them after several weeks
Ward Burkey and family called on
Wm Jolly and family Sunday after-
F H smveiy oi uieveiana spent
Saturday and Sunday with Francis
Fields and family
Mr and Mrs Fred Crutchley and
Mrs Paul Crutchley of Deerfleld were
guestB of Mr and Mrs George Hillls
last Tuesday
Albert Fish of Akron visited Wm
Jolly and family Saturday
Robert Hillls was home from Can
ton over Sunday
Mr and Mrs Will Heathington and
daughter Ethel and Mrs C F Blair
of Youngstown were Saturday callers
of Wm Jolly and family
Mrs Morgan visited Francis Fields
aad family Thursday afternoon f
Hoy HiUis and family and Mr and
Mrs Eckenrode and daughter Fern
were Sunday guests of Mr Ecken
rodes sister Mrs Wm Bailey of
-Mr and Mrs Jack Benjamin of
YovBgetown were Sunday visitors of
John Davis and family
A baby is about the only thing on
everybody ajprew
fcW1 fW11
When the columns of The Mahoning
Dispatch are used This statement
has been verified by thousands of
pleased patrons in past years For
the small advertiser the classified
column offers opportunities that none
can afford to overlook
Sept 27 Local people are now as
sured of electric service in the near
future Enough subscribers have
been secured by the Pennsylvania
Ohio Electric in this place ond New
Springfield to warrant the company
going ahead Prospective patrons are
having their houses wired and fixtures
The township school fair held Fri
day evening in the Boyer school build
ing was attended by many from this
place There was a large crowd and
an unusually fine display contributed
by each of the one room schools of the
township The address of the even
ing was given by Judge W S Ander
son of Youngstown
The Knights of Pythias Lodge
entertained their families and friends
In a social meeting last week Friday
evening in the spacious Lodge
rooms Ice cream and cake were
served A fine address was given by
ex Mayor Fred Hnrtensteln of
Misses Daisy Wolfgang Mary LIs
ton and Myron Horst graduates of
North Lima high school are attending
the county normal In Canfield
Miss Osborn county agent of Do
mestic science work will speak in the
North Lima Bcformed church Thurs
day afternoon She will talk on
dress making and will give a demon
stration of the dress form
Mr and Mrs Henry Getz of Wash
inglonville were Friday guests of Sol
omon Crouse and wife
Mrs Mabel Longstreet is in Wads
worth attending the sessions of Ohio
Synod Womans Missionary Society ot
the Reformed church Mrs Long
street represents the local Reformed
Rev J H Graf and family last
week entertained Mr and Mrs R J
Tiemann ot Youngstown Rev G L
Rankin of Pittsburgh and Mr and
Mrs Jesse Kempton and daughter
Doris of Canton
Mr and Mrs Paul McCreary a
bridal couple of recent date were
honored with a surprise shower in
their home at Snyder Stop Saturday
evening Friends from this locality
and fellow associates of the groom
from the Youngstown Sheet Tube
Co composed the guest list Many
beautiful gifts were received
Tho Sunday school class of Wilford
Sheely gave him a pleasant birthday
surprise party at his homo south of
here Tuesday evening About forty
wero present and enjoyed a social
evening with a corn roast
On account of the contnlued illness
of Henry Glenn for many years a
blacksmith of this village the shop
Is offered for sale The tools and
equipment wero purchased by Will
Geiger of New Springfield Mr Glenn
has been ill over a year and does
not seem to improve
Mount Olivet Reformed congrega
tion will have its quarterly commun
ion service Sunday Oct 2 Prepar
atory services Staurday at 745 p m
Jacob Elser and family will move
this week to Columbiana where they
purchased a home
The North Lima schools will have
their annual fair Thursday evening
Oct G No effort is being spared by
pupils and teachers to make this tho
great event of the year
Mr E E OConnor visited last
week with Cleveland friends
Sept 28 Mr and Mrs J C Urn
stead of Youngstown called here Sun
I Friends hero of Maud and Roy Kirk
will be glad to know that they expect
to come home this week from tho Sa
lem hospital
Mrs Forest Hammond who is on
the sick list is not improving
Milton Florence and Mr Lewis were
in Warren Friday evening
Miss Dolly Brown has returned home
to Kent after spending a week here
i with friends
Mrs J F Schafcr and daughter
Pauline were in Youngstown one day
last week
I Rev G W Brown delivered his
farewell sermon Sunday morning in
the Presbyterian church He goes to
Mr and Mrs Robert Koan enter
tained friends Sunday
Mr and Mrs Bert Kirk of Girard
called here Saturday on their par
ents Mr and Mrs M G Kirk
Mr and Mrs Lynn Florence of
Warren spent the week end herewith
their son Milton and family
Esther Gosser spent Sunday at her
home here
Mr and Mrs John Stiffler of Berlin
formerly of this place will leave soon
for their new home near Randolph
Mr and Mrs John Hoehn and Mr
and Mrs Fred Max and son Gordon
of Warren spent Sunday at their home
Mr and Mrs Milton Florence and
daughter Marjorle spent Sunday aft
ernoon In Warren
Mr and Mrs J C Bunts have re
turned home after spending a few
days with relatives in Cleveland
There will be preaching in -the Pres
byterian church next Sunday morning
Many relatives and friends attended
the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs
John Schafer Sr on Monday A big
dinner was served at noon and the
social hours following were greatly
enjoyed Mr and Mrs Schafer receiv
ed many beautiful and appropriate
gifts showing the high esteem in
which they are held It is the wish
of all that they may be spared to
celebrate many more wedding anni
Sept 28 Mr and Mrs F H Wil
liams attended a meeting ot Mahoning
Fresbytery in Warren Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Ralph Faulln Mr and
Mrs Harvey Goodman and Clyde
Brown spent Friday at the Canton fair
A large crowd attended the home
coming services in Concord church
last Sunday
Mr McBride ot Youngstown and
Henry Paulin of North Lima were
here Tuesday
Bert Stouffer of Youngstown called
at Charles Dailys Saturday evening
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Sept 28 -Mr and Mrs Loren Keel
er and little son of Goshen visited at
A S Fcllnogles Sunday afternoon
Miss Helen Brown is attending Alli
ance school
Miss Elizabeth Tubbs returned home
from a visit in Youngstown and New
Mr and Mrs L E Hawkins have
Issued invitations for the marriage of
their daughter Carol to Samuel Dwlght
Arms of Syracuse N Y Tho mar
riage will take place in the M E
Church of this place Saturday Oct 8
George Griffith and daughter Laura
I of Alliance spent the week end with
uia ujen raxton
G B Shrader and family spent Sun
day with Alliance relatives
Arthur Schlsler and Howard Jones
were in Salem Tuesday evening
Friends here of Mrs Honor Carson
Thorpe are sorry to hear of her very
critical condition In the Alliance city
Mrs John Stockley of Alliance is
spending the week with her daughter
Mrs EH Rakestraw
Mr and Mrs I J Smith attended
the funeral of Mrs Smiths cousin
Mr Moser held in Warren last Fri
Rev Caven of the M E Church is
attending conference at Masslllon
Mrs L E Hawkins went xo Alli
ance Tuesday
Cecil little son of Mr and Mrs Wm
Berry is on the sick list
From Another Correspondent
Sept 28 Marion Dlehl is now able
to walk up town after being confined
J to the house for several weeks with
typhoid fever
Dr and Mrs Rico of Clmrtlnnd snout
I a few days last week at the home of
Dr Gudgel
A number from here attended
church services at Concord Sunday
and heard Rev G W Brown preach
his farewell sermon
Rev Caven went to Masslllon Tues
day morning to attend the Methodist
A number of ladles from Alliance
attended the meeting of Pythian Sis
ters Friday night The ladles served
light refreshments
Mrs Lena Cronlck and son Kenneth
of Salem spent Sunday with her par
Alberta Russell Is visiting her broth
er and family in East Palestine
Mrs Honor Carson Thorpe daugh
ter of the late Dr Carson is critically
ill in the Alliance City hospital with
llttlo hope of recovery The little
daughter born Sept 20 was buried in
Alliance Wednesday
Mrs Bert Durr entertained a num
ber of friends from Youngstown
Mrs H J Woolf is recovering nice
ly from her recent illness
Frank Shively of Cleveland was a
week end guest of Mr and Mrs Hen
ry Shively
Sept 28 L E Smith and family
have moved Into their new house at
Geiger stop
Mr and Mrs C M L Altdoerffer
visited his brother in Leetonla Satur
Walter Kerr was in Youngstown on
Boardman had another fire last
week Mr Nelsons brick house on
the Poland road burned Loss 30000
with insurance of J20000 The flro
started from an oil stove in the base
Homer Holl and family havo moved
Into their new house
T I Duke who has been in the hos
pital for more than a week is improv
ing nicely He is expected home in a
few days
The Kovao and Sterman families
were in Youngstown Monday
Howard Smith Cecil and Arthur
Sweeney were in Pittsburgh Sunday
Dr A B Detchon and family of
Canfield called on his mother Sunday
Mrs Charles Geo spent Sunday at
her home in Calla
Eddie Rode sprained his foot while
playing football last week and was
laid up for several days
Mr Drontleff is repairing his back
There will be no preaching in the
M E Church next Sunday Rev Shena
felt being away to conference Sun
day school at 10 oclock
Mrs Fred Bonn was in Columbiana
Saturday afternoon
Rev and Mrs Olln B Jones of
Youngstown spent Tuesday at Charles
Clare Catherman was home from
Vernon over Sunday
Sept 28 Mrs F R Ewing called
on Mrs Perry Kimmel Monday after
Mr and Mrs J H Reed son How
ard and daughter Marion visited at
the home of M W Duer in Salem
Mr and Mrs Adam Brobst went to
RosemonC Sunday to visit their son
Clyde and family and in the after
noon called on Mr and Mrs Dalas
Bowman near Hickory
Mrs Jean Goldner is keeping house
for Alfred Kennedy
MrB R K Brick and son Blllle re
turned home Monday after spending
a week with relatives in Pennsylvania
Mr and Mrs Fleming and daughter
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J R
Miss Nora Kennedy is staying with
Mr Wbodworth and attending school
in Austintown
Mr and Mrs J H Reed attended
the golden wedding anniversary of Mr
and Mrs John Shaffer in Ellsworth
Monday afternoon
Marine Brobst is helping Mrs
Rhodes for a week or two
Clyde Brobst and family spent
Thursday and Friday with his parents
Mr and Mrs Adam Brobst
I S Pershing and family spent Tues
day evening at A C Carsons
Charlie Shistler of Mineral Ridge
ate dinner Monday with Adam Brobst
Turner Street school fair will be
held Tuesday evening Oct 11 Every
body cordially invited to attend
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Sept 28 Mr and Mrs Lewis Kopp
and sons spent last week with rela
tives in Tuscarawas county
Erma Lang is taking a teachers
course In the normal at Canfield
the illness is not yet known hut all
are improving
ago last Saturday as they were show
ing signs of rabies
Miss Edith Roller is assisting In
the home of Mr and Mrs John Alli
Last Sunday a lonesome puppy dog
decided he would go to church He
dress wh eh was highly appreciated
Tho New Springfield band furnished
fine music Everybody had a good
time and all look forward to the town
ship fair next year
Mr and Mrs M Zlegler of Leetonla
spent Sunday with Mrs Sarah Kurtz
and sons Earl and Elmer
A large crowd attended H A Metz
lers cattle salo Monday
H H Lcsher was a Columbiana call
er Saturday
Mr and Mrs P H Schaeffer and
daughter Helen Henry Schaeffer and
family Oliver Swope and Miss Mild
red Geiger spent Sunday with Paul
Zlegler and family in Leetonla
Mr and Mrs Beedham were in
Youngstown Friday
Miss Ruby Blosser spent Sunday
with Miss Elizabeth Burkholder
Clark Calvin of Greenford called on
II H Lesher Saturday
John Cook was home Sunday from
Mrs Paul Buchwalter spent Friday
with her parents Mr and Mrs R P
Mrs Henry Nold is very ill with
heart trouble
H A Metzler and Mrs Abe Metzler
spent Sunday night with Noah Metz
ler and family
Wm Hudson and two grandsons
Mr White of Girard Earl Ruble Hom
er Stackhouse and family of Winona
spent Sunday here with E E Forney
and family
Mr and Mrs Stelvin Coy are the
proud parents fo a baby girl born
Sept 20
Mr and Mrs David Fitzpatrick
spent a few days with C B Fitzpat
rick and family
Aaron Culp called on Mr and Mrs
W R Johnston the other day
Ward Blosser and Elwood Forney
spent Sunday with Paul Blosser
Sept 28 John Anglemyer and wife
and Paul Baker and wife spent Sun
day at R G Mellingers in Pleasant
Mr and Mrs Frank Ohl of Austin
town called at Adolph Meekers last
Sunday afternoon
John Morris and wife spent Sunday
in Salem
Susan Sinning is confined to her bed
with kidney and heart trouble
Raymond Guterba and wife have
moved from Leetonla into the house
with John Elser
Mr and Mrs Conroy and Ada Fry
snent Sunday at Paul demons
Clyde Renkenberger of Youngstown
spent Sunday here with his parents
Mr and Mrs Jesse Renkenbedger
Mr and Mrs E G Motf and sons
Charles and Wilbur and Mr and Mrs
Joe Oliver and daughter Lois were
Sunday visitors ot W A Moff and fam
ily in Atwater
Talk is so cheap that you can now
buy a phonograph for 5
This Paper Stops at Expiration of Time Paid for If You Want It Continued Please Renew Promptly
Sept 28 Mr and Mrs Arthur Did
dam of Youngstown and Mrs Wm I
Herron spent Wednesday in the home
of Charlie Cochel I
Several from here attended the
The junior and senior classes of the -school fair at Boyer Friday nlEht
Lutheran Sunday school enjoyed a EH Paulln is havlnc his house re-
i welner roast at the home ot Edith ond modeled and painted
Myron Roller last Saturday night John Dunlap expects to soon move
W W Bush of Pittsburgh is spend- to Warren where he is engaged in
ing a week with his parents Mr and the candy business
Mrs A W Bush Thelma Bogner and Helen Herron
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confined to the house The nature of
Mr and Mrs Richard Warmer and
daughter Ada Harry Mercer and son
Thn Mnhnnnlrr rniintv Sundav srtinnl Ohnrlps nntl Mrs Willie Mnma nm1
convention will be held In Youngstown daughter Margaret visited Sunday at
next Wednesday and Thursday
While passing through Greenford
last Thursday a band of gypsies in six
trucks Rtnnnrrt tn Ihe center nf town
land attended to their dally ablutions
Al Fairs in Leetonla
Mrs Sarah Gee was home from
Boardman over Sunday Her and
daughter Mabel spent Sunday with
Fred Gee and family
and one washed her hair all in the I Harvey Knauf and family spent
watering trough others sat on the Sunday with Charley Cochel and
ground and ate their dinner ily
Mr and Mrs Isaiah Dustman and Wm Herron is on the sick list
Mr and Mrs Harvey Dustman of Albert Slgle of Youngstown spent
Goshen spent last Thursday at the the week end at his home here
Canton fair Howard Tate of Rochester came
Dallas Charlton killed four hogs Friday to visit his friend Marie
that were bitten by a mad dog 21 days ler who spent two weeks in the home
ot Mrs Hollabaugh Both returned to
Rochester Sunday
Mr and Mrs Mont Schaffer and
daughter Naomi spent the week end
at A M Slgles and John Schaeffers
Mr and Mrs R L Schnurrenberger
and Misses Hazel Knauf and Edythe
went and took a scat in a corner of Rogers attended the Canton fair
the nulnlt until a member of the con
gregatlon persauded him that was not
his place and carried him out Poor
Mr and Mrs James Rhodes spent
last week with Mrs Viola Rhodes at
Peach Hill
Ray Calvin and family were guests
of his parents Mr and Mrs P D Cal
vin of Locust Grove last Sunday
Miss Lottie Zimmerman spent a part
of last week and Sunday with rela
tives in Canton
A big dog attended church at Locust
Mr and Mrs James Grlndle and
Mrs Moses Grindle and son Curtis ot
Washlngtonvllle and Mrs Margaret
Hlleman of Leetonla spent Sunday aft
ernoon at Wm Herrons
Mr and Mrs David Wolf and 6on
Wade were In East Palestine Saturday
Mr and Mrs Frank Rogers and
daughter Edythe and Mrs Wm Her
ron were in Youngstown Thursday
Fourteen members of the Missiona
ry Society of the Calla church held an
Grove Sunday and would not stay out J Interesting meeting at the homo of
finally sitting on the scat beside his
Mr and Mrs Alfonso Farman who
have been living at Lloyd Welkarts
will soon move their household goods
to Cambridge O where they went a
few weeks since to visit their parents
Mr and Mrs Al Hoefer of Nlles
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wm
School fair and pie social at Meadow
Brook school one half mile west of
lrtalflw mnniA Tinll fPlillreflo if IctM
Arthur Herron and family of Salem
and Wm Bush of Canfield were Sun
day callers at R B Bushs
Sept 28 A large number of people
attended the fir Beaver township
school fair held at the Boyer school
house last Frlda evening The school
exhibits were fine the six schools be
ing highly intercried in tho work
They all had a very nice display which
came from Boyer Beard Germantown
Eureka Pine HIH and Webster Hall
Boyer won first prize Beard second
and Eureka third A number of in
dividual prizes were offered and all
exhibits wero of the best There was
a large exhibit of fancywork poultry
rabbits etc Judco W S Anderson
of Youngstown gave nn interesting ad-
Mrs M B Templln in Canfield Satur
day afternoon During the social hour
the hostess served a delicious lunch
The next meeting will be held at the
homo ot Mrs Wm Herron Oct 8
Mr and Mrs Clyde Slgle Howard
Tate and Marie Kohler spent last Sat
urday evening in Youngstown
Miss Ola Strong of Berlin Center
called at Frank Rogers and William
Herrons last Sunday afternoon
Sept 28 John Welkart and family
of Locust Grove were Sunday visitors
in the homo ot Mr and Mrs G D
Fred Bruderly and family and Mrs
Martha WIsler spent Sunday evening
in Salem
Mr and Mrs Stelvin Coy aro the
proud parents of a baby girl born Sept
20 Tho new arrival has been named
Ruth Annabel
Mr and Mrs Samuel Huntzberger
and sons Raymond and Samuel of Orr
vllle were over Sunday guests of rela
tives here
Mr and Mrs D n Lehman and
daughter Mollie Pearl Calvin and Carl
Lehman spent Sunday with Henry
Dewtller and family
Quite a number of our young people
attended singing held at the home of
Rev and Mrs D C Wltmer Saturday
Fred Bruderly and family were en
tertained Sunday in the home of tho
formers parents Mr and Mrs Fred
Bruderly near Sclem
Mr and Mrs Noah Krelder and Mr
and Mrs Homer Kreider and son Lloyd
of WTadsworth sptut Saturday night
and Sunday with relatives hero
Mrs Mary A Metzler is ill at the
home of Mr and Mrs Alvin Detrow
Mr and Mrs Robert Gray and
daughter Sarah of Lowellvllle spent
last Monday evening with Mr and
Mrs Trancy fulp
Miss Lillian Calvin ot Columbiana
spent the week mid with her aunt Mrs
Harvey Good
Communion services were held at
Midway Mennonlte church last Sunday
Oliver Calvin and James Porter of
Youngstown called on H H Calvin
and family Monday afternoon
Ira Schnurrenberger wishes to thank
all who so kindly assisted him in any
way when his barn burned a week
ago He is also very grateful to the
neighbors and friends for kindness and
generosity shown him since the fire
Sept 28 The Ladles Aid Society
of the United Evangelical church met
at the home of Rev and Mrs L T
Brandyberry In Youngstown A picnic
dinner was served and an enjoyable
time spent The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs Mary Shrum
in Austintown Wednesday Oct 6 All
members are requested to be present
Mr and Mrs Bert Pennell and
daughter Mr and Mrs Claran Pen
nell and children Mr and Mrs Roy
Davis and daughter Mr and Mrs EH
Ebert and Mr and Mrs James Mal
pas of Youngstown were recent visit
ors at the norae of Mr and Mrs Frank
Davis i
Mrs Klingeman and son Albert of
Cleveland and Mr and Mrs Perry Ohl
were Sunday visitors at the home of
an aunt In Southington
Mrs August Haefka is suffering
severe pain from rheumatism
Miss Evelyn Frlfogel spent Sunday
with her sister Hilda and Mr and Mrs
Charles Lee in Canfield township
Charles Campbell of Youngstown
and Delmar Barcus of Berlin Center
called on Ray Frlfogel Monday even
Mr and Mrs William Baines and
Mrs Mary Baines of Clarion county
Pa Mrs Will Caliman of Pittsburgh
and Miss Ruth Baines of Cleveland
were recent guests of Mr and Mrs
George Anderson
Mrs Mary Bowman Is suffering from
a sprained ankle caused by a fall
Mr and Mrs Leroy Davis Florence
W Davis and Russell Donahue motor
ed to Cleveland and other points ot
interest and -spent the week end
IPatronize Dispatch advertising
Rheumatism and Neuritis Yield to
Treatment In Which Purple
Rays Play BIq Part
The usefulness of sun baths for
health litis long been recognized Un
limited sunshine 1ms much to do with
the beneficial effect of a vacation nt
the seashore
Nowadays this mntter is better un
derstood than It used to be and It Is
known Hint the heat rays of the sun
have nothing to do with the physical
benefit obtained from such exposure
It Is the chemical rnys In the sun
beam particularly the ultra violet
rnys that do the pood work
Electric light Is rich In these rays
and many cures of rlieinnntlsin and
neuritis hnvc been accomplished by
exposing the nftVctcd part of the body
to n powerful incandescent lamp Its
rnys concentrated by a hemispherical
reflector For curative purposes phy
sicians hnvc turned to useful account
n sort of cabinet lined -with such
lamps Into which the patient lying
on a padded board could be slid
The newest method employs a
quartz lamp containing mercury va
por through which the electric cur
rent Is passed Quartz has the advan
tage of being extraordinarily trans
parent to ultrn vlolet rnys
Such a lnmp made In the shnpe of
a tube of small diameter can be In
troduced Into the nnsal passages for
the treatment of catarrh or Into the
throat for the cure of Infected tonsils
thus saving the patient an operation
Philadelphia Ledger
Men Dislike Them but Most Women
Insist on the Gold Symbolo
of Matrimony
When I marry I wont insist on my
husband wearing a wedding ring as
people might think lie was henpecked
said n pretty miss to a friend re
cently According to n Jeweler 80
out of 100 brides do Insist however
says the Milwaukee Journal
During the month of May most of
tho newly engaged drop In for their
rings Occasionally the young man
after selecting a ring for the girl
tells the clerk that he doesnt want
nny for himself
The girl will look nt him quickly
and sny Oh yes you do John dear
and he buys one In the majority of
cases a plain gold bond Is selected but
lntely a few carved and engraved rings
have been sold
This of course does not prove that
men wear the rings A certain young
man on lenvlng the house In the morn
ing places his ring n his vest pocket
When leaving the car on returning
homo it is again slipped on his finger
In this way both wife and hubby are
perfectly satisfied
Newspaper Advertising
Newspaper rending Is a ualversal
dally habit newspaper advertising
Touches each day virtually all who
Newspajwr advertising Is tho life
blood of locnl trade because It touches
all consumer sources In every com
Ncwspnper advertising cuts selling
costs because It entails no waste In
locullty of circulation
Newspaper advertising Insures quick
thorough and economical dealer dis
tribution and dealer good will
Newspaper advertising enables man
ufacturers to tell where their prod
ucts mny be bought
Newspaper advertising can be
started or stopped over night
Newspaper advertising enables manu
facturers to check advertising results
and costs In every market they enter
Newspaper advertising costs less
than any other kind From the
Fourth Estate
Every House Numbered In India
Numbering houses is an important
preliminary to census taking in India
Nearly 12 months In advance of the
census date all the villages In the em
pire are scheduled and every house
Is numbered In some provinces the
census authorities determine In ad
vance the size of the number and
specify the proportion of red ochre
and oil or other Ingredients forming
the substance with which the number
is to be painted
Racial prejudices have to be con
sidered In Hyderabad objection is
made to tnr because of the color while
in other districts the natives consider
red ochre unlucky and If it Is used
they erase the figures In the case
of huts made of leaves and also when
objection Is made on account of caste
restrictions to the numbering of houses
by enumerators the numbers are
painted on bits of tin tiles or pots
and are usually treated with great
respect by the natives
Burying the Hatchet
The origin of the synonym for for
getting old Quarrels Lets bury the
hatchet is traced to an ancient cus
tom of the North American Indians
After Indulging in the most rutkleea
warfare tribes would assemble at
what they believed to be the call of
peace This Jt was supposed was
uttered by the Great Spirit aad la
the course of a great council and
amidst singular ceremonies they
would smoke the calumet or pip of
peace and bury their tomahawks fin
der a mound erected in the ceetor et
the ouoklng circle
This was equal to an zgrewtmt
that all enmity was at an end aad
the spirit of jwace had sottt4 the
Is certain to receive prompt and
carefaS attention when placed with
The Dispatch Job printing department
ins charge of artistic workmen -who
spare no pains in making every pleco
of work handled meet the approval
of the most exacting purchaser
150 A YEAR Outside Ohio 200
English Author and Washington Irving
Dined With Webster In tho
National Capital
I hnve sir Just purchased in tho
mnrket a famous opossum so wroto
Webster to Irving and the Intters
guest Dickens in March 1842 and
I have sent It home to Monica my
cook who will stuff It with chestnuts
and bake It with sweet potatoes In
true Virginia style It will be sir a
dish fit for the gods Come with your
friend and pnrtnke
Dickens and Irving did partake in
Websters house on Connecticut ave
nue Washington and Dickens did not
relish the posum as much as ho
relished Websters company In a
paper on literary nspects of the capi
tnl In the Catholic World Mnrgnret B
Downing recalls nnohcr British vis
itors Introduction to n new dnlnty In
Washington Thnckcray In 1851 nte
his first Ice cream with Irving at tho
home of Hamilton Fish on H street
Not ninny people realize thnt Irving
lived for nearly five yenrs In Wash
ington Of course every one knows
that George Bnncroft long lived there
mid that Whitman nnd Burroughs
were in the civil service during tho
same Civil war years Probably most
people know also that Mrs Stowe
resided in Washington while Uncle
Toms Culiln was appearing In tho
Nntlonnl Era Charles Warren Stod
dard the nuthor of the South Sea
Idylls also lived In Washington for
n time But no city really has title
to nn author until he not only Uvea
in it but writes about it The nuthor
of this paper omits nil mention of
Henry Adams and the most notable
novel of Washington life Democ
racy New York Evening Post
Island of Jersey Has Been Called a
Wonderland Really Is an
Interesting Place
The Island of Jersey Is famed for
many things rcinarkB the Under the
Clock columnist of the London
Dnlly News lilies golfers won
ders potatoes and cabbages ten feet
high to mention only n few of its most
obvious specialities But Its chief
cl n I m to fame Is that It Is the residu
ary legutee of the old Normnn duchy
therefore the inheritor nnd presum
ably the proprietor of the British
empire Jerseymen undoubtedly fought
In Williams victorious army nt Hast
ings nnd to this day the Island has
n constitution nnd laws which have
been little altered since the reign of
King John nnd which on occasions
hnve even dared to defy the thunders
of the privy council
The inhabitants are a most Intense
ly loynl people and the two greatest
blows that can be offered to their
pride are first to confuso their Island
with Guernsey and second to call
them French Fancy the Joy of the
Jersey contingent which was welcomed
Into Fermoy with the strains of the
Marseillaise Jersey has never been
conquered England 1ms the deduc
tion Is obvious
Cypress Lumbering
Not many years ago owners of
cypress swnmps regarded their prop
erty as practically worthless Cypress
lumbering was attended with peculiar
difficulties because of its swampy
growth The green logs could not be
moved with osen or mules because of
their great weight and the softness of
the soil And often the logs were
so saturated with moisture thnt they
would not float Sometimes only about
15 per cent of a cut could be gotten
to murket Finally lumbermen began
to girdle the trees six months or a
yenr before cutting which resulted in
n great saving
Now the lumbermen drain the
swnmps before cutting Swamp drain
age Is an Important part of modern
cypress lumbering Massive machinery
also Is used In the overhead cable
skid method the logs are brought in
by a carrier traveling over a powerful
cable suspended between two trees
usually about six hundred feet apart
Color Blindness
In total color blindness the eye dis
tinguishes only light and dark In tho
more common partial color blindness
red is mistaken for green or block for
brown and in a third form only pri
mary colors can be made out often
with confusion of blue and violet Tho
new spectrometer of F W Eldrldge
Green measures the portion ot the
spectrum appearing to be monochro
matic and the limits of visibility at
each end of the sectrum The aver
age eye sees six definite colors and1
18 apparently monochromatic parts of
the spectrum mother more or less
imperfect color vision separates not
fewer single color patches than Iff
Exceptional eyesight detects Eeven
distinct colors with as many as 23
monochromatic patches
Joke on Him
The bride and groom followed by
the usual shower of old shoes and
rice boarded the train The travel
ing man across the aisle enjoyed the
fun to his hearts content
After the train started the groom
tried tp clean up the rubbish left by
the merrymakers He opened the win
dow and threw out the olM shoos mil
rubbish The traveling nan was so
mused that he forgot that he was
pitting there In his stocking iat
Later he came to his rontan aad
then he found that the groom had ini
aken the only pair of fkom the travel
ing man had with him far soma that
the merrymakers had lft

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