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THE CmZXM Jan , 1921 1 Local Page Newe of Berea and Vicinity, Gathered from a Variety ef Sources. Mr. and Mn. E. C. Cornelison are rejoicing over th arrival of a An boy baby who arrived May 29, 1921 Hia name ia D. N, after hia grand father, D. N. Welch. ' i Dr. and Mr. J. H. Harrison and Judge G. W. Newman, of Haweaville, Kr., are visiting their sons, Kenneth Harrison and George Newman, who graduate from the Academy Depart ment. Miss Dora Ely, who haa charge of the children's department in the school at Buckhom, Ky, ia visitinsr friendi in Berea. BOONE JAVERN GUESTS A more the Commencement visi tors who are Boone Tavern attests Miss Bess DeBord, an alumna of tne following: Herea anrt former tfracher in the Mrs. Mnllle ! Tk.nnn V. . I ,- Normal Department, was in Berea Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gordon. Lebanon. m. a I ever Sunday. Ky.: Rev. Elmer E. Gabbard. Cnl- Mr. and Mr. Carter Robinson and yKt alumnus and trustee of Berea. little son are here for Commence- Buckhorn, Ky.; Clarence Reynolds, ment week. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Buckhom, Ky.: Arthur Grass. Woot- are both former students and trradu- en, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shell. ates of Berea. and Miss Elizabeth John inn. nf Ptit. Tom Bal:er. of Oklahoma, arrived eago; J. R. Rogers, of N. Y a Be- last week for a visit with bis par-1 rea trustee; Miles E. Marsh. Farm ents. Mr. ana Mrs. J. I Baker. School. N. C Berea trustee: Miss Miss Mabel Whaley, of the College Lotta M. Osborne. Lakewood. 0 vice Department, had a derightful visit president of the College Alumni As Friday and Saturday of last week sociatlon; G. S. Hildreth, Akron, O.; from her sister, Miss Elizabeth Mrs. H. W. Coddington and children. Whaley, who was on her way to her I of Roanoke, Va.; Miss Tyler." Terre home in Flemingsmirg from Denham, Haute, Ind.; J. P. Combs and wife. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION IN REREA Berea is a progressive community. Compare" it with other towns of equal Imputation and you will be hard pressed to find oncrith anything like the number and quality of public utili ses, educational and Welfare arenrie'i and really public spirited Individuals that are to be found In Berea. It Is a growing community. Aa it rmvt, it potentialities are increased. It Is a righteous community. The treat body of it citizens are people with i nr the fear of kd in their hearts. Such a community may not have limits set It. We may make of Berea confronts as ia. Are wa ready, are we advanced enough in our thinking to lay aside whatever jealousiea and prejudices we may have, to shake off whatever we may have of lethargy or Indifference or selfishness and to gether work out a destiny fVr Berea that shall set us In the, very front rank of progressiva communities T The factor that will determine that Is our ability or our Inability to do the things I have Just mentioned. We caa do these things. Of that I am Kr where she bas been teaching this year. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Templeton, both of whom are College alumni, are here for a visit to their Alma Mater. Mrs. Spaulding arrived Saturday to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Todd. Miss Anna Hackney, a College graduate of the class of 1919. is a Berea visitor this week. Dr. R. H. Owlry was called to Louisville at tha first of the week to aee Or. Thomson, one of Berea's trustees, who ia quite sick Margaret Ruth Gott. the three- months-old child of Mr. and Mrs Turner Gott, of Ravenna, was brought to the Berea College Hospital two weeks ago, and was operated by Dr. B. F. Robinson for lock bowels. The operation was successful, and the child ia on a fair road to recovery. Jeff, Ky; Mrs. Arthur Reese, Tama- qua, Penn.; Mr. and Mra. Aimer Reese, Jamestown, Ky.; Boy Ray, Danville. Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hig- nite, Oneida, Ky.; Misa Bruce V. Mohler, Hagerstown, Md.; Mr. and Mra. C. B. Robinson and son, of De troit; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Temple- ton, Gat City, Va.; H. H. Cooksey, Huntington, W. Va. MARK. CLARK INJURED Shortly after 7:30 Tuesday morn ing; Mark Clark met with a very painful accident while adjusting the scaffolding to paint the Foundation School building. Tha large iron hook which ia fast ened to the roof of the building to hold tha scaffolding gave way and Mark fell several feet to the ground. The hook struck him a glancing blow across his face, cutting his nose and injuring hia eye severely. . ... i wing tami lur t me iam- Mrs. Margaret Rutherford, on Chest' nut Street. John Brammer, of Monticello, Ky. a Vocational alumnus, is in Berea for Commencement. hia injuries, while very painful. not prove serious. rill WTATT SHELL An important and interesting event Mrs. Ruth Todd Coddington, of took place on Kentucky Hall campus Roanoke. Va, is one of the numerous t aix 0.clock Sunday morning when alumni visitors in Berea. Misa Eleanor Wyatt, daughter of Mr. J. Harl Tate, of Apatachia, Va, and Mrs. George Wyatt, waa united and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Temple- in marriage to Carl Eugene Shell, a ton, of Gate City, Va, are enjoying atudent of the Normal Department. Berea hospitality this week. I Dr. Win. G. Frost tied the nuptial Prof. Miles E. Marsh, of the Farm nt aolemn but pleasing fashion School, Asheville, N. C is a Berea The happy couple left on Tuesday what we will We have many organisations com mitted to the promotion of. praise worthy community improvements. The Woman's Club and the Progress Club, also a woman's organisation, are the most active forces for prog ress in the community. A Scbool Im provement League in the public school and another in the Training School give evidence by their activities of our interest in public education. The Red Cross, the Community League, the American Legion, the G. A. R a number of lodges and several minor organizations exist for the) accom plishment of very definite purposes of the highest interest to the commu nity. Four churches, white, minister to the spiritual needs of the comma nity and .each has a program of so. cial service, 'some more, some less, ex tensive. It is to be said, of course, that none of these organizations receives tha unanimous support nor includes in its membership all the people of the community. The one that comes nearest to that ideal is the Red Cross, its program being so well known and its appeal so -universal. But even if every member of the community should be an active member of the Red Cross, which they are not, the community would in that be united In only one single interest. But Berea haa not been content with the creation of organizations a . ior various and sundry purposes, each to go ita own separate way. It is awakening to the importance of a comprehensive community program which shall be formulated and carried out by all its organized agencies and all its citizens thinking and working together. To thie end It has formed Community Council consisting of In the things the Council has al ready undertaken we have found that we have limitations. These limita tions are within us, not outside. We still have our prejudices and our sus picions. Some of us are still Indif ferent to the call to go forward. Not all of us are able yet to see that there is not a group and not an indi vidual in Berea that has Interests ss a citizen that are not the interests of every group and every citizen in the community. Given the grace to rise above these petty considerations and to throw our shoulders side by side against our common burden, i close friends and good neighbors all, we shall have a eomViunity worthy of ita past history and one we shall be proud to live in and leave as a heritage to our children. visitor this week. Mr. Woods, of Troutdale, Va, is here to witness the graduation of his son from College and daughter from the Academy. Mrs. W. C. Hunt, of Cleveland, O, is visiting friends and relatives in Berea. - - - , Robert Smallwload, proprietor of the Beattyville Enterprise, and Mrs. Smallwood are here for Commence ment. Mr. Smallwood was a student in Berea eight years ago, and grad uated from the School of Printing with the 1913 clasa. A gas well of about 40 pounds pressure has been struck in the vi cinity of Berea, on the Snider farm, recently, and oil men are of the opin ion that oil and gas will be ob tained in paying quantities' in the course of a few months. Miss Ethel Parsons, of the Normal graduating class, is being visited bv her mother this week. Mrs. Harrold VanWinkle and chil dren, of Cincinnati, are visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Bender. f night for Jordan, N. C, where they will visit Mr. Shell's parents for awhile. The best wishes of many friends and classmates will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Shell on their new venture in life together. $ Dollar $ A dollar is the basis of exchange between the seller and buyer. It is worth no more than what you get in place of the dollar you invest. Find the place that your dollar is worth the most. Try tha Economy and see. 12 Quart Grey Enamel Water Pail 1.00 10 Cans Good Standard Corn.. 1.00 10 Cana Good Chum Salmon.... 1.00 12tt lbs. Cana Granulated Sugar 1.00 10 lbs. Reo Coffee 1.00 7 lbs. Good Lard 1.00 4 Cans Yellow Peaches or Apri cots 1.00 14 Cans No. 2 Standard Toma- toe 1.00 10 Cartons National Oata 1.00 (Subject to stock) 12 Pkgs. El Vampire Fly Pow der 1.00 7 Dot. Good Sweet Pickles ... 1.00 Wa like to please you. Coma ont R. R. HARRIS We have the style you want in Bathroom Fixtures Every day you put it off you are missing the pleasure that should be yours. See us for prices Logan Brothers Pmmbug aid Repairing Pkoae 192 Berea, Ky. ona representative elected for this purpose by each organization. The council thus formed is not a new or ganization but an attempt to coordi nate the efforts of the organizations we already have. This idea of coordinating the pro grams of all the organizations of the village is now in its formative stage. Some things have been undertaken by the Council but no attempt has as yet been made to formulate a com plete community program. The test of our ability to work together and achieve definite results is being, made as a preliminary to a more preten tious program. The question that now I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I want an opportunity to con vince you that I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY and give your feet comfort. And I want to farther convince you that our work and material ia of the very best, coupled with quick aervice, ats pricea no higher than . yoa pay for inferior work and poor aervice. All work guaranteed. GOOD THINGS TO EAT ON THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH LAWN Commencement Day tha Ladies will serve good thinga to eat and drink. The funda will be used for the new church building. Everybody invited to -eat with us and help in a good causa. THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY Where Do You Stand? 60 of all mature adults in the United States are without anything saved. 85 of all over 60 years of age in the Unit ed States are dependent on others for the nec essaries of life. x 50,000,000 adults have nothing between them and dire poverty but their daily wage. START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT $1.00 opens a savings account. We will be glad to help you plan to save more. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER Berea National Bank Classified Advertfeements FOR SALE Good Red Roof Taint Guaranteed. Phone 192. DRESSMAKING Dressmaking done at 30 Street, Berea, Ky. Boon FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Students preferred. Apply at No. 30 Boone St tf. BRING US YOUR HORSESHOEING AND REPAIR WORK We bave added another blacksmith to our force, and we are now in a position to handle all work promptly. THE COLLEGE BLACKSMITH " Maia St, Berea, Ky. NOTICE From, June 9th to September 1st we will close our Dental umcea on Thursday afternoon. Dr. J. M. Logsdon Dr. J. C. Gabbard Dr. W. G. Best - Sea THOMA Short Street Berea, Ky. Look at This tA first class mechanic with ten years' experience in manufacturing shoes and harness is at your service in the Har rison building on Chestnut Street. We are equipped to do your repairing promptly" with the best leather money" can buy", and workmanship that will stand the test. We Guarantee Our Work at Lowest Prices Remember the Place Harmoa Bailding A. Ee RlVeTS Eeatucky PLANTS FOR SALE The Coddington Special, per doz. .40 The Beef Steak, per dos .25 The Early June, per dos 2o The Yellow Jersey Sweet Potato, the White Brazilian and the Nancy Hall, per hundred .... .40 Mongo Peppers, per dos JO Order From MRS. G. CODDINGTON You are indted to visit our store and inspect our complete stock and get our latest prices. You will be surprised how cheap you can buy good eats. HENSLEY & DAVIDSON In Welch Block Berea, Ky. DEAN HERN DON Jo. F. Deaa J. W. Hemdoa IiKi KILLING IN BEREA Our town is in danger unless you fight the battle, Begtn Saturday nichL June 11. at 7 rift n'rlnrk. V.wmrw Real Estate Berea. Ky. tmmi . . ..1;., v. their patriotism by helping to eave and protect our town from tha en emy. Ammunition will be furnished free by Porter-Moore Drug Co, Berea We have sold many homes but bave many more for sale. Some large bluegras farms, well located, on Dixie Highway; some small places around Berea especially adapted to Drug Co., and K. T. Hays. uairy ana poultry Dusiness; soma , nt-au posu-rs wnun will be seat- highly improved property in Berea; . tered thruout Berea Friday and Sat- SWEET POTATO PLANTS' Porto Rico and Nancy Halla. Fine plants. 200 for $1.00; 600 $1.75; 1,000 $2.75, by mail postpaid. Express col lect $2.00 per M. Tomato plants same price. Plant circular free. FRUITVALE NURSURIES Albany, Alabama. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice ia hereby given that all having claims against the estate of tha lata Wm. Morris shall present same properly proven, as required by law, or or before July 1, 1921, or have them barred. AH owing him must settle at once. L. K. Morris, Admin istrator, Newby, Ky, R. D. 1. adp-61. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all hav- ling claims against the estate of the lata Samuel Williford shall present the same properly proven, as required by law, on or before' June 24, 1921, or have them barred. All owing him must settle accounts at once. Eugene Hester, Administrator, Berea, Ky. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at auction to highest and best bidder on Saturday, June 11, 1921, at 10 o'clock, my farm of 25 acrea at foot of Scaffold Cane HilL This farm la known as tha John Hawkins farm, Joins Wm. Shearer, F. O. Clark, Berea College, and E. K. Corwin. Good, rich soil, moat in timber. Three miles from Berea. Will trade privately for stock. 8imoa Muncy some vacant lota that are worth the money; some country stores with es tablished business; some farms that would be exchanged for town prop erty. In addition to these, we have thirty acres on Dixie Highway, south of Be rea, adjoining the town, which we will cut up into lots and baby farms to suit purchasers and sell on easy terms. Arrangement are being made to put city water and electric lights out to these lots. Building material has come down until one can afford to build and have a home to uit him. Come and see us, whatever your wants may be. If you want to sell your property, list It with us, and we will do our beat to sell it for you. Remember we Sell the Earth. No proposition is too large for us to tackle. None too small to receive our attention. Thanking our customers for their partonage in the past and pledging our continued fidelity to their in terests, wa are Respectfully, DEAN A nERNDON " At The Bank uniay, June 10 and 11. 192 la a Mighty Good Number to Call for SERVICE. Logan Bros. Plumbing, Tie Work Repairing of all Kinds Notary Public Phone No. t Do You Know? That the leather business Is oae that NO ONE caa Uara in a week, month or year? My knowledge of leather and ita beneflta la tha result of more than TWENTY YEARS ef acta al at perleaca. Thla ia ene rea ,808 I am la poaitioa to give tha public tha best material and workmanship ia Shoe and Har ness Work. QUICK SERVICE and SATISFACTION. Try THOMA W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice 48 Chestnut St., by M. E. Church in .11 Court. BEREA, KY. List Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentickj F. L MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Fvtt CUm Repairing AND Fan Lina of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY Telephone IS CWaat St Skert Street Berea, Ky.