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FUJLTON CO, TBIBTTtfE, WAUSEON, TITFRSDAY, DEC. 1
TliHnmniimmmftfflfMqT lh ,Hh T:adie3 A,i-V,wi,,L,Th? AV Inn rwd HO meals on "Nf H v it Thursday Decmeber 8th. Everybody! K f'EaW H invited. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trimble and: .1 If IS1 Illrlill Hi ! daughter 01 Toledo were Thanksgiv-j a a Amsw g jjrg jjerman skiels and Miss Nolaing guests of Gale Trimble and fam-l n i Mnminoistar svitnt Thankse-ivine- and ilv. Mrs. Trimhle and daughter! Will CRIMINAL FINGER PRINTS ON RECORD Suggestions the wppk pud with their sister. II i Lawrence Loud at Lima, Ohio. an innocent man with his Mrs. 'Audrey returned home with them for finder prints on record coldly stick a few days visit. ihis hands into a whirring land have them crushed or machine land have them crushed or take his it TMns T-oirsil ra ncrlif ovo Plna nf flip TVfr TiVnnlr R Knm ent.prr.ll inpd a fVinnpp (in nrftvino- Vila innfippncp ? " 1 ' ' ' . -. . . . . . ... w. v.. ( . . . - r -. . . . - " . . ... - j Christian Church enjoyed a pot luck , number of his friends at his home on : This question will be clearly answer , supper at the home' of their teacher,: East Oak Street Tuesday evening, 'd for you at the Princess Theatre, For Her Stationery, Conklin Pencil, Manicure Rolls, Perfume, Ivory Brushes, etc., Camera, Candy. For Him PjcketBen, Conklin Pen, Military Brushes, Bill Folds, Eooks, Flash Liht, Cigars. Coleman Lamp READ, WAGER & GORSUCH The REX ALL Store Mrs. George Oaklev. Wednesday! A Hpli fimi5 fnnr pnnrsp siv oVlock Friday afternoon and night evening. dinner was served, consisting of 7h?nVts Meighan's "The City of Si- At the .next meeting of the Pythian babi Sd ' gi This new Paramount picture starr Sisters on Dec. 7th. initiory work will;? anxwltent wok Evrevone S Thomas Meighan, widely known be conferred. There will also be -TnIT "Gd LUCk" V"1,3 torn of officers, and a social time f ' Meighan as a young man who al- after. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kenyon left i though innocent of crime is sent to Tuesdav morning for Detroit, Mich., I state s prison on circumstantial evi- mormng twelve 1 r if i,1 n tt-t 1 iiunui x i.iia. r. u. uici u,mMarearet Moore daughter Frances who leave for the ! , a a i south in the near future. . . . . . 1 1 - 1 i A 1 l I 1 UtSUitV IUUI1I111K IVJl IHH.11.1 "Y"- -. where they attended the wedding f jdence. The story shows his escape reive o clock dinner, Tuesday in t, snn '3nhnam narhv t tfplpr, the rebuilding of his life in tho wpst. daughter of Mr. his persecution by hardened detec- 1 H T A A HTnnur. A hupQ 9nl h i c final winHmotifir. I of November 30th. Rev .F. E. Ken-, Lois Wilson, who has played nu- father of the groom officiated. 1 merous leading femanine roles in ! Paramount Pictures, and who scored Mr. and Mrs. Scott Roos and fam-by hre winning portrayals in "What ily spent Thanksgiving in Toledo. Every Woman Knows," is Mr. A . t , Meighan s leading woman. Paul Messers Linius and Henry Weber jvon and Misq Loretta Weber spent from Wednesday until Sundav with their: aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ross in Botkins, Ohio. AT THE MOVIES rKKKHorKHiKHKH0H00H5iiu Friday and Saturday Dec. 2-3 WILLIAM FAVERSHAM In "THE S.IN THAT WAS HIS" Extra Special Comedy BLUE SUNDAY Featuring Lyons and Morgan Sunday Dec. 4 WANDA HAWLEY In "A PRIVATE SCANDAL" Monday Dec. Goldwyn Presents "PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT" All Star Cast Mr. George Eurkholder and Emma Gibson of Napoleon, Mr. Benke of Wauseon and Leroy Eicher were Sunday dinner guests ot tnos Burkholder and family near Water Works. . btotzer was a guest 01 v.vrf onri 1 J .1.4. TV 7..;i J " uauutci, una. laicutc uuniutu a cuaracter and a iviissiana iamiiy over inanKsgiving. wm. jspectively, Mr. heavy role, re Everton essaying the Miss Elsie Davies of Cleveland was' 01d Bm a convict, and Mr. a Thanksgiving Day and week end ii .r?uirle the guest of her mother and sister here. a detective. Kate Bruce plays Mrs. Montgomery, the boy's mother, and Guy Oliver is Mr. Misa T.Pthn Mo-ar of N T.nnHon. Brant the girl's father. Mrs. Frona Beachler and son and Ohio spent Thanksgiving Day and, BIRTHDAY SUKi'RISE Mr. Dale Morey of Liberty Center the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd j a surprise party was given to Mr. and Clarence Karschner of Toledo Edgar and Miss Emma Edgar. T--ov Eicher.- Tuesdav. November SPECIAL ATTRACTION Tuseday and Wednesday Dec. 6-7 Famous Players Presents "INSIDE THE CUP" From the Novel by WINTON CHURCHILL See "Inside The Cup" on Tuesday and tell your friends so they won't miss it on the last day Wednesday. UPLIFTING THRILLING BEAUTIFUL :KHtimii , IT ADDS, SUBTRACTS, MULTIPLIES Thrift works automatically once its princi ples are practiced. In reality it is a calcu lating machine which adds rapidly to your capital, subtracts from your cares and mul tiplies your pleasures. A thrift account with us is the key which opens an unsuspected avenue of progress. Four per cent on time deposits. spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Karschner and family. r.ttr.itw;iti;t:ittn Wm. Bonnell who has been suffer ing from a fractured thigh since Sept. 5th, is in St. Vincent's Hospital Toledo under the care of Dr. Cholette a noted bone specialist. . 17th in honor of his thirtieth birth- ua. a sumptuous dinner was and presents given with 1 j i l : r rpL guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I rucrim and Mr. and Mrs. William nT a tit n r.,; j 'Benke Miss Carrie Eicher of Wau- nii. aim mis. v 1 1: i ti v i n cinu sun mi , ti . i;i, i-ii j j. frui. seon, Mr. Thaleon Blake iiauaiu v ' -i uiciciauu opcub X. liailjva- giving and the week end with his for Chicago to meet Mrs. Avery who gggj ia icifUiuiiig 1 1 v 1 1 1 a sncidi wccaD, visit at her home in Sturgin Wis. Thursday Dec. 8 EDITH ROBERTS In "OPEN SHUTTERS" NEXT WEEK "NO WOMAN KNOWS" of Sidney, nr. aud Mrs.- Knos II. Burkr-ii'l"" and daughter Frances, Rev. David Gerig and wife of Auburn, Indiana. For the past several years we have always had a community Xmas tree on Fulton street, last year there wasn't any. Why not have one this ytar? NOTICE to move out of Wauseon, which false and told by certain parties injure me. I have moved my ottice to my residence and expect to con- The Tribune received a letter from tinue the Real Estate and have taken Mrs Marv Martin of Mentor Lake i the Deputvship for the M. W. of A. j Mr. and Mrs A. E. Tann Mr. and mother, Mrs. Minerva Davies. 'Mrs. Frank Mersing and grand-, aTMr! Lester'Zoa dV V "ffLJ enry Gorsuch: who has for iS 'Ji cben Y rolls g aelec-,1 TSIEEZ. C.. accepted a position as a comedian on the Keith Circuit. "Hank" as every- hodv PaUk him will rvialrp (i-i.i,l of Mrs. H. S. Vroman and children of ithis crump incf flip cqwip .i c lin ltc n4- Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. W. l Milp7 on .'t-;i n V 1 in Sfrppt wpvo I Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Miley of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Partridge and Hugh Miley of Fayette. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Curtiss return ed Tuesday evening from Chicago, 111., where the Dr. was called to at tend the Tuberculosis Conference and they also attended the Fat Stock Show while there. ISEOPllsSEMd 8 UDr--. WAUSEON. OHIO ..uTY I "wr AND OLDEST RANK IN RJL7CN Ww', e IwLL - 7 j r.nr.T.t;.t.?n;nn:iTUTn;r.r;i:itH;tsii; ANNOUNCEMENT i i " were inanKSffiving quests OI Mrs. a. j;v, iu .: m to.M. Sharpe and daughters Marie and j Dorothy. Mr. Wauseon Enos Burkholder and familv nf ttt- -"" "litnis game just tne same as on, Mr Thaleon B'ake of Sid-! -WaUf WlSV Vls't- 'everything else he has tried Co.. Ohio this week and along with and Insurance for Northwestern Ohio;ney, Mr. George Burkholder and Miss ; Morninestar left Wednesday for a1 Th Z v c . o i. , it her subscriDtion to the Tribune, and as soon as money and business. Emma Gibson of Napoleon. Mr. Jona-l::4. ,;u iw r.A a i-i; ... s oi me ounaay ocnool It her subscription to the Tribune. ; and as soon as money and business . Emma Gibson of Napoleon. Mr. Jona-lviit w;th Mr and Mr F JA n it Sho anirl. "1 am a V n ton I ouncv eriri. i cuiiuhiujis uucua uu i c.i.i'.i. i-u " as raised on the Ridge, south of Wauseon,' I was Daniel Herman's daughter, please keep the paper coming." conditions opens up I expect open an office in Wauseon. Vern C. Smith Xmas stationery at this office. re-1 than Burkholder and wife of neari Z ass 9 Mrs. J. C. Robinson of the 'Ridgeville and Miss Edna Rudd of -n T it ' I t? y Christian Church have planned ' fi ij iviiss riana Kupp oi .w,n g0 to tneir new home ln perrm. fareweii ,., prjjv lvm-mr Archbold were guests Sunday of Mr.n-, r;i, ,v,. mr- it ; pan trioay evening Frank Baer and family of near El-C 'f :""'d i"' ""l ibw nonor 01 Mrs" oraAyers. mira. ' McNeil and Libbv. I SHOP EARLY. J, Mrs. Schuyler Sullinser very pleasantly entertained a number of friends at her home on East Leggett Street, Wednesday evening, honoring her sister, Mrs. Chas. Geringer of Toledo. R. R. Coon and wfie entertained as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marine, Misses Fay and Lucile Marine and Miss Fern Romer of To ledo, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mohr and daughter Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Coon. Mrs. Jeane B. McKenzie announces to the ladies of Wauseon and vicinity that she can now supply them with her wonderful skin preparation, "CREME-SUPREME." This is not m ordinary "Face Cream," but a skin food and cleanser combined and keeps care of the completion. Mrs. McKenzie gives every pur chaser valuable information on the care of the complection. Orders promptly delivered. Phone 640. NOTICE The Past and Most Excellent De crees will be conferred on several candidates next Tuesday evening. Installation will be held at the same time. Companions are urged to be present. SOME RADISH Mr. C. E. Trory brought radish to this office the other day that weighed 6 pounds. It measured 9Vi inches in length and 19 Vi inches in circumference. He raised it on his lot on Vine Street. He has quite a number of large ones, but not half as large as this one It was planted late in the season. It is a nice juicy-ona and is as sblid as can be. NOTICE , J. C. Miley is sole owner of all the Patents of the Allion Vermin Proof Perch Co., having purchased them from Mr. O. U. Waldvogel of Arch bold, Ohio and will manufacture and deliver from Wauseon. Get your Christmas stationery at at the Tribune Office, done up in Xmas boxes. , 52 cSEi 53 Superior all wool underwear. All worsted underwear. Wool and cotton mixed. Fleeced Lined. All Cotton. Will Save You Money on Mens Furnishings All 1 11 i tr ... ' All wool work hose. All wool dress hose. Silk dress hose. Mercerised hose. Cotton hose. Full line silk shirts. Madras shirts, Percale shirts. Muitlers. Initial handkerchiefs, Silk handkerchiefs. Gloves. E. & W. soft and linen collars. Full line of ties, knitts and silks. Hats and caps. Hickok belts and buckles. Crown Brand overalls, 8 oz. D. B. Work shirts. These are Xmas suggestions. CLEANING AND PRESSING. All articles are packed in seperate Xmas bxes. Room 11, Arcade Building. 00HKHKHHHKHKH rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1 LOCAL NEWS There are twenty one . , ... . . 4.! days lett until Christmas. $i Mrs, Geo. Ellenwood has moved to J;a farm near Liberty Center. shopping! Robert Cole of Dennison University spent the Thanksgiving vacation with his parents. ...... null Mrs. Art Rogers spent Friday Toledo. in ' Mrs. Ed Rice is ill at her home on East Elm Street. Mrs. Ira Karschner was in Toledo Friday. v Mr. and "Mrs. Harry Merrill spent1 Monday in Toledo. : Mrs. Davis B. Johnson was hostess to the Shakespeare Club Wednesday I afternoon. Miss Kathryn Sharpe of Toledo spent the week end with her parents Mr. H. Buck of Akron, O., is visit-1 m- aA Tpp xhamp ing his son, Dr. R. O. Buck. J ' - 1 Tt" on1 ATa Alva Cvam art4 1 5 r a Miss LaRue Williams of Bowline! Wpithpa Rnw' mntnrpri t. ripviu Green spent Thanksgiving here. Walter Spurgeon is visiting tives in Detroit this week. rela- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. '.daughter were Sunday guests of John V.'Bell and wife. Srot.t Rons and familv snent. Stutesman findiThankse-ivinc with friends i n Toledo. Mrs. R. A. Cave and Mrs.' R. Glaze spent Friday in Toledo. 1 , , , I. W. Donat, wife and daughter Mr. Carl Orndorff of Detroit spent 'spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Erick- thp wppIt pni with th home fo ka. in Aarian. Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrs HjT:hm XT XT . rrl. 1. giving Day with her sister in Toledo, j Kt"svme relatives ' i ' Scott Roos and wife entertained Ralph Miley and family Sunday. were in Miss Bess Wilson and Mrs. Lena Longnecker spent Friday in Toledo. Lake Tuseday on business. Mrs. E. A. Karschner of Liberty Center is visiting her son, Mr. I. C. Karschner and family. Miss Stella Joughlin of Adrian, Mich., was a guest of her sister, Mrs. John Bell last week. A M Mrs. Clair Lee who has been ill at1 Mi?.s Mae Spurgeon of Toledo is the home of her parents, is improving. hi Mr. and Mrs. Otis Johnson and baby of Delta spent Friday here. Mrs. Harry Merrill was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternopn. Mrs. Betsy Leonard visited her neices at Neapolis over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Ed Cole and Mrs. Herman Case were shopping in Toledo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guilford en tertained her parents and sister for Thanksgiving. Mrs. George Oakley and Mrs. Ralph Miley spent last Friday in Toledo. Williams entertained from Delta spending a few weeks with mother, Mrs. Mary Spurgeon. her I Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Thanksgiving i family ?.nd .M-, ,Ira 6 6 I spent Friday in Toledo. Kline and ' Karschner! L. S. ! mother day. Mrs. F. A. Steumpel is visiting her! RiMsel. Risley of Detroit was a daughter, Mrs. E. E. Spring in To. Thanksgiving guest of Walter Spur ledo . Seon" Jessie Thursday with Mrs. Mary I daughters spent Ridgeville. Zimmerman Thanksgiving andi ill; " Milton Griffin and Thanksgiving with Mr, Blair. ,:i Miss Frankie Wetzel and i ifT dXk! Bennett spent last I relatives at Archbold. Mrs. Grant Laver of Delta spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Anna Wilson. Miss Florence Scott of Toledo spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Brigham. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rowe Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Zimmerman. ffloent Mary Miss Gusta Harbig of Archbold! j rni i a l . i . j n m Mrs. Wm. Greiser spent Sunday in spem inursuay wun ner sister, mrs. 4jeu. jjuiiimiii uuu xaiuuy. William Buckmaster and daughter, Toledo Mr. Wyatt Sullinger of Fostorial, Art Gallagher and family Vai5 a Sunday guest of his parents,"ai,lulBua "'"i? . M- ,1 iu, V c,iii;np. lOiiuuies near iover Venter. spent I Mr. Joe Perry and son are attend ing the Fat Stock Show in Chicago, Mr. Harvey Graver of Oak Shade 111., this week. underwent an operation at the hospi- Mrs. Ed Springer is very ill at her!tal Wednesday morning. inezihme on West Elm Street, following: a stroke of paralysis. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hartman and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Myers of Na- Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Campbell were in poleon visited Sunday with Mr. and1 -n luicuu lucBuai . una. ax, uujiuigci. Mrs. O. U. Griffin has been the guest of friends in Jackson, Michi- parents Mr. and Mrs, gan lor tne past tnree weeks. J. Kline is attending the U. S. Live Stock Sanitary Associa- Mr. Chas. Good and family spent Thanksgiving in Albion, Mich., with his neice, returning Sunday. Miss Vera Seidner of Bowling Green spent the week end with her Lou Seidner. Mrs. C. A. Theobald entertained the mmebers of the 500 Club, Tues day evening at her home on Clinton' I Street. . MM finan- I Donald Grisier of the University jtion in Chicago this week. I Mrs. Mack came from Bloomville, Wednesday to spend a few weeks I of Michigan at Ann Arbor snent the with her son Henry and family. 'Thanksgiving vacation with his par- ents. Mrs. Ed Loaders, Mrs. Chas. Park- Mrs. Albert Tanner and familv of er, Mrs. Lehman and Mrs. D. W.'Oak Shade are spending a few days Myers spent Wednesday in Toledo. i i I I i Dont neglect your child's cial education. The opening of a bank account here in his name will give him a business train ing and education in the handling of money will develop traits of character he could acquire in no other way. Start an account for him today that in the handling he may be better fitted to combat life's problems and become a credit to your foresight. Mrs. Chas. Geringer and son Richard of Toledo are visiting rela tives and friends here this week. with her mother, Mrs. Huyck. William Litchfield of Bever Lake, Mich., is spending the winter with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Litchfield. Mrs. Florence Tanner and children! Miss Dorothy Waldron and Mr. of Lyons spent from Thursday until Clark Biddle attended the Ohio State ! Sunday with her mother, Mrs. University banquet, rriday evening Huyck. Mrs. Nora Ayers will leave soon for Toledo where she will spend the winter months with her Ethel. at Swanton. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gorsuch and son Arthur spent Thanksgiving day at daughter; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gorsuch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edgar and Mr, H. H. Ham were guests of Dr. aar ' gent and family giving. Mr. and Mrs. Will Klotz of Toledo and Miss Hattie Gottschalk were Mrs. Clarence in Toledo Thanks- j guests of Mr. and Krauss, Saturday. Mr. George Funk returned home Thursday from Flower Hospital where he has been for the past ten weeks. Mrs. Johanna Baumgardner re Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buchanan and family spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Genter, west of town. The Dunbar Quartet will be the I turned to her home in Toledo Sunday! next number on the Lecture Course after several weeks visit with friends at the High School Auditorium, and relatives here. I Mrs. F. A. Johnson and the Misses , Ruth and Beulah Johnson were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Fieldmire at Tedrow. WAUSEON, A DANK THAT OHO SERVICE BUILT December 9th. , ? The Ladies Aid of the U. B. church' 8 will hold a market of baked goods Will! Saturday, December 3rd, in the Re-! publican office. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Foncannon re- Mr. and Mrs. John Fillinrer and. 2 'turned home from Lima Saturday Miss Reva Robinson of Metamora 'after a few davs visit with their snent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira i daughter, Mrs. Frank Faust. , (Karschner. i Misses Ruth Wade and Doris Pat- Mr. Randolph Dudley of Canton, tp.snn returned Sunday to their jre- ill., who is on nis way zo -New rorx erry Christmas to You The PEOPLE who seek gifts that are useful EVERY DAY, have come to think of us as their headquarters, for which WE WILL GUARAN ; TEE to give your moneys worth for any article of merchandise bought of us. We are showing values in handkerchiefs, which make an inexpensive remembrance. Especially good assortment in gloves, kid, silk and knit sport. . Hosiery makes a splendid Christmas Gift. . , A fine line of ladies Novelty Hand Bags and Purses in leather an5 fabric. Special styles in ladies kimonoas and corduroy robes. Ladies and Gents Bath Robes. Unusual assortments of novelty notions in mesh bags' novelty bead necklaces,v fancy hair ornaments and Bou doir caps. SoecialSv nice assortment of fancy ART GOODS. If you are interested in Christmas merchandise do not pass this Opportunity tb make your purchases early, while the selections are the BEST. schools at Stransbure and to sail for the South Seas, is spend' liOrrville after spending Thanksgiving ing a few days with his aunt, Mrs. pencer Edgar, tlolliiiei' Go. 8t8Kmat I with the home folks. R. R. Coon and family.