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Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - September 27, 1929, Orrville, Ohio r IS t - Paper For Home the Friendliest Entered as class matter at Postoffice at SEPT. 27, 1929. A CENTS A SNAVELY ANSWERS THE I LAST F. for fifteen years a very efficient fire chief of died suddenly at his on had been to a week's from his regular He suffered hemorrhage and his condition grew rapidly death relieving him from his Death was due to complications of liver and lived his entire life in Fire by Mayor P. Van was aged him his one Louis T. one William of and one Mrs. J. of Chief Snavely was one of the outstanding fire chiefs of the He was at all times courteous to who visited the Wooster fire His many years of experience made him a capable chief and these experiences he was always willing and ready to relate to other The writer experienced this relationship with Fire Chief Snavely and several suggestions made were put into practice with gratifying He was an enemy of and as work fires as extinguishing them after they services were held at the home in Wooster it three o'clock Wednesday Rev. R. B. Perry MOTHER president o of when captured in New York after a search that he had tricked New York banks out of in order to distribute it among his creditors and the deposit in his tottering It is two years would be to the financial AND 35, of died at 3:30 Tuesday morning in the city hospital from peritonitis which developed from an injury last a tractor on the E. S. Wertz dairy operated by Ora when the tractor backfired the crank struck Sept. 26.^A class of students will Sept. 2B-30 at Ohio Samuel I. NUssbaum passed at her home one mile north of Kidron at 5:30 Wednesday birth of a She gave birth to the child Wednesday morning and her condition grew rapidly worse resulting in She was aged 32 the continued his Work several hours when the pain became so intense hu was forced to he was taken to the hospital where it was found he had sustained internal An operation performed in the hope of and 5 months at time of sank rapidly to Nussbaum was a mother of six in age H to 2 Amstutz was a son of Mr. here University for the third annual to get pointers on higher will be welcomed by sity taken on a tour of the undergo certain examinations and get helpful hints on how to study and how to get the most out of a versity class includes the following prospective students from Robert Harold They are Mildred and phe is survived by HT Eli J. south of of and Willis of of Ho is by 4;]re Adam and l of and of three Mrs. Dalton and of and at Sonnenberg of iri services were Tiome 1:0' o'clock B. Candy Iws decided to discontinue business on Davenport made his decision when an offer was made him by his brother at who is in the cantile that ed that and possibly the place will be sold and continue in staff of the Red and the high school has been elected and have held their organization The members of the staff who are responsible for the task of a better book this year tEan ever are as S. Ruth Trvin and Miriam Bonham Boys Arnold Girls Athletic Lucile Joke Editor Reporter Reporter Business Bruce Manager i Carl PEOPLE AT OHIO PROGRAM AT preparation for the football game Saturday with Wadsworth here the part of the Wednesday was over to leaders who led the student body in a number of including new time arranged The of the songs JT from Martin church at 2 no formed to hold meetings they were in of commercial in charge of all former proprietor the Sanitary eat on closed the deal for of the Sanitary Market from Paul B. on Monday the place is not the doors will be closed and the stock taken Mrs. The will Anna Carver this Thursday received an announcement of the room temporarily and will make sausage engage in wholesale as well as retail of class quality He TO former and and will be glad customers as well the city ls against thel S from the E. O. U. A. M. will ibe no regular meeting of Orrville No. 371, on Sept. 27, on account of the to which all members and their families are cordially also members of D. of A. and their If ' The annual Rally Day in the have a house or a church is set for next member them Sept. 29. The purpose of this ers of the Jr. O. U. A. M. is to rally all organizations father in the packing their new factory building to be in the near that this is the end of the and yout next dues W. of the church school and from the tendency of the summer months and unite for la new year of October begins the new season of 1 church AV AT The leaders are the fullest Ai f AlK possible attendance of both ' I tion and church Let all Grange will hold an be one hundred per cent in attendance agricultural the Granga A Rally Day Monday to taking an exhibit to the Ye - i tt l Grangers please will bear the of the produce brought be an - day evening will teachers Orange at the and all arc urged to the dis- are and which wU prove ggj beauty to the to at the home of her Mrs. at on September 12th. She was aged 74 is survived by six two of of and four Mrs. Antles and Mrs. Mrs. Camilla of and Mrs. Angie of Sainta Calif. She is also survived by seventeen at CHIPPEWA will be a home-coming and harvest meeting at the East Chippewa five miles northwest of on Sept. 29. There will be services both forenoon and Edward of will be the A welcome is. extended to all who care to come and enjoy the day with all 2Morning. 1 Women's Horticultural Products and 4-1 Pigs and Baby Bei saU 4-H 2:22 2:Hi 4-H Dairy Grange Vocational High School All winning cattic will parade in of and one-act written ville Farm Fireworks Oct. Draft and 2:16 2:18 2:18 all winning horses Entertainment by Valley College a three-act Oct. 4-^Morning. teams to be promptly at 10. proceed HIGH In Parish Jersey 2:13 2:12 2:20 Music for the The Wooster Band furnish for Wednesday's Fair The Wooster Band always pleases its If the governor finds it to come to tJie the band will the parade while he is Thursday Willie Green's Band will furnish This band in uniforms made a big hit at the Dover fair last week and will repeat at the Orrville Band has been engaged to entertain the music lovers who attend the fair on This band has made a reputation for itself in the Northeastern part Of the coUnty and thA fair crowd be pleased with their not Wooster's Old Time Orchestra acts during new set of for and has make them More people than ever before prospects for a good Orrville ' high school football team will be i on Saturday Coach Richard K. White and hiw distants W. W. and Charles letter men hack year and around these boys the coaches built their hack are Krw t and while only a last played a good game at throughout the season and .it the end showed that was a real Frost and lein played the whole in tlie being from one position to another at various times the showing up well in all these Starn held down a tackle all last and was one of the outstanding men in the forward He will be used at that position again this year in order to give the wall as much as a veteran will also be kept in the same other letterman for the line Hoffman had quite a for the end position last but this year Hoffman is out and Wakefield has steadily improved so that he will I have a corner on the job for this has uncovered one a guard and a center for the first defense and in addition has found some valuable reserve The has needed no filling in and is ready for the first game with np new men to be placed the had in developing some are very few things that remain to worry the Up to date 1 _ Stam has been found capable mv filling shoes as The sixtieth annual Grand for the team and Peters has been I Convention pf Knights of Pythias to fill the position of | held this week at end who can receive passes Jias five hundred Knights from the of Ohio gathered to transact wUl play an part in business pertaining to this n. a of tho Education and formerly president of the New York State of Agricultural Teachers and Balled to tako up his apr as Near East Relief In plan of development among In. Mr. Allon to In to Inaugurate - extension work and for Neat East Relief and Anatolian deportees placed Iqr tho Settlement on Ian OF part in the of this year's team because the as a whole will be light have The looks pretty The Pythian Sisters also held their convention at the same place and the same This convention is considered by OF G. Olden in tho Chamber of Commerce was tho monthly meeting of this when forty members gathered at the office arid proceeded to demonstrate the same loyalty and co-operative as members did several years when industrially Orrville was iiir by and the entire amount of five the of % packing liy an to their thus their loyalty and doing liit for the of the Slims from to wore of the packing by A. K. Son Paul ably presented by J. W. Kropf of the details which were as the carried in their and were by the executive to the investigation of Industrial arid the Executive Committee five hundred dollars pledged by the Chamber of Commerce for the purchase of the site is only to show the community's moral support and co-operation in making this new 4rom the Purdy announced that he has leased his large warehouse to Milton of who will install from eight ten thousand dollars worth of machinery for the handling of and the slaughtering of poultry which will be trucked into and trucked out the various such as and This new industry will several people he made his debut as Orrville ' outstanding conventions in the in that turned out one of the best teams the ut J J sessions all this week and been that was within their power in a few Chamber of Commerce than an of good and a of three was appointed by President I. H. Ellsworth to the good will to the new The committee appointed was S. M. B. G. Cope and G. F. for the Civic ' bis committee would paint signs three in in compliance of one mile to paint the guidance afternoon Was chosen fOB the of the and called He also presented the nign to tbp the candidates in Monday was devoted to the the game Saturday with tration in the evening welcomes worth high at High School will begin at a the Knights and the Pythian who the Akron and Rotary Clubs at a - joint meeting at Riceland on the field in has had many experiences arid has anxiously 1 he of the He that aviators now look upon only as a means of. getting just as one would get into their automobile and Tho modern means is only faster than the horse or cited the time of several now made by Columbus to 39 to 90 He described the Akron of land and the the the lighting effects of an fur the matter M. add reas Prelate Atwood fine j was to legislative I and this a day filled ' and instructi ve Sept. i tV ni 1 t. D j i feature was Mary mammoth five Ruth | furnishing the Dokkies 117 Pythian Sisters in the Robert 117 Pauline of was the as sodn as was in The this report enn wit h Peanut the value ever 29c in pound Zarle cost excavating and moving of Many cities are of the opinion that there is no need for an and true enough if there no airport there will be no one landing In several years all commercial traveling will be done by Build nests for birds and some birds will make their home with so it is true with the cities that construct the public will land there and as it will be and each will own planes like they now own it is have as large an airport as your will said arid Mr. Poorman ( ach gave a fine exhibition which all heartily Ed. Seas Mr. Fulton city and L. R. Webner and LeChot accompanied him to m H. L. and of N Y ork 226 Martha N. Hanna W. Paul 214 Miss Katherine 214 E. Paul 225 531 S. are among the students enrolled at Wooster College for this Wooster or any college can a student is an President Charles F. Wishart told the 834 in opening is beginning her sixtieth The dedication of Douglass the new men's dormitory and the breaking ground for the Babcock buildings are on the year's OVER of Mrs. M. K. formerly Miss Ruth will have occasion to hear her sing oyer the eastern standard from She is an entrant of the Grand was selected for meeting and through was fixed as the meeting place every five Sam was delegate for the local of Pythian Sisters and she was to that city by Mrs. Earl Vernon the representative of Central No. 212. of Delegates returned home this greatly enthused over the fine you for steck or or early Sunday An invitation to all 91tf ' congregation church school Fora G. S. i ciar load Ford at I a 9rle * Deputy Weaver is rounding out his promised class of twenty-five for his first work for Camp 4142. The class adoption will be held Saturday at 8 o'clock in West The work by the from Security of If you ha vie never seen Smith his men don't miss it. All Woodmen of Orrville and towns are cordially this work goes on the ladies over A. him paring the biggest fish fry in Woodman will ROSS FLM TO BE the convening of the fall term of the Court of at Ross W. of presiding judge of the announced to his friends and members of the Wayne County Bar that he would be a candidate for re-election in 1930. Ninth District Court of Appeals the counties of Medina and C. G. of and W. E. of are Funk's associates on the m Orlo director ofc music in the high has announced latter invited may gather at this hall any g tho you Woodmen who business the eats will not be 9:30rand:::contin.uoffs^from then of the girls club as Violet Martha Mildred Kathryn Ethel Marguerite Helen Pauline Evelyn Virginia Catherine Agnes Doris GUlam and Lepore ' Dorothy Helen Martha ria Mildred Hostettler and Grace 0. M. L. will meet Friday Wild S. of New Folt at private sale Friday Sept. 27 and 28. JMp
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