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   Elyria Democrat, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1915, Elyria, Ohio                               XlWHKR Sfrl ELYRIA, OH1IO. THURSDAY, JUNE 17th, 1015 HOLLAR PER Have You Seen the New Palm Beach Suits, Coats and Skirts In the short time these Suits have been out they have become immensely popular We are showing -llie best styles of them. They are the most practical and sensible tor s.umner wear. They are stylish too, and very smart in appear ance Made ot sheer Palm Beach cloth which is light in weight and in texwornen's 6uits inexpensive that you can easily afford one or more of them. Mute at 38.75, and Coats to Skirts and D. LEWIS COMPANY, Elyna. j family of Cincinnati, early in the week. Another daughter of Mr, F. A. Brownhelm farmer, Frank Peck, who came from Detroit, arregie4 Monday for assault and battery on Julius Bium, son of K. 0. Blum of this place. Young jJluin, with a'vparty of friends, was was also a guest. Miss Marian giteele of the high school teachers, goes to Chicago on Saturday to enter the University's fishing in Vermilion River. They j summer school. saw a large fish tied to a stick in Rev and R. G. Armstrong had the river and Blum proceeded to appropriate it. The latter brought the lish back, after being admonished oy the farmer's wife. Nagle, however, did not know of that circumstance, and in a fit of attacked Bium. The affair will come before Mayor Smythe o.n Friday. A large delegation of Amherst Eagles will go to JLoraiu this Thursday to participate in the uig state conclave parade. At the morning session the Amherst Aerie degree (county Commissioner, at an early as their guests early In the week, the Misses Gertrude and Agnes Vanetta of Brookston, Ind. Russell Baker and his guest, Wayne Johnson of Clearfield, Pa., are enjoying a week's outing at Linwood Park. Miss Grace Rice, daughter.of Mr and Mrs Arthur Rice, graduates this year from Oberlin College, with high honors. The suicide of Henry F. Arudt, team will compete ror uifc prize ritualistic work. Mrs Fred Diner, who was holding her four months' old babe in her sitting in a rocking porch of her home Saturday Specials SWINGS Four foot Swing Four foot all-oak Swing Our Leader, four foot Swing Beverly X four foot Swing Beverlj' B four foot Swing ROCKERS Kaltex Rockers, Special at Kaltex Rockers, regular at FRIDAY THOMAS Furniture "d irectors The Finest Auto invalid Carriage in Lorain County ELVKIA OHIO Saving is a Habit Now is the time to open an account with This Strong Bank to begin the habit of saving. ONE DOLLAR or more will start an account to which additions may be made any time and often. 4 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts remainins- three months or longer. Small or Large Accounts Welcomed. Assets Over Two Million Dollars DRUG NEEDS FOB THE FARM AND HOME are prepared to serve yon well We a tpedalty of Mail orders to the farmers e can always supply what Is Send OB orders by ma" When In town ask for our mailed upon your asking EBEHT'S 457 458 Bell 231R STOKE Broad St Mrs L. Hubbard spent Monday and .Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs Chas. Somers, in Cleveland. j Mrs John Brumby is ill. Mr C. A. Hanna was in Chicago I Junction on Wednesday evening to give an address at the Huron county Christian Endeavor convention. j Miss Callie Bronson left on Monday morning for Bay City, Mich., where she will be the guest of her cousin. Miss Emma Tennant for a month. Mr and Mrs S. Hales spent Sunday with their son Bernard in Wellington. Mr. John F. Frank Calkins, Davidson and Mr recently purchased new automobiles. Arden Groot is in Kansas City for an indefinite time. Mrs E. Kurtz and her grandmother Mrs Hannah Scott of AshtabuJa, are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr E. N. Gibbs spent Monday in Elyria on business. Mr and Mrs Jack Perkins and family, and Dr Crouse and family left on Sunday morning, for Buffalo, by automobile. Mrs Marv Andrews of Toledo is a Hales. of her sister, Mrs Alice Mr and Mrs E. Weber of Elyria spent Sunday at the home ot -Mr and Mrs J. X. Weber. Mr and Mrs A. S. Perkins was in Elyria last week to attend commencement exercises of Elyria High School, their granddaughter, Miss Fern Perkins, being a member of this year's class. Mr W. Granger made a business trip to Elyria one day last week. Mr Fred Wright and family have moved to Akron. Mrs El wood Austin entertained the Thimble Club at an afternoon Tuesday. Miss Lorna Haigh graduated from Oberlin High School, Friday even ing. Mrs Walter Thompson and daughter Jean of Cleveland have been the guests of Miss Grace Prentice the past few days. On Monday evening, Miss Prentice accompanied them home. Kipton defeated the Court House Rats of Elyria in the ball g played here, Saturday. Mr and Mrs L. E. (lessor Genoa visited Mr and Mrs L. Sigsworth last Sunday. ame oi E. Fields Mr and Mrs Robt. Bainbridge and son Ira and family of Elyria motored to the home of Mr Lloyd Hamlin in Medina, Sunday. Hulse-'s Sunday school give the pantomime, Mrs A. J. class will "Rock of at the M. E. church Children's day. Several young ladies will give a shower on Wednesday for .Miss sie Buck, who will be a June bride The funeral of Mrs Henry Neiding, which was held from her late homo. Friday afternoon, was largely atj ments soon, tended. The flowers were many and tnls because arms, while chair on the last Saturday, rocked backwards and fell down four steps. The babe sustained a bad bruise on its head and the mother was much shaken Up as a result of the, fall. The remains of Miss Margaret I Stuart of Elyria were brought to Amherst, Tuesday afternoon, burial taking place in Crown Hill cemetery. The ramily formerly resided iur-. The deceased was 23 years of age and died of tuberculosis. Commencement exercises of Amherst township schools will be held in the Congregational church at South Amherst, Friday evening, nineteen pupite having successfully passed the eighth grade tests. Four other township pupils passed the same grade tests in Amherst village schools, making a total of twenty-three eligible to high school privileges. Mr and Mrs Fred Berger, of South Amherst lost their three year old son Edwardby death, last Friday. The little boy had been ill from spinal meningitis the past three weeks. The funeral services were conducted from St. John's Evangelical church, Rev A. Egli officiating. Five fraternal orders of Amherst held combined memorial exercises for departed brethren, Sunday afternoon. The orders taking part were the Royal Neighbors, Modern Woodmen of America, Knights and of Security, Foresters of America and Swiss Helvetia Lodge. Dr W. G. Smith of Ravenna delivered the address and the Henrietta band headed the procession -to the cemetery, where the graves of members were decorated. Children's day exercises of much interest took place at the Congregational church, Sunday .morning. Walter Zerold had his forearm badly torn in an accident at the U. S. Automatic Co.'s plant last Thursday afternoon, while operating a drill press. Chas. Lakofsky, a, workman at the same plant had his right arm hurt later in the day. A number of Hungarians occupying a box car near the Quigley quarry, returned one night last week, to find that some thieves had gotten away with clothing, money and watches, that had been left in their quarters. Joe Boraksky, of South Amherst, was fined and given thirty days in jail by Justice Foster last Thursday. The man's "wife had grown tired .whenever he was under the' influence of liquor, and had him arrested. Miss Helen Walker gave a very pleasant tennis party last Thursday afternoon, when Misses lona Kaser and Helen Menz proved 'to be champions in doubles and 'Miss Heli-n Menz in singles. r. Mrs Emma Wilford left last week for Indianapolis to visit her daughter, Mrs Edward Felger. She will also spend some time with another daughter in Illinois, and will be absent several months. Geo. Deuschle of Brownhdm underwent an operation at St. Joseph's hospital, Lorain, last week, for the removal of a growth on his neck The Ohio Quarry ball team will erect 'a grand stand on its ball grounds and make Other improvehour, 'Wednesday morning, at his home on the West Side, greatlyshocked this community. After finding a. note to the effect that he would take his life, his wife began search for him. The body was found face downward, he having shot himself through the heart. Mr Arndt was despondent over continued illness and believed himself suffering f rom an incurable disease. He' was prominently identified with the affairs of Amherst and the county, and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. The local Chamber of Commerce met with the village council, Monday night, for the purpose of improving Milan Street by macadamizing or otherwise. The council adopted a resolution, Monday nigh.t to restrict begging. A committee of three will pass on the merits of each variety ofsolicitation and will license the worthy. North Ridreville Miss Agnes Kruger went to O., Wednesday, to attend the matriage of her cousin, Miss Edith Hazel. Children's day exercises will be: held at the Congregational church next Sunday morning, the service beginning at o'clock. J. P. Schmittgen has purchased a Mitchell car. Mrs F. C. Mauner is visiting her parents in Cleveland this weefc Miss Frances Owen left Saturday: for Detroit, where she .will spend the summer. Mr and Mrs C. B. Joslyn, in company with Cleveland friends, spent Sunday in Vermilion, with their daughter, Mrs T. M. Conger; Mr and Mrs Nicholas Diederich Sheffield visited the former's brother, Frank Diederich, and family on Sunday. Geo. E. Sartwell of Washington, D, C., has announced his engagement to a young lady of the same city. Miss Alene Gilder has gone to Cleveland to spend some time with, her aunt, Mrs Roberts. Dr. and Mrs P. L. Morgan aud. daughter Ellen spent Sunday with. Cleveland friends. Mrs H. G. Stacey, Miss Lou Ault Mr Marshall and Mr Chambers wereamong those who went to -Oberlin Sunday afternoon, to hear the baccalaureate address. .Eugent Wilson is the guest of Cleveland friends this week. Mrs. G-eo. Stoerkel and daughter of Elyria are spending a few days witfc Miss Ruth Harris. Rev. R. A. McConnell will give a stereopticon lecture at the Congregational church next Sunday evening, to begin at 7 o'clock. This will. Miss Carrie Schmitkons left this j prove instructive as well as enterThursday for a trip to the Pacific coast with her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Schmitkons of Elyria. A number of neighbors and friends of Mrs John Nicholl, Sr., gave her a pleasant surprise Tuesday evening, it being her birthday anniversary. Avon Mrs Howard Sweet and daughter Annette spent several days of last week in Elyria, Born, to Mr and Mrs Bert Welch, a son, June 13th. Mr and Mrs Collie Sweet children of Rocky River spent the week end at the home of Wallie Johnson. Mrs Jessie Walton oi' Lakewood was a guest of her sister, Mrs Wii Barrett last week. Mr and Mrs Herbert Pope son of Rocky River spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Scott Fitch. Children's day was observed at the Baptist church, Sunday night. Mr Judson Harold and Miss Maude Young spent Saturday in Cleveland. Mr and Mrs Geo. Wagner attended the undertakers' contention in Toledo last week. Miss Clara Pickering of Rocky spent Sunday with Miss Lou Hurst. Mrs Clara Dodd and son James of Dover spent several days of last week with her mother, Mrs James beautiful, indicating the high esteem in which the deceased was held. Mrs Burr of Elyria svas a guest of Mrs E. D. Dye, Friday. The commencement exorcises Elyria were attended by a large num her from this place. Mr and Mrs Verne Harding of Elyria were guests of the latter's parents, Sunday. Mrs E. Thompson entertained the W. W. Society on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Myrtle Haven entertains the Eaton Aid Society, Thursday. Children's day services at the Church of Christ will be held on Sunday at a. m. Preaching services by the pastor, C. C. Maple, at a. m. and 7 p. m. All are welcome. They are able to do of a generous check from the Ohio Quarries Co. Mrs L. D. Shaffer and Miss Alice Kelch had as their guest during the past week, their sister, Sister Cyril, of th'e Orphan's Home for Boys at Louisville, Ky. Sister Cyril was Miss Mary Kelch before entering the convent and had not seen the members of her family for many years. Mrs Bert, Jenne and little son were able to return home from St. John's hospital. Lorain, last Saturday. Mrs R. C. Schaeffer is in ColumBrooks. Banns have taining, and will be free. All should" hear it. Mrs. C. A. Owen of Detroit, with her daughter Cadias.. are guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Jas. Beveiidge, for several days. Russell Emmons has been ill during the past week, but isnow improving. Mr and Mrs J. H. VanArsdale and Howard VanArsdale spent Sundayvisiting friends in Columbia. Edna Fletcher. daughter of Mrand Mrs Chas. Fletcher. who died: on Tuesday at the home of her parents in Elyria, will be buried itt the Ridgevilie cemetery, Thursday ernoon at o'clock. The family lived here before removing to Elyria Miss Marjorie Emmons returned" home on Wednesday from Oberlin, where she has been attendingcollege, and on Friday She goes taCleveland to take up social settlement work at Hiram House. Percy Eld red of West Park spent Sunday with his parents. The Sunshine Society will be entertained by Mrs S. H. Shaw and Miss Shaw, Friday afternoon. Light refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited to attend. The C. E. Society will hold a sherbet social at the home of Rev and Mrs R. A. .McConnell, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs N. J. Smith of Elyria spent Sunday with the former'spar- been published en.ts, Mr and for Miss Jennie the marriage of Miss Katharine Schuster and Mr Win. Bergline of Elyria. Mrs Martindale, Miss Delia Sawyer and Chas. Wilford were in LaG range on Sunday. Marian and George Henson of Amherst spent Sunday with friends here. Miss Adeline Simon of Dover was a guest of Miss Louise Fitch last Sunday. Mrs L. C. Warden and son, of Lorain; are spending the week with Mr and Mrs Jos. Jameson. Geo. Ackerman is drilling a gas well. Mr and Mrs Geo. Pickering and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr Herbert Pickering at Rocky River. Mrs Webber and Miss -Mary Webber attended commencement in Elyria last week. Mrs John Smith-. E. Mills, of called on friends in town, Mr and Mrs A. L. Roth went to Cleveland this Thursday to the commencement exercises of Spencerian College. Their nephew. Theodore Roth, of Columbia, is a member of the graduating class. The young ladies of St. Peter's church hold a strawberry and ice cream festival at the school house, this Thursday, evening. Miss Verna Smith of Souths rain is visiting her sister, Mrs: Nicholas Juchem. Mr and Mrs Frank Cich'y entertained the members of their fam ily on Sunday, their guests being Mr ami Mrs Ed. Cichy and Miss Olga Cichy of Cleveland, Mr and Mrs Geo. Urig and daughter of Rocky River and Mr and Mrs Leo Cichy.. Mrs Webber and Miss Mary, Webbr of Avon, in company with MrH. B. Martindale, postmaster and j and Mrs J. P.-Barr-.-. attended cornprominent resident of Avon, died at his home, Wednesday afternoon, following a stroke of apoplexy. The deceased is survived by his wife and one sister. Mrs Harris, of land. The funeral services will be held Saturday at p. m. menceme.nt in Elyria last Wednesday; even ins bus, attending the graduating exerj Aaf_mscises of the dental department of Columbia Mrs Mary Goeltz of Ashland, Wis., accompanied by her two children, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs Frank Adams. Mrs Mame Adams of St. Louis, has been the guest of Mrs Alice North Russia Several people from this place attended the meeting of Pomona Grange in Oberlin, Saturday. Edwin Hoeh is ill from mumps Alvin B mis of Chestnut Ridge called on hie grandmother, Mrs Nash, one day last week. The Russia township commencement will be held in District No. 2 this Thursday evening. Several people from here attended Oberlin High School commencement, Friday night. Miss Oenevieve Klingshirn was a member of the class. Ed. Eckbauer and Miss Berg were In Lorain, Sunday. W. S. Nash of Chestnut Ridge called at the home of A. B. Gibson last Friday. Walter Wassem and family and Fred Berg and family spent Sunday with relatives Amherst. Mrs Lydia Bern and Mrs Lydia Peters of are spending the entertained Mr Frank with daughter, Layman, and Ohio State University, her son. W. G. Schaeffer, being a member of this year's class. W. C. Roe was home from Wheeling for over Sunday. Mr and Mrs E. C. Schuler vslited their daughter, Mrs A. J. Earl, of Cleveland, over Sunday. Rev J. H. Smith and family are visiting relatives and friends In Delaware and Cardington thfs week. Misses Ethel and Beryll Kuw were guests of Oberlin relatives for commencement exercises of the college. Miss Genevieve Kimmel, who was the guest of her aunt, Mrs Norton, for a couple of weeks, returned to her home In Cleveland last Saturday A. J. Richmond of Middle Ridge is seriously ill. Rev and Mrs J. G. Ziegler' are absent foe. a week, enjoying a trip to Montreal, where they will attend a church convention. They will visit New York City before their return. Mrs Earl Mandeville Is making Mr and Mrs Chas. Brasee have been entertaining their sister-in-law from Grafton Miss Evelyn Milleii is a week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Pitch. Mr. Wm. Beaumont is enteVtamtng his mother from Cleveland, Mr and Mrs Hance (and Mr and Mrs Frank Adams attended the Hardscrabble school reunion last Saturday. It was the ninety-ninth anniversary of the ''establishment of the school at that place. It was the first school In Liverpool township and the second in Medina county. Mr and Mrs Ad. Berndsen and little daughter of Cleveland spent Sunday with Mr Berndsen's parents: Mr and Mrs Geo. Alien are entertaining Mrs Ray Doneghue and two children of North Dakota. Children's day will be observed Sunday at the M. E. church.' Mrs W. D. Cole accompanied her sister, Mrs Chas. Longbon, to Cleveland on Wednesday, where the latter is to receive operative treatment by Dr Crile. excellent progress toward health at I Mr and Mre Wm Bastard and St hospital, where she has j Howard Van Arsdale of Ridgeville been for treatment the past three were of here last weeks. j Sunday. Mr and Mrs .Tulliin Peck of BrownM1" Bdlth in attend a clam University. West Rictee The Ladies' Aid Society will been ter t.ained by Mrs Adam Hahn and Mrs Henry. ''Pallas at the home of the former'bn Wednesday June 23rd. 'Mrs B. O. Pope attended commencement exercises in Obrlin, Sunday. Carlisle Grange will observe Children's day this Thursday evening. Mrs Irene Kieth returned to Grafton on Friday, after spending several weeks with relatives on the Ridge. Mrs Lucy Miller entertained meeting of the Grangfe Ladies' Aid .Societylast Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs H. Versoy ed the 'funeral of '.the lattex's mother "Mrs Smith of Wellington, Thursday. Her death occurred at the home of her daughter in Cleveland, Tuesday. Mr H. Bailing has again been inr poor health. Mrs Chas. Fowl will entertain the Ladies' AW Society of the, churchshe attends in Elyria, on Thursday. Mrs Lucy Miller had fas guests on Sunday Misses Margaret Morgan and? Jane Waters, of McKeesport, Pa.. and Mrs Martin Roberts and sflr children of Elyria. Miss Waters will remain for some time. Willis B Coale of Oberlin a guest of Mr and Mrs B. O. Pope on Monday. Mr Coale, who was engaged in Sunday school work onr the Ridge the past two, years, graduated from Oberlin TheologlcaF Seminary ,laat month. His will be Interested to learn that he goes with his bride as a missionary to the Hawaiian Island? in Ausrurt. Mr Coale was an earneat, faithfuF worker in the Master's cause hie friends wish him a career In his chosen field of missionary service. MlM Florence Popcjt home from Chicago on   

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