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   Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - September 27, 1929, Orrville, Ohio                                 : ; r ■ • ; ,  ^ ■ '' . ■ . IS t - , •  < ». ■  .'11  Home Paper For Home Town  Orrville the Friendliest City  VOLUME LXI—NUMBER Ï3. Entered as accond class matter at Postoffice at Orrville, Ohio.  OmtVILLE. OHIQ FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1929.  $2.00 A YEAR—FIVE CENTS A COPii  S  CHIEF SNAVELY ANSWERS THE I LAST SIMMONS  I . *  Edward F. Snavely, for fifteen years a very efficient fire chief of Wooster, died suddenly at his home^ on Hold  The Jc^f had been ¿rdered to bed_ " "By his- pTiysician'"K)r " a week's I'egr from his regular duties. He suffered a* hemorrhage and his condition grew rapidly worse, death relieving him from his suffering. Death was due to complications of liver and l^idney trouble.  He lived his entire life in Woosier  was appomted Fire Cnief by Mayor P. M., Van Over. ,He was aged G9 years.  Surviving him are, his wife, Elizabeth; one son, Louis T. Snavely; one brothier, William Snavely, of Wooster; and one .sister, Mrs. J. Coulter, of Cleveland.  Fire Chief Snavely was one of the outstanding fire chiefs of the state. He was at all times courteous to stfangers who visited the Wooster fire department. His many years of experience made him a capable chief and these experiences he was always willing and ready to relate to other chiefs. The writer experienced this relationship with Fire Chief Snavely and several suggestions that.h^ made were put into practice with gratifying results. He was an enemy of ^rubbish and as much-good work was- done-in-preventirig fires as extinguishing them after they occurred.  Funeral services were held at the home in Wooster it three o'clock Wednesday afternoon. . Rev. R. B. Perry officiated.  Finance Juggler)  YOUNG MOTHER ISSÜMMONED  ). Waggoner, president o of Tclluride, Cbloradoi  Bank  fess^d when captured in New York after a Jiationwide , search that he had tricked >six New York banks out of <500,000 in order to distribute it among his creditors and the deposit ,tors in his tottering "bank. It is »aid that,, two years would be necedtery to untangfe the financial snarL' » '  RED AND WHITE  DIEDpSDAY  Irvin Amstutz, 35, of Dalton, died at 3:30 Tuesday morning in the Mas-.sillon city hospital from peritonitis which developed from an injury sus-t^ed last Friday.  Amstutz wai^ -isranking a tractor on the E. S. Wertz dairy farm, operated by Ora Johnson, when the tractor backfired and" the crank struck him  Columbus, O., Sept. 26.—^A class of ^pi^xiinateljLSfiflilJiew students will >re Sept. 2B-30 at Ohio State  Mrs. Samuel I. NUssbaum peacj-fullji passed amy' at her home one mile north of Kidron at 5:30 Wednesday night, following, .the birth of a still-born babe. She gave birth to the child Wednesday morning and her condition grew rapidly worse rapidly, resulting in death. She was aged 32  .shock Qf, the ao^^ over^ .Am  stutz continued Ayiffi his Work several hours when the pain became so intense hu was forced to quit.  Saturday he was taken to the hospital where it was found he had sustained internal injuriés. An operation -, _ ^ .. . was performed in the hope of giving  re and 5 months at time of de^ath. ^e sank rapidly to his  1rs. Nussbaum was a mother of six [ ¿g^t^ çhildren,_ranging in age _^om H to 2 jij.." Amstutz was a son of Mr. and  gather here University for the third annual "Freshmen Week" to get pointers on higher education.  They will be welcomed by univer-: sity officials, taken on a tour of the campus, undergo certain examinations and get helpful hints on how to study and how to get the most out of a uni-' versity education.  The class includes the following prospective students from Orrville:  Thomas Prechtel, Robert Lee, Harold -  Dale Rieder.  years. They are Ida, Melvln, ^ia, Pfarl, Mildred and Leah-^ranros. phe is survived by TatKer, Wm. HT I^nitHiL'^e^^m Mrs, Eli J. Nussbaum, south of Kidr  Cyrus Lehman, of Kidron, and Willis Lehman, of MarsBaíIvilIé.  Mrs. Joël Amstutz, of Kidron. Ho is jutn^isd by 4;]»reé brother, Adam and l ^eon, of Kidron, and Elmer, of Dal--ton|-and-iby three sisters, Alice, Mas-sîllon Mrs. WTa. Eshdmaii, Dalton and 'MmTDapiel Ebcrly, nortp of Dat-ton.  o'clock, and at Sonnenberg church, of church.  member TsT^ffie ^SfarEin Mënnomff  .whiclt-she was __^  "SatuFdteyTHorningr Bnrhil iri Sonneri-, bërg cemetery.  ^Fimopäl services were heldiinniuö®:  Eshèlinan Tiome àt 1:0Ö' o'clock ^ïïis  : B. A", Davenpori;, ^wfiaThas-^orlthe  Orrville Candy Kitchen, Iws decided to discontinue business on Satur-day.  Mr. Davenport made his decision when an offer was made him by his brother at Medina, who is in the mer,.^ cantile 'business,in that city, HeTstat-' ed that ire-liad—several-^ospective buyers, and possibly the place will be ; sold and continue in operation.  MATffiœr  IS STAJ? CHOSEN  The staff of the Red and White, the high school annual, has been elected and have held their organization meeting. The members of the staff who are responsible for the task of puWng^ut a better book this year tEan ever before, are as follows: Editpr-in-Chief.......; A41enHVfurrfty,  Faculty Advisor----J. S. Barrington  Business Manager........Paul Reed  Literary Editoiw ....................  ... Ruth Trvin and Miriam Bonham Boys Athlctic Editor. . .Elmer Arnold Girls Athletic Editor.. Lucile Wiiigerl Joke Editor .... . .Rex Rhihesmith  Typist ............ .Beatrice Snyder  Senior Reporter.......Earnest Starn  Junior Reporter .........Laroy Miller  Sopohoniore Reporter ............  ........... — :.. Paujine Bowers  Freshman Reporter.....Dori.s Gilfam  Assistant Eklitor ........Ross Horst  Assistant Business Manager......  ................... Bruce Schantz  Sophomore Aissistant Business, Manager i ____.......... Carl T.schantz  YOUNG PEOPLE AT OHIO STATE  CHAPEL PROGRAM AT HI® SCHOOL  In preparation for the football game Saturday with Wadsworth here the gerater part of the lassembly pro-jjram Wednesday aftenfcbn was turn-^ over to th« cheer, leaders who led the student body in a number of cheers, including -soine new oriesy^ wTjichTwilTbe hcard^n Ort^iTlft  ..first time Saturday. M[ike Neman, Amqtijj^V whoJwa3_UTliMrEÍMg.wM4j^ead- cheffl: leader; arranged thè new  yeHs,; The aiiigmg of the songs " The=dexatianal period  wsíaffiiuüSí  by Principar JT Si: Barriffgton, who  .ThyiEsday afternoon^ an^ from Ihe, jead-irom- IiCorintianaJL3^-.JiIr.._JBafc_L Martin church at 2 o'clock. " rin^n announced^tBST ther» would  bè no cllibs formed to hold meetings durittg^heol-hours-this-year^-a«- they : were year,  jy^jl .^A cco  be!mtablislied in the______ _ „.  Mr. Wcldeh Moore, of thé commercial department, 'being in charge of all money.' • ----------  John Fouch, former proprietor the Sanitary M<  of  ____________ eat Market, on Wed-  hesday nip-ht closed the deal for the  purchase of the Sanitary Market from Paul Bechtol, áiia"  MRS. B. HOOVER  ¡charge on next, Monday morning.  If the place is not fiold the doors will be closed and the stock taken to'^^yfJ^^'X th^^^^ her sister-in-law, Mrs. Benj. Hoov-  Medina._; The fi:rt«es will rema^^^  Mrs. Anna Carver this Thursday received an announcement of the death  the room temporarily at^Ieast.  Philip Saure^!s^on road, and will make sausage and_ engage in wholesale as well as retail of ¡high class quality meats. He will  NOTICE TO HUNTERSr , . _  »„Sf'nl^^iri "maintain his^ former motto. "Quality  ^r ci" "ty and Cleanliness." and will be glad to  tuhin S^ nlfSTri^f«^ «Id customers as well as  within the city hmits ls against thel jj-jx- f  i S LchtoirrS from the re-  CARL E. CONGDON.  JR O. U. A. M. NOTICE.  There will ibe no regular meeting of Orrville Council. No. 371, on Friday, Sept. 27, on account of the social, to which all members and their families are cordially invited; also members of D. of A. lodge, and their families. If ' The annual Rally Day in the Pres-you have a house guest, or a prospec- byterian church is set for next Sun-tive member bringf them too. Broth- day, Sept. 29. The purpose of this ers of the Jr. O. U. A. M. ^11 take'day is to rally all organizations and  his father in the packing business, their new factory building to be con-s.tructed in the near future.  RALLY PROGRAM  notice that this is the end of the [uarter and yout next term's dues are  .di  ue.  G. W. Gerhart, Councilor.  BAUGHMAN GRANGE  forces of the church school and con-^egation from the »cattering tendency of the summer months and en-thusiastiially unite for la new year of Aworship.^ The—beautlfuLmanth^ .of October begins the new season of 1 church activity. ' .  mCDT AV AT rr» li'Ai» The leaders are utiiing the fullest m»rL.Alt Ai f AlK possible attendance of both congrega-  , _ . ' —-r . I tion and church school. Let all classes  Baughman Grange will hold an be one hundred per cent in attendance agricultural di.iplay at^ the Granga a»,; enthusiasm. A Rally Day pro-Hall Monday evening, Sept.  paratory to taking an exhibit to the suggBstive theme: "Be Ye - Trans-  /•niinfv Tnir f^raho>0««a nlacicn i». _ i tt __-i.it l . \  -------fair. Grangers please fomed." will beigivcn  / bear m_jnindUlhat the <i!i»ntity..jmd marmiuf \  quality of the produce brought Mon-; ^¡n be an install, - day evening will d^mine-the sue- teachers aTid offl  -ce^.of.the Orange at the fair, 'Thf ¡chool and all arc urged to- —  puMw mvU^ to at^ the dis- pi^wcrs are fclway» appelated and play, which wU prove interesting. • ggj beauty to the service, 'Those hav. -------------' ing" flWertr to oontriliute^ will-plea«e  away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. CamUla Rowley, at Kiona. Wash.; on September 12th. She was aged 74 years  She is survived by six children: two sons, Roscoe, of Seattle, Wash.; Lin-del, of Ellenburg, Wash.; and four daughters: Mrs. Musdora Antles and Mrs. CeliaJfilLJbalanskyv^f -Sunny  Side, Wash.; Mrs. Camilla Rowley, of Kiona, Wash,; and Mrs. Angie Zook, of Sainta Anna, Calif. She is also survived by seventeen grandchildren.  Burial at Kiona, Washington.  EAST CHIPPEWA HOME-COMING  There will be a home-coming and harvest meeting at the East Chippewa church, five miles northwest of Orrville. on Sunday, Sept. 29. There will be services both forenoon and afternoon. Edward SKepfer, of Sugar-creek, Ohio, will be the speaker. A welcome is. extended to all who care to come and enjoy the day with us.  FAffi TORAM  --rw >Mé-^  -Tw  Placing all e:  vfîTtm-  ft>¡ls.  Wednesday, Oc^. 2—Morning.  9:00—,Tudge Cattle, Sht-ip, Poultry, 1 Women's WoiU, Ajrrlcultural Products, Horticultural Products and 4-1 [ I'oultry, Pigs and Baby Bei vcs.  Afternoiin.  1:00—Auction saU (.f 4-H B:il>y Beeves. Racc.s-r-2:24 Trot, 2:22 Pace, 2:Hi Trot.  l:riO~Jiidge 4-H Dairy Heifers.  2:00-^udge Grange iind Vocational High School Kf{hibits.  Evenlnjr.  7:.10—Cattle Parade. All winning cattic will parade in fxant of . grandstand, linterta¡nrtienl,—.  . . ^f^i^xmr Ffii^i Yííw  Quartette. Dialojíu;.', and one-act play, "Tho Neighbors," written by, ?;ona Gale, Smith-' ville Farm Bureau. Fireworks program. -  Thursday, Oct. :S-.<-Mornin«r.  9:00—^Judpe Draft llonies and Hogs.  Afternoon.  1:00--Racos. 2:16 I'aee, 2:18 Trot, 2:18 Pace.  Evening.  7:30-^Horse parade, all winning horses partieinating. Entertainment by Valley College Grange, a three-act comedy, "Cyclone Sally." Fireworks. Friday, Oct. 4-^Morning.  10:00-^Pulling contest. All. teams to be weired promptly at 10. ■will proceed immedi-  ORRVILLE HIGH GRH) VETERANS  »reek  AMütt In « ivemmenl Plan  Pulling wli:  -ately-^ftffafter,,  Afternoon,  1:00—Juding Parish Jersey Show. Races, 2:13 Trot, 2:12 Pace, 2:20 Trot. Music for the Fair. The Wooster Band wil'. furnish .the nusie for Wednesday's Fair crowd. The Wooster Band always pleases its learers. If the governor finds it pos-uble to come to tJie fair, the band will leàd the parade while he is looking  di-3ver-the--exlMbits-ftt--fehe-4Mr-r-—--------  On Thursday Willie Green's Band will furnish thè music. This band in ipectacular uniforms made a big hit at the Dover fair last week and will repeat at the Wayne'County Fair.  The Orrville Band has been engaged to entertain the music lovers who attend the fair on ^iday. This band has made a reputation for itself in the Northeastern part Of the coUnty and thA fair crowd wilj be pleased with their entertainmenilon Friday.  And. least but not in  jnteftairiinfe abflit^j' Wooster's Old Time Orchestra wIlTìa^^ be  tween acts during tnè'^vening enter-tSnSifim?!».—  a new set of •"bones" for this^ecial oycaaioa and has prbns^ised^ make them rattle, t^: r  mmii  mm  JOINT Ml  b:  • More people than ever before in  vlli'i-iyjv^.  SHOWjNG WELL  The prospects for a good Orrville ' high school football team will be i :is'-H;rtaino<l on Saturday afternoon. \ Coach Richard K. White and hiw uk-' distants W. W. "Stuliby" J.ackson and Charles "Charlie" Chisntll haveVight letter men hack Ihi.s year and around these boys the coaches , have. built their team.  The veteran« hack are Ulrich, Rur-key, Krw t and Bleutnlciri, backfîêrd  and Hu'itsberK"r, lin(>snién. Huiil«-berger, while only a .Sopohomo/c last year, played a good game at taekle, d'ïtvi l'jiiing throughout the season and .it the end showed that he. was a real corner. .  Ulrich, Burkey, Frost and Bleum-; lein played the whole .season in tlie baekfield, being «hifted from one position to another at various times <lur-ing the season, showing up well in all these positions.  F. Starn held down a tackle iM).sition all last year, and was one of the outstanding men in the forward .wall. He will be used at that position again this year in order to give the wall as much .strength as possible. Gardner, a veteran gudrd. will also be kept in the same position.  The other letterman for the line is  ^Lester Wakefteld._^Ake;________________  "Cotty" Hoffman had quite a struggle, for the end position last year, but this year Hoffman is out and Wakefield has steadily improved so that he will I have a corner on the job for this sea-.son.  Coach Whits, has uncovered one end, a guard and a center for the first defense and in addition has found some valuable reserve material. The baekfield has needed no filling in and is ready for the first game beeajuse with np new men to be placed there, the "¿nty work'X5acH''W1ttte"Ms had "WSr in developing some reserves.  there are very few things that remain to worry the coach. Up to date 1 _  Earnest Stam has been found capable mv „:vti„fi, ««„„„i. i r  Df filling Cfia>les ,Starn's shoes as cen- The sixtieth annual Grand Lodge  ter for the team and Peters has been I Convention pf Knights of Pythias was  developed to fill the position of guard. | held this week at Logan. Ohio, when  An end who can receive passes Jias five hundred Knights from the state  S c'rtrïa^nïs. I^'ait'SlS- of Ohio gathered to transact import-which wUl play an Rnpoirtant part in «"t business pertaining to this fra-  Ilarold n. Alien, a maniber of tho Natipnal Education AMOclatlon and formerly president of the New York State Aaa^clation of Agricultural Teachers and Principals, ro-centl/ Balled to tako up his apr polntment as Near East Relief n<t-. vtoor In tl^ Ortelt Oovernment plan of avrtouKQKl development among refugee« In. Macedonia. Mr. Allon "went to RUHlaH'Armenia In lU2(i to^d^ee^^fl^Amgrtcain  Oreece to Inaugurate - extension work and "form clinics" for Neat East Relief oi^taana and Anatolian deportees placed Iqr tho Refuge« Settlement Commiaaon on Mucedon* Ian farma. *  CONVENTION OF K.OFP,SHELD  AT LOGAN, OHIO  poirtant part in the off^niie of this year's team because the eleveiii as a whole will be light aild^gootl-^iMWet» have been^ developed^ The orttire eleven^ looks pretty good^  ja  ternity. The Pythian Sisters also held their convention at the same place and at" the same time. This convention is considered by the  C. OF G. MEETING  FORM YEARS  Just lik<> "Ye Olden Times" in tho Chamber of Commerce work, was tho rejrular monthly meeting of this or- , Kaiii/arirni ¡WTimliiyTu.i.'rhi, when forty members gathered at the mayor'.s office arid proceeded to demonstrate the same loyalty and co-operative r;pirit as members did several years a>j;<), when industrially Orrville was crow- , iiir by iea))s and bounds, <  ¡'i-iM'tiL-ally the entire amount of five htmilr-.'d dolrar« I'di- the purchaKe of a  Tffvi- .vt •Bt'cHtDi % packing -tiouM w;is raised, liy pon.ular suhscrip-tioii; i'V lyoni; was! tïiven an oppor-'.iniity to su!)H( ril)e their amount, thus ■sKiiwiii);' their loyalty and doing their, liit for the uriliuildinf; of the community. Slims from to !i!25 wore subscribed. ; __ ,  Thé consU'uclitm of the packing hou.se by A. K. Hechtol & Son Paul v.'às ably presented by J. W. Kropf of the, Indu.strial .comuiitteo, the details (if which were as the Courier-Crescent carried in their article, and were en-dorsi'd by the executive committee, .,\nd aecordiiig to the investigation of tH« Industrial Comrnittee 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 itistitution ;a decidediiueeeas 4rom the stîirt. ' .  lîrnest Purdy announced that he has . leased his large warehouse to Milton Yoder, of Barberton. who will install from eight .'to ten thousand dollars worth of machinery for the handling of «(Tgs and the slaughtering of poultry which will be trucked into On^lle and trucked out to. the various lai^ge markets, such as Cleveland, Akron,-Canton and Youngstown. This new industry will omploj» several people -W-hea-under-fulL-fmeratiaiU-ahich will  since he made his debut as Orrville ' outstanding conventions in the history  Jmrkxoach.-and in that year. iM7,3e turned out one of the best teams the  of the order.  tW  The peoplt- ; ut Logan.  Wf^i'f^ VfTV ihf>Bnitflhlf L.Kwl—  »» • » J J lUOf JI 1 » IIU vfTT  practice sessions all this week and has- been ¿»pent in' aerim-î  courtesy that was within their power jtnd- privilege  bo in a few weeks.  rMi'v—Yoder asks^ nothings-more-f«om -the Chamber of Commerce than an oxnression of good will, and a com-mittw of three was appointed by President I. H. Ellsworth to exttod the Chamber's good will to the new oroprietor. The committee appointed was S. M. Kirk, B. G. Cope and Wm. G. Hceksh.  Dr. F. L, Phillips, for the Civic Iptl- ' nrovement Committee, renorted thilt, bis committee would paint signs on' three pronjiiient buildindrs in M.. in compliance tOTrlaw requfrini;^ of one mile to paint four-sismi '  "ity for~ the guidance of_ at^__  Wedm'sdfiy afternoon Was chosen fOB the jwintfng of the .sifl«ns and h«^ called .  work. He also presented the pronosi- .  f=4Hmninnrtin>r-6ne nign ard^thi»^ TYintfw \vaa rcferrpd- to tbp ptrbHrjBi^^^  maglng the candidates in preparation. Monday was devoted to the regis-for the game Saturday with Wads- tration and: in the evening welcomes worth high at thé High School Ath-rwere extended. Juïlge Whitcraft,~-of lètîc~Field.—The .gftme will begin at , Logun.^xtemtod a -very cordia^ wel^  three o'clock.  come addre.ss to, the Knights and the Pythian .Sisters, who -had—asaembled  iPulton, o.f the Akron airport,^ addresi-ed seventy-flVe members" of-,the Ex--change and Rotary Clubs at a - joint meeting at Riceland on Tu(»day_ noon.^ —Mr^-Ftflton,^-who.-five—jteara -.ago. stMtei the Fulton_ field in Akron, has had many . experiences arid has anxiously watchcd 1 he developnrient of the industry. He .stated that aviators now look upon fiyin.? only as a means of. getting som^whero, just as one would get into their automobile and go. Tho modern means is only faster than ^e oxen, the horse or automobile.  He cited the time of several trip.<i now made by plane: Columbus to Akron, 39 minutes; .Akron to Detroit. 90 minutes. He described the Akron air-' »f ^nn fffm.. of land and the land  3ry«>i: the coriyention. ~ SÌuprcMn«-^ ('bari~:  ^^^ Ser-  Mce cIïïFis of^the tíltv-to dev«»»»-wDibb f"r fnrni.sih'nfr the lighting effects to  illuminate thfl sipn»,..... :____  , Soew'taiy ^ T^ Ponti«« nrésented. Hi" i»'!iHei' of Bucurii'ig an ai'-norl fur Orrville, ffri<i the matter vrns discussed  -l &elly >Alva M. LuinpMri,-^  JJJ3 lycreq^il jpiust^jj^uj add reas =tTO -prnicrples wnf growth^f^he-.Supreme Prelate Atwood gave  •OR  order.  a fine address, j • Tiie.sday was devote<l to legislative I prOceedures and this was" a day filled ' with^Tritor(!stinif and instructi ve work  Wooster, Sept. m==DorÌ3 . Fetzer, i ^^ich a^deleg  1 tV ni 1 t. D j i '"»i feature ofTThe «onvenEion was .219 Orr-.st, Mary Fletcher, Bowdd.l^ho mammoth parade, %ith five l.an.ls  Homer Forrer, Ruth Kinney. C50.West | furnishing the music, aiid Dokkies anil  Market-st., Mildred'Myers, 117 Orr-' Pythian Sisters in the parade.  .St., Robert Myers, 117 Orr-st., Pauline ! i-ha^, .lustice, of Marion, was chos-  tiik<«ri. ----—::—  The erilortalririioril comriiittee îinjrtiîd ;ih:9idight^Un the niembers as sodn as adiournment was in owler. The monibnra. verw-■»racionKlv this report and-mr"<'dii)t."l" Fdiou'-nt'd ^»le meeting. nr"f enn "•the mooting" wit h th<^ ínter»-tsTtfmiíníi.-íwmwrttr?™:—-----------  -—Hein's Peanut Brittle, the big; value ever offered. 29c in pound Zarle & Wilhelm.  Votber  alone cost $8.50,000 besides.the excavating and moving of ground. Many cities are of the opinion that there is no need for an airport, and true enough if there i." no airport there will be no one landing there. In several years all commercial traveling will be done by air. Build nests for birds and some birds will make their home with you. so it is true with the cities that construct airports, the public will land there and as it will be ■general and each will own planes like they now own automobiles, it is neces-sarylla have as large an airport as your pocketbo"k will stand, said Ful-' ton,  —Following the-Tn®cting- ]Vhv~Pulton arid Mr. Poorman ( ach gave a fine exhibition fiight which all heartily enjoyed.  D, Ed. Seas acconspanied Mr. Fulton to'this city and L. R. Webner and Joim; LeChot accompanied him to Akron;  ~Gues ts^of "the m cetfag' "weroTM ar.<fhal  verV Warren* Badi^i-tschcr, Rotariana. of^ttmanr^^-"WiHanran, Gantonr-.1. H. Poorman. L. IClVebner and Vic-  ^fpley, of N e>w Y ork Oityr  Powens, 226 Wutor-st., Martha Reich-eiibach, .'502 N. Vine-st., Hanna Royer, llO-l W. Market-st., Paul Schantz, 214 E.. Oak-st., Miss Katherine Schantz, 214 E. Oak-st., Paul Seckel. 225 Klm-st.. Mi.ss .lune Weaver, 531 S. Wal-nut-st., Orrville, are among the students enrolled at Wooster College for this year. --r  "All Wooster College, or any college can ofTei a student is an opportunity.!' President Charles F. Wishart told the 834 .students enrolled: in his. opening address.  Wooster is beginning her sixtieth .year. The dedication of . Douglass Hall, the new $250.000 men's dormitory and the breaking ground for the Babcock buildings are on the year's program.  SINGS OVER RADIO.  Friends of Mrs. M. K. Garst, formerly Miss Ruth Crabtree, will have occasion to hear her sing oyer the TaditrSatuirday evening^at ten^^lockr eastern standard time, from Peoria, III. She is an entrant of the Atwatcr-Kent Audition.  en Grand Chancellor,-and Spritiirfield was selected for ni.-xt year'.», meeting place, and through Tegislatj'on ,Spiing-field was fixed as the meeting place every five years.  Mrs. Sam Hartschy was delegate for the local lodf.re of Pythian Sisters and she was aecompanie<l to that city by Mrs. Earl Collier. Vernon Horst  was the representative of Central Lodge, No. 212. of Orrville. Delegates returned home this Thursday, greatly enthused over the fine convention.  Néu^Séiíafor  —If you »avo for «atellve steck or bring^hem^ to, t^ ciufcH-^rday-  evening or early Sunday mortiing. An invitation to all ''membera'^4>f 91tf ' ! congregation aiid church school is  Omrille.  ^ûSt ifcaélv^Tîârtoad Fora Am-  monium Sulphate. G. S. Snyder,- Orrville, Ohio. 13-4-5  ^ . . ... . _ i —Just Teoelved ciar load Ford Am-  tl l.vlI^pOhlO. ««( Í r  the IPX  ftm at the  —When I crav« a sweet... .1 eftt ».  iam. 9«rle * WU-  _____ M  MODERNWOODMEN  Di.strict 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 evening, proriiptly at 8 o'clock in L»;-gion hall, West Market-st. The work Wiirbe exemplifird by the teanTarid officers. from Security Camp, of Akron. If you ha vie never seen "Cap" Smith <ind his men work, don't miss it. All Woodmen of Orrville and neighboririg towns are cordially invited. -  While this work goes on the ladies over aOWW.^: A. him w^ paring ^or\ the biggest fish fry in Woodman ihi.'itoryy whefe/ all- will assemWe atVcompletibn (rf/tHc degree  JUDGE ROSS FLM TO BE ^NDIDATE  Upon the convening of the fall term of the Court of Appeals* at Wooster, .Judge Ross W. Funk, of Wooster, presiding judge of the court, announced to his friends and members of the Wayne County Bar that he would be a candidate for re-election in 1930.  The Ninth District Court of Appeals c«mpri.ses the counties of Sum* mit, Wayne, Medina and Lorain, ■fudge C. G. Washburn, of Elyria, and .Judge W. E. Pardee, of Akron, are .Judge Funk's associates on the bench.  MEMBERSHffOF GIRI£ m CLUB  Mr. Orlo Stroup, director ofc music in the high schcwl.. has announced the  -think of'^ it-Ai  Hhis latter invited and  they may gather at this hall any time*  " g tho evening,______ • . ■ ,  _And remember., you Woodmen who are^ business men, the eats will not be ready-until 9:30rand:::contin.uoffs^from then on. ——  Tempórary^lriembers of the girls glée , club as follows: i,  Soipranos — Violet Kelly, Martha Youngblood, Mildred Kropf, Kathryn Moore, Ethel Musser, Marguerite Bid-wards, Helen Kail, Pauline Douglas, Evelyn Deetz, Virginia Shadel. Catherine Ròbison. Agnes Bray. Frances  CoittstoWltlida Mae^nsonTDérmr^ Dietz, Doris GUlam and Lepore Mo> Kinnis.  - Altcs-v-Doriiia:Tffae Albrifelit, Mir-.-guerite Buss, ' Dorothy St^ra, Mii^' Yoder. Helen Miller. RutyBaughman,-Eleanor .Gillam,LMabel Forrer,  Kiopf, Martha McNutt, Ruth_____  Lucile WinßerttlBeatrice Snyderj An-^ ria McCullbugh. Mildred Hostettler and Grace Mullet;  COMMITTEE.  W. 0. M. L. NOTICE.  Chapter will meet Friday evening,  t ynday SpMifti  ^üiTawr Wild at  dar» HUler» Haeorder. Uom Qea^, S. E.  ff . i  Plenty of New Folt Hat», all.  cojors, M^^nd $2,95. Satürda  ■ —Cows at private sale Friday and. ^turday, Sept. 27 and 28. JereejOL. ^ Quiujiaiiji&^juulJabil^ PieeU JMp líj Piloro ~ ' ' —  Ohio.  «a«». Fbk. Hats. IChig'«.   

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