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Forest Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Forest, IndianaJ3JE • ; V -.., •^s^ff-C ~C~ •, C^JSMMESWEST •> m*t ^Official Publication (¾ =#= FOREST, HARDIN. C Q U W V f b H l O , JANUARV AFl*0^BLUEPItHrcsl -.^ QttFFORO M. HOLLAND. .. .v. - -^ ,• —; , ~ W I L L I A M A . M A P L K T O K T , - • F I S H B O R N , E M M E T * E * ' » A N D ' D R . ZLMMKR . GOTO ADA. HOSPITAL FOR ^ , ~ BLANCrfESTBl DIC'"HAROLD GIBSON, KOKMERi l()Ki:sT BOY INTKKKSTED /*'... Tb? above Jiapvedaieri : l.Tfresday afternoon t JiCsipt. tfame^:West/4Jj . ' p r o p o s e d . ArrnoTy-'f ^eUtf^md at this ,ti» proved, and ejnpany being a i -j» an assured- fas "5. Tj(r3dirig same Will '-•^'aa. ip> Mapurter'in" ~ ' ..'dgte "win be annou " 'Be.', Th>r*"wfin fHill^Fridajr., -••$• 7- tfO/at.lwhjcH'lia portance. to, the. :.«* up and discw»«4.^ r-^Brolle vmty . M'^ $ 'hssheeh: , ^ ^ -' It *aH'%en-cail^^P!B^>*ttertttoh 'that .those, whb iei* ;a^,e»fceted to ^f^lknee^^^^^ni^^cn «= t ^ idie;facte*. anchjfcw witnfother aUries circulated ar^witho^t,i ounfla- yaidrJi • • - ' Clifford M.'.lHoiland^.ine of the'wio*t distinguished funnel 'fiiifllneam' fn "th«" United S,tate«, U tfie doiij'fer-;0f t.hal Now~York-New J*r*««y! vehicular tun- nel, work on- which has basn begun und«r the direction of tin two state* - > ; * :f .-¾>> jrg^foTQi3 - ALUMNI GIRLS • jtf>LD H 1 « H SCaW0L GIRL$ TO BtE 7\T. yOafrUaf. Dec .8'lBti For- opaned t f e haaket e o their own floor hy e\*. ffliaSJgb q«fa*et*M<) to k* taeTWto- boy a seeaoed to' iderafcfcai^adTUad. o y m i g h - i they" •<&* 4m& thai teem work t$at i s aaees- ] ' to win ita f a p e s . " _• hJKt' **' :MP'" " vakMf PQivOI with tfie feat mater- THE SEARCHLIGHT "fho SeafcWiKlrt, Club met in rego lar session 4¾ the home of .'Mrs.. Wm Wcnipy last Monday, evening. The following program wi j | given; . : Roll Calj, Capitals of South-Aineif JeJIrj.. - .'.v,'- • ^"-"•i" v '. • T r V l a c a V M r ^ N e w e jaeover. _ Cirient T«pi«, Ja»We Youn«. Current Bveai, Club. ,vC»*i«cter-froin Classic books, u*r '-» ink —-. . - f a c t - W i a e aaid ''It U hard \o select a teafe' this yea* with so <p»ny good « e n out and wdrktag hard for a. PCK rftJok'* - Although our girl* were unable to defeat the Aluirinl girls' teara,,we can aay that-they-put up a nice (tame for the Gold and- BlackvRabbe.-man. '^>»--:ri(Capt),.Xease, H. Stauffe>are showr ing^p.weli at forward, Fo,n»eyv_ R. Stauffer, l^tham are ^Rood. guards, matm ftanK«ngland « u ^ « - , . l l * firaee EagUhd Tuesday evefring. to atek from, ft Afte»-*ta«ing tha Lodge the January Birthday CaaupHtee a«6«d dainty re- freshment ffc^he-Bftitig Hall". - •V .-fteajl WSw .^ Ojrttn R.-Price Burk Davbre .*"' Position: : • t.t :M 't* t.f';.-•/-J • , ' & . . * . • - • . • - - / r .g . ' • - l.g. .; - £; ;while Cessna, .Shields, and-Vromajuare jplaying well at center: . . LINE UP^BOYS' GAMJB - Tiffin Woolston McDaniel McDowell . Sweeney McKinney ', Bask«t»^WilsoI,^r,*V*trn, 5^ R. • Ptiee, in- ' •_ . "v..,. .-,.. - ' _SabstitMte»—Lue for I^avorerHugh- es fotJCnrtin, Craglow fop ,Bu^k, B Price foir-R; Price, , Fqul^Wilson, 8-6ut aoile but of *. Details for TMBn^Bi '•iti-Z, Grady^; • Mcjginney, Grafty'* kerton for WojoUtoi JN Curtin; r". '. "~ "•:. "WaaT score-^lO '••'.""-•.Scorer; W.B . D, Shields; rafi L lNEUPi -'• Forest ; - • Hiss Lease . Miss BabbermMJ. ^ " /Miss Ceasaia-.- ';-: Mias Shields^' a •••V«ta» R. StatiHer - i t Mis* Latham ' .\, '.-^Forest—Field g., *•%•" "Substitution—H. 'T^: Fouls—'Lease 1 out man, none out of 1. ; AJumnl—Field g. "Lajhm aMa%.lMt Onaa* E^aryUsy j t t l» Ottiii Central »ta- ttern th^ejKMRiBes which stir "the [j.isaerby But^Bjwfilcli tha..station at- tendaut.^ are.Bhunvfl, It fs all a part of" the diiy's wutliif. A Hhufflliia Uu#- nt haadcuffedmen tn-chargo <»)( rather [ifimuous, cigar-!«Kiiikijtj;rjttllows are. murcbed-throqsli t{.K>'great stntlon ro- tunda.' T^heJ- are PIT tlieit way "up ilu; riverr^-to Sing Sinjr prison. AliQ many- will hereF SLV the triiglity roar- HPK metropolis Uijaln. Now aud then'| there'are'oW-tiniers, but mi'li clay | .there -1* a Irhihtened ymitti who is t IKiylDK hlsiirSt ijrtt to u pitiless state I StelatlVes-are-' "ffot permitted to tell j '.4heu) good-bye, but frequently u law- ' yer is qa hand to give the pe>fonctory word of Ijope. I saw one^boy, under- fpil nnd sallow. He eauielhtq.fbeTStn- tton btinkinr Kke a /riglrittned rabbit- +.s he waited to go tbnmsh.thp gate it& looked- bnckait over his shoulderi and soiae tme waved to Mw from a- haicoivy. He'Rave a'-Bpasmttdlcrgiiip- and then' seeauKl to shrink like nn# ^strijc*:—New .Vbrk' Corresptmdew of tt]e> Iinnanap'oJI? Star. - r ' World's Aviation WfnhC '• .. «P«rS^ .t iss ;Miss Peart .-. Mi'ss.-Lfles England 3. 'or Lease- Rabber-- Fouls—Borset S out "Final score—7 to 7. Scorer, W. B. Price; time keeparr.R' D, Shields; referee,.L. B - Jo»6f.- AUTO STOLEN A. VtMheada>* afternoon sorftwftie '• -^ ;iimc.v w> w.-'tf.; i*»tfc arid drove away wwh-'rf" P k e l ' s loss Ls covered by ^Mtrfaftte i a tbft : W . l F . Borset Insurance sgeficy . • • » - " ' •PUP • • « • « < • • ' ) /es? Chamber ><rf Comip&rce. M l If L. • C O R E S T S I FOREVER | *n T | i R l • aaJ ' NUMBER - 4 ter From Ai G. Snow . ' Registrar Of Automobile* . '. . . . i , —-L DU-PUY > S U'lir* iV.llosvinjr l<;tter will be of inter- • to imto'mobik' owners in thi> c<imiv nity: ' ' ' ' • . ' ' " ('olumhus.p., Dee, io , i'M. •.'• cieuii-y Chamber of Com men e, '• i 'I?£U Ohio. !_!:_.L.- i_^. J '._.; "ar\Sir: . • ' " ' " , Motor vehicle license plates for 1921 i 'ere put on sale in one hundred towns I . A hospital for Btenchedtel^tells the a<b/ancerrient of nr.-'Jiarold Gi son,- ?vho -ia'S''graduate' of .the Fori -Jliifiv j-'chool- Dr,! Oihflon has eti %vith bim Dr. Basinge^of Bl'aiich' ter, arKTJftese fnen" have purchased n hotel building at that place and ha^e | ^ converted the budding i n t o * hospital. j l n °hio »" December. 20th, 1920. This i Offices are located on ike -first- floor,; earI>r 'late wtt? selected in order, that; with tWehty;two (22) robras for'pa,-i*11 owners might rejfistcr their cai-s! tients and operating rooms «||*h*>pec- ] ^ Jinujuy 1st ond'flppr.' jJr.'^Basinger. is t^ je. hos-! A disposition to "hold, off pital physician and Dr..Gibson" thifsur^; ported from; many distributing .points. geoa in charge^; s , - ' . • " " ' DR. O.M.HARPER .'.«.^ . I There •will be no excuse for delay securing license plates for 1921. Near- ! iy five hu^HklbAusanil sets have * W We are in reeajp^of a' fu«l -h'om Dr. 61 M..'Hi B<".achj. Caljforjyii^ tlie te.Riperaiare the t*& -¾¾ he, traveled 4ft#-iniIaW»,;' .orange-K.rt''-'f* i» 3 ¾ } ¾ time, fi> fine anii'hsving the:1«tte/ of Ills lee '- ' - : ' - ^ ^ : Evapsratas ia the open atr eyMafit^.} ffljr, evenjBhea t b a r a . ^ m f f c i R At, frost In less ttan aStoqpt Will jbae .25 per'<ent tgf " "-" - this manner. ' ' '.,'•' . • • ' . ' & : . caes/J "trucks, f and traiSpt ,j|r)--e<juipped 'tag^'by'jnpndai/f Jah'uarj;. "^Vehicles kepi, in ftforagsjdQ-«di «^JMt-44e%J»piHg anti! ^ h ^ -aflStpiibd- 6¾ the jffeeete ojt "highways. •'" -', • v. • -¾¾ b - ^ . . ^ ^ g u g j j i ^ ^ j ^ w a a p ^ a M ^ S c e p t ..our. r.'lljfe Jwpport." -, -. ' iy_j£*jrV; '- :4^-^ow;-" - omobiles. : E. '-*Aero'B?nt ic liuflmrlxres bavs ix-en busily etipuKcd iii. fyrhnijining a fair set ift i.rules gbv«»rjiins#'rte -conitng i H. -.LPmid-the-wofifr- -fllrfht. 'f[\ii\ uyiif. • - '+ tan. wilf tfot'jtf'^rmitteil to take" i»d-- f r'"jtaRB 6f*tiSH*»6indit.v oT TllKrartn • iba!cate<l^)jr'Rie condition tlint They | ' ; ^ M ^ » j * a £ e l r flight* hptween • the |' '^kiagiagtt^SSt sixtieth pani'Hals of lati- ; tbfkvaBd the prine wfll gn 10 tin- flyer ' wno^obyers the longest dlslitnre. Avia- tors will' 11«.allowed to shirt fioin'any | point tljej- choose. |irovii)<-ii 1 hey rp-' 1 torn- tn the sthrtiitLt rx>!iit. .Tlioy will have, a year iti" v. li5. in complete- their' flight-. AlrpbiiK^. illrig)l>les,Rnd fre> ballrtous air clieiiile frtf'the rnec. ^*denriiic"AnieTicrm. . •• fPf, •StirtXVIh Beriean* p«ri- Womtiv LOCAL BOY Rlv - : ENLJSTS1N1)IAVY i. C. F. Yaraell, wh« has jast cjos- ed'a twelve year, enlistment in the. Navy, on last~Friday, F>niL-<ted ^gaift^ for another four y.";ir>. - Daring the. firnt ye-ars of his service lie waakeariy " all over the'vvorlri, butTht pAt year has been" spent at Dayton as'recruit- ing oJBcjsr.. Mr. Yarnell, has ' 'again beaa assigned hj>'t>aytos £0 continue his work, which has been .more than suoMssful. His station has exceeded all the districts of the state in num- har «f enlisted and also in jnumber pasal&g and accepted. J * v . At the and of this seryfe^f ^Baking him 16 years in all, he wffl^he pension- ad and may then, leave the/ervica if he so chooses. Mr. Yarne}( is; the son Ifrs. John Weir. * • " . - ; • _ • • - • , ' ' , • : • • BUSINESS CWWag TiS^mtiiHt;' V^rtawaraj'^fio-y. rjpi Rf*«fer.Oarage 1^ % • • • • • ' * ' ' ; " ' " : - . - • • - ' ^ress w* -«re^a««niv.i "•&0UtH±rpf- Belawar,-, •*J18er«)% ir.-^lie • - - . - - • * - - - - - - 11 • • I I I P I ••!•w'r; in T j i f r r r " TffT T i iL i l e n ^ f c ^ a a S ' l f - « ^ » » M ^ , l p r ^ g i U S t ^ ^ ? orest, - 1 :-¾. ' • * * ; - > '-• M -'• ' -i * * S Si " a ^ a s r f DICKliLES INJURED ; ' Toesday afternoati v U e shreddisg com "Dick. Lilac wat^aaMMly injured whea a ahafting taoksratriking him 0Ba$h« head. A"3d«ar was called «nd i b t M u d was draaied. He is'getting aJoag very nicefy'and it ia hoped that nothing serious w^.reanlt MODGT ORGANIZES DRILL TEAM R E A P A N D ^ C T : Imsy and year \be TM r^Jnning>: sineaii. ; ' fJVfe ttmm y&a do, 10 ? i&inkiiig power on the job. Tke yearlMO marl start in the ^ubfiahinr honor oi* 3thf8 we aV« .<foi ' best aM phwrr^ vv^Wf j ^^^fs -co«^in^B#jr^am^ >mr'mtetj^j$i? i , . We w t f l ^ ^ t t e one/4ecuiThgthft most sub- w eVeip put onttf 1|| you to help* us oi$t scptptlons $100.' test fo b* for i ''. THE CO YOU MAY J„ ".-•"WINJteli ftr J^for ibacriptW .The subscription con- only* " • • ' ' « - - ; / XTYDAYS UWNG T*1E SOD© at the " K.. ^fplana- efBizes are t h e K. qf P. Lodge >organiie4 -a 1 Tuesday night We thou^jt wera giving the "GoaV oat 4BC »%r^ » inv«at»atkm 'Vt Houet CleajHiia'Olapenaed Wlpjlk The uee of awdern etectrfc imple- penis sac* as the pneumattc sVeeper lasald-to btve been the means ftf'dls- penslag with the old-time institution ofbtmse-cleanlng," which was n weife- in the spring ~*nd autumn when"; the- whole- domentie establishment was •turned upeld* down and .'Inside o'ui. n*llie the corners and er«vlce» w;-i«.- i scoored aad accumulations of dirt ;iml ] dust routed: -Kverj" week- Is "c!*:inl'ii; I week In these days :ind "thi- baiii^ I- 1.- I ••M T)n4Jecemher 57, 1*20 Uhe~- iSf^ h grade enjoyed an irtdoor picnic- at the--* hpm;' of-thahrteaehw,^61rta -^Wit-- btms. It waa »• very happy occasion lor'all concerned.1 .*'''•"_, Dwight McDaniel has bean absent _ |lrom -school heeauae of afekness. J^~~. ^ _• The thir<r*rade ref«gi« that Mr.,< Tfltoover has been g W » ^ ttiwn talks etf gengraphical sabjects that have haen- a»u^ apereciat^dJ^ the "-class. Fbnr montae. oy-'schaol aaTe^gone. • Wear* startiag ,aV^tlw -recMuniagr. five months with- happy hearts a p j cheerful mindji. "..-. .1 .;' The Domestic .Science-. ; * * * ' • SaVotr t w e o i t o ofTfijr; ir%r p £ l commencemeni. will be held on' «Wh.-' • Mrs. RhonenSus hos-TPturned to haa work after a weekV-iltaesa. ''"' CcaminationB -in the High schopl next week. That wffl be a weelc;. of sorrow and/of gloom. - ". _" MORE ENLISTMENTS :m thi home ig-no'longer turmsfl-lnto a scoiu- Of chaos; , We have now orosreWiil | tp:a»iie'r methooK of dnrtic-hotne wofi;. The proper thing .ntw is rleiminw hours—ihe house kept .dean tbroush- . am tbe'ehttre-real'by -nsini; the moti: ern-electric cleaners: iftgtead'of saving up-the dirt, so to speak, then maktag- frantic elTofta twice a year to free the, .',j ' -^otte frtm the nerumutnrfon. • • • : T*-^ ± HARRY K. LATHAM HAS NARROW E5CAPE Hatrf- L a t i ^ J , hud a yor.v nar- ^ 1 irtriF-eacaiio fr6m"deatli yt'stcrilay, """ Sf |eftRoD -Wlien tl.e JRii>- F o u r local wfts?!switchirig." Mr. Latham was aoind; east on p ixon "^ree.t i !tbe ;traiti ^ bac-ki^ inle._"-cbd r fc da^^rWe'tliiSiferiljy^hitri **"- e. f r o i l i h ^ ^ g j y t t h i s e was demolished, • iffclje <lfiS ' Jjatham escaped without 'a scra«t> ". . ^ l i i a K ^ - E^RraE.. SEVENTH PRIZE: EIGHTH-PRIZE P STINTH PRIZE. J l E N T H PRIZE DONT EAIL TO GET RIGHT INTO THIS CONTEST, AS IT IS NOT A GAME OF CHANCE IS ANY SENSE OF THE WORD, BUT A TASTE OF YOUR ORIGINALITY AND ABILITY IN SECURING SUBSCRIP- TIONS FOR A COMMUNITY PAPER, RUN- BY YOUR BUSINES rASSOCUTES, Come in right rDW, befoi'e it slips >o*^ memory. - ^ - ^ - ^ , - ^ ^- -.^ _. ' - • ' iz__:':_^'. ^ : THE J<!ftjRNAL PfBLlSHING C O M P A - N V ' - Forest, Ohio ? / Telqihone 12. Vw-' WE ARE HERE TO STAY AND WILL VISIT YOU FIFTY^TWO TIMES EACH Y£A« '4B&. CONTEST $25a life f>gp^. 1 |-,;M<f«*i!oi ; SOIIX' - tnus io MJ ,¾^-for . peTji:it^ In n«!« atroiih-od ie«it .'-"'rp' sii'llve ^. II' 'iM^i- tastes v^ :i::-l -may oos- 'Mit- --i-tlcci stall' ^'rr:1-!-:! /-har-ni-TBr. —•••• .•!.- ;>u.: at •' . v i l i . :\ ::>«•:'•• !• f !oeW yourig roen,Ttet .'cq''.-i_rtc(i •»-rh trrr'-National Guard Mov;;ii"*5!tJr! Forest; were irr Dunkirk " T,«ca<iuy--.nighity'as the quests of the p]ace. and cam* back .way uch..enthus- " ed by. thoir drill; As a matter, of fact some ol:thoBe whd wej*-over to Diur- kirk have cnlfcted volmftarily iti-the Forest National Guard cBTnpany. \ w _ H0SSPJTAL - $ * •w«4 j^keJi:' tp, the Vonday, -ih thy mbnlance.wJKre he reset. S J j r ^ e * y ha.i iVfiilc * c - . 0nJSi5 way Msrion;:to • $ 9 » d J ^ » J ? H a rd in p" NotiecsiSoij efflriraianirtfjft'-has-bee:^ reset three^ttmek a n d ' i | ^ hoped thar. thi* time' itTvili pRrtreTSteeeasfut and that ha;wilf. not havt?-an>- further .- tHHible^wtthl WANTBD—Ta raattwo'-or three fur- nished rooms or af*^gS«hed house for" ifaraily of two. fJalf-Tanl .3- .Sn.tton, Pfeiffer Garage. .--'-.•'-"* »4: « ih Ji ' • • • < * . : That Goes With Peppermint, Too.: "Many sirls esbatist .•their, energy chewlne cnira," remarks a wrWer.' The. niore pepsin. «he less pep, so to speak. —Boston Trsii-iM-ript-. ' • CL1PTHIS COUPON TODAY f ••• . ' • ".:Tne Forest JoT..v'nal,_ Forest.'OI'MV I r\-> ': t ; ] ^ ' - : ' i ~ X a - - . K. V. •d *±cv- e Ci.e / 0 ' Vi-:r- 41 i t iOl ) v i-.. Town • a a t a ^ i i l k d M / MM jfettL ^amiiitm d H u k ••MWK-" -•- \

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