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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - October 6, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana Oovi a a review Republican new series vol. 7, no. 52williamsport, Indiana thursday october 6,1921 1. W. Gripe owner and Helo at Pence the Christian Church a that place was overflowed by orderly crowd t h t West Lebanon ind., oct. 5.�?the Christian Churchi at Pence held their Home coming meeting sunday. After the morning service the congregation. Was then invited to the Dinning room where the tables were loaded Down with Ood things to eat. It was a regular feast for a King and everyone surely enjoyed themselves. At 2 30 the services opened with a song service led by or. Harbison with mrs. Harbison quot at the piano. Then followed a Short talk by brother Smith of Hoopeston a Solo by or. Harbison a talk from brother Burnett and the service was closed by another song service. A Large Cro id attended the meeting. Other West Lebanon items mrs. Dora Goodwine entertained at the commercial hotel thursday or. And mrs. De Clow and mrs. Moore of st. Paul Minn. Or. And mrs. Tracey Downey or. And mrs. Elmer Smith or. And mrs. George o. Crawford or. And mrs. Lester Swisher and daughter Madge or. And mrs. Ned Brown or. And mrs. Lege Brenner or. Dud Gram mrs. Carrie Carleton mrs. Adelia Crawford attended the Home coming meeting at Pence sunday. Or. And mrs. Gus Judy mrs. Frank Wood and i in. And mrs. Oliver Astel were Attica callers saturday. Or. Ray Chandler attended the show saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Earl Biggs and a daughter of bismark. Were shopping in town saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Ira hips line and a daughters mrs. Joel Routzahn or. And mrs. George w. Crawford and quot a Iris. Adelia Crawford were shopping in Attica saturday. Or. And mrs. Ross Miller of Hedrick were wallets in West Lebanon saturday. Or. And mrs. Lester Swisher mrs. Ross French or. And mrs. Bob Kirk mrs. M. Reynolds and mrs. Lon Kidwell and miss Goldia Reynolds were Attica shoppers thursday. Or. Clarence Doty of Greentown ind., is spending the week end with Mother mrs. Routzahn and Sisters Silvia Fleming and Pearl Foster and Brothers Mont and Herbert. Mrs. Harley Long and daughter of Marshfield attended the show saturday night. The funeral of mrs. Mary Green a sister of William and Wallace of this place Vas held at bismark ind. Tuesday. The Busy bees met at the Library wednesday and were entertained by mrs. Bertha Cronkhite mrs. Mildred Lincoln mrs. Stanley Biggs mrs. Mont Doty mrs. Fletch Wood mrs. Mary Williams mrs. John Valyeau and miss Carrie Frame. Sunshine cake lemonade and mints were served. Or. And mrs. Ned Brown Are building an addition to their House in old town. Or. Ike Hall and family John b. Crone and family were entertained at dinner Friday by or. And mrs. Earl Hamilton. Mrs. Dora Osborn of Williams port and mrs. S. C. Adams of this place returned Home from Gilman 111., Friday. Or. And mrs. Wiles motored Home with them. Or. And mrs. Frank Mcbroom wer3 calling on friends saturday. Mrs. Delia Rossiter of Williams port visited her parents or. And mrs. W. S. Fleming. / see Eddie Polo in quot King of the it quot circus quot serial two episodes each night for nine nights. Started tuesday night at Banner theatre. Mrs. Dale of Chicago Heights,ill., spent the week end with mrs. Pearl Ringel. Or. And mrs. Ike Hall left saturday for a few Days visit with or. Mrs. Travolia at Terre haute. Miss Madaline Hall left saturday for Terre haute where she expects to enter College. Or and mrs. Will Biggs and mrs. Stanley Biggs or. And mrs. Oddy Hamblin or. And mrs. George o. Crawford attended the funeral of mrs. Mary Green a Cousin at bismark on tuesday. Or. And mrs., mow and or. And mrs. C. E. Jones were Danville callers monday. Or. Sam Frame of Williamsport visited friends Here saturday evening. Or and mrs. Clarence Haupt or. And mrs. Walter Philips and daughter Mabel of Marshfield attended the Home coming meeting at Pence sunday. Or. Miller and family and or. Garad and family who had been working on the Oil Well left for their Homes at Robison 111., saturday. We regret their leaving As they had Mada Many friends while Here. Mrs. Alvin salts of Lotus 111., called on mrs. John Livingston monday Between trains. She went to Danville 111., to visit her parents or. And mrs. Young. Or. And mrs. Ben Fisher of Rich Valley ind., arrived monday for a few Days visit with the latter s sister mrs. John Livingston. Mrs. Moore of st. Paul Minn., and or. Jim Johnson of Danville spent monday with or. And mrs. De Clow. Or. And mrs. Burt Fritz and mrs. John Fritz of Peru arrived monday to spend a few Days with or. And mrs. Sam Erskin. Or. John Fritz wanted to attend the masonic Lodge again As he is the Only charter member left of the West Lebanon Lodge. Mrs. George Bowlus is seriously ill at her Home on Southwest Street. Mrs. B. Miller of Marshfield died at 4 p. M. Monday. Or. And mrs. Ike Hall returned Home from Terre haute monday. Mrs. Clare Hamer was an Attica caller monday. Or. And mrs. Wallace entertained at dinner a number of at the commercial hotel sunday. School notes great Day saturday for foot Ball fans Large Ivial order House reads country papers Rev. John e. Mccloud Rev. John e. Mccloud who has been pastor of the methodist Church in this City for the past five Yeav was appointed to the pastorate at Kentland ind., by the Northwestern Indiana conference which was Heid at South Bend last week. Or. Mccloud has a Host of friends who will be very sorry he was not returned to our City. But our loss will be Kentland s gain. Family reunion we have a Bureau whose duty it is to read each week the country news papers from All Over the country. There is not a paper of any consequence in our Trade territory that our Bureau does not get. This Bureau looks Over these papers and when we find a town where the merchants Are not advertising in the local paper we immediately flood that territory with our literature. It always brings results far in excess of the same efforts put Forth in territory where the local merchants use their local papers quot said Herman , advertising manager for Sears Robuck amp co. Sheriff vill enforce motor Laws in Warren co. Please obey the Cut out Law in town it is not to be expected of country roads but in towns where telephones Are in use it is very annoying. Dim your lights. This is a state Law and will be rigidly enforced. Many fatal accidents Are caused by Drivers being blinded by the Brilliant lights of an approaching car. We do not wish to make any needless arrests but the Laws must is obeyed. Complaints of violations Are coming to me and i Hope All will hereafter closely observe the Law without further . L. Stewart sheriff of Warren county. A family Reu Nion was held at at the Home of or. And mrs. Newton Mcclure on october the third 31921. The guests present numbered thirty four. Out of town guests were or. And mrs. Sylvester Pollom or. And mrs. Madison and son of Center Point ind. Or. And mrs. Ross Rabb and son of Asher Ville ind. Or. And mrs. William Rabb mrs. Howard due Tell and daughter of near Brazil ind. Or and mrs. Harvey Shroff daughter and son of Crawfordsville ind. The Williamsport guests were or. And mrs. George Wagner and three daughters mrs. Will Ross and two daughters or. Henry Pollom Aad daughter or. Joseph Pollom master Herbert Pollom or. Samuel Mcclure mrs. Lona Sipes and son mrs. Golda Horn and or. And mrs. Newton Mcclure. All present had a Good time. All wish to meet again next year in Brazil ind., at the Home of or. And mrs. William Rabb. One who was there. Rev. Mccloud the retiring pastor of the m. E. Chuch gave a very interesting talk to the High school students monday on the value of working hard in High school. The class head a Weiner roast at lovers leap Friday evening september 23. A pleasant time was reported. The first Basket Ball practise was held monday evening. From the showing made for the various places on the team it looks As if there would be a Strong line up this season. Fart of the Basket Ball equipment has arrived and the rest has been shipped and will arrive soon. The freshmen class held a class meeting tuesday electing Glen Cowgill president and Robert King Sec treasurer. The class colors selected Are Blue and White. The eighth Grade elected Thelma High president of the class and chose old Gold and Black As their class colors. The first Basket Ball game of the season will be played october 14, at Williamsport. The Strong team from Ambia will be the first victim. The business and professional men of Williamsport were solicited Friday to Purchase membership in the athletic association. The encouragement shown the association is most Gratifying. Basket Ball practice began monday evening and out of a group of candidates numbering about Twenty five there Are a number of Good prospects. A new Ball has been purchased for the team and new uniforms Are on the Way. The Prospect for a winning team this year is Good. Lafayette ind., oct. 1.�?Purdue lost the opening game of the season to Wabash by a score of 9 to 0 Here this afternoon. The initial Gridi Raftu Battle wag played under Ideal weather conditions and before a crowd of 6,000 spectators which is the largest opening crowd for Many years. To win the game Goldsberry took the Ball Over in the second Quarter on a line Buck for a touchdown. Singleton failed to kick goal grop kicked a goal in the last Quarter from the fifteen Yard line bringing the total up to nine for the Scarlet. Coach Dietz s men after making substantial gains fumbled the Ball More than six times. The Purdue team s work showed the Lack of competent Field general poor judgement was used at critical times. In the second Quarter Purdue opened up an offensive that took the Ball to the four Yard line. In three Downs Purdue lost seven Yards. Hanna went in to drop kick but failed to get the Ball off the ground. Miss Bina jest Endo Sehy women Williamsport lady Iha Oca bees favor the appointment. Prettiest girl in Illinois Don t fail to hear or. R. J. White at the concert in the Williamsport presbyterian Church a wednesday october 12th, at 7 30 p. M. Admission adults 250, children 15. 52tl miss Leola Aikman 18 years old daughter of or. And mrs. Orval airman of Salmen 111., has been declared the most Beautiful girl in Illinois by the judges in the st. Louis Globe Democrat Beauty contest and is the Winner of $1000 offered by that paper. The father of the handsome Young lady is Orval Aikman a son of or. And mrs. Clint c. Aikman of Dana. Bloomington ind., oct. 5�?without using a single open play and keeping All of its new formations under cover Indiana easily Defeated Kalamazoo College 20 to 0, before a crowd of 5,000 Here today. The Only period in which the Crimson failed to make a touchdown was the final one and the two Points of that Quarter came when Hayden of the quot Kalama zoos quot dropped Back to kick out but on account of being squarely behind the goal posts chose to touch the Ball to the ground for safety. Play was resumed on the visitors own thirty Yard line with the pigskin in their position. Indiana played much the same style of game As against Franklin end runs of tackle smashes and powerful plunging doing the work. Kyle Captain of the Crimson could not be stopped he going through the line for Long gains one of which resulted in a touchdown when he threw off three tacklers and raced thirty Yards to the line. Final big game the review Republican $1.50 per year. Farmers Field will again be the scene of another fierce base Ball contest this afternoon thursday. The Farmers and the merchants of Williamsport will again Cross Batu notwithstanding the Cool breezes there will be a quot hot come and Root for both sides. The Gate receipts will go to the Christmas cheer fund. Shoot w. Lebanon Oil Well while crowd looks on the Oil Well at West Lebanon has now been drilled to a depth of 1802 feet and a charge of 300 quarts of Nitro Glycerine was exploded in the Well tuesday at five o clock to Shat ter the Trenton Rock where the Oil is situated if there is any in that Vicinity. A crowd of about two Hundred recital at presbyterian Church Corot a agents Telp in hog cholera fight a request to county agricultural agents to take part in any movement to stamp out hog cholera in the state was contained in a letter sent today by county agent Leader t. A. Coleman to All agents. Cholera is worse this year than it has been for several years and is causing heavy loses in Many counties of the state. The spread of the disease is said to be due to the failure of thousands of men to take usual precautions with their hogs this year because of Cost of vaccination and Low Price of farm i to ducts. girl Heads committee at Depau miss Mildred Mccloud of Williamsport headed the committee in charge of the big Sisters part that was Given saturday evening oct. 1, in Bowman gymnasium by the women s self government association of Depauw University. In addition to the big Sisters who accompanied freshman girls to the party All the. Girls had been requested to dress in costumes of some historical period. A committee also arranged dancing and stunts for entertainment. Miss Bina m. West the members of Golden Star review who Are the local representatives of the woman s Benefit , lady maccabees announce the news that their founder and Leader miss Bina m. West has been prominently presented to president Harding As one of the women of the United states fitted by special training and experience for a seat of the advisory conference committee for limited armament. Miss West is one of the Best known Ponien in the United states. Her thirty years of leadership in a society numbering a Quarter of a million women has drawn on her superlative talents Anu developed her mentally to a Deg of unusual in women. The local members of Williamsport Are very proud of the recognition that has been Given miss West s abilities in the enthusiastic mention of her name Ali Over the country and during the past few Days officers and members have been Busy getting in touch with senators James b. Watson and Harry s. New and congressman will r. Wood requesting to sir endorsement. Miss West has the distinguished Honor of being founder of the to people were present most of the afternoon to watch the unusual pro Man s Benefit association and in the feedings of quot shooting an Oil All Day wednesday water was being bailed from the Well and after this has been done the probability of Oil can then be pretty definitely determined. As we go to press the fact of Oil in paying quantities has not yet been established although there is evidence of the covered prize being in the Well. Marion and Pearson taken to Jefferson sheriff Stewart and Deputy Mace Parks drove to left Erson Friday and took Albert Marian and Ross Pearson to the reformatory to serve their sentence there of from two to fourteen years. They report that the boys were in Good spirits All the Way but when they bade them Good by within the prison Walls their eyes filled with tears. The boys however declared they would Endeavor to be Model prisoners and thus shorten their term. Depauw trustees na3ied Robert j. White celebrated baritone of new York City assisted by local Talent will give a concert attly in Williamsport presbyterian Church. Wednesday. October i2th, at 7 30 p. M. South Bend ind., oct. 1.�?marvin Campbell of South Bend was elected to succeed himself on the Board of trustees of Depauw University and j. W. Harrison of Attica ind., was elected to replace Frank Evans of Crawfordsville whose terms have expired by the Northwest Indiana conference of the. Methodist chuch in session Here saturday. Visitors to the University during the coming year were chosen As follows pastor of College Avenue Church of Greencastle the Rev. A. T. Briggs of Laporte and the Rev. M. H. Appleby of . Lena Chenoweth Wade of near Clinton hi., returned Home on thursday of last week after a few Days visit Here with or. And mrs. J. H. Stephenson. Short space of Twenty eight years has made it the largest association of its kind in the world with a Reserve fund amounting to More than $la,-000,000. Considering the fact Thutt she started i Thant a Dollar or a member this record is recognized a the greatest feat in organization and financial Success Ever achieved in i connection with fraternal work. Miss West s experience and her Success goes far beyond the realm of Protection. She is widely known and read As a writer of papers relating to health education and Kindred subjects and has had extended experience in publicity and editorial work. She has taught in the Public schools in Michigan served in the teachers Institute and was one of the first examiners of teachers in the state. She a had wide experience in club and literary work is a member of local clubs and a representative in state and National organizations. \ miss West s experience has extended far into politics also always identified with movements of Benefit to the state or nation. She was actively identified with suffrage for years in both state and National work and assisted in directing the Michigan Campaign securing suffrage. In the last presidential Campaign she was vice chairman of the Republican state Central committee in Michigan assisting materially in planning the successful Campaign it waged in that state and one of eleven women named on the Republican woman s National executive committee to act with the Republican National committee for the participation of women in National affairs. Throughout her political experience however she has been associated with no faction nor Radical Eli Mont which would Makei her appointment to the committee Antto gnostic to anyone but by a worked steam ily for the Good of All. It is said that pre historic men were More skilled in Trep Hining to an our present Day surgeons. A car Load of potatoes will Arriva next week. Price $1.65 per by. A . _ a

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