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New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
25 December 1915
Volume 63, No. 5

There was a quiet wedding Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J.H. MILLS, her sister, Mrs. SYLVIA SPRINGSTEAD, was united in marriage to CHAS.  WATSON, Rev. NEFF officiating.

FRED SPARKS and family of Peru, spent Friday evening at the home of Mrs. MARIET WOODWORTH.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK CLINE who have been spending some time with their father, F.H. LONG and family, returned last Thursday to their home in Newark.

Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER spent Wednesday in Mansfield.

Mrs. ALTON SNYDER has been on the sick list for a few days at the home of her sister, JESSIE VAN WAGNER.

O.E. BEVIER was laid up for a few days with sciatic rheumatism.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
18 December 1915
Volume 62, No. 4

Mrs. MINNIE DEWITT and son ADRIAN, are visiting relatives in Cleveland since last Thursday.

H.H. SIBBETT and his nephews were visitors in Chicago Jct. last Saturday eve.

THOS. KISER is entertaining his sons and daughters from Akron and Cleveland this week.

Mr. and Mrs. L. LUTEMAN are entertaining the latter's mother, Mrs. PALM, of Mansfield, at present.

Prayer meetings this week at the SIBBETTs on Wednesday and R.C. BOARDMAN's on Thursday evening.

Mr. & Mrs. ED. COLE will entertain his mother and grandmother from Pioneer, Ohio, over the holidays.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
18 December 1915
Volume 63, No. 4

Miss NETTIE GANUNG spent last Friday in Mansfield.

Mrs. FRANK ROTH spent Saturday with relatives in Plymouth.

Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Thursday of this week in Chicago Junction.

Mrs. G.W. SMITH entertained her club "The Busy Bees" Wednesday of this week.

Mrs. W.S. LONG of Chicago Jct., spent Friday with her niece, Mrs. W.J. SKINNER.

Mrs. W.A. GARRETT, MATTIE GARRETT and MARGARET NEWMAN transacted business in Chicago Jct. Monday.

Rev. MOTT of Plymouth, has been holding a series of meetings at the M.E. church this week, services each evening.

Miss MATTIE GARRETT and sister-in-law,    Mrs. W.A. GARRETT, spent Friday in Boughtonville, at the home of Mrs. FANNY BARKER.

HARRY DEWITT who has been sick with heart trouble, the past few weeks, has improved so he was able to resume his work in the J.D. FATE factory.

BURT KISER is laid up with a broken bone just above the ankle, Saturday, while hauling corn fodder, while standing to drive was thrown from the wagon owing to some inequality of road, was thrown on a stony place, with foot twisted under him.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
11 December 1915
Volume 63, No. 3

Miss EFFIE NEELY spent Sunday with friends in Chicago Junction.

EUGENE CASE is in quite poor health this winter with lung trouble.

Miss IDA CHAPMAN has been quite sick for the past week with pneumonia.

LEE SUTTON has been quite sick with the mumps, but is improving now.

The little son of Mr. & Mrs. ED. STAHL has been quite sick with the mumps.

Thursday of this week Mrs. OLIVER GRIMES entertained at her home the M.E. Aid Society.

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. LONG of Chicago Jct., spent Sunday with WM. LONG and sisters.

W.P. NOBLE and wife of Greenwich, spent Sunday night with their daughter, Mrs. WINNIE MILLS.

Mr. and Mrs. TILTON of Greenwich spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of G.W. SMITH, father of Mrs. TILTON.

Sunday Mrs. J.H. MILLS and Mrs. WINNIE MILLS and children spent the day in Chicago Jct. at the home of ROY REYNOLDS.

Saturday of last week G.M. HOUGH and daughters, G.W. SMITH and wife, and WM. SMITH and Sons, were called to Crestline to attend the funeral of Mrs.MONTEITH, mother of Mrs. HOUGH and sister of WM. SMITH

Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
27 November 1915
Volume 63, No. 1

CLAUDE DELLARVER of Tiro was an over Sunday guest of his uncle L.B. TRUXELL and family.

Rev. ARCH BROWN, pastor of the M.E. church in Delphi, will spend his Thanksgiving with his parents in Wayne County.

The husking bee at Mrs. ANDRUS DEWITT's, when all her corn and fodder was put in the crib and barn last Wednesday, elicited her heartfelt thanks.

Miss HELEN SIMMONS, a trained nurse of Bowling Green, O., and lady friend, were Thanksgiving guests of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. WM. SIMMONS.

G.M. KING and wife will leave for the southland Nov. 30th.  We will give this esteemed couple's address later, so that when any of you shall want them you will know just where to lay hands on them.

CHARLES DAVIS of Plymouth is installing a new furnace in the church at Delphi this week.  The large audience at the church last Sunday afternon found what comfort they could around one stove.

The social and bazaar held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.P. BOARDMAN last Firday evening, was one of our best, and considering the very severe storm, the over 40 present shows the great interest that is taken in the social uplift in this vicinity.  The treasury of the society was increased by $15.00.

We are expecting a rare treat this (Friday) evening at the library.  Miss LUCILE BLACKMORE, a student at Otterbein University, will spend her Thanksgiving with her parents, and the young people of this musical family will give a good account to their many frineds at the literary in quartette, etc.  All invited.  We want the hall packed to greet these young people.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
20 November 1915
Volume 62, No. 52

Friends and neighbors to the number of eighty six gathered at the home of Mr. & Mrs. W.G. HEAD, Friday evening, to honor their daughter and husband, Mr. & Mrs. BRANCH PERRY, with a miscellaneous shower.  They were the recipients of many beautiful and useful articles, consisting of cut glass, china, linen and silverware, with which to furnish their new home near North Fairfield.  The crowd was treated to candyand at a late hour all departed for their homes feeling the evening as well spent.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
13 November 1915
Volume 62, No. 51

Mrs. JOHN RUPLEY is on the sick list, with pleurisy.

Mrs. J.H. MILLS entertained the M.E. Aid Society Thursday.

W.E. HOUGH spent Sunday at the home of O.E. WATTS, near Fairfield.

Mr. & Mrs. H.M. PALMER have moved to their new home on the Norwalk road.

Mrs. RICHARD SAULSBURY is spending a few days with her parents, near Boughtonville.

Mrs. BLAKE is visiting for a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D.P. WASHBURN.

Miss NELLE LOVELAND spent Tuesday near North Fairfield, with Mr. & Mrs. B.S. PERRY, in their new home.

CHAS. NOBLE and family motored to Norwalk Sunday, spending the day with his sister, Mrs. JNO. BOICE.

Mr. and Mrs. CLARENCE LEWIS had for dinner guests Tuesday, Mrs. O.A. LOVELAND and daughter, Miss NELLIE.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT and daughters, spent Sunday in Chicago Jct. at the home of their father, ISAAC DEWITT.

Mr. and Mrs. GEO. SUTTER and son, JOHN SUTTER and wife, of Shelby, spent Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT.

J.W. PALMER is building an addition to his place of business by adding a convenient room for dressing poultry for the Cleveland market.

Miss EMMA FOX and Mr. & Mrs. HYLES and little son, of Shelby, were callers Sunday at the home of their aunt, Miss JENNIE DUBOIS, who has been quite sick for the past week.

Last week, Thursday, Mrs. ADAM WEAVER, living on the Greenwich Road, entertained the W.M. Society of New Haven.  25 ladies were present and a fine program of exercises was enjoyed by all.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
06 November 1915
Volume 62, No. 50

Mrs. MARY BLANCHARD has been having a siege with the mumps, but is improving.

Miss JENNIE DUBOIS has been quite sick for a few days, but is some better at this time.

Mr. and Mrs. PAULIN of Mansfield, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT.

Mrs. WINNIE MILLS and children spent several days the past week with relatives in Cleveland.

W.A. GARRETT and wife spent Sunday in Greenwich with their cousin, GEORGE SPEARING and family.

Mr. and Mrs. CLARENCE SMITH, of Attica, spent Sunday with their brother, HUGH J. ROBINSON and wife.

Miss EFFIE NEELY is spending an indefinite length of time in Cleveland, at the home of A.J. MILLS and family.

WM. LONG returned home Friday evening after a three weeks' visit with his daughters in Detroit and Toledo.

Mr. and Mrs. ROY MCCONNELL and little daughter, were over Sunday guests at the home of their uncle, G.W. SMITH.

Miss EMMA FOX of Plymouth, with her sister, Mrs. McKEAN, of Auburn, spent Tuesday with their aunt, Mrs. JENNIE DUBOIS.

S.F. REED and family were called to Clyde last Thursday to attend the funeral of their nephew, WILL HESS.  Mrs. J. MILLS and Mrs. F.H. LONG also attended the funeral.

C.H. KNIGHT, who was quite badly hurt by a fall Friday last, from the steps of the Palmer store, is getting along nicely.  He suffered much, as the broken hip of nearly a year ago is quite badly injured.

Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
06 November 1915
Volume 62, No. 50

Rev. O'ROURKE of Cleveland, was an over Sunday guest of C.E. STOTTS and family.

The W.F.M. Society will hold its next regular session with Mrs. G.A. HASSINGER, on Thursday, Nov. 11.

BRUCE SNYDER and family of Basswood, were over Sunday guests of their parents, G.A. HASSINGER and wife.

F.L. HASSINGER, accompanied by his friend, Miss STIMSON, of Monroeville, were over Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. & Mrs. G.A.HASSINGER.

The ladies uplift society of Ripley will hold a bazaar at the commodious and hospitable home of Mr. & Mrs. F.B. BOARDMAN, Friday eve, Nov. 19.  Everybody cordially invited to come and participate in the social feasts that are so well prepared by our ladies.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
30 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 49

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Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Sunday with relatives in Shelby.

O.E. BEVIER and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Plymouth.

C.N. YOUNGS and wife spent Sunday in Norwalk at the home of their son Paul, and wife.

Mrs. ZETTIE DICKINSON and son, spent a few days at the home of her father, CHARLES NOBLE.

Mr. and Mrs. P.J. DOUD are having their home remodeled, thereby making it more convenient.

Mrs. ALMIRA WOODWORTH and Mrs. J.C. WOODWORTH spent Friday at the home of her nephew, C.N. YOUNGS and family.

Mrs. FRANK S. KISER spent last week in Seneca Co., in the vicinity of Attica with her nieces and other relatives.

Mrs. WM. MAGOWN and family, with her niece, Mrs. JOHN SUTTER and husband, of Shelby, spent Sunday and Monday with their aunt, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family.

The newly-weds Mr. & Mrs. M.C. TILTON were the victims of an old fashioned belling Thursday evening.  Mrs. Tilton is the only daughter of G.W. SMITH, her future home will be Greenwich where the groom has a neat cozy home prepared for his bride.  The good wishes of many friends go with them.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
30 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 49

Miss IDA RUTH spent Sunday in North Fairfield with relatives.

Mrs. ARVILLA STRIMPLE last week Thursday entertained her club.

RAY SHEELY of Cleveland was the Sunday guest at the home of O.E. BEVIER.

Mrs. MARY BLANCHARD has been on the sick list for several days with the mumps.

Mrs. M.J. BROWN and Miss EFFIE NEELY spent Tuesday in Chicago Jct., with Mrs. D.F. DAWSON.

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT is spending a day or two this week in Chicago Jct., with Mrs. JANE HAMPSHIRE.

Mrs. IRVIN BROOKS has been spending a few days at the home of her brother-in-law, GARDNER BROOKS and family.

Mrs. ARTHUR BEVIER, late of near Plymouth, is spending an indefinite time at the home of her son, O.E. BEVIER.

Mrs. FIREOVID and Mrs. DRAKE, who spent a few days with their sister, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT, returned to their home in Williams County, Thursday.

Mrs. ELIZABETH KURTZ returned Saturday from a visit in Cleveland, at the home of her son, WILL KURTZ, who was the over Sunday guest of his sister, Mrs. FRANK CHAPMAN.

The social event of last week was a kitchen shower at the home of Mr. & Mrs. G.W. SMITH, for their newly-wed daughter, Mrs. PHOEBE TILTON, whose
future home will be in Greenwich.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
30 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 49

Mrs. ANNA KELLEY was a guest last week of her daughter, Mrs. MELVIN HOWARD.

Mrs. J.H. GLEASON has been under the doctor's care the past week, but is much better.

Miss VERNA HOLE, a teacher in the Grafton schools, was an over Saturday and Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. F.E. HOLE.

Mrs. RHEBA SILLIMAN and daughter, who have been visiting relatives in Spencer, Mich., arrived home during the latter part of last week.

KATHERINE HEAD and NELLIE LOVELAND, two of New Haven's most popular young ladies attended church in Delphi last Sunday morning at 9 a.m.

About 150 guests were at the social held at the home of Mr. & Mrs. G.A. HASSINGER last Friday evening.  The committee report a net receipt of
$19.50.  The inclement weather was no drawback.

MELVIN HOWARD, Delphi's Master Mason and popular candidate for Township Trustee, is building the steps to the entrance of the M.E. church in
Delphi.  The large vote rolled up for him will show his popularity.

MAUDE CATLIN of North Tonawanda, N.Y., is now an important part of the home of her brother, the writer.  She graduated from the New Washington school back in the 80's, taught the Good Will school, went east, worked as demonstrator for different manufacturing plants of Buffalo and Niagara Falls.  Now will give farming her attention.  The writer is happy, we will do our best in helping the church bear the different burdens of this community.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
16 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 47

Miss NELLIE LOVELAND was the weekend guest of Miss KATHRYN HEAD.

Mr. and Mrs. J.S. LEWIS have been visiting relatives in Kenton.

Mrs. STARKEY of Oberlin, spent Sunday at the home of ALEX. STARKEY.

FRANCES LONG of Cleveland, spent Sunday at the home of his parents.

Mrs. HOWARD WERTZ spent over Sunday with relatives in Mansfield.

J.W. DOUD and daughter, of Norwalk, spent Thursday with his brother, P.J. DOUD.

O.O. GRIMES and I.M. CRONINGER spent Sunday in Mansfield and heard BOB JONES preach.

Mrs. VOGUS and daughter of Lorain, are spending the week with her brother, HAROLD DICKINSON and family.

Mrs. ELIZA MYERS of Norwalk, spent a few hours in town Tuesday, and in a few days expects to go to West Virginia.

J.G. HANNA, who has for a week been calling upon Huron County friends and relatives, left Monday morning for his home in Hiawatha, Kans.

WILL CHAPMAN of Los Angeles, is spending some time with his sister, Mrs. JESSE SOUTHARD;  also at the home of RICHARD CHAPMAN, his brother.

Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH has gone to Chicago Jct. to spend some weeks at the homes of her daughters, Mrs. A.H. HOOSE and Mrs. G.W. BURWELL.

Miss R.J. DAWSON and Mrs. J.W. PALMER spent Monday in North Fairfield with their mother, Mrs. FRANK BECK, who is in poor health and was taken
Tuesday to a hospital in Lorain for treatment.

Last week Thursday Miss ELLA SNYDER entertained 16 of her old schoolmates in honor of her birthday, also that of Mrs. BERTHA HARTMAN.  A fine chicken dinner was served.  This is an annual affair with Mrs. HARTMAN and Miss SNYDER.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
16 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 47

Mrs. BENT CHRONISTER and son were guests of Mrs. MCCLAIN HOWARD and husband, last Sunday.

BYRON FERRIS, wife and daughter, of Ruggles, were Sunday guests of their niece, Mrs. R.C. BOARDMAN and husband.

The first quarterly meeting for this year at the Delphi church last Monday afternoon, Rev. CHAS GALLIMORE presided.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
09 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 46

Mrs. MELCHIOR MILLS spent Sunday with her parents in North Fairfield.

Mrs. GEORGIA BOARDMAN spent Wednesday with her brother, FRANK RUTH.

Mr. & Mrs. GUESS of Plymouth, spent Tuesday with Miss MATTIE GARRETT.

Mrs. ROSS LONG and little son, spent Wednesday at the home of F.H. LONG.

G.W. SMITH and Bros. cidar mill, is the busiest place in "ye ancient city" these days.

Miss TRESSA DAWSON of Chicago Jct., spent Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. ORA NEWMAN.

Miss EMMA FOX of Plymouth, has been spending a few days with her aunt, Miss JENNIE DUBOIS.

Mr. & Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER and her nephew, FAUN CRONINGER, spent Sunday with CLAYTON PUGH and wife.

HALLIE SMITH, who for several weeks has been under the doctor's care with kidney trouble, is gaining slowly.

J.G. HANNA of Hiawatha, Kans., en route from the G.A.R. encampment will spend a few days with his niece, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT and other relatives in this vicinity.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
02 October 1915
Volume 62, No. 45

T.J. CUSACK is improving, but still unable to leave his room.

Miss TORLIECH of Plymouth, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. HARRY DEWITT.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT, who has been seriously ill with the mumps is improving slowly.

Mr. and Mrs. MILTON PALMER are moving to their new home on the Norwalk road this week.

WM. LONG left for Detroit, Wednesday morning, for an indefinite length of time to visit his daughter.

J.G. HANNA of Hiawatha, Kans., who is attending G.A.R. encampment at Washington, D.C., will spend a few days while en route for home with his niece, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT and other friends in Huron County.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
25 September 1915
Volume 62, No. 44

Mrs. J.H. MILLS is spending some time in Cleveland with her son, A.J. MILLS.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT, with her niece, Mrs. Dr. SUTTER, husband and father, are making an auto trip, visiting relatives.

Mrs. F.H. LONG has been spending a week in Cleveland, with her son, ROSS LONG and family, and other friends.

Mrs. J.W. PALMER accompanied her uncle, C.C. PALMER and wife, to Mansfield Monday to visit relatives in  that city.

C.C. PALMER and wife of Dayton, while en route for home stopped for an hour over Sunday with his brother, H.M. PALMER and family.

T.J. CUSACK, who has been quite a sufferer for the past ten days with sciatic rheumatism, is somewhat better, but still confined to his home.

IRVIN CHARITY of Detroit, was an over Sunday visitor at the home of his grandfather, T.S. CHARITY.  His sister, little Miss DOLLIE, accompanied him.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
18 September 1915
Volume 62, No. 43

Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER spent Monday in Mansfield.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT has been quite sick for several days, with mumps.

Mrs. F.H. LONG returned Monday evening from a ten days' visit with Mrs.FRANK CLINE.

Mr. and Mrs. HENRY BERRY of Ripley, spent Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. HARRY DEWITT.

DON METCALF and wife, who recently returned from California, are spending some time at the home of their father-in-law, GEO. SOUTHARD.

Mr. and Mrs. D.P. BARNES, and ANDY MACKIN and wife of Fairfield, spent Sunday at the home of WM. LONG and sister, Mrs. M.J. BROWN.

Mrs. SUSAN MILLS who has been spending some time in Sandusky at the home of her brother, JAS. HUSTON, returned home several days ago.

RICHARD SAULSBURY, working for G.W. SMITH, while feeding the threshing machine, in some way had his hand badly injured, so that he is laid up for some time.

New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
11 September 1915
Volume 62, No. 42

T.J. CUSACK suffered a slight paralytic stroke Wednesday morning, of the left side.

Miss JENNIE WEST of Plymouth, spent Sunday with her aunt, Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN.

Miss GLADYS HOUGH, who has been spending the past week in Detroit, returned home Sunday evening.

Mrs. FULLMER and daughter, of Washington, D.C., are visiting their cousin, Mrs. MARIETT WOODWORTH.

JAMES WARD and family of Plymouth, spent Labor Day at the home of his brother, FRANK RUTH and family.

Mrs. JESSIE VANWAGNER and little daughter, of Newman's Corners, spent Wednesday with Miss EFFIE NEELY.

Mrs. F.H. LONG is spending an indefinite length of time in Newark, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. CLARA CLINE.

Mrs. THURMAN WATTS of Waverly, Ohio, is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. G.W. SMITH and other relatives in this vicinity.

Mrs. D.F. DAWSON, at her home in Chicago Jct., Thursday entertained the M.E. Aid Society of the New Haven M.E. church.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
04 September 1915
Volume 62, No. 41

Miss GLADA KISER has secured a school in Mansfield.

Mrs. JESSE SOUTHARD and Miss GLADYS HOUGH are visiting friends in Detroit and Rome, Michigan.

Mr. & Mrs. FRED PALMER of Shelby, were over Sunday guests of their father, H.M. PALMER and wife.

Little Miss DOROTHY LONG is spending the week at the home of her uncle, JAMES HUSTON, in Sandusky.

Mrs. J.W. PALMER spent Tuesday in North Fairfield with her mother, Mrs. FRANK BECK, who is seriously ill.

Little Miss DOROTHY DOUD, who was spending her vacation in New London with relatives, was called home Monday by the death of her grandfather LAYER.

Mrs. SUSAN MILLS accompanied by her brother, JAMES HUSTON, to his home in Sandusky Thursday, where she will spend an indefinite length of time in that city.

Mrs. G.L. RANG and daughter, Miss GERALDINE, are spending this week with Huron County relatives, being the guests Wednesday night at the home of her cousin, Mrs. W.J. SKINNER.

The Boy Scouts of Chicago Jct. broke camp Wednesday of this week, having for the past two weeks been encamped on the banks of the Huron River on the ED. KISER farm, and hiked back to their headquarters at Chicago Junction.

FREDERICK LAYER, after a long and painful illness, passed away Saturday afternoon.  The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the M.E. church, conducted by Rev. E.L. AKERS of Chicago Junction, interment being made in Maplegrove Cemetery.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
28 August 1915
Volume 62, No. 40

Miss GRACE SLOAN of Plymouth, was a recent Sunday guest of her father.

Mrs. J.H. GLEASON, who has taken critically ill last week is much improved.

Rev. COURT MILLER and wife of Ann Arbor, were recent guests of her parents in Ripley.

GRACE L. FESSENDEN and daughter, MAXINE, were Sunday and Monday guests at the BLACKMORE home.

FORD TRUXELL has purchased the CARSON property in Delphi, and will make his future home in our city.

Mr. and Mrs. E.M. PATTERSON and daughter of Plymouth, were among the guests in the SIBBETT home last week.

MARVELL DAVIS and brothers, CLAUDE and JAMES DELLARVER of Tiro, visited their uncle, L.B. TRUXELL and wife, last Sunday.

Miss MABEL FROST of Plymouth, formerly a popular clerk in the M.I. MAYNARD store, was a recent guest of the MAYNARDS.

J.W. PETTIT is running a new Altman Taylor threshing outfit.  J.W. will get all of the grain from the straw if anyone does.

Miss BOUGHTON of Bowling Green, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. WM. SIMMONS, for a few months, left for her home a week ago.

Mrs. T.B. BLACK and son, ROSS, were in Mansfield Tuesday consulting an eye specialist.  ROSS will take treatment for the removal of ulcers from his eye.

E.D. HINCKLEY and wife, of Cleveland, and his mother, EMILINE HINCKLEY, of North Fairfield, were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.P. BOARDMAN, a week ago.

MYRA McMULLEN, who has been a student for the past two years in the Plymouth High School, left for Marion last Monday, where she will don the white cap and apron preparatory to the training for a hospital nurse.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
21 August 1915
Volume 62, No. 39

Mrs. LEE of Mansfield spent Friday night and Saturday with Miss HERMIE KNIGHT.

Mrs. JOHN MILLS, who is in very poor health, has been spending some time at the home of her son.

Miss CLEO HOUGH spent Tuesday at Linwood, attending the annual picnic of the Steuben Sunday School.

Mrs. WILLIAMS and daughter, of Cleveland, are spending a week at the home of F.H. LONG and family.

Mrs. JAMES WILKINSON and daughter, MABEL RAE, of Chicago Jct., spent Sunday at the home of GEORGE HOUGH.

Mr. & Mrs. FRANK ROUSH, with JOHN SUTTER and wife of Shelby, spent Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT.

Mr. and Mrs. FRED PALMER, of Shelby, spent a few days the latter part of the week at the home of Mr. & Mrs. H.M. PALMER.

W.D. SKINNER attended reunion of the Third Ohio Cavalry held in Chicago Jct. on Wednesday of this week and reports eighty veterans were in attendance.

Mrs. W.L. LONG of Columbus, with her daughter and children, Mrs. MEHRLING, of Chicago Jct., spent Wednesday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. J.S. LEWIS.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
14 August 1915
Volume 62, No. 38

Mrs. MAGOWN and son of Chicago, Ill., are visiting her sister, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT.

D.F. DAWSON and family of Chicago spent Sunday with their uncle, WM. LONG and sister.

Mrs. WILL MYERS and infant son are spending the week at the home of her grandfather LAYER.

Mrs. ANNA BRIDGELAND, who has been confined to her home with lumbago, is slowly improving.

Mrs. ROY REYNOLDS of Chicago Jct., with her cousin, spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. WINNIE MILLS.

Mrs. F.C. STEVENS and son, who have been visiting her father, FREDERICK LAYER, returned to their home in Newark Saturday.

FRANK CLINE and wife of Newark, are spending a few days at the home of their father, F.H. LONG, to attend the Plymouth Centennial.

Sunday evening the M.E. prayer meeting was held at the home of Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN for the pleasure of her sister, Mrs. BRIDGELAND.

The remains of HENRY TRIMMER, long years a resident of New Haven Township, but for several years residing at Chicago Junction, was
brought here Tuesday afternoon for interment in the family lot in the old cemetery.



New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
31 July 1915
Volume 62, No. 36

Mrs. ROLLA VANWAGNER has been visiting relatives near Clyde and Sandusky.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS are now looking after the welfare of an infant son in their home.

ANDY MACKIN and wife of Greenfield, spent Saturday at the home of their brother, WM. LONG.

Mrs. ANNA BRIDGLAND has for a few days been laid up at the home of her sister, Miss CHEESMAN.

WALTER and FRANCES LONG left last Thursday for Cleveland, after a delightful vacation with home friends.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT spent Sunday in Chicago Jct. at the home of their father, ISAAC DEWITT.

Mrs. H.R. KNIGHT returned Saturday evening from a few week's visit with friends in Chicago Jct.

ARTHUR BLANCHARD and wife of Rocky River, spent a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. MARY BLANCHARD.

CLEA HOUGH, who is spending the summer with an aunt near Shelby, spent Sunday at the home of her father, GEO. HOUGH.

Mrs. FRANK RUTH and daughter, Miss IDA, spent Thursday in Plymouth, at the home of her brother-in-law, JAMES WARD.

FLOYD FITCH, who has been spending his vacation with his uncle, JOHN RUPLEY, returned to his home in Jackson, Mich., Monday.

Mrs. J.H. MILLS will entertain the New Haven and Richmond Missionary Society of the Church of God at her home Thursday of next week.

Mrs. STEPHEN PHILLIPS and mother, Mrs. BAUGHMAN, who is spending some time with her, were guests Thursday of relatives in Greenfield.

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. SMITH, Mrs. F.C. STEVENS and son of Newark, Mrs. P.J. DOUD and daughter, motored to Norwalk Sunday, spending the afternoon
calling upon friends in that city.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
31 July 1915
Volume 62, No. 36

W.C. GLEASON and family were guests of friends in Bloomville, a week ago Sunday.

FRANK WILLIAMS and wife of Cleveland, are spending their vacation with Ripley relatives.

HARRY YOUNG of Norwalk, was a visitor of his parents, on the G.M. KING farm last Sunday.

Miss RUTH COGAN of Canton, Ohio, is being entertained by her friend, LUCILLE BLACKMORE, at present.

J.H. GLEASON entertained as visitors, his cousins, ALBERT HACKET of Napoleon, O., and FRED HACKET of New York City, last week.

A.D. MAYNARD, the pioneer blacksmith of Boughtonville, sold his outfit to HIGGINS & ODEL.  They took possession last Monday morning a week ago.

The social at J.W. PETTIT's home last Thursday evening was a success in every respect.  The sociability was beyond estimate and the profits were $25.00.

B.A. BOARDMAN and son, CECIL, attended a Poland China hog sale in Chatfield, Crawford Co., last week, and bought a brood sow with several young "gilts".

W.G. BLACKMORE and family, S.E. GLEASON and family, and HARRY SIBBETT with his family attended an entertainment in Fitchville, last Friday eve.  The BLACKMORE-FESSENDEN quartette furnished the music.

SAM TRAUGER is in Ripley with his threshing machine.  It looks as if he was going to stay here.  He did all of our threshing last fall.  He does not blow his whistle and make much noise, but he is mostly on hand and keeps everything coming along.

W.J. WILKINSON and wife, JANE SCOBY, 83, of Shiloh, and the writer, constituted an auto party to Geneva, Ohio, 146 miles from Delphi, two weeks ago.  The farmers all through are having the same experience we are having in getting off their harvest between the pleasant showers.

Last Saturday, H.H. SIBBETT, one of Ripley's most widely and favorably known business men, transferred the ownership of his grain elevator and adjoining buildings and lands to WALTER W. FIRESTONE, of Wayne County, thus closing a continuous service of over 16 years, as a faithful, accommodating and devoted grain merchant in Boughtonville.  We hope Mr. SIBBETT may be permitted to live and enjoy to the fullest the accumulations of his painstaking service and thrift.  Mr. FIRESTONE is a young man of 34 years, and married, is of splendid physique, his face bears the stamp of a gentleman.  We bespeak for him an abundant trace
and a prosperous life.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
24 July 1915
Volume 62, No. 35

Mr. E. DOUD of Syracuse, N.Y., spent Sunday with his brother, P.J. DOUD and family.

JAMES HUSTON, wife and daughter, of Sandusky, spent Sunday with FREDERICK LAYER.

Mrs. JOHN RUPLEY is quite sick with pleurisy and is under the care of a physician.

ROSS LONG, wife and little son, of Cleveland, spent Tuesday at the home of his father, F.H. LONG.

Mrs. A.H. HOOSE of Chicago Jct., is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH.

Sunday, Mr. & Mrs. F.H. LONG had a home-coming of children, grandchildren and other near relatives, over forty being in attendance.

GEO. H. DAY of Indianapolis, was the over Sunday guest of his niece, Mrs. HARRY DEWITT.

HERBERT MILLS and sister, HELEN, are visiting their grandparents, WM. NOBLE and wife, in Greenwich.

Mrs. A.B. MYERS and mother, Mrs. MARIA TUTTLE, of Norwalk, spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. ALTON SNYDER.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
10 July 1915
Volume 62, No. 33

Again the grim reaper has thrust his arm into Ripley, and removed another of her most splendid men, ANDRESS DEWITT, beloved by all, a friend to everybody, self-sacrificing and helpful in any way he could be to those in need.  Pleasant, affable, and genial, a Christian gentleman, was suddenly stricken in the midst of his friends at the home of his brother-in-law, a Mr. Kime, in North Fairfield, July 4, 1915.  This transition was so sudden that we hardly think it possible that he is
gone.  Funeral services were held at the house Thursday morning, conducted by his pastor, Rev. Hughes.


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03 July 1915
Volume 62, No. 32

Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Sunday with relatives in Shelby.

Mr. and Mrs. JAMES FITCH of Michigan, are spending an indefinite time with their brothers, JOHN RUPLEY and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. H.M. PALMER spent a few days this week in Mansfield, with their daughter, Mrs. W.A. LAYER.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT spent Sunday in Chicago Junction with their cousin, Mrs. ROY ROGERS and family.

Mrs. JESSIE S. VAN WAGNER and little daughter returned Sunday from a several weeks' visit with relatives near Sandusky and Clyde.

Mrs. ROY ROGERS and little daughter, with her sister, Miss CLARA DAY, of Chicago Junction, spent Wednesday with their cousin, Mrs. HARRY DEWITT.

JAMES HUSTON of Sandusky, who on his return from the G.A.R. encampment, stopped over to visit his sister, Mrs. SUSAN MILLS, returned home Monday.

Among those who attended Ringling's show in Mansfield, Tuesday, were ALFRED FULMER and nieces, EVA and ELSIE WATTS, Mr. & Mrs. JOHN FITCH,
and Mrs. JOHN RUPLEY.

Mrs. HOWARD WURTZ with JESSE, youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. FRANK RUTH, have been spending a few days with relatives in Mansfield, attending Ringling Bros. show Tuesday.

Mr. & Mrs. W.J. SKINNER, and their cousin, J.C. WOODWORTH, had a delightful automobile trip Sunday via New London, Norwalk, Sandusky, and other points in Huron and Erie counties.

Sunday evening at the request and pleasure of FREDERICK LAYER, the M.E. prayer meeting was held at his home.  He has for some months been in ill health, and when well never missed church services.


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19 June 1915
Volume 62, No. 30

FREDERICK LAYER has for several days been in a serious condition and does not rally as his friends hoped he would.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT spent Sunday in Chicago Junction with their father, ISAAC DEWITT.

Mrs. A.J. SEYDEL and daughter of Mansfield, spent a day or two with her mother, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT.

Mrs. ANNA BRIDGELAND is spending some days near Plymouth, at the home of her brother, WM. CHEESMAN.

WM. LONG, who has been seriously ill with kidney trouble, but seemed to be improving, was suddenly taken worse Monday.

Among the number that took in the Sun Bros. Show at Mansfied Thursday of last week were CLIFF KNIGHT, DONALD and SYDNEY LONG, and W.E. HOUGH.

The girls of the second and third grades are engaged in the commendable contest of making flower gardens.  Among the number are IDA RUTH, FERN PALMER, DOROTHY DOUD and HELEN MILLS.  The fad is growing.


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12 June 1915
Volume 62, No. 29

WM. LONG is slowly improving from his recent illness.

Mrs. P.J. DOUD transacted business in Plymouth on Thursday afternoon.

Mrs. CHRISMAN of Mansfield, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. O.E. BeVIER.

Miss MARIE EBINGER of Plymouth, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. M. THUMA.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT attended the funeral of WM. BROWN of Plymouth, Tuesday.

Mrs. J.M. PALMER spent Sunday in North Fairfield, at the home of her father, B.F. BECK.

Mrs. SUSAN MILLS was a Sunday guest of Mrs. GEORGE TRIMMER of Chicago Junction.

Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH has been quite ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.G. BURWELL of Chicago Junction.

Little Miss HELEN MILLS is spending her vacation in Greenwich with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. WM. NOBLE.

Mrs. MILA FACKLER of Plymouth, was an over Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. TILLIE McLAUGHLIN, west of the village.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT and Mrs. WASHBURN entertained the M.E. Aid Society at the home of the former, Thursday afternoon.

Mrs. C.J. GAULT and family, and Mr. & Mrs. W.A. GARRETT, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. HARRY GUESS, east of Plymouth.

Mr. and Mrs. D.P. BARNES of Fairfield, spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. E.N. KISER also calling at the home of their cousins, WM.
LONG and sister, Mrs. M.J. BROWN.


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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
05 June 1915
Volume 62, No. 28

FRANCIS P. LONG has accepted a position in Cleveland.

Rev. J.J. WYETH of Mansfield, O., was in the village Monday.

Rev. CRAFTS of Plymouth, delivered the Memorial sermon Sunday.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT was the guest of Mrs. AMANDA SOUTHARD Thursday.

Mrs. R.E. DAWSON was the guest of her parents at Fairfield, Thursday.

Miss RUBY SEYDEL of Auburn, Ind., is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity.

Miss GLADYS HUNT of Toledo is visiting Mrs. H.F. DICKINSON and other friends in this vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. GEO. HOUGH were guests of Mr. and Mrs. WM. BURWELL of Chicago, Monday.

Mrs. RAY CRAIG and children of Norwalk, were the guests of E.N. KISER and family, Monday.

Miss NELLIE LOVELAND and her friend, Miss FRANCIS GERLACH of Winona Lake, Ind., are visiting at Oberlin.

SAMUEL KISER and daughter, Mrs. SCOTT WALTERS of Mifflinburg, Pa., are visiting their cousin, Mr. NELSON KISER and family.

Mr. and Mrs. HARMON and son of Chicago, Misses IRENE and MARIE EBINGER were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WILL THUMA.

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. PALMER and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. CHAMBERS, and Mr. ARTHUR FRANKLIN were entertained Sunday at the home of Mrs. A. MILLS and family.


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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
29 May 1915
Volume 62, No. 27

Miss MABEL SKINNER is spending a week with relatives in Toledo.

Mrs. WM. LYNN of Plymouth, spent Monday at the home of Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER.

Mrs. O.E. BEVIER has been on the sick list for the past week with nervous prostration.

Mr. and Mrs. A. MACKIN of Greenfield, spent Sunday with their cousin, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.

Mrs. WILL WOLFE of Cleveland, has been visiting with her father, J.D. GRIMES and wife.

Mrs. HENRY MILLER and daughter, of Lima, were guests Tuesday of Mrs. J.W. PALMER.

Mrs. ANNA WOODRUFF of Norwalk, is spending the week with her brother, FREDERICK LAYER.

Mr. and Mrs. RAY DICKINSON spent Sunday at the home of WILSON TUTTLE south of Plymouth.

FRANCIS LONG left for Cleveland Sunday evening, having secured a position with the Mazda light company.

Mrs. ROSS LONG and little son, of Cleveland, spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her father-in-law, F.H. LONG.

O.O. GARRETT while running an emery wheel was hit in the eye by a small chip of steel, bruising the inside of the eyelid, causing him much
suffering.

WM. LONG has for the past ten days been seriously ill with kidney trouble.  His daughters from Detroit and a son and daughter from Toledo
came to spend a few days.  He is slowly improving at this time.


New Haven Township High School, Class of 1915
source:  THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER  (Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio):  08
May 1915, Volume 62, No. 24

The sixth annual commencement of the New Haven Township High School will be held Thursday evening, May 20, at 8 o'clock at the M.E. church in the
above village.  There are six in the graduating class as follows:

Clarence V. Cole
Phoebe J. Smith
Francis C. Long
Edna M. Miller
Cecil G. Boardman

Hon. A.W. Overmyer will deliver the class address.

*Submitter's note:  There were only five names listed in this announcement.



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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
15 May 1915
Volume 62, No. 25

Mrs. SYLVIA WASHBURN is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN has been ailing the past week from some bronchial trouble.

HARRY DEWITT is very ill with measles.  Several other members of the family are sick with the same ailment.

Mr. and Mrs. BISCHOFF, with Mr. and Mrs. MARX MYERS of Peru, were the Sunday afternoon guests of W.A. GARRETT  and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. ISAAC DEWITT of Chicago Junction, have been spending several days at the home of their son, HARRY and family.

O.E. BEVIER is making quite an improvement at home by having the fence and some old trees trimmed and removed from the lawn.

Mrs. NEFF and Miss HERMIE KNIGHT entertained the Richmond and New Haven Missionary Societies at their home, Wednesday of this week.  There was a
good attendance and interesting meeting.


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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
01 May 1915
Volume 62, No. 23

Mrs. ETHEL SAULSBURY has been ill for several days with measles.

Miss EFFIE NEELEY is spending a few days with relatives in Greenfield.

CLYDE DAY of Plymouth, is spending the week with his cousin, Mrs. HARRY DEWITT.

Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN was taken suddenly ill Wednesday with some acute throat trouble.

CHAS. SOUTHARD and family, of Plymouth, spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. J.W. PALMER.

S.G. MILLER has received word from his sister, Mrs. F.C. PENNINGTON, of Fernandina, Fla., that she is very low with cancer.

Mrs. FRANK RUTH and WILL STRIMPLE and family were called to Shiloh Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. EARL FROST of Toledo.

The stork express stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MAURICE MILLS Monday night and left a little son for them to care for.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS had for their guests Sunday, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. MYERS of Boughtonville, and Miss MAURICE BODINE.

New Haven news from
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24 April 1915
Volume 62, No. 22

G.M. HOUGH and daughter opened their store for business Monday of this week.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT spent Tuesday in Ripley at the home of CHAS. LEWIS and family.

Mrs. CHAS. NOBLE has been on the sick list for some weeks, but is somewhat better now.

FRED CLARK and wife of Plymouth spent Sunday at the home of their father, G.M. HOUGH.

Mr. and Mrs. THUMA, who lived on the EBINGER farm have moved to the Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER farm.

Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE ROUSH and FRANK ROUSH and wife, of Shelby, spent Sunday with Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family.

Mrs. D.F. DAWSON and children of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday at the home of her uncle, WM. LONG and sister, Mrs. M.J. BROWN.

WALTER LONG leaves for Detroit Saturday, where he expects to take a boat and spend the summer on the upper lakes.



New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
17 April 1915
Volume 62, No. 21

CHAS. KNIGHT has been on the sick list for a few days.

Mrs. W.J. SKINNER has been on the sick list with grippe.

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT has been spending a few days with friends in Chicago Junction.

Mr. & Mrs. ANDY MACKIN of Fairfield, spent Tuesday with their brother, WM. LONG and sister.

Mrs. A.J. MILLS of Cleveland, has been spending a few days at the home of her father, E.R. SKINNER.

The store of GEO. HOUGH will this week be opened for business in the room in the I.O.O.F. building vacated by J.W. PALMER.

HERBERT, little son of Mrs. WINNIE MILLS is quite ill with measles.  Also the children of SCOTT CLARK are on the sick list with the same disease.

Mrs. A.H. HOOSE of Chicago Junction, who has been caring for her mother, Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH, returned to her home Monday evening, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. BURWELL.

Mrs. CLARA LONG CLINE and little daughter, who have been spending some time at the home of her father, F.H. LONG, accompanied by her husband,
FRANK CLINE, returned to her home in Newark, Sunday.

The funeral of EDWIN WOODWORTH was held from the home last Thursday afternoon.  Many relatives from Hillsdale, Mich., Cleveland, Plymouth
and Norwalk were in attendance, and interment was made in Maple Grove Cemetery.



New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
03 April 1915
Volume 62, No. 19

Mrs. CHAS. WYANDT, Sr., has been on the sick list for the past two weeks.

Mrs. M.C. SUTTON has been on the sick list for the past few days with la grippe.

Mrs. SYLVIA SPRINGSTEAD is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

OSCAR HOWELL has leased some land on the C.J. GARRETT farm west of town and will engage in truck gardening.

WM. LONG returned from a ten days' visit in Toledo, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. MYERS, Saturday evening.

Mrs. ANNA WOODRUFF, who has been with her brother, FREDERICK LAYER, returned to her home in Norwalk Thursday.

Mrs. THERESA HOUGH died Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. CHAS. UNDERWOOD, near Boughtonville.

SIMON MILLER, who for the past year has been on the GUNSAULLUS farm, has moved to the M.C. DICK place, which he recently purchased.

New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
27 March 1915
Volume 62, No. 18

Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER spent Wednesday in Mansfield.

Mrs. O.E. BEVIER has been on the sick list for the past week.

WM. LONG has gone to Toledo to spend a week with his daughter, Mrs. MYERS.

Mrs. J.N. KISER, who is very ill, does not improve as much as her friends hoped for.

Mr. and Mrs. J.S. LEWIS were called to North Fairfield to attend the funeral of Mrs. HARRINGTON.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS have moved from the C.M. DICK place to the house recently vacated  by W.S. FROST.

Miss MILDRED LONG of Tiro, and ROSS LONG of Cleveland, were over Sunday guests of their parents, F.H. LONG and wife.

Mrs. ANNA WOODRUFF, of Norwalk, is spending some time with FREDERICK LAYER, who has been quite sick, but is improving now.

There are rumors that we are to have a new and up-to-date store in the room of the I.O.O.F. building, vacated recently by J.M. PALMER.

Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD LUTEMAN, of Clyde, who were called to Fairfield by the death of their mother, Mrs. HARRINGTON, spent Thursday night and
Friday with their cousin, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT were called to North Fairfield last Thursday to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. WATERSON HARRINGTON.  Mrs.
HARRY DEWITT, formerly a neighbor of Mrs. H., accompanied them.


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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
20 March 1915
Volume 62, No. 17

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Mrs. MARGARET NEWMAN entertained the M.E. Aid Society Thursday at an all day meeting.

Miss EFFIE NEELY spent a few days this week in Chicago Junction.

Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. HAZEL ROBINSON.

Mrs. WILL STRIMPLE has been sick for several days with la grippe.

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT is spending a few days in Chicago Junction.

Mrs. A.A. CARPENTER of Plymouth spent Thursday at the home of I.M. CRONINGER.

Tuesday Mrs. HARRY DEWITT entertained Mrs. ISAAC DEWITT of Chicago Junction, with her daughter, Mrs. ALBERT MILLER, of Petersborough, M---,
and Mrs. HENRY MILLER of G-----ch.

Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON has been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. FLOYD SPARKS.

Mrs. FREDA VOGUS of Lorain, is spending some time with her brother, HAROLD DICKINSON.

Mrs. C.C. KILMER is visiting her sister, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT, and other friends here.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
06 March 1915
Volume 62, No. 16

Miss CLARIS TOOKER is counted among the sick at present.

R.C. BOARDMAN attended the extension school in Plymouth last week.

Mr. and Mrs. U.W. RANK were guests of relatives in Cleveland last week.

B.L. BLACKMORE was under the care of Dr. SAUNDERS of Shiloh, a few days last week.

FLORENCE DEWITT, who has been spending a few weeks with her sister, in Crestline, arrived home last week.

Miss HELEN SIMMONS in writing to her friends here from Florida reports her trip through the south as very enjoyable and pleasant.

CHAS. ALBERTS, who has been living back in the woods on his farm making plenty of money, has extended his domain by purchasing the W.H.
McLAUGHLIN farm, where he will reside in the future.

Mrs. MINNIE McMULLEN, who underwent an operation at St. Luke's Hospital in Cleveland recently, found the operation was not successful and went
back to the hospital last Sunday for another trial.

E.E. LEONHARDT sold his farm to D.J. STUCKEY and moved on a farm near New Washington last Tuesday.  E.E. and his esteemed wife made many
friends in Ripley, and we all regret his moving from our midst.

ALBERT REIBER, the blind broom manufacturer, would be glad to supply all the wants of broom users at very reasonable prices, and would appreciate
the patronage very much.  He is at home on the W.B. ROSS farm.

DAVIS TRUXELL, aged 96, is very sick at the home of his son-in-law in Ripley.  The physicians and those at his bedside have no hopes of his
recovery.  His daughter, Mrs. DELARVER, is assisting in the care of her father.

E.C. KING and wife, Mr. and Mrs. BARTOW, Mrs. L.B. TRUXELL, Mrs. MELVIN HOWARD, EMMA HA--ING, Mrs. LWEIS LUTEMAN, HENRY LUTEMAN, and the writer, were the Ripleyans in attendance at the Carson funeral in plymouth last Saturday.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
27 February 1915
Volume 62, No. 15

RALPH SNYDER and W.J. SKINNER each have bought a Ford automobile.

Mrs. MINERVA WARD of Plymouth, spent Sunday at the home of her son, FRANK RUTH.

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. CRONINGER.

Mrs. NNA WOODWORTH of Norwalk spent last Thursday with her brother, FREDERICK LAYER.

MIKE SHEELY and wife of Plymouth spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.E. BEVIER.

W.A. LAYER and wife of Mansfield, spent Sunday at the home of his father FREDERICK LAYER.

C.H. KNIGHT and grandson, FRED LEWIS of Ripley, spent Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. LIZZIE CLARK.

J.M. PALMER has been getting his own store room fixed up and will move his store some time next week from the I.O.O.F. building.

ARTHUR WATTS and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. PALMER, and Mrs. WINNIE MILLS attended the funeral of WM. CHERRY at North Fairfield, Sunday.

New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
20 February 1915
Volume 62, No. 14

Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER spent Monday in Mansfield.

WILL FROST and family moved to Chicago Junction Wednesday.

Miss EFFIE NEELY spent a few days last week with Steuben friends.

FREDERICK LAYER has been seriously ill for some days, but is doing nicely now.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and daughters entertained the M.E. Aid Society last week Thursday.

GLADYS HOUGH of Crestline, was an over Sunday guest of her father, G.M. HOUGH and family.

Mrs. G.M. HOUGH has been spending a few days in Crestline with her mother, Mrs. ANDREW MONTEITH.

W.G. BURWELL and wife and little granddaughter, were guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH.

AGNES, daughter of STEPHEN PHILLIPS, has been quite ill with scarlet fever, but is much better at this writing.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT and daughter spent Sunday in Shelby at the home of their brother, MELCHOIR MILLS and wife.

Master PERRY DEWITT and cousin GEORGE L. DEWITT, spent Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ISAAC DEWITT.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and daughter entertained the M.E. Aid Society at their home last week Thursday at an all day meeting.  A fine chicken dinner
was served.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
06 February 1915
Volume 62, No. 12

FREDERICK LAYER has been on the sick list for several days.

Rev. NEFF is holding services in the M.E. church this week.

Mrs. J.H. MILLS has been on the sick list for the past few days.

Mr. and Mrs. S.F. REED spent Sunday with relatives in Chicago Junction.

Mrs. S.F. KISER and sister, Mrs. HANNAH MOSES, spent Sunday at the J.M. KISER home.

Miss EFFIE NEELEY and brother spent several days last week with relatives in Steuben.

Mrs. SYLVIA SPRINGSTEAD of Clarksfield has been spending some time with her sister, Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

W.E. HOUGH spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. THERESA HOUGH, at the home of his sister, Mrs. CHAS. UNDERWOOD, near Boughtonville.

F.H. LONG and wife received word Monday of the arrival of a new granddaughter in the home of their son-in-law, FRANK CLINE, of Newark.

Mrs. W.J. SKINNER and daughter, with her cousin, Mrs. E.N. KISER, spent Thursday of last week in Fairfield at the home of Mr. D.P. BARNES and
wife, father of the latter.

Mrs. H.M. PALMER who has been quite sick for the past ten days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.A. LAYER, was brought to her own home
Wednesday afternoon of this week.

ROSS LONG, who was employed with the Mazda Electric Company of Shelby, spent a few hours Sunday with his father, while en route for Cleveland,
to which city the company has been moving their plant.  Mrs. LONG will spend a few weeks with her parents in Plymouth.

Saturday a jolly lot of Tiro young folks made a sleighing party that was entertained at the home of Mr. & Mrs. F.H. LONG, with their daughter,
MILDRED, who is a teacher in the Tiro schools.  Mrs. LONG served a fine warm supper and the time was most pleasantly spent in music and games.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
23 January 1915
Volume 62, No. 10

Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER spent Saturday in Mansfield.

Mrs. O.E. GRIMES has been on the sick list for several days.

Mrs. MELCHOR MILLS spent Thursday with Mrs. MAUD TUCKER near Plymouth.

Mrs. I.M. CORNINGER spent Friday in Richmond at the home of JOHN FRAISER and family.

Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER spent Thursday in Chicago Junction with her sister Mrs. A.B. KAUFFMAN.

Mr. and Mrs. FRED CLARK of Plymouth, spent Sunday with their father, G.M. HOUGH and family.

Miss H.R. KNIGHT is spending a few days this week at the home of Mrs. A.A. CARPENTER near Plymouth.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL LINK of Fairfield spent Sunday at the home of their brother-in-law, J.M. PALMER.

JOHN ALBONES of Shelby, spent several days last week with his cousin, Mrs. DUBOIS, returning home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. WM. CHEESMAN of Plymouth, were guests Sunday at the home of their sister, Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN.

ED L. BLANCHARD of Afton, Iowa, has been spending a few weeks with his aunt, Mrs. RALPH SNYDER, and uncle, W.H. SKINNER.

Miss NETTIE WEST and friend, Mr. KARL SEGER, of Greenfield, were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN, aunt of the former.

Mrs. A.B. MYERS of Norwalk, has been spending a few days with her brother, WILLIS TUTTLE and wife, going to Shelby, Tuesday, for a few
days visit at the home of MERRIT TUTTLE and family.

Mrs. H.M. PALMER went to Mansfield last week Friday afternoon to visit her daughter, Mrs. W.A. LAVER, and during the night was taken suddenly
ill.  Mr. PALMER was called by telephone Saturday morning.  He went up to Mansfield but found Mrs. PALMER in such a condition that she could
not be removed home for several days.

Miss CLARA SMITH, daughter of Mrs. MAGGIE SMITH, who for several weeks was sick with typhoid fever, died Tuesday of last week.  Funeral was
held Friday morning from the M.E. Church, burial in Maple Grove Cemetery.  Her father, R.J. SMITH, preceded her several years ago, dying
of the same disease.  She was a general favorite in this community.  The Steuben choir had charge of the music.


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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
16 January 1915
Volume 62, No. 9

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Miss HERMIE KNIGHT spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

---- ORTHWEN and daughter, Mary, were Sunday guests of Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON.

Mrs. FRANK KISER has been spending a week with relatives in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Miss GLADYS HUNT of Toledo was the Sunday afternoon guest at the home of Mrs. W.J. SKINNER.

Mrs. CLIFTON SMITH of Newark, is spending the holidays at the home of her father, O.E. GRIMES.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT had for guests Christmas, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family, WM. LONG and sister, Mrs. M.J. BROWN and Mrs. H.J. HELLER.

BERNICE and CLARA MILLS, who spent the holidays with their grandmother Mrs. E.P. SKINNER, and Mrs. J.H. MILLS, returned Saturday to their home
in Cleveland.

Mrs. FRED STEVENS and son, ROYDON, spent the holidays with her father, FREDERICK LAYER and other relatives, returning to her home in Newark,
Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. E.R. DICKINSON, H.F. DICKINSON and family, GEO. DICKINSON and Mrs. ETHEL FOX and daughter, spent Friday in Plymouth at the home of F.P. VOGUS.

James DAWSON and family had for some of their New Years guests, his father and family, WILL DAWSON and daughters, of Chicago Junction, and
MARGARET and OLA NEW of this village.

Mr. and Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER entertained New Year's day, B.F. FINK, Mrs. KARL SAGE and daughter, and Mrs. A.A. CARPENTER and family of Plymouth.

GLADYS HOUGH of Crestline, Mr. & Mrs. FRED CLARK of Plymouth, Mrs. BERT ROBINSON, MINOR BURWELL and wife, and Mrs. IDA HOOSE of Chicago Junction, spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. & Mrs. G.M. HOUGH.

The officers for 1915 of the New Haven Sunday School are:  Superintendent, ELLA SNYDER;  Secretary, THOR WOODWORTH;  Treasurer, IDA
CHAPMAN;  Organist, FRANCES LONG;  Assistant, GLADYS KISER;  Chorister, LIZZIE WOODWORTH;  Librarian, JESSE SKINNER.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
19 December 1914
Volume 62, No. 5

C.M. WILLIAMS of Cleveland, is in Delphi on business and visiting relatives.

Mrs. ED. COLE and sister, KATHERINE HEAD, were Xmas shoppers in Mansfield recently.

Miss MYRA PAINE of Anderson, Ind., is spending a short vacation in the BLACKMORE's home.

WALTER COLE, a meat merchant of Pavilion, N.Y. was a recent guest of his brother, ED. and wife.

Rev. MOTT of Plymouth M.E. church is assisting Rev. HUGHES in Delphi for a few nights.  The new Rev. to this part of the country is one of our
most earnest and eloquent men.

J.H. GLEASON purchased the old SIBBETT home on the corner in Delphi, Tuesday, of C.W. WILLIAMS, of Cleveland.  Having rented his farm will
remodel his new purchase for a permanent home.

Mrs. L.B. TRUXELL who has been visiting her brother, Rev. T. HOWARD JONES, of Great Barrington, Mass., and other brothers and sisters in New
Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, for the past twelve weeks, arrived home a week ago.
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21 November 1914
Volume 62,  No. 1

Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Saturday in Shelby with relatives.

RICHARD SAULSBURY and wife have moved to the old HELLER homestead.

T.J. DuBOIS has gone to Clermont County to make his home with his daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR CAMPBELL are spending a few days with Mrs. C's parents, in the southern part of the state.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK CLINE, who returned from Newark Friday, are spending a few days at the home of F.H. LONG.

Mrs. FRANK M. CHAPMAN has been spending the past two weeks in Ripley, at the home of her sister, Mrs. CHAS. SILLIMAN.

Mrs. WILL STRIMPLE entertained Tuesday Mrs. ARVILLA STRIMPLE and Mrs. H.J. HELLER, in honor of their birthdays, also Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.  A
fine chicken dinner was served.  Mrs. HELLER and Mrs. STRIMPLE were the recipients of numerous pretty and useful gifts from friends.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
07 November 1914
Volume 61, No. 51

Miss HAZEL MILLER has gone to Lima for an extended visit with relatives.

W.A. GARRETT and J.S. LEWIS transacted business in Norwalk, Saturday.

Mrs. C.H. SKINNER and children were Norwalk shoppers Tuesday of last week.

CHAS. LEWIS of Boughtonville, was the Sunday guest of his father-in-law, C.H. KNIGHT.

Mr. and Mrs. ROSS LONG of Shelby, spent Sunday at the home of his father, F.H. LONG.

Mrs. LOUIS SIMMERMACHER of Chicago Junction, spent Monday with her aunt, Mrs. HENRY MILLER.

Mrs. FULLER and daughter, RUTH, of North Fairfield, spent Friday at the home of Mrs. FRANK RUTH.

Mrs. NORMAN HOUGH has been spending a few days in Bucyrus at the home of her son, EDWARD  HOUGH.

Mr. and Mrs. ANDY MACKIN of Fairfield, spent Sunday at the home of their brother, WM. LONG and sister.

JOE SLOCUM is the newly appointed mail carrier from the B.&O. railroad station to the postoffice in Palmer's store.

Mrs. HANNAH MOSES of Ann Arbor, Mich., came Friday to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. FRANK KISER.

Mr. and Mrs. RAY DICKINSON with their little nephew, spent Sunday in Chicago Junction at the home of Mr. and Mrs. GEO. ENGELHART.

Mrs. M.C. SUTTON and aunt, Mrs. ANNA BRIDGELAND, of Omaha, spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. LABOLD STARRETT, sister of the former,
near Chicago Junction.

Mr. and Mrs. JESSE SEYDEL of Mansfield are spending an indefinite length of time at the home of their mother, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT.  Mr. SEYDEL is
working in a machine shop in that city.

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Mrs. J.W. PALMER and daughter spent Thursday last in Norwalk.

Miss HAZEL MILLER has gone to Lima for an indefinite length of time.

Mrs. FRANK RUTH and Mrs. MINERVA WARD spent last Thursday with friends in Steuben.

A number of friends of Mrs. BETTS, sister of Mrs. CLARK, attended the burial service at Maple Grove, Friday of last week.

Mrs. P.J. DOUD, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT and Mrs. MARY ROBINSON attended Rebekah Lodge at Chicago Junction last Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of their aunt, Mrs. MARY HARRINGTON, in Fairfield.

Mrs. DUNCAN of Chicago Junction, and W.F. KEELER and wife of Plymouth, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. HENRY MILLER.

Mr. and Mrs. H.P. STEELE of Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. M. SHEELY of Plymouth, were Sunday guests of O.E. BEVIER and family.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
07 November 1914
Volume 61, No. 51

Mr. HUFF, of Crestline, was a guest of his father-in-law, Wednesday.

Rev. E.S. TOMPKINS of Norwalk, assisted at the obsequies of our late townsman, L.D. CRUM.

Mr. and Mrs. HUBBARD ST. JOHN of Greenwich, were last Sunday guests of J. ALLEN and wife.

We hear that F.P. BOARDMAN and wife will spend the coming winter in southern climes, as a benefit to the health of F.P.

J.F. YOUNG of Los Angeles, California, a fast line passenger conductor running between Chicago and Los Angeles, was a recent guest of his
sister, Mrs. FANNIE BARKER.

EARL RIDDLE, wife and daughter, S.N. DUFFY and wife, of Richmond Township, and J.E. DAWSON and wife of Chicago Junction, were in
attendance at the L.D. CRUM funeral, last Wednesday.

C.H. SILLIMAN was caught in a wreck in New Haven about four weeks ago and while having a bad bruise on the fleshy part of the hip, in which an
incision was made for removing clotted blood, he is improving nicely, is in good spirits and in splendid mood for a good visit with all who call.

There was no singing at the funeral of L.D. CRUM.  While we have always been moved by the sentiment brought forth in the sacred songs on such
occasions, yet the profuseness of the splendid passages of scripture read and touching prayer and inspiring sermon and talk was probably
satisfying to all.

New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
24 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 49

O.E. BEVIER is building a good sized garage just north of his dwelling house.

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT visited her sister, Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH, in Chicago Junction Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. CHAS. SOUTHARD of Plymouth, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. J.W. PALM.

Mrs. NEWTON CARSON of Plymouth, spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. HOWARD WENTZ.

RICHARD SAULSBURY and wife have moved into the south part of Mrs. M. WOODWORTH's house.

Mr. and Mrs. BARKER of Boughtonville, spent Wednesday with their aunt Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family.

Mrs. MINERVA WARD of Plymouth, is spending a few days this week at the home of her son, FRANK RUTH.

W.F. KEELER and family of Plymouth, spent Sunday at the home of their father, HENEY MILLER and family.

Mr. and Mrs. WM. NOBLE of Greenwich, ELMER NOBLE and family of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. ROY REYNOLDS and daughter of Chicago Junction, with a
number of other relatives, spent Sunday with Mrs. WINNIE NOBLE MILLS and children.

Mrs. WINNIE N. MILLS and children, Mrs. J.H. MILLS, ALEX STARKEY and wife, Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON, FLOYD SPARKS and family, CHAS. NOBLE and family, were some of the relatives who attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM NOBLE at Greenwhich last week.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
24 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 49

CLIFFORD G. KNIGHT has built a new barn and is now ready for winter.

L.W. CLINE and wife attended the races in Lexington, Ky., last week.

The Ripley football team "did up" Shiloh in a score of 31 to 0, two weeks ago.

C.H. SILLIMAN was operated on last Saturday for a pus gathring in his injured hip.

Mrs. MINNIE McMULLEN and daughter, TERESSE, were visitors of her brothers in Cleveland last week.

FRED CASE and wife, who have been visiting relatives in this vicinity have gone to visit a brother in Canton, Ohio.

LEE DUFFY, wife and child, of New Haven, were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of his brother, W.E. and wife.

R.R. JENKINS of Chicago Junction delivered a temperance address in the Delphi church last Sunday eve.  The attendance was satisfactory.

Mrs. RIBER of Celeryville was a caller in Delphi last Sunday.  Mrs. R. has 7 sons and no doubt W.B. ROSS anticipated our neighborhood's need of
help.  Thanks to W.B.

AARON BLACK who is assisting GEO. BRINSON husk corn, used Tuesday as a holiday and visited his friends in Delphi.  We are always glad to sit
down and have a chat with him.

LIZZIE CARSON of Mansfield, visited her mother from Wednesday until Sunday.  Her mother expects to leave in the near future to spend the
winter with her daughter, AGNES, in Baltimore.

At the temperance meeting last Sunday eve at the M.E. church, W.G. BLACKMORE and J.J. UNDERWOOD were appointed a committee on meetings. 
G.A. HASSINGER on fnance and literature.

After a married life of 25 years last Thursday night, Oct. 15, our hustling neighbor, B.A. BOARDMAN and wife, were almost caught napping by
their children, relatives and friends to the number of almost 60, who rushed in on them to tell them that they had dropped in as a surprise to
help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary.  The evening was spent in social chat, games, feasting and giving of remembrances, and at
a late hour bid the genial bride and groom good luck and many more anniversaries.

L.D. CRUM was operated on recently for the removal of pus from his lungs and at present is a great sufferer and the probabilities are that he may
not be long with us.  There is one thing of which we are fully cognizant whether his time here be long or short, his life has been a splendid
contribution to our community.  He has been closely connected with all the departments of the church.  He stood for many years at the head of
the Sunday Schools of the township, as S.S. superintendent, most always a teacher served several years as teacher in the public schools.  He was
not selfish to his own church and community but he and his devoted wife were always inspiring in the missionary society.  We have found him
conservative, generous and kind.  He believes in Paul to the Galatians, "If a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual restore such
as one in the spirit of meekness, consider thyself, lest thou also be tempted."  The writer has always found him a trusted advisor and
counselor.  The young people always loved him and trusted him.  The fact is L.D. CRUM's path through life is marked with deeds of kindness. 
Truth is the inspiration of his life, and by kindness he is showing forth its matchless worth.  Our hope and prayer is that God may spare
him to earth, not as a sufferer, but as a healed worker.  We need such men.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
17 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 48

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F.H. LONG and family spent Sunday in Shelby at the home of their son, ROSS LONG.

J.W. PALMER, who has been suffering with sciatic rheumatism is somewhat better.

EUGENE CASE spent several days this week at the home of his cousin, near Boughtonville.

Mrs. A.A. CARPENTER of Plymouth, spent Thursday of last week with Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER.

Mrs. J.H. MILLS spent several days in Cleveland last week, at the home of her son, A.J. MILLS.

Mrs. RAY DICKINSON entertained the ladies of the M.E. Aid Society, Thursday of this week.

Miss IRENE MYERS, who spent a few days here with friends, returned to her home in Peru Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. CARSON, who have been living in Miss KNIGHT's house have moved to Plymouth.

MARX MYERS and wife of Peru, and W.A. GARRETT, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. C.J. GARRETT.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS moved last week into the Newman house near the S., N. & M. street car line.

An event of interest last Friday was the celebration of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. BERTHA M. McLAUGHLIN and Miss ELLA SNYDER by a
number of their friends and former schoolmates.

J.S. LEWIS and niece, Mrs. W.J. SKINNER, spent last week with friends in Newark, attending the fair, and were over Sunday guests in Columbus, of
his brother-in-law, Dr. W.S. LONG and family.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
10 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 47

LUCIUS SIMMONS is working with his brother Howard, in Toledo.

The W.F.M.S. will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. G.A. HASSINGER.

MELVIN HOWARD, who had his collar bone broken a few weeks ago, is getting along nicely.

Mrs. MARGARET CARSON was the guest of her son, NEWTON, in Plymouth over Sunday.

ELMER NOBLE, wife and daughter, of Beeville, Tex., are visiting relatives in Huron County.

LEWIS LUTEMAN and family were guests of his sister, Mrs. ANNA WATTS and husband, last Sunday.

L.D. CRUM underwent an operation last week for the removal of pus, from an abcess on his side.

W.G. BLACKMORE and G.S. CATLIN, former well known Epworth Leaguers attended the League rally at the conference a week ago.

Rev. H.H. HUGHES, the new pastor for Delphi, is a young man, married, has a family, and first impressions are that he is what we want.

J.W. PETTIT and wife, and THOS. KIZER and wife, THOS. SIBBETT and the writer, of Ripley were among the visitors at the Richland County Fair
last week.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
03 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 46

DOROTHY LONG has been on the sick list for a few days.

Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH is visiting relatives in Chicago Junction.

JOHN ALBONES of Tiro, is visiting his aunt, Miss JENNIE DUBOIS.

The Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. RAY DICKINSON, Thursday, Oct. 8th.

Miss ALICE BROWN attended the M.E. conference Friday of last week in Norwalk.

J.W. PALMER has been laid up for a few days with an acute attack of lumbago.

Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES KNIGHT were the guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. RAY DICKINSON.

Miss IRENE MYERS of Peru spent a day or two this week at the home of W.A. GARRETT.

Miss H.R. KNIGHT, after a few weeks' stay in Chicago Junction, returned home Saturday.

Miss FAY BUZZARD of Chicago Jct. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON.

Mr. and Mrs. F.P. VOGUS of Lorain spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of their father, G.W. DICKINSON.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family and Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT spent Sunday with relatives near Mansfield.

Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
03 October 1914
Volume 61, No. 46

FLORENCE DEWITT is the guest of relatives in Cleveland.

FRED CASE and wife of Indiana, are visiting their Delphi relatives.

JAY DEWITT and wife of Norwalk, were over Sunday guests of E.A. DEWITT.

Mr. and Mrs. HENNING, BRUCE SNYDER and children, of Tiro, and CLARK ADAMS of Lyons, Fulton Co., were Sunday guests at the home of G.A.
HASSINGER.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
26 September 1914
Volume 61, No. 45

Mr. and Mrs. C.D. DELANCY and Miss PHOEBE SMITH and friend, motored to Cleveland Sunday, spending a very delightful day.

Quite recently the son of Mrs. THURMAN WATTS, who is spending some time at the home of her sister, Mrs. G.W. SMITH, fell from the porch and
dislocated his elbow.

Mrs. ADAHA EARHART WILSON of Cincinnati, is visiting her father, T.J. DUBOIS and sister.

Rev. E.L. AKERS and wife of Chicago Junction, were callers Sunday at the home of T.S. CHARITY.

J.W. PALMER and family spent Sunday at the home of FRANK BECK, in Fairfield.

Mr. and Mrs. JAMES WARD and little daughter, of Cleveland, spent Friday afternoon and evening at the home of their brother and family.

FRANK CROUSE of Mansfield, spent Sunday at the home of his cousin, W.B. HOOVER.

Mrs. O.E. BEVIER has for a few days been on the sick list.  GRACE NICHOLAS is looking after her household affairs.

Mrs. J.H. MILLS and Mrs. WINNIE MILLS and children spent Sunday in Fairfield at the home of Mr. and Mrs. EARNEST CHAMBERS.

Mrs. RAY DICKINSON entertained at dinner Friday, Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT and Mrs. MARTHA SNYDER.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
19 September 1914
Volume 61, No. 44

T.J. CUSACK celebrated his 85th. birthday, Wednesday of this week.

Mrs. F.H. LONG spent Wednesday in Shelby, at the home of her son, ROSS LONG.

Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON spent last Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. FLOYD SPARKS.

Mrs. RAY DICKINSON entertained the ENGELHART family of Chicago Junction this week.

Mr. and Mrs. HARRY DEWITT and family spent several days last week with relatives in Crestline.

Miss LIZZIE CARPENTER of Plymouth, spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER.

H.C. SKINNER and family spent the day Sunday at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.

Mr. and Mrs. BERT HECKELMAN and other relatives of Fitchville, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

Miss MABEL FARRAHR, after a ten days' visit at the home of F.H. LONG, returned to her home in Cleveland, Saturday.

A jolly crowd from the BEVIER home took in the Attica fair Thursday, being transported to the fair in the BEVIER auto truck.

Mrs. SEYMOUR CRONINGER and children of Centerton, and Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER spent Thursday with Misses MARGARET and ORA NEWMAN.

Miss REBECCA CHAPMAN and her sister, Mrs. ANNA BRIDGLAND of Nebraska, spent Monday in Norwalk at the home of their cousin, JOHN HOLLIS and family.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
12 September 1914
Volume 61, No. 43

Mrs. FRANK CLINE is a guest of Newark relatives.

WALTER LONG left Monday for Ada to attend school, and will make a specialty of civil engineering.

J.W. PALMER and family, Mrs. J.H. MILLS, Mrs. WINNIE MILLS and children spent Sunday at Cedar Point.

The schools opened Tuesday with the same corps of teachers with the exception of Misses KISER and SIMPKINS.

Miss BYRD LOISTETTER of Cuyahoga Falls, was called home Monday by the death of her uncle, JACK McELWAIN.

Mr. FARRASH and daughter, Miss MABEL, of Cleveland, were over Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. LONG.

WM. BURWELL and family, A.H. HOOSE and wife of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. AMELIA D. HOUGH.

Mrs. G.H. CRAFTS with her sister, Miss EMMA FOX of Plymouth, were callers Friday afternoon at the home of their aunt, Miss JENNIE DUBOIS.

J.G. HANNA of Hiawatha, Kansas came east to attend the G.A.R. encampment at Detroit, and spent several days this week with some of his Huron
County friends.

O.O. GARRETT, who for the past few weeks has been in Norwalk, a member of the Board of Complaints, was relieved Tuesday of thisweek for an
indefinite length of time.

Friday of last week, JOHN, son of FRANK RUTH, fell from a bicycle, and broke his arm in two places.  Dr. HOLTZ reduced the fractures.  JOHN
will carry the arm in a sling for some time.


Ripley news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
12 September 1914
Volume 61, No. 43

School opened for work this week Tuesday.

IRENE PALM left Tuesday evening to work for Mrs. PEABODY in Greenwich.

L.D. CRUM and wife were guests at the KEISER home in New Haven Tuesday.

BENT CHRONISTER and family spent last Sunday guests of MELVIN HOWARD and wife.

G.W. BRINSON has slicked up the appearance of his farm residence with a coat of paint.

WINFERD LANG was going over our telephone line this week Wednesday testing out phones for groundings.

W.G. SCROGGIE and wife of Norwalk were guests of their cousins, G.A. and CLARA A. KNIGHT, last week.

B.A. BOARDMAN, F.P. BOARDMAN and A.E. HOLE and families attended the funeral of VELMA HOLE Monday.

Miss FANNY CARVER one of Ripley's esteemed young ladies, was married to FRANK KRAUEB of Greenwich, last week.

H.M. HUFFMAN is at the wheel in a Buick auto.  L.D. CRUM has not run his out yet, so we have not the name to give this week.

J.O. PALM, F.B. BARKER, H.W. BARKER, F.P. BOARDMAN and MELVIN LUTZ were among the State Fair guests from this vicinity.

Mr. F.M. WILLIAMS and wife, who spent their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. FRANK DARLING, left for their home in Cleveland last week.

The application of paint to the already neat buildings of C.H. and G.B. SILLIMAN shows the business thrift of these enterprising men of Ripley.

D.W. COCKBURN of Shiloh, and JOHN MONTEITH and wife, of Mansfield, with their families, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. HOWARD LOFLAND Sunday.

DAVID TRUXELL, aged 95, visited Dr. KESTER in Shiloh to have an eruption examined that is appearing near the same where he had a cancer removed
two years ago.

W.G. BLACKMORE is unloading fertilizer this week for his many farmer patrons.  W.G. has been in the field with the Bowker goods and they
stand the test.

RICHARD DAWSON of New Haven was at the home of the writer viewing his young Jersey cows one day this week.  Dick knows good cattle and often
buys them.

Mrs. L.B. TRUXELL and Mrs. FORD TRUXELL were in Norwalk Wednesday turning over the cash to the county treasurer for taxes and looking
after bargains in the various stocks.

The Young Peoples' Class of the Delphi Sunday School, taught by Miss G.M. KING, was entertained this week Wednesday by Miss DEWITT.  Games,
etc., were indulged in.

E.A. STOTTS of Plymouth, keeps up his daily auto service from Plymouth to Ripley siding, where he delivers men to work on the pike, as well as
running the loading machine for contractor BRITTON.

FLOYD ANDERSON and family of Plymouth, and NOEL RUCKMAN, agent of the Big Four Railroad at Shiloh, and family, were last Sunday guests at the
pleasant home of DAN and TOM RUCKMAN and wife on the county line.

Mesdames A.E. DEWITT and G.A. HASSINGER were touring the great state of Ohio from north to south last week.  They are not running for office or
campaigning for anyone else but visited a sister in Gallipolis, visited the State Fair, called on others at Bucyrus and greeted friends in
Plymouth Saturday evening.

MELVIN HOWARD, one of Ripley's most useful and much wanted men, a mechanic in many lines of work, met with a painful and serious accident
while painting on the house of M.E. REEVES last week Thursday.  The ladder on which he was standing collapsed, throwing him to the ground,
breaking his collar bone and injuring his leg, which will lay him up for several weeks.  Dr. SAUNDERS set the bone.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
05 September 1914
Volume 61, No. 42

WM. LONG has been spending the week in Toledo and Detroit.

Miss JENNIE DUBOIS has been on the sick list for a day or two.

W.E. FROST and wife are caring for a baby girl in their home.

JOHN WATTS and family and Mr. and Mrs. CAMPBELL spent Sunday at Cedar Point.

Miss BYRD LOISTETTER of Cuyahoga Falls, spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

Mesdames J.N. and E.N. KISER entertained the Sunshine Soap Club Thursday of this week.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK CLINE spent last week with relatives in Newark returning home Wednesday.

WALTER LONG returned a few days ago, after his summer on the upper lakes on the steamer "Lynch".

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT entertained the Church of God Missionary Society at her home Thursday of this week.

Sunday was C.H. KNIGHT's birthday.  He was kindly remembered by callers and visits from friends and relatives.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and daughter, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT, Mrs. CHARLES WYANDT, Misses MAGGIE and ORA NEWMAN, spent Thursday in Chicago Junction at the home of W.F. DAWSON and daughter.


New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
29 August 1914
Volume 61, No. 41

Mr. and Mrs. WILL PHILLIPS of Fitchville, spent Sunday with Mrs. A.C. MILLS.

CHAS. WHATMAN and family of Shelby, spent Sunday at the home of ARTHUR WATTS.

Mrs. FRED STARKEY and son, of Norwalk, spent sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ALEX STARKEY.

Mrs. FRANK RUTH spent Monday in Plymouth with her sister-in-law, Mrs. GEO. BOARDMAN.

Mrs. FRANK METCALF of Attica and her mother, were calling upon friends here Monday.

O.E. BEVIER and family, with friends from Plymouth, spent Sunday with relatives in Attica.

Mrs. O.A. LOVELAND and daughter NELLIE, spent Friday in Peru at the home of FRED SPARKS and wife.

Mrs. F.H. LONG and little daughter DOROTHY, are spending a few days in Shelby at the home of her son, ROSS LONG and wife.

O.O. GARRETT, being a member of the Huron County Board of Complaints, has been spending several days each week in Norwalk.

Little HELEN MILLS, with her shum, DOROTHY DOUD, spent Friday of last week in Chicago Junction, at the home of Mrs. ROY REYNOLDS, who
entertained them in honor of the birthday of her little daughter, the cousin of HELEN MILLS.  They had the time of their lives.


THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
22 August 1914
Volume 61, No. 40

Supervisors Are Working For School Opening

Huron County school matters have been taken care of by Supt. O.C. MINNICH and the county board of educaation so that the schools may be
opened on schedule time this fall.  The district supervisors have been named and they will be ready to begin work.  There are seven districts
in the county as follows:

District 1:  Greenwich, Ripley, Fairfield and Fitchville Townships. 
P.B. Arnold, Supervisor.  Salary - $1,500.

District 2:  New London, Clarksfield, Hartland and Wakeman Towships, and
Wakeman special district.  C.J. Foster, Supervisor.  Salary - $1,500.

District 3:  Norwalk, Bronson, Peru, Lyme and Sherman Townships, and
Lyme special district.  E.H. Webb, Supervisor.  Salary - $1,200.

District 4:  Richmond, New Haven, Greenfield and Norwich Townships. 
W.L. Truman, Supervisor.  Salary - $1,200.

District 5:  New London Village schools.  S.F. Beard, Supervisor. 
Salary - $1,200.

District 6:  Ridgefield township with Monroeville Village and North
Monroeville special district.  E.J. Rutt, Supervisor.  Salary - $1,200.

District 7:  Townsend Centralized schools.  W.G. Scroggie, Supervisor. 
Salary - $1,000.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
22 August 1914
Volume 61, No. 40

SARAH WILLIS was numbered with the sick last Friday.

The W.F.M.S. was in session Thursday with Mrs. ETTA ATVEO.

G.A. HASSINGER and family were recent visitors of their daughter, near Tiro.

Mr. and Mrs. F.P. BOARDMAN are entertaining a niece from Green Springs, Ohio.

Miss GRACE KLINE of North Fairfield, is visiting at the home of her aunts, the Mesdames HASSINGER and DEWITT.

J.W. PETTIT, wife and nephew, of Ripley Center, were the guests Sunday evening of A.R. ROBERTS and wife, in Delphi.

Rev. J.J. WYETH, pastor of the Central Methodist Church, Mansfield, and his wife, were guests Thursday of W.G. HEAD and family.

The Ripley court was in session last Friday in a case of attachment for $21, entitled C.D. NELSON vs. ED. MOSHIER.  Judgment for the plaintiff.

The MILLER family reunion will be held in Maring's Grove Aug. 29.  This family has a large list of relatives and friends that enjoy their
hospitality.

The HOUSE-YOUNG family reunion was held last Wednesday in Sandusky.  H.W. BARKER and wife, LEE BARKER, wife and children, were in attendance.

The MARLOW - DONALDSON - MATTHEWS family reunion will be held in South Park, Mansfield, Saturday, Aug. 29.  Several members of the family
reside in Ripley.

Material is now being put upon the grounds for the new sheds to be built at the Central school.  The sheds will be 26x80 feet, to house wagons
and teams when necessary.

Quarterly meeting services were held at the Delphi church last Saturday, Rev. GALLIMORE presiding.  Luncheon was served by the ladies of the
church.  Much business was transacted.  R.L. BARKER will attend the district steward's meeting.

Ripley township school is now in readiness for a splendid year's work.  A new school hosue with a complete and modern equipment.  FRANK BLACK,
Principal.  Misses SMITH, DOLE and HALL in other departments.

New Haven news from
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(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
22 August 1914
Volume 61, No. 40

Mr. and Mrs. JOHN BOOSE of Norwalk visited their sister, Mrs. CHAS. NOBLE, last week.

FRANCES and SIDNEY LONG spent last week in Cleveland with an old family friend, Mrs. FARRAHR.

Mrs. RAY McCONNELL and little daughter, KATHRYNE JANE, spent Monday with her aunt, Mrs. G.W. SMITH.

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. SMITH and J.W. PALMER and family spent Sunday at the home of EARNEST CHAMBERS in Fairfield.

Mr. and Mrs. ROLAND DRAKE and Mr. and Mrs. BROWN of Williams County, spent Sunday night at the home of W.A. GARRETT.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and family, and W.A. GARRETT and wife, went to Mansfield Saturday to attend the reunion of the LASER family, held at
Casino park.  There were about 300 in attendance.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
15 August 1914
Volume 61, No. 39

O.O. GARRETT spent Wednesday in Norwalk on business.

Miss EFFIE NEELY has for her house guest this week, Mrs. MARIA TUTTLE.

Mrs. CHARLES NOBLE spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON.

Mrs. SYLVIA CARPENTER of Fort Wayne, spent Thursday with Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER.

Mr. FARSOHR of Cleveland, is spending a few days at the home of F.H. LONG and family.

Mrs. THURMAN WATTS and children are spending some time with her sister, Mrs. G.W. SMITH.

Mr. and Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER attended the Croninger family reunion held in Chicago Junction.

Miss BIRDIE LOISTETTER of Cuyahoga Falls, is visiting her niece, Mrs. HAZEL ROBINSON and other friends in this vicinity.

The Cicerian literary society of the old north New Haven school held their annual picnic Thursday in the grove near the church.  It is the
annual home coming of the society connected with the school in the early day of the "sixties".  Among those from a distance were members from
C.C. PALMER, BROOKS and SOUTHARD families.  A number from this school district were in attendance.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
25 July 1914
Volume 61, No. 36

Mrs. F.P. VOGUS and little daughter, of Lorain, are visiting at the home of her father, G.W. DICKERSON.

FREDERICK LAYER spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. VOGEL and family.

Mrs. J.C. WHITE and daughter of Cleveland, have been spending the past week at the home of her cousin, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT.

Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE SPEARLING of Greenwich, and their daughter, Mrs. DRAKE and husband, of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday at the home of
their cousin, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.

Tuesday afternoon ARTHUR WELLS was injured while hauling hay from the field.  His team frightened in going down a hill and ran away, throwing
him from the wagon.  A doctor was called but found no bones broken.

WILL MANN of Toledo, is spending his vacation with his grandfather, WM. LONG.

Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN entertained at tea on Thursday of last week, Mrs. ARTIE METCALF of Toledo, Mrs. D.F. DAWSON and children of Chicago Jct., and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT.

Mrs. FRANK LONG last week moved to the home of her mother, Mrs. EMILY STEWART, who has been in failing health for some time, and requires the
care of her daughter.

Mrs. HARRY DEWITT received word recently of the death of her uncle, JOE M. WILCOX.  His wife was formerly Miss NETTIE KEELER of this village.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
18 July 1914
Volume 61, No. 35

FREDERICK LAYER is on the sick list.

There is considerable petty thieving being done here at present.

Mr. and Mrs. F.H. LONG had a family reunion at their home Sunday.

Mrs. FRANK CLINE of Newark, is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. J.S. LEWIS.

Mrs. ELIZA MYERS of Norwalk, is visiting at the home of her brother, WILSON TUTTLE.

Mrs. LULU CLINE and little daughter, of Newark, spent Sunday at the home of her son, FRANK CLINE.

Mrs. and Mrs. LEVI KURTZ of Hiawatha, Kans., were called here Saturday to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law, FRANK CHAPMAN.

Mrs. W.A. GARRETT and her aunt, Mrs. HATTIE HANNA, spent Tuesday afternoon with her cousins, Mrs. FULPER and Mrs. DRAKE, at their home in
Chicago Junction.

C.T. JENNEY of Olivesburg, B.W. WINTERS of Castalia, O.L. SNYDER of Chicago Junction, were the guests Sunday of O.E. BEVIER, called here to
attend Mr. CHAPMAN's funeral.

Mrs. JAMES HANNA, of Hiawatha, Kans., who was called here by the sickness and death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E.C. HELLER, left
Wednesday morning for her home.

Mrs. HULDAH CHAPMAN, of North Fairfield, was the over Sunday guest of her nieces, Mrs. MARY BLANCHARD and sister, Mrs. CHAPMAN coming to
attend the funeral of FRANK M. CHAPMAN.

Mrs. ALICE SIMONS of Fredericktown, spent several days last week at the home of her cousin, C.H. KNIGHT.  Mr. KNIGHT has improved so much that
he is able to be up every day.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
11 July 1914
Volume 61, No. 34

HAROLD DICKINSON and family spent Sunday at the home of JUD SPARKS.

F.M. CHAPMAN passed quietly away Wednesday afternoon about 2 o'clock.

Mrs. HANNAH MOSES has gone to Ann Arbor for a few days visit with her daughters.

CHARLES LONG of Cleveland, O., is spending his vacation at the home of his father, F.H. LONG.

Mrs. A.B. MYERS, of Norwalk, is spending a few days at the home of her brother, WILLIS TUTTLE.

SEYMOUR CRONINGER and wife of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday with his brother, I.M. CRONINGER.

Mrs. J.H. HANNA of Hiawatha, Kansas, is spending several days this week with her niece, Mrs. HARRY C. SKINNER.

Mrs. A.J. MILLS and daughters, of Cleveland, are spending the week with Mrs. J.H. MILLS and other relatives, coming over in an auto Tuesday
afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK LINDER and children, with Mr. and Mrs. SMITH, autoed from Norwalk Sunday spending the afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P.J. DOUD and family.

Miss LAURA MARVIN with her nephew, ASA MARVIN and wife of Cincinnati, WILLIS MARVIN and Miss CADDIE MARVIN of Shelby, were callers Monday at the home of Mrs. H.J. HELLER.

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Mrs. MINERVA WARD of Plymouth, spent Sunday and Monday with her son, FRANK RUTH.

Mrs. ELMER KISER has been on the sick list for two weeks, but is improving nicely now.

Mr. and Mrs. CLINE are spending two weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. LONG.

Mrs. FRANK MILLER and son of Detroit, and her sister, Mrs. RAE LEDYWICK of South Dakota, spent Sunday with their grandfather, FREDERICK LAYER.

W.J. SKINNER accompanied his daughter, Miss MABEL, and brother VERNON, to Cleveland, Saturday, for a week's visit with their aunt, Mrs. A.J. MILLS.

Mrs. J.G. HANNA of Hiawatha, Kansas, surprised her niece, Mrs. W.A. GARRETT, and other relatives here, by coming Wednesday evening for a few
week's stay.

Mr. and Mrs. FRED CLARK of Plymouth, were callers Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE HOUGH, and were the
recipients of many nice and useful presents for the household and home comforts.

Mrs. E.C. HELLER, after a long illness, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H.C. SKINNER, Monday morning.  Funeral was held from the
M.E. Church, Wednesday, interment being made in Maple Grove Cemetery, by the side of her husband.  The site of this burial ground was formerly
her childhood play ground.

New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
27  June 1914
Volume 61, No. 32

Mesdames E.R. SKINNER, MARIETT WOODWORTH, and CRONINGER, attended the funeral of Mrs. UPP at Plymouth, Wednesday. **

Miss GLADA KISER is attending the summer school at Wooster.

Mrs. FRANK CLINE returned to her home in Newark Sunday.

CONDON STEWART and Mrs. FAY GREGG of Chicago, were over Sunday guests of their aunt, Mrs. F.H. LONG.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK DAMAR and son of Bluffton, Ohio, spent Sunday and Monday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. RAY DICKINSON.

Mrs. AMELIA HOUGH returned home Sunday from a two weeks' visit in Chicago Junction with her daughter.

Misses MARGARET and ORA NEWMAN went to Ashland Saturday to attend a family reunion of the CRUMITIC family.

C.H. KNIGHT is improving quite fast, and is able to sit up a short time each day.

Mr. and Mrs. BEVIER and sons, and Miss BESSIE SNYDER spent Sunday in Olivesburg, at the home of C.T. JENNEY.

W.S. LONG and wife of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday at the home of his cousin, WM. LONG and sister.

** Obituary of Hannah (Croninger) Upp appears at the Richland Co., Ohio USGenWeb site. 
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohrichla/Obituaries/ObitsU.htm


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
20 June 1914
Volume 61, No. 31

HAROLD DICKINSON and family visited Sunday at the home of FLOYD SPARKS.

Mrs. ABBY HUTCHINSON of Richmond, has been spending a few days at the home of JOSEPH GRIMES.

Saturday afternoon a number of Mrs. CHARLES NOBLE's lady friends celebrated her birthday at her home.

Misses BESSIE SNIDER and KATHRYN HEAD are spending the week in Norwalk, attending the teacher's institute.

Mrs. GEORGE SILLIMAN is assisting her sister, Mrs. F.M. CHAPMAN in caring for her sick husband, FRANK CHAPMAN.

ARTHUR BLANCHARD and family of Dover, Ohio, were over Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. MARY BLANCHARD.

Miss MILDRED LONG and sister Mrs. FRANK CLINE, spent Tuesday in Chicago Junction with their cousin, Mrs. D.F. DAWSON.

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT has gone to Chicago Junction for an indefinite length of time at the home of Miss JANE HAMPSHIRE.

The children, grand and great grandchildren, with other relatives of FREDERICK LAYER, assembled at his home Sunday, to help him celebrate his
79th. birthday.  The served a picnic dinner on the lawn.

Mr. and Mrs. J.S. LEWIS are spending the week in Columbus with Mrs. G.B. SILLIMAN at the home of their brother, W.L. LONG and family, on account
of the graduation of their neice, Miss ELIZABETH LONG from the art school of the Ohio State University.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
13 June 1914
Volume 61, No. 30

Mr. and Mrs. D.P. WASHBURN spent several days last week in Cleveland.

Miss HERMIE KNIGHT is spending a few weeks at the home of Mrs. JANE HAMPSHIRE.

Little Miss FERN PALMER, who had the adenoids removed Monday is getting along nicely.

Miss IRENE MYERS of Peru, has been spending the past week with Miss PHOEBE SMITH.

Mrs. H.J. HELLER spent Wednesday afternoon at Peru, at the home of Miss MARY NELSON.

Mrs. R.J. DAWSON and sister, Mrs. J.W. PALMER, spent Sunday in Fairfield, with their brother, FRANK BECK.

Mrs. SIMON of Fredericktown, came from Shelby Sunday, spending the day with her cousin, C.H. KNIGHT, who is able to sit up a few hours each day.

The neighbors of Mrs. CHARLES NOBLE reminded her Saturday afternoon, that it was the 50th. anniversary of her birth.  A fine picnic lunch was
served by her daughter.

Rev. JESSE COLVIN, a former New Haven boy, but now of Nampa, Idaho, spent Thursday with his uncle, O.A. LOVELAND, having attended an
assembly meeting in New Castle, Penn.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
06 June 1914
Volume 61, No. 29

Miss EMMA PIERCE is visiting her aunt, Mrs. WOODWORTH.

Miss MILDRED LONG has been spending a few days with Tiro friends.

Mr. JACKSON of Detroit, Mich. has been spending a few days at the home of HENRY MILLER.

ROSS LONG and family of Shelby, spent Friday night and Saturday at the home of F.H. LONG.

Mrs. EARL FROST and little daughter have been spending a week at the home of her sister, Mrs. WILL STRIMPLE.

Mrs. THERESA HOUGH and her daughter, Mrs. RANK, spent Sunday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. E.C. HELLER.

Mrs. W.A. GARRETT received word Monday of the death of the six-year-old daughter of her cousin, Mrs. ALBERT LUTEMAN, of  Clyde.

JAMES HUSTON of Sandusky, who has been spending a week with his sister, Mrs. SUSAN MILLS and other friends, returned home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. SMITH and Miss EFFIE NEELY recently spent a few hours in Norwalk with Mr. and Mrs. A.B. MYERS, making the trip in Mr. SMITH's
new auto.

Mrs. ALICE SIMONS of Fredericktown, who has been spending ten days at the home of her cousin, C.H. KNIGHT, left Saturday for a visit with
Shelby friends.

New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
30 May 1914
Volume 61, No. 28

G.W. SMITH has bought a fine Buick auto.

Miss ROSE CURTISS of Crestline, is visiting at the home of her cousin, Mrs. C.N. YOUNGS.

Mr. and Mrs. D.F. DAWSON attended the Dawson family reunion, Chicago, Ill., this week.

Miss BESSIE SNIDER left Wednesday for her parental home in Somerset, O., to spend her vacation.

Mrs. Hannah MOSES, who is spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. FRANK KISER, is in poor health.

RICHARD SAULSBURY and wife have moved into the C.M. DICK house vacated by Mr. JACOBS and family.

Mr. and Mrs. FRANK CLINE of Newark, spent Monday at the home of their father, F.H. LONG and family.

Mrs. CARSON, who for several weeks has been at Tiro helping to care for her father, returned home Saturday.

Mrs. CHESTER STEVENS and sister, Mrs. GALLAGHER, of Shelby, spent Wednesday at the home of their uncle, John RUPLEY and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. W.G. SCROGGIE, of Norwalk, ALBERT KNIGHT and sister, of Boughtonville, spent Sunday at the home of their cousin, Misss HERMIE
KNIGHT.

Mrs. ROSE SOUTHARD and grandson, Mrs. A.O. LOVELAND and daughter, attended the Delphi missionary meeting Thursday, held at the home of
WILLARD HOWARD.

Mrs. ALICE SIMONS of Fredericktown, is spending a few days at the home of her cousin, C.H. KNIGHT, who is so much improved that he was able to
sit up for a short time Sunday.

Mrs. JENNIE McELNON, Mrs. IDA BOYD, A.J. MILLS of Cleveland, GEO. DAY of Indianapolis, Ind., and FRANK MILLS of Albion, were out of town
relatives who attended the funeral of JOHN MILLS Monday.

Mrs. R.J. WATTS and Mrs. O.A. LOVELAND called on Mrs. SELISIS HELLER at the home of her daughter, on Friday, after her return from Huron Road
Hospital in Cleveland.  She was not much improved during her sojourn in Cleveland.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
23 May 1914
Volume 61, No. 27

GEORGE DAY of Indianapolis, has been spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. JOHN MILLS.

Mr. and Mrs. ALEX. STARKEY spent Sunday in Norwalk with relatives.

Mrs. EMILY STEWART is much better in health.

ROSS LONG and family of Shelby, were over Sunday visitors at the home of F.H. LONG.

C.H. KNIGHT is improving but is quite impatient at not being able to be out with the rest of the boys.

Mr. JACOBS and family have moved to Chicago Junction.

DONALD LONG spent a few days in Shelby with his brother, ROSS LONG.

Mr. and Mrs. JOHN SUTTER of Shelby, and Mr. and Mrs. W.A. GARRETT were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. C.J. GARRETT, Sunday.




PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER (Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio):  16 May
1914, Vol. 61, No. 26

The boards of complaint which take the place of the old Boards of Review abolished by the Warnes Law have been named for each of the 88 counties
of the state.  They will organize and begin work on the first Monday in August.  They are to work with the County Auditor, who is to be secretary of the body.

The board for Huron County, as appointed, are:

O.O. GARRETT, of New Haven
JOHN SCULLEN, of Bellevue
N.O. ALLEN, of New London


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
09 May 1914
Volume 61, No. 25

Mrs. EMILY STEWART has improved somewhat in health.

Mrs. FRANK KISER has been on the sick list for the past week.

FLOYD SPARKS and wife were guests Sunday at the home of HAROLD DICKINSON and family.

Mrs. STATLER of Auburn, was a caller Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN MILLS.

J.W. PALMER and family spent Sunday in Shelby at the home of FRED PALMER and wife.

JOHN FRAZIER and family of Richmond, spent Sunday at the home of I.M. CRONINGER and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. JOHN SUTTER of Shelby, were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of their aunt, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT.

Mr. and Mrs. ISAAC DEWITT of Chicago Junction are spending a few days with their son, HARRY DEWITT and family.

Mr. JACOBS and family who have been living for the past year in the C.M. DICK house are moving to Chicago Junction.

WALTER LONG left Saturday for Detroit where he has secured a position as deck watch on a boat sailing on the upper lakes.

Mrs. E.C. HETLER left Tuesday afternoon for Lakeside Hospital in Cleveland, accompanied by Dr. HOLTZ of Plymouth and her daughter, Mrs.
I.G. WILSON, who will remain with her a few days.


Ripley news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
09 May 1914
Volume 61, No. 25

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Miss EDITH KENESTRICK of Plymouth was a recent guest of Miss SIBBETT.

H.C. ROSS, wife and son, of Shelby, were visitors in Ripley last Sunday.

KENNETH GRUVER of Akron, visited Mr. & Mrs. HENRY LUTEMAN over Sunday.

Mrs. M.M. WOLCOTT has the pleasure of entertaining her uncle, GEO. REEVES of Kansas.

Mrs. BRUCE SNYDER and children of Tiro were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.A. HASSINGER, last week.

W.E. DUFFY called on the writer last Monday and when he went away he owned one of our best Jersey cows.

VICTOR ROSS has a power sheep-shearing machine and is doing the work in good order and his prices are reasonable.

Word from L.D. CRUM says that he is better and expects to soon be out.  U.W. RANK and wife were among his last week's visitors.

Mrs. W.W. HOWARD of Plymouth was the guest of her sister, Mrs. H.W. BARKER and Mrs. JEROME SNYDER, and also her former schoolmates, last week.

MABEL GLEASON, CORINNE GLEASON, TERRESSE McMULLEN, and EDNA BURNETTE went fishing last Monday.  Corinne caught one little fish and the others were consoled.


THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER (Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio):  09 May
1914, Volume 61, No. 25

The fifth annual commencement exercises of the New Haven Township High School will be held in the M.E. Church in New Haven on Friday evening,
May 15, at eight o'clock.  The graduates are eight in number and are as follows:

HAROLD TILLSON
WALTER J. LONG
FRED ALBRIGHT
GLADYS HOUGH
MABEL L. BITTINGER
MARY E. ALBRIGHT
HELEN F. TILLSON
CLARA B. SMITH

The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered Sunday evening at 7 o'clock by Rev. L.R. Akers.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
02 May 1914
Volume 61, No. 24

FREDERICK LAYER does not improve very rapidly.

Mrs. EMILY STEWART has been slowly improving for the past few days.

The condition of F.M. CHAPMAN and that of JOHN MILLS is unchanged.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS are getting settled in Mrs. WOODWORTH's house this week.

Mrs. D.F. DAWSON and children of Chicago Junction, spent Sunday with friends here.

Mrs. ELIZA MYERS left for Zanesville Tuesday to oversee the shipping of their household goods to Norwalk.

Mr. and Mrs. WM. BROWN of Plymouth have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT.

Misses PHEBE SMITH and HAZEL MILLER spent Sunday in Plymouth with Mrs. W.F. KEELER, a sister of the latter.

ALTON SNYDER and wife, and son-in-law, ROLLA VAN WAGNER and family, were guests for dinner Sunday at the J.M. PALMER home.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
25 April 1914
Volume 61, No. 23

Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT has been on the sick list this week.

Mrs. O.E. BEVIER has been on the sick list for a few days.

Mrs. HENRY MILLER spent Tuesday in Chicago Junction with relatives.

Mrs. HANNAH MOSES of Ann Arbor, is visiting her sister, Mrs. FRANK KISER.

S.H. LYNN of Toledo, was the over Sunday guest of his sister, Mrs. J.H. MILLS.

Mrs. W.S. LONG of Chicago Junction, spent Tuesday with her cousin, Mrs. M.J. BROWN.

Mrs. Jennie McELWAIN of Cleveland, spent over Sunday with her brother, JOHN MILLS.

ROSS LONG and family of Shelby, and Miss WHITTIER of Plymouth, spent Sunday with F.H. LONG and family.

Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and daughter were called to Chicago Junction Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. JACOB ADAMS.

WM. LONG, who has been spending the past two weeks with his daughters in Toledo and Detroit, returned home Monday.

Mrs. BERTHA EIRKSON [sic.], who has been spending some weeks with her father, C.H. KNIGHT, started for her home in Dakota Friday evening of
last week.

WALTER and FRANCES LONG, with their sisters, Mrs. FRANK CLINE of Newark, and DORTHY LONG of this place, spent Saturday in Shelby, at the home of ROSS LONG and family.

Mrs. ANNA WOODRUFF of Steuben, spent Sunday with her brother, Mr. FREDERICK LAYER.  G.W. SMITH and family spent Sunday in the same home. 
Mr. LAYER has not been feeling well for the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. WILL MYERS desire to thank their many friends who gave to them last Friday evening a kitchen shower.  They will, in a very short
time go to housekeeping in the south part of Mrs. M. WOODWORTH's house.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
 25 April 1914
Vol. 61, No. 23

Nicholas Welch, for many years a resident of Ripley Twp., died Tuesday morning at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Bret Truxell, in Grafton,
where he had been making his home for several months past.  His funeral was held last week Thursday morning.  He was 95 years of age.

New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
11 April 1914
Volume 61, No. 21

FREDERICK LAYER has been on the sick list for the past few days.

SIMON G. MILLER and family moved Wednesday to their new home near Plymouth.

Mrs. HARRY CLUTTER of Shelby, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. JOHN WATTS.

Mrs. HAROLD DICKINSON spent Tuesday at the home of her father, CHAS. NOBLE and wife.

Mrs. WILBUR KEELER and two children of Plymouth, were the over Sunday guests of her brother-in-law, HARRY DEWITT.

Mrs. N.M. KEESEY spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.M. CRONINGER, returning to her home in Chicago Junction Saturday.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
04 April 1914
Volume 61, No. 20

Mrs. WINNIE MILLS has been on the sick list for a few days.

Miss MAGGIE NEWMAN spent Friday with relatives in Richmond.

The many friends of FRANK CHAPMAN gave him a postcard shower.

SIMON G. MILLER will in a few days move to the GUNSAULLUS farm north of Plymouth.

Mrs. LIZZIE CLARK of Shelby, spent Monday and Tuesday with her father, C.H. KNIGHT.

Mr. and Mrs. ROSS LONG of Plymouth, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. LONG.

EARNEST CHAMBERS and wife of Fairfield, spent Sunday with Mrs. WINNIE MILLS and children.

Mrs. FRANK RUTH spent Saturday afternoon in Plymouth with her sister-in-law, Mrs. GEO. BOARDMAN.

Mrs. FERGUSON and Miss VARNER of Plymouth spent Sunday afternoon calling upon friends in the village.

Miss REBECCA CHEESMAN entertained Wednesday for the pleasure of her sister, Mrs. CHAS. WYANDT and daughter-in-law, Mrs. MELVIN WYANDT, Mrs. C.J. GARRETT, Misses MARGARET and ORA NEWMAN.


New Haven news from
THE PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER
(Plymouth, Richland Co., Ohio)
28 March 1914
Volume 61, No. 19

Mrs. F.H. LONG was on the sick list for a few days with grippe and sore throat.

CONDON STEWART of Chicago, was the over Sunday guest of F.H. LONG and family.

JESSE SEYDEL of Mansfield was the over Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. G.H. KNIGHT.

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. SILLIMAN of Ripley, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. F.M. CHAPMAN.

Mr. and Mrs. FRED PALMER of Shelby, were Sunday visitors at the home of H.M. PALMER and family.

Mr. and Mrs. SIMON G. MILLER are rejoicing over the advent of a boy baby in their home since Sunday.

Monday afternoon Dr. SIMMONS of Norwalk, Dr. SEARLE of Plymouth, held a council in the case of F.M. CHAPMAN, also that of JOHN MILLS.

JAMES HUSTON of Sandusky, has been spending several days with his sister, Mrs. SUSAN MILLS and Mrs. STEWART, the latter being quite feeble.

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac DEWITT of Chicago Junction, and their daughter, Mrs. ALBERT MILLER and daughter, were guests Sunday at the home of HARRY
DEWITT and family.

Mrs. DESSIE KILMER of Amherst, was called here to assist her sister, Mrs. C.H. KNIGHT to care for Mr. KNIGHT, who is as comfortable as a man
could be with a broken hip.

Mr. and Mrs. McCONNELL of Chicago Junction and little daughter were over Sunday guests of their aunt, Mrs. G.W. SMITH, spending Sunday afternoon
with their grandfather, FREDERICK LAYER.

Semi-Weekly News
(Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio)
03 June 1898,
Vol. 14, No. 47

Norwalk, O. , June 2 --
Howard Allen, 6, fell into a barrel of boiling water and was scalded to death.

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