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Description: Batemantown Page 4

Date: December 19 1922

Newspaper published in: Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio

Democratic Banner, Mt Vernon, OH Dec. 19, 1922 Batemantown Page 4

Do your Christmas shopping early at the bazaar in the window of the Evers hotel Saturday, Dec. 16. All day bazaar and food sale by ladies of M. E. church.
On Tuesday, a called meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the church was held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence FIDLER. Sewing was done. Sewing was done for a Christmas box.
Mrs. Elma HAIR returned Monday from two months' stay with relatives in Williams county.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer HAIR and grandson, Glenn TOBIN, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert SCHEFF.
Miss Fay EWERS, who has been sick with scarlet fever, is getting along very well. The report that Miss Lucy also was sick was erroneous.
One of the two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry HARRISON met with a serious accident at school on Monday, when a home-constructed revolver back-fired, all the powder exploding in his face.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. BATEMAN and Mr. Robert E. RUCKER and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. JOHNSON, near Salem.
Mrs. Lucila THOMPSON of Fredericktown was the guest of Mr. Mabel WERTZ a couple of days last week. She attended the Ladies' Aid society meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. R. E. RUCKER.
Mr. Haley JOHNSON will fill the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday, Dec. 17.


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