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Description: Local News[1 of 4] Page 6

Date: December 19 1922

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

Democratic Banner, Mt Vernon, OH Dec. 19, 1922 Local News[1 of 4] Page 6

LOCAL NEWS
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Call Williams' Flower Shop, 236.
Miss M. M. KENNEY of Gambier spent Saturday here with friends.
Mrs. Ethel SWITZER of Danville was a visitor here on Saturday afternoon.
Men's silk ties, 59c, 89c and 95c, at Ringwalt's.
Mr. Clugle DeLONG of Danville transacted business here on Saturday.
Mrs. W. L. DAVIS of Fredericktown spent Saturday here with friends.
We give hot oil treatments for falling hair. American Beauty Shoppe, 13 South Main.
Miss Golda MATTHEWS of Gambier spent Saturday here with friends.
Mr. Frank BERDI of Detroit is spending a few days here on business.
We save you money on drugs, medicines and groceries. Free delivery. Phone 77. Fox & Steinhott.
Mrs. W. O. THATCHER of Mt. Liberty was a Mt. Vernon visitor Saturday.
Mr. Walter MOSES of Bellville transacted business here on Saturday.
Extra pair of trousers at half price with each suit. Ed WUCHNER, tailor.
Mr. J. L. SNYDER of Greer was a Mt. Vernon visitor on Saturday.
Mr. Cliff HORTON of Gambier was the guest of relatives here yesterday.
“Active Sammy on the Firing Line” is sold only in Ringwalt's Toyland.
Mr. G. H. KIRKPATRICK of Butler spent Saturday in the city.
Mr. Charles WORKMAN of Danville spent Saturday in Mt. Vernon.
Oxford Bibles for Christmas, 20 per cent off. Ohio Tract Society, 111 South Mulberry street.
Mr. James SANTS is ill at his home on North Sandusky street.
Messrs, A. B. JONES and Fred LAWLER were visitors in Danville on Sunday.
Mr. Oliver SCOTT of Bladensburg spent Saturday here transacting business.
Books of quality for those of discriminating taste, history, travel, description, memoirs, in beautiful bindings. The Book and Art Shop.
Miss Clara HAMMOND of Millwood spent Saturday here as the guest of relative.
Mr. Ray YARMAN of Democracy spent Saturday here transacting business.
Protect yourself against fire with a policy in the A. J. Matthews agency, 106 W. Gambier street.
Mr. Walter SMEETH of Millwood spent Saturday in the city on business.
Mrs. J. W. RINEHART of Fredericktown spent Saturday here with friends.
Don't forget that Christmas haircut of Jim, Joe or Tod. 134 South Main.
Mrs. B. F. HAMMOND of Buckeye City spent Saturday here with relatives.
Mr. Louis HYMAN of Columbus, formerly of this city, was a Mt. Vernon visitor today.
K. of P. Christmas dance Wednesday, Dec. 20. Music by K. of P. seven-piece orchestra.
Mr. Stephen HUNSICKER of Gambier spent Saturday afternoon and evening here on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira WOLFE of Union Grove were the guests of friends in the city on Saturday.
Ladies should make their reservations early this week at the American Beauty Shoppe, 13 South Main.
Mr. Dwight LIFER, of Capital university, Columbus, is spending the Christmas vacation with his parents in Danville.
“Say it with flowers” from Sharp's flower store. Phone 896.
Messrs. Dewey INGLE and Ellie HAUGER of Howard were the guests of relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin BUTT of Gambier spent the day here on Saturday with friends.
Oh yes – send me a loaf of the Oborne Brothers' new Butter Flake bread.
Mrs. J. C. SMITH of Mt. Gilead spent Sunday here with her sister, Miss Julia SCHIAPPACASSE.

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