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The Democrat Sentinel
The Democrat Sentinel
Contributed by Joyce_Fullen

Description: Local News

Date: May 15 1913

Newspaper published in: Logan

Source: OH Historical Society microfilm

Page/Column: Page 2

Mr. Will WELSH of Lancaster, spent Wednesday in Logan with friends.

Mrs. Ralph WALBURN and mother of Ironton, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.R. WALBURN.

Mr. Will MOORE and Miss Jessie COLLINS of Columbus, spent Sunday in Logan with their mother.

Mr. Homer GRIFFIN of Colmubus, spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John GRIFFIN near Logan.

Mr. Harvey ROACH of Athens, spent the first part of the week in Logan with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee WHITE.

Married  --  by Rev. O.L. BARNGROVER on Saturday, at the parsonage, Mr. Edward EVANS and Miss Mona POTTER of Murray City.

Mrs. W.H. COWELL of Columbus, spent several days this week with friends in Logan.  She made our office a pleasant call and renewed her subscription to the Democrat Sentinel.

LOST  --  A platinum and gold scarf pin.  $500 reward will be given if returned to the Democrat Sentinel.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church Services Sunday evening.  Trinity Sunday at 7:30.  A.J. WILDER, Rector.

Born to Dr. and Mrs. Marvin POWELL at their home in Columbus on Wednesday at noon, a little daughter.  Mrs. POWELL was formerly Miss Marguerite WARDWELL, having resided in Logan with Mrs M.N. PARSONS and family.

Little Harry DANISON, son of Mrs. Maude DANISON, while playing with a school mate Tuesday had a stick accidentally thrust in his eye.  He was taken to the Cherrington hospital immediately, but on account of the formation of blood clots, the physicians are unable to determine the extent of the injuries at this time.

Submitted: 04/09/05

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