Sparrow Lake News
She M1LLERSBURG and Holmes County Tribune Bureau--Ph* 443 Glenn E. William* Subscriptions, News, Classified and Display Ads--Fair Bldg., across street from north door of courthouse. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER There was Mr. and Mrs. George Fath rj av ;j returned Sunday from a week's fishing trip to Sparrow Lake, Ontario, Canada. Mr. and .Mrs. Laverne Bower, Denniion, were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fath. Mrs. Karl Snyder, Mrs. J. M. Jones and Mrs. John Fisher spent Friday in Salem the guests of Mrs. Jones's son and daughter-, in-law. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Cole, North Clay st, had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Ed-' wards and sons, Mr. and Mrs. entertained with a dinner Sun- believe ~- day evening at their home on Xorth Mac Anthony s:., honoring son-in-law and daughter. Mrs. C. V. Edwards and of Mrs. _. not want to pay ^- ^^_ il ^ s - Laverr.e Sower of --Â·Â·-- --- -TM ----Â· -- -- "yste*- from Dennison, who were recently mar- dan ~ , ried. Â»j r * and Irs Jor- Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Amy nae con- Lemmon. Stanley and Bob to a cer- ,,_-_ --,, .,_- Â«___. --^ Â· serious Bower, Mrs. Julia Nedrow. Walter Xedrow, Miss Margaret Dix. Miss and Teddy Mrs. Wayne Miller, went Fath and the host and hostess. EMPLOY ARCHTTECHT . The and daugr-ier, Kay, b e Bertha Siegenthaler. Youngs- wsU town, arrived Saturday to spend car two weeks with "- -- - Â» Â» spent guests Sunday of Mr. in and Warren the Mrs. R. L. r - and i _^ , a meeting oi the Boaro. of August Gilt. example. Education of Clark Rural schools, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franks SI eai of crasr-mg of Coshoc- Canton, were dinner guests Sator onco:n ing traffic. any- f :on, was employed to draw Millersburg, maliciously, de- . minor operation. j picture. ! Mafaelle Firebaugh, Holmesville, J examina- ' operation. had STORIES IN STAMPS minor operation. Glayds Yoder, minor operation. ; Edna Beechy, Millersburg 4,1 ] ELECT OFFICERS The following officers were 'elected Sunday night for the! , Christian Endeavor of the Church Â· of Christ, Virginia Gray, presi-! . dent; Earl Clow, vice-president; He ! Edna Fa - ve Reynolds, secretary . -p j and treasurer and Evelyn Kaser, J-i up urday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Sec ret Rogers ^ ! Life' tWWfvtk \ I Harmon, be If in- j y the i I j * hungry . aÂ£raid of j pianist. ROTARY TO MEET Local talent will be featured fore events were to reachjhe^ur- parjding white neighbors, particularly Russia. Japan first perialism more than 30 years j club meets at Fisher's dining, i room at 6:15. Clyde Purd3' oÂ£ I j Killbuck i program. Korea. j greatest contributions Because of its policy of isola- rent stage of war in the Far grasp then settled on , i ^Sb^caULOb WL U Jf/\^AlVJ \/i A^UMl I Â«-TM*-.Â·*-Â·j Â·**Â·* Â»- Â·--Â·Â·*-.*- -- r ^.u. - *Â». will be in charge of j tion Korea, at the turn of the cen- pos; tury. w as known as the "Hermit PERSONALS however, to Mrs. Lulu Kreiger, East Jackson st., and son. Harry and Miss Mary Logan of Columbus, re-. turned home Sunday from a trip thru the New England states. Mrs. George Lange, East Jackson st., returned home Sunday from a week's visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Â· and Mrs. A. J. Haley. Columbus. , George Lange. Raymond Close, i Benson Pyers and W. G. Bain [ ' Kingdom." She was, moreover, constant bone of contention between China and Japan. Japan saw a dagger at her own the event a hostile nation Should conquer Korea. Then Russia entered the scene, winning the Korean queen's and succeeding in breaking down the Korean isolation. Shortly, thereafter, in 1895. the queen murdered, an occurrence which the Koreans attributed to the Japanese- Result was the Chinese- Jjipanese "war in 1895 and the Russo-Japanese conflict Of a ude later.