Clipped From The Evening Independent
T a the of the her a L. different from the old farm; but to Delly it is all excitingly new. and her descriptions of a charivari and a country dance makes one realize with a certain amount of nostalgia that what was once an authentic part of American life is passing away, and that we moderns are the losers. The Dear Old Gentlemen, by George Goodchild & Bechofer Roberts. Roberts. — The judge who presided, at the trial called Angus Aitken a "dear old gentleman." Members- of the jury couldn't make up their minds whether whether he was or not. He was'the principal principal witness in the trial of Margaret Sampson for the murder of the serving-girl serving-girl Bessie Mclntosh. JUSTUS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brenkamp, Grace Saimders and Mettle Shonk, of Canal' Fulton, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bren- kamp. Mrs. Elizaeth Indorf, Mrs. Arvine indorf and son and Mr. and Mr*. Dwight Shorb, of Ma«illon. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shorb, Sunday. Mrs. Chester Ernst, was in Massil-' Ion, Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Harris were Mrs. Anna Mercier, Miss Ruth Harris, Myron Harris and Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, jr., of Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. George Bercaw. Mrs. Archie Bercaw and daughter, of Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sinclair, of Canton', were guests of Mrs. Mary Bercaw, Sunday. Mrs. Homer Putman was in Canton, Canton, Tuesday. • Ernest Hal] and Junior Sherhay were in Canton, Wednesday. Mrs. Hayes 'Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rldgeway, of Dover Wednesday. Mrs. Edward Schram and son Bruce, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumme, of Brewster. Jeiry Fowler is confined to his home by illness. Mrs. Thomas Savage, was in Massillon, Massillon, Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Slicker and daughter. Merrie Lou, spent Tuesday In Massillon. Massillon. Mrs. Edward Biehl and Mrs. Ernest ' Hall spent Wednesday in Massillon. j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lutes have \ moved to Park Heights. Policeman Kills Columbus Youth COLUMBUS, April 15.—One young man was slain and two were held here Thursday after the burglary of a neighborhood grocery store. Merchant. Policeman Leroy Tucker said he shot Arnold H. Dunn, 22, when Dunn, and a companion fled from the store. Police questioned Krnest Devoe, 17, formerly of Frazier's Bottom, W. Va., and Clarence Schenck, 23, of Columbus. Columbus. Dunn, who was Schenck's brother- in-law, came here recently from New Winfield, W. Va. Grocery employes said a few packages packages of cigarets and some meat were taken from the store. Try an Independent Classified Ad.