Gertrude Casper's birth annoucement in the Chronicle Telegram, Elyria 5 December 1907 Avon news

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He ov- - have of a j leaves and Conversation and music, both vocal and Instrumental Instrumental formed -pleasant entertainment entertainment until a light lunch" was served at. six o'clock after which cards were played.. .Several recitations given by the Misses Katharine and Virginia Wright .and solos by Messrs. Laubenthal Laubenthal and Yo'uiig. At twelve o'clock a delicious supper was. partaken of and soon after the guests- departed for their home all ; voting.-Mr.. and Mrs. Leoscher right royal fhost and iostess and wishing them many happy happy years to come. AVON -o- Mrg. Dec. 3.-- Mrs. May Cole and daughter, daughter, Bernice spent several days with friends in Amherst last; week. THr. and Mrs. Marttodale return- id Sunday from a visit in Mentor; A daughter was 'born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Casper Saturday nigat. Miss Effie Winnagh, who spent Thanksgiving in Warren, was unable to return to her school Monday on account of an attack of chicken pox. G.. E. Nye: and family and Mr. arid Mrs. H. Pickering were, guests of Mrs. T. B. Dailey on. Thanksgiving. A. E: Growl and family, Mrs. Celia "Williams and Mrs. Ghas. \Hanchett and daughter, o'f " LorainV spent Thursday at the home ;of. Milo "vv'il- " ' " - ' ' "" to be held in their church on evening of December 12. Mrs. E.' Sahs, of Clyde/visited at the homes of C. Knight and other Avon relatives last week: ; Mrs. George Moon and daughter, Artress, are planning a trip to California this .month. . . - - . . . - , ' ; - ' : Jir'j- and Mrs. Geb'rge Wagner entertained .a number of -friends Sunday'evening in honor .of the eighth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dickerson and children have moved to Goshoc- ton. Their many friends here wish them success : ih. their hew home. The M. B. ladies will have a chicken pie dinner at-the town Thursday, December 12, to which are cordially invited: Mrs. Snow ; "i'Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pickering and. son spent the~:firj?t of last;; week in dles'eland and^attende'd.Airthtit.-Hack- el's wedding on Wednesday: Jacob Jacob pied eriSh- and Miss Anna Weller were married at the Trinity chnrch by Rev. .Steuber Thursday. morning. · Chas. Wagner and family spent several days in Ridgeville last week. Hen^y Re_eve and 'family, of Lo- Chas. Brush and family, of Chestnut ridge; Mr. .and lira. Tom Warden and Mrs." Ohas. Cox ; were en-" tertalhed 'by Sue -Jameson Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day. Mrs. John Townsend was the- guest of her sister, Mrs. Pearl Budinger in Cleveland over Sunday. , Mrs. Bessie Canfield and children, of Elyria, spent several days at the home of her father, James Lewis. The lagles of the Avon Lake M. E. are nrenarinrr for a bazaar NORTH OLMSTED _ Thanksgiving has come and gone with but very little doing on the jidge. : Nearly every one is too busy to take time to invite their friends" in: -to dine with them, oa the holidays; . ' · · " " Mrs. Bainbridge entertained fifteen fifteen of her : relatives very, pleasantly Thanksgiving · day. The same company will spend Christmas with Mrs: ^Wilson of;' Ridgeville, " Miss Mary Eidred spent last at her .brothers, Arthur Eldred, returned to, Bedford, Monday^ ; Mr. ; Scaindler's-vrdbther . of New Philadelphia, "spent two : days them last ; week:. . The former'ia Mrs." Lapp, is ih' T Lakeside 'hospital- being treated for appendicitis and his mother is caring for her iittle[ babe. ; , ·· · ·'./.. .''-.':: .·-..:' . ..-*.'.- -·'·-·: '-,.".'' ! Miss Vern McKee, who is attending school at Wilioughby, spent. Saturday and Sunday -at home with parents. , Her health, is poor since ·haying 'soarlet-f everi 1- f " ; -; ' Fred; McKee with his room of Berea,: spent Sunday at home." Miss 'Alice Carpenter, "who : is teaching school at Medina " spent Saturday and Sunday at home with her sick mother. . - V. " J. : Robinson, of Elyria, called on friends on the ridge Sunday afternoon. afternoon. . . C. E. Warner has built an addI T tion to his house which will improve the looks very much when compiet-

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