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ANNIV ERSARY Of BEN R. HANBY , '58 O tterbein

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HciC:ell::erg Vict or in O ne- Sided B as- , Bill Pa:sed b y W hich Ex-Solcier;; and I kc t B all Ga me Las t Sat urday N ight.

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" D arli ng N e lly Gray"



No. 18.

Sailors W ill R ecei ve $50 Extra Pay.

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Inte r class Chamr,ionship S e ries Ends \Vith Freshman Boy.; and S enior

tterbein's vars:ty ba ~k c·t-ba ll t eam That O tt erbein ex- o!die r and Girh Victorious Teams. played the las t garne of th e sea,ou a t sailors \\"ill recei,·e sixty dollar exANTI-SLA VERY S O N G FAM O US H eide lberg, Saturday night. Al- 1 tra pay is a fact o-ratefully r ecei,·ed C L'ASS SPIRIT RU N S H IG H t h o ugh the game i11 many r e pect by the st ud ents here. Acco rding t o I 1 Bronze T a b! e t m . L I"b r a r y 1s . S t a n 1._,. . m g was a very. fast one. yet . it lacked .the instn ctions g i,·e n out in printed . / G a m e-~ Nip and T uc k - All F our . / pep o f mid- se a so n playing. Durrng I form the pa t week e,·ery o lche;- T W II M M emonal in App r e cia t io n of · . earns e - a ::hed-Tea m Work th e fi r s t t en minutes of play. the O . . and sailor who sen·ed during the 1 So n g a n d Auth or. boys were Jead111g and ,1·e re p rO\" ing a . prt em war will recei, e t wo month s; . C ounts for S enior Girls. Fifty -t wo Y ea r s Ago.

unday , .\larch 16. marked the fif ty- match for th ei r opponent. A lu cky/ t"Xtra pay. a pro,·i ion included in the . l:1 the intercla s cha·npionship econcl anniversary of th e deH h of hot by H e idelb erg started the ball ne\\" re,·enuc hill recently passed by isa·11ey layed Thur~clay night the ·enBen1aniin f<. Hanby. known all o,·cr I rolling and they walked away with Cong-ress. 1or . g , rl s won from t he S phomores An,enca a the compo er o f the im - the remainder of the half. :h~ Ther_e are ome. few exceptional by a •core 8 to 2 a•HI th Freshmen 11lorta! ,o;1 . •·Dai-l ing Nelly Gray." sc re of the tir t half wa 26-G c;. es _111 th, cxclu 1011 o_f men w_ho fcllo\\"s won fro: 11 t he ."enior~ by a Hi re ting place is in Otterbein again t 0. " ·ere inducted or called 11110. . en1cc core of 17 to 11. Th •se game. were cellletery with a modest monument .\ t the beginnrng of the econ cl before ); o,·emher hut who did not / foug l~t nip and tuck and the enthu iand thi brief ii', . c np · t·o .. \ ,o, r the half. Otterbein" qu intet played perreport ••prior to that time. / asfc crowd was quite carried away , .1 I 11. • . . •• • . . 1 ·~ 1.ent . ea Pa •s u_, 8 en1am111 · · R . Ha iii)" lost t.1eir ..\:J;).Jcat1011 for tlH" honu ·es · hould playmg of the team · ". feet ha ket-hal l. but ,0011 . . . 1.,> the hnll1ant . - larch 16, 1867." adrnntagc. The re :11amder of the be made to Zone F111a11c~ Offi~er. fhc contest111g 1>arties were well . \\ 'hen .\fr. Hanby was a sophomore game. poor pas ,~·ork and _1'.1isjuclg- 1 Lemon _Bldg., \\' ashin_gton. D. C.. ac- 1 ·1atched and put up a st iff battle. Ex11~ college. in 1856. he wrote Dar ling eel ~hots c~aractcnzed 0. C._s_ p!a~-- co:11pa11 1ed hy the d1 c 1arge c~rtih- 1c.-e llent team work ancl wonderful en­ • • · - 1, o t 1· 11 ,.... ,, The hnal J6-l 111 cate, o r relief if durance .made 1. 11c ong1n k. el!y Grav., ,. 1s . score stood • . . order for chscharge . , the game a fine one• nown except that it grew out of the fa,or of lle1delber ". 1· ~ and ..-\I- no ch charge wa I sued. Be ure to 1 The girls game w:h fought with compo~er's sympathy for the slaves hri~ht scored for Ott_erhein. µ-in~ tht' acldre s to which the check 1_o t . 0 _f _pep. _B01h t~ams -eem~d to f the ·outh Ti, foll .· tor,· ·, 't'l>·t;n- i 11·: \lhn ht for H 1-,i role sent a1<1 paper. returned. lhr nd cldliculty Ill locat1ng the goal but 1 t0 I . e o" m , . - . .. l' fi It i· ad,isahk to ha,·e the dis- ,cnore .'") t nall br' the •iarm d a. the incident "·hich in pired liw,er. Hollinger foi .fryer., .feyer· Y~ung Hanby. He \\"as 011 a trip to for . \!bright. R. C. rox for Hol- charg recorded in the ·ou nty Re- b~ makmg a pretty baske_t from the Cincinnat' I" c· · t" lingtr. <·order· office htfore mailing the 1111 cJdle of th e floor. The Sophomore Gaz " t. rcac ing the .. 111c1nna I . ,_.ere unable to bucket a ho .• ette and his attention \\"a drawn Lme-up: origina l. ··1d t'1e h lf I l .., tat first ( on • Otterbein Heidelberg ____ I"' ' a en< , w,.,1 a ,co,·e of t1nued on page two.) I . Saygcr to 0. The ophomores played hard 1 F -------l·ree'.,ian ~- · Michaels Topics for S pecial Service3. and fast in the cond half ancl lfarlhnght L. F. Fox C. J\fa ida The s1>ecial e,·angelis tic . ervice at ontmucd on pag~ two .)







Drenched While Under Cover. Diclja ever get soaked while u I nc er a protecting roof? I, re •cent 1 and ii ippmger >out twenty st dent· of Otte l u " a111011g r >ein ' ·severa l co - eel th en, aw' l1alf lo other" " a c zen ' \\·ere victim· of • uch a mishap durin . We g aturday' s torm . They I re aboard the 12:.30 olumltts -\\'es terville car. ".'' "ar LinI "' c en th e car ra 11 111 · t o a 11,all lake • 111 the treet. The force of the rai,ed a trap door in the f11Vater oor a 11 I I ·111 < as ong a· the car was motion a steady curre nt of Water poured in and . oaked eteryone · in th e fron t half of tie ill-fated car

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Meyer· I~. G. \\"_elker 1the L'nited l>rcthren church wil_l con- 1 Another O. C. G raduate Dies f-follinocr L. G. Delhn"C'" tinue throughout the week, begmn1ng \\' "ll f . • .'ltlio,,ugli Otterhein"s lia,ket ball 1each night at se,·en_ o'clock_·. There I D e tffervi e nencl_s 0f Re,·. Glenn ""' I pa ord tie l l l . ,t the whole been ,uc- w:11 be !>Ong and pra1,e • erv1ce to be· · r >em gra, uate of the eason ,a~ 11 v 011 . cla s 1913 · d f I t times it Ins , emed to ha,e r gin with. The meetings have greatly h" · · • were gn ve to hear of ce,.s u · a · '· · . . • • is death on la t Tin ·cl • \I . I 3 f tie everal 1ncrea~ed 111 attendance and u11ere t. . · . tr s 3.} .. a1 c 1 I , 1 o ld time ··pep". O ~ome · f.or tl11· w ek wtll • at ,,.the 1ty lfosp1ta l, L•-.nca t er. O h10. · . • 0 11 the home floor ,timulated I ·ome of the topics victories I S ror the la t fo11r or fi R th ·asm and pride of the tube a foll ws: unclay morning, "A ff d ive years ev. t 11e en u. 1 • · I 1• • I • fl 3 or ha, been fightin · cl ·I · h will be tested agam 1n t 1e Kmgdom that annot >e haken"; g agamst ent_ "11c s a•on Que,tion of the tate of the oul after 1ung trouble. He spent ome time in coming ba eball . e • . unday e ,·en ing, " an the ou l be Colorado and al~o co nsulted the :\Iayo Crother 111 M1nne•ota h t I b Base Ball P rospects Disc ussed. De,troyed '"; l\Ionday evening, "The . . . · • u 1e o .. T .. . ~ f tamed little relief. · of Deat 11 : ueH1ay . anng 1'ower o ·oach wain called a meeting Christ." . R~v. p~ITord wa., married and lived all ha chall pro P:cl in the Ag~·mAll are welcome to these . er- m irclev1lle, Ohio where he was pasla · t \\ edne day. out tor of the local l 111· 1 d n 113 1·um The difficulty j vices, t he pastor says. and are invited C h . ' e _Drethren twenty men were out. a bat- to th ink with u about the e thin gs ur c 11 unti 1 recent ly when ill health be selec ti ng forced him to ret" f ,eem to cl ca tch er which are not tem po ral but are there- J"f ire rom trenuou . 1 e. tery. Ilo th pitcher an fore e te rnal and do not pa away. mu t be chosen from. ~he ne,~ re- - - - - - - -While Ill tt rb in Mr. pa/ford ·t ln fact no po 1t1011 cmchtoo k an active part in o il l"f cnu . wain k d that H . ege I e. eel. Coac h remar e 0 . C. S t ud ents A ttend B a nquet. e sang in th e Otterbein quartet, wa d e,·ery man ha an equa l chance all .\ number of Otterbein student. a member of th e Y. M. . cabinet ' I nd hard work will land and took deep interest in hr1·c t1"a11 only rcgu ar a attended the banquet at the Fifth E d ~ 1 a place o n the team. Avenue L". B. chu rch held in olumnil eavor work Hi s whole life in Pro pective pitcher are: C. L. bu atur day evening. The gue ts, ~o ege and el ewhere was characterized _b)'. a po itive influence for good l;o "',· a11d Leslie Dano. Four men bwill t among whom were Uni ted Brethren a cl t 1 co1~1pete for the place behind tie ~ . tud n t of O hio tate and repre- n I i. ac1 that dea t h should claim o ne _ ~ yo ung and so well fitted for I-rolll·nger, Ho\1.·ard. E,·an and Mil- entati,·e from tterbein, numbered Chn tian ervice. ler. d · b re fifty. A ft e r a deliciou dinner servA hort funera l se r vice wa held in Other who expect to Ian JO a Lehman, Bu ch, Gib on, prout, eel at ta b les decorated in honor of l. Lanca ter on Friday and h is body wa \\'ell ' Hovermale, Martin, Powell Patrick, the gue t Ii t e ned t o ome take_n to hi s old h m e in Michigan intere ting t oa ts. for 111terment. and Albri«ht.

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FRESHMEN CARRY AN -IVERSARY O F Through \ ineyard lopes abo,·e and .\ncl all within benea th the denseCLASS H O N O RS B E N R. HANB Y, '58 rolling gra in. ~et trees. ( ontinued from page one.) (Co nt inued from page one.) \\' ind off t o that dim corner of the Ta ll a11d luxuriant the rank gras, vel Sebert added to the excitement by to a slave sale in Kentucky: :\ielly skies g rows. scoring tw o points for them. It wa s Gray. a beautiful l\lulatto girl_. was \\"he re hehincl uns et hill a stately That e ttled in its wavy depths one .I th en that the Senior girls go't busy among the list of la ves_ so ld. She city lie -. sees and by a series of good pass111g end- wa - to be taken to Georgia. far away Herc. among tree whose ,:e r- 1 G,·ass melt in lea,·es. the mo sy 0 ed the half with a score of 8 to 2. I fro111 home, early . cenes , kindred and whelming hade trunks between. d Lineup: I her lover. This account created an tr ew ]Jetals 0 11 the l'ttl d Down fading a ,·enue of implicate , e ron . eI ot. 1lr. S eniors Sophomores 1111pres,io11 upon t I,e min belo\\', . ~s green -A lan S ee ger . I nd th th Katheryn \.Varner R. F. Marvel Sebert Hanby a ugge ted e eme for Patterin town ward m the mornm g Vida \\' ilhelm L. F . Edna H ooper / the _song.. He made a sketch of this weighed / Lenore Ra)·ot C. Mildred Deitsch famtl,a,· a,r on the tram and when he \\.. 1th g1·eens from many an upland Gladys wigart R7 G, Lucile Warson I returned home that same night in the o-a rcl e n-row , Beatrice~ ha fer L. G. Olive Givin little white house on West Home an o ld wall: long centuries L , I street at 162, completed "Darling Run Summary: Fie ld goa 1s enorc l'ielly Gray." ha,·e frayed Rayot 3 Katheryn Warner 1, MarI ts scalloped edo-e, and pa er ' • . S op I10Of the many song· that were writto . vel Sebert I. ubst1tut1onsand fro C f · 01 . G. . ten to adva n ce the ant,- Javery cau e, more. Edythe ave or 1ve 1v111 . .. 0 I"111 IN II G ., b B H Hea r d . ne\'er beyond its crumbling Referee-Mr. Fox. ' ar g e Y_ ray. Y. en anheight · ' hy here 111 \V estervtlle m the old The battle between the Senior a nd white hou se, alone retain s a measure weet laughter ring at noon or plain­ Fre shm en fellow was waged wi th of its old time popularity. The mel­ tive song at night. enthu ia m. Both team se t up a ody and the word survive because of .\nd crowning other part the wi ld terriffic pace and were fighting too th their intrinsic beauty. and if the white ros e and nail at the fina l gun shot. Floor words of the poet are true. the song Ri,·al the honeysuck le with the work counted most and in thi s the I II 1· f A s 1a 1ve on, or •· thing of beauty bees. Freshmen exce ll ed, completely out- is a joy forever." .\hove the o ld abandon ed orchard phying the . eniors in the la t minute It is interesting in this co nnection shows of the game. to know that Mr . Kate Hanby. who During the first half the scoring li\'es _in lhamba, Cal., is Otterbein's 1 wa almo t even but the Freshmen o!de t living graduate, a member of : played hard and fast and ended the the cla~ of '57. half with the sco re of 12 to 10. The i .\ bronze tablet to his memory and econd half continued to be clo e I in appreciation for the famed song is but the Freshmen by their excellent i11 the co rriclo,· of the Otterbein Col­ team ,,·01·k and superior basket ·hoot- lege Library. Students and alumni ing forced the Seniors to bow to the of Otterbein, hi s alma mater, cherish score of 17 to 11. hi, memory and hi ong. Lineup: S eniors Freshmen THE DE S E R T ED GARDEN Palmer R. r-. prout I kno v a villa "'e in a far -off land Wood L. F. .\lartin \\'here from a sunny, mountain- i Replogle Lehman ircled plain iddall R. G. Fox \\' ith tinted wall a pace on either Evan L. G. Rohrbaugh hand Summary: Field goals - Palmer .\nd fed hy many an olive-clarkcn.3, Re1>logle I, Martin 3. prout eel lane 4, Lehman I. ul goal~- idclall 3. The high-road mounts, and thence a Lehman 1. Referee-Mr. . antler ·. ii : er band, &







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DARLIN G NELLY GRA Y There's a I w, green valley, on the old Kentu cky \,Vhcr l ' vc whiled many happy hours away, ,A itting and a singing hy the little cot tage door, \\/he re lived my darling elly Gray.


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C. W. REED, Grocer

horu Oh ! my poor Nelly Gray, they have taken you away, And 1'11 neve r see my darling any more; I am itting by the river and I am weeping all the clay, · for y u've gone from the old Kentucky hore. \\'hen the m ·11 had climbed the mountain and the tar too, . Then l'd take my darling , elly Gray, nd we'd fl,;>at clown the river in my little reel canoe, \-\'hile my banj sweetly I would play. ·

ne night I went to ee her, but " he's gone'' the neighbor The white man bound her w ith hi chain; , They have taken her to Georgia for to wear her life away . he t ils in the cotton and the cane. '

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My canoe i. under water and my banjo i- unstrung · I'm tired of living anymore; ' My ye shall look downward, and my ong shall be un ung, \ , hile I tay on the old Kentuck y shore.

-Benjamin R. Hanby, 'SS.

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ly eyes arc getting blinded, and I can not .ee my way Hark! there's omebocly knocking at the door' Oh! 1 hear the angel calling, and I ee my elly Gray· Farewell to the old Kentucky hore. ' horus to La t tanza Oh my darling Nelly Gray, up in heaven there they ay That they'll never take you from me any more· I'm a coming, comi ng, coming, a the angels clear 'the way Farewell to the old Kentucky hore. '

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to the dignity and o lemnity of th e 1 An Artists' Course for Otterbein. r C. W. STO U G HT ON, M . D . so~ervice, but, if we want a se lfish r eaEthelynde Smith, American 30 0 , would d ign ify and profit u s al O, j prano, who was brought here by th e 31 W. C ollege Ave. Our church was dedicated to the Ladies ' Glee C lu b last winter, dePublished Weekly in the int;rest of W esterville, Ohio wo rship ot God , but many of us_ lighted eHryone wh o neard h er. Otterbein by the me B ell P hone 190 Citizen Phone 110 s eem to think that the building ex is ts Since her "isit th ere has been so OTTERBEIN PUBLISHir G , for our spec ial benefit, and we u s e it talk of introducing an artists' c.ou r se BOARD, ' a s we would a tea p rt)•-an oppor- as a regular yearly feature of sch ool Westerville, Ohio he' Member of the Ohio College · P ress tunit y for gossip and the ex change of life. The ente rtainment s which T·ery G. H . MAYHUGH, M. D . recipes. Redpath offer are sometimes , Association 'vVh not begin now to prove t o God good and sometimes very infer ior. son East Colleg e Ave. . STAFF that ,~e do have some worthy ideals :\t best it i a gamble for the per Ed e f ........ H e I en K .e II er, ' 20 about the respect due Hi s church and I who buys a sea on ticket. If we had A. itor-in-Chi . Bell 84-R ' s 1 t_a nt Editor .... Esther H arl e.y, '21 tint we intend living up to them? j an Artist s' Cou r e, and by that we P hones-C itizen 26 _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ mean a series of conc erts by r ea lly ontnbuting EditorsH · I · t 5 famous mus1c1ans, 1t wou Id Iiave a Helen Bovee ' 'I 9 r Grace Armentrout ','19 Ad vice to Amateu r o r ttcu . . Business M . t uns · I two-fold result : First 11 would g ive D R. W . M. GANTZ .'\ssis gr._.. K a theryn Warner, 19 The seaso n is approaching when a the people of the college and to wn ent tant Busme s Managersmaiden's thoughts turn to a c_harn~ing J'abl e o urce o f entertainm Dentist 1 1 111 Vir.g inia Blagg, '22 garden plot .in which her 1mag a dr et 11ere b y o ff er an oppor t um·t y for , f - a- an Bell P h one 9 11 Myrna Frank, 21 ti on fo ndly picture s a ma 5 0 1>n - I 11· t'o 1 of a taste fo r r eal . 1rculati M , . 1 t 1e c u 1va 1 1 C 15 W . C o ll ege Ave. Westerville A on . gr. :· Mary S iddall, 19 iant color. from wh1c 1 comes. a per- , music among a greater percentage of th i tant C1rcu lat1 on Managersfume that rivals that for which e J peop Ie, an d secon d . 1' t won Id b e an \ . , . Mary Tmstman, ,20 Orient 1s fam :> us. _ effect i\'e mean of advertisin g Ott erEl kh o rn C heese V a r ie ties, P imento Athletic Edi Marvel Sebert, ,21 But, be advised , oh fair one_ b~ bein. Very many of the co ll ege a nd and Kra ft w ith H ead Lettuce and local Ed' tor .... Cleo Coppock, 19 one who knows through ad expen I uni\"ersities of the county do upp ort th ochrai~ ~~or --;----.----- Hazle Payne, ' 21 ence. the s ting of whi~h not even e s uch cou rse s and conside r them a M a y o nnais e D r e ssing make an eleall Editor, memory of a peculiarly becom ing ,·ital part of their c h oo l life. \ Ve gan t sandwich . Aluninal EI' Ru th Hooper. 19 garden hat can eras e. may start in a mod est way, the Ii rst M OS E S & STOCK 9 Exchange -~~t_or .. Pro(. A. ?uitner, : ~ Imagine for , o ur se lf the feeling s of time bring only two or three arti st a Literary Ectii~;r .. E~ 1th Bi~gham, ,: one wh :i ft e" l· o pefull!' car ing for a here, and gradua lly w o r~ up to .... Vida Wilhelm, 9 tender g cc 11 th "!l' which the gentle larg e co ur se. The fi nan cia l succe ss th ed . . t Th bree zes had cali ( d from benea th e of the expe rim e nt would be insur Addre s all co at Ot terbein Tan mmun1cat1ons o e · . d fatal d C d' "' so il, kipped 11110 th e gar en one by the a le of easo n ticket 1 20 vv . 1I· an arma, r,t tht ·I1ehad . · ain t., \Ve tervill OI • morning. on ly to ,nc. a s moderate pnce . Sub riptt . . on Price, e,I.SO 110. . I1111 . g-an on,·0 11'· I This is a new idea for Otterbe 111. Per Year, ! been chens ty payable in advance . j o beware! Don't get _u nd uly e~- , and may appear to some as a •· pret 111 ., - - - - - - - - - - - - - - cited! Don't se e a pot e ntial violet bi o- bite'' for a c ho o l o f this iz e. . of gre e n! Tl iat mo cIes t ' But "' we feel that at lea t the proJe · ct Se i:.nte re d as econd class matter every sprig 21 W. Main S t. ;t Pl~iber 25, 1917, · at the postoffice s hrinking violet ma y turn c ut to be is worthy of consideration and wou Id rs March e terville, 0 ., under act of pepper grass in embryo!. be happy to hear what our reade 3, 1879. Who know s ? Nobody 111 th e ;vorld think of it pro and con. THE OTTERBEIN










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Acceptanc f . . . I but Mother Earth, and s he w 11 t tell rate of e or mailmg at spec1a t'I A Chance for Improvement. 1 she gets go o d and ready. 110 A po tage provided for in Sec. un All kind s G e neral Repair Wo r k. " l f a body meet a body 3 ct' ct of Oct. 3, 191 7, authorized H .1 To lly Sain t ! a1 , • . t .. · - - - · 24 , 1918. 1 II om in' frae the town, 5 11 Hail ' aint Patrick! J ) Y :1 w .. 1 the corner of your m outh u :_-tu•:11 :' ( If a body g reet a bod.: , and the mi c hief bea :11,ng 111 ) <><If . :-(eed a body frown? EDITORIAL "'\ • ' I vaited :i whole 1 g '' \Ve blue eyes! \ 'e ia ve ' f \\,'hat's th e use of go111g a Ion O shall need not to he afraid t hat we year to see you take th e buuclle with your head up in the air, pa sin g The ~o too far in serving ot h e r s. good l rish jokes out of your green a fellow-student a if he did no t d The College Avenue everre I nod anger that any o f u s w 1·11 carpe t - b ag an d we are loath t o I see exist? cheery ''H e IIo. " or ·'G oo go to f ney after iav· . I mornin o-" costs nothin g, but it va lu e love . 0 ar in the work of active you start on your Jour MEAT MARKET th e of I'here i~ no like lihood t h at any ing remained only a day wi us . 1 i inestimable. lf our college wer . . Will I . can never deve 1 k11 d )ecome too bountiful. too Try a · we may. we a large one, there might be some ex I 1 ' to be I I f . of le p ul to his neighbor. " op the natura I• I)orn se n e of rnmor cuse but not in a schoo l t I1e 1ze 1 1 • d.111 Jrihman w1et1er -Hare. that is foun an ' 8 th Otterbein . d a street-cleaner washwoman. o 'Why - D- - - - - -- . , ormiles and the capacThe year is far enoug I1 a d va nce Choice Cut Flowers and Cors age e O You Go to Church? \VI have expansl\ e d h d hile the that we sho uld know most of th Bouque t s. e iat do ? . t laugh long an ar ' w . I I hy you go to ch u rch fo r . 1ty o . I . 11 J lood in us stl'dents by sight at ea t. )ut om \v a Qua lity Best-Prices Right "every cIO we I1ave church services. · ? re t of u. with. no tie ns J·oke ) J>enetrates. I of u actually boa t, "I d on 't k now 0 ne of k now s t h e answer to mus·t wa it unt1 1 1 Id h o e t I1at are 111 · S. State St. Citizen 345 e e u. do without ·oul except t my th 1s CJuesf VI earth wou we · • • ? H ions. but unfor tu nate ly a \ 1at on · B 'cl t? cla -es.. \Vhose fault 1s 1t. a,·e llreat n ge · ~ · ff n1any f . 1o'.·a a nd Pa t and . k ou will live 011 we rea lly made an c o rt to get ac O us around Wes t erv ill e dOn' t r t11) to k I ( ood St Patric . y I I d ive n t our · now edge. , · . h remains on ci uainted or 1ave we go_ne a ong ay O I . as Iong as one 1n · ma fter that we , after day speak ing only to t h o e w I10 Cate<1 ead of ti1e h u h of a house dcch? t wo I . f. , th and even a , I d . r 11p, there i a regular t 11~ ear · . t enough to be ha,·e been formally 1ntroc uce to u bUii of 111orning co nversat1011 • S d I . re not fo1 tuna e 10 HOM E DR E SSED 011 u n ay . w a . k the eventeenth \fter all we Otterbein people are cu td . w I.ien ti1e wee k'· s new 1s . d"1s - I n. h will ·eep d ou and s trive 10 . : t one . big family and hould ce1ited , d1nv11 a · . I I acre to ·y Y green • . Ju s t as :I JU og·nize each o ther on the tr ee t or 1ions are given and ac- ' ar 1 ~ ac1ie .an ate . . ar e mace I , an d note on keep your me11101akes from I re Ian d , rec . c r we cha nce to meet. L et ' s herev c1 Pa111 s• a1.e rxc . I,ange d . 011 drove t I1e 511 ·e succeeding · · jw Uriii Y 111 over a new lea r and reso t ve MAKE GOOD EATS 1D · g p les •c11da11ts a 1 turn te1ghbo , rayer, we discus our your c c eri)ents of gloom . pa a fellow- tudent with10 . rs c t · a way t I1e ne, er Both Phones aniount · f s ume. : pec ul a t e on the c 1ia ing . that l)eople somea mile and "Hello!"-this reso1ness ta 1n · hat o 111 0 ney tied d long-facec out • . up 111 a cer- an . to take effect at once. B e ll 46-W. Citizen 92 c . , and I f · - contract. . ut10 11 ay our p lan or t 11e time S p 1 ·' ck with the 1111s- 11 on, 111 g 0f c Week. Goodbye,_ t.. a i 1 . blue eyes and A "knocker" i one born in the ubaII haveour e · I)e111g . I . f beaming in your . only human. we c 11 e k . your buttonhole. 1. t've mood contrary to fact , live can our be etting s ins but why the ·hamroc . in _ ou Junc i ' . . . . be watching for you a Y V' . We not · • .10 the pas ive voice and obJect1ve ca e. 11 P a tro nize Tan & Cardina l Advertisers . 1 iting . Pay our calls and do our \ e wi h d next year, but b of " jokes." -Ex. 111 g ch ei th er before or after enter- come down t e roa Urch? It would not only add don't forget your carpet ag


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'87. Dr. Andrew Timberman of Co­ Re,·. R. E. Penick, pastor of th e lumbus, Ohio, is at the head of the First U nited Brethren chu rch of campaign about to be launched to Hamilton, Ohio, h~s presented his ra~se $300,000 for the act ivities of resignation to his congregation to the Young Men·s and Young v\' o­ take effect April 1, when he will be- men' s Christian Associations 111 gin work as pa tor of the United J Franklin Co unty. The drive will be­ l:lrethren churcl_1 at :\ltoona,_ Pa. The gin Monday evening, March 24, with members of his cong1•egation gave a worke r s' dinner him up with regret, but th ey realize 1· · that he will go to a larger field of '1 6. Floyd J. Yance visited his ister t• -efulness. During Mr. penick' s Helen and other college friends 111 three years' pastorate in Hamilton \Ves terville last wee k. Mr. Vance is he displayed exceptional ability as an engaged in provos t guard work in organizer and the ch ur ch prospered l\ew York City and is not likely to great ly under his ministry. He sue- recei,·e his discharge from the army cceded in wiping out a debt of eight soon . He is spending a 15-day fur­ th ousand dollars that was burdening lough in Ohio. the church and admitted. ixty-fiye ' 06 N .k. k B k . . l\L.1 s M I ary e1 1r a er, w I10 ptrsons into membership Ill the 11ms b een .111 c h arge o f t I1e 1·b I rary at

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church. . the government hosp ital on Ellis I The Hamilton E enin g Journ a l of 11 d N y k . J I 19 19 . _ O f him. "The de- an , ew or , 1nce anuary , , Marc h lO ays · . has been tran sferred to the Reconcision of the Rev. Mr. Penick _ to truction Hospital at East Vi~.., near leave Hamilton will mean a d1st111ct 'VI . 'JJ • N ew y or k , an d b egan • v 11t e [ ams, Joss to the community. He saw 111 , work there last Saturday hristianity omething that cou ld I · SODA FOUNTAIN and hould en ter into the individual ' 11. Mr s. R. L. Mundhenk (Haze l An y Kind of Sandwiches, H ome-M ade Pies life for its betterm ent and for its Bat1man) of ·olum hus. Ohio, has rc­ Special O r d ers any T im e happine s. He preached the gospe l ceived word o f the promotion of her f Jove, the faith that is not shat- husband, Major I{. L. Mundhenk of R egular Lun ches or Dinners tered by misfortun e, and he worked the :17t h di vision to the rank of lieu­ O ysters a nd Fresh F i.sh honestly, faithfully, in season and out tenant co lonel. Lieutenant Co lonel of sea on, f r the uphuilding of th e Mt1ndhenk was commanding officer Orde rs over the P h one church and the advance ment of the f the 112th F ield i 0 nal battalion North State S t. Weste rville, O. kin gdom of od among men. It is before hi promotion when he was g i,·en to but few to be cho en as attached to General Fam worth's di tinctive leade rs and it seem that I headquarter - taff. thi I r ha fallen to th e He,·. Mr. I Call Citizen 21 or B ell 147- R fo r Penic k. Whi le his go ing wi ll 1 e a ' 77 . _ Edw!n L. Shu ey of Dayton, Jo :: s to Hamilton . it will be a distinct Ohio, was on of the peakers at a father -and- on banquet recently held gain to :\ It o na. , tge1t foD Acme Laundering Company General Laundry Wo rk and at th e Derry treet United Brethren eer ess ry Cleaning Co., D r y Cleaner~, D yers and Sa n ita r y Pressers '03 . Mi s. Edna 'tn,ich of Ports- ·hurch. Harri -burg, Pennsylvania. Sub . /I eadquarter s-12 E . Colleg e Ave., W este rville, O . 11:outh. Ohio. and Miss Lydia A. :S:el­ scnp ions taken for The Country Gentle m a n, L ; dies' Horne so n, ex-' 12, f l ittsburgh , Pa., were '78. Dr. T. J. antlers went to Lan­ i11 \,\'esterville for a few hours last caster, hi o, n Friday to take part Journal, Saturday E ven ing Post. Thursday ca llin g on Id co llege in the funeral ervice of Rev. Glenn Prompt Service-B est S er vic e friends. D. Spaffo rd who die.cl there the day prt>ceding. ' 13. Mrs. r ve r C. Muthershaugh ( Evelyn \' oung) has heen acting as Bride-elec t Ho nored. _ubstitute teac her in domestic . H. h l\[1ss l hoebe Mane Larimore, who cience 111 J ndependence 1g I • 1 • _ . d . will Je married to Mr. Le ter Clap1110, unng t 11e leveland. sc hool · ' ham on March 20, was the honored illne s o f the regular teac11cr. guest at many bower during the , '72. Rev. M. JI. Ambrose of Pitt pa 5t few day · . ht•rgh, l'a., preached at the PresbyMi ss Olive Porter entertained at 1e rian church in \Vesterville la t I her l:ome in ?v~arengo on Feb. 22 with unday morning. Mr. Ambrose is a miscellaneous . bower. On :Mar h ,·i · iting his si ter, Mrs. Mary Am- S the l\li ses arrie and Blanche Hur­ bro e Jone on \Ve · t Main s treet. t sey and Lucille Freeman en tertained . at the Hur ey home on Logan avenue '09. I lan·ey G. Mel- arr 11 ,, gene~al with a t we! hower. secretary of the Young Mens hn , . E v•· N • • .v1r • • . eedham of Glenwood tian As ociat1on at teu 1>env1-11 e, . . . .111 V .11 1 .F . d Drive gave a miscellaneous how er Ohio, wa e te r vi. e a t n ay. I aturday in her honor O f He had been attend111 the state . · ut-o -town . f "Y" k 1 11 . I gue t were the M1sse Waive and convention o wor er 1e c 111 1R h cl l\" G . .111 t 11e wee k . 'LI". eorge Ripp! of We t olumhu ear 11er I L utf an a ayette. '95. Dr. Wendell A. Jone • who ha On Monday Mesdames F · f • reeman ~ been in the m ed ical co rp O th e and Bookman entertained at th F Prof. and 11rs. navel rri,,a,- ill . h h k 0f e reeY entertained Let u how you o ur new a , U nited States army wit t e ran· man home on orth tate street with Lt. A. \\. Neally Jad1eS· captain sin.cc the outbreak of th e war, a mi cellaneous bower. at dinner Tuesday spring oxfords and putnP 5 for evening. . E. J. orris.-Adv.


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a rmi es of the Allie . He said, ··In COCHRAN HALL NOTES · • 5 Jite of the biting critic ism that i. This wa s a weekend of tiptoes and I h d ti y M C A whispers. for several of the girls in prevalent t e e ay · ,e · · · 1 · stands forth as the most popu ar 1 th e hall are sick. h I o rga ni za ti on working among t e so - 1 . The Pife r girls were greatly de- 1 diers." lighted w hen their mother came on " The F rench" Mr. Lo,·e continu~d, Thur day evening for a visit. I ,.inve tigated th e va ri o us so ldier we l-

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ga ni ze d, under the Y. M. C. A.,. to ,·i it the return ed so ldi ers au d g i_ve them h earty welcome and un offic ia l thank s for the sacrifices th ey ha,·e mad e. In concl u ion Mr. L o,·e sa_id th_at If . . J·oy t o li ve· a Chri stian 1 e 1t 1s a • h days because so much is ext esed f a hristian and Ch ristianity IJec te o I . f is accep ted as the only so ut1 on o the mammoth world problems. After Mr. L ove·s talk, Mr. Jayne_s ga,·e an interestin g report _o f th e \ · M C. A. co nfer e nce h eld 111 Co lumbt;s las t \,Vednesday and Thursday.

Gladys Brenizer to Ca r dington. This fine sp rin g weather is exhi larating to all of us a nd especia ll y to th 0 e who mu st li mit their s tep t o the camp us! N 1· ew me s of \ Va lk-O ver and Bo t · onian hoes. E. J . J\'.orri . -Adv. Agnes and G lad ys left Friday t o Pend a f d ew ays in Barberton. . Betty Mc Cabe went hom e to Greenville and Martha Skinner to ew H o lla nd to spend the week-end.

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. y oung, of Fore . to M_a~ie t. Ohio. came :'-- - - - - - - - - - - ~ ~ .. vi it Marie taat . It see med good •·The \,V ay in the \\ il_dern_e s was 1 to see M . I b·ect fo r discuss10n in Tues- , an e again . t ,e s u J L The I ·1 . day's m ee ting , of v:hich 1-_lorence oar c 11 drcn li ke o ur coo ki es. d he e-a ·d that every Day· I ac ted as 1ea er. h ---'\d,·. he 1s sit uate d , Jer ·o n no matter ow . I . e to 1,is way 111 EdytJ1 C t e ave a tt e11ded th e \ o lun - mu st so m e time com · , k ter Band o nve nti on at Ohio \,V es- th e wi lderne s. wh ere he doesn t now eyan d hich way to turn . w· h an bro ught back ome pep whom to trust. o r w Id the it her. ur e ly the Chri ti a n sho u . 1Je .


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. . . · ter li ance came to v1 1t ht, sisho clen after which they went n1e to R eynold burg together. \Ve Perfe are g la d to welcome F lo r ence ily. ct into our ochran Hall Famladie ' P 0 No • hoenix si lk ho e. a $2.0 . at $1.SS. E. J . Norri .-Adv. A k Ed· can !. Ith Bi ngham how far he ca rry a . etti . Pan of cocoa without up ng It.

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first t o fi nd the light which will g u~de _ f t of the wilderness. or him sa e Iy o u . . - God who is alway wdltng to he ha , . I ti1 The Israelpoint ou t th e rig 1t pa __ nd • t it h th ei r wtlderne s. a ,te me fw th ei r abundant faith God because o fi nally led themk o ut. - I e the ques\,Ye mu s t as o ur,e tv IJlay in thi · . . \ \'hat i o ur part o . t1011 · . _ k? \Vhat 1s o ur reco11struct1on wor . · . reC hr i ti an" 111 helpmg to duty, as ti wreckage "Id the world af te r 1e . 1JU I I - caused \ Vt th out which the ,_var ia~ h CI~ ri stians to a doubt, it 15 up to t e f te o ne s out o f I d the le ss or tuna · f ea f o rr ow unb ehe th e w ilderne $S O ' and cruelty.

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ate which is me . bold! Barber and Card Sign Maker. , : ·ou r ,varnor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , "Darli ng, 1,ere s ) ih·cr st r ipe in tead of gold No . 10 N . State S t. • • • • I ·s Jee,·e today ~ ./ , hine upon 11 . ,, la t T 1. se he cou ldn't ail away. ,\ . hursday ;,ight th e Y . ~I. at . d 't you bleat. cn Joy d .. But my darling on outfit - is worth a whole .\ . T. "R.. t e a ta lk by Lieutenant J. ' . I ad co ld feet; B. C. Y OUMANS, Barber ly I Ove, ex-'21. Mr. Love ha recent- Xo o ne think you , t ld,!eevefu l o f radium. )een d"1 I Y' had to do a you w ere lod ,, 37 N. S tate S t. TTLLM ,\ :'-/. is 11 c 1arged fr om th e army a nd d f o .\LBERT L ow 111 . s 1·1 ,e r tripe in tea o g . f h ' Pice o lu mb u un der the ausdd "f tie mud o t e Captain Infant ry. U. - .\ . Shop closed at 8 o'clock except of ti \nd I mio-ht a t , Id an, 011 1eY. 111. . A ., w or king ' is worth go 1 \\·e-t \ "i r o-inia l: ni,·ersity ..\ . T. _ • 1 Saturday. h g the oldiers" French trenc ,e Lee "•r l . d ti e mud of amp -Public er,.icc Bulletin. done · b ove e mphasized the fine work s ~r '.Pe;s, tr~~e , /unning one of these Y the Y. M. C. . among the 111 r--._ ~




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LOCALS Raymond Hollinger ;.pent the \\"eek - ing a ong of golo he , Many and many a time. said I. Floyd Vance. recently di harged en d at hi home in ~farion. A idewalk full of mud. , He'd come bounding in from play, "th .\ sco re and t\\"enly rubber 1 eckin~ me on eager feet fr 111 the army, pent a few <l ay w, 1 Harold .\Iattern of Dayton v1 ited Cause an awful thud:\nd excitedly he'd ay : tterbein friend . Friday. hi si~ter, Helen. hocman make 6me money "\\'hatyegot to eat>·• Local Po ·t Office employee have Dutche s trou . er , 10c a butto n, ., I \ ·a h book lo e weightbeen working overtime the pa t week if they rip. E. J. Norris.-Adv. Each foot fed a hea,·y llome from chool he'd daily run, becau,e of exces mail going from the :\ a ton of late.-Ex. Thinking f the pantry shelf, ' . H ou e t o tl1e Dorn1,·tory · tanley Richmond f Dayton pent Cook·,~ lf , ,·,·111·1 l1ccl o11e l>y one. T,e1ster These mi;. iles have carried three- the week-encl with friend of \\'e,ter- 1 Robert J:< · Huber. br ther of R. H. \\' hen he'd learned to help hil11 5 e ' Huber witne sed the championship "Hell o , Ma; I'm back again!'' cent po. tage ·o 1.,;ncle am has not ,·ill · Lenore Rayot, 11. F. 1loore. \ 'ida a mes at Dela,~are _laS t aturday, 1 \\'as his little greeting weet. lo t money on the extra time incurrC'd. For details ,cc J. . • H -- \V ilhelm. and L. J. \\' od represented where much. t his delight. tivcr of \ Tl,,.,, , a l> y1· 11 ,111'le. a11d tl1en: . Dayton carried away the honor · He . \\'I1aty got to eat., .. tt('rl)el.11 at th e s t II <l ent, ' reception Fre hman. held at Fifth .-\venue Grace ·. B. of ,-pe nd ing a few day 111 \ \ ester- I .\li,s Ida Kittle pent the \\"eek-end \\' i · h that r could hear it no\\', l'illc. olumbu . at her home in olumbus. :\ e,·er dreame d l'd mi it 0 · . · .\[is oppock, teaching American an you imagine any th ing worse \\' i· h that T could know. some ho., ' th A giddy \\"ar-worker of Rye Literature cla called on Ray Ho\an · t. \ ' it~s dance and inflammaThat old joy of Jon " ago. tory rheumatism at the am t' ? " l" secl to . moke cigarette - on the · ly · I linger to read aloud. \\'hen Ray Ex. c ime.- 1 But he ·tand aero the ea All went ,·ery well _ came to the line," He had lain a leep en·ing in the Battle' heat Till her twenty-fir. t shell for thirty years," he read, ''He had }.{i :Xeva ~rie t who i employed .\nd he cannot ay to 111 ·: /\nd th n she went up to the sky. . lain sheep for thirty year ." on se- ~ th e Otterhem Publishing hou e in "\\ hatyegot to eat?" oppock had difficulty ayton pent the week-end with her For the benefit of . L. Fox and quently i\Ii What a o-Joriou day 'twill be, "Bob" \\'right Philalethea hould in di . cipline the remainder of the per- mother. \\'he n the cruel war i done, ca iocl. 5 have the college bell rung when o­ .\nd the hoy come home fro!11 1 W H AT YEGOT TO EAT > cicty is adjourned. Paul prout and J. L. ib on pent _ _ __ · •· I . . ti e)•'1·e won. \\ 1l 1 the nctone 1 · 1 gt. i\[a on of Camp herman wa the_ week-end at their homes in Fo,- :--:e,·er thought about it much h, the joy to hear him th en 1 l n the days of long ago a ue t of \Ve terville friend: \\' ed­ tona. aying :,o-lad ly as we meet. • I ' ne day and Thur day. (For further L. K. Replogle went to Dayton Ol'cr Th at ·it wa a boyish touch "Hello. Ma. 1'111 back againII Howard.) information ee Glady the week-end for a vi it with hi s par- \ . Th l didn't eem t~ kn~w. \\' hatyego t to cat?" G ,est. -Edg-ar .\. t ce ent.. His father i pa tor of Hart- :\e,:er thought that l'd recall Time to order that pring uit. fqrd treet l. B. hur h in that city. \ imp\ word that he'd repeat ~ - - - - --rn:in's E. J. about it right away.-Adv. \Vhile we hear that a young of . he ru heel into the hall· hought Kenneth Arnold and Che ter :Monn Harold Davison pent the week-end ''\\'hatyegot to eat?" . fancy lightly turn to t trul)' . . · -t a O at his home in anton, 0. lo\'e 111 pnng, we can JU -_ ponder of . helby, 0., were among the ttertarted a a lad f five, tate that ome youn~ lad~e }lat, and bein rooter at Heidelberg, aturday A k "Rat " how to break up a banJamoring for cake or p· · ht ,quet '·H . 1e. e 1,ear­ on the weighty question 111g . I · ungnc t little boy ali\'e," 111 ' s uit in the ame eiu,0 •1 01