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Subject: Waynesfield Chronicle 1/29/25 part one
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 22:41:58 EDT
The Waynesfield Chronicle
Thursday, January 29, 1925
Front Page, part one
FOX DRIVE SATURDAY
Round Up To Be On the FRANK RUNKLE Farm
Another Fox drive is planned in the eastern part of Auglaize county
Saturday. The territory covered for the drive is one of the largest yet
planned. The boundary lines are as follows:
The Waynesfield and Wapakoneta pike is the north line, then come east as
far as the State Game Reserve; thence south one mile on the Blank pike and
east to the Valley pike. The east line is from the Valley pike to the Santa
Fe pike; North to the Fryburg pike; thence west on the Santa Fe pike; North
to the Fryburg pike; thence west on the Santa Fe pike to the Clay-Pusheta
township line. West through Fryburg to the Metz school house and thence north
to the Uniopolis pike. The lines will center on the Frank Runkle farm east
of St .Johns.
Those participating in the drive are requested to have all dogs chained
and held until the roundup is completed.
All foxes captured will be sold and the proceeds turned over to the
churches within the boundaries of the drive.
The Ladies Aid Society of St. Johns will furnish lunch.
Arrangements are made for the hunters to park their machines near the
place of the roundup. Trucks have been provided to take hunters to the lines.
Miss CLAUDICE SMITH who is employed in Lima, spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CLINT SMITH and family.
Mr. and Mrs. RAY SPENCER of near McGuffy, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN DRITZLER and
children and Mr. and Mrs. RAY SPENCER [that is what is written] spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. FINLEY SPENCER and family.
MIDD GOSSARD made a business trip to Harrod Saturday forenoon.
MRS. FRED DAVISSON spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. LEVI SPAIN.
Mr. and Mrs. MIDD GOSSARD and children spent Wednesday evening with Mrs.
ANNA ZIMMERMAN, son NOBLE and daughter MARTHA.
Mr. and Mrs. BERLIN FORD and son of Lafayette spent Sunday evening at the
home of Mrs. MARGARET KIRKPATRICK.
FINLEY SPENCER is on the sick list at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. ANDREW GOSSARD and daughter ANGRETTA and GURN GOSSARD were
shopping in Lima Friday afternoon.
Quite a number of people from this vicinity attended the fox chase
FLOYD OHLER and NOBLE ZIMMERMAN attended the B. O. DOWNING sale near
Mr. and Mrs. RAY SPENCER are spending a few days with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. FINLEY SPENCER and family.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
SARAH E. BENNETT to SHERMAN BENNETT, 5 acres, section 7, Wayne township
and lots 12,13,14,15 and 16, H. S. Bennett's addition Waynesfield; $1.
SHERMAN BENNETT to SARAH E. BENNETT, 20 acres, Section 30, Goshen
JOHN HOSTELTLER has rented the BUDD MEANS farm near Bellefontaine and will
move in March.
CHARLES HARVEY succeeded in getting a station in Hamburg, Germany, over
his radio, one evening last week.
Mrs. ADALINE BAILEY, who has been visiting her son and family in
Pittsburg, Pa., also friends in Mansfield, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. DENZIL GOSSARD and daughter, VIRGINIA were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. ERNEST EMRICK.
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR GOSSARD and family and Mr. and Mrs. BOYD
SHELLENBARGER were Sunday guests of Mr. and MRS. ALFRED GOSSARD.
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SHELLENBARGER and daughter JEAN were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. GARNER LEATHERMAN and family.
REV. M. N. LONGNECKER, Mrs. JOSIAH HARROD, Mrs. R. T. MEANS and Mrs. PAUL
KAUFMAN and son BOBBIE were Sunday guests of Mrs. REBECCA MEANS and Mr. and
Mrs. JOHN MYERS.
Mr. and Mrs. SANFORD MAUS and daughter VERA RUTH spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. HARRY SHELLENBARGER.