|Articles are from The Buckeye State:
Monday, September 11, 1922
|The following articles are from The Buckeye State: The Paper That Goes Into The Farm Homes of
Columbiana County, Monday, September 11, 1922.
Miss Harriet Wilson has accepted a position in the People’s State Bank, to succeed Mrs. Fred Smith,
who severed her connection with the bank Saturday night.
Miss Josephine Bennett and Miss Beryl Clark left on Monday morning for Wooster College where
they will be students the coming year. The young ladies were accompanied to Wooster by Mr. and
Mrs. J.J. Bennett in the Bennett automobile.
Henry’s Ice will be delivered to all customers east of the Square Wednesday a.m. and west of the
Square and the hill on Thursday a.m. Homer L. Henry.
Samuel Moranz and Son, who for the past six months have operated the American Theatre at
Leetonia as a picture house, have disposed of their lease to S.R. Brooks of Youngstown, who will
conduct the business. Mr. Moranz and son operate the Lisbon Opera House and Grand Theatre.
|SOLD THEIR LEASE ON AMERICAN THEATER
Everything is in readiness for the opening of the Payeen Stock Co. at the Opera House tonight and
when the curtain is rung up on the first act of tonight’s offering of “When A Man Marries” Lisbon
Theatre goers will have a chance to see how fully this company lives up to its motto “The Show That’s
Different” for it is without doubt one of the best equipped scenery productions on the road today.
Special vaudeville will be featured between the sets assuring the patrons of no dull moments. Seats
are on sale at Ourant’s drug store and one lady will be admitted free with each adult ticket.
|STOCK COMPANY OPENS AT OPERA HOUSE
Mrs. Emma Piero and Mrs. W. F. Ball are representing the Lisbon Women’s Christian Temperance
Union at the county convention of the organization which opened on Friday afternoon in the United
Presbyterian church at East Palestine. The convention will close this evening after an interesting
program. One of the attractive features of the convention is a pageant, arranged and managed by
Mrs. Elma Sutherin of East Palestine in which a large number of young people of the community are
|LISBON WOMEN AT COUNTY W.C.T.U.