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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 1, 1921
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THE FAIUMOUNT NEWS I C. L. Salyers and family were Mun jcie visitors Sunday. fciLJC.Jia.irt m mill mi- - - i hi i 1 i n - I Kiwanis Club ! For Fairmount j John Furnish is very ill at his home Jon South Barclay street. Yards ? 3 500 (Continued from Page One) j Miss Wanda Mittanlr is visiting j friends at Bloomington. the present week to complete the or Mr. and Mrs. John Pinkerm daughter, Gene, spent Sunday m Ma- extended to tl3 Fairmount cjub ncn. c 'an invitation to join with the Marion ' t!ub in a visit to the boy scout vacation camp at Wilson's Run, on the Muncie Mrs. Cecil Doherty and children j were the guests of relatives in Ma Pike on Wednesday of this we3k, and , late Von the Fairmount club as a rion Friday. Of Toile Du Nord Dress Ginghams for Girls School Dresses. New Patterns and good colors and the prices are right. body is to be the guest of the Marion ! club at a banquet and booster Two Marches by Sotl&s&'s Hand "STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER" "GOLDEN STAR" Two military marches one for the living, and one for the memory of the dead. They combine in a splendid and powerful record every American ought to know. (Victor Double-Faced Record 35700) Here these also THINKING OF YOU" Peerless Quartet "CAROLINA LULLABY" Albert Campbell Henry Burr (Victor Double-Faced Record 18762) "STAR OF THE SEA" "MEDITATION" Florentine Quartet Instrumental (Victor Double-Faced R Vrd 18769) "LITTLE CRUMBS OF HAPPINESS" "SPRINGTIME" Charles Harrison (Victor Double-Faced Record 18776) At any time w will gladly play you these NEW VICTOR RECORDS FOR AUGUST THE PIONEER DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Xen H. Edwards, Mgr. Lois was the Friday guest of Reb?kah Kimbrough of South Adams street. Frank Diltfc, wife and son, of Jones I boro, were the guests of Mrs. Mary Gardner Sunday. THRESHING RING ENDS . . SUCCESSFUL SEASON. The Wesleyan Back Creek Threshing company completed its season's work last week, and on Thursday celebrated the close with a big basket dinner and picnic at Eaton Park, at t to Mr. and West Third The Bee Hive Cash Store Jk. Born Saturday night " Mrs. Ralph Little, of ! street a baby girl. Eaton, southwest of Matthews. Final settlement for the season was made at the business mooting of the company held during the forenoon, the reports showing most satisfactorily and, Our Prices Are Right On Good Shoes STAR BRAND Mrs. Blanch Horine, submitted to , an operation for the removal of her i tonsils this morning ,r . x t , . . . considering the dry season, the crop i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts enter- ... ... , I .. r. tr. yeld proved to be esccMmelv good. fa:ro,i at Suniljiv Hiinpr. Mioses Hat- ' A bountiful dinner of all the good ; tie and Jennia Mor.ohan. j things to eat was served, including Mrs. Harry White and mother, Mrs. plenty of ice cream and cake, while Lesscn!y, cf Jenesbore, were calling J rr friends in Fairmount, Friday at-' Sunday as the guest of Mr. and 1 . SFOOiai pwti lime. nuw iivcm l3VI-n- j Mrs. J. A Maver in Fowlerton. How They Stand j Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson and Gaddis . familv. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Dan Whybrew, Mr.' and Mrs. Loster Whybrew, were Arnold Barrick has returned from Fort Wavrte, where he had been re- Count of Votes Turned In To Date. guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Mort Why-', iceiving treatment at a hospital. brew Thursdav afternoon. FOR SALE Mrs. Blanche Bcrrault, of Montreal, Canada, is here on an extended visit with her niece, Mrs. Thurman Lewis. -Cow anvl ca'f. 1Z. V FOR Fairmount. Miss Lillian Dunbar 08.900 Leslie Wilbern 150,000 Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Tture i a ti:ne hen Tailor made ck rest nvwe. That is not tt c ir . We w ill tt ;oc. Your clothes ro?e-:t ;f ar individuality. America- Oasimers tor fall. J.J "Dur tr n-ibilit? is jour Ribble Bros. CF COURSE) TAILORS Miss Beth Winslow .. Miss Marsrarct Langan Miss LiUy B:l'e AUcorn. cf GiffonJ 111., arixed in Fairmount Thursday for a few weeks stay with her grand- j, Mrs. Henry Barber. j Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Reeves returned hw.e Fnday, p.ftcr a two day visit with frknds and relatives near War- saw. , Misses Orpha and Mable Dilt. of Marion, were the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lemon. FOR SALE The Fairmount Mills are now offering Fairmount Flour at the mill door, figured on new wheat prices. Drive up and get a sack. A. A. Ulrey Co. and familv, Mr. and Mrs. Will Beas-ley, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Brewer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HeavPin and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Geo. Hasty and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Brookshire and family, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Davi and family, Mr. and Mrs. NMer Underwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jap Davis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ware, Mr. an I Mrs. Wm. Knapp. Mr. and Mr-. Dolie Payne und family. Mr. ar t Mrs. Chas. Tutorow, Miss Kliraboth BcasV-y, Miss Goldl Brewer, Ernet Burgon. Robert Davis. John Underwed. Walter Elliott. Paul Bundy, and Leslie Davis. . 86.600 . 78.600 . 50.000 .433,100 .432,700 . .78.600 .432,900 . 78.800 . 03.600 . 263,500 Miss Nolia McCombs Miss Indus Pierce Mrs. Lou Kimes Charlie Darnell A. J. Weyler Miss Muriel Cox Miss Phyllis Cooper .... Floyd II. irown FOR S.ALE Our mill run Bran and Middlings 18rr protein, at $1.50 per hundred". Fairmount Mills. Mrs. L. E. Tigner ar.vl granddaugh-t;r, Susan Hays will arrive today to be the guests cf L. E. Nolder and family. LOST Mr. ar.d Mrs. Reseoe Kircher, Mrs. Lora Kircher ar.d Miss Lillian Dunbar drove to Attica Saturday to spend the wc-ek-er.d 'with friends. Frevl Lar.gsdon ar.l wife, cf Indianapolis, came Frulay for an indefinite visit with the foimer's mother, Mrs. lar csdon and family. LOST Child's white hat, Saturday evening. Return to Sellers & Jay barber shop. Harry CoUins, wife and dausrhtrs, Margaret and Mildred, of Marion, x-ere Sunday guests of Cecil Doherty ar.vl familv. P. W. Barkdull S8.S00 Miss Fnv Shane 80.000 Miss Mable Mann 78.600 Bernard Strop? 78,600 Fairmount R. F. D. 2. Miss Orpha Gardan 50.000 Miss I-ova Moon 407,400 Fairmount, R. F. D. 3. LOST Coat atid cap some where near Fairmount. If found call 72f Black TO N Y PA Y N E AT HO M E FROM THE HOSPITAL. Tony M. Payne, assistant cashier of the Fairmount State bank, who recc-nt- Miss Zola M. Little na OS0PLE It always pays to a ivertiso in The Fairmount News. Err.est Baker. Jr.. who for the past sit weeks has been a student . at Illinois University, returnovl bom? Saturday. 400,000 265.800 391.800 i Mrs. Doxey Miller There wf.l he decree work at the r.cetir.g of the erdc-r of Eastern Star Mrs. D. E. Richards the ly underwent an operation m r.icht ar.d the mc Tin s. ers MISCELLANEOUS "YOU are urgent to he present. Fairmount, R. F. D. 1. Miss Jessi? Brookshire 50,000 Joncsboro. R. F. D. 1. Miss Beatrice Howell 100,000 Miss IVnline Elliott 50.000 Frank Hilton 431,700 J . - . Jr J. A. Rav leaves the first of this week for Gret nhurg to take charge of a position as billing clerk in the oillee of th Big Four Railroad Larg? farms to deal for small ones and small farms to deal for laruer ones. Georsre Brown. Summitvillc. Ind.. R. R. 3. Phone L f.v s . Friday. S. B. Hill, rf Hill Bros. m??t market, ar.d family, ar.d Albert Morris ar.d family have returned from an cut- soer.t at Lake Tippecanoe. .8.600 Ida Pattison Grant wunty hospital for goitr?, was bi-ought to his home here last Wednesday evening, where ho is rapidly recovering from the effects of the operation and the nervous shock following. Mr. Payne's hosts of friends will be more than glad to know that his condition is improving, and all will be most happy to again see lorn in his accustomed place in the bank, it is hoped in the n r future. Miss G Neil M? Hub FARM LOANS If you want to bor . Jonesborn. R. F. D. 2. row money on your farm, see O. R. I Miss Ethel Howell 50.000 Scott. Fairmount. Ind. I Miss Helen Leach 100,000 Wilson Miss t?.iier. Thursi;?v re out tor trie ?oi Invitations Amott rcunio -- - I Miss Gladys Smith Miss C'ista Smith, in company with a party cf friends from Muncie and Marion, is leaving today for Mackinaw, where she expects to spend sev . which will take place . 50,000 .391,400 ! Marion. K. F. D. 3. ; Miss Maud." Kimbrough fHfr P'jsrJ.-. arin, Sunday, Au- tar?n. 55 TELFPHON E CO M PA N Y ISSUES NEW DIRECTORY. '. ' ever of ! -. and sy?, was Mrs. B rr.ev Mrs. Avlv-.' !:-e guc-st of Mired Fn.i;o gust T. This will be an all-day to.cct-irg will be served at 12:33 p. n.. The Citizens Telephone company to-, Miss Virgie Huber 91,100 day began distributing its new t?le-1 Jonesboro eral weeks. ! ' Norman Ohr Wilson of Indianapolis, arrived Flkhart P: u' made a business trip Friday. ... . i Little nhone directory, revised un to Auirust .viiss A hoe c - ... , , 1 i r i. in Fairmount Satupiay evening to re- ( Mr? W. lecranl, cf A'.evsr.dria, 1. the book being from the press ot ; innr Sp;' . . . . .. t Iowlerton. Misses Velma B riles. Leren Cain and Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Merrish and ma:n cwr ,unelav with hts famitv. f Miss Le'.nall Reeve, :ie l . lit mount -News. iuuserioers, Minnie Crecraft daughter Irene, Mr. and Mrss. Ralph .vu. or j" week have been at Bribs were in St. Joe. Mich., Sun- upon lveeipt of th new directory, are vy a'. ..r.'. s TT COT!. I Mittank. of Fairmount, and Wm. Hop- the jTOme of Mfv an Mrs 0i B WiK day. Sims Miss Ida Fay Ixskridge. . asked to destroy all old directories, . 78,600 . 87,600 .355,300 . 78,600 .100,000 . 78,700 . 78,600 p:s, cf Shirley, Ind. w ill motor to on j ? . - Herbst t it ..o t as inis issue contains manv cnamrcs I-lorine returned herr.e Mv?. Blar '. Gary, Ir.d., Saturviay, where they will : ! tfir. ana ens. num.T .'inruii, . ' r i. i: p,i,.l from the old one, as well as many ad- , """ " " urs".iv ex. rc. after a sexerai Mwavzeo. k. r. it. a. ys xislt m l-.ciar.ap-jlis. make a few days visit with Mr. ank j jr an Mrs. Henry Parks and Dayton. O., are guests of Claude Jones Mrs. Dave Demnkk. (daughter, Anna, cf Huntington, and and famil. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Parks and lit- i 1 Mil IV'IIC V" V 1 v. now v k iue'o t I v" - , , . . .. I Miss Margaret Keever This is the second issue of the direc- , M;a! rnm(.r Po'nt Isabel tory published this year, the last hav- j Dr. C. N, r recently dclixTrel j pr. R. B. Jones and wife ef La-! tie son. of Portland, were uuests of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Whitaker of Edward E. Hale 104,700 ing been of the date of February 1. t3 head cf he c from his farm east rwt arrive,! Sun,lav to attend a 1 Goxre Rarrick and familv Sunday. Dunkirk, were Fairmount callers Sat- sf town, wl...:?- e:ghed 3?, 25 pwands ! famiv reunion at the home of Dr. urday evening. rd which becght him a little wcw,tonM oar.nts. Mr. and Mrs. David1 Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Fankboner and ORDER A QUART Givj your children, plenty of rich Mrs. E. L. Fear 50.000 Summitville. Mrs. Herman Jones 423,800 Matthews. Miss Mattie Martini 97,500 Miss Irma Boyer 82,400 $3,7rXV Jones. Mondar, Dr. Jones and rami- Miss Alice Howell attended the tuner- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Flint left where R,n(lue Ie cream. I Banquet is the best. It is a per-j feet food for children. ly, accompanied by Dr. Samuel Hook, "al cf Frark Howard. Friday morninar. Sunday for Tippicanoe Lake, of Noblesville, a classmate of Dr. He was laid in a mausoleum in the they will spend two weeks. Jones and Miss Frances Jones, Dr. Marion cemetery. Mr. Howard died Mr. and Lawrerce Puller, Mr. r.d Mrs. Rufvis Green ar.d tiss Stel-tt Buller w quests T1ursday of Riw Wright, w'-c l:es rorth cf Hart-n,f City. Jones sister, left for an auto tour of at Lake Manitou, Tuesday. j pjuil Harvev and Kenneth Benson. 1 The minerals in Banquet Ice Croam help to build a sturdy frame and LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffice f tho wfk endinsr Julv 30. 1921. of Winchester, were guests of friends the ast, expecting to be gone some three week. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Winslow enter. jn Fairmount Sunday. I""1 V. . V49 Lkw if not called for in two weeks tained at Sunday dinner the follow-. , "sn. caroonyarates ruirnish en" I wjj e sent to the d?ad letter office: Mr. and Mrs. William r.-iw tr..i lergynnntne vuamines encourage; Miss Gajmel Floyd. ing guests: VE;jrTOWth and proteet from disease. Jcnes, cf West Milton, O., Mr. and Mr. Wavne Fowler. Mrs. Ida Ellis. 1 Ii ; V ; , v I um.-r a quart oi Banquet Ice Cream M Mis Ell Winslow Mrs. Kelsay. Mr. " MrS Mm today and every day and remember Mrs. E. E. Knutson. Dr. Shelby. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. John Charles Ribble left Saturday for an outing at Lake Wawasee. and Mrs. Layton. Nolder James, and Lambert Jay. and on that ice cream is a protective, energy- " " ; Bernard Fowler of Fulton Ind., ; producing food for older folks, too. spent Saturday night as the guest of For sale in Fairmount by Xen Ed- Ford, Maxwell, Chevrolet m and Overland Owners m rr.nnn Mr- nd Mrs Andrew Weyler. ! wards Advertisment. ! church will meet at the church at Miss Mary Parker, who is employed 8 10:30 a. m.. to be conveyed to the (home of Mrs. Warren Relfe, where l1 telephone exchange, isjH their annual all day meet ru? will ba sPf,,nK vacation in inuianapons To S held. A pot-luck dinner will be serv- j ) the David Brooks, of Indianapolis, was Special Notice Touarisits i as noon to me memoers oi church and Sunday school. sthe week end guest of his brother,! Nimrod Brooks and wife of West Mr. and Mrs. Esom Smith and famt- Eighth street, ly entertained at their home at Sunday ' dinner, Misses Myrtle Smith and Rss Nell Miller, ofter a several land Jesse Sark, of Bluff ton, Miss weeks stay with friends in Fairmount Mil You are now able to buy genuine fully guaranteed Goodyear SO iS'i Non-Skid Tire at $13.95. Nest to the famous All-Weather Tread this is the fir est St) x tire on the market. It is made et the same material as the All-Weather Tread and carries the same guarantee of satisfaction. CalU pfsone or write today in order to avoid delay in delivery. E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. Tire, Accettories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 22G i ? M. M. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. left on Saturday for her home in j Clarence Lawson and daughter Anna Lebanon, Ind. i Lillian, of Indianapolis, Mrs. William J Grindle, of Morgan town, W. Va., and ... ,. . . ; Bobbie Weyler of this city. . Mr. and Mrs. Hallett S." f daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Richards Mr n V T.vnn v.. ' ' Matthews, called on friends' Special low rate excursion to Niagara Falls, N. Y, and other points on the Great Lakes each Sunday. Daily cheap Tourir fares to Detroit, Mich., Niagara Falls, and other Lake resorts. ' Daily low Tourst. fares to Winona Lake, Wawasee, Tippecanoe and other lakes in northern Indiana. Low far excursions to Toledo, Ohio,' commencing Saturday, July 9th, and each Saturday until Sept. 3rd, 1921 via the Clover Leaf rail-road. For further information ask Loval Agent or write Traffic Depart ment, Anderson, Indiana. UNION TRACTION COMPANY : OF INDIANA , ' announcement of the marriage of her in Fairmount Saturday evening, son Robert to Miss Margie McEntosh, I " ot Nevr York City. Miss McEntosh ' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weyler and ; is a teacher1 ot Art in the New York family entertained as their Sunday ; schools. The vounif eonnle were mar. evening guests. Misses Myrtle Smith ' S It... limli nf ft T enrl JnaVAjk RnrV nt Blnfffftn AflSS Mnvu tit v i i v vnuivn uui uauj Vf L . ' v ... .. . -u..., - ! ! IaiikIm .Ttilv Tt n ).Awa Mcr1 Smith of tbi Ttrnard uywiuvcf v j v . j . living - - - v ! to their friends at 156 Shsrman Ave., Fowler of Fulton, Raymond Robinson and Morris Pernod. i V

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