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TIIE FAIUT-OUNT NEWS MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Sughroe The Boy Knows His Arithmetic s s x VSfy a . 7 1 1 jfM I -UES DVOWrC UNOE P4J ? j i S ViU OV, TO nUR POSr , S, r,b TV- g vOOK LETTER I 1 ) ' ftft-,vvs ! ofrce kwo gfc us vOVft 7 guoua chough . A are l ( so took we -tuo cewr J Ql ti&at 8 i G,vs ka b 1 rc&Srl0" jj rn cewr stamps I STAWS JSfe I h quick JsT !j k rO NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS key, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Titus spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J?ff Titus. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Titus were afternoon callers. Ice cream and watermelon were enjoyed in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alsria Hollowell and NEW MULBERRY The committees of the Jefferson Township Agricultural association held a meeting: at the home of Mark Richards Saturday evening. Jeffersonville friends hare been the guests of Mrs. Olive Kibbey this week. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Witt and children of Lebanon, were the guests of Doxey Miller and family this week. Frank Hamilton and family were the guests of Harvey Richards and family Saturday. Miss Clara Oram teas the guest of Miss Crystal Williams Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dean and family of Munci?, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean of Indianapolis, attended the Wilson reunion held at the home of Burr Wilson Sunday. Mrs. Lemon Carter entertained the Aid of the M. E. church of Matthews Friday evening. OBITUARY Phlox, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ault and family of Bethel and Mrs. Warren Hiatt and baby of Greentown. Miss Irenes Thompson returned home Satdrday evening after a week's visit with relatives at Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Reveire Smith and son Charl?s Edward are staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Shoemaker at Geneva, Intl., and are doing the work while Mr. Shoemaker and family are visiting relatives in Michigan. Mrs. Lata Todd and daughter Bertha, Mrs. Eva Todd and children Marie, Mildred and Xen, Mrs. Stella Thompson, Miss Jeanette Edwards and Martha Hughes spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lucy Tygart and daughter Gladys. Mr. and Mrs. Art Comer and chil-dr?n visited Sunday with relatives at Greentown. Mr. and Mrs.'Jaeob Steirs had as their guests at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Yale and Mr. and Mrs," Rav Van Ness and daughter ! Hettie Louise. "w r. and Mrs. Elmer Cnamness'vis- . .Mr. Tom Sap and daughter Marie of Cincinnati, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harrison en tertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Metcalf and Mr. Hinton Daw son of Dayton, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kibbey. They spent the fretting and eating ice cream. day Harrold Leach is on the sick list. Raymond Robertson ahd his father, George Robertson, left Monday for Wilson Lake, where they will spend several days. LEISURE Mrs. Emma Rybolt is spending the week with her sister-in-law of near Ehvood, Mrs. John Hughes. The threshing men of the Norwell neighborhood settled up Friday in Bert Leisure's woods and ice cream, cake, water melon and bananas were served to the men and their families. Miss Iavon Hughes of near Gas City is spending the week with her father and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ctef-tie Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart called on Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Yentmeyer have been spending several niehts with Mr. Yentmeyer's father, Enos Yentmeyer, of Elwood. He is not so well again. Mr. and Mrs. Cleftie Hughes and m ft Tk m i r ence Mart of this place, .Mrs. John , t,. ni t,i nf mr p;. ' ' k fini A' a. 9 . - v v v . ur, ami iurs. City and Rev. and Mrs. Frank, -r and chiidren of ner Back Cwk and M!ss Gladys Tygart of n .. . , i r i near ttaaiey iook cjunaay ainner wun i Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Todd and chil- William A. Miller. I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith and William Andrew Miller, son of daughter Madeline of Gas City and Frank and Martha Miller, was born Mr. and Mrs. Leath Smith and dauphin Rush county, Indiana, Oct.6, 1S51, ' ter Deloras Irene were guests Wed-and passxi over the Great Divide Aug. ' nesdav of Mr. and Mrs. Ananias 10, 1921, age 64 years, 10 months, A Smith. days. He came from a family of fivr m;cs Orpha Wilson, who is well boys and two girls, Charles, Frank known in this community was married and Miss iAVOn Hughes of near dren Paul and Bertha of near Rad- J home and won for herself an endur-ley. ing place in the esteem of tha com- Litle James Fraxier of Elwood is j munity by her ever readiness to help spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. ! those with whom she came in contact. Delbert Yentmever. " . Little Martha Hughes has returned , home alter spenamg several weens with her granclmotner. Mrs. L.ita loan : of near Radlev. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart called n the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.K r.iKn f.mllv hold thr nnniinl . . ... . ..... ; , ie V e ! Mr and Mrs. Lewis Steers were : puests at dinner last W edrrcsday of ! - nn.1 T Jaivih Stii- . .. .r.. ,rlrs' t ea? ",w" Pen,rriaf5 p.iternoon wun ner parenis, mr. uu Mrs. John Hilton at Hackleman. Mr. Hilton is seriouslv ill. tr. and Mrs. James Tvcfart si?nt gunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. str Hucrnev near jonesooro. i Mrs. Mate steirs and Mrs. Maggie ' Steirs spent Wednesday aftarnocn ;with Mrs. Orlie Evans. GkANT Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Payne entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wessie Payne and daughter Martha Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hannon and son Phillip. Mrs. Lijtzie Rush and mother, Mrs. Barclay Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Charl?V Price spent Sundav afternoon , with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood. Zella Lewis snent Tuesday after- ! w-v w iioon with Lora Keeaer. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson and jln anj Mrs. Guy Johnson spent R,in,lav with Mr. Dan Johnson and tavhterMrs. Dessie Roberts. Vfre , Joe Loach is. improving after, neci Sunday wun nr ana iurs. usonjdon , m. Mart of near RadVy Thursday, fj RIGDON H I! il OBITUARr. Levi Dawson Fuller was born :m Blackford county, Indiana, Jan. 23. 1843. His parents were Amanuel an Ellen Dawson Fuller. He was one of nine children, six of whom have preceded him to the grave. Two brothers and one sister survive, they are George W. of Crawford-sville, James L. of Arkansas City, Ark., Margaret H. of Albany, Ind. At an early day to parents settled in Blackford county. Ind. In the year 1852 they moved t Delaware county. About twenty years ago he moved to Martin county where he resided for about twelve year when he came to the vicinity of Fair-mount where he remained until tbt end of his earthly pilgrimage which came Aug. 11, 1921, at ths age of ' years, 7 months, and 15 days. In the year 1865 Mr. Fuller was married t Elizabeth B. Woodring. To this xr-ion six children were given. Thr are now deceased, Margaret A., Maltha E., and George W. The survirrnr ones are Lydia P., Mary J., and I.jvHa, B. He was a member cf Company vT. 134th Indiana Vot.Vi.er Infantry. Early in life he was converted united with the Methodist Episcop:C church, in which he reah:c-d until t1!-end. He died trijnrlirit in the fuB assurance of the fai.h. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS, FALL TERM OPENING WEEK Aug. 24 to Sept. 6 DAY AND NIGHT Call at the school, write or telephone for BUDGET OF INFORMATION Marion Business College Phone 2060 Marion, Indiana mm; Eyes Tested, ( lasses Fit-j ted by State Uegistered j OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical Suth Side Sana re Marion DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Heats 8 to 11:30 a. n, 1 to 5 p- E. B. COUOi DENTIST Rooms over Ilahne Drug Storo OSce hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to f AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. -Call at my expense, Phone 2. am. 09 a V. DICKERSOTI "" FRANK REIiTH AUCTX0N2 FAEI3 AK3 CTOC SALC3 A C7CCIA1.7T -Fhono itZU Cowte 9, Tcrkm,4 Tf strictly clean county fair that is to be given in Marion in October. A resolution was passed and given to Mr. Tippey to convey to the members of the fair association board, stating that this jfroup of farmers insisted on a strictly clean fair this year, and assuring the board that ample support would be given the fair should be conducted ulong the lines stated. J. O. James presented the pig clu.j work that s going on in the county. Lin Wilson then sr rested that plans be made for a similar get together for next year but on a much broader and larger scale. The plan is to include every breeder of purebred live stock in the entire county. The new movement is to be known as The Breeders of Pure-Bred Live Stock of Grant County. Officers and directors of this movement were elected as follows: Lin Wilson, President; Rene Jones, secretary; Leonard Littl-3, Frank Tippey, Emery Carter, Joe Armstrony, Wick Leach. Ten gallons of ice cream wera then served and everyone ate his fill and went away in good spirits. Mrs. John Stone is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMannis in Gas City Thursday. Elmer Holloway, who has been in Fairmount on account of the serious condition of his sisbsr, Mrs. Ella Buehtel. will return to his home in Knightstown today. Zim Payne of the Flanagan dry goods company is enjoying a vacation this wesk at Webster Lake. With him are his son, Dr. Payne of Cin-cinnati and Ellsbury Payne. J FOR SALE FOR SALE Pure strain Jersey bulls and cows. Write, J. F. Tomlinson, Sle?py Hollow Farm, Logansport, Indiana. FOR SALE OR RENT Property on Morton street. Eri Rich. j FOR SALE Young chickens. Phone 99. 1 FOR SALE Parties wanting Rye for , seed, sea us before we ship out what ' we have. A. A. Ulery & Co. I FOR SALE Shetland pony, buggy, harness and saddle. Call 201 or 20. FOR SALE Grapes. 213-2. Phona Black FOR SALF, Indiana Fourth-vein ' lump coal on track $6.25 this ( ' week. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR SALE Seven room cottage, elec trie lights, city water, sewer connections, barn, coal shed and four lots. Buildings in good repair. Price, $1500. 302 West 8th, St, phone 255 FOR SALE Grapes, blue plums and apples. Milton T. Cox, Phone 2732 Red, FOR SALE Down comes Saginaw non-hardening Salt. Now $3.00 per barrel, 100 lb sacks $1.00, 50 lb., sacks 55c. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR SALE An Phone 86. electric washer. FOR SALE Cheap, Detroit wickless six-hole oil range. Phone 64-1 Red WANTFO WANTED To buy good second-hand base burner. Will A. Taylor, Fairmount NOrs. FARM LOANS If yon want to borrow money on your farm, see O. R. Scott, Fairmount, Ind. KISCnLLANTOUS TEN DOLLARS KSWARD For in formation that will lead to arrest and conviction of parties who raided watameSoa patch , of Erastus 1 1 11 ' ii i i i i family, Mr. and Mrs. Elster Hiatt and Tamily Mr. and Mrs. William Milter and family spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brattain. RADLEY Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leer and daughter Kathleen spent Sunday evening with Mr. and iMrs. Frank John and 1 family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox and daughters wers the guests Sunday of Mr. knd Mrs. Burl Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline. Mrs. Laura James and Miss Marie Worline spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. thas Troyer east of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Art Comer and family spent Saturday night and Sunday visiting relatives in Russiaville and Kokomo. Walter Overman of Kokomo called on Charles James Sunday afternoon, j Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigmore spent the first of last week in southern In- j diana. Mr. and Mrs. Art Comer attended ; the funeral of Mr. Corner's grand mother. Mrs. Hannah Bogue at Green- town Friday. Mrs. Bogue was said . civil Avar Her hus- widow of Howard county t : i- n nr vni.int.aT CII . B-Al I IVVlll 0 111 V X. CS v -.'iwv-..b.u nd fell in the battle of Buffalo Mt. na., Dec. 13, 1861. Loft with two small children, Mrs. Bogue worked in home and field of the neighborhood in . ..... - . order to keen her mile iamuy togetn er. She not only did thU but won Mr. and Mrs. Clarence blliott and t;.j-i. o tJZ w ' -'.v,iT3i .X;V V.. ,lvv"v " :- painted and is being given a thorough ding m V1CW of the P?n,ng WCek reunion Sunday on the Radley I school house lawn. Mrs. Pearlie Elliott who has been ill for the past fow weeks called to see her father, Mr. John Hilton, who is seriously ill, Saturday evening. Paul and Vergia Elliott spent Saturday night in Kokomo. Mrs. Anna Howell is rpeniing this week cariner for her little granddaughter, Alice Darline Relfe. Little Alice Oarlin? is the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ozs Relfe of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline are keeping house for Mr. and Mrs. George Sterrenbeore. Mr. and Mrs. Sterren- berg are visiting relatives . llunois. Sunday school at Center Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. SWINE BREEDERS ANNUAL PICNIC EVENT HELD IN GROVE AT LIN WILSON'S HOME TUESDAY MOST ENJOYABLE ONE Large Attendance, Big Dinner and Plenty of Amusement Interesting Talks Given By Prominent Speakers Next Year's Event to be Broadened In Its Scope. Thd first annual picnic of the Grant County Pure Swine Breeders association, held 'Tuesday in the beautiful grove at the Lin Wilson home; north of Fairmount, was not only one of the most enjoyable picnics ever held in the country, but a decided success in every way. During the forenoon the large crowd enjoyed itself with ten nis, croquet and horse shoe pitching, and at the noon hour a sumptions dinner was served. After dinner i.. B. Brewer took charge of the program, which included a number of most interesting talks. The first talk was given by William M. Jones. Mr. Jones pointed out the great amount of good that can be derived from such gatherings, and expressed the hope that every community would have at least one set-together meeting each year. Robert A. Morris told some amusing stories that 'were hugely appreciated by all, and also pointed oat the benefits In a business sense that could be derived from meetings of this kind, Wessie Payne gavea ftne talk on pure fcred stock,- followed by Prank lTTrpay with aa interesting taEc in being ill a few days. i tnn. Rev. Tettoe preached his last ser-! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller and mon at Pleasant Grove last Tuesday, daughters, Marjorie Laron and Gxr-Mrs. G xrge Robertson, daughter ! gia Ruth Pickard, Clyde Miller and Berniece and son Fred, spent part of Miss Nellie Davis and -Rev. and Mrs. last week at Wilson lake near Colum- i S. F. Harter, returned Saturday even-bia City. ' irp, having spent a week's vacation Mr. and Mrs. Everett Covalt and at Tippicanoe Lake. All parties re-Mr. and Mrs. Crouse attended the Gib- , port a fin time. son reunion held at Radley. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barton are the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook of Gas ( parents of a baby daughter, born Sun-City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ! day. Psrry Wood. The afternoon callers Mr. and Mrs. Murley Grimm teft were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kelsay of Monday for a few days visit with the Alexandria. ! laUer's sister in Tennessee. The Sewing Club met at Gladys A great deal of interest is being Leach's last week. All enjoyed ice shown and large crowds are in attend-cream, lemonade and cake. They will : ance at the revival services at Lei-meet at the honM of Carmella Dicker- j sure. son next Friday evening. j A good crowd attended the band and John Miller, Mrs. L I i V- ViZ f ,V,V p receoding him in death. un Juiy iijs ne was um . . . , s i mamap io Vww', this umon were born five thildm Mrs. Ira Corn of Muncie, Mrs. John TW.x rf KMtim'inilTlt- Artie Inu LTOxeV r .: " r t ?1,ll,tr ,M"r: "Yr- JT Leslie lit 01 utriiivii, iit K"- j ceeding him about eighteen months j ago. . j Th-r lived on a farm east of Fair-1 mount about thirty-seven years, j his home with his children being at artpr tne aeatn 01 nis nue ne mauc , the horn? of his daughter in tairmount t the time of his death. He told his friends that his time on this earth was .vw. ! m readv to meet" SUVl I . ' VI w-u.u ..... . I mr nI in rpflfe." He bors his sick- ( ness with patience and trusted his f ( Saviour to the end. The funeral was . U held at the M. P. church at Fowlerton with Rev. Janrs Rector in charge. Burial was made at Matthews. A dear one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still; There is a vacancy in our homes, That never can be filled. M j !' j . . COMMUNITY ITEMS " - j Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and chil- J Arn Paul and Bertha, had as th:.r i euets at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clcft'e Huehes and chiUlren .Marina V?ftl v fc and Herschel, and Mr. and Mrs. t lar-enc Mart of leisure, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd, Mrs. John Lawson and Misb Garnot Day of Rigdon, Rev. and Mrs. Frank Edwards and children Irene, Jeanette and Frances of Back Creok, Mi" Lavonne Hushes of near Jores-boro and Miss Gladys Tygart. Ice cream ?nd mushmelons were served in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Bmokshire and baby spent Saturday night and Sundav with relatives at Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Oz Relfe of Fairmount are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Mondav. the little Miss weighs 12 pounds. Mrs. Relfe was formerly M;s Corean Howell of this place. Miss Sarh Mart is working for Mrs, Orlt- Evans. , w-r tA Mm. Rav Van Ness and daughter Hettie Louise, attended the: O. A. Keirstead sale near tsacic ltwk Monday. , Miss Mary Nesbitt is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brookshire spent Sunday afternoon with the tatter's father" near Little Ridge, who remains in very poor health. Art Singleton of Fairmount spent Saturdav night and Sunday with Dewey Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Ness wi!l move soon to the Kierstead farm near Back Creek which thsy have rented. Miss Jeanette Edwards of Back Creek snent the week-end with Miss Gladys Tvgart. Mis Mildred Todd was a gurst at dinner Sundav of Misses Virginia and Francis Nesbitt. Mrs. Margie Parker ana son Kob- ert of Marion were pest at dinner Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steirs. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and dauehter Irene and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and son Xen, wtw guests Sunday afternoon of Chuo Johns atsd .J Mi- r.imin Newhnuse. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Shoemaker of Geneva; Ind., motored to this plac last Wednesday and spent th night wilh the litter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ananias Smith. . , Ur. and lira. Elmer Chamness had as their dinner gwesta" Monday, Mr. aad Mrs. m Kenworthy of Rkh-tnend. Urs. Ilary Kenworthy and CacsUer KiM and ton Addison af I7WV J'T. r j J'n. TTUrsaniatt td W .. L Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blair entertained I concert last Wednesday evening. An-Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hickham of other one will be held on Wednesday Hackleman. Messrs Clyde, Carl, Jorj, ! evening of this week. The Lad.-s, Aid society of the M. E. church will have an all day meeting with Mrs. M. E. Bicknell of Elwood, Wednesdav Aug. 17. All members are requested to bring two or three articles of fod. also needle and thim- k ft.. 1 o;3s. A good attenaancc is aesireo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day and daugh- ter Bess, Mr. and Mrs. Pony Parsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Guv Bavless and 'two sons returned Sunday evening from northern Michigan on a fishing Mrs. Lawrence Spitxmesser, "who ; has been in the hospital at Elwood for ) a couple of weeks is not improving vary rapidly. Mrs. Lawrence McTuman and children, Mr. Perry McQintoek, Mrs. Gertrude Dickey left Tuesday for Winona Lake for a few days. Several from this community at- tended the Muncie fair last week. ; Hill Sunday evening. Mrs. Gertrude Hill is sewing for Mrs. W. M. Markle this week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Bayless and family of Huntington are spending this week at Lake Webster. Mrs. Jane Bayless is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Cooper of Fair- mount spent last week at this place. Mrs. Cooper kept store while Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day spent the' week- at Crooked Lake in Michigan. The Ladies Aid Society mot d to Elwood. Wednesday and spent the afternoon with Mrs. Meredith Bicknell. Milton and Mildred Waymire gave 4 party at their home . last Friday evenmg. The eventa? was spent in ; music and games. Kefreshmenta of were C7T4 to 2-. fcrj Urs. Ciki" IT arl ixcztttt Dorothy, r-Lzl L j and Eilier Fox of Hartford City. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rich and Mrs. Ed Steelman spent Thursday shopping in Marion. Several from this neighborhood spent Sunday at the Leach reunion held at Fowlerton. . Mr. and Mrs. John Butter and Mrs. Esom Smith, daughters Merle and Hazel and son William, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Albert;' Mr. and Mrs. Dalphne Dickey and Little and daughter Zola. J children Herbert and Harrold, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Payne en- j and Mrs. Clester Dickey and son tertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs.- Zim Lloyd called on Mr. and Mrs. Marion Payne and son Clyde, who Is home from Cincinnati. O., and Mr. Sherman a friend of Clyde. Rev. W. C Harbury of Marion, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mrs. Alma Golladay spent Wednes Dickerson. day night of last week with her aunt, Mrs. James Thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beuoy spent last Friday night with her mother, Mrs. jvnay uann. Ir Py spent Sunday with Car- melU Dickerson. Kelsay Blah spent the week-end with a school mate in Pendleton, Guy Williams. V?TTTJZl H in POo health. Mrs. Jo Hannon is imnmin . The farmers are opening and be-in- ninr to pick in the tomato fieU this "Y ; tVs r'taic held YTedneoiay at hcc lk hataUJ est tha amara of ity were wcrklnj tst a Ct3 cat V V r t .