The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 25, 1921 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 25, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Fairmount, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 25, 1921
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

ft THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Around Town MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Sughroe " Western NmrcrT lwwi rr n So was. vkn gova& t:o avsv George Avmavi kamg a heo KAtM KKMC UVKN SOAfc. uua cakas. tb vsr ) J' , OPP tU' LOT. VJNWEO 1U UVSSrilr rAt j E)EU fcN MKVJU' AXOU Of J IU tOVWVA TVV OAMG VMOt. RGHT i l PA' i c i tit aknvicu, ia ,r . ,r t-ii n , . Mr. and Mrs. ill Todd and daugrh- and cluldin Marie. Nhlurl ard Xen and Mr. and Mrs. James Typart and Mrs. Charles Case c.f Marion, has j been spending several days with Mrs. El! m. Smith. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houser of . it.rin ont TV. i o - uxonina- -ifVi i Mr. nd Mrs. Wilbur Wimmer. I "UB. JONES' VMEU HE fcUN GOT Of AJL j ' I ', NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ! . COMMUNITY ITEMS ..daughter Gladys, motor-.vl to Saiato-j Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kimbrough and ga. Ind., Sunday and spent a delight- . daughter Miss Maud, had as their ful day at the home of Mr. and Mrs., dinner guests Friday, Mrs. Charity C. E. Hamilton. ja. b.ukmp's KlUJU' K MVyfc. SCALED irU)UU OLE &UT 0DKif U. t i r tt x tt ! Mrs. Austin Jackson, Mrs. Kate Hues- ' ion attenaea ine uavis-wnnams re- union Sunday at Mounds ftt I Anderson. Mrs. Gertrude Hill served water-' ing: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Markle, Rev. and Mrs. Harter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day and daughter Bess. Miss Cora Marine of near Upland visited friends in this vicinity last week. A chicken frv will be H?ld Thurs day evening at the home of Sir. and Mrs. Roscoe Stookey. The public is I invited to attend.- Everyone is sup-' posed to bring their own chicken, bread and butter. LEISURE You ara invited to the Evangelistic services now in progress at the Harmony Christian church here. Miss Martha Hughes of this place and Miss Lavon Hughes of near Jonesboro, spent Thursday with Mrs. Clarence Mart. Wm. Todd and daughter Bertha, of near Radley called on Mr. and Mrs. Cleftie Hughes Monday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Leisure and children were Marion shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart ent r- mined Wednesdav t'vrnino- Mr. and mvs. Ira Kybolt and children Joyce and Emma Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rybolt all of near Rigdon r.nd Miss Ruth Cooper of Fairmount. M. nr.d Mr?, frank Hinds of n?ar Miss Lavon Husrhes of near Jones boro, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs ,Wa!ter Hutchinson and family. Master Forest Nash, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lnwrenc.-? Nash, fell out of a of wvssglF AP9EAOAUee, ,St XVV SOkiDAN SCHOOL. VMiMie SViMtEGeOB. SAMS V ktO OEfVtU OP tW OAR.U -tUV4r IT" j w r. . and Mrs. Ed Crouse and son spent luesaay aitemoon wnn sirs, ueorge ( Robertson and daughter Berni-?ce. Mrs. Dave Whybrew, Mrs. Nancy Wood, Mrs. Elsie Little and daughter Zola, called Tuesday afternoon on Wessie Lewis. Several from this neighborhood at-tendedthe Baptist Association held at Harmony near Matthews Sunday. Morris Clark of Lynn is spending Several days with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Osborn. Mrs. Mattie Caskey arrived Tuesday from California with h?r aged father. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rich took the former's father to Marion for an examination of his ankle, which was broken some time ago and now is healing as well as can be expected. POINT ISABEL II The funeral service of Mrs. Alta Trowbridgs, wife of Thomas Trowbridge, was conducted at this place S4unday morning. Mrs. -Trowbridge had been suffering for several months with tuberculosis. She is survived by the husband and five children. Burial was made in Knox Chapel cemetery. The ice cram supper and musical entertainment last Thursday evcivnt was well attenawi. An orcnesira from Marion was a feature of the evening Mrs Ross Lichtfoot of Minnesota, here Mondav t see her arrival Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Hipcs a net son . , . . . -... . . 1 , r : Ulen Mrs. r.ucn u.prs am, Kctith llipes 01 Koyai e.-nier, uuk ounnay uimT im .n. mm Sherman llipes and family. The No. r school reunion of Green ;i township will be held in the Fleer. ?r -i Sunday. Aucust 28. All form- " V. 1 ri 1 j Harvev. Mrs. larr Shadachre and Frank" Harvev all of Harvesburg, O., Mr. and Mrs Charles Burgan and Ilsrshel Jones of Fairmcnnt, Mrs. J. M. Wright and daughter Lucile and Mrs. Ethel Rich and daughter Gen- eive. ci Jonesdoro, -nr. ana irs. B. Kimbroueh and children Bemice r,A riark- nf Dunkirk. Miss KimKuch and John and Zack Kim- breueh. t 7,;e,vMr?- Poarhe EtIl t irJ,ftogn Mrs Everet Jones received a tele-Alhe ergia were guests Monday afternoon ,ast week that her FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mr. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Paul Barkdull and John Payne spent Saturday nsht with Paul Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Shoemaker and children of Geneva, Ind., spent Sun- jrtay night with Mr. and Mrs. Ananias Smith, thev were accompanied by Mr. anJ jj Reviere Smlh an son ndin e f k t Q,t, Mr?s Beatries Mart is stavinir at the home of her aunt Jn Marion and is rkinp at the shoe factory, , Mn and Mts WUI Todd and daugh. ter Bertha and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd of Rigdon left Tuesday morning for a few days visit with relatives in Rush county, K?v. Franjt Edwards will preach farewell sermon at this place next i o i l.1. . sister, Doris, had passed away at the home of h?r parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frantx in Mississippi. She had been in poor health for some time but her death was not expected so soon. They moved from Fairmount to their present location a few months ago and have many friends who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the be-i reaved relatives. Mrs. Eva Todd and daughter Marie, spent Jone afternoon recently vfth Mr?. Leslie N sbitt and dnuchter Mary. Miss Dorothy Wimmer delightfully enr?riainea ine memoers oi ner cun-; ''ay school class Wednesday evening, : the time being spent in piaymg games : a?nl music on the Edison and piano were enjoyd. Refreshments of ice - Tvcart. Faul Elliott will leave Thursday J .... 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ior jiicnican nere ne u. speiui , xew wccks xo escape nay lexer. ' i I . . ii ' Canning Factorv News labelie Winnan, Edith Hav?ns, Elsie Ti e Fo.w'.eit.n racking Co., cpjned Lee. Rhoda Helm?. Messrs Willard un Wednesday iwcn for a short run Conipten, Carter Helms. Burl Win-to trv cui the row pooling machines, nan, Stewart Murray. Robert Lees, The eouirment is in fine shape nd Chester Smith, Byron Duling, How- 1 1 1 . . A T . . , T . T-l 1. Mrs. i?arv Hiatt of Garv, came Sat- - d k ' n ' Kad ev called on the former's mother to attend Bible conference. urdav to visit relatives for a week. ,Uvy .J10?,"-? ,JT- Bksh I h,as bee" qUlte 1,1 suffer,nS ; Mrs. J. O. Hind? Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. White ley erster- She Vas a guet of her sister. Mrs. U?,rrV1, lildr! Vy,Vire' Sf--h " C ! ,h,umat'?n!- . , . ' Mr. and Mrs. Pete Urtle called on tained for Sunday dinner Messrs W ?Helm Saturdav nicht am Sunl M'holand, and Dorothy "nier, Several from here " Mr. and Mrs. Charley Urtle and fam- Deny and Arthur Window and Paul dVv J M,sr-f CJarM Cn ,Mu.reI CtnJfr. band concert at Swayzee last Thurs- F M evcnine L whiteley. Afternoon ami evening Clarenc3 Folin of Par.k McCombs Harrold Com ?r, gr- day evemng : 'deftie Iluuhes was a Fairmount callers wer' Mrs. J. E -Thurston an.i Fort Wavne. were pucste of Elder 5. ' "arroW Clarence Mason. Ed-1 Carl Hamilton met with an accident , d daughter. Marie, of Alexandria and L. Fonl and fanitlv S?.tur,lav nieht. , ?ar;! Norn,an MaSOn : ast oek and is suffering with a bad- j gev?ral p1ace attcnded the Mr an,, Mrs. John A. Paint,r. Mr and Mr A. B. Tuine and Mr. TriV- " immep' , . ,r . . l.v mashed han-ll. funeral of Enos Zentmeyer ' which There was a good attendance at ith Tu Mis Irn.jparJe Case of Marion, is; Miss Cora Manne of Upland snent , ,a Windfall Suntiay after. choir prnctice last Friday night at ;'l"u- .;' -.40. spending a few days with Miss Gladys , Inst week visiting Miss Garnet Flee- ,.unrrl. of Mrs. Stella Thompson and daugh ter Irene .ird Wright, Lloyd Helms, ii.?. Virtil Duling, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ileims. .vr. an-1 .Mrs. wm. jarvis. Miss Lacy Leach returned home Friday after a few days visit with her uncle, Mark Payne at Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wood, who returned he ok" from a ten day outing at p Wawasee Lak were Friday night p.nd Saturday morning guests of John, ! Loach and family. 31r. and Mrs. W. A. Helms, Rhexla r.nd Lloyd , Helms and Mrs. Mary Hiatt attenderl the Carter-Heal reunion Sunday held in the Heavilin grevne. Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Partridge and smis, Myron and Frank, who have been in Grand Rapids, Ohio, for the past two weeks returned to their home Mrs. Lulu Diekerson and children. t v ix.l Mr Willard Dickprsnn. called on Mr. and Mrs. Jot Fowler of jOR?sKro, who are both seriously ill. ' jlr Fow'er has been blind for eicht vears anj Mrs. Fowl?r is suffering . i i i i rt 1 A11U 1 riKtldl i ; j i : i i ! P with the excepuon of a f.'w avljust- m.it ti tv.ake evervthin-r is in coed runr.irg ervle ir TTnisdav was a ful TTt... v.-l -l ful! dav's run and a part of Friday. Promises are good for several days Gr.s n in charge. Burial was maoe in I. O. O. F. cemetery at Matihews. w. c t. r. Tl-.e hospitable home of the mothers superintendent, Mrs. Ruth Smith, was orer.ed to the public Thursday afternoon. Meeting was openel by sir.sing. "Help Somebody Today." S'rioT-jre reading by Mrs. Ollie DuV inc fol'.wev! bv praj-er by Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. Dickcrscn. Roll call was answered by scripture texts. Piano soo. Miss Margaret Mahoney: imitation. Kathleen Dickerson; piano duett, Oren Atkinsen and Lavonne Stee'man, trio. Evalyn Smith, Mar-"rie CasV v and Margaret Allen; riiano solo. Vera Jones. Mrs. Mattie Commack Gibson of Jonesboro, gave the princiral address of the afJ- noon. With the many gHd things she ; said she especially urged the women to study the proposeAl amendment run this week. ntb f Mr IJ H nickeron vrt R 1 D'ct":n S Kn ikfr evei weeks in I Wl e VVb-A dni nriar t K home n Fi! Fov orton JSunda A 21, Ibor-' - bV-re rcon Fu-ertil ser-: vV: Wo iT-'V-ied at thM. T w wtw v- .J.i at ..e ;i- - , ALLOV4S viAeV4 Tlle farmers meeting: fit Center Monday night was well attended a good program was rendered. Mr. unit Mr Wnlf- CI crn arA children visited tF.ur.day with Mr. and Mrs. FraTlk Sheedy'and family LITTLE RIDGE .11 Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the pulpit at Little Ridge, last Sabbath Prof. Otto Hafts tey sufperintenent tof city schools of NileH, Mich., oe-companied by his wife and baby are visiting at the heme of hi a sister, Mrs. Etta Doherty. Prayer meeting will be held this Thursday svening at the home of Mr. J. B. Whiteley with Hiram Harvey as leader. Hebrew 9th chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Doherty and family, Mr. Sylvester Haisley and Mrs. Etta Doherty were entertained fo dinnar last Sabbath at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rock Stuckey. Mr. and Mrs. Gler.n A. Harrold attended services at Second Friends church, Marion, last Sallat.h and were entertained for dinner at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Feustcmaker. Mrs. Kittie S.tuckey and Mrs. EttA Doherty attended a fam;ly reunion in Muncie last Thursdav. Mr. D. C. Whiteley of SummitviVe is spending the week with his son, J. 1. Whiteley. Mrs. Denny Winslov who has been spending the past wek with her daughter, Mrs. Marion JrfTeries of Newcastle returned homs Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wm. War ; has gone to inona. Mr. and Mrs. Clau!3 Wood of Chi cago were over Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood and attended services at Little. Ridge Sabbath morning. sons Clyde and Loron visited Wed- resday in Mai ion with brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Caldwell's Edwnr;! Cr. id- well. Paul L. Whiteley. who lias l.o?n attending Chicago university, who was ?" ov" ?un,,a ue?f ,hl"s Pre". Mr- and Mrs. J. ? Whiteley returned to unicac:o luesaay morning trom there he will go to Central City, Neb,, when he will again be engaged in teaching in the colleg there. REUNIONS The second annual Thurston reunion will held Wednesday, Aug, 31, in Beulah Park, Alexandria. AH persons knowing tharr .selves eligible to be there are invited. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C C. FARIS and " Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical fotfc Sid Semare Slarion DR. C L, FENTON; Dentist 2 -X-RAY- Rooms over Postoffice lifters 8 to 11:30 a. n. 1 to 5 . xa FRANK REUFE . AUCTIONES3 FARU AND STOCK SALE3 A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9. Marion, Indiana Call na at wr ei V swing Monday and broke his left Mr. and Mrs. J. B Whiteley enter-arm, tained for supper Mondiv evening, Mr. ani Mrs. Sidney Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and family daughters, Hazel and Opal entertain- cf SummitvilV ed Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel at- ,,n. Mr T w rsbb.voll fn,i Ml . ' -1 r.. .,...1 At,-o William A Imvi .ind.cr i:UDiis. teachers, and trustees are and -IS - C i I ejHuehes am dauchter lavon of near family entertained Sunday, Mr. and I'll , .v.l'l .-.- ..ii.t...i. ... - 1 Mrs. David Lewis and son Cliff. Oris . iirs. iun !u urvi5 aim O'vn vuu. vno.. Haitt was the afternoon call?r. J Rev. F. B. Rhoads is the new t'..i T-,t ctr-rwa rVinrrli who .i T?av. Toltr.0 Pv Rhrvn.U v - v . . " 1 v v . - - . ......... will preach his irst sermon next Sun- ay morr.mtr. PvoriTnri ie rr l-rl i n 11 . invited. IT V. P.-vro snont last week at W?bster Lake with Zim Pavne, Clyde , Mrs. Alma llipes. Pavne ar.l h's friend Dr. S.herman of I Oliver Huston made a business trip! Cincinnati. It. E. Payne returned . to Summitville Monday. n, 'II home Surdav- evening. Miss Garr-t Fleener, Mr. den -j Last Wednesday" morning Mr.'Sheedy and Everett Leach man snent . . f " tr , 1 c 1 ...IfU Mice Ivnt n that thev m'cht vote intelligently ae.j, Caneer of the stomach. r.y t,witi, Caneer of the stomach. virpii Duling and family, Solemn Duling and wife, Mrs. Emma Nose, Harrv Wricht and family motored to . ormsman, 1 university, ! t the how. i Crouse and Stutsman, rn xrert irom rmraue mcf tlTrt fnilnvin nmn o . . 1 e or .ir. ana .irs. r.a explained how to cull j r"ur iwn h.ns,: Mrs. Ava Dick Mrs. Anna . . - . . erson. :ts. tiuoert Dean.lsnc.it last wcck visum ami. - . . r.i ; it; n ) f ... ili. - . , . . hHeel baskets. ...... . Misses Edith Fleener and r crn Messr Dale Dickey Messrs Ixtwell Cochran and motored to Winona rec-, entlv and sn.Mit the day visiting Miss . , - ,. Lenna McClmnock who is attending school there. Miss Jennie Lane and two daugh- tors nf El wood snent last rriday wnn oumiay f-'s ..mi I ooner of r aimiount, ' i TP 1 1 f ITnimnllllf anil tir. rn-u mfrs i.. r.n i..v.....v 1 Miss Edith Hipcs ot Koyai iemer. airs, csnerman mi'v un ihi.. Mr. and Mrs. Algie iiouow?u, .Mr. RIGDON - : j Xnc pochaTitas Lodge of this place nrW R union Sunday at the home hip dinner was served at the noon hour. . Mrs. Judith McTuman spent the week end visiting h-?r sister, Mrs. Fan Hunter at Elwood. The Red Men order of this place are planning for a social on Tuesday weninff Alter me nusin-?s gi inc 'cordially invited to auena wun ' i r t: 1 1 : ... rUonn M nml ' n 1 ii icn ni son Lieinert. airs, v.eorjre ; Gertrude Robertson and daughter Bernice, Mrs. Mr.. Clifford 'v.fV ! arl Martin and children and Mrs eff 1 Mr M. all of Summitville, Mr H," Mrs. A. C. Norris of Elwood Mr. and rs. Russel tPyir Snd Mrs. James and sons Arthur and , ter took .Sunday dinn?r ith Mr. ana Dunkirk, where thev sp'ent the day .-.u r r. k.,-i vi,io Jesse Richards and familv of Fort rnieel Mr. Simons home, wh-re he . . . t f . 1 accom- was an over nienx. gutsi. oeiore leav- iin Milmn j Mrs. Charity Harvey and son Frank Wavne and Mrs. Mollie Richards of Auburn wore V nday ni-ht guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willail Dickerson. L. P. Simons has returned home from M. P. conference and reports the return of Rev. Elmer Mvers to :. . . . .. . trtf Thu Bnemnir r . Vinson, Mrs. Willie Leach. Mrs. Dot dauehter Zola. Lloyd Smith, Roscoe : R'ch, Lon Hildreth and Mr. Jesse ' Stnleman . . . ! Mrs. Emma Harrison entertained Sunday Carl Mittank and family of . f..i,v. r- sire a hart little n r rf ; n i rs. winreti weuerv. I ' 1 1 . ii. ot:i a.iio. . i v . . w.... . , ; and daughter Mrs. Shiderka and her ; Marion, Herschel Kimes ana iamny mother-in-law, Mrs. Sniderka, of,or MatUiews. The afternoon callers the coming election, tewlerton motn ers alx-a-s enjoy the inspiratio tb! (r.v..i wrman. Meeting closed by singing "Best n tb. Tie Delicious refreshments Nf ice cream and cake were served to j "forty-one. Four new memoers were gainej namely: Mrs. Elisabeth. ; Thorn, rs. Frank Brewer, Mrs. Lrdia Loach and Mrs. Jennie Crawford. Visiting guests were Miss 1 Stella Hardy of Matthews and Mrs. ... it t. t it,j;A i Weslevan News . . 1 1 . 1 . V. A cvhxuv numoer 01 me v. uvc'ion xtthn.liit rhurrh cn - ioved the services at the camp ground Sunday. A picnic dinner was served at the" noon hour with Rev. Carlos Coats ami wife as puests of honor. Rev. Mills has been appoint! pastor f this charge for the ensuing year. Christian Endeavor Meeting The Fowlerton M. P. Christian En deavor society held its regular mon- thly business and social meeting Fri- day evening with Miss Rhoda Helms. Refreshments ot ." alter salad, waf-fers and lemonade were strveel. The social hour was spent in the nature of an automobile tour in which each member formed a part ot the equipment required to complete the trtp. Those present to enjoy this fascinating automobile tour were. Misses Lacy Smith. Sarah Leach, Mary Dul - ing," Viola Compton, Lacy Leach, El - moth-5 n of I UTy . ; ; were Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Flinn Rnd0f anj Mrs. Wayne Hofford. A jonesoum ami sirs, e-.riue iiukiu- pnd cniWr,n Martha and Hcichel of Jonesboro and Mrs. C!eftie Huches this place. Mr anj Mrs Cipftie HUfrhes al u:u i.i u v m m 1 til a l .trim-.! l.ir lamp in t Kairniount Sunday afternoon camp meeting Delbert Zentme4r 'has rented p k Jarvis 80 acVe farm near Rie- . , ut " II r HACKLEMAN Mr. and Mrs. Lawson of Scottsburg spent one day last woek with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Moon, Ray, Lova and Mary Moon and Martha Mae Hastv were Sunday euests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nail and family of ; Marion. i Mrs. Richard Dedecker ent?rtained j 1 her Sunday school class Tuesday af- : I ternoon. ! Mr. and Mrs. James Sheedy and son Herman motored to Manila, Rush 1 I county, Wednesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Sherdy. j Mr. and "Mrs. Sam Kimes and daughter Marv Aenes and Mr. and . Mrs. W. A. Kirnes spent Sunday with 1 Mrs. Fite at Gas City, Mr. and Airs. John Eiber spent Sat- j urday night and Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry iMber. . Mr. and Mrs. Will Dill entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Oda , Newhouse and daughter Nioma and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McBride and ! daughter Juanita of Rush county and two cniiarn nu mr. ijr uaui ter. . Mrs. Mae ,tniey an.ci daughter and Mrs. Sarah Tygarl took dinner Sat- : urday with Mrs. Nettie Eddington. j Mr. Milton Wavmire has returned , home after spending a frw weeks i visiting relatives in Bowling Green, . Ky Mr. John Hilton still remains quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dill and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Banister visited Wednesday with relatives in Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bibbler of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bumside and children were the guests of relatives in Landesville last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wood spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Van Buren. Mr. and Mrs. Timer Comer and family and Mrs. Mark Powers and son Von, attended the Coats and Wright reunion at the park in Kokomo Sun-? Ths workmen oil the tarvia through 1 this plaee, have almost all of the road completed. ( The farmers are 'beginning the tharveatlnv nf fbii tAm'tM. .tui. iptbrnTttU good. ofiSVBv,n Ic cream and cake will be Ohio, have been visiting thair cousins, the Kimbrough's, near Fairmount the last, ten days. They visited with T. J. Kimbrouch and family of near Fowlerton Saturday and Saturday night the latter Mrs. Shiderka visited her sist-r. Mrs. Belle South, of Fair - mount. They all came overland In automobile and attended the Howell ftrhrtnl btrrP-Comin f Sunday and started home by way of N. B. Kim - broutrh's of near Dunkirk Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Swaim and erand-daughter, Sarah Margaret Lightener. of Hartford City and Owen C.. Kimbrouih and Xack Kim- ibrough visited with T. J. Kimbrough land family Thursday. k ... El ri.ari Alien, casnier BANEC 5 Interctt Pad On Time Deposit p -u I w H H' 1 1 - I' daughter of Marion and niece, Miss narrieet otoui oi inaianapons. , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and ! daujrht?r accompanied by Mrs. Esom Rmith and family and Mr. and Mrs. 1 ioht Buller motored to Newcastle ; urraay mornmr to spend the day wntn Mr and Mrs. Earl Ainswprth i i Mtss Celia Frost and Artie Frost ; Mfno1nt Mrs. Ainsworth was form- "s "-ieo rrost ot f airmount. I Miss Artie Frost, who had spent sev er1. with her two sisters accom- , PnM tiw puest back to Fairmount. j V.essie Lewis took worse Sunday an Infection of the toe, caused oy masninp his root several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rich and children spent Sunday with his sister at an Buren. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Buller and family snent Sundav aftftrnnnn -fK I Mrs. Effie Payne and daughter, Mada-Ci j line. KMnV ir;n,M is , . . ; . . i-iiu inn svverai days with his sister, Mrs. Roscoe Rich. LloVd Smith left Mnmli ttMtnM 'Sfc. VIIIIlK i . . " '' ire win sperm ypl days with his aunt. Th sewing rirls met at C;.rPn i Dickerson's last week and all enjoyed iS f.i Vme' nose present were, Zola Underwood, Irene Payne, Mada- Imr?3m' vays Leach and Carmel 1 : "v5iII!on'.Th.e !? wr Je F.v S"10- ami ESLVf rtj T 5b mA Lhe ifn Mdline rayn wxt Frldy evening. -fv J5.iiftrmMi aad children ll Maurice Warner, President FOWLERTON MONEY TALKS, served to the Keci aien ana tneir families. Mr. and Mrs. William Fleer?r, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jeffrey. Mr. and Mrs. Ateia Hollowell and family, Miss Grace Nicholson, Mrs. Gertrude Die - kev, Messrs Carl and Charley curiess snent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Jeffrey. Everyone is invited to attend the band concert each Wednesday evening. What might have bsen a serious accident was narrowly averted Sunday when the two machines driven by Walter Jarvis and Lindell Leisure collided. No one was seriously injured although the occupants were nainfully bmisH. The cars were badly wrecked. The view was obstructed by cornfields. Miss Lenna McClintock. who has bten attending school at Winona, is coming home Wednesday. The No. 5 school reunion wilt be . nriu next rvuimajr tn wre rf iiiiam Flener's woods. A bisr dinner will held next Sunday in the William be served at the noon hour. A pro - gram wil be given and tee cream and watermelon will be served in the af - tertinott. - llRc2?lZt.;0t . - What does it pay? Pt me tn the bank today. Spend me not tn foolish ways; Let me cheer your fotare days, Thoogh Pm not ft amenat, j .. . . -s t will help your bank account. Fovb?tcn Don!:, Fowlc-rtcn, Indiana l

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page