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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and daughter Bertha and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and children Marie, Mildred and NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Daniel Tosh is moving out of the property on South Walnut street which bx recently sold to Lawrence Buller. He will maJce his home witii his daughter in the country. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS Gertrude Dicks and Rev Dudley motored to Fairmount Sunday afternoon and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hausrh. Mrs. Lawrence Stit2messer, who has b?en seriously ill is slowly improving Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hobbs and children cf Elwood spent last week visit- : Harry Wig-more of Carlos, xras the ! guest Sunday of his father, Wm. Wig-1 more. -Mrs. Anna Crider and Miss Marv Whirrle assisted Mrs. Scott Henrv. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. James aecom-1 panied Mr. and Mrs. Joe James to Farville Sunday afternoon to view the remains of their aunt, Mrs. Jesse Farr, who died at the Marion hospital Saturday morning. Leslie Wilbern of Fairmount was the guest of Roy John Saturday night. Send from this neighborhood I at-1 tenaed the funeral of John Hilton at Hackleman Monday. Mr. Hilton is the father of Mrs. Wilson Elliott of thU rdaee The farmers of this vicinity are quite busy harvesting their tomatoes and filling silos. i ? j ; P - ; j ; t Correspondence to insure publication in Thursday's issue must hereafter reach The News office not later than Wednesday noon. This is made necessary because of the much increased amount of work on publication , days occasioned by the largely increase! circulation of The News. Correspondence reaching The News office later than Wednesday noon, and not published in Thursday's issue will appear in Monday's issue. Brady of Oxford, O., Mr. and C. E. D?nren of Hamilton, O. ' uuia" 11R ..". . xr I rr. w:...!,.-.. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow and Mr. and Mrs. Lorine Ellis of Rich- ! 1 ' . ! I iL RADLKY Art Comer was rdeasantiv surnris- ed Mondav evening when a number cf friends gathered to remind him of his 42nd birthday. Those present wre Mr. and Mrs. George Yale, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jesse Brookshire, Mr. and Mrs. L leo w orlme, Mrs. Laura James, Miss Helen Behem. Mr. Charles Tur ner, Mr. Clint Murray, Alva Yale, ' Charlotte and Bomta Cox. Fop com and candy were served. Mrs. Anna Howell, Mrs. Alta Howell and children Herbert and Dolor-as, spent Monday with Mrs, Ell Ben-bow and Mrs. Sally Harris. Mr. and Mrs. rrank John and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jones near Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Jc3 James and children of Marion took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles James and family. School opened here Monday with Miss Helen Behem as teacher. Miss Mae Brookshir left Monday to take her placs as teacher in the Anticch school. 1 ! I 1,; Fbn$ rick toma -e,; Mrs. Gertrude Hill is sewing fornd Mrs. Ben j. K. Thurston of Liber-! of Woodmen over the state and a fine t? contribute an' neK Stelv Hnie Mrs. Dalphir.e Dickey this w?ek. j ty. Ind., and Mrs Xoola Abbott of program consisting of drills, speak-i in fr i Mrs. F.lster Hiatt and children spent Indianapolis, attended the Thurston :n n(j simrimr was carried out. . mond, attended meeting "at New Hope! Howard county, last Sabbath. Mrs. Edna Gwins with her husband Mrs. Albert Andrews of Hunting- - am baby daughter, who have been ton, who visited her parents last j visitini, her RVnt Mrs. Rebecca Hend-week was accompanied home by hsr ..: children, who had been visiting for returned to their home m In-several days with their ndpar?nts, ! dianapolis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Wmslow. ! FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Wesleran Services Rev. Everett Mills who has recent- garxls for the church and its member-' John Jett and daughters Vance and ly moved from Marion to Summit vi lie : ship, short talks from members and ' Hene, Mrs. Georgs Wolf of Tennessee, and taken charge of the Wesleyan : former pastors, and a general social jiir, ar)d Mrs. Everett Moon, Mr. and church there and also at Fowlerton, time is to be enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Wilson Neal and son, John Wil-preach?d his first sermon here Sunday ; Pleaching service in the evening. A n"and Paul Todd. Afternoon visit-night, lis will have charge of the ser- j cordial invitation is extended to the ; ors vvere Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs vices here agsin next Sunday morn- public. ! cf Fairmount. 1Kp- . Ed Houser of Bowling Gre-n, Ky., ! C. T. L. Election. rr,nx -rrrtS Frwin Wavmire RIGDON M ! Mr. and Mrs. Algia Hollowell, Mrs. . M I , ' ilL I noon willl be srent in reminiscent re- The Fowlerton W. C. T. U. will hold its vearlv election meetine on Sept. : 15. at the home of Mrs. Adaline At- kir.son at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Atkinson " who is parliamentary superintendent, : will hav? charge of the meeting. Local and Personal were Mr. and .Mrs. Otis miams Sunday gr?sts of Clyde Helms and frr.-ily. Mr. Jake Leach and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown of Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Duling were afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evevr.t Simons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach and Mrs. Mavsraret Corn attended Baptist , f ly 1 ! ; sis N. bv church service at Matthews Sunday. crea,n served by their teacher, Howard Stewart of Terre Haut?, Lova Moon, visited his uncle, T. J. Kimbrough and nrai invitation is given to all family Thursday. j pupils and teachers that were in Cen- Miss Lwile Richards is quite sick ' T school, to a home-coming at that at her home in East Fowlerton suf- 5 place Sept. 17. 1921. A good pro-fering from the elTeots of an opera- pVars, vrill be given, tion for appendicitis which sh; under- : The revival meeting will commence went several months ago. ! a Center church about Oct. 10. Mr. John Williams and Miss Lcrena Mrs. Georr Yale, Mrs. R. P. Moon Williams were guests of W. A. Holms " and Lova Moon called on Grandma Mrs. Samuel Loyd of Jonesboro, was the gu?st of Fairmount relatives Wednesday. Mrs. K. E. Morris, daughter, Betty and son Dorel, of Marion, spent the past few days as guests of'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gift. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Irons, Perculators, Grills and Toasters Broyles Electric Co. Ill) W. Fourth Marion E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 1 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indian Call us at our expense DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Pcstoffice Honrs S to 11:30 a. tr. 1 to 5 p. ra t.'tll" Kn-auM iin-i I ttlo While Ko-if m.k .ic i-iir r Kn-nrvoMor U for smto-mohilos. oToil:n-s, raotor W sfl! only tin1 hrvt of pvrrvl hin-r CITY GARAGE I'iyi's 'IVstetl, Glares Fit-til hy State HVgistonni orroMKTiusTs Dr. C. C. FARIS Dr. EMILFARIS Exclusively Optical ftuth Side HuURn. ilrkn POULXR Y. WAN T'D A check for niore uarantec. if you pcII ' - Yknn me, I nay: phone hMrgfm if i buy. W. T. WELLS Phone 594-B Submit ville, IwcL Cash For LOGS Elm and Second Growth Sugar PHONE US We Pay For Phone Calls Mr ' J,-;-, ii i M " V ' : ! i i..i i.i 7& i Xen spent Monday evening with ; James Tygarat and family. ! Mrs. Anna Howell spent Tuesday ; night and Wednesday with her daughter Mrs. Ox Relft at Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stinger had as their guests at dinner Sunday, Mr. 'and Mrs. James Brown and son Edgar and Mrs. Samantha Armstrong (of Marion and Mrs. Rosa Stinger and son Carl. .Miss Maud Kimbrough accompanied y Miss Maud Briles of Fairmount-, spent Sunday, and Monday at Rich- mond, the trip being made in Miss Kimbrough's new Ford Sedan. J. J. McEvoy - went to Wabash Thursday Sept. 1, to attend tha state Log Rolling and represent the- Mod ern Woodmen of America lodge No. 4742. The meeting was largely tend?d by the different organizations Four bands were present, among them ; uanA ronistinp- the Bippus Dana consisting Ps mm FOR SALE Fr?e burning white ash chestnut and egg size anthracite coal on track this week. Price $14 per ton of? of car. A. A. Ulrey & Co., Phone 46. FOR SALE OR RENT One 10 acre lot and one 12 1-2 acre lot. House and barn on each. D?nnv Thomas. FOR SALE BIG TYPE We have a few February and March gilts not registered at $20. These are the ctrong deep bodied kind, from litters of 8 to 10. All stock double immuned. Jos. M. Davis & Son. Fairmount. phone 2S31 Black. pQr; SALE- -Se.?d wheat, Michigan Davis & Amber recleaned. J. M. "r Phone 2831 Black. ...... , ,Tt I OR SALE Best Kentucky coal that can be got. Prices Loy, Fairmount, Ind. right. Oscaf FOR RENT FOR RENT Three or four unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping or will rent for small family. Wm. Kendall, 8th and Rush streets. WANTED WiVTF.n Washim- to Zena Barrick, South Barclay street. FARM LOANS If you want to bor nw monev nn your farm, see O. R. scott. Fairmount, Ind. 1,1 LOST LOST Oldsmobile auto crank. Re turn to C. L. Buller. Reward. LOST Logchain about twenty feet long, somewhere between George Robertson's and Fairmount. Reward. Finder call 1713 Black. MISCELLANEOUS TYPEWRITERS, Clean -d, re paired, sold. Ribbons, supplies. W rite, phone, call, Arnold's Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Nex to Lyric Theatre downstairs. Marion. Ind. Does it cost too much to paint your born? Dont f orfet that the bis cost of patntin-; is in putting th paint on. A paint that spreads easily will spread further. The further it spreads, the less you need. Lowe Brothers Barn Paint gees further and always costs less to make tt o If you doat believe it,, make us proire it a. ,. l Fairmount Hardwc.ro S do. Mrs. ing the latter' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Sritmesser. Th Ladies Aid Society h3ld a market last Saturdav in Leeson's tore at Elwood cf. , i ,oaf W " " 'T,t Mr r7d .r - rr.lr in the Rntrn store build- jng. " ' , f h attended the . V "? ... state fair this week, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McTurnan !rnd children, Robert and Judith are Judith McTurnan this week. Revival services are in progress at lat week visiting Rev. and Mrs. Ar- lington Mnger at .Aiiam-a aim .m. ? - t-:i r xf.-nn I HACKLEMAN Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and fami-i w?re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fete Pearson near Fowlerton last Sunday. d and Mr. Will Dill and Maxine Bar.istcr srent Sunday at the park in ' Anderson. j Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs enter- a?npd at dinner Sundav Mr. and Mrs. i and family. rr arid Mrs. John Pinkerman ,t lnt week at the lakes. lr. Ora Dickey of Detroit, Mich., wa!S a rek-end visitor with relatives .near this place. spending the week with M?xine Banister. .. Martha Mae nasty emeriairnii ner Sunday school class last Thrrsday afternoon. The following little tots were present: Mary Aen?s Kimes, Marraret Martin. Mary Maxine Has-tv, Florine and Florence Clark, John Wilson Neal, Wililam Davis, John Corner. They were aecomnanied their mothers, Mrs. Sam Kimes, a'w, v risnk Mrs J. R. Davis. Mrs. m-,m .'. vh William Davis. John Leer Monday afternoon. MrTand Mrs. Charles Florea enter- ... . . . - - , fampd nt dinner Monday. Mr. ana - . . . . r Mrs. Clarence Moon and fanul, Mrs.- Eva Martin cf Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and daught?r, Irene. Mr. ard Mrs. C. D. Brookshire and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gibson and d-uhver Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heck and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph r.arsn and daughter Beatrice. Mrs. ta Heck and Warren Haislev attend- c-d the Jonr." 's reunion at McCul- ouch ravk, Muncie, last Sunday Mr. and Mvj. Milt Gibson spent 5?-,lcx- xvm Mr nd Mis. Ora Harris ; Mr Mrs Fmer Comer and r anj .-:. Bob Moon motored to inona lake and spent Saturday n5cht ar s-ndav. i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hastv were Jmosts Sunday cf Mr. and Mrs. Claud JuHan. ;-Vs Keunr.er spent Saturxlay night and Sundav with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Kemmer. LFTTLE RIDGK Pev. Hiram Harvey preachexl at Little Ridge last Sabbath morning. Prayer meeting will be held this evening IThursdav) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wright, with E. B. Harvey as l?ader. Hebrew llth charter. Mrs. Wm. R. Harvev, who was enlled to Denver. CVlo.. by the serious .ill 11:-. k II. tt.ll , ""t- "i wrsiMnr, nan. formerly of Fairmount, has retumeel hofv ,S fitl"m the business feature oMhe eommttnlty th T? E"-1S n1 adopted datighter, Mrs. Edna, Fry and M - , . . in e-.aa;ning ine -roramg: and Mr. Frank Wrtght were enter- ll'yPy Mr- nJ John Lee last i oaooarn. 2t i, Misses Pauline and Eurah.Rat- d Willis Ratlin enterUfaned ' The it:., irx.... i . . ... J. V 0!,,"w r- itowaw Mae ; shall foe Sunday dinner. Both are . teacher In the Academy this jrear. Mr ami Mrs. Russell Harvey enter- ramea ror csumtay mnnef . Mr. and ;Mr. Glen A. Harrold and Mr. and i Mrs. Earl Darts and children, i The Little Ridge W. tX T, tf. held ithe regular business meeting f K ;cnurcn lwsxiar. Mr. G. C Whltel?v. who ts tv. j Int at present at the home of his son. :is ronvmiescmff from a recent attack hrt trouble. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. whifcelewv i Resigned His Position. j C. R. Partridge, who has been employed with Swift & Co., for several months sont in his resigr.at.on Aug. arnl after this week will j on the roaad as a manufacturer's salesman. Mr. Partiidge will rtiv for one firm at Cir.eir.nati srecializing in sales of overalls. He carries minor lines of three ether factories. He works the northern half of Indiana. Schools Opened. The Fowlerton schools opened Men-day tnorning with Miss Ruth Lloyd, , primsry teacher, Miss Elsie Lees in-; termediat? ar.d Mr. Retz, principal-Much ir.terest ar.d good atter.dar.ee manifested. Farewell and Welcome Dinner. Mrs. Kr.te Dame was very cleverly ( surrrlsevi last Sunday when a large r.urr.Kr of her friends came in with well f.'led baskets ar.d gave her a' far-we'.l visit. Mrs. Dame had invited tV.e Boys. Booster class out to spen-? the day with her son Joe and the ladies class took advantage of the invitation ar.d took dinner too. Mrs. Dame is makir.tr ready to move to Sum r:itvi' le and the cbj?ct cf the ladies was to show their respects to Mrs. Dame and also give Rev ar.d Mrs. Meyers a welcome feast on his re-turn to this charge. However Rev. Mevers ar.d wife were ur.abte to be presort until in the afternoon. Those present were Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Brswer ar.d son. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Yerlie Cor-h ar.d daughter, J. W. Jones, Mrs Mrs ! y(?-.vm'i sn.l .lane-hter. James -Thorn. Mrs. Harry WrirVt. lrcr, WrichU Mr. ar.d Mrs. Verda Wright ar.d daughter, of CS.i-ach, Ird., Mr. ar.d Mrs. Oscar Jor.es, Mr.' ar-l Mrs. Arthur Jor.es and fanti-Iv, C. R. Partridge ar.d family, Paul and Pe'bert Mitchner. William Cas-kev. John ar.d Dora Crecraft, Wilbur Corre'.l. Aftcvr.oc-n caV.ers wer? Rev. Mev-rs and wife. tlelms-Russel ard Williams Reunion. The He-tms-Russel and Wui.arr.s re hell Sundav, Sent. 4, at the r x r t 1 I - U1. U.. -.1 horn? cne-h'.lf mile northeast cf Fowlerton. Th? bisr reunion dinner was served in the machine shed which was ap-prcpriat'.y decorated in leaves ar.d crimp paper. A short business meeting wat held and several speeches made by the d.irTerent gvsts, recitations were given by children, Mrs. I-akn Tomilsen and Miss Rhoda tr r an - items riayt.1 a piano uuet, P3ciai : music and sin5,ng was tendered hy v 1 r- MrVur; joyatMy sptnt by Mr. Kr.d Mrs. Kltr. khoads and familv and Dave Helms of ReA Key. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rus- el and family ami Mr. Cranor of s ilk.nr vr- i. t tank and son, Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Gale ' Ho'-vk .r-.r tv ,h.l t-. tv- vr;i; . I and familv Sundav nichL Mis. John Leach and Crecraft ca!!ed on Jake Mrs. Minnie Leach and family Mon.lav afternoon. Mr. Clyde Partridgi made a business trip to Fairmount Monday after-neon. Mr. and Mrs. Yerde Wrisrht of Cammack. Ind called on D. C. Dul-irg anvl family Sunday evening. Mrs. Otis illiams and daughter. Lorer.a, of Winchester, Ind., were Sunday school guests of Mrs. W. A. Helms Sunday. Miss Gladys Miller underwent an operation for tonsils and adrtoids last Thursdav. Mr. srd Mrs. Dallas Atkinson ca'l- rl on Alva Uickerson and , m,, Arthur Winslow and Wilson Doherty are engaged in service at the state lair this weeK. COMMUNITY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Stewart and son Floyd of Fowlerton and Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson aid daughter Irene, returr-nl horn Wednesday after a very pleasant visit with relatives in Owens county. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and son Howard spent Thursday ev?ning with James Stewart and family. Mrs. Cleftie Hughes and children Martha and Herschel, spent a couple of days last wrk with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Todd. Mrs. Anna Howell and Mrs. Alta j Howell and children, Deloras and j Herbert, were guests Monday of Mr. ( and Mrs. A. Y. Benbow south of Jer?s Chapel. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wi'JL Mart visited ' Sunday with heir .-son Russel Mart ard wife, near Litt'e Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob "eirs srent unuay; afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George ' Yale. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steirs wre f .tinror Ra hla v nf .Tamo Thompson and wife, they all motored ; to Marion and srent the atternoon. t Mrs. Roscoe Shockley and dau?rh-1 ter Mary Alice of Marion visited a ; eounl? of davs last week with the: 1 . .... former s parents, Mr. ana Mrs. vnas. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and chil-j. 4T-; tMr-iil ntit Xon. were p at oinner Sunday of Leslie I JfMT BV VllIliHTl. , ... r., .,;k- i?uiii muni., . Mr aml Mr? Jaeo steirs srent Mondav at th- bedside of Robert Parker at Marion, who is seriously ill. i Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith were guests nt suirer Monday evening of IS ate; Davidson and familv at Marion. j Mr Nirmi Newb.ouse of Rush "-urtv. Mrs. Anna Bannister and Mrs. Maud Dill called on Mrs. St.-Ua Thompson Tuesday evening. Mr. Brooks is visiting relatives at M'-'-'Me this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Todd called on the latter'sCphew. Pearl Day at Marion. Saturday, who ts very ill with tvrhoid fever. " Mr. and Mrs. Leath Smith and daughter o near Fowlerton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chamiiess. . Rv Mart Whvbrew of Fairmount, preached at the Radley church Sunday morning. 1 James Thompson and daughter , Irene and Chv'e Johns and daughter ! I tda, attended the band concert at Swavzee Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hasty spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Harris ; north of Marion. Charles Flor-a and family had as heir e-uests at dinner Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and children, ; Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. Eva Martin of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. ' Elijah Kerlin, Mr. and Mrs. James ! Thompson and daughter Irene and ! .t xtu. rl.Mnna t and snn , vravne 'c .-I. C&flVl .'I 1 Vlv iiv-. . -. . - - . . ...... - " - . ; mr arti Mrs. Jett isrewn ana rnu-. j dr.?n Olive and Xen and Everett Rich! f ElkharL snent Tuesday with Ray' : Stmr aftd family. ! Mr. and Mrs. Chub Johns has as their guests a few days last week, ! w d Mrs. Charles Johnson of : rl had as isses Lorene i i iv'Mnn unin. ...... - - - De'ora HoweU. ) I t a. kt tntu ThnmnMII to ltd i Moon and son Lloyd and Mr. and' Mr. Charles Florea and children vis b?d Sunday dth Elijah Kerlin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Runyan of Ala ; Kama, are visiting the latterTs parents i Mr. and Mrs. Lor, Moon, Me. and Mrs. i Rntvtan extwet to tocate in Indiana. " . - Mr. and Mr. FYank Muchmore of t fonta!ne. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Elliott and eon Charles, Will Todd and Jatnes Tyirart were among those j who attended the state fair Wedne f &f Akm ITnw-alt tttwt At RAlnti I i tt..ti msm tt-4w4 m' I I t dinneCunday of Pebs Pearson and I I family near Fowlerton. Mr. and Mr. Geortre Stemher and t.tV4vM t(ti !tstwv fu ti rs. Jcnn stertvor-e and Cnil I RwKXdJtge. ltd Mrs. tlV.l CatSA Ma. j I famut0,,. rri.-n Atr anet M " oh. tm! -,r,2J,s Leach will accompany Mr. daucrter of rinMr wn for Tisit- Russet ao of Kw,Vl A hXS I W M? f - I td flrinv, WesleTv-rttn ' ft i ltpl i ftmilt Uhnle nlmSVB?ftXrJ Kv J Mr. and Mrs. Carl yxlT Mr. and Mrs. irgil Dulmg, Mr. and Sunaay evening. .s L -A . nne Steelman submitted to an ererat-.on for tris and adp.oids last Wednesday ana is recovering V'T she stayed with her sunt, Mrs. nazti cmiin in .Marion until Satur day, when she returned home. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Duling and Mr. and Mrs. Yerde Wright and daughter Maxine, will leave r.axt Mondav and motor to Washington, D. C, wero they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Dulir's daughter. Miss Ol'ie Du'ing, who' is doing war risk insurance work for the government. They will be gor two wetks. on th? return tr:p wi'l st t ri, Oosnocton 0!,:0 an,, risinf.eld, Ohio. ar thy t wvo.. . r.v..v t - - o- mi? r! ul V T te Jin4 "here h I?.?f'i1.!n:T ere. a.nd has iiui- sin in scnooi Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pavne are viit- . . !"K iiiis nere ror a lew s-s. Webster. .. . 1 - . ... . i I, ir Erl AtVtv Carter i . i; BANK rAttil LOANS REAL ESTATE Merelv a a KttitM ii MM. ku to ftttw Hch -vn. wheel rf prosperity And sweces. tth preferty hes U Iwrm t kit h -mall lte t Ptlt BH n. IT,, ,,,,n "l i .pwii H!irrtr' .iv .. . . iil .! , -. ... . i ...... - .Mr. arm .Mr Mr;. lipwrrt aTrenaea a ranviiy gatnenng ; "r "te nonie pi rus ??tstr, rTatd Thompson and famij ( hi i .i . v- k.i... ii'.HHi w. i . . . . . their dinp-'r ruests cunuay, m mnt- -- vn.. ; - . ... .. ;,, , ---v, .wv v , Keamce tioweiu caran lvm. M-iiamuy Mich., last Mondav. where she trill RriTt-sd'av evening at the home of Mr. b engaged and Mr. Ilen4 Tarber n honor of winter snd Mrs. Joe Pxvne of North Mr. d tVd Flks Dv and Home-tW UM Folks Day M Hcme-eomi? will obsemed at the Fowlerton ..yil.gviim..i.ji . .i i j . Maurice Warner, President JiwHi $' kv.L rreacmr- service r1.1' V1!'1? v.?r "e torenoon,Mr. roiiowea ry a rtasaet dinner The ftr- w i . I r ki 4. I i ' t . FOWLERTON RENTALS INSURANCE The wise wian relies on Hope tntJa faith In work as m hilder-p The heei rf thrift Urna the The MMi ywa start a acrat year iirectto. We exteahl a t-MHat welcMM cco tth . Waboch RzzL Company Larton. Indiana I Monday till Thursday tie. srri Mrs ' dren et 1. P. Spetrs nf Wray, Ooh Mr. and He. si urs. d u Cristrai snd Urs,

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