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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Thompson and daughter Irene were ' guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. and , Mrs. James Fleener at Knightstown. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Stewart and i Git A NT NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Marcus Winslow left Monday for Earlham college where he will son Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. James Ste-j Wessie Lewis was brought home wart and children, Mary and Harvey, from the hospital at Marion Tuesday and Clint Murray took Sunday din- : afternoon. ner with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirk. j Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Collins are the Mrs. Eva Todd and son Xen and i proud parents of a baby girl, Betty Mrs. Evana Kirk and son Flovd were Lee. BACK CREEK i will sell at puoiic auction luoaiay 'J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barkdull of John Edwards, who is sick with typhoid fever is reported a little better, but his fever has not left yet. Mr. and Mrs. Glen S.mith and Mr. Roe Bundy attended the Bundy re-unTo7T"3unday at Beulah Park, Alexandria. Ralph Edwards returned home Friday from Greenfield. Men are busy dipping gravel from the Charles Thomas pit and gravel hauling will be in progress before long. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinsey, singing- evangelists are being entertained at the home qf Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirkpatrick. Sept. 20, one-half mile south oi Rev. John Hatfield came Thursday Anderson spent Saturday night and night and began a series of meetings Sunday with the former's uncle, Mr. guests at dinner Tuesday of last week j Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and son with Mrs. Mary Kirk. I Arthur visited Sunday afternoon with j Wilson Elliott and daughter Miss ! Mvand Mrs' Dave Payne and family-Vergia, attended te Kokomo exposi-j and Mrs- Dwight Osborn and j tion Thursday. children took dinner with Mr. and wnicn are to continue the remainder ( Grant isarkdull and family, of this week. Day meeting begins at Mr. and Mrs. Denny Thomas are 10:30, and evening services at 7:30. moving to the farm vacated by their Good crowds have attended every ser- 'son John Thomas and family, near Vice. William Kinsey and wife are Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn-helping with the music. i as will move to the Denny Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cox and farm., aiifflitprs from Losantivlla came 1- Mrs. Watt Fallis and babv John L: lerton on the N. L. Deeren farm at' 10:30 a. m., personal property, to-wii: 4 HEAD OF HORSES One brown horse, weight 1600 pounds, sound anJ good worker, .eight jears old. One black horse weight 1500 pounds, sour,J and good worker, six years old. Or. black horse, weight 1400 pounds, sound and good worker, 5 yeaTs o?d. One black horse, 3 years old, wtll broke to work doub'o. HOGS 50 good feeding shoats-. Mrs. Clarence Moon and son Wayne , n n k j u r-i ..l-,,, irioo 00 (In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Charles Fiorea and sons j visited Wessie Lewis. Thurman, James and Lee, were guests Mrs Effie p H at dinner Friday of Mrs. Stella ford City Satu-day on account of the Thompson. I inneSs of her granddaughter, Bar- Rev. John Hatfield is being enter- Fridav to visit the latter's parents, who hava been staying with her par- j tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kf-v. ami jwrs. rranK rawaras. iMrs. enis. vir. ana iurs. jonn uevine lett ; aucu wmsiuw. Mr. ana jrs. Deri xouu anu tun- i Bara JNell, who had pneumonia. ft 1 TIT 1 1 m Anc". s gone to irav-; . Marie. Mildred and Xen spent Cox and daughters returned home 'Sunday for Fowlerton to pack their j Monday and Mr. Cox remained to help goods to move to Muncie, where Mr. ! JcJorn, Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. Clavton Elsworth a baby girl. with the tomatoes. I Fallis is employed. UTi. n-wA Mm A T ;H J j rs,e Clt' A1Jcn" on recount of hay . Sund'ay afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. !Iever- 'Elmer Swaim and daughters, Pau- j ! line and Irene near Fowlerton. Oras Dilly is assisting Ralph Ho- HACKLEMAN well with tomato picking. J ! James Thompson made a business daughter, accompanied by Mr. and ! weiffht from 100 to lu0 Pounds, gooI Mrs. L. F. Brewer, Mrs. Nancy Wood ones. and children of near Summitville vis- I GRAIN 25 acres, rr.ore or Jess, of ited with Wessie Lewis Sunday af-!corn m ne(j. ternoon. Mrs. Little and daughter Tni vir-Tc r ou u visited with George Adkinson, the i LFME.,TS Ore 2-hcr?e wheat small son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Ad- . dri11 Wlth fertilizer attachment. One kinson. j l-hors drill, fertilizer attachment. FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter trip to Marion Monday. FiinsiaY wit. Mr on. v;icn Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and son ...... . i..,.o. i.uuuu r , . r -Yen, iir. anu iurs. a. jl.. rrme, iurs. Neal. Liza Todd and Mrs. Lucy Tygart jir. ana Mrs. n.a xiannon ana son : coin oi tnese arms are uisc aruis- Fay Richards left Saturday after- JV j: u t ; were Kueat ictcuwv ui xl. xiikx iuia. . - . ; ... - - - E. Payne One binder in good shape. noon for Danville, 111., where he will j "4'- ."JJ1,,t;r i-ira. jameb oiew-;Pete Pearson and Mr. Starbuck near ; visited witn Mr. 1. art 'airmount last oi r Sunday. and dauerhter Madaline. be employed in a glass factory ! Fowlerton, Mr. Starbuck is in very HARNESS One set of heavy team Miss Helen Littl of Fairmount l Koinir -fMifiniid Vii KmJ T?v and Trc F R T?Vr!f1 enont ' Miss Sarah Dickerson of Spencer, wiio nas Deen nere ior a numDer oi i'1"- is"i Sicily uu. most oi the time. ! last wees ena witn ivir. ana iurs weeks taking care of her mother un- Ar. and Mrs. Lester Wood and Mr.; w d M Ralph Howell and : Burr Leach and family. Mrs. James Payne visited with her til her deatft, has returned to Spencer and Mrs. Richard Dedecker attended i to look after personal and business i the state fair last Thursday. - j affairs after which she will return to i Mr. and Mrs. Carlos' Kirk spent Terms made known on day of sale. Lunch will be served by Fowlerton Missionary Society. HUGH DEEREN DEAN and DICKERSON, Aucts. EARL ALLEN, Clevk. children visited Sunday with Mr. and ! Mrs. Fred Nelson north of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mart and family i entertained Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. ! Walter Carmicheal of New Jersey, ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart of Lei-sure, Mrs. Lou Carmicheal cf Ma- j rion and Mr. and Mrs. Rcssel Mart : of near Little Ridge. j sister, Mrs. Grant Barkdull Monday. Lewis Barber and family of And-ersonville, Ed Monroe and wife of New Salem visited with Mrs. Emma Harrison last week. - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and chi'dren of Fairmount spent Sunday Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hiatt. J. F. McCombs, Parke McCombs and Worth Moon spent Saturday night and Sunday at the lakes. Fowlerton and make her home with her father, R. H. Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duling accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright to their lrm? in Washington, D. C, where they will make an extended M. P. Home Coming On account of the heavy rainfall Sunday morning, Home-coming Day was cut short in its attendance. However, Sunday school and church service kept their usual hours and a fine dinner was served in the basement. The afternoon service had a better attendance and a short program was rendered. Rev. Boxell gave the principal address followed with short talks from the pioneer members of the church. Miss Opal Key recited a selection in Negro dialect. Miss Mary Compton sang a solo, Rhoda Helms and Gladys filler played a piano duet. Some of the out of town guests were Miss Lucia Parrill, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Brown of Fairmount, John Hardesty and family of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dye of don, Mrs. Alice Seward and Mrs. Marcal of Muncie, Rev, Boxell and wife and grandchildren, and Mr", and Mrs, Charles Compton of near Jonesboro. Mr. and .Mrs. Burr Jones and fami- mr t r i ftj. i visit. They left m their automobiles . lv of Marion, Mrs. Vernie Hilton and! -T . ,f . Trt anA c M"' "u early Tuesday morning. j son Frank, and Fred Albert .were en - i Mr- 5" ?Si Mrs. Dwight Osborn and Morris Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and family tertained for dinner at the home of ; u " " 1 ,ar,f visited with iriends at lynn tr. fr Waiwnn i OI ana iurs- v dn Aess one dav last week. one day last week. Mrs. Wilson Elliott is spending a j Back Creek. few dilys with Mrs, John Hilton. started Tuesday morning up in Michigan on a pleasure and business trip. Men-ill Steelman, who has been making his home with his aunt, Mrs. Adaline Atkinson left Saturday for Kokomo, where he will enter high I Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Osborn en-! tertained Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon and daughter Lova, Martha May Hasty and Mrs. Ike Moon. 1 Mrs. Nora Swearmger returned to I her home in Muncie last wreek, after . a few weeks stay with her grand- POINT ISABEL school as a fretmnian. 1 V 11 A crude start with Kn-ar-o" finish uHvu vs win KN-AU-CO MOTOH OIL, for Tractors, autoiuubilcs aeroplanes. Dopctnial.le merchan ( 1 : -e always at reasonable ;riees CITY GARAGE Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seward and fam ; Roy Roger attended the state fair j George Banister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wednesday, Thursday last week. and Friday of Dill were guests Sunday of Mr. and ly and Mrs. Margaret Seward motor-! Mrs A nine Ranistr. pd to Muncie Sunday and spent the t Canning Company Note The now tomato peeling machines which were out of commission a part of 11 week have been Repaired and are again in operation. About thirty from Gas City came by truck to the Fowlerton fac-torv and assisted in canning the to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Munsell of Anderson. Sarah antLifford Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson rnd children took Sunday dinner with Oscar Camenter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eiber and Mr. 1 day visiting relatives there. j ?.nd Mrs. Pearl Eiber attended the' Several from this vicinity attended ; funeral of Charles Wilson at Marion ; tie state fair at Indianapolis, and ! Tuesday afternoon. ; Rre aiso piannine to attend the Con- j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kimes enter- I verse fajr this week, tained at dinner Sunday for Miss Nel-! c .tf' nf Wood' i - t j - - t x .. . r i'u - - - jinvwv - lie towers anu -iuue -j.civiiit:i ui Mrs. Eva Duling, Mrs. L. P. Sim's, Mr. and Mrs. Everet Simons cal matoes last week, being short here on ; .1 1 WW & DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice' Hour's 8 tc 11:20 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m AUCTIONEE R STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON Falls, Minn., is still visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Delaney. Mrs. Lichtfoot was called here sev Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson were week-end visitors cf Mr. and Mrs. led on Mrs. Mary Dickerson in Marion Sunday afternoon, i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Helms' baby, eral weeks ago on account of the seri- account oi many going to oiner piaces of employment of longer duration. The tomato growers of this company will receive their first season's pay on Wednesday of this week. Kaipn eoo. ;. f W mther. I ftvfh. and Everet Simons' two children have been real sick this week. Mr. Starbuck. who is making his John Havens took dinner fcunday : , with Ralph Eddington. J??. and Mrs Sherman Hipes and children shopped in Marion last W ed- ! nesday. Wesleyan Notes : home with his daughter, Mrs. Peter I E. B. COUCH ! DENTIST I RoomH over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.: 1 to 5 ext Wednesday mgnt is regular Poo,C!rtr, cocf r tnvirn -,1 n '1 ! Mr. and Mrs. William Fleener and service. Kev. Mills service. n. RADLEY prayer meeting roorlv for several davs ii , family entertained the Rev. Mr. Du.i- ley of Charleston, 111., last Thursday. of Summi uvn;e nas cnarge oi preacn- - .T; t s Lucia Parrill of Fairmount is ing services at the Wesleyan church P w riiioiv Vias hppn holdint? a series Mr. and Mrs. Art Comer had as V m:J lx- -u,;'- v, k here next Sunday night. visiting relatives and friends in this rie;"bo'rood thi week. Miss Pearl Buller called on L. P. ' oi meetings at me minaii nmmi their cuests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. men Kucsia uuuuiJi " SiroYiS last Saturday. i at Pimlnn i SuavSty Sotpn1 tX. 1 Mr; DT 'pr1 mad - : bmi" IIHIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiliiiililllllllll''-'iiliiiiililillliil of New Lon- : iTrl".?''' is S Pete Pearson is putting up a new "- , V, ii i! v.. .7 v..r. i" . ness trip ' aid Sold Property Clyde Caskey just recently sold his town property to Jack Walters of Peru. Ind. Mr. Caskey will move this week to the A. L. Fallis proper raraee at his home this week. ' ana .Mrs. numoea oi - Mrs. Alice Seward of Muncie : Mr. Sir, Humbert Art Miller is hauling material and don., ana Mrs. Mary corner oi rvub- vi itin relatives here this week. i x n. i c i ville. maenmery iroiii mc , , , , r i. T i v i -i iir. anu is. i tiirv ouim nou ty, Watt Fallis, who now occupies the j craVel pit northeast of town to Puc- TEDf house is moving this weeK to Muncie, i ett, Ind. Ind. Mr. Walters will move here in jrs Georrrie Brown of Fairmount, the near future. j spent Monday afternoon with her sis- ! ter. Mrs. Hazel Helms. C. E. Social Mr and Mrs. Ben Norton, who re- Oil their feunday evening cauers, jir. e- n cil John of Point Isabel, Miss Mabel n RIGDON l Cooper of Slash, and Mr. and Mrs. j; Ii Austin Kilgore of Marion. ! Mr. Wilson Elliott and daughter, Mrs. Arthur Miller entertained at Vergia, attended the exposition at a birthday party Saturday, Sept. 10, Kokomo Thursday. 'for her daughter Georgia Ruth Pick- Mrs Ana Crider and Miss Mary 1 ard of Alexandria. There were The Fowlerton Christian Endeavor certlv returned home from California, 5sVvietv pave a social at the M. P. will start their children in school here in a few days. Mr'. Ton Lech c?Ved on Mrs. Elge Richards Thursday afternoon. Miss Lrseile Richards, who ha been sick the past week is reported better. twenty-three girls of Alexandria chaperoned and taken in automobiles to the country home of Mrs. Miller, arriving about 3:30 o'clock. They em'oved games and music. Daring Whipple with Mr. and Mrs. Will Dill motored to Rush county Friday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Otto New-house. Mr. Gur R:ch and Clarence Elliott rf Uniondale. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the afternoon watermelon, ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tobm of Fair cake and punch v,.- cnonJrn' tVo Kritt and sen Charles, attenaea me cones, anerei iooa church Wednesday evening in honor of number of its members who are going away to school for this winter. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Locals and Personals Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and son Luther, of Carthage, Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. Zim Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Osborn of Grant neighborhood, Misses Irene and Anna Davis of Chattanooga, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deshon were Sunday dinner guests of Charlie seiveu. auuui, t .ou in me i ,-i v. Y.aro, v,H r, mno.i tn state lair on u eanesaay oi wet, were arge bonfire was built all en- i ss marshniallow toast. Those go to Danville, 111., where Mr. Tobin Mr. and Mrs. James King of Star ' ening a 1 -t, K ..mnVrAH hnt nn account of Citv called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank joying a 1 .I A J Z g the party were as follows: : a nervous reianse tne aoctors aa ?se , Mr. and Mrs. Eod Elliott and chil him to remain at home and avoid the entense heat of the glass factory. Charlie Millispaugli. who has been Ada Bess Cripe , Audrey Berniece , Crice, Verginia Fearfoss, Floris Mit- chel, Margaret Mitchell, Marv Kath- ! s erine Hall, Ruth Merrickan, . Ruth , Breneman, Winifred Breneman, Mil- ! dred Pick. M-artha Feck, Doris Fen-1 dren of Muncie called on Mr. and Mrs. "Charles James of Radley Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jce James and fanii-Iv and Russell James of Marion were seriouslv ill at his home near Mat- Leach and family. Llovd Helms left earlv for Grecncastle, Ind., where F he will -nter DePauw university as irnproMn. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. 1 ton, Mary Noble, Helen Jones, Ruth i rr: a nhoTnore. th' James Scott of near Marion snent people from Is here and those contemplat- g ing having Public Sales will jjj do well to consult us before placing their printing order. The right kind of Printing at Several young Johnson, Marv Evelyn Jurt, L.ois : Slone, Harriett Pyle, Esther Dawn O'Bryant, Virginia Hartman, Esther i . , . r TT 1 f I and Mrs. Charles James and family. Mrs. Art Comer tr.d sons and Mrs. Mary Comer caller! on Mrs. Thomas Arnett Monday aftrn'-on. Mr nnd Mrs. Frank John and chil- place aXended the Freshman reception Sunday aiternoon witn rvouen. at the Fairmount high school Friday ; and family of this place. i fctapieton, .uay nuKurs, wi.-a uum , : Pick-ard. Helen Stuckey. Dorothy i -- Mrs. Marv James of Muncie. is night. r.) .Tnhn Himelick attend- ' snendine- the week with her brother, iti tvere the quests Sundav of Mr. i Rheetlv. Fern Hinds and Marjorie La ed the state fair last Wednesday and S. D. Key and family of this place. aT1d Mrs. Lewis John at Point Isabel, j Von Miller. All reported the best : ThiiT-sdav. - j Luther Welch, who has spent the Mrs. Alta Howell is entertaining time they ever had, hopinr; Georgia ; Mr. and Mrs. Elbv Roser and ! summer with his brother, Jessie Welch her mother, Mrs. Sally Harris this j Ruth many more happy birthdays. j daughter, Mable of Montpelier were in Detroit, Mich., returned home last ! week. j Mrs. Kitty Stuckey is suffering Wednesdav and Wednesday nio-ht weej for the winter. Don't forget Sunday school at ; from a deep cold which has settled m zzz. 10 i her throat and chest. little and Mrs. Claire Dickey guests of Mrs. Mary LKxia ana -miss : Mi. Gale Smith is numbered with tenter next Sunday morning at Marilla Powers. Miss Mable extended ! tfte j o'clock. XIexA Rv Bmv and familv were the! been ' r have the right kind of prices. m i - The Fairanotainit 1 Idanc-hter Mildred, who spending the week with her mother, j llrs. Drawhorn returned to her home miss riorence uuncan oi neuums, -- i , , - To, z,-,nAt,rr ' Mich., has been vi-iting relatives here ! ruests of Mrs. Andie Mann Sunday - COMMUNITY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs Rd Rteemiller Sunday. Will Dye and family of- near Koko-; H M in Hartford City Sunday evening, j - Miss Geneive Millinger of Ft. Wayne j accompanied her home. j sss John Leach and family spent Sun-, rein town Suday , f w vi t v,iC ' --i- k LZ ril MilW and Thompson and James Thompson at- E1Jh . ,t BfJ7M?2S CeCl1 Mll,ar i tend ed the Thompson reunion near! News IT -no. ..i l j. 1 1 v u J- "v - - lauiiij i m.o r ! KiihviITe Snrwlav I! LITTLE RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. John Newbv for several i Mr. and Mrs. Fiffer of Gaston visit- M - Mrs. Charles Elliott and Ml J -r. t- -1 l. . . IyT.. tPl erJ' i ed relatives at this place caruraay , Tles, accompanied by Mr. and Rev. Hiram occupied the pulpit at i Little Ridge last Sabbath. Prayer meeting Thursdav evening , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer i and bunday. j Mrs Frank Muchmore of Lafontaine, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Roberts were in motored to Uniondale Sunday and Muncie Wednesday. I spent the day with, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Word has been received here of the j ence Elliott. illns of Mrs. Sam Hasty tf Muncie ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fiorea and who has typhoid fever. j sons Thurman, James and Henry and Watt Fallis and family are prepar- 1 Mrs. Eva Martin visited Sunday with ing to move to Muncie. at Anderson and Knights- Smith with Russell Harvey as leader tTahrow 12th chanter. i iee, Ind Sunday. " - Mrs. J. A. Mann is staying at Marion this week while sho takes a course of chiropractic treatments. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Helms and son Uoyd visited Mr. and Mrs. John Crouch of Alexandria last Friday. Miss Jennie Frances Crouch accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Helms home and visited with them Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuckey, Mr. j ass rnd Mrs. Glen A. Harrold, Mr. and I aa covers Southern Grant County and to reach the farmers of Southern Grant no better medium can be used than the Fairmount News. iMtj Dennv Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. John Corn spent sunaay witn ms Raymond Elliott left Monday f,e " ram Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. J Alfred Marine oi near j Franklin, Ind., where he will attend ! Whiteley attend-d meeting at Quaker ss sister, Mrs Marion. Frr.nklin colleee. Back Creek last Sabbath night and rJSciii' Mrs. Harris of Marion is visitine- heard John T. Hatfild preach. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff and Mr. and Mrs. J. B Whitelev were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thurston southwest of Alexandria last Sabbath afternoon. her daughter, Mrs. Alta Howell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and Maurice Warner, President FOWLERTON Earl Allen, Cashier BANK Arthur Winslow and Wilson Doner- pj son Howard, air. ana irs. Kimer Ejj Chamness, Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd ty returned from the state fair last IB Ka and Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart at- Saturday night. a : tended church at Phlox Sunday nie-ht. Conine Talk jlj i Rev. Merle Huff, former pastor of the Ha j Radley church is assisting, in the re-lJvival meeting which is being held at ; that place. p jj MissesChariotte and Bonita Cox 1 3 1 snent Thursdav nie-ht with Misses f 'Marian and Wilma Evans. In And It Over . I RENTALS - FARM LOANS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE The wise au relies on Hope Merely as a stimnlant, bat puts his man faith in work as a bniWer-p to grow rich apon. The wheel of thrift tarns the wheel off prosperity and success. The moment yon start a account with ns, prosperity begins to torn in yow direction. We extend a cordial welcome to all who woU like to open an neeenat with as. Foylcrtcn Banh, Fovlcrtcn, Indxana Mr. ana Mrs. uenny wins law entertained for Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kimes and sons Frank and Robert. fr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuckey entertained Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Harrold for Sunday dinner. Mr A. E. Ratliff attended a Sunday school meeting of the Indiana Yearly Meetinr superintendents ef Sunday school work at Winchester last Wed mss T"T Thomnson snent Friday . night with Hiss Vergia Elliott. They attended the Fr--hman reception at the Fairmount academy in the even- nesday. Several from this community .t-1 rmm""""""mmMm' -t..Mi....t....i.ii.......... mhiiiiih.ii" r tended the Joo Love sale held on the """"............... ....hhiiih.,,,,, J and lira. Clarence lloolk and sons Floyd a&3 T7ayn aad Xlia. CUUa cacxty Um Tuday.

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