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September 19, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS - Mrs. Charles Naber went to Indianapolis, today. ACADEMY NOTES ROYAL THEATRE Miss Addie Leach visited over in Tipton. i c The Academy base ball team showed real class Friday afternoon when they defeated ths speedy Gas City team. The Academy boys outclassed their opponents throughout tha entire contest, never being in danger. Miss Lillian Dunbar was the guest of friends in Wabash Sunday. Ihe pitching of T. Irwin and J. Ir-I Mr. and Mrs. Charles York and son win featured the game. Nelson, in j spent the week-end with relatives in the catching department, also showed j Fort Wayne. up well. j . The Academy scored two runs in j the first inning on two hits and two ' The Rebekahs will hold a hard time social in their hall one week from haA rn Ko 11 IT;--. , 1 snext Wednesday night, m the fourth with three hits and two j errors. i We place on sale this week 500 yards 1 dark outings for comforts, per yard Jv 1r? 200 rolls Comfort Bats, per f P DC roll IOC g One lot Men's Heavy Work 1 pj JJ rf Socks, brown or black, per II jT)(f pair.: iw One lot Ladies black cotton -d hose, sizes 9, 9V2 and 10, per I pair Gas City did all their scoring in thei JIrs- F R" Eddy accomPanietl Rev-1 fourth inning when T. Irwin weakened ' tady 10 umH and was wun nim and let two runs in. At this stage of m uarterly meeting over Sunday, the gam ? J. Irwin went on the mound j . in nlrjco f T Irwin With I, 1 ' T T r'Cl 1. I r II Tuesday, Wm. S. Hart in "Breed of Mtan' A Typical Hart Picture. Also Comedy. Thursday A CT JT "A Wise Fool" A Paramount picture from the famous book, "The Money Master," by Sir Gilbert Parker. The story of a man who won power and fame and almost lost the whole world. Laid in the rugged wilds of the north. Power! Wealth! Success! And the Wise Fool proud of his strength, wrung them all from the wild lands of the north won them all, and lost love! Till fate flung him down and made him climb with hurr ble heart to happines?. Also Pathe Review. Friday, Douglas MacLean and Dor-ris May in "23y2 Hours Leave" Considered to be the best comedy drama they ever made. Also good comedy. Saturday. HoWert Bosworth in "Below the Surface" A gripping drama of deep sea diving. Also Comedy. full, J. Irwin disposed of the Gas City , and Gard Bosely have gone to West batters in one, two, three order. Union, Va., where they are employed The Academy boys played almost in a window glass factory. I air-tight ball and many flashy plays j i 7 mae ? ine ,iaSl "T 7 aiah Jay keeps complete line of Academy, who made a total of hve Ru?s Linoli houge furn;shingSt double plays. The playing of GaSfhi(rh chairs md Wallpaper City was very loose and was entirely 93jj r " j outclassed. The game was called at the end of the sixth inning on account J Mr and of darkness. j a farewell reception Monday given in ,, ... . i the Friends church at Amboy in honor ' The officers for the Afferent classes pf Mr the coming year are: ! are taking up their new residence in Semors-rrident Glen Rzch; vice-, Mari 0. Mr. Ratliff was one of The Bee Hive Cash Store You will need to buy a good pair of Boys' School Shoes, so try a pair of STR BRAND presmenv, .ui.uu th, after dJnner speakers and told of ! and treasurer, Dwight Lamm ! Mr. Pearson's work in connection with Indiana Yearly Meeting. Juniors President, Donald Cecil; GOOD TASTE. Is only one of the qualities of Banquet Ice Cream. Its rich, wholesome nutrition is a body builder in itself. Eat it often with your lunch and SEITEMBER MEETING OF THE WAR MOTHERS The September meeting of the War Mothers, which was held at the home of Mrs. Martha Listenfelt, was well attended and the meeting was most R. A. Morris returned Saturday , v;-iiresident- Leslev Harshbarerer; secretary- and treasurer, Gladys Leach. 1 from a several days business trip to Indianapolis. On Friday evening a bunch of Fair- Have An Individual Suit Sonhemores President, Wilbur , i i t . . i i vice-president, Lueile uuk tu y. ..o.ue Brookshire; enjoyable. A good program was given consisting of a reading by Mrs. Ed Hollingsworth, a paper by Mrs. Jon s: secretary and treasurer, Alice . .... , , , . Little enjoyed a real chicken fry cooked m Be sur? to demand Banquet, "The Cream of Creams." Serve the individual brick. Delivered to your home from Xen Edwards. Advertisement. Don't Be a Duplicate Miss Mrs. William Beeman, of Kniphts-tovrn, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ella Buchtel. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless and Mrs. Emma Miller spent Sunday with friends in Lafontaine. bertson; vice President, emice Ro-, c , . . , Alica Ramsey and a read njr by . . i r nic lunch was spread and enioved bv , J j-president, Clyde Prine; ,nrtW;. r, j v Suzanne Barreutt, the latter res . . .,,,,- r. the iollowinjt: Mr. and Mrs. Wavnc . . d treasurer, Pau.ine Cur- - ! ins? to several encores. Durintr Alica Ramsey and a reading by g to several encores. During pond- the rowier. Air. ann a rs. iims wnniim. tis. r- j . r x, xi: eveninc a delicious luncheon was serv- None of the science classes ""A n r,-,' , ...J ed by the host-ss. . The October meet- Born, Friday, to Mr and Mrs. Le-Roy Shane a baby boy at th?ir heme on East Eighth street. .. Thursday and Friday as Prof Pur-s , - inff will be held with Mrs. Maria Scott on North Vine street. - . i vi?.r.C? Was Out OL IW . iwicirmc tn over -naay guest oi airs. ,. wae iwn il1tfpa,l There was a time hen Tailor made clothes cct more. That i not true row. We will fit you. Ycur clothes will reflect your individuality. Amrr!(.T Cassimers for fall, S2S.00 and $30.00. t)ur responsibility is your euarantte." t ' Will Lar.can and amUv. Prayer meeting was held Wednes day with a good attendance. Zella i Lewis was leader. The total attendence for this year is the largest of any since 1016. Things are running very smoothly and real-for-sure work has begun. Mrs. Ella Buchtel is recuperating nicely from her operation, gaining strer.jrth slowly, but steadily. j Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Scott of Sidney sper.t Saturday and Sunday the guests i Much more interest is beinsr taken in Ribble Bros. mil-. ii- ' J V TWA Og cf Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hausrh. , diff erent studies this year than before j and one of the greatest year's for FARSV1 ELECTRBC POWER AIMD LIGHT PLANT (OF COURSE) TAILORS Fan-mount Academy is expected. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Shields and little ! Much interest is being taken in (daughter Isft for their home in Graf- j ve ball this year. It will no doubt ten, W. Va., after a visit with the become a major sport in the near fu-i former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ; ture. A larg? crowd witnessed Fri-i Shields. day's game. . j PEOPLE T r Thick Plate Long Life Battery. ou .NOW j Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Andrew moved -' their household goods to Marion Fri- t 1 day where Mr. Andrews is emnloved i HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 4 Mi?s Edna Gi-egg had charge of ! and where they will make their future : home. Mrs. I. T. Pr.y is repotted very ill. convocation which was held in the ! assembly room Friday morning. r. I Mu-: orch- , jjfV C. W. Hauch attended the Conxerse r- -rr- uA n.-o. ,i ? was furnished bv the H. S. . Sleeve Valve Motor fair Friday. daughter Dorcthy drove to Lafayette . stra after which Rev. C. B. Sweeney ! Saturdav to spend the week-end with ; of the M. E. church gave a short talk. t Lil KT H-- -ir? r a Ai sv- inr7S- i i oi tne Mr. Murra. of Gi-eer.town. is the' their son Oovte who is atten.lin Edward Kimes had charge euest of his da-jghter Mrs. Lena Hoi- j Purdue University. ; "pep" meeting after the morning's liday. j , ! program. . ! . , , , ... . Deloras Schlagenhoft was absent Motor zz auto- noru nas reen receivea nere oi tne , ti,...i,. .e nt ;n. Mrs. L. Ho.li has oeen visiting her ; birth of a baby boy, weight 8 pounvls, ness. oil matically and v :ien nephews the Howard brothers their families in Van Buren. , to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rush. Both j j Mr. and Mrs. Rush are formerly from ' this place. The physical training classes taught j by Miss Arnold an Mr. Walters are j being held out-doors when the weather j permits. j Ivan, Bo swell, former news reporter j nf Marion H. S.. was a high school j Beharrell Curless left last week : or water ces low and when battery is fully charged. for Ann Arbcr, Mich., to enter his ! ,r xr . , . . , , ... . i Mrs. P. M. Anderson, who has been sophomore year at the university. . ' . xr j the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. " 'J. P. O'Shaughnessv, has returned to Councilmar Altert Kelley and bride ' her home itl Chicago, accompanied 0 two ' inir noneymoon4bT her mother who will make a ft r r i . k 9. f . visitor Friday morning. T. B. Krouskup will have charge of convocation next Friday morning which will be held at 9:40, AH visitors are welcome to these meetings. The Sophomores held a class meet inp speav ,a .ae i. ..nem pari or .flr thlcc weeks Tisit in Chicago. state. Mr. Hockett, the Fairmocnt photo- j ing Friday morning at 11:30. John W. Cr?.:rer has moved his family from Wars?.- into the Merle Nelson residence m North Vine street irhich he recertly purchased. grapher, was here Sunday, to make a group photo cf Rev. Havens and family. It was the first time all of the familv had been together For several . j years, and will likely be the last for Charles Mas?,, who was called her.? some time, as Mr. Havens daughter, firing the illness and subsequent Eva, with her husband, Ross Ather-Tth of his father, the late W. It. ton, left Monday night for Montreal Mjwm, has returned to Oklahoma enroute to Africa for three years of ""here he will resume his work in the service in the mission fields. Summit-oil fields. jville News. The Silent Alamo is not an experiment, but proven success. After five years continual service the pres. ent model plant is practically unchanged. We scid an Alamo light plant to man in this section that had owned an Alamo gas engine for 16 years and had paid out $3.00 in that time for re ; airs. The Silent Alama Light and Power Plant is made to this standard: Phone us for demonstration. The second orchestra of the high school held their weekly meeting last Friday evening at 4 o'clock. Not only are there Junior h;gh school people in this orchestra, but students of the high school proper, as well. "Hub Leer has been elected athletic editor of the high school notes, thus giving the students an opportunity to keep in touch with the athletic affairs going on in the high school. Many of the students of the high school who were planning to see the base ball game between Fairmount high school and Van Buren at Van Buren were sadly disappointed. Be-ctuse of the steady downpour of rain during the day, the game was called off. The pencil sharpener in the assem bly room is a good time-keeper, especially when "Minn Lyons keeps time to the music in the comm" TAKE WARNING room. I "FT r j o Winter is coming, so you had better get that new furnace in, or the old one repaired. We are agents for the oldest and best furnace on the market, the XX CENTURY. We are also agents for the American Areola Water Heating System. Also if your base burner doors need new mica, we are prepared to fix them. Call and see us or phone 6 or 102. i Miss Lova Moon and little Mart May Hasty went to Mumeie Saturday for a week's visit with Mrs. Ed Movies oeonc to Eastern Indiana Distributor Charles Smiley came home from Louisville where he is engaged in drilling oil and expects to be here for a week. On Saturday he went to the Grant county hospital and submitted to an operation for a growth on his lip which proved to be a cancer caused by a defective tooth. The opera-t:cr was entirely successful. E. H. Pariser Fferl Marion, Indiana 119 Wesj; Fourth Street

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