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September 22, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 5

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Mr; and Mrs. Isaac Hall entertained j Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Dora Reeder and Zola Little called company from Elwood Sunday. jJohn Jackson. In the afternoon they i on Wessie Lewis last Fridav evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hill of Fairmount all called on Grandma Leer, who Herbert Mittank has pone to his j called on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigmore ; makes her home with Mrs. Alfred home in Marion to enter high school. Sunday afternoon. s Kemmer. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rich and fami- ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnett spent Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd, Mr. Clyde 1 ly, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Smith visited; Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. j Miller took Sunday dinner with Miss j'in Kokomo Sunday. i Art Comer. . Nellie Davis of Orestes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill and sons, S I ,TIr- and Mrs- p- Bayless, Mrs. j Charles and Donald, of Anderson, i ' H. Markle were shoping in Ma- spent Sunday with the former's uncle I DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m fi 1 1 Mrs Daisv Comer and children and ! RADLEY jj ' Mrs. Mary Comer attended the school Li U reunion at Center Saturday. Mrs. " : : : : 7 j Daisv Comer was a former pupil o ov... xvfg. . , iVntpr school. Mr. and Mrs. Joe James and ehil- NEW MULBERRY j rion, last lhursday. i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and daugh- i Mrs. Alice Seward and children, ter Zola- Sunday at Center. Sunday opens at 10 o'clock. Russell Thompson spent o dren of Marion were Sunday evening i : Kcoerta and Courtland of Muncie, Art Leach and Basil X Tnderwood at.. with Ralph Worune. j familr. j F. M. Robins and family are mov- were visiting relatives here this week, tended Sunday school last Sunday at AUCTIONEE R ine Jones v nirei auniaj s..i-"m rn cnmt fKo n-i- - in? to the south part ot the state. Airs, w ill Smith and children fcve- ! Ploaeanf Hmvo , prnrv cs a t ro a anprni TV STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. home. i viien uunng ana wne nave gone to yn ana varieton ol fowlerton, ttirs. j Raymond Robertson visited Wessie j Call at my expense. Phone 2. on. IS Vergia Elliott, Miss Miss Irene hm?-C(S VcSUY'' ' Slh M H-n,1 niht lsSajtn ni; mgs sister, Mrs. Erne right. .with Mrs. Ida Markle. j r t !l 1 Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Duling and son,! L .Mr: Mrs. James Thompson and Miss Pau Fayne enter- Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON held their Sunday school and ehurcii: services at Matter park Sunday. , Dinner was served at the noon hour and a splendid program was enjoyed in the afternoon. Mrs. Anna Crider visited a couple of daw ssi week in Marion with hsr ne:e:,Mrs. Verlin Clark. have entered school at the Academy t tained Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Lester, had an accident Monday, near POINT ISABEL Miss Charlotte and Bonita Cox spent Saturday afternoon with their grandmother, Mrs. John Cox. Mrs. Charles Leach, and- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yarber. Tuesday evening Zola Little enter- the New Mulberry school house when an automobile struck .the buggy in which they were riding, up setting the buggy and throwing them out. They escaped with minor injuries. Mrs. S. A. Hall is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholson and tained at a backward party, Misses family entertained at dinner Sunday, Irne PajTie, Gladys O'Mara, Zola Un-Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nicholson and derwood. Mary Haisley, Martha Little. POULT R Y WANTED Miss Clara Oram is attending high baby and Miss Clara Collins of Ma- Edith Lloyd, Dorothy Relfe, Frances rehool at Jcnesboro. FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Creciaft, Reporter Mrs. Edmon Garrison called at the home of Mrs. Liberty Hamilton rion. j Jones, Lucile Haisley, Lllebell VV m- Berlin Seward is suffering from ananins, Messrs Donald Cecil, Webster attack of blood poison, resulting from Lewis, Everret Smith, Chester Smith, an injury he received while riding Leslie Harshbarger, Palmer Little, a bicycle last week. . Burl Winanins, Jesse Haisley, Fred Mr. and Mrs . George Rogers of Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. John Newbury were A check for more money guaranteed, if you rell to me. Phone me, I pay 'phone charges If I buy. W. T. WELLS Phone 594-B ' Suramitviile, Ind. Preparations For Rallv Day i John Himclick and family, Mr. and fcuesls of Mrs. .Margaret om iun- rowlerton Visited relatives at Wind- T.itHv Refreshments werp served on l..,v VTiit.x- ch-.l r a. M- wiliarvl Hi-iertnn 9ttdii1a.1 rh u . Th-? Fow I""'" """"O .... . ' " " .. .. . . ,r tt :n. -ri r i . . ... at North miss iuryiie nammon was in .Mat- iai ounaay ana canea on relatives here e are preparing a surprise program j liauie'.d revival service the back of plates, consisting of sandwiches, wafers and orangeade. Art Payne spent Saturday night with his grandfather, Henry Roberts. thews Jaturaay. ; fcunoay evening on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Doxey Miller, son and Mrs. John Jackson visited Mrs. Al-Essa, and daughter Opal, were Sun- fred Kemmer Sunday afternoon, day guests of 3t r. and Mrs. A. Roberts j Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hipes and of Fowlerton. children visited relatives in Fairmount to be given in a Rally Day service . Back Cieek Sunday afternoon and which will be announced later. Eaei Sunday night. , class is preparing its own subjects or ' jcvn F. Newbv and familv took its part of the entertainment in sc-- eraijav dinner with Mrs. Margaret ret, so that the other classes do not : iorn. Gambling with dice and cards has ! Sunday evening, know what is being prepared until FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER . FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indian Call us at our expense Mr. and Mrs. William Fleener, Miss prevailed from the earliest times. Arthur and Herbert Tusing of Mil- : ford, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jar- ; r COMMUNITY ITEMS Garnet Fleener and John Titus mot- ' ored to Fowlerton and visited rela- ' l tives Sunday afternoon. j Mrs. Chester Wilson and her two vis took supper witn Jonn Leacn and family Tuesday evening. j Miss Lacy Leach has returned Tiome ; from North Webster, Ind., where she ' Ivan Seward and Perry McClintock ; sons, LeRoy and Frank, are the guests the program is completed. There is no doubt but that a very interesting program will be rendered on Rally Day. Baptist Service Next Saturday and Sunday will be the regular monthly church service of t- nrA tr! Stonlfli- flUff n r,A chiidi-cn t'aunne. uien and urviue .-. . ror a iew days ot wr to and from , .;, niffn cnooi, urivmj; spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and visited her uncle, Joseph t'ayne, a part of last week. Miss Leach also school in the latter's machine. iUr' arm iUrs- A,vin '"on. airs. . j Wilson and her boys are enroute from the Farmers - attended a meeting of Mrs. Alhe Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Ananias Smith had as their guests Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of Gas ! California to New York where she the Fowkrtcn Primitive Baptists, j Federation association of Kosciusko 1 Coninvari'.cn set vice will he observed county, which was held at Winona 1 LITTLE RIDGE i ii J fl V pm, ,. Citv, Mrs. Logan of Bryant and For- future home. Mr". Wil.-on is accompanied by Miss Err.i'e I'enton of Salt A-.;v.x.t wuuiv ' t?v ' i i . , L v, I HI If LI lias ItlUl uvvi ' rest Shoemaker of Geneva, A tnicciiino r fallr was irivpn laf Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and daugh- siaville, will be in charge. A basket : home after visiting the first part of dinner will also be served on Sunday) the week with Wm. Johnson and fami- . . " " j , T 1 - ...i. . . . . - , . Bertha, had as their dinner guests Sabbath morning by Miss Jewel, of : v.uy wno k-,cs i.. New iorK to in the basement and preaching ser missionary ooara oi ihkc up sciiooi wors rn .oiuniuia uni i) at jiaunews . ' Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson the friends vice will be held again in the Mr. Starbuck, father r Mrs. l eter and ks Garnet Dav of Rigtfon and Richmond. ! Pearson, east of town, who has been . - t v , . , , , : . ... v.i.w tlie t.irii imly onr bill to take citr" of KX- Ml CO MOTOR Oil. f-r aiMiniolilp. at'foplanf s. trnotors, vti nr- iiri- !f hirh qiiiilit y uiiO (M'st mt u at f ,iir ) t'ff :it CITY GARAGE versity, ill be held Thurs- home of Mr. and ; - - , -.miss viiauys lAari.. ..ittr iiic-lmik i in poor health for some time is re-. . r iri.:. i fU .HI. .tus, blUUI ii V I i l 1 1 1 1 1 C0 1 1 VI V I H . 1 11 III t no HIV v" W. C T. U. Items j ported no better, he is confined to his Hebrew 13 chap-; Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Mart motored to Mrs. Charles Wood Q The Fowlerton W. C. T. U. met i l ed a part of the tin e. Thursday evening with Mrs. AdalmOj The Fowlerton Missionary Society Atkinson. The meeting was opened served lunch at Hur h Deeren's sale with s---r.g service. Mrs. Ei;.th Cas- '. Tuesday. They also served at- Charter read the lTnh chapter of 1st Cor., lv Leach's sale two weeks ago and EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Randolph eovmty last week on a com- i ter. binfd business and pleasure trip. I Mr, ahd Mrs. Marion Jetferies ami Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florea and son Robert Winslow of New Castle son Henry, spent the week-end with were guests Sabbath with Mrs. Jeffer-relatives in Clay county, being called , ies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Denny there by the serious illness of Mrs. Winslow. Mr. JefTeries returning Florea's nephew. home and Mrs. JefTeries and son re- Mrs. Ellen Smith and Mrs. Reveire mainin"- rver for the week. Smith had as their guests at dinner j A. latlifT, one of the superin-rccentlv. Mrs. Anna Knight and Mrs. tcndeius of Sundav school work in dollars. Mrs. Hattie Mevers and Mrs. Lennie cleared over twenty- Svyy? fry irf7?i7; LlB )( :' Gilford, Ind., Arthur Tusing of 3 visited Monday and Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Jarvis, who has ' r the sick list for several days. Mr. Tusir.g was accompanied by a Irons, Pereuteitorp, Grills ai d Tjasters . Birdie Dove of Iowa, Mrs. Nathan Indiana Yearly Meeting, visited Spice- Dickerson led In prayer. A goodly number answered roll call with scripture texts. After a short business session, proceeded with the election of cifk-ers: Mrs. Ler.nie Dickerson was elected president, Ollie Duling, vice president; Adaline Atkinson, secretary; Delia Dulinsr. treasurer. Dele-crates r.arnexl to attend the state convention are Lennie Dickerson, Ada- cousin, tlernert lusmg. iney reium- Davidson and daughter Miss Mary, land mceinr last Sibbath morning. ed home ednesday morning Mrs Roy Duncan and son and Will; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Suckey and s;n l4 .Mrs. csaran Larpemer, .ui i.m Hutchinson of Marion. ! Glenn Allen, attended church at Atkinson and family attended a birth- JoVri payne of near Back Creek Qmker Back Creek last Sabbath and E. B. COUCH DENTIST 4 ( Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to 5 Broyles Electric Co. 110 V. Fourth Marion vutx vni.wvi was a guest C5aturaay nignt ana cun- OTrp entertained for dinner at the lire Atkinson and Tura Jones, alter-! N;na Bates of Fairmount. Sunday. home ofJrs. Stuekey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i nomas Dyson of Fairmount. i J. B,. Whiteley. who was taken suddenly ill last Sat-day mornint; at his home west of r airmount has improved considerably. dav of Paul Todd. Mrs. Stella Thompson spent Fridav with her sister. Mrs. Mary Moon. Mrs. Elmira Newhouse, who suffered p. stroke of paralysis several months is now in a serious condition with heart trouble. .ates si-e Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn ar.Ji Elder N. L. Ford had charge of Mrs. Myrtle Mahor.ey. It was voted Baptist church service Saturday and at this meeting that the W. C. T. LV Sunday at the Island church at Mil-organize and support ai L. T. L. The ' ford. vote wa ur.an::n U5!y carried. Beni- j Mrs. Margaret Corn accompanied Miction was proncuncel by Mrs. Eva j r ar,i Mrs. John F. Newby to Mat-Partridr-e. ! thews Sundav where they attended iiiiiiiiiin Mr. and Mrs. Denny mslow en- Several from this place have been . il. e,.j.r at services at the Harmony Baptist, pttending revival meeting at Back ; pujiin nf Marion and son. Mr. church. Bitten by Dog. church. i Creelc. irharlos PhiUn of Obi Mr nnl Mrs John Smith is suffering this week j The stock and fixtures of the R-p- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and chil-; Marion Tr?r-riP, anA rtn nf vP,v r,t. 10) from a dor bite received Sundav morn- ert A. Reward drug store will be sol t dren, Marie, Mildred and Aen, 'Mr. ye u, ,n,j tpg Albert Andws ing when he went on an errand to the', at public auction Friday, Sept 30, at nrd Mrs Branson Hmfrnford and , j!a7 and Jav Milan and home of Goo. Ailes Not seeing any- 1 o clock p. m. children, Ivma and John, Milt Gibson i dauijhters Alberta and Marjory Jane one OI tne ioiks at nome, ne ioui:u i .mv. ana viun noiui ana st'u ui ifs, ii m .ui nriix the art icle for which he went and Sunday guests of Mr. and irs. rre terson attended orchestra practice at, i- R Whitelev had a?' ir.g that the hound was cross, j Curtis. , . the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jul- . m,ittT last FHdav mVht snd know but securely tied, he reached for the Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leach of irm Friday night . , ' Saturdav. Mr. and MrsWm. Dva. of , articl e which was close to the dog and Muncie, were here on pusmess w ea- Mrs. fctaniey tinott ana .nrs. uaMa rsirfi.1(i va and Widav and Tur. i he took hold of it the dog nesday. were shopping m Marion Monday. j.r n,:. Lk i a,i M J p. just as him bv the arm. biting i Mrs. Lucir.da Osborn of near M?.t- Mrs. Sarah Tvgart spent lhursday ' . , i.. ',. . s crabbed afternoon with Mr?. Stella Thompson thws was a Fowlerton visitoT batur- Mr. anvl Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold were mi 1 through the moscie and lacerating a place ore and ore-half inches long-tie was hurried to a doctor and the wound i hc-alirg nicely, though it is very painful and sore. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and son Howard r.rd Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Sto-wsrt and s-n Flyd of Fowlerton, were guests at dirrer Sunday of entertained for Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Letter Wood. Mr aid Mrs. C. S. "ht had their U'.' .t ever lue v--bb.t r . :r ' dav. VV?.U Tallin and family moved to Muncie Monday. ; Steward Murray, who was badly ibnmed en his feet and ankles two Wright, Mis m t.-, r.l Mr -nd Mr daughter, Miss Adda Jasues Stewart of Fairmount, wete Mabel Cassen and Mus Jewel, a!l of Richmond. Quarterlv Meeting Service. -weeks ago. at the canning factory is Next Saturdav night and Sundav I r.?tt:ng along nicely now. morr.ir the local Weslevan Methodist; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mv-ray callevi will hold their first quarterlv meeting on Mr. Lvtle Bear of Sumnv.tvi.le ' afternoon calVrs. Mahlon Wright of Rockford, -r 1 t U Cvtii'tU 1 Airs. 1 Mil aV . - M L'lllllll ailVI . . . daug hter IV is Irene of near Fowler-! O... has been visiting menus m tivs .ir. I3ear was ar. mount, who is vice-president of the ; employee of the Fowlertcn factory tvn were guest? Mr.dav of the form-1 e.-'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith,! Vicinitv ir airmount. A. E. RatlTff and J. H. Whiteley at rended the Converse fair ast Tl urs- " - . , 1 i x- .1-.1. .sHivr,;kTiCbl nnma h -i r of the tevv-res. , steam on r.is arm. oiooa poison utw-.-.... '-i--'- .v " ,l;i- nvsr cmun, wno wm assist his urunivr j Mr and Mrs. Glenn A. HarroM vis- j lorte.1 and he has been m a serious - . . -v- f condition for several davs. He is re- with work this week. i.. . . . 1 -r spent Tuesday 'ted tne latter s parents, mr. aim ins. Tvf i Georce Jones Tuesday. Is here and those contemplating having Public Sales will do well to consult us before placing their printing order. The right kind of Printing at the right kind of prices. Mr. and Mrs. Wi'ber Wimmer mot- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mart and daugh- .s ored to Converse Sundav and snent i ter Lena and Mr. and Mrs. Henry ; the aftemocn with Burr Eaton 'and Cretsinrr of arion, were callers camiy. - Sundav evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. ; t " Mr! "and Mrs. Reveire Smith made i Whiteley. ,0her cahers were Rev r a Vusiness trip to Marion' Mondav. , and Mrs. Hiram Harvey and Mr. and : - Mrs. Stella Thompson and Mrs. i Mrs. Wm. Ware. ' Err Marv Moon and son Wavne spent 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daugh- ; "rVday afternoon with Mrs. Lon ter, Marjory Jane of New Burlington, ; r2 Moon. j Ohio, who were over Sunday guests ' ss Mr. fnd Mrs. Thomas Jones and son ! of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ware attended Howard, were guests Friday evening church services at Little Ridge last 2 of James Sbswtirt and family. j Sabbath. They returned to their I j The peelir.c machines at the canning ported better now i factorv which have been in operation , Mr. and Mrs Clan Owrns were a rart of the time are again out 'v guests of Henry Owens and fami-of commission and tomatoes this weeTv ! v- , , . are bein- peeled bv hand with just j , Rv. Elmr Max-ers and Avife o f this Jut Wal help. I.ast week we were ! Toe took nday dinner with Mr. assisted a part cf the time with help ; ar'v Mrs- John Corn, from Gas Citv. It is thought that Mr. Sam Hasty of Muncie, still . the big-est and best part of the to- remains in a serious condjticn , tnato c2m ha bcn brought in by the Hardesty of this place is firnterTand on account of rain last i tidmg a few week the tomatoes were m bad shape, J l.i rirt wl P it is beped they will be better for this t " Al b.rts enter- week s run. at guay dinner 31r. and Mrs. "" t Doxev Miller and children, Mr. and Local and Personal j "vnil Com and son Russell. Tlie ' Miss Sarah Dickerson returned afternpc,n callers were Mr. and Mrs. ? home Saturday afternoon from Spen-1 parrie Leese and Mr. and Irs. Elgie cor, where she formerly lived. Miss Richards. Dickerson sold her property at that i t,h 5?m5tb ws bit. hv doe- owned I The hoy Monday. I! The Little Ridge W. C. T. U. has!- FsiiraiioiLant News elected the following officers for the s s l! RIGDON j II u i coming year: president, Mrs. Etta ; ; Doherty; vice-president, Mrs. Sadie B. Harrev; secretary, Mrs. Dora E. t A surprise party -was held Friday place and trucked her household goods George Ales Sundav. "The wouna j evening at the heme of Mr. and Mrs m 2 Whiteley, treasurer, Mrs. Anna Win slow. . A good sized crowd attended the prayer meeting last Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mrs. Etta Doherty and Mrs. Sadie oacK to rowierxon ana piacea tnem m s ausmg much pain. j ""y rarsons in nonor of Mrs. far- storage with the exception of a few j Cecil Corn and familr spent Sun- sons and Alfred Clwplin the occas on pieces whieb she takes to her father's : ar th. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marrin 1 being the birthday wf each, about home, with whom she will make ber j cf 'near M arion. j twenty -five were present. Refresh- future home. j Mr and Mrs. Earl Aflen and Will t ments of ice cream and cake were Mrs. Rena Himelick and Mrs. Lon- ; Smith were in Marion recently. j served. Pie Dickerson called on Mrs. Ben Ice Mr. and Mrs. D. Ker were in ; . Mrs. Gertrude Dickey :s visiting re- Harvey attended thexcimty W. C. T. 5 U. convention held at Second Friends j church in Marion Wednesday. rrs Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Ice has i Marion Mondar. natives m Toledo. rn -.i t tUv.W and rhil-! Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClintr-k covers Southern Grant County and to reach the farmers of" Southern Grant no better medium can be used than the Fairmount News. dreh "called on relatives "in Fairmount J family spent Sunctay near White Sunday afternoon. . . . i-1' been in poor health for several months. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach and Mrs. Marv Roberts visited their brother, Joe Leach and wife last Sunday. Civile Richards visited relatives An j oeerai irom tnis vicinity amended !! GRANT IMS' Muncie Sunday. the Converse fair last week. Misses IOTTthv Tliokpv T r man, Edith Fleener, Messrs Claud sr.! Scott, Russel Brown, and fil Sereral of this neighborhood attend- Maurice Warner, President m Coahran spent Wednesdav evening atl1 nE neia at uacK m : the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Ora Todd Crk last vrek' m l Tlie Willing Workers are tdannin Miss Wright is nursing Wessie Earl Al!en, Cashier BANIC FOWLERTON n r 3 REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS! 5 INTEREST 100 SAFETY INSURANCE RENTALS to give a Hom talent play some time Ii who doesnt improve very fast. in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. James Pavne and sons ! Mrs. Kate Hueston spent Sunday John and Arthur, spent Saturday af- fte moon at the home of Mr. and ternoon slioppim? in Marion, r ru MJleSt: fir Mrs Emma Harrison visited Sun- UtEhJLi telV r i1."' dav afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Maaugof'Sl SltEi . i Mack were married last Mondav. i Dan Jonwn and daughter Dessie, 1 Bonnie ' M And i rou are i Rnncf Yntir Tnwti You can ber buihHt, y. U Dosi: 1 our i own otour tieps. You W-w A county meetinr- of th Chfistin enteitameu ior.ounuay umner, .urs. our citizens. Yott attend one of our ehnrohes. Your children go to our scliools. You help support our institutions. It's vour town, so stand by it. Say a gwd word for it everv time vou can. Get behind every movement to Improve it. Let's oo-opVrat to make our town the best little town of Its size in the.whole oountrv. I Talk ' It , Over Viola Inglis and daughter Nettie, Mr and Mrs. Lon Hildreth and son Donald. The afternoon callers were Guy Jbhnson and family, Everret and Oris Hiatt and grandma Wheaten. g chpivches was held at Leisure Tuesday. US i S,urper and dinner were both served Gj'in the basement of the church, fc M-" Grimm wnt ra bo Rush county Saturday to spend a I i?v vtmg relatives. I Fowlerton Bank, Fowlerton, Indiana Hazel Leach spent Monday evening 1: WWW!1 .lr. nJ AIr A!ilinAlaVcn vbm shopping in Marion. fliiifi;:;iiiii:uiiittiiiii;iiiii:;iiiiiiii!:;iiiii::p

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