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Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, September 26, 1921
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TlHE FAIRMOUNT NEWS T ROYAL THEATRE FAIRMOUNT TAXES LOWER THAN 1920 Nine Other Townships in the County, However, Show an Increase Over Last Year .Dress Total taxes in nine of the thirteen - . . , , . f -v aim triiuiciv minus v. . townships of Grant County will beThere were a o thirteen error3 entirely Tuesday Douglas Fairbanks in "Arizona" Also Comedy Thursday Mae Murry in "The Gilded Lily" A romance of New York and its gay night life and & girl whose flash and folly hid a heart of gold. By night a glittering Salamander, she lived on the light of Broadway; laughingly played with fire and escaped. By day a simple hearted,' wholesome girl, as sweet as any that raised their brow at her name , and as good always. Also Pathe Review. We are showing the things iri Wool,' Silk Cotton Dress Goods. a them and get our prices. ACADEMY NOTES The Sweetser high school base ball nine defeated the Academy team on the local diamonds Friday afternoon in a ten inning game, by the score of 12 to 11. The game was very loosely played and minus of thrills made during the game, Sweetser , making 6 and Fairmount 7. One side ' would take the lead and then lose it ; by numerous errors and it took full , ten innings to decide the contest. ; ;iiRh(. for Fa.rm whHe 0win ! and B Anderson showed well for gweetser I The Academy team was greatly' crippl?d by the of and Rot aMe j and ; a j v nP n ir no- rr f hA A nnHflmw hnve tuna nothing to com d with their ; fnrmpi. !-!, Score by innings: 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R. H. E. S. H. S. 3 040003011 12 13 6 F. A. 3011230010 11 14 7 Batteries Sweetser, Owings and Rhomens; Fairmount, I Irvin, J. Irvin , and Scott. j Upper classmen were greatly sur- , prised Thursday morning when they arrived at school to find a large Fresh- j man flag floating over the building. During the night the Freshmen had gained! entrance and had put up a flag of crimson and yellow. The upper classmen upon arrival would not go j uinder the flag and demanded that it be taken down. Prof. Purviance decided that a sack scrap would be the quickest way to settle the argument, so he gave one hoy for the scrap The big idea was'' if the Freshmen won, the flag would remain up till noon and if not would be taken down The Bee Hive Cash Store Get Our Prices on AH Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Friday Robert Warwick in "Told in the Hills" One of the most popular stories ever written; made into one of the finest pictures ever written with cast including Ann Little, Wanda Hawley, Tom Forman and Monte Blue. Also Comedy. Saturday Charles Ray in "Red Hot Dollars" The story of a boy's grit, a girl's devotion and a couple of old men who learned that love is better than hate. Also Comedy. Turnan, Miss M. Wells, Mrs. LaRue, Mrs. Adams. Devotional Topic "These Little Ones." Program Leader Mrs. Bevington. "The Kingdom and the Nations," Chapter IV. Africa and Latin America. Current Events Mrs. A. C. Atkinson, Mrs. Day, Mrs. Morris. Mystery Box. May Hostess Mrs. Olfather; Mrs. C. Lewis, Mrs. Hollingsworth, Mrs. All- as soon as the contest was over. ' - - The scrap was in two halves each of j Hostess Mrs. Traster; Mrs. Payne, ten minutes and ten minutes between. Mrs Millerf Mrs. Mittank, Mrs. Bart-The scrap was well fought and it was ; Ungf Mary parker, M. Hollingsworth, not until the closing moments of the j Mrg Mullen, Mrs. D. Lewis, Mrs. contest that the Freshmen's superior j John Smith. number began to tell. When the) Devotional Topic "Essentials of whistle sounded for the end the Fresh- j Ambassadorship Faith." new and See Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leer spent Sun day with relatives inMiami. Mrs. Eddie Smith of the Pt. Isabel neighborhood is very ill at the Marion hospital. Mrs. Anne Horine continues very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alta Long. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless drove to Swayzce Sunday to visit Mr. Curless' father who is quite ill. Elsworth Harvey and. Marion were the Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harvey. family guests of of Miss Lola Swaim has returned to her position in the Bee Hive after a week's vacation. Miss Harriett Monahan, a teacher in the schools at Anderson, was the over Sunday guest of her parents. Hal Langsdon left Sunday to resume his studies in the Indiana Den tal College in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg of Indianapolis, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Rachel Lyons. - Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mayer and family of Fowlerton, were guests at the Weyler home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. McKinley entertained as their guest at Sunday dinner, Rev. C. H. Scheick of Gary. Miss Leah and Mildred Lyons spent O A. 3 in . Saturday and Sunday with their sis ter, Mrs. Chas. Sizelove, of Kokomo. Charles T. Parker was back on the job at The Citizens State Bank last week, after a several days absence because of illness. Mrs. Ralph E. Parker and son Junior, left on Friday for Newcastle, for a several days' visit with Mrs. Redding, Mrs. Parker's mother. Miss Maude Kimbrough has returned from a motor trip through Ohio, on which she was accompanied by her uncle, Jim Kimbrough, and her aunt, Mrs. Mary f-tewart. Mr. and Mrs. Charles York had as their Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. John York. Clarence Lemler and De-Merle Lemler of Ft. Wayne, and Mr. and iMirs. Frank Woods of Converse. Miss CecirTetrick left Sunday, accompanying her uncle and aunt, 'Mr. and Mrs. John Benedict on a iriotor trip to New Orleans, La! Miss Tetrick will spend a couple of months in the South. Mrs. Martha Omelvena entertained in her home on Walnut street, Thursday at 6 o'clock dinner, Dr. James Omelvena of Hampton Rhodes, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Hall and sons James and Morris, of Marion. Mrs. Minta Hollingsworth Scott of Noblesville, since last Thursday has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nellie Buck and other friends and rela tives here. Mrs. Scott was a former Fairmount resident. Mrs. Susan Monahan entertained at a family dinner S.unday at her home on South Walnut street, the guests being her immediate family and near relatives, including the following George Conway and wife of Swayzee, Jim VanNess and wife, Ora VanNess and family and Floyd Hamilton of Summitville; and John Monahan and family, Walter Downing and family, Charles Smiley and family, Tom Monahan and wife and Mrs. Forcum. Good higher this year than thsy were last, according, to figures based on estimates now turned in. A seventeen and one-half cent decrease in Fairmouoit township tax levy has been estimated. This is the largest drop of any townsh,P ,n the county. Suns town-hip levy will drop ten cents, if estimates hold. Jefferson is expected to drop three cents. Pleasant township will remain the same according to present indications tenter townsmp wnn an esumaiea t increase of forty-six cents leads the j list for big increases. Lflmparauve levies are as iuuows; A- -H (Estimated) 1921 1920 Van Buren 1.91 1.77 Washington 1.61 1-60 Pleasant 1.55 1.55. Richland 1.23 1.22 Center 2.11 1.65 Mill , 1.52 1.41 Monroe 1.50 1.47 Jefferson 1.56 1.59 Fairmount 1.125 1.29 Liberty 1.17 1.16 Green 1.08 1.05 Sims 1.24 1.34 Franklin 1.23 1.00 These figures for 1921 are only estimates, however, due to the fact that the state levy has not been definitely set and other levies can only be estimated on last year's taxes. EARL DAVIS GIVEN BIRTHDAY SURPRISE The members of Class No. 2, of the Little Ridge Sunday school planned and carried out Sunday a complete surprise on "Earl Davis who lives on ffhe William' Cox farm, dne mile west of Fairmount. The occasion was Mr. Davis' birthday anniversary and Mr. Davis was given a splendid birthday dinner in honor of the day. Those oresent were the members of the class as follows: W. W. Ware, teacher of class No. 2, and wife, A. B. Brewer and family, Rene Jones and family, Geeorge Hasty and family, Joe Mart and family, Frank Wright and wife, Glen Harrold and wife and Charles Wood and wife. Also, guests of honor as follows: Rev. Benjamin Pur-viance, Rev. Hiram Harvey and wife, Frank Davis and wife, Calvin Hancock and wife, Elmer Stookey and wife and son Glenn Allen, John Caldwell and wife and Edith and Frank Wright. MANUAL TRAINING CLASS REWIRING HIGH SCHOOL. The members of the manual training class of the high school, under the direction of Prof. Wm. Meyer, head of the manual training department, are engaged in th work of rewiring the high school biulding, in connection with the completion of the four new class rooms and the new gymnasium adjacent to the building. The old wiring system is obsolete, and found to be entirely inadequate to the needs of the combined new structure, and the manual training class is putting in an entire new system of wiring. The class is also in stalling a power circuit to accommo date two electric motors which will be used in connection with the new heat ing and ventilating system now being installed at the Washington street building. FRIENDS FROM GASTON SURPRISE REV. SWEENEY. On last Sunday morning about fif teen people carrying baskets filed in to the Sunday school room of the M. E. church just as the S.unday school hour was about half oyer. These good people proved to be members of Revr"C. B. Sweeney's former charge at Gaston and they weTe perpetrating a surprise upon Rev. Sweeney and family. They came for Sunday school and church and brought' well filled baskets from which an excellent din ner wag Bpread at noontime in ' the parsonage. It was a ary joyful re union of old friends and co-workers. FARM BARN BURNED DURING ELECTRIC STORM. During the electrical storm of Saturday night a barn on the Mrs. James Phillips farm west of town was struck by lightning, and burned to the ground. Two horses, a cow, farm implements and considerable hay and grain was also burned, the loss being consider able. The barn was nearly consumed ; before the fire was discovered. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. C H. Sheick of Garret, Ind., preached both morning and evening in the Fairmount Baptist church, Sunday. ; Sunday afternoon Rev. Clarence Wilhelm preached and communion was observed. The public is invited to attend services, next Sunday morning and evening. Rev. Scheick will again preach. j T ! ! j i W. F. M. Society Year's Program (Continued from Page One) program Leader Mrs. Traster. "Abecedary." Christmas Offering. Lesson I "Whv " Dues paying day. Current Events Rev. C. B. Sweeney. Mystery Box. December 27 Hostess Mrs. C. Jones; Mrs. Lou Kimes. Mrs. Ida Heck, Mrs. Naber, rs r t. Kircher. Devotjonai Topic "Debtors All." proj,ram Leader "The Kingdom and the Nations." chapter II. China. Current Events Mary McTurftan, Mrs Lou Kimes Mrs. Lafe Ribble. Mvsterv Box. January 24 Hostess Mrs. Curless; Mrs. Langs- don, Mrs. Moon, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Gunn Devotional Topic "Essentials of Ambassadorship," Vision. Program Leader Mrs. Hollingsworth. "Abecedary." Lesson II. "What." Current Events Mrs. A. S. Roberts Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Mrs. Will Brown. Mystery Box. February Hostess IMirs. Wm. Parrill; Miss Lucia Parrill, Mrs. Tobin, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Day. Devotional Topic "To the Unknown God." Program Leader Mrs. Lloyd Campbell. "The Kingdom and the Nations." Chapter III. India. Dues Day. - Current Events Lucia Parrill, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Bartling. Mystery Box. March-Hostess Mrs. Selby; Mrs. L. Kircher, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. McAtee, Mrs. Edwards. Devotional Topic 'Essentials of Ambassadorship, Consecration. "Abecedary," Lesson III. How. Mrs. Hollingsworth. Current Events Mrs. Payne, Mirs. Stephens, Mrs. Olfather. Mystery Box. Annual Thank Offering. April Hostess Mrs. Holliday; Mrs. Mc- red, Mrs. A. S. Roberts. Devotional Topic "Essentials of Ambassadorship, Kingdom Patriotism. Program Leader Mrs. Ilort Ribble. "Abecedary." Lesson IV, Where. Current Events Mary Parker, Mrs. Lou Kimes, Mrs. Claud Jones. Mystery Box. June (Annual Picnic) Hostess Mrs. Ross; Mrs. Dare, I Mrs. Sweeney, ' Mrs. Sehlagenhaft, j Mrs. Bevington, Mrs. Dreyer. j Devotional Topic "fhe World's R2-! deemer." Progrnm Leader Mrs. McAtee. "The Kingdom and the Nations." Chapters V and VI. What the World Needs and What is Required of Us. Current Events Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Horner, Mrs. Gunn. Mystery Box. July-Hostess Mrs. Leer; Mrs. L. Ribble, ;M"rs. Horner, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. A. C. Atlrnson. Devotional Topic "Essentials of Ambassadorship," Prayer. "Abecedary." Lesso- V Evangelistic and Medical Work. Mrs. Selby. Current Eve"' Mrs. Haugh, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Salyers. Mystery Eox. August (Mite Box Opening) Hostess iMrs. Haugh; Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. C. L. Roberts, Mrs. Gift, Mrs.- LaMont Brown. Devotional Topic "Essentials 'of Ambassadorship," Service. "Abeced7, ary." Lesson VI. Educational Work. Mrs. Mary McTurnan. Current Events Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. C. L. Roberts, Mrs. Hollingsworth. Mystery Box. September Hostess Mrs. E. Parker; Mrs. Salyers, Mrs. Hort Ribble, Mrs. E. Kime, Helen Wells. Devotional Topics--" of Ambassadorship." Giving.. Harvesting the Mites Mrs. Dreyer. Current Events Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Selby. Mystery Box. Since 1865 the duration of human life in England has risen about a third. f Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate ' There was a time when Tailor made clothes cost more. That is not true now. We will fit you. Your clothes will reflect your individuality. American Cassimers for fall, $28.00 and $30.00. "Our responsibility is your guarantee." Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS Li Miss Addie Leach assisted as clerk in The Bee Hive Cash Store last week. Mrs. Orley Harris of Muncie, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jabe Winslow. Virgil Tetrick and family spent the i.IVLHV J - Villi 1.' ill V , IV. tl 1 1 1 UUU' ' ' s L day for Pennville. Lieut. Commander Surgeon James G. Omelvena, U. S. Navy, stationed at Hampton Roads, Va., was the guest of his step-mother, Mrs. Martha Omelvena, Thursday and Friday. tM?r. and Mrs. J. B. Whitely went to Howard county Friday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ball, called there by the illness of Mr. Whitely's father, G. C. Whitely, who is suffering acutely with heart trouble. Cyril Edward, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tetrick, has been the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. John Dare. The parents arrived from Carthage for the week-end and Cyril Edward accompanied thorn to their borne in Carthage. The News is in receipt of a letter from Rev. H. T. Arnold, former pastor of the local Wesleyan Methodist church, now in charge of the Mt. Etna circuit of the church. Rev. Arnold states that he likes the new place finejtut that he misses the Fairmount people very much. J.' A. West, advertising manager for the Logansport Pharos-Tribune, and iMhrsv, West, accompanied by Mr. Lewis, of the circulation department, and Miss Marie Bahr, auditor, and Miss Ruth Madary, bookkeeper, motored to Fairmount Sunday and were the afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Roberts'. STOCK HAULING To Indianapolis Rate cutto 40c a hundred. Call Phone 211. Icaac Malone a PE0PL I men had two of the three sacks near- est their goal which meant victory for them. S.chool was taken up lmmeui- ately after the contest and the flag left up till noon, much to the dislike of the defeated Sophomores. Wessie Lewis of last year's Junior class and the basket ball squad, is slowly improving from a severe attack of blood poison received a lew montns . . - ii ago from letting an iron pump tall on his foot. Lewis will be unable to play during the first semester, but it is hoped he will be in shape later. Lewis was a strong candidate for a position on the 'varsity five this year. The Senior class enjoyed a chicken fry Friday night at the home of Miss Mary Moon, living lour miles east oi ; the Academy. The trip was made in a larjre wagon. Music, games and a real chicken fry furnished the enter- . , i. i tainment. A good time was reported by everyone. Basket ball fans no doubt will be very glad to know that two games have been scheduled with Marion, one of the Academy's oldest rivals. JOHN DYE DIES AT HOME SUNDAY. John Dye, well-known Jefferson township farmer, died S.unday morning at his home near Matthews from heart trouble from which he has been suffering for seme time. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the home. WILL RECEIVE BIDS FOR HASTING FARM. O. R. Scott, commissioner, announces that he will receive bids at his office on Saturday, Oct. 1, for the Hasting farm, which has been advertised for sale at 'commissioners sale. THAT BAD BACK Do you have a dull, steady ache in the small of the back sharp, stabbing twinges when stooping or lifting distressing urinary disorders? For bad back and weakened kidneys Fairmount residents recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor. Read this Fairmount statement. Mrs. Emma Egdorf , 3rd & Vine Sts. says: "My kidneys troubled me and I felt dull and sluggish most of the time. ' I had severe headaches and my. back was weak and lame and often ached. I had rheumatic pains in my limbs and suffered so I couldn't stand on my feet long enough to do ironing or wash dishes. My kidneys acted too . frequently. I used Doan's Kidney Pills from H. W. Hahne's Drug Store. ' I hey gave me relief from the aches and the rheumatic pains left and I feel fine." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that MVs. Egdorf had. Foster-Milburn Mrs. Green had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y j , , 1 j j j ; j j I j mm - W V m Heat 1 our uuncaiow, j Cottage, or Flat with ' a Hot Water Cellar not ary put in any small house without disturbing present heating arrangements, un-til ready to use with the sir IDEAL - Areola SE Radiator-Boiler &US&yl .i-f.- a : T?;atorain adjoining room. The durable, mojt "'rr AT,7n -Ki7. .most rOKAL-Areola Radiator -BoUera for small houaea without cellars. Hot .water heating aa simple and easy ana- nms; a ttovr em Bra 1 au 1 Estimates J. Cheerfully Given Without Obligation C. HARRIS Phone 10S5 Summitville, Indiana IMIrs. Maria Scott has Tcturned from a three weeks visit with friends and relatives at Straughn, Knightstown and Indianapolis. " ' ' ; ' ."'iV'--"" -

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