The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 13, 1921 · Page 8
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, October 13, 1921
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THE PAIRMOUNT NEWS t See Jay's furniture HrAe, how it is. CHARIVARI GANG DOES FINE WORK Mrs. Clinton Winslow has gone to Columbus, O., to be with her sister, who is ill in a hospital. LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffice for the week ending Oct. 11, 1921, which if not called for in two weeks will be sen-, to the dad letter office: Loring Vanmeter. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. Henry Barber- made a business trip to Marion Tuesday. It's No SeareU: Newly Weds and New Residents Share and Share Alike in the Night's Jollification Calvin Stopp of Marion college spent Sunday with Rev. J. J. Coleman and family. Mr. Stopp is from New Jersey, and was a student at Central S. C in .i Fairmount's old-time charivari Did you hare company last week? Main 265 will be glad to hear all about Miss Lena. Norman who has bven qe ill for a we 'k at the home of Mr and Mrs. II. P.nonr, is able to Iks v,.-.4 4 r j . " "ntre Rev Isaiah Jay's rug display is the finest and cheapest in southern Grant in charge of a Wesle- uiai. uiuiiyajr it((iiv, onvi m uoiernan was good working order, as will be vouched yan 8chool. for by a rJumber of victims, caught ! entirely unawares. About all of the "" (out again. leaders of years ago were in the har- re- ; ness and assisted by the members of Frar.k Alcorn of Gifford, III tuuud to hi- rome Tuesday aier ! the Fairmount band, the crowd work- We are still selling 36 inch Brown Muslin, per yard, 10c. 36 inch Bleached Muslin v free from starch) per yard 12V&C. Dark Outing Flan nel for comforts, per yard, 15c The best assortment of Fancy Bath Towels ever shown in Fairmount. jspeiMing a few days at the home of 1 overtime, but left nothing undone. ( Mr. and Mrs. II- Barber. Th? fim victim was Councilman Bert Kelley, who with his bride is Mrs. Marv West has returned to her ,ivln at 318 South MiU street' Em ! home it. Camden, O., after an extended ! orv c Adams, living at Walnut and j visit with her sister, Mrs. Jesse Hais- ! Jefferson streets, was the next bene- lev of West Washington street. IQ1C5 10 recede me au.em.un ui w j merrymakers. Carl McComb? of 210 , , , . , ... South Walnut happened to be away Russel Stephens, who was taken ill ' . , A n 1 j t. . . . , . T ,. ,from home whei the gang called, and PUBLIC STOCK SALE The undersigned will sell at Public Auction on their farm, three miles southeast of Fairmount and three miles southwest of Fowlerton, Ind., on Thursday, Oct. 20th The following personal property, to-wit; 34 Head of Pure Bred Scotch Topped and Bates Breeding Cattle 34 Head of Cows and Heifers. 10 Head of Bulls and Calves i . , . . ... , escaped a rule in the calf wagon, tal collece, where he was taking a; . . . t. .t .",.'... . , . Elbert Kimes of the City garage, ! course n! dentistry, has returned home. ... t . l i . i h j j who throughout the first part of the . , , , - ., . . evening had been one of the haxers, ! John Coahran and family who have .... , - . . i, ... o .. , . . . .was given his turn, and performed in Ibeen living on South Barclay street,! ... T ,, . , , . . . . good style. Lawrence Buller, married have moved to the tenant house on the ... . . I , , - i-i . years ago, but who recently moved to 4 The Bee Hive Cash Store l . inivvii uiv iv acaaia vnv t of town. It is No SecretStar Brand Shoes Are All Leather. j Isaiah Jay has choice wall paper at j half-price. j residei.Ve property at 0D South Wal- nut street, from his Liberty township farm, received attention of the crowd, I as did Albert Morris, who also prad- uated from Liberty township within I the past year. j To top otf the evening, County Com-! missioner John Ileavilin, who with jhis wife moved from their farm i.uth- east of town to Fairmount to spend the winter, was called upon to fur- I William McCormick and family were T ; dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Little at their country home 1 j southeast of town. E0PLE ,,v,.v. .v... v ; Have An Individual Suit Don't Bs a Duplicate 1 Mrs. Angelina rearson IS quite ill n " , ;'."'", Si) homo of her 'Wimwi nnuiy. nnvr n iimii wth vith neuritis at the sdausrhter, Mrs. Jants saut and -done, the crowd marched to Dimett near the Big Four railroad siding, near Mrs. Minnie Thomas, of Wabash, ! Kmghtstowi.. k - - Washington street, where L. M. Gale, I. . f -- tr .; ........ 1:.. resident. ti , , a iormrr r uirmouiifc n'jiuniu nun nv former Fairmount a J P. of Huntington, s was m r airmount exinesaay on ousi ness. iMepnensoii, ci Stenhenson. 10 HEAD OF MULES Consisting of two span of three year olds, green broke: one span of two year olds; two spans of one year olds. One bay horse, five years old, sound and a good worker. TERMS Cash or note for three to six months at eight per cent interest. Anyone not personally known to us. please bring bank reference. Domestic Science Girls from Fairmount Academy will serve lunch on the grounds. W. 0. ieach & Sons Auctioneers: Col. Purl Dean, Puckett &. Son, Clayton Dickerson and Lew Caskey. Robt. A. Morris, Clerk 1' T!.-lii. qrrirnil Vrtflilav Michigan, arrived .Monday .. t v , me n: in M . iivi I k i vv " nuts livurt I'vininii - call CIar?--e 01 a canoaa 01 ppies. ijv it Wednesday to ot his soonded to the greetings and cousin, Miss went to Marion upon their niece I Ethel Gray. j Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bogye spent ! Suiklay in Marion where they were the guests of Luther Davis and family. friends by treating to the apples. There a a tine when Tailor made clothes crt more. That i nt true no. We ill fit j ou. Your clothes ill reflect ycur indi idua'.itjr. American Casimers for fall, ?:5.t0 ar.d $30.00. Our respmsibility is your rvi&rantec." . of Ma-1 Rev' John McCorkhill, wife and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stout HIGH SCHOOL NOTES j rion, ai.M Pr. T. J. Carter, who form . daughter, will to r rankfort, where . thev will attend a ministerial insti-1 ine m session near ierlv practiced medicine in Fa-rmounU -1 but who is now a resident of Witchita, l tute wh,ch wlU bc j Kan., will be the guests of B. P. Bo rue Frankfort. Dr. Aldrich took tho cultures of the : H. S. students Monday. Several of the students wcn permitted to go J home because of sore throat. . J The Juniors and Seniors are plai.'.i- 0 1 and family Friday evening. i Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huston and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ross jwill drive ; to Greencastle Friday where they will , le the guests of their children. Miss i Floy Huston and Vern Ross, who are students at the University. w 1 .iDbie fcros. VOF COURSE) TAILORS SECOND ANNUAL SALE mg a wiener roast. It is thought j thr.t it will be after the game between j 1 the Juniors and Seniors to decide the championship of F. H. S. This game ) will "be played just as soon as the j diphtheria epidemic subsides. ; Beth Winslow aiAl Elsie Sweeney ! weri! absent from school last work. T 1 nvif ..1 t li r- will 1 Miss Holen Cox, teacher of music ard art in the nvrth building of the Fairmount public schools, was given a birthday surprise party Tuesday evening at the heme of Miss Marie Lyons. A pot-luck supper wa enjoyed by the following: Missos Moon. Lyons, Cox, Jores. Smith, Wesser and Hind. A social good time was en-foyed by all. Weslev Woollen, son of x Mr. and returi.Vd vorer has V.or h.'.r ne-Vs vis. Bon- Mr. ar.d M:s. DU ; Mrs. John Woollen living southwest vf town, is thought to be on the road t to recovery, afier "going under the ! knife a second time in the Grant covm-ty hospital. Tho second operation was pevformed last Saturvlay and the ; l-'atient is veptrte! as getting along fill.. We Lead0thers Grant County Duroc Breeders' - - Association Follow WATCH completed so as t-i enable the Juniors: ard fnicrs to play their game in it . as soon as the health officer permits. : Tests are the main feature in tho week's program at the H. S. i ' The II. S. students are plaiAiing to ; print, a sixteen page edition of the i ; Fnirmount News in Xovember. Th.e students put out an edition tan year ; which gaine.l much praise and beiir ' experienced in this line of work it s thcrrhta that this paper will be even better than the first. Mr. Morphet is J 71 i WATCH Mr. and Mrs. William Lenfosty of Marion made a brief visit Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Shugart after attendii'g the rrolden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Dickey. Mr. and Mrs. Lenfosty had At NIGHT 1921 ?lebratod their own golden wedding MONDAY EVENING October 1 7, about two weeks prior to the Dickey ! selecting the staff now, and it will be Mayflower Quality Mayflower Prices Can t Be Beat anniversary. r.m.n'.ncei is tor wiw tr.e memoers are. Plans are being made xby the student council to put out an annual this year So far the staff has not been selected. Convocation will be held Friday af-tei.Son at 1:30. Miss Mary Sample A miscellaneous shower was given Tuesday night at the home of Mr. nd Mrs, L. M. Haisley for Mrs. Em- THE SPOTS Head of Spring Boars and Gilts THE SPOTS 50 I ory Adams who was recently married. 1 Tne ruests were ireighborhood friends 1 j ... All visitors are where Mrs. Adams was raised an2 al- will have enarge. urged tt bo present. together there were about fifty present to enjoy the evening. Luncheon whs served during the evening by the hostess and the bride received many eautifc1 gifts. The first orchestra will practice on Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week at 3:15 from now on. The final six weeks exams will be held next week. The Sophomores, Seniors and faculty are all 100 in their memberships in the Atheletic association. The other classes all have a fairly high We harr rr rounds of the ery choicest cabbage which we are now selling at $2.IS per hundred. Get. yeur order in early ; it's itoing rapidJy. , FRESH OYSTERS. FOR ALL OCCASIONS FRESH FISH. SALT FISH, 2 pounds for 2."c. Sugar, 10 p unds far 69c Good LurkOJk 2 p--unds for , 56c Eagte BratXi Milk, 2 for 4Sc Svur.beam Milk, 2 for 25c Swansdown Cake Flour 15c Larg Package Pancake Flour, 2 for 35c Pure Country Sorgum. per pallon 1.23 Honey Ccmb ,.v. ; , 35c Offering consists of choice individuals from the best herds in Grant County. Sale to be held in Fairmount Academy Sales Pavilion Which is well heated and lighted. Auctioneers Col. H. L. Iglehart and Assistants CLERKEarl Morris Grant County Duroc Breeders' Association A. B. Brewer, "Pres. Rene Jones, Sec'y per cent, but F. H. S. wants to be 100 per cent. H. S. ALUMNI GAME LAST ON OLD FLOOR The II. S. Alumni basket ball game will be played on Friday night of next week, and will be the last game to be played on the old gym floor. After that game the work; of tearing up the floor and remodeling the auditorium will be commetfced. The opening game of the regular season schedule of basket ball games will be played in the new gym. County Butter, Frying Cranberries, Celery, Swetpotatoes, Good Chickens, per pound, 20e. JUNIOR C. E. SOCIAL AT FRIENDS CHURCH. Last Thursday afternoon the Junior Christian Endeavor gave a Social in the basement of the Friends church. Some forty-five were present including eight mothers. Games were played, followed by a program, as follows: Solo Dorris Morris. Reading Walter Whybrew. Solo Gerald Kimes. Reading Ruth Seale. Solo- Martha Winslow. Song by all Juniors. Mizpa Benediction. rHONE YOUR ORDER AND GET REAL SERVICE. The Mayflower Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Phone 1 1 Bob Lindsay, Prop Hot Water Refreshments consisting of fruit I salad, cakes and cocoa were served. ! A happy time was enjoyed by all pres- Cellar not necessaryput in any small house without disturbing present heating arrangements, un s. onto 8 MY l ent.x Mrs. Burl Jay, Helen Little, Martha Cecil aiM Leora Bogue were in charge. til ready to with the Where can you find a house for rent, or where can you find a renter for your house. An ad in the classified column of THE NEWS will find one for you. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs. L. B. Campbell spent Wednesday in Marion. IDEAL - Areola s?kiS Radiator-Boiler sSs BANARD'S SORGUM FOR SALE AT THE V Community Meat Market Special Prices oh Meats for Saturday ayttam to American RadUtcr. in f1 rooma, Tha at. mm Hitrahle. most economical nesting plant em .1 wm most economical mating nlsnt simulf Leroy Shane has resigned his posi- lis asm is jnslllmililniHi Don'' delay to Bad out all about it. Estimates Cheerfully Given Without Obligation rOSAI Areola Radiator Boilers for small bouses without cellars. Hot-wster heating aa simple and easy as run sing a stove ana Bra Jtion as station asrent for the Union j Traction company ar.d w?th his family j has moved to a small tract of land three miles lArrth of town which he has leased for a number- of years. J. C HARRIS laui Phone 1095 Summitvile. Tr,t:-.

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