The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 17, 1921 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, October 17, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS I Jays Furniture and Ru house is William Jones made a business trip to Portland fcodav. " - y -r- i ' Tuir I - y full of new up-to-date goods. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Mrs. t. T. Day and son Chase have been visitit& friends near Alexandria. The Juniors and Seniors enjoyed a very pleasant evening Friday, when Elja E. Green of Wabash, visited his mother, Mrs. Isaiah Jay, over Sunday. 1COME IN Mrs. V. It. Parrill and Miss Maude they held a weiner roast n! Herman : Ross woods. Those present to en-1 joy the general pood time were Roy ! Johns, Robert Ilollinjrsworth, Ellis) Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Curless attended (Hriles were guests of Marion friends at Point Isabel ! Sunday the Home Coming j Sunday. UtifK T,eUe Wilhern. Gerald Olfather. bam Kimes, wife and baby of near j Arthur Osborn, Hubert Leer, Charles Rigdon, were the Sunday guests of Pickard. Dee Rriles, Stewart Rosley, ! Mrs. Mort Sericrht was called to Greensburgr last week by the death i Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kimes John Favne, Edward Kimes, Mr. WnU ters, Mr. Morphet, Deloras Schlapen- of a relative. j I Mr. and Mr?. John Dare and son haft, Antta Copley, Fay Fierce, Thelma m Mrs. Lena Hollidav has returned Let us telt you about the reductions in prices on School Shoes. Every pair of Misses Boys and Children School Shoes in our store are sotid leather. All leather soles, heels and counters and the prices are right. Howard Te trick spent the week end j Hill, Margaret Taylor, Mildred Lyons, with relatives in El wood. j Reth Winslow, Avis Albertson, Lucille . ! Lewis, Harry Williams, Llora Rrown. from Gary where she was called by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Huckstep and ! Robert Duncan and wife speift Sun Miss Mildml Frae of Anderson ; y wUh Mr Emma Davis, Fay Shane, Cameron Hackney and Mary Scott were the only people in the Junior-SeiAor H. S. who were affected with diphtheria germs. spent the week-end with Misses Jennie j and Hattie MotJahan I Charles Fowler, who is a student at : the University of Illinois, spent the week-end with friends in Fairmount. 5 Cent Sugar With each $1 purchase we will allow an additional purchase of five pounds of sugar at 5 cents a pound. CABBAGE IF YOU ARE WANTING Don't wait. Place your order with us today. Finest quality; fresh and fine. Hut it won't last long. $3.75 a Hundred. We have Celery shipped direct from Michigan. The finest ever. Phone your order while it lasts. OYSTERS j Mr. Morphet has given out some topics to be written on for the news-S paper which is to be put out by the ' H. S. in November. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crider of Fort Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey over Sunday. The Bee Hive Cash Store r Mrs. Arl Vinson atAl Mrs. Ft hoi The teachers are going to attend institute the week-end atM the stud- Mr and Mrs J. H. Rovarvl of Ma- Coahran wore the guests of their sis-! sdav miests of Mr. and ter in Gas City Saturday and Sunday. ; STAR BRAND Shoes Are All Leather lent s are looking forward to the two- Mrs. O. C. Atkinson on Henley avenue, j " . ! Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hoekett, who Miss Margaret Langan spent Sun- , have been1 visiting in the southern dav in Alexandria, the guest of Prof, part of the state, returned home days vacation. The first basket ball game of the season will be played when the It. S. team meets the Alumni team Wed- i Thursday, J. O. James and family. i nesday evening. This will be the i last game to be played in tho old I .urs. ooiiu rianajian icic last weeK pym floori A iarp.0 CVovd is expect- inere win oe a meruiiK toadies Aid Socieity of the M. E. for ct. louis tor a visit w;tli her EOPLE ; ed to atteiXl this game. church Wednesday afternoon at the j ybters, Mrs. Stephen's and Mrs. As home of Mrs. O. R. Scott on West : thorp. Washington street. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our thanks to FOR ALL OCCASIONS We have them; fresh front the oyster beds. The Mayflower Phone 11 Hob Lindsay, Prop. j Mrs. AoMie Winslow was the guest our friends and neighbors for their Dr. T. J. Carter and wife of Gary, of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fellows ai.M j kindness an'd sympathy during the re-visited relatives and friends in Fair- , tr an, Mrs. Frank Dundy in Amboy ' ccnt ,ieath of our uncle and brother. spent Howard and Lenore Ramsey Saturday in MariotJ. : J mount Friday. Dr. Carter is a form-; iar NVeek. I or Fairmouttt resident and is now-practicing physician in Gary. ; Mr. an I Mrs. Clair and Mr. aM j Mrs. Ella RatlitT has accepted a position' with the John Flanagan Dry-goods coir.riany. Everett E. Hiatt. Mrs. Yiola Inglis. Mrs. Wm. A. Lewis. Mrs. Alonxa Hildreth. Mrs. Clinton Tomblisoit. Mrs. It. C. Crennan of Montpelierj Miss Helen Hahne, who is music Vere the Sunday guests of Mrs. Edith! director in the Logansport high school, IVvin; ton and family. j spent the wrek-ei.V.1 with her parents,! j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahne in this ' Rrv. S'eeth and Mr. and Mrs. Will j city. , McMasters of Hevbst, ai.Vl Mr. and Mrs. Richard DoDecker spent Sunday ; Dr. Lyelt Rader, noted Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kimes. j chemist and platform lecturer, has : , ' You !-;e srgumt Well, try some a :of Vvr.srrs for sale at the Community Meat Market. There s a tirve when Tailor nrade cln!o cet more. That 5s not true new. We iU fit jou. Your clothes will rtRtct jour individuality. Arxeruan Cassimers for fall, SJS.PO ard '"Our tc-spcn?ihilit y 5s j-our srr.arartt. Isaiah Jay has a full line of wall paper, one-half price all this month. It always pays to advertise in The Fairmount News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haugh and Mrs. Addie Winslow ent to Svuth Cord last Friday. llcasevl a home in Upland and will s Mr. Charles Sowell of Otterbein, j occupy it between his trips to his xvho gave the lecture at the home- ; (laboratory in Chicago and to the var- 'coming at t ittle Ridge was the guest Miss Aria Cole has resigned iious places of his lectures. of Will Jones and family while here. : position in the John Fl.inigan I Goods store to enter school. ICE CREAM is as Good in Winter 11111 11 - Time as in Summer - Gertrude Glass, Juanita Thompson, 1 , t i Ressie Hunt. Helen Vinson, Ruby Ribble Bros Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pattison atli Williams, Wilma Slain, Laura Gilmatt Misses Manv.c Ellis, (len Mxn. t.'.rie Hinds. Lillian Djnbar and Maude Kimhtvttch enjoyed a motor trip to Vat Runnt Sunday afternoon in the latter's car. 1 daughter Geraldine, of Van Rurcn, 8,1( MiUt-ed Yclvuktott of the Sunt- Sodas, or Specials, Hot Choca- iwere guests of Fairmount friends last . mitville high school visited the Fair- Come in and try a Sundae, late and Hot Fudge Sundae OF COCRSE) TAILORS week. it it mount h-gh school one day last week. Mr. Wm. Karwin ef Iotiit, BUSING & CO. PHONE 14 1 NEXT TO P. O. Mich.. Mrs. Kl.inch ttovine atul Hobie Woyter, wore entertaiuVnt at ' o'etoek ' . Mr.rer nt the tiome of Mr. anl Mr?. in Samv.ntville Avthrr Temlinm Tlur-.Uy. Li T'Ksw ' Mv. avi:t tr?. (teorpe Ueer are eno$ of Mrs. Ueser's paver.ts, Mr. an! Mrs. W. V Moon, for a few days El 1 "Wea LP mo 4 white el 'route freri a honeymoon trip thivueh the F.ast tv their home s,t lVtrxv;t, Mich. seven-inch HARD Aluminum Fry Pan of i ' -----f Mrs. Kitwanl tiiiit'tiup atut lahy of t-awton, Mich., who are visiting Mrs. i A?ani.'vips mother, !rs. Kiith L?ev-in;ton an.l family, ,nont unlay in ' Mr,rin. the quests of S. (t. Davutson an! family. i LIMITED Thin of frr extti? Cole's High Oven ID) A VJfT TIT c a Isaiah ,tay is installing in his Xerth Main street home, a Faiuar fornaeo, an up-to-late hath aint toilet system, i a new parlor grate t-.nt also ahling a rai'ing to his spaeious veraiulu, Oo-, tii.'jf ivaJy for w inter, he say?. j fi-rm Oct. 20 to 23. for Only 49c Regular Price $1.10 1 fi:SR Miss t.eah t.yons after spending! several days with her mother, Uaehel ; Lj-tim:., has returnetl to Anderson to resume her work in St. John's hospit- j Friday and Saturday Oct. 2122 1. Miss Lyons reeently gradu-Atel from the nurses training school there. This handy "Wear-Ever" fry-pan seven-inch size will Ihj sold nt the special price for a limited time only. "Wear-Ever" utensils are made from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum metal which again and again has been passed through gigantic rolling mills and subjected to the pressure of huge stamping machines. This special offer is made so you can sec for yourself that Aluminum utensils are NOT all the same. SEE the difference FEEL the difference KNOW th.-i difference between ordinary aluminum and "Wear-Ever" There will be a called meeting of the War Mothers Wednesday evening t 7:30 o'clock at the home of War Mother Mrs, Ed Hollingsworth, oil South Main street, to transact some special business and It is urged that every war mother be present. The'W. C T, U, will meet Friday aftemon with Miss Leora Bogue at her home on E. First street, at which time there will be a report given of Mr Baker, direct from the factory, will be with us on these date to how you why Cole High Oven Range it the practical stove for your home. Safeguards the health A. ft ft ft ft Get Your Fry Pan TODAY! Cwrw oaty 19 wtr. RfU rte 35. Fairmount Hardware Co. ot the cook by always having a warm kitchen day and night. Bakes, heats and cooks at the same time and in addition will materially reduce fuel bills. the state conventiotf. Special music has also been arranged for this HcatYcurBunnalow, J FAIRMOUNT MAN TttttOWS BMCR AT HIS WIFE. A well known Fairmount business man, upon arriving home yesterday afternoon, met his wife in the dining CottaQO, or Flat vith 500 POUNDS OF COAL FREE! With each Cole's High Oven Range sold during this demonstration. A Souvenir for the Ladies. not YY aicr Cenar net nece. ary put In any room and without words or cause Ma y hurled a full site brick at his wife. I Fortunately no damage was done small rtouse with out disturbing present heating arrangements, until ready to use with the By a skilful dodge, the brick landed in the wife's hands and kt against 3? o. jher head. At first the mistress of P the house appeared very angry but IDEAL Areola w, later was seen smiling and enjoying the evening meal. ltccxator-DOiler J'l:,' water ytm to Amerlean RadUtoraln adJoininc rooms. Tho ataiplat. moat durably roo ooonJl n;tin Pjant; aw ilaTailfta Ooa tdatey to And out ail about it. Had the missive not beetf a brick of Delicious Banquet Ice cream, the Hi Fairmount, Indiana Furniture and Undertaking husband would probably have been severely reprimanded by the wife. It is needless to say that the entire rrjKAI Areola Radte-tor - Boiler for mail house without cellar. Hot. water h eating a attnpt and eaty a rua-nte tore on are Estimates Cheerfully Given Without Obligation J. C HARRIS PhonelQ85. . SummitvlUe, Indiana ! household enjoyed the delicious brick. scats aui ' Advertisement. . -

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