The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 20, 1921 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, October 20, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS I At the noon hour a bountiful dinner The Fairmount News was spread in the Odd Fellows hall. Preachers from Sims, Swayzee, Sweet- preacher, Mr. 'Mulligan preached to a full house. The meetings will continue the rest of the week. Everybody welcome. Mr and Mrs ' V.A Tfllintf nf Mnnpio . i , , . I ser and Kipdon were present. A Published bn Mondays and Thursdays . good time v as enjoyed by all Dresent. RE lin: , Mr. and , Mrs. Dee Banister and spent last Friday with Bob Moon and ersb M H A . S. ROBERTS!, Editor and Publisher. Minnie McLucas Roberts, Associate. family. Mr. awd Mrs. Wilson Neal spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Love. vMr. and Mrs. Bob Moon, Ray and Worth Moon and Martha Mae Hasty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Moon of Fairmount last Sunday. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ry-bolt. Mr, and Mrs. Eli Lightfoot of Marion are visiting friends arid relatives "n this vicinity this week. Miss Satta Davis of MXmcie is vis- Office: Main 265 Res., Black 382-1 TELEPHONES fiting friends here. M M M served to' Mrs. Eva Todd and son Xen, Mrs. Elsie Seely, Mrs. Leonard Moore, Mrs. Carman Nicholson and son, Mrs. Joe Jories, Mrs. Ethel Morton, Mrs. Hazel Jarvis, Mrs. Leslie Nesbit and Mrs. Stevens. Several from this community attended the funeral of IMr. Starbuck which was held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pete Pearson near Fowlertor Tuesday morning. Mrs. Trees of Greenfield was a guest at dinner Friday of Mrs. Stella Thompson. Mrs. Liza Todd and daughter Bertha ar.d Mrs. Eva Todd and children, Marie Mildred and Xer! spent Monday evening with Mrs. Lucy Tygart and daughter Gladys. Claud Thompson and daughters, Carma, Lota, Lona and Ruth were guests Sunday afternoon of Ed Foust and family near Sweetser. Mr. aiAl Mrs. Ralph Howell and family entertained Thursday and Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Sathiel Harris of Battle Creek, Mich., Mrs. Clinton Hall of Wyoming and Mrs. Sarah Harris of Marion. should Candidates wanting cards get theis orders in early. Several from here attended the corn show at Summitville last week. Mrs. Eddie Smith who has been in the Marion! hospital for some time, has been brought home, and is recovering nicely. A reliner properly applied at the right time will save you many extra miles on your old and weakened casings. If you will drive around to our Service Station we will gladly help you in determining the best way to get more miles at less cost. Remember a stitch in time V V S222 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year $2.00 Six months 1-25 Three months 75 (Outside Indiana.) One year $3.00 Six months 1-65 Three months 90 All subscriptions payable strictly in advance; paper discountinued at H H M H LITTLE RIDGE STOCK HAULING To Indianapolis Rate cut to 40c a hundred. Call Phone 211. can save saves nine, do act now. We you money. expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. H H Mrs. Charles Sewell of Lafayette addressed the Little Ridge congregation last Sabbath at the "Harvest Home Day." Prayer meeting in connection with a business meeting will be held at Entered as second-class matter at li rw-Eti-vffir at Fairmount. Ind.. un HACKLEMAN der the Act of Congress of March 8, the Little Ridge church Thursday 1879. evenii.'g with Rev. Hiram Harvey as . leader. Isaac Malone E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jefferies and son Robert of New Castle visited Mr. : and Mrs. Denny Winslow and attended I Harvest Home day. j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krider, Mr. and NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS (Continued from Page Three) PendletolirMr: "and" Mrs. Ed Hannon i Mrs. Steffin's and Miss Virginia Miller and sol' Phillip of near Summitville, of Fort Wayne, were over Sunday Misses Lulu Pavne and Annabell ; &fsts of Mrs. Krider s parents, Mr. Powell of near Converse, Messrs Cecil , and Mrs- Edward Harvey. II W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 Pavne and Charles Fowler. A numoer oi people ot otner churcti A. A A X i es attended services here last Sabbath. family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and ; an Mrs. George Yale of Cen- IomaViI oi r7rr dinner Sundav : ter attenuea services nere last Sab- with Mr. and .Mrs. Palmer Wood and bath and they with Mr. and Mrs. Aus- mitville. I10. iai ana aaugnter, were enter- family of near Summitv familv at- 1 tained for dinner at the home of Mr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alva Johnson arid son Billy and Mrs. Burnside, spent last week visiting relatives in Park county. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Comer entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Comer and Mrs. Lee of Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers and son Vaughn and Louise and Lucile Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Love are the prot'id parents of a baby boy born re-cently. Several from this community attended Mr. Starbuck's funeral Tuesday morning at Fowlerton, he being the grandfather of Mrs. J. R. Davis of this place. Mr. and Mrs. WTilbur Stout of Fair-mount have been staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Johnfeon while they are away on a visit. Pauline Scott and Mary Moon spent Sunday with Mary Haisley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zike and children of Fairmount were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wood. The revival meetings which are in progress at Center, w-ere well attended both morning and evening last Sunday. Jones Chapel came in a body at the evening services and their tended "the corn' show at Summitville andr irrs- Genn A- Harrold. . ! i -n m tt i.i iR S L. E ! carnival airs. Kutn Arnett and daughter, Thursday and the ' Gaston ' I I s-.rn.m-. HI.. A .11 v.. 1. 1 1 ( vfj. Duijcsuuiu, aim is. milieu 1 a .. . , lai'l enn V., J Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS "Exclusively Optical Mrs. Stella SchottieKarD was cauea -:" J , ;T ' to Fairmount, from her home in : W1th Un MJS- ChaJlet Wood from Cornin-. Ohio, last Thursday on ac- ! Friday till Monday and attended servant oi the sudden death of her uncle i here on the Sabbath. tt;.A Mrs. Bert Andrews and sons Joe Ores iiiatt. . ' a at i a u xi Base Burners, Soft Coal Stoves, all kinds of Gas Stoves and new wash sinks, white enameled, at $2.50, $3.50 and $4.00. Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and son:""" J1K'",ei Arthur spent Sunday with r and j 1 iiui.uiiwii, ai.i.uiiiiiiiim uy I Mrs. Andrews of Marion, visited the M'rs. Alva Thorn. Miss Gladvs, Iva and Yula Phone 187 LEE HALPERIN Wood Little called on Mr. arAl Mrs. Albert formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow last Sabbath afternoon. Mr. C. S. Wright who fell from a r caff old two weeks ago today and I sprained his back is improving slowly. Mrs. Etta Haisley, who has been ill at the home of her sister-in-law. Mrs. 'CEE one evenincr last week. I John Payne spent Tuesday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts. ! Mrs. Eme l'ayi.'e and daugnter, iiue i a i.e Tri,i nu-,- l ; j i Mrs. Lufde W inn, isited r riday ai- ,. j T t, ternoen with Mrs. Stella Riblen. i " T PffJlnivevinine j Mr. and Mrs. Will Harvey enter-JfSJ'lPf TSJL rSfVS- 1 tained-recently Mr. and Mrs. John A. John with her er? MT iiie Whytow, I '1 of Gastori Mr, and Mrs i of Fairmount last S,ui.Iay. George Fowler who has oeen wotk- inv for James Pavne is leaving Thurs Ad. Sale stratoir mnuurM Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. J B. Whitley. Mr. A. E. Ratliff attended a business meeting of the Indiana Yearly Meet-j ing at Spiceland last Saturday. I blisses Eurah and Paulirte Ratliff and Mr. Willis Ratliff entertained last i Sunday Miss Crumbe and Mr. Howard Marshall, teachers in the Fairmount ! Academy. I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey were ! pntprta infl -fnr Snnav Hir.'nr at tVio day for Rush county, where he will help John Osbom shuck corn. Alice, Bessie and Lola Whybrew attended church at Harmony Sunday. Miss Bessie Whybrew is spending several davs this week with her sister Mrs. Flossie Johnson'. The latter part of the week they intend to attend the i a r.ia... carnival ai mauaes. um u ua xt The administrator of the late Mr. S. Hutner's estate has ordered an immediate sale. This announcement coming as it does at the beginning of the Winter Season, will save THOUSANDS C F DOLLARS for the people in this neighborhood. Mrs. Charley Dean and family, Alva ! V """" 3 aMU Dickerson and family Roy ' ind Si? jf B. Whiteley visited famny and Eldon Marine spent Sun- . s.M,.fi, ft day at Swayzee. I father, Mr. G. C. Whiteley, who is at j the home of his daughter near town. Mr. Whiteley remains very II I ilL !1 j Mrs. Hiram Harvey and Mrs. Etta POINT ISABEL Sale o egles Thursday- Doherty have beer on the sick list. Mr. and Mts. Lawrence Buller and Mrs. Catherine Buller have moved from their farm into Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Davis having taken charge of the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold, Mr. ar'l Mrs. Earl Davis,. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Painter were entertained Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harvey. Mr. and MYs. Waldo Killgore visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fasron of Sims Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl MeCaskey and daughter visited in Marion Sunday. " Mis. Dessie Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis motored to Indianapolis Sunday anM visted relatives there. A district substitute meeting was held at this place Sunday, there were one hundred and ninety-five in attendance at Sunday school in the morning. T 20th lie COMMUNITY ITEMS Broyles Electric l Company NTnrinn ll 119 W. Fourth All we can say is Watch the Marion Papers for the complete announcement. In this sale we have been authorized to sell Overcoats for $10; Stiefels Shadow Striped Overalls, with bib, 79c; Blue Bandanna Handkerchiefs at six for 25c; Black, Brown and White Socks, pair 9c; Underwear at cost and even less. Men's Suits at a fraction" of their worth and Boys' Clothing at Sensational Reductions. These are but a few of the many Administrator prices Everything must be sold our stock has been remarked, bringing immense savings to the public. Have the Largest Stock of Lighting Fixtures in this part of Indiana AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense. Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON Mrs. Cleftie Hughes and children Martha and Herschel of near Leisure snei.o a couple cf days last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd. Mrs. Bertha Mart and daughter, S,arah, spent one day recently with Mrs. Lou Carmichael at Marion. Mrs. Emma Gwin, who has spent the past year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hunt at Fairmount is rArw staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Riesbee. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moon and children Wayne and Floyd and Mrs. Stella Thompson and daughter, Irene, visited Saturday night arAl Sunday with relatives at Kokomo. Mrs. Oz Relfe, Mrs. Alta Howell, Mrs. Anna Howell and Mrs. Suede Howell motored to Kokomo one day recently and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd spent Sunday afternbon with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pearson at Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart and daughter Gladys. Mrs. Emma Gwin and Miss Bertha Todd were guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Foust and-family. Mrs. Suede Howell and Miss Maud Kimbrough were shopping in Marion Monday afternoon. Orlie Evans and family were guests at dinner Rvsnday of Mr. and - Mrs. Ralnh Howell and familv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott had as their guests at dinrJer Sunday Guy Rich nd Clarence Elliott of Union-dale, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Shockley ind daughter Mary Alice of 'Marion. Mrs. Alice Barrett and Mrs. Sarah Tygart. Mrs. Eva Todd and son Xen, sperA Monday afternoon with Mrs. Verlin Nhit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones were "nests Sunday afternoon of Mr. arAl Mrs. David Jones. Rev. Dora Perrv of Phlox, . will preach at the Radley church Sunday, aStore Will Be Open Evenings For a few days, at least, the store will be open evenings so that the workingman and everyone else can get a chance to buy these WONDERFUL BARGAINS. NEVER in the HISTORY OF MARION has there been such wonderful opportunities to save THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY &ooms over Postoffice Hoars 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGNS FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY -Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indiana Ootth Co, eMsi!: e Call ma at KOct. 23. Everyone invited to come. Northeast Corner Square Marion, Indiana E. B. COUCH &om rer Ilalne Drr Star Mrs. Elmira. Newhouse has suffered another stroke of paralysis and is very ill. Mrs. Alonza McCan very pleasantly entertained Uia Willini; Workers of Jones Chapel Wednesday afternoon, after a short busirJess session the time .-rf -refreshments rf. - ' ' - , , - ; x rake were "

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