The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on October 24, 1921 · Page 2
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, October 24, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS MRS. CLARE REID . J certo Fvr ta ylor. IPI AMVUni The Sundav aftn The Sunday afternoon sacred con port Hose Funeral From Home of Parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cleveland, Tuesday Morning cert at Taylor university is a recent innovation of President Taylor's and is meeting with marked success. On the afternooiJ of October 16 there was the largest crowd which has ever been Anchor TopsB M The funeral of Mrs. Clare B. Reid seen at Taylor university for the af- H M M H M M M M H H M who died Friday at the home of her! brother in Akron, Ohio, will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, morning from the home of her parerJts, Mr. and Mrs. George Cleveland, at 10 o'clock. Internment will be made in Park Why face the cold rains, sleet and snow this winter when you can convert your Touring Car into a Sedan or your roadster into a Coupe by equipping them with a glass-enclosed, demountable Anchor Top. Get ready for winter before it comes. ternoon concert. At this time the university orchestra of fifteen pieces made its initial appearance and likewise the Taylor MarimaphotA? Trio first appeared under the university management. This trio is composed of three young women who are professional Lyceum artists, but who reside in Upland, and are very happy to co-operate with the new president of Taylor ui.'.versity. Their performance elicited much enthusiasm. Another For Ladies and Men, direct from the manufacturer, at the store where quality counts. iH H M Mrs. Reid and her husband, who is in the employ of the federal government, lived at Plumer, Idaho, and he was in the west at the time of his wife's death, he reaching Fairmount Sunday morning to attend the funeral. Mrs. Reid had been in ill health IH number which was of particular interest was a soprano solo by Miss Shigeru Kobayashi who is known as "The Song Bird of Japan." Miss Kobayashi is ) for several years prior to her death, undergoing several surgical operations during that time. She had spent a , completing: her education at Tavlor part of the summer ir. Fairmount with ' universitv, aiAl being the onlv Jap- jher parents, going to Akron some anese criT jn the school she receives E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 The Bee Hive Cash Store Quality is a Big Factor in STAR BRAND Shoes. STR BRAND weeks ago to be with her brother. j much attention. She is closely relat-Before her marrige she was Miss ed to the Japanese nobility and is a Coral Cleveland, and was a talented ' young womai of rare personal charm and popular young woman, her death I as well as great talent. In her gor- bringing sorrow to a host of friends. ! geous native costumes she presents a Storage Batteries Recharging Rebuilding j Mrs. Reid was bori in Freedom, Pa., .Oct, 12, 18S6. She finished her school- a most picturesque appearance on the university cammis. A A A A A A A A A A A. ;ing in Western Pennsylvania, and in York was in Marion 1908 moved to Fairmount, where her GAS CITY ROY KILLED UFftDl R Mrs. Charles Saturday. I parents now reside. The iJext year ! BY FALL FROM CYCLE. E3S 1 v 4 Electric Irons $5.95 ; she accepted a position as teacher in j Arthur Sexton, 27 years old. of Gas Mrs. E. M. Lafler spent last week Montana, and for four years carried j Citv instantly killed about 7 in Xiles, Mich. j on her duty with idealism and devotion. : oio Saturdav night, when the mo- 1 Electric Curlers $'3.50 On June 25, 1913, she was married j t0rcycle he was riding collided with to Mr. B. C. Reid, of Beaver Falls, i hnrsp ai.'d bucerv on Lincoln boule- Frank Zike is quite ill at his home on South Mill street. Miss Bobbie Weyler was in Marion Fridav. Pa., a former studet't of Geneva Col- ! xnTt near the Monroe pike in Marion, j lege, which Mrs. Reid had also at- j The force of the collision threw him ' tended. They made their home in i to one s'jje anj the machine fell on I Chandliers from $4.00 to $50.00 I Floor Lamp Pedstals $9.50 was in Marion Mrs. C. E. Adams of Benton is the f Mrs. Will Parrill Friday. Plummer, Idaho, where Mr. Reid was . top cf y1im causing a fiaeture of the guest of Charles Adams and family. Ithen in business skull. Vacuum Cleaners $40.00 Mi5es Phyllis Cooper and Cleo Ora Couch and familv have been the ! Since 1918' on aount of her fail- Morris were the over night guests of ncts fr.r sn-oral .r f Mr- r-, mg health, Mrs. Reid has lived m Fred Leer and family of Hackleman and Fred Alberts and family southwest of town were the Sunday guests friends in Jcnesboro Friday. ' rarpnt rear MsttW " i many places, seeking strength to con- i itinue a life rich in promise and in de During these of Mr. and Mrs. S,imuel Leer. Born. Fridav monKne Oct. 21. to , . . , voted service to others Broyles Electric 119 West Fourth Company Marion, Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roberts, a ,.- nn n ,u , a at his home in Elwood. baby bey Norman. years her courage was a rare and j wonderful thing; time after time a j Fred Joiks, who has been spending broken body rallied to the dictates of vacation in Hartford City, return- a will that never broke. i e home Sunday. Mrs. William Weirauch and daueh- Mrs. Will Langar ard daughter Mrs. Reid is survived by her hus Margaret were in Marion field auditor in I 3-t-o,- !ter Iar -Elizabeth spent Fridav m . , . Saturday barA.1, who is at present ojo.. i Andersor shopping. : , J , s sister, j s tfe internal Revenue the guests of Mrs. Langan' Service, with Mrs. J. Roberts. (headquarters at Salt Lake City; her Ed Retherford and son Lee, ' istp rjraco Cleveland, teacher in Mj Willian Dyas ster, Mrs. ni family who have and daughter Marjorie of Carthage Delphi schools, another sis f friends and re-la- ere the Sunday quests of Albert Geo shivelv of New York Deen tr.e gi:ests ol City; two (-n".iv eft ; -iorris anet lamuv lives in southern Grant brothers, Ira H. Cleveland of Akron, j in their automobile last week for their j 9 11 c home in Fairfield, Neb. FOR SALE 'O., and Ralph E. Cleveland of East Born, Saturday evening Oct, 22 to Orange, N. J., and her partite, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Traverse B. Krouskup and Mrs. George E. Cleveland of Fair- j a baby boy, who has been named Rog- ; mocnt. 1 FOR SALE Mailing lists. Names and addresses 1,000 GratA county farmers. Up-to-date. Address Box 38, Fairmount, Ind. er uiam Krouskup. i RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Raridai. who frequently visit in Fairmount, will be pleased to know that they are moving from Detroit to Marion for future residence. FARMERS PROPOSE Ti ? Ti I ; w TO INCORPORATE Mrs. Will Beeman, who has been ' spending the past five weeks with her 1 FOR SALE Cheap. Set of drawing instruments, in grood condition. Call Main 166, after 5:30 p. m. sister, Mrs. Ella Buchtel, returned to her home in Knightstowr Saturdav. ' Grant County Agricultural Association Phone 246 Sundays by Appointment ! To Become Legally Organized j SALE "Quicker Yet" electric Purl Dean the well-known auctioneer held the lucky ticket which drew the Fisk tire donated by a merchant cf Summitville to the American Lesricn in cc-nrA?ction with the Fall Body Mrs. Austin Branson of IrJdianapo- i lis will arrive this evening for a coth- j washing machine. Good conditio!. Sell cheap. 709 N. Morton street. ; pie of weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. The board of directors of the Grant S Festival which was held in Summit-j William Weirauch on South Wanut County Agricultural association at a LOST ville last week. street. meeting held in Marion Saturday, de- lost Blck between plush scarf R oval Theatre ! cided that the association should be j Mair street and school building. , Mr. and Mrs Rudolph and j Isaac Malone held the lucky num-! incorporated, and applicatioi will be j Celestine Flanagan. of ot this : daughter, Mary Kuth, nicago, jber drawing the cooking glassware made to the secretary of state drove through in their sedan car Sun- jnven away Saturday night by Parrill j week for a charter. THIS WEEK LOST Bunch of keys cn oval shape key ring. A. L. Mendenhall. day evening to visit Mrs. 1 hums & Lewis during their demonstration j parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rushcf the Cole Hi-Oven ran'ge. of this ritv Thpv returired home i i There will be no captial stock and 1 the names of the incorporators are as I follows: Paul McVicker of Jefferson MISCELLANEOUS Wednesday morning. Leo (rale, who was nere from Michi- ; townshiD. Joseph Holloway, Fair- . ?- i gan with a car of apples, left Friday ; mount township; E. W. Malott, Frank-for home, having sold the entire earji:. rin. Bradford. Washington: B. Tuesday Metro Presents May Allison in "The Marriage of Wm. Ashe" WANTED Ru?s to weave. 50c a ; yard. Anna Parker, 426 North Rush j street. Phone 355. I - i TYPEWRITERS Clean -d, repaired, i load. Mr. Gale formerly lived Fairmount. near A. Radabaugh, Center; Woody Clark, ! Liberty; Joseph Armstrong, Van Bu- Mrs. Humphrey with Wydham Standii.'g, taken from the story of Ward. Also Comedy. Mrs. John Dare of South Walnut had as her guests Saturday her brother, Doris Shickley and family of Elwood and on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Dare and son Howard Tetrick, together with Mr. Shickley and family motored to Carthage where they were the guests of Mrs. Dare's son, Virgil Tetrick aiAI family. sold. Ribbons, supplies. rite, phone, call, Arnold's Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Nex. to Lyric Theatre downstairs. Marion. Ind. ; ren; A. J. Atkinson, Monroe; Earl Clyde Lewis and family motored to j Clanin, Mill; James Dove, Pleasant; Morristown Sunday to spetAl the day. Ray Burgener, RichlarM; F. B. Briez-Mrs. Lewis remained in Morristown j endine, Green, and John P. Johnson, for a week's visit with relatives and Sims townshin Wednesday Douglas Fairbanks "Arizona." Also Comedy. in inends. FOR QUICK Auto service call W. G. Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Phone 382-2 rings on Red. The objects are stated to be to promote the interests of agriculture and improvements of the living conditions Joseph and Arthur Cud:.rth of Chicago, spent WedT.V?sday with their sister-in-law, Mrs. Mable Cudworth. ! , , . . .. , . . , , , ' v-""""11"' vide for the co-operative marketing of w,l. ",uw . Paren' farm products and purchase of farm Mrs. William Weirauch on South Sal- applies and other merchandise; to Mrs. Yerlie Mann who has beerf ill for some time at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Mann on south Mill street, was taken Thursday to the Grant county hospital. On Friday morning she submitted to a surgical operation' which resulted in the finding of a water rumor. The operation is reported to be successful, but the patient is still in a very serious condition. nut street. study conditions that may be helpful to make better homes and citizerft and to affiliate with state and national organizations along these lines. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln iStookey who STOCK HAILING To Indianapolis Rate cut to 40c a hundred. Call Phone 211. Isaac Malone were to have gone to Oxford, O., last Thursday, were delayed in making Thursday Charles Chaplin in "The Idle Class" his latest picture. A riot of fun from the first tee to tlW time they undress him with a can opener. YouH see him double in this picture. Him and himself He's as funny as him as he is as himself a fun fable of a minnow that went swimming with gold fish Poor fish. Also a short comedy drama with Wallace Berry, Elinor Fair and Wm. Desmond, also Pathe Review. Friday David Powell in "The Princess of New York" A romance of wealth arAl its worshipers and some of the things that money will do in "high society's whirl." Also Comedy. . Saturday Douglas MacLean in "Passing Through" A bank, love and burglar story, captalized on fur enough to make a horse laugh. Also Comedy. "OBITUARY Ores Hiatt, son of Elias and Hannah Hiatt was born ill Grant County, Indiana, March 15, 1868, lived his en their trip and left SmAlay instead. Mr. and Mrs. Stookey will be gone a couple of weeks and will be the guests cf Mrs. Catharine Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stewart and Miss Laura Morland. tire life on the farm in Fairmount Township where he died. He was a Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate citizen of the highest type, an indus trious farmer arAl a most generous neighbor, his was a life is to be remembered as neighborly, upright and At the meeting of the W. F. M. S. which will be held at the home of Mrs. Claud Huston or Buckeye street, Tuesday afternoon, committees will be appointed for the coming state convention and the mite boxes will be distributed at this time. It is desired that every member be present cheerful. Since early childhood his health had been poor. About twelve at this meeting. There was a time when Tailor made clothes cost more. That is not true now. We will fit ytn. Yonr clothes will reflect your individuality. American Cassimers for fall $28.00 an4 $30.00. "Our responsibility is yonr gr.irante. years ago he united wi- the Church of the Brethren at SuvnmitvU'e; was a faithful mtmber and attended when health permitted. Surviving in the immediate family are four sisters, Mrs. Jabez Irfelis, Mrs. Clinton Tom-linson, of Summitvilhe, Mrs. George Hildreth and Mrs. William A. Lewis of near Fairmount. Three brothers and two sisters having preceeded him in death. His health had been extremely poor for, the past two years, but his t:"th was unexpected having FOR S J E ! Base Burners, Soft Coal Stoves, all kinds of Gas Stoves and new wash sinks, white enameled, at $2.50, $3.50 and 04.00. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS SjTlusively Optical Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Green entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Taylor of Warren arAl Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wright of Hartford City, all of whom were recently married. Other guestss were Mrs. Rose Wright and daughter Thelma of Hartford City. Mr. pnd Mrs. Orpli.-i 2Iach and son John of Anderson. Mr. and mbble Ere LEE HALPERIE7 passed away very suddenly Thursday ' Phone 1S7 morrSng October, IS, 1921, aged 63 Mrs. Lawrence Boiler, B. Fv Buller, (OF COURSE) TAILORS aJj sr.d El Green of Anderson, '.year, acal..3 ys. to -

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