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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, October 27, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS wer present from Point Isabel, Sims j Hollowell, QVfr. at.U Mrs. Wilfred frey, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Curies. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tomliison, Air. and Mrss. 15. Collin Mr. and ! NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS i FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Mrs. Chas Nicholson, Mr. ar.d Mrs- mr. and .Mrs. GrrClark snent Sunday visitinn- Mr nrwt Mm John Fleener, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seward, Mr. ai.U Mrs. Sherman Hipes, i i . phne Dickey and family. rl Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs, and !: ! Mr. aiM Mrs Wilson Neal spent Sun- KAPI.EY Mrs. Gertrude Dickey, Mrs. hlle.u Hipes, Miss Orpho Gordon, Miss Satta Davis, John Titus, Rev. Piety, Grace iday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Submits to Imeration s rsndd:iiihor. T5 Pav Pavnp loft IL Nicholson, Nellia Hollowell, Josephine Hipes, Edith Heener, Mary Nicholson Garnet Fleener, Mary Ellen Seward, Esther Gordon, Gei.vvieve Hipes,. Messrs. Charles, Glen Sh-i ly , Ivan Seward, Lee Seward, llo'lnnd Miss Josephine and Mrs. ElloiJ Ilipes spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hipes. A Hallowe'en party was held Saturday evening at the home of Miss Almda Towitet-nd. The evening was spent in music and games. About sixty were present. l1?' Charls Pay and daughter of Michigan are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Carpenter. Mrs. Thurla Markle atk children are visiting relatives near Alexandria. Arthur Miller who was seriously ill last week is slowly improving. Francos and Oliver, sons of Mr. and .Tuesday aftenoon on the 2 o clock Mrs. Ceorsre Ailes, were taken to the train from Fowlerton, for Florida, Marion hospital early Friday momincr where they will join Mr. and Mrs. where they submitted to surgical an- Mark Payne and spend the winter eraiiens for tcnsilis ai.U adnoid's. ; there. The trip is beinsr made on ac-They were brought back to their .count of Miss Fay Payne's health, homes Friday evening. Both boys ; Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Wood accompanied were quite sick, but are getting along them to Cincinnati. nicely now. Mrs. Ailes has been' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Richards of Ce-sick also, suffering with deep cold and dar Rapids, and Mrs. Elge Richards tJervous breakdown. ! called on Mr. and Mrs. John Leach Mrs. Art Comer and children, Mrs. Charles James, ai.M Mrs. Cleo Wor-line were the guests Thursday of Mrs. George Yale. Mrss. Chas. James and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline attended the farewell dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Woods Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank JohiJ and children made calls upon Mr. and Mrs. Lewis John of Point Isabel, Mr. Joseph Love. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Baxter of Koko-mo are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin. Mr. John Williams of Carmel. Ind., spent Saturday atM Sunday with his grandmother Leer at the home of Mr. nnd Mi's. Alfred Kemmer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrold of Wini-m.ic are spending a few days visit-inc relatives in the neighborhood. There will be a box supper at Ant ioch iJext Saturday jnight. rleener. Muster Curless, Murrol! llal- lowell,, Harrold Hollowell. Berlin Seward, Dale Fleener, Ora Fleener, Car! urless, Kenneth Hipes and Lei.uall Ilipes. j Monday mornh-g. Mrs. Margaret Seward is visitinir Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mil- Fairmount News, only Grant county The three-year old son of Mr. and jor Mrs. Marv Hi! ten visited with air. her daughter, Mrs. Nettie Ferree of - - .11 r ; l . 5 .Mry. tan weaver living soutn ot town paper giving all the Fowlerton news is quite sick with heavy cold on his ! ?l4nt Saturday night and Sunday with Subscribe, and be a booster for your home town. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pill. GRANT and 'Mrs. Charles Hollingsworth at Kokomo last Saturday and Shinday. Jessie Brookshire spent Sunday with Mary Moon. Mrs. Anna -Julius of Marioif. spent Satutust. r.ight ar.d Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Eli Eddington. near Converse this week. Mrs. Ellen Hipes and Misss Joscs-phine Hipes spent the week-end visit-. xJg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hipes. Word has been rfcciv-d that Mrs. Charles Hose of Elwood who has been seriously ill with diphtheria is betttr Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Winn and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dickerson took dinifer last Wednesday with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Port Norton of West Marion. Everything went well at the John Himcliek sale lasts Wednesday. Fair- Herbert, the six-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Craw living south of town ted to a surgical opera- dauehter Barbara Nell, spent Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Pavite and daughter fand it is thought she will recorer. Mr. Walter Overman of Kokomo, was the guest Sunday of Charles S. lames. Mrs. Frank John made a husiikss trtn to F:iimourt Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Art Comer entertained for dinner Sunday. Mr. av'.l Mrs. Jessie Broeksliiro and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yale. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Elliott and daughter Vergia spent Sunday at Kokomo as the cuest s of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mis. Burr Leach and family citis. The little fellow came home ?I P Fees being: paid for the buA from school on Monday evening very of stuff sold .ifu .tVn and continued to Jn lach and family took ininday COMMUNITY ITEMS entertained at Sunday dinner Mrs. Carrie Kimes and children, Mr. and 1L" " n, -.i- it; dinner with John Newby and family. s Mrs. Leath Smith and baby Robert, ai'd Marvin Leach Mrs. Huse s well known in this community, two of the children ;;re ill with the disease. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jarvis itnJ children were shopping in Elwcod Sat urday. Farmers are busy in this vicinity these days shucking com and ' aulinj; corn for winter. Mrs. Joe Faucett passed away Tues body became swollen and broke out with poison, which later developed irf-to appendicitis, his condition became very serious Sunday and he was hurried to the Marioir hospital and oper- dinner Sunday with Mrss Hardest y. Afternoon callers were Mr. ai&l Mrs. : John Hardesty of Marion. ! John Crecraft spent Monday night i day eveninc about 8:15. Chas. Hollii.'gsworth. Miss Helen Bohem attended the with Mvron Tartridge. ' teachers association at Indianapolis Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ancil Stewart and son "Floyd, arki Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and dauerhter Irene, were gtvsts at dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moon and children. Mr. aiil Mrs. Bert Todd and children entertained Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Frank John and family, Mr. and Mrs. Branson Huijrriford and children Irma and John. Mr. and Mrs. l,eor.ard Moore and Miss Delia Tater- He is ix ported as cutting along very j . Mr and Mrs. m Balumi ef North, last wook with- ir ,,.i ATvs Cleo Worline recently -v '.'onesnoro tooK 5?ui.viay dinner Mrs. Jennie Crawford. ' .. .M-t?;-!.1 the former's sister. Mrs. .Mr. ana .Mrs. viyae i an no go canea pvnrh Hoeton of Lebai.Vn. Ina. en Ray Langsdon and family and ; you aro invited to attend the serv-George Ailes and family Sunday after- : ict5 at tiic Center church this ikon. I vveej Rev. Meyers and wife were in Ma- j Th farmers of this vicinity are rion Friday. husv harvesting their beets. Sever- Baptists Church Service ' Elder C. L Goble of Swayzee, Ind., will have charge of . preaching services here next Saturday at 2 p. m., and Sunday services at 10:30. Refreshments will be served in the base- DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Hours 8 to 11:30 a. rr. 1 fo 5 p. w Sunday school at the esleyan a? carload have been shipped from the last few days. ' mffl CI ine - C!.1dl T I T Methodist church will be followed with j thi; pi;;; in services again m the afternoon. All ,0.,i,; o-; r-,- t;n. u"i. l'la ,n ance at Center buiMay at- i'-"'-' i-o. ..m ... . lheattenas son. Mrs. Elmira Newhouse who has been very ill is improvii'g slowly. Miss Sally Carmicheal spent the week-end visiting William Mart and family. Rev. Dora Perry of Phlox, conducted services at the Radley church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart and daughter. Gladys, had as their guests at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ... . , 1 .1 1 Y"M 1 interested persons are invited to tend. charge. ; .i,.-,.,i lot was 107. An in Fairmr-unt News, only Grant county ' i.,.ct;51o-'sm,l-n- school was held. Perry Leach called on Mrs. Emma Harrison one day last week. Mrs. James Payne is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ellsworth ai.'d Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faucett motored to Elwood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John S. Buller. Art Leach and Basil Underwood spent last Friday in Indiai'apolis. Irene Payne spent Wednesday morning "shopping in Marioi.'. Mrs. Crawford of Fowlerton visited in his neighborhood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. James Paytfc. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little attended the street fair at Matthews last Thursday. The domestic science girls of the Academy served lunch at the stock sale at Wick O. Leach's Thursday. Miss Irene Mittank and brother Herbert, snent last week end with their r.randmother, Mrs. Emma Harrison. Miss Addie Loach. Mrs. Mollie Roberts ai.'d Har.el Leach spent Sunday with John Roberts and family of near Gaston. . x. , . paper giving all the Fowlerten news, j c ,xt Sunday and help make it Fairmount News, only Grant county Subscribe, and be a booster for your 'V5 'tinff paper giving all the Fowlerton news. home t(mn 1 ii.ierc.ung. Subscribe, and be a booster for your , r. Overshiner of near Bethel and home tow n. I x. J. Kimbrough have traded farms. f 5 A difference of thirty acres h' the ; ence llamutoif ana cnuaren twrn. t; ! Eugene and Eloise, of Saratoga, Mr. NEW MULBERRY fariis wss nMirht bv Air. KimnTfliiph i !1 Ministerial Service i: i and Mrs. Hert loan ana cnuaren. FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indiana Call H8 at our espenwe Mildred and Gen and Charles Next Tuesday the Grant County for the consideration of SloO an acre, 1 TZ ; , ... , ! Marie. Xlinisterial association will meet at the two 40-acres were trade.1 even. -nr?' ta ir n' : ' 'r ; . EMiott, Russel Knight of Rosehurg the M. P. Church. Interest:: - sv- They will move next month. Snn .v.s and .. .,,"1! jects will be discussed. The public is The father, two sisters and a broth- ww afternoon callers at thP home ot Mrs gtfna Thomp?i;:Lan daughter cordially invite,! to attend. . er-in-law visited Mr. Richard Yarda- , t"., h, th 1 Tv?"le- Fl1cnt Fri ' "tornon with wrn.Ur Mrs. Lnnon Carter has been on the p'ri; Fllmtt nnd daughter si. k list for a few days. I'nirtn Mtinp- i Mi's. Cmda Osborit of near Mat-, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Duliifcr visiting in Matthews Sunday. Mr. ' Goodnight has been the worei Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and dauerh- v iter Bertha, had as their guests at din-guest . . L'.l ' The FcwlertoM W. C. T. U. mot thews visited with relatives and with the mothers of the Cradle Roll, friends here Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Friday afternoon at the home of Mis. "shorn and Mrs. Jennie Leach took j I.-r ou'',V. .nr. hihi r im niv Loach ! 5 daughter, .Mrs. wncr) warier, sn Rujtsol of WimifalK aMr Pir?T-:.K-o Matins- was evened Sunday diir.ier with Charley tor a iew c.a and Mrs. Cleftie Hughes and children j Mr. and Mrs. James Payne entertained at Sunday dinner. Mr. ai.VI Mrs. E. B. COUCH DENTIST ' Rooms over Hahne Dn: Stntc OfTW" rt-r.rc :."o m.; 1 to S bv sir ging, "Open the Door for the and family. j Miss Cora Marine and Estella Davis . . A 1- . J TT -.-. .1 -v f MAnak T lollln Childi-en." Mrs. Mattie Barkduil,, miss L-aey ueacn visuea in .1ar10n Charley Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil SYn'i. cour.ty superintended of Sabbath Ub-s 'i-viay ana -Mer.aay vvuu .miss runa - anapolis last week. "" ? 1 " r V I. I Winn nnd'dau-hter of Hartford City, servaneeread the scripture lesson, , Bell . . . Mr Lucv Patterson Noicend so,.' Afternoon guests vx ere M rv-.'.k ifi-v. chanter bringing out! Mr. and Mrs. Charley Leach and 1 ' ' - . 41 ,1 rir. , r. . lren Cooper ar.d eoildren tia-TneI ai.a j , . . ,. t. malrg Should keep ! familv visits vvith Mrs. Charlie Wood , h" i TRmh f 1 d 'dnlter Madeline" and be bert the Sabbath1 day hy. Followed in ' and Mi;s Fay Payi.'o Friday ; th s Jhi- sda Peterson ami '7 Homer Day and daughter rr-ive- bv Mr Eva Partridsre. Mrs. ! Mrs. Mary Pickerson of Marion vis- . -nr - i' f M .rinn Gemot of near Risrdon. . , . , Fe-V pU'er-r tnd Mr Mattie ited her daughter Mrs, L. P. Simons a?a Iri t,l0Vi-f, Mai,on' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott. Mrs. A birthday surprise was given in BlVkaA E-l VpII wa asworvd bv i Fridav ar.d Saturday. ver m Matthews Thursday Sarah T art and Mrs Alice Barrct honor of ,-k Leach Tuesday e en- rir4" text aflet entitle,. J Mr." and Mrs. Rube Leach who have : Mr. and Mrs. Doxey Miller were m mptpmi t( Lafontaii'o Sunday andn?. The followme enjoyed a IhAj :'Tl e ' TaV-t ad "' e Mother's JoV i'livod the past vear in Michigan have Jonesboro aturaay. Pent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank oyster supper: Claud Leach and was nAd by M"r' Alice Seward. Mrs. i returr,vl to Fowlerton. They were The Kingsley W. C. T. U. met at j Muchmore. , ,f t i,f?' John. Roberts and family Leo Barkd-'il eve an ineretir report i overnight gu?sts of Charlie Leach aiM the home of Mrs. Elizabeth AtMerson Misses Beatrice and Sarah Mart Underwood and family. Addie Leach rf heVC T U." state" convention.', family Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leach Friday evening. The report of the : very pleasantly entertained at a mas- and ick In"h and faniily at the sn t, v?v.vv- wii.W hands and S are cettinsr their property ready to stflt "convention was criven by Mrs. Uuerade party Friday eveninff for a home of Mr. Leach. Broyles Electric Company 110 W. Fourth Marion Have the Largest Stock of Lighting Fixtures in this part of Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little aiAl sane, "Biest Be "the Tie That Binds." j go to housekeeping the latter part of Mark Richanls and Mrs. Cyrus Davis, j few invited guests. The everting was which after i Afipr the meetinc the evening i After the meeting the evening Two r.ew members were added to the this week. was ?pCnt in playing games, daughter accompanied by Mrs. John BuMer spent Friday evening shopping served to union. Mrs. Elsie ar.d Miss Kussel ar.d Merrill bteelman of Ko-rvti t..,.- n.. .m, nf f.wrn ' konvi visite.1 their sister. Lnvonne. at per.t in a social way aiJ.1 refreshments j dainty refreshments were s were served to the following: Mr. i Misses Dorothy Wimmer, J ovce Ry- wei-e Mrs. BarkdduH from the Back their aunt's home, Mrs. Dallas Atkin- ar,a Mrs. Limon Carter. Mr. and Mrs. ! bolt, Beatrice Howell, Bertha Todd, Mv" ! Roberts ef soi Thursday. Friday and Saturday. !T.v.l nnline- and son. Mr. and Mrs. T.orene Howell. Sallv Carmichael Elsie Crock :or.. FairmouiV. and Mrs. Alice Seward of j Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough were Dan Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Elp? Loach, j Howell, Messre Russel Thompson, Mr. ai.M Mrs. Cyrus Davis, Mr. and Water Loyd snd Orus Dilly, Mr. and Muneie. Refreshments of fruit salad, Sunday cuests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Char Mrs. Urschel Kimes and son Thomas, Mrs. Ralph Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doxey Miller al son ! dare i.'.e Mart and Mrs. Suede Howell. F.ssa. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards and ' Herman Gibson is absent from ir. Marion. Madeline Payn-? w.,s nbsei't from school Tuesday on account of illness. There wass no sciucl at Grant Wednesday. A surprise was triven on Everett Smith Tuesday at his home. Those presold were Misses 5er.iere I'dinwood, Jessie Brookh't e, Conn l-la Pickerson, Gladys Lcpth and Z i Little, Glenn Rich, Norman Mason, W'rnr Brookshire, Jje Lach, EvercG Sr.iltu. Claud Smitn nod Mrs. Liz.c cake and cc-ifee were served to fifteen ' li0 Clocks. mothers present. j rr. anj Mrs. Bruce Munsell and ' son Lawrence of Anderson were Sat- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rich- school suffering with a fractured ankle Fairmount News, only Grant county ; u-aav i.'.ght cuests of Mr. and Mrs LUNGARDIA is "without a rival" in ordinary or deep-seated Coughr j and Colds, ditticu.'t breathing, and paper giving all the Fowlerton news. Munsell at Fail mount and Sunday ' rds and son Howard Mr and Mrs. j he receiv M vjrn he was thrown trom Subscribe, and be a booster for your ' dinner -uests of Mrs. Sarah CarPn- ! Jsie Oram. Mr. J": ..feserr ! t;.rse rfuii Tv iviMmw , , , . Xr Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Wilson. ilr. Miss Dorothy and Tray Wimmei hme t0"n" ! itTj ttw fmlfU Ru: "nd Mrs Willie Mittank and daughters had as their guests at dinner Su.May . . "TT . I'j .;rrAlk: r?oii?. .-Pi i-- Mie PoUe-ht Wise, Pauline Da- Mifsos Beatrice and Sarah Mart and for ! Smith and Mrs. Buir leach. The he relief of Whooping Cough.;! vonderful results following itajj rill astonish you and make you the relief of Whooping Cough.; won Mr. . Mr. W. RkharJ. ct . Cir.Ja 0rn in .h. after- i E,, tmMn U ..tlne use wi its life-loi-Vr friend. 1 our money j back, if you have ever used its ; POINT ISABEL ir- relatives m Fowlertotx and la.-, Mr ar.d Mrs Milspaueh have rUS5C Hall. Miss Maud Kimbrough accompanied thews s.nce Wednesday of last week. , mcvVed to the N. . Raber pnperty, ... m.i n,.;icc. nf Fairmount m Mr and Mrs. Richards were Saturday ; Mr. and Mrs. Raber havirtg recently j, Urt Fridav eveiinir at Marion. night guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. John r . s moved to their new residence m the f H v . tto,v0ii k-j a5 her cue'ts Jones and Sunday aiAi Sunday night ; east part of town. ' HACK LEM AN 1 at Mr ami 5! oi cuests of Kichards and fami..( . nilia Pmwn and htldnpn Vera 11 r,r.. j -.i.;i.i.V. . Voirmnnni Mr equal. Danger lurks where there is a Cough or Cold: Conquer it quickly with LUNGARDIA. Safe for all ages. 60 cts. and $1.20 per bottle. Manufactured by Lungar-dia Co. Dallas, Texas. For Sale By F. H. O'MARA : 1 IVl'tll' ,1111.1111 Oil I1IVU...I ..... 1 and Mrs. Ralph Howell aiAl children About 100 friends and neighbors Mr. and Mrs. William Fleener were pleasai&ly surprised last Sunday when a number of neighbors, friends r.nd relatives followed them home from church with well fielled baskets. The occasion being Mrs. Feener's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Algie They left early Tuesday mornirc frem i ar . j iYaTOM of Muncie, were Mono! the home ef Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hoover ; e,tn?: caners on Mrs. Adaline , cf Wheeling, for Alabama, whereahey :;ns:on will sneri the winter "Mr;'aT,d Mrs, Wm. Mitchner h; gathered at the home ef Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wood last Sui.Uay for a farewell, everybody took well filled has- X-orene. Deloras and Herbert and Mrs. Suede Howell. Mrs. John Rybolt of Point Isabel snent Monday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. LeniJie Chamness. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell and children entertained a number of friends at a masquerade party Tues ti Mrs "m-.tvoI of Muncie. visited I been on the sick list for several days- i kets, at the noon hour a bountiful din latives and friends here since Fri- j Mr. and Mrs.. Amos McCoy and Mrs. ner was served. Everyone returinns y. They were guests of Mrs. Eva Adaline Atkinson were ii' Marion j home wishing them success in thei' I Tuesday nieht. new location at Bluff ton. and were over r.isht guests of Will j Mrs. Sarah Carpenter, Oren Atkin- Mrs. Vemie Hilton entertained at Smith and family. Thev returrted s,n. Lawrence Steelman and Fraifces ' dii'ner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burr One Farm Product Is Still Much I Above Pre-war Values, viz: home Sunday afternoon. Murray accompanied Mr. and Mrs. O. Jones and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. 6 to Mat-1 Harvey Peterson of Marion, and Mr. Mrs. Charlie Wood of Summitville j C. Atkinson of Fairmount a former resident of this place and her ! thews street fair. and Mrs. Walter Gibson and family. 1 BUTTER FAT 1 While almost every other product the farmer has had to B sell during the past two years has been produced at a loss, g 1 BUTTERFAT has continually given profitable returns, i proving again that Indiana's Agricultural Wealth is, and day evening. The guests came masked and a very pleasatfc evening was spent. Refreshments of sarAlwiehes, pickles, pie, cake and coffee were served to Misses Carma Thompson, Mary Stewart, Sarah Mart, Lota Thompson, Marie Todd. Dorothy Wimmer. Irene Thompson, Lona Thompson, Bertha Todd, Gladys Tygart, Ruth ThompsorJ, Messrs Ralph Worline. Garland Hilton, Willie Thompson, Frank Hilton, Harvey Stewart, Russel Thompson, Tray Wimmer, Charles Gibson, Orus Dilfey, Fred Wimmer, Walter Loyd, Claud Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mart and soifc Chares and Everett. Mrs. Anna' Howell. Mrs. Suede Howell and Mrs. Vernie Hilton. Maurice Warner, President Earl Allen, Cashier M -will continue to be dependent upon tne ijaiki luw. FOWLERTON BANK The Proper Market for Butterfat is one that renders service to the producers; pays them f u& g market value for their product and conserves the quality at Real Estate All Kinds of Insurance Responsibility Over $250,000 Save Your Money the product so that HIGH GRADE BUTTER can be made from it. sr. RIGDON J1IN " Scldosser's Cream Route System 1 adequately fills these requirements. No other plan now- p in use does so. Our Route Collector or District Supervisor f will tell you all about Schlosser's Cream Route Svstem. 1 A surprise party was held Sunday in j H honor of Mr. and Mrs, William Fleen- j p er, the? occasior being Mrs. Fleener's g o2nd birthday. Everyone went with I g well filled baskets and dinner was t "V.-- 1J n 1 i to keep your nose everlast-I Oil naVe a IXlgnt ingly on the grindstone, but you have the privilege of saving your money and some time make it work for you, We extend a cordial welcome to all who would like to open an account with us. served out in the yard. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholson atM m ALSO a De Laval Separator at - the new reduced price will moro than pay for itself during this H winter. See vour local De Laval U family, Mr. and Mrs. Algia Hollowell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Curess and family, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Agent or our Route Collector for l 1 1 ) Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seward and family, Mr. and Mrs. JohrAiy Fleener and family, Miss Orpha Gordon, Mrs. Gertrude Dtekey, Mr and Mrs. Sherman Hine and family. Mrs. Ellen full information about a De Law i t al Separator. E3 1 I ' I VS. Hipes, Miss Josephine Hipes, John j Titus, Miss Satie Davis, Glenn Sheedy M il 5 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS arAl Lowell Coahran and Mr. and Mrs. Bo re a ColHns arAl Rev. Wayne Piety. Piety. Mr. and Mrs. Ira McClintock of ScLiIosser Crofhcrc Cream Buyers since 1884 Home Office Frankfort, lad. II FOWLERTON - BANK, Fovlertori, Ind, AtAlerson spent the week-end visiting his nephew Charles McClintock and' familv. -. " dv meetin v- he'd t the M. E. church Sunday, llla'cters Unaiiutt

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