The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on November 3, 1921 · Page 8
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November 3, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS mm Come out and see the new Academy j r five in action Friday night. Alumni j vs Academy. i III I I I I I Which of these new Vic -4 I K Ernest Jay has pone to Waukegan, . 111., where he has charge of a poultry , IUJ IUJI I tor Records for November farm. I David Lewis was hi Summitville : Wednesday to attend the funeral of j : William Sapp. Yards of dark and light Outing would you like to hear? Mrs. Ella Patterson was the over nisrht guest of Mrs. Charles Hutchens in Marion Wednesday. Flannel for comforts, gowns, night shirts and children's clothes Lt 15c, 17c and 20c per yard. A. A. Ulery & Co., will begin re- iceiving new corn at the Fairniount ! Flour Mills next week. I i w hocr ncenrrmonr in Hnirmniinr M. 1. k w C- O . O O V A VlllVAft. Ill M. Ull IliV W 111 - , 1 4-1- - w nr V S- S f1 -S3 3 ur 1 1 '- 4 1 Little lone Belle Breedlove of In-1 r- T.iir j r . . . diauapoiis is me guest 01 tier aunt, Mrs. Everard Parker and family. rs I: Mr. aiAi Mrs. Otto Grag of Ander The Bee Hive Cash Store son were over Sunday guests of W. I. Sturgeon and G. W. Kendall. The Prices Are Right on All Leather Shoes Rev. J. J. and Mrs. Coleman and R BRAND i Mr. and Mrs. George Felten visited I with Jessie Brookshire at Radley last j Thursday. Xen Creek and family, who have been living in E:ria, la., where he was ' employed as printer, have returned to I zz Fairmoui.t. ! ;: EOPLE p lave Jn You d the selecting. We ll gladly do the playing. Come in any time RED SEAL RECORDS Mother or Mr Heart, Mme. Alda. 61SS8 $1 2.1 Etude in C flat major (A and B). 619s9 ". !$l2r Mattim'ta (.Mornfng Song), l)e I.uca. 61990 Quartet in A Major (Flonzaley Quartet). 74710 $1.75 Love's Messenger Waltz (Calli-Curci), 61991 SI 25 Mefistef.le (Gigli). 61942 St.25 Serenada Melanchol'que Heifetz Jascha, 14711 $1.75 To Sprirrr (Kriesler). 64993 SI. 23 Eusrene Oneain (Martinelli), 74712 S1.73 Little Town in the Ould Country Down (McCormack). 613.11 SI. 25 Svmphonie Pathetique( Philadelphia Orchestra), 74713 S1.75 Sparks (SamarcfT), 64995 S1.25 DANCE RECORDS South Sea ldes. Fox Trot Paul Whitman Orchestra Rosy Cheek. Fox Trot Paul Whitman Orchestra 1SS01. 85c I AiVt Nobody's Darling, Fox Trot Hackel-Biige Oichestra Yoo-Hoo. Fox Trot Hackel-Beige Orchestra 18S02. 85c Dangerous Blues. Fox Trot Dixieland Jnzz Band Roral Garden Blues. Fox Trot Dixieland Jazz Band 1879S. S5c Sweet Ladv. Fox Trot Whitman's Orchestra Say It With Music. Fox Trot. Whitman's Orchestra 18803. 83c It Must Be Someone Like You. Fox Trot Benson Orchestra When the Sut Goes Down. Fox Trot Shilking Orchestra 18801. 85c VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL Saturdar Arden & Ohman Oh, Joy! Arden & Ohman 18809. 85c Badinage Victor Orchestra Minuett Victor Orchestra 18800. 85c Some Blessed Dav Criterion Quartet The Waysid- Cross Criterion Quartet 18808. 85c When the Ilt vmoon Was Over Henry Burr Jealous of Yo-.i William Robyn 18805. 85c I Wonder if You Still Care for Me f Chas. Hart Remember th- Rose Elliott Shaw 18v06. 85c Tuck Me t; Sleep Criterion Trio Plantation Li.llaby Hart & Shaw 1SS37. 85c I've Got the Joys i!een Stanley Strut, Miss Lizzie American Quartet 1S799. 85c Humptv Duirptv Murray cc Smalle In the Old Town Hall Billy Murray 18810. 85c The Old Road Merle Alcock Ship o' Dreams Merle Alcock 45254. $1.00 Within a Mife of Edinboro Town Marsh Twickenham Ferry Lucy Marsh 43253. $1.00 The Pioneer Drug Store Miss May Souders and Edgar Shields of Indianapolis were the over SutMay guests of Albert Morris and family. Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Friday night at F. A. gym.. Alumni vs Varsity. Miss Dorothy Luther has returned ; from St. Paul, Minn., where she was j the guet of Mr. Stanley Clements : Mrs. Gas Wood, who has been very ill, is somewhat improved in health. and family. t ! We handle nothing but first quality Fitch Cooper of In the afternoon G. Cooper and Elsie Traster. Be Hive rh re t a a time when Tailor m.ide clothes cost more. That Is not true new. We will fit jeu. Your clothes will reflect ycur individuality. r.-,ericars Cassimers for fall, jrrs.ca end 530x0. 'Our responsibility is tour gi:.atrir.t." i rubber foot-wear. The ; Cah Store. Mrs. Mrs. Traster and her brothers drove to Upland and back. 1 has returned Miss Natalie GanglotT after after J to her home m Iudianapohs a M. V. Kendall and wife of Bentcn j visit with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Drake ; Harbor, stopped off on their way home j ar.a iamn. from the west and spent Saturday ami ; Sunday with his pareiAs. G. W. Ken- Mrs. Louella Mittank, Miss Wanda; dall and sister, Mrs. Sturgeon. Mittank and Mrs. Louis Henley re t : turned home Monday evenmcr from j Mises Lenore and Alice Ramsey . : Ribhle Bros. VOF COURSE) TAILORS Hartford City where they were called ; were hostesses to the Queen Esther to attend the futkral cf a relative. : Circle of the M. E. church Tuesday XEX II. EDWARDS, Manager. THE REX ALL STORE Mil. FARMER: Come t Fr.ir Cecil F. Mi'ior, who has been engaged as truck driver for his brother ILrK-t Mf.!cr in charge of the tan- 'evening at their home on S.outh Wal- , i nut street. This was the regular j rjE j meeting of the Circle and the greater j rrz r ii- dolls for a- box which they expect j cunt r.ext Saturday,! r;- :klco fres't country vririr v.s 1 Oil comjwr.y's wholesale station. w I has moved his family into property on v ... g:ve r, u ir. return tr.-r-ourd br.ij of Best send to the Methodist Orphans' j to for t Morton street. ! No Heme at Urbana, III. - A surprise will be given at Fair-lonv.nt Academy next Friday night. lir.c Gr;vx't(! Sucar. Auto bus loaves Moon Cafo every fifteen minutes for Academy Friday SUNDAY SERVICES 1! ii THE FEE HIVE CASH STORE, j Mark umni vs Academy. night. Alumni vs Academy. Albert son is seriously ill .id fever at the horn ? of his week ' i eiJ- ; this wa S. A. Hockett returned from Richmond where ho ir.e in Aoad-u Ac adorn v Irt to every nftfr ATv.' The Sunday . chvrch tau scl'iool class ef the M. ht by Mrs. LaMor.t rarerts. Mr. a-.d Mrs. J. C. Alhertson on South MiU stro t. Mr. A'bortson has been cr.tr'.oyed in the Marion bra rob. of Armour & Co. for a number of vears. vs t" advertise ir. The gatvd at Earlhr.ni college taking pictures for the coming issue of the Ear'ham eolloge annual. Mr. Hockett will also take the pictures for the Tayer university annual at Upland, as well as for the Fairniount Academy annual. wavs r It a F-1V.-.V. cunt News. FRIENDS CHURCH j Bihh school, 1:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band. 3 p. m. Intermeiliate Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. i Yorng people's group, 0:30 p. m. ; Preaching, 7 p. m. j A cordial welcome to all. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor j Miss Loora Bouue. Ass't Pastor j i ne young peopie cu me looai church are planning for 100 guests at th? bnnquot which will be given in the church oil Friday evening in con-net ion with the annual convention of the Women's Foreign Mirsior.ary Socioty of the M. E. church, Wabash District, North Indiana Conference. .Marie Adams, of Chii.'a, will be the nfter dinner speaker and the program i will include a playlet, yells and toasts. Bivn was entertainel at a Hallowe'en party at the heme of Mrs. L. B. Campbell on Henley Avenue Monday ovonin'g. The decorations, eats, contests and games were ail su.cgcstiv. of the time of goblins and witohos and the seventeen guests enjoyed one of the merriest parties of the season. 3SC? te : Ball Basket Mrs. FIsie Traster. president of the local W. F. M. S. is receiving word froni the ditTerent societies m the dis-! trict signifying their intention of be-I ing represented at the comiifg annual convention which will convene in the i M. E. church on Friday and Saturday i M. E. CHURCH The program for the week will be as follows: Friday afternoon and Saturday the Mayflower For Quality of this week. Mrs. Traster states i.u i, i, n,.. .iii . district convention of the W. F. M. S. , A. Alumni vs. Academy Varsity be a larger number of delegates ehaW;Thre0 roign missionaries to be pros- WATCH WATCH ent ami speak. Sundav school, Sun- usual. jday at 9:30. Morning sermon. 10:30. 'Junior League, 2.30; Epwcrth League i FANTASTIC PARTY ! GIVEN BY TEACHERS. j 6 o'clock. Evening sermon will be 'delivered by Rev. R. It. Wehrly of Prayer meeting FRESH OYSTERS Gas City at 7 o'clock. j Weird and fantastic was (the Hal-1 j lowe'en party which was giver by the ! Wednesday, 7 p. m. C. B. SWEENEY. j teacher? of the North school buileling Friday Nite,Nov, 4, 7:30 p.m. Academy Gym. Admission 25c If j to the lady members of the public W L k 1 I , . T '-hmioci racuiiy on aiuraay evening, j Guests arrived at the party via of the j basement door where they were greet THE SPOTS THE SPOTS ed by a rhost and where they ran the SALT FISH NEW ENGLISH WALNUTS gauntlet of ghosts, goblins with icy hands and witches galore, being usher CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Peace SuiMay will be observed at the regular services of the church. At the evening service, 7 o'clock, the subject will be "A Vision of a War-less World." Sunday school, 9:S0 a. m. Welcome. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor This will be the first game of the Season, bvi.tg the Annual Alumni Home Coming Grme. Ccrr.e out and see the old stars perform and see the new "Academy Fighting Five. ed at last into the main room of the north school building, where the real frolic began. Games, contests, fortune telling and everything in keeping with the Hallowe'en spirit were the order of the evening, arki refresh ments suggestive of the season were served. WESLECAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. ib. Class Meeting, 10:30 a. m. Young people's meeting, 6:30 a, m. Preaching by the pastor, 7 p. m. The first quarterly meeting of the ! Navy Beans 4 pounds . Best Rice 3 pounds .... Lima Beans 5 pounds Tea per pound . . . Macaroni 3 for .... Cream Cheese per pound . . . Pure Sorgum per bucket . . Bread 2 loaves 90c 20c 27c 25c 25c 20c 4c 25c 50c 15c 30c conference year will be held by Rev. C. S. Smith at the Back Creek church Saturday and Sunday. First service, Saturday at 2 p. m. It is desired to have a good atteiAlance at all the Flour Peaches in Syrup Raisins per pound New Prunes 12c, 15c, 20c, and. Apples 5 pounds Fancy Celery 3 for Cabbage per pound Sweet Potatoes 5 pounds ....... Florida Oranges per dozen Pumpkins ...... 10c, and Baking Powder 2 pound can . . . . Fall Plo wiling Now is the time to make contracts for Fall Plowing. We are prepared to do this work promptly $2.50 per acre. 25c 55c 35c 25c 30c 65c 15c 35c 20c quarterly services. The public is . cordially invited. J. J. Coleman, Pastor. Bacon 25c and REPUBLICAN TICKET For Clerk and Treasurer JOHN R, LITTLE For Trustee, 2nd. Ward JASPER A. FRIEND For Trustee, 3rd. Ward JOHN L. CONRAD For Trustee, 4th. Ward W HORTON RIBBLE For Trustee, 5th. Ward ROSCOE W. KIRCHER DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk and Treasurer For Trustee, 2nd. Ward S. ALBERT RIGGS For Trustee, 3rd. Ward JOHN A. OSBORN For Trustee, 4th. Ward WILLIAM F. DAVIS For Trustee, 5th. Ward ALBERT MORRIS Ham per pound Edgar M. Baldwin, who has been in New Mexico, California atM the west for the past four months on a sight-seeing trip, returned to Fair-mount Monday. He was accompanied by his son, Mark, who is connected with the soil survey work for- the federal government, aiAl is stationed in Idaho. Mark will return to Idaho next week. T-.-f All Kinds. Prompt Service. 1 rUClking Stock Hauling to Indianapolis, 35c - per hundred. M. L. JOHNSON Phone 260 Fairniount, Indiana Tike Mayflower Phone Your Order Bob Lindsay, Prop L. B. Campbell attended a district convention of The GleatAers at Plymouth last week. Mr. Campbell is the district supervisor. Phone 1 1

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