The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on November 7, 1921 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, November 7, 1921
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THE FAIRF.TOUNT NEWS t Mrs. Ora Couch spent Thursday injf Mariorf. i 7 The MAYFLOWER !K.S SPECIALS i Mrs. Clyde Lewia, xvho has been vis- . itinf in Mrtithr. ' has returtfcd home. ill at Mrs. vino v m WATCH WATCH I omfxen "Mine Silk Ties 50c Gents 75c Four-in-hand 5J Fancy Bath Towels 75c, For Real Bargains This Week streets, Mrs, John Flanagan has returned her heme on Second ana tycanwre from a month? "in St. tuis. visit with relatives rv. Charles Payne, of Payne, Ol l the truest 01 f Mrs, Isabelle Payne ;and other relatives. j ; f Fancy Wash Cloths, 10c and 5c 64 inch Mercerized Table Damask, per yd. 60c Dark Outing for Comforts, per yard 15c Entirely new styles in Silkoline, 36 inches wide, per yard 25c Handkerchiefs for school children, each 5c THE SPOTS Ft ark McDonald of Cleveland, 0 furnished the music for the surprise was the jruest of Sylvester Smithson party on Mrs. Clarence Salyers Tues-S&turday and Sunday. day evening. , i Ivan Boxell was an F. It. S. visitor Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stookey re- ;TuUv afternoon. Read these prices real quality bargains. Everything in the store at equally Bargain prices. Can't quote all, but come and see. We will have something dav this week. 1 The Bee Hive On Sale all This Week, All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Baldwin Apples Qf per barrel iDUiWU 5 lb for 25c. K,our' t SQr per sack WwW Cabbajre (9 7C Pr cwt Pwa I 9 Potatoes. ?fl per bushel 4 I a3U Extra Larpe Pumpkins, f P 2 for J OC Sweet Potatoes, OC 6 lb. for COC Grimes Apples & I OC per box 4.0 Celery, Large Oft 3 for CUC Raisins, Extra O"? Fancy Cm I C Prunes, Extra OC Fancy, 1.h 20c and ...faiVV Bananas, per TPl t. pound f 2w Crape Fruit fJJ 10c and OC Armour's; Cream 1 0c Buckwheat Flour, (JJF per sack Www Salt Fish, 3 for OYSTERS THE SPOTS Per has 4 E mZLJ Pepper, per pound CmjWw Red Pepper fif per pound f V Tea' rtrk per pound iUv CofTee OCm 18c, two for wOC Salt Pork. U Q per pcund Q 0 Bacon, per Cfl pound. 2.M-, 35c, and O w C Corn, O C 3 cans . . . .' faiWW Lump Starch, AF. 3 pounds 4a Ww r, 25c Iory Soap, OCa 2 for CtlC Cleanser, ti f A 2 for 1 3C Good Luck A"J Olio , Cm i C Rookw ood ijfc Coffee OUC Sunshine, Crispy and Graham crackers WW EXTRA FANCY Your Order Bob Lindsay, Prop. 333 Bring Quick Results. ALE 11 Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate "There lisne hea Tailor raie 'v-.s cost more. That v nt tree iw. VVe iU tit yew. Yocr clothes il rcf..ct yeor indiidaaUty. American Oass-intcrs fr fall, ard Vhr responsibility is yoar icuiranteej Ribble Bros. tOF COURSE) TAlLOTvS PEOPLE Sanders j"l en bx tl were .V-s T?cv. cus:- was Vivucb.t y ,:cy w Li t - .c- of his y-aren: Mr. ar.d n vv-i.-:i sout&wesi ot town ;r hivir.c submitted to two suriri- .s ;i Grar.t county hospit- is re pot tea ;o Ir-e breatlr improvevL ! LJ ii W . t. ' . .' a bi".es tviv t il ? t t .; Ti jl".s tt.v "mine ! s I j J ! , Three Victrolas To Be Given Away Absolutely Free Buy your Bread and order your Groceries from The Mayflower and save your Betsy Ross Tickets. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES ! j Several cf the stuaente attended the : ; t ... . . . ' Hallowe'en party which was held at ! the It. S. building last Mondav even- .... ig. ine event or the evetAng was guessing contest between the .maskers. Games and music were en- joyed. Refreshments of pop corn and were served. 1 v peopie wno were sent home be- cause of diphtheria carriers a few t'days ago are back in school. Fern Dome has discontinued her studies at the It. S. for a while until her health improves. ' Margaret Taylor and Victor Love Miss Merle Carter tausrht History 12 class Thursday mcrnii.Vr. Story-telling and themes are the main features of the English 12 class this week. Gerald Olfather was absent from school Tuesday. The Sophomores held a class meeting Wednesday noon. Mrs. Lou Kimes and daujrhter Bonnie entertained Sunday for Miss Martha Kimes of Marion, the occasion being Miss Martha's ?th birthday atrVii-versary. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimes and daughters Mary and Martha and Mrs. Addie Winslow. Mrs. Edith Bevinstton entertained Mrs. Alice Ramsey and family at a family disner S.uiAlay for Mrs. Georjre Ramsey and Mrs. Ed Guinnip, who are leavinsr tcslay for their home in Law-ton. Mich. FOWl.ERTON SCHOOL TO HAVE BOX SUPPER. The Fowleton school will conduct a K!R supper at the school buildincr next Wednesday eveninsr. Nov. 9. A Kx of candy will be voted to the most 'popular lady, ai.Vl the laziest man will be remembered in a suitable way. A .isn pont witn piotny ot nsn win oe a fature of the eveninsr's entertainmnt. Iadies are reouestel to bring lxxes and help the school. SETTLING THE QUESTION WH AT WILL WE HAVE FOR DESERT TOMORROW? Father says: Bat'ouet Ice Cream! It tops otT the r.'oP. day to perfection.' Mother says: "Banquet Ice Cream! It's always dependable and easy to serve." Bobby says: "Banquet Ice Cream! There ain't any better or I'd want it." Btty- says: "Banquet Ice I roam: Its simply the grandest that's made." "Banquet Ice Cream! It s simply th- ir.e on.y tr.mjr icit to ucciae is Savor to pet. Advertisement. LAST CALL All remocr?.ts arc reiucstil to meet ir the basement of the Fairmount State bar.k at T:?0 o'ct'vk. C. C. HACKXEY, Chairman Alumni Defeats Academy Five Continued from Pace One) will have the strongest team since i 1916. Lamm stared for the Academy by j bis brilliant, dashing style of pame, I bis srreat defense work covering: much j territory and breaking up the Alum-! ni offense with ease. Rich, McCombs, Brewer and Cecil also played a good game for the Academy. It was no weak team that the Alumni sent apiinst the "Quakers Fighting Five as the team was made. up of such former stars as Smith of the Michigan Aggies, Blair of Indiana Jtate Normal, Moon of the 20 team and Haisley at'J Thomas, two stars of last year's team. For the Alumni, Blair stared by his great offensive work in the closing minutes of play while both Thomas and Moon did some great defensive work. The Academy team was aided much by McOombs, who had been ineligible until last Thursday wherf Principal Purviance received a telegram from A. L. Trester, secretary of the Indiana High School Athletic association stating that McCombs is eligible to participate in Indiana high school athletics. Line-up and Summary: Academy 25 McCombs Alumni 28 Blair Haisley Cecil Forwards Rich Lamm Brewer Smith Moon Thomas Ceriters V Guards Rich 4, McCombs 3, Ce- jcil 3, Blair 5. Smith 6. Haisley 2. Foul goals McCombs 5 out 7, Blair 1 out 3, Haisley 1 out 3. SubstitUpj tion Lewis for Brewer. Referee ! Parker. Timer Wilson. Scorer ' Haisley. Time of halves, 20 minutes. S . The Mayflower vj 50c and 25c i new to show you every m Cash Store I Mr. and. Mrs, J. II. Wilscn were truest s of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson in Marion, last week. I-ir. ana vrs. r rar.K .Morgan ana family are spend:? .Vr a week with re- v latives in Ashland. Ivy. . , . v . , : Mrs, Io.a Lewis spent Sxturviay nicht and Sanviay of last week, as the priest of Mr. and Mrs. Arr.ias Smith, Mrs. Stephen Soctt of West Second street, who for the past ten days has been cor.f.nod to her bod by illness, is , very moch iniprove?. ; Mrs. W. W. Watkh's of Laketon. was cal'cd to Fa:rr.vunt Monday ev-er.:.r;r because cf tVe serious illness of her son. Mark Albert son. Mrs. Aihur Throckmartin and Mrs. Guy Clroen. were sruests on Wedncs-day of their aunt, Mrs. Salle M;:i-psurh. southeast of Fow-ertcn. Mr. and Mrs. George Stone at their coc.ry home, south of Fainr.onr.t. Mrs. Nellie Rve and son. Burl, a-vi Mr. and Mrs, as their Sandav sraests. Job ohn St .e. Mrs, Ida Lewis received worvl Wevl-r.eskisy from ffienxls in Marion of the doath of little! Tovld, daughter of Walter Todd. Death was due to Frienvis ha-e receivevl word here of the death of Mrs. John C Brooks which oceurre-d at her home in Park- erbursr. W. Va.. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Brocks are forier Fairmour.t, occupying: property at Thirxl ar.d Sycamore street. Mr. Brvks xras a mold maker at the E?sex Glass company plant. HOEH 1 Cupboard 1 Porch Swing 1 Iron Bed 1 Dining Table 1 Kitchen Cabinet 1 Baby Walker 1 Wheelbarrow I Gas Range 1 Oil Heater 1 Kiddy-Car 1 Walnut Commode 1 Lawn Mower 1 Child's Commode 1 Smoke Stand 2 Cane Seated Chairs 1 Refrigerator 1 Rocker 1 Stand AUCTIONEER Auncit i , j , ! , ? j, i i ; j 1 a Paone im Phone 1 1 News Want Ads. turned Saturday from a two week s visit with relatives iiJ Oxford, O. ' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bolander of Oakland were the o-er Sunday guests !of Prof. Otto Hamilton and wife. Isaiah Jay has heating stoves. New ones half-price all this week. The cut to suit you. the stove end of my business. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kimes attend-'ed services at the Center Christian church Sunday and were dinner jruests of Robert Moon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weyler and family entertained Mr. and Mrs, Jul- - , , lan flay er siai iamiiy ami ir-s. won ) Mayer and daughter, Leona, of Fow- lerton. Cecil Miller has moved his family from Fowlerton into property on Water and E:chth streets. Mr. Mil- ler has employment with the Standard Oil Co. Mr. a:.Vl Mrs. Lester Kimes, Wayne Kimes and Gerald Kimes were the Sunday jrucsts of Sam Kimes and family and attended services at the Center Christian church. Mr. ar.vl Mrs. Wayne HeaviKn came down from Fairmourtt Monvlay and with Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Hu-.t. we;.i to Alexandria and attend- ed the masque ba'l ?r;.Ten by tho Elks there. Summ'.tvi'le NVs. Miss Mildred Bo'anler of Oakland, visited last week with her sister, Mrs. Otto Hamilton, and on Thuisday and Friday Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Bo-laiv'er atteniovl a church convention which was held in Muncie. .'cb. Bar.nan r.:id family, Peter Husto: and wife and Martha Mitchell were Sunday jruests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. G. Lam. who will leave Tuesday to spend the winter at the State Sol-iiers Heme st Lafayette. . Ar.v n the hcal people who wei.t p1is Friday to attenri the to Ir.dii demonstration in honor of Gen. Foch of Franc?, who was the sruest of the ' state on that day, were V l'.liani Mc- : Corn-.ick, Harry Hauch and Ellis Gift. The Phi Delta Kappas have issued invitations to a "Phi Delt Dinkey Dance." which will be jriven Thursday een:rjr in their Fraternity rooms. ! The music will be furnished by Wins- ' lovr-Moon-Lucas orchestra, a Fair- j ; mount crjranixatiotJ and it is expected ; ; that there will be about seveny-nve ! couples present. Ximrod Brooks and wife, Alexander j Little and wife and William Lamb and j wife expect to leave Tuesday for La- fayetie, where they will spend the ! winter at the Soldiers Home. On j Sunday Mr. Little celebrated his 82 j birthday ani'.rersary. Mr. Little : states that in I860, he cast his first vote for Abe Lincoln. Oren W. Dickey, a former Fair- ; mount boy, but who for the past two years has been practicing law in Detroit, has retunfed to Grant county and formed a partnership with Alfred Hops ton in Marion, the new firm j to be known as Hogston & Dickey, t Mr. Dickey was in Fairmount Saturday renewing old acquaintances. Two Hundred ! At Convention (Continued from Page One) j Recording Secretary 1 RiKHlrf PairmnnnK -Mrs. Horton I. Tithing Secretary Mrs, J. B. Jen- i sen, Mentone. Suprintendent Young People's j Work Mrs, Clark, Merftone. i Superintendent Children's Work Mrs, D. V. Williams, Wabash. i The music was unusually good j ; McTuman, Fairmouttt, Mrs. Thomas I Davis, Swayxee, Miss Shigeru Kobay-j oshu, Japan, Mrs. Walter Tukey, Ma- rion, and Mrs. Alice Hollingsworth, with pleasing effect. s , : i j i ! i ! ' Acadoniy HOG On Lot East of Hunt's Furniture Store, on Saturday, Nov. 12 - Beginning at 2 o'clock sharp 40 Immuned Big Type 40 Polamidl GMeiisis Sows, Boars and Gilts Wednesday "RsLr Afternoon AMV 1 Box Mattress I Library Table 1 Desk 1 Bed 1 Dresser I pair Springs 4 Hickory Rockers 1 Oak Rocker 1 Oak Rocker I Oak Rocker 1 -Go-Cart 1 Clothes Basket I Stand 18x18 1 Felt Mattress 1 Sewing Rocker I Pedestal 1 Tub 8 Dining Chairs 1 Floor Lamp Alt Academy Sales Pavilioim, Faiinnmoiuiiniit Polaed China Breeders Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention W.K Oren eicay, Manager LEV CASICEY, 4 1L. i -Trr

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