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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, December 5, 1921
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THE FAHIMOUNT NEWS I Mrs. Sam Leer was in Marion Mrs. Jenr.'ie W. Jones, who has been visiting for some time in Columbus, Ohio, has Eone to Niles, O., where she will make an indefinite stay. MISSING FARMER NOT YET LOCATED Clues as to Whereabouts of Robert Vinson of Summitville All Fail Of Results Gift were in Mr. and Mrs. Glen Marion Saturday. IBE 'FOR FIRST SILICATE SODA MADE IN SUMMITVILLE. The first run on granulated silicate of soda was made last week at the Crystal Chemical Corportion's new plaifc in Summitville, and, considering that all of the machinery and installation were new, the run was very satisfactory. Plans are under way to were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilson Marion visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bennett and son J. B., of Warren, spent the weekend with Mr. aiJd Mrs. Robert Dare. Mrs. Bennett and son remained to Miss Hazel Relfe wis the Sunday Rev. J. R. Stelle and Alpha Tomlinson of Summitville, spent Wednesday of last week in and around FrarJkton in an effort to run down a fresh clew maKe tne nrst liquul silicate, or water j spend the week, glass, some time this week. A few!- to Robert Vinson, whose absence from home near Summitville contiifaes as miifor changes and adjustments nro ' ' ' much of a mystery as it was the day ! guest of Miss Ines Smith. Were you out-of-town yesterday? Call Main 265 and tell them about it. Mrs. Frank Gift of Dunkirk, is visiting her daughter .Mrs. Hubert Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day of Rigdon, "IS You do your Xmas shopping, see the beautiful assortment of Ladies 50c, 35c, 25c, 15c, 10c and 5c Handkerchiefs. Men's Handkerchiefs at 50c, 35c, 25c, 15c and 10c. Men's beautiful Silk Four-in-Hand Ties at 50c. Ladies Silk Hose in black, white and colored at $2.00, $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 per pair. Men's Silk Socks, $1.00, 75c and 50c Linens, Towels, Pillow Cases and Sheets, and at the right prices. ! he went away. The trip, says the j Summitville News, vvas made as a re-j suit of a postal card which came one day last week to Jameg Vinson, the young son of the missing man. The i card had been mailed at Franktoi, and i the writing! on the address side, when taken to the Summitvlle bank, was found to compare favorably with beit.'g made in the machinery, and some additional foundationa and brae- '; es put under the heaviest of the equip. ! ment to correct vibration. Raw ma- j terials are coming in right along and ! the tank cars aiAl steel containers for shippingi the liquid product are on the ground. The gas producing machinery is working satisfactorily, and the market outlook for the finished pro- NOTICE I am opening up a barber shop oil the west side of Dr. Brown's office in Fairmount. Will be open every evening-, and all day Friday and Saturdays, and will cut hair for 25c and shave, 15c. Will begin next Saturday, Dec. 10. Alva Damaree were visiting Mrs. Day's mother, Mrs. Horine, Saturday. Mrs. Oz Relfe and baby, Alice Dar-lirfe, spent the latter part of last near ! Robert Vinson's handwriting. Oi? the j back of the card was printed the sen- ! duct is better than it was a year ago, week with Mrs. Anna Howell Radley. j tence, "I wonder why I do not see you j with the passing of abnormally high prices in the trade. Thn Raa H v;r fnpli VtrkfQ i. The little daughter" of Mr. aiAi Mrs. any more." Arthur Sc has been ser- Information' which Messrs. Stelle arret" iously ill with diphtheria, is much ; ai.U Tomlinson received at Frankton improved. j indicated that the card had been writ- t Always at the Right Prices Zr STAR BRAND SHOES ' ten by a young girl who attends the Frankton school, and whQ saw James when he was at Frankton recently , vsitiig with some of his relatives, the Thurstons. A further investiga-I tion along this line is beng made. ; Postmaster Ring of Frankton, remem-i berg selling a one cent stamp to a , Istrai.'ger a week ago Monday, and this ssasx DE0PLE Denton Tomlinson of Summitville, was in Fairmount on busirJess Friday. A. -Mr. ar.d Mrs. Earl Henry of Mar- Mrs. Mattie Payne spent Saturday night aia Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Brusch and family in Jonesboro. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. Alice Ramsey on South Walnut street Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Curless and Will Curless and family of Swayzee. Haskell Gift and Miss Margaret Smalley of Indianapolis, were the week-ei.'J guests of Mr. Gift's sister, CHRISTMAS GIFT SALE By Vocational Girls Fairmount High School In Front Part Fairmount Hardware Co's Store Saturday Afternoon and Evening Amonjn other things there will be sewing bags, dainty lii.'gerie, lunch cloths, towels of all kinds, apron3 of different sorts, children's clothes, and one beautifully dressed go-to-sleep doll, kid body, with wardrobe complete. The dress with 300 pockets, will be worn again, with interesting gifts for boys and girls. The girls will also -have delicious fruit cake, Christmas cookies and candies for sale. The prorits P towards buying a gas ranfe for the new vo cational department-Do your Christmas shopping with us. SOW i ion, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Garner. stranger, he says, resembled the pic- , tures of Robert Vinson which have : been sent out. There is some belief that Vinson is in hiding near Frank- . ton, but if he is, the two Summitville ; me? were not able to find any trace of ' him. His family is still completely Mrs. Luella Mittank has gone to ! Charles F. Naber and family will rasadena, Cal., where she will spend j jeave iraxe a; ii-' i r c. some Lime ims vm?k ior 01. j Petersburg, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heavilin, who made a brief visit with Mrs. Wm. in the dark as to his whereabouts. As the result of a movement which was started at the Union Thanksgiving service in the M. E. church, thir- ; James Turner of Marion spent last Mrs. Hubert Wilson. Weils of Summitville last week, have brother-in-law at the ( week with hi. returned horr.e. ! home of Mrs. Mattie Fayne, south- east of Fairmount Mrs. J. P. O'Shauehnessy has re The second team, which played Lib- j ty or forty men and teams went to ' erty Center's first team at Liberty ' the Vinson farm Thursday arAl husked ! Ceii'cer, did not fare so well as the the missing mans corn crop, which ! first team, being defeated 59 to 5. was all standing in the field. The turr.e-d home from Chicago, where she j l.s s been making an extended visit Fdna Bell of MarioiJ, spent with her daughter. j tne week end with her parents, Mr. ' men took their dinners with them, but Word has been received by friends and Mrs. Jas. Bell, whQ live southwest of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan, who jhere that Mrs. Lusetta Willcuts, who women of the commuiity were on hand at the noon hour with hot coffee for them. Vinson had out about thirty acres of corn. made a brief visit with Mr. Morgan's j j has been living in Burr Oak, Kans., father, A. P. Morgan at Gas City,t The Business Girls club will attend has moved to Burton, Nebr., for future have returned home. i the Fairmount-Marion basket ball residence. Headquarters for Xmas Novelties Largest line ever shown in Fairmount of Oil Cloth Lunch Sets, Unbleached Muslin for Bed Spreads, Aprons, Lunch Clothes, etc.. Stamped to order. Wool and Silk Hose. Best Linen Handkerchiefs in town, 5c to 50c. Make your selections early. Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store I game at the high school gym Wednes- j day night in a body. They will meet j The Qceen Esther Circle of the M. at the home of Miss Jennie Monahan j E. church will meet Thursday even-at 6:30 o'clock sharp. injr with MisseaMary ai.U Edith Bev- ; i i Rev. and Mrs. Will Richards of i near Gaston, entertained as Sut.'lay 1 iruests. Misses Addie Leach and ' Bobbie Weyler of Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. Hallet Sanders and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Delver Rich- Everett C. Hiatt, who has resided on the Ores Hiatt farm near Fairmount for 22 j ear?, has moved t-o hi brother's farm rear Mur.eie where he will reside. j ington at their home on South Walnut Among those attending the meetn'g :'ej.ree of the Grant county W. C. T. U., from ! ards of Gaston. H. E. Day, successor of J. L. Shane, Mi?? Thelma Morgan celebrate 1 her southern Grart, were the following: rnth birthday recently and her par- i Mrs. Lida Outland, Mrs. Marie Hime-ents planned ar.d carried out a com- j lick, and Mrs. Mary Stewart, of Up-p'cte surprise on her when they pre-j land; Mrs. Delia Kirkpatrick, Ruth j is the new agent of the Indiana Trac-i tion company at this point. Mr. Day will have charge from 6 o'clock a. m. ! until 6 p. m. sented her with a piano. Peacock, Nettie Ware, Mrs. Mattie Barkdull and Mrs. Sadie B. Harvey. Rev. Martin Lee Grant, pastor of XI n Virgil Ilea roe ar.d Ted Pace have enrolled for vocational training it the government school recently opened at Chilli, the. O. Both young men are World war veterans, having seeil over seas serv ice. David Jones and family entertained the following guests at SuiAiay dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wells and son' Brison. Orville Weils and Miss Margaret Wells. the Fairmount Congregational church, has returned to Marion from a three Idays trip to Detroit, Mich. Rev. Grant was one of the speakers at the fcvl " i I H i II II I Mrs. Luclla Mittank left Saturday for Pasdena, Cal., where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jay, former Grant county people. She will stop over in Illiirois and visit her daughter. j celebration of the founding of the Fort Herbert H. Carey, w;io is a member ! Street Congregational church, of" which of the faculty of the Peekskill Mili. he was pastor for eight years prior t, tary Academy at Peekskill, X. Y., ' coming to Grant county. ' was the over night guest Tuesday of .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carey j Amoi-V the real estate transfers on South W&'.rut street. Mr. Carev ' published this week were the follow-came west to try cut for the Rhodes ing: Tom Miller to Augustus Bucher Scholarship of Oxford University, und. 1-2 111, 111, 125 and und. pt. 63 England. There were two or three Alien Dillon's Add. to Fairmount and men' selected from a number of the, und. 1-2 SWSE 19-23-8 30100 a; $1. largest universities who met at Green-' and Elmer E. Powell to E. A. Roberts, castle Friday to compete for the schol- lot 8, Nixon Winslow's add to Fair-arship. j mouiJt, Ind.; $1. Let It Be the Merriest You Have Ever Enjoy ecL Let it be just as nerry for your family and friends. Mrs. Nellie Buck and family enter- ; tained as guests at Sunday dinner, j S her nephew Alva Baker, wife and sort' j Harry of Marion, Miss Nellie Wil- j ss liams of Jonesbor0 and Mrs. Florence ; Bartholomew. i Miss Orpha Maxey, 21, colored, died Friday at the home of her father, death beinp due to tuberculosis. Funeral services were conducted Sat- ; urday afternoon, burial being made it.' Park cemetery. ; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huston were I the over night guests Saturday of ; Mrs. Huston's brother, Charles Fits-patrkk and wife of Kokomo. Mr. and Airs. Fittpatrick are members of the faculty of the Kokom0 schools. To enable the automobile public to comply with the Headlight Law, we are facusing lights free of charge to everyone. We sell the Halophane Lens and Ncrth Star Shield. Either of these pass every requirement. Will Your Car Pass State Inspeclicn? Every Automob'le must pass tr.ypecticn by Dec 20, 1921. How about yours? Racine Tires Cooper Storage Batteries Nations 1 f il City Garage W. A. Kimes & Son Day and Night Road Service. Phone 4C0 into "Big Round Dollars." The first deposit makes you a member of the club. Every cent of money you pay in will be returned to you in a lump sum about the middle of iext December just at a time you will appreciate it most. Our Christmas Club - is a wonderful incentive for every one in the family to save. It will be fun for the little ones and will encourage them in the habit of thrift. Have everybody enrolled, the baby included, aiAl you will have a glorious Christmas in your home when "Santa" comes next winter. Accept our invitation. Join at once. Save for Christmas or any other purpose you may have irl mind. You are cordially invited to become a member of our Eighth Annual Christmas Club. We feel sure you will enjoy saving a small amount of money weekly, for the special purpose of providing for your Holiday expenses next year. The plaij is so easy, yet so practical, that you will be pleased more and more as your small deposits grow into a substantial amount. Think how nice it will be to have all the money you will need for gift and other incidentals next Christinas. The deposits are small arAl So conveniently arranged that they can be easily kept up. The small amounts that usually slip through your fingiers for trifles will soon grow F. R. Elliott arAl family of Kokomo, W. W. Elliott and wife of Marion, S. F. Elliott and family of Radley and Mrs. C. I. Salyers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Salyer's father, W. S. Elliott.' r j FREE? extra trousers Mr. and Mrs. Ob Relfe had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spence and Lucille and Tone S S.pence. Miss Mable Riggs was at g -afternoon caller and Mr. and Mrs. EEE Denver Riggs and children were Sun- s r i day evening gmests. with every made-to-measure suit COURT CALENDAR FOR FOURTH WEEK. No Matter How Much Money You May Have You Will Have More if You Become a Member The calendar for the fourth week j SSS of the circuit court, November term, , srs starting Monday, December 12, was posted Friday. Cases set for the fourth week are as follows: ir: Monday, December 12 State vs. : Price. i : Tuesday, December 12 State vs. : Kessler; Norman vs Norman. j ; Wednesday, December 14 State vs. i Er s Wood; Loan Co. vs. Koldyke. j : Thursday, December 15 Comer j s Estate (exceptions) ; Selxer vs. tnsur- r" "5 ance company (issues) ; Keener vs. k I State ian rairmouni Get busy at once cash in on thislsensational money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. - Get double the wear fromTyourlsuitfon account of the extra pants and have' them made to your individual measure. I cams material ao the ouit RifcWe ISirca., of coiairce "THE HOME FOR SAVINGS Keener. Friday, December 16 Merrell vs. Moore; Bowman vs. Bowman. 1MI i::r.::::::::r.::::: Hlilllllltlla

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