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December 8, 1921

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS v WOMEN OF OTHER LANDS Belgian women have been employed Xmmas Caimdies and Xmas Trees THREE FAIRMOUNTERS CELEBRATE TOGETHER. Wednesday, December 7, marked the passing of a milestone for O. R-Scott, Atty., John Heavilin, County Commissioner, and M. A. Seright, S.tate Highway Inspecter. In celebration of these birthday anniversaries Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Seright entertained at their home on East Washington street Wednesday evening, where a very happy time was spent by the honor guests and their families. A feature of the evening's entertainment was the splendid oyster supper WATCH WATCH In the railway, postal and telegraph! services since 1882. Japanese women do the painting and decorating of the thousands of fragile toys that the country exports. The greatest disgrace that an Arab woman ran suffer Is not to be able to Jive In perfect compatibility with her husband's wives. Egyptian women perform a strange , ceremonial dance at funerals which archaeologists have traced back to the ancient ritual for the dead. Many women In Slam are employed In workshops. In factories and on the railways and roads, where they are paid the same rates as men for equal work. When the Ainu women In Japan aro. growing up, what resembles a miis- Place Your Order Today and Be Sure taclie Is tntooed on their Hps, for with-Mrs. out tlit- dccomtlon thIr matrimonial THE SPOTS We Have an Unusually Xmas Candies and a Good 25c Value Peanut Buter. .15c Sweet Potatoes, 6 lb 23c Cabbajre, per lb, 5c Red Beans, 3 cans . . 25c Kidney Beans, 2 cans 25c Can Soups 10c Sainton, 2 cans for 2oc Orn, 10c, 12 l-2c and 20c .Apricots, 15c Pineapple, large run . 35c Head Rice, 2 lbs 15c Ray Miss Carma Thompson spent Thurs- day niSht with Miss Sarah Mart. Mrs- EIsie Seely and Mrs. Flossie Brattain were puests Sunday after. noon of Mrs- Hie Collins, Mr- a"d Mrs. George Sternburg anc children visited Sunday with John Sternberg and family near Sweetser. Mrs. Ida Gibson, Mrs. Anna Howell and Mrs. Suede Howell assisted Mrs. Alia noweii in cooKing ior ioaaer shredders Tuesday. Joe Jones and grandson Joseph Jar-vis whose birthdays both occurred on Sunday were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening by several members of Jones Chapel church, the evening was spent socially and with music ter which a pot-luck supper was serv. ed to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Fear , . , , "na 8" ",oni" "r" ' " "u Mr- BJ M- Charles Jaryis and son, Mrs. Verlin Nesbitt, Mr. and Mrs. ! Frank Seely and son, Mr. and Will Seelv and family. Mr. and Eakins, Mr. and Mrs. Moine Morton i and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard j Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Compton, ! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones and Branson Hungriford. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell and I daughter, Miss Beatrice and Miss . Beatrice aiart canea on mrs. Cox at the Marion hospital Sunday j afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hasty were j eruesU at dmer Sunday 01 Mrs. Anna HowpII. Mrs. Suede Howell was an ! 'afternoon truest. Rev. Mulligan is m charge of the vival meeting that is being held at J?s Chapel Christian church Mr and Mrs. Edwin- Wimm of "ear. San e' we'e. ?t? Mr Sundav of forei rTW ,and Mrs; JhT Mr nd sP?"t the afternoon, with Mr. and Mrs. Russel Wimmer Paul Todd is spending a few days with hi, brother Ora near Rigdon, 1 and is helping him shuck corn. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones and ! daughter Jean, had as their guests at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest MilU and children and Mrs. Frantz. Frank Hilton spent Sunday after- i noon with George and Eugene Collins. Messrs. W. D. and Bert Todd were business callers at Marion Tuesdav. Miss Alice Howell spent Saturday 1 afternoon with Mrs. Alta Howell. Bert Todd chairman of the Liberty j township unit of Grant County Tuberculosis society has called a meeting to be held at "nig home Friday evening. Miss Powell, executive secretary of the Grant County Tuberculosi, Society will be present and give a talk and it is hoped all" workers of the township will be present arid receive instructions. 1 Mrs. WiTl Mart is spending the week with lier son Russel Mart and "wife near L.ittle Ridge, tf Roseburjr and Mr. and Mrs Stinger and son Walter. Mrs. i j THE SPOTS Excellent Assortment of Supply of Christmas Trees Olio, 2 lbs 55c Can Cream, 5 for 50c Peaches in syrup 35c No. 3 can Kraut 15c Corn Flakes 10c Cooking Butter 25c Peaches, per can 15c Fancy Mackeril .....15c Salt Fish, 5 lbs 25c WE HAVE XMAS TREES FROM 75c UP. Order Bob Lindsay, Prop Mr. and Mrs. Oayton "Dlckerson visited Mrs. Dickerson's father, Mr. : Fred Vetors of Summitville, "Sunday, j R Langsdon i driving the Fair-'- - high school trnck this j J & , ; ! i i ! j ! j i The Mayflower Phone Your Phone 11 FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter prospects are poor. An edict ajralnst wearing of short skirts and the displaying of arms has been lijsyied by the city magistrate of Shanghai. In future, offenders will be arrested and fined. The women of Persia, who, until 70 years ago, were nonentities outside their homes, are now enjoying the same privileges as the men and rapidly rising out of their old-time slavery. WORTH WHILE PARAGRAPHS A clean conscience Is better than unclean cash. The line of least resistance doesn't always lead furthest. They should flay the hide, as well as hides, off the Fordney tariff bill. Honestly, are yon as badly off as y?u make yourself believe you are? Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 arid Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 n. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 8 to 11 a. m. LU3f&RDIA is 'without a rival" in csrd:nary or dp-seated Coughs ami Colds, difficult breathing, and for dir e relief of Whooping Cough. The wonderful results following its use will astonish you and make you its life-loWg friend. Your money liadk, if you have ever used its eiQXKl. Danger 'lurks where there is ;a Cough t Cold: Conquer it cpi.it kly with UJNGARDIA. Safe for all ages. f0 ct3. and $1.20 per bottle. Manufactured by Lungar-diu'Co. Dallas, Texas. Fot ' Sale By i. h. o'yvR . eouria; pota 1 uapolioI Mmmleal f55v2S53i j rSeely spent Thursday afternoon with Mark Norton ratg absent from the, Mrs. Ollie Collins. I 11 !i ri POINT ISABEL !i RADLEY Dorothy and Troy Wimmer speit Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline. Roy John is confined to his bed as a result of having his tonsila removed Saturday. Mrs. AiAia Crider is on the sick ljst j MM rnronn Relfe and dau,jhtr nf Fairmount. spent , Wednesday night and Thursday with Mrs. Anna Howell. Mrs. Pearlie Elliott attended the community meetitrg at Rigdon Wednesday night. The orchestra of the Fairmount Academy furnished the music for the evening. Cecil John and daughters, Dorothy 'and Louise, and Mrs. Lewis Johr of Point Isabel, spent Sunday afternoon U AT,. ITtonlr T nVi n nnrl familv Willi mil s. w.mm. ""i,M i Charles James spent Saturday tight Marion with his brother, George in James. Revival meeting begun Monday nif ht at the Jones Chapel church. Edwin Wimmer of Feru, was at the Viome of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wimmer, Saturday. Mr. arl Mrs. Ike Hall are entertaining their nephew, Clarence Turner, from Oklahoma. Elmer Chamness is on the sick list, w ' Miss Dorothy Wimmer had tonsil, removed last Wednesday. Ralph Worline spent Wednesday inght at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Himelick of Marion. Misses Lora Brown and Waneta W oQUor arA T.Pslio Wilhor-n nf Fair- . .i . i o. i ing of Rov John ' Art Comer was a Fairmourt caller Saturday morning. " Mr. and Mrs, Roscoe Shockley and daughter Mary Alice of Marion took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott and son Charles. Mr. ai'.l Mrs. Scnti. Hrnrv WPrP thP Su-nday evening guests of Anna Crid- er and Mary Whipple. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Elliott and children were gc,?stg Sunday at the home of Wm. Elliott at Fairrnoui.'c Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Doc Elliott and children of Kokomo; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elliott of Marion. Mrs. Lune Henry spent Sunday afternoon at the "home of her father, Dave Jones. Mrs. Dave Joes, who recently underwent a surgical opera- tioi is rpnorted not to be so well. Mrs. Cleo Worline called on Mrs. Art Comer Monday afterrSoun. Wilson Elliott shredded Monday afternoon. Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Everybody wel- come. p M Mrs COMMUNITY ITEMS ! Lertnard 'Moor and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart and daughter Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. ! ert. Todd were business caller, at , Marion Friday. Mrs. Harry Jones a former resident 'of the Jones Chaptl neighborhood is j confined to his bed with rheumatism ! at ner home near Gas City. Miss Irene Thompson spent one ni-hf rocent'v with Miss Alice Little of Fairnrourrt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vaness and daughter Hettie Louise of Back Creek, attended chv.rch at Radley Sunday and were guests at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. George Yale. Miss Bertha Todd was a guest nt Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Stewart and son Flrwd wor. o.ip1 .nnor SnHav I f tv, 1 r . !.. l j diiirc a. iiiMii ! 'Ai ti 1 idiitn . iti 1 . Vemie Hilton and son Garland were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and dausrh t?r Bertha spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steirs. Miss Connie Stinger sDent Sunday afternoon with Miss Carma Thompson. Miss Dorothy AVimmer wag operated on at Marion last week for he remocwal of her 'tonsils. Mis, Maud Kimbrough was a nest -f oSr-- Sunday of Mrs. Lucile Ber taux -at Fairmamit. They motored to . A'exanaria in ine aiternoon, wiiere they visited relatives of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart and daughter Gladys "had as their guests Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Will lodct ana daughter Kertha, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Effiott and son Charles, Mr- and Mrs- Bert Todd and children -m m . m . 1 . . -m-w -a r arie Mllr aml en, Mrs. Alice "8' ' ",c evening was spent cqsially and home- .made candy and popcorn were served. MNanc- Stewart and daughter, ;Mis iVlarv." ant Friday afternoon -with Mrs. Alta Howell. Miss Maud Kimbrough accompanied by Mrs. Phoebie Lancaster of Ohio, and Miss Maud Briles of Fairmount, motored to Muncie Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lancaster, who has been a guest at the Kimbrough home for several weeks will remain in Muncie for a few days before returning- to her j home in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Elliott and children, Miss Pauline, Glen and Or-ville were guests Sunday afternoon of William Eljiott and grand-daughter Miss Mildred Elliott at Fairmount, other guests at the Elliott home were Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Elliott of Kokomo, Mr. and JMrs. Walter Elliott of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elliott and children of Muncie and Mrs. Rath Sal-yers of Fairmount. Mrs. Mary E. Stewart of Fairmount visited a couple of -days last week with Mr., and (Mrs. Owen Kimbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moon and sons Floyd and Wayne and Mr. and I Mrs. Charles Florea and sons Thur- ,man, James and Lee spent Sunday ev. emng with James Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. una Evans nad as . and Mrs. William Knight and children ! ' i ! ' j ! j 1 j ' 1 ! , "Well Known "Woman Passes Away, i Mrs. Delia Corn, who has l)een ser- j Sttusly ill for a week at her home, i passed away Monfiay morning about , 8 o'clock leaving a husband and one son. twelve years old. Mrs. Corn took sick Monday night with a severe ; pain in the Ujid atrd after a time the misery was driven down and an ab-j ces formed in her throat which to gether with an inward goitre caused her death. Furttral arrangement have been -made for Wedney2ay at '11 o'clock at the M. P. church with Rev's. Rector and Fuller in charge. Burial tto be mate in Park cemetery, Fair-mount. School Items. Dorothy Kiersteaa nas rexumea a school after a prolonged illness. , Evelyn and ilbur GorreTl moved from the school district last week. I John Crecraft was the champion; ;11 - 4- cnclTmir nnrtentt 'FriHsiV liZl1"' 1 . served by the hosts. The mallard duck breeds as far north as Greenland. It always pays to advertise in The Fairmount News. FOR SALE FOR SALE Purdue Experiment Sta- station recommends the following balanced ration dry mash feed for self feeders: 100 lbs tankage, 30(1 lbs. bran and middlings, 100 lbs. oil meal, 100 lbs. corn meal, making 600 lbs for $12.00. For 150 chickers feed 3 quarts of wheat and 3 quarts of oats in the morning and 16 quarts of shelled corn at night. A. A. Ulery '& Co. TANKAGE 60' quality guaranteed. $52.00 per ton delivered your farm. Cotton Seed meal $2.40 per hundred. Kelley's Feed Store. Phone 275. FOR S.ALE One storm bugyy, gpod as new. D. M. Woollen. - FOR SALE Mailing lists. Names and addresses 1,000 Grant county farmers. Up-to-date. Address Box 38, Fairmount, Ind. FOR SALE A few thoroughbred Li,ht Brahmas Cockrels. Phone Black 325-1. FOR SALE Swift & Co., are shipping us another car of COf Tankage, cash price $56.00 per tor off car. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR SALE 7-room house, good location and ill good repair, reasonable. Inquire at 323 E. Second. FOR SALE Corn. Herman Jones, Phone, Black 389-1. WANTED WANTED Good wheat for milling purposes. We pay above regular prices as we need it for milling use. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOUND FOUND Where you can get a hair cut for 35c, shave 15c. Conrad'g Barber Shop. TAKEN UP-Peacock. -A stray hog. John MISCELLANEOUS FOR QUICK Auto service-call W. G Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Phone 382-2 rings on Red. TYPEWRITERS. Cleaned, repaired, sold. Ribbons, supplies. W rite, phone, call, Arnold's . Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Next to Lyric Theatre downstairs. Marion, Ind. B Frankfort, Ind. 3 5J afternoon. 'r, 1 " t ' h r,r 7h- YnuTi dinner Sunday of Miss Gladys Tygart Several are out this week on ac- boro and latte nding the ministerial , h on Miss Dorothy count of sickness. . meetmg at his home J Wimmer in the afternoon. i John Langsdon was quite sick Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearson and j Rov. Doa Pe r-,- and R-v L?-'1Ic-'-' day night and Tuesday and unable to 'family spent Sunday with Mr. and Hiatt, both of Phlox, conducted er-be in schooL Mrs. J. N. Gibson. j vices at the Radlev church Sunday I School was dismissed VNednesdayj Mrs. Elge Richards is quite sick at morning. " I r during the last halt of the torenoon on acrnunt of the funeral of Russel Corn's mother. Dora Lee Crecraft was absent from school during the last half of the afternoon Tuesday on account of sick-mess. The -school children have drawn -names or the exchange of "Xmas pre. ent t be given this year, Elex Roberts is driving the Fowler-j ton school truck for Tora Hayden this week Announcements. The Rev. Mattie Cammack Gibson ' moved their household goods to Fow-of Jonesboro, w;ho is the Grant coun- J lerton and will rent room, in Marion ty field worker for the W. C. T. U., 5 where they will be close to Mr. Scott's will spend next Thursday Dec. 15th in ! work. r airmount Academy Monday on ac-. count of illness. Mrs. Ethel Newby and Margaret i- nj m tu t .,w ' day afterrwon. Mrs. Fern Wood of Boston, lnd., spent wK.-jf.u wiui hut paieias, , Mr. and Mrs. John Leach Mrs. Jennie Leach returned home days ir i . r . j : . llftritlHV H1UT HlltIllIlIIIf a &fV -ith Mattew iriends. Mr and Mrg Robert McCorkhill of pgt a0 visiting Lora Hayden . , tW ' Rev. ailU MIS. tilllltr rSj.rcJlL lUtt- day -th Rev Sm.th H of Jones. yyer home in the east part of town this week. Mr. D. C. Duling and "Miss 1 1 'ia Dulinf 1 were in Marion Tuesday after. non. nr.. a Af- ir.rn.;i n.,T; taind Mr. nl Mrs. Tlav l.ansdon I and son John, Mrs. Eva Duling and children, Misses Florence and Fern Dome to Sunday dinner. Eva Partridge and son Frank, called on Mrs. N. W. Raber Sunday eveiiing. mt. and Mrs. James Sctt have Omer Carrol and daaghter of Marion, spent Saturday . night and sundjry with her imither, Mrs. Mary! Yarbraagh. i R , fi,-,.- Mvir and Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Leach and family - v va m. u uiinvi O iv spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Curry. ... . , . . Herbert Leach was absent from school Klonday. Miss Ollie Duling of Washington, j D. C, returned home last Wednesday surance department. She will return t0 her work after the holidays. Mr. Wm. Murray accompanied Frank Hundley of Summitville to New York and Philadelphia for week or ten days stay on business. Mr. and Mr. Everett Simons and children, Mrs. Vivian Wright and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of D. C. Duling and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Himelick were in Marion Friday afternoon. Verde Wright is traveling salesman for a firm in the northern part of the state this week. Mrs. Pete Pearson and Mrs. Ralph Pearson and daughter Beatrice, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Earl Duling. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Reeve and family. Mrs. Myrtle Gilbreath and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Leach. Migs Ada Richards is on the sick list this week. WANTED TO BEAR All the latest ' ' i t I j a i f Mr. and Mrs. Eh Lightfoet of Ma- rion visited relatives here la-st week. Several from this vicinity attended the ,rBrewer Sale near 'Fairmount last Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Seward entertained her children and grandchildren at din. ner Thankivine dy. Those present -were, Mr. and Mrs. 3oe Seward, Mr. and Mrs. John Fleener, Mr. and Mrs. Th.oma Davis of Muncie, Mr. and Mts. John Ferree of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Mauice Davis of Mivicie, Mrs. Nettie Ferree of Converse. Paul I Ferree, Roland Fleener. Edith Fleen-j er, Helen Davis. Ivan Seward, Berlin i Seward, Dale ,Fleener, Lee Seward j and Mary Ellen Seward. Word has been received here that j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Titus of Marion re enteriaming xwm oauits ui iiirir , home a boy and a girl. Mr. and Mrs. i Titus are well known here. - . GEE! I'M THANKFUL. I used to play in football game8 When I was but a lad, And get my body bruised and wretched, ,M face all bunged op bad. My blood would often ooze so fast Twould get the ground all wet. I gness I was a lucky gray, For see I'm living yet. WheiJ Uncle Sam grt in the wax, A soldier I become; For fourteen months I went thremgh Hell And won my share of fame, The Prussian with his lead and gas A score of times I've met, For see I'm living yet. And now that I'm a married man Another war is here; Twixt rolling pins and flying things I live in constant fear; My ear is smashed my teeth are gone My eyes are 1lack as jet, iWTio said I was a lucky guy? Gosh Darn I'm living yet. Arionymous. M. E. LADIES ADD BUYS HEALTH BOND. There was a gpod attendance at the regular business and social session of the Ladies Aid Society, of the M. E. church which was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alice Ramsey on South Walnut street. In addition to the regular business of th society, it was voted to buy a five dollar Health Bond to' aid the Christmas seal campaign of the Grant County Tuberculosis Society. During the so. cial hour the hostess served a delicious light lunch; 2CEWfc WANT ADS. 3 Irvofitable Dairying Requires a few things besides good cows, comfortable barns, silo, pSecty of the right kind of feed, and that properly-rationed. It needs also A CONSTANT, EVEN OUTLET1 the year round, one that insures a fair market value forr Butterft, in whatever quantities produced, one that will! conservetthe quality, so that a grade of Butter will be made from it JEhat will bring- the highest market prices. Schlosser's Cream Route System inaugurated when, the Schlosser Fowlerton. Her forenoon -work Ul be ra the school where she will speak j in behalf of tne w. t,. a. u. on me subject of the Bible taugfrt in the , nublic schools, also to tne cmiaren on Bible stories. She mav also spend a part of that time in the Leachburg school, in tne aiternoon mrs. uioson will address the Fowlerton union at the home of Kirs. Elizabeth Thorn. A good attendance is expected. Mrs. N. W. Raber has charge of a j Xmas prop-ram to be given at her . twr a tew weeks vacation, miss um-home in the east part of town next 1 mfi holds a position in the War In- Brothers business was founded more than 37 years ago, and consistently maintained all these years, has proven to be the only Jstystetoi exser used or now being used that accomplishes these re-;sutts. See our -Eoute Collector, District Supervisor, or drop a postal to the Home Office. We want to tell you xaore of the benefits of Schlosser's Cream Route System. Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock for the Cradle Roll department, livery cradle Roll baby and mother are urged to be present to enjoy the snecial features of the afternoon. Mrs. Lennie Dickerson will talk to the mothers the subject of "How to Teach the Child to Obey.' Mrs. Elsie Jones win give the children a Xmas story. Mrs. Edith Caskey sings a Xmas carrol. " 1 ! :The Fowlerton Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Mahoney and Mrs. Blanche Leach are tb leaders in charge of the meeting. ; Locals and Personals. iMri and Mrs. Joe Tobin have been in Fairmount for a few dayR returned td their home here Tuesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dye and family 01 Rigdon attended the M. P. church ervices Sunday morning, accompany. tan Clarence Smith and family home re,ninr .with Mr. and Mr. Willard IVckerson and attended services at the Mesleyan: church Sunday night. A1ID THEN, a De Laval Separator is necessary to make yoor cows profitable. New low prices now in effect. Ask your local De Laval Agent or our Route Collector about a Pe Laval Separator. SCHLOSSER BROTHERS Cream Buyers Since 1884 -Mi Home Office IZ1 news. Apply The News oke ortheir guests Sunday afternoon,. Mr, 'phone 265.

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