The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on December 8, 1921 · Page 8
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December 8, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Tipton vs. F. A. Friday nite. F. A. Gym. The Citizens State Bank's Charles Haugh was in Marion on business today. 0 L Howard Tetrick spent Sunday in Elwood the guest of his grandparents. J Mrs. Patterson has finest line of Xams goods ever shown. Read adv. eleswhere. Christmas Money Club Begins December 12th, 1921. You can join any time in December or January Following HERE ARE THE MEMBERSHIP DIVISIONS Don't fail to see the strong Tipton net team in action Friday night at the F. A. gym. We are showing a new line of Silks in Taffeta, Messaline, Pongee, Shantung, Tricolette, Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe and Jap Silks, and it will pay you to get our prices before you buy. for in store adv. Go to the Patterson Art your Xmas novelties. See another column. William Vinson was called to Indi-ananpolis Thursday by the serious of a daughter. PLAN E SECURES $25.30 First depbsit $1.00, decreasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 2c. PLAN F SECURES $63.75 First deposit $2.50, decreasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 5c. PLAN G SECURES $127.50 First deposit $5.00, decreasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 10c. PLAN H SECURES $12.50 Deposit 25c each week, for 50 weeks. PLAN I SECURES $25.00 Deposit 50c each week for 50 weeks. PLAN J SECURES $50.00 Deposit $1.00 each week, for 50 week. PLAN K SECURES $100.00 Deposit $2.00 each week, for 50 weeks. PLAN A SECURES $12.75 First deposit lc, increasing lc each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 50c. PLAN B SECURES $25.50 First deposit 2c, increasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $1.00. PLAN C SECURES $63.75 First deposit 5c, increasing 5c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $2.50. PLAN D SECURES $127.50 First deposit 10c, increasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $5.00. The Public Speaking Class of the high school will make a trip to the public library at Marion on next Tuesday afternoon. The Bee Hive Cash Store Get Our Prices On All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Artie Miller and family have moved from the William ''imons farm east of town to their home on the Muncie pike. H M M M M M M M M M M H M M H M H M !M I $SuIFeet I Miss Artis James has returned to her home in Louisville, Ky., after a 'week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. Glenn i Henley. PEOPLE The Amoma Girls of the Baptist church will meet on Friday night of this week with Miss Lillian Dunbar at her home on North Vine street. It is planned to discuss the Chirstmas party at this meeting, arAi also do some ouKnow Mrs. Lawrence Buller has returned home from Knightstown where she has been making a week's visit with relatives. Mrs. Bruce LeRoy is very ill at her home 02.' North Walnut street. Mrs. Otto Hamilton has returned H iwork for the Industrial school located I at Zionsville. ' from Oaklandon where she was called i . . . i 1 m i - f 4. I t i to atrena me iunerai oi ner lamer s from Shirley j brother, Charles Bolander. W. G. Moor returned Mrs. Alice Covbin is seriously ill at her home en South Viife street. M M To our customers the past year, we extend our thanks and appreciation for your account, and your checks are being mailed December 10th and invite you to renew with us in 1922. We also extend a cordial invitation for all others to join this service and join our 1922 CHRISTMAS MONEY CLUB and be thank-ful on that Christmas. the first of the week where he has had j i Elder, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. y Make year selections for Xmas at Fa:tercr.Art store early. See adv. ! George Hasty, living south of town, H i is reported to be some better after a V M H charge of an Independent Pentecostal j Mission as pastor and overseer for a ' number of years. He states a good i interest was manifest in the "Over 'Sabbath" services arAi it is expected i that a revival will be held there in very serious illness of diphtheria. Miss Dori? Kiplenger was the gjuest of Miss Lillian Rhoads south of town Sundav. M H H H H H H H H H H M M H M H H H M M Mrs. Rose Delph has returned home from Louisville. Ky), where she has the near future. been for two weeks, called by the to j death of her sister, Mrs. Mary Brown. Mrs. William B. Karwin of Marion xas the Mcr'iav g-uest of Mrs. Walter Downing. Mrs. Hester Purviance went Rushville Saturday where she gave H M H M M M H H M H the vocal numbers on a musical program which was given at the First Presbyterian church of that place. Among her selections she gave two of her own compositiors. She will Mr. and Mr?. Glen Rhoads and sons Lawrence and Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Royal aT.'i daughter, Helen, with Mr. and Mrs. John Rhoads and x tuc nin'CTatuir im cniirurou abiut mnurv Mr. and Mrs. John Dare entertained a company of young people Wednesday evening at their home on South Walnut street, who motored over from Marion to spend the evening. The iUests included their daughter, Miss Cecil Tetrick, Miss Fern Griffith, Von Kilgore and Roy Moore. daughter Blanche, were guests on ' spend a few days with friends in Indi-Sunday at the Will Thorn home near ' anapolis, Columbus, and Franklin be-Gaston. fore returning home. bb: is ill with Mrs. Arthur Sommers diphtheria. Marion Wonder Five Williams Starr Guards Field goals Payne 2, Hollingsworth 2, Leer 2, Olfather 1, Vigua 4, Engle-hart 4, Nessel 2, Vigus 4. Foul goals Englehart 4 out of 6, Nessel 0 out Mrs. Eliza Olfather spent the week end with Mrs. R. Harris in Marion. EIGHTH ANNUAL 1 (Continued from Page One) that clearlv had the Marion team i : worried at all times and that undoub Mr. and Mis. Oliver Buller were in Fowlerton to attend the funeral of Mrs. Corn. j of 1, Payne 7 out of 11. Timer: Ham-i ilton and Baker. Scorer: Morphet. Referee: Hale. Cfin ri 11 m a F. A. Tipton vs. F. A. Friday nite. Gym. Frank Kennedy came over from Indianapolis Sunday, called here by the illness of his father, V. M. Kennedy. tedly would have cinched the bacon had the locals been able to register n5 consistently as usual. Payne also dropped in seven free throws that materially aided the cause of the locals. Lineup and summary: F. H. S., 21 Marion 24 Hollingsworth Englehart Dr. Glenn Henley, who has been !5pTiously ill, is reported to be improv Tipton has the strongest team that ever represented that school. Tipton vs. Academy, F. A. gym, Friday nite. ing. Chnlb Savings Forwards Mrs. Mary Miller is making a num. Mrs. Rachel Lyons has returned from Greensfork where she has been spending the past two months with her darghter, Mrs. Garr Knight. Payne Lawser ber of repairs on her South Walnut Forwards s""?et property, including a new roof. Olfather No35t. i.. Miller and Charles Carey and Centers wife have moved from the Carey farm Leer Vigjus n"ar Oak Ridge into the Miller prop-Guards erty. Come out and boost for your home team in their hardest game of the season Friday night. Tipton vs F. A. F. A. Gym. You May Join One or More of the Following Classss. Just before Christmas You Will Receive All the Money You Have Saved. The Sunday school class of the M. E. church, taught by Mrs. G. D. Mc-Atee will have a party this evening at the home of Mrs. I. Day 'on Henley avenue, at which time a pot luck supper will be served. To enable the automobile public to comply with the Headlight Law, we are facusing lights free of charge to everyone. We sell the Holophane Lens and North Star Shield. Either of these pass every requirement. Will Your Car Pass State Inspection? Every Automobile mutt pats inspection by Dec 20, 1921. How about yours? Racine Tires Cooper Storage Batteries National Oil City Garage W. A. Kimes & Son Day and Night Road Service. Phone 400 Class 5. Members paying 5 cents the first week, 10 cents the second week, and increasing 5 cents each week for fifty weeks, will , t $63.75 Class 5 A. Members paying $2.50 the first week, $2.45 the second week, and decreasing 5 cents each week for fifty weeks will get $63.75 Class 2- Fixed. Members paying 25 cents a week for fifty weeks, will get $12.50 Class 50 Fixed. Members paying 50 cents a week for fifty weeks, will get $25.00 Class 100 Fixed. Members paying $1.00 a week for fifty weeks, will get $50.00 Class 1. Members paying 1 cent the first week, 2 cents the second week, and increasing 1 cent each week for fifty weeks, will g.it $12.75 Class 1A. MemSers paying 50 cents the first week, 49 cents the second week, and decreasing 1 cent each week for fifty weeks will get $12.75 Class 2. Members paying 2 cents the first week, 4 cents the second week, and increasing 2 celnts each week for fifty weeks, will get $25.50 Class 2A. Members paying, $1.00 the first week, 98 cents the second week, and decreasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks, will get $25.50 Jack, the two-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannon was taken to Indianapolis by his parents, where he -ubmitted to a surgical operation at St. Vincent hospital for the removal of his tonsils and adenoids. The little fellow is getting along fine and it is hoped that he may be removed to his home soon. . extra trousers With Four Per Cent Interest Added if all Payments are Made Regularly or In Advance. Don't Forget the Opening Date, Monday, December 12th, at 8 o'clock a. m. with every macle-to-measure suit Get busy at once cash in on thisjsensational ; money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. Get double the wear fromjyourjsuitlon account of the extra pants and have them made to your individual measure. ROUTINE BUSINESS BEFORE THE COUNCIL. Routine business occupied the time of the town board at its regular session Tuesday night, no matters of especial public interest being up for consideration. The street commissioner was instructed to investigate the condition of the storm sewer on Harrison street and report as to necessary repairs needed, or the necessity for a new sewer. The sewer is in a condition that it does not meet the require, ments, and during wet seasons fails to carry off the water. Especially was this true during the recent heavy rains when residents in that part of town found themselves almost flooded out, it i8 said. The street commissioner , was also instructed to make needed repairs on sidewalks wherever found nceessary. The clerk was instructed to draft a new ordinance relating to fowls running at large in the town, making the ordinance to conform to the recently enacted state law. . State Fairmount Jan same material as the suit "THE HOME FOR SAVINGS" Ribble Bro; of course L';!i;:;iiiiiiiiiiii::e

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