The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on December 12, 1921 · Page 4
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December 12, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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T THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS making a short vis-: xxxxxxxr rxxxxxzxxxxxxxxxxzxx: j Reuben Fritx is it in Indianapolis. 'M ! Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless spent Today is the Day the Citizens State 3 THE NEW THINGS ; the week-end in Indianapolis. M Col. J. J. MeEvoy says: "Totake out soreness use Borrey's Salve. M H We are showing this week, 36 inch Cretonnes. Oliver Buller and wife and Mrs. C. A. Lewis are spending today in India- napolis. J Bank Starts Its Christmas Honey Club for 192:2 Begins December 12th, 1921. You can join any time in December or January Following HERE ARE THE MEMBERSHIP DIVISIONS 3 36 inch Silkoline, the latest designs, per yd. 25c Mrs Miles Rush was the guest of V Mr and Mrs. Charles Brush in Jones- cfj Another shipment ot rancy oath loweisat SI.00 j boro, at dinner Wednesday. 75c, 50c and 25c. Jpj Fancy Huck Towels, embroideried ends, each Charles F. Naber and family left Saturday for St. Petersburg, F!a., where they will spend the winter. 5Cc. liJ Something new in Curtain Goods at 50c, 35c, "23 30c and 25c per yard. 0l Mrs. Charles Brush and son Charles Robert of Jonesboro, were in Fair-mount on business Saturday. Mrs. Jeanette Simons, wh0 lias been PLAN A SECURES ?12.7.- First deposit 1c, increasing lc each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 30c. PLAN li SECURES $23.30 First deposit 2c, increasing c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $1.00. PLAN C SECURES $63.73 First deposit 5c, increasing 3c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $2.50. PLAN I SECURES $127.30 First deposit 10c, increasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $5.00. PLAN E SECURES $23.50 First deposit $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 C SECURES $127.50 First deposit $3.00, 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 $23.00 Deposit 50c each week for 50 weeks. PLAN J SECURES $30.00 Deposit $1.00 each week, for 50 week. PLAN K SECURES $100.00 Deposit $2.00 each week, for 50 weeks. I in Fairmount for several weeks, has returned to her home in Fowlerton.. I The Bee Hive Cash Store S H M N M H M H M H M M H M M i H M M X M .H We Are Showing All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND I Charles Davis and tw0 children, cf j Wabash, were the Sunday guests of ' Mr. Davis' parents. Rev. and Mrs. El-Iwood Davis. Mr. Davis was formerly ' employed as a printer on The Fair-mount News. Mrs. Rolland JJmith, who has been . ... . & . t z; PEOPLE W. A. Taylor ar.d wife were in Ma-, ? "IUUTOn ,,as. rion Saturdav 'home. She was accompanied to her I . home by Charles Fry and family 1 r a t o..j...'of Pendleton who made a brief visit 182? K, sipr r ft Art 1 tfkT j here. evening guests of Mrs. Ajma Howell. , ! The W. C. T. U-, which was to have John Green and family of Muncie, mpt xvith Mrs. Rose Seale ha. bocn Mrs. rt Ho'Iir.gsworlh and rv wt-re in Marion Satur. y CUSts f 3Tld MrS' obliged to change it, place of meeting M John tuir.agan. pn account of the serious illness of dav, Mrs. Seal and wr.l meet with Lev. and i Tory Payne and familv were Sen- Mrs. S. Adelbert Wood on Fr Mrs. !art:n Schlagenhaft ar.d It is a simple rule to success, for one who saves becomes industrious, more intelligent and alert to opportunity life has in store for him. When you have money is the time to save when you want money we will have it for you. Start a Christmas Money Club Account Today. dAachtcr Dt-cris were Marion visitors l'ay frosts cf Mrs. Darlie Payr.e and ternoon at the usual hour. family southwest of town. j H H H M M H H M H H H H M M N M H H H H N H H M H N H M k. A j ! Mr. and Mrs. William M. Jones have W Mrs. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oz Relfe and children ,?ne to Albany, Ga.. where they will . J nJ Mr. and Mrs. Brocks . . ' xr." "r-tl t- - a . 1 t T : v.ra ies Kesslcr were C'Ur.aay evening aocompar-iea py .iiss .ame tvi.egs, oe guc-srs oi .ir. arm -iis. ou iin i.t-w iS ( weie Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fowler, fovr.v . Mr. nr.d Mrs. Clio Rush. Ralph Howell near Radley. Other er Fairmeunters. Mr. Jonos exprcts Dec. 3 at S cucst were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howell to spend considerable time in hunting mmm - " -m-iw L?: .y.?....-.V-.-; evo: ..aT:.iy .- i - 7i Whvbrew occurred the f"11 Votley. ; M :vs. ii. r-arvia ce S- icy. ! :'i"-f vu r Ernest Holland of Cleveland, O., A ccr.vcation will be held in the and Harry Jamison of St. Louis, Mo.. h:ch schovl' auditorium Fr:day after- have been spending a few days hero noon at 2:15 o'clock, with a special with Byron T raster. Mr. Holland was program arranged by Prof. T. B. connected with Mr. Tvaster in his tree Ir. William Hoppis of r.d Mrs. Marv Wright Mrs. Hoppis is the r. sr.,i Mrs. Lewis Mit- u-t. Mr. Hopis is a ;-c f.-.rmer cf Horry N 1 V.4 . THE OWZSTBAMIy IN SOUTHERN OrtANT COUMTrjS Kr.Tskup and 31 is cimpie. rea- work some lour or nve yoa ago wn..e r turos of the program will bo numbers covering the Chicago and Detroit ter. :v. Mable riiory which embraced Michigan and Tvurl Brewer farm where they will be bv Mrs. Otho Compton and 9 '.x' "v, ; t?'w r -w i i)r v m Ohio. Fc-:tr.cr Cost iv fr: ends. AAA AAA A x.iVv.AAAAAAiK A A AAA. 12U spent riar.s are already being made for i re'.a-,; ACADEMY NOTES t jtne Dig cnristmas lestival which will : !., l.i l .i,.,.;.,., u , rrr tives in Invlianapolis. ur iict'i yj iiiiz liiiiv; uulu.q J l Juab utr W. EIGHTH ANNUAL ! t , j , . x , fere the holidays. Mrs. James a'poie, who is em- . An excellent program was given by ployed in Indianapolis, spent the the Literary society Friday afternoon Mark Norton was absent from week-era with her parents, Mr. and us fallows: school Thursday anil Friday because of sickness. T1 Mrs. O. R. Scott ami her son James in this city. 1 Song Jesse Brookshire, Velma Ben I nerd, Mildred Waymire. ! Aurora Lights Hazel Leach. Eiiio Mcllaiton. who for some timo i The next basket ball game at the Academy will be played next Friday with Warren high school as the Acad, i emy's opponent. has been eirploved in Peru, arrived in I ' ,U,K' w,J-,cira iennent. i -v rea.iing Florence Larroi. Fairmount lact wcx-k to remain over i A song Vernice Ellincwood. Picture album Ruth Allen and Ever. tno no mays wiim nor parciits, .ir. ana Mrs. Roy McHattcn. ett Smith. The girls have organized a basket ba!l team and are now practicing, hard under the co rhing of Miss Dillion, Quab A real pep meeting was held Thurs. English instructor. With each prac- ' Mrs. Dwight Wadsworth cf Vino- - lard, New Jersey, arrived in Fair- 1 mount Thursday to make an extended SE j visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Er: I Andrew Weyler in this city. uny morning during chapel period, tice they show a decided improvement Speeches were made by teachers, itui- a- the regular team will be picked entg and members of the team. - -t- , in .lie r.ear future. It is hoped that (the speeches were made some real yell- game3 can be arranged with out of , ing was done under the leadership of jt"". :: rchools during January and Feb- grs j Hazel Relfe was the small hostess 3 at a party Thursday evening which Little and O'Mara, yell leaders. Ji.rry. You May Join One or More of the Following Classes. Just before Christmas You Will Receive All the Money You Have Saved. EEE ! celebrated her seventh birthday anni- ; versa-y. The littld guests brought ' their hostess some very nice presents ! and had a delightful evening playing ; f-l games, during which time they were ! ; servea wun cracKerjacK. ine guests included Dorothy Dale, Mildred Comp- i ton, Helen Peirce, Thelma M.organ, i Mildred Stern, Ccil Morgan, Mar- ; p-uerite Spence, Dorothy Spence, and EEE i Wavne Relfe. 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 must pass 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 j WEDNESDAY NIGHT TO BE EE! PRAYER MEETING NIGHT. The Friends church announced last Class 5. Members paying 5 cents the first week, 10 cents the second week, and increasing ? cents each week for fifty weeks,- will I s t $63.75 Class 5 A. Members paying $2.50 the first week, $2.4 " the second week, and decreasing 5 cents each .reek for fifty weeks will get $63.75 Class 25 Fixed. Members paying 25 cents a week for fifty weeks, will get $12-50 Class 50 Fixed. Members paving 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 certs the second week, and increasing 1 rt each week f jr fifty weeks, will t $12.75 Oass 1A. MeniSers paying 50 cents the first week, 4S cents ths second week, and decreasing 1 cent each week for fifty weeks will pet $12.75 Clars 2. Members paying 2 cents the first week, 4 cents the second week, and increasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks, will pet $25.50 C:&s 2A. Members paying $1-00 the first week, 93 cents the second week, and decreasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks, will get $25.50 week that its regular prayer meeting rs! night would be changed from Tues day night to Wednesday night, these weekly gatherings of the church membership being hereafter held on the latter night, instead of Tuesday night as heretofore. This action i in con formity with action being taken ,by FREE! extra trousers other churches, on the suggestion of the local ministerial association. The purpose is to secure uniformity among the churches so that other organizations may be able to arrange non-con. with every made-to-measure suit flicting schedules. With Four Per Cent Interest Added if all Pay-ments are Made Regularly or In Advance. Don't Forget the Opening Date, Monday, December 12 th, at 8 o'clock a. m. The Delphi Journal in speaking of sa i the public school activities says: S3- i "College Days, a new musical com- Ess j edy, just out this year, will be present- S3S j ed by the Glee Club of the high school, -, Tuesday evening, December 20th. A- sss bout 30 high school boys and girls will J appear in this production. The cast Get busy at once cash in on thislsensational money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. Get double the wear fromyourjsuitlon account of the extra pants and have them made to your individual measure. - same material as the suit Ribble Bros., of course Ban Fairmouit State K I s EES ssss and chorus are rehearsing diligently under the direction of Miss Grace Cleveland, music director, while the ssa manual training and art departments -1 THE HOME FOR SAVINGS" srsjjare preparing Van appropriate stagje rr Si setting. It is the ambition of those rif in charge to make this production r : equal if not superior to the well re I f membered "Cherry Blossom of last iiiiii!i;lj: year. .4s- v

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