The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on December 15, 1921 · Page 5
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 5

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, December 15, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS sMrs. Baird of Jonesboro, mother of : Mrs. Flora Havens, of this vicinity, ! remains in a seriou, condition. 1 A small blate on the roof, at the : home of Mr. Dallas Atkinson caused quite an excitement Saturday morn-,inf. Fire was caused by falling IRiuatolio Sale FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporler until arriving in town. In the mean- I time Jesse Brookshire while driving ' to town found the violin and upon meeting Charles in town gave him his , violin of which the loss had caused ': him some anxious moments. Cleo Worline assisted Elmer Char- ness with his butchering) Tuesday. i We invite all who are not in Sunday school somewhere else to come to Center next Sunday. Sunday school I beginning at 10 o'clock. . . . ,. XT . , ' soot, "rite damage was slight. Howard and Albert Norton, Herbert j Mrs. Sarah Carpenter is leaving for and Howard Leach took dinner with ( ,vtVnriod visit with her daughters Classes Unite for Sunday Morning Service Thf frn'e Rnvotl RiMa Jnhn Mvron Partridge Sunday. S at Anderson. Himelick teacher, ar.d the Ladies ! aml Mrs- Ion Hayden and fam-j IJ;ki -! r x-- T--.i; " ilv. Mv. and Mrs. Kiev Rrhrt5. Witl 1 The undersigned will offer at Public Sale on his farm, one and one-half miles south of Fairmount; one-half mile east of Union Traction Stop No. 6, and three and one-half miles north of Summitville, on, Wednesday, December 21 Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: "It'lC -lc5. .MrS. IIEII L'UiilHi icmn- . -- -- Corn and son Rc-sel took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Doc Miiler nea rMat- COMMUNITY ITEMS i li n RIGDON V- IJ er, umted for Sivniay niornmg biive service. They had a? their teacher Prof. Elsworth Atkinson of Georgia, to address them. H is work with them was highly appreciated and well . " v - ; - . ........ . Fred Nottingham who has been em Mrs. Jane Elliott, Mrs. Lucy Tygart ployed with the Fowlerton Packing John Snowhill, for many years a resident of this vicinity died suddenly Monday afternoon of appolexy. Mr. Snowhill wa nassing from one room 5rTany dUricf the s7STnioPaCfkinffijean; assisted Mrs. Mary Jones in left Tuesday afternoon for LrfSantville ... aa cVinH.tar. Vcln, COOtVlIlg iVfl lOTU' - " O " The Fowlerton reorle and commun 11. ... .4 ,,11 A V -Fnllrvworl iui view VJii VV J SEVEN HEAD OF HORSES Consisting cf one bay horse 9 year3 old, weight 1400 lbs; one bay mare 13 years old, weight 1300 lbs.; one bay horse 9 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; one black mare coming 7 years old, 1400, sound; one-bay horse coming G years eld, 1400, sound; one black horse, 4 year3 old, 1400, sound; one black mare, 4 years old, 1400, sound. iiv jiiui t?UCvU'tnv lilt iuiviivu "1r-v - i i ..i v. j A ; b . . a.a j i Don Justin shirmyi hi rAttio bv Mrs. Elmer Chamness- spent Satur- i,tantiy and Sunday at Kokomo, where v I. u have been mvitw to auenu : - - 1 r - . -y ,lv .7 . . . . j truck TTWsdAY morning to Fnorki- t v she assisted m renai meeung ac mat piven bv the youn(f married people's P!ace . . class of the Leisure Christian church Mr. and Mrs. Ananias Smith spent iast Frjdav eveningi was a great suc-Sunday wih Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van cess Ness near Back Creek. , The Lad;es Aid society are planning Mrs. Wilbur Wimmer and-laughter t meet Wednesday afternoon at the Mis, Dorothy were business callers at home of Mrs. Bryan Titus. Swayzee Tuesday afternoon. ( Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClintock noo; wihon v rie ii e npst ovrr "and family spent Sunday at the home tne aaares to be given at me menus j u C - " i church aFairmour.t, Friday evening - 's moving this 2fZlSJlr Kf Dame and children of pard, who will s-peaK. on lne iormori , , . r Tr , . wa ' : Summitville, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert menace. jTomilson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jess jp, .,- 1 Hattie, Wilma and Wilbur Leach wo;e , ,rP01 " , , JSundav dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Fowlerton school took Fr:ua j WillieLeaeh south of town, as their annua! visiting day An American Rescue Worker visit- Mr. Ret 2, principal and Miss E-sja Fow!erton Tuesdav afternoon. Lfs and Miss Ruth Lloyd, teachers, , Mr and John Himelick spent HOGS Consisting of five registered Chester White Hogs, two fall gilts, two males, one male coining 2 years old; one Duroc brood sow, farrow Feb 24th; 51 feeding shoats weighing about 75 pounds. All double immuned. Sunday of Ollie Collins and family. 200 BUSHELS OF CORN IN CRIB. 4 TONS OF GOOD HAY Chase Dav of Fairmount spent Sat- or rooms one and two spent r naay Sundav afternoon in Summitville with visitirnr in th Marion c-ra1e school. tj: mriav nierht and Sunday with- his One set of tugi l r.n Partndsre spent Monday ni- f M,tnoi w n Viiin: ; cousin, Paul 1 odd HARNESS Two sets of good britchen work harness, harness. Wilbur Wimmer and with Herbert I.eaeh. ' .n -r 5.. w : Mr. and Mrs . . . . T x- cauer in ruuicuuii hjii.i . i 7. , - ... a 4 1 , t Margaret Mahoney and Louise ar- d M 0ren Kirkwood took ; children, Miss Dothy f J brough visited tha L;ke school Friday. . Sundav dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests ct Guy Hutcsmson and John Crecraft. Mvron Partridge, ) r,-; t, t va,-vmnf Ifamilv near Leisure. Dorothv and Marcel Corn. Dora Lee ! , r"- n, i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell and i .11. fcini .ui. viin t.MviN.viwi. ---- . . 1 Q.l..v. Crecraft and Vernke Lees visited the i or Mr. ana Airs. n.ugar Jones. Miss Edna Davis and John Lee, teachers of the Rigdon school, are planning for a box supper next Wednesday, Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Dalphne Dickey spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hill. Harry Daugherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daugherty, is seriously ill. His father accompanied him to MayoV, Sunday. Local doctors have been un-atle to decide what is the matter with him. i The local orders of Red Men. Poch-or.tas and I. O. O. F., are planning for a Christmas tree and entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hughes spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ora tedd. Mrs. Kate Hueston is spending a few days visiting her grandson Clyde Miller and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. IMPLEMENTS Two farm wagons, one box bed, one flat top hay ladders, one Deering binder, 7-foot cut; one Deering mower, new; one Dain hay loader, one culitpacker, one 2-row John Deere cultivator, one 1-row John Deere cultivator, one disc with tandem, one John Deere corn planter, one Oliver sulky, two walking breaking plows, one disc wheat drill with fertilizer attachment, one harrow one storm buggy one soy bean attachment for corn planter one Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine good, one stone burr feed grinder, one corn crusher, line shafts, boxens, split wood pulleys, one mud boat, one gravel bed, three circle saws, one platform scales; one Peoria grain weigher, cross conveyor for separator, and other articles not herein mentioned. SjxtS FoS t.i famUy were in Ma- An St,vo"S nnd D.vkI Vj..y of ' FrMar ' Kckomo, Mr. and Mrs. Oz Relfe and . Mrs Cora Karnes, sister of Mrs. children Ha, el Wayne and Alice Dar-ilda Forvi left Fridav evening for her line and Miss Mable R.ogs of Fair-new home in Kansas. mount. I Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Briggs of Gas Mr. and Mrs Sam Kirk and Mr Xitv visited Mr. and Mrs. Rube Leach ;pd Mrs. Bert Todd and sn Xen w ere undav 4lvjsmss callers at Marion Tuesday. Mr. Jones of Marion a Prudential' Mrs. Vcrnie Hilton end son Frank Insurance man Was in Fowlerton on ; spent Saturday night with Mrs. Hil- Hi5-"re! Tuedav ton at Hackleman. rwrV TrPnrn to hi work on ! Mrs. Stella Thompson spent Friday TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE Lunch served on grounds by the ladies of Grant Church. GEORGE STONE schools in Fairmount Friday. John Lansrsdon was absent -from school Monday. Mr. Wells of Fairmount visited the Fowlerton schools, Wednesday. Cradle Roll Entertained. The Cradle Roll of the M. P. church met at the home of Mrs. Nevin Raber Friday afternoon. Meeting opened singing "Bring Them In." Scripture reading, Matthews second chapter, by Rev. Mevers, followed bv praver. Solo by Mrs. Edith Caskev entitled -Nobodv Knows Bat Mother." A talk -How to Teach the Child tp Obey" by Mrs. Dickerson, discussed by Rev. Meyers. Duet by Kathleen ar.d Phvllis Dickerson. "Recitation "A Wise Old Owl" Nevin Willard Raber. Theo Evelyn and Carlton Snvth and Marjory Crfkcy. The beautiful strv cf the Christ Child was riven by Mrs. Elsie Jones. Piano solo by Mrs. Ralph Pearson. Solo. Xevin WiHsrd Raber. Refreshments of fruit salad and cake were served to thirty-nine. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Eva Pcrl-ridtr and Id- Tobin. Before leaving thi home which wa beautifu'.lv decorated in colors, the children, twenty in number, were civen a complete sutpri?" when Mater Nevin "Willard played Santa Claus ar.d gave them a treat of poncorn balls and candy. T'was an afternoon of real pleasui to all present. Rob't. A. Morris, Clerk. 4 Col. Purl Dean, Auctioneer. afternoon with Mrs. Alice Barrett and Mrs. Sarah Tygart. Asa Ault ef near Bethel spent last week with his uncle Elmer Chamness. Several from this community attended the basket ball game at Fair-mount Thursday night-Mr. and Mrs. Mi it Gibson and sons Charles and Herman were gjuests at dir.nor Sundav of Mr. and Mrs. Hart-man at Gas City. Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and daughter JBertha and Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart and daughter Glays attended revival meeting at Grant Sunday nmnmnn FOR SALE ftA I 4 It ,3 t"-sa vmtyf 111 tv 1 h 1 teu 12 FOR SALE Large base burner, fiist- the C. & O. railroad Tuesday morning. Elder N. L. Ford left Wednesday morning for Connersvil'.e where he ; will attend a series of meetings till over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woo ten, Mrs. Estclla Delk and daughter Glee Emma Gene. . f Parker City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindlev and family. Mr. "and Mrs. L. E. Richards and Miss Ada, Mrs. Don Jessun and bahy, Mrs. Nora Lind'.ey and Mrs. James - t-ok dinner Saturday with Mrs. S. B. Leach. .Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jessup are making ready to mve Thursday to Friendwod near Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dickerson were Sundav afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen. Mrs. Fail Allen and children left rr;.inv tv spend the week with her mother Mrs. Mary E. Brown of Alex-, andria. ! Miss Lacv Leach who is attending Marion Business college was home for the week-end. . . Miss Msdjy Smith of Manen visit- :ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miss Artis James, neice of Dr. filern Henley, came up from Louisville Monday, returning on Tuesday accompanied by Richard the little son ff Dr. Henley and his nurse, Miss V'va Wright, who will remain with Miss James indefinitely. e-s-.irf.V nieht. Mrs. list. Anna Howell is on the sick c!a. cprKiitiCn. Call Black 3fi54. 1 r L31 kv nf,?i E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drue Store. Om nr.r; :?.rO . m.; 1 to lxcal and Personal J. A. Mayer cTers SI reward for the address of Mrs. C'ara A. Monroe. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Vilas Leach, Mis, Del-la and Miss Anna Jones were in Ma- FOR SALE A few thronc.hbrcd Light Bhrahmas Cockrels. Phono David Jones. FOR SALE Purdue Experiment Sta-station recommends the following j balanced ration dry mash feed for self feeders: 100 lbs tankage, 300 j lbs. bran ar.d middlings, 103 lbs. oil ' meal, 100 lbs. corn meal, making 600 lbs for $12.00. For 150 chickerk j feed 3 quarts of wheat and 3 quart3 ! of oats in the morning and 16 quarts of sheiled corn at night. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR S.ALE One storm bugyy, gpod as new. D. M. Woollen. Sjnith Sunday. Chalmer Kerr Mrs. Vernie Hilton and son Frank, were guests at dinner Sunday of Walter Gibson and family at Hackleman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kimcs and sons of Little Ridge were guests at dinner recently of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and son Howard. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart ard children Miss Mary and Harvey were i guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Friend at Fairmount. i Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson of Rig-don were cuests at dinrer Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Will Todd. Mr. and Mrs. .Milt Jone3 were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- . , son Elliott. i Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curless of ' Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert and children Maxine. Pauline and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. James Tygart iar.r d?ughter Gladys and Mrs. Vernie Hilton enjoyed a very pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pe-arson near Fowlerton Tuesday. Apples and popcorn was served. i ' Vt' an.i Mrs. Thomas; Jones and son Howard spent Monday with Mr. Charles Leaon ana been living on a farm north of town motored to Eaton Sunday t0 visit the r for two years, moved on another aunt, Mrs. Havens accompanied them farm near No. 8 crossing south of back to remain with her dauchter, Faitmotnt Mondav. I Mrs. Cintha Mann for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones of Ma- ; Misses Elsie Lecs and Lacy Leach rion, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hardy and attended an eveninsr social in Marion daughter SteUa were Sunday dinner ard spent the night with Miss Nola guets cf Mrs. Anna iKir-er. Mrs. Louisa Wadsworth of Vineland. and rSi. perry Lees were Fair. V. J.. Mrs. Maude ' and son J. mft',m't and rarion visitors Monday. B-, of Warren. Mrs. Blanche Horire . Rov ar.d Trs. Mevers visited near and sen Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Andy jiar?on Tuesday. Weyler and daughter Bobbie Mr. and , T L.Ford ard family mot- Mrs. Emile flayer were Sunday n- Hartford C:ty Sunday ar.d Names FOR SALE Mailing lists. 2nd addresses 1,000 Grarft county farmers. Up-to-date. Address Bex ?8, Fairmount, Ind. Nothing' too fragile or too bulky to be washed without rubbing by srent the dav with Mrs. Ford's sis'.er, ner j;eis n .n. .uit. j er and family. Mark Norton was abs FOR SALE 7-room house, good location an ! ul good repair, reasonable. Inquire at 323 E. Second. WANTFJl from v Mrs- Rile Bough. and .Mrs. James Stewart. , Garland Hi'.ton was a guest Saturday n;eht and ."".-uvhsv cf his cousin ; iicvratd Albert r.oar Marion. Owen Kimbr.v.t;vh is on the sick 4 Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson enter Liza milling WANTED Good wheat for Lucy v H i ft r I ; r. list. '; Mrs. Jane Elliott and Mrs. Todd -"-. Miss Tygart. , Rev. Dora Pery of Phlox, i breach at the Ridley church t purposes. We pay above regular prices as we need it for milling use. will next ! A. A. Ulery & Co.' school last week on account of illness. Mrs. Elsre Richards who has been seriously ill the past week having uTe--ed an attack of acute indigestion still remains Quito i'.I. Mrs. Amanda Todd is very ill at her heme in east Fowlerton. Mrs. Todd is sufHr:;? with a complication of diseases and her condition is reported serious. Re, and Mrs. Elmer Meyers. Mrs. Eva Partridge and on Frank. Mr. ard Mrs. Vilas Leach attended. reval services at Grant church Monday niht. tained a, Sunday dinner guest. Mr. ar.d Mr. Walter Gard of Muncie, Prof. Elsworth Atkinson of Georgia ard Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Atkinson of Fairmount. Oscar Carpenter and family, Irene Brokshire and Clifford Carpenter were evening callers. Revival service, at the Weslcvan Methodist church are still in progress, this being the fifth week of a successful elTort for thi, community. Rev. Mills, local paster is ineharge. William Murray, who has been on an extended ttin through the east in W FOUND Pair leather gauntlet gloves g Owner can have by proving property j i Sundav corninsc, and evening. Mrs'. Alta Howell and Mrs. Harris - v in Monday with Mrs. Lennie Chamness. and paying) for adv. The News Office. RADLEY behalf of the Fowlerton Packing, Co., Mr. and Mr?. Wm. Ballard of Jones boro "and Mrs. Jennie Crawford spent is expected to return home this week. MISCELLANEOUS FOR CUSTOM BUTCHERING call Clayton Elsworth. Phcne 1711. assisted Mrs. Mis, Mary Whippe . f. T T -. v a tew days i"st wcck. Ruth Worline called on Mrs, Mrs. the week end with relatives in Frank-! Mrs. Ethel Reeder formerly of this fort county. Mrs. Crawford's sister place, who is a patient at the Marion accompanied them home Sunday even- : hospital may be hrourht home the ing for a visit with relatives here. j latter part of this week. Daisy Comer oneday last week. , Fnp oiTirK Antn service call W. G H for er i iHI?S JTtvlvll l,ViIVIlI, luiuvil .in- j I mer and Troy Wimmer attended the j Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Phone 382-2 rings on Red. basket ball same at the bairmount lifflliniHKIlMItnillim 1 high school lt We.lnesday evening. i.iiiiuuiim.Hi.ii.iii1m.iMul : Miss Mary Sample, music instruc tor at the i airmeunt high school, was Great Auction Sale X a guest last Tuesday night at the hrmi of Mr. and Mrs. Frank John. mas 1 HEALTH TALK 1 Ralph Worline spent Saturday night ; u and Johnson of Marion! and Sundav with friends in Marion. I , ... . ' Mr. Joseph Mi'ler spent Sojtcrday announce that they have secured a , night with his daughter, Mrs. Frank large stock of Army Goods and also John. a large stock of General Merchandise, Claude Scott was the Sunday guest bought at bankrupt sale, which they mSMw. Milt Jones called on "will place on sale in Fairmount. open- i Mr and Mrs. Wilson Elliott Sunday ing sale to start next Saturday. These i and $12.5a r $10.00 Down Per Month. $123.75 During the winter months "colds' of the head, throat and chest are common and people are wondering what is good for such a trouble. Colds are caused by pressure on spinal nerves due to displaced spinal joints. The Chiropractor is specially trained to locate and correct the real cause of colds. goods will be sold at auction each article to the highest bidder. The immense stock includes almost any thing afternoon. ': Mis Charlotte and Bonita Cox are stayinn with their grandmother, Mrs. t r nffoT(1intr "Rot V1 crKnnl. No Interest Sir. and Mrs. Richard DeDecker a person may want from rubber boots, were the truest Sunday of Mr. and wool blankets, wearing apparel and Mrs. Cleo Worline. household goods of all kinds. Watch for the detailed announcement on the ! bills. Advertisement. Mrs. Anna Crider and Mary Whip- pie spent Sunday evening with Mr. 'and Mrs. Jesse Brookshire. EEEt Mrs. Laura James called on Mrs. 2 Gertrude John Sunday evening: Get rid of a cold for it is a source of continued drain of vitality and every time the body is subject to it the vitality and resistance is lowered. Telephone 2S0 for an appointment. Miss Frances Nolder is reported on ri Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline were the sick list. On account of the Patented Sedimate Zone it washes cleaner and turns out more sanitary clothes. Its principle is washing dirt out of the clothes instead-of through them. ' Frank John and son Kenneth com-, ! posed two members of the ' orchestra J Qn Monday night the employees of V I Ej which played at the rresoyterian th Bee ffi gtore came back church at Marion Sunday evening. . I v . Mr. and Mrs. George Yale spent v....B ..13 Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. j ting up t the Christmas decorations I McAtee & McAtee I s ! Art Comer. with the most artistic effect, after Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Brookshire and hkh ..bogges" invited them to i sons spent sunaay arcernoon wiwi the Moon Eat Shop where a delicioup , Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Brookshire. flMM 1 . . . . TT . A A AltM AVMMkfktfl ITMAfAfl tllAVM ' lhA Broyles Electric 119 West Fourth Street CHIROPRACTORS 210 North Main Street Company Marion Indiana j i iwr. ana Airs. iom nssiy enietwiiu. jor "i"1"" feiv. --' - led the latters sister, Mrs. Lines of who participated where Mr. and Mrs. is ! Mario? Sunday. ... . Qa Wilson. Misses Addie Leach. LU- Fairmount j ; ................ton . ..,.., t,,,t. - -""M i l r-i Pt music lesson, vnaries viiDscy . Ui...u:.JWiUU!Ultl3!Ui!ti Ms violin, not dicoverfa- hi., kss hr3 fd Luther Kimw. , - - - - - . - -.. -,---, . . , - - . " .s

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