The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on December 22, 1921 · Page 8
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, December 22, 1921
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V il .. 4- V THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS laxrxxzzxrrxzxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi A MArtA i A i t A M A MMA-f ini iiilii iili nil 111 i ii i giil i 111 1 lh tmm- "" EOPLE M JOIN KVg .5 LI iM Kjjow,' ;m Xhig Citizens State Bank's , , . ...... M - a . . T V . V i amac, wat wonaeriul medicine, , sola in Fairmount by H. W. Hahne. fj Mr. and Mrs. Will Richards of near Gaston, were in Fairmbunt on business Mondav. Christmas Money Club For 1922 Start a new account for the new year. You can V'- join any time in December or January HERE ARE THE MEMBERSHIP DIVISIONS Mrs. Oz B. Wilson and Bobbie Wev. ler made a business trip to Anderson last Thursday. kf Christmas Greeting To our many customers and friends, we wish ycu a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Sincerely yours, The Bee Hive Cash Store k Z r Mrs. Roscoe Kircher will go to Fort N Wayne Friday where she will spend r the holidavs with relatives. H Miss Marie Tulley of Lafayette is j spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Taylor and family. , n PLAN H SECURES $12.50 Deposit 25c each week, for 50 weeks. FLAN 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. PLAN E-SECURES $25.30 First deposit $1.00, decreasing 2c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 2c. PLAN F SECURES $63.73 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. FLAN A SECURES $12.75 First deposit lc, increasing lc each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit 50c. FLAN 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 I SECURES 127.50 First deposit J0c, increasing 10c each week, for 50 weeks, last deposit $5.00. Mr. and Mrs. Reason Bevington of ft-q 'onnersville will spend Christmas rith Mrs. Edith Bevingtcn and family, H Mrs. Gretchen Albertson and son i 4 Philin and Mrs. Thurman Lewis and 4 I children will srend the holidays with KA 1 relatives in Talceville. H 5J Mrs. Dwight Wadsworth of ine- jland, ew Jersey, and her tather, kj Andrew Weyler, spent Tuesday as g-uests of Mrs. J. A. Mayer in Fowler- ton. S M etra I Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Moon of South , Walnut street, will leave tomorrow for Detroit, Mich., where they will H N H FREE! trousers 4 relatives and friends. V M In observance of Christmas the local posteffice will be closed on Mon. dav after eleven oVlock. The rural ; ka with every made-to-measure suit One who saves by the small amounts gathers the results in larger returns, and paves the way to success. Save money today and have money tomorrow. Start a Christmas Money Club Account Today. m as routes, however, will be covered usual. H M Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Robert? and son i Jack Norman, will leave Saturday Get busy at once cash in on this"sensational money-saving oiler, which ss for a limited time only. Get double the wear fromVoursmt"on account of the extra pants- and have them made to vcur individual measure. for Danville, 111., where they Will spena tr.e noiiaav wun relatives ana ' friends. Mrs. Julia Ice, who went to Bello- S. A V" fontair.e, C, about two mont s aero same material as the suit for a visit with relatives, an! was taken seriously ill almost immediately 14 after her arrival there, is able to be X THE 0Li?ST BANJC IN S0UTH:tlW CHANT COUNTY mm Ribble Bros., of course H out and her entire recovery is only a --v ? x-x- cVii-v-- tinin tr 1 ; : r. u i l vi . v i cm i t ' 1 1 ..... ; T,--o Kii'Tre.l a cevere attack of the exx: i erirpe. 1 Ii:ii!!l!ili!!!iS!i!i!l!!!!!l!ililil!!i!il!i!!!!ISii!l!i!I!l!li!ilill!l!il!ll!!!!l!!!!ii!!lin ; JZvm ,h 1 LS"! I A!a"t l i i course in electrical engineering. ' and Mrs. Hilda Cleveland Shiv fsr;i shipment of Tanlac just receiv. Chester Brewer was prevented from New York, all Fairmount high i eil. H. . Hahne, local agents. 'entering a school at the same time ; graduates, were among those fr- cn account of an attack of appendici- distance who male substantial tis and instead entereil a hospital tributions to the high schoo 5 where he submitted to an operation, balcony fund. Merry Chris Hi, Mrs. Burton Elliott of Gary arrived '3 Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Lor. a Holiday. tmas f 1 xv w . , j Mrs. Sallie Heaston has made a j Mr. and Mrs. George Clefela . .E'c'":h C1ve,an . j rumber of improvements on her resi- ; motored to Delphi Wednesda aftV zz. , is visumg nor pareiii, .i.r ana irs. ' John Borrey. V 5 J y 1 I t !,"'... if dence property on West Washington ' noon where that niht they attende . st;eet, amonp them a new porch and ; the high school operetta at tha plact taking away the board fence that sur- j given under the direction of theirv rounded the lot, which adds quite ma- ; daughter, Miss Grace Cleveland, su-terially to the appearance of the place, j ervisor of music in the Delphi schools. Wiil Jones and wife will entertain rrr ; the family at a big Christmas dinner 'at their home on South Mill street. - I - . cncrxxxxffl'l-r 9 v 'VVV 1 j from Oreencastle to spend the holi-'GQi j days with her F"rents, Mr. and Mrs. J j Claude Huston. j Jay McEx-xjy of Danx-ille, 111., will M zz. return to Fairmount Sunday to spend j To Continue Until Januarv 1st 1 Christmas xvith his parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. J. J. McExxy. M M 1 .. Otlqet rzr 1 Mr.and Mrs. Fred Patterson, who have been guests of the former's EEt 1 mother, Mrs. Ella Patterson, left j j Tuesday for their home in Columbus, j Oh:o. 7 j Mrs. Elisabeth Manley will come jES j from Indianapolis to spend Christmas ti!il!i:iill!!!!l!ill!i!!li!l!l!n!ill!!!!:!l!ll!l!lll The officers, directors and stockholders of the Fairmount State Bank, wish to express to the patrons of the bank, their sincere depreciation of the business which has been trans acted with the bank during the past year and hope the coming year will bring them much happiness and Tl day with Mrs. Edith Bevington and IDnscoTUDrnfl:. me family and will remain in Fairmount I for a weeks visit with other friends. Miss Gail Day of Akron, O., will arrive here Saturday morninp to spend Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Ms. I. T. Day. And just remember it it worth your while. If you are in need of prosperity. Furniture or Mouse Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry of Marion and Mrs. Adrian Garner Arnett and son Robert of Van Buren, arrived in Faimount Tuesday evenings to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Garner. iln!!ll!i!iiuiiiiiiim Just received a large shipment the wonderful remedy, Tanlac. This Furnishiegs . it will pay you to call and see our line. I we cannot prove to you that Jwe will save you money or that our sale is worth your while, you are under 3, is the great medicine you have been H H H H H M M H H X X X X X ; hearing so much about. The remedy i : that's made such a wonderful reputa-3 I tion and which has accomplished such I : I remarkable results H over the United i 1 States and Canada. Get your bottle : j now at H. W. Hahnei drug1 store. obligation to buy. Just give us a ch&nceU T3 to show you. aSfi'fiiiaoiDiet State mnk H ii Misses Elenor Spencer, Helen Cox, : j Georgia Richardson,- Georgia Weser, ; ; Margaret Taylor, 31erl Smith and : : Ilaxel Umith comprised a company Hobcrt A. Morria, Ccrhicr that Tcryri a, C&ristsaas party at the ho.' V v Hin Iltrla Smith Tues- y'LczcT'ta was tarved 'at 9'slzitl ft L -1 ri tl : eniayt A' p!" vrjiCra c C 4

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