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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS land and Frank very pleasantly 'enter. 1 and Jay Milan Andrews of Hunting-'be held in the church annex, at which tained a.t a watch party Saturday ton. night. Games ere played and re- Clyde and Loren Caldwell and f reshments were served to Mr. and ? Elliott Janney of Sandy Stream, Md., Mrs. Harvey Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. ; who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. time reports of the various departments of, the church will be given. A full attendance is desired. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Walter Gibson and children Thelma j A. E. RatlitT, returned to Earlham and Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert j collet Tuesday. Alenzo Harvey re-and children Maxme, Pauline and , turned to Purdue, and Miss Hilda Charles, Carl Peterson, Howard Al-! Harvey, a teacher ijjihe schools of New Year's Home Gathering. a number of weeks, that she is seem- bert, Joe Little and Ora Albert of iisiles, Mich., returned to her work FOR SALE New Year's day is always remem- , in pry a little better, however her con- Monday Michigan. FOR SALE Eighty acres good land. J. P. Jones, Route 1, Summitville. bered to Mr. and Mrs. John Leach by ; dition remains' serious, the home gathering of their children j Mrl and Mrs. John Whybrew and and grand-children. A sumptious family of Milgrove, were Thursday dinner beir.g the big feature of the j guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C Duling. dav followed with an afternoon lunch j and family. of "ice cream and cake. Those present! Mrs. Eva Partridge and sons, spent were Mr. and Mts. M. D. Wood of Monday with J- W. Jones and Mr. and Misses Beatrice and Elsie Howell called on Mrs. Ida Gibson, Sunday afternoon. Guy Rich of Uniondale spent Sunday with Ray Stinger and family. Miss Pauline Ellott has returned to ; the home of her grandfather W. S. Elliott at Fairmount, where she is LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN LOST Brown fur neck piece for Boston. Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. Elge Leach Mis. erlie Couch. A very interesting Christmas pageant was given last Wednesday evening at the Little Ridge church. The setting was laid in Bethleham of Judea. The parts were very well rendered and those who took part were dressed to represent the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Harvey and daughter, Miss Hilda, visited Mrs. Harvey's brother,- Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Summitville last Thursday afternoon.'' Mr. Marion JetTeries of New Castle f r.ict.m t- ..! Tr r:v T. Ran-! Rpr anrt Mrs. Mfrwrs. Mr. and Mrs Child. Phone 385 receive reward. nUtor Mrs Caroline Dulinjr. Mr. and Clvde Partridge and Grover Mitchner staying and attending the Fairmount BANK STATEMENT No. 209 Wm. F. Morris, President; R, A. Morris, Cashier; Tony MV Payne, Ass't Cashier; Earl Morris, Ass't. Cashier. Report of the condition of the Fairmount State Bank at. Fairmount, in the State of Indiana, at the close of its business on December 31, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $296,323.20 Overdrafts 316.94 Bonds and Securities 5,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures... 2,000.00 Due from Banks and Trust Co.'s 68,399.88 Cash on Hand 21,478.10 Cash Items 2,138,83 Interest Paid 5,450.54 Other Assets 61.81 Academy. LOST Wrist watch at basket ball game at Academy Friday night. Return to News offihe. Reward. IIACKLEMAN Mrs. John Loach, Lloyd ard Car! r?lled on Mrs. Cinda Ice Friday even-Leach, John, Pota and Pocia Crecraft. ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leach and daugh-; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partridge called ter Helen, were unable to be present, jon Miss Willard Dickerson Thursday j evening. Grant County Ministerial! Meeting Miss Miriam Orpurt of Peru, spent The regular social and business Wednesday and Thursday with Miss meetir.g of the M. P. Grant Cour.ty J Elsie Lees. Ministerial association met Tuesdav i Mrs. Feiry Lee? and children, K h- I! AGENTS WANTED ! snont Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. R. Davis entertain AGENTS WANTED Live agents Denny Win slow. He and Mrs. Jeffer-ies returning home Saturday afternoon Mr. Arthur Winslow accompanied ed at a Key Year's dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearson and daughter Beatrice cf Fowleiten, Mis. tete wanted to handle city trade for the genuine Watkins Products. A real in Marion with the Rev. Coomer. Rev. , ert, ernice ami uiaays, were "suing the Andrew's grand-children to their Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley. Thursday, Friday relatives in Peru opportunity. Write today for" free Miss Luc lie Stevens of Marion and ! home iif Huntington Saturday after- and Saturday Tth FarmrO institute is hoine- held Leonard Pearson. noon and was a over Sunday guest sample and particulars. J. R. Wat-kins Company, Dept. 72, Winona, Minn tv Pn,vitfiirn cht-tol hnildincr this Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peterson of with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bert ov th firct dav onened with mucn Marion, Mrs. Yernie Hilton, Mr. and ! Andrews . - and Mrs. Meyer were in attendance from the Fowlerton M. P. church. Watch Party. Mi?s Ollie Puling appropriately entertained a number of young people Saturday night to a watch parly. Lrackeriack and an ld-fashior.ed taTv ru'line were thorouehlv enjoyed , . . . , .,- , r- j it it: tt a. intor-oct- an.i st nvul rmwil. I hp see- .'irf-. r ito .Yi-.ttri ana lanniy, nowaru iui. uu ihi imam iiaivvy truier Albert, Garland and Frank Hilton and j tained for Sunday dinner, Mr. and WANTED To trade base burner for retort or Florence hot blast. Call 171. end ay promises to be still better Ifi Ribble and Charles Shields Oia Albeit of Michigan were guests i Mrs. uenny inslow ami -Mr. and Mrs. Kttcin -llers in Fowlerton tor dinner last bund ay at the home of J. k. nueiey. Total $401,169.30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 40,000.00 Surplus 7,250.00 Exchange, Discounts and . Interest -11.226.57 Demand Deposits $179,121.59 Time Certificates, $143318.27 Certified Checks, $19,525.00 Deposits 342464.86 Reserve for Tax 227.87 . ! Tuesday morning. -Mr- .amt -lrs altl?r Gibson and -Wood chopper. ' 3? B l-v Jear.ett. Ethel ar.d Mckinley Mm Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rati iff were rriests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, who enter- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Wood returned iamuy. to Boston, Ind.. Tuesday after visit- Mr. and Mrs. George lale spent ! tained their Sunday school class of or.s. Carter, Lloyd and Rhoda Helms Florence, Fern and Lynn Pome, Ella-belle ar.d Berl Winan, Lloyd and Carl Leach,, Poyt Rich. Ray Jones, Mary MISCELLANEOUS ing re'atives in Summitville, Fowler-ton and Gaston for a week. Misses Xol.i and Ethel Kinder, Carl IVtevst-m an1 Harold Shafer of Ma ""liiv wim iir. ana iirs. .fvusun Yale. too Moon and family entertained at dinner last Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. the Bethel church. Misses Pauline and Eurah RatlitT and Mr. Willis RatlitT entertained Misses Adda and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sabbath evening the DuHre, Mavcatet Mahoney, Chester and l-acy Smith, Ollie and Clinton PuHrsr, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Everett Simons ar.d children, Mr. and Mrs. D. C, rion, William Salyeis of Fairmount. Dave Nail AUTO LICENSE Auto license blanks can be filled out here as well as in Marion. R. E. Parker, Notary. Nail and two sons Herbert and Har- i Wright of Richmond, Hilda Harvey of were Sunday evening guests ot .miss Elsie Lees. On account of diphtheria in the rold of Marion. (rsiles, Mich., Irene Payne. Gladys Mr. ar.d Mrs. Lee Collins had as i Leach. Clyde and Loren Caldwell of their company for dinner last Sunday i Earlham college, Alonzo Harvey of Total $401,169.30 state of Indiana, county of GRANT, ss: I, Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier of the Fairmount State Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-men is tme. 123 South WANTED Wasings. Barclay street. home of Mr. Retz, teacher in room 3, school ha been closed the first three Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin and . Purdue, Elliott Janney of Sandy davs of this weeok. School work will children ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Olan Col- S.tream, Md.. and Robert Harvey, be" leumed on Thdrsdav morning. tlinsnear New Castle. j Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey and ReTial Service Begins With Interest Good preaching and much interest were manifested in the Sunday evening services at the M. P. church, the TONY M. PAYNE, Ass't. Cashier FOR CUSTOM BUTCHERING call Clayton Elsworth, Phone 1711. Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Leach, Mr. and Koscoe Lawson ot beottsourg, vis- n-uisrmer .wiss niiua, were guests Subscribed and sworn to before me, begir.nmg ot a series ot meetings to r wt mot;rd to Swavzee nod recently wunr Mr. ana .Mrs. ur- rriaay a me nome or me iormer s this 4th day of January, 1922. follow. Nitht services are announced ' rr;,L. r.v',-n:ns where thev were over ville Lawson. W. D. LONG, Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 25, 1923. Fairmount and for a!! week with day services be?rin- n ,rtV uest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis" Harrold Little of rirsr r.ext Thursday morning. Rev. Hueh Osbom of Grant. Per.ce spent last week at the home of Bob Moon and Rhodes is assisting the local pastor. Miss Wanitta Miss Juanita Weaver of Fairmount was a roost of Miss Elsie Lees Fri- Local and Personals, brother, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey, wesf of Hackleman. Mr. and Mrs, Glenn A. Harrold were entertained for Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. Emma Harrold and family near Center church. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvcv and daughter, Miss Hilda and son Robert, wer entertainH for Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John "Daie and family in Fairmount. Tr Varr I - Marka!l of Wejser. div and Saturday. family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wood and daughter Lois, of Blufton, spent from Sunday until Thursday with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers and son Yaughn spent Sunday with relatives Idaho, vIhhI Kh. 22, 1921, at the tome ! Word has been received here that of her sister. Mrs. Florence Good-'Miss Fay Payr.e, who has been in the fellow in Los Aneeles. Cal. Mrs. so ith for her health is Tiot so well Marshall was the daughter of Mary ?rd is confined to her led most in Jcnesboro. BANK STATEMENT No. 367 Arthur R. Moloney, President; Charles T. Parker, Vice-President; Palmer Ice, 2nd. Vice-President; V. D. Gar-retson. Cashier. Report of the condition of the Qtizens State Bank ti Fairmount. in the State of Indiana, at the close of its business on Decem- Mis Ronnie Clevinsrer of Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Flint Nottingham, a former resident of , of the time. WOT Fairmount. ar.d a r.iece of Thos. D. S Mrs. Myrl Reedor and children tor- reiurnea to ner nome .uomia, aYer-ca1Vrs TueSflav evcnine at the home ar.d J. O. Puling. Tter resiaenis oi towimon, it-it ot-rimi.ij; .,cJS ...... amj jrs j p Whitelev 1. C Dulir.g and daughter. Miss iiy '.or rimua, wntre snv i i - . j- u M;s Wn-ht who was an over OUie. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; the rjntcr with her partnts, Mr. and M,Uon aymire is attending busi- l daV uest at tlVe ho ln Wln-h: .nv and fxmilv at lrland ? Mrs. Ellis Wricht. ents. Mi. and Mrs. C. S. Wright, re- Eyes Testetl, (i lasses Fitted by State IIepstered OrrOMETKISTS Dr. C. C FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS clusively Optical n" ; r jtfron Mr. and Mrs. J. . Gibson and last Wednesday. " L'-vd Helms returned to his school turned to Richmond Monday., Jer 31 1921: Mr. And Mrs. Oren Kirkwwut were : .Monday Tnr.rning daughter Pauline were guests Tuesday cf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheedy. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Himehck r.nd Ruth and Be tha Comer spent Sat- 'h:Mrvn " ere W etnesday evening Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCermkk at Fairmount. Mr. I.. P. Simors. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Myron Harvey has been on the j RESOURCES sick list. !-.;)ans and Discounts $154,392.68 Mr. and Mr. Arthur Brewer prd j 1 fti. 85.32 family are still under quarantine for , v s Bonds '. 5,80o!o0 dirhtheria at their home west of i . ..u tih and S.-nritipa 5.000.00 'ruests of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Reeder unlay night with their aar.t, Mrs. Lee Banister. town. 7 ! Banking, House 8,000.00 "Wilson Siixnns attended the fune-al near Jcnesboro. of 11. H. Walker at the Matthews M, Rev ard Mrs. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. E. church last Sundxr morn inc. C R. Partridge srent Wednesday W. E. A'lc-n of Tefre Haute, wr? a with Mr. ard Mrs. Wm. Dye at Kuv Sunday r.ieht and Monday guest oft den. his brother, Mr. Earl Alten and - Mrs. Olan Owens was m Fairmount Mrs. Rebecca" Mote is ill with heart r'urniture and Fixtures. 1,000.00 G tt A NT trouble. Miss Addie Leach spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuckey and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mart of Marion t amilv. W cdnesday Due from Banks and Trust Co.'s Cash on Hand Cash Items Trust Securities 23,833.33 13,810.05 122.30 22,993.11 Miss Ollie Pu'ir.ctcturr.edto Wash- Kev. and Mrs. Meyers were o.nnet wun ie.v v. :y !...... ,.. last Thursdav of Mr. and ington D. C, Sund.iv afterroon after mosts of Mrs. Eluabeth Thorti Kn- Mrs. Meua -cnotiieKaro retarneo . M Earnest Mart waking an extended visit, wit her re-Uav. to her home in CoMiirgn O., bunday. r ,V . . . Mr. A. E. RatlitT was a Richmond " 4 John Whvbrew visited Grant school latives here. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Leach, Mr. and .1235,036.79 visitor last Friday and Saturday. Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in.. Monday. Robert Leach "has the chicken pox. One of the oil lines bursted again Mr. Earl Allen ar.d daughter Iris,! Mrs. M. D. Wood called on Mr. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gen, j Mrs. Geo. Barrister Sunday evening. A1o f Mpvan.'ria Sundav after-j Mis Rilla Powers and Mrs. "Mary .$ 25,000.(H 7,000.00 3,500.00 SUNDAY SERVICES noon. ' Pcdd, who have been on the sick list Tuesday morning. mA Fannie Dickerson. who has for several davs. are able to be up ar.d Gordon Rhoads spent Sunday with Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 arifcl Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 p. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 8 to 11 a. m. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Undivided Profits Exchange. Discounts and I Gersre Underwood and family been in poor health for some time is arourd the house. Flovd Kenzie. nicht operator at the Mr. and Mrs. Kd Hannon and family no so well at this wrtin? Word 'has been received fnm Mrs. ' C. O. tower, is quite sick with ton- spent one day last week with the lat- tr j parents, Mr. and Mrs. tt. c. Interest ...v 380.80 Demand Deposits 112,626.62 Time Certificates 48,508.24 Savings Deposits 11,862.27 Trust Deposits 3,165.7." Trust Investments 22,993.11 Ben Ice, who has been quite low for siliti itis. Payne. Mr. nrd Mrs. George Crab moved frm their farm to their property on East Washington street, one day last week. El Steelmn's family have chicken FRIENDS CHURCH Bible vchool, 9:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. A cordial welcome to all. S. ADELBERT yOOD, Pastor. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Total Libilities $235,036.79 STATF. OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF ' Rooms oyer Postoffice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m I GRANT, ss: pox. i- 1 .1: -n , ' .Th! Pao. ,"".t has ben on th back to , dav, Mr. Lucy Comer and children of list xvas aVe to start U v-.,"i . fw- m. n si,.4. sccl this --ek. RIGDON Miss Leora Bogue, Ass't Pator. ; IVVr.V .. . VV .'11. C : 1 I O, 111 -v. v and "Mr-. T"coe George ar.d ley and daua:hter, Mary Alice, of Ma- i An w uehtrr ' rMrn cf ifayette Mr. ar.d Mrs. Civile Miller. Mr. aw I, W. D. Garretson, Cashier 01 the Citizens State Bank, Fairmount, Ind., do solemnly swear that the above statement is true. W. D. GARRETSON. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 4th dav of January, 1922. RALPH E. PARKER, Notary Public My commission expires 3-5-1922. (Seal) CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 9:30 a. m. Communion, 10:30 a.-m. , . Prayer service, 7 p. m., Wednesday have been v?!''" "e'aives and, fr;nds of tb? Sorhood. Everett "Wood sent Saturday af-tei noon with Wessie Lewis. Mr. nd M Ro''- Rch and family Mrs. Ora Todd spent Sunday visiting Peru. Mr. and Mrs Austin Jackson. Mis. Laura James railed on Mrs. Miss Lerma McClintock, Muriel Owen Kimbrough "one afternoon re-Comer, Glenn Sheedy, Perry "McClin- cently. tock srer.t Sunday visitine Garnet . Rayrand Elliott returned to Frank- AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. IS Fowlerton. . C. W. DICKERSON E. B. COUCH ' DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drue Store evening. and Ora Fleeier. Hn college Monday after spending kis spent "attrrday night ana eunaay m Preaching services both morning and 'evening. Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in fhe Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS. Subject of the morning: The According to Paul." Evening: ,'Religion in the Home." H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor. Revival serviees are in progress at "Xmas vacation with "hrs parents, Mr. Kokomo. the M. E. church. ! tn Mrs. Stanley Elliott- j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little and A New Yea?'s dinrier was hrd S-.m. ' Mr. nd Mrs. Milt Jones and "Mrs. daughter alled oh Mr. and Mrs. Pal-day at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. "."Keta Jones and da-nghftr Jean, calbd mer Wood and family Sunday after-Carl Fcrnine. The oerasion bem? the ; on Owen Kimbrough anfl family Bun- nof.n. eleventh wedding annh ersary of Mr. , flay eventng. . Miss Gladys Leach spent Friday and Mrs. Ftrning. "Those present Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott ad j, of "ras week with her aunt, were Mr. and "Mrs. Algia Hallowell , son Charles, had as therr guests at jr-Z-sv Fowler, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Osmars dinner Sunday, Mr. and "Mr. Rosew? ,' -rr T" , -tiid Wanlwell and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Shcckley and daughter Mary Alice of 3nSr S-muel Brattain and Tmby. Mr. and Marion, llliss Fern Hannah of Koko- ZJiyuttitlT Mrs. Gavwell TIallowert and "baby, ! Tno, and 1 Clarence Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. . Mrs. Albert Xittle and daughter. Mrs. OpVtmd.. Tliokev and fsmilv ' Jarnes TVu-art and dantrhfrer Gladys Mr. and Mrs. James .Payne helped OfP" hw-r? Vo ro.: 1 to i (0) Auto Radiator Protection for Mpk T!rm-11 and Rusel Hallowll. i afternoon BTiests. I Dave Payne butcher Tuesday WESLEYAN CHURCH . "Sunday school, 8:30 a. m. Preaching by pastor, 10:30 a. m. "Prayer meeting, 7 p. m. Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday, 7: 30 p. m. Revival services at the Back Creek appointment every evening at 7 p."m. A Christian welcome to all "always. i J.J. COLEMAN, Pastor Saturday Miss Eula Hallowell. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James "Stewart anfl Gordo" hods snent -Car! Fernir.er and family, Mr. and . children Miss Mary and Harvey haa j night, with "Victor Payne. "Mrs. Isaac Halrowell. as Vheir gurests at dinner "Sunday, Mr. i PVavee meeting will "be held at Mrs. Thurla Markle and children 1 ana Mr. Ssnn Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. i pieasant Grove Thursday night. are visitinr, friends at Alexandria Tor 1 Thomas Jones and son "Howard and j '. few davs. , Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd an8 chilren j 1 to give their plav at Tairatotni f rm several ilays ilines. the high school Thursdav evening. Mr. and Mrs. 1 nomas 11 as TV were 1 a r.OTnm tna crii-on Our Improved Radiator Shuttle is operated from the DASH 4 Made of Waterproof Fiber Composition. Retain the Heat Better than Metal. Doesn't Rust or Rattle. , Saves Gas, Battefy, Freezing Made to fit all cars. Makes starting EfisyV Send $2 and Name of Car for One Cohiplete Postpaid Town and County Agents Wanted. Reference; Dun's & Bradstreetal BAPTIST CHURCH m "Rev. Roland of Anderson will preach in the -Fairmount Baptist church next Sunday morning at the hour 10:45 a. m., also in the evening. The public is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McTnrn-i -Uf t dinner Sunday of Mrs. , th clo of SundayschooT and the rd ml" of Indiananolis. Miss Flora Suede "Howell. . m.Xoinv into tb "Ward cf Kokomo. spent Friday visit- Mr n(1 p-ini. TTowell and . ib urvim Talks weii eiven bv Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Howell in? Mrs. Judith McTarnan. -h:ldrn had as their cnests Friday. ti"it- r.re nt. Miss Adda Wright Roscoe Stookev had his weekly , Mrs. 0 Relfe-nd children Hazel, of "Richmond, -presented the work of washinsr on the line at 9 a. m. Mon Alice Darline and Wayne of Fair- ; th missionaries in the foreign fields. day moreing. Charles McClintock made a business trio to Alexandria Tuesday. mount, Clark Howell and children '. Rev. H'rum Harvey brought the mes-P-ihv d ffcarles of Marion and Mrs. - sar of the hotrr. Anna Howell. ' Th Littl Ridm W. C T. U. met V and M-. Carl Anderson and Tuesdav afternoon at the home of children of Kokomw and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hrm Harvev. Plans were Charles Flcea and children Thurman, made and discussed for the future tC2l A a.! TD 1 A 1 r An 1 r. m -. wuai rtuiuiuuuvc rrouuus VO. oil w . H&Q ot. Pi. I Ulty COMMUNITY ITEMS Mt K. CHURCH Next Sunday morning the public mil have the opportunity to hear Rev. James "M. Taylor, D. D., president of Taylor "University, world traveler, evangilist and lecturer. Come at 10:30. In the evening Rev. (W. B. Freeland, D. D., will preach at 7 o'clock. Following) the sermon he will conduct the ' quarterly conference. Junior League at 2:30 and Epwo'rth League at 6 o'clock. This program provides' for a great day. Everybody is invited. James and Lee wer .nsts at dinner wr'V of the unon. Thursday of James Thompson and The L.ittle Ridge prayer meeting family. 'will be hM Thursdav evening at the Mr. Ve rnie Hilton and sons Gar- home of iMr. and Mrs. Earnest Mart-land and Frank were s-uests at dinner w-ho have recently moved to the "E. E. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Gib- Stuckev farm. wet of Fairmount. In son and children at Hackleman. j connection with the meeting a wel- Hazel and Wayne Relfe of Fair- j come into the community will be giv-mount and Deloras Howell spent sev- j en Mr. ard Mrs. Mart. eraTdays last week with Mrs. Anna I Mr. and Mrs. N. TL Harvev ent-Howell. Uined the latter's sister durin- the . . v l We Do Custom Butchering Th"rdav was hutcherinw dv at the h-xme o Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd and those who assisted were MV. and Mrs. rt iVJd and children Mildred and Ten, Mr. and Mrs. James Tygtrt and danghter Gladys and Charle Elliott. Mrs. Lncy Comer and children of Kokomo spent "Wednesday night with i 1 r Mark Pawers nd ramuv. Get Our Prices. .They Are Right. Fresh Meets and Pure Lard. ; Kfoirart TVel'r of Fairmount snent trKrge ana Eugene oonins spent oi-flvs. Amanoa mce ana aon last week with Owen Kimbrough and 1 Sunday with Herman Seely. of Summitville. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. ' Evening service, 7 p. m. Sermon subject, "Heroic ' On Tuesday, evening January 10th, family. I Those who assisted ir. and Mrs. 1 (Rfr. and Mrs. Oennv window en- Mr and Mrs. Elmer Cbamnes ' James Thompson butcher Monday tertxined for punier lst Thursday -nent Friday evening with Mr. and we'-e Mr. and Mr. Clarence Moon. Mr. ! n x w. R. Harvey jlrs. Thom is Jn. and Mrs.- Charles Florea, Claud and daughter. Miss Hilda n s- Paul Todd '--'t Saturday night "fhomnson and daughter .Miss Carma, - t-r' Jefferiea. QtSt. a"f Meat'' Community Hrs. Charles E!liott and 3on Charles Mrs. Vernie Hilton and song Gar- chJMrw, Alberta. Margery Jine, Joe ; o ';n'iaI meeting of the chorch will

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