The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 12, 1922 · Page 3
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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, January 12, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NE - 9 i - T '53hjS2fcS DR. C. L. FENTON and Mrs. Pearl Eiber visited Tuesday with ' Summitville. In honor of Rav and Marv Moon's FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: SummitvifSe 2 to 5 ard Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 p. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 8 to 11 a. ra. birthday they entertained for dinner' last Sunday, Misses Pauline Scott, Mary Haisley, Ethel Howell and Jesse j Brookshire, Messrs Water Kimbrough and Gordon Howell. j Sustained Injury studies on Thursday of last week ant Mrs. Sarah Milisnaueh. " 73 vears continued over to Saturday to help 1 to 5 p. m old, livintr near Matthew?, fell at her make up for lost time. Mr. and Mr. Elmer Comer, Mrs. ! Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. m. Mark Powers, Mr. J. T. McCombs j spent last Friday with relatives in Kokomo, staying over for the game S.ehool takes up fifteen minutes and home eaiiV Saturday morning: earlier at the noon hour and dismisses fifteen minute earlier in the ev-enng. Hazel Nelson of the 5th srrade is a Commissioner's Miss Lees new student in room Miss Dorothy Wimmer is unable to attend school on account of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steirs spent Sundav evening with Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Collins of Upland is spending the week with Ollie Collins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chamness had as their guests at dinner Sunday, Mrs. Wilson Hiatt and Messrs Charles Mormon and Lindlev Hiatt all of Phlox. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steirs spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Crider and Mrs. Mary Whipple. Miss Althea Keylea spent Sunday with Mrs. Thomas Arnnett. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mart and children Beatrice, Sarah, Charles and Everett, spent Sturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mart at Leisure. Rev. Mulligan took Sunday dinner with Molir.e Morton and family. Mrs. Erne Fear and Mrs. Nora Seely srnt Tuesday evening with Mrs. Olli" Collins. Mrs. Suede Howell and Mr-. Anna Howell were guests Sunday of the letter's daughter, Mrs. Oz Relfe at Fair-mount. Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Evans and family. Miss Dorothy Wimmer, Ralph Worline. Troy Wimmer, Fred Wim- brckv her t'.? an 1 ih.valdsr and exposed to the cold for about two hours. Mrs. Millspaugh had left the house and crossing: a Torch to a summer Kit. her. was returning when she aeci-deiitly missel her step causing-, her to fall. Her folks were gone and she was alone ar.d unable to get to e house. Her injury and exposure to the cel l has made her condition serious. The hip bor e was set Sunday morning:, but on account of her serious condition the shoulder bone was not set until Tuesday morning. between Marion and Kokomo. Mrs. Al Glessner and children of Maple Run spent Saturday with relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Worline called on Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Bob Moon and Mary Moon and Martha Mae Hasty took dinner Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Moon of Fairmount. Parke McCombs, who has been quite ill with blood poison, is getting almost well agin. of Real Estate teacher. She started m Thursday. John Curry and Horace Smith visited school Saturday. Bessie Leach and Glenn Doc-ia Crecraft visited schol Monday. Alie Reeding and Russel Corn were absent from school three days last week. Eober Havden was absent from school Mondav on account of sickness. I, the undersigned Commissioner of the real estate of the late Ores Hiatt, now deceased, of Grant County, Indiana, will offer at Private Sale, on Town Board Installed Ti e Fowlerton town board met Local and Personal Mondav evening and installed the Mr. and Mrs. Alva Diekerson of f.i.-c- -ov .t-; Ov.i Partridge, near Fairmount. were Thursday dinner m - w r IT "1 1 .1 k : clerk: Will Caskev. Earl Allen, ar.d Saturday, January 21, 19 jvaests oi -Mr. ana -urs. :iiaru un.-erse.n. afternoon callers were Rev. and Mrs. Mever, Mr. Elizabeth Thorn and Mr. and Mr. Earl Duling. Elge Richarcs councilman. Will Las. key being appointed president of the board. I Harrv Winan and family were Sun CARD OF THANKS We wish to express to the friends and neighbors our deep appreciation of their many acts of kindness given during the illness and death of wife ad mother, Mrs. Lydia E. Kimbrough. To the members of the Rebekah and Macabee lodges we wish to express our especial thanks for their kindnesses and their beautiful floral tributes to the memory of their departed sister; also to the other friend who paid tribute to the memory of the departed with flowers. All these will Jones of bwayzee day dinner guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Fred mer and Glenn W. C. T. U. The Fowlerton W. C. T. U. will ho.ld it? regular monthly meeting, next Thursday afternoon. Special arrangements are beir.g made for same and w '.neur.ced later. were guests our.aay auernwn ui Claud Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert and children Maxine, Pauline and Charles entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Ora Albert of Michigan. Those rrr- were Mrs. Vernie Hilton and At one (1) o'clock, p. m., at the law office of Chas. T. Parker, in the Citizens State Bank block, in the Town of Fairmount, Ind., for not less than its appraised value, the following described real estate, located two (2) miles south, of Fairmount, Indiana, on the Fairmount and Summitville pike, to-wit: Eighty acres, more or less, in good state of cultivation, good drainage, about four acres of timber pasture, with good nine (9) room brick house, with brick well and milk room attached, good drilled rock well, with wind mill; good barn 40 x GO; other out buildings; one-half mile of public school. Pearson of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge, Mr. and Mrs. Verlie Couch went to Marion Saturday where they were guests of their uncle, Mr. Wash Jones, who i is a pat:ent. of the Marion hospital, i Frank Partridge is unable to be in school on account of deep cold on his lanes. i Mr. Earl Allen made a business trip sons Garland and Frank, Mr. and Mrs Harvey Peterson, Mr. anil -Mrs. ai- ever b ieid in cherished memory by to Marion Tuesday. Mrs. Perrv Lees was a sruest of re Owen Kimbrough, Maud Kimbrough, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burgan. latives in Peru Tuesday and Wednes Farmers In.-titute a Eig Success The Farmers,' Institute which was he'd here last week in the school building was pronounced a big success ar.d a farmers institute for next year is assured. Basket dinners of sandwiches, pie, fruit and hot coffee were served both days. Mr. and Mrs. Muliirs" work for the first day was highly adrreciated, also our local talent has its merrit. Mr. Lafaze and Mrs. Oesr, state speakers for the second day, the ladies quarto and music by Miss Florence Dome were well ter liibson ana emiaren ineima ana Ear, Joe Little and Ora Albert. i Funeral services for Mrs. Owen Kimbrough. who died at her home near i Radley Friday night were held Mon- t day mornine at 9 o'clock from the residence. The remain? were taken to Richmond for burial. Rev. Thomas Luc key of Marion was in charge of the services, the entire community extend; their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives. Ora Albert has returned to his home in Michigan after a very pleasant visit with friends and relatives in Grrnt cf-inty for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Rich were guests TERMS OF SALE One half cash and thej balance in two equal installments of six and twelve months each, purchaser giviujr notes, secured by first mortgage on said real estate, with six per cent interest from date until paid. Program for Cradle Roll Sont- Congregation. Scripture reading . Invocation Vocal solo Let me hear sonsrs my FOR SALE Sunday of Stanley Elliott and family. George A. Kildreth, Commissioner Chas. T. Parker, Attorney Wm. bv Mrs Will Mart and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carmichael use- Craw. Address Voir Child and Mine day. Miss Ruth Lloyd was an over night grrt of Miss Elsie Lee? Tuesday. The Fowlerton Christian Endeavor will serve sandwiches, pie and coffee at the Will Eaton sale Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Diekerson were Sunday truest s of Mr. and Mrs. IVir- l Leach of Summitville. ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann of Fairmount isited with Mr. and Mrs. ' Be-r.iamin Norton Sunday, i MVron Partride and Herbert Leach F"er.t Sunday with Howard and Albert Norton. ; Viles Leach sr. A family took Sunday diner with Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn. , Miss Noami Do-erer.. who has been r'ie i.! for a number of weeks is hetter now and able to be up a part cf the time. C. R. Partridge, who is salesman : for a number of firms is workinr the , near towns tVis week and returns ihcrr.e each night. ! Mrs. W'll Smith was a Marion visitor Tuesday. yjicc Gladvs Lees was an over night guest cf Dora Lee Crecraft Tueday. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Nottingham entertained Mr. and Mrs. Onen Kirk-!w-.f.d Mr. and Mrs. Purn Brewer bv FOR SALE Eighty acres good land. J. P. Jones, Route 1, Summitville. FOR SALE or Trade Player piano, new, mahogony; bargain. C. H. Mrs. Neer. Rarer. Round Table Discussion to follow address. Read'nsr Cradle Roll for winning f T Stevens. :.T"; --ar.s 1 Ken ior irom r.or.-cnri WANTED ttrecr Mrs. Answers in retard to Question? a E. H -To buy bicycle. One Farm Product Is Still Much Above Pre-war Values, viz: . BUTTER. FAT er?-..e r;'. Secretary's report. Sng by Congregation. After th's session the be tumo-d over to Rev. Rev Rho?ds. The rub!: meeting will Meyer and c is urged to near Sweetser. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell and children had as their guests at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elliott and sns Reveire. Robert and Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Gibson ard sons Charles and Herman entertained Sunday for Mr. and Mr. Clare Bradford ard son Roland and Bert Ball of Marion and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Julian and daughter Martha. Messrs Woody Clark, Will Todd, Moine Morton, Verlin Nesbitt. Bert Todd and Rev. Mulligan caller! on Scott Henry Sunday afternoon. Miss Helen Behem spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Ty-ga'-t and dauerhter Gladys. Marie, Mildred and Xen Todd spent Sunday afternoon with their errand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirk. Miss Emma Crew of Marion is s rending the week with Mrs. Thomas ' Ainett " Mr. Vernie Hilton ar.d sons Garland Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert While almost every other product the farmer has had to attend this service Friday afternoon loss, at sell during the par-t two years has l.een produvtvl r-.rt. et C c :; Saturday evening, ine : and family d family WANTED Butchering, 75 cents per hundred pounds. Phone Red 1711. WANTED TO HEAR All the latest news. Apply The News office or 'phone 265. WANTED To rent three or four unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Address X, care The News. AGENTS WANTED BUTTER FAT has continually given prr.litablf returns, proving again that Indiana's Arrricultural Wealth is, and continue to be dependent upon the DAIRY COW. Market for Butt erf at The Pi Shcol Notes Mr. Adali -e Atkinson was a guest cf the Fowlerton schools Friday. The Fowlerton school was dismissed at Xn.a? time for a week's vacation, however nearly two weeks were use,! on account of sickness in the home of Mr. Retz, scho l resumed its regular 'roper evenir.c-, wa spent m psarne games and eating ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Prun Brewer had as te- ruests Mr. ar.d Mts. Nottingham and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kirkwood Sun-clay rftemoon. Pep corn was served as refreshments. is one that renders service to the producers, pays them full market value for their product and conserves the quality of the product so that HIGH GRADE BUTTER can be made from it. Schlosser's Cream Route System adequately fills these requirements. No other plan now in use does so. Our Route Collector or District Sup2rvisor will tell vou all about Schlosser's Cream Route System. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS AGENTS WANTED Live agents wanted to handle city trade for the genuine Walking Products. A real opportunity. Write today for free sample and particulars. J. R. WaJ-kins Company, Dept. 72, Winona. Minn 1: LITTLE RIDGE MISCELLANEOUS W?lter Bramble ard Ray Ward cf Alexandria. Misses Esther Moon, Max-Brewer, Pauline Brewer, Bertha and LuciV Rrile. Messrs Tren Brewer, Lee Moore, Clarence Vernon. Lester Stmsen. Marion and Glenn Briles and Mrs- John Briles. ALSO a De Laval Separator at the nev reduced price will more than pay for itself during this winter. See your local De Laval Agent or our Route Collector for full information about a De Laval Separator. R?v. IT;ram Harvey occupied the pulpit at Little Ridge' lat Sunday. Pravr meetinsr will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gleen A. Har-rod Thursday evenintr. Johr.$:5'.h Mrs. Adda" East cf Penn. Mich., ha? been a recent guest at the home of yey sistc-. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell. A. E. Ratliff attended a conference and children Maxine. Pauline and Charles snent Sunday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Peterson near Marion. Mrs. Will Todd -has been confined to her home several days with a severe case of lagrinpe. ard Mrs. Zerny Myers and son of Upland sn-nt Sunday with Ollie Ccllins and ami!y. I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Carey liv!r.r near Radlay, who will move soon to a it" M:-"ron., were ideac-nntH- surprised by a few of their friends and neichbr Monday even ine. the time- was t i"1 livhie sames and making candy. Those who enjoyed the ever.ine were. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Shugart. Mr. r.rd Mrs. Ralnh HoJ'. and children, Vr. rr, Ms. Will Mart and children. Mr. and Mr. Clint .tay and son Richard. Tr. and Mrs. Rav Shugart and daughter Juanita of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox and daughter Bonita and Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs and son Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer QaTnn"?', Mr. and Mr. James Stewart and children, Miss Mary and Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. John Painter, Miss Alice Howell, f-s. p;"vl Howell, Mrs. Anna Howell, COMMUNITY ITEMS li 1!. Mr. and Mrs. Cleftie Hughe and children Martha and Herschel of Leisure spent Wednesday nieht of last AUTO LICENSE Auto license blanks can be filled out here as well as in Marion. R. E. Parker, Notary. AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense. Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. D1CKERSON E. B. COUCH DENTIST I Rooms over Hahne Drue Store last Friday at Spiceland in the inter , -. l tl" ' " 1 1 . 1 J fimih- United Budget System of sn . u . est cf the -ir. ana .'ir. i:rj:iw; pnd Mrs. Glenn liar- TI .w or,! pid Mr Indiana Yearly Meetinc ! Mr. pnd Mrs. Glenn A. Harold entertained for dinner last Sabbath, Mr. a I Mrs. Dennv Winslow. Mr. Ar- Schlosser Broilers Cream Buyers since Home Office Frankfort, Ind. and Mrs. J. B. thur Winslcw and Mr rold spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. Mrs. Fva Todd and son Xen, spent : Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lucy Ty- Mrs. Mary Kirk spent Friday af-itcrnocn with Mrs. Mary E. Jones. Whiteley. Mahlon Wright of Rockford, O., is visitirsr at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wright. o i no.; 1 to S Mrs. Lizzie Cammack, Messrs Lewis i fRAO -r.r- rl:, Q.f Hcnrr 1TA Uorlmrf 1 Mark Powers was painfully injured one dav last week by havintr his hand ; i - Robert Harvey went to Lafayette , last Monday to attend the Purdue irb a buzz saw while sawing With a n r ." CUt. of Fairmount Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright enter- ' "ood. Dr. Hojdair loC, 5,it!t- .direr. Mr-, cresseci Jones and Mr?.. Stanley . r- -.r j -r j . Mrs. Marv (0) Auto Radiator Protection for ana -Mrs. Lvertu .uou.i aim w r 0trnr xcitb 0 Smith. All departed at a late hour wihing Mr. and Mrs. Carey and family success in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steeirs snent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jones at Bethel. Mrs. Jones is net so well. Mis? Bessie Wilson spent Saturday with Mrs. Ollie Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hasty snent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Claud Julian. Mrs;Rene Jones and daughter, Cath-rt- wt & Eliott at rMr- RTel IIarv7,has FaM7ad Mrs. Reveire Smith and her home for several days with rheu- -iru, ' , cnont 3-mdav tnatism. The daughter Iris, who has son Charles Edwar spent anday it Ej'es Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS a r- -A w. t ' ,i Mrs. Nate Thomas at Jonesooro. Mr. and Mrs, Artur Brewer and,-- Mark Powers and son family are out again after .be .nr vm- v,n Mr. Eimer Comer der guarantme for diphtheria for the , l.., rnimn Fri- P-t five weeks. j"M tTg? Si ! r mm- 1 TT 11 T. 51 1 pen tne aay Our Improved Radiator Shuttle is operated from the DASH Made of Waterproof Fiber Composition. Retains the Heat Better than Metal. Doesn't Rust or Rattle. Saves Gas, Battery, Freezing Made to fit all cars. Makes starting Easy, - Sunday school at the Radley church every Sunday morning: at 10 o'clock, j jir. ana Mrs. len.n A narroia en-, -- ..j and-a1so attended tertamed Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mocrii"" a,. Vri. at that place Fri- a basket ball game it HACKLEMAN li i Wilson and Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,av nignt. ,r Davis and son Paschal and dugfcter. Mrs. Anna Crider s alsin Puline last Saturdy evening for sup-j Cartter of Bethel Wlth her WOrk , Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS delusively Optical tiS 1 vrn ularoa Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albert enter- peU t. t..v, Cha-les' Elliott ?per.t Saturday tiird ?f dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mts. Send $2 and Name of Car for One Complete Postpaid Town and County Agents Wanted. Reference; Dun's & Bradstreets Essential Automotive Products Co. 51 1 W. 42d St. N. Y. City son and children, Mr. ing her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Dough u T r ard Sunday with his son Clar- Li'- he ty ce'Emotrind family at Uniondale. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brookshire spent Peterson. Mrs. V and ti Vern , I j cf Michiean. V f v- 1 A r c- W T? TT n t-t-o v o n A n A . Hilton and sons. Garland and Frank rank, with Mr. and Mrs. El- Mvron and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Rush j Frid. evpnin- .f vr i vr- ch,ri-r in mer Chamness. and Ora Albert of Traverse City. j M ad Mrs. Walter Banister and Rev. Lindley Hiatt of Phlox con r - i t ! Laricn lasr tunaay. i Radlev rhurch children of Fairmount spent Tuesday I Kadley cnurcn . . former,s father, Mr. and Mrs. j vr?.nd Mr5 Far Anderson of El- ducted services at the wood moved last Friday icto the J. B J Sundjj morm F White.ey tenant house. I .-,u tenant -. . Ol Banister. took Sunday i -c i r Bob Davis and fami- Tl I 'ir. MIIU .Ulf dinner wnn -miss irene i i fa;wl fr- ;nn at the The followine inembe rs f homp q and M John Ke ey 1 I i I Mr. A. E. Ratliff went to Richmond last Monday in the interest of the Budget System of Indiana Yearly Meetings Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dare of Fair-mount were callers Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Briles, living wesj. of town, planned a complete surprise for their son, Glenn, Tuesday We Do Custom Butchering- Get Our Prices. They Are Right. Fresh Meats and Pure Lard. Community Meat Market napei orer.rsira mvt. n urc nuin . ?nTV-v "VTlTrSI "Mr. Walter Gibson snent Mr and Mrs. Branson Hunriford and fc dav Tuesd Mt and Mrs children Irma and John, Chub John and Sheedv daughter Lola, and Miss Delia Patter-1 and M Paul McC)TObs spcnt s"; , t last Fridav with the latter's mother, Mr. and Mrs. ElmerChamness were Mr$ Jet nw North Grove shopping m Marion Thursday. j Mr and Mrs Eimer Comer spent Mr. and Mrs. George Yale and son , Sundav with Mr. and Mts.-J. N. Com-Alva entertained at dinner Sunday er near Greentown. -r Mr and Mrs. Art Corner and chil- Mr. nd Mrs. Clarence Snane-ler and N;i. is evening. It beinn his seventeenth r'rthdav. Ovt" and cake were dren, Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Smith and T-nmret Sanler of Jonesboro served to the following Miss Anna jlr. and Mis. Austin Yale and daugh- spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Hilrm S.r.ith and Alex Deerea of Fowlerton, t?? Joan June. 1!?. and Mrs. Henry Eibefr and Mr.

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