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January 16, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAttMOttNT NEWS tn the item abut the installation ACADEMY DEFEATED of Rebekah s in FrMay s issue, the BY TIPTON FIVE iume of Mrs. Lora Khcher as rda-vtt Grant County News In Brief Fairmount Pins Faith On Future (Continued from Page One) m d chaplain was omtted. Put trp a Good Game Holding Tipton Lads to Even Battle After First Few Minutes of Play .Although fighting hard every inch of the way the Fairmount Academy team was unable to bring home a and holds regular meetings in the Charles Williams and Charles L. various churches. A permanent meet- ' Carter, prominent Marion business ing place will probably be adopted en hav Phased the Hurst 5 and soon. Because there is no active com. ! 10. cnt. sto.r.cs m Manon. and Lew Caskey has been retained to act as starter for the harness races which will be held in connection with the Kentucky state fair to be held in Louisville the week of SepL 11. Mr. Caskey will perform his duty while taking his vacation as rural mail carrier out of the local postoffice. Yards of Toile Du Nofd Gingham, in plaid and checks for the spring trade at t 25c Per Yard victory from Tipton Friday night. By defeating the Academy the Tipton team counted up its sixteenth straight s spirt, the uurst stores having Deen in the hands of a receiver for some time. The new owners announce that they will enlarge the business of the mercial organisation here and no other civic body, the Kiwanis will un- j dertake matters which would ordU j narily be handled by a commercial ; association. A committee has been ' On Wednesday night at 8 oVlock victory for the season. The Academy five, however showed up exceedingly well, and after the first tw minutes of the came, when Tipton scored six the Fairmount township Farmers will meet at East Branch. L. L. Needier, Ilia iw r-Mrt- rliairtvtnn. will be ore- appointed to investigate small indus sent and speak on "Organization and ; markers, the Academy iais tieui meir Land Appraisement. Lew Caskey I opponents to a close battle, Tipton ... u . ii. i f-iv- I during the remainder of the game stores along some new lines. After cutting the telephone wire two men, one white and .the other colored, entered the grocery store of Andy Finkbone, Race and 31st streets. Marion, Thursday night, and held up Finkbone. for $.r0 and a customer in the store for $5. Both men made good their escape. Toile Du Nord Ginghams are recognized for their superior quatity and up to the minute styles. Vs make a specialty of Toile DuJ Nord Ginghams. tries which may be brought to Fair-mount, and a few "prospects" are already in view. The Fairmount Kiwanis Club at the time of its organisation, had the distinction of being "the baby club of the world,' the club in the smallest "Mail Box Approaches. No attempt coring but one more point than did -thv program has been the Academy. The Academy played at any lengt! 1 under iho handicap of having a line up thafc had never played together be- made as there is so much business of importance to transact and the annual election of officers will take place. city represented by a Kiwanis organi- tore, out wmcn Ms "l l Ration. The officers are: Dr results in the future. Edwards, of . , rohn u. D. I At the Marion poultry show last Little u-nnL" rVinvlrto T .n vi Hrm r rwf Vii i rm on r t --;, Vw luietl I . and who has last year s varsity, ijeen , vite.presidont. clyde Lewig secn.tary, , with his White Plymouth Rocks, won A1 -1 E. J. Seale Monday received a message, stating that William P. Scale, Sti, passed away at his home in Whit- The Bee Hive Cash Store We Make a Specialty of All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND incugime umn l..Wv..b ....... , Pa,mel. Ice treasurer. ed the entire game, showing Hashes a 4th on cocks, 3rd on hens, 2nd and 4th on cockrels, 1st, 3rd and 4th on pffllets and 1st on young pens. nt !! !.! toie form bv his floor work. tier. Cal.. Sunday Jan. its. Mr. Seale ident of Fairmount ' McCombs was the best poinL maker was a pioneer res Refused To Stop For Highwayman for the Academy. The line-up was: j Fairmount, 18 Tipton, 2 j Cecil Coy, Gibbons j KdwartU Wickerstan I According to members of the facul-i ty, fourteen teachers will not return j to Marion college next fall, as a re-j suit of the resignation of Dr. H. C. Bedford as president of the institu and previous to going to California resided at the corner of Seventh and Main streets. The body will be brought to Fairmount for burial ami funeral arrangements will be made at tha time (Continued from Page One) i man saw that the machine was not j "ninir to strr and olparod the road at ; tion. Others are uncertain as to their plans, but from present appearances tsssss, PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis entertained &t Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Will Park of Marion and Verlie Bennett of Anderson. Conroy Burkett Hannan Forwards McCombs, Lewis Centers Woods Brew-er Guards TELFPHONK STOCKHOLDERS MEET TUESDAY AFTERNOON The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens Telephone William Walmack and wife have re a bound. The smaller man started i l.he ,colle ma have an tntire new for the side of the highway but was ' lacuIt-v next too slow, with the result that the right j Henry C. Smith, a Marion real es-fender of Shepp's automobile struck j tat dealer, arrested on complaint of him and sent him sprawling into the 1 Cincinnati authorities on a charge of fence. Shepp did not stop to see how ! having passed a f raurfulent check in badly the holdup man was injured. A the Ohio city, for the sum of $190, company will be held Tuesday after- TELEPHONE GIRLS C.IVE turned from Lansing, 111., where Mr. Paul Stevsrt ef the S.ervice Oil -.i. t-- . t . noon, when a new board of directors ,r.-w.-t t ctiiiict? ivijtv O.mpar.y srct Sunday m Richmond. as R tor man for the Pennsy-iH he chosen who will have charge Tf, hoTO con,r4tny Mr. Ellen Hires, who has Wen ill tmtaTxr It .77 fW7" U bht!v imtMxntsl.1 i . ' 1 ? .l 1 M A Miss Ilah Peacock, and a surprise farmer's posse was formed a short tim later, which searched over a con- will be made for the early 1 All efforts to make a skating pond that f lf birthday for Otto Morris, of j siaorable portion of that part of the of S.vlus. Mich. Jon the citv ptvpertv north of the fomnlotton of 1W WJW (u Trlol,hone company, on last Fri supper Miss Fled Wiley i country, but failed to find any trace day evening at the home of Miss of the pa;r fcrer.t Friday and Saturday friends in Fanwiour.t, with ' water works have failed, the water I refusing to stay on top of the frozen Blanche Iiarshbarger on east i Whilo in Fairmount. a few minutes hasvbeen taken to Ohio on extradition papers, were he will have to stand trial, notwithstanding the amount of the check has been made good. W. B. Wallace, of Marion, has been elected vice president of the Indiana State Veternarians association. E. J. McCracken, a well-known farmer of the county, has announced himself as a candidate for commission LIBERTY CNIT WILL MEET MONO AY NIGHT ington street. The delicious supper i ..ivv:m,si.. shPn was disritssinm the b pernit the j ground long enough . Thurman Lewis, llel- ftM.m;ri. ( . w . , ... i - ' - Mr. end M The Libertv township agricultural . hch was servea consisveo oi "y-, attempted bank robbery here and in association will meet this evening in; cnitKou, oier rcu.it, '' the course of his remarks stated that e-n and Die I a- is, spent Sunday with llr. Lewis pannts, Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. Lewis. I Mrs. O. E. Curless. who has been odd Fellows hall in llackleman. oysters, hot baked beans, potato, bean if h wag ye tacklevl wh n cn the ,very ill w ith trouble causal by her ! Directors for the .-ear will be select- :nd Waldorf salads, variety of san l-jnHul hc woultl rofUSe to stop his i teeth, is improving slowly and is ablej a number of other important wichos, pickles, fruit salad with whin- :mach;ne amj would run over the' man ?. ts I? solt time ieac''' business matters come up for consid- ; ped cream, angel ami ue u s ioo.i cm. , who triol to J.top himf jf jt wero pos Clarence M,vr.. Bob Harxcy Xnc:l HoUewfeT rcturnexl home nvday ixtnur after attending Purdue Sher tVurs. As soon as she is able she will gv to oration. sMr. Morris naa tne pieaur oi vm- sible to do so. By a strange coincid-i.i l.i ,-i a ijiivrol fool cake S j. . , Marion for an x-ray examination to . . (wnit mo v... ...., jence, no iacei exacuv me emergency - , which was trimmed with his initials ;rf which ,i? ha SKkon less lhan er from the second district on the Republican ticket. lie is the first candidate to make definite announcement for any office, but other announcements are now expected soon. Con. L. Shugart, one of the best known farmers of the county, was I locate, the trouble. Fr-r.d r! Mr .Tosiah Winslow, I .lWcininS LOO K ,n vnk lc4n minutes later, and carried out his an- Henderson, living on i The entertainment of the evening , nouncotl rians aimost to lhe letter. who has teer. hut in for some time ' Mrs. W. G f Jill- f-rr Knfi Vrn- consisted of piano ana victroia mu i Krom the description given, it is on neeourt el illness, are glad to West Fourth streets this city, who fori Vn.vw tV.at tt i suieinOv imorove,l some time had been the guest of a' 1 contests and games. Those enjoying j (hnurht tjlat tho j.a me two men, made 1 stricken with paralysis Saturday af- th? splendid evening were Vidian t! jan unsuccessful attempt to stop the ternoon at the home of his daughter, t be able tx atterd hurch. ! daughter living in Indianapolis, died Qfl bar, Mary E. Holhngsworth, Iai- LXtn ear driven by another Indianapolis : Mrs. Frank Strones. in Marion. The , . I sex-eral o.ays ago at tne state capital, j Ml la Wilson. Edwin Seale, Anne Mae ; sajcs8man th'e ,lay previously, and in ' entire left side of his body was affect- Tkrt ' x ... .1. It.. .,.l,L.tw..xit ACADEMY SCHOOL BOARO - d. Adde teach entertained at burial leingi made ir Cnnvn HiU i dinnrt. as guests, Mr. an I cemetery, aeeonling to word brought; '1 l.vh, Havivld, Bcrr.iece, bore by relates who have returned ad iarkMt Leach, Garnet home. I ' narneu, nianene ii.Mmaii; i, .,t.v , t snme vicinitv BiHkshire, Faye Pierce, Mary M. j ' Ilolliugsworth, llah Peacvvk, Grace i , ,, . , Sunday V.t s. W Pa"mer. n Carmony or near S-.jmmitpiHe. After- ! no , n caller I;ivvt G. Lov;. I A. Carter, Herchell denes, Mrs. B. K Burgan, Mrs. Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Morris, Dori4 and Wade Morris, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Charles Harshbarger. 4The Free Gift of God Is Eternal Life in Jesus Christ Our Lord" You are invited to attend revival Meetings at the f NextFriday afternoon at 2 o'clock, M;-s. Claud Huston will be hostess to the local W. C T. L at her home on Suth Buckej-e sttvet. Mrs. Huston will be assisted by Mrs. Dreyer, May SerighU Helen Wells, Arietta Harsh - Letters tv rived from Clarence (V.ny ard taowly who left here alvut week cc in an automobile for tvake REORGANIZES FOR YEAR. On last Thursday the members ef the Fairmount Academy school beard, met to reorganise, End entertained at, d'nner the new members, faculty and 'custodians. The reorganization was as follows: A. E. R-tlitf, president; l.in Wilson, vice-president; Ida Win-' slow, secretary; O. B. Wilson, treasurer; Bennett Shugavt, assistant treasurer. ) A most delicious dinner was served ' in the domestic science room, by the " senior domestic science girls to Mr. ;and Mrs. Lin Wilson, Mr. and Mrs jo?: B. WiNon, Mr. and Mrs.' Ancil Wcdes, F'a., sMe that they are mak Friends Church, January 17 S LOCAL WAR MOTHERS AT YAN DEVANOER FUNERAL War Mother, Mrs. Addie Winslow and several members ef the Fairmount chapter of War Mothers, were in Gas City Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Cora Van Oevander who passed 1 away on the previous Monday, death irr the iourr.ry in excellent time barcer ami Ora Winslow. Rev Swee-ar, I expect to wake Lke Wales not ) ney w ill speak on the subject of "Sab? lver than Stunlay evening or Sun-, bath Observane." Mary McTurnan 4y m.-mmt. Mr. Carey ar.d family ; will discuss "Americanization" and srwrt the at tww months in Fair Alice Hollingswwth will have charge w-;nr.t, I of the music. tJeginning at 7:30 p. m. REV. L, W. McFARLAND, Evangelist EARL FOLGER, In Charge of Singing .1,,. tt attnrt rf snm;ll ' K3 Ratlitf, Mf. and Mrs. B Shugart, Mr. mpniitb at Christmas time. Our- a!id Mrs. Joseph Whiteley, Mrs. m. i . 4. ' ... ; I Ancil Winslow, Jones, Mrs. i service, she took grea interest in war Morris and Mr. Aaron Napiere of . 'v. M k ,,., I I extra 117 O 17 ur y rrAic arc 11 11 Anderson, B. T. Purviance, L. H. Mar- j wtjlTy of tho Cas City War ! shall, Mrs Oora E. Adams, Sybl : Mntho aml County Swrotary of the ! ,Kramme, Eurah RatlitT, Mary Oillon ; Wnr Mothpvs At thc tlmo of tiH ; The xVX" T, nmbers th i eounty meetinp in Fairmount, Mrs. ,ar Mr. W ill Jones and Mr. J. Shug- Van Dvanaer was present and ; ar I through this association she has a1 large circle of friends in Fairmount ; I who deplore her loss. Mrs. Daisy Royal Theatre Show Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Saturday Matinee 230. Every Night 7:00 ar.d 8:30 Tuesday, January 18th Marguerite Clark in "LUCK IN PAWN" Douglas Barr, pastor of the Friends chureh at Newcastle and also State War Mother, had charge of the ser- j vice, assisted by Rev. R. II. Wehrly, ; pastor of the Gas City M. E. church. J of which Mrs. Van Devander was a j with every made-to-measure suit busy at one ca;h in on tHts'sensational monoySivinj offer, which is for a UmiteJ time only. t?t ijub?e the wear tV.rn yo.tr Sit'fc on awrint of the extra pant? and have thenx ir,?.ue to your individual measure. same material as the suit Ribble Bros., of course member. . H. S. AUOrTORlUM GREATLY tMRROYED. The large eroAvd, w-hich, last Thurs. day night attended the third number of the Lyceum course a the Fair-mount high school auditorium, given by the Kenilworth Glee Club, wre agreeably surprised at the changes and improvements which are under way and partially completed on the interior of that hall. An almost complete chang has been made in the stage settings and scenic effects. An Indianapolis expert is to pive the final touche, and when the full plans of the school board have been completed Fairmount will have a real for ure "opery house, with modern Thursday, January 19 Harry Carey in "The Freeze Out SNIDER COMPANY i MAKING CONTRACTS. The Snider Preserve Company last week received ks contracts for the j 1922 tomato crop and these are ! ready for those whrt will grow toma- toes for the company this season. The j contract price to the grower is $10 per ton. i ACTION THRILLS Also Century Comedy "Sea Shore Shapes" With Daby Peggy and Wonder Dg xxxTxxxxTxxxxxxiiirxxrsrxrrxrrxxxrra 1T.- 1UU iflr Flk Wll Fairmount High School Gym x X X X K Fairmount High School vs. Pendleton High School FRIDAY NIGHT 7:30 Doth Pendleton aud Warren have quite strong teams this year and both are well known at Fair-mount. Local fans will want to see both of these games. Admiccion, 15c and 25c Fairmount High School vs. Varren High School Wednesday Night 7:30

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