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January 19, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS to be EX Lloyd Williams of Carmel is the yuost of R. P. Lindsey and family. Charley Malone is reported very ill. N Acad- 8 Goodyear Quality B Mrs. Evan Jones, who has been very ill, is able to be out again. Saturday night, Elwood vs. emy, Academy gym, 7:30. "r: rui. r: ress Goods MUCH LOWER PRICES Mrs. Oz Relfe and children Wednes- j Mrs. Milt Peters of Marion spent Friday with Mrs. Maria Neal and Jennie Trader. day night. Ij at B. Harvey attended relative in Elwood Mr. and Mrs. E. the funeral of a Monday. Charles White of Indianapolis spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mi's. J. H. Wilson. Miss Nelia MeCombs was in Muncie j Mr. and Mrs. Esta Sellers have re When buying Tires you want the kind you can rely upon to render the best possible service.' Even with Goodyear Reduced Prices, you can still buy some makes of tires at lower prices. But if you are considering them, remember that there is a vast contradiction to price Cost and Worth. Your own experience tells you that what you really want is Quality. Why hope against reason by thinking that cheapness will supply that quality. turned from Lapel after an extended an(j Mrs. Ed Elliott. j visit with the latter s parents. In Wool, Cotton and Silks. Taffetas, Messalines and Crepe De Chine in all the newest shades. Get our prices before you buy. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Summers drove to Ohio Tuesday to attend the funeral of a friend. 1 People who have been helped by jTanlac are always anxious and will-I injr to tell others about it. H. W. Hahne. 13 Mrs. John Flanagan drove to Muncie Tuesday where she was the guest of her niece, Mrs. John Green. r i I Elwood will be seen in action Sat-! urday nitht at the Academy gym. Don't fail to see the Academy and El-; wood in action. Miss Orpha Jones has returned from Morristown, where she spent her vacation with friends and 1 The Bee Hive Cash Store E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. n "storage batteries Mr. and Mrs. James Sellers and son Uel, and grandson Glenn, are visjt-ing their son P. M. Sellers at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Get Our Prices on All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Mrs. John Dome, living east of town, was called to Ohio Saturday on account of the serious illness of her mother. M lires, Accessories, Uxls, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 4 ! Mrs. Klla Hook went to Indianano- i lis Wednesdav where she will visit iher daughter, Mrs. Georpe McCaskey I and her son, Dr. Trosso Heck. Mr. and Mrs. Orvel VanArsdall of Logansport, former Fairmount people, are entertaining a baby boy, James by name. sdcj pEOPLE Anna Barrick, who underwent an operation Friday afternoon is reported to be slowly improving at her home : on North Buckeye street. ! Mrs. Arthur Brandamour and Mrs. 1 Albert Bumgartner of "Alexandria, j were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barteaux Tuesday evening. Mr. and M(rs. Earl Henry of Marion, spent the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Garner, west of Fairmount. Mrs. S,allie Hollingsworth, who was called to Clarksburg, W. Va., by the serious illness and subsequent death of her son, has returned to Fairmount. Word has been received in Fair- ' Rev. Elwood Davis of West i irst : iou cant have good health witn a FARfl LOANS SEE US FOR LONGTIME LOANS Lowest Interest Any amount. Any locality. Delaware Realty Co. 353 Johnson Block, Muncie, Ind. 'Street was made happy this week by : disordered stomach. Correct your Tar.Iac is made of roots, herbs and the receipt of a box of fine orancres ! stomach disorders with Tanlac and Mrs. Nancy Doherty and Mrs. Lenna Webb of Bangor, Mich., returned home Tuesday after spending, several weeks with Lawrence Duller and other relatives in Fairmount. H. W. . mount of the serious illness of Mrs. ; Frank Sanders, at her home in Frank- ' you will keep well and stronp. i Hahne. b.-irks and contains no or-iate. H. W. Hahne. minerals or which was sent to him by his son, Will Davis, who lives in Florida. j lin. Mrs. Sanders was recently at the Two big games at Academy gym, ' bedside of her mother, Mrs. Buchanan, Saturday night. Elwood vs. Academy, here, but since returning home has Sweetrer seconds vs. Academy re- ; contracted the lva. serves. Don't fail to miss these two! hig games. 1 - t-- M mm Food For SUNDAY SERVICES lie Pioneer Store Drug M Less Gcorge Ferrviscn and family are moving from Valparaiso to Fairmount and will occupy the Owen Curloss j residence on South Main street. MY. oney BAPTIST CHUIiCH Rolan 1. of Anderson, will Announces New Prices Rev. on ?up- Ferguson is the new proprietor of the the Pul't both Sunday morning Roval Theatre. ' an evening at the Baptist church. I ; The public is invited. Victor ecoros ! Mr. and Mrs. Oz Relfe and children, PRICES THAT MAKE FOR SAVING Vs. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school. 5):15 a. m. Preaching, 10:o0 a. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. Propelling cervices in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spence, Lucile ; and Tone Fence, living near Grant, ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Walter Refe of Marion, were entertained at Sunday ainr.er by Worth Relfe. i Rev. L. W. McFarland, Evangelist. j The Mayflower always otTers the best to be had and makes its prices as low as possible for good goo-is. Come in and look over our choice t .-ok, n:il you will be able to materially reduce your living expenses. Double Face Black Label Series 10-Inch Size, Former Price 85c . New Price 75 c 12-Inch Size, Former Price $1.35 New Price $1.25 New Prices Effective January 18th Mr. and Mrs. Garry Blown and two daughters. Dorothy and Lucile, Ella Trader of Summitvilie and Mr. and Mrs. Hilman Carter wore onteriaine-.l r-t Sunday dinner by Mi-s. Maria Ne. l and Jennie Trader. Ounnp the revival services there will be no young people's meetings, the combined effort being thrown into the e oning service. A cordial we'eem? to r 11. S. ADELFLRT WOOD, Past r. Miss Lc-?ra Bogue, Ass't Pator. I Some of This Week's Offerings r3 Charles Jacob of Benton Harbor. Mich., was the guest of his father-in-law. L. II. Carter and wife. He brirgs word that Mr. Carter's lilt'e grard lau' ,hter in Benton Harbor is srriouslv ill with tuberculosis. .'..'.rr Bwaius T'zc Large Grare Fruit 10c Fu!k Rates 20c Grape-, per lb 30c l.srge P'ck Salt ?1.2." Large Ibin Cream 10c Large Can Apple Butter ... .30c 10 IN. 23c Apples 72c Oranges 25c, 40c, 60c Prunes 15c, 20c, 30c Pepper, exira good 25f Peeicd Peaches . . . .30c Kraiit, 2 lb 25c Flour, S5c to 95c Cooking Butter 23c GREEN ONIONS. LETrUCE, RADISHES. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 0:30 a. m. Cc-r.imunion. 10:"0 a. m. Praver service. Wetlnosday evening 7:0, Mrs. Albeitson's. Pic-aching both morning ar.d evening. Come, sinr:. pray p.rd worship with us. H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor ARMER 8 t3 O?. Relfe and Elmer Risxcrs drove to Valparaiso Wednesday irt a truck and will bring back toly the household efTocts of George Ferguson, proprietor of The Royal Theatre, who is moving g b.is family to Fairmount for residence. TET J LOOK he Mayf CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, P:"0 a. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. Sermon subject. "The Religion lower ft Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Fritz enter- tainevl Tuesday evening, complmentary of 1 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mailman of s Phcne 1 1 Bob Lindsay, Prep Jesus." Strnnerers welcome. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor Los Angeles, Cab, and Mr. and Mrs. .Lincoln Stookey, who are home from Oxford, Ohio, for a short stay. Am .'1SWlia.w!i'Afc.lALaf-?: A Meeting of Fairmount Township Farmers Will be Meld on Wednesday, January 25th In the basement of the Fairmount State Bank, the meeting to begin promptly at 1 o'clock, at which time J. G. COVERT, State Organizer for the Farmers Federation, will be present and address the farmers on matters of vital interest at this time to every one. Everyone Invited, Whether Members of the Federation or Not. Come and Benefit. Mrs. Ret2 was hostess Wednesday j M CHLRCH !at a neighborhood rarty. The afTair1 Next Sunday promises to be a good ; was in the nature of a noon dinner da" at the Methodist church. The ' and was greatly enjoyed by the follow. , F.unday school attendance is increasing guests: Mr. and Mrs. L. H. in?i both the Epworth and Junior Carter, Mrs. Dooley, Mr. and Mrs. ! Leagues are well attended and doing Tom Dyson, Mrs. Corn and Mr. and ! excellent work. The pastor will ! Mrs. Piper. preach both morning and evening. . t (The subject for the morning) sermon i A. D. Bryan, is confined to his ' will be "Is Jesus Elective?" For the How About Your Bed Room Set Lunch Cloths and Similar Work? Now te the time to do them. And before you begin you should look orer tir ur.cxcePed line of Linens, Muslins, Ginghams, Bloomer Satin, Flots. Pongee Silk and wire for Crochet hats. We ha c everything you will need. We ta also fit you correctly a ad happily in a Corset that wiH J.e Just what you want in every detail. We also have a full line of wool and eilk he. j home for several days on account of ' evening the subject will be "The Lure j a badly sprained ankle. Mr. Bryan ! of Tomorrow." The program for the i was engaged in putting a roof on a j day will be, Sunday school at 9:30, MRT STORE. South Main Street THE Patterson. Mrs. Ella R. i building for Gary Brown near Sum-j mitville last week when he fell from j a ladder which resulted in a sprained morning sermon, 10:30; Junior Lea-"ue, 2:20; Epworth League, 6:00; Evening sermon, 7:00. G. B. SWEENEY. f9 "The Wages of Sin is DEATH ankle and afev other minor bruises. "But now once at the end of the ages hath he been manifested to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself." Kiwanis Host To Ministers The funeral of Charles Petty, who died Saturday at his home in Jones-boro, was held Monday. Air." Petty was 67 years of age and is survived by his widow and three sons. Also FREE' extra trousers , one daughter, Mrs. Frank Btock of iJonesboro, one brother, H. E. Betty (Continued from Page One) Do not miss the meet- TIV.C J IL ings being held at the f rienClS 1,0111X11 REV. L, W. McFARLAND, Evangelist EARL FOLGER, In Charge of Singing of Fairmount and two sisters. "happy couple" seem like several instead of "one. The evening was In addition to the regular work of ! the O. E. S. Tuesday night, three can- ! full of wholesome fun, and richly en- 'didates were initiated into the order j Joyed- But not more so than the; jas follows: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bul-!smker in the Phi Delta Kappa club j tier and Mrs. Nettie Monohan. Fol- rooms which followed. The meeting! j lowing the adjournment of the lodge J adjourned promptly at 7:30, in keep- j : a social session was held and a splen- mg with the Kiwanian idea of one hour, and the members adjourned t ! did pot-luck supper was served in the i banqueting room. with every made-to-measure suit Get busy at once cash in on thissensational money-saving offer, which is for a limited time bnly. Get double the wear f romyoursuit3on account of the extra pants and have them made to your individual measure. same material as the suit Ribble Eroo., off course the fraternity club rooms on Main street where they were the t&uests of the Phi Delta Kappa member for an evening of social ' enjoymeitt. The fraternity members expressed their appreciation of what Kiwanis was We Do Custom Butchering Get Our Prices. They Are Right. Fresh Meats and Pure Lard. . Community Meat Market Bobbie, the little son ot Mr. and Mrs. Eber Kimes of Shreveport, La., according to word received here, suffered a broken leg recently. This U tho thinl fime thn little fellow h accomplishing and hoped to be Sable to had the same leg broken and this time j co-operate in such a way thai both ; i the fracture is near the hip joint. He i organtaations might work together good of the com- along as i for the general munity. is reported to be getting Iwell as can be expected.

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