The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 26, 1922 · Page 4
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January 26, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Francis Jones is on the sick I Miss list. fanlac has been an unfailing source f comfort to millions throughout the ength and breadth of this continent, lave you tried it for your troubles? I. W. Hahne. S. A. Hockett last week closed a contract with the Upland high school for the photograph work in connection with the annual the school will publish this year. Grant County News In Brief soldier receives 75 cen- rm A French times a day. Dollars or Ji wo is re- The Civil Service Commission a( Mrs. Sallie Hollingsworth ported to be quite j Washington is taking a hand in the ! postoffice fight in Gas City, a repre- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olfather are ported on the sick list. sentative of the commission havim n You can buy choice of any Men's Fine $3.00 and $2.50 Shirts for B 1 i visiied that city during the past week guest of interviewing those who took the re , cent civil service examination, as wel. Bessie -Whybrew was the Wm. II. Garrison Friday. For ' as tne leading business men 01 tnc Reginald Tarrill is able to return to town. It is said that the appoincmer. school after a severe illness. iwill now be made under the rules o: the commission and not as a politico Harold LaRue is quite ill at his handout. C. E. Van Valor, one o home on South Main street. the proprietors of the Gas Cicy Jour I ' nal, and who stood at the head of the The Greatest Event of the New Year! ! Values for Also some auer n. vxarnson spent ine week Special $1.50 end with his brother in Marion. ( list of applicants takingi the examina , tion, is now said to scand the bes1 'chance. The appointment, as a poli tical plum, was to have gone to J. E Ward. Mrs. Lena Holliday, who has been quite ill, is reported some better. Miss Bertha Leming has returned from a several days trip to Chicago. ! The Bee Hive Cash Store Special Values in All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Orin Branch, age 32, supposedly operating a truck farm near Gas City was arrested by Sheriff Fowler Monday charged with violating the prohibition law. He is charged with manufacturing boose on his farm, in 3 Mr. Murray of Grcentown, is his daughter, Mrs. Lena Holliday. Illinois is daughter, Mrs. Will Walkmack of here for a visit with her Mrs. Henry Gunn. stead of devoting himself to raisinr tnick. The sheriff confiscated 150 gallons of mash. Branch told the sheriff he was out of work and needed Starts Saturday, January 28th, and Continues Ten Days It's a monster sale of new bargains, at the old fashioned price of 19c. You will find a lot of "corking" values that you will surely want. Each purchase is an investment. You save money on every article. Come early for the widest selection. Here are a few Things 19c will Buy during this sale. 10 Quart Galvanized Pails 19c 1 Gallon Galvanized Oil Cans..! 19c Huck Towels, 17 1-2 x 35 inches, each 19c 9 Ounce Glass Tumblers, 4 for 19c 5 Quart Enameled Preserving Kettles 19c Steel Frying Pans, 8 3-4 inches diam, 19c 18 x 34 inch Unbleached Turkish Towels ' 19c Salyer's Variety Store FFlZT Only a few of the many bargains can be mentioned above. Come in and see others. Rev. Fred DeWeerd is in charge of the revival services which are being held at Marion college. the money. jsOTx DEOPLE Thousands of weak, run-down men and women have reported astonishing gains in weight from the use of Tan-lac. II. V. Hahne. Joseph L. Shanks, a Kentuckian who came to Grant county some six years Ideal road construction, as demonstrated on the Lincoln highway, will be shown in the movie films. aiO, last summer on his six-acre '0U KNOW The Amoma Girls of the Baptist j , patch of land near Marion, raised ! 10.570 pounds of tobacco which he sold in the tobacco market at Madi Linn Scott is reported to be quite church held a delightful class party and business meeting on Friday evening, of last week at the home of Miss Hazel Thompson. son, Ind., for $3,493.03. Atty. O. R. Scott was stricken with illness Wednesday and was seriously ill for several hours. This morning his condition is reported much better. s Marshal Park Moore, of Jonesboro Cal Dean is reported serious- Mrs. ly ill. has declared war on automobile speeders through that town, and hereafter J31ain Duncan and his mother of Ohio, who have been visiting relatives anv exceeding the speed limit will Rene Jones and William MicCormick were in Marion Wednesday to attend the noon luncheon of the Kiwanis club. Mrs. W. J. Lewis spent Sunday in ' in Missouri, stopped off at Fairmount find the officer on their trail. Marion, the guest of Mrs Hartford. August " while enroute home, to visit with Mrs. I Lon Moon and family. SUNDAY SERVICES Miss Velma Briles. a student at the ! Mrs- Maria Ncal and Mrs. Jennie Alva Demaree, who is employed at the Clover Leaf Cream Station, is able to be out after a four weeks' siege of pneumonia. H H H iluncic Normal school, was home for ; Trader entertained at Sunday dinner j the week-end. tne following! guests: Rev. Tom ; Tierce, wife and daughter Fay, Miss ' Two Big G H M M H M ames Miss Laura Carrie Coleman and Smith. Mrs. Will Jones returned Wednes- Tanlac is manufactured in one of the largest and most modernly equ:p- ped laboratories in the country. H. ' WESLEYAX CHURCH Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. Quarterly meeting services will be held following, the Sunday school. Meetings will be held Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m. Rev. W. L. Thompson will preach at all the meetings Saturday and Sunday. All welcome. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. i jday from Indianapolis, where she was j at the bedside cf her husbr.nd who is I ill at St. Vincent hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Royal and j daughter Helen entertained as their W. Hahne. N Sundav guests Mr. and Mrs. H. E. , Summitville H. S. vs. Fairmount H. S. First and Second Teams F"NSbtGyn' January 27th Edith Mor.ahan of South Whitley, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Leath Smith j Mrs. C. L. Lindleyof Salem spent and daughter Doris, Mrs. Carrie : Sunday with Mrs. Will Jones. Mrs. M. E. CHURCH N N H N X N i M M M N II. Harrison and family Tuesday night ; Kimes and daughters Georgia, Lucile j Lindley is engaged in Farmers In-ol last week. ; ari Margaret and Lillian Rhoads. stitute work and has made several ! talks before farmers associations in M H M N N ! the neighborhood. S Sunday school at 9:30. Morning sermon, 10:30, subject: "The Path of Destiny." Junior League, 2:30. Ep worth League, 6 p. m. Evening sermon, 7 p. m., subject: "The Potential Christ." Revival begins the first Sunday in February. In the evening of Jan. 31, Rev. A. D. Buvkett will irive a reading and char The new balconies have been completed and will be opened for spectators for these games. Don't miss these games; they will be thrillers from start to finish. Come early and get your seat. Section number 3 of the Pi-esbyter-ian Ladies' Aid Society will entertain and serve oysters in the Town Hall 3 1 Ma:thews on Saturday evening. Still For You Fighting the H. C. L. Prices Made to Fit the Dollar Value A cordial invitation is given Feb. 2. to all. acter study of Longfellow's "Evange-line." Rev. Euikott comes highly accompanied commomUvi and the program will be H M M H M - rxi IN M K H M H First Game 7:15. Mrs. Ethel Scale Doors Open at 6:15. Second Game :G0. of a high order. Adr 15c and 25c mission the body of her late husband here for burial, expects to return to her home HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DOLLS STILL TIME TO GET YOURS Whittier, Cal., some time next ! !n r Sjr V Jf ' week. On Tuesday Mrs. Seale was a j guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phin RntlitT and on Wednesday spent the day with Mrs. John Peacock. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. Rev. A. V. Roland, of Anderson, will preach at both morning and evening services. W. I. McKIXLEY, Chairman Pulpit Committee. Fine Grade Chestnut Anthracite I Robert Little and two sons have ; been quite ill with the chicken pox. j One of Ir. Little's sons, Cedric, is j Coal Pler ty of it H ere's a Few Price Leaders For This Week 8 p $14.50 er Aon ; just recovering from an operation to 'straighten his eyes and expects to j I have the operation repeated in a ! short time to be entirely successful, j Mr. Little feels that he is almost ! capable of managing a hospital after i so much experience in sickness. $7Ji West Virginia or Kentucky Lump Coal at Apples 7c and 'ic Bananas 7 j c Grapes 30c Salt Fish 5 for 25c Bacon 20c, 23c, 43c Sunbeam Flour . . SI. 23 Bulk Coffee 15c to 20 Pop Corn, per lb c Frtsh Oysters 60c Grape Frait, each lfc Oranjrr. 3Cc. 40c, 60c Dates, rr lb 20c Olio. 25c to 30c Butter 23c to 35c Pes berry Coffee 25c to 33c Pine&pp, large cm 33c FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. Preachinc, 10:30 a. m. Preaching, 7 p. m. Preaching services in charge of Rev. L. W. McFarland, Evangelist. During the revival services there will be no young people's meetings, the combined effort being thrown into the evening service. A cordial welcome to all. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor. Miss Leora Bogue, Ass't Pator. ! REBEKAHS HOSTESSES j TO I. O. O. F. MEMBERS. The members of the Rebakah lodge ; delightfully entertained the members FAIRMOUNT LUMBER CO. Phone 55 Fairmount, Indiana of the I. O. O. F. lodge and their families at a chicken dinner in their hall on Wednesday evening after the adjournment of Iodgp. The banquet- The Mayflower ! ing hall was artistically decorated in CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. At the evening service at 7 p. m., the pastor will take for his subject. the Rebekah colors, pink and white, and the long dining table was lighted Bob Lindsay, Prop. Phone 1 1 with pink and white candles in crys laitf J "What Religion has already done for tal candle sticks. Covers were for seventy-five guests and the f o! ; us. A cordial invitation is extenaed "Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not reckon sin." lowing menu was served: Baked Chicken and dressing Stewed Chicken and noodles Mashed Potatoes Baked Beans Chow Chow Beets Hot Rolls Pumpkin Pie Coffee Art si ft or Hinnpr nmornim was rri vn : SPECIAL SALE! to all to come and meet with us at these services. MARTIN" LEE GRANT, Past . -. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 9:30 a. m. Prayer service, Wednesday evening 7 o'clock. Preaching both morning and eve- Friends Church Do not miss the meetings being held at the which consisted of vocal solos by Miss J $30.00 $40.00 Pure Worsted Suits Lois Fankboner, reading by. Victor jning. Subjects: Morning, "Take Your Love, reading by Mary Serigjit andiTime.M Evening, "Buying a Home." REV. L, W. McFARLAND, Evangelist EARL FOLGER, In Charge of Singing piano solos by Miss Elsie Sweeney. Text, Heb. 11:10. Children's mass meeting Sunday, 2 o'clock. All children are cordially invited. H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES SSSWod. 25.00 Thee prices are below wholesale in order to close out short ends, and are all year around Woolens; are made strictly to your measure and carry our guar-antee to fit and to be pure wool and perfect in every Claude Moon is reported to be ill. (By Margaret Taylor) Convocation was held Tuesday at 2:20. Mr. F. Elmer Marshall of Indianapolis, had chargie. Mr. Marshall specializes in readings, this time pre- The Ladies Aid Society of the church will meet Thursday after-coon vith Mrs. Henry Barber. edy "The Rivals. Mr. Marshall has riven Shakespearian readines in Fair- We Do Custom Butchering Get Our Prices. They Are Right. t Fresh Meats and Pure Lard. Community ' Meat Market ' mount previous to this time and has proven a success m this line of work. Mrs. Barclay Lancaster of Carmel, way. Ribble Bros., of course Gerald Olfather was absent from ! who is visiting a son in Jonesboro, school Tuesday. 1 will come to Fairmount in a few days . , , . - . 'to make a visit with her son Ernest Beth Winslow was absent from school Tuesday because of illness. .Williams.

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