The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 30, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, January 30, 1922
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THE FAIUMOtTNT NEWS improved today. iEEs TO) Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs spent Two Dollars For al Tlheaitirel Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lore of Rigdon. ' v Miss Bertha Leming went to Indianapolis yesterday morning and will return this evening. You can buy choice of any Men's Fine $3.00 and $2.50 Shirts for 1 Two Days lCSX"- Feb-1 2 I John Green, wife and three children of Muncie were the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan. For (TO Mrs. Campbell, who is visiting here Cecil B. DeMille's Famous Production from Decatur, is confined to her bed at the home of her son Lloyd Camp- rs bell. ' (56 Values for A! II "Male and Female" so some and i v 1 Special $1.50 Male TT? Tl THE CAST Miss Hazel Jones of Jonesboro, has resumed her duties in the Fairmount B schools after a long and serious at-. p tack of typhoid fever. j ss The Academy Freshmen will meet the Warren high school Midgets at te Academy gym next Friday night with the game starting at 7:30 o'clock. it emniauie Crichton, a butler. .Thomas Mcighan Lord Loam ....... .Theodore Roberts Hon. Ernest Wolley. .Raymond Hatton Lord Brockelhurst ...... Robert Cain Lady Mary Lasenby . .Gloria Swanson Tweeny .................. Lila Lee The King's Favorite. .. .Bebe Daniels The Bee Hive Cash Store Special Values in All Leather Shoes ST MR BRAND -SI Susan . ... ........... .Julia raye Lady Eileen Dun Craigie..Rhy Darby Agatha Lasenby. .. .Mildred Reardon The funeral services of Doris Elizabeth, the four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winans, living south of Fowlerton, were conducted Saturday afternoon at 130 o'clock from the Fowlerton M. E. church with Rev. Mr. Meyers, the pastor, in charge. Burial was made at Park cemetery in Fairmount. Doris Elia beth passed away Friday morningt and was ill only a short time. Ladv Brockelhurst. .... .Maym Kelso Sweeney is reported on Treherne Edward Burns the sick list. V EOPLE S3533 Imagine! A group of men and women, suddenly flung on a desert isle. Master and man, mistress and maid now only males and females. Birth, wealth, trappings, vanished. A new life, calling to a test of worth, where those who are strong 4ead, and those who are weak, follow. Such is this great story. Ranging from the splendid home of an English earl to savage scenes in a tropical jungle, from nice conventions of the cultured elite to uncontrolled passions of ancient Babylon. An epic of love and struggle, vital in theme, stupendous in conceptions, amazingly dramatic, beautiful beyond words. Founded on j. M. Barrie's Famous Play, "The Admirable Crichton. Also Century Comedy. SPECIAL MUSIC Admission, All Scats, Children 15c, Adults 25c, War Tax Included. Shows 7 and 8:30 p. m. a stock sale at Lewis Caskey had Denver, Ind., Friday. KN ov McGuire .......... Henry Woodward Thomas ............... Sydney Dean "Buttons" .Wesley Barry Fisher ............ Edna Mae Cooper Mrs. Perkins ...... .Lillian Leighton William Meyers spent Saturday and Sunday in Indianapolis. Faul Wmslow, a Fairmount young . rss man who is attending Summitville high school and is a member of the j S basketball team and was to have j Filet of Lord Loam's Yacht.Guy Oliver I Mrs. William Karwin of Marion was the Thursday guest of Mrs. Walter Downirg. Miss Mildred Bell came home from Marion for the week end. Captain of Yacht. .. .Clarence Burton played with the team here Friday eve- I ning, was unable to appear owing to ! : li the fact that he is suffering with an j John Shields is seriously ill at his John W. HeaTilin, county commissioner from the Third district, con i hone on South Walnut street. tinues o,uite ill at his home east of the , CJ I Miss Steila Jenkins will leave soon low of East Washington street and is I I for California for an indefinite stay. : under quarrantine. On Wednesday of last week Mrs. j Miss Velma Briles, who was home W. P. Scale of Whittier Gal., and Mrs. from Muncie Normal school for the Rose Scale were guests at the home j Fairmount-Summitville basket ball ', of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson. j game, spent Saturday in Marion. i Mrs. Buller is quite ill at the home Miss Dorothy Luther entertained Mr. and Mr. John Scale had as hoir Thursday guests, Mrs. William D. Scale of Whittier, CaU and Mrs. Rtse Scale. Grant County News In Brief of her son Lawrence Buller Friday the following: Rev. Lewis J- ' ' j MeFarland. evangelist, who was in Mrs. E. M. Laffler and daughter charge of the revival services at the Kussetl Knks has returned to his Imogene spent Sunday m Indianapo- Friends church, Earl Fclger, who was j The Merchants Heat and Light com h$- j assisting Rev. Mci- arland with the duties ?. railway mail clerk and has been assigned to the Indianapolis- i music, Mrs. imam J?eaie, ot w mt- Pittsburg; ren. Mrs. Lewis Caskey attended the A. Hiatt, and Miss i tier, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bogue i funeral of a cousin which was held Mayf I o w e r For This Specials Week Leora Bogue. Wn'i&rn Hirten. who cut his foot ; in Marion Sunday. with an a while engaged in some! work at Fiaik cemetery recently, is Mrs, Falmer Ice, who has been seriously ill at his home on North J quite ill with the prevailing epidemic. BiiCKeye survu i is improving. pany, of Marion, is one of the seven ; utility companies scattered throughout Indiana included in the consolida- , tion, known as the Indiana Electric Corporation, capitalized at $l?,49t.000 just authoried by the Indiana public service commission. I The authorities of the National ; Sanatorium, at Marion, have appealed to the people of Marion for co-operation in an effort to improve the moral , situation in Marion and the vicinity of the sanatorium. ! Unknown persons Wednesday night ; of last week stole two Duroo hogs from the farm of Homer Golf, one mile east of Swoetser, on the Delphi Mrs. Esther Scale, who accompanied , Mrs. James Bell is irs. james ceil is her vismngi Mammeth Organs. Amongst the largest organs In the xmrtd are the Haarlem Instrument, which poseses sixty stops nn1 s.m p?le; the Albert lbM orgn. with stops; the orcan In St. ttoorge's ll-ill. t t,-lr..wwl M ttl lll sh ' nl St bed ty ci ncr tare nusoana. imam ; daughter. Mrs. Clarence Christopher P. Scale to Fairrr.cur,t for burial, ex- viho lives north of Marion. Sugar 5c Atty.O. R. Svott. who is very ill at j ," bo..sts lr sto; fUi tier, Cal., on estnesday of this week. i his home on West Washington street, 3 in Sninor t- h i wSH t The Lsdies Aid Society of the Bap- is reported slightly improved. ! stops. London Tit-Bits, tist church met last Thursday after-! J . non at the home of Mrs. Ilenrv Bar-' M3ss Jear.ette Simons of Fowlerton! Just Misplaced. "Mr most emharrassUist moment said a minister, "was when, as her and enjoyed a svxial time at a was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr m-.itttr.e. Th men-.bers of this soci-lar.d Mrs. Clvde Lewis and familv. ...... . i Highest Quality! Lowest Prices! t ii tww a. iir uvt a wnu mcv niuu naiv young candidate for a church, toxver- n cariioit to a wajting auto or win acnn on next ihursdav tng awkwardly In the pulpit. I twisted j Mr. and Mrs. John Simons and Mrs. warvm and hauled away. j when they expect to finish Martha Cossett spent Sundav at the be quilt. home of Harry Simons east of town. riv wrxts. I w?s recommending a small ramphtet. and suddenly I lioard myself describe It as This book which t hold In my tittle hand. " GOOD MEDIUM POTATOES, PER PECK, 35c Cabhage 5c Apples 7 jc Grape Fruit 10c Kirk'a Flake Soap Kc P. and G. Soap 6c A. J. Weyler, who is attending the IHinois state University, is home for a weeks vacation between semesters. Top Top Flour 95c Oranges, 30c and 40c Dates 20c Climoline 10c Olio 23c to 30c 4j pound box Krispy or Butter Crackers 53c v:RFEN ONIONS The Heme ltisionary Society of the If, E. chxmli il! meet Thursday af-temoon at S oVtock with Mrs. Alice Ramsey cn ouih Walnut street. This i the arrusl mite box offering and members arc requested to be present nd brirf tirir mite boxes. Early America. 1 protest to you, hr the faith of nn honest man, the more I ranee the country the more I admire It. I have seen the best countries In Europe i I protest to you. put I hem alt together, this country will he equivalent unto them If It he Inhabited with gtxl people. Sir Thomas Dale. IMS. . LETTUCE, RADISIIF3 NOTED LECTURER WILL SPEAK HERE A. D. Burkett, minister, author and lecturer, will appear in the Methodist church tomorrow evening under the auspices of the Epworth League, pre senting Longfellow's masterpiece, "Evangeline," a reading and character interpretation. The program will begin promptly at 7:30 o'clock, and indications are that the lecturer will be greeted by a large audience. Mr. Burkett has a national reputation on the lecture platform and the evening's entertainment will Imp one of more than ordinary interest. The Sunday school class of the M. E. church taught by Mrs. Ella Pat terson, will ri've a farewell social for Mss Estella Jenkins Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. A. F. Drey-er. Miss Jenkins will leave Feb. 7, for Porterville, Cab Miss Marrare t Langan, who recently moved trow Fairmount to Logan-sport is a member of the Kickapoo Camp f, re, evmd these members according to the Legansport Press, enjo-el H coasting larty and camp supper on Priday evemmg at the home of their truardian, Mrs. Li!a Haugh. O 5 pounds of Sugar a 5 cents a pound wllg CXI with each purchase of one dollar. The Mayflower Reaten Ice Fleate, Ice floats because, as It expands In freezing, Its density decreases. Two separate ptr.ts of water welsh the same and possess the same bulk space, hut If one of the pints freezes tt wtll In addition to other improvements in the Royal Theatre, the new manage er, Gecreie Ferguson, is installing an electrical pipe organ, which will add very materially to the attractiveness of the remodeled play house. expand and become specifically ttgihter Phone 11 An exxhsg of properties took place last k by which W. IL Und- Bob Lindsay, Prop. than the other. t - t wwnpcHi xraaea resilience iccarea ; HOME MISSION SOCIETY MEETS WITH MRS. SIMONS The Ladies Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church held a dime social Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Simons on a Eichth akmI Rush sttnpcts. in addi-5 R. L. vod .uvt famt y c?-m ovr Herring Big Cousin. The tarpon Is a gigantic cousin ot the herring, weighing anything up to W pound. A rod only ten feet long and a tine little stronger than a string West Second street. Mrs. Clyde! Lewis and Mrs. Hort Ribble were as- I lien to a h ttsnsideration, for the , f mm Knic-histown Sunday lo nssist 4iJ-acre farm cwned by A. L. Menden- : in tho ce'ebvation of the birthday an-.11 two Chile west of Fairmount. " mversary of his fathor, Rev. S. Adel-ftr. tnderwxo epects to take pose- bert Wood, pastor of the F. tends on of hi farm Kon nd at that time church. Charles White of Oak ilidge X. L. Me4ewWll and family will was also a guest and the day was a move to toww. J happy one for all present. Is used, and the fisherman landing a tarpon Is arded a sped button by th Florida club. ststant hostesses. There were about twenty ladies present who spent a delightful social afternoon during the course of which tea and wafers were served. The regular meeting of this society will be next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alice Ramsey on South Walnut street. Fine Grade Chestnut Anthracite Coal Plenty of it PerTon-' West Virginia or Ken- SffTj tucky Lump Coal at (i bS)iyj FAIRMOUNT LUMBER CO. Our Own Carton Hint. Robert wants to know how to tell whether or not th Uttl green shots that appear In hts Itarden are weed. Tank then, out, Rohert. If they com up again they are weeds. Boston Transcript. B . Tru to Hit Natur. "I has noticed. said Uncle ' tthen. 'Mat de man who got hts wealth by runnln a crooked policy game Is de one dats most anxious to put on airs about how much money he's ot.w FIRE DEPARTMENT MAKES A QUICK RUN. The fire department was called to the home ot W. J. Lewis on East Washington street Sunday afternoon where a fire had started in the kitchen caused by sparks from the flue. The flames were extinguished before any considerable amount of damage was done. The fire department made a Phone 55 Fairmeunt, Indiana A $tha at Fire, Miss Clara Fish has been hired to I. SPECI AL SALE! Worsted sSta $30.00 035.00 All Pure Wool n (fTfti Suito 022.SO and SJAl'W $50.00 Pure Worotcd Oo (ffh Suito 034.00 and..... y&&ViJ) Thes prices &re below wholet&l in order lo dote out thort end, and are atl year around Wootens; are mai! ttrktly to yout mcature and carry our guar antee to fit and to be pure wool and perfect in every way v niliWo Bffca., off coisifcs "Ignorance should a-balt In that , record in the promptness with which neighborhood. comments a shameless , they responded to the alarm. Mrs. J. R, Busing has received, word that her sister, Mrs. Greenfield Raush, who lives at Greenfield, Mich., is quite ill, but at last reports was some better. We Do Custom Butchering Get Our Prices. They Are Right. Fresh Meats and Pure Lard. Community Meat Market punster. Boston Transcript. Tea Return Ot4 Pn4. tt ts said that full-grown toads always return to the pond where they were hatehed to mate and to lay their eggs, All Along the Line, No doubt the millionaires also be-tleve that they are oppressed by the multl-wllllonatrea. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huston, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor and Mrs. Effie Kimes and daughter Martelle were in I Marion last evening to hear Dr. Lyall ' Rader at the First Baptist church. .

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