The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on February 2, 1922 · Page 3
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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, February 2, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter J 'Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey visited ; the latter's brother. Mr. and Mrs. j Matt Allen of Summitville last Sun-jday afternoon. POINT ISABEL Combined Meeting The Fowlerton Missionary Society and W. C. T. U. held a joint meeting FOR SALE at Mr. Arthur Winslow, Mrs. Denny at Mr. Arthur W inslow, Mrs. Denny Mrs. Doc. Horine passed away at the home of Mrs. Jennie Crawford, OH, LISTEN! Doggoned good coal. It's Blue Jacket. C. C. Brown. her home Sundav. Death being due : mslow, Mr. W. R. Harvey and Mr. j Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lennie to cancer, ftom "which she had been , and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley were Marion Dickerson had charge of the temper-fuflVring for a long time. She is i visitors last Monday. !ance part of the program. Mrs. survived by the husband and three! Mr. A, E. Ratliff visited Rev. John Susan Norton read a scripture lesson children. The funeral was conducted ; Kittrell, who is seriously ill at a hos-1 from Luke using the 10th chapter. FOR S.ALE One wood sawing outfit; complete, engine and saw. M. K. Voorhis. a: Knox Chapel Uhurch Tuesday i pnai in ivoKomo last inursaay. Mrs. Maude t-iirry lead in prayer. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical fan's 'AsToa Mrs. n,verett uonerty ana son lucn- i Mrs. Adaline Atkinson gave a .read-ard of Chicago, are visiting at the ing entitled "Looking for the Master," home of Mrs. Etta Doherty. (which was well received. Rev. Mey Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mart of Marion. 1 r cave a talk nn "India's Needs " r.orning at 10 o'clock and burial in Knox Chapel cemetery. Mrs. Margaret Seward has been ill for some time with the gripp. noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Leach and family. Mr. and Mrs. S; D. Key were called to the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Mary James, who is seriously ill at her home in Muncie, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thorn and daughter of Gaston, and Mrs. Elza-beth Thorn were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partridge Sunday. Mrs. Earl Allen has been quite sick this week with diphtheria, she is reported as getting along nicely now. her son, Geprgp, has almost recovered from the same disease. Jim Leach returned home Saturday from East Lansing, Mich., where he has been attending the S.tate college. He having decided not to attend the spring term of school. Wm. Jarvis and Arthur Tusing were Monday night guests of N. L. Ford and family. Trustee Well 5 was a business caller in Fowlerton Tuesdav. FAIRMOUNT FLOUR wholesale at the mill door. Fairmount Flour Mills.-- were guests for dinner Wednesday at j Mrs. Atkinson read a leaflet on "The Carl Hamilton s children are re-1 Little Green Door Closed." Mlrs. ccxering from an attack of Scarlet-j the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White We carry a full line of Clover Seeds at reasonable prices. A. A. Ulery & Co. ema. ey. 1 Bessie ismitn also reaa a leanet on Miss Edith Fleener ard Lowell j Mr. Ed Kimes had a sale of person- Missions. About twenty-two mem-Cochran visited Mr. and Mrs. Sher-Ul property at his residence Wednes- bers were present, man Hipes and family Sunday j Death of Little Girl Doris, the little four and a half II noon. Mr. Waymire ofKlwood spent last Saturday nicht aiK Sunday as the guest of William Fleener and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hires end HACKLEMAN I yr old daughter of Mr. Harry Win- JJ jj an, passed away at 6:30 o clock rri- FOR SALE For Rent, For Sale, No Hunting cards for sale at The News office. FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping. Call News office. ; dav morninfir. atter a tew days illness children and Mrs. Minna Delaney vis- E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office Jiocra: to 31 .30 v m.; 1 to I A birthday dinner was enjoyed at; with nneumonia. Funeral services Miss Cammella Dickerson was a r t .J? " xr" tf; l,;'the home of Mrs- E-erett Martin last; wore held Saturday afternoon at 1 :30 j week-end guest of Ellabelle Winan "71 VC: I sundr y Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kimes, o'clock at the Fowlerton M. F. church Miss Rhoda Helms is auite sick this oeen quue in suuenng nu u:.i, an(i Trs. Jamp Sheedv. Mr. and I with nav Meyers m charge. ; week and unable to be in school. and heart trouble. fMrs. Mark Powers. Mr. ani Mrs. Lee ! Rnrial was made inPark cemetery at WANTED WANTED TO HEAR All the latest news. Apply The News office or 'phone 265. Miss Naomi Deeren spent Tuesday with !M!rs. Oren Kirkwood. Mrs. John Haisley is quite ill with tonsilitis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mahoney entertained at dinner Thursday Jan. 26, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Duling, Mrs. Emma Nose and Mrs, Caroline Dul- m 1 W f wm Qlvnsn'a on1 1 Collins and children, Mr. and Mrs. t Fairmount. Little Doris death oc- fs 7i Austin Yale and baby, Walter Kim- i cured just one year and two weeks to RIGDON jj ; brouph and Rev. Sleeth. i the day after her mother's. .Mrs. ij " jj i Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson and j Winan having preceeded her in death : children spent Sunday with Mrs. ' on Jan. 13, 1921. Out of town rela-Mrs. Charles McClintock who has . Mary Hilton. j tives and friends who were present been on the sick list is slowly im-' Mr. Charles Leer of Marion spent jn Uie funeral were Mr. and Mrs. proving. 1 Monday afternoon with his mother, 1 John Harvey and Miss Doris King of MISCELLANEOUS DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. at Revival services which have been , Mrs. Mary Leer at the home of Mr. ; Urinn Mr. nnrl Mrs. Walter Harvev ! xr-- 1; . r.,i;.. k;i,. . i j . . ....... - "i " " i 11 i o uiiiic iiu 1 1 ik o kji i vuuoj m progress i ne last iciir weens came : aM Mrs. Aitred Kemmer. cf Upland and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ; niversaries. which both come on that niversanes, TAKEN UP Stray hog. Call San-ford Little, Matthews, zliA 8;5. NEWS WANT ADS. GET RESULTS. to an end Sunday evening. j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carter and two Pearson of Fairmount. date. Mr. Mahoney's family and Mrs. Dul Mr. and Mrs. t'ony rarson. Mr. ana daughters, Mary and Martha. Mr. Joe Mrs. Carl Kilgore. Mrs, Martha Over-, Carter near Marion, Paul Todd and Quarterly Meetitng ing, who have been on the sick list for two or three weeks past, are improv- the Next Saturday and Sunday is PIANO TUNING VOICING ACTION REGULATING second Quarterly meeting services at ( ing slowly and hope to be out again the Fowlerton Ml P. church. Busi- man called on Mr. and Mrs. nijan j iarke McCombs took dinner Sunday Chaplin Sunday afternoon. with Bob Moon and family. A family dinner was given Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peterson and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will J Howard Albert spent Tuesdav with Todd of Radley in honor of Lewis , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson. Day and wife, who are visiting re- j Mrs. Al Glessner and family af latves here. Those present were Mr. ! Maple Run were guests Sunday of and Mrs. John Lawson, Miss Garnet Mr. and Mrs. Eli Edington. AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY-Call at my expense. Phone 2.. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON ness meetinp is announced for Saturday afternon at 2 o'clock. Regular preaching and communion services on Sunday. D- M. HEADRICK Corner South Mill and Adams St. FAIRMOUNT Charges Reasonable Drop a Card and I Will Call. Phone 296. Rev and Mrs. Meyers visited the " Hay. Mr. and Mrs. r.ari uay. Mr. ana Mr. tieorge Kimbrough and son TiHr and mirrhateri Mrs. Edward Day, Mr. and Mrs. Ora j Charles, spent Sunday with the form- 15!!?" htJ?ellZ! VZ soon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lan?sdon. Lee Drawhorn and Gail Smith attended church at Rigdon Sunday nieht. Miss Paul'ne Gibson has been here with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Pearson for a few days. Mrs. Pearson has been ill with tonsilitis. Miss Doris King was a Saturday nirht guest of Ellabelle Winan. Ovid Reeder of ner Jonesboro was a business caller in Fowlerton Thursday of last week. Master Herbert Leach spent Sunday with John Curry. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Cliftie Hughes er's mother, Mrs. Ann Kimbrough. j I ,triWi anftmff the sick folks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence j Miss Pauline Scott of Fairmount ! Jf "iSmftv Mart, Mrs. Isaac Day, Mrs. Loren ' 5prnt Tuesday night with Mary Moon. eijn. L Fo was called to Cooper. ! ATVlva Brown spent a night recent- rf n lcf PriHnv he had Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mallott, Mrs. iy with Elmer Comer and family. if": f c&rX vices on Lavania Bayless of Indianapolis,! Miss Pauline Gibson spent part of SrLx aJ idav On SSda? spent tho week end visiting relatives ! ,t week wHh her sisterf MrsP Ralph fS1 ralfr.mhe.athefun-! Wood and Flo Chiropractors. McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 atJd Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 p. m. day and Saturdaj Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in tire Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS Nearly 2,000 United States marines rial iu .n. Lit nuiiiiv vittc-vi. . . iamiiv were irn'M ounuay i ir. iWoorly. The wedding was especial- are assigned to duty on battleships. Phone 280 8 to 11 a. m. Misses Lenna McClintock, Garnet an,i Mrs. Moscow Hickman of the double lv effective because Fleener, Grace Nicholson, Messrs 4 The farmers' meeting at Center was well attended Tuesday nitrht, rood music was furnihed by the Gibson-Bowman orchestra. Muriel Comer, tIenn fcheedy ana Charley Curless attended church at Center Sunday eveninpv Won! has been received here that Meredith Becknell a former resident of this place, who has been seriously ill is gradually growing weaker. I ring ceremony. j School Notes An average of thirty-five children were out of school the latter part of : last week. Much sickness and diph-i theria scare causing the absent list. Trustee Orville Wells had charge of 'he last three dayss of school. Mr. ' Retz having) sickness in his home was i unable to teach. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES GkANT (By Margaret Taylor) The student council held a meeting Tuesday morning at 10:40. Robert Holling-sworth, president, had charge. The civics class taught by Mrs. Gil-breath, spent Monday morning in Marion visiting many public build- Christian Endeavor i The Christian Endeavor society of the M. P. church of Fowlerton enter tained a number of young people at mgS, including- ine J, w.v . . ThnrsHav feldoute"" l' .ev Ja. 2ti "evening" was The Commercial class members had pleasantly spent in games and con-n,i,v ;V, taken TtieAV for the tests Wlth a ?hort business meeting their picture taken luesda, lor me fiv ow members were members were Arthur Payne is on the sick list. Jim Leach and Russel Underwood spent Saturday night with Victor Payne. Fred Robertson left last week for Franklin, where he will finish his ollece course this spring. 2el!a Lewis is on the sick list. Willie Leach and Wick O. Leach spent Tuesday evening with Ben Un-ierwood and son Basil. Mr. John Worrell of near Danville, Ind., is spendinsr this week with Albert Little and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Payne entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. annual. . '.jj j Light refresh f-l U1W (.rh nr; Miss r.rcw's auuvu i u! j-viv:i. V" 1 VII - uuvi - - during her absence from classes school. Miss Wright was unable to meet her classes the first of the week because of illness. The library staff held a meeting ..,.-,!..- aVtomivMi at 3:10. Mr. ments were served. Those present were Pauline McCoy, Lei a Smith, Russell Wilson. Roda Helms, Stewart Murray, Edyth Murray, Mary Deerin, Gladys Miller. Ben Brewer, Robert Lees Frank Brewer, Ray Jones. Burl Winans, Horace Smith, Clyde Lynch. Chester Smith. Ancil Holloway. Arthur Lynch. Nelson Holloway. Clayton Ford, Francis Murray, Lucille Richards, Lacy Smith, Anna Smith, Opal Key, Pauline Brewer, William H. E. Payne. Berniece Robertson spent mVVit with Dessie Carmony. Sumav 'M-orphet called the meeting and had I cbaree of it. The civics class took part in a debate Wednesdav morning. The question was: "Resolved: That each Zola Little who has had a bad case of tonsilitis is slowly improving. One of the oil lines burst again last week, over near Ed Steelman's V.ome. Mrs. Emma Harison and son Art, . . - ! Kerr. Byron Puling, Vera Jones, Rev. E. L. Severs and Mr. and side won. The judges were Edith Mrs. A. O. Jones, Lilian Rhodes and Frederictri called Monaav cveninp on .-ir. auu . rav; near -Mat- -ru fnr the afnr-' Mrs. Herschcl Kimes of Locals and Personals P. Simons was a Marion visitor j Edwards r , I . K attc . r c-;Vt T- m i Mr." and Mrs. Ralph Johnson "4 T,v's and Arthur Osborn. 'For the Tuesday morning, Mrs.. Eva Partridge called on Mrs. familv spent Sunday with Mr. and Merle Carter. Lillian Mr. and Mrs. Dave Whvbrew and family. Blair and Harold Comer. Mrs. Dwight Osborn has been on ', Cynthia Ice, Monday morning. Mrs. Ice has been very poorly for a num-i ber of weeks but she is thought to be ! much better now. Basil Underwood spent Sunday; BEST PICTURES AT THE ROYAL Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Craw spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. John Himelick. with Art Leach. Berniece Robertson and. Dessie Carmcnv called on Zola Little Sunday. Mr. Emma Harrison called on Mrs. Dwight Osborn Tuesday evening. Large Audience See Presentation of 'Herbert Craw . of -Male and Female-New Electric -fc & of The HttT; Pipe Organ ! ? - -, very ill in the early fall ' and submitted to a surgical operation Two audiences that filled the Royal j VJL f theatre to seating capacity Wednes- gundav dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. LITTLE RIDGE presentation of i C. Curry. dav night saw the Mrs. Myrtle Thorp or nammona. picture Ccil B. DeMilles famous Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the pupils at this place last Sabbath. Prayer meeting was held last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow with E, B. Harvey as leader. " .r- A r -l" The n ctnra is .r ui .Halt: Aiiva a niwiv r- I morning to attend the funeral of her j little neice, Doris Winan, Saturday : afternoon. well worth seeing, and will be repented atrain tonight. However, what etri .1 iVairmount Friends News wishes to especially ?nv church last week and Sabbath, under r-Hasixe is not this particular picture, tie leadership of Rev. Lewis McFar-!,,, f,t that Fairmount has n Misses Noami and Mary Deeren were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dickerson. Mrs. Eva Duling, trained nurse in the Marion hospital is home this week on account of a deep cold on her Have You a Clhildl? Make your son or daughter a partner in this great, growing business by taking out one or more shares of our Preferred Stock in the name of your child. If you buy one share, costing $90.00, arid put the dividends in the bank to draw 4 compound interest, in 15 years your youngster will have $212.20 saved. With 5 shares costing $450, there would be $1061.00, and with 10 shares costing $900,, there would be $21 2.00 in 15 years. " well land of High Point, JS. 'n?tnT tlav house now that Mrs, Russell Harvey, who has Pen, - , . s a in lil for several weeks with rheumatism conducted, ana wn.c. ... lutip-s which was bordering on pneu monia. She hopes to be able to return to her work by the first of next week. Mrs. Lennie Havden. who has been ouite ill for more than two weeks is James, the little son of Mr. and tjmes the best to be had from the Mrs, A. B. Brewer who has .n 'moiion picture field. Since purchas-quite ill with bronchial pneumonia is,ouon vs ajro Mr. much improved at this writing. ,ng the theatre a few weeks go Mr. Class No. I, f Little Ridge S. S., I Ferguson and his son have complete-taught by Mr. E. B. Harvey was en-!y renovated the house, made many tertained last Wednesday tj material improvements, and this wvek tJ:'JLJhW installed an electric pipe organ ltd 7 m - - able to sit ud a part of the time. Mrs. Geo. Rogers is slowly recov ering from a deep cold which threat n1 tn turn to nneumonia, one is 1 l . . . . vi j i Trx vft fi oi to be UD a . 1 HT- V-V -v -s n " " n4 the followinn rroeram was rend with piano Player, tnus oemp . . . - confined to their pwrons me hnnw for the past three or . - & , i . ... ,, mnc r. music m narmonv wivn uic . fAnr weeks witn a complication oi picture being shown. As soon as , diseases is thought to oe siowiy r- however his condition re covering. mmiM. tVn new owners exnect to mains serious. m.Vn nther imnrovements. so that Mrs. Earl Duling is quite ill at her home north-eaBt of Fowlerton. with a e-M in the afternoon. Devotional by Rev. Hiram Harvey, an address was given br Rev. Raymond Booth, oastor of the "Friends church in outh Wa-tn c,,,Tent events was given by A. E. Ratliff. a reading was given by Mrs. W. R. Harvey. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. C S. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ware. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Kimes. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow. Mr. and Sirs. E. B, Harrey Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey, Mr. Chser Taylor. Rev. Hiram Harvey, throat affection combined with asth ma which causes her much distress. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kirkwood were Sunday dinner gwests of Mk and Mrs, Wwt Pavrtf. sonth of Fairmount. INFORMATION COUPON (WITHOUT OBLIGATION ) INDIANA GENERAL SERyiCE CO. Please send me illustrated booklet, contain! ne (1) More Information about Preferred Stock. (S) Do-tails of Easy Payment Plan, (3) How. U Jodao an Investment. NAME : : : Miss Lacy Leach is the guest of their house will be second to none. With the local playhouse offering the best screen productions, and under the management of Mr. Ferguson and his son, there is no excuse for any Fairmounter to feel that they must po to Marion to see good pictures. Mr. Ferguson and his family have removed to Fairmount from their former home in Va!pariS nd intend to make themselves really, and truly General Service Company A Business which of Necessity is Pcrcacczt Mr. and Mrs. Creed Yarber at ln- diananolia for a few days this week. artd Iter. Raymond Booth, E. E, Stuc- Wm. Jarvis and Arthur Tusing are here this week from Milford. making key and J. E. Mart ei Marion. Rev. Booth and Mr. tucker remaining arrangements for Mr. and Mrs. Jar- ir back to Fowlerton. ADDRESS -rtr for the evr-'n and attended IS f ' Mr. ard Mrs. John Scott and family services at th rriends church h Fairmount. - "Fairmounters, , ? of near Matthews were Sunday after I

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