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February 6, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS mass TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY J For the Next 60 EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS IN FAIRMOUNT A DECADE AGO AS TOLD BY THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS, AND GLEANED FROM THE FILES OF THE PAPER FOR PRESENT DAY REMINISCENT READERS. Days ( 1 re a i Ml And Theatre Tickel j The township trustees of the court-1 I ty held a meeting and discussed plans j YOU'LL WANT to HEAR THE NEW PIPE ORGAN i for this year. It was decided to in-jvite the next meeting of all the trustees in thiss congjresional district with-lin the next two months. This meet- You will perhaps be more in need of rubber footwear than you have any time during the winter. We have a complete assortment for Ladies, Men's, Boys, Girl's and Children, in Gum Boots, Arctics, Alaskas and Sandals All first quality merchandise. j ing will be a two days session, and j will be of interest to the whole city j i j : - a ri ! A. W. Kelsay returned Wednesday from Martinsville, Ind., where he has ! been taking treatment for a couple of ; weeks for rheumatism. f Both Nos. 1 and 4 factories of the Fairmount glass works closed down Tuesday on account of a shortage of gas. No. 4 resumes Wednesday night. The funeral service of Erny Michaels was held at 10:30 Wednesday morning at the M. E. church. Interment was held in Park Cemetery. r j ami purmunumwr country, x lujst present were Howell of Washington, During the remainder of this week beginning Tuesday morning and ending Saturday night, we will give each day ten tickets of admission to The Royal Theatre with bread purchases. Ten tickets each day will be wrapped in bread one ticket in each of ten loaves, and these loaves put promiscusously in stock. No one can know what loaf contains a ticket but some lucky purchaser will get" a ticket to the Royal Theatre. Betsy Ross and Blue Ribbon Only Taylor of Richland, Leer of Green, Hevmen of Franklin, Haislcy of Lib- berty, Duling of Fairmount, Leonard of Mill, Wharton of Pleasasnt and Eli rvnts of Marion. Marion Tribune. ?l The Bee Hive Cash Store The Young Men's Prayer Band will meet in the K. of P. hall on Sunday, Feb. 9, at 3 o'clock. All men invited to be present. These tickets will be given away with Betsy Ross or Blue Ribbon Bread only, so when making purchase of bread say "Betsy Ross" or "Blue Ribbon." THIS WEEK ONLY FIVE "BREAD" DAYS Our Grocery trade is growing by leaps and bounds. Thu reason for this is that we handle only quality; gods, and our prices ard" always right. Good Goods, Prompt Service and Right Prices, our motto. You will probably need some All Leather Shoes STMR BRAND ! The two young sons of Rev. W. J. 'Seekins, who have been gone since t last April, and whose whereabouts j were unknown, returned to their home in this city a few days since. The publication of portraits of the boys in the National Police Journal re- suited in locating them near Danville, I 111. Thev were working for a farm- Miss Jessie M. Jay and her violin will be here Feb. 20th. Everybody is "3 invitea to attend this concert- i er. They were met at Indianapolis Mts. Lena Holliday is slowly im- by their father and mother, and are proving after a severe illness. now at their home in this city, in gwod 'health and none the worse for their The Mayflower EOPLE P B9K3 Academy gym. long absence. w r Wednesday night, Greentown vs. F. A. Phone 11. Mrs .William Minnick will entertain the mite social of the M. E. church Saturday afternoon. Frank Johnston was given the initiatory depree in the Odd Fellows lodge last Wednesday night. Isaiah Jay returned from Cincin-niati last evening after spending a few days with his family. Bob Lindsay, Prop. Two games OU KNOW The Congregational church extends still a cordial invitation to all services at Mrs. Sallie Hollinsgworth is confined to her bed with illness. the usual hour. Oscar Lowry, Pastor. with an at- ufTerir.g Roy Heck is tack of the fcu. INCOME TAX FACTS Greentown first and second teams j Seale went to Indianapolis at Academy Wednesday night, 7:30 Wednesday afternoon to purchase a p. m. Admission 25 cents. ! complete line of furniture for his Basket ball. Greentown vs. Academy at Academy gym Wednesday, Feb. S. Two games. Charles Keefer and family of Matthews have moved on North Vine street. In making out his income tax return for 1921, the average taxpayer will rind a considerable saving in com- store in Fowlerton, which he will install in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corwin and daughter Elsie spent Sunday with Mrs. Nora Hul-bard, who has been arison with the amount of tax paid Lotta Tirgley for Mr' and Mrs" CorvTm west of town. Attorney Charles T. Parker was in the eutst Mi: every person single or married whose gross income was $5,000 or more. The requirement to file a return of gross income of $5,000 or more regardless of net income is a new provision. Net income is gross income less certain specified deductions for business expenses, losses, bad debts, etc., which are fully explained on the forms. Returns must be filed by married couples whose combined net income for 1921, including that of dependent minor children, equaled or exceeded on the same income for 1920. Mrs. A. W. Shuey has been on the sick list the past week. Marion on business Wednesday. sc-vtra! week?, returned to her home i t Mr. ana Mrs. K. -1 . Lmasey and The exemptions provided by the rev near Lafontaii.e Friday evening. ! family were the Sunday guests of Mr. ; their aTU Irs- Jones; and daughter Audrea : hold this The War Mothers will recu'ar monthly meeting near bwayzee. : Greentown H. S. basket ball team vs. Academy, at Academy gym., Wednesday night. eve- ACADEMY NOTES .......................! ring at the h. rr.e of the War Mother, AdMe Wir.slow on South Main Mrs. James, mother of Mrs. Glenn Henley, remains seriously ill at the I home of her daughter, with no appreciable change in her condition. street. $2,000, or if the combined gross in Miss Clista Smith spent Thursday . in Marion at the Grant County hos-ipital vith her niece Vanessa Payne who is recovering nicely from her op-i eration. come equaled or exceeded $5,000. The period for filing returns is from January 1 to Xlarch 15, 1922. Heavy Ine Lachs Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet Wednesday after Ft. C. Smith has shipped his household effects to the farm which he recently r-.trehaj-e'd rear Mt. Vernon at ' Mr. li'td Mrs. Smith will leave for thc.r new home within the next month. Mr. Smith was formerly proprietor of noon with Mrs. George Shields at her j Rev. j jr. Vinson home on West Washington street. 'have been spending and wife, who the past two daughter, Mrs. months with their I penalties are provid 1 for failure or j "willful refusal" to iz a return on 'time. Forms 1040 A for incomes of $5,000 land less and 1040 for incomes in ex-'cess of $5,000 may be obtained from jthe offices of collectors of internal revenue and branch offices. The tax cn North Main street. a grcvciy Daisy Welbourne in Marion, returned home Friday evening. enue act of 1921 are $1,000 for single persons (the term including widows, widowers, divorcees, and persons separated from husband and wife by mutual agreement), $2,500 for married persons whose net income was $5,000 or less, and $2,000 for married persons whose net income was $5,000 or mn'e, Under the revenue act of 1918 the personal exemption allowed a married person was $2,000, regardless of the amount of net income. The personal exemption allowed a married person applies also to the head of a family, man or woman who supports in one household one or more relatives by blood, marriage, or adoption. The exemptions for dependents a person who receives his chief support from the taxpayer and who is under 18 years of agie or incapable of self-support because mentally or physically defective is increased from $200 to $400. The act requires that a return be filed by every single person whose net income for 1921 was $1,000 or more, every married person whose net income was $2,000 or more, and by Greentown defeated Fairmount ademy at Greentown in an over time game. Will they repeat? Come and see at Academy gym, Wednesday r.icht. V The ladies of the Eastern Star will meet with Mrs. Doitrht Holliday Fri- ! may be paid in full at the time of fling the return, or in four equal installments, due on or before March The Women's Home Missionary sweie-ty of the M. E. church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alice Ri.;v.sty on South Walnut street. In acliiion to the regular program the mite boxes were opened with very grati'yirg results. During a pleasant social hour following the hostess served refreshments. ! 15, June 15, September 15, and Dec day afternoon for the purpose of or- Rev. Frark Boyts is ill and was un- r,-inizing an auxiliary. All Star able to 11 his pulpit at the Christian ladies are urged to be present. church Sunday evenir.p, his congrega- I tion taking this occasion to worship Mrs. Otho Compton was hostess to ember 15. at other churches. Xlonumenta to military heroes are unknown in China. (By Ernest Baker) An excellent literary program was rendered by the Royal Aurora Literary society Friday afternoon. Tiie program, while short, consisted of some interesting numbers. The first number was a saxaphone solo by Dwight Lamm whie'a was given exceptionally well. The second number, which was a debate on the question, "Resolved: That Japanese immigrants should be barred from the United States," proved to be the feature number of the afternoon. The affirmative side which won after an interesting debate, was represented by Everett Richie and Dwight Lamm, while the negative side was represented by Glen Rich and Palmer Little. As usual the Aurora Lights was read, this time by Pauline Elliott, who brought many laughs from the students by some of the jokes. XIr. H. W. Jones took up his duties last Xlonday as instructor in English, bookkeeping and atheltics. XIany Academy students are anticipating attending the Grant county high school basket ball tournament at the high school on Friday and Saturday of this week. A letter has been received from the Chamber of Commerce of Indianapolis stating that they would like to secure a picture of the Academy basket ball team. A picture will be sent to them at once. Xluch interest is being displayed among the students over the Green-town-Academy basket ball game to be played at the Academy gym Wednesday night. XIr. and XIrs. Edward XIatthews of The Women"? Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the Wesleyan church met Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Smith on West Fourth Plymouth Circle of the Congregational church Friday afternoon. There was a very gratifying attendance and XIrs. Ida Relfe, president, had charge of the meeting. The regular order of business was transacted after which ; a social hour ensued and refreshments were served. The marriage of Vera .XL Peiree, daughter of Rev. and XIrs. T. J. Peirce, to Franklin D. Pearee of Oak Park, 111., will take place Feb. 9, at 8 p. m., , Xluncie were guests of XIr. and XIrs. Rufus Green Sunday. street. There was a good attendance ;at the Wesleyan Xlethodist church. and the program was unusually inter- j estir.g. ExccT.ir.t papers were read Atty. O. R. Scott, who has been by XIrs. Vr.Iley, Mrs. C B. Kitterman soriously ill with an attack of flu, and and XIrs. James Stewart giving a re- whose condition Saturday was report-same of the foundation of Christiani- ed very critical with but little hopes ty in Korea and upon Japan's prob- of his recovery, has rallied and seems lems and the solution. j much better today. XIrs. S. P. Roberts, who is engaged in the millinery business in Indianapolis in connection with XIrs. XIayer, has opened up another millinery store in j the traction station which will be known as the Traction Hat Shop. XIrs. Robert's home is in Fairmount, but business interests keep her in the capital city the greater portion of the time. Royal Tliealbre XUSDAY. FEBRUARY, 7th Irene Castle THE invisible bond." Also Pathe Review. SPECIAL SALE! USiKfsa. ..$30.00 $35.00 All Pure Wool tiOEf AiQ Suits $22.50 and .tyAuJUxJ $50.00 Pure Worsted (jQQ TV, A Suits $34.00 and $OO.UU These 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 way. Ribble Bros., of course JUNIOR LEAGUERS ENTERTAIN PARENTS. The Junior League of the M. E. church entertained their parents and the cabinet of the Epworth League in the basement of the church Friday evening. Altogether there were about fifty present to enjoy the hospitality of the young folks. In addition to the program there were tables exhibiting the work of the two classes. Among the numbers on the program were the following: Trombone solo by Philip Taylor, Violin solo, Elmo Summers, Vocal solo, Iva Louise Taylor, Reading by Mary Elizabeth Weiraueh, Reading by Martelle Kimes, Reading by Ruth Bevington, Instrumental music by Esther Campbell and a talk by Mary Brown concerning, the work of the two classes. The evening was a decided success and these young hosts and hostesses as entertainers are to be congratulated. 4 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 9th PV51 NfWnU lhC lrcmendou dventure LrYa MUYalY of a Beautiful Woman and a Dog with two natures, in the frozen North, where the passions of men know no law. "WOLVES OF THE NORTH." Also Century Comedy. Show Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Saturday Matinee 2:30. Every Night 7:00 and 8:30 Where Democracy Took. A "community mind" grows by accretion. The rolling years add each Its portion to a living village spirit. Ten years ago the small town of Itoseoe, 111., put on Its year's program, having been led to It by the nascent Roscoe Improvement association. Since then, except for a brief forced Interval, this village has kept on the job to become a community, spelt large, that Is "a group of people dwelling at one locality and bound together by common Interests. So. without tax or special assessment they laid their own cement walks and crossings by volunteer labor and gifts of cash, installed an electric service on streets and in homes, conducted the Xfay cleanup day and celebrated the glorious Fourth and Memorial day. Chicago Dally News. FAIRMOUNT ACADEMY GYM., Wednesday Mfce, Felbraaury GireeimtoOTii vs Academy I Greentown defeated Fairmount at Greentown, 30-27, in an overtime came. Come, help make it four straight for the MFishtinc Five." Greentown Seconds will a v. m. mmm m m. A be the opposition in a curtain raiser at 7:45. Join the crowd and see a real came. ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. I

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