The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on February 23, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, February 23, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS j O2 Wilson was in Indianapolis Tues-J !ay on business. CI 1 j Mrs. Isaac Day was called to And-j erson Wednesday by the sickness of a relative. To Out Cuistomeirs 31 Ona Miss Addie Leach spent Sunday with her brother Wick Leach living east of town. Alva Demaree, who has been ill for ! some time was able to be out on the "i. streets Wednesday. j Miss Verlie Couch who suffered a j severe attack of diphtheria, is mak-1 ing but slight improvement. I 1 near Mat- Mrs. Tom Couch living ! thews was hte guest of her son Ora ' At greatly reduced prices. All Linen Toweling at 35c, 30c, 25c and 20c per yard. See our All Linen Toweling that we are selling at 20c and 25c yer yard. Linens for Fancy Work 18 in. width round thread bleached Linen, per yard 60c. 20 in. width, round thread bleached Linen, per yard 65c. 36 in. bleached linen at $1.75 and $1.25 per yard. Don't buy your linens until you get our prices. lie Bee Hive Cash Store Don't buy your Shoes until you see the all leather line STAR BRAND Couch and family ednesday. The time for beginning to see about that new Wall Paper is here. If you are interested in new paper this Spring let us show our line to you. We very gladly show our Wall paper at any time. Our prices start at 6c per roll. We have a complete line of Oatmeals, Ingrains and Harmonelas at I2V2C per roll to 25c. Our ideas for your rooms are right. Let us design them for you. Our prices are 50 under last year. Mrs. Claude Jones and daughter Barbara, who have been ill for sever- i al days, are able to be out. 1 Rev. C. B. S.veeneV went to North Manchester Wednesday to attend the district conference of the M. E. church. The W. C. T. U. will meet in regu- I lar session Friday afternoon at the I 1 4? home of Mrs. Will Jones on Henley avenue. The Pioneer Drug Store j Rev. Roland of Anderson was in i to j Fairmount Wednesday calling on the , Mrs. Sallie Favors is confined her home with the influenza. j members of the congregation of the 'E0PLE The Rexall Store Xen H. Edwards, Manager j Baptist church. Waller a f Inrcnn wa tVm r 1 WW ; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler i '0U WGW j Sunday. Frank Self, a former Fairmount man, is lying seriously ill at his home near Albany and no hope is entertained for his recovery. Fid Bertaux is i-1 with torsilitis. ; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Allen of Marion t were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Porter Atkinson. The Kings Heralds of the M. E. church will meet Saturdav afternoon Take ianlac ar.d eat three square mer.! a day. H. W. Hahne. SUNDAY SERVICES ested persons from other churches. I This is heartily appreciated. We see t 'the need of a work of grace in which j minor distinctions will not be noticed. ! General indifference to Christ is ap- God and eternity. Sunday school at the usual hour, followed by preaching of the WTord at 10:30. Evening preaching service at 7. Come and worship with us. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. j John Shields, who has heen con-; with .Mary bJizaoeth eirauch on Mi-s. William McCcrmick is in Ma- to hi? home on South Walnut ' South Walnut street. ru-n today to visit with friends. street by illness, shows some slight J : improvement. i Jay McEvoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. ! palling. Help us stress the truths of CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject: "A Never Failing Bank Account." MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. Mis? Suzanne Barreutt is absent i J. J. McEvoy and a former Fairmount . . 223 Don't blame anybody but yourself young man. has started in business if your nights are made miserable by for himself in Danville, III., as an indigestion. You failed to take Tan- optometrist, lac. H. W. Hahr.e. ! ' T. Hcliir.gswovth o Marion guest of Mrs. Jonas Bates ! m v rnr'urii W; M . .v Healthy Economical Diet Fresh Fish and Eggs were dinar. J Mrs. nr. I Mrs. John Dare u?: Morday of Mr. , Y.'. rc. c W. W . ! The demand for Tanlac has broken ' W. C. Lam and wife returned Tues- ,all world's records. Over Twenty i A11 s?rves wi;i at the re- day from the Lafayette Soldiers i Million bottles have been sold since ! Pu5ar hours. Home where they have been spending, it was placed on the market six ! Sunday school, 0:30. the winter months. - years ago. H. W. Hahne. j Public worship, 10:30. i , j Junior League, 2: 30. Mr. a-.d Mrs. Fred Patterson will Relatives here have received word i Epworth League, 6:00 drive the Fairmount Midgets to Man- cf the critical condition of Eii E. j Evening worship, 7:00 vie in their car where they will play ; Marshall of Marion, well known in; Mid-week prayer meetings Wednes-tho Mur.cie Midgets. Fairmount. who was stricken with j day evening at 7 o'clock. V v Cafe. week Friday and Saturday Eggs ic a jl rarer.: s r.isr Wr.r:xn. paralysis while attending a public Every body cordially invited to all ONLY 2 DOZEN TO A CUSTOMER AT THIS PRICE Tlr. and Mis. Oio Cox of Marion, will spend r.oxt week en 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Porter Atkinson. sale Monday. I these meetings. William Jones, who has been visiting relatives and friends in and arour.d Fairmount, will return to his home in West Milton. O.. today. We are all the time endeavoring to help you cut the H. C. L. Here Are a Few More Quality Prices: 1 Hk ha rvved from the m east of Fail mount to the Wi "vn Car. v f- west cf town. Mrs. Porter Atkinson has received word from her brother Burl Cox. who was taken to the Mayo Brothers hospital at Rochester, Minn., following a three weeks illness, that ho stood the trip fine and was nicely located, although he had not had time to receive an examir.atiem. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 0:15 a. m. Freaehing-,, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band. 3 p. m. Intermeeiiate department, 4 p. m. Senior department, 0 p. m. Preaching service, 7 p. m. REV. S. ADELBERT WOOD. Pastor. Ciint Winslow and William Jones who are visiting here from West Mil-tor.. O.. were in Marion Tuesday night ;o attend a basket ball game at Civic hall. Cream Cheese 30c Evaptratcd Apples, per lb.. 30c Bologna 12'c J;--;;r. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylo-. has Veen very ill at his heme on South Walnut stre-et. Mr. and Mrs. McCiintic of Indian- jjr;! Armour's Oats 10c Peanut Butter, extra 18c Bacon 20c, 30c, and 35c Picnic ham 23c Fancy Dates 22c New Cabbage 7c 2 pkgs Shredded Wheat 25c 10 lb Meal 25c Red Beans, 12 cans $1.00 Peaberry Coffee . . 25c and 35c Armour's Can Cream .... 10c Will Spence living on Sou;h CHURCH. CHRISTIAN ,t Gecrir.g have rose in Chicago after r.d Mr.s Reuben Eib llr. and Mrs. W turned their he: a v:it with Mr. . Fritz. hie1 school, ::oU Minced ham 20c Lettuce 20c 2 pkgs Corn Flakes l.c 5 lb Head Rice 30c 5 Salt Fish 2."c Caned Corn, 10 cans ....1.00 Maccaroni and Spaggetti... 3 for 25c apolis and their niece Miss Josephine Z:ke of Robison. 111., were guests of Rev. G. W. Zike and family and other ' relatives Thursday. Penn street took off a hatch of 2(5 little chickens today, they arriving one day late in the celebration of Washington's birthdav. Thev came. Communion, 10:30 Mid-week prayer service Wednes- I? Alexander Little and wife arrived Wednesday from the Lafayette State Soldiers Heme on a t -r- r i t i , , . however, into an unusuallv warm 1 Miss Pearl Buller, who is employed ' . , , . - ' February, the warmest it is claimed sas bookkeeper at the Citizens States. ... vimiicu ibank, is seriously ill with diphtheria m yeaFS' f"d as ''f a iat the home of her parents, Mr. andper ?reeted ees of chlck fanciers. A TRIAL ORDER WILL day evening. 7 o'clock. Preaching both morning and evening. Subjects Morning: "A Little Farther," Matt 26:39 Evening: "How Shall We Escape if We Neglect so Great a Salvation," Heb. 2:3. H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor. PHONE OR SEND THE CHILDREN. CONVINCE YOU. and i Mrs, Oliver Buller on Jefferson Svcamore streets. C. A. Jones, deputy revenue collect or, will le at the postoffiee in Fair- Tnursdav all day and will ncunt Tit The Mayflower ll meet the people who wish to consult with him retvirdlr.g their income tax reports. WESLEYAN CHURCH Mrs. Charles Petty, who died while visiting her son Ben Petty in Lafayette, was buried Wednesday morning at 10:30 from her home in Jones-boro. Mrs. Petty was proceeded in death by her husband who passed away just four weeks ago. She is a sister-in-law of Henry Petty of Fair-mount and Milton Cox living west of town. Rev. Enos Harvey of Ncblesville, in a letter to The News writes that, being natives of the vicinity of Fair-mount, hs and his wife are always interested in the semi-weekly visits of the Fairmount News. Revival services are beginningi with commendable interest on the Phone 1 1 Bob Lindsay, Prop. part of the church, and many inter- II T A MTU H iim iii!iii??!iiiifiiiiii!:iiiiiiiiiii!iiii!iiiiii:niiiiiiirifiiiiiuiiiim ;iiiiiiiiii3iiniiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiis!iniiiiri Mrs. W. H. Mann and Verlie Mann have returned home after accompan-ing Mrs. Gabrille Havens to Eaton 1 1 til novt- tn Telbax hall was the scene of a mT-t j -llitilllllllill8lilllillilllllliaillillil lllllllllltlllllllllllMlllllllll? -.Illlll I II III II lllll IIHHI 111 11 1 II I IIMIII 1113 1 1 11 IH 1 1 i 1 1 IH1 HI 1 1 II UJ enjoyable dancing party given under ! i . . , , jm . . ,r r;, I the auspices of the Phi Delta Kappa weeks with her daughter Mrs. Davis . K i Kawams fraternity Tuesday evening. Guests Peck. Canity oya Xheare I m Fund Benefit VV - W k 11 Tomato Planter Name price and kind in first letter. Address, BOX 642, ALEXANDRIA. IND. -- W. E. Cehrinjr and wife, of Chicago, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Fritt and Mr. svnd Mrs. Hurley ; Frit this week. J. H. Poof and wife, of Springfield, Mo., are also guests at Fritz homes. were present from Marion, Summit-ville, Richmond, El wood and other places. Some forty-five couples were present to enjoy the music which was given by Doc Peyton's orchestra, each number of which received an encore. The committee who planned and carried out the entertainment received many compliments on the success of the affair. Wednesday and Thursday Nights, March 1 and 2 PRESENTING j PRISCILLA DEAN in jj POINT ISABEL "j SPECIAL SALE! Mr. and Mrs. Pearl MeCjisfcev and $30.00 daughter Harriet Ann have all been sick with the flu for the past few weeks. Dr. C B. Vigus of this place has sold his property here and is planning to move to Swayzee. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Goble and son Lester, Miss Beulah Hamilton and Fern Hamilton spent Sunday as the guests of Mir. and Mrs. Dan Hamilton of Rigdon. Mr. and Mrs. William Fleener. Mrs. .00 $25 $40.00 Pure Worsted Suits.... $35.00 All Pure Wool Suits $22.50 and $50.00 Pure Worsted Suits $34.00 and... .00 $38 Elizabeth Hildreth, Garnet Fleener, John Titus and Ora Fleener took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hipes and family. Mrs. Margaret Seward is quite ill Eugene Hubbard's Screen Adapatation of tbe Great Novel, "False Colors." EE Proceeds from these two nights to be used by Kiwanis as the foundation of a fund EE EE to be used exclusively for community interests. Fairmount needs a big public park, needs EE EE a community house, and has other needs for the advancement of the general community EE EE interests. EE EE Tickets for sale by each member of the Kiwanis club. Proceeds from tickets sold Eg b them go into this fund. Buy your tickets in advance. Tickets good eitehr night 55 If you can't go the first night, tickets will be good the second. You Will Want to See this Great Picture. Comedy H Picture Also. Admission 30c, including the war Tax. f j:::::::::::::!!iiiiiiiiii!!:::i::::!iiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin 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 guarantee to fit and to be pure wool and perfect in every way. Ribble Bros., of course jat the home of her son, Joe Seward 'and family. Miss Beulah Hamilton spent Monday visiting Mrs. Sherman Hipes. i Miss Garnet Fleener, Maggie Hinds 'and Messrs Glen Sheedy and Ora j Fleener attended a lecture course at Elwood last Thursday evening. j READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN

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