The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on March 16, 1922 · Page 4
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March 16, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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toe faza&ij1.nt .;is.rvL Mrs. Evan Jones is very ill. February 28 was the 125th anniversary of the birth of Mary Lyon, founder of Mt. Holyoke College. And pirmni ing worship at 10:30, Junior League meets at 2:30 and the Epworth League at 6, evening worship at 7, midweek prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:15 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school, 9:30. Communion, 10:30. Prayer service, Wednesday evening 7:30. Preaching both morning and evening. Morning! Is there a God? FRESHMAN CONTEST AT FRIENDS CHURCH. The freshman contest will be held at the Friends church, Friday night, at 8 o'clock, March 17, 1922. The following program will be given: March Alkahest, Holmes Academy orchestra. Invocation Rev. F. B. Rhodes. June Roses, Barnard Academy orchestra. The Little Newsman Mildred Way-mire. The Effectural Fervent Prayer Eva Hursh. How Dot Heard the Messiah Ber- S nummer Mrs. James Hill is seriously ill. Mrs. N. A. Wilson was in Marion Thursday. Wilbur Ellinjrwood spent last Sun day with Alva Corwin. Mrs. William McCormick is re- cuperating after a week's illness. Glenn Carter of Warren is visiting relatives and friends in Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osgood are moving from Marion into property on South Mill street. The eighth grade pupils of Summit-ville school take their first county examinations Saturday. Mrs. Gretehen Thomas Parker of i , Dress Goods Coming Every Day. Always something new to show you at Marion was the guest of Charles Par- i East Washington street for her son ker and family S.unday. I Jack, honoring his 11th birthday an- jnivevs'iry. The hours, which were Arthur Ellis will come from Phila- J from four to six, were spent most de-delphia to spend the week end with ' iightfuiiy at both outdoor and indoor his sister, Mrs. Wayne Fowler and ean;es, including boxing, ball and con The Bee Hive Cash Store We Are Showing All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Evening The Bible, God's Word. H. CLAY BOYTS, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday schol, 9:15 a. m. Morning service, 10:30 a. m Sermon by Re.'. S A. Smith of Hn;v-viJle, Ind. 1 Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7: 30 p. m. Ser p-cn by Rev. S. A Smith. W. I. McKinley, Chairman Pulpit Committee. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Younpi People's meeting, 7 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject By your fruits ye are known. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching service, 10:30 a. m. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate department, 4 p. m. Young People's Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. Q FOR RENT 40-acre farm, about 3,& miles east of Fairmount. Phone 163 or 151. Ed M. Hollingsworth, Executor. 93 Ed McCIure The Former Marion Councilman for Commissioner from the 2nd District Republi can Ticket. hice Robertson. Pro and Con Milton Jefferies. Memories of Stephen Fosters Academy orchestra. t Class Song Freshman class. Decision of Judges. Benediction Rev. Purviance. Mr. and Mrs. L. Carey of Akron, O., were called to Fairmount on account of the death of the latter's mother, Mrs. James Templeton. Samuel Fritz, a retired blacksmith, celebrated hiss 80th birthday anniver sary Wednesday. Mr. Fritz, notwith- 1 standing his advanced age is hale and hearty. SUNDAY SERVICES WESLEYAN CHURCH Revival services will continue over the Sabbath, and probably a week longier. The attendance and interest has been fair, and a few have sought the Lord; but we are not satisfied, nor can we be until the response is general and deeper. "Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by?" Evangelist Harry Hays will assume the conduct of the services tonight and will continue with us. Come and near njm Sunday. Note the order of services Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 2 p. m. and at 7:15. All who are interested are invited to join in a general effort for a great work of divine grace. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. M. E. CHURCH All services will be at the regular hours, Sunday school at 9:30, morn- Cecil Doherty and family are moving from North Barclay street to Marion where Mr. Doherty has employ- merit. XFiss Ruth Relfe of Indianapolis was called home on account of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. James Templeton. Miss Cornelia McCombs entertained at dinner Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon, Ray Moon, Lova Moon and Martha May Hasty. MRS. LEMIXG GIVES PARTY FOR SON JACK Mrs. Bertha Leming gave a party Wednesday afternoon at her home on tests. Covers were laid for twelve, the guests including Jack's teacher, Miss Georgia Richardson and the fol lowing school mates: Doight Riggs, John Marcus Gaddis, J. Harmon Bul-ler, Russell Brown, O. M. Bevington, Benjamin Babb, Howard Wilson, Carl Pace, James Weaver, Imogene Laffler and Dorothy Winslow. A large birthday cake graced the table and eleven candles were lighted for each year of Jack's life. The twelfth candle was lighted for the additional guest and as each guest blew out a candle, a i . - , !n?h was sent up for the future ot .their young host. In addition to the , 6 , . . jcaKe' oiner re'" j FORMER FAIRMOUNT ; WOMAN ENDS LIFE Mrs. Josie Williams, G2 years old, a former resident of Fairmount, who made her home with Mr. and Mrs. ieo ijaie, commiueu suitiuc omuiuaj at the Gale home at Shelby, Mich., by drinking three ounces of carbolic , acid, according to word which reach- ! nere Honda v. No reason has been j aligned for her act, Mr. and Mrs. ' Qae accompanied the body to Alex- ' arArin wJiptp funeral services and, j burial were made. I Mrs. Williams, who was well known . here, resided with her aunt, Mrs. ' Gale, while the Gale family lived on . the Stuckey and Luther farms near ' Fairmount. She has been in poor j ' . ... i - . :i . nealtn lor some time. ure wiiiuj j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gale. , I husband. James Watt, who was taken to Ma- j rion for treatment after a severe illness, is improving nicely and is able to be out. Miss Adeline Woollen was called from Indianapolis to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. James Templeton. Mrs. Luella Mittank, who has been making; an extended visit in Pasadena, - v.t-vvio .vr ?i.ib "vine una v:rr.. ov -ii i , , , r-oi v - , i (a!., and rsew Cassel, Colo., arriving iin Fairmount some time in April. Mrs. Elmina Luse was pleasantly surprised Monday evening by quite a 'number of her friends and neighbors I who gathered at her home to help her i celebrate her 76th birthday anniver sary. Charles Leer, living in Green town- j ship, will erect a modern new dwell- j ing to take the place of the one which was destroyed by fire two years ago, i during the coming summer, and has awarded the contract to Lon Lime and Otto Wells of this city. The 73rd anniversary of the birth of Mrs. Elizabeth Zeek was very pleasantly celebrated when her chil - ! dre-n gathered at her home and from ' ,i n ,i i , , wen nnea rasKeis spread a most oe- Byron Traster, who was in Kokomo for a week on business, has returned home. James, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hort Ribble, who was very ill, is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hand, who have resided in Fairmount for two years, have moved to Marion where Mr. Hand has employment. Tanlac is well advertised, but advertising alone could not have produced Tanlac? popularity. It has to have merit. H. W. Hahne. j I? your liver out of order? Do you I suffer from biliousness, headaches, .constipation? If so, Tanlac is what vou need. H. W. Hahne. Word has been received here that Mr. James E. Howard, who was taken ' to a Kokomo hospital about- a month : ajro, remains in a very serious condi-i tion. j Miss Ella Winslow has been taken i to a hospital in Columbus, O., for an operation? or goitre. She was ac- companied by her brother, Clint Wins-! low. The members of the Congregation- ' al church will enjoy a supper in the i dining room of the church Friday evening. The afTair will he in the nature of a St. Patrick's Day party. j Mrs. Ella Patterson was in Marion Wednesday evening to witness the jplay "Along Came Jack," put on by ' the Junior Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Patter- son's grandson, Joseph Hut chins, was i a member of the cast, taking the part of the hero's brother, the play being put on in a manner befitting profes sionals rather than amateurs. Mrs. James Templeton, 59, passed away Monday noon at the Grant Fresh Fish Fig Bars, special .........20c Ginger Snaps, 2 lbs ....25c Graham Crackers, per lb... 15c Flour $1.00 5 lb sack Graham Flomr 35c Green Onions, 3 bunches. . .10c Radishes, 3 banches 10c Joe Shane's tender lettace. .22e Celery, ...... 10H and 15c Toa need mot fear At baying roar seed here, Aa we do not carry anything over. hcious feast. Mrs. Zeek was greatly moved to Shelby about a year ago. surprised as the plans of the dinner j party had been kept secret. j CARD OV THANKS We wish to return our heartfelt Mrs. F.allie Heaston entertained at thanks to the friends and members of dinner Wednesday complimentary to . the Christian church for their sym-Mrs. Paul Wolf and son Billie who pathy and kindness at the funeral of are visiting here from Morristown. our aunt, Mrs. Josie Williams. We Those who enjoyed the dinner and day with also to extend thanks to the with Mrs. Heaston were Mrs. David singers, Frank Goodail and Miss Nell Jones. Bamaby Bogue, Mrs. Will Jenkins and for the beautiful floral Jones and daughter Leanore and the emblems. Best Grade of French Gingham With Permanent Organdies to Match ALWAYS THE NEWEST AND BEST Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store Parisiana and Bon-Ton Corsets $2- 0 to $40.00 Suits M?. to your individual me.' - ire. Our guarantee of q Oity and price protect our customers. Ore- nowforlEaster. RIBBLE BROS. (of course ; tszssssa row Rev. II. Clay Boyts has returned from a short visit to Edna Green. honor guests. A. Victor The Amonr.a Girls of the Baptist county hospital, following an opera-ehurch will meet Friday evening with tion performed some time ago. The Miss Bobbie Weyier. body was brought to the South Mill ". street residence in this city and from If you are feeling badly, put your ' there taken to Wabash where the troubles away by taking Tanlac. H. funeral was held Wednesday after-W. Hahne. . noon. Burial was made at Wabash. ; Announces We Lead The ProceFs'on! Quality Groceries At Money Sarin g Price () That all the foreign owned stock in the Citizens State Bank has been purchased by him, again giving him the controlling interest in this Banking institution, and of which he now assumes personal and active management, assisted by an able Board of Directors, to be announced later. 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