The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on March 23, 1922 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, March 23, 1922
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1S3 FACSiOtJNT NEWS FOR SALE An outhouse, to be moved. C P. Ribble. FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Honrs ft to 11:33 a. s. 1 to 5 p. 4 I FOR SALE White Rock eggs for hatching, 75 c for 15; or $4.00 per hundred. Mrs. A. M. Kirkpa trick, Summit ville, Ind., Phone 401. FOR SALE Virginia Crystal Black Ash Coal. Loy & Son. FOR SALE Four burner coal oil cook stove. Apply at The News office. FOR S.ALE Two room house and two lots. See J. W. Smith, East Eighth street. Our Clover seed is tested. Come in and see it. A .A. Ulrey & Co. WANTED WANTED To buy corn. Phone 208. MISCELLANEOUS FOR QUICK AUTO service, long or short drives, see or phone W. G. Moon, 601 South Walnut street, Fairmount. TRACTOR plowing done by the acre. See Stanton Davis. Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in the Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS. Window Glaas ALL SIZES. Bring in your sash and let us do your work. Contract work a specialty. PRICES RIGHT J. A. MAYER Phone 47 or 7 Fowlerton, Ind. iiiiiiiiiiinaiii ilium iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii im iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiijiLiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiin nuiiiiiiiiiiiiii urn ihi SPECIE 1(E R DBS Ruairal Rorte Sdbseriifoeirs Suffer Broken lc in Peculiar Accident. The jnoung son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers met with a painful as well as serious injury while playing! kail on the school ground at the noon hour Thursday. He was in some way tripped hy an older boy who then fell across his legs breaking both bones just above the ankle. Teachers Inst it ate Held on Satarday. The teachers in Fairmount township held their institute at the school building'" here Saturday. Also the eighth grade wrote on final examinations. The teachers preparing their noon, meal in the domestic science room. Personals tnd Locals Miss Mabelle Shaffer will speak on "Home Missions immediately after Sunday school. There will be no preaching service in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Odie Kierstead, who have occupied a part of Mrs. Elita beth Thorn's home for some time, have rented the Mattle Hancock residence and will move as soo as the home can be put in proper condition, a few repairs being necessary. Several younp people who were out Sunday night tell of unusual experience owing to the rain, wind and snow with the extreme darkness, although with pood lights on their machines, it was almost impossible to stay in the roads. One youngr man told of skidding into the fences in spite of all he ceuld do. Miss Pearl Lynch of near Jonesboro visited here Friday evening. John Langsdon has been confined to his home for several days by sickness. Misses .Mtadge and Gail Smith, wh are employed in a pyneral store in Marion, visited their heme here Sat-urdav nicht and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leach from this place and Mr. and Mrs. Elg Leach of Gaston, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leach and family north of town. John and Dora Lee Crecrafl were vreek-end guests of their mother, Mrs. George Bannister, of Fairmount. Carl Hunt of Warren, and Lee Drawhorn of Rigdon, were callers here Sunday. . , Ralph Hornbaker of Hartford City, spent last week with friends here. Misses Ellen and Irene Hancock visited friends here the latter part of the week. Owing to the electric lights going out of commission early in the eve-ninn Sundav, no services were held at the M. P. church as they have no other lighting system. The communitv sale which was held at the D. Nottingham barn ox last Wednesday was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ballard from near Jonesboro were the guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Jennie Crawford, last Thursday. LITTLE RIDGE Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the pulpit last Sabbath. Prayer meeting will be held Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hasty, with Miss Alice Ratliff as leader. St. John 11 chapter will be the subject for the evening lesson. The discussion of Bible study has been very inspiring and helpful. Mr. Denny Winslow who has been ill with the flu for several days and was thought to be recovering nicely, is not so well at this writing. Mrs. Rebecca Mote, who lives with her son, Wm. R. Harvey, has been in poor health for the last week. Ralph, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harvey has been ill with the croup. Mrs, Harvey, who has been ill for several weeks with the rheumatism, improves slowly. Miss Vida Wright, who is attending business college in Marion, was an over Sundav guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C S, Wright. A number from this community attended the session of monthly and quarterly meetings held at the Friends church in Fairmount last week. A report was given here last F.abbath morning by the delegates, Mrs. W. R. Harvey and J. B. White-ley. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith of Sum-mitville, visited the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley last Sabbath afternoon. Much interest is manifested in this community at the present time, setting incubators, hundreds of ergs have already been put into incubators. Mr. A. E. Ratliff and daughters the Misses Alice and Pauline have ordered tSOO Rhode Island Reds, while his sen Willis has purchased 600 yellow Leghorns. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright visited the latter parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Covalt Monday. .MV; J. B. Whiteley drove to Marion Wednesday and took the following ladies who attended the county spriti institute of the W. C T. U. held in Central Christian church: Mrs. Etta Dohertv. Mrs. W. W. Ware, and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley. RIGDON NEIGHBORHOOD We have completed an arrangement with The Muncie Star whereby we can offer that paper to our rural route subscribers in connection with our own at a very advantageous rate. We do not need to tell you about The Star. Most of you are familiar with it It contains all of the general news that anyone needs, as well as news of local interest. Its market and financial page is surpassed by few papers Changing conditions have made it possible for The Star to reduce its price to $4.00. FOR SALE It lead in War, It leads in Peace, It's name is Blue Jacket Coat. C C Brown. Fairmount Flour wholesale price at the mill door. We guarantee it. Fairmount Flour Mill. FOR SALE Two Hereford bulls. M. K. Vorhis, Fairmount. FOR SALE Marion fence, right. Oscar Loy & Son. Price FOR SALE Male Duroc hog. Ever ! ette Covalt, Phone Black 52. FOR BARRED WHITE or Patridge Rock Cockrels or eggs call Black 2734. Car load of Borderland egg coal for ranges, free from soot. A. A. Ulrey & Co. jimimi msnuini lniiiiiiini 1 1 1 n urn r : as t 3 m Bk m m m m m m m m m. - m 1 - : r t Fa Foir MSsses Elsie Lees and Gail Smith called on Miss Lacy Leach Tuesday evening. Miss Leach has been con fined to her home several days caused by having a tooth pulled which had been giving her much trouble. Ray Langsdon and Holland Notting ham were Marion visitors Thursday, Mrs. Dallas Atkinson called Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Caskey where they made but ton holes and sewed buttons on par ments for needy children in the community. Mrs. Clvde Caskev visited at the I home of Mrs. Elitabeth Thorn and Clara Kierstead Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C R. Partridge and sens, Myron and Frank, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers. Owing to the inclemency of the weather only ninety-five were pres ent at thi M. P. church Sunday school, there being 239 enrollment of which the greater part iajin regular attend ance. Raj- Jones, son of Mr. and MYs. Art Jones, is on the sick list- Rar Lanirsdon and Sherry Smith jwere Fairmount visitors Tuesday. Mvron and Frank Partridge- called on John Langsdon Saturday, who has been confined to his home by sickness. Mrs. Will Murray called on Mrs. DallfS Atkinson Friday afternoon. Miss Gail Smith was a Rigdon caller Sunday eveningv ' Mrs. George Ailes visited school 'Saturday. i Thelma Corn visited Louisa Leach Tuesday evening returning to scnool Wednesday morning. Mrs. Ann Hayden, Myrtle Roberts, and Lenna Hayden, visited school Wednesday evening. Clifford Carpenter of Anderson, was the week end guest of his sister, Mrs. Dallas Atkinson. - Cornelia Dickerson was a Fowler-ton visitor Wednesday evening. Amos McCoy is recovering from quite a severe attack of influena. O. C Atkinson and wife of Fair-mount were Fowlerton callers Fri-dav. at the home of his son, Dallas Atkinson. Rev. Everette Mills, local pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist church will nreach Sunday night at 7:30. Every body welcome. t?th Ellen Starr, little niece of I Adaline Atkinson, was taken from her home at Anderson to Marion Thursday for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. The operation which was performed by Dr. Braunlin proved successful. Mr. and Mrs. William Murray entertained at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Murray and Mrs. Flora Havens. Rev. Elmer Mevers and wife. Mrs. Edith Caskey and Elitabeth Thorn were shopping in Fairmount Saturday. Jones, who is seriously ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Electa Davis. Miss Fern Titus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Titus, was married last Monday to Dale Dickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dickey. Mrs. Blanche Horine who has been visiting Mrs. Kate Day has returned home. Miss Lois Leachman, Russell Brown, Lowell Coahran spent Sunday afternoon visiting Miss Edith Fleener. Carl Kiltore of this vicinity was taken to Marion one day last week wftere an operation was performed upon his nose and head. Mr. and Mfrs. Pony Parson spent Sunday vistingi Mr. and Mr. Guy Bavless. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dye and family called on William Miller and family Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Elster Hiatt is on the sick list. Lawrence McTurnan of Indianapolis, spent the week end visiting his mother, Mrs. Judith McTuman. An informal reception will be given in honor of new members of the church Wednesday evening. Some one from El wood will be the speaker of the evening. Ice cream and cake will be served. Mrs. Gertrude Hill is sewing for Mrs. Pearl McCaskey this week. GRANT Fred Golloday's family has been on j the sick list for several days. ' Gordon Rhoads, who is workinp for ; James Payne, went home sick Tuesday. j Palmer Talmadge, who has had .scarlet fever, is not so well at this writ inn j Mrs. Dessie Roberta has returned , from Corning. O., where she has been vtsiung her sister. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brewer and son called on Albert Little and family Sunday afternoon, Mrs. William A. Lewis is on tle sick list this week. Miss Zola Little remains ill at her home Mr. and VI s. James Payne called on George Robertson and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Wood called on Bert Little and family Monday evening. Lowell Wood has scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Spence ,who were married last Saturday evening, have moved to . the George Crabb place. LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postnfflce as advertised on March 21, 1922, which if not called for in two weeks Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical South Side Square Marion E. B. COUCH DENTIST i Rooms over Hahne Drug Store -Office hours: 8 to 11:39 a. m., 1 to 5 It always pays to advertise in The Fairmount News. SB 5 1 2-5 "-. ' ".v f ?7 f -z u WW Ma X W BB J B a m 3 Z I 4 NEWS J TEne Rfl&HEacie Star ) one year AND FaEMOflHiait News) Former price oE the too $7.00 You Save $2.50 This special rate applies only to rural route subscribers. The regular rate of The Star on rural routes is now $4.00, a reduction of $1.00, so that you can secure both papers for less than the former price of The Star alone. Really, you cannot afford to do without a good daily newspaper in your home, in addition to your local weekly. Seed 04.50 at subscription for once or a year's The TJoccie Star And- irmoiuiinit News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day and daughter. Bess, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stookey and family. Mr. John Titus who has been very ill remains in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Dalphne Dickey and eon, Herbert, took Sunday dinner with Mr. and" Mrs. Thurla Markle. Clifford Heater who was very ill the latter part of the week is slowly improving. Mrs. Charles McGLntoci is in El- mmnA tn m fan tav -iattaa tit IxV- will be sen, to the dead letter office: Walter Dortoru Jess Jordan. W. P. VAN ARSDALL. P. It. IIMOtl !"n!::ii!iinii!!II!IISu"'an dfi" .UJH u..L. SJ care of her mother, Mrs. ITary UtUiMlmiMUMMI I

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