The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on March 27, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, March 27, 1922
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THE FA-tM'JNT l.'LT. Mrs. Blanche Horine has acceptea Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilson were in Marion Saturday. a position with the Drop Fcrge cj Here is Your Opportunity To Stock Up ptny. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sommers went to Indianapolis today. Summer Dress Virgil Brown, who has been visiting his parents here, has returned to Bloomington. Paul Stephens was in Indianapolis last week to attend the Follies. I for the Season on Oz B. Wilson, of the Bee Hive Cash store, has returned from a brief bus" ness trip to St, Louis. Victor Love was in Marion Saturday for his lesson on the drums. CHICK FEED of latest tomorrow Salesmans sample line furs to be sold today and only. S,ee advertisement. Mrs. Leslie Stout and Mrs. Tamer Brewer spent Saturday in Marion. Goods In Tissues, Organdies, Flaxons, Ginghams, etc. Organdies in all the different shades. And we save you money Mrs. Layton Nolder and daughter Frances were Marion visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux spent Sunday in Alexandria, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bumgartner. We carry a full line of Chick Feed and you will save money by placing your order with us now. PIN HEAD OATS, PER BUSHEL, $3.75 CHICK MASH STARTER. CHICK CHARCOAL, SCRATCH FEED, CRACKED CORN, COARSE OYSTER SHELLS, FINE OYSTER SHELLS, BULK ROLLED OATS. Miss Mary Sample and Martelle Kimes were in Marion Saturday Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Morris and children of Muncie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Morris parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Gift. The condition of Albert Kelsay, who has been very ill, is reported as much retter. Mrs. Grover Radamaker and Miss The Mayflower Receives a Fresh Line of Garden Seeds Each Season. The Mayflower Does Not Carry Seeds Over From Season to Season. D. M. Ferry. Ucanette Jenkins of Marion were i) The Bee Hive Cash Store Sunday guests of Mrs. Isaac Delph and family. Mrs. J. E. Maddock of Peru, spent ! Sunday as the guest of Mrs. Charles Seed Onion Sets, per quart, 10 cents. Potatoes, per bjshel, $1.50. Good Grade Flour, $1.00. FRESH FISH THURSDAY and FRIDAY. Prof. Edgar L. Morphet, principal Haugh See Our All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Miss Velma Briles was in Marion Saturday to take the teachers of the high school, left Saturday for Terre Haute, where he spent the week-end with friends. The Mayflower Miss Dorothy Luther who has been j Phone 11. Bob Lindsay, Prop, 3 Harry Driggs of Richmond spent last Friday with Charles Stephens and family. ! spending three weeks with friends jand relatives in Indianapolis and i Terre Haute, has returned home. Mrs. Mollie Kimes went to Indianapolis Saturday. Dr. E. B. Couch and family were ?44$$$$k$8$ Mrs. Clara Jones of Muncie is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mattie Langsdon. week end guests of friends in Mat- j Charles Naber and family, who have been spending the winter months in St. Petersburg, Fla., are expected to arrive home about the first of April. ROYAL THEATRE pril lSth Rcscoe Kircher will go to Indianapolis this week to attend the Aower show. thews. H. O. Wilson and family of Indianapolis visited O2 B. Wilson and last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Couch and son Billie were guests of Marion friends Sunday. George Barriek and family moved I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gift entertain-to Marion Thursday, the former hav-led at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. K. ir.g employment there. i F.J Morris and children of Muncie, j Pfeul Kelsay of Kansas City, and Mrs. Edith Bevington spent the fir. and Mrs. Glen Gift and son week end in Montpelier, the guest of Bobbie. spending attending Miss Dorothy Luther is two days in Indianapolis the flower show. Tuesday, March 28 violkt riorsox amlSTKWAUT KOMK Two of England's Greatest Stars - IN ' A Ill"lirrll4vr rf XZm, Mrs. Stella Denitz and family of Indianapolis, are visiting, her father, Wesley Watt. ;-V iiW her sister, Mrs. William Sinclair. I Cary Hull, Irvin Hull, Emma Hull, The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dale, who has been seriously ill, is convelescing. Virgil Tetrick and family of Carthage were the over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dare. Mrs. James Belle spent the week : d Mrs. Charles Pierce of Famnount, end with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence j MEP at the fureal t,CheSJter U? Christopher, northeast of Marion. i whkh was held ,a?t Thuda aftr- A Surprising Modern Drama I ALSO SNUB. POLARD. COM Mr. and Mrs. John Borrey have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Will EnJers of Elwood. ana tneir music was mum ap- noon. EDY AND PATHE REVIEW to In- I predated. Summitvllie News. Miss Merle Smith has gone Mrs. Al Dreyer entertained as her Sunday dinner guests. Miss Jessie Wright. Mrs. Effie Kimes and Miss Martelle Kimes. dianapolis for this week-end and while there will attend the Ziecfeld i Workmen are engaged in placing t James Watt, who is seriously ill at new eaves troughs in position around -t Marion, is not improving as rapidly 1 the roof of the high school buildings, ! as has been expected. ' it Veindr necessarv to build scaffoLI- j IV.Mos. - Mrs. Paul Wolf returned to her ' f home in Morristown today after a t wo Mr. Mrs. Louis ITerdov prtrr- frpt above the cund m -is Jessie np.nt ana .urs. tnav- ta:- Mr. sn.l Mr? Cmo Ram". -V in- forty weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. David Jones and other relatives. order to do the work. les Haugh spent Saturday afternoon and evening in Marion. ard sons Jessie, Glen and Chester at dinner Thursdav. Thursday. March 30 ( T(iLAS Mai-LKAX IN "The Home Stretch' He breaks all rec - Is both on race track and lai. Pepi-est and funniest of 'em all. Also Sennett Comedy "HACK TO THE KITCHEN" the For the high school play at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downing en- T ! aud'.tovium Friday r.ight there will i be nine lows of seats reserved: Misses Mary Armeld, Jennie Mono-han and Inez Albertson were Marion visitors Saturday afternoon. tortained as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Conway of S.vayzee, and Will Karwin and wife of Marion. - j Miss Li'lie Hinds, teacher in the r-'i th building of the public schools, i wer.t to Wilmington Saturday to 1 spend the wec-k end. i and the tickets will be on sale all I week. Genral admission will be 15 certs and 25 cents; reserved seats. "25 cents and 35 cents. S,ee elcganl line of salesman's furs on display at MVs. Ella Buchtel's Hat Shop today and tomorrow only. O. R. Scott r-nd familv will take $25.00 to' $40.00 Suits Made to your individual iYieasjre. Our guarantee of cuality and price protect? o"r e u ? t o m c r s . O rder c-vf orl V"a? ier. RISDLE BROS. Miss Mary Puiiance, who is a student in Franklin college, is at home now for the spring vacation. She and her mother will spend tomorrow with friends in Marion. n of the residence on South -ti-tet ovnevi bv Charles Par- ' jossess: ' Wr.Vv.t : Friday, March 3 1 The Hig Drama of the Hour Clinton W mslow returnetl aturia ' Trom Columbus, O., where he accom- i John Rybolt, well known citizen of Pt. Isabel, who has been seriously ill ; ker. the f.rst part of April. rnr.ied his sister. : . .... i . . j. i:i . 1 i I "Keep to the Right" 10 submitted to an operation W,v-d fr-v-n Mi-s. M. H. Cox at Man vie, states that her daughter, Mrs. sroitr about two weeks ago. Miss. Mrs. Amrie Cuvless has returned to I-a Dean, is no better and no hope ; Winslow is improving satisfactorily ; hc? j,!m? in S,way?.ee after a visit ('of course Starring Edith Taliaperro with All Star Cast Also Ben Turpin Comedy ir.d expects to rctum home soon. for her recoverv is entertained. with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curless. ?2S0 GIVEN AS TITHES AT M. E. CHURCH SUNDAY Notwithstanding the inclement weather, a splendid audience gathered Sunday morning at the M. E. church to observe Tithing Day, a day set apart by the M. E. church for tithing mimoses. each member beiner asked nes Stricler, of Richland town- i Almost the entire membership was j Mr? John Punn who hag lwn th? r-i-eser.t at the Phi Delia Kappa dance f . Utpr. r,c TIpnrv TT-hn. - ....... - PEOPLE their club rooms Thursday riven m , . , r. has returned to her home in Columbus, O. shin, candidate for nomination for , county commissioner for the frst dis-; trict, was in Fairmount Saturday greeting friends and looking after his political interests. T r , evening. A number of out of town euests were also there and altogether 30 couples enjoyed one of the pleas- Saturday Morning, 10;30 o'clock Big Vegetable Show Good feature and Sennett Comedy. See other add. the to bring one-tenth of the income for ? the month of March on this day. ; i Sunday school and church services j T were combined and the pastor gave a short talk on the subject of tithes af- ter which slips were passed through the audience. The members p;- -.on' antest evenings ever given by local chapter. Jacob Miller of Pueblo, Colo., and Miss Florence Miller of Marion are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curless today. 1 . 1 " Trlri tvoirxv.-! lo- then arose and marched forward and Jchn Lir.dscy.and wife went to In- ter from h-r daughter. Miss Estella ij.r.apo!is Saturday. Jenkins, v.hich stated that on March 10. at 3 a. ni., Portersville, where Miss Leonard Zvlortgcmeiv went to In- -T nkins is living, experienced an ",:?napoii5 Sunday an I will attend the earthquake shixrk which lasted one Ccwer shew this wees:. m'r.ute. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Covalt, who submitted to an operation two weeks ago, is improving slowly. laid their tithes on the alter, and it was found that instead of $20.00, the L. M. Buller has been appointed by J. W. Relfe, township assessor, as one of the appraisers of real estate within the corporate limits of the town, to succeed Victor A. Selby, resigned. The appointment was made on recommendation of the town board. usual ccr.'r 'bunion cr. a rainy tithing 4 day, there had been turned in mon Paul Kelsay of Kansas City, was than $280. 'called to Fairmount last week bv the MYss Marie Cassell. pastor of the ' serjous illness of his father Albert E. J. RITCHIE Saturday Matinc c and Night Hntire Change of Program WILLIAM S. II ART IN O'AlalleyS Mounted One of those big northwestern's that you can't resist with a big Star. Also Mack Sennett Comedy "LADIES TAILOR" Friends clvi'-ch at Cer.terville, and j Kelsay. lauch'er of Mrs. Susan Casse of WINS FIRST HONORS The first honors in the Academy dis $10,000 STOCK OF cussion league contest held Friday afternoon were won by Everett J. Miss Dorothy Dyson, who was out of school last week on account of illness, returned this morning to Marion college. Ritchie. Mr. Ritchie's subject was his place, submitted to an operation Saturday riming for v appendicitis. T.e operation was perloimed at Rord Memorial hospital in Pichmond al:d Miss Cassell is repotted as getting along nicely. Rev. and Mrs. J. Frank Harbison, "Immigration." Other speakers were Dwig,ht Lanin, Glen Rich and Harold F O'Mara. Judges were Miss RatlitT, Rev. Hillman Carter and wife were called to Benton Harbor, Mich., by the serious illness of a granddaughter and left Monday. Kia ir Spanish instructor, and Miss Dillon, English instructor. Ritchie will represent the Academy in the county inging evangelists, have just closed a suecesstui series w ob1"- contest at the Jonesboro high school 0 meetings in Toluca, 111., and have next Friday. smne to Grafton, W. Va., to fill a sev Mr. and Mrs. fcdgar M. Baldwin c-iertained at dinner Thursday Mr, and Mrs. Marcus Dickey, of near Nas' ville, Brow.l county, Mrj. Will A. t easley and Miss Loreta Rush. eral weeks engagement at that place, CASH or CREDIT New Chevolet Cars The Classic and All-A round Car. See Demonstrator, Sixth and Vine Streets. FRANK MORGAN, Agent after which they will return to their At Less Than Wholesale Prices MONDAY and TUESDAY only, March 27th and 28th. home in Fairmount for a season of rest. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Dickey of Vhvine are visiting Mr. Dickeys - MSss Loreta Rush, who spent the last year traveling through tt t.n-n states and N'jva Scotia in clute of 'he junior worV of the S.Vrfth-niore Chautauq-n company, h te turned home. INITIATION CEREMONY POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 14. All Eastern S,ar members are urged to be present Tuesday night for practice. The initiation ceremonies and the pot luck supper, which ws announced to be given this week has been postponed until Friday, April 14. At that time the Grand Matron will come from Indianapolis and will be a guest of the local lodge. sister, Mrs. Erastus Ballenger and? family, his brother Cassius Dickey and family, and other friends. Mr. Dickey was private secretary for James Whiteomb Riley for a number PIANO TUNING VOICING. ACTION REGULATING D. !M. HEADRICK 410 No. Main St. FAIRMOUNT Charges reasonable Drop a card and I will call, city or country. Phone 229. J. J. Clifford, well known Grant county citizen living west of Fair- ot years and is the author of the Riley " mount, fell and broke his hip one day Memoirs in two volumes, the first jiast week. Owing to his advanced These Furs are all of a sample line of furs from the Fine Fur Co of New York and Baltimore and will be offered at this display at wholesale prices. These furs consist of the newest in Sable, Mink, Hudson Seal, Marten, Kolinsky, Squirrel, FVx and Lynx Coats, Wraps, Capes, Coatees, Stoles, Scarfs Chokers, Etc Don't Miss This Opportunity. It Will Pay You To. Buy Your Furs For Next Fall Now. Your Inspection ts Invited. volume now completed while the sec- ; a?r 85 years, little hope for his re ond volume is yet on the press. covery is entertained. Mrs. Maria Scott has returned Mrs. Myra Baldwin, who writes from Indianapolis where she was jvial stories for the Indianapolis TELEPHONE BUILDING TO BE FINISHED SOON. The new building of the Citizens Telephone company, on West Washington street, commenced last fall and only partially completed, will be completed within a short time, according to the plans of the company, April 1 being the date set for a resumption of activites. The new switchboard will be installed during the summer, and will be completed called by the serious illness of her ,isicW had an interesting article 'ii little grandson, Glenn, Jr., son of Mr. j fhuisday's paper showing a picture and Mrs. Glenn Scott. The little fel!0f the once famous nn known as the E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms oer Hahne Drag Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m 1 to 5 Airplane frames were recently offered for sale as firewood in Cherbourg, the price being less than $1 each. low suffered a severe attack of bron- - Mcnmick tavern which was located chial pneumonia and owing to the on what was known as the oli Firt fact that he was so nesny, tne case,avne road. The building has re- was more difficult to control; but ' cently leen moved from its o.lgiral and ready for operation before the Mrs. Elta Buchtel Mat Shop Nrth Main Street Next door ftoyal Theatre. the physician stated when Mrs. Scott ui't near the Mksi&sinewa rivr t a l central exchange is moved from its left that with care he would now pull point nearer Jonesboro on the Muncie present location in the CitSiens State through. 'pike where it boasts cattle and pLs , bank building - I . ..... - '

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