The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on March 30, 1922 · Page 3
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Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, March 30, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Alva Thorne near Sum- ly consumed her life until on the af-' FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT ,mix me r ?ird xrTh vaST n" 1, Sn and .son Rr.hi-t and son Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Garner and th?r -"- on and Mrs - n LITTLE RIDGE il Rev. H iram Harvey occupied the puipit ssanoath morning. Prayer meeting was held Wednesday evening instead of Thursday eve ning!, the usual time, at the home of Mr. ana .Mrs. Meredith Wildman with ,!ReT. Hiram Harwv as UHpp , , Miss Mabel Shannon of Jonesboro. formerly a teacher at this place, spent for treat- j menu 1 Clyde Davis was at Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mittank was ! in Marion Saturdav. ' c - n i i j- . , i at this place, is slowly improving but j Mrs. Jennie Wilson and Mrs. Eva Arnett were dinner guests of Libert Hamilton and family Tuesday. Mrs. Burr Wilson has been on the sick list for a few days. Mrs. Jessie Oram, Mrs. Jennie Wilson and Mrs. Eva Amett were guests of Mrs. Liberty Hamilton and family ! Friday. Mrs- Harvey Richard is sick with i - 1 ..-V-1' , - , . ' ime -untanK is improving ana abe. to be out again. ' "n tarter ana sons, tmory ana )vcl? ,n luesoay. Clyde uavis is m mcnanapoiis tms Wilev Robins is visiting his par ents in the south part of the state. RIGDON II U , .. . T JT, Jeff Gifford living near here, fell re- ,m . i 11 a cemiy ar.a oroice nis nip. owing 10 nis advanced age it is not likely that he jonn iuus, wno nas oeen seriously ill is not improving. , hospital at Indianapolis II iiiiii, tjuimav c&v lilt: i . . , . hnie of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley. w.nose sympathy and serv ices were so Mrs. Shannon at present is a teacher kindly tendered in our time of bereave-in the Junior high school of her home ment and to those sending flowers t07!: a v Rn;r i :Jland assisting with the music we de- A miscellaneous shower was given vacalion this week at the home of her Friday night for Mr. and Mrs. Dale . rarent55i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvev. i Dickey, who were recently married, j M;5!, Han-ev will return to her work I The evening was spent in music and again next Monday, games. Those present were the . Xhe skk x)f this communitv are im-Misses Mary and Dorothy Dickey, ; provinr. j Lois Leachman. Lenna McClintock, i I ternoon of March 26, 1922, her suffer- inS ended and she departed to be with i her Lord. She leaves her husband, ! the two children already mentioned, , !hr? tepch.ldren, -Mrs. Annie Gray, Hallie May, and Harry Howard: three ' sisters, three brothers, her father, and many other relatives and friends. Thus ends a comparatively brief life. But life is not measured in years, but rather in deeds. Not by prominence ssaua3jBT 'Xq ",oI uop.wjjad - ui ;nq but by love. It is not so much how long wa live but how well CARD OF THANKS To the kind friends and neighbors Sire to PVtpnn mir sinccro (hante James Hill and Children. FOR SALE It lead in War, It leads in Peace, It's name is Blue Jacket Coal. - C. C. Brown. FOR SALE Duroc male hog, eligible to register. Call phone Red 2732. Fairmount Flour wholesale price at the mill door. We guarantee it. Fairmount Flour Mills. FOR SALE Marion fence. Price right. Oscar Loy & Son. CAR LOAD of Chestnut hard track. A. A. T'lrey & Co. oal on FOR SALE Two 19-inch leather col- lars. $5 for the two. Phone 104. FOR SALE Male Duroc hog. Ever-ette Covalt, Phone Black 562. FOR SALE White Rock egers for hatching, 75 c foi 15; or $4.00 per hundred. Mrs. A. M. Kirkpatrick, SummUvlHe, Ind., Phone 401. V.'e carry a complete line of Ful-O-Pop feeds. Nothing o-.tler for growing chickens. A. A. Llicy fi Co. FOR SALE Virginia Crystal Black Ash Coal. Loy & Son. FOR S.ALE Two room house and two lots. See J. W. Smith, East Eighth street. FOR BARRED WHITE or Partridge Rock Cockrels or eggs call Black 2734. Our Clover seed is in and see it. A .A. tested. Come Ulrey & Co. MISCELLANEOUS TRACTOR p'.owing done by the acre. See Stanton Davis. LOST LOST S.imburst Garnet between Charles Haugh's residence and the north school building. Finl r re turn to Lillie Hinds P.ev.sve c-ward. ..rAllCdO f I vv. Edith t lener, tdith lodd, isciue Uic- key, Messrs Paul Elliott. Claude tscott, Murel Comer, Lowell Coahran, Ora Todd, Merle Titus, Perry McClintock, t-veiett Leacnman, ur. ana irs Byran Titus, Mr and Mrs. Harter, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Titus. Mr. and Mrs. Dalphne Dickey and son Herbert spent the week-end visit- inff relatives in ana near uunKiriv. Miss Mary cutler is assisting, nor sister, Mrs. Marion Hill, for a few days. Mr. Ralph Pinkerman of Marion spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kilgore. Algea Hollowell is planning to have a sale Thursday. Nathan Young of Elwood, has moy- ed to this place and plans to woriv m - I . . the sione quarry as soon as it starts mrmntr. Harold Dickey spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pam Bayless. Mrs." Jane Bayless remains on the sick list. COUNTY LINE The latest fad in this neighborhood is the pink eye. Mrs. Alva Thorn, who has been sick is reported better at this writing. Earl Elmer, son of D. E. Richards, is very sick at the home of his grandparents, L. E. Richards. Miss Gladys Payne is on the sick list. .ir. c.-u cimui , o J taken to the Marion hospital Sunday for his second operation for lung. trouble. j W. W. Payne and wife were at , Summitville on business Friday. ! ' . f - Ir. - -f" VU-kntf It 1A T'n C Russel Kimes and wite are prepar- ing to move to the farm vacated recently by Frank Payne. John "Hime'ick is the owner of a Fordson tractor. William Mason is remodeling his house Zella Hazelbaker and wife spent gunday with the latters parents, W. -y Payne and family. Bessie Couch spent Saturday night 'and unday with her sister, Mrs. Nol- der Underwood and wife. Mrs. Harry Millspaugh and daugh- -ters Josephine and Martha were shopping in Fairmount Saturday af- ternoon. gen Couch and daughter were in Mutic.e Saturday. ' ; , I , ; l j TlM.i-.ln. tU ,:.. -4 . V. ter. Mrs! George Ailes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clcn Duling callers here Saturday evening', Mr and Mrst c. W. Hoekett of .Milwaukee, Wis., are here for a two Weeks vacation th mipsts of thrir dauehter, Mrs, Olam Owens. Ellis Gardner of Gas City, is here for a few davs vi;tit with his sister rs. Henrv Owens and family. -- javis was a visitor at .1- home of Mr. and Mrs. John Leach i - - Saturday. r.,o iaa; t rA x-.,, Lindlev called on Mrs. Iva Caskey Wednesday afternoon, who has been Iverv sick for several davs. Misses Madsre and Gail Smith of Marion, drove to their home here for a short stay Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Havens and ehil- dren were visitors at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Flora Havens, cast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson and children, were shopping in Marion, Saturdav afternoon. Misses Madge an.i aii wnnn oi esday evening at . . Marion, spent Tue their home here. ergie Lulmg is navmg consiaer- aVle done on his farm north cf town this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jay and Mr. and Mrs. David Harris from near Marion, were visitors Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olam Owens. Mrs. Julia Markle of Muncie is ere the guest of her daughter, .Mrs. will C. Smith and family. ; Mrs. Ann Hayden and daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Roberts, were dinner ; mcsts oi Mr. ana .Mrs. tsom vorn. Mrs. Corn before her marriage was Miss Janie Hayden. Juanita, little daughter of Mr and , Mrs. Will Morgan is on the sick list. ( Kaymona uwens maae a pusme trin to Matthews Friday Mr. and Mrs. E!g Richard drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Craw a few days ago for a visit with Mrs. Craw, who has been sick from a complication ofdiseases. - Mr. and MrsT""Ray Smith of Fair-mount, were guests at supper Sunday evening at the home of the former's rarents. J. L. Smith ana iami'.y. ... , . , Ray Lancrsdon is driving the Ovid Reeder truck which takes milk from Vio d-'rer.t farmers on a route to an ice cream firm in Marion. Mr. and Mrs. John Himelick and daughters attended revival services at the Wesleyan Methodist church at Fa'rmount Tuesday evening. Mrs. Minnie Bannister returned to her home in Fairmount after spending the week-end here the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach. Jennie Ailes. who has teen staying wnn an apa couine m..i "win, speraing the week at her home here. - c Smith and little son Carle- ton and Sherry Smith were Fairmount callers Monday afternoon. Miss Mary Keer is assisting Mrs. iienry Yarber in her housework. Miss Lacy Leach was a Marion T - iitnr Saturday. F.d Stafemoller. who has suffered much with his feet owing to broken arches, is much improved. Mrs. Cynthia Mann of Fairmount, attended church at the Primative Baptist church here Sunday, Mrs. Mann heir.s a member of the local cnurcn. Mr. and Mrs. James Howell, who occupied the Ben Norton farm last vear have moved to Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Norton haie. moved to their property. Glenn Wood from Lake Galatia called on friends here Monday after- noon. Mrs. Willard Dickerson, who has been in poor health for some time, is rcrorted not so well the past few days. Dallas Atkinson, C. & O. railroad emp'.oye, spent Sunday and Monday with his family here. Amos .uc.uj, who nas ot-tn an r'oye t the local gram elevator, is ab'.e to be out after a severe attack of influenza. Miss Frances Murray was a guest at dinner at the home of Miss Mary Doeren. tt- nA Vr O. C. Atkinson were " ' " ' " ' ' . . .. c.uriday quests at the home of her son Dallas Atkinson and family. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ii 1 1 si BACK CREEK i jjr and Mrs. Karl Allred and t family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar All- red and famiiy spent Sunday af ter-' noon h Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Stokes 5 and daughter m Gaston. I Miss Velma Pennington spent the j week-end in Bluffton. Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick spent Mon- day afternoon with Mrs. Sprong. j Marcus Winslow who is attending ; r-Vinnl nt F!srlViTn nnt the week- 1 ld -Jth hi? narents. I Frances, the small daughter of Rev. ! Frank Edwards, is ill with the whoop-; :ng cough. Church was dismissed at this place jj.iridav night. Members went to Fairmount to hear Rev. Harry Hayes preach. Mi?s Ethel Howell spent Monday afternoon with Miss Fannie Spangler. Mrs. George Hill has been called to Sullivan, to see her sister who is seriously ill. Mrs. Frank Edwards was sick last week with an ulcerated tooth. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Winslow spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow of Little Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick and family spent Sunday with Lowry Glass and family. j , i ! 11 1 Services Held at All Four Churches. All four churches here held services S.unday which does not often happen, as Elder Watson of Russiaville, preaches at the Primative Baptist enure n on aiuraay ana csunaay once a month. The Rev. Clyde Meadow of J Huntingdon, pastor of the U. B. church, having his appointments here l - 1. W A w i every tnree wccks, wnue ir.e and M. P. churches hold regular ser-, vices and Sunday school each Sunday, j Revival Services At U. B. Church. Revival services will begin on next Sunday evening at the U. B. church, nrtctn.Mimcnf of ;vfrl weeks owing to sickness among the mem- bers. The Rev. Fuller, former pastor will assist Rev. Clyde Meadow of Huntington. pastor of the church, lhe College Quartet from that city will furnish the singing. Lawrence Lynch Has Fractured Arm. Lawrence Lvnch, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch, living north of town, is carrvmg, a fractured bone m his arm as a result from cranking his Ford which kicked back, striking his arm. Miss ShafTer Occupies Pulpit of M. P. Church. Miss Mabe'.Ie ShafTer ef Kendal-ville, state superintendent of home mission work, gave a splendid ta!k on the necessities of more home worn being dene. Miss bhatfer occupiea Breaching service hour rmemdiateij after Sunday school at church. the M. I . Aged Mother Visits Daughters. Mrs. John Dickerson, with a daughter who lives at Marion, is making an extended visit with Mrs. Margaret Burwiek and Mrs. Salhe Simons, also daughters, who live on farms east of town. Mrs. Dickerson is quite an aged ladv being in her eighties and lived for many years on a farm a short distance from here. School Notes Miss Elsie Lees of room 2, took teachers examinations at Marion Saturday. Pupil? in room 2 gave a fruit shower for their teacher. Miss Lees, Friday. pure of monev was made up by the school children as a gift to Clar- , ence Bowers, who met with the misfortune of having his leg broken while playing on the school ground a few davs ago. Mrs Ben Havens and Mrs. Perry Lees visited school Wednesday after- noon. , . John Lanrssdon is able to be m school aeain after two weeks absence ; on account cf sickness. . The children of Mr. and Mrs. ver Mitchiner are in school after be- ing released from diphtheria quaran- . tine. ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keadir.e are the narents of a new baby which ar- rivev J sit thoir home here a iew a t. RM.liiff moved here only ago. ' . ."11. A.Vv.--fc. . - . . - ,4 norfnpr w IT n a snort time atu a.. " Mr Roe-ers as a MacKsmun. Several memhers oi tne f s--;f " eluding Kev. tveretr .nu. drove to the Harvey Lraw non.t? r dav evening where Mrs. Craw has been ill for several weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Meyers with Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn andT Miss Mabelle Shaffer, drove to Sunday afternoon where Miss Shaffer had an arpoiorit before returning, to her home in Kendalville. Mr. and Mrs. WiHard Dickerson attended revival services at the Wesleyan church at Fairmount last Friday evening, where Rev. Harry Hayes Friends minister, has-charge of the Mrs Evelvrt Clark of Lafontame, attrded church Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church and was Sundav nirht guest at the home of xt,. Mrs. John Newby. Mrs. - , ir: Marcaret Corn. vho spent tne wmici vv lon.rV-tpr. Mrs. Newby. re-; lilt - V . V. . T . turned to Lafontaine with Mrs. .ars., whre she will visit wan inenus.. , The Elder Watson of Russiaville, and Mrs. Evelvn Clark of Lafontaine, were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leach. Mrs lice Seward and children Margaret and Ceurtlar.d. of Muncie, topped for a short time with friends ; here enroute to Rigdon to visit re- j latives. The S.ewards were formers residents of Fowlerton. Mrs. Pete Pearson returned home from Lafontaine, where she had oeen j called to the bedside of her daughter, who was critically ill. Her little grandaughter, Dordthy Kelly, accompanied her home. Her son, Ralph Pearson and family stayed at the home of his mother on the farm east of town while she was away The small son of MV. and Mrs. , Charles Hook cf Muncie, is visiting , at the home of his uncle, V ergie uui- ; ing and family- , Mrs. Eva Simons Dulmg, Rrse ot ? the Marion hospital, spent Sunday . with her two children and parents, ( Mr. and Mrs. Levi Simons. j Mrs. George Bannister and daugh- j ter, Glendocia, of Fairmount, spent c.Aov tv it Vi her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leach. D R. Jones, section foreman on the C & O. railroad here, was called to Richmond on business Friday. Edgar S'agpmoller acted as foreman during) his absence. , The Sunday school children will meet for practice at the M. P. church Saturday afternoon to prepare for an Easter program. All children wishing to be in this program are urged to be present. Miss Florence Dome has been quite ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dome, east of town. Dora Lee Crecraft and Merie iiay- den spent inursoay nigm. - nice and Gladys Lees. I Mrs. Doxie Miller and children from the Kinsley neighborhood, visited her aser Mrs, Alex Roberts Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliv--- Fifer of Gas- ton, were visitors Wednesday and . , i j Kyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by IStnte Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS H Exclusively Optic.-;! T7 1 ; i -. ,- rfi South Side Square Mr.rion Window Glas s ALL SIZES. Bring in your sash and let us do your vck. Contract work a specially. PRICES RIGHT J. A. MAYER Phone 47 or 7 Foulei ton, Ind. DR. C. L. FEKTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Pot'.clfice Honrs 8 to 11:20 . ir. ii5r.B CASH or CREDIT New Chevolet Cars The Classic and Ail-Around Car. See Demonstrator, Sixth and Vine Streets. FRANK MORGAN. Arrant IIJP..1U Will) -rill. A JBL ' il J.1 J '.1 I. . " E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 PIANO TUNING VOICING, ACTION REGULATING D. 31. HEADRKiv 410 No. Main St. FAIRMOUNT Charges reasonable Drop a cr.rd and I will call, city or country. Phone 225. The MAULH BJ FASCES SEED BOOK B I'ht wonrlf rf ii I 17 - iurt hmn fiv- you twm-t'l of our 4r vmw ft i mtt -! iwim-r., narli-im aa4 farmer. n i i ,-jsf'f ftf it t(ti. WM. HENRY MAULE. Inc. 2&as." It s an ancient belief that rose leaves thrown on the fire bring good luck. They must be picked, in the morning, not on a Friday, and be flawless. TO lation, and events bearing upon his business. SO COMPLETE, comprehensive and accurate are the markets printed in THE NEWS that many papers-printing financial and! market reports use THE NEWS columns as a basis. No one can afford, at this low subscription rate, $4.00 a year, to be without THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. mmtm m wMkJ . mm . . Stats . in Winchester. . J i .-a. snon nistory 01 Jboutniand ;ol- '??e was given at the close of S. S. by Mrs. Denny Winslow and a collec- I tion taken for the college. j r; r Tt,ifr 7u ; u 1 ' " - vt c 1 1 n a v . v 1 1 vr i in V lie Marion schools , spent the week end . with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Miss Hilda Harvev, a teacher in! ' Niles. Mich schools "i np-i1in- hr I j attended the road meeting held Tues-' d R Ravmond Booth and v p Sf.i-ou f f.r;nn -, ! entertained for dinner at the home of ! Mr- T R U'Viro!-,,. , Mr B Grimmel of Marion, and the Utate highway men Were entertained for dinner at the home of Mr and ; Mrs. A. E. Ratliff. rr j -.rr5 F t,...,..- ontor. , tained for djnner Sunday the former's! brothcr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ander- j son and children. I Mr M Glenn A Harrold . were RUests sundav of the latter's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones. : Mr and Mrs Edward Kimes were decent nsitors of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sueart of Deer Creek. Mr d M Meredith Wildman .'1 i . 1 1 V t .U15. .HriCTillll . T I Hi 111 :1 1 1 visited the former's parents at Deeds- vil'e. north of Peru. In honr of the birthday anniver- sarv of Mr. A. E. Ratliff, teacher of class No. 2 of the Little Ridsre Sabbath srhno!. a very pleasant surprise was planned and carried out success- fullv las F riday night at his home wet of Fairmount. A splendid program was rendered and conducted bv Rene Jones, consisting of singing various songs grouped into quartets. contests, speeches by the host and Rev. H'Vam Harvey. In behalf of the class, Mrs. Chas. Wood nave a talk. The audience was also favored with a couple of Belgian solutions by Mrs. P?nis and Mrs. VanVore. Refresh-j ments of sandwiches, pie and cocoa, were served to the following guests: . - -m-m . m -Mr. ami .'Mrs. hi. rJ. Suckev and son G!enn Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mart and dau?hter Lena of Marion. Rev. aTld Mrs. Hiram Harvev, Mr. and Mrs. Alhert Kimes and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Dillev. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Panis Mr. and Mrs. Rene Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hasty. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Anders and their families. Mr. Clyde Markle and sons. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moon, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteley, Mrs. Mary E. Wrieht Mrs. Marietta Doherty. 'Irs. Anna Winslow, Mrs. VanVore. Misses Eurah and Alice Ratliff. Edith Wright, Messrs Arthur Winslow, Robert Harvev. Wilson Dohertv and Ralnh Wrieht. The crowd left at a ing Mr. Katnrt many happy returns of the day. LESLIE MILLS OUT FOR COMMISSIONER. Leslie Mills of Pleasant township, announces his candidacy for the nomination for commissioner from the first district. Mr. Mills was born in Franklin township. Grant county. He was elected assessor of Franklin township and served four years. Mr. Mills is a successful farmer and a member of the I. O. O. F. lodgie at Marion. FOUR HUNDRED DELEGATES EXPECTED. The Rebekah Lodge is rapidly perfecting plans to take care of the district convention which is to b held here April 12, there being sessions both afternoon and evening. The degree team from Matthews lodge will be present to initiate a number of candidates that will be taken in at that time. Delegates will be pres-net from both Grant and Madison counties and the local lodg)a expects to take care of four hundred people. This will necessitate securing a larger room than the lodge room to hold the convention. OBITUARY. Eva Belle Hill, daughter of John and Mary Ruts, was born in Montgomery county, Ohio, August 20, 1883. At the agie of fourteen she was converted and united with the Methodist Episcopal church at Osborn, O. This relationship she maintained until the close of her life. In 1904 she was married to James T. Hill. To this union two children were born, William B. and Mary G. When Mrs. Hill was married she assumed the chartre of a stertiinn whom cha rmamA with the most faithful 1 lvi- . . . A, , " I John M oon and family Jiave moed.late hour wishi to the Ice farm. Frank Payne of near Gas City, called on his parents, W. W. Payne and family Saturday. OAK RIDGE Miss Jennie Cobert called on Misses Frances and Elexis Davis Saturday Mrs. Cora Cox and daughter Flor- ence. Misses Doloris and Mary Hol-! tt 1 t- ' r"K;. The Indianapolis Ngws A SAVING of 20 is worth while. People living on rural routes in Indiana, and other remote localities where THE NEWS is not obtainable by agents or carriers, may subscribe for THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS at $4.00 a year. It is important to the farmer and dealer in grain or live stock, to have authoritative Dews of markets, legis- r la flttlM mm t Li loway, faw jiici; umi s i. 'Litle Lord Fauntleroy at Clarion Saturday evening. Mis Ethel Howell spent a few davs f ia;t weev wjth her sister. Mrs. Winford Thomas of Oak Ridge. phillin Cobert called on Glenn Hol- iowav Saturday. Miss Clista Haisley called on Mrs. Hazel Haislev last Friday, Madames Rosa Harris and Charles Altice called on Mrs. Bertha Moon -r 1 nr- 'a rvo Oonnro HowpII son Howard, daughter Helen, were the sunday euests of Mr. and Mrs. Win ford Thomas and son Roger. Mrs. Anna Haisley called on Mrs. Bertha Moon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Winford Thomas called on the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howell Saturday night. Miss Jermie Cobert called on Miss j Doloris Holloway Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tennis of Peru, MV. and Mrs. Roy Marley of Marion, and Mr. Leon tockdale of Denver, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox. Lawrence Swaringer of Muncie is the guest of Niles Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Hilton near Hackleman. Miss Mabel Doherty of Marion spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Doherty. Mr. and M-s. Blanchard Davis and daughters Frances and Elexis, attended church at Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Doherty called on the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Haisley of Fairmount. r Winford Thomas called on her pf rents, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Howell. Mail This Coupon Today I " ..192 - tTHE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS: Enclosed find Four Dollars for subscriptioa to C-s SUU Edition of The Indianapolis Ntrrs for Oaa Tear to ediress below: n 11 fl NEW MULBERRY Mrs. Limon Carter and daughter, Ethlyn, visited relatives at Hunting ton Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Ira Knirht wprp th 'guests Sunday of Mrs. Jennie Wilson. Opal Waymire, former teacher of New Mullberry, is seriously ill and Jias been1 taken to the Robert Long G F D. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carmony spent CBr Vlm vnrpe y ago sne Sunday with the latter's parents, s..ic!:ca -with a disease that &rad-l-l I

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