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April 3, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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TIIB FAIRMOUNT NEWS ,t,- ,.Mt'MtMttA.t,.f !hr.u"eprrril,t! Lists Filled M For Primaries i I Mrs. Will Jones has returned from ; Indianapolis where she spent the past j week. O XFORD (Continued from Page One) tJr o o and Delaware counties. J. Walter Mc- Prayer meeting will be held at the , Clellan, well-known lawyer, residing i Baptist church Wednesday night at ' 7 o'clock. Mrs. R. A. Morris returned Thurs in Matthews, filed as democratic candidate for prosecuting attorney of the forty-eighth judicial district. John A. Peterson of Swayzee, and Clifford Townsend, of Franklin township, announced themselves democratic candidates for state representative day after spending several days at 28 Attractive Victor Records For April On Sale Today. Spring: rolls around once more and to celebrate it the April Victor Supplement offers a list of tunes chock full of sunshine. We'll gladly play these records for you. We want you to receive the Victor Record Supplements regularly each month. If you are not on our Pendleton. T" . . C j Mrs. T. B. 5 .nrs. i. r. ivrousKup ana -miss or- For Ladies, Men, Girls and Boys Let us show you the latest. 'from Grant, and Mr. Townsend also ; filed as joint representative from jnelha McCombs were Marion visitors 1 Saturdav. SLirant and Blackford counties. Curtis Diet of CIv?and O i ! Ora C King, prominent Pleasant the gwest of his sister, Mrs. Mary township farmer and banker filed as Gardner, for a few days. , democratic candidate for state sena- J tor. ! Bob and Lucille Jones and Frances ' For clerk Philip J. Middleton and land Fred Jones were in Marion Fri- w- p- VanArsdall. : day night to attend a Part v. I For auditor Arthur J. Green. mailing list let us know. H THE PIONEER DRUG STORE H The Rexall Store. Xen H. Edwards, Mgr. For treasurer Lillian Prickett For surveyor George Steffens, Mrs. Myrtle Miller and children, Billie and Velma, called on Lewis Henley and family Sunday afternoon. For sheri? John Gormley, Edward , HI Hive Cash Store i ne ee . Porter, Bert Renbarger and W. E. ' , White. I J4 STAR BRAND Shoes are Stylish. ? Miss Helen Hahne has returned to For coroner Dr. James C. Ross, i her duties in the Logansport schools and A. A. Shanahan. j after spending the week end with her . For assessor Enoch E. Favr and : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahne. Nelson Shockley, Leslie R. Ross. j on Henley avenue. j For commissioner First district ; Y Y MOTICE , Charles E. Shuff, Marion Wine. j W fw TV r ry ii r or commissioner second district George W. Benson and M. M. Kilgore. Dare, Cecil Tetrick and Howard Tet- j A. D. Bryan is reported to be seriously ill. of Fnr rnimtv roiinril-man-at-larcie jrick were Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Will Ware. (John Himelick, Elijah Hoggatt, Frank; Marion Mrs. Ella Buehtel was in 1 Friday evening on business. Percy Miller and family of Marion, . iwere the over Sunday guests of Mrs. are the best. ! r:i ... r . - Mayflower goods iv,. ... .v -r. j . parents, wames voinns ana tfayfl. Mrs. Albert quality and service. j wife and her sister, Riggs and family. You will have no trouble with1 x- x. . ...... ;,.-.,,. - ; Mr- aT11 Mrs- A. Kimes enter- Farmers Co-operative Cream Co., composed of Fairmount and Liberty township, have purchased the Swift & Co. cream station, two doors north of the Post Office in Fairmount. We will appreciate all cream and eggs, whether a member of Federation or not a member, CHAS, D. DEAN, Mgr. v .v- r a j tamed at Sunday d: nner the fol low- 'tr.g guests: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Agnes Kimes, Mr. and ! Kimes. Marv Mr. and ill at his Kieih, the small son of Mrs. Frank Zike, is quite home on South Mill street. Mrs. Lester Kimes, Gerald and Wayne : Kimes. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Kimes ' and Edward Kimes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown have re- :rned home after spending three Mark Baldwin arrived Saturday from Washington, D. C, where he jhas been in the off.ee of the U. S. weeks in Hoopsten, 111. Mrs. John Dare made a short visit i Bureau of So:1s for the past three spend about to ilsst week in Carthage with her son, ' months, ar.d expects cirht days with his parents, Mr. and irgtl Tetrick and familv. ; Mrs. Edgar Baldwin, only the ) . Liberty township: OTTO RIGSBEE ALVA JOHNSON, ARTHUR BREWER. Fairmount township: JOE HOLLC WAY, GEO. PAYNE, The Mayflower handles best and highest grade of i Your incubators will give Mason; first district, George M. Kled-er, Sr.; second district. Nelson Duck-wall; third district, George A. Kendall; fourth district, John A. Gadbury and Jerome Shaffer. Fairmount For trustee Charles B. Draper and Marion Wallace. For assessor Basil Underwood. For advisory board J. W. Mono-han, Wick Leach and John Bitner. REPUBLICAN County Ticket For judge Grant circuit court J. Frank Charles. For judge Grant-Delaware superior court Robert F. Murray. For prosecuting attorney Elzona II. Graves, A. Jay Keever and Miles C. Coble. For state senator Alfred Hogston and Culla J. Yahinger. For state representative Albert E. Shugart and Wayne S. Tucker. For joint representative Wayne S. Tucker. For clerk S. A. Connelly and I.afe H. Ribble. For auditor Earl E. Buc.her, Fiank Simmons, Jr.. and David E. Harris. For treasurer George B. Nottingham. For Sheriff Frank C. Tukey. Arthur E. Shugart and Jacob Campbell. For coroner Dr. Phillip H. Lucas. For surveyor George Swisher, Frank W. White and Lloyd Kemnier. For assessor H. J. Ketner, William C. McKinney, John W. Pittenger and Charles S. Bradford. For commissioner, first district Olio C. Groff, Leslie Mills. James Stricier, II. Wysong and J. W. West-fall. For commissioner, second district coal vou Directors: oil. ! MISS M ARY HOLLINC.SWORTH n0 MARRIED AT GASTON. Miss Mary M. Hollirgsworth arnl i K! roufcle if you use this oil. ! . j Lewis Truss were united in marriage Miss lit kn Cox, music and art Thursday at the M. E. Tarsonage in teacher at the north school building : Gaston, the Rev. E. B. Megenity offi-of the public schools, spent the week ciating. Mrs. Megenity had her end with her parents in Indianapolis. ! home artistically decorated espeeial- WICK O. LEACH. CHAS. D, DEAN. before the i : lv for the occasion and TI - T 1 v l ... - $23.00 to $40.00 Suits Ma to j-our individual measure. Our aruarantee of iality and price pro- r-vf or Itvtcr. RI3BLE BROS. left for Fairmount, '"'t .c ior some time, sunerea crv a dainty lunch. After the another relapse last week, but is re ported better, being able to be up. j wedding the newly married couple jcame to the home of the bride's par-'ents. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Mort Hollings-worth. where a wedding, supper was ; Corning to the Royal Theatre NEXT WEEK Miss Charlotte Payne, who was employed in the office of the Swift's ; Cream station, will be with the Far- j mers' Co-operative Cream company. : (of course) given them pn.tr to their drive to their home near Green town. Miss Hollingsworth was connected with 1 Miss Ella Wir.slow, who submitted tho Citizens Telephone company for PttOOWCTtON to an operation for iroitrp in a Pl-I some tln1c- rer resignation taking a little more than a week asro. unibus. O., hospital recently, has re- Ci The bridegroom is a well known far r t turned home. mer near Greentown and the young j people will reside on the farm. ! Charles Naber and family, who have been spending the past three r-.n:hs in S . Petersburg, Fla., are expected to r i ,-ive in Fairmount Kelsay is spending a h her daughter in Ma- CARNATIONS AS SOUVENIRS AT OPENING DAY. Saturdav was gala day at the Har- "toe r .-.Tl- - Mr. n oJ L-.nastv. r.d ill Mrs. R. P. Lir.dse-v, Lo has been James E. DeVore, II. Edward McClure and E. J. McCracken. For county councilman-at-large Arnaldo Bechtol, Oliver Duller and George E. Campbell; first district, Ellsworth Harvey; second district, Ora Florea; third district, John T. McCombs. Fairmount For trustee Clyde E. Helms and Joseph A. Halloway and Orville Wells. For assessor Joseph W. Relfe. For advisory board W. A. Beas-ley, W. A. Lewis, W. H. Morrish. For justice of the peace C. D. The regular meeting; of the O. E. S. Auxiliary wiU be held Tuesday, April V rt 2:3? o. m.. at the home of Mrs. T- Paiker and it is desired that a full attendance be present. for a v -:k wi h inf.aenza, is able to resume his studies at school this week. ley H. Fritz dry goods and grocery store in celebration of the opening of its new department of dry goods and novelties. The store was beautiful-; !y decorated for the occasion, great j bowls of cut flowers lendinp their beauty and perfume to the attracttive-ly arranged stock of goods. Each visitor was presented with two car- ' nations as souveniers and coffee and wafers were served throughout the afternoon to the throngs of people who visited the store. The after-" noon and evening were ideal for an opening day and numbers from both town and country were in to pay their ' Rev. Roland will irive a stereoptic-an lecture next Sunday night at the Baotist church, during the course of -b?ch views of the work beine accomplished in Indiana will be shown. R THEATRE LaFRANCE SILK HOSE Ginghams. Organdies, Linens and Latest Novelties in Waist Girdles at Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store Parisiana and Bon-Ton Corsets x" r?-Tcri a-f?m:i are t-TcsHiti --i n' p- M. Brown. Owin to ill health. Vir-ril. who was in school at Bloominp:-lon. will not return to his duties again this year. respects to Mr. and Mrs. Fritt. JOHN W. EWARD DIES AT CONVERSE, AGE 86. John W. Eward, pioneer resident of Grant county, died at his home at Con-verseSaturday evening after an illness of several weeks. He was 86 years of age and is survived by a widow and two sons, Fred Eward of Marion and Ed of Fort Wayne, one MISS "MILDRED ALLEN TO ATTEND MOODY BIBLE SCHOOL Mildred B. Allen, who has served the Mooreland Friends church as cas J. Smith of tor for almost four years, has resiVn- daughter, Mrs. Harry Mr. Ray Smith wll succeed Miss Ada Dicks and Mrs. Edith Hayworth will succeed Miss Mary Hollinpts-worth, who have resigned their posi-Hons as operators for the Cititens Telephone company. ed her work there to take effect MaySan Antonio, Texas and four grand-lst, at which time she will leave for "children. The funeral will be held Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. Miss Tuesday afternoon at Converse. Mr. Allen will return to time to take up Eward had the distinction of being) pastoral work in the fall. Moore-, the first man in Grant county to edit land church speaks highly of the work '' and own a republican newspaper con-she has done there, not onlv in build- ducting the Marion Union in 1860. Otto Morris. Miss Blanche Harsh- ing up the church in all departments, : . l i r , v . , I jbarger, Miss Grace Carter and Miss i Anna May Darnell were in Marion the latter part of last week taking a ' course of instruction given specially j for chief operators and toll operators. urn. in rtMiiuuvung me cnurcn ouiia- Curt Gardner has returned from Muncie, where he has been visiting friends. TUESDAY, APRIL 4 CATHERINE CALVERT and HERBERT RAWLN0N IN "YOU'LL FIND IT EVERYWHERE" Also Snob Polard Comedy "HOCUS-POCUS" and Pathe Review THURSDAY and FRIDAY, APRIL 6-T First-National Attraction "CABIRIA" The Stupendous Production by the. Poet-Warrior, of. Italy, Cabriele D'Annnntio SATURDAY, APRIL 8 LESTER CUNEO IN "SILVER SPURS" An Action Romance in a Mission Setting Also Klass A Comedy "TANK TOWN FOLLIES." Hear D.- M. Headrick at the Organ. ng. RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA Phone 246 Sundays fay Appointment Mrs. James Howard, who was removed to a hospital in Kokomo after the death of her husband, and who has been removed to a private home under the care of a professional nurse, OLA S. OATLEY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION AT OAK RIDGE CHURCH. The Liberty township Sunday school convention will be held at Oak Ridge church next Sunday afternoon, April 9, at 2 o'clock. I O. Chasey will be the speaker of the evening and other talks will be given. The Academy orchestra will furnish music and : shows no marked improvement, al-' though her condition is no worse. INRTRUCTOR IN PIANO, VOICE and FIRST YEAR HARMONY there will also be other special musi cal features. The entire program will be given in Thurdsays Fairmount News. j Nellie, the little pet terrier belong-j ing to Thomas Sheedy died recently. A peculiar thing about the death of j the little dog, was the fact that the i disease attacked her in the same manner that influenza does a human being and all the symptons were very much like the flu. How about Letter Heads and Envelopes? Lcl u havc yur now bc- for your present supply is exhausted. : We'll prin 'em Studio: 315 Sycamore St. Fairmount Ireland Is said to have fewer suicides than any other country.

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