The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 6, 1922 · Page 5
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 5

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, April 6, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Russel Harvey and daughter Idris, and son Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell and son Loren of Earlham college, at- FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT evening. The animal is still unable to be removed home. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuckey of Marion were visitors Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mart. home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Banister last Sunday, those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. George Banister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Banister and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oil Banister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dill, Mr. and Mrs. Oda Newhouse and dausrhter of at the Marion water works, spent Sunday at his home south of town. Clifford Carpenter of Anderson was a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. Dallas Atkinson, Sunday night. Mrs. Pery Lees and children, Elsie and Robert, were in Muncie Saturday. John Langjsdon was a Marion visitor Saturday. Clvde Caskev and daughter, Mar- jorie were Fairmount callers Satur- named Paul D. and Richard DeDeck-er home and left a boy named Von Eugene. Alfred Kemmer was seriously hurt Jast Monday when a trestle on which he was standing, giave away, letting him fall several feet to the ground. Miss Mae Kemmer of Auburn was called home to help care for her father. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Neal entertained for dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Love and baby of Rigdon. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs, !MJr. and Mrs. Everett Moon and J. T. McCombs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Collins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart and son Harvey spent Sunday withlr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Little and laby, MSss Glen Moon and Harrold Little of Fairmount, called on Bob Moon and family Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore had as their company for dinner last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ora Moore of Gas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Troseau Hill and children. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson and Base Ball Nine Organired. The school boys in room 1, organized a base ball team for the season with John Langsdon, manager; Paul Mitchener, captain; Harold Mahoney, catcher; Ernest Key, pitcher; Delbert Mitchener, short stop; Paul Mitchener first base; Luther Welsh, second base; Oran Atkinson, third base; John Holloway, left field; Melvin Nottingham, center field; and Myron Partridge, right field. School Notes. Harrold Mahoney and Verniece Lees are the only graduates from the local school at the examination, however two more examinations will be held for the benefit of those who fail ed in the first. Clarence Rowers, nine-vear-old boy - day. ta Doherty. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Collett and Mr. Mr. A. E. Ratliff, W. R. Harvey and and Mrs. Merritt Wildman, drove toJ. B. Whiteley were Indianapolis vis-Muncie Saturdav. j ito-rs Monday. Perry Lees, Ben Havens and Dallas ' The Little Ridge W. C. T. U., was tkinon. C. & O. emploves were at held Tuesday af ternon at 2 o'clock at S. S. Convention. The Liberty twonship S. S. conven tion will be held next Sabbath after noon, April 9, 2 o'clock at Oak Ridge church. An earnest appeal is made to all who are interested or are going to be interested in Sabbath school work, to come and help to make this a profitable emeting. Following is the program: Song Audience. Invocation Rev. Joseph M. Davis. Orchestra Academy. Quartet Bethel. Song Center. Orchestra Academy. A discouraged superintendent, dra- matized by A. E. Ratliff and C L. Cates. Song Little Ridge. The church and Sabbath school n rn.e.n Song Oak Ridge. Orchestra Academy. II HACKLEMAN II. and 1 Mr. and MVs. Alonzo S,heedy baby of Manilla, Rush county were Jweek end guests of the former's par-, ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sheedy. The stork visited the homes of C. D. Brookshire and left a baby boy j 1 1 1 1 M 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 !' of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers, whojHufh Deeren Saturday. ViJc 1pt Krnlren several davs aro. ? Will Caskev and family had as their home here the latter part ci the week owing to higi. water. Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray were - visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. vuests Tuesday at dinner his mother. fxrs rttia Cacl-pr- and prandmother . - j -- Mrs! Atkins, and " sister. Mrs. Ira ! Wbvbrew. Miss Frances Mhirray was a guest of Miss Emma Davis at Fairmount j i Firdav night and attended the high V recovered from the effects of the :Chrwi plav iu s a'e to out again. Mrs. Will Craw and children were! Mr. J. B. Whiteley had a valuable ' iirs. vviisun ronton aim uaugmer ver- gie, spent Sunday with their mother, ir nr:i ttii : .11 1 j iA it Mrs. Mfery Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson and children, Mrs Frank, were of Mr. and Verna Hilton and son entertained at the home Mrs. Harvey Peterson Sunday near Marion. " A iamily reunion was held at the 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BB1G WEI FECUL ijL J Ruairal Rounte Snabscribeirs 'Rush county. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearson and daughter Beatrice, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leer of Ma- , rion, Mrs. R. P. Moon, Lova Moon were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kemmer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kimes and daughter Mary Agnes, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kimes of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eddington spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson and baby near Pt. Isabel. Mr. and Mlrs. Bob Davjand children spent, Suday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and son Howard and Mr. and Mrs. John Man ning called on Mr. and Mrs. George Jones S.unday evening. Sunday school as usual at Center next Sunday at 10 o'clock. Also preaching at the usual hour, everybody welcome. Oxygen breathed in by any one person cani be measured by a newly da- signed device. Q I i a 5 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 a very advantageous rate. We do not need to tell you about The Star. Most of you are familiar with 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. j tended church services at the First Friends church last Sunday night and heard ixmis Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow entertained for Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jefferies and son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. tIenn A. Harrold and M and Mrs. J. B. Whitelev. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harvey and Mrs. Hiram Harvey were Marion visitors Tuesday. Miss Lyra Haisley of Earlham college, is spending the spring vacation at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Mariet the home of Mrs. J. B. Whiteley. The program was arranged bv Mrs. A. E. Ratliff, superintendent of Sab-' bath Observance. An interesting, bible reading was prepared which was participated in by the members. Leaflet, "God's Holy Day," was read r n cy irs. v. Wright; leaflet, "Re- member the Sabbath Day," was read by Mrs. Frank Wright; benediction, airs, uenny wmsiow. Mr. Denny Wmsiow, who has slow- horse stricken with Asteria on the T' stcegts of Fairmount last Saturday iniHlimill!im JI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 For i i r ! r i 1 v j :!. . ; if. ifl i J 1 1 at it. while playing ball on the school j : : --: ;1,- T fc " yrr, 9nL,n that the - school here will close on Tuesday the 25th of April, instead of Friday the 21st as had been reported. Cradle Roll and F. M. S. In Joint Session. The mothers of the Cradle RoH department of the church met Wednesday afternoon in joint session "with the Foreign Missionary Society at the M. P. parsonage. Mesdames Partridge and Jones had charge of the entertainment. Mrs, Will Ware of Back Creek and Mrs. Sallie Stout of the South Marion W. C T. U., addressed the mothers of the Cradle Roll and also the F. M. S. The two visiting ladies visited the Leachburg and Fowlerton schools before meeting at the parsonage. Church Notes. The collect quartet of Huntington, who had been engaged to furnish the music at the revival at the U. B. church, has an engagement at another point which caused much dissapoint-ment at the local church. Mr. Cyntha Mann of Fairmount, attended services at the M. P. church Sunday evening. The monthly business meeting was held at the M P. church Monday evening. The excelsior class of the M. P. church will give an Easter pageant on Easter evening. . j The Litle Star class, t?y miss Lacv Smith, and the Cradle Roll, taught by Mrs. Elsie Jones, won the banner for attendance, the full membership of each class being present. There were forty members present Sundav in" the ladies bible class taught by Mrs. Vergil Duling and they received the banner for the largest 'offering of the adult classes. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leach and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jarvis attended church Sunday at the Primative church at Harmony. Mrs. Mary Duling, who has been confined to her home for some time by sickness was able to attend services Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Whitaker of nef Dunkirk, attended Sunday school and church here S,unday at the M. P. church here Sunday evening. Mrs. Jennie Leach and Charles Leach and daughters and Miss Elsie Lees attended church Sunday near Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Al Morman from Kinp-ley neighborhood attended church here Sunday. Mrs. Charles Millspaugh, near Mat thews with her children. Marion, Marv Jane and Leone, attended church and Sunday school at the M. P. church here Sunday. riarenre Smith and family, after attending church Sunday, were guests the remainder of the day of Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Caskev. Mrs. Clvde Caskey. All children participating m the, Easter program are asked to meet for practice at the M. P. church at the appointed time. Local and Personal Mrs, Arthur Miller, north of town, sent five hundred eggs to a Manon hatchery recently and received four nunarea ana iuirvjr-ui: vdj vuk.r?, which is considered a fine hatch. The little four-day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuttle, is seriously sick at this writing. Mrs. Tuttle has spent the winter here at the home of her mother, Mrs, R. J. Leach. Owing to high water, the bridge gang on the C & O. railroad were laid off the latter part of the week. Some of the employes are residents here and spent the week-end with their families. iMr. and Mrs, A. J. Mann have returned to their home here after an absence of three years in the Oklahoma oil fields. Mr. and Mrs, Mann are old residents and own property here. Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers attend ed the Grant county ministerial meet-: Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge were called to Fairmount Sunday evenings to mAt TV it Vi a committee to arranee. ! a program for the township Sunday school convention to be held in the near future. Mrs. Elmer Myers spent a few days the latter part of the weeK at tne home of a nephew in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodall of Fairmount were callers Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Himelick. Sherman Veter and family of Summitville spent the latter part of the week with relatives here. Elg Richards and daughter Lucile Marion visitors Wednesday. Harry Winan and litle son Walter Forrest were guests at the home Sunday afternoon of Mx. and Mrs, Wil-lard Dickerson. Mr nd Mrs. Stewart Murray from the country were Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray. "A Rtao-emoller. C & O. employe - . ; I ! j j . I J flhie Mmmacie Star ) one year Adaline Atkinson nests 01 airs. Wednesday. the weeK witn ner uaupun, w. - , a, J L . m, ." Ballard near Jonesboro. . , Miss Margaret Seward of Muncie, j called on friends here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Markle. her grandmother, returned home with her in the eve- nine. Mrs. Burr Leach livine in the Grant neighborhood is slifhtlv improved after being critically ill for several davs. Mrs. Nora Lindlev was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. AdvMe Leach, south of town. Ms. George Lach left Tuesday for Swayree. where she will be a puest at the home of her parents for a fw davs. Mrs. Amanda Todd, who was hroi'S-rt to her home here Friday af-r be-in" at the home of her son Ernest R'-ed at Hartford City, is a'-flin seriouslv ill. Mr. and Mrs, Pallas Atkinson drove to Anderson Saturday afternoon where thev were cuests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Star, the two -.-; be-inf sisters. Mr. --i-ah Csvmter of Anderson is visitin" her children this week who live at different places. Mrs. Carpenter, until recently, has lived most of her life in this community. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leach had as euests at thir home Sunday a brother. Wilson T. Leseh and son. Ercum, bf Andeon. Will Lewis of Fair- mount. Cl'nton Lewis of Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jarvis and Jake Leach and familv. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vwhoney and fmi!v and M-. Carob'ne Duling took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Helms Sunday. Mrs. Dave Whybrew was a visitor Monday afternoon at the home of her brother. Clyde Caskev and family. Mr. and Mrs. C R. Partridge and sons Mvron and Frank and Mrs. Tpr.nie Crawford, were in Fairmount, Saturdav evening. Mrs. Julia Leach will board two C & O. towermen and Jessie Knipp, C & O. station operator here this week. Miss Lela Smith was the guest of Miss Verniee Lees Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Scott were the c-uests of the latter s parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lindley Sunday. Sherrv Smith was a Fairmount .visitor Friday. U it COUNTY LINK sick. Miss Gladvs Payne and Miss Edith Holmes were in Fowlerton Saturday evenin". Earl Elmer Richards, who has been sick with gland trouble is improving. Miss Reb Holmes is assisting Mrs. AlvsTThcme with her work. Mr. and Mrs. . W. Payne visited their son Frank Payne and wife of near Gas City Tuesday. D. E. Richards and wife spent Sunday with Nolder Underwood and family. Several from this vicinity attended the Cecil Couch sale Monday. Walter Harvey and wife of near Upland, Zella Hazelbaker and wife, called on W. W. Payne and family Sunday afternoon. Nolder Underwood and wife, Polly Gambriel and Bessie Couch, were shopping in Marion Thursday. Lee Williams and Corda Slain spent Sunday evening with Russel Kimes and wife, Virgil Carmony and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with L. E. Richards and wife. Ben Couch and wife visited at the borne of Cecil Couch and family Sun day. J A - LITTLE RIDGE Prayer meeting was held Wednesday evening at the home of Hiram Ilarvey. Mrs, A. F RiMiff and daughter Alice attended the Flower Show at Indianapolis last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jefferies and son Robert, of New Castle, came last Saturday evening to be over Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Winslow. Mr. Jefferies returnixB-pme Monday morning and Mrs. Jetferies remained for a longer stay and will visit her sister Mrs. Albert Andrews of Huntington, while here. Mrs. Emma Landis of Peru, who spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Russel Harvey returned home last . Sundav. Anderson test Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hint in Harvey enter - tained for Sunday dinner. Mr. and FairEfiioifflEit Newsj Former price ol the two $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. Sscd $4.S0 at subscription Cor once for a year's The TJuocie Star was at his home part of the week,! Mr. and Mrs. Fay Anderson and owing to sickness in his family. 'daughter, Mary Ann, visited the Charles Stagemoller and family former's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank from nar WV'p- were ruests at the home of his brother, Ed Stagemoller, Sr-dav. f f t....OT.ftlI.. ..y. ,ri ?!:n?mi:r:!!J'?:n::Mnnntnin: uiihiiiuii. : iUliiiiicaiiiijiJutl4UilU.i...iilUil4.ililililUttlltl.iiiiiHi..i4iual4ifi a

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