The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 10, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, April 10, 1922
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TIIB FAIRMOUNT NEWS David Lewis was in Indianapolis I Friday. CLOSING CALENDA Mrs. C. T. Parker was in Jones-; FOR THEACADEM LADIES SILK HOSE boro Friday. Miss Dorothy Craig' of Jonesboro was in Fairmount Friday on business. F. C Creek was in Logansport from Wednesday until Saturday of last week. In Black, Brown and Gray. At Pre-Wai Prices. Elbert Kimes and Oliver Buller were in Indianapolis Thursday on business. jpresh candies for Easter EGG CRATES, each crate containing six heavily chocolate-coated egg filled with rich cocoanut cream, per crate 40c EASTER EGGS, 2 oz., chocolate-covered cream and fruit centers, each 10c Easter Eggs, 4 oz. size 15c Easter Eggs, 7 oz. size 25c Marshmallow Efigs, per pound 39c Liggett's Sentiment, package $1.35 Liggett's Moire, package $1.25 Liggett's Afternoon Tea Chocolates $1.50 Guth's Treasure Chest $1.50 Guth's Easter Chocolates $1.00 Pecan Nuts in Cream 75c Tempting Fruits in Cream 60c - THE PIONEER DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Xen II. Edwards, Mgr The calender for Fairmount academy for the rest of the term is as follows: Grant county Track and Field Meet at Rush field April 15. Grant county declamatory contest, April 15, 7:30 p. m. Academy final contest, Friday, April 21. BlufFton-Wabash-Academy track and field meet, Saturday, April 22. Kokomo-El wood-Academy track and field meet, Saturday April 29. Annual Inter-academic contests at Vermillion Grove, 111., May 5 and 6. Senior class play, date to be announced later. Alumni banquet, Wednesday evening". May 17. ome-coming, Thursday, May 18. Commencement, Friday, May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Kimes and Mr. and Mrs. Charles York drove to Mon-ticello Saturday. Mrs. York of Fort Wayne was the guest of her son Charles York and family over Sunday. $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 and $1.00 PER PAIR The Bee Hive Cash Store SEE OUR NEWO OXFORDS Charles Naber and family spent the week-end with relatives and friends in North Manchester. Miss Blanche Harshbarper was the over Sunday guest of friends in Cen-terville and Richmond. mount about a month ago. Mrs. Otto Pickard and wife of Marion were guests of Bowman Pickard Saturday night and Sunday. Howard Passed away Sunday after being taken to a hospital in Kokomo and later removed to a private home in that city. The funeral will be held in Kokomo Tuesday and burial will be made in a cemetery there. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Eaton, of Alexandria were the over Sunday guests of Mrs. Gertrude Price. YOUNG LEADING MAN SAYS HIS BEST ROMANTIC ROLE IS THAT OF "THE SHEIK" Rudolph Valentino Delighted With the Character Protrayed by Him in Big Production to be Seen at the Royal This Week. That his role of the Saharran chieftain in "The Sheik," a picturization by George Melford for Paramount of the now famous novel of the same name which is the literary sensation of the current season, is the best of his screen career, is the opinion of Rudolph Valentino who, with Agnes Avres. Paramount star, is the featur Robert Winslow, employed by a drug company in Fort Wayne, is making a visit at his home here. With the latest telegraph instruments, it is possible to send twelve messages simultaneously over one wire. Paramount's California studio. "The scenes are as wonderful as they are stupendous and romantic." Miss Ayres was enchanted with her role the haughty English girl tamed by a masterful son of the desert, and by love. And now those who have seen the picture say those quoted are right for "The Sheik" is a remarkable production. "The U. P. Trail." A mighty sweeping romance of love, high adventure, and human emotion comes to the Royal theatre Tuesday in "The U. P. Trail," Benjamin B. Hampton's powerful production of Zane Grey's famous novel released by the W. W. Hodkinson Corporation. An extraordinarily large cast of well-known artists interpret the roles, including Robert McKim, Kathlyn Williams, Marguerite De La Motte, Joseph J. Dowling. Mrs. Lou Kimes and daughter Bonnie entertained Mrs. Clarence Kimes of Wabash Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless spent Sunday in Marion. OLA S. OATLEY ed nlaver in the production. It will Dr. Glen D. McAtee has been called to Woodville, O., by the serious illness of his mother. .Mrs. Harriett McAtet. Mrs. M. J. Schlagrenhaft and Deloras were in Marion Saturday. be shown at the Royal Theatre next Wednesday and Thursday for two days. "I know of no more colorful role than that of the Sheik in this tremendous picture production," he said during the filming of the photoplay in INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO, VOICE aud FIRST YEAR HARMONY Misses Mary and Marjorie spent Saturday evening in Lamonte Brown and family will gp to Marion tonight to attend the concert given by the Earlham Glee Club. Studio: Miss Velma Briles was the guest I of Miss Audrea Jones near Swayzee : Sundav. Claude Moon, who submitted to an operation for the removal of his tonsils last Thursday is reported to be doing nicely. 315 Sycamore St. Fairmount Mrs. James Howard only survived her husband by a few weeks, he having died at his home here in Fair- M(7 ! Miss Mildred Frazee of Anderson, j spent the week-end with Harriett Monahan. The condition of Cecil Couch, who is still in Grant county hospital, shows some improvement, inasmuch as the fever is now under control. R L THEATRE LaFRANCE SILK HOSE John Dare and family spent Saturday and Sunday in Elwood, the guests of relatives. t The Easter procram of the M. E. church will be given Sunday morning, April 16, immediately following the Sundav school services. j R. P. Lindsey and family spent , Sunday with Ab Jones and family 1 near Swayzee. $25.00 to'$40.00 Suits Made to your individual measure. Our guarantee Ginghams. Organdies, Linens and Latest Novelties in Waist Girdles at Mrs. Ella Patterson's Art Store Parisiana and Bon-Ton Corsets John II. Carson of the Drop Forge Company left Thursday on a trip covering ten days, during which time he will visit a number of the leading automobile distributors and Misses Harriett and Jennie Monahan and guest Mildred Frazee, spent Suday in Marion. Mrs. Elvie Swift was in Marion to spend the day with her James -Watt, who is very ill. of quality and price protects our customers. Order now for Easter. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) formerly c"cd bandy. Hence the parase to bandy words, or blows. TUESDAY, APRIL 11. ZAXE GREY'S Famous Work 'THE U, P. TRAIL" Featuring Roy Stewart and big supporting cast. Also Snub Polard Comedy and Pathe Review WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY APRIL 12-13 "THE SHEIK" Featuring Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayres. SATURDAY, APRIL 13. "THE WOMAN HE CHOSE" A wonderful story with human heart interest. From the book, The Girl from the Marsh Croft. Also Ben Turpi n Comedy Good Music by D. M. Headrick. Mrs. Roberts has returned from Richmond where she spent several days with her sister, Miss Marie Cassell who is ill at a hospital in Richmond. VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM STTICTLY THTOAT BLED PURE AND POTENT Mrs. Minnie Walpole, postmistress, will this week make her first semiannual inspection of the three rural ' free delivery routes out of Fairmount. Mrs. Walpole asks that all patrons !of the routes see that all mail boxes I bear the name of the owner in letters large enough to be seen from the middle of the road. Mrs. Kimes and daughter Miss Bonnie entertained at Sunday dinner the following! guests: Misses Mary Sample and Jessie Wright, Mrs. Effie Kimes and daughter Martelle. On an average the blood Sows 13 miles through the body in a day. Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times Phone Black 1802. H. D. WILSON, Rep. (j n There was born to Mr. and Mrs. Webster Ferree of Roseburg, on April 5 a baby boy. Mrs. Ferree prior to her marriage was .MSss Grace Dickey, a former Fairmount young lady. oyal Theatre Wednesday and Thursday HE HI IE fl IK" Mrs. Bruce LeRoy went to Marion Friday and on Saturday submitted to an operation for the removal of her tonsils at the home of her sister, Mrs. Sigafoose. Mrs. LeRoy is reported to be getting along fine. The Backbone of High Prices HAS TO BE BROKEN AND WE ARE GOING TO DO OUR BEST Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kimes were in Van Buren Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs, Erastus Hasty. Ed Lavall of HERE IS STARTER f7fa "On i 1 Michigan was also a guest at the Hasty home. While enroute Mr. and Mrs. Kimes spent some . time with ,11 Mrs. Linvall and Mrs. John Hender son at Upland. if j .. .. a;, m Principal Edgar L. Morphet of the Fairmount high school, spent Sunday at his home near Logansport. Sun day, Supt. Hamilton and Mrs. Hamil ton and Prof. T. B. Krouskup and wife and baby drove to the Morphet home and spent the day, all return 10c 5c 30c 5c 25c 50c 10c 15c 25c 25c 25c 5c 25c 39c 20c 25c 10c Large can Pet Cream, per can Small can Pet Cream, per can I Id Reliable Coffee, per pound Sweetheart Soap, per bar Y2 gallon Plow Boy Sirup, 1 gallon Plow Boy Sirup, Good Can Sweet Corn, Good Can Sweet Peas, Large can Dessert Peaches, per can Large can pie Apricots, per can 2 cans Armours Caked Beans, Search Light matches, per box, 6 large rolls Toilet Paper, Good Imperial Tea, per pound, Heinz's Best Sweet Pickles, per dozen, Good Luck Oleo, per pound, Best Apples, per pound, ing Sunday evening. CLEVER SMUGGLERS What is said to be one of the clev erest devices ever developed for smuggling was uncovered on Pudgiet sound recently by federal officers when a speedy power boat, believed for several months to be a success ful smuggler of illicit goods from Canada into the United States, was captured in the Lake Washington Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Valentino in a. Scene from the Paramount Picture 3hcSheikf. a George MelfordProduetion. ship canal at Seattle. It had been known for some time, federal officers state, that a dumping device was in use on some of the smuggling boats, says. Popular Mechanics Magpzine, but a complete outfit of this type had Come, Help Us Lower the High Price of Living. The Bee Hive Cash Store never before been captured. Along Shows each evening, at 7 and 9. Come early to be sure to get a seat. Music to correspond with picture by D. M. Headrick. with the seizure, more than $2,000 worth of contraband was taken, which !made it possible for the government to confiscate the boat.

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