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April 17, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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Tim FAIRMOUNT NEWS Ambition is no cure for love, butj love is a great spur to ambition. You will want to see Conway Tearle in The Road of Ambition at the Royal Tuesday night. Special Pricesf orthis Month BARRETT RETURNED TO UPLAND CHURCH Trinity Church at Elkhart Bids High For Rev. M. E. Barrett Upland Gets Him It developed through a letter writ One 25c Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic free with 50c tube Klenzo Dental Creme Mrs. E. A. Lindsey will come to the home of Mrs. Charles Haugh this week and will be here all week continuing her course of instruction on beauty culture. One 50c box Alma Zada Face Powder Free with 60c jar Arbutus Complexion Cream ten to The Community Courier that Trinity M. E. church, Elkhart, was bidding for Rev. M. E. Barrett of Up land. This church was represented Molasses Peanut Crisps at the North Indiana Conference by per pound 29c Mrs. E. M. Laffler, who was called to Ntles, Mich., by the serious illness of Mr. Laffler's mother, has returned home. The condition of Mrs. Laffler, senior is considerably better. a committee who went before the Dis Jmistfc a Few Of the new things that we are showing this week. BELTS, BEADS, LACE COLLARS, COLLAR LACE FRONTS and GLOVES. If you want the Latest Styles in Gloves we have them. The Bee Hive Cash Store Cadet Chocolate Almonds per pound 59c Goodform Hair Nets, Single Mesh, 3 for 25c 60c Rexall Kidney Pills 39c 60c Lord Baltimore Linen.. 39c 55c Cascara Tablets 23 C Cadet Vanilla Ice Creams per pound 49c Cadet Peanut Clusters per pound 49c 3 A1J alumni of the high school are urgently requested to meet at the high school building Tuesday night, April 18, at 7:45. Lee M. Roberts, President. Edna Gregg, Secretary. The Pioneer Drug Store trict Superintendent three different times and the Bishop and pressed their claim for him and they agreed to fix the salary at $3,000. Concerning Rev. Barrett's return to Upland the Community Courier has this to say: The people of Upland are greatly rejoiced over the return of Rev. Barrett. Although a number had signed k petition askingi for his return, and almost everyone in town ardently wished his return, there were very few who entertained any hopes of having this wish gratified. It was an open secret that one of the largest churches in the conference was making a bid for him and the bishop had even intimated that Rev. Barrett was dm- for a change. However, "things The Rexall Store. The News is in receipt of a cardi from Rev. and Mrs. J. Frank Harbi-' Xen H. Edwards, Mg r. son who have closed their engagement in Grafton, W. Va., and will be home the first of this week, probably If you want All Leather Shoes wehave them. STAR BRAND WELL KNOWN LADY DIES AT JONESBORO. Mrs. Ellen Wright, a well known lady of Jonesboro, dropped dead Wed nesday of last week while at her R L took a twist' some way and the big work. Mrs. Wright had been in her Prof. Edgar L. Morphet, principal of the high school, spent the weekend at his home near Loganspprt. Prof. Morphet will leave Fairmount next Friday and will make a brief visit at his home, leaving Saturday for Chicago, from which place he will start on his journey for the THEATRE David G. Lewis has returned from Indianapolis with a truck Joad of trees. church didn t get Barrett, and we did. His many friends here would fr.el quite indignant over the way Rev. Barrett was treated in the matter if it were not for the fact that it brought him back here ag;ain, and they just usual health and was doing her spring house cleaning. She was taking the paper off the wall preparatory for the paper hangers, when bending forward, she sudenly fell to the floor, death coming immediately. Her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Bengo of Marion, was with her and called a physician who pronounced death due to apoplexy. The funeral was held Saturday morn- .Miss Emma Huston who is teaching at Akron, 0, spent the week end with relatives here. TUESDAY, APRIL 18 CONWAY TEARLE IN "Road of Ambition" Also Snub Polard Comedy "JOY RIDERS" and Pathe Review can't feel real sorry for anything that insulted in that. t The Mayflower Market will have for sale Friday morning a direct shipment of fresh fish. GREEN TOWNSHIP SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVETNION. Mrs. John A. Osborn, 62 years of age, died last evening at her home, First and Sycamore strets, following an acute illness of about two months with heart trouble. She is survived by a husband. Funeral services will be conducted from the residence Monday afternoon at two o'clock and burial will be made at Park ; ing at 10 o'clock. Green .township held its Sunday school convention Sunday afternoon at Point Isabel and a splendid program was given as follows: Get fresh fish at the Mayflower Market for your Friday dinner. These are shipped direct and are fresh. Music, Jones Chapel orchestra; 3ong, congregation; invocation, Rev. Mullikin; music, Pt Isabel orchestra; report from secretary, Judith In the cementation piocess of sinking mine shafts through water-bearing grounds, holes are first drilled in a circle around the proposed location of the shaft. Cement and water are injected into the holes with a force pump. The cement spreads through the loose ground, and on setting, forms a water-tight wall, inside of which At the Liberty township Sunday Mr. ar.d Mrs. Andrew Weyler, entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MJayer and family of Fowlerton as Sunday guests. j school convention which was held last jweek at Oak Ridge the following of THURSDAY, APRIL 20 HARkY CAREY IN "THE W0LL0P" Also Century Comedy "DUMB BELL" SATURDAY, APRIL 22 LESTER CUNEO IN Ann McGraw; "Loyalty of Church to the Sunday School," Rev. Lucas; j song, Bryant Sisters; "Relation of I ficers were elected to serve during" the coming year: Chairman, Mrs. J. B. Whiteley; vice-chairman, Rev. Joseph M. Davis; secretary -treasurer, Miss Pauline Ratliff. The fallowing division superintendents were also ap- Miss Mary Hosier returned to her home near Fairmount, Wednesday, after a few months stay here. Carthage Citizen. Superintendent to the Sunday School" j tne snatt can be sunk without diffi-Rev. Mullikan; song, "Jesus Lovejcuty" Me," Beginners Primary and Juniors, I -mrTTTT TTT'Tmr' led bj D. L. Johns; solo, D. L. John; j sxSsssSS W. G. Wood and wife, who spent the Pointed: Adult division , James jneeay; loung peoples division, Lr- i The Masked Avenger I winter with relatives near Cleveland, have returned to their home on South Walnut street. nest Harrold; church division, Miss Florence Cox; administration, E. B. Harvey and educational, A. E. Ratliff. Missionary h orK in ine Jsunaay School, Rev. J. O. Campbell; song, "America the Beautiful," Intermedi-1 ares; solo, Mrs. Basil Matchette; mu- sic, Jones Chapel orchestra; address, i Rev. McCrocklin; round table discus- j SKn; music, Pt. Isabel orchestra; ! Also Cemedy with Norma Tal-madge "JEANET OF THE CHORUS" AGRICULTURAL MEETING TO BE HELD AT EAST BRANCH Ed Elliott and family of Muncie, Miss Glen Moon and Miss Cornelia McCombs spent Sunday with Mrs. Robert Moon of Hackleman. benediction. The regular meeting of Fairmount unit of the Grant County Agricultural Association will be held at East S25.00 to$40.00 Suits Made to your individual measure. Our guarantee of quality ar.d price protects our customers. Order no-.v for Easter. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) ' Et-T7gi,'t--ii fy-YVvs. x J - nicM,nt jk v r L Z J, For Sale By f HIGH SCHOOL PLAY AT SUMMITVILLE. Fairmount high school students, accompanied by their orchestra, will Mrs. Sarah Mart has rented the Xina Davis property on West First street, Mrs. Davis reserving, one room in which to store her goods. ; Branch school house Wednesday eve- ining at 7:30 o'clock. The program come to Summitville on Wednesday : u. e m. . mi I DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Hours 8 to 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m iuiil ui ntxi wees, to present men play, "Mr. Easyman's Niece." It was given with signal success at Fair- Kelly & Son -:- PHONE 275 -:- A. B. Smith of Kokomo has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Mrs. James Howard whose death occurred last week in Kokomo. mount a few nights ago, and is of j particular interest here by reason of ' m , var 0PLE will begin with a business session promptly at the time designated, in which a discussion of the stock yards nd the twine proposition will be taken up. Music will be furnished by Brown brothers of Fairnvmnt, Clyde Dean and Dan Payne. Clyde Helms will give a talk on "Agricultural Extension" followed by a question box. Basil Underwood will talk on "The Latest Methods and Results of Fertilizing Corn." L. L. Needier, county president will talk on the accomplishment of the Grant County Agricultural Association. The meeting will be presided over by Joseph A. Holloway. A few who run Ambition's rapid course are exempt from disappointment and disgrace. Bill Matthews was no exception. At the Royal Tuesday night. EX DAINTY LINGERIE OW KN its having been directed by Supt. Mullins. The pnaceeds of the entertainment will be divided on a fifty-fifty basis between the Junior class, to help it in meeting its commencement week expenses, and the fund to complete the payment for the moving picture machine in the school. For this reason it is expected that there will be a liberal patronage. The Fairmount high schol orchestra has played here several times before, and its coming will add to the pleasure of the show. Summitville News. Edgar M. Baldwin was in Van Wednesday of last week. Lingerie Charmeuse for the combination suits and gowns, also for the underslip for the dainty c andie dress. Orgiandies in all the latest spring shades that will retain their permanent finish after repeated launderings. Starch unnecessary. Mrs. Kline returned to Fairmount, Tuesday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Everard Johnson and little son, who are making a few day's visit. Carthage Citizen. R. C Shoffner spent the week-end with his family in Greensburg. PARlSIANA and JUrc f PatterOfl La FRANCE BON-TON CORSETS 11 11 -lia I ailCISUHO SILK HOSE ART STORE A. J. Weyler, who Is a student at the University of Illinois, was home for a brief visit- Relatives have received word from Mrs. Luella Mittank, who spent the winter in California and who is en-route home, that she is stopping over a week in Chillicothe, 111., and expects to be in Fairmount within a week or ten days. Prof. Edgar L. Morphet had as his guest last week his cousin. Miss Lois Stackhouse of Warsaw. VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM , Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley, president of the state W. C. T. U. will be present Thursday evening at the Friends church and will speak on "The Issues The Road of Ambition" is often hard and uphill. See Conway Teale at the Royal Tuesday night. PRESBYTERIANS HOLD ELECTION AT MATTHEWS. Matthews Presbyterian church held their annual election of elders and trustees at a meeting last week as follows: Fletcher C Miller and George G. Garretson, elders, who will be ordained by the pastor, Rev. Edgar L. Williams, and the members of the session, Charles Byall, Mark Benbow, Noah Reasoner and David Reeves. This gives the church a session of six elders. The new trustees to be installed are Frank Smiley, Earl Browning, Charles Byall and L. G. Gossett, who with John Sanders and F. C. Miller compose the board of trustees. John Sanders, who has served as treasurer of the church for the past forty years, was re-elected and highly commended by a unanimous vote of the congregation for his faithful services. AMOMA GIRLS AT EASTER PARTY. Miss Lillian Dunbar was hostess to the Amoma Girls Friday evening at her home on Second and Vine streets. The business session was in charge of the president, Mass Maude Corbin and Miss Lucia Parrill conudcted a bible drill relating to passion week. The social hours following were full of the spirit of Easter, in fact it was an Easter party, the decorations, contests, music, etc, being full of Easter suggestions. Miss Mable Ackerman was the winner in the eg contest, the prize being a decorated Easter basket filled with Easter Eggs. A dainty two-course luncheon was served. of the Day." Not only the members Miss Phyllis Valentine of Indianapolis was the over Sunday guest of Misses Merle and Hazel Smith. of the local W. C T. U. but every one interested, are cordially invited to be oresent. Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsey and Mr. and Mrs. D. 2A. Headrick were over Sunday guests of friends in Phone Black 1802. H. D. WILSON, Rep. M. SL Myers and wife of Indianapolis, Walter Myers, wife and two children of Kokomo and Milton Myers and wife of Russiaville, who were here to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. George Powers, have returned to their respective homes. Fred Langsdon and wife came over from Indianapolis to spend Easter with his mother Mrs. Mattie Langs ANOTHER BARGAIN Dr. and Mrs. George McCaskey were the over Sunday guests of Mrs. Ella Patterson, Mrs. Ida Heck and other relatives. House Paint; Any Color. Guaranteed to be Pure Linseed Oil and White Lead, for $2.00 per gallon. This Paint is Guaranteed for 5 Years, you to be the judge. Sold by BUSINESS GIRLS CLUB DINE AT HIGH SCHOOL. The Business Girls Club will have their regular monthly meeting) on Tuesday night of this week. They will be entertained at dinner at the high school, the domestic science students having charge. After dinner the club will meet in one of the rooms of the vocational department and spend the rest of the evening. The committee in charge of this entertainment is composed of Miss Indus Peirce, Miss Addie Leach and Miss Bobbie Weyler. Virgil Hearne and Tef Pace have returned home from Camp Sherman vocational training school which is operated by the government. E. H. PARKER Fairmount, Ind. Phone 6 or 102. TOWNSHIP S. S. CONVENTION AT FRIENDS CHURCH. Fairmount township Sunday school convention will be held at the Friends church, Fairmount, Sunday afternoon April 23, at 2:30 o'clock. An invitation is extended tp all to attend. Program Song Congregation Music Sunday school orchestra Devotional Rev. David S. Jones The Sunday School and the Church OL Chasey, Marion Young People in Christian Service W. C. Corryell, Marion Cornet Solo Miss Syble Kramme Oportunities of the Adult Bible Class .Will Jones, Fairmount Service Through the Cradle Roll ...Mrs. Clyde Partridge, Fpwierton Quartet Methodist S. S. Reports. Superintendent Brock of the Sweet-ser schools is quoted as saying that he is glad Fairmount academy was given the sectional meet this season concluding with "We have some runners in oar school that will make the section sit up and take notice of Sweetser. J,ust watch our speed." Mrs. Vergil Arnett and daughter of Caroline, S. D., are visiting Mrs. Lon Hill of South Walnut street. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Arnett are sisters-in-law and this is the first time they have ever met, although this relationship has extended over a number of years. Mrs. Arnett states that they have had a very severe winter in the Dakotas, the snow being two feet dee on a level most of the winter and frozen so hard that the stock coulJ travel on its surface. Miss Ethel .Smiley, who has been in 01 health for some time, left last week for Boulder, Colo., where it is thought the climate will materially improve Iter condition. FAIRMOUNT GIRL TO STUDY ABROAD. Miss Lucile Hiatt, who has been teaching in Philadelphia for the past thiee years will leave in June for France where she will take a course in French at the University of FAIRMOUNT NEWS Want Adv.'o will sell that stuff in your attic Two new gjirls. Miss Oma Cl&c'd of JIuncie and Miss Esther Mendenhall, have been taken on at the local telephone exchange preparatory to becoming operators.

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