The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on April 24, 1922 · Page 2
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, April 24, 1922
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'I THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS - . I : - ler Sunday School Ancil Ratliff and rxxxxxxxxxxx: m The Fairmount News thlished on Mondays and Thnrrfaya Clarkson Gates. TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY LOCAL EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS OF TWO DECADES AGO S TOLD BY THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS, AND GLEANED FROM THE FILES OF THE PAPER FOR PRESENT DAY REMINISCENT READERS, A . S. ROBERT, j Editor and Publisher. Minnie McLocas Roberts. Associate. ! Office: Main 265 Res., Main 107 TELEPHONES Wednesday nigtit the Odd Fellows received a visit from the deputy grand 8:00 Address, "The Religious Nature of Children Miss Young. 8:20 Solo Miss Adela Stephens, soloist First U. B. Church, Marion. Address, "Problems of AdministrationsRev. O. B. Moore. 9 :00 Adjournment. Friday Morning, April 28. 9:00 Song service. Devotionals, C. McCrocklin, pastor Swayzee St. U. B. church, Marion. 9:15 Short talks by every pastor present. 10:00 Reports of Township Presidents. 10:30 Divisional conferences: 1, Children's division, Miss Young. 2, Young people's division. Mr. Miller. nouncornent Of New Battery Service Station U. . L. Storage Batteries We are glad to announce to the trade that we have just recently been made distributors for the U. S. L. Storage Batteries. The U. S. L. Batteries need no introduction as they stand for the highest attainment in Storage Battery Construction and are world renowned for their service. We are equipped to render every kind of battery service to our customers, including recharging, rebuilding, etc. We can prevent much of your battery troubles through our Free Inspection and Battery Service. H H M SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One pear $1.50 Six months .90 (Outside Indiana.) One year $2.00 Six months 1.25 All subscriptions payable strictly in advance; paper diseountinued at expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. instructor. Mrs, L, E. Tigner of Anderson and Mrs. L. E. Nolder will visit friends in Matthews today. The new pas well just completed by Rau Brothers near the Big- Four track back of the electric light plant has filled with salt water. The improvements that are being-made in Fairmount are the most substantial in years past. No town in j 3, Adminstration conference. Rev. O. with unabated interest. Wednesday and Thursday nights the tabernacle was crowded as usual. Mrs. Emery Carpenter is getting along nicely and will soon be entirely recovered. This afternoon a large number of Academy students took the 1 o'clock car for Westfield, accompanied by the two contestants Ray Carter and Hat-tie Sugart from the academy. Two large banners were attached to the sides of the car and a large American flag floated from the rear. Glenn Howell, one of the bright young men of Fairmount, will this evening take the double degree of M. D. and "M. M.," the latter standing, for married man. Shortly before the graduation exercises of the India Entered as second-class matter at the postef?.ee at Fairmount, Ind., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. Grant county is building up as solidly and permanently. E.O. Ellis Auto Supply Co. WHY FAIRMOUNT IS FOR LAFE RIBBLE Political precedent may determine the race for office of county clerk be Mrs. Jack Maloy was in Muncie Tuesdav. tween S. A. Cornellv and Lafe Ribble. STORAGE BATTERIES Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing Mrs. Ida Gates who was operated me rrecr.t m.acr ot tnjs is i ;. -.- i i W. V. Fowler, Mr. Pfcone 226 M na Medical college at Indianapolis which Mr. Howell is attending, he and Miss Louise Amelia Bruning of Ev- ansvillle, another student at the Indiana Medical college, will be mar ried. Together they will go to the seeking to secure it for another four - years which is not custorr.ary in the ' Robert, young son of John Davis parlance of political circles. Never f and wife is quite sick with the meas-has this precedent been broken in the les. history of Grant county politics and i . jhis fact favvrs Lafe EitHe to sue- Robert Brothers have moved into ceed the present incumbent. "I want the Bryan property on North Main office f cr four years ar.d four years street, only" doclares Mr. Ribble, who is a j successful Fairmount business man.! John Duncan returned Wednesday Mr. Ribble is well known throughout j frym Alabama, While there he purine entire county. He has never heldchased 100 acres of land and n an elective or appointive office of any ' move there this f a11- commencement where they will receive their diplomas and degrees of u. moo re. 11:30 Address, "Pastor's Responsibility as an Educational Director" Rev. O. B. Moore. 12:00 Intermisrsion. Friday Afternoon 1:15 Song service. Devotionals, Rev. G. Raymond Booth, pastor Second Friends church, Marion. 1:45 Address. "The Sunday School and the Church" Rev. J. O. Campbell, pastor of the PL Isabel Methodist church. 2:00 Address, "The Children's Division Policy and Promotion" Miss Young. 2:30 Address, "The Working Tools of Our Profession" Mr. Miller. 3:00 Divisional conferences. 1, Children's division, Miss Young. 2, Young people's division, Mr. Miller. 3,Adult and administration, Rev. O. B. Moore. 4:00 Address, "The Point of View of a Sunday School Superintendent" Frank Mullen. 4:20 Address, Rev. O. B. Moore. 4 :45 Intermission. Friday Evening. 7:15 Song service. Devotionals, Rev. W. Smith Harper, pastor of the Jonesboro M. P. church. Report of county secretary, Mary E. Hays. Report of county president, Colver P. Ryan. Report of committee on nominations Clare L. Bromley, pf Marion, chairman. 7:45 Male Quartet. Address, "The Task," Mr. Miller. 8:10 Address, "How to Organize a Sunday School efficiently" Rev. O. B. Moore. 9:00 Song, "Tin We Meet Again." M. D. They expect to go to New Mexico where they will open an office for the general practice of medicine. Mrs. Horace Nelson of Wintersett, la., is visiting H. M Nelson and wife FRANK SIMMONS, Jr. REPUBLICAN FOR AUDITOR OF GRANT COUNTY. kind, lears of clerical work and business experience have fitted him for the office of clerk. The revival meetings conducted by Evangelist W. A. Sunday continue of this city. Convention Held At Jonesboro "Fairmount has voted every one else j into and has rt held a major ' in Grant county for 40 years," j says Mr. Ribble. "Now that Far-mount wants an office let all support Farrr.our.t. One grood turn deserves another. 1 (Continued from Page One) convention. Discussion of three the Rev. W. E. Moore, pastor First Christian church, Marion. 2:20 Divisional conferences. 1 Children's division. Miss Young. 2 Young People's division. Mr. Miller. 3 Adult and administration, Rev. O. B. Moore. 3:30 "House to House Visitation" Rev. Edgar Moore, of Jonesboro M. E. church. 3:45 Address, "How to Organise a Sunday School effieientlv Rev. O. tj g , , recommendations of the count v presi- rnmary lOnteSt jdent, Colver P. Ryan: Maopinrr lLQ Fl ' lm A county-wide system of vaca-lieanng ine miCTtien Bible schools for a few weeks an ex-service man ,taxr ete Best Interest of the people and the tax-payers. CAPABLE AND QUALIFIED VOTE FOR SIMMONS TUESDAY, MAY 2. during summer, located at Swayzee, bweetser. Upland, Matthews, Van his Buren, Jonesboro, Fairmount, GasiB Moore. (Continued from Page One) the goerr.r.ier.t. In announcing withdrawal, Mr. Tukey said: '"The generous support given all over the county is greatly j City, and other points, including three me schools in Marion. ap-, 2. Township Sunday school insti- is A comedy of excellent quality 'Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford." NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING QUICK RESULTS s 4:15 Half-mile relay race, open to any church or Sunday school in Grant county for boys under 16 years of age on day of race. Winning team will be awarded loving cup now held by First Christian Sunday school, Marion, to be retained permanently by team winning it two years in succession. George B. Jones, physical director of the Marion Y. M. C. A., is the referee and starter. Thursday Evening. 7:30 Song service. Devotionals, Rev. Adelbert Wood. 7:45 Dialogue, "The Punkin Hol preciated, and I thank my friends and tutes. supporters ar.d assure them I always ; 3. Community training school, will remember what they have be 12:00 Appointment of committees doing in my behalf." i and announcements. His withdrawal leaves the sheriff's j Thursday Afternoon race between Arthur E. Shugart and- 1:30 Song service. Devotionals, Jacob Campbell. He is the second Rev. H. F. Iliff, pastor of Hanfield to abandon the primary, Amos Ban- j Methodist Protestant church. nister, well-known and prominent j 1:45 Address, "Proper Values farmer, having given r.p some time j Mrs. N. B. Leslie, pastor of Gas City ago because of the condition of his I Baptist church. ea!th- 2:00 Address, "The Teacher" M M M f M M H H M M M in ir airmount township the race for the nomination for county clerk is of especial interest, the township notic: VOTE FOR J. W. WESTFALL FOR County Commissioner, 2nd District ON TUESDAY, MAY 2. Photographs of Many People Are Being Secretly Taken furnishing a candidate on both tickets, Lafe Riltle seeking the Republican nomination, while ex-Postmaster W. P. VanArsdall is a candidate for the Democratic nomination. Mr. Ribble has been making a vigorous and active campaign, and the fact that he made such an excellent race four years ago. and the further fact that his opponent, S. A. Connelly, has had the off ce one term, are said to be in Ribble's favor. Many of the voters of the county have expressed them- : selves as opposed to establishing the precedent of a second term. Mr. Rib- H N M H H M 'in im " i i i hi ti fl In This Locality lie is making: his campaign on the : SS?S?SSSSSS2S5SA?8Sa Q Why? platform of "one term only." Mr. j J Connelly is bairr his claim for re- ' i nomination and election on his record ! jb in ofSce, which has been, all concede, I a most excellent one. Pre-election ; predictions, however, are that Ribble ! will be the winner in the primary. Mr. ; S VanArsdall, on the Democratic side, is said by his friends, to already have ! ij 1 1 WATCH MARION K RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA the nomination "sewed up." Saturday was the first day in which absent ballots could be cast, and numbers of them were received at the office of the county clerk in Marion. Phone 246 Sundays by Appointment n k4 Mrs. Will Jones spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Indianapolis. S2SSS8KSSSSK2VS W X X X X X X Y T T T- T T Y T Y Y T Y W W W W WWW rTr 1.1 , . 1 - . mCKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Sughroe It Might Have Been Worser iff v c NeVt Me jzes- (5ukvj& ow pk uiu- umie h --- --t ri fe- Refers. ' tbwovi? ( roTUm' VwOi' tere's paw will hkfta. ip; pirn i MeJ r1 s Tv. Yi Um I Lbuhmuaudusev gr

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