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April 27, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS and children and Mr. and Mrs. Oren FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT The union regret losing her as leader, although her health will not permit. Mrs. Dickerson also has a S.unday school class of young men and women and feels the responsibility too great for both offices and nrefers to remain mricwiYKi were guests at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis near Summitville Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Van Tilburg of Elkhart and Mrs. Leah Millsnauh of near The Fairmount News Published on Mondays and Thursdays A . S. ROBERT, Editor and Publisher. Minnie McLucas Roberts. Associate. jher grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Leach, will finish the school term in Fairmount, Jennie Ailo u-hr, cf .K . v ,ennie A,'es w "ays with and Matthews, were the Sunday guests of ! with her class to which she is great-their mother. Mrs. Mary Hardesty, i b" attached. who recently returned to her home Mr. and Mrs. Zoma Fear of Indian-here from Logansport, where she had ' apolis, presented his aged parents, spent the winter with a sister. j Mr. and Mrs. George Fear, with a fine Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers and new kitchen range. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn were Marion ' Fear appreciated the gift very much, passed through that place Monday. Mr. and airs. John Allen of near Converse spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Allred and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Allred and Mr. Charlie Allred spent Sunday with, the latter's brother. Mr. Frank All-red at Mt. Etna. Miss Irene Edwards who taught school in Alabama the past winter is expected home scpn. Friday was the last day of school here. Patrons and friends enjoyed a basket dinner and a good program in the afternoon. Prayer meeting will be at the home Of John Devme Thursday night Miss Mildred Thomas will be leader Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howell and family entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Bennett Knight and family" Mr. and Mrs. Georirp TT Office: Main 265 Res., Main 107 TELEPHONES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year $1.50 Six months 90 (Outside Indiana.) One year $2.00 Six months 1.25 , ,c,t;r, expiration cf subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Fairmount, Ind., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. FAIRMOUXT CANDIDATES DESERVE HOME VOTES In our last issue we took occasion to refer to the candidacv of Mr. Lafe 1 Ribble for the republican nomination ! f j ! i j i i o eS. care 0t an Ple near Sun- and .and Mrs: Partridge and fon. Myn and Frak were Marion lsitors Saturday. . . . fi. aim irs. I taiiaz Attincnn omi children, were guests at dinner Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs Alva Dickerson va Mr. and Mrs. Nevin R W . Nevin Tr -T c, Ja a " jein. Jr., ere Saturday night vis- itors at Marion. Mr. and Mrs. John Kimmrfc f - - - "U oetnei atlended ser-ices at the M P church here Sunday. Also Mr. and" Mrs. Al Morman of the Kingslev neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ballard spent Sunday here the guests of the later's mother, Mrs. Jennie Crawford. Mrs. Clara Kierstead and daughter Dorothy and Miss Morman of Kings-ley spent S.unday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Willard Dickerson. erl Leach of Muncie, station agent for the C. & O. railroad company, spent Mionday with his parents here. Mr .and Mrs. B. T. Leach. The local elevator has bought a one -n, Lternatlonal sPeed truck which will be used by the company for delivering their products. Mrs. Clyde Caskey with a party of nve drove to Marion Friday. Ray Smith of Fairmount called on his parents, Sundav evening Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. txeorge Fear and family no Sundav afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. D K . ufi ,IU1C.V l onesooro. -Mr. an M aim .urs. Everett -Mills and dan?htpr -Mr. and Afrs. Holland Nottingham visitors jsunaay. Miss Ruth Llovd. Drimarv teacher. uir ...:u hi:.. t. i T ' Monday. i r.. t, - a VV alter Brewer of Dayton, O., who nas ?.een aoJn erovernment work, is SnTlrtlTlaP n four rlaTrc; witV V; spending a few days yfr and Mrs Frank T5 j iU J T ; ra1R K 5& C?"c,h' ho un rewer. underwent an or- eration at the Grant countv hospital at Marion has been brought back to nis nome, tnis oemg the second time . he has been taken there since he had double pneumonia several weeks ago, which left him in broken health with his lungs in a very bad condition. Mr. Couch is now slowlv improving. "The Fowlerton Flyers," the school baseball team went to the Pike school south of Fairmount Friday afternoon where they defeated the team there, the score being 26-3 in favor of the Flyers. The boys think they have the "real" team and expect to enter school next fall with a good team record. Much disappointment was manifest . Tuesday morning by many school children hre this being the last day of , school the teachers had planned to re-; tire from the school building at 10 : o'clock and take lunch to the woods. ! coming back to the school in the after-' noon. The rain spoiling their plans. At the meeting- of the local W. C. T. i U., which met Thursday afternoon at ! the home of Mrs. C. R. Partridge, , Mrs. Lena Dickerson resigned as president of the union. Mrs. Dickerson has ; been president the past three vears. 66' J- l . w . - "1U zamuy, ur. and Mrs. Charles Jones and son and Miss Fannie Spangler, Miss Sue Wood returned home Mc ler. Mon- day irom Mt. Ayr, where she school the past winter. taught Mrs. Margaret Thomas and daughter Helen are spending this week with: relatives in Marion. Rev. Winslow and Chester Davis attended the Earlham vs. Depauw track meet at Earlham Saturday. Mrs. Grant Barkdull and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick attended the Aron Worth, Little Ridge joint W. C. T. U., meeting at Little Ridge Thursday. A basket dinner was served at noon and Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley, state president of the W. C. T. U., gave an address in the afternoon. Misses Rose and Juanita Thomas spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Thomas. Robert Kirkpatrick spent Monday night with his uncle, Lindley Kirkpatrick. YOU CANT BURY AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THIS PAPER. THE, NEW S IS READ THROUGH. for county clerk, calling attention to ! Mr. and "Mrs Willard Dickerson the fact that every republican in the j called on Charlie Malone Monday. Mr. township should give Mr. Ribble his Malone remains in a critical condition. hearty support. "ll51 ReeVf5,5p55t th?""-- end at the home of Mr. Chas. Malone. It so happens that Fairmount town- ! Mrs. Kenneth Thomas who has been s.K.i has another candidate for the a gust at the home of her parents, same office. Mr. W. P. VanArsdall, Ir- aPd I- George Fear has re- , - .- - . turneii to her home in Indianapolis, seeking the nomination for county j Elder James Blair preached Satur-clerk on the democratic ticket. What ' dav afternoon and Sundav morninsr at jivirs. rear nas neen in very health for many years. poor The third quarterly conference of the M. P. church will be held at the church here on May 6 and 7. Elder Zeigler of the U. B. conference will assist Rev. Clyde Meadow, pastor of the local church, Saturday afternoon and night, also Sunday morning and evening. Quarterly license will be asked for two voumr I a 1 1 ! men irom Alexandria ana one young i lady. Rev. Ralph Richardson, former U. B. minister, announced to his friends here that he had joined the M. E. conference and had accepted a pastorate charge both at the Zion church south of here and also at Union. Elder Skinner of Elkhart will nreach at th Pn'mitivo Poniict and both, Sunday morning and evening. Dinner will be served in the basement of the church at the noon hour. Owing to the small pox situation at Summitville. the Rev. Everett Mills of the Wesleyan church preched both Sunday morning and evening at the local church. BACK CREEK U il Mr. and Mrs. Will KirRpatrick and sons Robert and Lloyd and Fred Howell motored to Orestes Sunday to see the path of the cyclone which for r The News said in reeard j a a i i x ; of republicans to support Mr. iviuuie. is equallv true as to the democrats of the township in giving their sup- port to Mr. Var.Arsdall on next Tuesday in the primary election. The following campaign and election af ter the nominations bv the primary io not enter into this It is presumed ihi I rr--dip! of the choice of the primaries, republicans and democrats alike will support their tickets, but some pride sr.d the fact that Fairmount township h?.s a just claim on the county for recognition in this election for county officers should be incentive enough for everybody to support his home candidate. Both Mr. Ribble and Mr. VanArsdall are deserving of the nominations they seek. After the nomination, then mav the best man win. i i j ' afe" bole 1. II ? OAK RIDGE f i! 'I ?v ! 8 WVL 4w is Clerk Conaety Will Run in Relay Race At Jonesboro Convention. JfOhn Langsdon, Delbert Mitchmer, Ernest Key and Howard Norton, re - mvspntativw nf C I? P.rfJM-. "Booster Class" wfil 2t Thl at Jonesbono on Thursday and Fridav of this week. The relay race will be held at tfc rlacn nf n, nrf; Thursday afternoon. - ' - . .V1IT .11L1UI1 WIS The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers left Early Tuesday morninc for Car- mol, their old home, and exneet to re- turn to their home here Friday. .nan) persons irom nere as well as thousands of others from all over the country visited the cyclone district Sunday and found the situation much worse to their minds than had been ir f , reported, especially in and around Wheeling. Miss Adaline Atkinson and Edith Caskey attended the W. C. T. U. Institute which was held at Little Ridge church Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley was speaker of the day. A contest was held, five countv sunerin- tendents narticmatins-. Mrs. Atk-in from the Fowlerton W. C. T. U. being the successful winner, her sub- I- Tc : T i i i i . - J-'1"1""- .Mr. ana .Mrs. uscar Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Norton. Mrs. Ray Langsdon. Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers, Mrs. Elizabeth Thorn, Miss Lacey Smith and 1 3 t - 1 r .i r T- i , . .Kia rurK K 01 me -u. t . cnurcn at- tended the S. S. Convention at the Friends church at Fairmount Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Richards enter- tained Rev. Ralph Richardson at din ner Sunday. Rev. Richardson, who now resides at Frankton. was a former pastor of the United Brethern 'church sid has many friends here, Miss Elsie Lees was a guest Sunday of Miss Lucile Richards. Afternoon callers at the Richards home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pearson of Fairmount. Mts. Reeder, Robert Reeder and daughter Dora, were visitors Saturday evening of Mrs. Hester Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Corn, Mr. and Mrs. John Corn. Will Corn and Iva j j and Marjorie Caskey were Marion ; visitors t riday. Ed Stagemoller and children Thel- ma and .Mildred and Cherry tmitn ; ; were in Fairmount Friday. j Miss Pearl Lynch of near Jones- j boro called on friends here Thursday i evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ballard of Jones- j boro were the guests of her mother, J Mrs. Jennie Crawford Thursday. Miss Lucile Richard has taken the place at the Leon Mayer grocery store recently vacated by Miss Clessie Bowers who resigned. Mrs. Creed Yarber of Indianapolis, with her little daughter, is spending the week at the home of her mother, Mrs, Mattie Caskey. Mrs. George Fear, who has been Mr. ard Mr5. j. G. Leach were Sundav at the home of Mr. j m t xV; " i TVtr-t Mrs. MauJ btreet called on Mrs. John Dome and daughters Florence and Fern Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nora Lindley was called to the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Scott, several miles west of here, who was very ill. John Crecraft and Myron Partridge spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. George Bannister at Fairmount. Dora Lee Crecraft, little daughter of Mrs. Bannister, who has been staying with I received over forty thousand votes in this district for Congressman at the election two years ago, and ran two thousand ahead of the Democratic National ticket. I believe the Democrats feel I am entitled to a renomination and that I can be elected in November. I hope my friends will not cease their efforts in my behalf until the ' ! in Vote For fli III II i , i ( ? ; U-- ,r.j&.&yg w i ! ' - 1 . Lrt : t A FOUR YEAR OFFICE QUALIFICANS: An honest, capable Business man. Twenty-five years a Republican voter and worker. Never held a political office. Fair and "Above Board" in all his dealings. Mrs. Margaret Thomas and daughter Helen srer.t the week-end with h; r sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wir.und Ihonias. Mr. ar.d Mis. Elwood Garner and Esther Mae called on their daughter, -Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry of Marion Sunday. Mrs. Cletis Brown and daughted, Mrs. Geo. T. Word, are spending the week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Doherty. Helen and Foge Thomas called on Doloras ar.d Robert Holloway Saturday morning. Eldridge Garr.er called on Phillip ( or.ert Sr.-,1av nfrprr.on r,Mr; s; M5- GrPe Bwn and. Charles hite called on Mr. and Mrs.! A. B. Fphertv Sunday. t Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hollowav and 4. w ..il Mr. ar.d Mrs. Winforl Thomas and son Roger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Byrcn Thomas of Marion. Mr. r.nd Mrrs. Morton Whybrew and family. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Davis and daughters, Frances and Elis. Misses Mildred Scott, Jennie Cobert went to see the cyclone scenes about Orestes Sunday afternoon, family called on Mrs. Anna Haislev and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse on Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. B, day. Mr. Bertha Mcon Haisley called Doherty Mon- and children, Mrs. Emma Moon called on Mrs. Anna Mrs. Lula Thomas and son Roger called on Mrs. Clara Holloway and son Robert Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and daughter, Mary Catherine called on Mr. and Mrs. Ike Moon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Moon entertained Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hodson of Maple Run, Mrs. Emma Moon and grandchildren Sunday. Misses Mildred Scott, Jennie Cobert called on Misses Frances and Elxis Davis Sunday. Mrs. Emma Moon and two grandchildren are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Moon. Miss Grace Little spent the weekend with Miss Florence Cox. Mrs, J. C Holloway, in the afterr,-on thev went to see the cyclone scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Orange Prine, daugh te E : a. son Clyde, went to Orestes ti s.o the cvclone scenes, Sunday af tcrr.ocn. Fiances Davis, Florence Doherty, Doloras Holloway, Mildred Scott, Riley Scott, Walter Whybrew, Wayne Haisiev and Harold todykoontz, with their teacher Miss Florence Cox. vis ited the Fairmount academy Tuesday. Oak Ridge school closed Friday and a proeram was given Friday nieht. Misses Luella Garner, Edna Prine, Messrs Eldridge Garner, Clyde Prine attended a banquet at the Fairmount academy Monday night. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express sincere thanks j to our many friends for their kindness j end r-rnpathy in our bereavement in the To s of our father, John Hasty; also 5-.- the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. William Weirauch, j ! ! Ribble desires office for one keeping ONLY Lafe Iteran of witth the 4 years Republican in. precedent. NO. 26 ON THE BALLOT Play SafeVote for Lafe Eugene Hasty. primary is closed. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless were in I Saml. E. Cook. Indianapolis Wednesday.

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