The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on May 1, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, May 1, 1922
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s THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Tickets to the Academy Musical 25c ! Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Morris and son William visited relatives in Pendleton Sunday. IMPROVED NEW VICTOR RECORDS FOR MAY ON SALE TODAY ROADS OME DAY Mr. and Mrs, Will Jpnes motored to Indianapolis this (Monday) morning and will return this evening. TRAFFIC CENSUS FOR ROADS You. will find this month's offerings unusually attractive. We will be glad to play them for you. On approval after the fifth of the month. The Pioneer THE REXALL STORE. Drug Store XEN H. EDWARDS, Mgr. We are going to have nice weather, then you will clean house. When you do, you may find that you will want some new curtains. If you do, we have them. Leroy Shrontz -: WILL GIVE AWAY :- The Bee Hive Cash Store Choice of over 100 nieces worth over two dollars worth of groceries. Pric z. mi as Low AI T ANY Some day you may need a pair of good all leather Shoes. If you do, we have them: STR BRAND EVERYTHING FOR THE BABY ORDERS TAKEN FOR COMPLETE LAYETTES Ladies' Underwear PARISIANA and jrS. Flla PatterSOU LaFRANCE BON-TON CORSETS railCISUI SILK HOSE RT STORE VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times Phone Black 1802. H. Order that SuitNow $25.00 to $40.00 Suits Mr.Je 10 ycur individual me.u-are. Our guarantee of 0. i.i'.ity and price protects our customers. Ord?r ;i.nv for Easter. RIBBLE BROS. (of course) John Trfiine of Marion was the guest of F'joyd Hayden for the weekend. Mrs. Edith Bevington and sister, Mrs. William Sinclair, wer.t to Mont-pelier Friday ;.nd returned Saturdav. m v v ROOF PAINTING If your iron roof needs painting let us do it for you. We use the best of paint and do not put any oil, gasoline or lamp black in it. And we will guarantee it to stay on. We will paint your roof and you can pay for it when you are satisfied. Black paint put on complete for 75c per square, and Red paint S1.00 per square. Motorists on Connecticut-Massachusetts State Line Contribute Much Information. (rrepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Thirty thousand motorists who were stopped on the Springfield-Hartford road at the Connecticut-Massachusetts state line have contributed valuable information to the bureau of public roads. United States Department of Agriculture, which, when analyzed, will assist the department to determine more rational methods of road design to meet varying traffic needs. The motorists were counted in the first traffic census to give complete information ever undertaken by the bureau. The work was done in colouration with state highway departments of Massachusetts and Connecticut, and will W duplicated in the near future elsewhere. It was taken between August 16 ami 29, covered 146 day hours ani2t? night hours, and result--;! in accurate records concerning oO,K."l vehicles. For passenger cars this information covers type, make, number of passengers, time, direction, starting point and destination. The state authorities recorded, in addition, license numbers and engine Information. The Building Federal-Aid Roads Steam Roller Does Rapid Work. work was handled so expeditiously that the average stop lasted only 15 seconds. Trucks were stepped somewhat longer 1K seconds for south-hound and :.7 seconds for north-bound vehicles I eing the average. Truck drivers were asked to give, hi addition to the information obtained in the case f passenger cars, capacity, driver's estimate of length and frequency of trip, kinds of loads carried, location of consignor and consignee. ltoadside f-alos specially placed, took required weight d;.ta, and observers ascertained tht speed of trucks. Motorcycles and horse-drawn vehicles also were included in the census. The data thus obtained are being analyzed, and will he used, in connection with information obtained from experiments on impact of trucks and effect of impact on pavement, to -irsign better roads. FORMER FAIRMOUNT GIRL TO TEACH IX ILLIXOIS.SCHOOL A clipping from a paper published at Mantem, 111., gives the following concerning Prof. Glen Bartle and wife. Mrs. Bartle is well known in Fair-mount, having formerly lived here: Prof. Glen Bartle has been engaged to superintend the public schools at Manteno, 111., next year. He has already signed the contract for next year at quite an increase in salary over the position he is holding this year at Chillicothe, 111., as principal. As superintendent of the Manteno schools the opportunity broadens for better and greater success in the educational profession. As a graduate of our own S. H. S. every one feels proud of his career as an educator. His young wife, Mrs. Wanda Bartle, will be a co-worker this winter having been secured as a member of the Manteno High School faculty. Glen is the only son of Rev. and Mrs. W. Bartle. He graduated from Indiana University last year. FOWLERTON W. F. M. S. MEETS WITH MRS. LEACH. The W. F. M. S. of the M. P. church at Fowlertion will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Leach. There will be a short program and it being the time for the egg shower, request is made that all of Tuesday's eggs be brought to the meeting Wednesday afternoon. Reports of the branch meeting will also be given at this time by Miss Smith and Miss Leach. Leaders of the meeting will be Mrs. Dickerson, Mrs. Bone and Miss Jones. A Moor regards it as a great sin to cut bread with a knife, declaring j that the hands were given to break it. Itt fir? vm Miss Mary Sample was in Marion Sunday the guest of Robert Cowan, principal of the Horace Mann school, and wife. As a tribute of respect, all business houses closed their doors during the funeral of Mrs. Jenette Galloway this morning. The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Henry Barber Thursday afternoon at 2 1 o'clock. j Mrs. Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn and Victor Love attended the concert given by The Buoys' Band at Marion ' Thursday night. j Miss Helen Hahne came home from ! Logansport for an over Sunday visit Jwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry i Hahne of Henley avenue. j Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs, Miss Cornelia McCombs and J. T. McCombs I spent Sunday at Hackleman, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc-I Combs. O. E. Curless and wife entertained the following guests at Sunday dinner: Ross Leisure and family of La-fontaine, Howard Coats and family of Sycamore and Mrs. Angie Curless of Swayzee. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Winn and daughter of Hartford City, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ribelin of Upland and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ribelin of Fairmount spent 5-unday afternoon with Mrs. H. E. Pavne and familv. Tickets on sale for Academy Music- al at the Bee Hive Cash store. i S. S. Convention A Great Success (Continued from Page One) S.chool association for the coming ear. uiner omcers eitctea were as follows: First vice-president, Arthur Walton, MarVn, R. R. Second vice-president. Rev. G. Ray-mand Booth. Marion. S i Third vice-president. Rev. Martin L. Grant, Marion Fourth vice-president, Charles F. iCoxell, Marion, R, R, Secretary-treasurer, Mary E. Hays. Marion. Divisional superintendents were chosen as follows: Children, Mrs. Frank Smith. Jtonesboro; Young Peo-jple. Mrs. J. B. Whiteley; Adult, John A. Peterson. Swayzee; Administration, W. C. Coryell; Education, Miss Ella Brewer. A four-fold program was unani-i mously adopted by the convention as reported by resolutions committee at the closing session of the convention .on Friday night, subject to the approval of the Grant County Minister-: ial Association. The four-fold program as recom-! mended by the retiring county presi- dent, Colver P. Ryan, who asked to be relieved after a service of two years lis as follows: 1, County wide house to house visitation campaign some jtime next fall for all communities in Grant county including the city of Marion but excluding Jonesboro where a similar survey was recently made. 2, County wide system of vacation bible schools. 3, Community training school located in Marion. 4, Town-i ship Sunday school institutes, "Nothing t,o be done that is worth while that can not be done through the channels of the Sunday school and church," declared Rev. J. C Campbell, pastor of the Pt. Isabel Methodist Episcopal church in a very forceful address in the afternoon who was fol-j lowed by Frank Mullen, Sunday school superintendent. First Baptist church, Marion, using the subject, "The Point of Mew of The Sunday School Super intendent." Mr. Mullen advocated interdenominational vacation bible schools for children, and emphasized the importance of giving special attention to the Primary Department. Strong, practical addresses were delivered by all three of the visiting Slun-dav school snecialists : Rev. O. B. Moore, Indianapolis; Wayne G. Miller, Indianapolis; and Miss Nellie C. (Young, Indianapolis. The report of the County Secretary, Mary E. Hays, showed that not all Sunday schools in Grant county had contributed their assessment of five cents per enrolled member for State i .work. In addition to that made from wood and rags, paper is now manu-; factured from fifty kinds of bark, banana skins, bean stalks, pea vines, cocoanut ' fiber, clover, hay straw, weeds, seaweed and more than 150 kinds rf grasses. Call PARKER of Aluminum Warp mav 4 - ... . w , each, with fifteen dollars i as the Lowest. COmPETITION. The Kind You Are Looking For. D. WILSON, Rep. as Fairmount, Ind. Phone 6 or 102. E2E toil Wg WANTED Local representatives wanted to solicit farm loan applications from farmers in your vicinity. Commission basis. We are in a position to handle a large volume of first mortgage farm loans, with a minimum of delay and low cost to borrower. Write today to secure the agency for your territory. DELAWARE ; Realty Bond & Mortgage Co. i 351-353 Johnson Block I MUNCIE, INDIANA ARE YOU ALWAYS DRESSED UP? It is not difficult to keep your garments looking spic and span constantly, if you make use of our Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing service at times. One of the best equipped plants in the state is at your bidding. Watch For The White Truck. 1 The Brown Laundry And Dry Cleaning Co. L. A. McNEIL, Agent. HI j tl V $ Miss Rena Fritch was Saturday. in Marion ! Miss Lillie Hinds spent the weekend at her home in Worthington. Jacob Miller of Pueblo, Cpl., spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs .O. E. Cur-less. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day of Rigdon, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Anne Ilorine. Born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mnyricld living on South Ra:lnoad street twin girls. j i Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and baby of Portland were Sunday guests of Mr. ( ar.d Mrs. Will Jones. Mrs. Sallie Heaston, Mrs. Luella Mittank, Mrs. L. II. Henley and Miss Marie Henley were in Marion Thursday. Mrs. Flossie Breedlove and little caucnur were tno puests 01 ine iorm-!ers mother, Mrs. Joseph Wright this week. j M. H. Cox and wife have returned home from Muncie where they have ilecn taking care of their daughter. i Mrs. Ira Dean. Mrs. Dean is better. Mrs. Margaret Henley has been ap-pointexl executrix of the estate of her mother, ' James. the late Mrs. Margaret Aaron Xewby, f irmer resident- of j Fairmount, is seriously ill at his i home near Richmond, according to j wore! received bv relatives here. C. E. Atkinson and wife have returned to their home in Fairmount, Mr. Atkinson has been in Georgia for the past two winters where he was president of Epworth college. ! "Tt- a-n.l Mrc tloTn- r 1- V. have been spending several weeks at their home on South Walnut street, left Saturday for Greenfield, where Mr. Dennick has employment with the glass works. tme piven by pf Columbus H. Hall Demitv Grand Master of Gr7ld Lod ve sliOrt talk also. Otto Wells and A!or.o Cline have been awarded the contract for the construction of the new heating and ventilating plant for the Elw,od high school. Messrs Wells and Cline bid a little more than $13,000 for the contract and work will be started probably within the next ten days, Mrs. Clara Wilson, who has been the guest of her brother, C O. Ribble and wife and other relatives, left Thursday for Newcastle. After a short visit in Newcastle Mrs. Wilson will gjo to Wichita where she will stop over with relatives for a short time and from there to her home in Portland, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts have returned from a visit with John Roberts and family near Gaston. John Roberts was one of the unfortunates of the late cyclone and it was probably his quick forethought that saved the lives of his family. Seeing the storm approaching, Mr. Roberts gathered his family into an automobile and practically ran away fnom the storm. A son who was very ill was taken from his bed and it was found when the storm was over that the bed upon v-Teh he had been lying was blown up into a window. The roof was bkown off the house which was otherwise badly demolished. j j i ; j j i j ! i j j : t j j i I i ! I j j j j ! j t 1 i j 1 Mrs. Merle Lowman and baby have About twelve Masons of the Fair-returned to their home in Bunker Hill mount chapter attended a banquet in After a visit with Mrs. Susan Cassell. Marion on Wednesday night of last . , week and heard the lecture on Pales- THE TINNER IRVIN WILL AT Production PARTNERS it TIDE Also Snub Polard Comedy " SHAKE 'EM! UP" and Pathe Review THURSDAY, MAY 4 VERA GORDON (Mother of "Humeresque") IN "THE GREATEST LOYE" Also Star Comedy FRIDAY, MAY 5 TOM MOORE IN "OFFICER 666" Also Comedy "A MONEY MIXUP" SATURDAY, MAY 6 HAROLD HOLLAWAY IN "THE DECEIVER" Also Comedy "UNDER COVER' Evenings, 7 and 9 Saturday Matinee, 2:30 Music to correspond with pictures with D. M. HEADRICK at the organ. If it is Letter Heads you want We print 'cm. I rOyAl I ilX THEATRE $ TUESDAY, MAY 2 ... ... sencrea a some of six week s ago. is sti un- improved. Mrs. Charlotte Fooshc? who was rallc-d here by the serious illness of A- D. Bryan, has returned to her home ia Danville, 111. ! Miss Marie Cassell has returned to ' Centerville where she will resume her rfnties as pastor of the Friends church, fter a severe illness. i Mrs. Glenn Henley has word from ' her husband that his father. Dr. Al-pheus Henley, who recovered some what from a serious illness, is very Sew again. Mr. and Mrs, John Leach of Fow-; Vrton took dinner Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs, George Bannister. Mr. and Mts. Elze Leach of Gaston were Wednesday evening callers. Doctor C, I Fenton and Dr. Ernest Oach will close their offices on Wednesday afternoons beginning with the rst Wednesday in May. This they will continue to do through .the sum- months. Mrs. Hort Ribbla attended a meet-i of the Northern Indiana confer-?ioe officers and the district ffWrs of th Women's Foreigin. Missionary xaety of the M. E. church which was fctld in Marion on Wednesday of last wrrk. Mrs. Ribble is recording secretary for the district W. F. M. S. .

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