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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, May 4, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS J. A. Latham of Indianapolis came GRANT COUNTY PIONEER PASSES ON ! home to vpte Tuesday. Daniel Overman, 77, brother of! i Clarkson Overman of this place, died j Why go out of town Mr. and Mrs. Ed Day of Rigdon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Day. at his home in Marion Monday after- ; noon after an extended illness. Mr.' to buy your Oxfords? Isaiah Jav has a most comnlete line i Overman is a pipneer of Grant coun- One Cent Sale NEXT WEEK AT The Pioneer Drug Store THE REXALL STORE. XEN H. EDWARDS, Mr. of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets Linol-I ty and is survived by his wife, Julia j eums and Bed outfits at right prices, j verman. Prominent in W. C. T. U. j work, one brother, Clarkson Overman ! ? Why Mrs. W. G. Moon returned home an two nieces, Mrs. Bernard B. Shive-Sunday from Detroit, Mich., where T of Marion and Mrs. Fred Oakley she has been making- an extended vis-' f Terre Haute. He was a member it with her children. j of the First 3f. E. church and of the ' Masonic Vodgre, and was 77 years old, Mrs. Mamie Merrill of Frankfort, having been born in Grant county in Mrs. J. A. Fooshee and Lewis Bryan 1845. of Danville, 111., were called here by ! Funeral services were held from the death of A. D. Bryan. j the residence at two 0'cloek Wednes day afternoon in charge of the Ma W. G. Moon, Isaac Moon and Robert Moon were called to Carmel Tuesday Pay $7, $8 and $9 for a pair when you can buy them just as stylish, fust as good for $5. Don't buy until you see our line of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords we are selling for $5 per pair. The Bee Hive Cash Store We will give you $5 for a pair of Star Brand Oxfords containing any substitute for leather. to attend the funeral of a sister, Mrs. William Allred, who died Sunday ning. sonic lodge and Rev. E. M. Ellsworth of the First M .E. church. Interment was made at the I. O. O. F. cemetery. Mr. Overman, who had been in failing health for several months, was the son of John and Anna Overman and had lived practically his entire life in Grant county, where he was widely H M H M M M M M M H H H Miss Wagner, who with Mrs. Ed Welsch was visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. John Borry, was taken ill and 'The Spell of the Image' BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF FAIRMOUNT ACADEMY A play full of pep and humor and filled with thrilling incidents. Come and see "The Spell of the Image" broken. See what the "Spell" really is. A real live play given by a live wire class. Come, and go home full of smiles. Mrs. Welsch accompanied her to Her ; known. home, afterward returning here for a ! ' short stay. jO. E. S. AUXILIARY '.MEETS WITH MRS. BULLER. H H H 4 H H M M H H H H H H H H H H H H N The O. E. S. Auxiliary of the Eastern Star held a Tryst enjoyable meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Monta Buller on S.outh Walnut street. Assisting Mrs. Buller Calvin Moon of Coffeyville, Kan., who came to attend the funeral of his sister at Carmel, made a short visit with his brothers, W. G. Moon and Isaac Moon of this city, before returning to his home in Coffeyville. Buy your Sunday dinner at the W. C. T. U. Market, Order that SuitNoA Isaiah Jay made a business trip to j jwere Mesdames Estella Buller Kelly, Alice Ramsey and Ida Montgouery. j During a short business session it was j decided to begin the business session nrAmntlr fit 51 rr1rklr A ilicnccinri Indianapolis Wednesday. Miss Irene Edwards arrived home Wednesday from Mobile, Ala. Miss Edwards has been employed as teach- H H H H H M M M H H H H M H H M M MONDAY AND TUESDAY May 15 and 16, '22 ACADEMY GYMNASIUM W. C T. U. Market Saturday, May 6, two doors north of the Bee Hive. er in a school near Mobile for the oast i l 1 , , , , , "T i of the bylaws of the chapter was tak year and has been offered a position en up, after which a dainty luncheon t was served by the hostesses. A color as principal of a consolidated school there, which she has under considera Tanlac's world wide fame is due to its merit. It does the work. H. W. Hahne. srheme of lavender and white was at- tion. j tractively used in the luncheon and al Tickets on Sale at Pioneer Drug Store so in the house decorations, lilacs be- The Business Girls Club will meet Mrs. IL H. Kerr of Anderson was i ing used in this connection. The June the guest of Mrs. Charles Buller Tues- Tu?say evening of next week at the Reserved Seats, 35c. Balcony, 25c j meeting will be held with Mrs. Sarah i home of Miss Bobbie Wevler. This day and Wednesday. I t - i , j i j - i -i r - H iis the regular monthly meeting of the : L,nasey.T me enure memoeinip ui. X T A A A A A AvlC A A A A TT A ax me auxiliary win act as nosiesses on TisiaVi Tav V-a; a rr.-ict fnTinUto lino club and the COmmittP? in fVar(rp Vivr I I- r - t; 1 i-.lannt cnmrico in ov- v-. i this occasion. x ui niiuir, ivu?f v ' t i , i- 1 1 1 v i - I ...... A i - nil tiicr i - , eums and B.?d outfits at right prices. . evening's entertainment. jWESLEYAN W. H. AND F. M. S. ;TO MEET AT CHURCH Ralr.h Parker, -ithin the next few i I here will be a meetine in the Bar- I days w-ill give his residence property ' tist church Sunday afternoon for prac- Tne W- H- and F- Missionary socie- , en East Second street a c-pat of paint, j tice in connection with the program I of the Wesleyan church will have ! which will be given on Mother's Day, 1 their monthly meeting at the church j Mrs. Bitenian of Wabash, sister of ! the second Sunday of this month. The Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Congressman Milton Kraus. was the work is in charge of Miss Lucia Par- study of "The Kingdom and the Xa- ! THE LATEST DESIGNS IN CHILDREN'S PIQUE HATS Made ready for hand work to finish. Silk and Lisle Socks. Also Ladies' Silk Hose, Ginghams' Organdies, etc. PARISIAN AND BON TON CORSETS. guest of Mrs. Estella Buller Kelly ' rill who is superintendent of the i t'-0"5" e continued. Devotions I Monday afternoon. j Cradle Roll department of the church. hv'H conducted by Mrs. G. . Zike. ' j j First paper, "India and Her Prob- i Rev. and Mrs. J. Frank Harbison j MilVn Powers, who fell and broke ! lems," Carrie Coleman. Duet by Mrs. have gone to Flora, P.I., where they j his hip something- near a year ago, : Pearson and Mrs. Hunt. Second paper, '. will engage in a series of meetings : and who for. the past seven months "India as Effected by the Late War," , covering: two weeks. has worn a plaster cast on the afflict- i Mrs. Eva Pearson; third paper, "The' ; ed hip. made his third trip to Detroit ' I ifluence of Christianity Upon the j Miss Cleo Morris and Glenn Buller i .v,:c .i- t', ia t." ' tt,t r t.i; " iu. Q,n0i-. i AIRS. ELLA PATTERSON'S ART STORE $25.00 to $40.00 Suits M.icL- to your individual Our jruarantee of quality and price pro-tP?5 iv customers. Oruer now for Easter. Nibble bros. (of course are out ,T school or. account of let fever. Both homes have placed under quarantine. i removed and it was found that an-, fourth paper, "The Opportunity of , other WDuid have to be put on. This ; American Mission?." with a brief re-' cast will have to stay on for ten weeks i view of our Wesleyan work in India, he will be able by Mrs. DeWeerd. VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent Misses Emma Lang ford and , when it is hoped that Rubv : . ,, . . , . . to walk without it. were . I GARTH VINSON GRADUATES Williams, Gas City teachers, guests of Miss Eveline Ritchie Fridav nieht and Saturdav. lasT Students of the high school under j FROM ELECTRICAL SCHOOL. j Miss Mary Sample, supervisor of pub- j Garth Vinson, whp has bene taking Mrs. Marv Stewart, who came home i " ' " a special coui : music, a a special course Serum and virus, also capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times 0PLE to vote Tuesday, has returned to Alexandria, where she is makiug an lie school will eng-ape in in an electrical school memory contest within a short time, j jn Chicago, giving particular attention Fifteen prizes have been donated by ! to the study of high tension work, the varynas business men of the town j graduated from the school recently and will no doubt prove a stimulus to! and has returned home. Mr. Vinson best endeavor. It is a noticeable fact j was line man for the local telephone extended visit with her daughters. H. D. WILSON, Rep. J Phone Black 1802. YouKnow Thousands of thin, frail men and women have reported an astonishing-1 tnat students of r airmount are steadi- j company for several months. j :j c : i ly acQuirinar a taste for a hie-her clas? ' and in rapid increase weightt as a re- ult of taking Tanlac. H. W. Hahne. of music and the memory contests are an aid in this line. Loren Cain, a student a .-.'-.- .school won first Robert L. Hearn of Portland, is in Faim:ount. the g-uest of Charles Hearn and other relatives. recently pl?rr. h '"When I began taking; Tanlac I only weighed 98 pounds, now I weigh 125 pounds and never felt better in my life," says Mrs. Chas. Peden, of Hunts-ville, Ala. i I Good Things for the Table THEATRE Miss Esther Jones came over from Fort Wayr.e for a week-end visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Devid S. Jones. THURSDAY, May 4 VERA The "Mother' GORDON of "Humoresqute" Mr. and Mrs. Isom Jackson left f their home in Madison Tuesday mor ing after a visit with Mrs. Jacksc-parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank White - South Main street. t Miss Maude Kimbrough was the guest of Miss Maude Briles Monday-evening and attended the session of the Maccabees, being- one of a class of candidates that took the initiatory degree. May Specials IN THE GEATEST LOYE" Invitations have been issued by ii senior class of Fairmount high sch for the commencement exercises whi will be held at the Auditorium Thu day night. May 18. IT IS A rresh Fish for Friday and Saturday Chicken and noodles, cake, piV. cottage cheese and other good things for your Sunday dinner, Saturday, two doors north of Bee Hive store at the W. C. T. U Market PLEASURE To quote prices on merchandize when you can quote them Lower. Cream Cheese, special ...... 25c Rye Bread and Whole WTieat Bread 9c and 10c Baker's Bulk Cocoanut 35c Dry Peaches, special 15c Barrell Cookies, per doz....l0c Pineapple, No. 3 tin 35c Milo Olio, None Better, lb.. 20c Can Cream 10c New Potatoes, 5 lbs 30c Green Beans 15c Salt Fish, 5 lbs 50c Peanut Batter 18c Picnic Hams 20c P. & G. and Kirk's Flake Soap 5 bars to customer only . . 25c Climax Wallpaper Cleaner, 2 for 25c Services at the Baptist church Sunday night were well attended. The new minister, Rev. J. P. Williams de-delivered the sermpn and at the close two came forward upon invitation and one united with the church. r 'ICVaRTY OF THE SEASON. The picnic season has arrived. The opening day was ushered in by a party of Fairmount ladies who gathered together such wonderful picnic eats as only Fairmount ladies know how to make, and with their baskets tucked safely in their machines hied away to the picnic grounds early this (Thursday) morning. Those comprising the party are Mrs. John Flanagan, Mrs. Lincoln Stookey, , Mrs. Doight Holli-day, Mrs. Glenn Henley, Mrs. M. H. Nelson, Mrs. R. A. Morris and Miss Nelia McCombs. - A picturization of the oldest and newest thing in the world Mother Love. Also Star Comedy FRIDAY, May 5 TOM MOORE IN "OFFICER 666" Taken from the book and stage success by same name. Also Comedy "A MONEY 1MIXUP" SATURDAY, May 6 CAROL HOLLO WAY IN "THE DECEIVER" A tale of the great North Woods and life in a lumber camp. Also Comedy "UNDER COVER" Evenings, 7 and 9 f Saturday Matinee, 2:30 Music to correspond with pictures with D. M. HEADRICK at the organ. 2 boxes Shredded Wheat... 25c Grape Nats, box 18c, 2 for 33c Phoenix Oats, per box 10c lib Rum ford Baking Powder 30c lib Calumet Baking Powder 30c 3 10c bars Hard-water Castile Soap 23c 1 box Climaline 10c 1 box Old Dutch Cleaner. . .10c Climax Wall Paper Cleaner, - Royston Wood, the small son of Mr. and iMrs. Earl Wood of Indianapolis, who submitted to an operation recently at St. Vinson hospital, is reporl as doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Wood are former Fairmount people. FULL LINE OF CHICKEN FEED. Come and see our Alumnium ware and dishes, and let us tell you about them. Then get your card. t Russell Wilson, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hense Wilson moved to Marion for residence short time ago, is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Charles York on East Washington street until the close of the school term. 2 boxes 23c & The Mayflower Bob Lindsay, Prop, Phone 11. MORRIS WILL ATTEND BANKS BIG MEETING. Robert A. Morris, who is a member of the executive council of the American Bankers Association, will join rothet members of this committee from Chicago, S.t. Louis and other western cities in a trip to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., on Friday, May 5, where a meeting of this committee will be held. This committee is the governing body of the national organization, which is composed of a large portion of the banks of the United States. The Best 50c Broom in Fair-mount. The Bee Hive CASH STORE All organizations of the town with their committees are requested to meet at -7:30 p. m. at the Fairmount State bank to make preparation for Decora ton Day. Veterans of Foregn Wars, Hort Ribble, Adj. NEWS CLASSIFIED AD VST. BRING QUICK RESULTS HOUSE CLEANING TIME IS WANT AD TIME.

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