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May 11, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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TUB PAIRMOUNT NEWS The Fairmount News TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY LOCAL EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS OF TWO DECADES AGO AS TOLD BY THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS, AND GLEANED FROM THE FILES OF THE PAPER FOR PRESENT DAY REMINISCENT READERS. BUSINESS GIRLS HOSTS TO MOTHERS Mothers Day Fittingly Celebrated Tuesday Evening at Weyler Home By Business Girls Club One of the prettiest parties given by the Business Girls Club in connec- BANK STATEMENT No. 209 Wm. F. Morris, President; R. A. Morris, Cashier; Tony M. Payne, Ass't. Cashier; Earl Morris, Ass't. Cashier-Report of the condition of the Fairmount State Bank: at Fairmount, in the State of Indiana, at the close of its business on May 5. 1922. Hardwick, Mrs. Al Buller, Mrs. Jacob Briles, Mrs. S.usie Cassel FMrs. Lee Roberts, Mrs. John Monahan, Mrs. J. C Albertson, Mrs. Newton Allen, Mrs. Chas. Haugh, Mrs. Gretchen Albertson, Mrs. A. S. Roberts, Mrs. John Conrad, Mrs. Allen Dicks, Mrs. Chas. Harshbarger, Mrs. S. E. Baker, Mrs. Nellie Buck, Mrs. Louisa Berry, Mrs. Kate Day and daughter Bess and Miss Fern Hinds pf Rigdon, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weyler, Miss Leona emy Class A of the Aurora Literary j tion with their regular monthly meet-Society was given a banquet by Class j m? ws that of Tuesday evening at B. Refreshments were served and 1 the home of Mrs. Blanche Horine and after dinner talks given. jMiss Bobbie Weyler. But perhaps - jthe best part of it was the beautiful Hugh Clark who taught school at 11 spirit manifested in connection with No. 4. came home from State Normal the celebration of Mothers Day. Each Published on Mondays and Tbursflays i A. S. ROBERT Editor and Publisher. ; itinnie McLueas Robert, Associate. Office: Main 265 Res., Main 107 TELEPHONES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year . . . . $ 1-50 Six months .90 (Outside Indiana.) One rear $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. tintered as secona-ciass mair ai theostoffice at Fairmount, Ind., der the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. I Athletes From I Miss Lola Hasting of Muneie was the guest of her parents south of town yesterday. Dr. C B. Vigils and wife of Rigdon were the Sunday guests of Mrs. S. M. I - - tham and family, Lee Pogue, an Indianapolis electrician, spent S,unday with his parents, Robert T. Pogue and wife. t v-o nclxr -.1 Xtr TV IT TYal a , , - .. j . i have appointed delegates from the Fairmount Congregational Tr Viool Church in Anderson, May 12, 13 andthouSht her sickness might develop 1 eil ULI1UU114 into typhoid fever. Day, Lillian Dunbar, Bobbie Weyler, Mrs. Blanch Horine and Wright Ho rine. CAMPAIGN COST OF CANDIDATES Candidates File With County Clerk Reports of Money Expended in Putting Over Primary Campaign Filed with the county clerk are re ports of expense accounts of the re- pHmary election by some of thc candidates. These reports state that E. E. Friedline, candidate for Mill township trustee spent $13.50 in his campaign, and Orville Wells, Fair-mount tmvnship trustee aspirant spent $14.75. Nelson L. Shockey, Democratic candidate for county assessor spent $14.-50 in his canvass, while Oren E. Afarshall, republican candidate for assessor of Sims township, spent $2.50. C M. Sisson, who was a can didate fbr Center township justice of the peace, spent nothing, according to his report. R. E. Bailey, republican candidate for Franklin township trustee, spent $15, made no promises. "lost no sleep told no lies, thanks all his friends and forgives all his enemies, and was elected, according to his report. It always pays to advertise in The Fairmount News. church to the 44th Annual Meeting of the General Association f Congrega-1 tional churches and ministers to be s held at the Hone Conc-retrational Frank Walters and wife of Marion visited friends and relatives here Sun- day. j Samuel L. Stricler and Ashael Alex- ander of Marion were in town yester day. Township trustee J. O. Duling is suffering with a severe cold and bronchial affection. Commencement exercises are being held in the auditorium f the new school building. George Bailey, formerly of this city, and Miss Surk, were married at Sweetser Sunday night. The meetiner of churches at the Friends church Sunday night in the) interest of the M. C A. to be most t i (Continued from Page One) Hipskind, James Vice, Russell Garner, Fred Morrow, Homer Knee, Ralph Smith. Total 14. Fairmount academy Wilbur Brook- shire, Donald Cecil. Henry Gaither,i Burr Haisley, Leslie Harshbarger, Palmer Little, Webster Lewis, Parke McCombs, Glen Rich. Chester Smith, Ruteell Woods. Total 11 . .Officials Townsend, starter; Mit-tank, Staggs, Purv5ar.ce, timers; Gilbert, Baker, Ooryell, judges of finish; Carson, Elliott, James, field judges; Winslow, Couch, Cowan, inspectors; Little scorer; Johnson, announcer. Rush Field will be in A-l condition for the big meet. The field events have all been brought ever in front ' -.v. .... Vivo rt We thV -eats The broad jump i member of the club brought her mother as a guest or some mother and each mother was presented with a white carnation as she was seated, The committee in charge, ,MVs. Blanche Horine Miss Leonie Dav and Miss Lillian Dunbar provided a program full of merit and interesting features that was carried out with- out a flaw. By a system of figures . . ... the guests were brought together in groups of four, three different times jfor conversation, which banished any formality and subsituted a real social spirit. Little Miss Bess Day of Rig- don Mve a musical monologue and later a reading in her sweet childish manner that was i rresi stable, while her mother, Mrs. Kate Day gave a adinR and ponded to encore. Miss Lois Fankboner, accompanied by Miss Llora Brown, gave a beautiful Vocal solo and responded to encore. Miss Vern Hardwick presided at the piano while preparation was being made for a game of fortunes. An interesting feature in connection with the guests present was the fact that Mrs. Louisa Berry, 82 years of ag?, was the oldest mother, while Mrs, Gretchen Albertson, 25, was the youngest. The guests were escourted to the dining room, where a color scheme of lavender and white was beautifully carried out in the decora- tions with lilacs, and then were serv ed in cafeteria style to a delicious two course luncheon. A short business session ensued in cnarpre president Miss Jennie Monahan, the chief interest of which uvas the secretary's renort by Miss Blanche Harshbarger, the appointment of Miss Maude Briles, Miss Clista Smith and Mrs. Lee Roberts as the committee in charge of the next meeting and the initiatVm of Mrs. Gretchen Albertson and Miss Mable Riggs into the club. The guests were as follows: Mrs. Ida Addie L,ach- Mrs- Jab nri W M M k. A V 4 A ka M : A V Industrial sick last Sunday. Mrs. Becker, mother of Mrs. Ira j Neely received a fall a few days J since and was painfully bruised in the I face. i Isaiah Jay went to Cincinnati Sat- UpdaF to. visit iis fami1 His ter Jessie M. Jay was taken sick c a , a . . v 1 iew s since ana me pnysician ; ' Married, at the residence of the ' bride's parents on Sunday May 4, J. ' Gardner Bosley and Miss Leona Stew, art, Kev. O. . Lowry officiating. w . , . Z T The Rebekah Lodge went to Sum. mitville last Friday night and were tertained by the members of the lodge in that city. Miss Cleo Ellis of Jonesboro was in Fairmount Sunday afternoon. Henry Rittenhouse is serving on the federal grand jury at Indianapolis. Rev. Oscar Lowrv is attending the Association of Ministers and churches of the Congregational church in Indiana, at Anderson. Jesse L. Gray and wife left Satur- for Central Kansas, being called, 'there by a telegram announcing the of the former s mother. i p ' .j"". " . jv- Friends church - - , f . . - . a. l a P,ane OI arjrumtm, in miuii graduates and interesting and instructive to all. BLACK AND GOLD DAY AT FAIRMOUNT HIGH SCHOOL "TVip rvmimittpp for Black and Gold Day is planning for a real visit with old class mates, friends and students j oi rairmouni nign scnr.Ku mi rnuaj, May 19. It is hoped that all will come and enjoy the day together. The menu and program will be given in ; the afternoon by the graduating class j and will be announced in the next . issue. , SHEEP KILLING DOGS BOTHERING FARMERS. j Farmers report that sheep-killing j dogs are abroad getting in their des- ' tructive work. Schuyler Smithson had two sheep killed and others bad- ly injured Saturday nigM and other flocks have been attacked recently according to reports, although the Smithson flock is the only one among .:v. v. t... L-niri U1V.U VllYTl UAfC fc-'V V 11 auj Reuoh on the Family. j ' ' ! i stvl role vaii!t rits are directly in'tablishod in Fairmount was enthusiastic one. ine ?uD5cnPxi0nSiai. Friday and Saturday Sale May 12th and 13th All Hats on Display at 25 Off. This includes all hats but Sport Hats. Now is the time to buy "little tot" a hat for Decoration Day. Good Line of Children's Hats at 1-4 Off. MRS. E. H. BUCHTEL, Milliner RESOURCES j Loans and Discounts $322,031.50 Uverdratts 1.413.06 Other Bonds and Securities 5,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures... 2,124.00 Cash on hand and due from banks and trust Co's. . . 46,982.37 Cash Items 3,320.28 Total Resources $380,871.21 LIABILITIES Capital S.tock $ 40,000.00 Surplus 8,250.00 Exchange, Discounts. Int... 201.08-Demand Deposits, $194,603.82 Int. Certificates. $132,845.f5 Savings Deposits, $2,131.03 Certified Cks., $2,000.00. 331,580.50 Reserve for Tax 839.63 Total Liabilities $380,871.21 STATE OF INDIANA, COUNTY OP GRANT, ss: I, Tony M. Payns, Ass't Cashier of the Fairmount State Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true. TONY M. PAYNE, Ass't Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 9th day of M-av, 1922. W. D. LONG, Notary Public. Mv commission expires Sept. 25, 1923. (SEAL) The first machine gun was invented by M. du Perron, of Lyons. France. It was rejected by Louis XVI as being too murderous. Greater recognition by the churches of women preachers is the aim of the international association of that clas recently organized. New highways are beingj built between Peking and Tien-Tsin, China, by 10,000 laborers fed out of the American famine relief fund. M o o CIVIC HALL H X H H H X MARION and Commercial A notorious war profiteer was talk-Ing to a group of young men on a golf j club veranda. "Iook t me,M the profit- . y eer said. "Twenty years nr"'" Pr T 100 Interesting Exhibits! AUTO - FASHION - ELECTRIC - PURE FOOD front of the bleachers, and the shot rut and rich jump just near the! finish. Principal Purviar.ce is plan- ;it nine a huge score board placed so that all may keep track of the number of scores each school has v-. but contestants and c.cials will be j allowed on the field, so that the events j rill all be easily seen from the bleach- J ers. The track is so well drained that the meet will be possible even though it should rain all morning j I next Saturday. j Mothers' Day At Churches t Continued from Pace One) church Sunday immediately after Sunday school when the following program will be given: Song Congregation. Scripture readings Marclle Brook-shire. Invocation S. S. Superintendent. : Solo Opal Ellingwood. Readingrr-A Mother. ' Instrument Duet Theodore Payne rnd Viola Kierstead. Reading Pearl Ellingwood. Short talk to mothers Mrs. J. J. Coleman. Solo Miss Coleman. Sernian to mothers Rev. J. J. Coleman. Instrumental Duet Bernice Ellingwood and Olive Thomas. Benediction. At the Baptist church the program will be in charge of the Cradle Roll department under the direction of Miss Lucia Parrill and will be as follows: Song, Onward Christian Soldiers Prayer by Pastor. Recitation, "Welcome. , Carrol Coah- ran. SoV . Maurice Penod Recitation, ""Babies Everywhere,... Florence Kelley. Recitation, "How Baby Grows...... Catherine Pernod. Music .............. Bobbie Weyler Recitation, "Mother. .Mildred Coah- ran. Recitation "Tommy Dodles Vocation, Ivan Stroup Duet, "Tell Mother 111 Be There." Reading. Filling out the roll and hanging new cards ............ Lillian Dunbar Collection. , Few words from the pastor. Song, "Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam. Benediction ................ Pastor At the M. E. church Mothers Day will be featured by special music in tonection with the sermpn by the pastor, Rev. David . Jones, and the same Is true of the Wesleyan church, Rev. Coleman preaching a sermon suitable for the occasion. kEVlVAL POSTTONED AT FOWLERTON CHURCH The revival meeting? which was to baxe been held at the Fowlerton Wesleyan church, beginning May It, has been postponed until May 18 on account of the sickness of the in L.u; came in rapidly and at the conclusion: was found that about $900 had been I added to the subscription list making ; all about $1,300 A large memoer- ,rh it is said to pay running expenses. Last Friday evening at the acad- SUNDAY SERVICES WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching by Rev. J. O. Baker, 10:30 a. m. The pastor will preach at Back Creek in the morning, a sermon to mothers. Suitable for Mothers Day services will be held in connection with the Sunday school. Our eve-ring services will be taken up in vrtw of the Bsc-caiaureate sermon at the H. S- audiiorum. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. BAPTIST CHCRCII Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching service, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Williams. At 3 p. m., there will be a program given by the Cradle Roll department under the direction of Miss Lucia Parrill. Preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Wednesday evening prayer meeting 7:30. W. I. McKINLEY, Chairman Pulpit Committee. M. E. CHURCH Sunday school, 9 :30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:30. Music and sermon will conform to Mothers' Day. On account of the baccalaureate sermon at the high school auditorium, there will be no evening! services. REV. DAVID S. JONES, Pastor FRIENDS CHURCH Sunday school and church services will be combined in celebration of Mothers and Fathers day. There will be a short program and a ser mon by the pastor, Rev. S, Adelbert Wood. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 5 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m On account of the baccalaureate sermon at the nigh scHool, there "will be no evening service. REV. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor. Dr. C L. Fenton and Dr. E. B Couch will attend the Indiana Dental association which will convene in In dianapolis May 14 and 18. W E. PATTISON BURIED WEDNESDAY W. E. Pattison, 30, died Sunday at the home of his parents north of town, death being due to blood poisoning contracted while cutting corn. He Is survived by his parents, one broth er and two sisters. The funeral was held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Back Creek church, with Rev. Frank Edwards in charge. Burial was made at Park cemetery.. ) j ! TUT w o mi WONDERFUL WIRELESS DEMONSTRATIONS SPLENDID MUSIC Admission, Oimly 10 Cemte 1ot, working like a dog and today He chewed violently on nls cigar. "Look at nreT he repeated. "See what Tve done foV myself. The younp Wi looked at him curiously, and rten one of them said: "Tour motive's good, of course, but doesn't your family object to your losing as a horrible example In this way?' tendon Opinion. Alarm for Banks. An electric siren alarm has been tried In the Bank of Hamilton. The Interior of the bank ustnt this alarm Is wired and a number of electric buttons placed tn secret places. On the wall outstde a siren alarm Is attached. If a robbery Is attempted the staff push their buttons and the alarm automatically shrieks a warning on the street. A test was made In one of the branches in Toronto and when the siren called four policemen rushed Into the bank prepared to light bandits. Wild Lands Open to Travel. With the recent opening of the Wind River extension of the Rocky Mountain highway. It Is said the last of the really wtld lands of the United States are available to automobile travel. The total distance from Denver to the Yellowstone National park over the route Is 589 miles. Date of Oiling Announced. In Pennsylvania roads on which oiling work is to be done are announced each week by the state highway department. At a marriage ceremony in India thejblide stands on a large plate filled with milk and rose-colored sweetmeats. The largest American Legion post tn Pennsylvania, as to individual membership, is York post, 271, with 701 members. 27 2(0) AffHemmooms and Evemiini

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