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May 15, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Closing Week You can't get strong on a weak, flimsy, diet. Tone up your stomach. Miss Grace Carter was in Marion shopping Saturday. plenty of nourishing food and At High School Mr. and Mrs. Garmon Rogers, who have been the guests of Prof, and Mrs. T. B. Krouskup for the past several days, left Monday morning on their motor trip to the west coast. up your system. Tanlac does Mrs. Delight Christopher spent Saturday evening in Fowlerton. it. II. W. Hahne. (Continued from Fage One.) We Are oho wing thes Prof, and Mrs. T. B. Kruoskup and f faith, hope, charity and love, greatest of these being love. their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Misses Jesse Rroosvshire and Irene Brookshire were in Marion shopping Saturday. Prof. Burokcr and wife of Swcetser were here to attend the Sonior class A quartette composed of Ireva men Rogers drove to Muncie Satur-j Farker, Llora Brown, Victor Love day afternoon and on Sunday motored : and Loren Cain sang "When My Ship , to Indianapolis where they spent the I Comes In Over the Sea" and, by re- day. quest, "Good Night" song, both num- . jbers receiving hearty applause. The Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Winslow, Mrs. .benediction was pronounced by the Wessie Tayne and daughter Martha i piay at tne nign sc nooi and were Mrs. Verd Gammil of Jonesboro was guests of Mrs. Myrtle Gilbreath. Prof, a Sunday guest at the Martin Schlag- Buroker is assisting Ttpf. Meyers in enhaft home. I the manual training department of j the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Truss h:ie One of the best assortments of Hosiery to be found in the country for Ladies, Misses, Men Boys and children. In Silk, Lisle and Cotton at Popular Prices. Some especially new things in Children's Half Hose. Mr Kev. t. Adcipnus o,Kt, ot the : Louise and Miss Svble Kramme , Vn visiting her aiu parents. Mort Hollingsworth. ,,":mia u,u,lll """""'s "m m imiianapolis for the week-end and ' Mrs 1. ft . - . 1 ir 1 -v 1 R OY A THKATKIJ ' L Heart Appeal, Comedy Drama. Heavy Drama and Western all in this week's program at the Royal. ,o,xne p.ae ouna l attended the Galli-Curci entertain- ; Sousa. as the postlude. j ment. ; The commencement program, which . will be as follows, will be given Thurs- ; Mrs Martha DyWn, living south-day evemng. of Fairmount, who has been bed. Concert....... II. S. Orchestra fa fiii-;t,- , , . . last following a stroke of paralysis Miss Anna May Darnell, who is an operator at the Citizens Telenhone is on her vacation for two ! "Spring Song" Mendelssohn : prmv5r,n xvcaker. rharios Dvson n ! Copany' ;"Eevrtian Parade" Schubert . - . weeks. ii The Bee Hive Cash Store was at her i n iiijj near k reatv 'bedside last Sundav. altz Kememorance ..... .fceredy "The Gladiator March" Sousa n xt . r l i i ' villirrim T . ,,.J AT.. T r O t , Mi and Mrs. Misses Irene Brookshire, Delight Christopher and Messrs Jim Clouch and Roy Rogers, motpred to Anderson Sunday evening,. -. kj. oiiaveiy nioveu Invocation Kev. totem - . -x m- ft ft to Fairmount, Friday, where thev I We are showing All Leather Shoes. SJ "Star Brand" Dr. and Mrs. Will Stewart returned , to their home in Oxford, O., Monday j x.v,.,Viavo ruiThased a restaurant. Mr. and i Rilev s Poem , .. Mrs. Lea JJcTurnan ;t,c ; , ' ,, , 3lrs. Jnae'y are experienced restau- Address .Dr. GWrge Grose, Presi-jMnt peoplo aml thcir re1uU , dent DcPauw Ln.versity. 'pmiict and bespeak success for them ; Class Song Seniors , in w n v. morning alter a sirc visit witn -ur and Mrs. Lincoln Stookey ... ...... ' ' " v hi. f n ii i ' n i v i I v. Eagle. Benediction Rev. Jones The committee for Black and Gold The following members and guests in Marion ! Miss Li'lie Hinds was : Saturday. Dav Friday, is planning for this oc- r . , , ,, ... ..... ...... -Mrs. Lou Kmies and daughter Miss jcasion to be the best ever held m the , prt- i t u . ' . ... ... , 1on'i' entertained the following dm- Order that SuitlNow Fairmount hii?h school. Found Program at the Royal to Many"of the non-resident members' of East Fifth strwf Atr T the Alumni association have express- Kim Mn Q enjoyed the party given by the Busi- ncss Girls club last Tuesday evening j and their names were not included in i the list published: Lois Fanklyner, ' Laura Brown, Indus Pierce, Mabel Riggs, Vern Hardwick, Pearl Duller, ' Maude Briles, Blanch Harshharger, ! Inez Albertson, Jennie Monohan. j Maude Kimbrough, Xora Allen, Vol- ' ma Briles. '. rn thir intention of beini? tiresent and 1 ' ers. Mrs. Iiura Zimmer and M'ss Lela Meredith of Wabash, and Fred Kimes and daughter Martha of Marion Owing to the fact that link Miss Edna Bell of Marion was home a of the frienJs ami students in for the week-end. , FairmoUrt anJ vicinity are planning, ! to be here. MV. a-.d Mrs. Fret Hackney were j In lhe morn5njr a one-act plav will in Marion Saturday on business. bo presented in the auditorium by the TUESDAY, MAY 16 HARRY T. MORRY Supported by Five Well-Known Stars IN "A Man's Home" The greatest picture that has ever carried the Selznitk trademark. Also Patlie News and Snub Polard Comedy "TRY, TRY, AGAIN" THURSDAY, MAY 18 DOUGLAS MacLEAN "One A Minute" A mile of film with a laugh every foot Also Star Comedy "FRIDAY THE 1.3lh" FRIDAY, MAY 1! Basil King's Famous Story "Earthbouiid" With All Star Cast This marks a startling devtlop-nnnt in the art i f the motion picture. Also Conu-dy "MUM'S THE WORD" SATURDAY, MAY 20 EDMUND COBB IX "Desert Scorpion" The American Desert and Real Men Also Geo. Ade Comedy NAPOLEON and HIS BUM'S" Show each eicning. T:L and i), except Saturday Matinee, 2:30, Evening 7 and S:15. v. Mm KM For the finishing touch to your cos-txnr.o. sec the Monohan advertisement. -Mary iimes. daughter ot .Mr. ano i Mi-s. Frtvl Kimes. is o-nvalesfing J from a severe illness of pneumonia, she and her mother were unable to Attend the dinner. u.;s Maude Br'los i was an afternoon ci'icr at the Kimes : home. ' 1 EXCURSION Via Mrs. Floyd RiKlin of Upland was the cuest of Mrs. Lizzie Woollen last week. public speaking class under the supervision of Mr. Mullins, who has been instructing this department for the past month. The afternoon program will be given largely by the senior class under the direction of Mrs. Gilbreath, their faculty sponsor and will be as mIows: Music Orchestra j Class History and Phrophocy ....... . s Peloras Sehlagcnhaft CARD OF We wish to oxh THANKS nd our heartfelt There ?.re pictures to please every-Ivwiy in this weeks'" pro cram at the R oval. a Wiight. who is in the Miss V 1 r. sir ess .v:-gc t Marion, was home -ong . , Class . . Edith Davis thank? and appreciation to the rr.any frior-is Whom si hi diy 1 cr.ienil.vi cd us in our sad her -..vement, alo v . n -h to thank the iJov. Coleman. th singers and Parrill & Lewis. Mr. Earl Bryan. LcRoy Bryan, Ora Bryan, Arthur Bryan, Miry Br van. for the weck-cr.d. ; Reading .......... ' ! !iss Hazel Pai or of Rock Island. Liz2;e Woollen 111., is visiting Mrs. ar.d other friends. Little Miss Marearet Hackney was in Hartford Citv Fridav the cuest cf FAIRMOUNT To INDIANAPOLIS Round Trip Tickets, SI. 10 SUNDAY, MAY 21, li22 Train leaves Fairmount. S:..ani Returning tLckcts will be gKMl only on train No. 10. leaving Indianapolis Union Station 5:10 p. m. For furtlier particulars conu!t Ticket Agent, Big Four Route. WOOL receive wool at i Valeilictory Class Song Maypole Dance on Campus j Planting of shrubs. i The menu for the day will bo: Es-callopcd chkken. Beef Loaf or Veal fioaf, Sandwiches. Bread and Butter, Peanut Butter, Chopped Hani and Eggs, Deviled Egcs. Cottage Cheese. Baked Beans. Potato Salad. Apple S:?'ad. Pickles and Olives, light and d.-.vk cake. It ha? been suc.ro te-d that each r win Mr. Fail mount, , nd Mrs. Will Glancv. Dr. AldruhV rooms oppo $25.00 to $40.00 Suits to your ir.divivlual :Tio?.?i:ri?. Or;r jruarar.tce of quality aiivi price pro-ti; c ur c i. stewers. Order now for Easier. RIBBLE BROS. (cf course ito Ol.'ather . Vour busi-; SPARKS. i Mrs. Flyd Harden spent last wec-k -n Suriinvltvillo as the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harlev Havden. "Crag.o. every Monday. u s w ill bo appreciated, JOHN F SMuic to correspond with pictures with D. M. IIEADKICK at th nrenn READ THE. CLASSIFIED COLUMN ,i Vvirc fe-rk. 3 Tarr .- p an C. E. Lewis r.nd family camo over '"r-m Mi:vcie for a viit with Mrs. Lewis paixnts. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. VanArsdall. -1 member of the memwr ot tne poon tor Country -call 'ped cott.-tsro eacr. j-uuwy. people are vrgexl to brine- e chicken, deviled eggs ar.d I BEAUTIFUL 91 choose as the town people can b II r; Palmer I-e going o take up the insu.ance business attively and will vo longer he co--oeted with the Citi- pLCPLE other things more conveiverry. As the committee w;il be wry husy all baskets should be :it the LuiMing zens State Bank. Hand made Flowers For Corsage Boquet, Hat and dress trimmings V t i i -you IQgw 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. . a crly as possible and not later than Rev. F. F. Hart or and wife of Rig- u cYlook. The refrc hi float cost, nit- lasty 1 C nplTlK's'! ml to tw at the Inch : georgette, Friday and were supper guests of Joe j schooI building be 9 ochxk 1 - we and familr. , . of organdie, or satin. c Royal program this Notke week. 7 ! UYIWII.T-H AINF. NUPTI ALS Dr. C. L. Fcnton will go to Indian- SOLEMNIZED IN OWN HOME i Mrs. Nettie Monohan I apolis Monday where he will attend William Kenneth Rybolt and Ava- j ha MRS. ELLA PATTERSON'S ART STORE j U the Indiana State Dental convention, Jine Haines were ur.xtcd in arriagv ETe---yK!y who tries Tanlac something gcxl to sav about it. W. Hahnc. returning heme Thursdav :t ! n'Ka'-L- Tunc. 1 IV pvnl.liu I ft heir own n?wly furmsheel home, for-( - - .... ! merly the C. o! Frat.tr. horn, just ' IXYyTYYYYYYYYTyTYTYTTYYTW John Dsre and Wi!Man-. Weirauch Mrs. C V. Headley will arrire from Bellefntair.e, O.. Tuesdar to Tv the cusincss trip to Kokomo Fri- made a Jay. ifeuest of her brother Layton Notder was performed by Rer. J. FYyd See- , Ifjn of Sims in the preTrnce the ( parents and few other relatis of the bride and groom. Bertie Oicus ' ami fbnelle Cnkling s--red abest ; ana iamiiy. .Mrs. Headley will re- xrr toi:a ro. i. rnain for the home eominci and other JHrs. .io.iif Koberts has tne to ..... r-t . i n fvts incident to commencement i3--tcn to visit her son Brooks Rob- .... , 1 xr. ert& ;week at the academy. Miss Frarrces . j'N'older is a member of this year's i i ntin and brideswaid. graduating class. Thrve present besides trie eontract- i. ... t r n injuias Martin oi .ew -asue is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tarker on East Second street. Clint .Sellers, whos, e was barfly- T " LiV injured by being stnick by a coif of Hot Weather Specials Quick Meal, Perfection and Puritian Oil Stoves In One, Two, Three and Four Burner Designs. A Complete Line of Ovens ranging in price from $3.00 to $7.50. i clothesline wire which he was stretch Mrs. Laura Hatiies, G. IL- Haines and family, Verne CTevenger and family, Rhinehard Busing, Wayne Fowler ar.d Dcte Davis nwtored to Marion Friday in Mr. Busing's new car. ing in his yard recently, is much improved. He was able to hare the bandages removed Saturday and al- Tsaiah Jay has a complete line of Uwurh he nnot see put of the eye Rugrs, all new cp-to-date, at one-half J j ,is sUtf4 ttc5he vision the usual nri Um ..J"t impared. Mr. Sellers is wear- Frank Rybolt end wife, Gw. SHarp and wife, Bertie" Dicus and Motrelle Omklirag. After the cerenwmy antf the extending of congratulations, rrfreshrraents were served and a plent social heur- eryoyed. The groom is a son f 3Tr. and Mrs. WV F;. Rrbolt of near Pt. rsabel. Since ing colored glasses as a protection. en hand. The body of Eart Bryan lKHiy T1 Kr3ran Guani yvur stomacru It is theL lhe- rMs- graduation From Swayxee Rigji foundation cf health or disease. The uf , v- y.JT Grid's most famcus stomach medic- ,fef ? the hl V'iS ine is Tanlac. II. W. Hahne F18 Mary BJ7n' " nrst. and Wkl- -. t ' j nut street. Funeral semces were v , V frt conducted from the VTesleyan church schoot two years ago he has Been making- good as bookkeeper in the First National Knk of" wayaee. The bride a daughter of Mrs. Laura Refrigerators and Ice Chests, Lawn and Porch Swings, Porch Furniture and Rugs. We can now supply you with the Lemco Moth and Dust Proof Cedar Bags. These are sure protection for your winter garments, blankets, furs, etc. against moths, dust and moisture. 15 cents each. Mrs. Jcnn'- " -;vndav afternoon at 2 o'clock. RVr. Mrs, Hattie Shawhern of Alexsmdria Haines i aims. one o is aer home at RushrfV after a nsit with Mrs, Wilr Undsey, PVs. William fate ef Swayaee high school and: for teslie!n charge. Burial was made at-nrrk Cemetery. Mitchener of Fowlerton, Mri Stout and Mrs. Bash Payne. the past three rears burs Been a successful teacher in the Sims township and Swaytee schools. Both are welt Orlando Jay, formerly of Fair- throughout the community mount and at one time foreman- of knoxm We Carry Wicks for AH Oil Stoves Made. and enjoy the confidence and the best wishes of a very large circle of friends. Swayaee Press the Fairmount News, but now located in Anderson, was in Fairmoant Saturday attending the sectional track Messrs Ferguson, managers of the Royal Theatre, hare decorated the lofcfcy and front of their place with a fresh coat of paint, which makes it look bright and clean in its new dress of yellow with brown trimmings. and field meet on Rush field and re- v7 Inewing old acquaintances, Mr. Jay ,r. .v Knrv Unt-s were pull-lis now instructor in the printing and Parrill & Lewis FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING Ambulance Service s Lfpff NEW PRICE ed from the beds in which they were j graphic arts itm thj An- Anderson . -c-.-.r ilnt and de-lderson high grown V ' ..til U -ouiroed With Cheaper raisins were an important factor in the decline of the value of fruit and fruit products during 1921. More than 2,000,000 girls under the age of sixteen are employed in various occupations in the United States. A single pair of sparrows and a nest of youngi ones consume about 8,000 insects ft week, country. ... v rj (V (V V !V J J -l I a complete plant which I and up-to-date printing A COMPLETE LINE is operated by the students under Mr. 8 lirered to the farmers rnaay ana tfce-e were the forerunners f sever-al million plants which will be transferred to the open fields during the xext few weeks. Jay, they doiiua all of the printing for the Anderson schools.

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