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May 18, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS JACK FROST AIDS Mrs. Bitner came over from El-wood to attend the exercises incident to commencement week at the high school and is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parker and family. White Good By RUTH W. BAKER m The W. F. M. S. of the M. E. church which was to have met with Mrs. Ed Olfather, Tuesday, May 23, has been postponed until Wednesday, May 24 at which time it is desired that all members be present. Daddy PURETEST Says: Put No. 6 Disinfectant and Dip into the dark, moist corners of your home. ifo. t not alone kills germs but also odors. A little No. 6 Disinfectant in the scrub water is fine and a safeguard against infectious diseases. Wash your garbage pail and sprinkle its surroundings with No. 6 Disinfectant Solution. No. 6 Disinfectant is a splendid fly repellant. A generous size bottle for 25c at the REXALL Store. The Pioneer Drug Store Isaac Malone and other Fairmount parties went to Muncie Wednesday morning to appear as witnesses in th Something new, some-thing different. Best assortment that we have ever shown and at lower prices. trial of Alva Lynch who is being tried i on a chargje of highway r.obbery in the Delaware county circuit court. THE REXALL STORE. XEN H. EDWARDS, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Bolander and Mrs. ! Lessorgfe. of Oaklandon, parents of I Supt. and Mrs. Otto T. Hamilton wore here to attend the baccalaureate exercises held in the high school audi torium Sunday evening and other ex- : ercises in connection with the closing ! of the school year and also to attend ! the sectional track and field meet held j on Rush field. i The Bee Hive Cash Store Lower Prices on All Leather Shoes. Star Brand" 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. MRS. ELLA PATTERSON'S ART STORE VvivV,vv',vvvvyv','vv'V Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey and son Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Guinnip and son James Edwin of Lawton, Mich., will arrive today for a visit with the Ramsey and Beving-ton families. George Ramsey is the son of Mrs. Alice Ramsey of South Walnut street and Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. Guinnip are daughters of Mrs. Edith Bevington on South JMS11 street. Clifford Bundy, having recently received his discharge form the U. S. army, has arrived home. Save Money And Dress Better Mrs. O. E. Curless and Mrs. John Dare were in .Miarion Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Minnie Moore. Rev. B. I. Eddy, wife and children Announcement recently of Sierra Leone, West Afri Get the Tailored look that stands out that gives you that individual appearance. A nine and a half pound baby boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jones Friday, of North Vine street. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors who so kindly (offered their assistence in the sickness and death of our dear husband, son and brother; also for the beautiful floral offerings; to the Rev. Kennison and Rev. Jpnes for their kind words of sympathy in our sad bereavement; to those who so kindly furnished machines, and also to the ones whp furnished the singing. Mrs. Leona Watt, Mr. and iMlrs. Wesley Watt. Mrs. Stella Venitz. ca are visiting Mr. Eddy's brother, Rev. F. R. Eddy. Rev. B. I. Eddy is a West African missionary and this is his third trip, each term covering a period of three years. The two brothers attended the quarterly meeting at South Marion where they were guests over Sunday, Rev. B. I. Eddy giving an address at the college. He will also gtive an address at the college on Tuesday night of this week. Miss Floy Huston will be at home after Tuesday, June 6, and will take pupils in music fpr the summer after that date. Phone 298 Fairmount C. L. Roberts, wife and son Jack Norman, were week-end visitors in Marion, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gregg. Prices Upward from $25 RIBBLE BROS. (of course) cm Courtney Crandall has moved his family form residence property on lIain street to Marion where he has inpayment 529! ft WILL AN PEOPLE ADJUSTMENT Mrs. H. C. Martin has returned to her home in Dayton, O., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Claude Jones and family. HELP ME .... MR. AND MRS. CHARLES WOODS ENTERTAIN FOR NEWLY-WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood entertained Wednesday evening! at six o'clock dinner, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harvey and Mrs. Ruth Arnett of Jonesboro and Mrs. Claude Wood of Chicago. The dinner was given complimentary tio Mr. and Mrs. Harvey who are newly-weds. Mrs. Harvey was formerly Miss Carrie Arnett and is well known in Fairmount. MRS. R. A. MORRIS GIVES CHARMING PARTY. Mrs. R. A. Morris entertained at another of her charming parties Friday afternoon, the honor guests being Miss Katharine Welch and Miss Laura Morland of Oxford, O., who are visiting Mrs. Lincoln Stookey. Artistic decarations of spiraea and fleur-de-lis beautified the receiving rooms and during the course of the afternoon delicious refreshments were served. 31 f '4 .are a C3r Mrs. Harlev Fritz and Mrs. Rueb- I t". Chiropractic uOju.siuientsput 'f li your nervous system in re-pair . Ill Me ATE E & McATHK en Fritz and their guest Mrs. William Lamb of Baltimore, O., drove to Indianapolis Tuesday. !!! fin Mf Ul ii Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parker spent Sunday in Elwood. Davenport. Iowa HAT a wonderful i(j w TOWN CLERK LITTLE . 122. by McClure Newspaper Syndicate. Pauline rose impatiently from the great davenport. Why should it be so difficult to make a decision? Surely she could not love two men equally well? She could be happy with one, of that she was sure, but, alas, Jim's voice had great power to thrill her ! The sound of his step on the stair could cause her heart to beat suffocatingly. Last night, at the country club dance, both men had asked the right to place on the third finger of her left hand the shining circlet which means but one thing. She thought whimsically that it was unfortunate that she could marry but one. The girl was no coquette. She instinctively shrank from the thought f bringing unhappiness to anyone. But, which one should she marry? .Chan-ning was coming this afternoon for his answer, and she was no nearer to knowing what that answer was to be than she had been the night before. Restlessly she wandered from room to room, readjusting a chair here, a curtain there. She moved across the room to the window. There she stood watching the children who were sliding on the icy walk. Their hearty laughter rang through the clear, frosty air, and Fauline smiled In ready sympathy. She would have liked to have Joined in their sport. A familiar figure rounded the corner and she caught her breath. It was Jim ! Oh, surely he wasn't coming to see her now! Surely he must remember that he was not to come until evening! He must not be there when Channlng arrived 1 Hastily she rang for her maid. "Hester," she said, "I am at home to no one but Mr. Charming." "Very well, Miss Pauline." The girl turned again to the window. The man was rapidly approaching the house and she noted with a sense of pleasure the air of distinction about him. She remembered how proud she had been of her handsome escort last night. Channing was a dear, but he lacked the assurance, the clever wit that made the other man stand out from hi;? fellows. A wave of pity swept over her, and instantly she knew that she had made a decision. She was sorry for Channing because she must hurt him by marrying Jim! As the hurrying man reached the stone steps one of the children, with a squeal of pure joy, slid along the sidewalk and lost her balance directly before Jim. Pauline, watching from the window, could not suppress her laughter. The dignified James, of all people, to be sitting, crimson with embarrassment, on an icy sidewalk directly before her house! A moment later her mirth changed to consternation, then quickly to anger, for, having struggled to his feet, .lim had seized the inno-vat cause of his ig-nonrnous tumble and was energetically shaking her. "Now run hoiae, every one of you," he cried furiously, and like frightened rabbits the children scurried around the corner. Pauline held her breath as she watched him straighten his hat, glance furtively and somewhat sheepishly at the windows, then stride up the steps. "Oh, I hope Hester reiueuilers," she whispered, as she drew back still further from the curtained window. "I never want to see him again ! That poor little girl." She heard the door open, then close, and Jim went slowly down the steps again. She felt no thrill now as she watched him. In a half panic-stricken way she was thinking, "And I might have married a man who didn't like children!" As the minutes went slowly by she began to fear that Channing, too, might fail her. At last he came, but not exactly as she had expected him, for he almost no. actually rushed Into the room, holding In his arms a child whose grubby fists were making strange marks on a tear-wet face. "I knew you wouldn't mind If I brought the little shaver in, Pauline," was Channlng's greeting. "You see," he burst Into a hearty laugh, "we had a little mix-up on the ice, and when we got untangled this chap seemed to be on the casualty list. I thought some wltchhazel might fix him up all right." With shining eyes, Pauline ran upstairs for the bottle, and together they bathed the bruises. Soon the child slipped off Channlng's knee. "I gotta go home now," he announced. A moment later, with a slice of cake In each hand, he was ushered ceremoniously out the front door. Pauline turned to Channing. I think you are the nicest man I ever knew," she exclaimed. "Why, Pauline," stammered the surprised Channing, "Do you will you that is, may 1 " "Yes," Interrupted the girt, with a happy laugh, "I do, and I will, and you may I" i Case in Point. "Don't you think," said the philosopher, "it's a great mistake for a man to wear himself but In an effort to get ahead of the other fellow?" "A very great mistake," replied Mr. Chugglns. "I once tried that with a motor cycle cop." Mrs. Charles S. S. White has returned to her home in Indianapolis after a visit with her father, J. W. Wilson of South Main street. Rev. Martin Lee Grant is attending, fciiierence at Wheeling. '-; Think of the complexity ASKS FOR BIDS ON WELL J At a meeting"; of the town board I Monday night the town, clerk was authorized to publish note:es to bid- I ders that bids will be received up to ; vt delicate mechan- ism and how it goes on ;'t and on performing its Raymond Kinc'.i spent Sunday with Us sister in Anderson. THE MISSES BEVINGTON HOSTESSES AT PARTY. Misses Mary and Edith Bevington were hostesses Wednesday evening to a number of the high school students at a merry party at their home on South Mill street after the Style Show which was given at the high school. Music and games were fea-tares of the evening's entertainment and a delicipus pot luck supper was served. 5'.-. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and Miss Gladys Smith drpve to Butlerville Saturday evening for an over Sunday I visit with their son R. C. Smith. I multitude of actions. It needs repairing instead of endless drug dosing and Nature is the carpenter. W hen a part of the body becomes weak and diseased Chironrap- Richard Knight who has been ill for a year is reported some better. i June 19 on the installation of a well of not less than 16 inches, to be equipped with a vertical centrifugal motor driven pump of not less than 500 gsl-Yn capacity, to be located on the nsw property at the water works. a Dwight Vanorsdal of Rushville c:i Miss Helen. Cox this week. Ed Harvey and wife entertained at Sunday dinner Hude Dyson and fami- i ly, Elmer Stookey and family of Ma- i "4 u rrl non and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curdless. tic will, by adjusting the f spine, release the nerve energy that is needed and health results nat-I urally. Ask for Chiropractic literature jfl M5ATFSrMcATEE Wayne Fowler is building a garage vn Hit rear of his lot on East Second SUNDAY SERVICES t Wilbur Conrad who plays with a Cincinnati orchestra is home for a few days' visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad on West First street. According to tests of the bureau of standards, this country makes better chemical glassware than has ever been imported with respect to resistance to chemical attack, power to withstand sudden cooling, and mechanical strength. Rev. J. J. Coleman and family are pending the week with relatives at Plymouth. r' PHONE FAIRMOUNT -2S0 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler are mjoying a new Overland chummy roadster. Mrs. Burton Elliott, who. was here looking after business in connection with the settlement of her mother's estate, has returned to her home in Chicago. 1EFxo&1ol Seisin Mrs. Richard Kinght has been to Marion on ac-tpunt of her being very ill. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7.30. REV. J. P. WILLIAMS, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. At the evening service the pastor will give a report of the Congregational church conference which is being held at Whiting, Ind.. this week. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Pastor FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Rev. S. Adelbert Wood. Subject, The Ordinances. Junior Mission Band, 3 p. m. Thell Crab, wife and children, Ethel, Mary, Lucile and George, Noble Murphy, wife and baby of Marion, A. P. Wheeler, who was the guest f Emmerson Moon, has returned to his home in Chicago. were guests of George Crab and wife Sunday. AT THE MAYFLOWER MARKET Kenneth and Lorence Shipley of Glenn Pearson has been called from Chicago by the serious illness of his father Henry Pearson. Anderson who have been spending the last two- weeks with their erand mother, Mrs. Richard Kinght. have returned home. John Furnish and wife have returned fnom Louisiana where they spent the winter with their son. LARGE, SWEET, STRAW BERRIES; GOOD RIPE BANANAS. Miss Mary Bryan, who recently lost both her father and brother has cone Intermediate Endeavor, 5 p. m. There will be no meeting of the to Danville, 111., where she will make Mrs. Ella Patterson is absent from ler store on account of the illness of her father Henry Pearson. Senior Christian Endeavor . , her home for the summer with her uncle, Lewis Bryan. Evening service, 7: 30 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH "Cristian Americanization" is the Barrel Cookies, doz 10c Ginger Snaps, 2 lbs for 25c Can Cream 10c Common Sense Baking Powder 2 lb. can 30c Starch, lump, 3 lbs. for.... 25c Sweet Pickles, doz 18c Vinegar, gal 35c Lettuce, lb 20c New Potatoes, 5 lbs 25c Beach Nut Macaroni, 15c and one free. O ranges, doz 30c Fresh Broad or Fine Noodles.. 20c, lb Boneless Ham, sliced, lb... 50c Full Cream Cheese, lb 25c Mrs. Birch Miller has returned from Anderson where she spent sev-nl days visiting relatives. new study in the Ep worth League. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plank entertained at dinner Sunday Lloyd Mitchell and Russel Maxwell of Muncie, Osborn Rush and Misses Opal, Hazel and Olive Rush, Miss Lenore Ramsey gives the lecture. All young folks find it fitting. The Ladies Aid cf the Christian church will serve at the alumni ban-oa at the high school Thursday Stay ' for church. Plenty singing. Short sermon. Hear the bell ring. It has been silent several Sundays. Answer its call for Sunday school, 9:30. TOMATOES, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS, HEAD LETTUCE, CABBAGE, MANGOES. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jones and their house guest, Mrs. H. C Martin drove to North Manchester this week and were guests of Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. F. L. Clymer. rVe expect 200. Public worship, with Mrs. Charles. Roberts and son Charles cf" Lafayette were the guests of t&e Former's sister, Mrs. Retta Crisco Sunday. The Mayflower Rev. Charles O. Whiteley of O ska- Iowa, and Rev. Adelbert Wood Bob Lindsay, Prop, Phone 11. Mrs. F. D. Pearce of Kenton, O., is here for the exercises in connection with commencement week at the high school and also for a visit with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Peirce. sad wife were guests of Miss Dorothy Xether on Monday. preaching by the pastor at 10:30. You will find a cordial welcome. Come and see. DAVID S. JONES, Pastor. WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Class meeting, 10:30 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 pan. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7: 30 p. m. Regjular preaching service by the pastor each Sunday evening at the usual hour. You are given a cordial invitation to worship with us. J. J. COLEMAN, Pastor. Rev. Charles O. Whiteley of Oska-Iqpsa, Iowa, was here Monday to see tax cousin, Jacob Woollen, who re cti tically ilL You Can't Afford to be Without The Fairmount News At the Reduced Price. Floy Husljon, a student at DePauw university, will assist the university choir in a concert to be given in Indianapolis Saturday ngfit. On Sunday at 10 o'clock at one of the churches in Indianapolis, Miss Huston will give a concert together with Miss Jane Johnson, vocalist. At the Faculty Tea. She (sweetly, as they sip their tea together) Isn't this delicious? He (absent-mindedly) Yes, I love to take tea with a little lemon. Tire Ladies Aid. of the M. E. church Rigdon will give an ice cream supper in the basement of the M. EL .-e&otth at Rigdon Saturday evening.

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