The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on May 22, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, May 22, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Tanlac relieves rheumatism by removing the cause. H. W. Hahne. FORMER RESIDENT WRITES FRIENDS White Goods 4 "Specials" 4 You always get the best at The Mayflower Market. Fresh fish, shipped direct, Thursday and Friday. Will Morris and family, Mrs. Martha Morris and Mrs. Elizabeth Lantz of Pendleton were Sunday guests of R. A. Morris and family. Hal Langsdon and Will Salyers, who are attending Indiana Dental college at Indianapolis, were home for the F. H. S. commencement f es- 3 Victor Records On Sale Today Something new, something different. Best assortment that we have ever shown and at lower prices. - - - - - 1 7 -' v tivities. j ed in full for the benefit of her many I friends who wish to hear from her. Hal Langsdon and William Salyers, j Mrs, Charles taught school here per-who were here for commencement at j haps for a grcater numbeP of terms the high school and a visit with their ; tun o.-.w 7 5c International Novelty Orch. Whiteman and his Orch. Peerless Quartet Peerless Quartet 75c Club Royal Orchestra All Star Trio and Orch. 75c Whiteman and his Orch. Club Royal Orchestra The Bee Hive Cash Store Lower Prices on All Leather Shoes. "Star Brand" No. 18882 Swanee River Moon Medley ) Waltz Do It Again Fox Trot j No. 18884 Mammy Lou Pick Me Up and Lay Me Down ( in Dear Old Dixieland No. 18890 , California Fox Trot ! Who Believes in You? Fox i Trot No. 18891 Some Sunny Day Fox Trot . . . ( Rosy Posy Fox Trot j The Pioneer Ml II THE REXALL STORE. THE LATEST DESIGNS IN CHILDREN'S PIQUE HATS Made ready- for hand work to finish. Silk and Lisle Socks. Also Ladies' Silk Hose, Gingh- ams' Organdies, etc. PARISIAN AND BON TON CORSETS. MRS. ELLA PATTERSON'S ART STORE Save Money And Dress Better Get the Tailored look that stands out that gives you that individual appearance. Prices Upward from $25 RIBBLE BROS. (of course I iOPLE -' Mr. and Mrs. Claud in Marion Saturdav. Huston were jth Real strawberries, shipped at The Mayfower Market. direct, For real fish, shipped direct, go to ' The Mayflower Market'Thursdav and Friday. j Freda Ferguson arrived from Fort Wa-r.e for a visit with George Fer-! juson ar. I family. Miss Xargaret Treon has returned So Mur.cie after a visit with her par- ! nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Treon. i J. of O. ! j : ed j : 5 in - Fairmount People Hear From Mattie Charles Former Teacher Mrs. Miss Lucia Parrill has received a letter of appreciation from Mrs. Mat-tie Charles of Lindsey, Montana. Miss Parrill and a number of the friends of Mrs. Charles subcribed fior I the Fairmount News as a present for I h circle of friends in and around Fair- j mount. j Lindsey, Mont., j April 20, 1922. j AT-.. T- T T . . . . Just received vour splendid letter 0 x , v , . . last Saturday. I was so cjad o hear i . , . . , . from you and how kind of you to j think of sending me the Fairmount j News. als knd in the other friends j who a ided in the sending. We sure- j ,y eniy hearing the old names again ! so many w do not know. If I only i had my eyes, how I should enjoy visit, j ing the old home again. I am so glad I you hear from Agnes and Ella. Tell j Agnes I was so glad to receive her ' letter and will write her the first op- j portunity. One is rich to have such i friend as Agnes and the same can j be said of Ella. I am so glad you i have been blessed wTith so many good 1 friends. I am returning the little I 'black book which you sent me. What a blessing to be able to help those in trouble only by a kind word, or a I poem or a dear gpod letter which you so often write. I have had letters from several pood riends in Fairmount that I have not hem abIe tQ answer. x do j rpc-iate all of them. jjr Charles went to town yester- day and will be back today. It is twenty-six miles to Glendive, our county-seat. I do not stay alone for have some very good neighbors and we also have a hired man. I wish you were well and I could see, how nice to have you visit me. My youngest brother and wife from western Montana expect to visit me this summer. I received a letter from Nellie Jenk- ins in the winter, but have not been able to answer it yet, it was such a good letter and contained so much news- 1 wish yu would tell her, when you see her, that I will answer it at ny first opportunity. I have had other cards and letters I'd love to answer. We have had a late springs rain, snow and wind. The farmers have not more than two weeks work done. .We are plowing for wheat. We have made quite no garden yet. a number of e am gettinsr I' sent CO The price dozen to town vc-steruav. so Inw that v. .- :-,ll T 1 sent twelve pound3 of butter and three pallons of cream. Think how r,Y-h T am We have no church near us. The German Lutherans are to begin holding services within two miles of us. The U. B. had established a church here and were doing much good, but the war and failure of crops caused them tp give it up. We have a community Ladies Aid. composed of all denominations, which is doing much good and is the source of much pleasure. I must close for the present, love you and all my friends. As ever, MATTIE CHARLES. TENNIS GROUND TO BE ENLARGED. Owing to the fact that linemen for the Indiana General Service company had removed a pole at the rear of the Riggs garage on East Washington street, the local tennis club will be able to complete a second court on North Sycamore street. When the ground was laid out for the present court, it was to have been extended accommodate two courts, but ow ing to the obstruction, this was found be impossible. The two courts will be a decided incentive to the al ready popular game. THE HUSTONS "LISTEN IN." ut. ana jvirs. riarry Aidricn were hosts Saturday to Mr. and Mrs, isiauae xiuston ana son uienn at a I'radio party, when Miss Floy Huston and the university choir of DePauw ave their concert at a broadcasting station in Indianapolis. Miss Huston played in concert on Friday evening Indianapols and again on Sunday morning. Mrs. H. L. Dreyer of West-field, N. Y., is the guest of A. F. Dreyer and family. S.unday, Mrs, Dreyer presided at the pipe organ at E. church. Mrs. Dreyer is formerly of Fairmount and for years organist at the M. E. church and part in the Sunday services was much appreciated by her many old time friends. ' ' ! ! ; ! J I , parents, returned Sunday to Indiana Dental college at Indianapolis. Bob Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones of Henley avenue, who had his knee cap misplaced while vaulting 4. . v , at the academy on home-coming day, . , . . . . " is reported as improving nicelv. f Mrs. Lewis Truss of Greentown has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hollingsworth, while attending the evercises incident to commencement wek at the high school. Vem Carey returned to Miamis- burg, O., Sunday afternoon after vis- Iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carey of Jonesboro, and his sister, Mrs. Lamont Brown and family of this place. Iva Louise Taylpr, daughter of William Taylor, of The Journal, and former Gas City residents, won sec- ond prize in a memory contest at the Fairmount schools last week. Gas City Journal. Mrs. Lou Kimes and daughter Miss Bonnie, entertained at Sunday dinner Fred Kimes, wife and daughters Mary J T l -t : if i j j:. : r duu jiaimt oi .uauun, .uit. Auuie mslow and Oz Fankboner and daughter Miss Lpis. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stewart pf War-! saw were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olfather last week and attended the commencement exercises at the high school Gerald Olfather being a member of the graduating class. Mrs. Martha Omelvena, i. . . . . - who has ceen m Clarion with her son, Dr. James Omelvena who is locating there, returned home Saturday. She wa accompanied home by Dr. and Mr Omelvena who were her over Sunday guests. Mrs. Ella Patterson received a post- al card f rpm Fred Patterson and ' ,inur5Si,f' on their west !ern motor alia mnmg trip enroute to the Shriners conclave in California, stating that thty had arrived at St. Louis. r - r t- . 1J- a wen-Known Buffalo mechanic, said he had gained ' twelve pounds; his wife had pained twenty-six pounds and his daughter 1 was gaining every day, by taking Tanlac. H. W. Hahne. Misses Marjorie Armfield and Florence Cox, who are attending school at the Teachers' Training College, Indianapolis, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Armfield and Mrs. Tilman Cox. The ymmg ladies drove through in Miss Cox's car. Airs. Sallie Huston was hostess to the following company Sunday at her home on West Washington street: John Ferree and familv Mrs. Daisv Welbourne and William Vinson of MarioTU Irs- Anna Griffith and daugh ter Aaiame oi v an uuren and . Kev. and Mrs. J. H. Vinson. Elvin Valentine, a member of the graduating class at DePauw university and a former resident of this city, was elected a member of the Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa honorary scholarship society. Membership in this fraternity is granted only to those who have the higihest scholastic standing. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ramsey and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Guin-nip and son Edward of Lawton, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Horton and two sons of Montpelier, Mr. and Mrs. Reason Bevington of Connersville, Mrs. Sibbom Davidson, Mrs. Alice Ramsey and family took dinner at the Edith Bevington .home Sunday. LOCAL YOUNG PEOPLE TO ATTEND CONVENTION Misses Edith Lloyd, Helen Lttle, Phyllis Cooper and Messrs Dwight Lamm, and Leslie Harshbarger will represent the Christion Endeavor of the Friends church and act as delegates to the district convention pf the Christion Endeavor society which will be held in the Second Fiiends church in South Marion on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of this week. Representatives will be pres ent from Marion, Wabash and Fair- mount. , ' ; , j 1 ! j I I I ; 1 I ; a j j j j j j j j ; j . , i ! i 1 i ! ! ' ; i ; 1 : i ! ! ?, tp to to in the was her Mrs. David Jones who has been ill, r has Decn received by friends was taken suddenly worse Friday i l'ere aouneing the birth of a daugh-night and her condition is unimproved, j teT to Mr- and Mrs. L. E. Faddin of , iElkhart. The little one has been Drug Store XEN II. EDWARDS, Mgr. U3S ST2S Announcement Miss Floy Huston will be at home after Tuesday, June G, and wiH take pupils in music for the summer after that date. Phone 298 Fairmount IS OY A I TUl-'ATn? ! U TUESDAY, MAY 23 God's Crucible" Ralph Connor's great "The Foreigner." With Big All-Star Cast. Also News and Snub Folard Comedy WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY MAY 24 and 25 'No Woman Knows rrom rxina rerber s amazing Story, "Fanny Herself." Featuring Mable Julian Scott and Big Cast. Also Good Comedy "THE BOTTLE BABY" FRIDAY, MAY 26 WILL ROGERS IN 'Boys Will be Boys' A sure cure for the Blues. A Mile of Fun Also Buddy Post Comedy "IN AND OUT" SATURDAY, MAY 27 MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN IN "The Inferior Sex" Supported by Milton Sills Also Al St. John Comedy "WINDOW TRIMMER" Show each evening, 7:15 and 9, except Saturday Matinee, 2:30, Evening 7 and 8:45. Music to correspond with pictures with D. M. HEADRICK at the organ. m ill VA Trom III story, John Treon and family spent Sunday with relatives in Alexandria. Mrs. Hort Ribble and son James were the over Sunday guests of Han-f.eld relatives. Thelman Lewis left Saturday for Indianapolis, to assist his father W. Lewis in a painting contract. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Adams and daughter Esther Eileen are the guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of Fort Wayne are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Atkinson on Henlev avenue. " I you want strawberries that are! strawberries, rich in flavor, get If real them at The Mayflower Market. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless attend- ! church at Pt. Isabel Sunday and j were dinner guests of Mrs. Angie Kilrore. Supt. and Mrs. O. T. Hamilton are t i r i - , , ... - i::uiar.appns at me Dedside of a j 'brother of Mr. Hamilton who is seri- j ously ill. Rev. Martin Lee Grant, pastor of j ie local Congregational church, was ; appointed Moderator at the Indiana held at Whiting recentlv. '"This Tanlac is really the first medicine I have ever taken that does jwhat they say it will do," said J. F. what thev sav it will ,n M T r IicHy, Lexington, Ky. H. W. Hahna. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fowler and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts had a most delightful drive Sun-cay in their new car. not th lonst part oi the enjoj ment beins the tvc- ic dinner which was eaten enroute. named Vivian Lucile. Mrs. Faddin was formerly Mrs. Ada Payne of Fair-mount. 3Ir. and Mrs. Charles Child, who have spent the past year with their daughter, Mrs, H. E. McCartney in Harlam. Iowa, expect on Mav 27 to j start for California. Friends wishing j to find them can do so by addressing to San Gabriel, California, care J. E. Dillon. Rev. T. P. Baker arrived in Fair- ! j mount from Sheridan, Thursday, on j a business trip. Rev. Baker, who was j the former president of the Indiana conference of the Wesleyan Methodist church, is now the missionary secretary of the general conference of the same church. Several beet workers and their families arrived in Fairmount Wednesday from Moline, EL, having been sent here by the Holland-St. Louis Sugar Beet company and Samuel Leer, local field manager for the company, was busy all day , getting them located for the season. Mrs. Cox arrived f nom Illinois to be the giuest of Mrs. W A. Kimes and other friends. On Sunday Mrs. Kimes arranged a motoring party for Mrs. Cox and the drove to Center church where they attend services and from there to Converse where they were guests of Mrs. Michales and also visited friends in Amboy before returning home. Ms. Martha J. Ehrhart of Anderson, has been appointed to administer the estate of her mother, Mrs. Anna Gardner, whose death occurred recently. The estate is valued at about $7,000 and the heirs, beside Mrs. Ehrhart, are two sons, Thomas Gardner, of Summitville, and W. A. Gardner, of Fairmount, a grandson and seven granddaughters. Summitville News. j ! j j ! ' MISS LORETA RUSH HOSTESS AT HOUSE PARTY Miss Loreta Rush enteretained at a jweek-end house party Miss Jane Tay-i lor of Philadelphia, Pa., Miss Mae Stanley of Anderson, and Philip Fur- nas and Cecil Cloud pf Richmond. All these young people did relief and ve- construction work in Ser ing the war; aJl with Mis rbia follow- s Rush be longed to the same unit working on the A. F. S. C, and it was a happy reunion. ' Colleges Take "Washer Boys." The large laundries ;,re'nniii!; to revised their price Ksts in keeping with the return t "normalcy," says the New York Sun, hut this doesn't apply to Mr. John Chinaman's laundry. He ad-;ii.Usvhe is getting cheaper soap and cheaper starch, hut he insists China hoys to do the work are scarcer and higher than ever. Many of the Chinese -..nth: 9r fninc to universities and liosoroiils some l nun iMiMrmoi j jvrts. and turn up their noses at pushing a gas iron in a laundry. It's only the old Chinese that will wash clothes, and they work slowly. So, says Lee Sing, until things jret a little more normal and the younger Chinese drop some of their higher educational ideas, he can't see how a laundry ticket can be exchanged for less money. No Hro to His Housekeeper. What wfH Josephine say to the award of the Nobel prize for literature to M. Anatole France? Josephine during many years was housekeeper to the great novelist and kept his home in such a perfection of comfort serving, indeed, as the model for the Ideal Therese of "Le Crime de Sylvestre Bonnard" that there was much grief In two hearts when infirmity made it necessary some few years ago for her to be superannuated. But though she cared so diligently for his bodily needs the old woman would never admit any very high opinion of her master's Intellect. "Is the master In?" once inquired a very distinguished visitor. "The master," grunted Josephine contemptuously, "why do you call him the master? He is master of nothing but his food, and even that he can only master when he has It In his mouth." Manchester Guardian. Staneh Ocean Veteran. Ask any veteran Inhabitant of Dockside, In London, If he remembers the Cutty Sark, and It Is likely that his eye will glisten as he answers, "Yes." Tell him she may be seen In the Surry commercial docks, and he will be hard of belief. Yet so It is. The Cutty Sark was once a famous tea clipper which, on one famous occasion did 182 knots in 12 hours. Bteam power drove her off the China route, and now she sails the sea under the name of Ferrelra, flying the Portuguese flag. For years her wooden walls have withstood the buffetings of the ocean, and It would appear as though she might outlast many an Iron Teasel driven by steam. Scientific American. . . There will be a meeting of the W. C T.U. Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Hollingsworth on South Main street. ROYAL THEATRE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY May 24 and 25 ' n r -N r- Amazfnc Storu of FANNY HERSELF, the ramous Novel bg Edna FertrnarvekxisJg to!d in a tfreat picture. Directecf by the man wtx made Outside tt?e Lav -Tod Brcrvrmj Also GOOD COMEDY GOOD MUSIC Show: 7:15 and 9 p. m.

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