The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on May 29, 1922 · Page 4
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May 29, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS WANT STATE TO TAKE OVER THE ROAD NOW Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Duller d Mi- Bv-rt Kelly w e Marion visitors Fri -y. Five Dollars Five Acre Corn Contest Started Strenuous EfTort Being Made to Secure as Large an Enrollment this Year As Was Had Last Work has been started throughout Indiana obtaining enrollment for the five acre corn growing contest which is conducted each year by the Indiana Corn Growers Association and the : ROY A TT ItiikatkijIJL TUESDAY, MAY 30 ZANE GREY'S Famous Novel MAM OF THE FOREST With a Big Cast Also Comedj- "LOOSE CHANGE" and Pathe News WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY GLORIA SWANSON IN THE GREAT MOMENT By Elinor Glyn A big supporting cast including MILTON SILLS A Paramount Picture Will buy choice of any Ladies or Men's Oxfords in ourStore. See them before you buy. Agricultural Extension Department j B--htold, Wabash county commission-of Purdue University. Thus far the 1 ers and S- B' Win. Wabash county enrollment is not as large as for 1921, i road superintendent, met with the when 1149 farmers started and 359 i lard at Indianapolis, finished, weather conditions causing The officials asked to have the un-over half to drop out. j improved road sections, exclusive of The five acre committee of the In- ihose not bcin improved by the coun- diana Corn Grower's Association is ff-t f'may condition them ll The Bee Hive Cash Store obtain an enrollment as large as that;use" I of last year, but because of lack of ! The commissioners indicated to the ; funds with which to carry on an ag- board the progress Wabash county gressive campaign not as many have j nas made in carrying out its part of been signed. Five acre contestants i an agreement to improve the LaFon-must be members of the Corn Grow- J taine extension and a part of the er's association and the membership ; road into LaFontaine for which con- Star Brand" SHoes Are Solid L - Z i. , must be in the secretary's office at UillilJClie !'V o une 15. Every corn grower is urged to send in his mem- ' ing of gravel on the LaFontaine ex-bership so that he may be eligible to j tension has already been started by compete. Large membership lists j the contractor. This work, it is re-are already in from Adams, DeKalb, ! ported, will be complete in two Hancock, Tipecanoe and Wayne coun- months, connecting with the LaFon-ties. j taine pavement. From the Noble The five acre work was organized by township line to a point near LaFon- II lie Clark rai Lim: The pi-.it y r.iade the trip vy autcnubiic. Mrs. David Jon s is slowly improving after a two weeks' illness. John Beasley of Kokomo spent Sun-with Mr. and Mrs. Will Beaslcv. Mrs. Fran.i White and grandson Donald sput Sunday in Mai ion. Mr. and Mr.?. O. E. Curies? drove to and where he will be empVyed. Mrf!. Myrtle GUbreath and duuehtc C O 1 . . , I ouiiuaj huh ww LasKey ana 1 familv. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Roy Mayse of Marion were guests of Fairmount friends !la?t week. Mrs. Henry Pernod of Gas City, j ner parents. Mrs. Charles Coahran. The Fairmount Band furnished the musii nt the mi !T!.r!:3l cv.', k.j l-.l.l in Alexandria Sunday. The natural, refreshing sleep of a healthy Wdy is enjoyed by those who take Tanlae. H. W. Hahne. 1 Miss Zola Beasley of Shortridje hich school spent Sunday with her paients. Mr. and Mrs. Will Beaslev. . j Will Johnson of the Technical hich Si!iool of Indianapolis spent Sunday v. a bria? ana "slItM reiauv.ents Ed Bailey and family of Anderson! j ; ; "S3 Save Money And Dress Better Get the Tailored look that stands out that gives you that individual appearance. Prices Upward from S25 RIBBLE BROS. (of course "YOU nun At?-.alcvr. 2:k indav in Indiana' Mrs. C s Yc her in r:aav with her r Maiion. is the 1 uivier i strengthener Id folks. H. W. and I .-.d Hah: o. Mv. ?. : or Mrs. Ku r a viit h D. Pope arrived with Mrs. Pope's part ts. Mr, and Mis. Frank Zke. Mr. sr.d Mrs. M 01 ; Sericlu and daughter Mary and Miss Yada Downing went to Greenslurg for a short visit. Roy Heck left Saturday afternoon for Indianapolis to join his wife and baby who are at the home George MeCaskev. of Dr " Mrs. II .-.ward Bennett has arrived frc-m Omaha, Neb., and will guest of her parents Mr. and vcihn StruWe for a month. . returned i Mrs. Robert Little ha 1 ! j ! ' i I i i ! 1 ; I 1 i Wabash County Commissioners Pre- i sent Request to the State High-May Commission An effort to have the state highway commission take the road between Marion and Wabash immediately to become a part of the state road system was made last week when Ar- thur Tomson' Henry White and Jacob ty, taken over in order that the state ' for immediate ! tracts have been awarded. ! Cuttinsr down the errades and haul- ; taine the road will be taken over and improved by the state, as well as the road south of LaFontaine to Marion. j Preparations are also being made : by the contractor to hasten improve- ' ment of the section of road through LaFontaine and to the north. 1 DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE I OX WILLIAM JONES. I A most delightful surprise was planned and carried out on Will Jones Sunday at his home on Henley avenue. The surpriscrs were the members of the Little Ridge church and Sunday school. Mr. Jones having formerly lived in that neighborhood. Lin Wil-f(n induced Mr. Jones early S.unday : morning to take a ride with him and j contrived to reach the Jones home just as the Little Ridge people were ; driving in. The event was certainly i a happy one. The dinner, which was , the last word in good eats was serveel . cafeteria style in two courses, the first course being served from the lining room and the second from the j Jireakfast room. The guests includ- j ed Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Harvey, Mr. i and Mrs. Denny Winslow, Mr. and ; Mrs. J. W. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. A.. E. RatlitT, Mr. and Mrs Calvin Han-J cock. Mr. and Mrs. Lin Wilson, Mr. j anil Mrs. Ed Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. J. ' B. Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank , Wright, Mr and Mrs. C. S. Wright, j daughter Edith and son Ralph, Arthur ; Biewer and family. George Hasty and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Dare, j daughter Cecil Tetrick and son How- j ,ard Tetrick, Mrs. Lester Kimes and j . two sons. Misses Pauline and Alice i i Ratlitf. Gladys Barnhart and Lucy ! Haisley, Mrs. Etta Doherty, Willis ; Ratlitf, Hiram Harvey and Wilson ' Doherty. ; HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ORGANIZED THURSDAY Ten girls from the vocational classes of the high school met Thursday afternoon with Miss Jessie Wright, Vo- icational Home Economics teacher of ; . l tne high school, at the home of Mrs. ! Charles Haugh on Henley avenue. The purpose of the meeting was to organize a vocational home economics club and in the course of the organization Edith Bevington was chosen president, Vada Downing vice-president, Zora Albertson secretary and Helen Leach treasurer. Laura Brown was made chairman of the program committee, Mary Albertson chairman of finance comittee and Mildred Lyons chairman of the social committee. Members of the committee appointed to frame a constitution and draft bylaws were Anna Bosley, chairman, Treva Parker, Mildred Lyons and Maxine Bannister; also Edith Bevington and Zora Albertson ex officio. Following the business meeting the young ladies repaired to the Stephens confectionary parlor where they were served with refreshments. There will be a meeting of the constitutional committee next week when final arrangements for future meetings will be made. The party was also in the nature of a farewell to Miss Wright who left Saturday for her home in Newcastle where she will spend her summer vacation. BAD EGGS MUST NOT BE SOLD, SAYS LAW I. L. Miller, state food and drug commissioner, is notifying egg producers, dealers and shippers over the state that the sale of bad eggs or of stale incubator or water eggts as fresh eggs is in violation of the law and that prosecution will be instituted wherever evidence of violation can be secured. Inspectors of the food and drug department of the State Board of Health and all county, city and town health officers are instructed to Rev. Martin Lee Grant of Marion was in Fairmount Thursday calling on friends. Glenn Moon left today for Florida where she will remain during the summer. Emerson Moon and family and C. L. ,u,wus arm Iai moiorea to lvoko . mo junaav. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker were guests of Indianapolis relatives a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.. S. While of Indianapolis are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wilson. W. J. Lewis and son Thelman, who are employed in Indianapolis, spent the week-end at home. The postolUce will be closed all day Tuesday in observation of Decoration day. No rural deliveries will be made. George Ferguson and family and I 1- T- . . . :i l.ti.cv rciu.Hui ana wiie motoreu to Kokomo our.uay and spent the day at the park. John Marshall and daughters Helen and Martha of Indianapolis are guests of Mrs. Andrew Weyler and other relatives. Wayne Fowler and wife, Dwight Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fowler were Sunday guests of Porter Thomas and family of Marion. E. L. Baker. Jr.. will leave for Tn- jdianapolis this evening where he will remain for the summer with his par- 7,1 ., Mii Maude Reeves if-;cnt Sunday ii 1 --wler a;! were grc -ts S i. r-i j'tn.ieiu of Scho. '? Prof. Mu'lins, who was sei.on-Iy injured in an automobile wreck re- ;cently and is 'on fined in the Giant icountv honit'd. is reported to be cet- ting along ly. Hude Ds-n and family dro-? to Lafayette iinday and were accom-panievl home by their son Doyte who is a senior aj Purdue university, and who will ruv.ra in a few days to the school for ihe commencement exercises. Miss Lillian Duiuar had as hei Sunday guests. Mrs. Ed Winslow of j Mar. on. Miss Leonic Day and iis--. -uauoe ivimoroujiii- in tlie late afttr- ,v0" tho Pvty motored to Jonesb-,r- to 011 r?- E?n Ice who is seriou-- lv ill. Mi. r.nd Mis. P. C. Richards, Mr. j Mis. r Peek of Marion an i Miss Ca;io I Moore of Muncie. The Women's Home Missionary Stx-iety of the M. E. church will hold C. 1 ill , , ifjiuiar iuoiiiniy meeting 1 nursaay afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otto Wells on Buckeye and Jefferson streets. The annual election of officers will take place at this time. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cox expect to leave soon for an indefinite stay with their son Boyd Cox and wife in Elkhart. Mr. Cox has been ill for several months and the change is made in the hopes that it will be beneficial. George Fowler and wife, who are house guests at the home of Mr. Fow. ler's brother Wayne Fowler, drove to the home of Clarence Christopher and wife north of Marion Friday and spent the day. Mrs. James Bell, mother of Mrs. Chrisopher, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Lufus Green entertained at their nt me on South Scya-more street Sunday in honor of the !atters birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. B-rt Kelly, Mr. and Aim. O range Prin and daughter Edna. Mi. and Mrs. Lswrence Buller, Mrs. Catherine Bulie Green and B F. Mrs. Frank and Ed The Epwyorth League had charge of the Sunday evening services at the M. E. church. The president, Lloyd Campbell and his four vice presidents had charge of responsive reading, after which a croup of leaguers gave a playlet illnstiating the work the gue is doing by the aid of the MatSe cross which is a symbol of the !eaguc. Every paper concerning) the transfer of real estate in New York city must be filed in the office of a woman Miss Anne Matthews, recently installed as the city's first woman register. Italy has 4,800,000 lemon trees which produce 1,260,000,000 lemons per anum. I j Mark Brown and Mrs. Emma leach J-.nos c : Anderson spent Su-i-of Kokor.-.o made calls on a number of ,I;'-V P?'onts. Rev. and Mrs. Fairmount friends Sunday afternoon. 1 ,:vi'' Jones rrd family. O'ker Sun- . ; -.rtr. at the Jones honiD uho FRIDAY, JUNE 2 RALPH INCE IN WET GOLD Everything from exciting horse races to deep sea submarine action. Also Comedj- "A COUNTER PLOT" SATURDAY, JUNE 3 KING VIDOR'S THE FAMILY HONOR Also Al St. John's Comedy "FIRED AGAIN" 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. IIEADRICK at the organ. enforce the provisions oT the law, which is as follows: The Indiana Pure Food Law Forbids the Sale or OiTeringi for Sale of Eggs which are in any degree Decomposed, Putrid or Rotten, by Paragraph 4 of Section 2 of the Law which reads: An article shall be deemed as adult, erated: In the case of food If it con. ists in any proportion of a filthy, decomposed, putrid or rotten animal substance. SFICTION -1 makes it the duty of all peace and health olTicvrs to seize egg)S found to be unwholesome and which are intended for sale or offered for sale. SECTION 10 of the act provides that any person, persons, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this act, shall upon conviction fpr the first offense, be punished by a fine of not less than $10 nor more than $30; for the second offense, by a fine of not less than $25 nor more than ?10O and imprisonment in the county jail for not less than Thirty nor more than Ninety days. E.rgs were first incubated in Engr land by a charcoal fire under a cotton covering, Announcement Miss Floy Huston will be at home after Tuesday, June 6, and will take pupils in music for the summer after that date. Phone 298 Fairmount WANTED! Your Dry Cleaning and Pressing HOFFMAN STEAM PRESS Methods and Machinery Modern. Cleanery Naptha and Benzole are mod ' for your cleaning with moisture properly removed to prevent fading and shrinkage. Sufficient quantities, used alternatly, to clean thoroughly. C. E. BROWN Fairmount the Indiana Corn Grower's Associa - tion in 1914 to encourage higher yields and more economic production, The work has been carried to a sue- cessful conclusion each year since its organization, steadily growing each year and in 1921 the enrollment was larger than for any one proceeding year. The committee is very anxious that 1922 show even a larger enrollment. The corn growers' association gives medals to members making an official vield of 75 to 100 bushels r-er acre rn an area ofv five acres; a gold medal for each person who produces 100 bushels or over; a silver medal. 85 to 100 bushels per acre; a bronze medal, 75 to 85 bushels per acre. These medals bear the seal of the association on one side with the name and the yield engraved on the reverse side and are suspended to a black watch fob. A certificate of award, suitable for framing, is also presented to each person producing, over 75 bushels of irn per acre, bearing the seal of Indiana and the seal of the Indiana Corn Growers' Association with the signatures of the president, secretary a"l chairman ot the nve acre committee. Each county, where the five acre woik is organized, is .otTerincr a minimum of $25 in c:.sh to be distributed to the contestants in the count v. METHODISTS PLAN STATE HEADQUARTERS Bishop Frederick Lecte of Indianapolis Appoints a Finance Committee For Purpose Establishment of a large state head- quarters building in Indianapolis is planned ey tne imnana -Metnoaist episcopal church. Bishop Frederick Leete, at the closing session of the spring meeting of the state council last wppk arinnin teil a fin.inrf rnm - ,;f mittee with a view of obtaining the building. Members of the committee named by Bishop Leete follow: F. E. Beauchamp, Sheridan; Frank C. Baugh, Evansville; Charles W. Beech, Peru; Locke Bracken, Greens-burg; Horace H. Burr, Newcastle; John N. Carey, Brandt C. Downey and J. I. Holeomb, Indianapolis; W. E. Carpenter, Brazil; A. B. Cline, Bluff -ton; Charles N. Cline, Kendallville; J. D. Coppes, Nappanee; C. O. Holmes Gary; Horace M. Kramer, Richmond; E. E. Love, Worthington; J. W. Morrow, Charleston; Dr. D. B. Meyers, Bloomington; C. H. Neff, Anderson; J. H. Reed, Logan sport; J. W. Rowe, Bedford; E. II. Ruschaupt, New Palestine; A. H. Sapp and Morton B. Stultz, Huntington; E. E. Scott, Madison; J. C. Shirk, Brookville; E. T. Singleton, Martinsville; L. N. Scott, Fort Wayne; A. E. Stark, Aurora; F. L. Trees, Kokomo; W. K. Werking, Anderson, and A. D. Wedking, of Dale. WILLIAM WOOD FINDS UNUSUAL STRAWBERRY William Wood, living on South Walnut street, brought a cluster of straw, beries to the News office one day this week. The bunch is about the size and shape of a good sized strawberry, but is composed of a dozen small evenly formed strawberries. Mr. Wood did not state whether it was the multiplying variety or not, but there did not seem any question about its propensity to increase in number. George, a new town on the Columbia river, in Washington, will be in a class by itself, for when coupled with the name of the state it regards itself as the most patriotic place in the United States. from Indianapolis, bringing with her j her ycur.g son Robert who has been in ! Thos- Weaver, the old reliable white a hospital for several weeks ta hvp!wa5her' is here anJ WH be here ten Mrs. John Bitner entertained S'.n-' day Rev. J. P. Williams of Henderson. ' Ky.. and Misses Helen and Kimball of Indianapolis. Maitha Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonner and Mies fan. T,-v..nv f 1 , - I - " 1 .' """"" t-'i lajiui umer- : isity spent Saturday at the home of ; IMr. Bonner's uncle, Fred Haislev. Tanlac corrects stomach ' v""ia cnjiuacii uisioreiers, J: i strt-ngsnens tne nerves and restores health through its effect on the ap- petite and nutrition of the body. II. W - Hhne. days days OR!y' Anse wanting white- washing done leave orders at O'Mara's Drug Store at once. Thos. Weaver. next bunoay afternoon at 2 o clock at the h riends church there will be a Bible school conference of Fairmount Quarterly Meeting. Rev. Wm. J. Sayles, pastor of the Friends church will give the address. If there are any War Mothers .or Civil War veterans who are unable to jwalk to Washington and Main streets Tuesday afternoon, and wish to attend the exercises at the cemetery, it is requested that they report to Mrs. Addie Winslow. Mrs. Sallie Heaston had as her Sunday guests Deck Wilson, wife and daughter Martha of Converse, Frank Rooseboom and wife of Alexandria, Mrs, Anna Kiraggelis of Piqua, Om and Mrs. Jennie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bradford enter-i tained at 6 o'clock dinner recently, Mrs. Roscoe Rush and son Elmo Rush, Mrs. Bessie Huff and daughter, Vivian, all of Jonesboro, Mrs, Lenora Stone and children, Billie and Mary, of Fairmount. Community Courier. Clyde Holliday, Fern Addison, Vivi-. an Mason, Clarence Payne, Merle Hay-j den and Verdie Owen are the addition al township graduates that complete the list of those who will take part in the township commencement which will be held in the Friends church Thursday afternoon, June 8. i his eyes straightened and his arm re- set. f ; ROYAL THEATRE Wednesday & Thursday May 31, June 1 G L o re I SWANSON IN "The Great Moment" A Romance by Elinor Glyn The Cast Includes Milton Sills Paramount Picture ii j j ; , ' I ' j j j ; i j j

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