The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on November 24, 1960 · Page 5
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SOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOCCCCOCCOCOOCOPOOOOOOOOOCOOQI Watch Your Savings G R O W The FIRST FEDERAL Way! 81 I I (Jf Current Dividend Rate A (T? TT yQ Paid On Your Saving Savins: limned to $10,000.00 SEE US TOR 8 b Complete Convenient lj HOME MORTGAGE LOANS Purchasing1 New Construction Remodeling 1 FIRST FEDERAL b SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MARION b b Phone NO 2-2565 110 W. 3rd, Marion b S N cascooGcocooosccococoocococcccccoccocoo 0 'ITT- crjgncyjj iff, i Wo aro thankful to you. our friends an.t customers, for your patronage. Wo hope yon I'u.ioy tl-.is day of feasting, family Catherines, fun. olnmh-rois'.ir: and. that you rcnievaher to bo thatkful for our abundance a individuals. as Americans. A HAPPY TItANKSOIVINQ TO ALL Cliirisfcy Dregs Wt. 8-4820 rairmeui t GEl.'ERAl MEETCffi OF METHODIST VSCS YAS HELD AT CHURCH The November general meeting of the WSrS of the Methodist church was held at the church. Pevotions were given by Mrs. Mae Sutton. Mrs. taura Riley, president, announced that Victoria Im. a retired missionary, will speak at the church Monday evening. Nov. 28. at 7:80. Members of the WSCS in surrounding communities have also been invited to attend. Mrs. Clarence Proxies, missionary education secretary, read letters from delegates to missionary meeting in Africa. The secretary in charge of the senior group of MYF Mrs Charles Rrown. reported on cards sent to young people of the church who are in college or in service. Other members reported good attendance at the workshops preparing for the ba?aar and penny supper to be held Pecetnber 7. The lesson was presented by Mrs. O. V. Mo.Mister. Mrs. Claude Sullivan. Mrs. Tonv Pavne and Mrs. Ralph Tulley. The closing hymn was followed with praver by Mrs. Pale Bards-lev. Attending were: Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Ralph Rybolt. Mrs. Clyde Lewis. Mrs. Clarence Proylcs. Mrs. Bardsley. Mrs. Me-Alister. Mrs. Sutton. Mrs. Lester Kemmer. Mrs. Byron Traster. Mrs. Sullivan and two children. Mrs. Carl McCombs. Mrs. Charles Broyles. Mrs. Clyde Partridge. Mrs. Charles Brown. Mrs. Burr Leach. Mrs. Pulley. Mrs. T. A. Boxell and Mrs. Tony Payne. Expert Watch And Jewelry Repairing Diamond Setting Open Sat. Xite Till 8 p.m. PAULVERMIUIOiMKC. Alexandria, Ind. NOVEMBER SESSION OF MUTUAL HOME CLUB HELD AT HAISLEY'S Mrs llarley Haisley. assisted by Mrs. Xen Harvey, entertained the Fairmount Mutual Home Pemon-stration Club at the Haisley home Wednesday. Nov. 10. Mrs. Myron Recce Peacock opened the meeting by reading a poem. "Thankfulness" was the theme used by Mrs. Harvey in giving devotions. Mrs. Walter Chapel related the history of the song of the month Croup singing followed. The safety lesson was given by Mrs. Clark Davis; the consumers report on vitamins, by Mrs. Howard Lewis, and the lesson was presented by Mrs. John Charles Peacock and Mrs. Frnest Wood. Members answered roll call with "Something to be Thankful for." The next meeting will be a Christmas party and dinner to be held December 14. with Mrs. Farl Davis, hostess, and Mrs. Hubert Tucker. Jr . assistant. Members present were: Mrs. Corean Relfe, Mrs. Chapel. Mrs. Paul Fox. Mrs. Aneil Stewart, and Marilyn. Mrs. Hubert Tucker, Jr.. Mrs. Clark Davis, Mrs. Vaughn Powers, Mrs. Ralph Mittank. Mrs. Howard Lewis. Mrs. Norman Mast n. Miss Frances Relfe. Mrs. Myron Recce Peacock. Mrs. Wood, Mrs. John Charles Peacock. Mrs. Charles Davis. Mrs. Wilbur Hunt and the hostesses. Mrs. Haisley and Mrs. Harvey. WANTED - DEAD STOCK Prompt Service We Buy Grease Tankage For Sale Summitvillo fall Enterprise 1P00 (no eliarpe) or Call Collect Orestes 1-2755 ORESTES FERTILIZER (0. ...--.v-.. aaj iju.iW J..IMH . im mi p ii iin " "' " 11 11111 i'"""" ' Iii'wuiiwmi. iiiiiiwiiiniii..Mwipii""a'm'i" "n ' m u .Mai.pnin.iim 'n.i.. 'vwiw.wvw'f jr mijihwi'i'i? ' i im n i- " (vvV.- W J -I, : 4 ! Ml? U,.. 4Hr . r i - vvd li'N, r :;- sm w fr x Av - S' fW ; $ ' OUR PILGRIM FATHERS GAVE THANKS FOR SO LITTLE . . . WE HAVE SO MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR Let us pause on this day, as our Pilgrim forefathers did so long ago ... to give prayerful thanks, not only for the food on our table, but more importantly, for those freedoms we hold so dear . . . freedoms our forefathers sought and won in the new land, America. Our country has come a long, hard way since the day of that first meager harvest in 1621 ... to truly become the "Land of Plenty" and the "Home of the Free." Let us pray it will always be! j jy U U U i vJU w J W m Li LLOYD ntUmAKEIL MANAGER Th. VL 8-4174 FAIRMOUNT. INI) COMMUNITY HOME CLUB HELD REGULAR SESSION AT COMPTOII RESIDENCE Fairmount Community Home Demonstration Club members gath ered attho home of Mrs. Willard Compton for their November meet-ins recently. Mrs. Compton was assisted by Mrs. Robert Adams. Mrs. Daniel Casner led the group in singing the song of the month, after giving its history. Devotions were presented by Mrs. John Stone. Holl call was answered with What I'm Thankful For. Mrs. Myron Peacock and Mrs Charles Morrish presented the lesson. (iuests were Mrs. Paul Dye. Mrs. Ceeil Middleton. Mrs. Charles King, and Mrs. Joan White and son. Members attending were: Mrs. Marcus W.nslow, Mr., George l.eaeh. Mrs. Albert Itoh-nert. Mrs. Clyde Monroe. Mrs. Hershel Hiday. Mrs. Karl Henry. Mrs. Dora Adams. Mrs. Stone. Miss Crystal Reeder. Mrs. Casner. Mrs. Harold Clark. Mrs. Ralph Trice. Mrs. Morrish. Mrs. Peacock. Mrs. John Allen. Mrs. Forrest Smith. Mrs. Phillip Compton and daughter. Mrs. Willis Ratliff. Mrs. Oren Fclton and the hostesses. J0HI1 EASTBUR1I Plumbing & Heating PUMPS INSTALLED AND SERVICED WI 8-400G 823 N. Mill St. k III f if : d ii II When You Need It SEE WRIGHT FINANCE J0IIESB0R0 Phont ORteant 4-334 'Borrow, Finance. Insur WRIGHT Way" the : pests 4VERAGI$ T "US am .ma TRY ALL FIVE FLAVORS Orange Lemon Root Beci Grape Cream Soda Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Of Marion, Indiana, Inc THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS THAfu(5GIVIhG DIlOiER HELD TUESDAY BY cn;;r:;o:i home club The Criterion Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday. Nov. 15, at noon for its annual Thanksgiving dinner. Committee for the afternoon was Mrs. Arthur Williams. Mrs. George Schreiver. Mrs. Krnest (Jaddis, and Mrs. John Siegel. Following the dinner, the president. Mrs. Horton Kibble presided at the regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Caddis gave the devotions and several Thanksgiving thoughts. Mrs. Laura Kiley gave the history of the song of the month, and led the group in singing. Mrs. Kphriam Draper gave the lesson on the making of Bread, and Mrs. Riley gave a demonstration of the two methods and several varieties of breads and rolls. Present were the following guests and members: Mrs. Dale Hardsley. Mrs. George Siegel. and Mrs. Ralph Spenee. 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