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September 29, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 1

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''1 E F AIBMOTOJT NEW J 1 . PRINTED FOR A PURPOSE TO HELP FAIRMOUNT GROW, TWICE A WEEK Monday and Thursday. SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTY FIRST ALWAYS. Forty-fourth Year FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1921 Number 88 MARION WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO CONCERT COURSE f OR THE WINTER Large Mail Order House Reads All Country Papers D B Calling 'Em in MACHINE PLUNGES DOWN 12-FOOT EMBANKMENT ON i JONESBORO-MUNCIE PIKE i t Mrs. Walter Starrett Suffers Broken Neck When Car Turns Turtle ' in Plunge Mile North of Matthews Husband in Another Car Witness of the Accident. j "We have a b,ureau whose duty it is to read each week the country newspapers from all over the country. There is not a paper of any consequence in our trade territory that our bureau does not get. This bureau looks over these papers and when we find a town where the merchants are not advertising in the local paper - we immediately flood that territory with our literature. It always brings results far in excess of the same effort put forth in territory where the local merchants use their local papers," said Herman Rosenfield, advertising manager for Sears, Roebuck & Co. MASONS AND EASTERN STAR ARRANGE FOR SERIES OF FINE ENTERTAINMENTS Five Concerts to be Given During the Fall and Winter Under Auspices of the Two Lodges. Talented Musical Organizations Being Secured For the Series. At the close of the regular session Tuesday night representatives of the lodge of the Order of Eastern Star met with a committee from the Masonic lodge nd completed an organization for course ol entertainments to be given under the auspices of the two lodges during the fall nd winter. Emanual Kind was made treasurer of the organization, with the following committees: Advertising and publicity Will II. Parrill, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Roberts. Ticket committee Wayne Fowler, J. J. McEvoy, Clyde Lewis, Miss Len-ore Ramsey, Mrs. Sam Leer, Mrs. LafFler, Mn and Mrs. C. L. Salyers, and Mr. Broyles, of Summitvile. KIWANIS HOSTS TO LADY GUESTS "STUNTS", STORIES, MUSIC, SONG AND SPEECH PROVIDE EN-JOYABLE EVENING Excellent Fried Chicken Dinner Served By Ladies Aid of M. E. Church One of Chief Features of Program Filled With Good Things Eloquent Talk by Oswald Ryan. The Fairmount Kiwanis club to be. and which nearly is, and probably is even now, proved to be an entertainer "out of sight" Wednesday night on the occasion of the first "Ladies night" given by the club. The affair was held in the basement of the M. E. church, with the dinner served by the Ladies Aid society of the church, the dinner with fried chicken and all of the trimmin's proving to be as excellent as other features of the evening' program. More than" one hundred sat down to the tastily arranged and artistically decorated tables after President Lafe Ribble had called the assemblage to order and the Rev. C. B. Sweeney, of the Methodist church, had offered invocation. And no sooner had the guests been seated than things began to happen. BASKET BALL SCHEDULE FOR SEASON A FULL ONE !old hierh school e-vm. In thp first vf i FARMERS START WAR ON VICE RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED AGAINST IMMORALITY ALONG THE COUNTRY RO DS - t sheriff Fowler Asked to Appoint Two Deputies in Each Township Whose Duty it Will be to Apprehend Law Violators and Assist in Maintaining Order and Decencv. The board of directors of the Grant County Agricultural association at their meeting held in Marion Monday afternoon took action on the condi- tions of immorality which are said to ; exist on the country roads by automo- bile parties. - j the two ganies of the evening, the ' Juniors will play the Freshmen and i following that the Seniors will play j the Sophomores. Coach Walters, who has refereed many high school games throughout this and other states, will j referee these games. Each class has worked up a lot of enthusiasm in an-I ticipation of these fames, and a bie t--.- , ,-.4,l T:. C, 1 ,e ;nfnr.io., .;n fUr. k VWV 111 M. V1UCO OV l IV J " 111 VIIVLi played one wek from Friday night. j The Senior lineup will probably consist of Payne an4 Briles, forwards; ; Olfather, cenSer; and John and Leer, kard and Williams, guard. i The Freshmen are an unknown quantity and may be the dark horse the series. They have a wealth of men from which to choose, and many these have never been seen in ac- titm T-nflTk-pr and .Tnnc mnv etart at! forward, with Parrill at center, and the guards to be chosen from Brewer, Wilson, Gossett and Blair. j Resolutions were passed unamiously strong Lapel squad as the first oppon- ! guards. i include the sketch "From Gypsyland." which ask that the sheriff of the ' ents on the home floor. This home For the Sophomores, Edwards and ' The third number will be the Kenil-county deputize two or more citizens 'floor, too, by the way, will be the I Leach will probably start at forward; worth Glee Club, which comes on Jan. in each township in the county whose brand new gym which is now nearly l aRue at center, and Johnson, Payne, 12. Each member of this company duty shall be to assist in the main- completed and of which the local : Hackney and Royal, guards. , is both vocalist and instrfumentalist tenance of order and "who will be school is justly proud. This will be a j The Junior lineup will be chosen They specialize in quartet singing expected and required to arrest, hold gym that any team will be glad to ' f rom ' Bosley, Pickard and Hollings- '. with stringed instrument accompani-and deliver, such violators of the law play in for it is one of the best pos- worth, forwards; Wilbern, center; Pic-' ment. ' Mrs. Walter Starrett, of Marion, ' was instantly killed Tuesday night when a roadster in which she was riding with Mrs. Mabel Worstell, al- ' so of Marion, and who was driving the car, went over a twelve foot em- bankment on the Jonesboro-Muncie pike, a mile north of Matthews. Mrs. Starrett's neck was broken. How the , accident occurred is not known, but it is believed that some part of the ( steering gear was broken causing the i steering wheel to become unmanage- 1 able. j Mr. and Mrs. Starrett accompanied by Mrs. Worstell had driven from Ma- rion to Muncie in the roadster Tues-i day morning. At Muncie they met t . tit i r v uazner won, 01 juarion, vcno was m his car, and as Mr. Starrett was un familiar with the road at night offered to pilot them on the return trip. The offer was accepted and Mr. Starrett rode with Mr. Worl, Mrs. Starrett and Mrs. Worstell following in the roadster. Jn the hill, north ol JUattnews, 3ir. Worl was surprised when the road 3ter suddenly lunged ahead of him. A short distance ahead Mr. Starrett and Mr. Worl saw the car in which the women were riding plunge down the cleep embankment. The car turned ever completely once and then half ever again. Mrs. Starrett was thrown heavily against the ground and it is belived she was dead when the two men arrived. Mrs. Worstell was not seriously hurt. The body of Mrs. Starrett was taken to the Starrett home at 1022 Spencer avenue in Marion. Mrs. Starrett is survived by a hus-i and, two children and two sisters, vTrs. Lee Hank and Mrs. Mable Davis. She had lived in Marion many years and was a most estimable young wo- nan. Mr. Starret, husband of the de- , ceased, is one of the proprietors of the rrei ana ".enr uruj. snd has lived m Marion practical all of his life. j TOMATOE CRATES SLID FROM UNDER j ... Cuntv Commissioner Heavilm lias Experience Convincing Him Road Repairs Are Needed John Heavilin, county commissioner ' from the third district, and president -xjf the board, is, according to local re- j j - r.A a. tcW now firmly convinced that the roads in some Traces are in need of re- ! . . . . .. , v rair. John, it is saia, Knows, uetausc he has recently made a "personal investigation. According to the story being told by his friends, John, during the present rush in the tomato harvest, volunteered to help his son, "Wayne, by driving r. team between his tomato field and the Snider factory in Fairmount, it being said that John worked faithfully performing the duties of his job in a highly satisfactory manner; so well indeed that Wayne is understood to be perfectly willing to allow dad to help again. However, on a recent evening, coming down a mud road a short distance west of Fairmount with 104 crates of tomatoes on his truck, and four horses attached, the front wheels of .the big wager. Jroppea into a deep mud hole. Five or six crates of tomatoes slid to the ground and they happened -to be the ones on which Mr. Heavilin was sitting. The only thing smashed was the crates of tomatoes, tnt John landed exactly in the center of the wreckage Coming up for ait the resident of 'the board of county commissioners found himself unhurt, rir. ;;Vi M fun of Td seed, instead of i ! i as they may discover or find, to the proper authorities." Sheriff Bert Fowler, when shown a copy of the resolutions, stated he was i-eady and willing to co-operate with the Grant County Agricultural Asso- ciation in any way they thought best. sheriff Fowler has responded to calls in varjOUs parts cf the county in mat- ter? of which the ass0ciation com- but stated that it"is impossible for him to be in all part5 of the county each evening and that he is willing to co-opei-ate with the asso- ciation along these lines. ! The followin? are the resolutions passed: . ! "WTiprpas there has come to be a ' . " , t. , , condition of immorality relative to the revelry of autoists on our country . roadsides that makes for indecency ; and the Abasement of our social life, and reas me to u"' . f one an our i.iiiia .is.x.x, and "Whereas it behooves us as mem- (presenting solos, duets, trios, readings The Fairmount high school base ' and the ministrel harp. ball team will play the first home'' Season tickets for the entire course gam of the season on Friday after- j will be placed on sale at $2.50 for noon of this week. Sweetser will be, adults and $1.25 for children, while the opposing team for this contest. the prices for single admission will The game is to begin at 3:30 and be 75 cents and 35 cents. :n u i j 4.1. eu j n. ! Entertainment committee Mrs. El- 'a Patterson, Mrs. Will H. Parrill and iIrs- Frank Day. Te nrst number on the course will be given on the evening of Oct. 20 in tne high school auditorium, where all of the entertainments in the series will De given. This first number will he by the Festival Orchestra, present- ing a program of standard and popu- Iqt- minic in-lnrh"ncr tVi hnrmtifnl Wnptian fionnnla mplodips. ! - i The second number will be the Chi- j cago Concert Players, on Nov. 24, ! an attraction of both singing and j dramatic ability. The program will i The fourth number will be Norm-; andy Singers, on the ev ning of Feb. j 1G. This is a men's singing company ' of distinction, featuring a special ar- rangement of the solos and choruses! from "The Chimes of Normandy." j Tha fiftVi Ke thn For;tival En - tertainers on March 23, this being a talented company in a quaint and humorous program of unusual variety, STUDENTS OF NOTE ENROLL AT TAYLOR Upland University Attracting Young People of Talent Some From Foreign Lands Among the new arrivals at Taylor University is Mr. Clarence McCellan from Rock Island, 111., who possesses a most remarkable bass voice. This will assure him work in the University quartette and also on the Lyceum. he arranged at once to enter Taylor University. Since his arrival other vounsr men from Rock Island have followed him. Another new arrival at the Univer sity is Miss Shigeru Kobayoshi, from Tokio, Japan. This is Miss Kobayo young woman of great charm and tal ent to the Japanese Aristocracy. She possesses a singing voice of much sweetness and unusual range which she is developing under the direction of the School of Music of Taylor Uni- versity of which H. Andre Schmidt is director. Miss Kobaloshi presents charming appearance in her exquisite native gowns, delicate in color, rich in texture, and worn with all the grace ,of her charming personality. She is mucn aamirea Dy an tne layior com nity. Wick O. Leach and Lewis Caskey motored to CrawfordsvUe Tuesday to t , - attend a large auction sale of pure bred cattle, j I J Fairmount High to be Represented by ; Strong Five Tnat is Expected to Make Others Set Up and Take No- j tice Alumni Game to Qpen Sea- son on October 19 Base Ball Team Going Good. j Coach Walters has completed the Fairmount high school basket ball Sfhedulp for thp rnminc vpnr At tho present time the schedule consists nf - ' twenty contracted games during the season as well as the pre-season An-' nual Alumni game. This year the season will open on Nov. 2, with the ; sessed by a high school this size in this section of the state. ; All the fans consider the basket ball outlook unusually bright this year, Only one regular and one part time : man were lost by gradutaion last ; year, and a wealth of new material is out for the various class teams al- ready. Coach Walters expects to is- : sue the first call for varsity practice I in a short time and then things will ; begin to hum. He announces that , strict training rules are to be enforced ! throughout the season, and the man I securing a place on the squad will j have to earn it despite any previous , record he may have. With the wealth j motr.n'il tViot ;c onminr, nut f i V place, a hot and hard scran for the honors is surely indicated. Among iast year's men are Payne and Hol- lin&SWOrth, forwards; Olfather, center and Leer and Williams still remaining in scnooi ana au are intending to come out tms yar. Craw, the speedy floor guard is expected back at Christmas ,time. Other material that looks pro- kard, Bosley, Wilbern, Brewer, La- and .several others, from the Freshman and Sophomore classes. The date for the pre-season Alumni game has not yet been definitely set, to tne fact that some floor chang es are fc maje about the middle of October, however, it will probably be about the 19th. The schedule is as. follows: Oct. 19. Alumni Here Nov. 2. Lapel Here Nov. 4, Van Buren There Nov. 11, Gaston Here I Nov. 18, Muncie Here Nov. 23, Elwood There Dec. 2, Kokomo Here Dec. 9, Gaston There Dec. 16, Summitville There Dec 17, Greentown There Dec. 23, Van Buren Here Jan. 6, Kokomo There Jan. 11, Lapel There jan. i3t Elwood Here i Jan. 18, Warren Here Jan. 20, Pendleton Here Jan. 27, Summitville Here Feb. 3, Warren There Feb. 4, Greentown Here Feb. 8, Pendleton There Feb. 17, Muncie There The various class teams of Fair- mount high school are getting "all set" for the inter-class basket ball, games played on ' , . . . . . . , . irnaay mgnt Beginning ac- i:-w m vne i t of of ... , j .1 i" "A J"- of town along the interrurban tracks wiiere me local ai,nietes nave ueen ; practicing. - Barrick and Pickard will probably form the batery to start the game. Royal will probably start on first, Joe Payne on second, Wilbern, third; Hol-lingsworth, short; John Payne, Bosley, Johnson, Brewer and LaRue in the field. FAIRMOUNT COUPLE SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS ; Three young ladies from Tavlor university at Upland, and who during the season are on the chauu.unua cir- ,n H lWni n.;,ni .1,,- u uvilllll li 111 uoivai 1 t l dill Util-1 ing the evening, but they had scarce finished their first number, while the ladies, were serving the firsL course of the dinner, than what promised to de velop into a serious disturbance to mar the enjoyment of the evening occurred. Palmer Ice, s-jargent at arms, had gone to Clyde Lewis to collect the admission ft?, it being charged that Clyde had "crawled urdtv the op.i.-vass" evading payment. Lewis indignantly denied the charge, and ice called on A. S. Roberts to corrob( rate him. Roberts claimed he had peen Lewis slip past the doorkeeper; Lewis denied the assertion, and gave his accuser to understand, that while they had hertofore been friends, he in - miii cfon.i f,. n,.tl-,;.ir f ih-.it .rt and if that was the sort of friend Roberts was he wanted none of his friendship. Roberts came back with equal vigor and the quarrel had just reached its height wlfen President Ribble ordered the two expelled from the room, to settle their differences man to man outside. The two were taken out and soon returned each with torn clothing and blackened eyes, but Roberts had the money and Lewis admitted defeat. The stunt "took", and while the two gentlemen ate their dinner in torn clothing and with black ened eyes, the merriment from then on waxed warm. Dr. L. D. Holliday acted as toast- master of the evening, and did the job as only a real health officer can do things of that sor. Stones were told, Wayne Fowler'taking first prize and Attorney Chas. Parker second for the best imp'romptu story; Rev. Sweeney was accused of being accountable for silverware the ladies of the church had been missing, and the goods were found on him, while Will Parrill barely managed to clear himself of the charge of having slipped the spoons into the Reverend gentleman's pocket. Kiwanis songs 'were sung with Prof. Otto Hamilton "choirmeister," and a "good time was had by all." After the fun had spent its force. Toastmaster Holliday introduced Ser geant Downajan, of Anderson, who has just returned from France and Belgium, where he had been sent Dy the government to receive decorations from the King of Belgium and the President of France, for gallant service during the war, he having participated in many of the hardest battles of the war, and having lone handed captured a German machine gun nest killing two of the Germans and bringing in the other ten, with their gun. Sergant Downajan gave an interesting account of his experiences, and then the speaker of the evening, Hon. Oswald D. Ryan, of Anderson, spoke on the subject of "Americanism." His talk was intensely patriotic, eloquently showing the need today for patriotism in peace to be as urgent as patriotism in time of war. The evening closed with the "KiwaT nis handshake" and all voting the occasion to have been one of the most ibers of the Board of Directors of the1;,.;,,,, included fTmrlpa and Joe Pic- . . Grant County Agricultural associa- tion in regular session, this 26th day.Ra Edwards, Briles, Royal, Leach, It's hard to keep a secret. Emory j Mr. McCellan has traveled extensively C. Adams, naval veteran of the World j singing in vaudeville numbers. He War and rural mail carrier out of the j was one 0f many young people reach-local post office, and Miss Dora E. j Dy President Taylor's appeals in Wilson, teacher of domestic science his recent camp meeting at Rock Is-at Fairmount Academy -and one of the , land, and with them he dedicated his rost highly respected and popular hjfe to christian work. Such was his young woman of thlaTpart of the coun- enthusiasm for President Taylor that ty, found this out last week. The younff couple slipped away to Benton Harbor, securing . a marriage licence and expecting to be married in St. Joe. Being unable, however, to find the minister they wanted at home, they came back to Marion, where they V were married Jsaturaay evening. ineyishi' third year at Taylor. &ne is a of September, 1921,. to take definite action to maintain in the couaity, and especially along the public highways and the byways of the countv. proper conduct and proper observance of thej laws of our state, and in order to hold up before our children and the chil dren of the country, principles of virtue, eceney and proper observance of law, be it therefore "Resolver, That the Sheriff of Grant County be solicited to deputize two or more citizens of each township in Grant County, whose authority shall be under the law whose duty shall be to assist in the maintenance of order, respectibility and decency .and who will be expected and required to arrest, hold and deliver such violators of the law as they may discover or find, to the proper authorities of the state and county." Copies of these resolutions will be sent to each paper in the county. CLEANING OF CREEK has been completed. L Although the greater portion of the . - rtillli T1 -1 Prwn "l " . 6 " " ifT" C ; had expected to keep their marriage a secret until Mrs. Adams s resigna- tion from the Academy faculty had been accepted, but their plans failed, Mrs. and Mrs. Adams will go to house- keeping in the near ruture in the Charles Parker house corner of Wal- nut and Jefferson streets. . . Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hacknev enter- tained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Hackney's sister, Mrs. O. P. Lind- ley, of Paoli, and his nephew, Earl Lindley and wife of Indianapolis, the following: Mr. and Mrs. Levi Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Sam Arnold and son; Pepple , , . , , . , , aaugnter Auiarea oi Aiarion j . I , the usual "Plow Boy" tobacco. And ! work of cleaning out the bed of Back as to general appearance John is said Creek has been completed, a few scat-to havW looked much like a Mexican tering -allotments, within this .town-bull fighter who had encountered an ship holding up of the unusually vicious animaL But John ; work by Trustee Orvil e Wells, as un- WV the ioh .in the- nexter the law he is unable to accept any v, I'feames that begin this week. The! Ward, Mr, and Mrs. John Davis and lotments below have been thrown out . t j !t ' j o W i. first of these will be Dr. and Mrs. G. W. and " " . morning convinced, however, that there ought to be some more road re- J pairing in progress. 1 i i land accented as meeting, the require - v enjoyable events. V- ' :.J, I wo. ' ' -T

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