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7 1 E FAIRMOUNT NEW PRINTED FOR A PURPOSE W WEU FAIRMOUNT GROW TWICE A WEEK Monday and Thursday. SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTY FIRST ALWAYS. ):f Forty-fourth Year " FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1921 Number SO SUNDAY SERVICES BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS AT MORRISH HOME INTER-CLASS MEN ON THEIR TOES 1 First to Arrive J 'srll I W VSViS- CI J1 iirw 1WA 7:30 NEXT WEDNESDAY KIWANIS NIGHT FAIRMOUNT CLUB TO BK PRESENTED WITH ITS CHARTER ON THAT OCCASION Elaborate Preparations Making to Put On Something That Will Outdo All Previous Efforts Visiting Delegations From Many Surrounding Cities Are Coining. Next Wednesday night will be "Kiwanis Night" in Fairmount. On that occasion the Fairmount Kiwanis club will enter upon its official existerce, when the charter will be formally presented by Col. J. L. McCulloch, of Marion, who for the past two years has been district governor of Kiwanis for Indiana. It is the purpose to make the occasion a notable event in the history of Fairmount, aiAl to that end elaborate preparations are being made for the entertainment of the hosts of Kiwan-ians from all over eastern Indiana who are expected to join with the local Kiwaii'ians in the celebration. Just what the program will be has not as yet been fully determined, but the "doin's" will start at G:30 with a par-ode the like of which, according to promises, has never before been seen in Fairmount, or hereabouts. Marion promises to come en masse, while Mui'cie sends word that "they'll all be here." According to advance information at this date there will be delegations from Kokomo, New Castle, Winchester, Hartford City, and other places, while it is understood that in U! 't-r II . ns,..i ; w I L1KK ILLINOIS. BUT ..... ... rut vm t iMrviixtAi rn n wnascape gamenmg oe- j lill:; I! i JELWOOD PREPARES i FOR A GREAT DAY J Program of Unusual Interest Arrang-j ed For Celebration of Americani-! zatinn Dav Next Week cause 01 me oeauiy 01 us ricniy coior- .1 i "" ""M " ...... "- "ine Harbisons .Now KnasrMl in, in - i If a home beautiful contest were started in southern Grant county such as are obtaining1 in many of the cities, it is safe to say that the pretty eoun- try home of Henry W. Morrish, east v,f Fainuount, would stand a splendid chance for list prise. All summer the place has been a perfect riot of ; color with its flowers, beginning with the earliest blossoms of springtime to the last chrysanMtemums of fall, . comir.gr each in its season to bloom and do its part to gladden the eyes of the ; passers by. Mr. and Mrs. Morrish j love flowers and the plants, responsive to their love and care, have made of I the;r place a "nhingr of beauty and a joy forever. Perhaps, if Mr. atAi Mrs. Morrish have specialised on any particular plant it is the celeus, that ! nus cf tropical herbs of the mint of the plart that are not growing . . . , , . . 1 "on the Morrish lawn, the casual visi- , , tor does not miss them, for the flower bcis are lined with them, the dwell-! mg Domerea wun mem ana iney oc-, cupy every available filial V .III.1VMT J . 1 on the . ... . . porch, not to me L'tUlVIC CVMllV VUL'iVr ! specimens kept in the house. Xum- j l'I N 11 LI I lUlt V Hi- lUIiLI 1 ' i nave cauevi at me .uorrisn nomesteavi to look at the beautiful flowers and , always depart with a handsome boquet to brichten a:Al gladden their own , home. "GOLDS' MAKE GOOD AT ' BLUES" EXPENSE Merry Party Given at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sclby by Ladies of Y. F. M. S. . . The home of Mr. and Mrs. ictor Selby on' North Main street was the' scene of much merriment Tuesday j evening when the "B!ues" of the W. ; F. M. S., who had been out-generaled in a membership contest by the j "Golds, gave a partj in their honor. ; The honor cuests. who were to furtAsh . the entertaii.'rtier.t. demonstrated from . the time of their entrance en masqu?, until the goodbyes were given, that thev were masters of the situation. I I It. S. SENIORS AM) JUNIORS rREIWRK FOR HOT CONTEST IN FINAL GAME Predictions Made That Friday XighCs Contest Will Prove One of Rest lnlfMWssiciLWiv,amr.r Seen en l.ecal Team Wins. Floor Rase Ball The finals of the Inter -Class basket Kll tournament at Fahmourt high school will be played otf at the high ( school gym Friday night. The Scni- ors bv virtue of their win" over the Sophomores a week ago and the Juni- ors bv defeating the Freshmen have wen the right to enter the finals. The -k.,.;..w therefore will ac- . !.. t 7- , cerdingly be between the Juniors and Servers. Each of these classes have a team far above the average for a class hard with cal r !. i tr i Roslev and Pickard as forwards. Hoi- . . . . ,,-., hncsworth as center aiAl ilbem and William? as guards. Comer, Joe Pickard and Edward Kinies will be the The Seniors wi!l line tip wan rayr.e avt times as forwards, i h. . Olfather as center, and Hubert Leer and Roy John for the dofei.'sve Some predk r.at trio Jumors will . carry c!T the hor.ors and others think the Scntors will cop the bawn. All agree that it will be ore of the best class games ever played en a local floor and that it will be mighty hard fousrht from start to flr.ish. Most of the regulars oi both last year's first and second teams as well as some J promising tew men will be seen in ac- ' ticn in this came. " In the curtain raiser the Freshman , team is scheduled to stack up agaiifct j the eighth graders. This contest will becin and will be followed by the Junior-Senior ters will referee. fray. Coach Wal- The Sweet ser tennis team came over to Fairmount Tuosday afternoon cf this week for the return match, the Fairmour.t team having played at Sweetser a week ago winning in the doubles. Robert Anderson of Sweet -ser won from Dee Briles in the singles cn the Fairmount court. AiMerson won the first set 6-4 and the second went deuce at 5-5. Anderson won the rloselv vrte-vil rtaT ?T - . In the doubles Johir Jones and r red- erick Edwards won the doubles from Burvia Anderson and Frank Williamson of Sweetser. This was also closely ccntested but the Fairmount team held the lead most of the time. They won the first set 6-4. The second set went deuce aiid finally was won bv Sweetser. In the third set Ed- rard and Jones forjred to the front team and an ur.usuaily close ana fought came is being expected, the probability that a lot of lo- , ... , . . .v. fans will be out to witness the T, Ji-;.r xxl'l wK- i.n ; s ; s - ' - Llwood is making great preparation for th nhrvan f 4 ! TV.. r i i . 1 vi WW 4tlivt lltIIUIlt.V& illl Ulf- . , r : . I us-uai u;ij ti iiaiiunaiiy prjinineni mei. as speakers for the day. Foremost among tliese will be James J. Davis. Secretary of Labor, who has V, 1 , l 1. . A 2 A. J? . a- ,Un .nuuna mSu,c, in American puouc nie iy threatened ; labor troubles and social unrest. ' i Am-nstr other noted rtennlo wn haw '. riven the committee assuratfce of be-:" -. . .... 1 ing m niwooa on tnat day are uov-: Pr W.rr.n T M.rv oafnr Harry g Nw ,Ion Bernard ! head 0f the Puhlie Service Commission of Indiana, Hoii Ed. Jackson. Secre-1 tary of State and former major in the ! World War, Hon. Fred VanXuys, Dis- Itrirt Mttnmov fnr Tnili:m. J CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject, "The Christ iai I Definition of Character." Visitors wecome. MARTIN LEE GRANT, Tastor ftl. E. CHURCH All services at the regular hours Sunday. Sunday school at 9:30; morning sermon at 10:30; Junior League at 2:30; Epworth League at 6:45; evening sermon at 7:30. Midweek prayer service oii Thursday at Everybody welcome. FRIENDS CHURCH Bible school, 9:15 a. m. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. Preaching, 7: 30 p. m. Junior Mission Band, 3 o'clock. Intermediate Christiar Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Youog people's 'group, 6: 30 p. m. S. ADELBERT WOOD, Pastor. . WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching by pastor, 10:30 a. m. Young People V meeting, 6:30 p. m. Fjreaching by Wm. Endaley, 7 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. A Christian welcome to all who will J worshin with us. A 1 T T v (111 VI J. J. COLEMAN, Pasto ACADEMY NOTES Work oi. repairing the gym will start Thursday morning. It is planned to scrape the gym's hard wood floor, . varnish it and mark it off. The floor i tnf Present 13 in Dat snfPe' Ine himrii-s hoinrr vprv rnncn anil nripvpn ' ' but a littla work will put it in goml shape. Other small repairs about the m Wl11 a,so be made- The Inter-class basket ball games j which were to be played 1 nday night i have been postponed until a latter date, when repairs on the gym have! the bovs are confident of lan.linjr in second place, by a victory over Mat- thews, t A very interesting, program was j short program every Friday af ternooi during the school ytmr. J The Freshman class enjoyed a party : Friday night at the home of Ernest 1- A. 1 4- n PntwwiAiinf T V -uornsn, nurmrasi ux x au.nMi. .the midst of the party upper classmen appeared and were invited m to snare could do any damage. Taffy pulling was a feature of the party. SPLENDID PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION Annual Meeting of W. F . M. S. of Wabash District to be Held in Fairmount Next Month The annual convention of the W. F. M. S. of the M. E. church, Wabash district, North Indiara Conference, will be held in Fairmount commencing at 1:30 p. m., Friday, Nov. 4, and ending Saturday at 3:45 p. m., Nov 5. The meeting will be held in the M. E. church and a splendid program has beer arranged for the two-days' session. Local people taking part on the program are Mrs. Lea McTurnan and Mrs. Alice Hollingsworth, who will give vocal numbers. Three of the society's missionaries, Miss Pan line Place, missionary to Japan, whose 1 home is at PeiAiville; Miss Rebecca j Daily, missionary to India, whose j home is Greensburg and Miss Marie Adams, missionary to China, whose t home is Fortville, are home on fur- I lough and will be present to address the meeting. On Friday evening the : Much interest is expressed in so-, been completed. curing Major Tarkcr of Cincinnati, The last base ball game of the sea-noted throughout the country for his ' son is with Matthews at that place on work as Secretary of the National . Friday afternoon. The Academy is Conference of Social Work, which or- j practically out of the race for first conization consists of the leadinsr men place h! the Grant county league, but Sensing fnm the costumes of their j to be sown this fall. Com is a bumper en jje won distinction while with ' given Friday afternoon by the liter-hostesses that the party was to be a j crop. Big hoards of cattle are being ; the 3-tu Division in France. 1 ary society. The society will give a Evangelistic Work at Hismark, Not Far From Hmsierland The Xews is in receipt of the fol . . . t. ... ... . ... 'intwst in Faimimmt an.J virinitv Bismark, III., Oct. 1, 1921 here just one week ago. Came Found things in readitjess for our meeting. Was here just one year ago and find the churches more en- jthusiastic than in 19i0. Tliis section of Illinois has the 18 foot cement roads ai.'gling in all directions, offer ing -GxVxl Foniin to our meeting. ' t Packeil house hearing us every night. Evangelist H. M. Barnett and wife, of , Kansas City, Mo., are here with us , and we are, enjoying their congenial j fellowship more than we can sav. . . ' TK,S sectlon of Iiunois ,s the ust " the state and I think it is because it is close to Indiana, as we are oiAy four and one-half miles from the state line. Went to Pence, Ind., a few days ago and enjoyed the Hoosier atmos- phere for about five hours. The first jrood breath we have had since leav- ' ing the home state. None Better. ( Wheat sowin'g is the order of the j day with farmers. A big crop seems fed around here. Some very fine prize stock in this country. We like Illinois, but Oh! you Indiana." "THE HARBISONS." MR. AND MRS. -DICKEY xrrkrMrrk cicrv VC a DC ! Well Known Couple Living West of j Fairmount to Celebrate Golden Wedding Next Tuesday On Oct. 11, 1871, occurred the marriage of Benj. F. Dickey and Miss Cecilia Tingley, at Harrisburg, Fayette county, Indiana. They" located on the farm now their preseiA home, known as "Maplehurst. one mile south and nearly five miles west of Fairmount. One son, Oscar Dickey, r.nd Mrs. Dickey's sister, Miss Susan Tii'gley, are other members of the household. The husband is now past 80 years of age, almost totally blind, somewhat feeble, but able to get about with the aid of a cane. He is owner of three excellent farms in Grant county and one near Summit-ville. Oil next Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11, a general invitation is extended to relatives, neighbors and ac-quaintatAres to call between 1 and 5 p. m. An orchestra of Marion musi-ciaife will furnish music for the occasion. No presents desired. LEAK IN WATER MAIN , CAUSES MUCH TROUBLE. A bad leak in one of the city water mains on Main street was discovered Sunday morning in front of the Mas onic building on Main street, the water flooding a portion of the street. When workmen undertook to locate the leak it proved a hard one to find, J requiring a large amount of excava- on before located. Even then the 5 water poured in such volumes from the break that it was necessary to , shut down the pumps at the water works station for an hour Monday afternoon, until the break could be : : ; ' ; ; i all probability a number of Logan-sport Kiwaniais will join in the festivities. Arrangements for an elaborate banquet to be served in Telbax hall are being perfected, and the program of the evening will be givei in the hall. It will be a "ladies night," also, and it is expected that a large number of ladies will accompany the visiting delegations. Just what to expect the committee on arrangements and the committee oif entertainment decline to say, further than "you may expect most anything." The Fairmount Kiwanis club is the "baby" of the Kiwanis world, Fair-mount having the distinction at this time of being the smallest town ii the country to have successfully organized a Kiwanis club, and the "infant" promises to make a lusty noise on next Wednesday lJight. I. W. W. CIRCULARS ARE DISTRIBUTED HERE. If oife is to judge from circulars picked up on the streets of Fairmount during the past few days an emissary of the I. W. W. is working here. A four page circular addressed to the "Colored Workers of America," inviting them to join the ranks of the I. W. W. and setting forth at considerable length why they should align themselves with this "outlawed" organization, has been distributed here. In what numbers these have been circulated, or by whom, is not known, but some of them have been picked up and it is presumed that they have had a careful and perhaps ''judicious distriutioiJ. The circular closes with an invitation for those interested to write to the "general secretary" whose address is given as 1001 West Madison street, Chicago. WAR MOTHERS PLAN FOR ARMISTICE DAY The War Mothers met in regular session MorAlay night, War Mother Ttfrs. Ed Hollingsworth presiding. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Maria (S.cott, corner of Vine and First streets, and the regular routine program was carried out. A committee was appointed by the chair to confer with the Veterans of Foreigrf Wars to make arrangements for Armistice Day as follows: Mrs. Maria Scott, Mrs. Nellie Buck, Mrs. Rachel Lyons and Mrs. Belle McEvoy. Mrs. A. S. Roberts was voted into the society as an honorary member. During the social hour which followed the evening's program, luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be . with Mrs. Burgan on Fourth and Cottonwood streets. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carey and children, James and Mary Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. James S. Phillips spent 'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter j Corwin of Summitville. nf m,mir,.;-hIKP tnk Jo tr snlvp ' th problem "of biir buiiA?s concerns ' throughout the country. Ma jor Par- kep is a jft0li orator and deep think- Lexie Donajan, of Andersoi, World War hero, who spoke in Fairmount at the Kiwanis meeting last week, will also be prominent oil the day's pro- ft 'gram. A number of noted womei thave been secured who will also be present and address the women during the afternoon. FAMILY GATHERING AT GLENN RHOADS HOME. In honor of Rev. M. Smith of Exeter, Mo., and daughter, Airs. Lou FraiJ-tham of Springfield, Mo., who have been visiting relatives in Fairmount and vicinity for the past week, a family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rhoads, on SurAiay, each family bringing well-filled baskets. Those enjoying the fine dinner and pleasant reunion besides the honor guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Johr Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppel, Mrs. Alice Dunlap, Mr. Ed. Phearson of Jonesboro; Mr. Jesse Hiatt of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jarnagin and daughters, Nellie and Joy of Eaton; Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Smith, Mr. aiJd Mrs. Harry Craw, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rhoads and sons Lawrence and Clarence. In the afternoon Rev. Smith gave an interesting talk ori the scriptures, Rev. Rhoads of the Grant church" as - sisted with prayer and the singing, Rev. Smith at one time lived in the I vicinity of the above church and has preached there on different occasions. j The old friends and neighbors com- j m?r to hear him on Sunday afternoon - ; VI nic reiiiiii; uidi was tu wviui It is hoped that other games can be ? while the talk lven bv Rev- C B-booked with r.ei-hborine hi-h schools ' Sweeney on the New Testament as a but so far no definite dates have beeiJ missionary book. Mrs. Elsie Tester set for additional matches. I president of the society, also talked of i the comii'g convention. It is useless In the last base ball game of the to SR that the, "Blues" have vowed season, the Fairmoiint high school not to be caught napping another time. nine defeated the Van Buren team at : Van Buren Tuesdav aften.bn to the MISS CECIL MOON tune of 8 to 1. The Fairmount team BRIDE OF DETROIT MAN. plaved E.tKd ball all through the con- Rev- nd Mn5- w- G- Moon received test and had the victory cinched soon 1 notice of the wedding cn Oct. 1 of after the fray started. The local team ? their oMest daughter Cecil, who has will thus finish the first season of base ' been nursing at the City hospital in i i. j i l ; , ' , taken tor unmasKing, they came oacK-ir.g into the room their own apparel worn much the same as the rest of the company. Their clever "take-off" on their opponents with a "comedy sketch," was enjoyed as much by the losers as by the victors. After a "fake course" served by the "Blu?s,"j a love,v luncheon followed. A feature ; , -T 1 : 4 1 A. 11 . V. Detroit, Mich., for some time, to George Reesor of Walla Valley, Wash, 'The ding took place in Detroit and lthe tkwly-weds left the same evening on a wedding: trip that will embrace Buffalo and Albany by way of Niagara Falls, New York city by way of the Hudson river, Washington, D. C, and vi mvr poiais ana on ineir reiurii li lp they expect to stop off for a visit with the bride's paretfts, .Mr. and iMrs. W. G. Moon, returning to Detroit by Oct, 15 where Mr. Reesor will resume his work with the Cadallac Auto Company of Detroit. The bride is a former airmount young lady and her many friends here wish for both Mr. and iMrs. Reesor a happy and prosperous t-uuea me. There was born recently to Thomas Elsa Jones and wife at Mito, Japari, a son, The little fellow has been named Thomas Canby Jones and he tne grandson ot Mr. and Mrs. Uavia ! Jones of this place. The parerAs of the little one aremissionaries in Japan and this is the second son to be born j to them in that country. ball with an average of 500. Things surelv look good for aiJbther season, for an interest in the national sport has been created and the boys are all pulling for base ball as one of the an - nual major sports of the local high school. Y.'ith onlv one base ball man who will graduate, and a lot of young-' er men who are just now" beginning to -develop, the P'ck and Gold surely has good prcspects of a winning tne for another season. Those who made the trip to Van Buren Tuesday were Barrick, who pitched a mighty good game, Charles - - . 1 T" , ! Pickard catcher: Paul Royal, first base; Joe Pickard, second base; Leslie Wilbern third base; Edward Kimes, chnrt an.i John Favne. Harroid La Rue, Jimmy JohiSson, Stewart Bas-ley and Ben Brewer, fielders. High School Notes The Freshmen held a class meeting Tnesav pvpnincr t 3:15. The meet- ing was. in charge of president Regin- ald Parrill. (Continued on Fag Two) ! j ! ! : were, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Payne, Mr. , young people of the district will give and Mrs. Joe Leach, Mr. arM Mrs. a banquet in the basement of the Burr Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Zimri Os-1 church. Miss Shigeru Kobayochu of born, Mr. and Mrs. Will Osborn, Mr. . Tokyo, Japan, who is attending Tay-and Mrs. Henry Deshon, Misses Dale lor University, will also be present and Zola Underwood, Charles Brewer arM render a vocal solo. A large at-and Henry Roberts. tendance is expected and the local 'society is perfecting plains to take There will be a called meeting of care of them. the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.j chujeh Friday everangi at the home of . Mrs. Minnie Thomas will leave Sat-Mrs. Edith Bevington. A full at- urday for Wabash, where she will tendance is desired. make her future home.