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October 6, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

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r THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS M Vent a rPCIirrrir nf fnmlno At nna ' RED GROSS WORKING FOR HEALTHIER U. S. time the Red Cross employed ?4.(XK I 10 Off ?atu6nNTrH H H ininese workmen, paying them In food ! KA u iiiT-nivi anu uepenoents, uus food being brought In from Manchuria w and elsewhere. M M M HOME COMING DAY AND RALLY AT RIGDON Next Sunday will be home coming and rally day at the Rigdon M. E. church, and preparations are being: made to entertain' a large crowd of the members and friends of the church. A feature of the program will be a basket dinner served in the basement of the church. The Fairmount high school orchestra will furnish music. Both morning and everting sermons will be delivered by the Rev. E. S. Hol-lipeter, D. D. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and spend the day with the Rigdon congregation. We Also Have a Few Thousands Aided by Instruction in Care of the Sick, Food Selection and First Aid. 30x3V2 Goodyear Rib Cords M The Fainiiount News Published on Mondays and Thursdays A . S. ROBE RT 5, Editor and Publisher. Minnie Mc Lucas Roberts, Associate. TFT rnmvro Office: Main 265 TELEPHONES Res Black 3S2-1 . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year .................... .$2.00 Six months 1.25 Three months . . .75 (Outside Indiana.) One year ?3.C0 Six months .......1.65 Three months ................ .90 All subscriptions payable strictly in advance; paper discountinued at expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Fainnount, Ind., under the Act of Congress cf March 8, 1879. Inter.Class Men On Their Toes M IM H H ? H H Which we bought at a special price. These are strictly firsts and we will sell them at ONE DOLLAR ANNUAL DUES IN THE AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES YOU A PARTICIPANT IN RELIEF WORK FOR THE HELPLESS THAT GIRDLES THE GLODE. ANSWER THE ANNUAL RED CROSS ROLL CALL NOVEMBER 11-24, 1921. How the American Red Cross guides thousands of persons to health Is shown tn a summary of the society's activities In the health field based upon the annual report for the last fiscal year Through Us Nursing Service, tte Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick courses, nutrition classes, First Air classes. Llfe-Savlnr classes and 30 Off Regular Price Health Centers and In numerous other ; ways designed to acquaint masses of j citizens with proper methods of living, j Ihe Red Crov carried Its messace of i i LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postofiSce forthe week ending Sept. 27, 1921, for the week ending Sept. 20, 1921, which if not called for in two weeks will be sen to the d?ad letter office: Lorene Drocor. AMce Bollden. Miss Evelyn Murphy Mr. Hugh Reid. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lemler, of Fort Wayne and Mrs. Jessie Smith, of Sat' Antonia, Tex., have been the guests of Charles D. York and family Irk E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. GOWN WORN BY JOHN WESLEY oealth Into all parts of the Country. The work of the Red Cross during the war In Its traditional field of nursing, furnishing the military and naval establishments of the nation with 10,-ST? nurses. Is well known. And there are today 37.7S? nurses registered with the American Red Cross and subject Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing . - A A. A. Phone 226 (Continued' from Page One) W. V. Fowler, Mgr. ion c-ast asningion Mrwu XX XJL to call In emergency. During the fiscal year, 1.K51 Red Cross nurses were accepted for assignment to Government service. SS8 by the Army and Navy and 1,103 by the United States Public Health Service. In addition to the nurses enrolled by the Red Cross for Government serv The librarians of the H. S. held a meeting Tuesday aftertlbon at 2:20. Paul Royal was absent from school Mondav. Mr. and Mr. J. V. Templetorf attended the home-coming at Asbury church Sundav. A basket dinner was The 11. S. chorus pvacticevl Wednes- served on the church lawn English Wesleyan Body Receives Gift of Robe That Belonged to Founder of Methodism. The Wesleyan Methodist Connexion has just received from one of its leaning laymen u gown that belonged to the founder of Methodism, uccording to the London Daily News. John Wesley died in 1791, so that the garment is more than 130 years old. Time lias, of course, left its marks upon the gown. Some parts are discolored and others are worn and patched. The material is heavy, and upon it, worked in black, ore tlowers and prancing horses. As the great preacher was a little mmt, the gown must have hung about his heels. I ice, the lied Cross ttseir employed a total of 1.348 miblte health nurses In day evening at 7 o'clock al the II. S. auditorium. Wednesdays' and Fridays at 3:15 Born, Oct, 4 to Mr. atM Mrs. Henry Creason of Wyoming, 111., a 12-pound have boon set for the girls basket ball ! SOJ David Henry. Mrs. Creason was team t practice. Miss Arnold, phy- formerly Miss Lillie Gray, sical director, in the H. S. will have j the United States an Europe. By far the greatest number was employed In the United States, 1,257, while SI were In foreign service. Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick classes, glvtng thorough Instruction In the proper care of the sick In Instances where the Illness Is not so serious as to reoulre professional nurslns care, dur- cdh. charge. An ii.Ver-class tournament s Mis. Minnie Thomas entertained at , . , , , , . , ' Sui.dav dinner the following guests: enouch girls from each class to form ' - ,r , ; . i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beals and daugh- & tdm I ... . iters, Pauline and Mary and Ellen The students have something to , , r . , ' Ing the fiscal year numbered o,170. A statistical picture of the Red Cross I Operations In this field follows: oek forward to a two days vacation land Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. when the teachers px to institute in a few davs. mi I It Is claimed that the gown was a preaching gown, but it Is very dissimilar to the ecclesiastical" garment that, according to authentic records, John Wesley wore In the pulpit. This one possesses an ordinary sleeve, anil, generally speaking, it seems to accord with the style of a black study-gown. The donor of the gown has also presented a pair of slippers belonging to Wesley. These are in good condition, and are of the kind that he would wear In his study. Wesley, of course, traveled through- Trader, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. SerantotJ, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts, Victor Collom, Olan Thurston, Frank Trader, Clarence Scholtx, Mary Stoolmiller and Iva Tillman of Wabash. LeViOve Ramsey has charge of convocation Friday, which will be at 12:30. All people are cordially iiMt-c-d attend. The H. S. chorus will be one cf the features of the program. New classes formed during year MT9 Classes completed during year, New students enrolled 10lAV8 Students completing course.... 73,432 What the Red Cross accomplished tn giving proper instruction through Us Nutrition Service Is indicated by the following table : New classes formed during Hie eighth grade held a class meet- " ing at 4 o'clock Wednesday evening.1 YOU CANT BUR AN ADVER-Margaret Lar.gan, president, had TISKMENT IN THIS PAPER. THE charge. , NEWS IS READ THROUGH. out CJroat l?rii;ui and Ireland iu all weathers on his preaching, tours, and It was suggested that he wore this year n- ! Classes completed during year.. 1S i New students enrolled 2.341 Students completing course.... 2.013 j : j Is here and those contcmplat- H ing having Public Sales will j do well to consult us before f W placing their printing order. g The right kind of Printing at g H the right kind of prices. I The Fairmount 1 heavy gown as a protection against atmospheric conditions. The Wesley museum contains a large number of interesting relics of John and Charles Wesley. It possesses the study chair of Joint, and presently, as a gift from the donor of the gown, Charles Wesley's study chair will be placed there. A large proportion of the visitors to the museum come from the overseas dominions and the United States, where the Interest in all that Mates to the early history of Methodism is very keen. In addition to the above, a total or 22,000 children were given instruction In the proper selection and preparation of foods. Through its 2t Health Centers, th? Red Cross reached ,2."2 persons. In these Health Centers. 4.015 health lectures were given and 7S0 health exhibits held. In the United States last yenr. 7.V 432 persons were killed and 3.JV00.000 Injured tn industrial accidents. To prevent this vnormons waste the Red Cross held !10O first hid classes with a total of 101.000 students enrolled. COME ON BOYS Let's All Go To Brewer's Sale of Quality Porocs Sale on farm, one mile south ar.d three miles west of Fairmount, ten miles sou'.'s of Marion, three miles west and four miles north of Sum-mitvillc, one ard one-half miles north and four miles east of Rigdon, on Tuesday, October 11th Lunch at 11:30. Sale under tent at 1:00 p. sharp. BLACK3IRD IN THRUSH'S NEST J News RED GROSS RESCUED 600,000 FROM DEATH Spent $1,200,000 for Relief of Famine Sufferers in China Last Year. Correspondent cf Scottish Newspaper Calls Attention to Remarkable In. cident He Has Observed. Last week I discovered in the Ivy on a sunk wall in my garden a nest which had all the characteristics of a tarush's nest, with plastered lining only, and which contained two eggs, pale blue with small black spots the eggs of a song thrush, writes a correspondent. Later on I noticed a bird Pitting on the nest. Only the head was visible, but it appeared to me that the bird was a hen blackbird and not a Uu'uh. lt was some days before 1 found the bird oft the nest, when on looking in. I discovered that the plastered lining of the nest had r X V r -1 1. A i i 5' Spring Boars and 50 covers Southern Grant County and to reach the farmers of Southern Grant no better medium can be used than the Fairmount News. VjlltS All Immuned HEAD HEAD To help overcome conditions of acute distress in five fami? stricken provinces of Northern China, where mil- Sired by Col. Fannies Orion, grand champion Indiana; Ring Scissors, first in great show; Col. Joe Orion, a 1000 pound hog; Jack's Orion Fancy, second in class of 22, Indiana 1919; Jack's Orion Defender, sire Jack's Orion Fancy; Fancy Orion Chief 2nd, 3rd aged boar class, Indiana 1921; F. O. King Joe, 5th in class, Indiana 1921; Walt's Col. Bob, siro Col. Walt. Dam side sired by the following: Fannie's Orion, Fancy Orion Chief 2nd, Col. Joe Orion Pal's Col. Jr., U. S. Orion Cherry King, King Orion Fancy Jr.. Foust's Top Col.,, Walt's Cherry Col., Orion Cherry King 11th, Fancy Orion King, Walt's F. O. King, Big Tax, Col. Walt. TERMS Cash or bankable note bearing eight per cent interest from date. Parties unknown to us must furnish late bank reference. Crates furnished for shipment only. A. B. Rrewer & Son Fairmount, Indiana, R. F. D. No. 2. Phone 3895 Red Fairmount , Auctioneers Col. H. L. Iglehart, Col. Hengst, Col Purl Dean. Clerk Tony M. Payne, Fairmount State Bank In And f It Over I Come Talk lions of persons were affected by an I unprecedented shortage of food, the ! American lied Cross during the last ! fiscal year spent more than $t.JiUWV ! $l,tW.0t of which Avas contributed dl-i recty by National Headquarters and j the remainder by varotus groups n I forested In the welfare of China. Through the wide rel!ef operations thus made possible It Is estimated that ' more than fU.ot) famine sufferers j were saved ftom starvation. ' To the end that simi'ar prompt re-' lief measures by the organisation may ; always be possible the Red Cross Is asking continued support by the American people by universal renewal of membership at the Annual Red Cross Roll Call. November 11 to 24. The method of relief employed by the American Red Cross In Its operations tn China was particularly effective, for tn addition to saving hundreds of thousands of lives tt provided Chin wttn more than WO miles of nermanent been slightly covered with dried grasses, and that the nest contained four blackbird's eggs bluish green with mottled ends. The two thrush's eggs had disapieared. They could not he found at the foot of the wall below the nest, but there was found on a green above the wall the broken egg of a song thrush. When I discovered the nest part of Its outer wall was slightly torn, as if a' cat had climbed up the Ivy and endeavored to claw out the btrd then sltttng. Is it possible that the thrush may have been scared way and the nest taken over by a blackbird and adapted to her requirements? None of my friends, versed in the habits of birds, ever heard of similar case. Edinburgh Scotsman. News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. 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