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November 14, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 1

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V t x;'"' FAIBMOHJNT NEW 7 1 1 E PRINTED FOR A PURPOSE TO HELP FAIRMOUXT GROW TWICE A WEEK Monday and Thursday. SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTY FIRST ALWAYS. Forty-fourth Year FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1921 Number 100 WAR MOTHERS MEET WITH MRS.W1NSL0W CLIFTON ENTERS - PLEA OF GUILTY ID Ol9 John B. Tliunder, Esq. BOTH GOING AT WINNING CLIPS REGULARS SLAUGHTER GASTON'S TEAM IX GAME REPLETE WITH BRILLIANT AND CLOCK LIKE TEAM WORK TAKING REVENGE FOR GASTON'S ELIMINATION OF THE BLACK AND GOLD IN LAST YEAR'S DISTRICT MEET F. H. S. SECOND TEAM WOLLOPS MATTHEWS REGULARS BIG CROW D CHEERS LOCALS ON TO EX-TRUSTEE OF CENTER TOWNSHIP ADMITS CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT Is Immediately Sentenced by Judge Charles to the Penitentiary For m Term of From One to Twenty-one Years May be Taken to Michigan Armistice Day Appropriately Observed With Program Befitting The Occasion In spite of the inclement weather and the fact that there was a big basket ball game on at the Fairmount high school, there were a goodly Last Friday night was a big night j for Fairmount- Both the first and ! the big pames of the season for the second basket ball teams of Fair- ! locals. Muncie comes fresh from . a mount high school scored decisive vie- j geme with Franklin, stale champions, tories over formidable opponents, add- ; id for that reason the Black and iiJg to the laurels already won this 'Gold quiiAet is all the more desirous set. son. ;of making a good showing in the cora- In the first game of the eveninsr, ! ing" gme-the Black and Gold second team easilv 1 Lineup and Summary: n -m.,-v u.- Fan-mount 43 Gaston 17 V Hollingsworth McCerrey j Pa - e Trout, Hayden j Forwards 1 HIGH SCHOOL "COUNTY FAIR" TO BE MOST ALLURING EVENT STUDENTS MAKING GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR BIG TIME ON TUESDAY NIGHT OF NEXT WEEK NEW ADDITIONS TO HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING TO BE THROWN OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPEC- WHEN NEW ROOMS WERE TIOX SATURDAY MOVING DAY PREPARED FOR OCCUPANCY. Ttvesday, Nov. 22 otife week from Tuesday is to be a Red Letter Day office of board will be next to history at Fairmount high school. In fact room with the faculty room next to this will, according to present plans, , that- iIr- Morphet's office is in the be one of the "Big Days" of the year room formerly occupied by Mr. Ham-at the local school. ' ilton's office. An entertainment and celebration ' Everyone in the local high school is the score of 43 to 23. Following thi's , brilliant victory the first team came . -,. v. v r t it I rite the fact that the weather could t hardlv have ben much worse, auite a ' large crowd, in fact nearly five hund- ' red loyal fai.s and boosters, were pre- j IZ !eT Z one was rvre Can pleased bv the j showing made b-, fee Fairmount fives j during the evening. j Gaston is t!o iom that eliminated the Black ai.Vi Gold quintet in the dis- trict last vear so the locals were out for revenge. In this contest Fair- j tnoTEt was the first to score and main- ! tailed from the verv start a lead that i increased greatlv as the game pro- : pressed. Within the first minute af-i ter the initial toss up Payr.e dropped it.' a free throw for the first marker. On the next play Hollingsworth dropped in a nifty field goal and Just a couple of minutes later added another before Gastors was able to connect. The visitors then rallied with a ecu rle from the field in rapid succession and it began to look as if the local . five would have a battle royal. How- ' ever, although Gaston displayed some surprising bursts cf speed and some clever plays nt this time, far.s soon began to i.' tice that this came only in streaks zr. fi ashes while the local five, working smoothly and with machine like precision, was scon well on the way toward victory. Both teams were somewhat handicapped by the extreme smoothr.ess of the floor, which had just been scrapped, sanded, stained, and polished, but had not yet been waxed, but this only occasionally de- i-sctPi frrm the eiciei'.v cf the r!av. When the pistol sounded'at the end of th rct half he ore tood 1 to 10 in favor of the locas. The Fairmount team started the second half with a rush that was r.ot to be stepped. The visitors were unable to break through the local defense for 9. single field goal until the last five minutes of this half when two were added. However, the Black aiM Gold combination worked the ball down the floor time and again with surprising speed and accuracy and , ' ' ! interested in working out the program fr the Fair and Dedication Festival. Everyone is optit.i-.Lc regarding the possibilities,, and each department is trying to out do the others. Accord- ing to present plans the regular class- Ml . . I. .1.1 1-1-!J. 1.1 H J. ' s 1 'counle of neriods m the afternoon so . . . , , ' ffcf oil visitor an, natron msv have r , a. opportunity to ,seie tne worn btinri doit?. Following that a pro- riam will be given the details of which v ill be announced "!at.r in the week. for the rresent sufuce it to say that I -'liainer JVIilhoIIrn j Center Leer' J- Pickard McClom ! Williams Moore ,oa:te 9, o,iss.rth j S' Olfather 4, McCerrey 4, Hayden 1, Trout - Foul groals Payne 1 out 5, ; Hollingsworth 0 out of I, McCerrey 5 out cf 6- Scorer Morphet. Timer Hamilton. Referee Parker. . ire ta:mount second team sprung ? the bif surprise of the e enig by pil- : m- UP such a bl score P"ist the ' Matthews first team. The Matthews frst team earlier in the season won a , sjve victory over the JoiAesboro ream so local lans were predicting that the Fairmount seconds would do ' mighty well to hold the Matthews quintet to an even score. The first half cf the game was qnite even and hard fousrht with the locals holding little more than a bare margin until ' the last miiAite. The score for this half was Fairmount 14, Matthews, 9. After about the first five minutes of the second half the locals hit a stride that brought surprising results and soon left the visitors hopelessly bohind. The team work cf the Fair-mount team in this half won ur.stinted praise from everyone aiAl resulted in ;i; -i .-tt, av1t tv Uoif while Matthews made but 14. This was the first game for Wilbern at bsck guard and La Rue as floor guard, but both men played a mighty clever game, especially in the last half, Boslcy and Pickard were right there -with a clever bombardment from the f eM- maki"? ven taskets each while Bri-es at pivot, came in for a total of six. Ih.Vup and Summary: Fairmount. 43 Matthews, 23 j C. Pickard Bosley Briles Fuhrman i Lawvere Forwards Oxley i Boyer Beony La Rue Wilbern Center Guards pleted and Structure Ready For The Roof Work on the new buildint for the Citizens Telephone Company has been 1 i there will be music bv the high school j promise for the coming numbers. The orchestras, both first and second; solos,; Chicago Concert Players recently ap-both vocal and instrumental; special ! peared in Carthage, and the Citizen, numbers by the high school chorus arAi that place, contained the following Glee Club; talks, readings, and many j regarding the program given there: other numbers of "interest. After this The Chicago Concert Company, com- City Today. James M. Clifton, ex-trustee of Center township, will probably be taken to the NorthenJ Indiana state prison at Michigan City by Sheriff Bert Fowler today. When arraigned before Judge J. Frank Charles in tne Grant circuit court last Thursday morning Clifton entered a plea of guilty to the charge of embezzlement of township funds, and was immediately sentenced by the court to serve from two to twenty-one yenrs in the penitentiary, to pay a fine of $500 and was disfranchised for a period of two years, his minimum sentence. When he appeared in court Clifton looked weary and worn, showing) the strain' under which he had been laboring. He was brought into the court room from the jail by Sheriff Fowler, and stood before the judge with his head bowed. When Deputy Clerk Heber Davis, started to read the indictment he was stopped by Harry Roberts, Clifton's attorney, who stated that the reading of the indictment was unnecessary, as Clifton was j familiar with its coi.'tents, as it had been read before. "Youi know the charge against you, that of embezzlement?" Judge Charles asked. Are you ready to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty?" "Guilty," replied Clifton iii a low tone but with unbroken voice. Judge Charles said it was a disagreeable duty for him to perform, and with no further comment, he pronounced the sentence. Clifton, with the sheriff, then left the court room. The investigation of the state board of accounts is still goingi on. Other charges may be brought against the ex.official ,f further defalcations are found, and it is desired to further press the matter. It is understood the shortage is in the thousands ard that the $1,500 covered in the affi davit is not more than one-fifth of the amount. However, it is impossible to secure any information on the subject, as the accountants will make no statement un'til their work is finished. The bond of Clifton is SS.000, and any amount in excess of that the township will lose. It is practically sure that the bond will not cover the full amouic of the shortage. ACADEMY QUINTET LOSES TO WARREN 'Fighting Quakers" defeated in Loosely Played Game By a Score of 20 to 16 The Academy net five was defeated at Warren Friday night in a loosely played contest by the score of 20 to 16. The Academy team showed a complete reversal of form from the good showing that they displayed against the strong Alumni team the week previous. Of the 20 points scored by Warren, half of them were made from free throws, only five field goals being registered against the Academy defense. Ten mei got into the game for Fairmount, all the substitutes getting a chance to show their worth and some displayed more basket ball ability than the regulars and no doubt there will be some surprising changes made for the Green town game at Greentowr next Friday night. The Academy, while defeated, outplayed their opponents throughout the entire game, but from the lack of experience and ability to hit the basket they were not able to roll up a sufficient number of points to overcome the lead that Warren was able to get at the start of the second half. The first half half ended 8 to 7 iri favor of Warren. The Annual Dinner of the W. F. ML S. of the M: E. church which was to have been held Nov. 22, the regular meeting day of the- society, has beer postponed until a week later, Tuesday, Nov. 29. This is due to the faci that number of War Mothers and their guests who met at the home of Mrs. Jabe Winslow on West Washington street Friday evening in observance of Armistice Day. Mrs. Winslow was assisted by Mrs. Kiah Winslow and Mrs. O. R. Scott. The Stars and Stripes formed the decorations in the differed rooms of the Winslow home, Old Glory with its suggestions being doubly dear to these "Mothers of Men." The luncheon was to have been pot-luck, but it bid fair to develop into a banquet, for it was a splendid meal that was served in the dining room. Each war mother responded at roll call with something apropriate to Armistice Day and Mrs. George Ricks responded with a songv the words and music being her own composition, while Mrs. Ed Hollingsworth gave an original memorial address. The meeting was a great success inasmuch as the members seem to have a strengthened bond of sympathy as each Armistice Day comes and goes. CONCERT PLAYERS GIVE FINE PROGRAM Next Number in Eastern Star Concert Course Highly Spoken of Where-ever They Appear The next number of the series of concerts being given under auspices of the Masons and Order of Eastern Star will be by the Chicago Coi&ert will Ho the zvcnnA nf the pHps flip vvU1 De tne second ot tne series, tne nrf hpirm- tVip Festival Orchpstra on nrst Demg me r esu ai urcnesira on the eveningi of Oct. 20, and this excellent company of musicians was greeted bv ar audience that well filled the high school auditorium, while the ex-; cellence of the program gave rich i r 4i, i j : i Fu ... K uini. iiic iiiffl. nuuiuci v i n i v Century Festival Series here Tuesday night in the auditorium before an audience which gave these artists sincere applause. The members had a pleasing appearance with an unaffect ed manner upon the stage, and won their hearers early. Their singing ability, ensemble, was above any visiting company heard here for man'y years, especially the operatic arias in the concert play. Negro camp meeting songts, ballads of long ago, and two comic songs were introduced. Their rendition of the "Sextette from Lucia," "La Paloma," and Cavalleria Rusticana" was excellent. But their corfcert play, "From Gypsyland," perhaps will be best re membered. Here the singing members of the company reappeared in nomadic costumes, and with the stage lights changing to a red glowing reflection against the decorative back ground, arAi the entire setting in one of Indiana's most beautiful theatres, they enacted their song story, now with gay nomadic abandon, now with intense appeal, and all with perfect piarfo accompaniment. The company came direct here from Greenfield, where, the Daily Reporter states, "they came, they sang, they conquered," and further adds, " raise the quality of the music which the young people are permitted to hear, it is said, and you go far toward setting them right on the road of life. The conditions as they are today will be greatly improved if all take thought of the type of little things which enter irto the daily life of the young. No one could have the high-class pro-pram of last evening and not gone away just a little more appreciative of the bigger things of life." ' The meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the AT. E. church, which was to have been held last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edith Bevington, was post- j 's being plai.ned for that date, both j afternoon and evening that is expect- ed to attract attention and interest of ; everyone in this locality as well as of manv recple from iA?arby communi- ties. lne entertainment for tne JJnd is , ... .v o . t t t-,. 10 oe .n tne naxure oi a nanesi r air .. .. . as well as a uecication restivai. it ! is to be a Thanksgiving celebration, a v.-..-.;.-i o -.r;ct,-0i o oi ; for sure fair with hot dogs, toy bal- loi.'s and all the other attendant joys, all wrapped up in the program for the one afternoon and evening. It is to provide a big time for everyone, old and younj- as well as give every- one an opportunity to see what is really being done at the local school this year, and to see and inspect the new part of the building, consisting f class rooms, offices and gymnasium, . which has just beer completed. By that time all the departments will be moved into their new and per-; manent quarters aiAl will have had time to get settled down and show what can be and what is going to be done with the splendid opportunities that have now been provided. This past week-end was officially designed jwell equipped sewing room now pro-jvides the splendid home for this de partment, taking care oi the students ' in both the first and second year Vo j cational Home Economics courses as . J ' U ft rolled up point after point until the Field goals LaRue 1, Briles 6, Bos- as moving time and a large force was Gastonites were completely bewilder- ley 7, Pickard 7, Fuhrman 2, Lawvere busy all day Saturday getting every-ed. During this half the local five 1, Oxley 3, Boyer 4. Foul goals thingi ready so that the classes could worked with precisior! and consistency Briles 1, Boyer 3. Referee, Parker, itake possesion of the new rooms this that was surprising even to the most mornirfe. The Vocational Department ardent supporters. On every play the TELEPHONE HOME nas now heen transfered to its new ball seemed to find its way into ready f D v tijfr -crn ', home in the upstairs of the south part Fairmount hands and was speedily re- IMC.AKL.Y IlNCLAJ3fc.Ll j 0f the addition. A commodious and layed down the floor to the Fairmount j well equipped kitchen, a combination basket. During this half the locals Brick and Cement Block Walls Coin- j fitting room and rest room arM a large made twenty-four pciiXs all by field ; goals, while the bewildered visitors j made but two from the field and three from the foul line. j As is typical of the locals this sea- r - , ..... - . ; special program, in t "Course. !. t I V' ;.i 1 1. 1 1 lt.lt ni ctui. In the new gymnasium will be booths of all descriptions. There will be candy, confetti, toy ballons, hot dogs, and cracker jack to the hearts content. This, of course is where the Harvest Fair comes in and this will provide the big time lasting all through the evening. An' elaborate minstrel is be ing prepared to be given at frequent ir&ervals during the evening as one of the big side shows. The Vocational girls have been busy for the past sev eral weeks making many pretty ar ticles ranging from clever rag dolls to handkerchiefs and embroidered linens, ail well adapted to use as Christmas presents. This gives but a vague idea of the big. time that is beingi planned for this occasion. It will assuredly be something entirely different. It will be something new and worth while; and Wt will be an occasion when everyowe will want to be present and share in the good time. KIWANIS SENDS A MESSAGE TO HARDING. All Kiwanians all over the courAry are heartily in accord with the pur-noses of the disarmament conference now meeting iri Washington, and are edeavoring to lend every assistance to President Harding in his efforts to briiA about a lasting world peace, That the president may know that Ki- wanis is with him, all clut are send ing him messagres, and Fairmount Ki-wanis through Presiderft Lafe Ribble, Friday sent the following: "Warren G. Harding, President and Fellow Kiwaniar: "Heartfelt wishes of each Kiwanian for unqualified Buccess of disarmamnet conference. L. H. RIBBLE, Pres. "Fairmount, ItAi." Chester. Brewer was taken very ill Saturday morning with appendicitis. A physician was called immediately aril the patient is reported to be rest ing easy. It is hoped that an opera tion may be avoided. son, the credit for the victory goes to pushed rapidly during the past week, i well as ill the Junior high school do-the entire team. It was the well nigh and the brick and cement block walls j mestic science work. The music and air tight def erlse of the Back and have been completed, so that the struc- ! art department will occupy the former Gold warriors that held the Gaston ture is now ready for the roof. It is ; sewing room and the commercial de-score down while the accurate pass- hoped to get this orf as rapidly as the j partment has been moved to the room ing and splerMid team work resulted in weather will permit. With the build-' formerly used as the kitchen. The the necessary offensive strength to ing inclosed work on the interior can science room remains the same, while pile up the Fairmount lead. Payne be completed during the winter, so ' the English department has been mov l , v v t 4 4 t was high point man for the locals that the building will be all ready for ; ed to otJe of the former commercial with nine from the field. Rollings- occupancy by spring. The TelePnone ; rooms while Mrs. Gilbreath will have worth came next with eight field company does not contemplate mak- I the other room for her classes. The goals arM Olf ather garnered a total ing any attempt to remove its plant , mathematics department remains in of four. These men were the big fac- from its present location in the Citi-' the large room in the south part of tors in the offensive strength while zens State bank building until after the building with the history depart-rLeer and Williams were the ones res- the weather becomes settled in the ment occupying the new class room ponsible for breaking up the team sprirJg. A new switch boardjwill be next to iL The manual training and work of the opponents and starting installed, and there will be a large mecharScal drawing department will that of the locals. J. Pickard who amount of outside work to be done on have the room in addition. - The gien-replaced Leer at floor guard at the the lines in making the change, and ' eral assembly room remains the same, start of the last half, pTayed a mighty this can be better done in the sprirfe while the auditorium, equipped with clever game and was responsible for rather than duringj the severe winter ! regular theatre chairs, is to be used spoiling a lot of the Gaston passes, j weather. The new building will be a - from now on for convocations as well Evervone is now looking forward to most attractive one. adding mnteriallv as all entertainments given by the the game on the high school gym to the appearance of West Washing- school. The new gymrfasium, aside floor next Friday night with the strong ton street: from its use for basketball, will be Muncie team. Muncie always has : i. used practically every hour of the - been a big drawirfe card and for that Mrs. Sallie Hollingsworth will leave day for physical training, either by reason it is expected that the gym this week for Clarksburg, W. Va .the boys and the girls classes. Lan-next Friday night will be filled to where she will spend the wirfter with j enage department in room next to capacity. This will truly be one of her son Ben Frazier. Principal's office. Mr. Hamiltorfs and poned on account of sickness in the . there is so much sickness in the fami-families of many of the members and lies of the members and other events will be held Dec. 1. ' Jon the same date. (

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