The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on November 21, 1921 · Page 7
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November 21, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 7

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SECTION ONE THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS PAGE SEVEN a of NEW GYMNASIUM A Full Line Material InJr D o D JQ o o p Y3 i fifty Freshmen struggling to fill out registration cards. Later in the week a Freshman class meeting was held, in which the class officers were elected. The ambitious motto "Striving to Win," was chosen by the aspiring Freshies. Their taste for color is enviable and likewise theii colors, Old Rose and Gold. Donald Buller and Ruth Weaver were selected to represert the class in the Student Council. September 9, the Freshmen were entertained at a reception and initiation. A program was rendered which was followed by refreshments. The FreshmerJ gave their first party September 23. Weiners, marshmal-lows anld gamea were the order of the evening. There were very few present, com pared to the number enrolled at the F. H. S. ORCHESTRA For all the latest things in Hand Work. Call and see us and let us help you with your plans. ' Mrs. Ella Patterson Art Shop By Leslie1 Wilbern. Before the year 1919, F. H. S. had not devoted much time to orchestra work. DurirJgi the latter part of that year an orchestra was organized com By Carl D. Leach. When the new gymnasium is finished it will be one of the best in this part of the state. It is modern in every way as it is well lighted by electricity arAi well heated by steam. The gym will seat from eight hundred to ten hundoed people. The new bleachers are a great improvement over the old ones. They are well built and are more comfortable than the old ones. They will be painted in the near future ai'd this will make them look better and will also improve toe looks of the interior of the gym. When the gym was partially finished a layer of cement was put down over the ground, a floor of ordinary lumber was laid down over the cement aiM then the hardwood floor of the old gym was torn up and laid in the new one. The floor has been scraped, sanded and covered with a coat of filler. After it is covered with a final coat of wax, the floor will be in an excellent corldition. The gym is located just south of present time. The spirit was fine, and we were so anxious to do something that would be of importance, that we gave orte hour each Monday and Thursday to the good of ou.r orchestra. We would not have been so progressive without the splendid supervision of our director, Miss Mary Sample. posed of wind and string instruments This year we lost three players, one graduated, another moved away, ard the third resigned his place to a new member. The players at present are: Uva Sialyers, pianist; Thelma Hill, Anna Bosley and KeWneth John violinists; Roy Johrl, clarinetist; Llora Brown and Loren Cain, cornetists; Dee Briles, alto; Victor Love, drummer and Leslie Wilbern, trombonist. We hope to set new members from the second orchestra to fill the places of the five Senior members who will graduate this year. We have new parts for the drum, new music, much more time to devote to music and the enthusiasm for a great year ahead of us. We have also thought of giving another play this year. As the outlook is very bright, we are looking forward to a successful year and hope that you are with LEVY' The members of the orchestra are t as follows: Violinists Lucile Lewis, Laura ! Brown, Eunice DeWeerd, Esther Wright, Carolyn Wallace, Clarice! and drums. Not very much could be done in the first year owing to the late start, and the lack of time aiJd experience. However it was the beginning of a wonderful organization for music students. Last year the orchestra was again organized under the direction of Miss Mary Sample, who proved to be a capable and efficient leader. At the first meeting only a few were present, but the old high school building and joined j later all twelve members attended up with the east wall of the new the practices regularly, us. Music was ordered and many faith rooms and what was known as the south building. You can get to it by entering the mail buildings and following the south hall, but a more di- Rigsbee and Evelyr) Taylor. Cornets Gregory Dale, Glenn Huston, Donald Jenkins, and Paul DeWeerd. Flu.te Frederick Burnside. Clarinet Reginald Parrill. Trombone John Jones. Viola Marie Wallace. Drums Thelma Lewis. The piano is played in turn by Har-land Bonar, Lucile LeRoy and Robert Zike. We hope to appear in public after New Year's as a regular high school helper. ful practices were held before we were ready to appear in public. We have played at many public meetings since SECOND ORCHESTRA some benefit to the community. Have for your inspection a complete Line of Basketball Shoes, Gym Shoes, Ballet Slippers, and a complete line of School Shoes very reasonably Priced. The Foot Comfort Store of Marion. Another successful achievement is By Evelyn Taylor, At the beginning of the term we received the announcement that all pupils interested in orchestra were to appear n the gym. "Uncle Rube." The proceeds were used to buy ?ew music and a set of drums. Ing and straight into the gym. Trier, is also a door on the south end of the gym, but it ls not yet finished. On the lAght of November 2, a crowd of about nine hundred people were present in the new gym and witnessed the game with Lapel. Before the game Superintendent Hamiltorf made a short speech in which he dedicated the gym to the people and to the purposes for which it would be needed. will find it represented in some way almost everywhere. This class is holding their goal class had their room in the high school building in what is Wow room 6. This was because of the crowded condition prevailing at that time, and while the south building was under construction. Of course, this seemed a wonderful privilege, to be permitted to go to school with all the older boys aiAl Evrls. But as soon as the new high and irtends to graduate with flying colors and leave behind it the same splendid record it has always made. Here's tQ the progress of the class Girls' Physical Training 3 1213 t ipTEpVUI tz and sixth grades every day and to the Junior high. Physical training is a great help to the boy and girl. Most of the boys and frrls who live in town do iot have much work to do, because of modern comforts of living and consequently do riot get enough exercise and become inefficiert. Physical training helps to develop every muscle in the body. Every student needs exercise and something to make him quick and strong. It helps to reduce certain forms of awkwardness. A student who does not take aiy exercise and spends most of the time reading or studying will neither think readily nor remember the things he has read. This student should take of '22. . The Seniors have ordered their class rings and are expecting their arrival in the near future. FRESHMEN Marion, Indiana Opposite Glass Block building was completed, they took their place in it and completed their common school work there. The graduating class was thirty-five in number. They had a large commencement and were certainly happy arAl proud when they received their diplomas. Then came a most wonderful change to this group of schoolmates. They entered a new life which was very different, but it was school just the Physical training is a required subject at Fairmount high, unless the student has an excuse from a physician. Only one year's work is required for graduatioil. But it is such an interesting subject that many students are taking it every year. This course is very beneficial to the person who takes it. It is beneficial in several ways. It developes the body and encourages athletic sports. It also develops co-ordirJation between the body and mind and increases mental alertness. It introduces and encourages the idea of clean sportsmanship. Many By Helen Leach. The morning of September 5 found physical trainirJg, and he would find that it would help him mentally as It was high school. well as physically. Too much study same As Freshmen, they naturally had makes a person's mind dull, tired arid unattentive. liiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiw H Sound In Its Conservative In Its H g Management Policies g j Progressive In Its Methods J games are played arAi much good is 1 Exercise tends to refresh the mind and whole body. It has been proven many funny ard also some serious experiences. Their initiation was a long Temembered happening. As Sophomores they fared better, because they had learned from their previous year's experience the best derived from these. The students see the value of working for one another. that if a person takes exercise after a few hours of study, and then goes back to study, he will remember things better and learn more than if he had orient ill the time in' studying. There- j Teamwork is encouraged by the girls playing such grimes as basket ball, volley ball, indoor base ball and relay races. way of progressing. Whei.' they reached their Junior they really negan to make a fore physical training js a good thing year, showing and attract the attention of j in the hii.h school. I The Fairmount State Bank i the public. Now they have reached their high- , z SENIORS est, this class of "little tots is now the j F.nior class of Fairmount high school. ; During these years, this class has ! sss chanjred much. Many m.mbers have j 2 By Uva Salyers. There are various forms of exercises classified according to their valu-s in developing the different muscles of the body. Some are classified on the basis of their physological effect on the body. According to this classification their are: Exercises of skill, exercises of strength and exercises of V speed. Too much exercise is harmful to the body. When first beginning physical training the students are giver light exercises and then the heavy work is gradually taken up. Physical training is given three days one semester and two days the next Offers to its patrons every service that may rightfully be expected of a well equipped banking institution. mnvpH awav ami t 'w nps have taken ! in the year oi iua aooui, jwemy : their but -t 5g gtm largely little tots began tfieir school life with I their origingl dass of 1909. Miss Latham as their teacher. Every They now have sixteen members in ss i j - -1 1 i tr:.. T one loveu ami mu ,.UMU. thejr clags &nd are tak;ng a very active and school life seemed, indeed happy part in school life. Their class is represented in almost every organization ill the school and is making a real to these little children. Their first vear passed quickly and I The Fairmount State Bank success this year. They furnish four ' semester, so at the end of one year of j they soon found themselves in their school we have a stronger riation, j second yearj which was a continuation physical training is the one way to do j of the cheerfui yrf e already begun. splendid players for the basket ball j ZZ team, five efficient musicians for the j this. W. F. Morris, President Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier nrst orcnestra and also many capaDie sss Robert Morris, Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant Cashier One memorable event of their second year was a Thanksgiving program workers for the newspaper and annual Staff. The Senior class has represert- Boys' Physical Training av.ver m the -vocational and commer ; and party given to their mothers. Everyor.'a was all "dressed up" and after speaking pieces and singr'ng songs "ey served refreshments. It cial departments and, in fact, yon iETiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiififiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiirs M By Arthur Osborn. This is the second year physical training has been given at the high school. Mr. Walters has charge of the boys physical trairing and Miss Arnold has charge of the girl's. Besides the regular motions gone through in physical training, basket ball is played and exercise jjken with Indian clubs. Physical training is giver two days of the week, the first semester, and three days the second semester. It is also given to the fifth ' was a merry party. In their third year they began to comprehend more what school really was and to see the more serious side of it but, nevertheless, they corftirrued to enjoy it. This same class clung together all through the years. All their joys and sorrows were shared together and all were comrades, schoolmates and friends. In their sixth year of school this WE GUARANTEE Public Speaking in the High School Satisfaction on all repair jobs that leave our shop. We have special equipment for doing machine work, reboring cylinders, repairing and recharging storage batteries, recharging Ford magnetos (without removing motor from car.) In fact, we have the best equipped shop in town for any kind of a job. Special attention given to Tractors regardless of make. A complete stock of Ford parts and accessories. The class meets from 11:35 to 12:25 on Tuesday and Thursday of every weeK. tniringi tne secorfd semester it will probably remain the same and one credit will be given for the year's work. Racine Tires By Deloras EL Schlagenhoft. j Public Speaking is gradually com-itlg to it's own in Fairmount high school. Last year Mrs. Lucy Lundy made a success of this work, as was shown by the public work accomplished by her pupils. This year Principal E L. Morphet is conductirfe a class of ten members, chiefly the upperclass-men. Their work thus far has been only the study of the text, "Public Speaking Today" by Lockwood and Cooper Storage Batteries National Oils No public speaking has been done as , 'The Cflty Oarage u H H X H H H- X X yet, but during the second semester the class is preparing to give a play and to erfter into public speaking more extensively. Also, after Christmas, it is the intention of Mr. Morphet to offer Public Speaking as a solid for those just entering the Freshman year of high school and to make it compulsory. - Thorpe. With such topics as, "How to Select a Speech," "How to Prepare a Speech," "The Gathering of Materi x H H M M H X M W. A. KIMES & SONS, Proprietors Day and Nicht Road Service v .Phone 400 Fairmount al add Formation," "Manner of Deliv ering a Speech," "Debating," "Gesturing" "Tones and Choice of Words." This course is heartily recommended for high school students as the trair&ig will be of inestimable value !1 In studying this they are forming a r strong basis for future public work, , in almost all hranches of life's work. -

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