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November 21, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS SECTION ONE F. H. S. CALENDAR 1921-1922 QUARTERLY MEETING OF WAR MOTHERS Harvest Fair and Dedication, Nov. 22. Thanksgiving Vacation, Nov. 24-27. Stationery Wee "Uavm, the Shepard Boy" about w. Members From Other Chapters Entertained by Fairmount Chapter Here Friday Dec. 22. Xmas Vacation,, Dec. 22-Jan2. "Minister's Honeymoon," musical comedy, H. S. chorus, Jan. Semester Exams, Jan 11-12-13. Registration, riew semester, Jan. 16. Concert and program, H. S. orchestra, March. From Monday morning to Saturday night we will celebrate pur Annual Stationery Sale, during which time you will have the additional price advantage of reduction from our already low prices. 13 . Play F. H. S., public speaking class, J Aprils- j You buy Rubber Footwear it pays to buy the best. We can furnish you first quality rubbers for Ladies, Men, Boys and Youths, Misses and Children. Men's Rubber Boots. Men's one, four and six buckle Arctics. Men's Alaskas and Sandals. Ladies' Rubber Boots, Arctics and Sr.ndals, Misses' and Children's Arctics, Alaskas and Sandals. Ladies' Sandals to fit every heel and toe. We do not claim to have the chsapast rubber footwear in town, but we do claim to have as good as the best. - By Treva Parker. The quarteerly meeting of the Grant couity War Mothers was held in the M. E. church Friday in an all day session. County War Mother, Mrs. B. H. Saunders of Gas City being present and presiding over the afternoon meeting. Ai.'.mber of the towns in the county were represented, the largest delegations coming from Marion, Gas City and Jonesboro. The pot luck dinner which was served in the basemeiJc at the noon hour was replete with nearly all the good things the earth affords and was typical of the dinners served at these meetings. The state secretary, Mrs. Moon of Senior Class play, about May 11-12 Baccalaureate address, May 14." Final Exams, May 15-16-17. Commencement, May 8. Black and Gold Day, May 19. MONDAY aiAi all week, Medallion Linen ,a splendid value at the regular price of 75c, this sale 49c, 24 sheets of paper 24 envelopes. TUESDAY Lord Baltimore, pound paper and envelopes. 50 envelopes 40c; pound of paper 60c, both for 79c. WEDNESDAY Special demonstration of the "Economy" Pencil Sharpener. Better than most sharpeners sold at $1.50, special price 89c. THURSDAY Monogram Fountain pens, from $1.50 up. Signet Pencils from $1.00 up. FRIDAY Symphony Lawn Stationery, of character and elegance, $1.00 box for 69c. SATURDAY Symphony Charme, imported effect at less than domestic pricey $1.25 boxes for 85c. EVERY DAY With every purchase of tw0 writing) tablets at 15c a package a 15c package of envelopes free. Lagro has size, speed, and ability. Lagro vs Academy, Academy Gym. Wed. nite, Nov. 23. Don't miss this game. ; Indianapolis, who was to have been Bee Hive Cash Store ji I lie GET YOUR TICKETS IN BY WEDNESDAY. The first of the thi-ee fine Victrolas present- and give a report of the national convention of War Mothers held in San Francisco, was unable to attend. sto be given away by the manufactur When Buying Shoes Buy All Leather STAR BRAIND ers of Betsy Ross bread, will be award- i g After a short business session, dur- ed this week, and all who have been : n ing which the visitir.Jg delegates gave THE PIONEER DRUG STORE saving their ticket5 must turn them j into The Mayflower Market not later than Wednesday of this week. The Rexall Store Xen H. Edwards, Manager - the Fairmolnt chapter a standing vote of thanks for their hospitality, the follcwiwng program vas given: Mrs. Vandever gave n original poem on "The UnkrAyvvn Soldier Dead." Coun- ante THE CHORUS berth, which I have occupied ever since. My first fame came wher I defeated Basket Ball! Academy GYM FREE! Holiday Ribbonette for tying Christmas packages. Beautifully colored in green, red and gold. Printed, "A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year." We have many thousands of yards, but it will go fast. Call immediaiely a.idget as much as you will nee to tie all your Christmas packages. Lagro vs. Fairmount Academy (FREE, at THE HOCKETT STUDIO. By Lillian Pierce. j the almighty Sophomores in the inter- Chorus is one of the many interest- class basket ball games. My fame ing subjects taught in Fairmount j was still greater when I held the Jui.'ir and Senior high, by Miss Sam- j dignified Seniors to a one point mar-pie. Every one, that means not only I gin in the final of the inter-class the high schocl but the community as games. a whole. is .i:.';erested and quite en-j I put up a beautiful blue and gold thusiastic ever what is being done ' flag this year, which guarded the high this year. j school buildiirg like a mother bird Last year there were about forty ! protects her young ones. The Stud-mc-.b(rs in the Seizor high chorus '"ent Council met and decided to have a ar.d about sixty in the Junior high ' field and track meet. The Seniors and chorus. The Senior high chorus gave Sophomores were to contest against the operatto '-Pauline" which was ex- the Juniors and I. We wor the meet ceMent. The Junior high school chor- by a very few points and got to take us rendered the operatta "David the 1 our flag down. Shf-p-ar 1 Boy." v. h:ch was sa well re- j In the spring of 19-0 I left the high reive: sr.d Lked by every one that ; school to take a four months vacation. Mi?s Sample the director, feels that j During my vacation I worked very it would be proper to reproduce it ; hard ai 'i when I reentered school in y Wednesday Night, Nov. 23 3L tL2wU Lagro has a strong team, while the Academy five is going good; the game will be a fight from the start to finish.. FOR SALE ty War Mother, Mrs. Saunders then j gave a descriptive talk on the Nation-ial Sanitarium at Marion and of the j inmates, advising all War Mothers to j visit the Home as such visits are much j appreciated by the boys. ! A letter from the State War Moth . jer was read giving Dec. 15, 16 and 17 j as the date of the state convention , and urging every chapter to send dele-i gates. A motion to bear the expenses iof the County War Mother and presi-ident to the state convention was carried. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: Presldert, Mrs. : Friedline of Jonesboro, First Yice-Pvesident, Mrs. Addie Winslow of Fairmount, Second Vice-President, f Mrs. Wynne of Marion, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Cora Vandever cf Gas i City, Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Belle Draper of Fairmount and Treasurer, Mrs. Frank Porter of Upland. The president elect Mrs. Friedline appointed a committee en Ways and Means as follows: Chairman. Mrs. Ed Hollings-worth of Fairmour't, Mrs. Brown of Jonesboro, Mrs. King cf Gas City, Mrs. Ecrdwell of Uplani ar.d Mrs. Tucker f Jonesboro. Mrs. Rudolph cf Marion was appointed Pariiamntar-ium. Mrs. Wynn of Marion was appointed a delegate to the state convention with Mrs. Brown of Jonesboro as alternate. The next meeting of the Counts-War Mothers will be held in Gas City on the second Wediesday in Febru- I ary. zr;i:n tr.: yea: , the fall of 1920, I only weighed thirty 'David the Shepard pounds. j FOR SALE Cheap. Set of drawing ; instruments, in good condition. Call ; Jb o Main 166. after 5:30 p. m. M T t nf. O r o. m curiam raiser, t .ou; oig uame o:ou $ Boy" v. I-! be given in the rear future! I felt as if I had returned to my old ?t the h'ch ? choc I cuiitorium by the .home. I again worked my way to the Jar.: r h'ch scl.oci chorus, probably finals in the inter-class games only to just before Christmas. ; be defeated by the Seniors in a close The Senior hich schol chorus help- fcucht battle. Admission, 25 Cents a rrogiam r-t convocation last i. Tl.is enjoyed by every ei :n roc r.;: This year I helped to puolish a Fan mount: high school edition' of the Fairmount News, which turned out to be a great success. I also helped FOR SALE Remington Typewriter, good as new. Will sell for $25 for quick sale. Call Mr. York at Drop Forge. FOR SALE-White Leghorn cockrels. Arthur .Smith. FOR SALE Five-room cottage; gcod well; fhod coal shed, and two lots. S500 takes this for quick s-le. Leon ichcl chorus help- io jrive r-n entertainment by the. to pvt out the first high school an- iAial which was called ''Black and ram? cf the "TI:r;isier's Honey Moon rext sriir.g cal comedv It is to be a whole musi-; Gold." This year I omy had three ! months vacation. . J This year, the third year of my life Green, 1306 Marion avenue, Marion, Ind. Flowers for Thanksgiving AS A GIFT TO YOUR HOSTESS, OR, IF YOU WILL ENTERTAIN, AS A COMPLIMENT TO YOUR GUESTS. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS. Fairmount Floral Company SOUTH MILL STREET LOST THE JUNIOR CLASS is one oi tr.e greatest years in me "history of F. H. S. A new gymnasium, four new class rocms and many '. improvements have been added. LOST Ladies gold watch; Elgin works. Return to The News office. Br Robert Hollinffsworth. I appreciate very much the work the In the fall cf 1919 I the present board and faculty WANTED MRS. CtlNT WINSLOW HOSTESS TO W. C. T. U, junior ciass, enxerea me rairmoui.. , . , . o upt f j Fairmount high school. high school as the Freshman class, to beein the career of my higher educa I defeated the Freshmen this year WANTED Two lady janitors at II. S. Hours, 1 p. m., till everting. Apply Supt. of Schools at once. tion. I then weighed thirty-five I Regular Monthly Meeting Held Thursday Afternoon With Interesting Program it! the inter-class games, but was defeated in the final game by the Seniors. pounds. As I errerfl the large assembly room I felt as if I were a single little News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. MISCELLANEOUS FORQUTCK Auto service call W. G Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Phone 382-2 rings on Red. straw in a riant strawstack, and ii.f I m helping to publish this edition fact, I was shoved and knocked around of the Fairmount News, and will also by the r,?per classmen as if this were kelp out ar.-ther good Annual. I true. I was about to give up all hopes expect to work as hard for the high of staying until the faculty came to school in the future as I have in the my rescue ard gave me pleasant Past. i By Margaret Taylor. The W. C. T. U. neld its regular ? meeting Thursday af ternon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clint Wins-j on South Mill street. The meeting ! was opened by the devotionals in i charge of Mrs. Omelvena. After this ' was over, "America" was sung by all. LOOK HERE Parties who took shot gui from sham battle ground on Oct. 24, are known and are advised to return gun to V. F. W. Hall at once and avoid trouble. EE! FR NOTICE Postively no hunting, on my premises. B. F. Dickey. READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN extra trousers llillllliniliilliii!lllll!llli!IIliin!iI!i!!iiiiiii:;!Illl Clothing, Hats and Furnishings for the young fellows especially. -:- -:- -:- -:- with every made-to-measure suit Remember Them With Photo. , The mhAites of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Harshbarger, secretary. Fu-.ther business was transacted, after which the president gave a talk on "The Door of Opportunity," Revela-j tion 3:8 was her scripture Jesson. j Mrs. Mary McTurnan rendered a beau- tiful vocal solo, "This is My Task." j The main feature on the program was j the talk giver by Mrs. Alice Geary, j county superintendent of law enf orce- ment, of Marion, Indiana. Her subject was "Christian Citizenship." In Iher speech, Mrs. Geary pointed out ! the necessity of having law enforce-l ment, and to go about this in a Christianlike way. After Mrs. Geary's i talk, Mrs. Coleman gave a sacred vocal solo. iMrs. Luse gave the benedic-Itiott. After the regular business meeting a social time was enjoyed. I Dainty refreshments of tea and wafers ' were served to those present. Get busy at once cash in on this sensatrcral money-saving offer, which is for a limited time only. Get double the wear from your suit on account of the extra pants and have ttyem made to your individual measure. Very soon the holidays will be here the time of the year when we ask ourselves,- "What shall I give?" At this time we can assist you hi deciding this question. The photograph as a Christmas gift stands supreme and surely nothing strengthens the bond of friendship so much as a good photograph. Twelve photographs solve twelve Christmas problems if you get them at THE HOCKETT STUDIO. Phil Lyons Clothing Co. 110 South Side Square MARION same material as the suit Ribble Bros., of course I ! Mr. and Mrs. Loren Cooper and chil-idren, Ruth and Gaynal, spent last Sunday visiting at the home of Ira Rybolt and family of near Rigdoi. fprom Producer to 'Cwuime-SSttfSSiiSi 'SS 1 S with each 24 pound sack of Fairmount Flour, Eight sacks the limit. Our Flour prices are based on wheat be- h Uir Xa& tr ofimtilnf a mir Plniif Thf nw fnnn IpoHinrr TT r TTTI r TTln J UUl tlltU VtWW M.9 vwwjiwvii KM

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