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December 8, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 1

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1' E FAIMMOUNT 1 i NEWS PRINTED FOITA PURPOSE TO HELP FAIRMOUNT GROW TWICE A WEEK Monday and Thursday. SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTY FIRST ALWAYS. Forty-Fifth Year FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1921 Number 3 Marion's "Wonder 11 Buckwheat Cakes , . f KIWANLS NAMES ' NEW OFFICERS THIRTEEN YEAR OLD BOY BEING SOUGHT Bernard Stroup Strangely Missing From His Home Didn't Like School Noses Out a Victory Over Black and Gold that forced its way into the gym, refusing to pay admission, there was X)UNTY SEAT QUINTET MAN AGES TO GET LONG END OF SCORE BY NARROW MARGIN OF THREE AFTER DESPERATE STRUGGLE nothing to mar the enthusiasm and real joy of the intense rivalry between j the tw0 schools. And it was noted that the gang that forced its way in High School Gym Packed and Jammed was not of the Marion high school or With Nearly Two Thousand Enthu- representee of the real sports of the siastk and Wildly Yelling Fans, ' county seat but apparently made up Mario Sending a Delegation of of "uninvited rabble" not welcome Nearly Five Hundred Rooters, Mix- anyplace. DR. L. D. HOLLIDAY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CLUB FOR THE COMING YEAR Definite Plans Made For a Community Christmas Tree and Committee Named to Co-operate With the Churches in Making the Affair Most Complete Success. Fail-mount Kiwanis held a real business meeting Tuesday night, although the social features were not neglected. Because every Kiwanian was as determined as the rest of the population of Fairmount to witness the basket ball scrap between Fairmount and Marior Wednesday night the Kiwanis moved their meeting up one night that there might be nothing to Wterfer with the purpose of the Kiwanis along with the rest of the population being at the high school "early." The meeting was held in the base- Bernard, the 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup, living on East Second street, has been missing from home since Wednesday morning, when he left, ostensibly for school. He failed to return home for dinner or supper and did not show up at night. Investigations started Wednesday evening, failed to get any trace of the lad Wednesday. According, to reports, the boy has shown a strong dislike for school, from which he has repeatedly absented himself without the knowledge, or consent, of his parents. The school attendance officers some time ago placed the boy on virtual probation, and they may again take charge of the case should the boy be found to be wilfully absenting himself from school. It is not believed harm has befallen the boy, and he is expected to show up within a short time, either here or & the home of relatives at Marion. ed With Some "Rough Necks Black and Gold Lads Put Up J A fine spirit was shown both by Fairmount and Marion. anl whilp QUAKER "FIGHTING FIVE ! ment of the Methodist church where Clean, Clever and Game Fight With Fairmount wanted to win Fair. the Breaks Against Them at Critic- mount fans and players alike were al Point. glad to admit defeat in a game won " j by their opponents in a fair, sports- The sign was reversed at the high man like manner, by clean playing, school gym. Wednesday night when. It was some game; a heart-breaking Marion's "Wonder Five" came to ! pame, and a nerve-racking, game from Fairmount for a meeting with the " start to finish. Black and Gold quirUt of the Fair-1 rpj immense crowd Wed-mount high school, a meeting, the nesday night's game demonstrated Markmites had fought shy of as long that Fairmcunt can uke care of a as they could, heretofore cancelling tomnament crowd. No tournament the scheduled game here on the eve ; crowd wouW be much larger than was of the game. It was not a "Standing j Wednesday night's, and the school Room Only" crowd that saw the ter-' authorities announced Thursdav morn-rifle struggle- between the teams on ing. that work on construction of the gym floor, but an "Only Standing . balconies on all four sides of the gym Room" crowd that for an hour and a . wouW be commenced at once, thus half before the referee's whistle put d oubline the seating- catmeitv of the TO MEET TIPTON FRIDAY the ladies of the chuich served a most excellent chicken pie supper, so good that the dir.'ers all insisted on a "second helping" and got it. The first business of the eveningi was the annual election of officers, and the report of the nomirating committee, composed of Wm. McCormick, chairman; Edgar A. Lane, J. R. Busing and Robt. A. Morris was present, ed by chairman McCormick, the report recommending the election of the Academy Quintet's Coming Clash With One ot State's Strongest Teams on the Floor of the Academy Gym Looked Forward to With Intense Interest by Local Fans Academy Five in Excellent Condition. DEATH FOLLOWED TWO YEARS ILLNESS Account of Death of Benj. F. Frazier As Given by Clarksburg, W. Va. Paper The following, taken from, a Clarks will also get to see Coy, Tipton's flashy forward, who is already being doped as an all state man. With the Academy five showing up well in pi'actice each evening this week they are confident of making) this their third straight victory and The "fast Tipton high school basket burg W. Va., paper concerning the it will be a fighting, five that will re ball team will meet the Academy "Fighting Five" at the Academy gym Friday i.'ight. This will probably present Fairmount Friday night be- death of Beni- F- Frazier, son of Mrs. fore what is expected to be one of the Sarah Hollingsworth, of this place, largest crowds of the season. Parker ,wiU interest by his many of Fairmount will referee. 'friends here: the players into action that pushed, gVTOt and affording, ample accommo-and jammed and fought for admission j dati0hs for a crowd rau:h larger than to the gym. And, at that, before the tha,t which saw the Fairmount-Marion game was started there was hardly cime, Fairmount's gym is admitted-even standing room. , Everybody ly best appointed in every way of stood crowding nearly two thousand ; any pvm in the districtf and with the enthusiastic fans into the big gym. 'added seating capacity will be equal It was exactly 5:30 Wednesday cv-: a demands. ening when tw0 people were seen to As e one expected the game saunter towards the high school bu1W-lwas unusuallv fast and excitingr and me, and, seeing that they were the 1 , ... . . , , ' . . . , 'the teams seemed quite well matched The curtain raiser between the Benjamin Franklin Frazier, 40, former foreman at the Travis Glass freshman or second team of the coun- I Coney's plant, died about 4 o'clock prove to be the hardest game on the Academy schedule this year as Tipton is represented by the strongest team that ever represented Tipton high school and Tipton has had some excellent teams in former years. The strength of Tiptois clever quintet is shown by the victories already chalked up against some of the leading teams of the state. So far they f saturaay aitemoon 01 tuoercuiosis at following as officers for the comirg year: President Dr. L. D. Holliday. Vice President John R. Little. Secretary Clyde Lewis. Treasurer Palmer Ice. District Director Past President L. II. Ribble. Directors Wayne Fowler, Rene Jones, W. H. Parrill, Chas F. Parker, Hort Ribble, A. S. Roberts and Otho Compton. On motioW the report of the committee was unanimously adopted, and Dr. Holliday introduced as the new presi ty, will start at 7:15 with the big gjame starting at 8:15. his home, 755 Mulberry street. He had been ill two years, having been ' , . . . , , from start to finish. The phenomen- , . , "" , , from start to finish. 1 announced unable to attend t0 his "work during that time arAl for the last week had OFFICERS NAMED . , up to the doors which were shotg maJe fc to open at 6 :30. A couple of minute. ? the half wcre the Vigus during BY EASTERN STAR , been getting gradually weaker. f o t ti rpc of fch f have defeated Lapel on the Lapel floor. 21 to 12. Thi, is the second Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. Mrs. Samuel Leer Elected Worthy .Matron Lodge Buys T. B. dent of the club. In accepting the time Lapel has been defeated on it's ; home floor in the last four seasons 1 and ai.'y team that can defeat the J laxer an e su-r W ana i . and to thig d Marion owe the more people took their places at the for victory door. Then Burl Brewer arrived, and; T start the me Fairmount was he took a firm hold on the latch to the score wh?n Payne dropped in door, with the other four planted u fml Jugt & ghort Ume later 0, squarely behind him, and thus they , father dr(ppeii in a field before Health Bond E. B. Turner will officiate. Burial j office Dr Holliday said that he did so will be made in the Masonic cemetery. with the Dromjse that he would d all strong Lapel crew by this margin on I Mr. Fras ier is survived by his 1 he could for the interests of the club the Lapel floor is bound to le good. Fairmount chapter O. E. S., at their regular session Tuesday night, in addition to the current business and mother, Mrs. Sarah Hollingsworth, Last Friday night the Tipton team defeated the strong West Lafayette team by the overwhelming score of ! Fairmount, Ind., who was present 1 i when he died. Mr. Frazier's father I routine work, elected officers for the , born. He is ; willing icau AtltfcC "WO v . . . . . . , . "V, , - . . died before the son was change in the personnel 01 the official . , . . , . his stood wnne cuiers rapiuiy of an m fill up the space back of them and on out into the street. When the doors were opened at 6:S0 the crowd that rushed in was of itself nearly large enough to fill the seating capacity of the gym. and the Maricn fans had not yet arrived. , Englehart connected for Marion. '. During this time the local squad held I not only a small edge on the score, but also displayed superior team work. Both teams during the period missed : many fwd shots at the basket due to jthe intense excitement and speed of .the frav. Just shortly before the by widow, Mrs. ... - 1 1 OVA I 1 T caiov provided he could have the hearty and eari.'est co-operation of all members, which he hoped to have. He briefly outlined a few things he felt Kiwanis during the coming year could well give attention, such as promoting the idea of a community house for Fair-mount, reviving the municipal swimming pool project that was so nearly list. Mrs. Alice Ramsey, who has so ! Harriet Frazier and Adin, son, Ruth 43 to 13 and West Lafayette has been doped as one of the leading teams of the state. The West Lafayette team is made up practically of the same men who went to the finals in the National High School Basket Ball tour "r and Martha, daughters, and Allen O. brother, San Ven'adino, Frazier, is succeeueu uy .urs. oauiuci who acted during the past year as Calif. The Fraziers came here six years put through last summer, helping in are as follows: wortny ratron, Meanwhile others continued to pour ; close of the half, Kegsel dropped in into the big room, and an hour before j the nfty basket putting Marion in the game was to be called the gym ) ths lead foT the fim time and thus was filled to more than capacity. The haif ended with a score of 9 for Ma-high school students and the Academy : rion and g for Fairmount. ago from Weston, where Mr. Frazier j the Red Cross drive, and other enter- D. Adams; Associate Matron, Mrs. E. B. Dickey: Secretary, Miss Estella had been in the glass business a short , prises that meant for the upbuilding time. He had come to Weston from j 0f the community spirit arAl the ad- Ink; Treasurer, Mrs. Ella Patter sot; nament at Chicago last spring. Thus if Tipton can defeat them by such a large score it shows that they have no ordinary five but a five that will have to be reckoned with by the best teams in tV.e state such as Franklin, Anderson, Vincennes, Martinsville and Mun. cie. Besides winning from Lapel and Fairmount, Ind. He was foreman at sraaenis ccuP:eu me easl s.ue oi.ne . The second ha,f Engle Conductress, Mrs. Ethel Allred and gym, sitting ana yeuing wgetner, for Marion immediate Associate Conductress, Mrs. C. D. the Travis Glass Company's plant jhere, rJbw the Thatcher Manufactur- vancement of the interests of Fair-mount. Another thing was the sug-gestionthatl Kiwanis undertake a movement to have all of the roads leadirg to Fairmount "signed" with sign- wniie ine nnn section nau own sei , r. . - r. Adams. Durinf. the course of the ev- ly n 1 hi 111c up vftL, 1 ij iic iccuiiucu aside for the 200 Marion fans who : .tw- f in& company I with a nifty shot that again brought j Previous to his entry into -the glass had made reservations. But these m 1 j v. a 1 ; the score to a one point margin. Then order voted to take a ten dollar Tub- jWest Lafayette they have defeated erculosis Society Health Bond and i bsine8S Mn Frasier had taught : boards poirlSng tte way to Fairmount in Indiana and had Windfall, Arcadia, and Atlanta, more e were neu tore vi and Engiehart began a bom-crowd got m When they did arrive, ;bardment of long shots that were school two years than tripling! the score on each of the school authorities asked everybody phenamenal to say the least and in these opponents. Mrs. Stella Bu-ller Kelley, who is at the head o the movemeiA in Fair-mount, gave an interesting talk explaining the purpose of issuing the just a few minutes the score was Ma to stand, thus making room for more, and the crowd r 3od-natuiedly and The Academy team is in good shape and welcoming the tourist to the town. The matter of a community Christmas tree was takerl up and after a brief discussion it was voted that Ki-wanis head the project and that a real community Christmas be had ' thig bonds. for thebattle with the exception of Cecil, the Quaker's fighting forward, who may not be able to get in action rion 20, Fairmount 10. But Fair-mount was far from out of the running 'and the remainder of the game thouiih stubbornly contested saw taken a law course at the State Normal School, Marion, Ird., and his death Saturday occurred eight days after his fortieth birthday. Mr. Frazier was a member of the Friend's church, a Quaker organization, in Fairmount, which formerly was a Quaker settlement. During his residence in Clarksburg he had been a member of the McClellard without a protest stood. Then the packing process continued until there was not an available inch of space left, with the crowd even encroachng on 1 1: Al a I year. It was understood that the WAR MOTHERS BUY because of a sprained ankle received churches had signified a willingness T. B. HEALTH BOND. Fairmount slowly narrowing the mar- to co-operate in such a movement, and in the Elwood game. The team has been working hard this week and the At the December meeting of Fair- P"VnV TS , 'gin until it looked as if the "Wonder Marion had made reservations for ... ,v ... . . . , w j Five" might not walk off with a vic- 200. but Marion is much wrought up I. ,c w by centralizirg the effort to give every kiddie in Fairmount a joyful mount chapter of War Mothers, which was held Monday evening at the home players are showing up in fine shape with the determination to defeat Tip over the. Pspeet of the loss of the displayed. ths of Mrs. Edith Bevington on Sputh i&ie class, 01 uie rirstr ireyri.. last ten ton. To do this they know that they county and district tournaments, and Mill street, War Mother Mrs. Addie , church. minutes Fairmount scored 11 points, - 0 will have to play basket ball every j i, J it. a Winslow. Dresidine. it was voted to Fair- "r - 1 f r s .Awhile Marion scored but 4. minute and to play the best game of take a five dollar Tuberculosis Health the season. Tipton will no doubt re mount's hope for a victory was, however, cut short by the final whistle. Christmas accomplish- more than by divided and diversified effort. A committee was appointed to confer with the different church societies, and perfect a general organization, this committee to make a report at a special meeting of the committee to be held at The News office Friday afernoon at 2 o'clock. Bob Lindsay, of the Mayflower Market, offered to donate the ceive some unpleasant surprise3 when The Fairmount team played mighty they meet the Quakers and it should good ball and fought like tigers every be a battle throughout with neither minute of the time. However the lo team having a decided advantage. at juanon 10 sena sucn a crowa as could be used as an argument that Fairmount could not accommodate a tournament crowd, and that crowd earn, real fans and rough necks, too. Just before the game started and after all fcad been taken care of that could, a crowd of some 150 or 200 Markmites that had been howling outside, rushed the doors, breaking glass and hingps MASS MEETING AT FRIENDS CHURCH Mrs. Lulu Loveland Shepard to Speak om "The Mormon Menace" Friday Night Arrangements have been completed for a mass meeting to be held in the Friends church on Friday, December 16 at 7:30 p m., to be addressed by Mrs. Lulu Loveland Shepard, the The lineup will probably not be cal eye for the basket was below standard as was shown by the bom Bond. War Mother, Mrs. Addie Wirfalow, was appointed to represent the society at the state convention of War Mothers which will be held at Columbus soon. A very interesting, program consisting of music, talks and readings was giverf after which a real Christmas social time followed. A Christmas Box was opened and pre. sents were exchanged thereby causing much merriment. Delicious refreshments were served. known till the start of the game, if bardment of shots during each half Cecil is unable to start, his place will that went wild. The ..Marion shoot be fitted by Woods who showed up in in the last half was little less well in the Elwood fray and who is considered one of the best defensive even making a pretense of paying ad-,"111 Pmenal and this fact was Manof these took ,ir Ht won the victory for Manon. mission. Many of these took their men of the Academy squad. Mc "silver tongued orator of the Rockies." Emrlehart and Virus were the stars tree and the work for a big time for. everybody was started enthusiastically. ' ' The club voted to buy a $25 Tuberculosis society health bond and to sub- scribe for twerAy memberships in the Red Cross society. Will Morris, of Pendleton, wa8 the guest of his brother, Robt. A. Morris; and favored the club with some interesting facts as to how the community Christmas tree project is handled in places on the floor immediately under j ' iaieiy unaer . Combs will probably be back at his . - - . ... HTMf old forward position as well as Rich the north basket, and some of the bold-1"1 M , L 3. MOTHERS MEETING INTERESTING EVENT. at center. The defensive end of the er ones declared they were "there for tL ZZl "The Mormon Menace" will be the subject of her address. Mrs. Shepard is one of the best known women upon .the American platform and is regarded by many as America's foremost woman' speaker. She has been 1 liter, .r at 11c, ma uwuiugsnv.ui floor will be taken care of by Lamm, About forty ladies were present on business. While the school J each made twD from the field for . n - r(.ti. aaa -.a us authorities Scott and Brewer with Lamm at floorgiaard and either Scott or Brewer last Saturday afternoon at the Mothers Meethfe which was held at muiuib w 111 1 .j L.n l 1 it 1 auucu v. -u.- . . . , endeavoring to lase care or me crowu : ... mX Wfd with the heard in most of the great cities of Pendleton. v the high school and Academy students K..vt k.11 t hv the the home of Mrs. A. F. Dreyer on East Washington' street. The main feature of the afternoon was the ad maae trie waus ring wiu, u,r l3- locals even though the result was not Miss Mary' Arnold, a member of the . , . 11 1 1- V. the country and come8 here f romPitts. burgh, where she has been in attendance, at the annual convention of the Ms tf Anal Rjrfnrm A nsociat.inn. mAler uie anon crowu niuu a victory for Fairmount Pactkally nign gcnoOl lacuity, wnu nas uccii rerjf vim. Ana m tneir rooting was snown, of Markm bkets had to be dress which ws given by Mrs. J. C Coleman, wife of the pastor of the ill with typhoid fever at the home or a good,' sportsmanlike reeling 01 at the back guard position as both men are having a battle royal for this position, both men having about the same advantage. The reserve list will be made np of Wright; Harsh-barger and Lewis with any of the three ready for action. Fans should not miss this contest a, this will be the Academy's hardest game of the season and a win by Fair, mount over Tipton will set the Acad- Wesleyan Methodist church. Mrs. whose auspices Mrs. bnepard is speaK. rnenaiy rivalry, wnue me the efSciency of the local guards Mrs. Hardwick, is go much improved that she has dismissed her nurse who' ha8 returned to Indianapolis. Mis were generous m tnerr commen ubu, j, and Williams pUyed i the fine spirit shown by all of Fair- n,i,t ,mg, hn th mmbin Arnold's mother is still with her, and mount to make everything as pleasant ation of Qlfather, Payne and Hollings Coleman's talk was both interesting ingfc. - ... and helpful and made a deep impres-1 In view of the prominence of the sion'upon her hearers. A good musi- speaker and the interesting theme she cal program was furnished by local , is to discuss, it is thought by those in talent and a pleasant social time was ( charge that the church will be crowd-enjoyed after the program. - ed. - s . sne nopeg w- ue auie w iumo uu duties in he school room within a. and comtoriaDie as possune. worth, kept up a persistent offensive tne exception 01 uie unseemiy acwun j of that ptortion of the Marion crowd j emy basket ball stock soaring. vFans ICwaued on Fa Four) i , 1 T - " III ! ' v J -I

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