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January 23, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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Tlin FAIRMOUNT NEWS The i airmount News HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Lagro Referee Defeats Academy (Continued from Page One) That moans that the legislation enacted by Congress is, in fact, the will of the people written into law. It is unfortunately true that certain other papers in the United States PuHishcd o- Mordv and Thursdays (By Margaret Taylor) Lavena S.miley was absent from school Friday because of illness. permit themselves to make ill-consid- ? McComha scored two basketes each i A . S. ROBERTS Fditer and Publisher, itirrie Mo! aas Roberts, Associate. Royal Theatre Show Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Saturday Matinee 2:30. Every Night 7:00 and 8:30 Office: Main 265 Res-, Black SS2-1 TELEPHONES ered reflections upon Congress similar during this half. to that quoted from the Washington The second half was also nip and Herald. Oid they but realize it, theyjtuck unlj lne iast few minutes when are attacking directly our form of j tne Academy team palled ahead with government, and giving aid and en-1 tilo FUn finding the final score in eouragomont to the various evil fore-! favor of Fairmount 20 to 15. In this es within our borders who are bent half MeCombs opened up wiih three wrecking the Constitution and sub-! fiovj mavkers and Rich and Cecil one The following program was given by the orchestra at convocation Friday morning: "The Triumph March," from opera "Aida." "Robei't, the Devil," selection from opera. "The Barcorole," taken from Tales SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1 Within Indiana.) One year $1.30 Six months 'A (Outside Indiana.) One rear $2.00 stituiirg a radical regime more or less cacn i .-f TT.fTnmn was fivn bv both chorus similar to the Russian order. The i Refer,e Parker, of Fairmount. did-!.i r ; tx i ivi uiviriia . . 1.25 i people tn the United Mates nave ai ' worfe. Six month? . by Rubenstein. "Melody in F, strictly ways ruled ard always will rule The p or Fairmount, Brewer showed up All subscriptions payable in alxance; paper diseountinued at; present Congress is of their own exceptionally well at back guard, "Patriotic Overture," by Bowman. The story of each selection was given by Miss Arnold after which the selection was presented. expiration oi suoscripuou . lwvxsin.-. an future tonirresses will ! i m,- i,i ,,t fri,. .n ,.,.i. Tuesday, January 24th Charles Ray instSght'ed A story that pets urder your skin, races throuph your blood, beats in your heart like a hammer. Charles Ray, with his infinite sway over human emotions from the heights to the dep hi? and back agrain. You'll be mighty glad you came. less renewal is received prior to ex- ' , . , jat? j oe j cover. aicuomos was rne nign point tf r.raurn There is no surer way to lower the i man of the evening, with 10 points to Rich substituting for Ce- The girls baskei ball team practiced ,-oa game, nut was oit , i rutay evening, i tans ior infer Entered as second-class matter at stjmdard of the body that makes our his credit. z Mi mir",s gx l$7j. the people the idea that the present , on hitting th :.M,M. II- . II.. mi I II - mu t - . . . . , a tile basket, as was Edwards. class panics are being made. These Congress is a "fool Congress,' and Cecil, despite injuries received the ( games will be played in the near Hot ti nes are ahead in Washington. ! that a radical change is necessary, night before, scored S points before future, no definite date having been Mr. Fervor is now a member of the ' Congressmen and senators today are j he was benched because of four per-' set. , ...... ' (MiMn !---or anJ liini5S men enol rMili W.,' jf flrttir miai-il ! Thursday, January 26th rior.orarie senate. i , ...--... ....v. - - , trvw. w...-. ..v-v.., ..v.. r The basket ball team practiced who have sufficiently gained tJie res- also showed up well playing a con- 1 y M F distant game. j Thursday evening, preparatory to tne For Elwood, John scored three from , Pendleton game Friday. ranK oyO Trail" If a'! other moans fail, we may still j pet t and esteem of their fellow men to stir rr are--her s r over who started 'win an eleecion to Washington. There the last one. jean be no change except for the the field and East played a good floor worse. Spencer (W. a.) Times- Re- game, also. The II. S. and Pendleton teams were guests at a luncheon by the vocation- And Century Comedy "Tin Cans" If the world would stop moving, for , ... ... cord. Line-up and summary: of us might be able to ial girls after the game Friday eve Elwood 15 Fairmount 20 ov.'.e .-..I tt wtv. force Taylor University Making Progress There is a subdued whisper of the j short skirt going out of style. There is not enough left to attract attention. ! ning, j The students of the commercial classes had their pictures taken for the annual, Friday morning. Hubert Leer was absent from school Friday. j Cecil, Rich Cray Edwards East ; Forwards ! McCombs, Lewis Dunlap j Center I Woods John i Brewer Green . . j T?i ev-rviVe man listens wkh a Tpland Institution Receiving Many MRS. CLAUD HUSTON HOSTESS TO W. C T. U. Mrs. Claud Huston was hostess to the Women's Christian Temperance Union on Friday afternoon at her home on South Du-'Icye street. The Voluntary Offers of Aid to Help I The following is announced as the tiV-err.l devreo of skepticism when Washington announces that readjusted covr.rer.sition is to become an actuality by March. He remembers, ?n the b-'ttomess of national necleet. inrougn inmcuii onuaium i Guards r , , For Fairmount: Cecil, 3; Mc- Taylor university is battling, as are. Comb 5 Woo j Fou, poala. many other American cclleges, for its ; (.ji . from the 'east of characters for the "Minister's" scripture lesson was read FOR SALE ! Honeymoon" to be given in the near Sfith chapter of Isaiah by Mrs. John , -:t .omothinff m. -f.. current expenses during the present For Elwood: Gray, 1; East 1; Dun- Dave, followed by discussion, after future: Daisy Margaret Taylor. fective than smooth promises to win tanciai situation, nut is coming out 1; John 3 Foul poals; Grjiy 1; ' which prayer was offered by Rev. Brown, (Minister) .lack Bonner. i the war. .strong ana is rvce.xmK vu i.y... j Durlap l . . many places, voiuntariy, tor assist- NOT "A FOOL CONGRESS" FOR SALE A splendid five-acre farm, well located north of Sum-mitville. Suitable for garden, fine fruit; good six room house, other buildings. Address Box 75, Sum-mitville, Ind. FAIRMOUNT" FLOUR wholesale at the mill door. Fairmount Flour Mills. ance. A mistaken impression developed in of a slump and defeated the fast ; Sweetser team IS to 16 in a fest, well i BCT FOOL CRITICISM 1 rri. 1 I Believing that the American form ' a statement published last week from Uncle Alex Roy John. Sarah Jane Hazel Smith. Sally Ann Phyliss Cooper. Spangles Reginald Parrill. Simpkins Victor Love. Seth Terkins Kenneth John. Mrs. Jones Maude Corbin. Sweeney. The secretary's report and reading of the minutes of the previous meeting were piven by Mrs. Char, les Harshbarger, followed by a splendid paper on Americanization by Mrs. Lea MeTurnan. The meeting was then addressed by Rev. Sweeney who p'.ayexi contest. l nis game was piay- oi government is ir.e nest m tne Hartford City, "that . laylor university : as a curtain raiser to the Academy-world and that those who assail ic are had appealed to the residents of , Elwood game. giving encouragement to radicals, we Blackford county for a loan of $2,500 ! take exception to the following .edi- to assist the university in completing SUMMITVILLE MIDGETS Evangeline Lavina Smiley. spoke on Sabbath Observance. Among FOR SALE For Rent, For Sale. No Hunting cards for sale at The News office. AT ACADEMY WEDNESDAY torial utterance of the Washington the present year. Herald: j Taylor received an offer from the "The conference is doing well. How business men of Blackford county to r. o mi l.- , , , i , T . , otner tnings nev. oweeney sam: The Summitville high school Mid- Havworth, Llora Brown, Lois Fank- , "The eovernment of the people and WANTED get basket ball team will meet the i boner. .,, . by the people will not rise to any higher civilization than the people." ( WANTED Butchering, 75 cents per The address proved to be an inspira- ! hundred pounds. Phone Red 1711. tion to the members of the Union and WANTED To buy property, close in. Mrs. Sallie Hollingsworth. would it do to let it legislate for the negotiate such a loan, but the ofcr Academy freshmen quintet Wednes-J United States in he place of a fool was pure'y voluntary." Several of thtrjday night at the Academy gym in i Congress?" ; surrounding counties have offered t jwhat should be an interesting basket J If the Sixty-seventh Congress is a conduct campaigns in behalf of Tay-jball contest. The Academy freshmen j fool Congress then every other Cong- ior, to carry the current expense ac-' team has recently been organized and ress has been a fool Congress, our cej'int until the financial camp-iign j this will be their first game with an government is a fool government, and the college was under way. The ' outside school. Both teams have j the people are fools for using their scnool does not have many large en- been practicing hard for the past two i I Grant County News In Brief- was listened to with close attention. Following the closing of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. A -irt-r!il1rtri still wnc fnnnil hv the : Will Jnnpq. rotes to clothe with power the indin- dowments at the present time and -weeks in preparation for this game duals who compose the Congress. A maturally feels the present financial j and with both teams being evenly review of what the Sixty-seventh Con-'situation keenly. However, the school i matched, the outcome is doubtful. WANTED TO HEAR All the latest news. Apply The News office or 'phone 265. WANTED To buy some oats straw, call phone 46. A. A. Ulrey & Co. LOST LOST somewhere between Rigdon and Fairmount, Ladies' large gray bearskin coat wich brown fur collar. has more than doubled its enrollment j The lineup of the Academy freshmen Marion police Monday night in a raid ' ; on the home of Kenneth Hamilton, in MRS MATT IE LANGS DON South Washington street, in the heart ( ENTERTAINS S. S. CLASS, of one of the best residential districts I Mrs. Mattie Langsdon entertained of the city, Hamilton, who is 23 years r Sunday school class Friday eve-of age and married, told the police he at her home on South Main had onlv sold one quart of corn whis- .street, A pot luck supper was the k?v in Marion, having sold most of his , r-in feature of the party and games T,rn,lnt in Anderson. ! arid U5c added to the evening's en- gross accomplished before the adjournment of the first session on November 2: is sufficient refutation of the scandalous remark of the Herald. One hundred and thirty-isx laws were enacted in the six months of the first session, and scores of others are pending in various stages of legisla- under Dr. Taylor, is building a $100,- j may not be known till the night of 000 dormitory, an immense heating j the game, but will probably be made plant, and is planning extensive im-, up from the following men: Morrish, provements, which will make it one of ; Mann and Smithon. forwards; Gather the finest schools of the kind in this and Little, centers; Tetrick, Prine, part of the country. -Among its Mason and Scott, griards. The game I Call Roscoe Stookey. MISCELLANEOUS i joyment. The guests included Treva I : strongest supporters are men high in will start at 7:30 o'clock. The Marion lodge, Knights of Py- Parker, May Salvers, Mary Seright, I tion, ready to be taken up when the the life of the nation, including none thias, now claims a membership of Iavena Smiley, Vada Downing, Edith ,.. .v .. .... inner inan am enmnSS or an. bounty DasKet Ball 1 OUfney more than one thousand. impoitart bills eraeteri into law are Mr. Bmn became an ardent booster! . i WANTED Will pay above market price for milling wheat. Call phone 46. A. A. Ulrey & Co. Bevington Martha Bevington Ruth Weaver, Margaret Taylor, Hazel Smich, Alice Ramsey and Gladys Smith. as follows: internal revenue act, bur- for Taylor several months ag.o, after' f Continued frm Patre One- get r.ct, emergency tariiT extension rieeting the president, and is giving ' " act. peace resolution, Veteran's bur- ,hi active aid to th sohool. j weighed the Fairmount quintet, but PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. The Upland commercial club is endeavoring to secure for that town the W. A. Vanllorn tractor factory, now at Big Rapids. Mich., but which is looking for a new location. cau ac, immigration act, ar.u-wer lav iir iinivT-siT- ic nn tin or mit t 1 ic .f"!'.','r,v' frrr;i h" net. mry'hs outffro its qUai.icrs until there j hc Work' welL Line-up and summary: ; an-l army appropriation act, gram , js 5catve!r room to turn and many I futures act, packer's control act, war Eprlioatjons for entrance have been ! Fairmount: Lasler and Huston, f i. t . . T : . 1. j The Gas City fire department is be M FAR RS lir.ar.ee acncuaurr.i loan act, wWtftl. !wa,K of h larV of fa4.H !ljn,s' u-.i.l uu ing equipped with smoke masks and 000,000 state highways aid act, ma-t- row.er, guaras; eer ana ror, cha,-n hse supporters. ! substitutes. ! ternity act. shipping board act, export j , aid act, cable control act, Indian bur- ' p pM, !... r?. j Marion: Shrader and Overman.j 'forwards: Basham, center; Linville t J 'J LOOK HERE! eau ret, j This program of legislation was prepared and enacted inte law by Busy Sometim S ind Sachse, guards; Addingiton and Rev. M. E. Barrett spent Saturday - Moore, substitutes. ! A three weeks revival meeting will begin in the Jonesboro M. E. church tonight, under the direction of Rev. Edgar Moore, the pastor. Miss Thelma Atkinson, of Upland, will have charge of the singing. congressmen and senators each indivi- in Chicago on business. "Squire" is i Field goals schrader 2, Overman 3, Lafler 1, Huston 2, Barrick 1. Foul goals Barrick 4. Mrs. Isabelle Renbarger, aged 69, a life long resident of Pleasant town. PAUL M'VICKER HEADS J EFFERSO WN TP. UNIT At the regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson township agricultural association which was held at the i ship, and well known throughout the county, died Thursday morning at the jhorne of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. i Priest, in Marion. Funeral was held dual of whom was selected and sent to j a very busy man these days. He mo-Washington by the popular rote of j tored to Fairmount Monday evening, bis constituency. Students of demo- j where he was the principal speaker cratic government the world over have ! at the Kiwanis dinner at 7 o'clock, pronounced the American system of j going from there to Sweetser, arriv-tion anu another man sent to Wash- ; ing in time to give an evangelistic ington who will do their bidding. ' sermon at the Methodist church, and popular elections the most nearly per- 1 arrived at his home here the same feet that human ingenuity can con- evening in time to be counted among triv. Every member of the House : "those present" at the W. C T. U. of Representatives and of the Senate j reception which was given at his knows perfectly well that if he does , home. And "Squire" still had enough Rot guide his actions and rotes ac- "pep" left to do it all over agsain the cording to the will of the majority of next day, for he drove to Sweetser the people whom he represents he will j Tuesday evening to fill another en-be retired from office at the next elec- gagement. Community Courier. A Meeting of Fairmcunt Township Farmers Will be Held on Wednesday, January 25th In the basement of the Fairmount State Bank, the meeting to begin promptly at 1 o'clock, at which time J. G. COVERT, State Organizer for the Farmers Federation, will be present and address the farmers on matters of vital interest at this time to every one. Everyone Invited, Whether Members of the Federation or Not. Come and Benefit. M. P. , . Saturday afternoon from the noon, Paul Mcv icker, who has served ' . . T , . . church at i Jalapa, Interment in Maple Grove cemetery. as chairman of the association for the past year, was re-elected, and Philip Dunn was chosen as secretary and treasurer. Plans for the membership meeting which will be held at the It is expected that women will shortly be appointed to foreign missions by the Czecho-Solvakia government. I town hall next Thursday afternoon! were made. i The Three Graces 1 By Charles bughroe - i MJCKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL giEM Stti cue HAVJK SMUGGLE JTiTo feW IB0 X MVrf UWIMER,,-! KIKlt SHE VAKVje) -m, Gar vaawusp last we MuoX m Pi Lr A rTG m3'WlFm S vqkuvu, r- . I TOO MUCH OF A, TVGUT-VJAD MR. 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