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February 6, 1922

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1 FAIMMOTQ.NT NEW PRINTED FOR A PURPOSE TO HELP FAIRMOUNT GROW TWICE A WEEK Monday and Thursday. SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTY FIRST ALWAYS. Forty-Fifth Year FA1RMOUNT, INDIANA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1922 Number 1 Independents "EIGHTING FIVE" CULP ENDEAVORS TO HOLD PATENTS Basket Ball Fills The Card For Week oi Big Games Here Divorce Mill Grinds Grist Four Husbands Separated From Their Wives and One Wife Taken From Her Spouse Four New Suits Filed COUNTY TOURNAMENT TO START FRIDAY IN HIGH SCHOOL GYM. CONTINUING OYER SATURDAY WITH FINALS TO DETERMINE COUNTY CHAMPIONS ON SATURDAY NIGHT ACADEMY MOYES UP G ME WITH GREENTOWN TO WEDNESDAY SO AS NOT TO INTERFER WITH THE TOURNAMENT GAMES FAIRMOUNT TEAMS ALL ON WINNING STREAKS MARION'S C. of C. BUNCH . I Friday was an unlucky day for j four husbands and one wife in Grant j county. It was divorce day in the i Grant superior court, and after hear- ingj Judge Murray separate four husbands from their wives, and took one wife away from her husband. The following cases were heard and ';.,.. ,.. i Divorce ?500 aijmonv anj 55 per c,,rr,,,rt mnTx- ..mnto.! Vera N j following the hearing of evidence in her suit for divorce from Harry jay. Failure to provide was tfce principle ground for the action, though Mrs. Jay further testified htp vllshand ri.rs.d hPr and that h had be,n evi,. of a felony. She was nted the custodv of their two i That her husband drank, and on one I INDEPENDENT'S WALLOP The stage for the annual Grant rountv basket ball tournament is rapidly being: set and prospects now seem bright for one of the most suc cessful tourneys ever held in the county. Interest in the coming event is in- creasing rapidly as the time draws j near and a large crowd of enthusiastic j rooters is expected to pack the splen- , did new Fairmount high school gym, j at each of the four sessions, the first j two of which come on Friday, Feb. 10, while the final sessions come on Sat urday, Feb. 11. The entries from all the teams par- ticipating are now all in as well as : the certmea 11st 01 ten engine riaj-j ers from each school. According to : the rules of the association, eight j players are to be chosen on the open- ing day of the tournament, from this list of ten already certified. These ' . - .... . , 1 eight will constsitute the players re-. presenting their school. Prof. Edgar L. Morpfcet o f Foir. " " mount, secretary of the Grant Coun- ty Ir.ter-Scholastic association, this morning gave out for publication the list of certified men submitted by each school and placed on file with him. This list is as follows: j Gas City High School Lester West, Brinley Lewis. Rus - - sell Berry, Francis McCormick, Thorn- as Malay, Wilbur Ludlaw, Gould. Bernard Richard. George Harold I ' i were portions of the testimony given indebtedness of the concern. jby Carmine D. Liebert in connection? J- W- CulP' who originally was with her suit for divorce from Rov with the Tlba company of Hunting-1 Liebert. The Plaintiff further chartr- ton and who organized the Telbax Hollinpsworth, Payne and Olfather . did the scoring for Fairmount, Hoi- llingrsworth made five, Payne four, and , Olfather two, from the field, while ; Payne dropped in four foul goals out of six attempts. Fairmounfs guards, Williams, Flanagan and Leer, forced Green- town to shoot far out on the floor, all , playing a very consistent game. . Freeman and Zircle were the out standing players on the visiting team. Lineup and summary: Fairmount Fayne Greentown Hollingsworth Olfather Flanagan v'U!iams Forwards Centers Weirman Freeman ' Gunrds -Fairmount Hollings- Field grcals- worth 5. Payne 4, Olfather 2. Green- 1 1- . Ar " -t 1 .town; t-ircse o, r ni'inasi .'in . j Foul goals Fairmount : Payne, 4 out ;cf Greentown: Freeman, 1 out of Substitution Craw for Flanagan, : icr for Craw. Scorer: Hackney; Timer: C Fowler; Referee: Parker. FAIRMOUNT SECONDS viv - it SWFFTSFR While the Fairmount high school's ! first team was giving Greentown a ceumg ot tr.e srr.au weetser gjm, re able to come home with the ba- ; con to tne tune 01 10 in The Sweetser seconds outweighed ' the Fairmount five but were unable to cope wit n tne speea ana team wor of the locals. The first half ended 13 to 8 in favor of Fairmount. At the opening of the second session the score soon was closer, sweetser counting eany in tne ihaif and for some time it looked as though the game would be close. 4tnough the game would be close. ! Symore . McCoy : j ; . , : i j : , Braithwait and Thomas Herd. , oeaung at r .mnouin, r.e r,? sen Jonesboro High School tfm ,waS rd.ea,,5l UI Orville Clark, Miles Barton, Robert ame braTJd of to the Sw- Bly. Kcmit Heuck. Gcorr? Iim?,;JtT sefor,uS wWceUcr. James McXeover. Charles Jay, Wil- The reserves showed a world of liam Burns, Robert Harper, and Rich- spoed and team work and although a-d S'ock handicapped by the extremely low SETS UP CLAIM IN COURT THAT HE NEVER RELINQUISHED HIS RIGHTS IN THEM Says that Fairmount Company Only Had Privilege of Manufacturing His "Telbax" Cards Without Royalty Investigation by Court into Methods of Promoter to be Made. Investigation of the ownership of certain patents and copyrights under which the Telbax Playing Card corporation of Fairmount, was to operate, was the principal event of the investigation of affairs of the Telbax concern, held Friday afternoon in the superior court. The Telbax corporation was put in the hands of a receiver recently, and since that time liens and claims against the property of the concern have taken up much of its property and machinery, Stockholders were depending on the . value ot copyrights and patents, wnicn they thought they had. to meet the corporation at Fairmount, asserted be- , fore the court when on the wtnss j staTut tnat ne never naa soia tne rair mount concern his patents, but had merely sold them the right to manu- fnftnro nndfr .his natents without cost. Further investigation of the affairs j of the concern will be set for a later j date, at which time many of the j stockholders are expected to be pres- ent in court to listen to the unfold- ing of affairs of the playing card corporation. ALL DAY MEETING IN FRIENDS CHURCH Home Missionary Society Enjoys Social Time With Pot Luck Dinner and Program The Home Missionary Society of the Friends church held an all day meet ing Thursday in the church. The j hours from 11 until 2 were devoted to a social time and at the noon hour a splendid pot luck dinner was en joyed in the basement of the church. At 0 o'clock the work of the society ' taken uo current business trans- acted and the missionary lesson given by Miss Dorothy Luther. A special ,,,, u.r- , trin bv Mi song number was a trio Lem-a Bogue, Mrs. Myrtle Winslow Mrs. Stewart Myra Baldwin. Mrs. Van Horn Mrs. J. P. S,eale. Janet McCrea Mrs. Otto Morris. Colleee friends of Janet Mrs. ' Frank Riggs, Mrs. C. L. Pemberton, 'Mrs. T. L. Reeves, President of the Ladies Culture Qub Mrs. Layton Nolder. Mrs. Van Derwitt Jones Miss Mary Ellis. It was a clever little play with a strong plea for missionary work and I r v rknrrh tjmcrbt hv Mrs. Ella Patterson, of which Mfiss Jenkins is a member, entertained for her Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs. A. F. iTJreyer on East Washington street of unexpected happeningjs took place which had to be overcome, causing Miss Jenkins to feel like a real sea- -1. - . ' soned tourist and able to cope wun ed her husband had failed to provide for her. She was granted a divorce 'and the restortion of her maiden name Carmine Caskev. . . o 1 1.1 uiaic c.'jiii.ivr iiieu sun icr ui- vorce from Raymond S. Spangler, in the superior court, charging that her. husband failed to provide for her and that he constantly associated with other women. Mrs. Spangler further charged that her husband was in the habit of cursing her, and using of- fensive language when talking to her. That her husband would not work ar.d failed to provide for her, was the ,substance of tertimony eiven bv ; Quackenbush in her suit fori divorce from Orville Quackenbush. ' They lived together only one month,! aCcordmg to the statements made by the plaintiff. A decree of divorce and j restoration of the maiden name, Nellie j Fox, was granted. Because it was alleged his wife con- stantly cursed him and told him she did not want to live with him, Curtis i . uaiuiitr was grameu a y. Gardner was granted a divorce iirom wosie uaraner. me couple was married on July 6, 1894, and separ- ated February 9, 1921 v. narges mat ne associated witn ( other women were brought against Because her husband did not provide for her, it was said, Lulu E. Hale was g,ranted a divorce from Harry W. Hale. Although they were married in January, 1921, they did not live to - gether until September, Mrs. Hale i testified. Divorce, pending payment of the costs, and custody of a minor child was granted the plaintiff. Abandonment and failure to provide j ; j Wallop Marion Much Touted Chamber of Commerce Team Goes Down in Defeat on Local H. S. Floor in Fast Game In what local fans declared to be the best basket ball contest witnessed in Fairmount this season, the highly touted Marion Chamber of Commerce net five went down to defeat by a 40 to 21 score before the strong Fair-mount Independent team Friday night on the higih school gym floor. Fairmount showed Marion that Fairmount still can play basket ball and that it is not impossible to defeat Marion. Except for the first four minutes when Marion was leading Fairmount, they did not have a chance for a win, as the Fairmount crew had everything their own way, having the ball in their possesion three-fourths of the time. Marion was helpless against the strong attack of the locals who played a good, steady game throughout, never exerting their full strength to win. The Fairmount Independent team has just been recently organized and this was their firsts game. The team is made up of former high school and academy stars. For Fairmount, all played a good game, snowing some ciassy Dastvet ball. For Marion, Heiser and Bell were the best. The score at half time was 22 to 11 in favor of the locals. The Fairmount quintet is arranging grimes with other fast independent teams of the state such as the Hartford City A. A.'s, Ehvood Nash and Bluffton Phi Delts. Summary and lineup: Fairmount, 40 Marion, 21 Haisley Fowler Jones, Smith Mittank Weyler Garter, Heiser Wall, Bragg Forwards Rosk Center Bell Musser Guards Field goals Fowler 7, Jones 4, Mit-tank 3, Haisley 2, Smith 2, Weyler 1, Heiser 4, Bragg 3, Bell 2. Foul poals Smith 2, Heiser 2, Bragg 2. Referee Parker. BUSINESS GIRLS HAVE I ENJOYABLE MEETING ! Regular Session Arranged as a Fare- j well Party to Miss Estella Jenkins With Special Program About twenty-five members were present at the meeting of the Business Girls Club which was held Friday evening in the club room over the Fairmount State Bank. Miss Estella Jenkins, who leaves Tuesday for California, is a member of the club and the party was arranged especially in her honor, and just prior to adjournment she was presented with a valuable gift by the club. Misses j Bertha Leming, Miss Vern Hardwick j and SMiss Bonnie Kimes were in charge of the party which was a most delightful affair. The valentine idea was carried out in the decorations, strings of red hearts being used profusely, while the tables were lighted with red candles and red crepe paper aided in making the scene quite festive. The supper was pot-luck and was served early, after which a short business session took place and then the evening was turned over to a merry time when games and contests were the order of the evening, Misses Maude Briles, Blanche Harshbarger and Hattie Monohan capturing the prizes. CREAMERY FIELDMAN'S SHORT COURSE FEB. 13-18. Plans are complete for the fourth annual dairy and creamery fieldman's short course to be held at Purdue university Feb. 13 to 18, and already a number of men connected with the dairy business of the state have enrolled. Eaeh creamery in Indiana is expected to have a representative at this course, which has been of great assistance to creamerymen who are trying to improve the quality of but ter, milk, and cream. The course of study this year lays special emphasis on methods to improve the quality of these products. In addition, however, those taking the work will be given some instruction in dairy catty judging, feeding and other problems of interest to the actual producer. . Mrs. Lydia Briles of Anderson spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Briles and daughter at their home on South Sycamore street. i 1 1 J j I i , j j TAKES IN SWAYZEE ACADEMY QUINTET NOW DETERMINED TO MAKE GREENTOWN ITS FOURTH VICTIM Game Moved up to Wednesday from Friday in Order not to Conflict with Tournament Games Swayzee's Five Completely Swamped by Onslaughts of the Fairmount Team. After trouncing Swayzee 41 to 7, the f Academy basket ball five is all set for the fast Greentown H. S. five at the Academy gym on Wednesday night. In one of the early games of the season Greentown defeated the "Fighting Five" in a hard fought overtime game at Greentown and the Academy is out for revenge. This game was scheduled to be played on Friday night, the 10th, but has been moved up to Wednesday night the 8th, so as not to interfere with the Grant county tournament at the high school gym., in any way. Greentown has a strong aggregation this year, one that has been taking all comers and generally taking the long end of the score. In fact Greentown fans claim it to be the best five that ever represented Greentown high school and Greentown has turned out some fairly good teams in the past. Local fans will also get a chance to see the two Greentown mid get forwards, termed by sport experts as being the fastest pair of forwards in this section of the state. The Academy quintet should be in excellent shape for this battle and they are determined to make it their fourth straight victory. The last three victims have been Elwood, Wind fall and Swayzee. This game should also giive the district tournament dopsters a little more stuff, as Greentown will prob- ablv be one of the fives entered at Marion. In a curtain raiser for the evening jthe Academy freshmen will meet the Greentown second team. This game will start at 7:30 with the big game !at 8:30. , Coach Jones and his "Fighting Five" invaded S,vayzee Friday evening where they locked horns with the Swayzee high school net five and brought home the long end of the score with 41 to Swayzee's 7. The Fairmount Academy crew had every thing their own way except for the first five minutes when Swayzee tried to put up some opposition and for the first five minutes Fairmount was only able to connect with two baskets. After this the Academy bombarded the basket at will. When the Academy players started their offensive game they showed championship form by the way they worked the ball down the floor for short shots, followed by one of the Blue and White players dropping a neat one in from center. This kind of a game was kept up throughout and though Fairmount used numerous substitutes, Swayzee did not have a chance at any time during the fray. All of the Fairmount players showed up well with no special outstanding star as each man played his position in excellent form, both their defense and offense working in good style. "Tiny" Brewer, regular back guard, was not able to make the trip because of illness, but his place was well taken care of by Scott, who let Swayzee have only a few short shots at the basket. For Swayzee, M. Marshal played well. Lineup and summary: Academy, 41 Swayzee, 7 Cecil M. Marshal McCombs . Clark Forwards Rich Woods Scott Gallbreath Centers G. Marshall Malston Guards Field gioals Cecil 3, McCombs 6, Rich 7, Woods 3, Lewis 1, M. Marshall 1, Baker 1. Foul goals Cecil 1, Mais-- ton 1, Gallbreath and M. Marshall 1. Substitution Edwards for Cecil, Cecil for Edwards, Lewis for Rich, Rich for Lewis, Lamm for Scott, Scott for Lamm, Lamm for Scott, Baker for Clark, Peterson for G. Marshall,. Clark- for Baker, G. Marshall for Peterson. ' Prof. Otto T. Hamilton attended a meeting of the public school superintendents in Indianapolis last week. Sweeter High School Richard McGraw, Don Rhonemus, Charles Malott. Burvis Anderson, , WiHAnl Lake. Frevi Brinkcr, Glenn Owings, Frank Williamson, Donald Foltz, and Franklin Shoat. Swayzee High school Dan Clark, Dean Hardesty. Myron Marshall. Glen Marshall, Karl Mals-ton. Claude Galbreath, John Melton, tred BarKer. uienn reuruu Wayne Hannah. Matthews Ilig.h School t'aul lawvere, iee r unrau, Oxley, Herbert Beuoy, Gail Gaelbury Byron Wright, Palmer Carmen neth Williams, Donald iawvere ana l Karl Martini. Van Buren High School Theodore Ballard, Lance Sparks, Rufus Rumple, Kenneth Nelson, Ar- thur Boyer, Ralph Duncan, Brainard Losure and Minor Stimax. Fairmount High School n -i irr -11: ....... V. TaVii T -, Kay ' Ken" J Ellis T. Stout m a divorce proceeding and Mrs wnson Hunt, after which a ! In the last five minutes of play, ! filed by Martha Stout. Mrs. Stout mj9Sionary playlet entitled "Two Mas-clbury, Fairmount got together and using ; asks divorce, custody of two children ters was presented by the following : first team formations on Sweetser an an order for support money. !cast: j Ellis T. Stout in a divorce proceeding -j jjrs Wilson Hunt after which a Garold Olfather, Adm Flanagan, Ray- a mond Craw, Harry Williams, Joe Pick- , markers, ard, Stewart Bosley, Charles Pickard 1 f ' nd Hubert Leer. ,sb?? nd ,Y . v"r TI ' V" Dick Hale of Daleville and Johnl11 defense that hM Sweetser are the charges brought by Kate the different characters were imper-Phillips in her suit for divorce filed sonated in a manner to emphasise the against Erret Phillips. The couple' need. was married on Dec. 24, 1890, and j after living together for almost FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN twenty-eight years, Mrs. Phillips "MISS ESTELLA JENKINS, claims her husband deserted her and 1 in compliment to Miss Estella Jen-made no provision for her support. jtin9t who leaves this week for Cali-She asks divorce and the custody of fornia. the Sunday school class of the one child. UPLAND THEATRE BOUGHT BY OWNERS OF ROYAL. Geo. W. Ferguson & Son, who re- t throug.h their defense for eight field goals putting the game on ice. Sweetser was bewildeered by the ' semistJ.ninffn method used by the j Fairmount lads and let them get j throuph for fieW after field goal in nr.A ssuecession. Bosley, Fairmount's flashy forward, ,as 10 oniy an occasional ciose snou Comer substituted for Briles, play ing a fast game. C Pickard played his usual fast floor game, feeding his running mate, Bosley, the ball from all angles of the floor. For Sweetser, Shoat and Peterson did most of the scoring. Shoat dropping in five pretty field markers. Lineup and summary: Fairmount Bosley Sweetser Renmaker Peterson Kendall Shoat Miller a Pickard ' Forwards Briles, Comer Centers Osborn Wilbern Guards Field goals Fairmount: Bosley 10, Briles 4, C Pickard 1. Sweetser: Shoat 5, Peterson 2, Kendall 1. Foul goals Fairmount, 1 out of 2 attempts; Sweetser, 0 out of 1 attempt. Scorer, Wilbern; Referee, Bell. Relatives have received word that Mrs. Emma Roush, wife of L. F. Roush, died Tuesday morning at her home in Detroit, death being due to an attack of influenza. Mrs. Roush formerly lived in Fairmount and was the daughter of the late Robert Hasting) and wife. Burial was made in Detroit Friday afternoon. Miller of Anderson are the men select- ed to officiate at the tourney. EUck&nd Gdkf Whip Warren and Greentown Saturday evening, Fairmount high school defeated Greentown high school in the Fairmount high school ym- 26 to 15. The game was the last game to be played on the local floor before the big Grant county tournament which will be held in the high school gym Friday and Saturday of this week. The game was noticeably slow at times, due much to the fact that the Black and Gold five had journeyed to Warren on Friday evening and having defeated Warren in a hard game by a 37 to 28 score, were not in good condition for a fast game. Another reason for the slowness of the game is attributed to the fact that Greentown played a strictly defensive game, never following up their shots. When the first half ended the score boards showed 8 to 8. At the beginning of the second period Fairmount came back determined -to win and added more speed and within the first few seconds broke the tie and from that time on there was no doubt as to the outcome. cently purchased the Royal theatre Those assisting Mrs. Dreyer on the here, removing from Valpariaso to entertainment committee were Mes-Fairmount, have just closed a deal dames Clyde Lewis, Hort Ribble, Vie-whereby they become owners of the tor Selby and Bert Kelley. It was a Upland theatre, and are now in pre-valentine party and the valentine charge. Since coming to Fairmount idea was carried out in the decora-Messrs. Fergnson have made many'tions, games and "refreshments. A improvements in the local picture merry diversion was a mock trip to house, and are giving their patrons California, Miss Jenkins and five the best to be seen on the screen, j others comprising the party taking They will conduct their Upland house Ihe trip and needless to say all kinds along the same lines, in connection with the Fairmount theatre. Isaiah Jav has been confineA to his home for more than a week with a any1 circumstance which may arise on serious attack of influenza and dur-, her western trip. ing that thne Mr. Jay has been com-j - pelted to close his furniture store. Mrs. Will Jones spent Saturday and He is reported as being able to be up Sunday in Indianapolis with her hus-today and expects to agpin be at his band who is slowly recuperating from place of business within a short time, a recent operation.

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