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February 13, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS The Pairmount iNews ACADEMY AWAITS TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS IN FAIRMOUNT A DECADE AGO AS TOLD BY THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS, AND GLEANED FROM THE FILES OF THE PAPER FOR PRESENT DAY REMINISCENT READERS. ore ivMJiea. ge Are You Getting H M M M H H M H M M M Published on Mondays and Thursdays A. S. ROBERT, Editor and Publisher. ! Minnie McLueas Roberts, Associate. Office: Main 25 Res., Black 382-1 TELEPHONES I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year $1-50 Six months .$0 (Outside Indiana.) One year $2.00 Six months 1-25 All subscriptions payable strictly in advance; paper discountir.ued at expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. :. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Fairmount, Ind., un- der the Act of Congress of March 8, 18 Hiffh Schools Reclassified (Continued from Page One) 1 ; I j Some car owners are not getting the Tire Mileage that is due them. The following rules will help you solve your tire problems: When buying tires, seek quality rather than price. Do . not use a substitute for air in pneumatic tires. When you buy gas, see if your tires need inflating. As good oil saves engine wear, so does true wheel alio nment save tire wear. Stop your car without using your breaks when possible. Watch the cuts and breaks in your tires as carefully as you do your engine, as this will save you worry, time and expense. E.O.Ellis Auto Supply Co. BAKER'S SQUAD "FIGHTING FIVE" PREPARED TO GIVE SUMMITVILLE TEAM A REAL BATTLE Game Friday Night on the' Academy Gym Floor Promises to be a Thriller from Start to Finish Mith the Quakers Determined to Take the Long End of the Score. A battle royal is expected next the Academy i Wednesday night at gym when the Summitville high ! school net five stacks up against the 1 Academy basketeers. are that this game will Indications ' be a real : j thriller, if not the best game of the season, as both are old rivals. Both teams are in good shape and anxious for a decisive win over their opponent. The Academy quintet handed Summitville a close defeat at Summitville early in the season, but reports from the rival town are that they have a much stronger team at the present time and are expecting to take the lonci end of the score. I The "Fighting Five," after losing i 1 ,f- , ' , , to the Greetown five last Wednesday, , " 1 vmv are determined to make a comeback and are expecting to repeat their early season feat. The main trouble in the Greentown game was the lack of defense, the Academy players i 1 1 1 i Thursday morning James L. Brad- ford, postmaster, sent in his resigna- tion as postmaster, and late last night word was received that Congressman Steele had recommended the appoint- ment of Evan Ferreo, the present de- j puty, as postmaster, to fill out the un- expired term of Mr. Bradford. William D. Friend and Myrtle A. Winans were united in marriage by Rev. H. C. Smith, Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. Friend is an em- ploye of the Chicago Pipe Line com- panv anj js weii known, having lived - , - i w 7-n rmr cirxr Tor several vears married one of the most estimable i young ladies of this community. They will make Fairmount their home, cor-I ner of Sth and Mill streets. James F. Life of this city filed a .complaint in the circuit court yester-! day asking for the issuance of an in-' iunetion aeainst the Fairmount Min- ing of the well would damage his property and jeopardize the lives of himself and family. Charles T. Par- ker js attorney for the plaintiff. The basket supper held at the Back Creek school house two miles north of town, given by Murton Woollen in connection with the Fairmount Athletic association Monday night was a financial success and there was a large . ,ti,llQ1w,V omxcA in attendance. The contest for the prettiest girl was raot..ro f tVo orormfr n1 I Miss Edna Overman was given the toilet set which was an elegant set. j combined sums of the contest amounted to $49.50. A large crowd at the Y. M. C. A. sub.uct m which the pupil is prepar- jncr company and the St. Mary's Tor-ing to take the examination. The ap- pedo company preventing them from proval of the tutor by the certifying shooting an oil or pas well on the superintendent shall in all cases be re- ', property adjacent to that owned by quired. j him. Judge Paulus granted a tern- First semester subjects in all four porary restraining order and set the years' of high school work are offered ' hearing of the case for next Friday, in July and second semester subjects: The plaintiff alleges that the shoot- loaving too much of the guarding to cure two. "Tiny" Brewer, back guard, who was j In the second half the Academy five unable to break up the Greentown opened up and showed some real bas-three man offense by himself. The ket iAt connecting with five field local quintet has been working on goals while their opponents were only this weakness and when they clash aDle to secure a field marker and two with Summitville this fault will prob- fouls. Alexandria scored a field gpal ably not be seen. ' in each half. .Summitville has won the majority ; Ratliff at floor guard was the of their last several games and shows bright light for Fairmount, the flashy a noticeable improvement in each con- little floor guard putting up both a test. Their showing, in the last few tlever defense and offense. Edwards games has made the Anderson sport at center looked the best for Alex-writers set up. and take notice and andria, he being the mainstay of the are looked upon by them as strong team. contenders for the district champion- , prof. J. O. James, former principal ship to be played in Anderson next Gf Fairmount Academy, is coaching month. the Alexandria team, and much credit The Summitville quintet will prob- should be given him for the showing ably be handicapped to some extent he has made in such a short time, by the absence of Winslow, star for-j Lineup and summary: in all four vears' work are offered in August, under the new rules. A grade of 75 is passing. All applicants should secure from the county super- intendent a qualification blank to be submitted with the manuscript. INCOME TAX FACTS " t The new requirement of the income . tax law that returns shall be made of gros income of $5,000 or more re- ! gardless cf the amount of net income upon which the tax is assessed, neces- ! sitates careful computation on the! nart of the taxpaver. "Gross income includes practically every dollar re- j ceived by the taxpayer during the year j 1921 in salaries, wages, commissions, j rents, royalties, interest on bank de- j po?its, cash dividends on stock, "or in- J ... ... ...... o iv.rt rlidf ortaror ' ' "Net income" is gross income less certain deductions provided for by the act, including all business expenses incurred in the conduct of a business, ; trade, profession, or vocation. Certain expenditures, however, are not deductible as a business expense when made for the purchase of articles more cr less permanent in character, or for permanent improvement of property. For example, a merchant would not be allowed to deduct the amount expended in the erection of a new store, or a farmer the cost of a new tractor or thrashing machine, since such investments are held to be cnnital investments. i The law; "Man-Woman-Marriage," Vast Motion Picture Is Announced j word. Winslow has been seriously ill the past two weeks at his home in this city and has been unable to par- ticipate in the last few games. Though his loss will be felt, Coach Baker has a good reserve list to pick from. Neither lineup is known definitely ! and probably will not be known till ! the start of the contest. Summitville will probably start Price and Lat i chaw at forward, Woodruff at center, and Hopps guard. Your Portion? STORAGE BATTERIES Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Pbor.e 226 to talk to our new appraisers. More over valuations: Zim Payne residence worth cash, $2,500; valued. $3,225. Nathan Pierce residence, worth cash, $800; valued at, $1,230. A. TAXPAYER. Miss Vanessa Payne, who submitted to an operation for appendicitis recently at the Grant county hospital, was brought to her home Sunday and is recuperating nicely. TWO DAYS at ROYAL Th eat re Thursduy and Friday A Mighty Milestone in Motion Pictures ALLEN HOLUBAITS Drama-Eternal, Starring Dorothy Phillips The greatest love story of the Ages told in the tears of a slave-girl in pagan courts; in the cry of a pprgcous Amazon; in the smiles of a mediaeval bride; and in the heart-throbs of the women of today, fighting for Mother-Right in a world of Man-pillage. Thousand of Players Horses Wild Animals Wonderful Scenes 9 BIG REELS q A First National Attraction Buttermilk - Solid Buttermilk, and prices. Please Marion Quaker boys with a score of 19 to 6. The Fairmount team was quicker and showed more practice than the Marion team, and although the individual iwork of the Queen City boys was good, it takes team work to win. S. W. Knight of Vincennes Sunday with his family here. ?pent Charles T. Parker was in Anderson Saturday on legal business. Rev. J. W. Seek ins went to Warren Friday and remained over bunday. Miss Ida Lloyd was the guest of lady friends in Alexandria Friday. Ralph Brown has gione to Matthews to work in the window glass factory. ., . . . . The Fairmount Mining company are , -- tU u dnlliner a cas well on the rear of the Friends church lot. Will Taylor and Mrs. Oskie Gray have sold their property on Walnut street and Mrs. Gray will build a new house in the south part of town. Mrs. Isabelle Pretlow is reported to be very ill. Mrs. Pretlow formerly lived at Dublin. She now resides with her daughters in this city. S. T. Waite, living east of Jones-boro, is reported to be very sick. An old-fashioned taffy-pulling was given at the home of Miss Mabel Min-nick on North Main street Friday night for a crowd of girl friends. A pleasant evening was reported present were: MSsses Dottie Those Wins low, Kittie Patterson, Hazel Fletcher, LeBelle Carter, Julia and Elsie Light- ber, Edith Flynn and Hazel Hayworth. Hude Dyscm and wife spent Sunday with Elmer Stookey and wife. and as humiliating as ever the bars of an Oriental harem interposed between Woman and her rightful development. Holubar has his own ideas as to how the strife between the Male and the Female of the species ought to be composed, and he does not hesitate-to state it in terms of dramatic situations; but acceptation of the theories may be granted or withheld by the picture-patron without interfering in in the least with the thrill and tug and vigor of the real, vital drama of the play. INDICTMENTS RETURNED AGAINST FAIRMOUNT BOYS The Delaware county grand jury has returned indictments on the charge of robbery against Cecil Payne, Ray McKinley and Alva Lynch, the three Fairmount men. who were arrested charged with holding up and robbing, the proprietor of a grocery store at Wheeling, Delaware county. The three men have been in the Dela- ware county jail in Muncie since their arrest. The court fixed the amount of the bonds at St.&OO each. Mrs, Nellie Buck and family entertained at Sunday dinner, Rev., Roland of Anderson, Misses Bobbie Weyler, Leonie Day and Mrs. Blanche Horine and son Wright. 10 INormandv omgrers m w The next number in the series of musical entertainments under the auspices of the Order of Eastern S,tar and the Masons will be given on Thursday hight of this week in the high school auditorium, when the Normandy Singers will be the attraction. This is a men's singing company of distinction featuring a spe ciat arrangement of the solos and choruses from "The Chimes of Normandy." This company comes most highly recommend ed, and it is said the entertainment given by them is one of an unusual high order of merit. All of the pre ceeding humbers given in this course during) the winter have been of much merit and music lovers of Fairmount are Unanimous in their praise of the efforts of the Eastern Star and the Masons to bring to Fairmount attrac tions that are worthy of the most lib eral patronage. The entertainments have all drawn full houses, and it is predicted that the Normandy Singers will not prove an exception. The Kiwanis club, which was to gym last evening saw the team badly defeated by the I' The Academy lineup is more un "wards 1, Substitutions: Fnirmount .certain than Summitville's. There Smith for Cohort, Brookshire for will probably be some changes, as "Woods, Woollen for Garner. Alexan-' Coach JoneS is trying to hit on the'dria Morrison for Landsdorfer, right combination. The probable Thurston for Parker. lineup will be made up of Cecil, Ed- -' able to connect with three points. while Alexandria was only able to se- j Fairmount, 13 Alexandria, 6 Cohort Landsdorfer Woods J. Edwards Forwards Garner P. Edwards j Center i Ratliff Conboy Hook Parker j Guards . Field goals Smith 3. Ratliff 1, Co- . lHrt 1, P. Edwards 1, Morrison 1. Koul goals Ratliff, 2 out 3; Cohort, 1 out I; Landsdorfer, 1, and P. Ed- Letters to the Editor MORE ABOUT TAXATION Editor The News: It seems hard to explain why most men seem to have two personalities, public and private. 1'ersonally a man having surplus funds on hand would apply them to meet future needs, and thereby economize; but usually that same man in public office, and having a surplus of public funds on hand, will proceed to find some new line of expense to absorb the funds, instead of applying them to future needs, and thereby economize for the public. Instance, the $72,000 surplus in our county treasury. It should be used to lighten the tax burdens of the fu- turef but our officials Beem to believe in taking no thought for the future, No doubt it will have all sunk out of piKnt poon aml nothing to show for it exccpt some ruined pike, like we now have in the east part of town. How 1 lnF1 we stand for this kind of extravagance? is a public trust, an official snap? It is a good time now Semi-Solid expressly prohibits the deduction of j tion picture critics. family or living expenses, such as rent j Some idea of the magnitude of the for a dwelling, repairs to a dwelling, j task of making this drama can be cost of food and clothing for the j formed from the authoritative state-family, education of children, serv- ; ment that over four hundred thousand Allen Holubar Presents Dramatic Theme of Mother-Right and Woman's Strife Through All Ages Manager Ferguson, of the Royal Theatre, announces the booking of the drama eternal, 'Man-Woman-Marriage." to be shown at the Royal on Thursday and Friday of this week. This super-production is said to mark the last word in richness of presentation and investiture. That it will nrove the screen sensation of - - - 1922 is predicted by the leading mo- feet of film went into its construction Batteries of cameras were directed on some of the massive scenes, yet the completed film is in only nine reels. In other words, the film was boiled down to less than two per cent. of the total length "shot." This means that scene after scene of start -! ling beauty and dramatic piquancy fiashes on the screen in tense sequence. The action, or, tempo, as the picture producers call it, is breathtaking in its effect. Dorothy Phillips one of the few great emotional stars of the screen, is starred in "Man-Woman-Marriage tt was produced by Allen Holubar, is presented by Albert A. Kaufman and released by Associated First National Pictures. Inc. Sub-titled "The Love Woman' this intimate exposition of social relations of man and woman promises to set tongues to wagging over never settled questions. Holubar brings to his dramatic argument the force bl historic truth, lie renders biology popular and finds romance in the Neolithic Agte. As a personified beauty, Woman dances through the entire plot, passing gracefully from age to age and ever returning to the present to continue the plot's supreme purpose of entertainment. An excited world Is revealed in the third period of the story j society as it has - developed (or descended) In social circles Is pitilessly stripped to four view. Its pretentions and Its masque are shown to be just what they are. Truth has hever gone fur ther than Holubar has taken It In this relentless disclosure of the passion and follies of a world Into which the steps of Woman are directed by an ambitious, proud and faithless husband. The slavery of Woman to Man Is shouted against with alt the energy of n passionate soul, and that slavery is shown to be as complete i wauls ana iMcLomhs, lorwarus; Kicli and Lewis, center; Woods, Scott. Rat , liif and Brewer, guards. Ratliff, a member of the second team a great part of the season, is showing! up ex I ceptionally well in his few chances : on the varsity in practice. Ratliff is onlv a first term sophomore and with a litle more experience should make some real opposition for a regular berth. The curtain raiser for the evening should also result in a teal battle, as the second teams of both schools will stack up against each other. Both of these teams are evenly matched. The Academy second team journey i p" i whcre Alexandria Friday evening they defeated the Alexandria ! first teanb 13 to G, in a hotly played 4 The Alexandria team has just been recently organized and made a credit ably showing considering their lack of experience. The first half was hard fought with the Academy being r r to Be Kiwanis Guests - fraaii&ms xamvmotr nave held its regular meeting evening, postponed the meeting until Thursday evening in order that the gentlemen of the Normandy Singers company might be the puests of the club. The invitation was extended to the singers some time ago, and upon receipt of their acceptance the date of the meeting was changed and arrangements made to make this meeting one of especial interest. At the conclusion of the supper and meeting the members of the Kiwanis club will attend the concert in a body. I J " wiii- iii-iii in vwm ii wwwbiwJ : i this ant's wages, and similar items. Amounts spent during the year 1921 for any of these items are not deductible. Grant Cuuntv News In Brief Resolutions endorsing the candidacy of Hon. Bernard Bobbs Shively, of Marion, for the Democratic nomination for United States senator, in the May primary, was the outstanding! j feature of a meeting of the eleventh district Democratic county chairman and Democratic workers held in Marion last Thursday. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Fj. Crum, who died Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Ella Wright at Jonesboro, were held Friday afternoon from the residence (of Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Crum was 80 years old, and the only surviving near relative is Mrs. L. J. Benge of Marion. After having been away from the Grant county orphans home for more than 24 hours, where they took their leave without permission, Dwight Yaw, 15, Lavon Hale, 13, and Raymond Alman, 10, were picked up in Warren by the town marshal and returned to the Grant county probation officer who returned them to the home. Mrs. Lena Holliday continues seriously ill at her home on South Main street. The following Falrmounters were among the Marion visitors Saturday t Mrs. Ed Itollingsworth Mrs, Glenn Henley, Mrs. John Flanagan, Mrs, Will Jones and Miss Cornelia Mc Combs. ; Is just pure creamery Buttermilk with the water removed to the consistency of lard. Buttermilk is the BEST FEED ON THE MARKET FOR HOGS, to supplement with your grain rations for rapid and economical pains. It is also an IDEAL FEED FOR LAYING HENS AND BABY CHICKS. Cut out the Coupon below and Mail to Danville Buttermilk Co., Danville, 111. I am interested in Semi mail sample and literature Name... Address

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