Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1928 Page: 4 of 11
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h . AT GOP MEET
> ASHING TON. June 2.--(>pV—
* 2* women of America, ebhati'.uttng
• ***■ cent o< the eligible elector-
I y10 ** represented at the 1934
Republican convention by leas thar
. # per cent of the delegates. Final
» . returns from all states except West
J * Virginia show a total of 64 Repub-
• v , wotnon delegates. In a total of
i 1089 “ compared to 120 with 111
»v eotes at Cleveland 4 years ago.
■ ^ Women alternates this year will
, ,t number 239. exclusive of West Vir-
ginia. as compared to 279 In 1924
i , This brings the number of women
• - who will have seats In the conven-
• » Uon hall up to 303. or about 15 per
» "nt of the total representation
- Four years ago 399 women were de-
• , legates or alternates. "
• *lthcu«h »veral states have cer
■ . tlfled a large number of women a.*
alternates Missouri having an al-
most wholly , leminine alternate
slate, fffteen states w .11 -send nr
wdmen delegates, and five states
• four territories and the District of
Onjambh' will send no women at
■ either delegates oi alemates
— - Thifc lafei fact does not represent a
change numerically since 1924. a
the same number of stale* and terrl-
, Unties sent only men to Cleveland
»it Ups year the states sending no
women are predominantly western
Montana. Nevada. Oregon, South
Dakota, to addition to South Caro-
lina. whereas In 1924 they were
chiefly southern. South Carolina
ana. Georgia. Alabama, to-
wlth Idaho^ ’
Why Young Women Enter Business
fTlHSRX la a great deal of discus-
•a. sion of the question. "Why do so
many young w« m. n seek to equip
themselves for positions In the busi-
ness world, where they will be In
active competition with men?” A
number of answers have been given,
most of them In conflict with each
other and none of them outlining
all the reasons that Impel young
women to choose business careers.
In a recent est>ay contest con-
ducted by the Commercial Depart-
ment of Howard Payne College, some
I in*cresting answers to t^iis question
were given. The first prise winner.
Miss Loyce Qwathmey. and Misa
Esther Prin®. were awarded hlgh-
| est honoris in the contest. Miss
Prince being unable to receive a
prize because her essay slightly ex-
ceeded the word-limit placed upon
the contest. Their essays are pre-
sented herewith, and contain in-
teresting arguments favoring the
choice of a business career by the
average young woman of today:
were employee by
turns to take down the sermons
bishops, the acta of councils, the I
lives of martyrs, etc. Tiros notes, j
m.ny olliTO-n who •emtarici |j» *“ |
The addition of adding tnaclilncs
and other dlvtcel to. use in the offlee
tequlres trained* operators.
For me. another great induce-
ment Is that I like the work: be-
ing connected with the struggle and
competition In the business world
would be of faaclnatlng Interest to
Although French. German. Ital- .
tan, and other mod err languages
have their shorthand systems, mod- J
cm shorthand is of Knijltsh origin.1(
Jit appears to date from the period
4t the Reformation, diaries Dick-
SjMStojess “ .r £
the world by taking parliamentary
proceedings and ix>l itlca.1 sprechc.;
in shorthand, preparing reports lor
BY LOYCE GWATHMEY
Since. I graduated, lrom high
school. I have been giving consid-
erable thought to my life work. I
can not. consider this lightly, be-
cause of limited financial condi-
to meet and sftudy. The1 different
characteristics and personalities of
the people coming In the office and
learning how t* deal with the press. Over five hundred pro-
ITer axvd" strlvmx: to hold them.! Jessed ry51*™5 have been advanced
Sharacter And Ifesponsl y. and other Englirh^sr^aklng coun
character and ipspoiistbillty
velops business efficiency.
BY ESTHER PRINCE
My first ! reason for taking a com-
mercial criurser Is that a course of
this sort Will Open a new world to,
me.’ This is a commercial age. Move-
ments of gigantic proportions are
are going on all about us in the
i business world* A knowledge of the
subjects taught In the commercial
rourse is essential, if one would even
begin to understand what is goin?
on in the business world.
A commercial course is helpful to
everyone. Take first the ytoung lady
who wishes Itf enter the busint-js
world. Practically aU young women
AUSTIN. Jane 3.—\JPi~Submit*
ttag the speclatde of a wife and
•!« children sgid to be in need. Roy
McNeely. sentenced to taro year:
, from Lubbock county for burglary,
was granted a general parole Satur-
day by order of Oovemor Moody. *
h.id a course^ in commcijcial worl:.
Therefore, why should hot every
girl take u commercial couruc?
, Next, take ttic young man enter-
ing the busineas world. Many young
men start in busiitess as bookkeep-
ers in some large store. They need
a commercial course iu order to re
a successful bookkeeper. Bo. why
should not cfery boy take a com-
mercial1' cour«e? 1
Everyone, even though he has no
AUTXUIL, France. June 2. —OT'i
—Helen Wills advanced to the semi-
final round of the International
Hard Court champtonah.ps today
by defeating Rollin Couqurrque.
’ ‘ Walker-Smith Company vs. Paiilj]
M- V. Pierson suit on aecount. June 1.
McGaugh and Parroch. attorneys
r ' [
The smallest French election prr-
- Ti* tewt Is Omes, with three voters.
B-'fore the war It had 370 voting
* reMdents.T .
tion.v I had thought of going to
work pow but the question arose Lntcr butlilriila, a stenographer of
in my mind whether thus would bv'|j._ornc dt script ton. They cannot be
the most profitable in the long run. I a stciiograplier Unless tiiey have
I decided that it would not be*. *
Would it be more prolitaole to Un-
to spend four years in college, oi
to spend nine pionths in taking a
commercial coarse? Alter consid-
ering the matter lor several days.
I decided upon the commercial
course. There arc sevcial advant-
ages to both the literary and thr
commercial work, but m my case
the advantages in favor of the com-
mercial wotk outweigh ttiosc for the
’In the first diacr. M niuah better
salaiy can bo obtained. One might
be compelled to start with a low
salary hut after some experience
has bred obtained the salary is
nearly always raised. If one show!
interest and ability iu the work he
will advance rapidly. There ip al-
ways the hope and possibility of be-
ing -Liken in as a partner or. after
one has learned a business, to be-
come independent in a new estab-
lishment of your own. If one do*r.
not care to take this step, the high
secretarial positions are very prof-
itable from the commercial point of
view, and have pleasant working
conditions also. There Is only one.
and poss^Sly two or three persons
to please, while in some work the
general public must be considered.
If one’s work Is satisfactory there
necessity of changing every
earsv,or months. In fact. In
the business office the longer’ ope
stays the more efficient he become-,
and the higher he will advance. J
At present there Is a greater
mand fpr well trained »t£i
phers. bookkeepers, and srrrdta
than ever before. Especially is this
true in where there axe so
tries. The most i debated of these
systems Is that rif an Engli«:i school-
master. Isaac £jtm vn, published in
1837 under Che title of "Stenogra-
Is not all this interesting? The
other subjects in ti cojimercial
course are Just as interesting and
one greatly enjoys studying them.
Since I have I chosen an occupa-
tion that rwnni a knowledge . of
.commercial work.. because T really
desire to master the subjt-cU offer-
ed in a commercial course. |md for
the above reasons also. I consider
it very imjiortant that I take a
HOW TO REDUCE
Rah Gently and Upward Toward
the Heart As Blood in 'Veins *
Flows That Hay
Mkny i>rople have become'1 de-
.siv-ndrnt b«-cnu.ie they liavx- been led
to tyrlieve thxit there la no reniedy
occupation, has some bttdMU I'y Hiati will reduce swollen veins and
which hr nuiji attend. A oommer-1 bunches.
cial course would be of beneflt to 1 if k‘t. a Iwo-ounce origi-
anyone since this Is true. My fath- j «>al bottle of Moone'a EiperaJd Oil
er took a commercial course while ' 'full strength! ut any Ifuwt-class 1
in school mill l have heard him I drug store am: apply it night and!
say frequently that his year's work I morning as directed you will milck-
In Uie comdlriTiat course was -the If notice an improvement which wilt'
best and most profitable year of his t Continue until thr veins and bunches
life. . "J ' * . ? [are frdyeeti to ttormal.
Another rdaM.n for taking a com* ! Moona’s Emerald oil u .a tiann-j
mcretal course Is that It Is very k-ss. yeti mort powerful germicide!
interesting. Of course, some hard »»d t*b minces last a very kuie
study U required, but it is all so j tune. Indeed, ao powerful is Kmer-
Interesting that one does not mind. ; aid Oil that, okt chronic sores am!
Take, for ekain|>ie. the history jbt ^ ulcers are often rntitely liealcd and ^
shorthand. . i'•/; | anyone wlto is disapfiotnted with ILsJ
Shorthand was practiced by Um lur<* c*n their money refunded
Greeks and-Remans. The earlie.f, Camp-Dell Ding Co., .veils lots of it.
positive mention of Greek short- ■■■» J J <Adv.»
hand, dates from tbe aoqQOd centurj --_ ( |
The earlicsj actual specinens datej. Bauy Chicks at Reduced
-from th* tanth century. They a.-e pr:rM Rrnwnwdexl U,»rk
pre.served at Pari;, and m the Bnt-1 DrOWnWOOd Match
ish Museum. .Shorthand was tauglu fry,.Phone 1893.
at an early date in the schools oil 4--— *•---
Rome. A Greek servant of CJcero rslsrr* in Inwn
invented a new system of Latin, ™?8t place in town.
:hicrthand in which to make notes' where: At n^C s Butiness
of his masjrj letters and orations College, of course. Phone
T he .shorthand system of Tiro, thr- ® ’
invaluable : scribe, continued to be j 1148. 197c
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the tires De Luxe—which liclU v/orld's records for mileage. !Wc cupply the service.
Here.servicerr.tm<"r-. thafle . wl Irt ppl k howair mil :•••;;« U I ir.g? to yvj.
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• QIJA&ITX AND SBSIVtfiE AT
T tikes quality to
miles built-in at
On Firestone Corner
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Woodland Heights—60 Lots
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We are sorry that we Were unable to finish the Sale on Friday but the hard rain prevented. We want to thank all the good folks who
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waited so patiently for us to continue. Brownwood needed this rain and it will be very beneficial to this community.
BE SURE AND COME OUT MONDAY AFTERNOON.
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TERMS—Va CASH-BAL. 1-2-3 YEARS. SENSIBLE BUILDING RESTRICTIONS.
The Same Attractive Features Will Be Offered
Globe Auction Co.
Col J M. Baden, Auctioneer
Carpenter & Wood
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White, James C. Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1928, newspaper, June 2, 1928; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1128223/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Brownwood Public Library.