Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, April 30, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 30 1923
muti ul Grp Firodk
Triumphing in Vogue and
i Eacli;jiMsesseil;q that;- immiiahle charm
of niatfehial line and adornment thatchar-
aclerlzesl cery. Jennings drses. " 1 .
lie -.deep uneven collar
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richness of embroidery
The charm "of lace
Kill PASHA AND SEPP
WRESTLE HERE MONDAY
NIGHT OF NEXT WEEK
OAXAWAX riLUIFIOX ALSO ANX-
IOUS TO I'OJIK TO IHMMV.WOOl):
TOWS IS IX SPOTLIGHT.
The nevJuk versions-of Jthe ypked frock1
TUe smart vogue of pleats '.
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The grace! of drapes . ;.
fThft new color topaz :f
The exotic influence of oriental design.
htiful frocks of FJntf and; No'vcity
Crones exquisitely expressive r '
$19.50 to $69.50
. The Shop of Original Modes
Exclusive hut not Expensive
Sport fans and others who like good
clean sprt. were enthused this morn-
ing when Manager. McNeil of the Ath-
letic program of the American Legion
announced that he had completed ar-
rangements for a big wrestling bout
to he staged next-Monday night May
7 between Kali Pasha the Terrible
Turk and August Sepp of Kansas City
and that both men had just -wired they
would be hero ready for the fray when
the gong pounded to start the fun.
Kalil Paslia is now in Oklahoma City
and Sepp is in Kansas City The fact
that both these wrestlers are coming
to Brownwood a vast distance to
t-t.ge the bout indicates to what ex-
tent this city is getting in the- lfthe-
light.of publicity. It means more
than anything else that ' both men
know enough of Brownwood and the
sport fans here to feel that they will
be riven a strictly fair deal and that is
all they want each promising in turn
to do the square thing in every re-
spect. Manager McNeil stated today that
in his opinion this was going to be
one of the best bouts that: ever has
been staged here and there has been
quite a number as everybody knows;
The Kansas City man weighs ICS
pounds and this is about the weight of
Kalil Pasha. There will be some in
teresting athletic preliminaries be-
tween "Six Shooter" Copeland of Hold-
er and "Monk Caffcy" of . Jordan
Springs and this feature promise's to
be of a most peppery nature. -Fame
As a clean shorting center brown-
wood is getting in a central position
on the 'map of the United States. Man-
ager McNeil now has the following list
on bio string each of whom has heard
of Brownwood and in anxious "io come
liera: Adam Kreigor Lincoln Neb.;
Clarence Elliott Newton Kansas;
Zbyszko of Homer Louisiana; Henry
Karhunsaari. of Homer Louisiana;
Tommy Rascon- of El Paso Charles
McMillan of Herrington; Kansas;
Miko Yokel of Salt Lake City; Billy
WolXo Kansaa City Mo Emil Barb)la
of Manhattan Kansas and "perhaifs a
few others the list in this respect being-
constantly growing. --
Canadian Seeks l)atc.-
! Among the letters received today is
pile from Charlie Olson middleweight-
Champion wrestler of Canada; who is
5(f preheat at Bond Oregon. It might
lie stated-that Olson and Yokel both-
Htand fair chance of coining to.Brown-
wood following tile match between
Sepp and Ival il Pasha. Yokel - is In a
match at. Spencer Louisiana today.
. Another letter received today is from
the manager of it -wrestler in Louis-
iana the name of the wrestler being
Henry Nelson who says he will come
here and meet any man that is willing
to be thrown good and hard in the
middleweight' class. All these letters
are receiving proper attention from
Mr.. McNeil who. said today .that it
seems that the?Uupes of Wrestling
fcport fans at Brownwood was about to
be realized and that the time was com-
ing when Brownwood would be really i
the. wrestling center of Texas. The
picture of Henry Nelson which came
with the letter shows hhn to bo a hus.-
ky looking guy tipping the scales at
Scpp's 3Iuu vanities.
August Sepp 13 no spring chicken.
He's a well seasoned wrestler has met
-at "different times in hia career on the
mat Young Gotch Basanta Singh
.Alike Yokel Pete Buzokos Walter Ev-
ansf Cus Pappas Ad Sahtel Ira Dern
Tools Mondt and Wano Ketoncn Sepp
claims that he ban. never been defeat-
ed in the JfiS pound limit.
Y resiling News iS'ofcs.
In the Current Tssu'o of the Wrest-
ling News of Kansas City; Missouri
tap following items appear and will
be of inteacst to fans in. this part of
the country. The News says:
"Another good spot . Tor middle-
weights anxious to toiir the southwest
ia Brownwood -Texas. Kalil Pasha
the Ttir-k ir holding the toivu with
great success ami. is A good drawing
card. The Turk has won some tough
battles In Brownwood and is well
'"Guii. Kallio has broken into Colum-
bus Ohio. He -wrestles Billy Schober
there on April 2i; in a finish matcli.
Kajlfo claims- the welterweight cham-
The Bulletin has sent for a copy of
the- Columbus papers and will he able
to give the report on the Scjiober-
Kallio bout in a few days.
Folk games of different na-
tions will be played at North
Bfownwood's May Fete May
4th 6 p.m.
Picture framing. Mayo Studios.
A PIPE WRENCH
ias a thousand uses around the house such as repairing leaky hy-
. drants opening bottles repairing the washing machine and" law-ii
mower and "many others.
Weakley Watson-Miller Co.
PROGRAM FOH PURE FOOD
SHOW IS AN ELABORATE
AFFAIR SAY MANAGERS
WILL J1E 40 TO r0 BOOTHS: KlX(i
A2fl (ft'EEX TO BE CltlWXED
ihe Piire Food Show and Manufac-
rers Exposition will open at Brown
wood Monday morning. May 7 in the
lig building recently vacated by. J. I
King whisn he moved to his new place
r . of business next to Coggin National
B;ink on Baker street. The Pure Food
b'how wil be unique and new in this
section oje central Texas. It promises
to be of much larger volume aa;l of
much m)re importance than was at
first antijeJpated by those who have it
in charge. It is attracting attention
over a "wfifle area of country and it is
anticipated that hundreds of people
will be in attendance from towns at a
distance. At least one big metropoli-
tan dally paper has asked for an ad-
vance story and pictures and Wants in
addition j300 words by wire every day
while the show is in progress. The
Kmg.baflding will be fixed up in just
'the rigai way in order to accommo-
vaudatc the "booths for all the business
concern at home and at a distance
" that have asked for space. Carpenters
started prk today and will keep at It
until every booth "has been arranged
and all tother details in this respect
worked j3Ut. according to rules and
regulations which have been adopted.
ReaervaijiDns are still beinp sought by
letter arid Uy wire and it looks now as
if The fianctioH is going to be of an
cxceediBjgly large and comprehensive
(Funds (Jo to Church.
As has been stated the PUre Food
Show and Manufacturers Exposition
under! tlie auspices of the Woman's
. Missiomiry Society of the First Meth-
ojlist church which: is in course of
" Construction at Brownwood -and ev-
ery cent taken in will be dtproted to
1he church fund. Mrs. H. F- layes
"3s president of the society and Mrs.
.iTewell Johnson is secretary. The
qllowinjg committee is in charge of
the Purt? Food Show; Dr. M. W- Arm-
strong Mrs.-Karl Looney Mrs. Minnie
Blair Mrs. Fred S. Abney Mrs. J. W.
Malone. Jlrs.'IL F- Mayes. :
Klusf and Queen at 'icM.
The Iing and Queen will be crown-
ed a Hioward Payne auditorium at 8.
o'clock Monday night During the day
tiie Kinir huilding where the show will
be h(!ld will be devoted to various
features of an interesting program
and this will be announced in detail
in advance of the opening date. The
idontityof the queen of the 5how will
not be announced until she appears on
i the rostrum ready for coronation at
J Howard Payne. The public is given
a general invitation to witness this ln-
i terestinK and beautiful function. The
King of; the Pure Food Show has been
chosen and as stated is C. A McNeil.
From Howard Payne the royal pair
with thpir imperial retinue and court
attendants will proceed in state to the
King biiiilding where a throne will
"await their coming and where they
nvill reaeive the homage of their duti-
ful subjects. The march or proces-
sion from Howard Payne to the King
building will be headed by the li2nd
Infantry band in uniform. The king
and quen will be appropriately re-
ceived and entertained at the King.
- Jmilding where the show Js to be held.
' Evening Programs.
Tuesflay evening Daniel Baker Col-
lege will liave charge of the program.
Howard Payne College will be in
charge of the program. Wednesday eve-
ning. Thursday will be devoted to
Ihe Style Show in which many mer-
chants of Brownwood will he repre-
sented. Friday evening tie entertainment
will be in charge offtbe junior and
senior departments of the Brownwood
lUgh School under the direction of.
Mrs. W. C. Cox gad Mrs. John McCain j
Each afternoon beginning on 'Tues-!
day theFe will be a slibrt program be-!
ginning at 4 o'clock. Tuesday Wed-;
n?sday Thursday and Friday thp Bet-
t'$jr Babies contest will be one bl the t
interesting features.- Babies may be(
entered at any time up to the very last
rijijOiuent prenoiis to the opening (of the.
sow. Miss Florencp Jones Brown
county Red Cross dietitian will be in;
charge of this featuije aiwl the physi-
cjans of Brownwood taking turn' about'
frjom day io- day wjH be.qirestJht' to
iftake such examinations of hables as ;
may be necessary under the rules of
tlje contest.- . I ' ' j
-m. Culinary. 3)epartmenl. j
There will be an abundance ot
ijirigs cooked in jthe building for i
'lyjhich prizes will bej;offered such as'
dikes pies bread ' salads and other!
ii?Tto-t? T fiit -it Tin itt nncv
ihlatterlo obtain a gjootl meal at thejl
show am! nt a rpasfinahlft nripp' Tho!!
ccunary ueparment oms tair to oe
Otic of the most valuable features of i
t. . s in i
ifie org snow ann. wm cave io op seen i
to be fully aprpeciaed and thd com-i
nlfttee in charge is very anxious that'
thss fine feature as well as all others j
b0 given careful attention. t j
3t is estimated that there wll be
Something like .40 to 50 booths and .
ei'en this number may be exceeded. A
completed list of the exhibits and;
Prizes will probably be -ready for pub-
lication within the next day ojr two.
IAN NEW FLORIDA
AUTO DAf PARKS
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(By International News Servfrc.e )
TAMPA iFla. Ajiril "JO. Tamp
Grounds for the convenience of ino-
tj)r tourists vigitins Florida will be
Ideated on all main' roads leading"
fpom the north to the south within a
itery few' years-is plans of the1 Motor
Tourists Association are carr'ed out
f C. J. Brown who has btien jn
Stiarge of the tourist camp at De
voto Park is president of the asso-
dlation which he tatcs will-1 be in-
corporated under the laws of the
Sjtate of Illinois f .
f The association "is composed of
tpurists who come to FiorJdii e:u:h
pfear in automobiles and canip out-
doors during the y?iatcr months. Jt
Sjs planned to locajp tho proposed
kjainps about oho day's ouruey apart-
jjFlorida camps will be at Jackson-
tiuK uuHiuaviui: ameiy iiiiTpor
Jaraspta and 6fhcr;points.
! . JtKPOKT FOR APRIL 2&.
With an increase of 251 over tho
Previous Sunday on Sunday April 2S
the total Sunday school attenddnce for
SBrownwood was 2589.
Coggin Avenue Baptist 517
First Baptist l 4421
First Methodist 401
First Presbyterian ; 2n2
Central Methodist i -i;;Jv.2at
jFirst Christian ' 234
Austin Avenue Presbyterian j125
Church of Christ 114
tBello Plain Baptist '. 75
Johnson Memorial Methodist 58
tyalley View Methodist .... 5(1
Valley Vievv Baptist 39
jEdwards Street Presbyterian 25
rictaro Framing. Mayo Studios.
Everybody's going to the
iBIack FaceT Minstrel tonighf
Howard Payne Auditorium.
'Lots of fun.
Even in Series at
Lampasas Hi School
The Brownwood High School base
ball team -defeated the . Lampasas Hi
nine .last Friday by the score of 7 to
2. The ganle was fast with compar-
atively few errors for "a -muddy field.
.Macdgon pitched good ball for . the
Reds allowing jfour hits and strik-
ing out seven men.
On Saturday the Lampasas nine
broke the record held by the Brown-
wood High School When thy gave
them their .first" defeat of the season.
It was a 12 inning game and .'re-
sulted in Brownwood taking the
small end of a 5 to 4 score. C;.ntrell
and Gentry went the roiUc for the
Reds allowing cn'y thrc hi:-
striking out e'ght men
Brownwood will play Tolar for
Central Texas champlships Friday
Leipzig Fair Atrtaets ForeIg!ierji.
(By Associated Press.) .
LEIPZIG. . April 26. Official statis-
tics on the attendance at the annual
Leipzig spring fair show there was &
total of 1(56000 visitors surpassing the
record llgTiro of last year. Approxlr
mately 23500 of the visitors were foreigners.
Get ready for the big lot hale to ha
held soon one dollar down and one
Groceries. Melwood Grocery
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, April 30, 1923, newspaper, April 30, 1923; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth342704/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.