Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 203, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 10, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 10 1922
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READY FOR PR03COTIOX.
(Edgar A. Guest)
fThere's going to be a vacancy above
you later on
Some day you'll find the foreman or
t the superintendent gone.
And are you growing big enough
Jiben this shall be the case
Tg "quit tjfcj post you're holding now
and step into his place?
you do the -work you have to do with
ease from day to day
But are you getting ready to deserve
the larger pay
it there -should come a vacancy with
. bigger tasks to do.
Could you step in and fill the place If
it were ocered you?
Tomorrow s not so far away nor is
the goal you seek
Today you should be training for the
work you'll do next "week
The bigger job is just ahead each day
some new change brings
Suppose that post were vacant now
could you take charge of
Ifs not enough to know enough to
hold your place today
It's -not enough to do enough to earn
your weekly pay
Some day there'll be a vacancy with
greater tasks to do
Will you be read' for the place when
It shall fall to you?
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
"Wesley Bible class will meet in the
Ihostess house. This .meeting was post-
poned from last Thursday on account
of the death of Mr.D- K. itenfro.
"Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. G.
LiN'as will be hostess to the Wednes-
day Bridge Club at 3:30 o'clock.
Wednesday afternoon Miss Grady
"Vinsoa will be hostess to the Self
Thursday Misses Bess and Edna
Mackey Williamson will be hostesses
Sto the Mariposa Club.
Miss Lucile Haskew a bride" of the
month was named .the guest of honor
on Thursday afternoon when Miss
Cleo Moreman entertained most de-
lightfully at the home of her sister
Mrs. O. B. Stanley
The beautiful bridal tones of pink
and white were featured throughout
the hospitality wrought In floral
(touches in rose buds nasturtiums'
sweet peas and 2ehias.
Music added to the pleasures of the
guests who busied themselves in
hemming and' embroidering emblems
on tea towels. In a' close
contest lr handiwork Miss Eu
jlale KUgpre was presented i
hand painted olive dish which she
graciously presented to Miss Haskew
who also receked the set of tea
towels. A knock on the door was
sounded and a stately little express
man' Rex Nixon dressed in pink and
white and wearing the usual express
cap called for Miss Haskew to whom
he "was directed and before whom ne
drew a pink and white decorated ex
press wagon laden with daintilv tied
gifts from the assembled guests.
A dainty refreshment plate brick
Ire cream and cake also Tetlected the
thosen color motif.
Enjoying the afternoon were: ..Mis-
nes Lucile Haskew Eulale Kilgore
(Gladys Neel Juel Ray. Lucile Neel
Mcile Moore. Ernestine Maedgen
Nealle Moore Gall Maedgen Annie
Shelton Kathleen Bailey Helen
iJorsett Osee Maedgen Madge
Hiinney. Willie Bell Wasson Sadie
IJorsett Eulis Xewton and Eula
directed the proceedings of the
morninp. A report of tne past years
work showed many accomplishments
and offered! much encouragement for
a more progressive work during tne
coming yeai. Various ways and means
of making money were discussed and
a Lyric benefit was planned for next
Wednesday -when the members and
friends were requested to co-operate
and make it a decided success. Mrs
M. P. Crowtier was received as a new
member. The attendance was larger
than usual Qnd the enthusiasm' keener.
the Auxiliary will not disband but
will continue to hold the regular
monthly meetings during the summer
.Mr. and ftlrs. W. T. Fisher chaper-
oned and w'ere hosts to a swimming
party given Thursday night at the
Brownwood Hot Wells in honor of
Mrs Fisher's sister Miss Gladys
Thomson ofdierokee. After the swim
a delightful and refreshing lunch was
enjoyed. Twelve guests were in-
cluded in the party.
An Approaching Wedding
Many Brownwood friends as well as
friends over (the state have received the
following invitation: I
Mr. arift Mrs. Paul Maedgen
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
.Ernestine Anita I
Mni Harvey E. Fisher ;
on Thursday morning June fifteenth
nineteen hundred and twenty-two
' at "nine thirty o'clock
First Methodist Church .
the splendid and capable supervisor
of the Art Department assisted the
members of the art classes in receiv-
ing the guests and in exhibiting the
excellent work. Beautiful garden
flowers were again vased in this
room which reflected the beauty of
the work Along the walls were ele-
gant paintings in water colors and in
oil and especially admired was the
forest fire a reproduction from the
famous -$40000 masterpiece. " In the
china paintings in the naturalistic
and conventional dinner' sets vases
and pitchers were featured. The class
has made a specialty of luster sets
and some handsome sets were shown
In i green rose colored and orange.!
This exhibit was most beautiful and
wap a credit to Brownwood.
A frozen ice was served during the
afternoon from a bowl nested in vines
and garden flowers.
-Miss Lyda Grosham entertained
with one of the prettiest parties of
early June on Saturday afternoon
honoring Miss Ernestine Maedgen.
the ever pleasing pink arid green
color combination was. again admired
oii this occasion when handsome gar
den flowers featuring the zenias and
sweet peas- were clustered about the
prcjttily appointed game rooms. In
i . i A i . . i- ... . .....
dish fell to Miss Felicia Remington
who in turn presented it to the
The dainty saad and ice refresh-
ment plate carried a rose shaped
mint cup on the handle of -which a
pink heart was suspended which her-
alded the surprise of -.the afternoon:
"Ernestine- Maedgen Harvey tF. Fish
ery June fifteenth.
Enjoying this delightfully afternoon
hosnitalitv were: Misses Ernestine
Maedgen EHfe Honea Juel Ray
Kathleen Bailey Lucile Neel Virginia
Bell Mary Honea Adelle. Ray Lois
Neel Viona Lawson Cleo Moreman.
Yera Staton Gail Maedgen. Mary
3fiss Culpepper to Marry.
Brownwood friends and admirers of j Maedgen
Rev. Burke Culpepper have received
invitations i to the marriage pf his
daughter. Jhe invitations read:
itey. and .Mrs. uurKe Culpepper
request tile honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter'
. . 1 Katharine '-
an Wednesday the fourteenth day of
one thousand nine hundred land
at five pfclock in the afternoon
Madison Heights Methodist CJburch
en Felicia' Remington and Ostie
Honoring Irs. Paulns.
Mrs. S. E. Paul us of Nogales Ariz.
formerly Miss Helen Murphey who is
visiting in Brownwood was prettily
fompllmcnted on Thursday afternoon
iwhen Mifis Bettie '. Murhl Staggs en-
tertained most delightfully with a
The season's mo$t beautiful flowers
were culled from ;the home gardens
pnd assembled in pleasing advantage
In wall baskets with pink verbenas
predominating. The pink and green
mrtlf was carried out in the basket
design bo effectively featured on this
tccaglon. Trailing vines were en
twined along the walls which were
Outlined with the flpwer filled baskets.
Tiny baskets were further noted on
the laliy pencils.
For high score In bridge Mrs. J.
Claude Smith was awarded rose tal-
cum powder and in consolation Mjss
Bt-sa Williamson was favored with a
hand embroidered linen handkerchief
The guest of horier received a dalntv
hand embroidered guest towel.
A daintily prepared plate of green
andink brick ice cream with Indl
Vidua angel food cake squares was
offered. Mallne tied sweet peas formed
the pr.etty plate favors.
Included in this pleasing hospitality
were: Jiesoames .ramus w. Xj.
Watson J- Claude Smith; Misses
Lyda Cresham Elizabeth Lee Marjorie
Greshaii&JBess Williamson Cora Lee
Winifred King of Waco Bird of
Denison Edna Mackey Williamson
Olive Smith Kathreen Norwood
Montana French Pauline Ragsdale
Thelma Fl03'd Collto Lee Maymee
Baker and Felicia Remington.
Daniel Baker Auxiliary.
The regular business meeting of the
Daniel Baker Auxiliary was held on
Wednesday morning In the assembly
room of the Coggin .Memorial Hall. 1
Hr. H. C. Barnett the president
Fonr Years Old.
In recognition of the fourth birthday
anniversary1 of little Marguerite Hol-
lerand on Tuesday afternoon Mrs. B
R. Holleran entertained a merry par
ty of children at her home on Vine
street - ' -
Various fftrms of children's pastimes
happily whjled the hours for the
dainty group of children -who formed
a pleasing jpicture on the lawn at
play. In the donkey contest! Billie
Bailey won first prize and Helen
Thomason t)ie consolation each favor
being a sti& of candy -
The nasturtium and sweet pea dec-
orated dinityg room was thrown open
for the refreshment hour when the
guests assembled about the flower be-
decked labile centered with the birth-
day cake" bearing the four candles. Ice
cream and cake were served. Favors
were gj-en; to the guests before they
The guests were Margaret I :-Glan-ville
Gene jMeyer Catherine ' Gallo-
way Helen! Thomason Vandal Bailey
Dorothy R4flner Helen England W'il-
da Angell .fcadene Redner; jEugene
Wood. . Pau)( Bennett. : Gregory . M eyer
Raymond Johnson Billy Bailey Burl
DePriest J:. T. B. Bailey Jr.; Wesel
Meyer and (Charles Frances England.
Miss Eujji Haskew entertained on
Tuesday afternoon . with one jot the
toost deligjitful hospitalities of the
week honoring her sister Miss Lucile
Cut flowers and ferns were featur-
ed in the gitme room decorations. Forty-two
wafy the favored pastime and
whfled the thours most pleasantly.
A dainty fcweet pea favored plate of
apricot ice and wafers was passed. On
each plate ivas found a miniature di-
ploma which revealed the news of the
afternoon "Lucile Haskew S. E.
Brooks June IV 1
The afternoon's guests were Misses
Nealie Moojle Gladys Neel Cleo More-
man Lois iNeel Lucile Moore Eral
Thompson Mabrey Mitchell. Annie
Shcltou Kathleen Bailey Sadie Dor-
sett Eulalfc Kilgore Helen- I)orsett
fulls Newtek Willie Bell Watson Lu-
cile Haske Mrs. J. L. Haskew.
Art and Home Economic Jixlilhit.
Creditable &s well as beautiful in ev-
ery details were the exhibits of the Art
and Home Economic Departments of
Daniel Baker College given on the
first floor of th0 Coggin Memorial Hall
on Tuesday afternoon from 3:00 to
iuOO o'clock Scores of friends called
during the afternoon to view and ad-
mire the bpautiful pieces of handi-
work which had been done with such
perfection and neatness by the stu-
dents of theHe departments. Miss Hazel
Dawson; the efficient and pleasing
supervisor of the Home Economic de-
partment with the students of tills
department exhibited the garments
featuring the undergarments in sets
which were displayed to advantage on
tables and hangers with receptacles
of flowers resting about the room to
accentuate the beauty of this depart-
ment The sstudents each wore beau
tifully madfc! dresses which had been
made during the "year in .class work.
Evening (if Forty-Two.
Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Bailey assembled
a few friends at their Martin Avenue
homp on Thursday evening.
The rooms wer egiven choice garden
floSvers for floral decoration amid
winch tables were arranged for forty-two.
Mrs. J. H. Nolte was -awarded
the high score ladies favor and Mr.
Luther Crow was presented the high
score gentlemen's favor. The conso
lation trophies fell to Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Davis.
Punch refreshed the guests during
the series of games and later a dainty
plate of ice cream and cake was pass
ed. Mrs. Bailey was assisted by . Ruby
Fai Myrick and Winnie Mayo in serv-
ing. Enjoying the evening were Messrs.
ani Mesdames W L. Ellis E. E
Dayis J. E. Bury Claire Bettis J. H.
dred arid twenty-two. At home C16
The bride is a! very attractive young
woman who was born and reared in
Brownwood. She has Imsts of friends
who. are delighted that she is to re-
main in Brownwood.
Senior Christian Endeavor Soclnl.
The Senipr Christian Endeavor of
the Austin venue Presbyterian
church held Us business . meeting on
Friday . night at the home of Miss
Grace Perkins. Important business
matters were - attended to by the
members present After the business
a social hourwas enjpyed when ice
cream and cake were served in re-freshriient
A Birthday Party. .
t the home of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Tate on Avenue C
Aleene entertained a number of her
little friends and class mates to . cel-
ebrate her '10 th birthday on Thursday
"A merry good time was enjoyed.
while Victrola music and indoor games
also games on the lawn passed the
hours away most pleasantly. The pink
and greerii decorations; were carried
out and for refreshments pink .and.
green brick Ice cream and cake were
served while the largo birthday cake
centered the table bearing the 10 can-
dles. Hand painted favors were given
earring out the color scheme.
Many nice and useful gifts were re-.
coived-- by" the little hostess. The folr
lowing were present.:. Eulalia Teas
Martha Rhor. Marie Jones Rosalie
Muse Virginia Oxford 'Elizabeth Mlt
chell Fannie Lois DeHay Mary Tal
bot Kathryn Leach and Vivian White.
Miscellaneous Shower. i
Roses In baskets and vases were
utilized in pretty profusion aboub the.
home of Miss Lucile Neel on Friday
afternooif when Miss Nell -entertained
with a riiiscellaneous shower for Miss
Ernestine- Maedgen a June bride. .
The afternoon was spent in a spir-r
ited embroidery contest when each
guest eriibroidered a miniature bride
or something suggestive to ti bride on
a small square which when combined
formed an attractive pillow top for
the honor- guest. Miss Kathleen Bailey
was awarded the prize in the contest.
The honor guest was presented a
bride's memory pad.
Red hearts found by the .honored
directed her to the hiding places of
A merry time was had cutting fav-
ors in the beautiful birthday cake of
the bridal tones of . green and pink.
In refreshment a delicious ice cream
and cake .plate was passed.
Enjoying the afternoon were: Miss
es Ernestine Maedgen .Marjorie fires-
Will meet Monday" afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. W. T. Fisher in a
study and social meeting.
Is Mascot of Brood
(By. International News Service.)
CLAREMONT N. H. June 10.
Archie Van Dyke of ttiis city is the
proud oWner of a chicken in the form.
of a Plymouth Rock that was hatched
with four legs and four feet in perfect
form. According to the owner the
chicken is doing nicely and .was pixib-.
ably born so -that it could scratch on
his sidehill farm without difficulty.
Mr. Van Dyke hopes to ralse. the
chicken as it eats well and seems to
be as lively as the rest He terms the
chick as the mascot of the hatch. It
was hatched from an incubator with
ir0 oggsn.rj of which hatched chickens.
Air Service School
(By International .News Service.)
WASHINGTON June 10. 1 Rapid
strides "hhvq been made by the Trade
Test Department- of the army air ser
vice in reducing the number of fail
ures at the Chanute Field (Illinois).
Air Service Mechanics School accord
ing to reports to the War Department.
From December 1919 to July 1921
the reponts show the department suc-
ceeded in reducing the failures of this
school by approximately 30 per cent.
Ouly 2.2 per cent tf the students were
dropped during this period for inapti-
tude as compared with 32 peV cent
-prior to December 1919
Special For Monday
32 inch.Jrriported Gingham regular 75c vakie. . . .59c
32 inch.' Imported Gingham regular 50c value. . . 439c
32 inch. Amoskeag Utilities regular '25c value. . . .19c
ft i A '
27 inch. Red Seal Gingham regular 25c value. . . .19c
;5 inch. Imported Swiss Organdie regular $ 1 .25 val. 89c
Children's length Sox Black Cat and Monarch makes
plain colors and fancy tops regular 50c values per pair
39c or three pair for $1.00
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WEEK OK WEDDED BLISS
MANY RADIO STATIONS
ENDED DY DIVORCE VltEX
lmiTISHt SEAl'IANE DOCK
i IS READY IFOR SERVICK
(By International News Service.)
WASHINGTON June 10". T h e
seaplane iloating dock which has been
under construction at Sheerness
"Dockyard England lias been delivered
to the Air. Ministry as ready for ser-
vice according to information to the
War J.)ep;irtnient .
The docfc has an overall length of
14a feet aiui a lifting capacity of 200
tons. It will accommodate two large
(fiy International News Service.!
S ED ALIA Mo. June-10. The ma-
trimonial craft of Homer. L. Kahrs
nineteen ail'd Gladys njnetuen his"
wife encountered "breakers" . after
but one week's cruise. '-'
Trhr. . throuch his friend C P.
Kahrs recently filfed suit in 'the Pet
tis County Circuit Court. for divorce
Tho couple had been joined. In wed
lock only seven days when the petition
was filed. The . petition alleges mm
the plaintiff; being under twenty-one
is incompetent t6 take part in the
CARD OF THANKS.
CHINESE SUYEIt ET$
CLEMENCY FKOM COURT
(By Intel national News Service.) .
WASHINGTON. June lO.-'Liang
tied packages of. beautifuIjSung Wan Chinese student convicted
of killing Ben Sea Wu. an under sec-
retary to the Chinese Educational
Mission. in. January 1019. will not be
executed until November 17th next.
Justice .McCoy presiding in the
Criminal Court hero granted the
Chinese ycjith lli0 stay because of an
appeal pending before the Court of
ham Vera Sttojv Lyda Gresham J Appeals. He was to have been exe-
Lucile Moore Josephine Cox Dolly! cuted Junf 2nd.
Glover Nealie Moore Kathleen Bailey ':
The kindness and sympathy of our
many friends during the illness and
death of our dear wife and mother is
grpatiy appreciated by each of us and
we shall always' cherish in our hearts
the wonderful spirit of love that
brought our friends to our assistance
in the hour of bereavement.
J. V. LOCKHART and Children
BROADCAST TO FARMERS
(By International News Service.)
WASHINGTON June 10. Forty--
one radiphone broadcasting stations
are used oy tne Department ol
Agriculture In transmitting to farmers
weather crops and market news ac
cording to department officials here.
This service has expanded rapidlv
since it was inaugurated eigiueea
months ago the four latest additions
to the department's list of stations
Itrtivirv fimnTi its VtY AC C T CI lrCflTI
ville Florida; Roswell New Mexico;
and Milwaukee Wisconsin.
liOSTON BRAVES SIGN
NEW COLLEGE PLAYER-
(By International News Service.).
BOSTON Mass. June 10. The
Boston Braves will have another une
youngster in Timothy McNamara
formerly of Fordham University
where he was captain and pitcher of
the baseball nine. During his 3tay
at Fordham ne maice a. great recoru
iit collegiate ranks.
"Shot by Suitor"-headline-. The I M"cNamara recently retired irom
shoot her. alism were brought against him.
WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS
Solid Ends Dovetail Construction Scientific Insulation and
Circulation White Enamel Genuine Porcelain or Quarried
Stone Lining and with or without Water Cooler. The best
made the most popular and the most reasonably priced.
EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY
te. M. C. Crispen. J. IB. Raymond.; Juel Ray Ellie Hones"- Lcnri Pettis
L. Myrick Luther Cr.ow W.
Potter and Mrs. Coleman Spratt.
Honoring .Miss F.laiK'licfte.
rioc Vmtnn "Rl.mrhritto nf Timnle
w.ns named the honor guest on Friday-
afternoon when Mrs. C. A. McCu'tchan
enltertair.iMt ar. nor Avcntii D hme.
Handsome yari-colored Ilowers cull-
edj from the home gardens formed the
attractive lloral setting for the bridge
tables. Mrs. Walter Garnetti received
the high score favor.
A dainty strawberry Ice and
of Miles; Mary Honea Eulale Kilgore
Osee Mn.edgen Gail Maedgen Lois
and Gladys 'Ne.e'1 -Mesd.ames Roy Mul-
ljn Gordon Taylor of Dallas Walter
Helmicke Walter .House of Ringaville
and Homer Denman.
40 - 40 - 40 - 40 -40-4G - 40 -40 - 40 - 40 -40 - 40 - 40
plate gxive refreshment.
The guests included Misses Blanch
ette Estelle Ddren Addle Perry Car
rie "Reaves Katherine Bayne Suella
Clark; Mesdames Hickman Walter
Garnett of Mexico Ih E. Conway W.
ARoussel.lot Roach of Paint Itock
and J. C. Epps.
Idle A While Club.
Mrs. Charles Leigh Mallow enter-
tafned the Idle A While olub most de-
lightfully on Thursday afternoon
Roses in a pretty profusion graced
the game rooms. For high score in for-
tyHwo Mrs. T. Carlson"received a bot
tle of .Houbigant talcum and In conso-
lation Mrs. Harry Schaffer ;as pre-
sented a box of confections.
A dainty salad plate w'as passed in
refreshment The personnel included
the club members.-
Just So ( lull.
W. R. Ellis entertained
- .Church Societies.
The Woman's Auxiliary of
Coggin Avenue Baptist church
meet in Circles Monday afternoon ai
follows". Circles 1 and 2 will moit at
3:00 o'clock with Mrs. L. V. Staton;
Circle 3 will ineet at 3:00 o'clock with
Mrs. L E. Crow; Circle 5 will meet
at 2; 00 o'clock at the church to quilt;
Circle C will meet at 3;Q0 o'clock with
Mrs. Rice: Circle S will meet with
Mrs. S. E. Thompson on Third I
street; Circles 4 7 and !) will not meet
TU Hrt.ft' A..iltr.. if Urn Virol
Presbyterian church will meet Mon-j
day" afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in cir-
cles as follows: Circle 1 will nu'et
With Miss Anna Dobbs; Circle 2 will!
meet with 'Mrs. S. E. Chandler? Circle
3 will meet with Miss Bess Dobbs!
Circle 4 will meet with 'Mrs. Ernest
Wood. At 5:00 o'clock tho members
together with all Sunday school work-
er's of the church will meet for a
Sunday tschool conference conducted
by Mr. Fullerion State Sunday school
The Altar Society will meet Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. W
Just So Club on Friday afternoon.
The afternoon was delightfully spent.
on the spacious living porch where
nasturtiums together with ferns and
other potted plants gave the attractive
lloral decoration. Social chat over
thp needle work passed tho hours;
pleasantlj'. ' .
-A dainty plate of brick ice cream
.cake pecan kijgses and salted pecaris
The out-of-town guests included
Mrs. H. N. Hickman of Abilene Miss
Wfnirred King of Waco Miss Bird or
Denison and Mrs. John F. Arledge of.
f Young People's I'nrty.
MiSB Tiillie Hardeman assembled a
coterie of friends on Friday :night at
her homo on Taylor Avenuo.
Wild flowers and nasturtiums were
prettily arranged about the rooms
given over to the hospitality. Rook
whRed the hours merrily.
The hostess was assisted by Misses
Lehora Crowder and Annie Epps and
her mother Mrs. Hal Hardeman.
A dainty plate of apricot Ice anil
cake was passed in refreshment '
Twenty-four guests enjoyed this
delightfully hospitality. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. AT .Tarrell aiwjounce
the! marriage of their .daughter Marie
Debelle to Mr. Everett E. Holt on
The Aid Society of tho First Chris-
tian chuijch will meet Monday after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock lit the church.
Tho Aid Society of the Austin Ave.
Presbyterian church will meet Mon-
day a fterinfbon at' 3:30 o'clock in the
church parlors. -
The Roman's Auxiliary of tho First
Baptist church will meet in Circles
on Monday afternoon. Circles an
nouncing meetings are Circles 3 and
T to meet with Mrs. Millard Romines
at 4:00 o'clock and Circle 8 to meet
at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. G. C. Kll-
lough 1211 Austin. Avenuo
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Methodist Church will meet
In Circles Monday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Cjircle 4 will meet with Mj's
IL C. Barnett at 3:00 o'clock. Lesson
12 and 13 chapters in Mind of the
Messiah. ; For preparation road Matt
6:19-34" Mark 4; Matt 13. Circle 3 will
meet with Mrs. Roy Anderson at 3:30
Circle 2 of tho Methodist Missionary
Society will meet Monday at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. A. D. Murphy. Circle
C will meet with Mrs. M. 0. Curry at
40 - 40-
J Largest and most popular Fraternal Beneficiary Society
in celebrating its 40th successful year in existence each
Camp inaugurates a campaign to secure 40 new members
during a given period.
1$ The local Camp has fixed June of this year as the time and
the great social gathering celebration July 4th at the Hot
Wells Big Barbecue and Picnic.
(ft The Modern Woodman of America is not organized for
making money but governed by its members with the
great purpose in view of helping your NEIGHBOR the
protection of the-home and the advancement of FRATER-
NITY in our country.
j They offer you the best life insurance on the market for
less money backed by the good will and fraternal spirit of
a million forty-one thousand members all over the United
States today and growing by leaps and bounds.
J The only Society which owns and maintains a Tubercular
SanitOrium for FREE treatment of its members.
J This is the largest most modernly equipped institution of
its kind in the world. Established in 1909 at Woodman
Colorado near Colorado Springs. More than five thou-
sand have entered to date of which the largest per cent
have been restored to health.
I The Brownwood Camp has more than 4C0 members. Give
one of them your application today and join this great
throng of home protectors-
I The youth's golden opportunity and the older man's best
9 Age limits 1G to 50 years. Special rates during this-cam-:
paign for the month of June. '" v
For further information write or see
ROBT. J. V1DLER District Deputy
care Box 489 OR
A. D. MURPHY Asst. Deputy
' Camp Clerk
The Young Woman- Missionary So
In tlie art room Mrs. H. C. Morris Monday June tho fifth nineteen hun-' cioty 'oft' tho First Methodist church
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