Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 166, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1921 Page: 6 of 6
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BROWNWO&D BUUJETiN APRIL 30 1921
WMPSEY HAS THE ADVANTAGE OYER CARPENTIER
and forty two while other danced to
strains of mn8fe .on tke Edlsoa. Ice
tin? siwirtesf crTmraiT coaW linlly JS?
tect - -
For Instance there is an American
millionaire who makes a tiny jbkit -oa
some part of the checkas a sign t
the hank cashier that it Is genuine. Nol
one forger In a thousand' would at-
tribute a blot to anything but care-
lessness and quite a number of would-
would hardly regard sca sm a'pfwr
ent bhiH4er as tke reslt of deiiWraM
. Off EVERY PHYSICAL POINT COMPARISON SHOWS
cream and punch weredtepeMed dr-4
ing the vhours. AboHt mo hundred anu
fifty enjoyed the pleasures or the
A Frenchman with whom this sl
Ject was discussed stated that hi owaf
method Is an almost Infallible
Whenever he writes a check he take ;
the precaution of teat ing it out of Ui
check book in such a manner that a
tiny shred of the couaterfoll retmbM
attached to the draft This Ik ait .'-
tlmation to the bank that the check
Perhaps Imwvcr the most rxtraaf
dlnary ".ilevlce is that adopted ly x
wary Hebrevv. He makes a point f
carefully perfuming every check bear-
ing his Inature with a o-rwla ceac
which Is very difficult to obtain. 4
evening mis picaauiu nume mm
betutiful surroundins is one of the
irost modern in Texas. It has recently
ecu overhauled and repainted with
?hs installed and-other modern con-
be swindlers have found themselves
ienees of a real up-to-date club
pulled up sharply on presenting aa
uublotted check over i.'h; counter.
housa On the grounds trees and:
plants are growing and swings slides
Another man has hit upon the Idea
of apparently making a mistake la
the date In the right-hand top cor
:ckt at flulik
ner of the check which mistake It
rectified by the crossing out tf the
wrong numeral and the substitution
of the corrfM't one. The cltcck forper
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J I JACK 'j GEORGET JgP" 172W;
fllr liitciTiat'onal News Service.)
;NE' YORK. April 301 Jack Demp-
;sey Torld's heavjweight champion
wiilliive a tledded physical advantage
aywMs Frcnc-i challensei Georges
tiriKsntiei tvlitit they nect in their
til;oL in Jynej City on July 2.
Mease cmcul o. the tso fighters chow
thxt Denipscy oatclanses Carpentier
Jweigkt- m I ' iKiit in chert biceps
Ytrt jTsisl and every other ccasure-
TLe Amencan tf elroldcr will have
teen pounds in weight the l fighting
weight of Dempsey being 190 while
Carpentier tips the "beam at 172. Demp-
rsey is the taller of the two; the tape-
line reading 6 feet 1 inch for the cham-
pion Iwhile the challenger is only 5
feet 11 inches tall. In chest .meas-
urements Dempsey's figure is 42 inches
and Carpentier's 40. Dempsey's ad-
vantage is more pronounced around
the waist the measurements being 32
laches for the American and29 inches
and sand beds are ror tne ciumren ci
the club members with tennis courts
and golf links for the older pleasure
seekers. Twice each week members are
privileged tota"kc friends to the club
to look 6ver th ebulldlng and grounds.
The entertainment of. Monday was
the first of a series which Is being
planned for the "club members and
families during the summer months
Kappa OmRfira 'Gamma Society
The" Kappa Omega Gamma Society
was entertained on Saturday with
Lucllo Ellis Hostess. Roses gave pret-
ty decoration to the game rooms
where fiye hundred gave diversion
For success Mrs A. G. Ellis received
the. favor and to Miss Marie Looney
rell the consolation. A dainty salad
plate was. eerved. Members Includeil
Misses Marie Looney Norma Edwards
Lenora Miller. Ruth Montgomery
Shirley Averitt Marie McCaugh
Louise Labbait Mary Helen Redmond
and Mrs. A. G. Ellis of Ba)linger.
High School Junior Tlenlr.
The Junior Class of the Brownvrood
High School held heir annual picnic
on Friday Two trucks and several
cars conveyed the large party to Fiat
Rock where a most enjoyable day wan
sncnt in kodaking. 5whmtins and
other snorts. In a division and swim-
Dempsey's measurements around ming match between the girls M ter
th6vrlst and. forearm are 9 inches and
14 Inches respectively compared with
Carpentier's 8 3-4 Inches and 13 inch-
es. Dempsey's neck measures 17
inches and Carpentier's 1G 1-2. t Tlie
American also outclasses hLs oppon-
ent in foot measurements Dempsey's
thigh being 23 Inches to 22 inches for
Carpentier; his calf 15 Inches; to 14 1-2
inches for the challenger. and his an-
kle 8 inches to S 3-4 inches for. the
ctckntr watcwso this
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tly Kiwcmkd Frees.)
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varalty JacxltMB tkrosoat the Uait-
jt 4 SIMM are -vatckiKg wkk Seei in-
Vwt tke exKrineat Mt k efcrt
of the IjHiversIty In case charges of
ja serious nature are brought against
iaay stedent "by his fellows the pro-
ceedlngs are in secret and the
ICoBcil sits as a jury on the case
The offender is brought Into the
ioo and seated at the head ol the.
1oa& table and informed of the ac:u-
satk6. He kas.the right of stating
ihis case asd he may bring
.noarrg amd while the defesdant
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hat was a becoming spring creation.
Mr. and Mrs Batton left for l.ou
Angeles California where they viU
The bride the daughter of Mrs. J J
C Burleson is attractive and viva- i
Marie Cantrell proved -the most eth
cient A delicious plcnlr. lunch war
spread at the neon hour. A special
feature of the lunch was a a?e
"junior Cake'' iced In .Oie Juntoi
colors and embossed with -Junior
1922" which was made by Mrs. Mc-
Queen. Chaperons for the day wer
Mrs. Ruth McQueen. Mrs. V. Davis an
IIss Eula Belle Marshall.
The Woman's Auslllary f the Fin j
Presbyterian church will meet
Iness session Monday at 3 o'clock t
the church. Bible lexwm. Jerrisatl;
51 Circles 1 and 2 will meet al 2
o'clock in The basement or the cll
to plan for the lunch which win Si
served during the Retail .nvJw
state meeting. ?
The Missionary Society of Mtk
mllst chureh vili mN;t ia
fMfnn Momlay at 3 o'clock at tlwj
te .rcioup and has a winsomeness that has j Thfi lMuuav ol f
adant f"?!" Tuition thurchiwiH tnt at St
mecty to call mpoa anyoae bcin church business and social circles. t (li..
. ... . J Batton. nloneer citizens ntvl hn oe jannK
I T t i.t I C ll tll HMM "I'M
of tie Realty or of the Frortcr'.? iluu'. 1 '"neer ""ens ana nas won Kfontlav aftettl4Win at 2 n wjS4
r 1 r.n ontrfahla HonrI (rt V.fi t i '
mat be adaaitted agxisl TT' 4J """'"JMrs. W. It Scrimpwar iwfw
1 "hii j T u ' The MtftIbnar4 Sncrty f Aw
-for tie State- are then IttL l'JlFl
ad while tieir teuaKn:yj"CT thyv ?o wher .meet Monday afterawa at 1 ok1.
aBca&r if his friends J y . ' In the church parlor.
w. tT rJ IWkdar IHwwc at dab Lai. The WnmaaV Aax Wary T lh ftwr-
TtiA rcpard to
" .1 t t . . . . r'in Avmiii nrtt&t bU Bunai
. jut .m. t Jii twit in pnrnrrninoii am!- -
m MmyeaxLS: tfatala'to appear' in tie.PPr Burprisc tr her huif-H" tf lnt
tits r-htv-inm mSi ' i 'iV"M' uwa in iuc spa
lie es5ji1aR - a x-e wssici3os rooms at mis pleasure resort
C tise cx2- e2I. JteCBeS-l101 ci-: rK-.vr-r-ii tisassee! ler; seme una cigars ciaimcu tne
iwtta ie:i-..-rf acl'aK3i k"53 vutt Umxt i.rr
ctasaSsSs-SarKSs 2S-2teits cS Ear m ec csat ar5 A i2rz nanr. of dannr hath frm
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c -Ke&ztis&r sight at one of the mont
panaV aaacczzfss t acissStai. Mes&m&te iafbrnral hooa of tfio ndnc
acsac-fggHScr uatjStei-j 5s raseEnrj fatFsa Eaxter famished the Inanriintr
A aglfclou! (tuily mwtlnc at the chttftrb am wg
ail mcmiwrs to attim
The Woman AttvOiaqr t Ym
Ilaptlft church will twrt dtfmde MM'
noon at '2- o'clock at ihr htinns f "SWNra.
Bart N'rwcoi! Orcie t
kfjf A nbntr tor iitwivncti. vm
Home will 1k jsifn. AM n-wfwpn
the church are .mitcd.
ON WARD AGAINST F0CE!
feri flf Meney ftvit' ter 'Simi
Cnttckt Art Cniifi. :
80 clever l tlm jneHcra forirr i4i)
tfetr man who rnl! a a wfjwwfffl
3K JSJEbfeJ as 3ait Simitar trfear 1 ifrriMaazsB -faKTiw mmsrRft for t&i nir fntftTf
HK KaeLi Irnni -fibs ates cecmai fffflaclbes ftc rnvr rHMt: tMr WoiiIC.
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giBwainia ateitss mm. m - k c w-u icreiy "Mnnae Wamlnron Monday i which 1st hard i nt i i
ISiteamilastoiffiraiaB3 I pigfit- wtejttfi members and their Itrt-j moment t find Miat?lf vltiilmlt
imeBl! lit sJKgIaar i. iwnri xaaesc ess Ese sipc on 35502; mefjjate faarilies gathered for an. eten-i his acewmt Jr-pMH.
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 166, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1921, newspaper, April 30, 1921; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344064/m1/6/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.