Brenham Daily Banner-Press (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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Valenta,' ihirt stop;.
Valenta left fMd.
right field. §mm
Muakl, trd has*.
Krauae, right 1I«M.
Birkelbach center field.
'Wil'BMch, lit bftii.
Green vine got 16 runa, 10-1 boe
hita, 4-2 base hito, 111I Dms hits 10
stolen bases and 4 «trlke onto, 4 dou-
ble plan. .. t v_ , ,
Shelby 14 runs, M h«e hltt. l-«
bMe hit, 4 stolon Maw, 11 strike
Kin*, purebred regla-
>» male, belong-
to Louis H. Laudua di«d last
He was 2 1«4
bred and moat.
In Washington co-
one of the beat bred in
monthly meet i uk of
irmera' Institute vu
night with a large
Six new membera
admitted lnoreaaing the membership
101. Hon. aeo. B, Terrell, com-
* Agriculture, has accept
ed the invitation from the Inatttute
to speak at the feaat on Juno 31 at
St. Paul School. Following ia the
program for the day: Speaking by
Hon. aeo. B. Terrell at 11 a,,m.;
Tournament running, 3 p. m.; Goat
Hoping at 3 p. m.; and ball game
at 4. MubIc will be furnished by a
band to be named later.
Brnest Brinkmao of Houston spent
several days with his mother, Mrs.
Will and Louis Landua made a
short buaineaa trip to Brenham last
Mrs, Martin Landua, Mlsaes Viola,
Alma and Florence Landua and Ar-
thur Broeache left early Monday
morning in their car for Pflugerville
to attend the graduation exercises of
RAILWAY TIML TABLE
No. 6, northbound.. 11.35am
No. 16, northbound.. 10,15pw
No. 18, northbound..!1.4Vn»m
No. 17, southbound...A37am
No. 15, southbound.. 6.12am
No. 5, southbound.. 4.42pm
No. 142, eastbound....3.48pm
No. 146, eastbound.. 2:40am
No. 145, westbound. ...1.50am
No. 143, westbound. 12.05pm
Bead the Classified Column.
A fountain pen always makes an
acceptable graduating present get
them at the Brenham Banner Pub
llahlng Co, 58-2t.
2-Days Emancipation Celebration 2-Days
AT CHAUNCEY S. WILLIAMSON'S PARK—BRENHAM, TEXAS
The Colored People will celebrate the Emancipation of the Colored People in the
City of Brenham, at CHAUNCEY S. WILLIAMSON'S PARK.
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This park contains 8 acres, located 5 blocks Northwest of the Central Passenger
Depot. It has a large Pavillion, Two-Story Hall, Stationary Stands, large Trees for
shade and Electric Lights, Come One,Come All! Everybody is welcome in this
Colored Park, which is owned by one colored man.
Miss Carry Dorram
Qoddttt of Ubarty
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES
^President Charlie Hopkins __.Vice President
Secretary W. S. Oraont, Jr. Aaaiatant Secretory
Frank Hubert .Treasurer
Randle, George Flewellen, Bud Waller, Simpson Clay, A. D. Daniels,
||fe Sandy Stevenson, Gus Harris
C ISLES, OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, AND HIS BAND WILL FUR.
FOR TOE OCCASION.
A Ml MUTMCMTO
Exhibition Boxing. Manager of the boxing: Eli Randle. 6 preliminaries,
■juts, featuring: Jack White# of Galveston vs. Walter Henderson of
weight 155 pounds, 10 rounds. Chester Walker of Houston vs. Young
of Beaumont, weight 145 pounds, 10 rounds.
. baseball teams will play and other amusements will be had. Prof. J.
of Brenham will be master of ceremonies. The Proclamation of the
ition will be read by John D. Lenued.
Ex-Postmaster of Boley, Okl*., who was appointed by
yw> with credit and resigned, will be orator of the
COMMITTEE ON INVTTATION
J. H. Porter, Mrr. Mary E. Har- & A. Tolivw, Mrs. Mable Harris, Miss Mamie
' w. S. Grant Jr., Mrs. Mittie 23ffLJ? ^Mto
_ en ®»WP Walker, Miss Pearl Brisco,
», .Mrs. Ellen Miuliilborne West, Mra. Verna West, Miss Nancy
r Miss Mary £ &***» Briaco, Miss Johnma Mae Arm-
Mi;.. I if, —•** .Lillian Lewis, Miss Cora Punchard,
j Miss Lucy Miss Fssrlie Btnrta, Miaa fiarris, Mlaa Daisy 01-
.W Mi** s*Tah Hornsby, Mm.
Jane Smith, Mrs. Lena Nelson, Mrs. Jessie
:«W Mrs. ££ S&'
R.ndlc. Mm. Smith,
Mrs. Walter Hender-
... S. Smith, Dr. J. H-
Rev, Joe Bouldaiv, J. J.
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Rev. Ruffin Bouldan, Milton Barbe , Rev.
. Harris,.0. W,
Joe Smith, Robert
Johnson, Tom Collins
?«*«• Hubert Jr., A. H. Hicks, Tommie
Tnf, "n a. n. nicics, lomi
Sfc Collie Doram, Johnnie Mae Hubert.
T«*fS. Wm »!*** »wl
fi.. °/ city, will lecture.
eat Kkw;« .* «oW to the hiKh
eat Maqert at 5 p. m. at the Pavilion.
Mtea LilHe Allen
Mrs. Annie McCowen
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New York, June S.—The aayto*
there to a time and place for every-
thittg" holds no meaning in the faab-
"Anytime, any place tor anything
applies better 4o the concepts of
One sms sporting eostumee worn
at teas, at dinners and ,in fact, every
place and at every time of day.
At the fashionable resort hotels,
where one would naturally e*pect
to find sport clothes, one is amased
to see gowns that are heavily beaded,
silk fringed capes training in the
sands, satin slippers and paradise-
trimmed hats. No doubt these aame
ladies who favor these dressy cost-
umes for resort wear perfer sport
togs for Fifth Avenue.
Although the fringed skirts have
about been done to death, there are
some bordered eponges with fringed
edges which make the loveliest lit-
tle one-piece frocks.
This eponge can be purchased by
the yard in numerous color combine
tlonn. An old rose has a border em-
broidered in black and white wool in
.Chinese design with a narrow whits
fringe. The neck Is batteau shaped
and overcast in white wool. The
sleeves are slit at the shoulder and
tied together at the bottom with a
white wool cord that is finished with
white wool tassels.
Retail merchants announced not
long; ago that sport hats would have
to take some radical change as they
wore all made on the same idea and
because of their sameness lacked in
New Sport Turban,
As yet the only change to be seen
ia the introduction of the white
horse-hair and crepe turbans for
sport wear. These drape about the
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head very much like the bandana ...
scarce as untrimmed eyebrows.
bathing caps and often have loose
ends (lowing at one - aide. There
must be abandon in their draping
rather than a fixed set drape which
creates too dresay an appearance.
The old (aahUiaod aiik lace mit-
tens without finger-tipa are again
very much In vogue. They are at
their beat when worn with the lacy
frocka. Paris baa been sponsoring
iteCm for some tmie, but only recent-
ly have the New York department
atorea been ahowlng them. They
come in open-laea effect in black,
white and mauve.
There never has been a season that
has done so much with belta aa this
Spring. A new adoption of the silver
monogram buckle that heretofore
haa been used only on men's belts ia
ahown in many storea. Narrow
white and colored leather belta with
the silver monogram buckles are
worn with the alip-on sweatera and
Sheer Summer Frocka,
The changeable colored voile
dreaaea are among the prettiest of
the aheer summer frocka. They ar«
far daintier than the changeable
taftetaa and because of their aheer-
nesa appear almost opalescent, A
brown and purple changeable voile
giv'ea the Impression of bronie.
An attractive miaa appeared in one
of these which was trimmed in bronse
patent ribbon roses about the bat-
teau neckline and around the scal-
loped hem. A bronie patent ribbon
sash was used about the low waist
line and tied in a loop t)ow at the
aide back. The hat worn with this
was a poke bonnet effect of dande-
lion horse-hair straw trimmed in the
bronie-toned wall nowera.
Many women have taken to canes
at the beaches and nearby resorts.
They are quite awagger if one Is not
too conscious of them. Used as walk-
ing sticks or carried on the arm,
they ar* graceful, but now and then
one sees them whirled about with all
the bravado of a Broadway actor by
dsmwe misses acarecly out of their
One of the moat effective cape
coats seen on Fifth Avenue was made
of Rose silk crepe with a border of
grey squirrel extending down the
front sides to the hem.
Dandelion yellow, orange, jade
and periwinkle predominte as sport
gi That Baa m Haw Lep.
The ban on bare legs must have
been banished for It the beaches
around New York stockings are aa
Armlots of rubber with a small
rubber pocket for jewelry and money
are made in all colors for bathing
Lingette, a new material for un-
dergarments should appeal to those
who wear sheer frocks which require
underslips to match. It is as soft
and allky as the sheerest of silks
aud even under the georgette frocks
it can not be distinguished from the
real silk. It has a satin surface and
comes in all colors at about one four-
th of the ordinary cost of silk.
Jade, jet and steel buckles are
used to fasten the.- Spanish capes
which are thrown over the shoulder.
These capes are apt to slide about
unless held firmly by a clasp of some
Softer than the checked ginghams
are the checked voiles for summer
dresses. Many of them are trimmed
in loop braida.
Dress thisi •» c;>n bo purchttfd
wnth a scented sachet interlining.
chased four large American tractors,
and a number of other pieces of farm
There are 58 families In the first
contingent, numbering about 200
The second contingent will be com-
posed largely of Ruaalana from Port-
land, Seattle, Vancouver, Chico, Los
Angeles and scattered towns.
The original plan was to obtain
only colonists with families, but a
number of young Russians have
joined, planning to take brides after
their arrival in Russia. In Vancou-
ver 13 unmarried young Ruaaians
Joined the colony, contributing $26,-
000 to the pool.
An agreement l
will be gov
munistic laws. j|
of crops aodi
ham Banner ]
Tuesday 18th, i
HOME TO LIVE
By R. A. Donaldson,
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Bau Francisco, June 8. —Organis-
ed Into the "California Commune,"
and furnished with resourcea of
"base" capitalistic cash totaling
more than $100,000 as a result of
pooling their accumulated savings,
over 400 Russians now residing on
the Pacific Coast are preparing to
leave for Soviet Russia during the
next six months.
The emigrants have been granted
a tract of 7,500 acres of land neaf
Moscow by the Soviet government.
They will work it as communal pro-
perty, and finance their operations
and their trip to Russia out of the
In consideration of the migration,
and on stipulation that they cultivate
the tract, the Soviet government has
•greed that the land ahall be tax-
free for eight years.
Members of the "California Com-
««ne» will sail for Russia i„ two
contingent, the first on June 30,
and the second on January l.
The first contingent is already
composed of San Franciaco Russians,
"0W ,hrin* '» the colony on Ruasian
Thla group haa already pur-
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Robertson, Ruby. Brenham Daily Banner-Press (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1922, newspaper, June 8, 1922; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth489922/m1/4/: accessed April 8, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.