The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 46 of 50
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TULSA'DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
ERVE AND NERVES
Itlriy Whlto always wanted to ba
trained nurse when she grew lip.
but nho was no tender-hearted aha
could acarccjy bring herself to Will a
tnomiulto nml tlm elirlit nf a dead
Wnuso or Mid brought I mm to her
"yen. Bo of course liar family and
friend ull made run of hsr ambi-
tion imperially Brother Jim.
"You'it fa. nt a way or go Into A
tiff spasm If you had to help saw
off a person's legl" her brother
tauntril. "You Imvn no mnro nnrvo
than n ruljlilt. Hut." hn added kind-
ly "yott'ro a pretty nice kid nt that.
uin nun t have to imvo .nervr."
"Indcedl" exel.ilnifd Mllly. "I
guess yott think' girl aro poor
alnlpa " 1
"Oh. no replied her brother
rrnndly. -Thry-ro very tiaeful. In
tholr place. And to show Hint I
1 don't foci nboVo you I Invite you to
Co coasting with me this afternoon."
Mllly wile delighted aa tho weather
and snow worn Just right.
Their favorlto coasting place waa
a long men (low on tho nlda of a hill
especially when tho enow wn dfop
enough to rover tho fence dividing
tho meadow from tho road heonuan
then they could count strnlnlit down
over the fenco and making a turn
In tho road go more than hnlf a mil
down. Jim said hn thought tho fence
nun covered nt leant by drifted
"Hut the cruat ln't aa hard aa It
ought to. bo" Mllly aald a thev
(darted out In thetcrlsn air. In fact.
aa she apoke Jlm'a right foot want-
through ana ma wnoio log weni
down Into tho drifts and Mllly had
to tug and pull to help him out.
"There ynu reel" alio exclaimed
'Thcro're bl&aplkca In the fence you
know nnd If we foil through"
Mllly tolt nahamed of horaolf for
being timid ao aha saliV no tnor
about tbo crust. In fact when the)
bo to tho top of tho meadow the
anow did arcm firmer.
Jim ant down and held the guide
ropoa whllo lib) alster got on behind.
"Heady! Ono-two-three!" Off
they awnoped llko blrda on Uie wing
over tho smooth unbroken anow. It
was wonderfull Mllly liked that
1 I mm .
Tulsa 4? Scout
IpubUthtd WttUy b
Wtill acouta we met Friday night
at tho troop room and nter a few
announcement and nialgnlng the
tlmo for tho hlko Baturday by the
acoutmaater. We llnad up with our
Old Qlory nnd marched to the. city
hall to eo tho awanllng of acout
mcdalf and got election return.
Bay acouta how did you llko Troop
8'b Identification number? Great
lan't It7 That la aqmo troop nnd a
big atunt tnko it from troop I our
congrntulatlona. After tho court of
honor all of tho now acouta wanted
to take aecond claaa teiita at once.
My first la used In the winter.
My second la not rurly.
My third la a volcano
My fourth la u term of endear-
ment. 1'i.oiial wonn Dici.imoNS
1. Tako a catalog from a flower
41 d lenvo a aplco.
I. Taka a vehicle from a flower
and loavo n forbidden beverage.
3. Take a color from a flower and
4. Tako a girl's namo from a flow
er. nnd leavo a purify.
6. Tako a number from a flower
and leavo advantage.
6. Tako an Idol from a flower
and leavo to move swiftly
. HLEll! I
I. A T K
I) 13 A H
FLOIlAIj WOHD DKtETIONH
1. Llat-ClematlaMaco. J. Van
VerbenIleer. 8. aray-Byrlnga-Hln.
4. Knld-Celandlne-Clean 6. -fon.
enttan-9atn. (. Image-Oeranlum
"lx)ta gu tirlag" aald Mary to Jool
Oet jev ly 'Veii and wagr woll bo")
wired feeling alio nlwnya not when
sledding with her brother tier heart
seemed to Jump right Inln her
mouth and elm rnuld hardly get her
hrentli. Hut It wan fun I
"It' covered!" shouted Jim mean-
ing tho fence. Ho Instead of steer-
ing off and turning tho slod ha wont
straight for tho road. Mllly wan
awfully scared but aha thought tboy
had passed tho fence when all of n
sudden they were Jolted of courae
they worn going very flint and tlto
Jolt wasn't very big. but It threw
them both nut nf tho sled. Mllly
spun over llio snow and wna burled
In u drift nndor a tree. Aa elm
scrambled nut Inlighlng alio uw Jim
lying In u atningii position with the
guide ro' of tho sled Mill In hi
"Can't you get up!" ah called.
"I guesa no" replied Jim In n
tratwa voice and moved n little. Aa
ho did an bin knoea went through tho
crutt and ho eank In above hi waist.
Mllly oipix'ted to hear him laugh
Aa liu alwaya did when he fell
through but thla tlmn ha waa very
till No atlll aha became frightened
and ran over tho cruat to him.
"Whnt'a the matter buddy?" ahe
lie looked around nt her and hla
face waa white even It la Ilpa Ilia
look frlghloned her.
"VHWjUi6 matter Iluddy" alio hskrd
Mllly." he aald. "my arml Home
thlng'a happened to my arm. I.oolcl
It'a bleeding and I can't move It."
Mllly lay down flat and peered
Into the halo which her brother had
broken with hla nrm whan ha fell
through Tho anow waa red. Hlio
put her hand down and brushed It
Mtlde. Tha eight aha enw brought
a cry of horror from her llpa
"Jim. you're on tho fonoel" aho
gaaped "Ono of tho aplkea haa Bono
through your arm t r a I g h t
throughl I can aco the end of It
through your coat. Oh Jim I What'll
Bho took hold of hla hand and
tried to pull hla nrm up off the aplko
but ho gnva n groan.
"You can't pull mo off" ho aald
"And I rnn't pull Imyaalf oft. Thla
arm feola numb I can't move It."
DO A GtUD TURN DAI
(ht TuIm Couari'
Saturday nt IttO Wo atarted on a
hike going two mtlea north of Hund
Hprtnga In tha hilla. Four tender
feet took their aecond clans cooking.
Tho troop' will go on a hike ovcry
Haturday afternoon If tho weather U
good leaving at ls30 n. m. nnd nr
riving nt 7S0 p. m. Hcoula bring
your duda lot's go. A acout doea
not get alck by being outdoora. It la
In the houan ho gota those oolda. Wo
certainly enjoyed tho talk by ltalph
Obermlller Trldny night and aro
auro tho acouta made no mtstnko In
their aelecllon for mayor nlso glad
to hnvo C. W. Htakey na a apenker
wa Alwaya aro aura of a rare treat
lift dug Into hla pocket and brought
out hla knife "Mere open thla and
rip open my 1othc and lata neo
Mllly grow aa white aa hor broth
er no alio opened tho aharp little
knife. Hho put the binds tinder the
cuff of hla coat and ripped It then
alio ripped tho aweater underneath
then hla alilrt. Hum enough the
aplko had gone through the floshy
part of her brother' arm and wan
holding him a prisoner Mllly cov-
ered her eyea
"It'a clean through" elm aald In a
weak volco "Oh Jim whut'll we
Jim tried to atruggte o. llltlo but
It did no good
"1 emi t reach tho nlaco back
.thero or I'd get loose noon enough!"
ue muttered "i guess i n nave to
wait while you go for help."
"It would tiiko half an hour at
leant" Mllly replied. "Oh Jim I
can't Inavn you. Just tell mo what
to do and I'll do It."
"I don't know what to do" Jim
"If I triad to help you out. I'd
go through too." aald Mllly then ahe
mniln herself look nt tho aplko. It
doesn't seem to hn through a deep
place In your nrm. I nould cut It
out by ripping you Ju nn'I did your
Jim patiaed a second then he
handed hor hla ihAnadkorchlof.
"Hero" ho aald "tlto thla abovo the
place next to my shoulder. I menn
with a square knot like I taught you
how to make. Not a granny knot
which allpa. Then take thla pencil
and twist It In tho knot and twist
and twlat until thero lan't nnv beat
In my pulao You'll have to tnko off
your miuen to len my pulnt. l'reaa
your middle finger hard on tho In
aide of my wrlat. When thero la
no beat you'll know tho circulation
li out off. Then; go ahead nnd cut!"
Mllly obeyod Ihcan Ordvra with
shaking handa. My ho was tough!
Hha eawod and unwed nnd finally out
through to the aplkb and cried; "It
Is through. Now whnt'll I do?"
"Tie your handkorchlcf around It
and help mo out on thla aide away
from tho fence"
Jim never eald anything about
nerve or norvra iignln. Hut ho told
hit mother nftcrwarda: "Mllly waa
a brick aa norvy aa could bo. tiho'a
going to mnko a crackorjack nuraa.
nnd I'vo derided what I'm going to
be. I'm goh.g to be a doctor!"
In that lino wherever hla smiling fnco
John Onllagher It'eporter.
At tha last regulnr meeting
Jnmca Tally inado so vera i nnnounco
mouta ua to the nppolntmonta ho
will mnko when he tukca tho office
of finance commissioner. Among
thoso mentioned woro Leo Kagun
Hugh ltobholz nnd John (lallnghor.
Our trbop la Indeed very proud
of Frank Hohan. Ilunh Ilobholi. ami
Donald Ilynn for winning tha clvlu
worJt medals given for first aorond
nnd third prlxea reapeotlvejy during
uio year iv.il.
The nttondanco at our meetings
la atlll up to our past record. Tho
last meeting showed 20 acouta nnd
four visitors. Kach of tho four pa-
trols announced tho regular weekly
meeting. The Flying Kngla hnd
seven out of eight present nnd the
Eagle hnd eight present. Tho Stag
nnd woir patron also naa good at
Oeorgo ltyord la getting to be
quite a favorite with the boy. Ho
U I The HANDy BOY AT HONE 111 m
BY CHARLES A KING.
Layj SyATET NORMAL SCHOOL. PLVMOUTH.N.H. ilpf
Tha "moiitui whirligig" la tin In
teresting project for the boy who
keeps pots and who likes to fix
thlnga up for tholr cijmfort for the
"." mvwn ii ciiijuj. I milium Ull
the wheel which turna bv hla welsht
as he runa upon It: oven though h)
iraveia nuieu every oay tno ran
Hint ho never loaes hla Interest In
attempting to reach tho top of the
wneei snows Jiint it la anything but
a hnrdshlp to him.
Tho top of tho cage Is 78 x 0 x 9
Inches the back 7-8 x 0 x 11 1-1
Inches the bottom 7-H X 9 X K 1-8
Inches may bo of any kind of aoft
wood or n wooden box of about thla
alzn may bo used though tho tatter
would uo opon upon omy one sme
Instead of threo aldea aa shown In
Cut a door or handhole about 2x
8 Inches In the back and fit a door
or cover thnt can bo opened easily
and closed aocurely and nail plocos
together. Mako the 7-lnoh wheel
of the whirligig of a pleco of heavy
pnper packing board or of a pleco
of very light wood. Make tho aplndle
or a piece or straight rounu wood
a dowel for example and 10 14
Inches long lloro a email hole In tho
exact center of each end nnd drive
a 1 1-3 No. 1C brad Into each hole
for about half of Ita longth. File tha
Is our new assistant acoutmaater
and he promises to bo somo leader
athletically and otherwise. Wo all
know aomotlilng about boxing now.
Harvey Hosa. Iloporter.
Hello folks hero wo ara again
Just have been too laty to wrlto tho
news up. Wo wero well pleased
wlthho election nnd hope that they
will carry out nil their promised
mado In tho campaign.
Our mooting last Thursday was
well attended and wo aro very glad
to aeo many of tho boya coming
bnok to the fold after being absent
tor aomo time. Our new bulge and
flag arrived and "oh' .boy" they
aura nro koen and all tho boya tiro
vory woll pleasod. Wo aro proud
of thorn nnd hopo to get a chanco
to show them to you soon.
Wo nro planning on an overnight
hlko In tho near future na the boya
aro very anxious to get out onco
nioro and thon we havo sevoral
testa that must bo passed as booh
Well boys wo did It We havo
a man elected. H. C. Adams did
tho trick. T.lston let ma whisper
lomathlng Snappy Bervlco you sure-
ly nro anappy. aren't you? Well
wo are from Missouri anow us. Wo
don't bolleve In bragging or any-
thing llko that but nre'nt we good?
Well 1 should cry. Did you aeo
ua last Friday? Weren't wo good?
Wo camo 35 strong. Many were ab-
sent because of various reasons. It
tnkes a Uvo troop to deliver tha
goods aa we havo dono. A good
troop attracts aa a magnet. Wo
havo done this. We nt least
showed you troopa wo wero nllvo.
Wo nro tor out but ovcry onco In a
whllo wo can show our stuff. Woll
13 aecond olnas threo stars three
Ufa nnd two Ks sles. Jennings nnd
Toby acquired tho coveted rank.
Isn't this a bunch? Wo nlso had
several merit badges awarded Mr.
Kvnna must be mad at Oblo for
cheating him out of hla Job I hopo
our now administration doesn't
throw all of us In Jail mistaking
our yelling nnd fuss to something
stronger than water. Hay four bo
good Maggie don't beat tip Jlgga
before noxt week. Wo pity you
Jlgga. Aa these two warring tribes
iro at a disarmament conference
wo ahnll give later newa next week.
The Count v Column
riy H. W. MBYI5R.
You fellow who nro meeting
every week nnd taking a hlko about
two or threo ttmea a month or otton-
er ran not realize how lonesomo it
is to Uvo In a town where thero is
no scout troop no Y. M. C. A no
Uvo church club for boys or any-
thing llko that. Of course nearly
every town has aomo athletics or
other doing In the school but you
get me boys no regular gang with
Homethlng going on nnd something
to do with a man or two to keep
tho thing running along smoothly.
It'a hock that's all and I feel
mighty sorry for thoso fellows.
Mrv Fitch nnd I sometimes como
across a bunch of fellows on tho
street who Just don't know what
to do with themselves. lAnt Sun-
day afternoon In ono of our coun-
try towns wo found a boy with n
scout lint decorated with a second
class badgo perched on ths top" of
hi noble dome and wo aald "Hello
scout." Ho said tho same and stuck
out ins paw ana gavo us a scout I tho club would 'work on tho ro
shake FrouLtbat Unio on wo vrerajcolvlpg equipment at Uie last moot
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Spinel te of Whocf
head off and make the brads aa
smooth an possible for tho whirligig
turna upon them. Mako the hub c.
of the wheel of a piece of 7-8 Inch
square wood through which a 3-8
Inch hole should bo bored; faalon
this upon thn spindle nt tho height
to aupport tho wheel for It depends
upon the hub to keep the wheel fas-
tened firmly to tha aplndle. Balance
tho wheel by supporting tha spindle
horizontally upon tho brads; turn
the wheel nnd If ono part of It atops
at tho bottom ovcry time either cut
tho wheel away at that phtco or
drlvo a small nnll In tho opposite
side to make tho wheel balance.
lloro a email hole at b In tho
under aide of the top to receive tho
brad In the top or tho aplndlo; It
may bo eaaler to boro through from
tho top but In nny caee It must he
bored at tho right slant to permit
tho brad to turn easily Tho block
d should bo mado of a piece 13 x
1x3 Inchfn long with a hnlo bored
at a to receive tho bottom brad of
tho aplndlo; thla also must bo bored
at Just tho right angle to permit
the brad to turn easily In It. With
tho top brad of the bottom brad In
tho nolo In thn top and the bottom
brad In hole a of the base block n.
place the latter upon the floor of
pals. Wo had n long talk. Ho cams
up to the church that night and
brought somo fellow with htm.
Haw him again Tuesday and ho
aald "Say mister when wo gonna
havo a troop horo?" Well lad wo
hope right soon and tho sains to
tho rest of you fellows we hopg to
havo troops that won't bust: troops
In ohargo of men who will stick;
hiking troops; courts of honor; clvlo
work for tho old town oto.
Sand Spring Troop 1.
Mooting regularly with Mr. Hill.
We meet In tlip community church
nnd Invito ovcry boy who la Inter-
ested In being a regular guy. Mr.
Hill reports thnt Mr. Fitch and Mr.
Mayor were In town trying to get
ua nil lined .up In a real council
with executive and nil that.
Sand Spring Troop 2.
Meeting in the Iiaptlst church as
usual. Mr. Htout and committeemen
on the Job. Sow Mr. Meyer around
town n good deal lately with that
national hendqunrters man. They
had aomo confab about acouta at
tho chamber of commerce the other
night and It auro looks llko we're
going to have an executive big
camp court of honor local counoll
nnd so forth. We havo our eara
to tho ground.
Broken Arrow Troop 1.
Olx boy wo aro on our wAy for
more scouting. Lost week flcout-
mastcr Calloway Asslstanst Scout-
master itowles Mr. Severson Mr
Nelbllng. Mr. Johnson Mr Drum-
bough Itovcrend Hrewer and some
others were nt the church and
talked about getting a flrat claaa
council for all tho troops In the
county. Those' acout men who were
nt our mooting Mr. Fitch and Mr.
Meyer were there too. Thla ought
to be a big boost for our father
and son dinner. Don't forgot that
date February 8.
Chamber of commerce appointed
a commltteo to co-operate with
Tulsa council for the purposo of
worklrtg out plan of organizing lo-
cal acout committee. No troop now
Dawson Troop I.
Meeting on Friday nights In the
publlo school. D. 1'. Collins soout-
master Freddlo Bmlth assistant.
Hold Bcot committee meeting
last Friday. A. C Wit chairman :
ltov. J. If. Ilradley Clyde Presley j
u. it. lninyaro wiiunrn cross ana
Hoy Yochnni are the commltteo to
form a local scout committee.
Mr. Meyer of Tulsa met with
H O. King. Itevcrend Crabtrce ltov-
erend Lorenz Floyd H. Miller Terry
Denton W. C. Catvs and B. 11. All-
ton. This Is the beginning of scout-
ing In Jenks. Watch us I
The Radio Club
Tho Radio club hold lta regular
weekly meeting last night and more
fellows turned out than over beforo
with tho exception of the first few
nights that the club was atartod.
Wo con still "usu" moro of you
however and hopo to aeo yon soon.
Two rocelvlnr sets were discussed
last moetlng one of which waa de-
cided upon It was expected that
Ihn nlilli lfAlll.1 'irnrk nn Ihn pa.
! I - ) ! II I
ths cngo and move It until tho whoel
turna freely at which place the
block should bo fastened by a couplo
of I Inch brads.
Cover tho threo sides of tho cngo
with wire netting not coarser than
1-4 Inch mesh na Indicated In tho
front view; place a squiiru baking
powder or eplco tin upo)i lta aldo
and fill It loosely with cotton to
aervo as a bed chamber atrew
eomo sawdust on the floor provide
a email dish for drinking water and
the cngo will be ready for tho mouse.
If ho shows a tendency to gnaw out
tho wlro netting may be extended
around tho Inside or a piece of tin
may 'bo tacked around the door to
protect tho wood for If the ferocious
nnlmn! should escape he would un-
doubtedly create a panic among tho
fomlnlno members of the family.
Catch ono or two mlco nnd place
them In a cngo; If they do not learn
how to run on tho wheel.boro a holo
through tho top of the cage over the
back or upper edge of tho wheel and
dnnglo a pleco of cheese or other
delicacy there which will encour-
age thorn to attempt to roach It.
with the rceult that tho wheel will
turn after which no coaxing will be
Ing but na all of the material that
had been ordered had not arrived
at that time the work had to bo
Wo havo not heard from any moro
experienced radio men but It wo
do not wa havo other Interesting
schedules planned. Two qutto in-
teresting paper were read at tho
last moetlng: tho first taken from
adln was on the construction of a
simplified lnng'nnd short wnvo re-
ceiving outfit while the second was
taken from a new and promising
llttlo rndto mngaxtno called Tho
Modulator entitled. "How to Effi-
ciently riatv Your Set!" The latter
artlole was quite timely na many
of tho members aro contemplatlng-
hllll.ltnfl ttiAlr nnffltfe t
Wo would like to aeo column
county-wide ao follow countymen
let us hear of your activities. Per-
haps we could organize Into a coun-
ty organization and have interesting
topics in this column about the sur-
rounding stations at the various
towns. Think this over and wrlto
Wo aro again entprlng a pica to
hear from the moro experienced op-
erators. Tho abovo and Interested
county radiomen pleaso communi-
cate with J. 11. 1-otvis C20 South
Cincinnati or phono Osago 0324.
Put Into a mixing bowl
2 tablespoonsful sugar.
1 tablespoonful cooking oil (or
114 tablespoonsful margerlno.)
J teaspoonful salt
Add I cupful milk.
3 cupatul flour Into whloh ha
been sifted 4 level teaspoonsful bak-
ing powder. Save out a llttlo of tho
flour and mix with 1 cupful raisins
and add to the dough after tho main
part of tho flour has toon well
Drop by spoonsful Into greased
muffin tins and bake about 20 min-
utes In a quick oven.
Hervo hot. This recipe make 12
very largo or 18 small muffins. A
fine dish for luncheon.
-e WEDDING gf POCAHONTAS
Tho Wedding of Pocahontas.
Of course you know tho story of
how Pocahontas saved the II to of
Captain Smith when ho was about to
bo killed by tho Indians. But havo
you ever heard the truo story of jho
wedding of Pocahontas nnd John
Ilolfe about a year and a half later?
Tho marrlago ceremony was curi-
ous because it combined many crudo
Indian customs with tho English
ways which wero very much tho
same then as now.
The wedding was celebrated in tho
only church In Jamestown Va.
a crude little building of stone and
logs. Tho Inside walls were covered
with awcot-smolUng evergreens'
great clustcrs'ot tlowera and acarlet
holly berrlea were placed here nnd
thoro till tho church was as gay and
fragrant as could bo.
Tho bride Pocahontas was dressed
In a long loose rot' of hand-woven
white muslin and from her head;
hung a long white veil very much
the tamo as brides wear now.
Fastened loosely around her feet
wua a rich robo given her by Kir'
Thps Dftlo tho governor .of tho
Stmflotccr Troop 1
We bono to bo able to clva a de
tailed account next Sunday of tho
meeting of our local council' Friday
Our new class In scouting Is to bo
composed of Dorothy Hiirro Doro-
thy Uradshaw Ituth Fulling Mary
Ann Hvorett Lucille Tanner and
Margaret Denow. Welcomo to our
troop girls! Our "long long lino"
surely is "growing."
Nineteen Sunflowers reported at
the Iteil Cross work rooms to onroll
in the class being Instructed In first
nld and homo nursing last Tueeday.
Wo nro honing this class can bo
divided for convenience In handling
and so thnt tho more advanced
acouta mas do additional work and
socuro their Hod Cross certificates.
Our Initiation party last Saturday
ovenlng was a "howling" success
from start to finish. Tha candle
servlco waa very ably conducted by
1-pnoro Prelsker during which Iris
Vance Cleo Burl:. Alllo McMahon.
Aladlll Emerson Edwlna Brown nnd
Oalia Crandall pledged themselves
as willing to Abide by the girl scout
laws and promise.
Madell Kmorson passed her cook-
ing and Cleo Burk her Ironing- test
On girl wis absent from each
patrol Inst Monday ao our attend-
ance wa not quite up to ths stand-
ard ns It. usually la.
Tha stunts at our party last Sat-
urday wero unusually clever and
original. Patrol 1 gavo a comical
tragedy entitled "King of the Canni-
bal Isles;" patrol 2 gavo a clever
exhibition of "fainting;" patrol 3 a
gym class; patrol 4 a country
school; patrol 5 Cinderella; patrol
S gave us their personal history In
song and Marutrlte McLaughlin of
patrol 7 mado her debut In public
Gladys Hupp Anna Hardy
Eleanor McCuen and Hilda Kssley
composed tho committee In charge of
our party and wo votod thorn royal
entertainers. The girls by acting on
this committee passed ono of tho
requirements f tho hostess badge
In a creditable manner.
Wo were delighted to have Miss
Blades our former captain with ua
at our initiation service. We wero
disappointed In not having the troop
from Vera which could not como
because of bad weather. The third
time Is the charm they say; so
hero's hoping! 1
Nowa from five troopa last Sun-
dayl Wasn't that fine? -
Flying Eagle Troop 3
"Ara you awfully tired of play llttlo
Weary cscoiraged and alck?
Then I'll tell you the most wonder-
ful game In tho world-
Do something for somebody
We had a good attendance at our
last meeting and hopo It will con-
tinue and grow larger.
The girls of troop 3 Whlttler
school are conducting a candy eale
fortho benefit of our limited troaa-
ury. Hero's good luck.
Threo girls of our troqp drew
straws to. see which ono would at-
tend tho council banquot Friday
night. LaVcro Shoenfelt provoked the
lucky one but as ahe la alck Ber-
nlco Martin will take her place.
dlrls pay your dues;
treasury grow. .
The girls who sell tho moat candy
at our candy sale will have the "honor
of acelng their names In next Sun-
day's paper. Watch for them.
Our captain Mrs. Clark was 111
fast meeting and unable to attend.
Hero's hoping for quick recovery.
Mrs. Bowman was thero.
I wonder how Maude and Ioulsa
llko to bo "sergeant of arms." Do
you? Ask them.
Troop 3 Is still earncatly praying
for good weather and spring so that
we may tako n good long hike. Do
you other troopa Join us In this most
hearty wish? Wa hopo so. p
Foryelgelmenot Troop 6
We held our regular business
meeting Friday night. January 27.
Tho following girls have paid up
their dues In full: Mngglo Bartleson
Hnrol Davidson. Mabel Burns. Mary
Oodfrby Mildred Fish and Rxlo
colony and heavily embroidered by
Pocahontas and her maidens.
A gaudy fillet was bound around
"D a Good Turn Hi!.-
Provence. Wo are mighty proud of
theso glrla and hopo we can report'
all of Jhem paid In full l.u
Wo ara doing fine In our wnrfc t
.the second class badges ami n-
alm Is at least a dozen second class
scouts In a very short time.
Thrn nf tia Iiava itlrAa
pleted our health records for health
winner's badge and ono of tut
other glrla la atartlng on hers.
Wlldrose Troop 7
Our meeting waa onened hv tn.
Ing "America." and then giving ths
Pledge of alleglanco to the flair Mir.
Jorlo Pahmcycr gavo us a report on
our treasury nnu we have planned t.
candy salo to earn money to build
up our fund and pay our de'jts.
ft la time for dues again ttrtfc
Several ald last Tuesday.
We discussed the local council and
Marjorlo and Elizabeth wore ap-
pointed to servo at tho banquet. Wt
certainly appreciate tha efforts of
Mlas Messner to Ret Us. a local coun-
cil. Wo know how hard aha hat
Ono of our newest acouta Clara
Van Horn la proving herself a loyal
scout by her willingness to serve.
In offering to ' finance the troop
tnko charge of tho candy sale and
help plan tho program for next
Tuesday. PatroJ 4 will take chars
of the program for tho next meet-
ing. Who's next?
ICatherlna Noonen Nellie and
Elizabeth Van Zant passed part of
Wo are glad to -see two old facts
with us again and hope that Hlit
llalrd and Madalene Bur.on will at-
tend the meetings regub:ly now. We
also had two prospective acouta with
ua Frances Lobaugh and Marian
Hand. We tnlssad several of our
regular acouta last Tuesday among
whom were iVIvlan Early Juanlta
Specs and Evelyn .Basset.
Tha scribe wlshca to thank Elisa-
beth Van Zant for writing last
week'a news when she waa ill and
could riot attend tho scout meeting
and tho rally. (Mercl. beaucop. mad-
amolaelto; ropeto oncore s'll vous
Through a mistake of the scribe
It -was announced that Lilian Jones
had dropped. Happily this was a
mistake. Wo hopo to havo Lilian
back with us soon.
If Eleanor can aay "thrifty" yet.
When tho birthday of tho flag Is
(not the Fourth of July Eliza-
beth.) What you would do In case of
fire In a crowded butldln.?.
When wo can go on a hike.
Why they call Elizabeth "vain." '
The senses of tho Indian aro ex-
tremely acute. There Is a story told
to prove this statement. Ono day a
hunter belonging to ono of the
western tribes discovered that a
pleco of venison which ho had hung
up before his tent dtoor before go-
ing to the hunt had been stolen.
Boon after taking observations ho
set off through tho woods In pursuit
of tho thief. AXtot going a little x
distance ha met some ptraona and A
Inquired of them whether they had
seen a little old white man with a
shotgun. Accompanied by a small
dog with a short tall.
Thoy said thew hod seen hlra and
upon .tho Indian assuring them that
the man thus described had stolen
hla venison during his absence they
asked how he could give such on ao-
curato description of one he ha
never seen. Tho Indian replied:
man by hla having to stand on a !!
nf Ktones to reach mr venison. That
"ho Is an old man I know by his abort
steps which I havo traced over in
dead leavea in tne woous. ina.i u"
la whlto I know by hla turning out
his toes -when ho walks which an
Indian never 'does. His gun
know to be short by tho mark of
tha muxzlo made Jn rubbing the
htrl nf thn trA where It leaned
That hla dog Is small Plenow by his
I discovered by tho mark It mad f
in tno oust wnere 11 was sunns
tho tlmo his master was taking
down my venison. I'll catch my
thief." t v
And with these words the observ-
ant Indian continued in pursuit c
his man. -
her head and held In place feath-
ers and wings of birds of gorgcrus
colors. Her wrlsta and anklea were
adorned In real Indian alylo wltn
bands of Indian Jewelry carved aim
twisted bands of motal and bead in
Down tho Street They Walked.
Tho wedding ptoceaslon started
tome dlatanco from the cliurcn.
Down tho atreeta of tho little village
they walked. Pocahontas with t
governor in front tho entire council
and tho five English women of tno
colony next and all tha nearby in
Into tho llttlo ohapal they marched
and the marrlago aarvtco was react
by ths minister of ths Church of
Afterwards bread and home-made
grape wins was served to all ana a
gay llttlo party drnnk tho health or
tho happy blrdo and groom.
Pocahontas alwaya pruved to do
real friend to tho Virginia colonists
and 1 they wero glad to havo nr
many one of their number.
Not long after the wedd rig wj
brldo and groom went to Lnglano
and their friends wished them Joy
and a safe return.
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