Clipped From The Brownsville Herald
ewes to p. Los CHARITY HOME HEAD RESIGNS Miss Lydia' Champion Will Replace Mr*. Starck At Institution fylrs. A. C. Starck, for the past seven years manager of the Brownsville Charity Home, has tendered her resignation, it was announced Saturday, and will leave Brownsville. She is to be succeeded by Miss Lydia Champion. Mrs. Starck stated that the step was taken 'because of personal affairs which demand her attention. She expects to leave within the next few days for a vacation in Mexico before taking up any other duties. Mrs. Starck took occasion to express her gratitude to the minis- ters, city officials, merchants and the various clubo and other organizations who have aided her in the conduct of the Home during her management. During her work with the home a great deal has been doing for unfortunates of the city, and the Christmas dinners which have for many years been the custom have become a holiday institution. Many Will Attend Picnic of Ohioans (Special to The Herald) HARLINGEN, Aug. 30.--Since the Ohio association picnic falls on a holiday. Labor Day, a !arge attendance is expected at the annual picnic to be held at the Valley ground! here Monday. The association meets annually on Labor Day. An Ohio day will be selected ior observance during the Valley Mid-Winter Fair In November. Furs are being dyed practically any coior, so that fashionable women may now have a special fur to wear with every gown.