Camp - Fenstermacher
;iDATE FOR BIG CAMP June 1 Will See Husky Youngsters Youngsters Heading For Camp Tahlequah On IHinois River To Enjoy Annual Outing- Younger Boys June 25 Camp Tahlequah, the Y. M. C. A. summer camp for boys, will be oi >«n this year from June 1 to 11 for tlie older boys and from June 16 to 2S for the younger boys. Tt is announced that application for •jnroUment on the camp muster rolls must be made before before the 29th of May, In order that the leaders may.Jc«ew the nunri »cr^-«t bovs for whom arrangements mtist be made. According to General Secretary Fen»- termacher of the ^(uskogne Y. M. C. A., it is expected tliat the attendance attendance at the camp this year will aur- pass that of all past years. Plans ara being made that should make It certain certain that every boy who goes will have a good time. The camp Is situated on a bluff overlooking the Illinois rivei* lees than six miles from the city of Tahlequah. The Plot of ground, whlqh Is 50 acre0 In extent. Is hoavlly wooded, with open spaces for baseball and other outdoor sports. An excellent spring Is located on the camp <flte and there is good fishing In the river. Boating and bathing bathing facilities also ure good. Steps are being made to make of the camp a permanent one, with screened in dining dining room and kitchen. An elaborate description of what each boy will need Is prinited in a little foli'er, which may be had from Secretary Fenstermacher upor application. application. It Is stated In the folder that the camp management fully realize* the rpHponslbility for taking eivery precaution precaution for the health and safety ot the boys and parents are advised thfit the camp will be In charge of camp leaders of more than 15 years experience. experience. Included In the foldfTs are ap rllcaflon blanks for the camp.