Halloween - Fenstermacher

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Halloween - Fenstermacher - Big Stunt For "the Boys On Halloiveen Night...
Big Stunt For "the Boys On Halloiveen Night Superintendent of Cttj Schools Edwin S. ft^nroe, a council of the echool principals, and Mr. C. H. Kenistermacher, director of boya' institutional institutional work in Muskogee, are plannin|[ a gtfSSt ceMbratlon - aad merrytadking -lor tho boys of the city for Hallowe'en night, which is Tuesday, October 3l8t. The boys in the ward schools of the city will be divided into three groups. Each of theae groups, one in each part of the city, will aasem- ble upon the particular school ground of their district.' They will be In the care of the principal of the school, and some Invited assistants. assistants. The programs will start at 7:16, and continue until 10:36 or 11 o'lcock. The program will include a glaiit bon-flre, Indian dances, athletic and physical contests, such as wrestling, running races and the like; stories of the frontier days by pioneer Oklaho- mano, and last, but not least,, the mysterious ending of the niytserlous exerclaes of the mysterious night. No, it will not be one of tb,oee "Chhhh-whheeeee—who turned out the light?" e^idlngs, but a real bushel of rollicking fun that the boys win enjoy. The school principals and Mr. Tenstennacher are working up the plans for the big celebrationTenter- tainments, which will be attended by flve-slxtha of the boys In town on that night. These entertainments for the young lads of the tity have been ;Jlven at Enid, Okla., under Mr. Fenstermacher's Fenstermacher's supervision and in fv^ry n Instance the b^ys bad a grand^ {-aod glorious time, ralsei no tTMUirt ^W, and went quietly home ^en tbe^ro- gramn were^ finished fighting.*' A small boy la perched on the shoulders of a fargeCone, and a party of these get together, and the iders try to dislodge one another like knights of old in th«ir Uou ^a- ^ments. Another feature is ttaeff enlng of a barrel of apples, and placing it in the center of a 20-foot ring, from where the superintendent of the playground throws the apples into the air. They are caught by the boys, but the one who steps over the line of the ring is counted out and "punished" accordingly. CREEL 'QUELLIN DEAD. Creel Qu«llln, the 3-year-old son Of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Quellln, 814 Kalamazoo street, died last night at the family residence. The funeral funeral will be from the home at eight o'clock tomorrow. *r- HELEN IJA HAY IMPROVES. Miss Helen La Hay, who has been quite ill at the Baptist hospital, hospital, where she underwent an operation operation for appendicitis, returned to her home last evening, very much improved, ^ _^ Better Muzzle Or Cop Will llluzzle your dog at race. If it',| is ftmnd on the streets without a muzzle the police pr the dog catch- «f .Is authorized to kill It or imr pitiund It, at their option. At the meeting of the city council ttuis morning an amemdment to the pre- .riouB ordinance compelling the muzzling muzzling of all dogs was passed, read. 'Ing as follows: At Enid tbecIiKr of poHcef^Jif OBJ '-a^ti^^ A ^t. t, U ^ . twenty sneclaj pbllcemen to protect' . T^^^^l,*; ^ the:lroi>ertv of citizens from Hallo- *\VS ^""hv "^f. "'...^"^'''S we'en marauders. Not one of his coHc«'^«^«rtJ^«n. ^. ^^'""""^^ n.en reported . slr^rle Instance ot ^^^^^ ^''''l'^^^^};^'^''^'''''''^J^ ^ rowdyism to the chief. «s all the J cau^ to ^ taJ?!„ ,™T^- 7 boys were attending the athletic Tu^Jf^ «^fm-? ; T^^i"*" .vents on different school grounds. I .inning at" Targe ^ and were too busy to think up any * trouble. One of the features of the evening the at terms tion of ance." This amendment of in this vlola- ordln- is a' precaution will be what is called "mounted cock taken because of ^tbe great dUfi-

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat29 Sep 1911, FriPage 1

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)29 Sep 1911, FriPage 1
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