May Day Meet - Fenstermacher

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May Day Meet - Fenstermacher - May Day Field Event To Be An Interesting One...
May Day Field Event To Be An Interesting One -*— The supervision committee of the Public School Athletic league, consisting consisting of Superintendent Monroe, the ward school principals, C. H. Fenstermacher. Fenstermacher. and Miss Hernice Veifch, has completed all arrangements for the May Day Held meet of the pulilic schools which will be held Friday afternoon, May 2nd, at the Fair Grounds. This will be the first iiutilie exhibition exhibition of the general aihletic and i)hvs- ical culture work of the ward schools. Over four hundred bovs and girls representing representing all the grades from the third up to Iho high school will Jake part in the contests, dances, and drills. All the ward schools will be dismis.sed tor the occasion, and it will be a gala day for children and parents alike. The program will begin promptly at two o'clock on Friday afternoon. Kvery ward school will lie represented by boys in the following contests: Running Running broad and running high Jumps, dashes, relay races, and three legged races. The boys are divided into tour classes according to size and weight, each class competing in four events. The Judges selected for the bois' con- tesTs are as follows: Dr. P. P. Nesbitt, Nesbitt, B. B. Wheeler, Horace flenson. J. F. Darby, Eugene M. Kerr. Maynr Perry Miller, C B. Law, Rev. O. E. Goddard, and Chas. H. Hopkins. The contests for the girls consist of Swedish Folk dances, third and fourth grades; Highland Fling,-fifth and sixth grades; wand drills, seventh and eighth grades. The Central high school orchestra under the direction of Mi.ss Russell will furnish music for these events. The Judges for the girls contests are as follows: Mrs. J. L. Templeton, Mrs. Jessie Duke-Richardson. Duke-Richardson. Mrs. C. E. Russell. Mrs. Geo. Ransom. Mrs. DeRooa .Bailey, Mrs. W. L. Lindhard, Mr. E. .N, Collette. Mr. Wyeth H. Jordan, and Rev. H. C. Shlffler. Arrangements have, been made for street car service to the Fair Grounds and a big attendance of enthusiastic friends and patrons of the schools is expected. The public schools of Muskogee Muskogee are fostering physical training as one means of education of ch'ldren. It Is not the Intention to develop in_ dividual athletes but to give physical •development to large growing children will be awarded to the winners of each event. The badge of the Public School Athletic league is awarded to every boy eligible to compete by reason of passing the preliminary tests two weeks ago. HUSBAND NAILED RUBBER ON GATES Wife so Weak and Nervous * Could Not Stand Least Noise — How Cured. Munford, Ala. —"I was so weak and nervous while passing through the Change of Life that I could hardly live. My husband bad to nail rubber on all the gatea for I could not stand it to have a gate slam. "I also had backache backache and a fullness in my stomach. I noticed that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Vegetable Compound was advertised for such cases and t sent and got a botlie. - It did me so much good numbers of ^. The contest feature enters Into the exercises in order to develop school spirit and loyalty. All punfls competing will be required to mamtaln certain scholarship standing. standing. The warJ .school scoring the largest number of points wiU be given Oie tiiat I kept on taking it and found it to be all you claim. I recommend your Compound to all women afflicted as I was. "-Mrs. F. P. M ULLENDORE , Munford, Munford, Alabama. An Honest Dependable Medicine is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Compound. A Root and Herb medicine originated originated nearly forty yei^ ago by Lydia E. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass., for controlling controlling female ills. Its wonderful success in this line has made it the safest and most dependable medicine of ttie age for women and' no woman suffering from female ilia does herself justice who does not give it a trial. If yon have the slightest doabt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Tegreta- hle Compound will help yon,write to Lydia ]^.Pinkbam MedicineCo. (confidential) Iiynn,]IIass.,forad» Tic^ Tour letter will he^qpenedc '~jmi$,MUWi««4'.1>a^' ^

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 29 Apr 1913, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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