Campfire Girls - Fenstermacher
C. H. Fenstermacher gave a dinner call and the campflre girls and guar- dlans sat down to their first meal of camp life this summer. The girls who left Mus'uogee were Altu Miller, Mary Hart, Ruth Swanson, Swanson, Gertrude...Bonnell, Curtis Leo'Kley, Helen Bartleson, Anna O'Shea, Laura Smalley of Sapulpa, formerly of Muskogee, Muskogee, Nevada Brown, Doris Brown, Ruth Brown, Blanche Brown, Lillian Coe, Lillian Reisburg, Helen Glnsburg, Dorothy Page, and the guardians and chapcrones were Mesdames F. Davis, Phil Brown, Joe Brown, E. Atkins, and Miss Ruby Shimmerman of St. Louis. Three Muskogee girls, Misses Dorothy Davis, Harrlette Reis burg, and Lorine Bell, who are at- tendlng\ normal at Tahlequah will spend part of the week at the camp. Mrs. W. D. Wright will leave next Wednesday morning with another bevy of local campflre girls who are detained detained in town until after the Fourth on account of family dinners and reunions. reunions.