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A Three Day Whirlwind
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Four Things Will Be Give
1. COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION
3. INCREASED FARM PRODUCTIO]
1. COlOnTNITY CO-OPERATION
Get together and pull together. A BOOSTERS'
CLUB of live, determined business men, who will
lay aside petty self-interest, and work together
for the general good, will put this town on the
map, and it will stay there. Pull together to
make our town more attractive. Pull together
and bring our boys and girls to realize that in the
development of our national resources, in promot
ing more scientific fanning, in making better
schools, in building better roads, in developing
manufacturing enterprises, in bringing in up-to
date methods of merchandising, and in countless
other ways of community-building, there are op
portunities right in the "old home town" for a
career of usefulness such as can not be found else
2. BETTER SCHOOLS
Ignorance tends to poverty and poverty tends to
crime. The majority of the law-breakers and
criminals in our county jail are illiterate. Educa
tion prevents crime. It costs less to give a boy a
good education and start him on a useful career
than it would cost later on to give him a trial
and execute him for committing ? crime ; and the
result is more satisfactory. We want our town
to have as good schools as can be found in the
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The Hawkeye Glee Ciub.
Four fine young men who excel in happy har
"mony and wholesome humor. Together they
form a splendid vocal quartette, mandolin quartette and saxophone quartette.
The trios, solos, duets and readings ure equally enjoyable. To miss either one
of their appearances is to lose a rare treat
Miss Verna Leone Page, Minist of
The Gamble Concert Party, is one of
the few women violinists who has
achieved a great popularity with the
public. Her playing has a charm and
sympathy that reaches the heart, and
it is this personal note in her work
that is the secret of her invariable sue
cess. She comes before her audience
as a well bred cultured young lady,
with a charmingly modest manner
which Immediately wins her hearers.
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2. BETTER SCHOOLS
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3. INCREASED FARM PRODUCTION
The empty Market Baskets of the World are com
ing to America. Can we fill them? Bring the
farmers into closer touch with the State and the
United States Department of Agriculture for the
purpose of obtaining expert, practical advice on
farm problems, such as Fertilization, Rotation of
Crops, Intensive Cultivation, Farm Labor, Farm
Management, Marketing, Etc.
4. GOOD CITIZENSHIP
If you respond to the needs of your town with
what your town needs from YOU, then no matter
what your vocation may be, you are, indeed, a
good citizen. When a dozen such citizens get to
gether they can resurrect a town from the dead
and make it an ideal town to live in. Environ
ment creates Tendencies. What is the environ,
. ment of the boys and girls of our town ? Ideals
and Amusement? affect Character. Impure water,
foul closets, filthy back yards, merchandise unpro
tected from flies, affect Health. We don't want
any more Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Diphtheria, in
our town. Paint and lime are two of the greatest
disinfectants ever discovered. Let us paint up our
residences and stores, and whitewash trees, fences
and outhouses. It will make a healthier and pret
Mr. Ernest Bambie, 3e
tante, bas achieved a position among
tlie foremost concert sinters. His ver
satility is positively unique, while bis
enunciatiuu is itself a special gift.
The Ernest Gamble Concert Party
The fact that this is the fourteenth
consecutive and successful season ls
eloquent testimony that The Gamble
Party is a great favorite with music
There is no one star and nc supporting company. Each member is an in
dividual artist. An able critic has said, "Their programs are not so popular aa
to be musically cheap and not so classical as not to be popular."
HILO UP YOUR ?!
THE LAND OF "OPPORTUNITY."
In all tho history of this southern land of ours there has never been a mo
when "Opportunity" has been so insistently knocking al the door as now. Every
where the wheels of industry are whirling, while the pick and plow are prepar
ing to bring forth the treasures of mine and field. By co-operation of effort, ?nd
an unselfish "pulling together," good-citizens may lay the foundation and 'ld
the great city of tomorrow out of the small town of today.
FIFTEEN" HUNDRED SOUTHERN TOWNS LIKE YOURS. .
Between the Potomao jrd the Gulf of Mexico there are fifteen Ivjr.Jred
towns lik?. yotrYs. Some laryer, some smaller. They include a larger percentage
of English-speaking, native-born Americans than any other similar arec of the
entire United States. There is a larger percentage of church membership and
church attendance, and there is a higher . il tone prevailing in the homes of
these towns than in any other section of thi" great country. Whenever a young
man or young woman leaves one of these towns to seek his or her fortuno in on?
of the great cities, they leave behind them a better home and better influenc?e
than they will ever find elsewhere.
YOU NEED YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS TO BUILD YOUR TOWN.
You must hold our boys and girls by making the "old home town" tie most
attractive spot on earth. A "dead town" will never hold them. You have got to
give them clean, decent amusement and entertainment, and you have get to give
them a chance for as great a career at horne as they think they can find else
THE BIG THINGS RIGHT AT HOME.
There is an abundant opportunity right in your town and in the surrounding
country for every one of your young men and young women to achieve the very
greatest success. You need them in developing your natural resources, in pro?
meting moro scientific farming, in making better schools, in strengthening your
churches, in building better roads, in promoting manufacturing enterprises, in
bringing in up-to-date methods of merchandising, in improving sanitary condi
tions, in beautifying your homes.
THE BOOSTER CLUB CHAUTAUQUA.
Your town needs an annual Chautauqua, lt is one of the things th t helps
to make a town a better place to live in. lt is a creator of ideals and i source
of inspiration. If you are a good citizen, you are going to help in bri ging it,
and when it is over you are going to be happy because you did your putt.
.... , -, ," , -, _In their charming costumed sketches
Herbert and Hoy Manon Sprague. and playlets, just two remarkably
clever people, yet by a unique method they seem to fill the-stage with differ
ent characters. In Rip Van Winkle they present the entire story of the lova
ble vagabond in the masterly manner that has made them to the Chautauqua
what Joe Jefferson was to the stage.
William E. Adams JTrvZ/V*
Western Reserve In Ohio, which has
furnished more great men than any
like piece of territory in the world. He
das made a study of community prob
lems, and his lectures are inspiring
and of inestimable value.
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Dr. W. T. S. Cuip.-^Tmt
tninutiug and interpreting ideals. A.
student oi! great themes and a speaker
of tremeudous force and prophetic vi
don. A master of brilliant satire.
iii c lornmo A man ot iorceful
? ? Jerome.-attainments. For
?early a quarter of a century identified
with the ministry. He is member of
the Michigan state legislature. He
brings to the Chautauqua platform a
personality which inspires confidence.
I _ L, comos to the Chautau?
LamD qua splendidly fitted by
education and training to handle mod
ern truths in a forceful and striking
manner. He invests the so called ev
eryday things of life with a new beau
ty and sacredness.