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FIVE PERIODS ARE
OFFERED BOYS AT
NEW KI-RO-Y GAMP
What better vacation is there
than a camping trip? Fun ' pl
ercise, nature stud"
rSS' rest, good
tnC CTuar, fresh air all play
'tueir part in making camp one of
the very best places in the world
to be. Richmond now has a splen
did camping site all her ownfor
all boys of the city made possible
by the thought, work and money
of the Kiwanis and Rotary clubs
and the Y. M. C. A. Ki-Ro-Y, aa
the new camp is called, will grow
more and more, we expect, to be
an important and very popular part
of the city's interests.
"Sid" Peters, new physical direc
tor of the "Y," and Perry Wilson,
boys' secretary, who already Is
known to most of the boys of the
city, will be in charge of the camp
during the present summer. Five
camping periods will be held from
July 27 to Sept. 1 for the boys of
ages varying from 10 years to boys
in the senior class at high school.
July 27 the first period will t3
gin, and will last 10 days. Thi3 is
for boys aged 10, 11 and 12 years.
The second period will begin on
Aug. 5 and will be for boys of the
same ago as the first period, but
will last for just five days.
For boys of 13, 14 and 15 years
of age a 10-day camping period will
commence Aug. 9.
For boys of the same age a five
day camp will open Aug. 18.
The fifth and last period for the
the summer will be the Hi-Y camp,
from Aug. 22 to Sept. i. Boys who
are in the sophomore, junior or se
nior classes of senior high school,
or boys who are oul of school.
Any boy in the city who wants to
go on any or these camps should u'u'j e- by little ones; Recita
make his application at the earliest lZ"u by little ones: Sone. SheDherd
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; TO HAVE FIELD DAY
I TUESDAY, JUNE 20
AH of the echool playgrounds of
the city will observe field day
Tuesday, June 20. AH children are
urged to enter in and help make
this one of tho best field days ever
observed. Ribbon prizes will be
given to those winning first, sec
ond and third places. The events
taking place are as follows.:
Doys, eight years and under 40
yard dash, running high jump.
Girls, eight yeard and under 40
yard dash and egg race.
Boys, age nine and ten years
B0 yard dash and running high
Girls, age nine and ten 50 yard
dash, egg race, and throwing of
Boys, age 11, 12, and 13--75 yard
dash, running high Jump.
Girls, age 11, 12, and 13 60
yard dash, egg race, and throwing
Boys, age 14 and 15100 yard
dash, running high Jump, and pole
Girls, age 14 and 15 60 yard
dash, egg race, and throwing of the
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
Graduation exercises of St
Mary's school will be hold at St
Mary's church Sunday, June 18, at
7:30 o clock. The program is as.
The Rosary (Prayer)
Address ....Father John Gallagher
Conferring ol Diplomas . ,
Father W. J. Cronin
Those graduating from the
eighth grade are:
Joseph Barton, Robert Branden
burg, Richard Harrlngtort, Gerard
Harrington, James Mulrooney, Al
Vin Reeves, Charles Tleman, Myron
Illpskind and Francis Cook.
Tho alumni members of Ihe
school will take thi? year's gradu
ates formally into thr-lr association,
Monday "'ng, June 19.
THE JUNIOR PALLADIUM
Weekly Section of Richmond Palladium
Juniors May Play Tennis
Juniors of Richmond will now
have a chance to learn how to play
tennis as two courts have now been
established at Glen Miller V-J.
ana rour at tno soutn ihty-sec
court- ..,r,; in ,
, ill k ii iw I J
There are also
at Earlham which are under the
direction of the Richmond Tennes
association and a small fee of 50
cents, which will go towards the
upkeep of the court3, will be asked
of all players under 16 years of age.
However, the tennis courts at Glen
Miller Park and Twenty-second
streets will be free to all and a
special instructor, Mr. Shelton Sim
mons will be in charge.
" Juniors are urged by Mr. Slocum
of tho Richmond Community Ser
vice to play during the hourswhen
other people are working. Many
demands have come lately to Mr.
Slocum for establishing the tennis
ST. JOHN'S PUPILS
The children of St. John's school
are practicing the program for
Children's Day. They are also
studying a program for Fourth of
July, which is to be at the Orphan's
The program for Children's Day
is as follows: prelude, song, Ho
sanna we sing; Opening service;
Recitation by Harold W'hipherl
German piece by Helen Nordseck,
Recitation", children of Miss
Nicklese' room; Recitation, Roland.
Meyer; Recitation, Dorothy
man; Song, There taj t-V h"JT
, --w Miaa Mirk ea'
of tender youth; Recitation. Ralph
Cromey, Russel Hirschfield, and Lo
rine Stegman; Duet and chorus,
Paul Nicklas, Roland Fulle cho
rus all; Recitations of the primary
room; Solo by Roland Fulle; Rec
itation by Mildred Fulle and Rietta
Hirshfield; Song, Hasten the time
appointed, school; Recitation, Paul
Konkey and Paul Nickles; Song,
Mr. Zimmerman's room; Recitation
by Marie Kauper; Recitation, Rob
ert Nieweohner; Primary song; Rec
itation by Robert Tubesun; Song
by school; closing service. By
Dorothea Bode, reporte r for St.
porter of St. John's school,
BOYS WILL DRIVE
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Domesticated mountain goats and "prairie schooner" they
A team of domesticated Rocky mountain goats, hitched to a miniature
Boy Scouts, oTricially will dedicate the new Glacier trail from St. Louis to Glacier National park this sum
men The goats were captured among the crags of Going-to-the-Sun mountain in the park when but a few
day Old. They are expected to make lh.6 trip In two r5nths.
INDIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 17,
CLOWN VISITS ALL OF
ON THE OPENING DAY
The public playgrounds opened
for the summer Friday, June 16.
New equipment has been added to
each grounds and instructions in
basketry and raffia work will be
given. At the end of the season
there wiil be an exhibit and prizes
will be awarded for the best work.
All children not over 15 years of
age may enroll as a member of one
of these playgrounds. Juniors may
even bring their little brothers and
sisters along also as there will toe
sand boxes for them to play in and
stories will be told. The grounds
will be open from 9:30 to 11:30
every morning except Sundays and
from 1 to 5:30 every afternoon.
Children living in the east end
will go to the playground at Starr
school ,those living in the center of
the city to Finley, south end chil
dren to iribberd and those living in
Fairview to Sevastopol.
Mr. T. Mason Beyers will be in
charge of the grounds at Sevasto
pol, Isabel Crabb, Whitewater;
Clara pierce, Hibberd: Mildred
Crabb, Finley, and Edith Haworth
All children on the playgrounds
will have a chance to take part in
Richmond's Fourth of July celebra
tion in Glen Miller park.
The children who were at the
playgrounds Friday were given a
pleasant little surprise by "Rube1
Dalory, a clown; who visited all of
-i..wn tennis, which will eventu-'
ally become a popular sport in
Richmond, is the outgrowth of the
old French game of the courts of
the early Louis. From there it
spread to England, where it gained
a firm hold on public favour. The
game was brought to America in
the latter part of the nineteenth
century, and since has gained
It is an excellent game requiring
great activity and skill and getting
vigorous exercise of the lighter
type. It is played extensively by
both sexes and there are numerous
local tennis associations e.s well as
national ones which conduct pop
"Do they call you Tubby for
short?" - "
'"No, for width." ' ' i "
GOATS 1800 MILES OVER GLACIER TRAILS
An.lT:ui Stories Told
Mrs. Griffis planned to tell ani
mal stories at the regular story
hour at the library Saturday, June
17, from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. Last
Saturday Mis3 Foulke, librarian of
the children's department was in
charge of the stories.
PIG CLUB GROUP TO
Swimming and wading, games
and a picnic dinner will help to
furnish fun for the boys and girl-j
who are members of Wayne's Dig
Type Poland China Pig club when
they picnic on Lewis Kinscy's farm
near Green's Fork, Tuesday, June
There will also be short talk's to
the Juniors present about the best
way of taking care of their pigs.
CHILDREN TO BEGIN
The pupils of St. John's school
are going to start their orchestra
on the 13th of June. They are 'ta
hopes they will succeed in "doing
their best. "J. .
They are going to practlceitieir
program in the paRerflt of St.
John's chua-Dofottica B
PoreXtf: Is" school
MiBs Grace Perry, of Centervllle,
spent Friday with her aunt, Miss
EBther Perry, of this city.
Billy McWhinney of East Main
street spent the past week in Eaton,
Ohio, visiting his grandmother.
Miss Gracia Dixon of West Main
street has gone to her father's farm
near Brownsville, Ind., where she
wiU spend the Bummer.
Misses Marguerite and Miriam
and Master William Burbanck
started Monday with their parents
for a month's vacation trip to vari
ous places in the east Some' of
the cities they will visit are. Buffa
lo. Albany, New York and Boston.
ie IrTp Is being made by automo-
'"mr, r .. lis
will haul 1,C0 miles
prairie schooner and driven by
with planning brings Achievement
OF FIREWORKS IS
PROMISED ON 4TH
We always like to see all tho
fireworks we can when the Fourth
of July comes around and to hear
and give other people a chance to
hear all we can. Usually though,
our money is limited and wo have
to make the important decision
whether we shall spend most of our
fireworks money for crackers and
canes and torpedoes or for 'night
works" perhaps we finally decide
to divide it evenly between tho
This Fourth of July, though, tho
city is to give all of us a treat for
on that evening on Roosevelt Hill
in the Glen, one of the largest dis
plays of fireworks ever seen
Richmond will be set off as a part
of the big community celebration
to be, held that day.
Largo figure pieces will be
shown in many colors we are told
by the people planning to display.
One of tho most pretentious will
bo a representation of Niagara
Falls showinw the water and the
mist arising from the rushir-J.
ter, . --T
Other flfurejLjrJJl be an Ameri
can BeautXJre, a Tree of Liberty.
.---fand tZ electrical serpent besides
many rockets and shells of all col
ors of the rainbow.
JSach j)f tjhe four sections of the.
city into hi'cii'ri has been divided
win fire H salutes early in tha
morning awakening every one to
the city's holiday
ENJOY EVENING AS
THE GUESTS OF ELKS
The children of Wernle Home
with Father and Mother Specht,
were pleasantly entertained by
members of the Elks club on the
evening of June 14 on the smooth
green lawn of the Elks club house,
The children were escorted to the
club by member in automobiles,
and they were met at South Eighth
and A streets by the American Le
gion band much to the delight of
the ihfldrcn. , z - . 'E
AS soon 3 they left the automo
biles they were seated at tables
and served with a splendid dinner
and presented with a box of candy
and a gay balloon as a souvenir.
Many members of the club and
their families were present to help
entertain the boys and girls, and
many citizens watched the exer-,
cises from North Eighth street
The reception for the children
was part of the Flag Day program
which the Elks carry out each year
to hfcnor the anniversary of the
making of the first flag by Betsy
Ross on June 14, 1777. Like all
other patriotic little citizens would
do the children present Jumped to
their feet when the first strains of
the "Star-Spangled Banner" were,
played by the American Legion
At the close of the exercises; the
children marched and counter
marched on the lawn, waving their
balloons, and presenting a very at
A short talk was given the chil
dren by one of the club memberB
about the significance of the flag.
He said that the flag guaranteed
to them the same rights and oppor
tunities as any other child to reach
success and achievement and that
happiness would come if they fol
low the principles for which the
American flag stood. He traced
briefly the making of the first flag
by Betsy Ross and the successes
that have been reached by the na
tion since June 14, 1777.
MARS IN SOUTH-EAST
We wish to assure our readers
that Mars still rises In the east
and may be seen in the south-east
about 9 o'clock In the evening
also that Venus may be Been in the
north-west early In the evening.
Owing to an error in laRt Week's
Junior it would seem that the plani
ets were leaving their usual coui
Pes which idea we hasten to cor-.
rect . o