F) Leisure & Labor > Interurban, Walking Club & Homer Park
AUTUMN LEAVES AT HOMER PARK
DATE. Saturday afternoon, October 10, 1914.
LEADERS: G.F. Schwartz and Miss M.V. Cobb.
ATTRACTIONS. Two trips are offered, one east and the other west along the
stream. Those returning on the early
car may find the park itself sufficient attraction.
COST: About 75 cents
TOTAL WALK: (Either trip) three or four miles.
WHAT WE STAND FOR: The Walking Club stands for scenic and historic preservation and for a higher standard of conduct than that of the ordinary picnic party. We harm no fences, close gates, scatter no rubbish, put out fires, trample no crops, and break no branches. Many of the parties make it an invariable rule never to pick wild flowers, and all of us use self-restraint.