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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MABCH I. IMS GLES WILL PLAY IN NATIONAL agles Run in Border Olympics Tomorrow' Lone Star Cm§e C> i/portsman, With 12 Track Men, Leaven This Morning for Annual Laredo Tilt North Texan Teachers' Eagle la<k team takes the field to- >rrow night at the Laredo High rhool stadium to defend their |tle as champions of the 1937 •rder Olympics Tomorrow nifcht ihen an even dozen of Choc's P'M fla>h their ware.- under the rhts in the border town they will :>t only Ik- initiating the local thool's strenuous track sched- but will lie defending two |eet records in th« mile run and mile relay. |('oaeh ('hoc Sportsman, who re ctied from New York early Tues- left for Laredo thin morning Jth the men he believes will have best chance to help Teachers [•liege retain the cup won last kar as champs of the Olympics. V < men are Elmer and Delmer own, 100 da--h; Alvin Chrismut: |.l .1 immie Phillips, III); 11. nrv Chat AII-Conf«r«nc« Turn J. P. V nso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH ItMW H Ik It Ib Ik r \h h * v I ■ * $ Marking the beginning of the spring series of all-College dances, the Phoreffs will sponsor the dance Saturday night from 9 until 12 o'clock in Humus Gymnasium Floyd Graham and hi* Act** of (Vdlegeland w,|j p|u>. The gymnasium will be decor- ated to i«pr«MRt a spring garden, with old-fash* tied flowers and lat- tice work carrying out the scheme. Entering the dance floor through a garden irate a ill Ik- t hi- four I'horeff pledges for the aemmter, Helen Bar&a*. Mildred Brock, . Murihu Jo Edwards, and Louise Nation, who will be formally pre- sented In the receiving line will bt Evelyn Hunt, president, and Tom Parpool; .lane Loring. vice-pre*- ident, and WinifleM Galbraith: Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, clul> sponsor, and Mrs. Mary K. Wesson, as- sistant to the bean of Women JUNIOR C L. C. HEARS DR. POWELL Speaking on "How Texas Came to You." Dr. Anna Powell ad- dressed the Junior Current Lit- erature ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1938

ry And Attend Regional T.8.T.A. Meetings Z730 (Elje Campus Chat VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1988 The Chatterbox By Shorty Someone mentioned iluit admis- ■ >n prices t<> th«' Texas and Pal- ,ii r I In at I e wci'i' being reduced i In 'veek. Verification of this tittfith-nt was attempted and it .in • a surprise to all of the thea- ter employers. No one seems to know where such an crrotiecus rumor could have started and no • • iii cenis to care. Kvery patron in whom I've talked i> interested n why th<- prices are not in effect, however. W hen I asked tlto.se rumor licai ( i for a reason for this sudden drop ill admit Moll fees they said that thi attendance records show • I thai the movie houses could op itr a profitably because more wmild nttelld at the reduced prices and i he new volume would absorb ili. reduction. Now thai sounds i :il to me Colleire 'udents may iii'i luive the time or money to I ■ ml .it movies lu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, MM i I. 191«. I fiiMMir Chair WHAT'S IN A NAME . . . This *x*k Thc Chut give# in. From no* an t hi- st udent-faculty governing body for men's campus social club* will be known in The Chat a* the Inter-Fraternity Council. In the past. all stories in The Chat have referred to the organization ax RATES, DELIVERED BY HML MR — |1.00 'he Intra-Fraternity Council. i furaiahad on application. ia rwrwd. Marual Art* IMC 107 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR RE-WRITE EDITOR SOOE EDITOR OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION Aloiuo Jamiaon, Jr.; Clyde Heath Nancy McClure Maxine Burnett William Parker REPORTERS: Maxine Burnett, Happy Demere. Han?I Mason. Virgil Lipscomb. Durwood Hayes, The Yucca in responsible for this sudden about- fine in Chat editorial policy. The change in usage at the prefixes may appear to you as most unini poriant. We assure you, however, that thi change has been made by the Chat's editors and advisors only...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, II Eagle Cinder-men Fail To Retain Olympics Cup Take L. S. C. Flay to National Tourney "7S"l"7ZZ Freshmen Run h,"- rimd 1'iare Against Eagles In Meet Friday 35 Erosli IV ill Halt If For fierih on St/itad Tomorrow lull I III oiih Ti'xiiv track retain their title m< ' 'ii (• I> in|<i«* • in Laredo, when i«nl\ <M points tn mh l'n hi itit't' in uss Mini' mt'i itii tied. ,'hl'l * Colli' i t places, , an<l tw<> Kideout up 111• iI'liuii'y in II. only wot tli. itrl'itblo Ride* . onl (1f 1(I lo topple Prida.S |io|c vault, 12 I sard dash, MM hivrh jump. in addition to win in (hi. mill i anoth' i first W as ii. f«■ p11 r f .rt. Ili-nr) of Kiri' to ta Itollr t'lcil I I'd second place team I'ham- « Fri- t hoy trail 'init*' and Rice with :{.*i points, i upset run-frst records flashed I- runnerw ss<m m -I'lonil, four foinih place-. ' eld T C.'s i he mile race. fir.it place, hut set a new re- 11 mei i records night svcre th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1938

v. THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1 M ■-- n* r% e-'J— y:.Li F^l^pwlw About Campus People . N«w Groon Jackets The New Entertain Members College Marquis Had Party Will The art department of the Den- ^ • *• n Ariel Club will hold a dance OMZlff bpOOSOr • until U o'clock in Harris. r Gymnasium Friday night, with P,nn„,l. music by Floyd Graham'* Orche. WOOOWIH D«nqU«t All student* and citistens of Den- _ . . ., , . , , r„nn B m.v mt Tuesday night the Geexles hehl tand. Ticketa are seventy-five th*ir ^ondannualtio.Kiwil! Ban- cr /or r'Vi fovr SJnnis^sssss r ii"T,K i "!* nu and the administrative the U neflt of the Woman. CtaJ - of lh|t Co,U.^, houHe af Denton, located in City ,, , ^ Park Thi* clut.houae ha* many , Gu«,U Pwnt. beside* the time* been the scene of important «ven prospective member., were . , . !>ean r. .1 Fouta, Associate Dean campus organ bat ion social events. w (; p K Mo,)onald, Tickets may be procured in the jack Bullock Hvder, Dr. .1 office of di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 March 1938

See "Winternet" Friday Siffht Z/Jt Campus Chat r warn VOLUMK XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1988 "■ V The Chatterbox By Shorty * \\ cdlU'sday am) Satuidu.v instil ill S« "A ale < •tlt-i.M' ('lull iiiu'bt tm S( W I ml' nl liny haw a pint t where the \ tun dunce, play giunc*. ami entertain t In 11 gue t until eloven o'clock an.I they, ill' girls, usuully invito thou gin i Here' VV licit tile lllli I'lillH' Kirl and boys from Teacliei ( <il ley have boon uipintf thi' College ( lilli a a place I'm thru pel "lltil recreation without consent <>i in vitali"ti fnun 11111 ucighbix Sum it) 'In* niiui adamant It .ml . in regard i" Hi W girl win ing tu «|ir all ( < 11«• t1,1 • ' iik"> , have l.t'i'ii frequent inj.' 'li nl1 m it limit bids ami haven't ibouglii much alxiiit th' term ''laii |tiny ' I sup itV only llanii.ll (hat lllli w till! t| ill' Ihey "In i iit i"-1 Hi ■•in when tin Anyway y u l<>■ may be It's then nl itui iii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 March 1938

THK CAMI't'S THAT. DENTON, TKXAS, THl'RSDAY, MARCH 17. 1U88 Tha New College Week. .. all-Collage dance which i« the aophomore win to held of en underground known a* the Har- row Gymnasium. An unuaual decorative *chemc U twine undertaken n order to trarmfomi thr gym into a cave filled with stalagmite* and stalac- tites Mr* J. L. King*bury, a*- sistad by Kveljrn Shelton, ha* chart# of decomtiona. In the receiving line will he Franc la J one*, elans president, and Jane Tuttle Jones, vicepre* dent; Sylva Harne.t, secretary, and date; Dr. and l|r*. Joe M. Hay. spon- sor* ; and Mr*. Mary B Wesson. Floyd Graham and his "Ace* of Collegeland" will play for the dance from S to 12 o'clock. PHOftEFFS TO HAVE PICNIC AND DANCE MAftY ARDEN CLUBS WILL SPONSOR TEA FHIOAY AFTERNOON The weekly Friday afternoon tea from 3 until 6 o'clock in (he re- ception room of I lean Clark'* of- fice will he sponsored by the Mary A den club* thi* week. Member* acting an hostojt*o* will lie Sylva Barnes, Rosalie Bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1938

Be at the Pep Rally Next Tuesday Z730 ®1fp Campus Chat wm —MM VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1988 Rank Will Give Solo Version of Shakespeare Actor Has All Roles, Comes to College March 110 i I Jack Rank. dramatic artist, will present a uric-man "Shukepcaroan Revue" in thi' auditorium <>n Wed- nesday, March •'«), at H:15 p. m., according: to an announcement hy Dr. Joe Ray, acting head of the fine arts commit tec. In this production of t h«- "Shakespearean Revue" Rank car ries in repertoire scenes from t!.e Merchant of Venice, presenting Gratiano, Ba--.«nio, Shylock. Por tia, the Prince of Morocco, and the Duke; from Julius Censar, Marc Anthony's funeral oration; from Hamlet, Hamlet's advice to the players and Polonius' advice to his son, I*ertes; from Romeo and Juliet, the balcony scene; and tin Epilogue from As you I ik«- It. A many scenes are presented as the time will allow The costumes are gorgeous in their beauty, and are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1938

I 9 THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. lt : 8 The Campus Chat Mwr'* U«*~y Chair _ ., . 4 , , TRAVEL NOTE . . . Publiahed weekly during the- college year by th. s,.vvtl(lu,. wl„ ftnd u way atudenU of the North Tcxa* Htate Teach era <..lie*, Tw|> ^ wou|<) hfcVl, uk#f1 Tvwhvn College Entered a* aecond clan* ina.l hi the port o«ce at ,u>|^.Hl(>s Sta„, ,,an Am,.n,an stu.lont F®. Denton, Texan. Dwimbtr K. l lrt. njm u„ WlH,k if Krani A,u1„r. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED HV MAIL *h,< WI>* pl«nn Hr to take t,,s '""In'1 ««k,'n On«> —-'frrtr year $1.00 the mump*. When Fran* couldn't take hi* auto, Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right that meant (hat several other* who had planned to to dec I in. any advertiaement id rwrviil t>'< with him couldn't make the trip either Office Manual Art* HIT "l|l •'"< Nullum, one of those who wore counting Wilder net* Mis Playground Telephone llllii MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOl.LEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATIO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 84, 1938 EAGLES DOMINATE FAT STOCK SHOW Varsity and Frosh Win Top Honors in Cowtown 4 i Last Saturday at Wort ha in Kielil, Kurt Worth, Couch Choi' Spoi-Ktman's Higgle varsity and frosh track and field performers dominated lioth the college ami prep school division of tin teenth annual Southwe tern I- at Stock Show track and field meet. In nudvrmn til the Fast Texa^ I.ions hy 51 point - to 15 to tak< the colleifi division honor- and in an- nexing •r>;t points t.. the \ A- M freshmen's 125 to cop the prep school trophy, thi North Texan* ended the day' fe*t i'*it !es with four splendid records to their cred it. three of them I«■ inir all-time, all meet marks. Hlaille Hideout fll'st brought general attention to th< (In in and White colors when he l>eat out his teammuU', Henry Morgan, to el a new meet record of 1:311.2, a time which wa- I seconds fa^t er than the existing Stock Show mark. The Nmi race saw two Ride >tit- slas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1938

THE CAMPUS OH AT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. I1 H If" ' "n'.v m MU-W«li WTll ♦-- U—i The New College Week. .. Initiate 66 Night An all-College dance will be ffven _ .ft I AA . I 1 ill Barrim Gyi-nasium Wednesday | 0St SchOOl Methods night from 9 to 12 o'clock, spon In Home, P.-T. A. Executive Urges by the Beta Alpha Rh Beta fraternity, Paatel shade* will be used in decorations U> carry out a spring motif. The Bete insignia will adorn each music stand used by Floyd —— (■rahain * Aces of ( ollegeland. \jrji Charles H. Roc. field secrc- Indirect )ifrhtintr will Ik* used to tlu.y 0f national Congress of illuminate the entire dame floor, pn rents and Teachers, spoke to and colorful spot lights * ill be ahout 300 students. parents, awl turned on the word Beta- which teacher* of this section Tuesday will hang above the orch> -tra pit. afternoon in the main auditorium In the receiving line will In* on \ pro|rntm „f Parent-Teacher Morris M after*. club president, and Education ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1938

I I I I I. i •I * * Lf * * # , The Eagleville Cr ier «< we've feathered our rarer, now we'll lie in it I VOLUME XXII APRIL FOOL EDITION OF THE CAMPUS CHAT, NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, 1938 T.C. - C.I.A. Last Monday Trades Day Is Huge Success New Gnaw-Proof Hitch Rack Is Installed by WPA Allocations The horse capacity hitch rack that th< WI'A started in front of the Administration building lust ummcr as one <>f the many Works Progress projects on th<- campus ha been completed. The rail is the most elaborate and complete to Im> installed m these parts. The ohl water-elm pole: were torn down and the new gnaw proof ones put up The rack is made of about three inch sap- phngs wrapped with cotton ties w r.n-h can't be gnawed. A new watering trough was put up m easy tench of horses tied it the new rail. A block of the Inchest grade of salt will Ik- put ln t ween each two horses. A costly spraying apparatus was installed to keep d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1938

PAGE TWO THE EAGLEV1LLE CRIER. DENTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH .10. ltf.W The Eagleville Crier April Fool Edition of The Campus Chat Published wwkly during the coll«g< year by the students of the North Texa* 8UU Teacher* College Entered as second class mail at the |w>*t tifllri a* Denton, Texas, 1 Mvrmhci M, IW16 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Eaglcville Crier is author- ised to ann<>unc<- the following candidates. subject to notion of the student body, the faculty, and the Board of Regent* SI BS< RIPTION RATES DELIVERED HV MAIL One college yeai SI.60 Advertising rate* furnished on application Right to decline any advertisement i* reserved. Offie< Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1241! MEMBER Ol TEXAS INTKR<OLLECIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION kihtoriai. board EDITOR-IN CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR gOC|ET\ EDITOR Fancy J a me* Wide Sheath Fay Edderd* Mc( 'ockleburr M« < 'urrycomb REPORTERS Waxim Durnit, Mazel Hason. Virg-n I Daffy ll iiihiw. Cord wood May. Eggy <&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1938

THE KAGL.EVILLE CRIER. DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, 1 S8 I I Helpful .. . Household . Mints . . . By Aunt Mag Well, well, children, here it in Hiring again, ami Aunt Mag ad vises everyone of young read crs to start (heir daily dimes of huI pher and molasses each morning liefore breakfast to ward off these eases of spring fevei Some of the iIndents already seem to have eontrarted it, no they had better double up on the doses. And also any of you who hap- pen tn have caught the itch from one .source or another, don't waste • seven years of your life scratching i'. try your old Aunt's stand-by sulpher and lard applied twice daily. Let me warn you again about staying out late on these damp spring nights, but if you just won't listen to me, goose grease and turpentine is always a good rem edy for these little colds, but in ^ase you have contracted a chest '•old, a plaster of creosote and ™ar put on tha cheat in always sure to do the job, follow this with frequent dimes of kerosene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1938

PAiiC KOI'R THE EAGLEVILLE CRIER. DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, 1938 CLASSIFIED ADS I'UnI and Found Found < n. bumblebee's nest tllliiei ft. lit Steps >' I ft > COllth <lf '• n«d fin anyone who exterminates; {■addle* furnished no salve Miks Htrginia Vaile. Strayed Young, red heffer with white sjHit an side next to Oak Street. Notify Mullock Hyder. 1/iMit: One T S C. \N girl with an A A M boy <>n her good M<i< and pending money <Mi her mind. Anyone knowing where ab^uts of said damsel, notify James Mi ' ai 'y Ixist One perfectly good Soar* and Robuck tmw hat. trimmed with pretty, bi ight rod cherries and ostrich feat her*. Last >«-«n at the Hog Cailin out at Pa Mc ('onncl's bain la-t Thui -day nit• • If found, pleas return to Elmo Joy 'Yilson on the account of sht can't p> to ntcetin under the new brush arbor Sunday if she can't find her hat Kor Suit' For Sale Om volume of "Kv- crythin>f « Young Bride Should Know." Alonso Jamison said he didn'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1938

) Go to Recreation Park Tonight Z730 (EIjp Campus Chat mmm Go* VOLL'MK XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1998 The Chatterbox By Shorty A Forensic Congress? What is it? Thin is something new in forensic work that will have its orientation in Topeka, Kansus, in two weeks. College *tu- dents from over the United States arc to meet and compose the • Congress which will he opened by an official address from the Pros ident of the United States. Bullock Hyder will sponsor « group of six entrants from this College who are interested in some- thing Ix'sides the practicability of debate. Why did I mention this in this column? Debaters are always go- ing off to meets from this school ^ and no one, other than those par- % ticularly interested in this type of work, ever show much enthus- iasm over the outcome of their en deavors. This is my angle Ir se groups are sponsored by the Col- lege; and it is something worth- while, so why shouldn't there be more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1938

I: PAOC TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL «, 11)8* 101 The Campus Chat W er'« Uneasy Chair _ . .. . . EVANS BITES DUST .. . Published weekly during the college year by the MateU of the North Texas State Teacher. College Thc A >nl F<H)l iMUB oi Thl" Lnmb Marcade* high Entered aa aacond-class mail at the post office at school paper, conns to our dealt with u sensational Denton, Texan, December 8, 11*16. streamer: POPULAR PROF. BITES DUST. And SUBSCRIPTION RATKs DELIVERED BY MAIL w,th thew 'lt,ck* TencheiV Death is Mystct to One collate year Sleuth Graham. Say# Mirror* Used to Fool Wit- i. Ivertiiung rates furnished on application. Right nesses to Crime. And the story follows: "Mr. Frank Bowen Evans, popular Mercedes High School social science teacher, was found lying in u pool of his own blood yesterday morning by a group of school children eager for knowledge. 'He looked just like an island in the Red Sea,' wisecracked Detective L. R. Graham. "Students of Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL «, IMS Sportsman Proteges Set New Mark at Texas Relays in Austin Blaine Rideout Runs Blazing Mile Of 4:11.8 in Eagle-Oklahoma Meet President Give* Jacket* to Ckmmps T' E tfjflrfTf '" nv • ' X. f ' "*ch Choc Sportsman's Eagle 11 acksters nii'l defeat in team points compiled hen- Wednesday night in a dual meet with the Ok- lahoma Aggies, hut individual per- formances by Blaine and Wayne Hideout. IMmcr and Klmer Brown, limniic I'hi 111 (>H, and Alvin Chi is man fai outshone the victory of "he Oklahoma team. It l«i i ii< Hideout turned in the most impressive performance of thc time slashing meet with the fastest milt- ever recorded in the South. His tinu' of I minutes, ll.K i'coiid> sliced almost III seconds off the landing Southwest Coll fen nee leeord run by Hopper of Southern Methodist I'mveisity and pok il seconds off the time re ^iled hy Blaine himself at the >^V Texa; Heluys when he won t (ione Vell/ke Hideout took the le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL «, 1988 KafMkt Entertain Ex-Members Saturday With Annual Formal Dinner-Dance Kaghlir* will entertain ex-mem- of the club Saturday evening with their annual formal dinrer- dance. The dinner will be given in the Crystal Room at Marquis Hall •t 7 o'clock. Using a theme of "The Red Rom," club flower, the table* will be centered with red rosea and candle*. Jerry Jackson, president of the club, will open tho program with a welcome to the truest* and an introduction of ex-members, with Mildred Graham giving the re- sponse A piano solo will lie given by Rosalie Butler. Alta Mae Clem- ents will give a sketch of the Kaghlir* from 1983 to 1938. The after dinner speech will be made by Miss Mamie Smith, club spon- sor. From 9 until 12 o'clock a dance will be held at the Denton Country Club with Floyd Graham's orches- tra furnishing the music. The en- tertainment suite will Ik- decor- ated with old-fash'oned flowers to resemble a spring garden. Wist...

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