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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1938

Welcome, High School Seniors! 7 Z730 Wnt Campus Chat msa VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1938 High School Day Program Will Feature T. C. Debaters Leave Friday For National Meet at Topeka Delegation Includeh 2 Texan Members of Forensic Congress Congressmen From Texas A delegation of Teachers Col- lege debater* will leave with their coach, Bullock Hydcr, Friday for Topekf where they will partici- pate in the national Pi Kappa Del- ta debate tournament and student congress April 17-25. In th«- group will lie an entry in men's debate, an entry in women's debate, and two congressmen from the College who will take part in a new feature of the meet the Forensic Congress •lohn L. Sullivan of Sanger and William Wade of Sherman will represent the College in men's debate, and Faye Cooper of Pe- trnlia and Leah Tate of Funis will represent the College in women's debate. The two congressmen, who with student colons from other Texas colleges will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1938

"WO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1988 / The Campus Chat Edit**'* Unowy Chair m4 wwkljr during the college year by the of ♦he North Tex** State Teacher# College M aacond-clas* mail at the pout office at r«ua, December 8, 1916. 'VnHi IPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY «e ywkr iaing rate* furnished on application. nay advertisement is reserved. Manual Arts Telephone 1242 ER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Alonso Jamison, Jr. IN-CHIEF ITE EDITOR iTE EDITOR TE EDITOR DITOR ERS: Marine Burnett, Mason, Virgil Lipscomb, Chapman, Peggy Grace gill, M. F. Carroll, Ray /irginia Leeper, Jerry Boren. Nolia Train- oe Smith, Spurgeon McDougal, Eugene yron Curtis. EDITOR Jay D. Gaolden ERS: Joe Johnston, Silas Johnson, James f, Charles Reeves, and Lee Hmton. { EDITOR Vanola Morgan ERS: Era May Lain, Margaret Turner, Sharp, Clara McSween, Frances Taylor, McClure, Edna Earl Williams. Jerry !, and Jean W atson 1STS: Lee Hinton, William Parker, Clyde Ellis Martin, and Frances H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. TIIURSI Intramural Program Highlighted Softball and Track Meet By Sport Scripture By Jay D. GaulcUn « / \ f s Action in Softball Play to He Initiated Wednesday After cold weather hud post- poned piny for several days, six Softball teams began a three week schedule Wednesday. The teams that rre entered in the tournament and their managers are Rookies, managed by Joe Kog ers; Undertakers, managed by B'adshears; Flyers, with Jimmic Witherspoon mnnaging; Honky Tonka, manured by K. A. Ramrn; Boneheeds, with Bridges and Jolly nt the stern; and Cardinals, with Ralph Havenhill giving orders The schedule for the teams is as follows: Wednesday, April 1H at .1 o'clock. Bom-heads v Cardi nals; 4 o'clock the Undertakers meet the Flyers; Friday. April 16, finds 'he Honky T>>nks meeting the Boneheads at :t an<t the Rookie- lay the Cardinals at 1 o'clock §londay, April 18, the Rookies and Flyers tangle up nt anil at 1 o'clock the scrap between the Un- dertak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1938

NTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1 88 K ■ ith double* e accommo- I for four room. the annexes mil hear pro id electricity, n of taking Marquis Hull nately $18.50 board near n $0.80 per fills a day. thuH available of approxi- th. tmas holidays, wmnan pay* 25c for • - mm For further Iress Mrs. Walter Director, Marquis Sunday. marking the second such church-going movement by the Trojans within the pant month. Wayne Admns of the faculty ww.« a special guest of the club for the evening and gave n short tnlk to thu group It whs announced by President Winfred TV«yl< r that a trophy for "The Moot Worthy Trojan" will Ih> presented to that individual on the night of the Trojan Formal, May 28, as a gift of Dr. R. I. Conrod. club sponsor. A similar larger trophy will I** presented to the organization for the purpose of having "The Most Worth Tro- jan's" name inacrilied upon it an nually and for the award to become ant possession of the club KODAK WISHING One roll developed nd printed 25r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1938

VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1938 4 The Chatterbox By Shorty With f>| rinK hero to stay until -omething hotter take* its place, another ol<l question arisen, Are .von going to summer school ? This query usually prompts one to (five n tentative answer. Here r.ro a lew reasons that you may u.se ui making the final decision, if you're wondering about attending either i>t Ixith term- of the summer ses hion. Recreat ional advantages are numerous: the Recreational Park activities include free dancing anil picture shows, afford diversion for four night of the week. Visiting pinfi - -ins who are -pecialists in their fields will he available for summer classes. Teaching tech- nique* will be varied due to the in- fluence of n more mature group. New and interesting courses will be offered that will be open to any- one desiring advanced credit, i Hy all means, take the course in Con nervation of Natural Resources). \iiil for tin ben...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1H8S The Campus Chat M&ec'« Uneasy cwr weekly during the college year by the at the North Texas State Teacher* College. M second-class mail at the post office at Texas, December 8, 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL On* collate year $1 IK) Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR RE-WRITE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Alonso Jamison, Jr. Clyde Heath Nancy McClurc Maxine Burnett William Parker REPORTERS: Muxme Burnett, Huppy Dwnere, Hazel Mason, Virgil Lipscomb, Durwood Hayes, R. L. Chapman, Peggy Grace Bayless, Pave Threadgill, M. K. Carroll, Ray Edwards, Ruth Boyd, Virginia Lee per, Jerry Boren, Nolia Tram- mel, Joe Smith, Spurgeon McDougal, Eugene Kry. Byron Curtis. PROPS ON PEACE POLL . . . Counting of the 1'lt* ballot* tilled in by students in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL tl. 1988 REGIONAL MEET SLATED HERE SATURBA Texas Basketball Coaches Will Meet Here Saturday Co ch SpnHw t k Coach Shands Active r— *+ Nettm h <****««< Trick Mm* _ . . _ u . Vanity Lata, " *«•_ OrgamzintCage Mentoo la Etei , I I* Hcuulining a number of out- standing Texas college and high school coaches wh<> will meet on the campus Saturday to form a basketball coaches' association w ill In' |{oy Bedichek, chief of the Uni- versity Intel-cholast ic league; R. .1 Kill, athletic directoi of the ath- letic division of the University In- terscl.olastie League; anil J. W. St. Clair, former Southern Methodist S nivel -.ity hu-ket hall . >>ach and the g uthwest representative of the National Collegiate Athletic Asso- ciation rules committer, Bedichek has already gone on record as supporting the move- L men! to form an organization. ,11 (• (I'ete) Shands, head of the movement to form the organiza- tion, has sent invitations to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1938

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, m* m s 1 en £ 81 O to O K A A B E Kfe J IW AH fiHm To Feature Ship of Swing Pwm Saturday Niffct The New College Week... - - P 1. W, ,1, A WVIM rrvCK T? WK VpVVIl At Collifi Hint Mondiy JUNIOR ARIEL CLUB TO SPONSOR REVIEW ■ftil In wn the R. H Junior, Ship ti Swing, at th« All ' olUge t) n«, •|trtnM>mI by the Junior elan* Nat urday night from until 12 at the Harris* Gymnasium! A nautical theme will f nature the dene* with an elaborate et- tin* of bio* and whit* The irym will to converted Into th« deck of • ship with the guests entering on a gangplank Blue and whit#' lif«- preservers will be plaved on the railing of the d«k am) navy pennants will hang from th« ceil- ing The receiving line will he corn posed of the following class off* per* and their dates; luk* Lu- ton*ky, president of the junior class, and Elmo Joy Wilson: Jimmy Witherspoon, vice-president. and Rita Tat urn; Kenneth Qvinr and Mary Green, secretary Sponsors in thr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1938

- Hear Dr. Fisher, I t 4 ta Tuesday Il|t (tonus MK XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THl'RSDAY, Al'Kll isi, l*i* Teacher* College Musicians Play for W. T. C. C CM AwarM 120-Voice CoHege Chorus To Give "St PauF in Auditorium For 4th Ti thr Teacher* < ollege Stage Band returned W ednr dat from Wichita Fall* inhere they were the offic- musical organization for the annual contention of the \\ Texaa C hamber of Commerce held '.at city Monday. luesday. and Wedm-day This i the setenth year that the hand hae represent- ee College at the contentful For the last JI year* thr school ha- been represented by a group of -irian* at (he contention. in- year the Imnd played for the retue ami pageant Monday and Tuesday nights Boh Marquis. as- mt director, directed the band in the absence of Floyd Craham the regular director \ recent illness i-ntcd t<rahaai from making the trip ^e appearance of the band at thr convention is sponsored by the Denton Chamber of t ommerce, h pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1938

m The Campus Chat u*e«sy ., ^ t . ERRATUM , . . , ?UI4" ^ uy"r b3[. thf Bill Parker didn't write that article about of the North Teaas State Teacher. College Week which (1 on lh, „di(orial of The T "TMT " " « hot last week. The article was an editorial which ***** r ' wa* printed in one of the college paper* received in TIP A Delegate Slings Bull After Visiting King Ranch HON KATKS, DELIVERED BY MAIL the Chat office. Parker'* name got under the title m college year f 1.0<I Advertising rate* furnished on application. Ritrht to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Art* Telephone 1242 107 MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION A copper cup engraved "1st Bull liecause hi* book column ordinarily appear* in the Slinger. T. I. P. A.." five other same location in which the clipped editorial appeared prise*. and a number of second last week. and third prise* accompanied the TeachUrs College Texa* Intercol- ilegiate Pre** Association dele- NEW OR(iANIZATION . . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1938

TOT CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, APRIL St, 10S8 EAGLES WIN FIRST PLACES AT K. U. Woodrow Hi Wildcats Locab Defeat Cop Regions! Meet tlZ Fouts to Attend Deans' Meeting In Waco Thursday Sport Scripture By Jay D. Gauldan Texas high school basketball FOR THE PAST FEW teain which won the mile team Months we have been yelling race in a record time of 4:16.3, "yeah team" and capturing Com which drastically lowered the 4:23 Tim Eagle net men were sue- merce's Tom; we have flown our record set by the famous Don Lash cessful in turning hack the invad- Eagle trackmen to Gotham and of Indiana last year, and later inn- Oklahoma University Racque- back *>d now to Pennsylvania; romped to victory in the distance coaches met"for the"first"ume in teers in a tennis match Saturday, we have watched our brilliant medley of the college division. The an organization meeting here Sat- by defeating them in five of the t'««ket ball team annex T. C.'s first Eagles' time in the college medley urday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1988 den To Be Crowned May Queen Monday Park l« SCM# The New College Week. .. The Colic** will hold it* annua) •prink' festival. the May Fete, on Monday evening in the College Recreation Park with D o r i ■ Derden, senior from Hen ton. and Vance Stallcup, senior from Ce- llna, reigning a.- Queen and Kinn The May Fete. which if yearly sponsored by the Girls' Forum Council, will this spring have seventeen girls of the institution'# student body acting a# duchesses and ladles in waiting to the Queen. The duchesses and ladies who were saiaetad by the various campus social organisations, fraternities, sororities, and school classes, have as their choice 11 duke and lord reapectively. The festival will l>egin at 8:30 o'clock in the May Queen's Court with the ladies and lords leading the processional, followed by the duchesses and dukes. Next will come the May Queen, her page, flower girls, anil train-bearers. I oris Derden will then b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 May 1938

Welcome to Cla** B School Athlete* Ztso ®bp Campus Chat m Set—I 4<MMss ril/HMK XXII 'hool of t hr '('it if •Mil of A ii f in TK AT A ii i The Chatterbox By Shorty in b jhil Ho yi Flsic Pries refused to ride with n gl'Olip that hull boCtl V j«i 11 n lit Rendolph Terrace Saturday after noon Stanley Kuehai ski walked home with h< i nnd I hoy wnc at thr dance togethn that night! Nothing can he said about the group of TC musicians Mrnl bus driver while they were away on the Wichita Fulls convention trip. I' B Stovall will tell you all ihout the whole affair If you can <ee CHATTERBOX on page 2. ( ioil," White "The Mary "Song of (N. V\ 'oust i. ( <ni*tMnee I Skinner; m iik ot tin m|i| W onian Ahar I dotted," (Shoshone). Mary Austin, /inn Sunset Song "God's HiII It Alexander; i'Id Men Songs "Winnehairo Vie WW NORTH TE;:AS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 5. 1938 e Ata Gives I Indian Recital |i| Here Tuesday Program Is Composed Of Dance*, Chant*, 4 And Legend*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 May 1938

1Au£ TWO ■'1 'W TMK A M ITS i HAT, DENTON, IK.\A>, I'll I RSDAY, MAY ... DMN —— OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION edFtorjnVhief EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR M-WRITE EDITOR Tht Qunpui Chat War'* u-aa* „ . . I WISH I KNEW . . . flMuatd weekly during the college year by the MmIhIs of the North Tiiu State Teacher* Collect A circular from Scott. Foresman and Company, Mm* a. aacond-claaa mail at the pet office at quo*. from Harry Giwrt "Designs fllBIa^ Tmhw, December 8. 1916 Living and Learning." in which n student cum- ^— — mentis on hi* high achool courae us follow*: SWteCRIPTlON RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL "1 wish I had been taught more about family One callage year 91.00 relationship*, child cure, trettmc alone with people, Advertising rates furnished on application. Right interpreting the news, new* writing, paying off a to decline any advertisement is reserved ;small mortgage, household mechanics, politics, lo- Manual Arts 107 cal government, the chemistry of foot!, carpentry. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 May 1938

®1 I « a THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, HAY 5, IMS i. i i m S. C TENNIS TOURNEY HERE NEXT IK of III It. I \ i r I M llli I " I I r I I 1 h« I | pi°l | ' iirienti r vif'l] huiWj j , IH triiv- intetI mitrM kinl 11 •on ''I (.■a.'l'l ;! Itaugi' | was ' 1 ire <i I ten ,hl |ii i" rt i pi* a K l| at D| univr at ni'ifl and h | a I rh I SUCCe ' elemeil nil inn Is h ' >' t" I *mt si'l 0 Athletes Vie Here Friday and Saturday in State Class B Schools Represented State Schoolboy Meet Carry Local Colorh in L. S. C. Met Meet jHlrth Texas Still' Tr;i< lici Col dW will lie host In 12(1 lii|fli sclmolt "NJlljiy and Saturday a 000 alii Bli of (he schools will ( niii|M lc in tfc eighth animal t'la H Field mill Track Meet o t the Tcx;i lnti i Hi bolus tic League. Schools from all ovci tin tate Will compete in tlli' mi'. al <mt to win the meet which. Ill tin- pa I two years, ha - hwn won l>\ olden High Sell (Hkl. | Drawing foi tin lain and heat | will lie hold Friday at thi Fie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 May 1938

THE CAMPUS t HAT. «fft Entertain Ex-Memb«r« Saturday Annual Formal Dinnar-Danca oknton; TEXAS. ■ THl'KSDAY. 1 i" MAY 6. l Aft 4h ■ill entertain ex-mem- iuh Saturday evening nnual forma! dinner- linnet will he hold in /loom" at the Texan e f«r Women heme of "The Bridal individual table* will with a weddinu i nit; ith a tall white taper r. Plao cards will he ling rings with the nail bride's book, unt., president of the ht the tapers f«n the ony and Mclha Abell ! toast to out-of-town esponse will («■ made Lively. Wi'.ma CUus ve the toast to the ith u response hy Mrs. «rdson. Following the Marry l<ee Steed will a! nolo and Doris Der- K the history of the • second coui Me will itroduetio.i of the im- illies hy Evelyn Hunt, is will come from Mar- Jiimnghum. The finale of a piano solo by Vir- fol lowed hy t ht wed ony by Mrs Myrtle i sponsot. The Ideal give the bride's bou Theta Cummings will ngratulations and Eve- II give the final kiss, /moon will he a dance ymoon Hotel (the Den- Club...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 May 1938

See Track Meet Tsru* fiTf > Tonight and Friday Tmtgktmimm I J VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1938 Wilfred Bain Leads Chorus This Summer /Voir Directs One Of Most Outstanding Choirs in East Wilfrrd ('. Rain. creator unci di rector of one of the outstanding A Capella choirs in the F.asi, heads a group of four visiting member- of a music stuff of six during the summer session ut North Texas State Teachers College, President W. .1 McConnell lias announced. At Houghton College in New York, Hain organised and directed tile college A Capella Choir, which has won wide attention. 1'nder his direction it has traveled {>0.000 miles. has sung .'100 concerts to approximately 150,000 people ex <'lusive of radio broadcast*. Its ra- dio appearances include 10 broad- casts over coast-to-coast networks of the National Broadcasting 'Dm■ pany and the Columbia Broadens1 ■ ing System. Hain has studied orchestral eon ducting at the Eastman School ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 12, 19S8 The Campus Chat w*ar' Ckair Published weekly during the college year by the •tudenU of the North Texas State Teacher* Collect' Entered as second-class mail at the post office at Denton, Texas, December 8, 1916. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS, DKLIVKRKD BY MA11 One col lege year $1 00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 if KM B Kit OF TKXAS INTKRt Ol I KOI ATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR IN-CH1KF ASSOCIATE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR RE-WRITE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Alonso Jamison, Jr. Clyde Heath Nancy Met lure Maxine Burnett William Parker REPORTERS: Maxine Burnett, Happy Demere, Hazel Mason, Virgil Lipscomb, Durwood Hayes, R. L. Chapman, Peggy Grace Bay less, Dave Threadgill, M. F. Carroll, Ray Edwards, Ruth Boyd, Virginia Keeper. Jerry Boren, Nolia Tram- mel, Joe Smith, Spurgeon McDougal. Eugene Fry, Byron Curtis, SPORTS EDITOR J i.y D. Gaulden REPORTERS: J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. HAY It. IMS LOOP TRACK MEET BEGINS HERE ■Hi • 9 Shandsmen Sweep Tennis Matches to Take Lone Star Conference Craws Scott, Malaise and Park k*iets ?eC01!^ r I u , /«■ ToBearkatsIn Crowned Net Champs lsc Track Tilt I •i ^ 0 I * > • k 11 nt ill' I'n tin K will III:; IK' The Own niiil White racquet cer smashed their way to victory in the Lone Star Conference tennis meet Monday and Tucsduy for the first time since 10H1. Playing on the home courts, Coach Pete Shands' Fugles truth ered a total of IK points as com pared to the oilier foui teams' 15. The favorite San Marcot Bobcats were net down with only 0 points to stop their winning streak at four years. The Kant Texas Lions were able to (rather in only six points and the other two teams. Sam Houston and Stephen !•'. Aus- tin were sent home empty handed «s they were eliminated before they were through playing the semi-finals. With the exception of Charles .Jones, all of the Eagles entered in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 12. 1 8« MliMtiim Council Presents Favorite* At All-College Dane* Saturday Night Sponsors Entertain Marion Hoi Ionian Pi Phis Monday To Head Kaghlirs PMturiiw the Yucca favorites, the Publicsturns Council will spon- sor thr all-College dance to !>«• held in the Harris* Gym Saturday nifrht from 9 until 12 o'clock. Favorite* who will be presented through an arch in front of the orchestra pit include Elmo Joy Wilton, Evelyn Hunt. Mary Kendrick, Mary Green. Sylva Barnes, and Clyde Heath. Decoration* will 1m- in muroon and white in accordance with the colors used by the annual for this year. A theme of "bubbles" will In used with balloons hanging from the ceiling and posts. In the receiving line will he Evelyn MrGaughy and Harry Black, President ami Mrs W. j MeConnell, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. .1 D Hall, and Mrs. Mury Wesson Floyd Graham and his orches- tra will furnish music for the oc- casion. Junior Ardens Plan Exchange ...

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