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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 April 1936

rr.W..;HTtl.ttUUliMSfcM A Hi I f m W'- HOBNOi (Continued from page 1) Regardless of the rainy weather during the arller part of the week the district meet to which the college was host was run off In a very efficient and smooth manner. The tennis mat- ches and track and field events came off on the time scheduled except for the Friday morning tennis matches which were delayed because of the wet courts and it seemed to be one of the best lnterscholastlc meets that has been held on the campus for the past few years. Only a little more than a week re- mains until the Junior-Senior Prom and the juniors will be very busily engaged during the next few days in making arrangements for the big af- fair. The Howaid Payne orchestra is working day and night in order to get in shape to give the participants the best music that they have ever had at the annual affair and the committee heads are hastily making decocra- tlons etc. for the Hotel Blown wood Roof Garden where the prom is to be given. ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1936

rrr KFt T HHAMHuT A .017r'ETI :.n I I hi I I lllruiWrl1 14 iH I I Southern Hotel II I I II I WW JwMMU I A I V I II Cleaners sJsJj-1 XII. N. 30. BR0WNW00D TEXAS THUR8 DAY APRIL 30 1936 PrlOSS Cants IMARY ELECTION WILL BE HELD TUESDAY MORNING WILL EJAL AFFAIR TO BEGIN AT GHT 0 CLOCK FRIDAY EVENING E HOBNOB L. English :tlon time rolls 'round again. be the speeches and a great ad will be slung before the 4-up one week from today. Bful candidates will be turn- ut still others will step into la a shame that all of the cannot bold office but there m for a certain number and e positions are filled some- lecessarily be disappointed. sr you do do not fall to vote rson that you think should in office. The offices are to be filled by the students ilected by the entire student If you fail to vote you will tag part In the political af- to school affairs in which he right and privilege to ex- oplaioa. he most Interesting parts of ictlon time will take place noraiag when the stump re made for each ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1936

?rrrmsv" 1 4 ! i . . u 'I l u 3 IM HI " ' ' M r. 'I it ir-' hi ": mi i. i If) 'ill In 1 -Ji 44 I f ill . . lM ISifi r )i u v4 liffii'llJ Jlr- I. i tf'H t .hS . f HI.BBSai.il I I If OF' k .-1 .lllit"- Will" fliJTT IW ' I II raio mqjr ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1.00 Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers OVA LEE FARMER Columnist HAL CHERRY Columnist ORVILLE PRATT Columnist ED CLARK Religious Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters liMESPOPC ii fj S ' A " - . J ZA3L LASS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1936

no jv :e Daylight saving r.tke East again and M busy this week get- KfWka they want to hear titlttalao means that we MMM peoples who have rAMMlarA Time will be able M'ttfWM band pickups from mmgo Fort Wayne Noo aaVIMUy etc. etc. Happy e to you all! mmiUfta things are happen- ttMNHMM at present. N.B.C. aaWJjMgiSrO kilowatt stations IftJWHiiWHO and KFI. Mu- mW&f9mdy on half million aaslalMttfor WON WLW is tMHtfOttuA leaves C. B. S. tout a single whop- la starts hurrying rt-MB'MktM. Columbia has a m;Vteal with WSM in IBa or-wMI in Atlanta so they a jRMilw 500000 watt Idea. granting whoppers to stations is right with M'jjapW The clear-channel woirt fejtarf ere with other sta- Ad tatey will provide more "lis- i" etaUona with class programs! riwtmirks the Don Lee a tfceivniat coast becomes free- ikm'&MxB. gets okay from uaiflMtMtt -Commission to buy m!lm ftfjaifs. In view of that MttrlWnktng of becoming Mi wtHu'Jtutual Broadcasting i. WMINfl. B. C. and C. B. S that fellow who's ia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1936

k I i a 5 "I '. I: fjfk A LA Yy lira Il!L iP?. ill i 1 !H 'fl ill f ii1 1 I ?i i wife' Si life: I ls Mother's Day SUNDAY MAY 10th Remember Mother! She will be happy to re- ceive anything from you just so you remem- ber her. SEE NEW GIFTS Flowers suitable for summer dresses and suits etc. Gloves and Bags white or pastel shades. Hose handkerchiefs hats dresses underwear You will find just what Mother would love to have at BETTIS&GIBBSInc College Girls Clothes Students Make Statements of Candidacy to the Voters (Editor's note: The following an- nouncements for office are made by the candidates themselves or their campaign manager and are typed merely as the typist gets to them. The Jacket wishes to announce that the paper Is not supporting a candidate for any office and If any of the staff show favoritism it Is through purely personal reasons.) Blanche Dabney: Candidate for Sec- retaty of the Student Body. "As an entrant into the political competition for Secretary of the Stu- dent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1936

HOWARD MATt AD roUfiiiN the J?nj AND 8AVE M'1 mr PAYNE H " H "W W" A "WBmSr "W A F'r 'Wr 'KmKtlfm Phone VH III mAfnT' I l M tW lH I I Southern Hotel I I I M W af vf i-OTW wl I am I BM I II Cleaners j J W WvWjOfcy mm. 1 li I V I I Sandy King jftjbbbs iUtf sss1sbibssbb KKJJ1 31- BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURS DAY MAY 7 1936 'prieTTcStT MP' Hi H?m RACES WILL BE DECIDED TODAY IN FINAL ELECTION H HOBNOB U English 1say election Is over and the a;MM. All of which means i seMjMiasMS have been passed isJMy sasHT the nearlng end of el' year. Five student offices M-Tttssday in the primaries YMaaeiader of the positions of today in the run- MMeare 3K& raiw lC'V Manifested In the elec. Htm more keenly felt bv Isjst t4r as a whole than it fliB fast few years. Cam- jftlJB) fientlful and more votes svak 'during the past two Si1 W fK 'u Mft Uuw la one of the best If Mt books that has ever been its 'hands of the Howard MtttL The staff are to be tod greatly for the successful hat thay put forth in having a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1936

j'tt i loi I-! h hi 1 81 i u I Mf ' fe li 3i it" TCLLO WW VjmhV I 1 Wijteg?y ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers OVA LEE FARMER Columnist HAL CHERRY Columnist ORVILLE PRATT Columnist ED CLARK Religious Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters ROOSEVELT ANNOYS SOUTHERN ARISTOCRACY Chief kickers of the Roosevelt administration have taken the President and Mrs. Roosevelt to task for what they consider a "breach of social etiqutte." Mr. Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1936

nrrrrcMrrrrMMwrrrWTiuMMMMi 1 2SCREEN AND RADIO . .14' -i?. by the the Studio Stooge and Knob-Twitter ' fv i ! 80 OO.QQeeOOOeSSaeeaamj mmjj.juuuuuu lunik Twister t have motlced that the Knob ejfcfey his lonesome last mM make a crack at Hit DW-won'tr. Maybe Stoo- beame us In this effort but that he'll do any. if the Knob Twister MS! VW" he ought to call I or We don't "wef business Is a shade 9- Mimore boresome read iMSV.swra of something or Wakyvu have a reason for SKleSSJ Ust. We are going '1st 'Sere which we hope j; Ssmreating rather than i! jea're a real radio fan feMsVfer tome time you may Sfojre.your Ideas with the -We herewith list the ga wSicb. we believe rank "gjsjata" In the field of pilar Music. These are not era SMag hut we have for- t esmV dislikes and arrived eJekojtepa either on musical Ml 1st gained on the public. Clark Gable has been borrowed from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer by Warner Brothers for the Cosmopolitan Produc. tion of "Cain and Mabel." He will play opposite Marian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1936

V 3 i t&tf PH !'" I if i l- It rc r ;; . S 7 .1. I .. "ai ft RrM Ltei i ; t i 5" IS. ("' m i I' B n . i r -111' v MAY TEMH ' Recital Presented By IS THE DAY; fine Arte Pupik ffty department .n ona rtore ns t-. Mjue Nelia Molnrve y.jra- & ar'.Ai.'ij tt ?... ti v.vyft'.i ' .v. Jiv 'A'l-.'.x p.anir: tid Ly- MOTHER-S GIFT-Motnerj of all r-.d R-oeii'.ke v.praio wre prnt-age- Metier! of twenty tiirty forty ed -: rental Sottliy at f.ve o -..ok .i cr rven rixty '.. e-.enty (;.; H'j?-iri Pavne a;dtcr:om iv tie Of MOTHER S DAT OPEN HER Howi.-o- Pays ? a.-j depirtme::" EYE3 TO A JOVOVS SURPRISE Tit '";ng .ad.e 7i'; presented tie if m for tr.e t:..s.z. y.. :trs;ir! give -ec-.-.ta. ire V. -der.ts of 11-35 Mi. J her if jrrj have a. spi.-e miHiBn Lugte.i 4nd Mrs Pearl Talrot l.r RUT IF YOU HAVEN T 'Jiisider tie ' Oriicy feminine gift Rg. Owti Hosiery The entire program u is f -.-! Eh.oa. Owsa Ov.-vige. !.- -yo-u De p-irlate ! amor from will SrwJ i i.'M t per.-.ips tr.e ris. "r.-jr CX -.i p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 September 1936

r7Tt"OWARD jfcf PAYNE h n T'vrr "w vri y MBr "w lvv-j7i J Phone sorr Y HI If lliirraRr7 I IC tH I I Southern Hotel 11 I WWMnflL I A"l jW I II sSdyng Volume XXIII. No. 1. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 MONDAY 8EPTEMBER 7 1936 Prloa 5 Cnts a ' B Ki rt KtSa REGISTRATION STARTED THIS MORNING AT EIGHT JACKETS BEGIN GRID WORK TODAY WORKOUTS BEGIN THIS AFTER- NOON AT THREE MANY REPORT THE HOBNOB By Bob English Greetings salutations and welcome to you all! You are now signing up for the year's work and you should be happy to do so. There are many In the home town you left behind who would give a great deal now to be in your place and have the privileges and opportunities of attending col- lege this year but who for some rea- son flnancial or otherwise are unable to be here. So let's make the most of the entire year. Here's to the school the student body and to the aim of the college that' of making 1936-37 the biggest and best year in the an- nals of the school. Taken all in all it really should be a grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 September 1936

sc A fc K HS t'S . LA fc. Eg IV' (w.. r f. sr f &.'. . i itK m :m fM ffl YELLO Mm Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 Wr Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN Assistant Editor C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor WILSON FIELDER LINDSEY DUBLIN Special Writers It has beeto with the present administration and the people of Texas who have aided the school so much with financial aid. It was with the Baptist Foundation Board when it took over the bulk of the school's debts two years ago and it was with the faculty when the members were willing to give up their back salaries that were long overdue that the school might begin anew debtfree. It was with Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 September 1936

THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WELCOME YOU TO HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE AND EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE WELCOME TO BROWNWOOD AND BACK TO SCHOOL Brown's Jewelry Store WELCOME STUDENTS We Specialize In Cleaning and Pressing student's Clothes AZTEC CLEANERS 1008 Austin Avenue IDEAL WATCH SHOP "FOR COURTEOUS SERVICE and GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR" Opposite Post Office THE YELLOW JACKET TAILOR SHOP SUITS AND DRESSES Cleaned and Pressed 25c Dr. R. A. ELLIS OPTOMETRIST Glasses Pitted Satisfactorily LENSES GROUND For Appointment Phone 169 SANITARY BARBER SHOP WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS BERL CLARK H. P. STUDENT 106 Center Avenue Opposite McLean's Studio WELCOME H. P. C. Students and Faculty We hope your new school year will be pleasant and profitable. Let us supply your needs in Books and Supplies DUBLIN & CANON 404-406 Center Ave. PHONE 61 ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS SUITS MADE TO ORDER SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS Sandy King "Master of the Tape" WELCOME STUDENTS And may we have the pleasure of show...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 September 1936

s' ' rfMtf m Coll fntlS lefeev-T tRpCKS KEG. ujs. p.t OF Buy your new Fall Clothes at Headquarters for College Girls Clothes BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Where Smart Styles Meet Moderate Prices Stockyard Shavings School daze school daze. Well boys and girls heie we are back to the old grind again. Mere's hoping that you all had a none-too-sober summer. By the way before we go any fuither we feel that It Is necessary to stop and apologize for this column for we do not claim to have the great talent of last year's wilter. You fieshmen who did not know him have indeed missed knowing a line and no- ble character. A bouquet' of stink- weeds to James Read Saunders. triangles triflings flirtations will be developing and your correspondent will have some real scandal for the dirt-hungry mob. We hereby promise you that we will always print the truth and all the truth about any and all mattei s which come to our cars. So beware your private affairs will make good scandal notes. We hope that you al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 September 1936

HOWARD . Yr . PAYNE S-Z h M 4 I'm uoing to nr -w ELLO jr k igr TsIsk -if A .PBWV "F" m JPfJPO r none Pete Anderson's H m BARBER 8H0P H Southern Hotel Bldg. H M Aren't You? HI Volume XXIII. No. 2. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURS DAY SEPTEMBER 17 1936 Price 5 Cent ACKETS MEET T.C.U. FROGS TOMORROW NIGHT UN-OFF IN BAND SWEETHEART CONTEST CLOSES IfflE BEAUTIFUL RACE FOR HONORED POSITION I THE HOBNOB By Bob English yrhi: second week of school is prac- pbally over and most of the students Mve begun their schedules in earn- 4Hk. The csscntiul factors that make 4ga school hum with business are well Widerway. Football piactice is well tpderway the iirst game is played Mriborrow night and pep meetings jfere begun for the student as a pfcolc. The staff of the paper is Working in outer to get' this issue of tlte paper in your hands but if it con- tinues to rain as it is doing now we miky reach press a little later than meal. ?We want to take this oppoitunlty : express our i egret that the error appearing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 September 1936

' ; W ti raw fACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texan as second-clnss mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at urownwoou lexas as a part ot the student activity. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT aicCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN Assistant Editor C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor WILSON FIELDER LINDSEY DUBLIN Special Writers LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor VICTOR HORN Reporter Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Columnists ahead glimmering through the uncertain fog of the fure. it is the constellation by which we can guide our craft. Without it we are lost. In summary: do your work revising and recasting with two tools common sense and experience. Let the light that hangs above in your workshop and by which you work be idealism. 1 he future will preserve your efforts and they will in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 September 1936

CONFERENCE DUE TO BE STRONG With approvlmately 300 star aver- se and mediocre football players of he Southwest having received tnvl- Hlons and reported to Texas Con- ference football training camps. In- brest In the coming gridiron cam- in c gn is on the increase. Conference rules permitting fresh- ten to play this year lend a degree ( uncertainty to the approaching lason but experience indicates that iw high school graduates will be at le startling lineups of the eight ma for there is a big jump from iholastlc to collegiate football and w are able to make the grade the t year. The new men will be val- iblc reserves however and here and ere will be a few outstanding stars bo can step with the veterans with- it having frosh or junior college ex- irlence. Two Are Favored Favorite to annex the conference lamplonship this year are the How- d Payne Yellow Jackets and the cMurry Indians of West Texas with e Austin College Kangaroos and the talty University Tigers of the east- D sector dop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 September 1936

S 1 tl. M ;: 1 W ARE WITH YOU WIN OR LOSE BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes HOBNOB (Continued fiom page 1) hit; and wo can say after hearing his speech In chapel Monday that you A enjoy heniing him for the few leiieilnlmr nights of the week. The Jackets meet those strong T. C. l . no.iied Flogs tomortow night. Al- tli. Uh the Plugs weie lated No. 1 In Ihu nation last season accoidlng to the Wlllluiiiion tatlng system the game is due to be hotly contested mid weie looking for a mighty good I aine out of til.1 Jackets. Most of the '.ion .eiio will play against' the Sugar 1. wl (xiiiinplons weie In action in I .: Worth last fall when the Progs f ot most ot the Lrenks to ovei whelm ther.i ly a latge seoie and they will i' iiil foi a little levenge when the u lil' tie blows tomonow night teoiding t'o the looks of lite veati.oi now the conditions will piob- . lil-. m.t bi- the best but don't let it 1-i-i'p j on uway fiom the stadium. C. n.e oi.. in full streng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1936

r" i. HOWARD . Ms . PAYNE Z uoing to ksw P1 M sssT .bbWI Pete BL X I I M k ! BARBER SHOP I I I M Southern Bldg. I W jl III I B H BEPWintxCn&ilaw. isssfl aVLim biiiw v ssssH s ssssH sssH H ! TWSUfS m m Bh southern Hotel wtwl rifwWMvi I &Jb k Cleaners W W'lWyl (vtiL I1 il I f I y I I Sandy King Dlume XXIII. No. 3. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1936 Price 5 Cents ackets Meet Bobcats Tomorrow ackets Play Great Game To Hold Frogs M9 IEA1Y DUE TO THROW FULL .TRE1TH AT JACKETS 'MORROW it a y THE H0B1B By Bob English yjuid It was a great game that our ;ets turned out last rtaay mgm. t you think they deserve our ;lng for the remainder of the sea- T Sne K m: ffi&f HOttie social given by the College De em oi me mtsu oupiisi vnurcu iday evening was well attended MM the large group of students seem- sij.to enjoy the affair a great deal literal of the students appeared on Mm) program with musical numbers UMl the young ladies who performed eeWell there are due to be called on f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1936

! l H M i ii mLo ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 r Charter Members Texas Intel collegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE S T A F P BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN Assistant Editor C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor WILSON FIELDER LINDSEY DUBLIN Special Writers LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor VICTOR HORN Reporter Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Columnists HAL CHERRY Columnist ROBERT HAVINS Assistant Sports Ip&3p& ARE YOU DOING YOUR BEST? School has now begun in earnest and the year's work is well underway. Have you still in mind the ideals and ambitions that you brought with you three weeks ago when you began this col- lege year? Are you doing all you intended to do? If you aren't it isn't too late ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1936

yard Shavings comrades! tter week has wandered 'the corner and we are now ng what to put In this bunch i trap. Maybe we should say about a special to some- -'this year but do we have !: students in school who would ested in riding a special any- Why not? The depression everyone has money to Hn Sholtnn ntrntn tins n hannu Fn his face. The railroad com- fht as well have a few paltry is that shylock. Seriously -Wouldn't It be swell to ride choo somewhere. Maybe to chaps off some bewildered Wt' 'Is all this? A group of big all player along with a bunch fiw.ia' AKey for Every Lock IrJohnnie Hamby's v Repair Shop lrf -A 100 Brown street y:.j. && 1ST y-'L. TEXAS FURNITURE CO. "(Quality and Price Always Right' & SEE US qBEFOREYOUBUY W frank Ck asS&i l Dr. R. A. ELLIS OPTOMETRIST tlMMS Fitted Satisfactorily m& ; LENSES GROUND t'ttr Annolniment Phone 169 MCyaAINllAKI r BARBER SHOP WHiWlLL APPRECIATE YOUR $ BUSINESS ML' CLARK H. P. STUDENT d "' 106 Center Avenue ".' Opposit...

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