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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 December 1935

"W "'' ' ( 0 0w4 If .H vJWRbCbbbbisbbbH U i - h? THE RARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND JOURNALISTS DOWN PRE-LAW IN BLOODY 13 TO 7 BATTLE I Game Thursday Is Final Intramural Go "Preachers Meet Pre-Law In Attempt To Avenge 400 Loss Intramural football season will end next Thursday afternoon when the n Preachers meet the Prc-Law for the final game. Losing to the Barmen last year by the score of 40-0 the Ministers have collected a fast and shifty aggregation this year which may make it hard for the heavier Lawyers. The Pre-Law Bquad will be striving for a tie for first place or the second slot owing to the outcome of the Brand-Bronco-Proachcr clash yester- day afternoon. The Preachers were favorites in that contest. All the Pre-Law backs Injured in the Brand-Bronco fray Monday will be ready for the Ministers with the possible exception of Bill Cherry who received a badly sprained wrist. If the Preachers come out of tho Journalist battle without injuries they should be able to avenge the crush- ing d...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 December 1935

. F -K 3 if -" . J - vf A -f ir.y uv Tmf Wtmt TUB KAKDIN-SlMMONS BRAND vf-u V . fu. E' fe'v. m rff . I f. I.: IV K 1 1' ? L- I? or L IT.' sfc. V v M i ri?" l'?' Kraft To Dedicate Hour To Son Bowl Governor Allred To Crown Queen Of Second Sun Carnival Ding Crosby will dedicate the Kraft Cheese radio program of Dec. 20 to the Sun Carnival which is to bo held in El Paso New Year's day. Crosby will try to pick tho winner of the Cowboy-New Mexico A. and M. foot- ball game on the program. Governor James V. Allred will be on hand to crown the. Sun Carnival queen who is to be picked by the Sun association sponsored by tho Kiwanis club and who will have as one of her attendants Miss Jane Gulnn Hardin- Simmons university queen. The Sun Queen and her attendants will be tho center attraction of the gi- gantic parade which will be held Jan. 1 preceding the football game. Miss Gulnn will ride the Hardin-Simmons float in the parade. A large delegation of West Texans are expected to accompany the ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 December 1935

- f " ' t -A 1. K w musTmas p? 7l A M K"9I ft& m m CriL vvliKl fc jfr.W' - ' - - - li ffs .1 FIRST IN: Leadership News 4 I Bm S SM-m WtCm WM " I .Lw III 1 11 II M J I I I I I u;nu.uMuuu i k v I W H I I Lv I I I I i Santa Claus Letters JKVOL. 20 v SUN CARNIVAL PLANS NEAR COMPLETION Cowgirls doxens of them and there was some talent uncovered that few of us even suspected existed on this hill. Cordelia Smith stole the show in her sly way when sho shyly played and sang "Uhhuh Uhhuh a Thous- and Times Uhhuh." Tho other ama- teurs did themselves right proud also and those who were there appreciated the near riot that the little Jcnkens boy caused when he recognized 'Sis' disguised as a wicked siren. Jarnigan came into his own as the peanut boy for the occasion and sound effect man for the Cowboy band. John Regan the King's personal aide was largely responsible for the show and aya we are to have another soon. AU who enjoyed it and think this a good idea might tell the little feller ao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 December 1935

?i3aF?J'r -T WW?- 'Jrnrwjv i i '4'i 'f-t mj m -v 'V ! v s J THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND t-fv ""s vtr I?.. hi' r .- r. . it s L? L !?. ft. E fcr t& V W I vt . .v . psr VPr v V -A H. - 1 - vv NN .; v &y' ?.. W3 "Vi"1 i'Jrit. IV' 1 f . t v. -tr -Vs I & ?i ' '. j flf iBrnnd w.jj 'v i 'A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday taring' the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Ckrib ia the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm- Univerilty. . Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Prico per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abllono Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6761 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACIIEN Issuo Editor For this issue : Burton Shelton Ccarley Kinnrd Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Maek Machen Cleddio Hall Gnithcr Licb Whayne Petty S. J. White J. Grcenberry Morrow Fay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 December 1935

' i"1- J "'U vj- vi'i ijpv (jiivr-w '"'Wt't'' T""' ' ': r 'J' 'J- iSWVJ.tF. - ' -v.-n '.V' : ! f . I. ? ! PREACHERS TIE JOURNALISTS H.-S.U. Withdraws From Conference At Annual Meeting Cowboys Seek Stronger Foes Larger Gate Receipts In Change Hardln-Simipons university offi- cials withdrew from the Texas Con- ference nt Its ttnnunl meeting In Dal- las Saturday after playing the past football season with practically no concern at all toward other schools of tho conference. Action of tho il.-S. U. delegates followed the ruling of the conferenco requiring that each member school play a representative schedule. The Cowboys encountered only two other members of tho Texus conference Howard Payne and St. Edward's jn the 1035 season. Representatives of the university under the instructions of Dr. J. D. Sandefer indicated to the other con ference delegates that tho Cowboys wished to play a very limited sched- ule in 1030 and still remain in the conference. Tlicec garner wehre toj count 'neith...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 December 1935

VfPwf "TT ." '. ; 'Vff if- K Pat Fmt THE HARDIN-SIMMONB BRAND IW IWA a JtCtlCttiCCe!MCCfJ!tCCt) LETTERS TO DEAR OLD SANTA CLAUS ESS 1 l" t" V s f r l.v I . ' aa Dear Santa Claus: Please send me some more Buckcrs who have lots of money and who are always satisfied with duccca in the hole. These boys around here wcro o.k. but I have picked them as clean as a chicken. CLEDDIE HALL. Dear Santa Claus: Please let my boy friend down at Rico get well and It sure would help If you would whisper into Mahuron's ear that I am a pretty good olo gal and that I liked him lots even if I do not show it. Yours for better - looking boy friends BETTY MILLER. P. S.: All is forgiven about Valda Moore if ho will just play a return engagement with me. BET. Dear Santa Claus: I am the most popular boy on the campus (I counted tho votes myself) and not only in other people's opin- ions but in my own. Every now and then I give some girl on the campus a break and dato her. So the thing for you to do Santa is to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 January 1936

. -w wm. W Mi M I. NEWS TIPS: Jr.-Sr. Danquct Brand Staff FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation Page 1 Pago 1 . Page 2 Pago 3 Cnmpus Comment Tech Game wJff t -5 "' T IfThP 4rsMii r w s- U 8 VOL. 20 Juniors To Fete Seniors With Banquet On Jan. 18 TjHBAnd Program Details Of Social To Be Kept Secret; Emery President Promises Evening Of Thrills And Fun Saturday Jan. 18 8 o'clock at the Wooton hotel was selected as the time and place for the annual Junior-Senior banquet at a meeting 0f the Junior class in the Mary Frances parlor Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Day Emery president was In charge of arrangements. During the class session payments of $2.25 were settled upon as Junior dues for banquet purposes With charges of $1.00 for outsiders and faculty members who attend the social. A date committee with Fay Morrison as chairman was nnnnlnfi nn. msiing oi jo vineyard i Aaaington. .f . and Ccarlcy Kinard. AH dates must be turned into a member of the com- mittee for placements. Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 January 1936

!A .' .-"J1 . - rt ' . &" r' t arTw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND MLsf w II fci f 6W M wjY l."!rtV tRjp Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday daring the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slm-tnons University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. CTO1ENT CAMPUS COMMENT Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Ablleno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6761 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. F. McCARTY JR. Business Manager Cearley Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Machcn Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Qrcenbcrry Morrow Cartoonist Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Eocnig And Self ridge Exchange Editors Reporters: Margaret Anna Hart ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 January 1936

J MVf fK' THE nARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND RANCHERS DEFEAT TEXAS TECH 33-29 ... ... - Cowboys Cop Duet Of Cage Tries From ff.P.C. Capitalize On Free Throws To Down Matadors Quint Benson Leads Scoring For Cowhands With Nine Counters Tech Leads At Half Sport Slants Raiders Fail To Observe Rule Technicalities In First Frame Texas Tech's high ond mighty vep- utntlon took another snil tumble Inst night. The court chargers of Coach Frank Klmbrough lncking practice in the more subtle points of tha game plas- tered the sultans of sport from the Lubbock college 33 to 29 before a full house last night. Finesse as demonstrated by the Burl Huffman coached baUllion in polling all manner of rare illegali- ties was definitely up to old Tcci standards and Umpire Scruggs was forced to demonstrate almost equal nrtistry in calling the most flagrant though their performance at the foul ' line may have been a dccldin- factor the Cowboys' tally from scrimmage was only one goal shy of the Tech aggregate 11 to 12....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 January 1936

Fata Fmt TIIK HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND .Manny Weddingg Add CUnniax T SHoUday saigoira i Sfe HtamrtagM HRGliinde 1H.-& U. tadlinits9.Exs Robbie Windham Marries Tho marriage of Robbie Windham daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wind- ham and Glenn Lovctt son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lovctt was solemnized Sunday evening Jan. 5 in Marietta Okla. with Rev. W. G. Winans offi- ciating. Mrs. Lovctt did her freshman work in Hardln-Simmons university and later attended Texas College for Women (C. I. A.) at Denton. Mr. Lovctt who formerly attended Abilene Christian College is employ- ed by tho Ovcrstrcet Motor company. After a short trip to New Orleans tho couple will moko their homo in Abilene. Stefens Chapman Nuptials Said Walter Davis Chapman was married on December 2G in Baird to Miss Clin- tio Dee Stcffens. Those accompany ing the couple were Mildred McAden Stanley Coppinger and John Mingus. Mrand Mrs. Chapman left Sunday for San Angelo where they will make their home as Mr. Chapman is cm- ployed b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 January 1936

- ' . f'nril-vpjpfi tf i a. f"Sv & & v ' Brand ' t II II Ummm m M 1 I NEWS TIPS: Junior-Senior Banquet .... Page 1 Campus Comment .... .. Page 2 Proxies Disappear . Page 1 Road Trip Page 3 M m m - ii .J mp FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation VOL. 2D HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS January 18 1936 No. 16 Football Banquet To Honor Varsity And Fish Squads .o.-i ii I rvt'tt 1936 Cowboy Schedule Will Be Announced To Huge Crowd "Everything is in readiness for Hardin-Simmons' greatest football banquet" said Pliny Armour gener- al chairman of the affair to bo given Tuesday night at 7:30 in the Wooten hotel. Honoring the 1935 varsity and freshman football squads the banquet is expected to attract between 250 and 300. Last ticket check Indicated that 237 tickets hnd already been sold. Committees have been busy all week making ready for an appropriate finale to the grid season concluded in the Sun Bowl in El Paso Jan. 1. "In preparing the program we have tried to arr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 January 1936

rr.jfp-yh ' mFrZrP 1 A -IT" 1. i ' ." T's tftw lv THE HARDIN-StMMONS BRAND Vx B? I V - r' iV. f ''Mf ' 1 2rhP Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-SImmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hnrdln-Slm-mons University. Entered as second class mall matter Juno 22 1017 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offlco: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. F. McCARTY JIl Business Manager Cearlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Machen Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shclton Copy Editor Greenberry Morrow Curtooimt "Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager "Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Koenig And Sclfridgc Exchango Editors Reporters: Margaret Anna Hart Mnry Zilla Tur- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 January 1936

-V"T 'W-f A. '. f s V . ''V. ! -t r $ f. i. I THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND in " . RANCHERS WIN 2; LOSE 2 ON WEEK'S TOUR Stephen F. Austin Defeats H.-S. U. In Last Game Of Trip Victories Came Over Eadt Texas State Teachers ' And Sam Houston McCollum High Scorer Simmons Score 16 Points In Ten Minutes To Rally In Final Contest Hardin-Simmons rangy cagors struck a snag In their march through East Texas quintets as they prepared to head toward home Thursday night after a week of barnstorming in the big timber country. Stephen P. Aus- tin turned the tide with a 37 to 34 defeat after the locals had rung up victories over tiast Texas Teachers and Sam Houston. Coach Frank Kimbrough and his squad returned to the home camp yesterday from the tour which netted two victories and as many losses. East Texas nudged them out Monday evening for the first defeat of the year but they came roaring back the next night to even the count tak- ing the Pine-woodsmen by a comfort- able margin. Wednesday they tabu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 January 1936

Page Fmt THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND -L Local Alpha Psfi Omega Kfoldls BaroqpBt Kim WdMDteM ffifot!; Speech (Grounp Emteirtatos Climaxing a round of Initiation activities tho Zcta Theta chapter of Alpha Pal Omega entertained new members with a beautifully appointed dinner In the Wooten hotel Thurs- day evening. Grapefruit baskets In blue su- preme fried chicken vegetables shrimp salad and parfalt composed tho menu for tho occasion. Decorations were done in blue and nmbcr colors of the local chapter of the national dramatic society. Miss Nena Kate Ramsey Nora Levy and Edelweiss Jcnkens were In charge of the initiation In the fine arts aud- itorium which preceded tho dinner. These pledges wero taken into tho group: Don Gayer Ann Taylor Fran- cine Mcrrltt Freddio Sue Bloxom Mildred Burnett Clifton Harrison Naomi Davis Potty Hanks Fay Mor- rison and Elizabeth Cox. Tho program for the dinner was mnde up of an address by Miss Ram- sey and Impersonations of celebrities by members of tho socie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 February 1936

mhp Smn o NEWS TIPS: FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation "-Ballet Russe Page 1 Howard Payne Game . Debate Tourney Sport Slants . . Page 3 . Page 1 Page 3 VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY: 1 1936 No. 17 ): J i. 1$ 5H Glad to be back with you again. Slnccrcat consolations to nil who tried and foiled unless of course you deserved to fail because of wasted talents etc. Along the wasted talent line comes a sad story of one Louise Creed a girl who might have climbed high and one of which little has been tiaid in the way of scandal but she and Russell were not holding hands when Cop's light swept over them in back of the cafeteria one night not so long past. All you new students reading this column for the first time arc asked to pay no attention to it for it renlly amounts to nothing and is just put in tho paper to worry the ndmnistration and fill up space. If you arc the me- diocre sort you might get the job of writing it. The band has been running all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 February 1936

(WT V J !." :& ' .. THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 1 19S6 ;v psjfi 1 u If K I s I? & ft. i' - w. & ? ' V Six PrlU - .1 K-n ClYr .Brand A weekly collero newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club in the Interest of tho Student Body of Hardln-Sim-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 nt the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. P. McCARTY JB Business Manager Ccarlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associato Editor Mack Maclicu Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Grcenberry Morrow Cartoonist "Willnrd Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Koenig And Selfridgc Exchange Editors Ecportcrs: Margaret Ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 February 1936

' v sfr'- ... i February 1 1936 THE IMRDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Pf TWK - rif V" V ft. V 3 a & i is COWBOYS AGAIN DEFEAT OLD ENEMY HOWARD PAYNE Jackets Fall 35-26 Before Offensive Of Speedier Locals Victory Is Third This Year For Coach Kimbrough's Basketeers . Lead Only 14-12 At Half McColIum Leads Scoring Of Fray With Low Of 8 Points (Special to The Brand) imOWNWOOD Jan. 30 Coach Frank Klmbrotigh's rangy cagors again put the bee on tho Yellow Jackets in the opener of a two-gamo series hero Thursday night and walk- ed off with a 35 to 20 decision. It was Howard Payno's third defeat of tho year at the hands of tho Cow- boys. Launching a fast-moving offensive with tho opening tip-off tho Jackets forged ahead. It was nearly half- time before the Ranchers could recap- ture tho lead 14 to 12 at the mid- period. Thereafter the Cowhands forged safely out in front in the second frame played every man on their traveling squad and were not threat- ened in spite of a desperate rally by tho Yellow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 February 1936

Page Foar THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 1 1930 k Football Ptoinieip ABdl JhnMw-SeMw Banquet Enntertainn Local Stadleinit Fireshmmeini And Varsfity Attend Annunal Affffaiiir Hnrclln-Slmmons varsity and fresh- mnn footbnll squads wcro guests of honor for n banquet given by univer- sity fans in the modernistic ballroom at the Wootcn hotel Tuesday Jan. 21. "Every football man n star" was tho themo of the decorations and of the program with Pliny L. Armour president of the "S" association serv- ing ns chief announcer broadcasting from a typical press box. J. Owen Green president of the Cowboy club Gilbert B. Sandcfcr business manager of athletics at II. S. U. Frank-Junell publicity direc tor J. T. Hancy secretary-treasurer of the university Ncna Kate Ramsey speech arts instructor Mrs. Armour Mrs. Green Mrs. Sandcfcr Mrs. Ju nell and Mrs. Hancy were seated in tho "press box." Tho "kick-off" of tho program was mado by Dallas Scarborough first athletic coach at Hardln-Slmmons with tho "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 February 1936

Brand mp NEWS TIPS: llallct Russe Madman Speaks Press Club First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial Page 1 Page 2 Page 1 Page 2 Editorials VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEIIUUAKY 8 1936 No. 18 ?fenDlN3r M)VrlJ IKWW If you were one of the half-frozen spectators who happened to be un- fortunate enough to attend the last Daniel linker game you will appre- ciate this statement: "Mil Whatlcy as a ping pong hero would make a good life guard back at the Graham municipal swimming pool if they have one." This terrible man-killing sport has tnken the campus in one mighty rush nnd swept before it nil thoughts of studying or prolonged concentration. A petition to install ping pong tables in the auditorium nnd hnvo round table games nt nil chapel periods is making the rounds. And this is not to rub it in but who arc the fresh air hounds who air 'lie chapel building so thoroughly be- fore each session therein? All the enjoyment is taken from attendance the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 February 1936

j" jpijfoT ." Jo '.; !... rO Pare Tw TIIE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 18 1936 rra ir r ' r fr j - f. 6ei f Brrmfl A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of tho Student Body of Hnrdin. Sim- mons University. Entered as second clnss mail matter June 22 1917 nt tho Postofficc at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 211 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6761 V H ft "i Ml '-- i m f J ' ''i f f f ' -yMn 'fim i'n i i i; i ' f i p fl n ' t1 ft ''p GAINES S11ULTS Editor D. F. McCARTY JR Business Manager Ccnrlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Machcn Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Iloyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Greenberry Morrow Cartoonist "Willnrd Foster Asst. Business Manager "Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Colu...

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