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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1935

■ K tr- '■?-£ ?■ fis rv7- u?t y . '■. : .. f.:-; n ■. . '■V\' ' K ■'■>- THE J 3;s:,r..,v^ ... V'. S:V'/t4 ;®1 VOL, XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1935 NUMBER 26 PLOWBOY In a little more than two weeks the school year will be a thing of the past. Going to summer school? Going home? Just what are your plans for the summer? It's high time you were making definite plans for the summer months; that is, if you haven't made them already. Because, little as you may realize it, much of your success in the next school year depends upon your summer activities. If you get a job, hang on to those pennies. If you go to summer school, go into your studies with the same spirit as if you were at- tending the winter session. These have been a few thoughts that may prove helpful to you. Tarleton's walking (or run- ning) off with the track meet Wednesday tapers off a very suc- cessful sport year for the school. Ending second in the conference in football, the Plowboys went "one better" a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PostofEice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Tear Single Copies -$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING EATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Eepresentative: National Ad- vertising Service, Inc., 11 West 42nd St., New York; 400 North Mich- igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. STAFF Norris Davis Jack Smith -Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Yaudine Williams ....Carolyn Slaikeu Louis Tate Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Associate Editor News Editor Feature Editor Society Editor — Exchange Editor Reporters: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell McDermett, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Justine Lim- roth, Fay Scarbrough, Bob Shannon, Mary Cockrill, Burke Horton, Mar- tha Bolinger, A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1935

THE J-TAC \a ~" v • v. ■ V fAGE THREE ;-?V V V\ Babe Didrikson Works Her Way Up In Golf; Pulitizer Prizes Are Awarded The Pulitzer Prizes for the best original American play and out- standing novel for 1934 were be- stowed Monday night on Zoe Akins' "The Old Maid" and Jose- phine Winslow JohnsonVNow In November". Announcement of the awards in journalism and literature, ten in all, representing the highest rec- ognition in these various fields was made by Dr. Nicholas Mur- ray Butler, president of Columbia University, at the annual dinner of the alumni of the Pulitzer School of Journalism. William H. Taylor of the New York Herald-Tribune won the ?1,- 000 prize, which was awarded for his series on the international yacht races last September of New port, R. I. Arthur Kroek, Washington Cor- respondent of the New York Times, was given $500 for the Washington or foreign correspon- dent with the best record of distin- guished service. Ross A. Lewis of the Milwau- kee Journal won the $500 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC ■SOCIETY MKS. MOODY ENTERTAINS DORMITORY ASSISTANTS Last Wednesday night Mrs. Moody entertained the girls who work in the dormitory with a light dinner. She served sandwiches, congealed fruit salad, canapes, mints, olives, chocolate cake, and iced tea with mint. Those attend- ing were Johnnie Pier son, Flora Jones, Grace Short, Minnie Sporer, Christine Brandon, Hazel Wortham, Velma Moody, Noleta Hardy, Mary Lois Griggs, Viola Fisher, Lucy Howell, Hester Muse, Elouise Dunwody, Helen Thomas, Hazel Nordyke, Mattie Mae Greenway, Margaret Vaughan and Mary Beth Thomas. BUFFET DINNER FOR PRESS CLUB AND SPECIAL GUESTS Members of the Press Club, new members of the publications staffs and several special guests were entertained at a buffet dinner at the Stephenville Library Saturday night. Programs, in the form- of small year books, were favors. Flora Jones, Press Club president, gave the foreword. Ann Eldyss Jarrett gave the dedication to the business managers and editors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

>T ■ t . m * .A r i>. '-X ■,"-e" r-f? : H ■ \ - :r" : i-i: •■'. ? i rV . .v.-r. f - v W1 ">■:? .-v1 ■ !■ ■, VOL. XVL STEPHEN VlXtDE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1935 WMBEKI. Tarleton Cadet Officers Named; Rating Withheld git Present Time THIRTY-FOUR NAM]GS ARE INCLUDED ON RATED LIST The cadet officers for Tarleton ill the 1935 : and 1936 school year have been announced as reborn- mended by Captain George M. Davis, professor of military science, and approved by J. Thomas Davis, dean. ■ The rating of the officers will be made by '■ Captain Davis shortly after school opens Septem- ber 16, The new list includes Bedford Furr, Breckenridge; Leland Turn- bo, Iiometa; John D. Harper, Santa Anna; Williams. Paul Jones,. Al- pine; George Collins, San Antonio; Paul Roberts, . San Antonio; Wayne Cowan, Stephenville; W. C. Sell- man, Hico; Willard McCoy, Clarks- ville; Ed.win Dyess, Albany; Bryant Cowan, Stepheiiyille; Norman Ma- lone, TJrady; Marvin Ratliff, Sterl- ing City; James R....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

^V£tfVv--- iW V"-'-/'" '■; PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the JV^toffiee in Stephenville, TeiaSj under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25e eolumn inch; foreign,. 3£c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Tesaa. 8TAPP Editor-in-Chief , — Business Manager Associate Editor 1 News Editor ..V/ayne Cowan .W. C. Sellman Clara Nell Mc'Dermott V.'utiI i i! tj Williams Feature Editors .. —~~ Society Editor Exporters for This Issue: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Jack Bay Cos, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller. „___ ..Lymlsay and Wylie Phillips l Frances Tate „Earl Wilcosaoa WELCOME TO OUR COLLEGE To all students, new and old, the college extends ite moat sin- cere welcome, full of hope for the greatest year in the life of the institution. In this, the earliest J-Tae ever edited, the J-Tac staff, imbued with the unconquerable spirit of John Tarleton, dedicat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

•r K^Ga^HEEB ■ , "'J GRID SEASON BRINGS * j (By College News . Seuvicb ) '« A hu£e; gilded question mark traces " itself over the composite picture of American intercollegiate ■ football .as thousands of grim grid warriors slip out of renovated dressing' rooms onto the 1935 greensward. I ■- The Ladies' Store . Extend:! .a Welcome to Teachers and ' Stii* deiita of Tarloton OoUoeo ' • Everything In Ladies Wearing Apparel i ; r ■ WELCOME/ WE ARE GLAD YOU ARE BACK Service Drug- Store You dan always shop to ad- vantage at the Resall Store :Heralded as the mosb' complex season in the history of modern football, the fall'season looms like a sphinx before dopesters who wouldn't take an. even bet on their last year's favorites- ' i . One trend was. said to be fairly .certain. This yeai> yven more than the 1934 ' season, will "see pigskin ovals slicing the air with 'the greatest of ease, all because of the phenomenal power released by Alabama's sharp-shooter, "Dixie" Howell, when he punctu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

* PAGE FOUR THE J-T A C C ■ HOME LAUNDRY One Block South of Tarleton Ave- nue on Oltntou Mrs. T. Xi. Music, piop. HEY,. PLOWBOY! Visit The Plowboy Haven Beat of Eats and Drinks Dr. J. A. Whitacre DENTIST AND X-KAY Office Over Service' Drug. Store Welcome Students and Faculty The Varsity Shop W. F. HENSON GROCERY Welcome Students/ Everything In. the Line of Grocer- ies—let Us Serve Yott East Side Square WELCOME STUDENTS/ Perry Bros., Inc. 5,10, 25c Store Welcome Students/ SEE Bill at The Mill For Good Eats Cadets and Co-Eda Equally Welcome CADET' and CADBTTE^. CHATTER When mare students are sent to John Tarleton, Iredell High School will send them. With an average senior graduation each spring of 18, there were 13 Iredell graduates enrolled here Monday. Heading the list are Ama Rogers, Ranee Phil- lips, Herbert Cunningham, , and Bob Shannon, each returning for the second year. Newcomers regis- tered included Betsy Fouts, Marie Fouts, Frances Phillips, Irene Huekaby, Roy Lawrence, G. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

" r - f-v THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE CO-EDS CHOOSE SENATOR AS OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY Stanford; University, Calif.—"Tile real value of a man is to be gauged by the yardstick of history." Thus did leaders of a group of co-eds at Stanford this week ex- plain their choice of young Senator Rush Holt over personalities as Clark Gable, Max Bear and other well-known "he-men." in. a popu- larity poll. "Senator Holt has personality, enthusiasm for his -work and a non- political attitude toward his job," one of the co-ed voters explained. Others of the youngest senator's enthusiastic supporters predicted that Holt will ba at the height of his career—maybe president of the United States—when Gable and Baer are only the titles for musty envelopes in a^ newspaper morg&e. They, of course, did not think it necessary to point out that Holt is -unmarried, while Baer and Gable are.—(College News Service.) COX CANDY KITCHEN Next Door to Palace Theatre Home Cooked Meals—Home Made Candles Is Promoted to Be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 September 1935

rrr^x-. ';.fe' :'■■'■ :V SIX .>. THE J-T AC BLAKENEY'S: WELCOME STUDENTS! —Congratulations on your splendid foresight in choosing Tar- leton for your school. You have made a -wise1 selection in schools. . , . Naturally, you'll look for a congenial plaice to . shop. You'll find the welcome sign is always out at our store. .Smart regulation accessories for Cadet and Co-ed. -The chic shoe illustrated deserved the second look yon gave. it. and you'll like It all the mote when Toa see it oji yeur foot. It is otic of the many new Trim Trtd Sty- les that we have tos how you at— Drawstring WsSk 2.95t« #4.95 ADMIRATION HOSIERY —Beautifully sheer, two thread and itiree thread chiffons and service weights in new regulation shades—- , 59c to $1.35 SHAPELY SHIRTS $"|49 —Mack's new formfit shirt with Fleiton collar. Designed for the man with broad shoulders and narrow' waistline. Starched collar appearance . . . soft collar comfort ... No starch, no wilt, jio curl, no nVlnlile. Fine quality wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1935

f r \ i t : h\- r. ■; ;■ ■■ r. P ■ t t ? !i ■: j V. ; >V , V VOL. XVI, STBPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1935 NpWBBR % TarletonV Football Team Puts On Flashy Show for Large Crowd STUDENT BODY SHOWS UP WELL IN FIRST PEP YELLS The co-captains, William Gay Kennedy and Henry Todd, led their "team mates through a flashy dum- my scrimmage for the benefit of the new and old students of the college last Wednesday night on Hays field.' On the first play a -spectacular run. of sixty-five yards was reeled off by "Smitty" Wis- dom, diminutive mascot of the Plowbpyg. Weaving aijd dodging, he follow- ed the effective blocking of Jen- kins,' Graves, Todd, and Kennerly to. score the first touchdown wade on the field for the 1935 football season. A large student body assembled to participate in the Plowboy yells. Bill Webb, head cheer leader, and his two assistants, T. A. Parker and Grady Morrow, put the as- sembled group through the peppy yells. Several new ones were in- trodueed, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1935

PAGE TWO THE MAC PERCY THE FERSEVBBER Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffico in StepheavUIe, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879.: ' ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign,135e column inch. Address all communications to .the J-T&c. Tarleton Station, Teias. STAFF .... Wayne Cowan JW. G, Seilman ..Mary Bert McAfee ..Clara Nell McDermett ..Vaudine Williams Editor-in-Chief --—;—: Business Manager , — Assistant Business Manager 1~ — Associate Editor ....—; News Editor — —■——— FeatuTe Editors ...—„— ' : Society Editor ; — Sports Editor —r —— ~-y ^—~~ — Euporteru for This Issue: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Jack Ray Cos, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldysa Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimjny Morris, Fay Scarbrottgh. . . . / -1 ' -Lyrulsay and Wylia Phillip's Frances Tate ..Earl Wileoxsoa ARE YOU PULLING TOWARD YOUR STAR? Registration, fee paying, and free nights are just about all over, and both...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1935

V- J-TAC PAGE THREB WELCOME STUDENT'S/ Mew and Ola C.L. CROMWELL DENTIST West Side of the Square Dr. J. A. Whitacre DENTIST AND X-JtAY Office Over Berries jProg Store WELCOME CO-EDS SAUNDERS BEATTSY SHOP Expert Service by a Licensed Beauty operator Over Ellis Insurance Agency 'r ■ '■ * f ■ ij WELCOME STUDENTS/ DANDY BAKERY fresh cakes, pies, and COOKIES WELCOME FLOWBOYS FAY'S PLACE BEST or EATS Across From Depot J.R.MOSER Grocery & Market PbOBO 235 We Deliver Sinclair Gasoline 99,000,000 F,OOT POUNDS OF POWER TO THE " ,PLOWBOY8 MARR'S Service Stafion" Firestone Tires The Edna Ann Shop One Block Off Square on Wash- ington Street Here's to a most successful year. We are staking, a big special to you this week on the season's best colors in hoso. DIBS. OASBEER tLEEN CASBEEB QUALITY DKIKKS AND SANDWICHES THE VARSITY SHOP STUDENTS AND FACULTY ATTEND ANNUAL RECEPTION The annual student-faculty re- ception was held in Hunewell Park Thursday evening. The guests en- tered through a gate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1935

! 'V PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC PLOWBOY Everyoue. is .catching the old Tarleton spirit as he should. The work of the 1 cheer leaders, at the football workout last Wednesday night -was very good- Students, new and old, took hold and yelled with'vim and pep. That is the right spiriti freshmen! Be out at all the forthcoming' Tarleton activities. No one. is better liked than a smiling, gay, debonair, young cadet or co-ed, Tarleton is known for its air of friendliness. Those stu- dents who have gone before created this spontaneous air of every-ready smiles and ■ we do not wish to be- little their precedent by being ego- tistical, conceited, or supercilious; consequently it is our duty to keep up this good work. Join in, owe and all, and let's make- this the biggest and friendliest year J. T. A. C. has ever had. You, smile and another smiles. The other smiles, and two more smiles. Smile! The result is one big smile al! over the campus recreated by that one big smile. Come on, co-eds, start the g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1935

; ;;y, r. ■■ . ; ■. : ' . ' .. : .. :iv VOL. XVI ST K PHUNVHi r.K, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1035 NUMBER 3. ! ■J I * ■>> ; . * ANHEX CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN OCTOBER Construction of the newest an- nex to the Girls' Dormitory will begin at ah early date, probably .by the middle of October, accord- ing to H. C. Doremus, who is in charge of the work. As soon as lights and other fixtures are in- stalled in the upper floors of the new wing of the Science Building attention will be turned to the new project. Materials no longer needed at the Science Building are being moved, into positon at the Dormi- tory, Mr. Do rem us said that stu- dents may know construction has definitely started -when the hole for £Jiq. foundation is begun.. Although Tarleton is assured of a boys' dormitory, the final ap- proval has not been received. Student labor, both FERA and Tarleton, will be used as much as possible on the new buiuldings. EK-TARLETON BOVS RATE AT A, AND I Nine ex-Tarleton students ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stepheaville, .Texas,, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35b column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarletoii Station, Texas. STAFF , Editor-in-Chief. — , r-~ : Business Manager Assistant Business Manager , Associate Editor News Editor —_! . Feature Editors —.—__ Society Editor -Wayne Cowan ~W. 0. Sellman l^Mary Bert McAfee ..Clara Nell McDermett -.Vaudine Williams ..Lyndaay and Wylie Phillips . Francea Tate _Eari Wileoxsoti Sporty Editor —— ;———- Exporters for This Issue: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Jack Kay Cox, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldysa Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fuy Scarbrough. ■ ■ ATTEND STUDENT CHAPEL . Monday morning student chapel will be held for the iirat time this year. Several students have boasted that they £id not attend this meeting a single...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE ■i * J "i . i". AGGETTE OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED AT NEXT MEETING The Aggettes held an open house meeting at the gymnasium Wed- nesday night, September 25, with Miss Laura Fellman as sponsor. Punch was served to 129 girls, after, an enjoyable hour of dancing. The Agette officers are to be ejected at the next regular meet- ing, which will be held in two weeks. Subscribe now for The J-Tac. MORNING NOON and NIGHT See Bill at the Mill WELCOME STUDENTS/ New and Old €. L. CROMWELL DENTIST West Side of the Square Dr. J. A. Whitacre DENTIST AND X-KAY Office Over Service Drug Store WELCOME/ City Electric Shop Philco Radios SALES AND SERVICE Let Us Take Care of YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS Welcome Students.' It's economy to have your afcoea Bepaired at Newsom Shoe Shop — Belknap. Street ,—* Yeu'rti Always Welcome at Hill's Shoe Shop Tarleton Avenue All Work Ouaranteed MAJESTIC Barber and Beauty Shop You can always shop to ad- vantage at th< REXALL STORE Service Drug Store CADET ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1935

! --TT FAGS F^UR THE JTrT AC Sport Hob Nobs In all departments, especially on the defence, the Plgwboys turned in a fair game against Westmoor- land, The line proved to be un- usually strong. Collins and Ford, both crowded by Smiley, led the charge. The backfield flashed a beautiful pass defense. The offense'is not to be ignored. If any conclusions are to be drawn from the exhibition Friday night A£kins, Gray, and Jones are to be consdered seriously by any- body's team. Especially was the ! running of Atkins pleasing. For lessons in blocking and run- ning interference just go to the field the next game and keep your eyes on Killian. He seldom carries the ball, but he is in on every play. Tarleton Downs Westmoorland 24-0 With Fast Offense and Defense Play ATKINS, GRAY LEAD ATTACK; funperburk sHtnys well Did you notice that smaller and lighter backfield in the third and fourth periods outplaying the hea- vier starting squad? It seems there is at last a serious threat to take .Tarleton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1935

■ I;.'/ ' '.'J . . ; t: " fi ■-'?£-l •-- ... - yojvxvi. TT ; STEPHENVXI.LE, TEXASj' SATURDAY, ;OQTO?ER 5, 1935 "■ NUMBESJ Nominalio**$ for Sponsors Approved; To Be Voted On At Drill Next Tuesday V* ... 4 ■' * A breath-taking entertainment wilf be presented in student cha- pel Monday morning by Edwin D'je^a apd the student Council. On : tHe.progranv will be such, stellar ; ,-performers as Odeil Filio.tt, Tofli Meriifeth, Edwina Sparks, , and; members of thq'College Orchestra,.! Thomas Archibald Parker, lea-' der of the'Tarleton famous "Par-i ?:ker ^Playboys;"'stated emphatical- 4y that ihis orchestra's music .is a L -eftmbination of Guy Lombardo's,' -Wayne 5 King's,, and Paul. White-; man's,' (which should be good . .-^enough' to delight the heart and •'ear. of any attentive cadet or co- . 'ed.V 'T/ A., who plays the guitar, ■is well'supported by Arliss (Beer- head) Wyiitt, that stirring trum- pet player who made the National. Guardsmen at Palacios cry'' for home and-then- yollfor mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Cotlege Entered as Beeond-claas mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stepiieaville, . Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879, ADVERTISING BATES; Local, 25c column incli; foreign, 35c column Inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae. Tarleton Station, Teaas. STAFF -Wayne-Cowan _W. C. Sellman _Mary Bert McAfee Editor-in-Chief j, —— '— Business Manager Assistant Business Manager — — Associate Editor -J. ' News Editor - - -—-—: Feature Editors — ——_—— Society Editor J,—__ _ - Sports Editor —— ^atj! Wileoxsoa Reporters for This Issue: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Jack Eay Cox, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Pay. Scarborough, Jack Morris, Mollie Katherine Rehders, James . , Wilkerson. ;Ciara Nell MeDermett Vaudine Williams „Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips -Frances Tate LET'S ALL HAVE A GOOD TIME The dances have begun. Friendliness. i® the one essential to successful socials,...

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