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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 January 1920

■a. TK wpMr-vz wtsf/m?' < v ■ '"♦ ■ •wi ■ 3m ,/MJL 'lAxVA ns L-VVI' l/lx s* •: v / Southwestern vs.. Phillips Wednesday Jan. 28 PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Jim - J - PROF. TINSLEY SPEAKS AT THE Y. E C A. TEACHING PROFESSION OOHPAB- BD TO PREACHING PROFESSION BY POPULAR INSTRUCTOR Prof. R. W. Tinsley Bpoke to about forty boys at the."Y" meeting in San Jacinto Hall Sufiday evening. His sub- ject was "The Christian Man in the Teaching Profession." The speaker first took up the origin of the idea of the profession. '' Christ Himself sought only to be a teacher. The disciples of Christ were not trained preachers, but teachers. The teacher is a man who is making a sacrifice. The teachers in Northwestern University get only four dollars a day, whereas the plumber gets eight. A teacher can acarcely rear his family respectably. "There are, however, other great con- siderations in regard to the business of teaching. The in...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 January 1920

J- (Flip iiajajjhmtr tele Hltstyrh 1S07 Slftrtrratl? flrar Entered m second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffiiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress ef March 3, 1911. BOBEBT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Chief WILLlfrQHAM Business Manager EB8YL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENBlT J). AKIN Assistant Editor TQM QIBBft. Assistant Editor AUBBEY A. GBAVE8 Assistant Editor JOB L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STB AW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LATHlA COUBTOEY i Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KEBB Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCBIPTION PBICE $1.25 PEB YEAB 4' College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time.'' —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. v Supreme Court of Distri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 January 1920

mrrw TW ,, ■ ;*:' mmm i BBs T.; BROOKS PRIZE MEN .fxoifAt *opto is ou- 8IQAL NUMBERS BKJOYBD „ . Hl. . *w. Alamo. Literary Society last 'Monday morning was occasion for a very inter- esting program of international concern. Aubrey Graves in discussing the "Unit- ed States Blocking the Game" spoke of the unpopularity of our Nation inter- nationally at this time. She is accus- ed of negligence and is even called the "■lacker nation." She entered the war to smash empires but now holds up the progress of the world by her uncertain attitude in regard to the Peace Treaty. Robert Mood spoke on "The French Presidential Election and the Peace TYeaty." It is said that what France does the world does, hence the import- ance of her recent election. He did not consider the defeat of the French Tiger as a sign that France rejected the Peace Treaty but only that as a nation she preferred for the president the conserva- tive, Deschenel to the radical Clemen- ceau. France stils supports the Peace Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 January 1920

INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. BICE INSTITUTE Sophs trip the light fantastic in their annual dance at the University Club. An Aero Club of former aviators has been formed. T. C. U. T. C. U. has arranged a debate with Phillips University. 8. M. U. The S. M. U. Mustang, the new month- ly publication of the college, will ap- pear soon. Dean Pegues addressed the Y. W. C. A. last Sunday. After about three unsuccessful efforts a Pan-Hellenic among the men's frater- nities seems to be on the way to being organied. SIMMONS COLLEGE Dammit, the mascot bull dog of the Simmons Cowboys, has succumbed to an untimely death. His body reposes un- der a modest West Texas grave with a headstone of marble bearing the in- scription, "Dammit, he's dead." BAYLOR The winning proposition at Baylor on the League referendum was proposi- tion six, to pass the treaty with certain reservations. Freshmen will don green caps in a few days. C. I. A. The C. I. A. girls brought about a successful boycott against profiteering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 February 1920

/ i mm 'Maw 1 V . / Girls Basketball S. U. . . . 16 ; Waco High 9 January 30 •s ■ '4 ) published every tuesday the school year by ths students' association of southwestern university ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 15 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 3, 1920. Pirates Score S. U. . . . 31 Baylor . .15 January 30 GIRLS WIN OVER WACO HIGH ? f " ', ■ first girls' basketball game easy victory fob south- western FORMER EDITOR WRITES FROM NEW YORK plays, banquets, and politics prove chief interest to s.u. graduate at columbia WITH THE PLEDGES OF ALPHA DELTA PI Friday night, after the Southwestern quintet had defeated the Baylor team, the Southwestern girls' basketball team completed the end of a perfect day by defeating the Waco High School girls by a score of 16 to 9. The Waco girls showed lots of fight and pep, but the University girls prey- ed too strong for them. The ball was kept in Southwestern's territory most of the time. The S. U. girls started scoring right at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 February 1920

(She mpgapljoup WORLD FELLOWSHIP PBOOBAM AT Y. W. O. Al EfltaMtelfrfi 19 or Qtytrtrratfp flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the pOstoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR... ..Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Manager ER8YL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENRY D. AKIN.. Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW '. Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN 11" Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR .'...Assistant Business Manager MANLEY T.KF. PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant BusSness Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $125 PER YEAR ISSUE EDITOR. .. ERSYL BATTLE '' College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 February 1920

'fir/SX-Ti ' **<'■ ■ = FORMEB EDITOR WHITES FROM NEW YORK (Continued from page one) poshed aside. His last lecture is to be on "The Destiny of Man.'.' Saturday night the latest production of the Theatre Guild, Tolstoy's "Power of Darkness," drew the two former ed- itors. The presentation of this repul- sively realistic drama of peasant life is very good, according to personal judg- ment and to critical reviews in all the metropolitan papers. The editor of the Nation spoke on "The Press and the World Crisis" at the Brooklyn Ethical Culture Society 8unday morning. He was most critical of both the Press and all other agencies of reconstruction and of development of thought. Of course, he had a con- structive plan that shauld be adopted. If such critics did not arrogate to them- selves such a loneliness of knowledge and rightness, their words would be worth more. Nevertheless his address had much of worth in it. I heard Dr. Cadman of Brooklyn that afternoon on "Presidential Possibili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 February 1920

>jAX£bt. INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. T. C. U. The T. C. U. basket ball quintet lost all three games on their tour, games with Rice Institute, the University of Texas, and Southwestern. -i The Freshmen accomplished an un- usual feat when they kept their flag fly- ing all clay Monday. The football men were presented with gold footballs in chapel Friday morning. Reports show 580 enrollment. S. M. U. t The Mustang Athletes triumphed over the Texas Longhorns in the basket ball game Saturday night by a score of 19 to 0. Rice Institute defeated the Mustangs Monday night 24 to 23. The initial issue of the Mustang mag- azine appeared this weelt. SIMMONS COLLEGE. The annual convention of Texas Inter- collegiate Press Association will be held at Simmons College, April 8 and 9, of tliis year. Simmons defeated both T. C. U. and Rice in basket ball games. BAYLOR UNIVERSITY. The famous Belgian trio is to stage a musical program at Carroll Chapel on February 9. The Students' Self-Government Asso- cia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 February 1920

WM ' $f ■ i .'* ~ "it. : e • **• , INTERFRAT Basketball TO-NITE Pi Kappa Alpha vs. Kappa Sigma WF r- ' J ' ► * *«##* *### <*#«<*#« I PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY -sr ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 16 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 1920. Watch the New Walks. Have You Contributed Your Share? fc'1 . KRAFT PRESENTS VELVA CLARK IN REQTAL KB. O.K. HOOTBN, TENOR; MISS ANITA STORRS, VIOLINIST, AND MISS MADDEN, ACCOMPANIST ASSIST IN RECITAL. DR. S. G. GAGE SPEAKS AT Y. M. AND Y. ff.CJL "DOCTOR AND CHRISTIANITY'.' IS SUBJECT OF SUNDAY DEVO- TIONAL SERVICE. * The Fine Arts Department presented Miss Velva Clark for graduation in Piano last Friday evening at 8 o'clock. As- sisted by Mr. C. R. Hootonj tenor (Texas) University), Miss Anita Storrs, violin-^ ist. Miss Clark gave a very pledsmg ist. Miss Clark gave a very pleasing program which was another proof of her ability to interpret the most dif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 February 1920

JHSBJI ®ljp HHrgapljotte €atabliaIjrJ laor QTI|irtrmtl? Ifrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoflice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM . Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENRY D. AKIN. Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assist™ t Editor GRACE ANNA KERR.. ." Assistant Busines" Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE...,., $1.25 PER YEAR "College spirit is a bold and liardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time.'' —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. Supreme C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 February 1920

IP?^^ "■( IHbi «*tw3fe "P^*^iPPP"' HflP*^ 1: ■ fa§ B : L NEW GBOUP OBOANIZES IN SOUTHWESTERN. wM.ff fit'i* 'gm ?wm H i j ' f . 'i - , • f | nip* ' v -. *." ■ iVfSl' I V 4 pfe 1 1 W'V-'.' Sunday afternoon at two-thirty a number of students met in the San Jac Hall for the first regular meeting of the new world-fellowship group. Abotjt twenty-five students were present. Dr. Gray spoke on the purpose of the group. He said, "We are in a little world, but it must be related to the other world, we must begin to shoulder our responsibilities." A paper which was drawn up by the group leaders of the Des Moins Confer- ence was read before the group, and the resolutions which it set forth were ac- cepted as a declaration of the aims and purposes of the new organization. This paper is as follows: There is a feeling on the part of many student leaders, who have come to this great Convention, that there should be some sort of a Nation-Wide program by means of which we can apply in a prac- tical ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 February 1920

Mttkc H H > INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. SAM HOUSTON NORMAL. A cafeteria is being established. /A system whereby board at about $12.50 is proposed. HENDIX. A "post-exam" jubilee was held by the Y. M. C. A. to help remove tlie gloom caused by exams. A. & M. OF TEXAS. The "T" Club put oil a lite right last week with six boxing matches, a wrestl- ing bout and an intra club basketball game as features of the bill. RICE INSTITUTE. "The Thresher" staff visited the Hous- ton Post plant last week and gained val- uable points on the running of a paper. OKLAHOMA A. & M. David R. i orter, head of the student department of the Y. M. C. A., will ad- dress the college on Feb. 23. Ex-President Taft will speak at O. A. M. C. February 19. A chapter ot Omicron Nu has been es- tablished at the college. This is a Nation- al Home Economics honorary fraternity. S. M. U. Dr. R. S. Hyer, presient of the Uni- versity since its foundation, will resign soon. BAYLOR (WACO) Wni. Butler Yeats is due to spea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 February 1920

■i'r' V p Ois S.M.U. 22 S.U. S. M. U. 27 Girls Basketball ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XIH NUMBER 27 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 17, 1920 1920-1921 ITORS HENRY D. AKIN Elect of Ths Megaphone job c. BEaora Editor-Elect of The Sou wester EFS OF STARS FOR ■NEXT YEAR ELECTED TO BUN m . Vr.r':'! ML BISHOP DENIES "ABSOLUTELY HO FOUNDATION FOB BEPOBT OF* MERGER OF &M.V. AND ft. U." Denyinga report nuule public by an article in the Dallas Times-Herald and reprinted in the Fort Worth Star Tele- gram and the 8. M. U. Campus to the effect that 8. M. U. and Southwestern were to be merged, President Bishop oe espied chapel Saturday morning with a discussion of the situation of the two schools. The artiele, whose author has not so far claimed his rather dubious honor, made a most interesting series of statements. It said that as part of the effort to unify the two branches of Methodism in the United States, South- western University aad Southern Meth- odist University were to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 February 1920

'^V' I ■' * i BBS ®I|f iMpgapljuttP ILstabluihrb 190? iEljtrtrrutb |nr Entered as Heond-elau mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under A< t of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBEBT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLING!! AM Business Manager EB8YL BATTLE General Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GBAVES Managing Editor HENBY D. AKIN.'. : Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor JOE L. BEBGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW . Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAUBA COUBTNEY Assistant Editor LUC1LE SNIPES .*. . Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KEBB Assistant Business Manager MAN LEY LEE PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCBIPTION PBICE $1.25 PEB YEAB "College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole Stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time." —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 February 1920

r^p!; W;r ^7^' • . *n W, ."-^j6'irf.*1 * | ^ v '*. '• '''■■' ly fc" ^ ^ *"Y 0f*^* /^'^' ''. r . ' * ^C*v 1 ^wjKpri * ■| SWf '', -'■■ i* ■ £" |h!/5 ' m SAW JACINTO GIYE8 VALENTINE PARTY San Jacs Eveu Alamos for Football Score with Entertainment Saturday Night San Jacinto hall beautifully decorated with festoons of hearts and lcewpie dolls, presented a glad scene Saturday night for a Valentine party .given by the San Jacinto Society to the Alamo Literary Society and the faculty members. Ihe warm rose of the society colors whir]} were used in the decoration was soft- ened contrast to the customary predomi- nating red of St. Valentine's Day. The first form of entertainment was given in the auditorium where the audience were given heart shaped bills for a "Program of Jazz." Miss Fleming as the Immigrant violinist was welcomed with delight. The San Jac Quartet with dra- matis fantomine was especially appre- ciated. Mr .Session's jazz trombone was quite a "hit" as well as was San Tone Whit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 February 1920

intercollegiate notes. 8. M. U. Dr. Hyer has formally tendered bis resignation. A movement is in foot to make him president emeritus. Large portraits of the two recently seleeted Rhode* Scholars, George Thom- as and Jack Doty, have been presented to the college. SIMMONS ' A successor to Dam-it has been pro- posed. Quite a discussion as to the proper namr has ensued. Simmons trounced Baylor for two bas- ketball games. TRINITY The Y. M. C. A. had a kid party last week. Not having any Caesar, Trinity had to depend on the Y. M. C. A. to open their Little Store. RICE INSTITUTE Rice had Prof. S. Makita of Osaka, Japan, as a guest last week. General Pershing visited Rice during his Houston visit. BAYLOR A new boys' dormitory is called for in a contract made Feb. 7th. $300,000 is to be expended. A. k M. A. & M. has a schedule of six track meets for nineteen twenty. The A. & M. boys seem to have the Southwest championship assured for basketball, too. IT. OF TEXAS Margaret Marsh leads...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 March 1920

i Lf ■ f ; 5' i 1 Miss Annex and Mr. Mood Hall are taking week- | end visits this week PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 1 * •' 1920 HAT FETE TO BE PAGEANT OF SEASONS ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME Xin. NUMBER 19 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR, 2, 1920. S. U. Girls 20 San Marcos Academy Girls 18 PRESIDENTS LETTER w ■ . ' * i- ■jgi. 'fsfe jti . ■ ■ ■ . m m ■ g- THREE-ACT PAGEANT TO BB UNIQUE IN ITS FIELD— •"SPIRIT OP 8.U." A FEATURE The announcement of May Fete plana tyy its director, Miaa Kuykendall, justifies the prediction that this year's May Fete •will be a remarkable pageant in many respects. Although the traditional tear tures of the May Fete will be observed, so many novel features will be intro- duced that the fete will seem like an en- tirely new pageant. The pageant proper will be in three parts, the first of which will be the ^march of the girls composing the pa- geant. Not only will the usual march- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 March 1920

' (She Upppljmtp SCHOLARCHIP SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOE YEAR Eatabltalfri lfior ®ljirtrrntl? flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBEBT G. MOOD, JB , Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM ,. Business Manager EBSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor AUBBEY A. GBAVES Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN. Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS : .Assistant Editor JOE L." BEBGIN .Assistant Editor IVY STBAW ...v,.'...... . .Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN r. Assistant Editor LATJRA COUBTNEY . Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES V Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEABCY ...Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCBIPTION PBICE '. .$1.25 PEB YEAR THE HYPHENATE We have in Southwestern this term an unusual number of boys and girls from other colleges. Most of these transfers are making good college citizens and are proving thoroughly and consiste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 March 1920

J plpp} I h r#i ; f v > ' I I,, III I III! , , - 1) '• -• :< 'i: .nKv'; • r 1.' 1 INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. • HENDRIX " v James Hopkins and Reuben Hayes are the debaters against S. M. U. MERIDIAN (JUNIOR COLLEGE) An April Fool's Paper, "The Branding * Iron," is to be published according to plans of certain students. 8. M. U. An interesting write-up of the abdue- v tion of the Southwestern tetem pole is to be found in this week's 8. M. U. Cam- pus. Bishop Mouzon is heading a plan to determine the student sentiment in 8. M. TJ. in regard to the church unifica- tion plan. , —— U. OF TEXAS A pushball contest and bacon fry is to celebrate March 2 at the University 'of Texas. . Over two hundred automobiles are owned by students of the University of Texas. , ,i The two fraternities and four sorori- tions which were debarred from initia- tion last fall because of low scholarship averages have been reinstated. , ^ —-— 0. L. Webb is visiting friends at 0. I. A. in Denton this week. Louise ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 March 1920

Hfc, I fr Henry D. Akin' ia visiting Temple friends this week end. Lueile Snipes is a Dalian visitor for the week end. / Mary Mathilde Akin is visiting in Temple for a short while. Graee King went -to Dalian Saturday to spend a day or two. Mrs. Wood of the San Marcos Acad- emy was a visitor at the Annex Wednes- day. Edwin C. Calhoun is visiting his home in Temple for the holidays. Jfew shipment of fresh Peanuts just amved at The Alcove. Tommie Nichols is being treated to a few days of Beisel luxury by his friends, the Pnnchards. Dick Brewer is somewhat improved after a week's illness with fln. Parke Boss Chadwick was a Temple visitor for the Texas Independence Day. Ann Mintqr's father was her guest Thursday. Thelma Nichols and Madye Kersey are in Temple today as visitors. .Bessie Crouch is at home in Temple this week. Quality and service. We call for and deliver promptly. MILES QBOS., Dry Cleaners, Phone 262. Margaret Bassett spent a few days in Temple this week end. Virgil Long wen...

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