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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

IHpA - •• ■ ••'' *r -* .'■' • '• ■' * "": ' ;•": WmMfifflm i ?• r-< V K. i •;. K y i$* 'i., Styg jUkgapfrong Eatablialfril 190? Qtyirtrrnllf frar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoflBee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. From the Students of Southwestern To The Former Students of Southwestern The present student body of Southwestern Uni- versity composed pf some four hundred boys and girls, meeting in called session, extends to yon a cor- dial and sincere invitation to attend the Third Home- coming of the students of the college. We do not know all of yon and yon do not know all of us, but we know the old Southwestern spirit and you remember with pleasure and satisfaction that same spirit, and the Homecoming will afford to yon the best possible opportunity to renew your af- fection for your old school, for the old Southwestern spirit and the old Southwestern institutions. You have doubtless received many words of in- vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

/ WYHIFRED AEM8TR0N0 IS AUXI0U8 TO HELP , \ j r 1 't~ y Accepts Place as Leader of Olaas of Blgfctgr People to Bring Them to «■ the Homecoming Dear Mr. Davidson: It is with pleasure that I accept the appointment as leader of the old stn- denta of the 1915 class. Indeed, I'm feeling honored to be chosen as one out of eighty for that position, and shall do my beat as a booster. When do yon want the letter of in- vitation written, and how soon Bhould the copies be aentf If all the old stu- dents are as enthusiastic as myself and my co-worker, Mark Hubbard, '17, they will not really need invitations to the Homecoming. Is there anything else I can do to help in any way in making the Homecoming a success? If so, let me know the details. i Very sincerely yours, WYNIFRED ARMSTRONG. Ennis, Texas. - GEORGE GRAVES COMING WITH TWO DAUGHTERS Invites Students of 1890-1893 to Meet His Wife and Family at South- Homecoming Dear Drs. Bishop and Davidson: Tonr letter of March 18th according me the opp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

EataMialjri) Otyirtrrntlf BASEBALL 'mm. m 111 ■ JK I !' I r I, : r . 8 ■< ft. • I 11 b-S Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBEBT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Chief 6. E. WILLINGHAM .Business Manager :35B8YL BATTLE .....' General Assistant Editor AIJBBEY A. GBAVES .Managing Editor HENBY D. AKIN Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor JOE L. BEBGIN Assistant Editor IVY STB AW ... .Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAUBA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KEBB Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON ... Assistant Business Manager THANK YOU To the various students and faculty members, to Miss Madden of the Music Department, to George Trttitt of Wichita Palls, who con- tributed a feature article, to the secretaries of the Greek letter clubs, to all who have helped the publicity committee of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

i ss Sr jagjjjjg.- - '.'- :.• wr*? -■ / *••<• ' ^ '•' > -f:.^ S< . - 'r .'?, ttA*j(5 of Green jy •im ,fc * Hk ■ Matinee and Night t ■\ . One Day Only Monarch Theatre on MARY MILES MlNTERi R2ALAR.T PICTVRE8 WEDNESDAY April 14, 1920 ADMISSION Children under 12, 15c Adults 35c One Day Only HOME COMING PROGRAM FBIDAY, APRIL 30 2:00-5:00 p.m.- -Domestic Art Exhibit: Laboratory, Main Build- ing. Mattie Craddock, Director. *5s ' a . , 7:30 p.m.—-Music Festival: "The Holy City"—Gaul. University Methodist Church. Chorus of one hundred. Quartet of Solo Artists. Dean F. W. Kraft, Conductor. 9:30 p.m.—Beception: President's Besidence. In honor of Southwestern Women, given by the Facul- — ty Woman's Forum. SATURDAY, MAY 1 10:00 a.m.—-Baseball: Snyder Field. Pirates vs. Southwestern's Old Stars. 12:30p.m.—Barbecue: Snyder Field. Ill honor of Southwestern's Sons and Daughters, given by the Citizens of George- town. 5:45 p.m.—May Fete: Lawn of Wom- an's Building. Laura Kuy- kendall, Direct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

$ :' ■' . " *.V'J [J if : I 1/ \ RJ; it £D" Bfr •'' . i ALMA MATER Again we hail thee, Mother dear, Hail to thee, Southwestern. Thy sons are loyal, never fear. Loyal to Southwestern. Well ne'er forget thy fost'ring care, The quiet hour of morning prayer, The ringing call to service there, Back in old Southwestern. Our fondest memories will cling, Cling to thee, Southwestern. And all the service we can bring Shall be thine, Southwestern. The days of toil we welcome here, We love the town with all its cheer, The church to every student dear, Dear to old Southwestern. Come, let us on to victory For our dear Southwestern. For Texas still has need of thee, Needs her own Southwestern. And may thy sun forever shine, As students gather at thy shrine, For life and death, we all are thine, Always thine, Southwestern. Thy daughters fair, thy sons, we all Look to thee, Southwestern. Thy firends shall rally at thy call, Rally 'round Southwestern. All hail to those who offered most, To Mood who c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 April 1920

r;y *W| //#%/• :> '••'! ♦ ?■ Tf&J 5; THE FARMERS STATE BANK Georgetown, Te?as Solidto your account and gtva careful attention to all entrusted to it. d win 01 bu - We appreciate the liberal pat- ronage i*« have bad In the pact and hope to merit a continuance of same in the future. ' An of our facilitiea are $ Remember- Where there is beauty, !! we take it. <! Where there is none, < - we make it. Ymt Photographer ▼ •%eoeeoooo< SEE OSCAR BERTtMAN —FOR— FIRST-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE A. Biglinri, President, Dalian, Texas "THK SCHOOL WITH THE REFU- TATION. The Metropolitan baa been in sneeesefnl "on thirty-two yeara—it stands in Tezaa aa a THOKOUGH and BELIABLiE Commercial School. Write for foU information. - WHARTON L. FOSTER nrSUBAHCE Office: TJostairs inst west of; I Drop Store Phonea: Office flS; JStimc*■ ■ ■> ~ «■.<• .^ I 11 DR. W. H. MOSES Office over Stone's Drag Stem ' r ^ :: * .. '• "V Phones: Office, 333; Residence, 390 I %W "** ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 April 1920

WWD&?1 <** .; %-KW^';:^'Wf#. * \ ™ ... aw ■ .JW a. ' . r> - wftt. ^^•i'k.l^^J*rw'-.?•? •!!. IV'? . 5 ■h—W*** SCHOOL BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF ■uirmwiai'iuui TBU VOLUME zm. . NUMBER GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920 " .' '■Mli *" 4 w,*: BY OFFICE ALAMOS HAVE PROGRAM ABOUT ROBERT BURNS ' Sc H B&aalB :' ..*• M -afeiBE? s&iilsi v . Ef^fc V'<' •• M" «fo £' ' ■"M tm The winter term high averages are: Qns Cox, 90.5. Velma Wilson, 96.1. Mildred Jackson, 96. Mary Mathilde Ahin, 96. Elizabeth Tyson. MJ. Lola M«e DulaiAiy, 94.9. Beryl Knckerbocker, 94.7. !* Bryan, 94. 'V • - "! Opal Gartner, 94. * Lovick Black, 94.' DISTINCTION LIST. Georgia Adams: Education 2, Educa- tion 4, Latin 3. , ' 'Henry D. Akin: Fwrneh 51, PubHe Speaking 62, Chemistry 3, Mathemat- ics 7. Alma Ague: English 9. Mildred Alford: English 9, Home Eco- nomies 30, Mathematics 7. Mary Mathilde Akin: Violin, Bible 4, French 3, History 16, Mathematics | - 13, lg«£rK«h 4. Floyd Arnold: Mathemat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 April 1920

*w*. iflHHBHMHMK *S JF ■f ,i . $35 ®1IP jjUganhottg ffrtahltsfrrft 1907 Qlfirtmill; frar Entered as second-class mall matter, September 7, 1J>12, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congress of March 3, 1911. KOBEBT G. MOOD, JR Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM. Business Manager EB8TL BATTLE General Assistant Editor AUBBET A. GBAVES Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN. Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN. Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL O ATM AN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY TMEIg PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE L25 PER iflkAn "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....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 April 1920

-4 * ♦ R EB • zfl • .. p . !\y- llg M- + ' ■e" * if' ' > #i ■ n INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. SIMMONS COLLEGE The April lat celebration of the Sim- mons students took the form, of a bur- lesque on chapel which wag gievn by the students. Prominent students took the roles of faculty members, exhibit- ing all their peculiarities and idiosyn- cracies. Simmons' scores so far: Denton Normal 4; Simmons 6. Denton Normal 5; Simmons 7. Bice 2; Simmons 5. Bice 2; Simmons 5. . SAN MABCOS NOBMAL A Homecoming is planned in connec- tion with the San Marcos Normal Com- mencement. The Nomal started the baseball sea- son off. with a 6 to 3 win over St. Ed- wards. •- ■ I / BAYLOB Baylor registered a victory over Bice in a dual track meet Satuj^lay, March 27th. Baylor 68, Bice 54. Baylor defeated Austin College in two games last week. Scores: First, A. C. 3, Baylor 4. Second, A. C. 9, Bay- lor 15. SYBACUSE UNIVERSITY Chancellor Day has ordered the stu- dent publication, the Orange Peel, *to suspend publica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 April 1920

p. .k™, ,«,? ,v ? ™ f^BPsHK KB == WINTER DISTINCTION NOW READY (Continued from page one) H «&■ \ : i V 1 £i.?L. Dowdy: .H6me Economics 4, Home Economics 24, Home Econom- <$$* M. fej; < ■ , Grace Helen Dienst: History 4, Edu- cation 2, Education 4. Lucile Dic kard: French 51, French 78, English 03. Philip Dunklin: Public Speaking 58, English 4. Louise Durenberger: Piano, History" 10. Joe Durrenberger: History 53. Bufus'Edwards: Spanish 3, English 9. H. L. Egger: Publis Speaking 87, Phil- osophy 63, Eeonon^ies 55. David Ellidtt: Education 65, French ' 51, French 61; Gladys Ellip: English 4, Education 4, Education 2, History 16, Home Econ- . icB 24. x Emily Jervis Enochs: Expression. i. B. Entriken: History 4, Spanish 3, ' English 4, Mathematics 7. Euth Farris: Spanish 3. JVD. Farrington: Public Speaking 87. Mildred Fleming: History 53, Violin, Philosophy 53. Juanita Florence: Education 4, Educa- tion 2, History 53. Bonnie Franklin: Education 4, Educa- tion 2. William Foster:...

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

IV / r '1 v ■ "-'-A - PIRATES 13 RICE OWLS 7 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ' ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME Xni. * NUMBER 27. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY. APRIL 27j 1920 1 ►**#> * < | PIRATES 11 RICE OWLS 6 "V I r , &h ' L! bt i ;>v ■ * > ■ V: >y< « . ♦ -xv.; .# 01 % PIRATES TRIM OWLS WTWO GAMES HEAVY HITTING AND FAST FIELD- IN FEATURE—TEAM READY FOR NORTH TEXAS TRIP Southwestern defeated Rice Institute on Snyder Field in two games by scores of 13 to 7 and 11 to 6, respectively, last Wednesday and Thursday. In the first fine innings of the first game, the Owls got next to Robertson for nine blows and six rnns, getting one in the second, three in the fourth and two in the fifth. At the beginning of the sixth, Ostergard, an unknown quan- tity in the box, went in and set the Owls down in rapid succession, allowing only one hit and one run in the remaining four innings. This run came in the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 April 1920

to*: W" mt 'M Mv.- ~ —— (git? iMpgaplfonc : m rwS, m §m w-t. SatabHoIpd 1907 frar m stored as second-class mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Act September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBEBT G. MOOD, Editor-in-Chief JffiflB. WILLINGHAM ..Business Manager EBSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor AUBBEY A. GBAYE8 Managing Editor StnteCBIPTlON PRICE PEB YEAB BISHOP TO BOLD REUNION FOB THE HOMECOMING DISGUST Some time ago we reprinted a definition of disgust found in the "Daily Texan." Since then we have gained new ideas on the subject. Disgust is a cold dizzy palpitation of the stomach which inspires one to a feeling of abject, despairing aversion. It is such a sensation as sweeps over one when one has had a long, hard day's work, getting up early in the morning in order to get a good start, missing breakfast to 8ave time, working hard all day at the tasks mental and physical and when one has become thoroughly tired and has an appetite like har- vest han...

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

PHOEBE LOUIjBB PHASES, POPULAR QUEST TO MAT PETE HOT A QUITTER Gloaming—Cozy parlor davenport— Semi-indignant female voice: "Now, Join, yon quit! John (magnificently): "There ain't no quitters in Southwestern! * J ... . . 4. / ' LUCKY TO HAVE IT "Have yon seen Callaway today!" "Tea;«he was winding np his estate, preparatory to eafching bis train." "His estate f "Certainly; didn't yon hnow he bad aa Ingersolf PROM A GIRL'S MARY * . " Monday—Virgil tried to hug me. Tuesday—Tried again. Wednesday—Ditto. Thursday—Said if I didn't let him next time we went riding he would turn the ear over and hill us all. Friday—I saved seven lives today.— Exchange. Visit Breneke's Jewelry Store. Miss Erkle Pitts, Secretary of the Southwestern dub at the University of Texas, has advised the committee that the members of the flub will attend the Homecoming. Monday was clean-up day at the two dormitories and the four fraternity houses. Pine Box Candies at The Alcove. Prof, and Mrs. Vaden, Mrs. Bishop and ...

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

KS \ < ■•:r> *W" 4 TiJ **i I WOW, I LOVED I LOST Along San Gabriel Way The flowers bloomed but yesterday; And every creature 'neath the sun . Found life a course of mirth and fun, And every thought was light and gay Before love come Along San Gabriel Way A richer foliage grew one day, While breezes mild and moonlight pale Taught us of love's old golden tale, And life grew sweeter with each day When love first came. But no longer does the sway Of beauty hold San Gabriel Way— The flowers all have withered brown, Bead weeds lie trampled all around, And in my heart deep sorrows stay,, Since love has gone. —Cecil Alarcon. Melon Post visited in Gatesville last week. Katharine Keller was in Georgetown last week. Nr Mrs. Rhea Starnes and sons, Calvin Bhea, Jr., and Billie, are in Georgetown to spend a month with Mrs. Starnes' mother, Mrs. McKennon. Thelma Peay spent a few days in San Antonio last week. Alpha Delta Pi announces the inifla- ton of Josie Martin of Lampasas, Irene Cheeves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

* 1 PIRATES FU1U8HED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1807' VOLUME XI7I GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THIRTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 28 TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920 HOME COMIMG 1920 MAY FETE 1920 HOME COMING PROVES TO BE HAPPY FAMILY REUNION DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS DO NOT STOP CROWD MANY VISITORS OOME BACK TO VISIT OLD SCHOOL AND FA- MILIAR SCENES The Homecoming of last week was the happieat gathering of old timers as- sembled at the University for many years. In spite of the fact that the Democratic conventions meeting over Texas stopped many who would have at- tended, the crowd was large and merry. Visitors began to arrive Thursday and some few are still with the college. The shaking of old familiar hands, the telling of old familiar incidents* the visits with old friends, brought back to the crowd pleasant thoughts of old times during their few days' visit. The bar- becue Saturday noon occupied some thousands for a frolicsome hour and the crow...

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

(Tlip HJeijaplnmr iatabliairrH 190? {£birlrrn!h flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoflSce 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 AUBREY A. GRAVE8 Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN Athletie Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY ....Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 7. $125 PER YEAR "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 tlie whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time." —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. Supreme Court of District of...

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

SORORITY AVERAGES.FOR TWO TERMS ANNOUNCED f * Greek Club Girls Have High Scholastic Average in 1920 The §orority averages for the first two terms of the present year are now ready. The general average of the Greek girls' societies for the fall term is 83.66 and for the winter term 85.08. The following are the averages for the sororities: FALL TERM Delta Delta Delta 87.02 Phi Mo 83.68 Zeta Tau Alpha 82.01 Alpha Delta Pi 81.84 WINTER TERM Delta Delta Delta 88.42 Alpha Delta Pi 85.69 Phi Mu 84.89 Zeta Tau Alpha . ..81.31 LOST—"Contemporary Dramatists." (Higginson). Reward for return to Robert G. Mood, Jr. "Pa, is two babies twins?" "Yes, Willie." "And is three babies triplets?" "Yes, Willie." "Pa, what is four babies?" "The birth of a nation, Willie." Jeff: What happens when a man thinks seriously of marrying? Clyde: He remains single. TYPEWRITING Debates, Themes, etc. Accurate Work F. J. ELLYSON Phone 222—Courthouse Be Cool! YOU can laugh at the scorching sun when you're dressed up in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

FINAL ROUND UP i REMINISCENT RAG SDALE. CODY, YOUNG, AND FOUR-LETTER MEN HAVE PAST IN REMINISCENCES DOMESTIC SCIENCE HOLDS EXHIBIT Dresses to Combat High Cost of Living Are Shown ^ Those who think that exhibits are un- interesting were surprised when tb«y . . I examined the work of tbe Domestic The Lniversitv auditorium was . _ . • Science Department If nday afternoon, erowded with old Southwestern students ^ ^ who ^ intereat<,j in t<ltting gathered there to retell old experineces . (i(>wn ^ ^ ^ of UvingfWttk ^ and meet old familiar faces. Saturday I ^ enthasiastic ov„ hats and evening, despite the vigorous days of dreMes whichj wben handmade, aretwo events leading up to and through the or three time9 eheaper tLan ^{ilint*' May Fete. Al. K. Ragsdale was n charge of the ceremonies. He called all of the old students w.ho attended Southwestern from the years of 1870 to 1S80 to come to the platform which request brought forth many old and loyal alumni. As retail prices and are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

41 r?s&-' > £ MANY PHI MUS ENJOY THE_HOME COMING Phi Mu Chapter Room all cleaned spic and span and dressed up specially cozy and invited greeted with warm rosy wel. come the first of its Homecoming guests 011 Thursday evening. Of course each old girl had to rush up first thing, after a rftw bear hugs to her sisters, to see the "ojj| frat'.hall." Kittie Ward, Lillian i^kdellc Jordan and Helen and «SW Robertson, the first to arrive gathered b^re on this Thursday evening and felt at home in the circle as they eagerly demanded to.be told every single thing that had happened this entire year, and then gave no time to be told for their breathless question- ing. At a late hour the long, eonfi. dential chat seemed too short. On Fri- day hte reunion began aright and so many girls came back the Freshman were quite awed while old pals rushed to- gether with long loved threads..of form, er days storied. The old girls could not wait but must immediately meet and know all the new iniates a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

May Reduction Sale Hundreds of Fashion's Most Exclusive One-of-a-Kind Creations Are Offered in This Sale. All New Spring Coat Suits in Serges, Tricotine etc., are offered at a great Saving—1-3 OFF $40.00 Suits $26.67 $75.00 Suits $49.98 $50.00 Suits $33.33 $60.00-Suits $39.98 $85.00 Suits $56.67 $95.00 Suits $63.33 All Silk Dresses, including georgette, taffeta, crepe de chine, satins, etc., during "HOME COMING" week will be special at 25% OFF $35.00 Dresses $26.25 $60.00 Dresses $44.98 $40.00 Dresses $29.98 $50.00 Dresses $37.50 $75.00 Dresses $56.25 $95.00 Dresses $71.25 SPECIAL SALE OF SILK AND WOOL SHIRTS AND SILK UNDERWEAR Georgetown, Texas THt FAIR Georgetown, Texas — - / / 41 K Bring us that Spring hat. MILES BROS., Dry Cleaners, Phone 262. If there were any better Ice Cream we would make it. The Alcove. THE "NOOK" i The Nook Cream Parlor is the mo& up- to-date in town. We want to thank the students for the liberal patronage they have given us. Visit our parlor once and f...

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