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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1930

' ' "& iP ' THE CHATTER BOX THE CAMPUS CHAT VOl.UMl XIV NORTH TEXAS STATli I LALhlKS COl.LTGl: DEN TON I I XAS. s.\ 1 I'KDAY A PR 11 Il'Hu 24 "There are probably 150 £tudenta not in school now who would like to: have a short session the last of this term, but we find it will Ik- impossible to (five one because of the varied num-1 ber of courses wanted." said Dean W. J. McConnell yesterday. "This would re.stilt in the classes being too small.; For the past three years five or sis ! subjects have been opened up at this' time; next year it is hoped that the spring term can be divided into two parts just as the summer term now The Elementary Council will hold iis regular meeting at the Mary Ar- den Lodge Monday evening at 7 o'clock and the president, Elizabeth Wooten urges all members to be pres- ent. Josephine Newton, last term a student of this college was unable to continue in school this term because of a relapse suffered after partial recovery from a serious ease of in- fluenza...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1930

. u 1 i 1 P f I ' '; '! i s rm By Student* f the North Tnu Mate Teacher* ( t llrgc\ Denton, 1'exas Ctnpiu Cteat Entered j-> < <>n<l I Um Vla/I VI jtter r Ihr I'wtlof(irr l Denton I elan. Off. 8, 1916 Ereshman 'kits By ( ullen B. Vanie Latest Books and Literary Gossip Edited Hu Ctarenc< and Marion Jaegyti l a input thai. nor )<«( laabelie Armiilrjtd Helen Hall t lareace Ja*gjli and i'orier Baird STAFF Marion Jaegfli Mff I.dlior ifl rhirf Associate ivditor Ijterary Kditom Kxchange Editor t****************************+*} When, in an age l"ig past, one trl our brawny prede- < eauori rait a*id* spear and club to take up a mallet and I chisel or something and writ* a story, the novel that he i 'lammi'ri'd out, literally speaking, probably dealt with a | girl who*« family was too poor to own a dinosaur and therefore hftd to sulk, There wa« pr<4f>4bly a man, who I rode around in it *port model brontosaurus and whose I father wan the biggest manufacturer of arro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1930

0*4*1 CLUBS AND SOCIETY Freeman-Herring Nuptials Tuesday Forum Dance is Poorly Attended The Forum Dance which was held Thursday night in the Harriss Gym, was not as well attended as the former ones have been. The reason is probably that the weather has warmed considerably since the last dance. Miss Edith L. Clark, Dean of Women •tftted. The music which was furnished by "Scotty's" Orchestra, was said to have been the best music to be had at a girls' dance. Miss Clark urges all girls who want and like to dance to be present at the Ilarri s gym Thursday April 21, ut 7 o'clock. This dance will be a girls' formal dance and the girls are requested to make a date with some girl friend and dress as boys. The programs will be filled out after the arrival of the couples. Every girl of the college is cordially invited to attend this annual affair, Miss Clark said. Miss MaCrary is Fleeted President of Musical Club Mary Arden Will Give Second Tea- Dansant April 15 Martha Faye McCary was elected ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1930

Is § New Equipment Is Added in Ind. Ed. Department, Vitz Katies Drub Lions In Track Meet Here The Kaylk track aquad jf v the Commerce Lion* m good beating ThunuJa)1 afternoon, by a eeore of 115 (4at«rH team failed to Local Track Squad Defeats Simmons At Meet in Abilene Miss Jones Speaks 11 (riddle History Society banquet Xew Life" Will He Subject of Special Assembly 1 pril 17 Th. rat place, accounting m point* with a few * for >nd nr fM ii< third places. Aa usual, Jerden and Himpaon me in ahead in their event*. Jer- ri'* time for the high hurdle* being .6 aecond*. which ia juat two aae- d* above the irhool record, which ia Id by the above. Simpson has Sew e<(uipn.< nl ha* been added i. the mechanical <Jra . •./ r< m of tii. iiidu-iirtaJ «• . at n dejairtinen?. Th rt*e large table* have been install eci at which thirty six atudenta may U' a< cornodated. The table* are of J, A tiona *o a« to give rigidity, foot reata have been installed on the table* for eaw and c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1930

il m mm § §si ■ ^ (<■ THE CHATTER BOX CAMPU CHAT YOLUMl XIV NORTH I'EXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLliGE DF.NTON, l'EXAS. SATURDAY. APRII 19, 1<H0 25 i'c.'st.i.-t.! A W liudwell of the 1 ' 1 < pi \y n A \ U'|[ I 'I .i .lay und Wi . it u visitor 1/xA 1 TtIIjIj of the College unci truest of Dr. and Mrs. Mar'iuis during the Rural Super- visors Conference. BE CELEBR ATED AT EAGLE PARK Due to the wornout condition of the walk on the south side of the I campus it is being entirely removed and lowered to the proper grade. It will be finished with the standard curb. The walk will be salvaged as j much as possible and used in the con- j struction of flagstone walks on var-; Day" at Eagle Park this afternoon ious parts of the campus, according j are complete and it will t>e begun at 1 Yucca Beauties Presented at Deans' Dance SPONSORED IO WOMHN'S mi- ll I 1< vssix I vriON ; III KM \N COWLm IS I III I) MARSHAL Plans for celebration of "Play t o'clock. This is an annual affair sponsored b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1930

I i ] I pm PBbW>«d B) SludtnU of lh< North Ttm ^*Ui Teachers ( ollrge, l>*ntoa, Te* (iapiu ( k i hntirr*«l u ■■>*< ., d ( U« Mail W«U«r *t the I'wuWfxc at I>«-st'*o 1l>i-< 8, 1916 Linptu ( hai oru J ear laabelir llelru Mali i laitur Jarfgh and Porirt Itaud &TAVY Marion Jargfli i I .jO hditor io-ehief Aasoeiale i-ditor Litwirj Kdiu r* 1 irhange hditor Latest Hooks and Literary Gossip Edited By j \ Clarence and Marion Jaeggli { 5 Thr noveli*t are gam engaged in their fnvorit* ganu- at follow the leader. It remind* on* vaguely of the fold rush day*. Someone make* * promising strike ar.d irt.ir..-! aU-iy patfidfrn-iM jhi The fi<-!'i of literature i* mur-h the aame. Someone write* a war novel that becofiu-t a l>e t a*Iler, Tlwn for gmnti month* each new « Rt porters. Cu;. -r. M Varwe, Ka ,*el Hugnes, Ro- ma) .. K.a ' - ^ J> f aye Lynn Knight, Mary Heitt, KW-yd Dmcor, H. B. Singleton, Maratba Rice, P.<.' erta , r, J r. I- g, Noble SV r.ght, Oti* Bro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1930

Life of Dr. J1. Kingsbury Presents Sewing Machine of r I £ 1 TL I n ^50 Vintage Is how loloriul lheme to Biographer Loaned to Museum To Conduct Revival 1 he life of Dr. J. L. Kingsbury, Curator of the College Museum and faculty member of the history depart- ment, presents to the reader and lover of biography some very features. Leaving Switzerland the Kings irys embarked on the River Khine j which they traversed by boat down | to the City of Rotterdam. From this interestingj city they went to Loudon, England | r j where they remained for a short visit He was born at Waterbury, Ver- and finally took passage to America, mont, 1880. His father was a physi- landing at New York, cian at the time and continued his 0n returning to America the fam- medical profession through the re- lly took residenc . at N> Mus,. mainder of hjs life. But coupled with Juit ouUide o£ 1{o,ton whero Dr. hu medical work was the work of Kingsbury attended II>trh School un- spreadmg the tenets of his faith,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1930

" I I I I I I I I 4 C. L f. Meeting Is Featured by Report Of Juanita Kveritt Dr. A. L. Hallcrest, Kural Supervisors- Noted Lecturer, to "" "" ' m second gene r ml meeting m He Campus V isitor 1 Wedn-day a r/ciodi' "Rroadway Hoofers" To Re Feature A t Saturday Show and during the businca* session itj Th* rast far the " Broad way Hoof- j wa* decided that the conference would *r" *h'"h wi" thjl feature picture Speaking of Sports Roland Anderson [MMf met will be an incentive to each ll«'i *1 SPONSORS ENTERTAIN f th.- Had ry won til MM Ml <;IRI.."> ON FRIDAY EVENING would have made hid fourth coiuww i ———• utive victory over the Rice star and Miss Nellie Cleveland and Misa probably have lost interest in the Margaret Smith, member* of the | meeting of the two. Juanita Brrritt, delegate to th< di§ trict c >oventi«-n of F• «(• 'ami t i*;>- In Gaine*ville. (rave a report at the regular C. L. < 7 o'clock. She l.r Alfred L. Hallcrest, author of '* Texaa It takea a man of natu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1930

CHATTER BOX vol UMI xiv STUDENTS TAKE Misr> Nellie L. Griffiths, elementar supervisor of the Demonstrate School has been called to Ft. Worth i" a: 'i.- Am rii/r EWMTM I\T m.i\ 11V li il v fii > i li i i ten of the kindergarten department of Texas Woman* College. "INTERNATIONAL ■■■J KI1MI0NS" IS T. I. P. A. MEET SPENCE'S TOPIC NORTH I'liXAS S I ATL I'LACHLiRS COLLbGH DFNTON, Ti XAS, SA l l'RDAY, MAY V 1930 Track Mentor 27 Miss Ann Bradley, teacher in the Demonstration School, went to Dallas Friday, May 23, as «j representative from the Elementary Department. The purpose of her visit was to bring back a safety teaching report. Inter-Racial Day on the local cam- pus will be May 18, Representatives of the different races in S. M. U„ T. C. U., T. W. C., and the Seminary have been invited to thin Campus on that day. Stanley Jones, a missionary of India, will speak at the morning service. The Churches of the City will take one visiting student from the Sunday School Service and young...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1930

F m- I 1 . _ s, 1 i f C. ji trie in < reg 7 o Liu re*« KtUl W* fun T cen ope call (torn Bal in rut Mr De> Elf vet Ad ket I •tit Mc an Om f Pi- nt* wil ! Mf Mi fr* we FT3nt PabJ* ii*d Bj stud, .a, i>< tfc. North I- i , ->Ut« 7>*rhrr* ( oliefe. Ile-aluli Irl * < aaipaa ( kit Tlf—< m Imm/i • ia«* Mail Matter at Um >'cm I of fx* at I tenUtt> I • n - i>*c. ' 19 i«> p 000000 000 Latest Books and Literan <r Gossip Edit* (I Hi/ Clarence and Marion Jaeggti r 000000000000 00 0 + 0+0-00+0 00*0*0 00 00 Exchange* By Porter fhurd Irishman Skits Hy (ultra B Vaace " < - < ■ i l t h t or,. fr*r tl.U> STAFF Isabel}* I -. • >, . • 11*w Mail A*..* .*!*• Mit«r Kmc __Jkmm Rfltv = krenc* J«<■ arc ad Manan Ja*c<h literary Ktitors Parler tUud Ilchaage Editor Km* tfc rotu<M«ft writer* have off momenta. ThU m tke third day l'<* *p -nt on Ut e«la«n and each n t*mw aotimlk more inane than the pmwtlmg r«r. f or mmm rtftMM) l*w entered a fkmd of menta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1930

•* .5* Eagles Overpower Austin College by Score of 83 to 37 Coach 5 port Milan's track squad w..n another ni*>«t from Austin Colli-*, J Eagle Thin (lads Defeat T C U Frogs In Dual Track Meet Coach SfoortMUUt't track squad an- nexed another victory last Monday Hall-Quest Speaks Miss tuna Alford . . Speaks at Council At Local Assembly; Meeting Monday "Culture" is Topic ■140 yard dash — Lucas, Dstitoit, first; McClure, Denton, second; ('o| >taml. T. C. U., third; time, 62. Two mile run — Hrynun, Denton. first; Brown, T. C. II, second; Bock. T. C. U., third; time, 11:00.2. 220 yard tow hurdles - Oliver, T. C.J I U„ first; Jerden, Den«,m, second;] I Snow. T. C, U., third; time, 26. , . .. . . ... - i . . --- 880 yard run — Simpson, Denton, Ma work The llent n ^i!1 ' i" *t"" S:{ t" j * 1" l,10> defeated the 1 C. II. squu.l first; I>ley, T. C. U., second; Braiinon.l and lecturer connected with the Unl- j Lodge Monday evening La i n,ne first by a score of ?l u 59. The meet was D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1930

ft?.™ 1 CLUBS AND SOCIETY Pi Phi Pi Entt i tains With Bridge Da nee In Harris* Gym. H . ,i. /I. To Hold Last Meeting of Term Wednesday, May 7 vihh j j nwiN r vvi.dk Hf \!>s at M \ff> Mi I I IN'. Mr* J Mwin fay lor, former ^wh I art* tear h<-r hi I h # eallifr, r*a<l Mfrry G«< Round" by Xatherine Con n*ll at the eaH meeting of the Mary; Arden Club, Friday «wniiif. April 28 at the "It wa* done in an attractive manner," Mian Edith L. Clark, ipoiuor, xaid "Te*a*. My Speaking of Sports Kuland \ mlcr * n In aiccrdani. with what 0.1 b* an an? <al club cuMum of thr Fi I'hi Pi a bridge dame wa - h«*id at the Karri"* (jyrrmatium Friday f-verung from ft:30 until 11:30, Fach year in the pring when the oak leaf, which In tin- rlub •ymttol, i* in %t-rdure an annual "1 J-af Frolic" will be irivcn by thr rlub Th v«-ar it t'«- The last meeting of the W. A. A... ,, for thla term will be bald on Wed«w*.|* M,M ,Kv" ,r'">v«r day May 7 in the Harriaa Gymruuium. At thia meeting the el...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1930

'Pf, n THE CHATTER BOX THE CAMPU Mr*. K. D. Criddle i* going abroad this summer and will visit France, Italy, Germany and other places of interest. She plana to return the latter pal of the summer. Mrs. C riddle received her degree from the College last summer and since then •he lias been studying on her masters dtjrcp at Columbia University. VOLUME XIV Have You Made Your Memorial Tower Pledge Yet? NORTH riiXAS S'l A l li I LACItliRS COUTGW DI N I ON, H XAS. SATURDAY. MAY 10 1 28 "The talks and demonstration* given by Mi.- Muriel Williams and Miss Jessie Acker, members of the faculty of the home economics de- partment of the college, at the Coun- ty Federation meeting last Saturday were the best I have ever heard," Mrs. Edna VV Trigg-, County Home Demonstration Agent, stated after the meeting. Mrs. Trigg had about twaive of the women from the 4-H Clubs of: the county with her at the meeting when Mis Williams gave a demon- stration of foundation patterns and Miss Acker talked on food...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1930

m*£ IxYJI. Pabteated By Stodeou of llw- North Tesss SUU Tea***'* < irOcfte l*rnU o le > t tupo* ( hit Kn(«-r«"d • ->«■. •■o.-i 1 .*•>« M i v|j '-r , ih* t'Mtoffice at l)eniM«, !« • l>er ®i. HI* Latest Books and Literary Gossip Kditeit Hy Clarence and Marion Jaef/fjti Exchange* By Porter Burd Fresh man Skitn By ( ullen B Vane® The children in the kind*njarten d1 the Demwwtrittofl School at North Texas Stale Teachers Collag* t were making piano for their Valentine Did you ever play the "old man * rKist-.'hce. The question ** ? If you haven't, you had| h" ^ld be week, v> you had belter make your reservations now if you want to be one of the lucky ones. irame t lapua (lull, oar year S!£0 Itabeile Ar i8tf«i H r,« Hall < Urrnr* Js*if!t *nd Porter liaird >TAI > Marion Jae^fli With the term drawing to t d«w mom at btfiMiiiii ajram to experience the terrible results -of pro* t r mat tact Ion. it M a virulent and she fri(/ of th • •*>• ' tarn theme*. ng at bin fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1930

Airplane View of President's Home j \ ; Speaking of Sports 5 I Kolund \udtT->it Naples I anquish Baylor Hears Sat. With a Tidy Score Policies for the Summer Session Discussed by Deans Polidiea for the summer session were discussed and arrangement* made for taking care of the expect- ed large enrollment at the Land- ladies meeting held in the Club House last Wednesday afternoon. Dr. R. L. Marquis made a brief talk and Miss Edith L. Clark and Dr. W. W, Cook later spoke to their re- spective groups. I 9. Students should be required to I make beds and tidy their rooms daily and sweep them once a week. 10. Advise students to keep as little money and jewelry as possible about their rooms and not to wear each other's clothes. ; 11. Children of the family should ! be kept out of the student's rooms and should be quiet during studv hours. 12. Musical instruments or radio may be played from 12 to 2, and from 6 until curfew. Students who violate this rule, forfeit the right to keep portable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1930

I CLUBS AND SOCIETY J > S Mothers of Faculty udge Members Given Annual Luncheon n Fl taher of lionham, Ruth Eagles Qualify— Organ I sed at National Mosic Week Event i( untiaurd /rum Eu A. Shook th« IMM A r •* Lilliai (-ntertaii* Walk' f* ! pi A: ed. Mr Th< Hall. K. J. Bftbh; Mm Bridie B O Miss Mrs. Mat* mothi E. M Patel Cottar#!. Cot tern I; of Minn ( W, Hrowi Mrs. F. J Mo att« D. Bu D. fla! of Mt Butter jr. d Sir* a r i • 1 I I h< KatU Oavl Don .the Id M ■ A. w. Bn i. i. Br nun r, ar I host ner, EM Helen Hall Rita R •StI and Doubk; w . ket first m pu| &n(| 1 f sand 1 1 Davis r.<! lia!i|rnlife, 1 punch. (f< M u rry, 0*1, <1-0; U .t Han and f ul- 1 served ar, A. C. €., defeate .1 I t u> • and' Henley, ' Perry, Naeogd when, 5-7, 6-8, 2;i Mixon, ' .anders and Eubanki i. Canyon, de-1 J ti&|j itfl eated Lathan and Yr„ e. Ran Marcos,; iMfyiAfllL i '' t, 0-1; Raird ami Wi f stlake, A, and i ,1"' I'air One) irid I zywrnim -, ■•« Mr*. node* •t r« iri/t [ Dunsv 8-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1930

? k CHATTER BOX VOl.UMl: XIV "I wish to request the parentis nut to allow their children to attend the nightly entertainments at the Re- creation Park unless they are accom- panied," said Theron J. Fouts, head of the Physical Education Department of the College. "The recreation park in designed primarily for the use of tin students ami the members of the faculty of the college. It is impossible for them to derive the fullest enjoy- ment of it while there in a crowd of unsupervised children around. It is impossible for the college to furnish the needed supervision. Therefore, 1 make the above request, hoping that "the parents will co-operate in helping us to make this one of the best sum- mer schools that we have ever had." 110 STUDENTS RECEIVE BACHELOR'S DEGREES AT SPRING COMMENCEMENT NORTH TliXAS STATE 1 LACHbRS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNI 7. 1 I'rrxy t ryes Students To Feel 1/ Home llert NIMBI K 10 SCHOLARSHIP IS AWARDED TO MILLER SMITH I'HIMUIM KMKKiriS \\ II Called Ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1930

|£m *sm #######« Pubbabed K> Sludrnt* of the .North Ihu 8t U Tearher* College, Deo ton. T#ia ( >mpu ( hat l.nlrrrd as ( Uu Mail Matter at the Po«toffire at li«-nton. IctM, Dee. 8. 1916 Utest Books and Literary Gossip Edited liy Clarence end Marion Jaeggli Sentences of Sport By Doyle Thompson I forme* between this fame and that of I a football ifame is that it only take* two Ut play it. (anipu* thai, one jear $1.50 STAFF1 Fred B. Manet Porter Baled N orris Hiett h-.-h.-l Hughr Clarence and Mai CttUen B. Van. * l%yif Thunptw in ion Jaof*H .Editor Assoc lata Editor Assistant Editor Campus Editor literary Editor* Feature Editor Sport* Editor count*, the young student* are do- _ . jiaf their b«at to make the very beat We have made more or lew of ft!grade. lapartara Ralph \.K imt, Ray Bonta, Fay Bunch, Oneita Cherry, Mary Hiett, Eva Mak> ney, W. T. Farmer, Kdra IrtlMM, iiobhti Shawber, George Waller, Roth West, Bennie Wil- karitoa, George Woodruff, Noble Wright. Flint, d by Stude...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1930

t M* CLUBS AND SOCIETY MARY ARDEN CLUB ML ITS M OX DAY The Mary Aniens will meet for the fir«t time this term Monday evening, June 9, at the Mary Arden Lodge. At this meeting new officers will be elected and pledges will be considered. All members are requested to attend, Miss Clark said. y. \V. C A. TO HAVE CROUP DISCUSSIONS DELLGA TES GO TO HOLLISTLR COM L.REN'CE At the meeting of the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening, June 4, the plan of group discussion for the summer was considered. Several subjects were decided upon, and groups were arrang- ed to study personality, social relations and Bible. At the first vesper service of the term, which was held Wednes- day June 11, other subjects will be considered and other groups arrang- ed. Faculty members who are to lead the various discussions will be introt. duced. All young women of the col- lege are eligible for membership. Mrs Ouida Gentry left Thursday for Hol'\<ter, Missouri, where she will uttend an interstate conference of V. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1930

i 1930 SUMMER FACULTY Students whf ! their activity ti ■nee Admittance I ami to other art N imr i. Dt-parlarnl I'Kuni So. J. V> u JI W, UN. M. Cooki ooke . .... {'utter* I . %■ Mary Jo CowltRf V. 'Y. OwH - Mitt Lie KI i« ( rave it George Crutsinger a C. Addie Mac Curbo QiWH W. Currie H«nry Dannelley C. A. Davis W# L. XMtpIHa M. Dmd Stu. X* « Dkkson W. J. Iteflrtt ; Helen .• . I Has*! Evans E. H. Farrtngton I ><.«' t la. k City IHgh Hi-hool I, P. Fifty (J Chemistry T. J- Foots Physical Education Ijtm'n# French Ktu. Ast, Penmanship 13. F. Fronabarger English Flora Fulltrighl Stu. Asat. Pen. Dorothy Fulton Stu. Aaat. ('hern. Alir«- Li. Furnish Spanish Sr'. Garrison Education I Gasslander Art la (Jwlrjr Ht udent Secty. F. t/„4 Thelma 0. Gilbrcth Herman A. Glass ... Hi L, Omrmr w. I< )U| Mr#. A. flwWM.-J Floyd Graham ... Minim- H. Grave- 1 .uther Gray Mary T. Gfiy Nellie L. Griffiths Virginia A- Haile Otlio Hansconi Ruth Hamilton Home Ee. i Education Education Stu. Asst. Bus....

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