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

i" . * m i#WW M I« MM M« PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY TBS SCHOOL Y**R BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 5- ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 5 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1920. Pirates 7 Bears 0 S. U. SPECIAL RAIDS BEARS'GARRISON OVER ONE HUNDRED STUDENTS SEE a XT. BAYLOR GAME AND VISIT OOTTON PALACE Through the effort# of several mem- berg of the faculty and some hundred and twenty-five students who signed up to go to Waco, a special train was char tered to carry them to the scene of ac- tion. Prof. Tinsley gave his perusal cheek in order that the special would be secured. Nine o'clock Saturday morning found all of the students who were to make the trip on the special rearing to go. The train was given an enthusiastic farewell by quite a number of the more unfortunate students who for one rear son or another were forced to remain at home. More,than a hundred Southwes- ternites made the trip, counting the football boys. The whole company was...

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

'Mr I® •?" V:\ .'%# &£*$$ • jsww. E 1 ®ljp Eitabli^rb 19lir ®8£9 Jforatttntlj Qrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1§11. HENRY D. AKIN . < Editor-in-Chief MANLEY LyPEARCY ; : .Business Manager CHAPEL "Some people go to sleep so easily that they really enjoy Chapel every Tuesday morning." .Thus reads a statement in an exchange. At other colleges, however, a different attitude is taken toward the Chapel exercises. For example, at Trinity the Chapel Hall has been remodeled, all announcements are barred from Chapel, and the de- sired atmosphere prevails. The Chapel is what the students make it, and the advantages which the exercises at Southwestern extend should be appreciated by all. We do not have a model Chapel by any means, but it is in the hands of the student body to determine just exactly what the Chapel exercises will mean—whether it is to be a study period, a boresome period...

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

Rl ■ ,- ,,■• v .*•*. '••>-. ^ ■ •• . o-. 4.1 i -■'■ ■ ' ■ '". ■ 1,, . ' .'■•-• -".*"• 'VV-; -■ -- . f^-«no :V y«/ • ' , ■■.■ 44 ■ ~ 'A ; ■firm? • ■ ' "■ • .' <l'f •m = = . SS9S L«S vv"> - '.. >.! v Special Program at The Monarch this week will be for One Day —Thtirsday, Matinee and Night—NAZIMOVA in a 6 part Special Y* - - and a Two Part Sunshine Comedy. One Day Only. if ; - If — W ■ t W' I I •m ~,i _ ■ mm JHHj mP ON OONVBB8ION #. ;• Om afternoon two negro men Were helping dig a ditch. There work, as most darkies' is, Wtt in discussion rich. Their talking was of many things, On subjects great and small, But the topic of religion them more than all. argued, each with great fervor, Till one said to the other: "You habent been converted— You knows you habent, bradder!" "Why, yes, I has! I KNOWS I has." ... He still claimed he was right. "You habent, 'cause I heary you cuhs£— 'Twas jest the other night!" "I does do dat—I jeh' kaint he'p it; But dafs 1>©ut all I do." And y...

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

■ "-yc- '■■■■ ,? %r?;:r-«\<> v { .> t.-> •w. •+ ' ' . . • ' : • / ' ' • .•;•.<#* 4 • • , ,• * • 1 « v * *p.• "P V*!-; *. v>. SB liiwwiMiw Remember- Wlpre there it we take it. Where, there it none) we make it. THE ', y . '1 FARMERS STATS BANK Georgetown, Texas tttt Solicits your account and win give careful attention to all bus- iness entrusted to it. 'ji Wo appreciate the liberal are have bad In the to mailt a of same in the fatare. All of our faculties am at your service FARRIERS STATE RANK ... •;. l.<5U ' " ► ■ Beginning Tomorrow the Students'. Service Car will be ready for use every afternoon. < Call University Store R. H. "Hags" Jones met the South- western rooters in Wa& to help in urg- ing the Pirates to victory. Upon the in- stance of several young ladies, he re- turned on the special to spend Sunday in Georgetown. "Rags" is coaching foot- ball in Reagan, Texas; but plans to come back to Southwestern after Christ- mas. We have Watches $2.50 up at B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 November 1920

IkSRHHI |RgPfR ifjc f: 999 yew.. fe i Honor Edition *0+*0C+++*0*+*0+ **>+++* ++++*++*+wm+*+v+++—V mmt* PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY IBB SCHOOL YEAR BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTEBN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 6 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1920. Honor ' Edition i • ############### ## ##« ##< 11 SONG RECITAL BY f; ; i/. WOMAN'S BUILDING SELF- GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION r f 1 LAMBERT MURPHY BRIGHT MUSICAL PROGRAM FIRST EVENT OF LOCAL LYCEUM CONCERT SEASON Students and faculty of the Universi- ty and the people of Georgetown were u^kst excellently entertained by Lam- Murphy, formerly a member of the Dlitan Opera Company of New Wednesday eevning, November 3. Having before him a varied audience, Mr. Murphy came on the platferm with % gentle dignity and poise which im- mediately commanded the respect of his listeners. His first number, "Deeper and Deeper Still," concluded by the Aria, "Waft Her Angela to the Skies," showed his range and ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 November 1920

(illfe Srgaphonr isor as second-class nail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Art JTnwIftntJi fear tember 7, 1912, at Congress of March 3, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN Editor in Chief MANLET L PEABCY Bnrinesa Manager AVBBEY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DURRENBERGER.... Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKEBBOCKEB. Assistant WILLIAM AYBES .Assistant HAZEL OATMAN Tssistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE8S.... Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PBICE *1.50 PEB TEAR 'HONORABLE' "Brutus is an honorable man.*7 But the slur which Anthony so adroitly put on the word '' honorable " relieved him of the virtue entirely. How many of us have slurs east across our characters in the matter of honorf All of us be- lieve in honor as an abstract virtue, something vaguely to be attained, but in the matter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 November 1920

WE ■ iWzm \ IHTES-SGHOOL GIRLS V i ■" r r & i • < M ■ •T F ffl v- IV Abnuty Flayed i Announced Poll Inter-Sorority girls' basketball between the four sororities and non-sorority girls initiated this year and the series is now in fall swing. Two games are played in the-afternoon, the teams alternating quarters. These games are called at four o'clock in the Godbey Gym. Zeta Tan Alpha defeated Alpha Del- ta Pi by the score of 26 to 10 and the Non-Sorority team heat Phi Mu 15 to 5 on last Tuesday afternoon. Again on Thursday afternoon the Non-Sorority team beat Zeta Tan Alpha IT to 7 and Alpha Delta PI beat Delta Delta Delta 12 to 5. The Non-Sorority team is the only undefeated team. The purpose of these games is to dis- play material for the first team as well as to give wholesome exercise. Some good prospects were shown and this pre- season training will serve to get the team in the very best condition for the first games of the season. Below is a copy of the pre-season schedul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 November 1920

v 8AK AHTONIO CLUB ENJOYS BREAKFAST Jut leave it all to Sail Tone White to take the Su Antonio girls and their guests where em ears can't take them. Of coarse, it's possible to make a slop in the water and fall down just at the most critical moment, when everyone is looking with eager anticipation to Ban Tone to get Hildred across in perfect safety. Such slips have been made! And even if Hildred did get wet (and Ban Tone, toofff) what difference does it makef It at least didn't prevent the Baa Antonio dub from getting to "Crockett's Garden" Monday morning. Oh my, no! They got there! And the breakfast, for of course there was breakfast, was nothing but delicious. The cooking motto was: "If you want anything well done, do it yourself." Fern's was "well done," all tight— we 're not saying just how. Everyone 'a hunger having been satis- fied, and the eats all gone any way, it was deeided that .eating be stopped and exploration be indulged in. They did not claim to be real explorers, bnt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 November 1920

r">; ;i^« ■ ' :■• - ST. «v , • x.; t Football Sou'wester PUBLISHED BVEBY TUESDAY THE 8CHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV " NUMBER 7 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS,' TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 1020. MASK AMD WIG I CLUBREORGANIZES ITS PXAOE IN LIFE OF SOUTHWES- TERN IN PAST AND FUTURE EXPLAINED FINANCIAL CONDITION OF Y.M.C.A. ANNOUNCED CAMPAIGN CARRIED OUT SUCCESS- FULLY AND IS TO CONTINUE THROUGHOUT WEEK NEW HEAD OF MUSIC DEPART- ? - ~ £& - - §88* ife' gap •>** -jm 3 €'• -••A- m 0 ' c%$ "A rase by any other name would .smell as sweet," nevertheless, the mem- bers of the Dramatic Art Class of last year, organized themselves into a club to be Known as "The Mask and Wig Club" lor the purpose of acquainting themselves with the working principles and technique of the drama. Doubtless every student of Southwes- tern hiss already heard something of the plnn« and work of this organization, and perhaps many more are interested in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 November 1920

Wvn ®hp mpgauhnnp twtwhHnfrrft 1907 Momtttutti f far Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MAN LEY L. PEARCY Business Manager 4UBBEY A. GBAVES . General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBRENBEKGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYRE8 Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN .Tssistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor SUE MOOD .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS | Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE .$1.50 PER YEAR PEP Psychology teaches that yells from the side lines puts more strength into the football player. At Waco the loyal bonch of S. U. rooters, who drowned out the yells of the Baylor mob, band and all, well demonstrated the true Southwestern pep. Again, at the Howard Payne g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 November 1920

'f HAS OPB* Enjoyed By ■ | V] '!>V .ia ■# i * £ «gr :*? V, . ■<' - 'Did you say that receptions were a boref ' Well, you missed your guess there. - The Alamos have little sympa- thy for, aid therefore ignore such a lit- tle, thing as rain, and they came out in i all their strength and glory Wednesday evening to an old-time reception in Al- - amo Hall. % * Ceil* Norman and Elsie Kothman kept the piano busy until everybody had come—you know there are a few cou- . plea who invariably eome in at the last moment. Then there was a gram} rush for the punch bowl and the baskets of sandwiches, which contained punch and sandwiches respectively which were server all throughout the evening just when anyone wanted them. Ceile sang an old song, "Sweet and Low,"'and she could have sung more and more bjt the repeated demands of her audience had she had more mtimc. - Annie Edward Bareas gave sueh a humorous reading that she had to give aa encore. Witt Mae Morris at the piano, half the company ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 November 1920

■ " ' v -ib' * • «®$kB • a ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION STARTS OPERATION PEELXMINABY -JBY OUTS FOB IN- TERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 23 Some two weeks ago a meeting was called for all who were interested in debating or oratory. Quite a few stu- dents responded to the call and their names were taken by the secretary of the Association. * This was the first step toward active work of the Association as composed of the students, but the officers of the As- sociation had been working since school started. They have been corresponding with different calleges over the State in au effort to get anothor inter-collegi- ate debate and they express the opinion that they will be successful in getting the debate. The questions for the Triangular De- bates between Southwestern, Trinity, and T. C. U. have been submitted and the question for these debates will be decided this week. The preliminary try-out for places on the debating teams will be hold Tues- day, November 23, at 3 o'clock. All...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 November 1920

•*■,•:■ 'i;v\ r '■ -"■ ■? W i #: , ■'•■■ • • -•; \*: v .; •_ ■ \,..., • •" ;' ^ ■■?•&>>■' - *' '71"V •" :>'^^"';r-' '•■.. ■ ;■ *• • /s'i3E® '•;>, * - >' 'V' ""*yj?« ?•>.,'.. V . •••:*!>•"«;• ', v #« ##' « «# ***< * Vai/| - - '.v JAWI* \ Watch Your Speech >#*w< ► PUBLISHED EVERY , TUESDAY THE 8CHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 8 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1920. mm vV'tfiKfcli ;:fe?S i Watch Your Speech % |t ' i I: , MABEL MERREM IN EXPRESSION RECITAL ASSISTED BY MISSES MAJOR, BAN- NER, BLANKS, KNICKERBOCKER AND SMALT. CHILDREN In tile first expression recital of the year Mabel Merrem was graduated on Monday morning, at the University au- ditorium. She was assisted by Lois Major, voice, and Mary Blanks, Virginia Banner, and Beryl Knickerbocker, piano. This recital was perhaps one of the most novel and delightful graduation re- citals that has been in Southwes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 November 1920

01) p mpgapljnnp Catabltalpft 1907 JTautlrroilf fear Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 v HEN It Y D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY ; ..Business Manager AUBREY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JjQE A. DURRENBEBGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKEBBOCKEB Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBE8 Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Tssistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCU8 Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager -otfOBBIS GOFOBTH. Assistant Business Manager 8UB8CBIPTION PBICE $1.50 PEB TEAB Whereas, the English language is our common heritage, iwir me- dium of communication, and the vehicle of expression for all our thoughts and aspirations, and, Whereas, English, as the language of the country, symbolized by our country's flag, must be the medium throu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 November 1920

£ y*; r'v' riffe Jf-Sf Wi -JI*' .-jwr ■< fki ■ Jf^PpSn55®ra®P?W i £1 >• I ■ *M\ Wt m; " TiP"*' ; V ..-(TV • *■• v ~ ill S# *&• SAN JACINTO SCORES TRIUMPHANT VICTORY IMMt Alamos By Scon of 20 to 6— Good Quality of Football Displayed In Inter-Society Gams ) *, m % i■ • 4>'' • :jk.: I"-' v* , . t* I As though living up to the great his- tory of their name the Alamos fought hard and brave, but as though to make the history ocmplete they were unable to overcome the terrific onslaught of the op- posing forces, the San Jacs. Both teams showed good material, much better than was expected by the student body. . The game was opened by the San Jacs kick off to the Alamos. Then the fun b«gnn Everyone Was anxious to see just what certain individuals would do and how they would show up. They were not to be disappointed. The game was from the first full of action There was very little laying down on the job on either side. While the game was un- usually rough and hard fought, none wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 November 1920

Chaos, CosmosI Cosmos, Chaos! BOOM! BANG! ZOW1E! ZIP! Hip, Hip! Hooray! the second anniversary of the signing of the Armistice was be- ing celebrated at Mood Hall. The most momentous day in the history of the vrorld was being recognized by the boys. Why should they aot give vent to their feelings and emotionsf It was not until just before the lights went out that the fellows began to re- alize the nearness of the hour whieh thrilled them two years ago, but when they did awake to the fact, they put in several hours overtime. Shotguns were fired, O. I. Cans were tossed around promiscuously, pistols were unloaded, torpedoes played no small part in the havoc, fireworks of all descriptions were used to a good Advantage. All mingled with an insufferable elamor and an un- ruffled flow of spirits to make the Hall a scene of chaos. Things were whooping it up, and the high spots were being tipped every now and then, when who ahould appear on the scene of action but Mr. Harwell, Mood Hall's mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 November 1920

I A / . 't Stmt Night THURSDAY ;; ^ . i , * ... IU ' ► i «* *« ^*** ************< ' tf ■ti22tilLLW' fc-K' •jT ^J V " (Ehe JHmaplmru? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE 8CHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY <*<* * #*< *« **«« « « i Stunt Night THURSDAY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIV NUMBER 9 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 30, 1920. PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR "SOU'WESTER" CHAPEL PBOGKAM HELD TO Df- SPIBB CONFIDENCE AND EN- THUSIASM IN ANNUAL BETTER SPEECH WEEK ACCOMPLISHES PURPOSE PROGRAM FOB WEEK CARRIED OUT AND LEAVES ITS IM- PRESS UPON STUDENTS . K-' Z m • r Chapel period Wednesday morning, November 17th, wae oeeupiea dj an "Annnal" rally. The Annual manage- ment of this year, Joe Bergin, Editor- in-Chief, and Joe Lee Thomson, Busi- ness Manager, together with the van-1 ous class presidents and some members of the faculty, spoke upon various sub- jects that concerned the successful, sat- isfactory Annual. The Editor-in-Chief spoke of some new plans tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 November 1920

If WS' pWBpjfHBMlF " rx $*^5r tVvVr- K*''"..-. .'•■'< * ? ' •?. ?£ '?<A*'-'-i •■' *■■•,', ,..«■■ ♦',- ' i v. f L • •<•**. •• l-X . • . Sfck.4 > . ..Mi'. r* •-,«***' K . L' ■ ®be Ulrgajihimp 1907 JFuurtrmHy frar > SAN JAGS HEAR LEHMBKRO r Sate red as Mrrad eltaa mail matter, September 7, 1912, at Ike postoffire at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congress of Mart h 3, 191! HENRY D. AKIN Editor in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY 1 Business Manager AUBREY A. GBAYES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBRENB ERGEB U. Assiatant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AY RES . ; .Assistant Editor ft\7.V1, OATMAN - Tssistant Editor JUANITA FOBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS ' Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MORRIH GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager STJBSCBIPTION PRICE >1-50 PEB YEAB CABBY OW Now that the Better Speech Week has j been broug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 November 1920

1 " #| ■ t .,1* ifS K p ;| 1 ; I = 1 MIL SESSIONS ON"DEPRESSION" inspirational lbotuse dkliv eked at vbvotxohal meet mo or t. m. o. a. CHEMISTRY CLASS MEETS ON SAN GABRIEL UNUSUAL SESSION CREATES IN- TEREST IN THE RLA0K ART AS WELL AS OTHER THINOS i Regular KMion of the Y. M. G. A. i held last Sunday evening. A large sber of the young men were present. At this time T. F. Sessions, vice presi- dent of the University, favored the 'Y' with a short discussion of the subject, "Depression." The speaker began by relating the history of this discussion. He was in the lobby of the Astor Hotel in New Tork and bis attention was attracted by a certain picture on the wall. On close examination this picture resolved itself into three smaller pictures which showed the emigration into the Weq$. The central panel symbolized depression and home-sickness, and this especially held the speaker's attention. The train of thoughts following this episode final- ly appeared in the finished form which was giv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 November 1920

Emwopf1'i^ «k ™ tWicSvSfw wi«f*P ®Wf3 v v vwv',"r^2 '^ *<r*x>^yKy;?sr' i A*,-'SliSjM" ij\i f> v>4,. $-*• • n >•■*?- *5 • ; ./> •/T:-7, •;. TOJW?* *f.'¥• •';? yffEa* I^SIPipm __ Jw^'lPI '* rflf .!•••: •; ;";^,: r® & 'vjgffefv^: ' r' . % : vf.V.r • ' •; _. ' //■ m / /i:".^-l • ■ •••• BPI&ASI This quaint Sampler package is America's most famous box of candy-—a gift that "registers" every time. For Sale by "v r~ '.' ". ~'i ' ■" ■"'■"■ ' Hodges Brothers Of course, borne is the best place to go on Thanksgiving day. Merle Little- field, Irene Cheevcs, Katy McCall, Mau- rene House, Dorothy Baust, Beth Beek, Johnnie Buth Brewer, Josie Wilson and Louise Chamberlain went back home. Service Cars. Phone 300. Night 394. Montgomery Bros. 1 1 '.I' 'I' The distinguished "President of the Freshman Class" found timp enough to go to Austinl and Taylor. The finest line of candy ever brought to the city.—The Alcove. Mary 'Thilde Akin took a notion to go to 8^ M. U. to see Lona B...

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