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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

if • i • '1 - • CHATTER BOX THE VOLUME XIII President Marquis is due to arrive E. H. FARRINGTON NORTH rUXAS STATU TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN TON. ITXAS. SA TURDAY. MARCH. 2. 1929 NUMBER 19 in Denton at noon Sunday from Cleve- land, Ohio, where he has been attend- ing the meeting of the American Association of Teachers Colleges and the Superintendent and Principal's division meet of the National Educa- tion Association GIVES SURVEY OF TEACHING FIELD A meeting of the English faculty and English majors will be held in the chemistry lecture room Saturday morning at 11 o'clock according to Dr. B. F. Fronabarger, director of the department. "We enjoyed the Eagles visit here, and we have all the respect in the world for their ability as basketball players. They showed themselves to be true sportsmen in every sense of the word, and we hope that they can say the same of the Hill Billies. They were not out-classed upon the court, they were simply out-fought by the LIST OF PuSIHONS vs ITH V\ ER \&l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

* s % c •* 1x4 wn ;>1 A. Lk fit it •rid ha* uH of the ths durt in Lm< OH to i bIM It vol to < per Not re* by Sue wi rat mo •fir m* ha\ it* t I Bor, ia j at i bac wti gar pla to , con tak an !• (en Ml (Uh tu the «c It fa i fui Co ad Ai th; Ei mi TI tir ha r rm tilt ( \ MfPI' ^ ( II \T ■ v m that ti M. Vm 0 Lion or Lat.ib l>ub)l h -'l hy l >vrth Teia *'< liealt 'tMpua ? kit f n Mul Mattrr al Dm Ion Tria ( ampu« ( ti . a. Tan *r*d a* It.. far rat* rh*r M *i el I K fiarriaeai liwMit Vrmim Huinhy rielf CUrrtM iwff B«winie H||krr< Xnrj'.'i. I Hdra Reporter flirt t, I rnon H<mnif WiUrrwm Narfcael Hughe*. FAFf ilfr j K* Ma* Ml A M II rlHrl itur „ fl^lf aiMar MMritb <dlM ' sport* Miliar Utorsrr editor —Assistant (.'•faatid Ralpl> fin n .>orrt- erawell, Helen Haft , Ruth Ciaaisi* (if#* (•ratiy, tit fl ut'hrr, I rmt Ti Ai|Ki, Paaf Griffith* MKMKMI I EX AH CI ATE KKKMK A liaferro. Hub-. imnoeixB AOC1ATION Printer i y Student* of the North Texan State T' .ham Col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

-§ SOCIETY—CLUBS 1 Mrs. McCracken ♦ Host ess to Aerial Club y M . C. t. Give International Tea at Clubhouse K. V. Lee of Korea, Fernando Giron, of Central Amcrio*, Victor Cano, of South America, W. I. Nafaniachi, of Japan, anil Mr. Luiui, of Mexico, were the foreign jfuusts. at the International Tea given by the Y, M. wnti Y. W. C. A. at the College Club house Sunday afternoon. AU the visitors are now students at Southern Methodist University and in Denton for the observance of an In- ternational Relations Day by the First Methodist Church of this city. ( The program was altogether in- formal, everyone present having the privilege at any time to interrupt the discussion with a question. Chemical Society Has business )lec ting The \\ N Master* Chemical Society held its regular meeting Monday February 26, at the College clubhouse After the roll wa- culled, tho consti- tution of the society wa* read by Eva llennlgan The following were ap- pointed on committees term: Social comm for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

fflpi • G h-tk Vkt'e • pit* A. Lkii M t easj T fcr.it a i crjfi it fa and to I ha* uhy of < Utc live th* dut; in I litre wou last out to I «Ua it wou to i |Msrt Nor re«; by Sue I wn> rat< rnoi r alr me i h*v feat * P •on. is • at * bac win gen piu' to | con tak turn fea' nat flot r«s the MM It fei fui Co adi Ar thi Ea mi Tl tic ha Dallas (Vjtics I.and Tony Sard's Marionettes: Same Numbers To He Presented Here on Fine \rts ISill / rxas Intercollegiate Press 1 ssociation Officii* Less Laff ' ' ' ' *■- Tony Dalian on* Sarg'* day Mart i last re in The ! Adv in* jf Christophi «• play Utat « I on paw trried > *r-| aented whin they are t Marrh 27. The following a itern>1 that Dallas n«w*papern on February 23. following t forream-e* t.h* day before. "Th* word 'ayncfaruniMd' have come into popular vw fore the Warner Brothers talking picture* to market. Far intri- cate sound and motion, Tony &arg should be nominated as a pioneer of synchronous methods. Two audiences at MeFa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

kiss three Collegiate Press Editsc By Pat Hajuujwn Dean B. Winifred Merill and his music si-h >ol staff will be migrat- ing to Germany next summer to griv" a complete summer school course at the State Academy of Art in Munich. the music James ho nice Boasts of Being I ictim of Prank Which Upsets Neighborhood a nd A ids Newsies Personals Katheryn Daffron spent the week- end at her home in Piano. Jacque Bullock in Fort Worth spent last Sunday "WUXTRA! W'UXTRA! Police youths who were loitering around to discard kidnap theory in case of find lost golf balls to sell, and who former Denton child," shouted the promised young Koonce that if he At least ten students in verile note of Dallas Dispatch new- j would come with them they would schools will accompany sies over Denton Monday afternoon. \ show him a robin's nest. Lela Belle Harriss spent the week- end at her heme in Palo 1'irito. their instructors abroad, it was said. Indiana University. Charles Bennett, Indiana U. foot- ball capt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1929

1 ••. I I I I Eagles Split Series With Commerce Lions To Close TIAA Battle >at by i llmtorjr Krprats EAGLES DROP SECOND GAME AT BROWNWOOD The Eagles' Eye By Qnwr VICTORS IN BOTH GAMES SECURE WIDE MARGINS I,ION'S SK( I KI SI i (l\|) 1*1. \< I IN i OVi I HI V I 1. \< I VS W KINS AND YORK 1*1 A\ LAsi (. \vii s for i in ) '.i i - Hy rixing to height* of brilliancy hitherto anw«n this Mason, wh < h won due parti' ulurly to Coach Rout1* manipulation of I gle plays, th« OnitoniUi uprinkM the hop<*ij of, a T. I. A A. championship for East Tex** rather recklessly through th' unbounded urn by the overwhelming] •core of 50 to 89 in the flrnt encoun ter, whil'1 at the name time the Daniel j Baker Hilt Billies tucked away th flag by winning from the Canyon j Buffaloes. The *e<-or>ri game was n ! complete reversal with the Commerr Lion* cinching second place in th> •; conference race by winning the gem' by the count of 33 to 22. Cowley Star* Captain Gowky of the Eaglet! { ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

' THE CHATTER BOX THE CHAT VOLUME XIII Monday, March day for the new Dr. W. J. McCon College. "It is el is registration n according to nu'll, dean of tne (timated that about | will enroll for the j 125 new stud. new term. "Thi're will be no new courses offered unless it will be to accommodate the high school gradu- ates of January. Class work will begin Tuesday, March 19, and a double penalty wiii be assesed on those who miss classes on this day. Those who enter one week late will be allowed to take only four subjects." Florence Hardeman And Edna Swanson Ver Haar In Concert NORTH TF.XAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, 11 XAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1929 Attends Associations NUMBER 20 "It was the best meeting of the American Awsooiation of Teachers Col- leges that I have ever attended," said President Marquis of the recent meet- ing in Cleveland upon his return from there last Sunday. There was one central theme throughout the entire series of pro- grams; namely, "Teachers Colleges in 19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

rm I III < K M 1*1 S i II \'l H hen the Elements Conspire Campus Chirps Published by flii1 North Texas State studi Ten Ten •nt« of the hern I alti ( am pus Chat Kntrrnl a* Ht M a il Matter at th< f Denton, Tna , Ilfti H d i ' OL'TOP, <00 &PT hmww plbblNG/ HOW WATCH hikn i>W)M ( am [hi- Chat, *1. STAFF Mehaffry VtarKarc^ I. F. HarriMMI'....... laabelle A r mislead tjuinbv Self < larenre Jaeicgli Hennie ilkerson Marjorie I -simp f.dra KoltiBMin Editor in-chief Manaic>'<ie nlltai Auotiilt editor Sport* editor literary editor Assistant i ' olumnist | u j art! «r Katph Iteportrn HieM. l. -nora C Bonnie Wilkersi Rachael Una he* H lit- hi i I rm* Houston, .Vorria >rn*ell, Helen Hall, a, Muth fumraintt". f«ene (irmly. Eva Taliaferro, Ruby Audi*, Paul Griffith*. VI KM H IK TEXAS INTEKCOLLE qiatm naum association Printed by Student* of the North Texas State leathers College j, U. HALL, Jr. laatriKtor Linotype and Typography Charlea ltro*n, 4Ju-ine«* Manager, Box 23...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

) Denton High (iocs To State Meet By Saturday's Victory WINS WORLD TITLE HE WON A DOG DLRBY put almost at will. Bo Dei iton forward, as high i man with fourteen ma rker* Y!>% mftk £$ twice tn 1 hrco that Coach Dan Me A lister IT J ■ear letter man o f the Go has pll a team in th e state fii >als t -ourn ent, and hia tcan ciricdly in th de- Phe Sunn nary Denton fg ft pf tp J Borchardt f. 6 4 0 14 Zeretzke f. 0 1 10 Uaren c-g —1 1 3 3 Finley jr-c 2 1 ii 5 Meredith g 1 0 3 2 Totals 14 6 7 34 Sulphur Spt 'ings 3 Clapp f ... 3 2 1 Winfrey f. „0 1 2 1 Dean c 0 0 2 o Moncrief g „0 1 1 1 Dial g — 1 0 1 2 Melton g _0 0 1 0 Totals 4 4 8 12 The Eagles' Eye By Quinsy Shlf ■0^-0 I'ui.iul Baker, coitfen !:>->• chumps, j ICi ci t\*, IIU'II, k\ < l i \us ol ', uiul >t*th i xuk secured two jiIicm oii ; a Chut'* 1920 mythical basketball j ntft. Miller of l)univ! Huki-r, thi ;<1 shooting ac« of the T. 1. A. A., us selected bi-cutise of his uncanny ! w Fred l'rintz of Cascade, Iduho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

SOCIETY—CLUBS LIGHT COATS I : TAM D WITH COLOR , aloHS Fo Sponsor ANSWFK TO C ! FOR CONTRAST ; „ , hiren'il Banquet T-('lub Makes Plans For Presetiling /'/ay Dal lu-i Con edition Is Uism*H((1 l / l t #fj( i ,s the pi T-C bat T*g Th. tat ribtittt !<i c ill**. Hoiwe Prettidt nt Meeting Postponed 11 Per at 'iiaott, mmm It a^r J lauUMfr Ml &BM ho M on Id Think \ Salesman Would Refuse ( asli Sale'/ .a *i no. prut, and A pi Wi ***** our HlU li 1/I S. J . ,/. J OUtH 1 0 i utk to ( ouncil hit.:/. ri Una i Wiw i by I tifig H Crav be Mn gar r< ski th< Um MWHJJ J. i'i P«" adVSIlta i Ahw f the m (i of ih. u If to ve (V/*rc M hiie Is < . Jj. ( . President the evening. tdud by disc 08 of the 1' lion irum thue and it Umchmr. Tut, ) ard inn Has t ixh I i y nnv CoJl.g., u na a in day nt m 'flic fiui r of the d crew it Tuex -auloy, chief e, nunauied the y( ii fry «a the eam£ w. wcw caught Monday night at J^ake Vv arj hucj were cam averag- ing aoout three or four pound* each, iiu caugh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

Collepiatc Press Editid By Pat Harrison "Battle of the Sexes" Main Feature of Saturday Nijiht Picture Program y nic I hand fhuiiu n me ich ii s u le- ch i-ri tied The col- iut !ng the <r, 208 s v int id a an ac< mi uud t was t _Wh was cunt on. Halej for he bt tank wai in a local e water the mean i total destruction op, Abilene, >y have killed th< building from burning, nthony (Atlas) Hunt, >r. Hunt visited Hol- Morton last Sunday is to see a windmill in turned on hu father's efit of the visitor and filled. A fire broke tore shortly afterward ram the windmill tank of saving the building The War Bearkat supporters maty now turn with interest toward the track pros- pects for this year, for the wealth of track material on hand is enough to arouse the enthusiasm and spirit of even those inclined to be pessimis- DON AlVARADO and PWYtU/ HAV€R D.W. GRIfflTW/ "T4-l£ BATTL4 Of T*€ /fcXfc/- A United Artists picture. "The may throw their way. Lured by his Battle of the Sexes," di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1929

I DEBATERS WIN DECISION OVER TULSA TEAM \M> MAOI.KS UKfKAl Khl lU -I M U'lVth Of I i I >A B* I I'HOllU.Nlj NKiiUIW. I)t i'l KAPPA LU.L1 \ ql I * I ION Ch*rl«s Brook* und Elvis M*K<-rn won u two to outs dm.s*Ma ovtir ti*u- der* To/ii"V*k> *xi«i iJiwarU J- .ii-ijn, rrprfientfttivcj ot 1 una Oniv«r* ty, here 1 uimui> evening, when they uy- heW the ni«fativ« iiie of ttat qu* * t,on, iivioivcij. "That th«r* tthouid b* * *ub«titute tor the jury •ynteiw Th« vuiting Kim wm MMMNpaaM by W. H. U m:it"% 6oMth una ii eh- ard Lakin, debater. 1 bi «i/irmativ« dvocjkt«d tiutt there r thr^* inherent we kJie «!* in tne jurj >/.:• m, naiifly, tnat ih« juror* are majt^neoceu; tbat the cuiiccs <if the country are dimnler- ested in Jury nervice, * d Dint the jury it governed by emotion and biiut in rendering iU dacmiona. The sub- stitute as propoMd by the affirma- tive, provided lor three judge*, chos- en by the people tor a term of lix years, on* judge btinf elected every two year*....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1933

M i U * c e> M « * o- i fci "S ^ 3* * 1*7 FRESHMAN SPECIAL OCKS WEATHER Humidity—3-2 VOLUME XVII in* the sen And we found Sam Parker suggests that be set for June 19th. .. . Incidental dinner; you bring the doeks . . . Hardy was quite willing to fur- the mint la*t Sunday if she could someone with what should go it . . . Wonder if Dean Criddle ows that Johnny Skiles went to Frances Goasett while she was campused ? But what the Freshman dean doesn't know won't hurt you or r/lp ~ . - COLLEGE DANCE ly, Sam. are your intentions strict- would like to see Rougfchouse Reeve? ly honorable? . . , And Doodle Wil- >n action. To hear him tell it, he's Nana is again seeing Mary Ruth < «** f« low . . . Freddy Campora Sewrfl. It seems he parked on her made a hushed exit out of Denton doorstep a few years ago . . - Katie Wednesday at noon . . . Eleanora Henlev was seen at noon the other Hardy is spending one hour each day with a Sock-O in her hand. She afternoon in her bathing ss.it in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1933

Ragles" Tinder Path Arti jff Third fEv !(■ Meet; Mwre t«m* Mall Mat- Tim i the illiterary lime-light by 8rown Mule 1 RAGE §\ND SCREAM I Br EJSIt YERNIGAN ■ 4# Star * «. m S INTE It( -'iLI.KQlATE ASSOCIATION rial st4#i| 1 thai vmi k Pfctlbp* Editor m-c hi*f wr - Type mm« r m & . V water jack . iw i mi< loen j «. A. s , i yapkpnhwt r laaoityjpr , ..... . ,...: hk l (-Snitch > I- mwmmr — st umbo. hpllmn|hl« mu ir < oi,ycmm.ht> n Limltirrir, Herbert hoove,- h '*"■ ,* t, brown' y Mute, print* Alfeeit% (topea* i'lmnk. Old man * ir« i t*r, and "i'g" Moore. kepoktm'.. walter Winched, 1** Tra< (fan- and Frit-', h<. lamia. 6w (j« tor, Baron munehaw-'t, 'ban* an<l Santera, dmsi whhor-u*. cttjfy limbing, *rtd i the fecal faculty TaouMn run this wan*; boy - will he o #. Dh, hu. fc tbdii In Self Defense Uli •a h* - si lojis* mm*. w in* edhft' «ar 't write. ik* mmmt tha better they'll i*. strange *#ii Sitrl* fmtoman to top b«r* itefbn hi* <hdktma and otter pbrasox aitet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1933

% s Wt«BtVB«BS EDITOR'S •vg EXPLANATION On thi* paye of today's issue will br found real newe, whkh of it* very naMUililMHto it im- poitaiil to inclodf in this waek'e p*t>«r.,:i9lMir« is' a smalt amount of material en thin ptf« which is putclv fiction, hut the ma- jority i« wm HH *lMKr 1 Education Pledges Guests at Banquet . ;,:|| i'anquft and uyed by the iim trial Education ( April 10, at the Th* followfe* mated Into Sayei *• .lack Kei md initiation war* en- nbors of thr IndttH- lub Monday night. Eagle Cafe, candidates wt-ro jj ] tub: John ViU, Eli Is, R. J. Shaver. Myrade's Netters 1 a|>lit Series With | | Strong Opposition note: - THIS STORY l.< Just a news rtngi that'* HH Stanford. The initiation <*a* administered by L, 6. "Chief" V iliiai^''MM|jrtiAv%y the other club 1 1 i ':>*■ rubers. This initiation ceremony * r • i p , . , j took place following the banquet. EntertS^IP I ftw to the length of the ceremony Press Club Sunday ** Mr* of the banquet, final With Sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1933

m Fill Fight Arena Tuesday To Wirz and V itz In Vicious Battle: Jig-Saw Whips Pink Lace UK, ill? >u«d from M|r t.i I ;ihl he ' ., 1 t hrust Kii I mrmtlmg fan* wh j thr 1 bin ton fight arena Tum <ta> i u> witness the match be "Jtg Saw" Vtli end "Pin Win, toft the turnstile* will satisfartsMi of having aaa# tl> moat hart it battk o# tol(||ig| and bone tn -Mu in the history << the sporting wreetling Jack S«« -o, head fMrilMijP atoMa at thf Teacher's ' iSiffi *u hear IK nay that It vai the mauling and Po|MM Hi ill the Wi m* plat* calmly and a aatmi a three-pia; the twyaMM h<* trippi'd it tenrWto foil hard to ict he had from where Ho had bitten the du#t, ever iiHi' *1. Thi* coming man who ha* develops mai ball darnoiw la aalf MplSMrt tlx tussle, lm> let the preas «ti for the reader r«ft fl%* HMnute# www l|« (Sportsman) * *a «-arried from tlie eourt* fee mug- i repair. f|to*, with '.he tut** mora ► mm $ i t to ft > t. Bvenl, matched, three and two, the *" !&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

r1 THE CAMPUS CHAT 87331 'OLUMK XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1984 ENROLLMENT TO REACH HIGH MARK RST ASSEMBLY TO BE ! HELD HERE WEDNESDAY IF AUDITORIUM READY ATE DELIVERY AHII Wilson Meredith cOF EQUIPMENT ^LAYS WORKERS |VLARUE STAGE F (>r IMI'KOVEMENTS iNCM'DES NEW I K.HTS. S T A ( E AND SWITCH- HOARD Work on the remodeling of the stage m (hf College Auditorium 's almost complete, according t«> In. W. .1 McConnell, president, and H is expected to lie ready for uw at an early <l«t«. . CHANGES MADE DURING COLLEGE VACATION PERIOD M \\ ST VRT CONSTRl'CTION ON DORMITORY HERE SOON IS WORD FROM PRESIDENT Niiiimiou improvements, changes, and ;tdd11ion- to the College Plant have I■••i'ii made during the vacation period, according to aniiouiiceinents iniuli from the pre sident's office this week. *, 1424REGISTER DUNNG FIRST FIVE DAYS OF ENROLLMENT PERIOD FKANffiS PERKINS TO LECTURE AT T. C. OCTOBER 12 BEFORE WEEK ENBS FINE ARTS NUMBER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

PAGE TWO THK CAMITS CHAT. HF.NTON, TF\AS, THURSDAY. SKI'TKMHKIt 27, 1 «4 The Campus (>hat • ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc by Student* of the North Teias Slate Teachers College. Denton, Texan Campus Chat Entered as Second Class Mail Matter •t the I'ob toff ice at Denton, Texas, December 8, 1116 MKMHKR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Kenneth K Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson Smith Business Editor Manager Sponsor Nibblings Paulim* Crittenden ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo |{\ \s;t\ t«l introduction. may we say that the The 0Uter cB OX opinions that will In- expressed in this i-olumn front week to week are in no w y to be consider- ed a> those of a seeond •!< hn liosciifield, Jr. or a prominent literary critic. In fact, they are not literary criticisms at all; rather, they are just what the title expresses nibbles, or the ex- tremely amateur. raniblinK ideas of one who en- joys readii.y very much, and who hopes that you wili like the nibbles you jret here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

THE < AMPI'S ( HAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1M4 h PLACEMENT I'lie IhIIukiiik ih a linl mI resident student* (if 'IVirhtTH College durinit the past two >f«r« who ban- Mcrurtd teaching luicHher with their lirvwDt addrt'Mtum. A Acker, Mm. Beola, Grades, A.-i«t niunt, Texas Adair, Helen, First Grade, Waeld «-r, Texas Adair, Julia. Primary Giades, Un inn Hill School, Sanger, Texas Adams, Mn. Ada I,on. First and Second tirades, Heath Public School Adams. A. V., Principal < resccnt ( ove .School, Vernon, Texa Adams. Ernest Sell, Firsi Grade Carngan School, W ichita Falls, Texa Adams, Lyndell, Public School Music, N an, Texas Adams, Oleta. Elementary tirades, Tainpira, I'urnell, Texas Addy, Mrs. Grace, Sixth and S« venth Grades, Mincula, Texa Adkins, Edith, Fourth tirade, •lames, Texas Adkins, Mrs. Lucy, Second and Third tirades, Burdwell, Texas Adki <>n. Lillit Mae, First Four Grades, Palm Rose, Texa Admire, Corin n e, Elementary tirade--, Nocona. Texas Admire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

"" ■PW1 1 ' wMmrn" • pauc roi k Godwin, Althca, Principal of Prai rtt Valley School, (Monvin, Texa Golden. Ray, Second Grade, lowu Hiii, Tex* Goldsmith, kathryii, Principal of Willow S| rir irif School, Meridian, Twm t*toch, (teiton T., Principal of Daw mm Grade School, Dawson. Texas OMlniM. Ethel, Fourth Grade, Ar hnjt'on. Texas Goodman, Eugenia Pik« Hi*L>r\ and Geography in Grade*, Iredell. Texan flmAiiin, Mrs. Maud. HcnrirtU Grammar School (Principal). llenri- etta, Tcxa- Goltghlly, Nellie, Teacher, Homt Economics, Dallas, Tcs Gordon, Kdith, Scienc. and tJcrnwn. tli angc Grove, Texa, Gordon, Nellie. Second Grade, li« cot;, Texas Grady, Margaret. Principal of Eh- mentary School, Italian. Texas Graham. Mrs, Geoagta B.. I'ninary Gradtw, Harmony Sch,.o,, Gate villi Texas (•rant, Marjori.-, IL>mc Economics and Fourth and Fifth Grad. s Ran- kin Scho'. Piydwvll, Texan Grant, Vidclle. Wom« I > oiiomic- Hatson, Texas Grantham, lans, Thud t. r.idc, Gale* villi-, Tex as Gravis, W. ...

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