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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 October 1920

g^l " V'. ," VOL. STEPHJSNYILLE, TEXAS, C€T([)BE3l 16; 1?20 ' ;TEP"/MEETiNG THUKS- 1 SENIOR CLASS ROLL DAY NIGHT , )The p.rs:fc genuine p^p nieeting in three..years was: lield Thursday jijght. The/crowd began to gather ..'early and' by1, seven o'clock the house was full. - College spirit ro^e .fast and before the appointed - After carefully checking' over the list of seniors for the present scholastic year, Mr. Ferguson re- ports the following students at present as having qualified as sen- iors: Vernon Adam's," -Carl Ar- thur, Wiiiiam Bridges, Mgfgurite /fhoui1 :the auditdrium was' .in "an j.Carlton, Alma He^th, El.isha Bugh- ,uproav*i The ^ttendan'ee was jnore'j es, Guy Hukei, Earnest Johnson, than^iOQ- per* cent fdir not b.iily was Cla&dejKay,.Conrad;Lanning,-Vedai FOR 1920.1921 every student present /but ' also Marr, Franklin Matheny, T; , Y. dozens pf ex-students and support- Montgomery, Lucia Jrma Painter, ers;;".Frank Cauble took charge a w?r Pur- littla after seven- bv a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 October 1920

'V MAC Franklin Matheny -Editor Henry Lee .Purvis—.1-1 ' . - Managing Editor T. V. Montgomery,.-Business Mgr. Claude Kay_ .Asst. Business. Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students ' of - f Jphn ■ Tarleton Agricultural ■College, ' ■ , Business Office located in Domestic Science Building* : " ^Subscription Rates $1.50 per year IF If you can keep your head when all abQut;::y^u ■ ■, ' Are losing theirs aMd blamingrit oil ■ you; ! If you can trust yourself when all men doubt'you, • Eufc make allowance , for their doubting too; ■If you c&n'i.waib and.not be tired % : of waitings Or being; lied (about, don't deal in dies,. ■*■'• ■■ ' ■ _ - Or being hat^d, don't give way to ■'• hating, \,And yet don't look too good or talk ' 1 too wise. .. , ■' If you can dream—and .not make ; dreams your master; , If you can think—and not make , thoughts your aim, ! . ^ Tf you can meet with triumph and !,'■".disaster ' ■'. ' : j And treat those two importers just the same: . If you can hear the truth you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 October 1920

THE BOARDING HAIX HOG " 'W1 amg you a spilg on a subject ! you'll say," Is somewhat unpleasant to treat, FIT deal with the two legged cloth- es wearing hog. . We've all oeen unhappy to meet, lie's the grubgrabber founds' in many aplace. And always where college folks ; dine; ';' His inanners derived from the an- cestor pig, J'' No culture can^ver refine. As the food passes round he garn ers it in, . • And heaps', it in store on his plate; And the way .he shovels it into his ■ ' beak,' ■ Is a matter too fierce■' to relate. He never remembers .that : other folks like, .'V Something else besides' bones, and scraps and crumbs, ' But empties the dishes and cleans out the bowls, V ■ ■■ ■ " i Making use ofCspoohs, fingers and thumbs. '• 0. if your bogom rise horror and V. rage,.. ' ■■■■•'. Or in hungry despair you repine, J.ust meekly, remember that boys will be boys,, ' And also that swine will be swine, Johnny Camp reading French: "And the little king grew great big while he was little."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 October 1920

Prof. E; A; Funkhouser, , in charge of the. John Tarleton agri- cultural. exhibit at the State Fair s DaiiaSj;'.hks returned home, leaving the . exhibit in; charge of trust- worthy;, and reliable men .who will -;be. there at all hoiirg to answer questions. The exhibit attracts much attention'because it has an ..eligible place in the agricultural - ;hali :pt-tKe fair, ^rid all of the ex- hibits are tastefully' and effective- ly'arranged; The" Stephenville ■ Chamber of Commerce financed the exhibit. . MissT^attye Davis, who is teach- ing in the Thurber Schools, states that she is enjoying the work im- mensely although it is her first ex- ; perience. • While in Thurber Jrliss Davis is making her home with her , • sister,; Mrs,. Barton Djirrette. VITAL STATISTICS ■" Marriage licenses-granted to: O. (J. liussol, city, ■ and ^ Ruth Knight. :. 'i ; Hi J./ Hook, city, and Fannie San- ders. .- • ' . ■ \Joe Chandler, city, and Mrs. ^Gertrude! Phillips. ■ . T. J. .Turner, Breckenridge, and Bon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1920

HE J-TAC / ' ■ - VOL. 2. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 20, 1920. -«r. RECEPTION FOR THE TEACHEliS. ■On Friday night at the City Hall the ■ Parent-Teacher's .Club and the Commercial Club gave. a re- ception in honor of the College and High School teachers. The " receiving line extended the full . length of the }arge reception hall. Stphenville did not know it has so many "teachepcitizens" until they were all tog^her. 'The college or- chestra; furnished music through- out the evening and. as a conse- quence the crowd 'could not re- train from joining in the Grand March. After this the reception' lost all of its formality and each one seemed eager to see and talk to all that were present.,' The ev- ening was enjoyed to the fullest and all were glad they came. TARLETONITES VS.- MERIDIANITES. SENIOR- CLASS GOES PICNICING ..i'c7' •U ; 1 Last Saturday night the Sen-, ior class and a number of their friends^ including Miss Lula Gough and Miss . Mattie Walker, of the faculty and Miss Lucy Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1920

J-TAC i - ■ .■ '! f.ii <K\' Franklin Matheny .-Editor Henry Lee Purvis - Managing Editor Jack Bassel ! ^Asso't Editor. Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barkeman Asso't Editor - T. V. Montgomery,-Business Mgr. Claude Kay_-Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of ■ John Tarleton Agricultural College, • . Business Office located in Domestic Science Building., Subscription Rates $1.50 per year A cold is about the only thing some people can get in their heads. Subscribe for the J-Tac. DREAMING. Who was ,-ihcY Did I hold her hand? , And did I slyly steal a kiss ? And did I tell her how I'd planned To make "her life a dream of . / bliss? ' • And- did I by the skies above Swear I was meshed-in Cupid's spell? . And did I murmur words of .love 1 Well, now, I promised not to tell! Call and See 1921 BUICK LOTS OF CHANGES Mayer-Smith Motor Co. > Next to Rock Bairn Phone 481 I STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY £> & <► & , A < ► .....The Best in the Middle Wes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1920

The, domestic science girls very pleasantly treated the administra- tive force last Tuesday witrf"a big pitcfier of fruit punch. Not only ce it as the'best they ever tasted but several members of the facul- ty stand willing to back them up in their contention. c On Everything in Our Big MUSIC HOUSE •* - Including FREEMAN TALKING Machines Every record fifths house ' on sale at J ... . the administrative force pronoun- 'Tis sweet to love But olj, how bitter, To love a girl When her clothes don't fit her. se TO THE TEACHERS AND STUDENT BODY Of J. T. C. A. a Hearty Welcome at W. F. HENSON Cash Grocery Store , PHONE NO. 44 , ROCK BARN J. L. MARK, Proprietor Transfer, Baggage and Auto Livery. Will Appreciate Your Patronage. W. E. Davis H. L. Bobo DAVIS Barbers WEST SIDE SQUARE We Have What You Want-—Gorne Get It. J. I, Davis v ' * ATTENTION TEACHERS AND STUDENTS OF J. T. A. C >V ❖4 CHAUTAUQUA FORUM Begins at . * ' .*+ . 1 NEW 1EJESTIC THEATRE Monday, Oct. 25th and Continues 4 days. Eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1920

OFFICERS CLUB ORGANIZED The Officers' Club, consisting of all commissioned and non-com^ missioned i officers was organized, and the following officers elected: -Vernon Adams, president; Ernest Johnson, vice-president; Claude Kay, seci'etary-treasurer. The purpose of this club is' two fold. I'"rst it is a place of work where all officers meet, once a week and discuss military matters, carrying regular assignments in the man- ual. Second it affords some of the season's best socials. The club consists of about thir- live members, all earnest hard working men. The first - social was booked for October 19. Ow- . ing to the fact that the ladies can , get out except on Friday and Sat- urday nights, it seems as though the party will have to be a stag or a smoker. But give us the Clauds, Monty and Adams and we will have a great time among our- selves. \ . CADET PROMOTIONS. , OWEN H. ELLIS General Insurance Casualty Xiondn Phone 379 Tribune Bldg. Owing to the fact that several of the appointe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1920

- i. A, H J- VOL. 2, STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 27, 1920. FIRST RETREAT AT JOHN TIULETON COLLEGE . J ' - r At 4:30, Tuesday afternoon, John Tarleton Agrciultural Col- lege will celebrate ita first Retreat on the. College Campus, The ex- ercises will be conducted by the "Brotherhood of Buddies,", in or- , .ganization of: ex-service men, as- sisted by the student body of the col tego, and a splendid program - will be rendered. This will .also be, a dedication of the new 100-ft. flag, pole, and the unfurling of the ne.y vfl4g> most' important and patriotic evgr.it of .the, year, it is hoped>-that the . -.business hdusps and stores of the city will close their doors early enough to allow their employees to attend the. program, and a com- mittee is now- visiting each firm with that request. It will be re- membered that the flag pole and huge flag is a gift of the citi- zens of Stephenville and the; fac- ulty and student ; body of John Tarlgion Agricultural College. The ceremony ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1920

: , ^ .'*,V Zelda in' hall: "I know I have the hardest luck of anybody," Bill: "What now ?" Zelda: "I had a special dinner for Mary but she sprained her ankle and couldn't come." DOES MA WISH SHE WAS PA? Mr.' Felgar in Economics: "What is meant by the replacement fund aa applied to banking institutions, Mr. Kay ?" "Claude suddenly aroused from nap: "Seed, fertilizers, etc." Clear As Mud "Herir^, it says here in the ac- count of yesterday's ball game that Babe Ruth pelted the pill for th,ree sacks. What does it mean 1" "Good heavens, Mary, can't,you ijnderstand plain . English 1 It means that he .slugged the sphere safe "^nd landed on the third pil- low."—Sporting News. KODAK PICTURES Grow in value with age, taking pictures is only half the fun. We carry a complete line of East- man Kodaks and Eastman Kodak Films. ' N orris Uggetts Quimfcys Candies.' CROSS DRUG STORE Lyndfsay-Phillips R, L. Ross "I wish I had' a lot o' cash," ■§es Pa, one winter's night; "I'd go down South an' stay a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1920

/'/ HA . i. .COTTUH' PALACE HAS ! BI6GEST PROGRAM tl TEN-YEAR HISTORY Opening Oct 30, Closing Nov. 14, Grand Opera, Football, Fire- , . works Display, Feature ; Attractions. REDUOEO HATES ON ROADS Greatest Agricultural and Livestock Exhibits iii State Will be Found At Waco. Waco, Texas,—What la described by President W. V. Crawford to be' the "greatest program in the ten-yea* history of the Texas Cotton Palace" was announced here today. Grand Opera will be presented by an organization. of 100 artists five days following the opening of the 16- day exposition Oct. 30; the queen's "ball will be a national affair with ■ the presence of 20 or 30 "prinpesses;1 or debutantes, from as - many states in the union; the most daring auto- mobile racers on the track today will compete for big purses; some of the biggest colleges in the state will, send their, football elevens to Waco to" ;meet conference teams on the fair's gridiron; a, magnificent fire- works display at a cost of ?1,000 a night ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1920

J-TAC ?<<, Franklin - Matheny : JEditor Henry Lee Purvis__ .___ „ Managing Editor Jack Bassel —Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barkenian Asso't .Editor T. V. Montgomery ....Business Mgr. Claude Kay__Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural Collegei A BARE FRIEND. Business Officejocated in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Kates $1.50 per year The girls of the domestic science piass made a certain prof, a pres- ent, of a bowl, of ice cream during laboratory period. A certain' vamp of the class began'to make eyes at the prof., and, he fell. Ht\ offered her $ spoon ot' ice cream but the poor fellow missed her mouth, when he proceeded to feed her. ..We would seriously advise the prof, to do some practicing for the.girl said that'he was nerv- ous. ;. iAlso for papa L.anning to at. tend to-, affairs a little more close- ly. . r DORMITORY NEWS. Frank Cauble asked all tlae stu- dents t° be with the Foot Ball ■ Boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1920

TH J : / VOL. 2. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 3, 1920. dean davis in south texas Dean J. Thomas D'avis returned Sunday after a week in South and East Texas. This trip was made . by the Dean in the interest of the proposed constitutional amend ment for the betterment of the schools of Texa.s. During his ab ,)(s,en.?e .Mr. Davis made a . number qf~ addresses, touching in his tour such points as Marlin, Hearn, Longview, Center, T.impson, Gary, Buna, Maurisville, Perry, Reagan, Beaumont, Liberty, Navasota, . Madisonville, and Houston, The following is a clipping from one of the South Texas papers, which gives a brief account of one of the Dean's speaking engage- ments: "Dean J. Thomas Davis of the John Tarieton Junior Agricultur- al College at Stephenville spoke at Reagan this afternoon in the interest of the school amendment to be voted on November 2. He was accompanied to Reagan by Superintendent A. C. Ferguson of the jjlarlirt schools, and Miss Lu- cile Rogers, Falls county super- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1920

/ - V J-TAC X"* r^n^lni Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis ,, -Managing Editor Jack Bassel ;—__,Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton_Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery_._Business Mgr. Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year FREDERICK WARD LECTURES. The second number of our Ly- ceum was the lecture Monday ev- ening by Frederick Ward. Mr, Ward was born in England, but has spent a great deal of his time as a Shakespearian actor in Amer- ica, and in fatt all over the world. He has made a life -study of Shakespear and is now touring America as a lecturer on the Shakespearian plays. Mr. Ward reviewed briefly the life of Shakespeare from birth through his varying degrees of fortune to his death. Since the death of Shakespeare, especially during the last century many crit- ics are prone to believe that a man. of his cultu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1920

JUNIOR PICNIC. Last Friday night the "Jolly Juniors," accompanied by Miss Margaret Bierschwale and Miss Lucy Foote, went on a picnic. They met at 4:30 o'clock out un- der the' trees close t,° the music hall, and while waiting1 for the others to come Johnny Camp en- tertained them with his story About "the poor widow woman who had eight starving children." Very few got the point of his story at first, but finally Jewel saw it; Johnny was still trying to explain it to Berta Marie after they reach- ed the picnic grounds. At about five o'clock, having decided that all were there who were coming, the party started for the Bosgue. and stories being told around the camp fire. The girls had prepared the lunch and the boys were to do stunts for their supper. No stunt meant no supper, so the boys got busy. When the fire was burning brightly Miss Bierschwale an- nounced that it was time for the stunts. Homer Ferguson per- formed the feat of making a half- dollar rise up and turn over in the pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1920

... the carnival a big success Does anyone thing that bunch . of seniors, under" the supervision of Miss Walker, can't succeed in any undertaking? No, not after the carnival party last Friday night. The annual debt had to be Jjaid and as a means of raising money, the seniors decided to give a carnival party on Oct. 29, at the conservatory. All students and the faculty were urged to be pres ent promptly, at 7:30, and most of them responded readily, That the ^ffair was a great success cannot be doubted after, reading of the following various attractions. The conservatory war tastefully1 decorated in blaek cats, witches, and all the Hallow'een "fixings." Soon after entering one was greet- ed by the black witch and given a card with some prophecy writ- ten thereon. No carnival would be complete without whistles, (bal- loons, etc., and these were avail- able at the booth preeided over by Miss Alma Heath. The candy booth, with Miss Lucia Painter as manager, was conveniently in the way and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 December 1920

— —?■—."g-7 /; VOL. 2. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 1, 1920. ~~ ^ ; 5? WHY NOT ATTEND JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUR- AL COLLEGE At this season of the year many young men and women are looking about for some attractive. college to attend after the Christmas holi- days, Numerous inquiries are J coming into the Tarleton offices now from such prospective stud- ents, and we are anticipating a considerable increase in our en- rollment at the beginning of our second term, January 3, 1921. For this reason it is fortunate that the scholastic year in Tarl.e- ton ig divided into quarters, there- by enabling a student to enter af- ter the Christmas holidays with the first of the second quarter and complete the second and third quarters almost as successfully, as if he had entered in September. Those men who have to enter college late this year, we would urge to'come to Tarleton after the holidays and take up our second ' "term of work. Tarleton offers a multitude of attractions that oth- er colleg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 December 1920

J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis. ' — Managing Editor Jack BasseL __Asso't Editor Marguerite -CarIton_Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery—Business Mgr. Claude Kay__Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the. Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in. Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year The Texas State Teachers' Asso- ciation met in Fort Worth this .Thanksgiving. The attendance was close about 8,000. Dr. Rob- ert E. Vinson, president of the • University of Texas was chairman of all general meetings. The chief speakers of ,the occasion- were President Frank L. McVey of the University of Kentucky and Bruce - R. Payne of the Peabody Normal. ^ .Mayor Davis of Fort "Worth wel-; corned the visitors in rather a patronizing manner that made vis- itors wonder whether the "school- teachers"—as he called them were t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 December 1920

i- \ --T WHAT IS A FARM? If you are good at making defi- nitions, try your hand at this question, "What is a farm?" It looks easier than it really is. If you give it up, ask some of the Ag Club boys. They heard this question ably answered by Mr. Gerreald at the session Monday evening. Mr. Gearreald said that a. farm is, first, a portion of the earth's surface which, if properly encouraged, will support a man, and second, a farm is a human institution. Another question answered was "What is a farmer?" The speak- er gave four requirements of a good farmer, as follows: "He must be able to make a living from , the farm, to rear a family careful- ly and well, he must be of service to the community, he must leave the farm more productive than when he took it." Other important questions dis- cussed 'were, "Why study farm- ing?" and "Why do boys leave the farm?" Each of these questions was well handled. Mr. Lyle talked for a few min- utes on "What the club stands for, and why we organized."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 December 1920

£ ' •' >7?J ":,] ' -f J* :\ ' «-• '•.*-, ;>-'*H.V, ' , ! PEPIGKAMS Once a poor silly heathen Chinese Took a sniff at some limburger ' cheese. 'What a hell of a smell!' He exclaimed with a yell; . This cheese mnst have died of dis- ease." ^erver of a PopulisT; convention <fi took place many years ago. ^fessionally, the speeches were The bea ris not bare, • I assert and declare, But has all the hair, He could well bear to wear. Te printer made a very appetiz- ing mistake when he reported that Mr. Fried (Fred Ham) came into the office With a dozen fresh eggs the other day. "I wish we could get together alone darling," he said. Where- upon the lamp took the hint and went out. "How foolish these English are" is'aid the Hottentot. "They told me to take the right road and it would take me to where I wanted to go; but I couldn't take the road even if it had been mine, and I know a road never took anybody anywhere." BOX SUPPER AT HIGH SCHOOL The High school Beauty Contest closed Wed...

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