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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1926

0-. vi. ■ WHERE THE STUDENTS FEEL AT HOME 1 * 2' < > Beautiful Graduating Gifts THE VARSITY SHOP Famous For It's Values $ S WHERE THE STUDENTS FEEL AT HOME HOSPITAL HARMONIES The groans heard in the hospital, lately are not groans from sick people, but from the girls who take health and hygene, They are re- quired to hand in a note back with about twenty pages of written work in it. From the rumour I hear, Miss Hennigan 'is given the bed bath demonstrations, and I think, (being a boy I cannot say for sure) that Anna Lois has had two baths lately, so I guess she will be sick pretty 1 soon. There has been considerable studying to do lately so our busi- ness has had a slight decline, only Jim Ned has time to gold brick lately. ■ ... Since the last hospital write up in the paper, Miss Mahan has been added to our family. That means that Fred and I are required to watch our cants, cant hardly, I seen; arid also , study English a little. Fred made ninety-three on his English . quiz f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1926

BfiBSSSSeeMai HONOR STODEN'l'.S :ANNOUNCED Each year the ten Seniors with the highest general average make up the distinguished list. Miss Marga- ret Jenks has the highest average but since she has graduated from T#ckt<ur in the past §t(e has not been named as a regular member ,of the graduate list. Miss Jenks has an average of 93.97. The othef honor stydents are: Lillian Edwards ....91.78 Christine Bqllentine 87.62 Carrroll Neely L 87.12; Carroll Cox : :...86.55) Grace Gentry ,T ...,86.10. Herbert Fagan .85.94 Charles Read j! ;85.69 Harry McKain ; 85.52> •f. A. Buekley,,......; 84.96i In- the -Sophomore class the hon-: or students are; Louise Ging, who has an average of 91.16 and Bon- nie Ringo with an average of 90,05. m EX-S'l'UMNTS BANQUET ■(Continued from first page) ville; Quincy 'Rodgers, -Alta Lometa:; SF. A. Buckley, Tarleton; Cecil Al- len, Eddy; 'Garnett FrOh, Tarleton; Dean and 'Mrs. , 'J. Thos. Davis, 'Mabel Miller, Abilene; Mrs. Annie' Lee Reeves; 'Doc Birdwell, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 June 1926

."55 r% Summer Session J-TAC r\✓ VOL I. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JUNE 30, 1926. NUMBER I. SUMMER SCHOOL HAS RECO i. , I- i ' ■ A- 7. / . ■■ -v: l' r •: ' '•/ ' <;v,c Tarleton College In 1914 Possibly some of the students who come to Tarleton are inclined to take things as they fipd them and to think that the college has always been about as they see it. This is far from being the ease, as I am sure Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Froh, and Mrs. Chamberliri can well'remember, since they have watch- ed the evolution of the college for many years. I last attended Tarleton in 1914. At that time the school was a private institution supported by three endowments. The first was that of John Tarleton, who was the founder of the college. Another was given to build the dormitory for girls, which is still in use with some additions. A. third was given to build a science -^building.-' -—" In 1914 the most noticeable building on the campus was a large three-story building of -wood, which we called the. •''Coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 June 1926

FREE 50c W® CREAM WITH 50c gpG LAZEjLLS PQWDER SERVICE DRUG STORE With a Service Tfr$fc Serves FREE 50c ^ip: SOUL KISS FERFUMi WITH 50c SIZE SOUL KISS POWDER /. Editor . Assistant — —r Business ...... Assistant gpjpegs Manager" —Joe- Downing If,ell Daggett Harry "Fat" Boyer Mae O'Btian KHAKI AND BLUE CHAMBRAY It gives the old Tarleton student a strange feeling to see the girls on our campus wearing re^, yellow green, pink and yaricolored (jlj-e^s- es and1 £lj.e boys in "suits of. black; b)ye, white o.ther co.lors. It is true that all these pretty colors are pleasing to the eye and we were always glad to get out of uni- form but it doesn't look like Tarle- ton to see it every day. And it isn't the same in chapel. We were accustomed to seeing khaki on one side of the auditor- ium and blue chambray on the other, but now we see all colors mixed and mingled together. Our boys looked so manly in their uni- forms, our girls seemed so girlish in the neat little blue chambrays, and the whole...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 June 1926

WHERE THE AT HOM$ EVERY TIME YOU NEED ANYTHING PH0N£24 WHERE THE'VA1SIW STOP .FAMOUS FOR IT'S VALUES TJHE STUDENTS FEEL: AT HOME v: ■ «v. ; ,! '. I ' • v- V ./ ■&< SENIOR PICNIC Last week Miss JVIahan called the Seniors together to plan a little enter- tainment,. to. put jsomepep i.nto sum- mer school iife.' $ w^'s 'enthusiastical- ly decided that we! have a picnic, and preparations began. ' Monday " afternoon ab 5:30 about forty Seniors a§s.emtble.d .in front of tfie girls' dormitory, stacked them- selves into cars and drove out to the Stepjienyjlle Country It was a merry;" jrjde, a^conspapie^ by talking, laughing/ 'singing, playing ukeleles, and any other form of merriment that tfee crowd could think of. ' After being jolted (everybody but "Fats") all over that rough road, we arrived safely at the Country Club. Most of us pyt on swimming suits and got into the water immediately. The water was fine, and everyone enjoyed the swim (those who couldn't swim enjoyed playing in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 June 1926

PHONE 29 HIGGINBOTHAM BROS. & CO. Stephenville's Greatest Store "Make Our Store Your $tore" Where Your Business is Appreciated Highest Quality-^Newest Styles—Reas onable Prices WE DELIVER TOWN GOSSIP Crystelle Boone, a student in our B. A. department, was a week-end visitor of parents and friends in Glen Rose, week before last. Effie May Tate made a flying trip to her home town, Carbon, Saturday before last. She returned by the way of—Ford Coupe, Seth Gilbert, an ex-student of J. T. A. C. and a student of the engineering department of Texas University the past term, was a week-end visitor here with friends. Terrell Graves has been suffering with a strained neck this w"eek, due to a visit to Fort Worth. He said, "them buildings shore are high over there." He also witnessed the Cat-Beaumont ball game. Hugh Killin, a popular ex-Tarleton- ite, was here for a few hours week before last, shaking hands with his many friends. We are glad to state that he has completed a very success- fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 August 1926

Jk « VOL I. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 4, 1926. JiUMBER III J ■ ■: 1. ;/ -t. Ia i ' I. l * the Junior Tennis Club Organized Oil the 12th,of last June, the West Side Junior Boys' Tennis Club was organized by . Neil Lane, Cicero "Ed- wards, and Baldwin Young. Since that time the dub has added the names of William Bennett, Frank Neblett, J. W. B. Edwards, J. O. Gar- rett, Jr., and Maurice Price to its roll of members. The following officers have been elected: .Neil Lane, president; Cicero Edwards, secretary-treasurer; * and Baldwin Young, team manager. \ ' Gray club sweaters with emblems iji red and blue have been selected and will be received by the opening of the fall term. The purpose of the club is to pro-; mote interest in tennis by providing regular meetings of persons interested ,::4nJh.a:gaiiie a^jancouraging them jo play more and better tennis. Worth- while talks on tennis have been made by Baldwin Young, William Bennettj and Cicero Edwards, Interest in the sport is growing. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 August 1926

IPQI Visit our Beauty Booth in a tore all "this week. Miss Smith will teach you how to treat your skin, to get the desired re- lEiUi suits every complexion must he treated within itself. To use Dorothy Perkins ii poor complexion. Visit our booth i.i £)Ur store and consult Miss Smith, in the right way there is no excuse for & SERVICE DRUG STORE ... Jewell White ..Netti& Garrett Editor,.........,.,.,..,,—^—— — Associate Editor,, —,— _. — Business Manager^-. ..Harry Boyer ■Assistant Business Manager — Mae O'Brian BE A BOOSTER Do you boost for your community, your state, your country and your school, wherever you have a chance ? Are you the kind of a per- son who believes in America, first, last and for all time? . We have the greatest country in the world today and the best coun- . try—local disturbances to the contrary. Even the man who decries our government, our institutions and our laws would not exchange places with a citizen of any other country as a better place to live ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 August 1926

STUDENTS WHERE THE APPRECIATIVE STORE PHONE 24 WHERE THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS .FAMOUS FOR ITS VALUES THE STUDENTS FEEL AT HOME NEWS BRIEFS O. C, Rhodes s£ent last w^ek-end in Energy. . Gloria Woodward spent last week- end in Dublin. Aline Mohan visited in Da Leon, the past week-end. Miss Modena Pair will teach at Oplan, next year. Dorris Gamble, of Hico, was in Ste- phenville, last week. Vernon Fitzhugh will enter A. & M. College in September. Miss Ina Hutchinson, is spending her vacation in Valera. Othell Peering of Tolar, ia at West Point Military Academy. Lura McCoy spent the weekend at her home near Hamilton. Edna Nixon, a student qf last year, will teach at Leday, this fall. Fannie Stuteville spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Gustiile. Miss Priscilla McKinnon spent last week visiting friends in Stephenville. Opal Gaither will teach Domestic Science in Morgan Mill, next winter. Velma Gilbert spent last week-end with her parents at Carbon. Ruth Willingham was a vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 August 1926

PINSON HOUSE NEWS : Week-end before last, three of the toys from Pinson's boarding house decided to roam around. George : Bennett, George Swan, and J. R. Fin- ley started out walking some time Friday morning. The route followed led them to Comanche. They became discouraged because they could not find anyone that they knew. At last, they had to sleep in the lumber yard that night. They awoke early the next morning after being disturbed several-times by some hogs and an old hen. George Bennett said that they reminded him of his duties at home. They started back to Stephenville af- ter breakfast and arrived here some time Saturday afternoon. They re- ported a very pleasant time. M. L. Encke and - Burton Reece tramped to Cisco Friday and, stayed until Sunday. The latest • attraction at* Pinson House is "pitching dollars. But in the absence of dollars we always pitch washers. Kangaroo court will meets again next Monday. There were several con- victions, at this week's session. WITH THE E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

i I. M ' :i;> "H 4'.- V 'l'u .1 .1:. ' ■ ' & ¥' .a. & r If ■ \ SUMMER J-TAC "ON YE TARLETON" r 1 t T \ : VOL I. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 25, 1926. NUMBER IV. r ' e^a SiSpi ' a „:-Vh< m ■ HMgE *"T88&&£f*r V • **tL *" * * ~ "?i " sn * f -V * wwWmmbmI Wr * jjfc^xj &h-.« *15* <YX*~<- 1" ^ , *j;v„ ' l ^ - FOOTBALL PROSPECTS .. . FOB COMING SESSION Although no one is in apositionto Cell much about the team for the com- ing season, due to the fact that some twenty out of the squad of twenty-five will be new men, the coaches are rather optimistic over the . outlook. Durirtg-the-past six years, the coaches have faced new squads many times, and -in some way" managed to mould Creditable teams out of the raw ma- terial. .This may be a wonderful year, and it is sure to be a good year. " Among the old men to be back are Captain "Gow"'Menzies, guard; Pat- ton;'half; Hbughton, half; Boyd, cen- ter; Davis, end; and probably Rogers, •wonder guard; and Marr, quarter,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

THE SERVICE DRUG STORE-WHERE COURTESY AND SERVICE GO HAND IN HAND. TELEPHONE 49 WE WISH to EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION FOR THE PATRONAGE RECEIVED FROM THE SUMMER STUDENTS K Editor.... Associate Editor.. Business Manager,...™ Assistant Business Manager — Jewell White - Nettie Garrett —^ .Harry Boyer ON STUDYING IN THE SUMMER TIME & i<a P'Brian EDITORIAL , Do we, as members of society, realize the changes which are nec- essary to make the world a better place in which to live? As college students of the twentieth century we are the heirs of the ages. All that has been preserved for us by a wonderful set of organized activ- ities, which have improved our methods of acquirement, given us a more comprehensive understanding of the universe, and slowly raised the standards of living. As students of this Junior College, we receive the opportunity of helping to carry forward this work of civilization for which our able instructors are so well laying the foundation. We cannot turn a deaf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

NKWS BRIEFS Othel Peering is at West Point. Miss Pearl Morris is visitiiig her sister, Bob Morris, this week. , Matt Graham was a visitor at Tar- leton, this week. t Joe Williams was a welcome visitor at Tarleton this summer. Miss Eline Thomas spent last week end at home, near DeLeon, Fi-eeman Fuqua will teach near Floydada next fall. Forney Dawkins, captain of the band of '25, was here a few days, Milton Browning will be in school at the State University. Horace Murray, "married," is living in Dallas, Miss Dolores Hancock will teach at Purves next year. . Faye McNutt spent Sunday in Dublin. Mrs. Woodward is planning on spending her vacation in Waco. .. Miss Hope Dukes of Duster will be a student of Tarleton this fall. ; , Miss Gladys West spent Sunday iii Glen Rose. Alda Morton spent Wednesday night with Mr, and Mrs! Bob Croft of near Stephenville. Mrs, Morrison and Miss Myrtl'e Gregory made a business trip to Sidney Saturday, Miss Maurine Smith is planning to spend her vacation in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

WITH THE EXES Herbert Fagan will follow in this brother's footsteps and enter Texas University in September, Hesta Brown will go to school in New Mexico where she is now living. Wonder how she'll feel not having to wear blue cham- bray? Lloyd Henderson is going to teach near Longview. Ruth Odom will enter Howard Payne. Raymond McClure likes math- ematics so well that he is going to teach it this year in his home town. Lillian Edwards will continue to work in the registrar's office. J. Robert Scott, or "Scotty," will teach at Brownsfield. Among the boys from Tarleton who will go to A. & M. are Fred Cannon, "Bean'' Davis, Jim Ned McWhirter, Glenn Caudle, F. A. Buckley, and Frank Martin, Clarence Miller will teach near Stephenville. . Lonnie Starr is going to teach and "Stomper" will go to Okla- homa A. & M. Octavia and Johnnie Barbee are planning to enter Texas Tech this fall. THE PEPPY POULTRY PEOPLE Say! We have a large poultry class this summer and the girls are in a large ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

WHERE THE STUDENTS AT HOME THE APPRECIATIVE STORE PHONE 24 THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS .FAMOUS FOR IT'S VALUES WHERE THE STUDENTS FEEL AT HOME A. AND M. COLUMN It won't be long now before we start our thousand mile walk. The Girl of His Idle Dreams Could I believe it? Is ifc possi- ble? When you ask a friend to spend the night, you expect him to sleep but to be awalcened by this said friend is amusing. It is like this—as I lay in my bed peacefully sleeping, I was awakened by a voice, low, affectionate, and full of meaning. I was startled, but I let my visitor talk. For your (benefit I shall endeavor to trans- cribe his conversation. "Since I have returned from col- lege, my thoughts have been on you. Every minute of the day I am thinking of you, and at nights I can hardly sleep. I catch myself muttering your name over and ov- er again. I will never forget the might at the lake. The moonlight with its splendor, as it shone down on you, made a beautiful scene that no man could forget...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 August 1926

SI -y; '•v.-x; Higginbotham Brothers & Co M S i e p h e n v i 11 © 9 s Greatest Store99 NEW FALL HATS, COATS AND DRESSES ARE HERE. BE SURE TO SEE THEE BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN TARLETON .i' v The first John de Tarleton of whom we have any record lived In Liverpool, England, A descend- ant, John Tarleton, came to Ameri- ca in the latter part of the eigh teenth century. After their arriv- al in this country the family split Over their belief about religion. Part of the family drifted North and part into Virginia. The late John Tarleton is from the Mary- land-Tarleton branch and a des- cendant of Jeremiah Tarleton, the Protestant. John was born in White Mountains, Vermont, in the year of eighteen hundred and ele- ven. When he was four years of age, his father died. His mother was left to take care of John and his brother, who. was two years hi® senior. She lived only four years after the death of her hus- band. When his mother died, John .went to live with an old maid aunt in Vermont, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1926

\ I 11 On Ye Tarleton VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1926 NUMBER 1 Plowboys Open Saturday at Baylor TO PLAY BAYLOR RESERVES ON HOME GROUND 1 DEAN J. THOMAS DAVIS Dean J, Thomas Davis is our foster daddy. He is the man who is to look after us, be we superb Seniors or straying Freshmen. With his kindly smile and his queer nod of the head he has won all our hearts. He is serious when the occasion requires, and yet ^willing; to laugh with his charges when there is fun in the air. Not on- ly does he laugh at us, but he laughs with us if the joke is on him. He is a man four-square—honest with his friends, his school, and his country. With keen insight into our hearts and minds he treats us "white." A loyal supporter of our school, our town, and pur State, he enters into our activities with a whole-heartedness that is surprising. On few occasions have we missed his beaming face from our ranks at any of our sports. Withal, he is our man, with ua, for 'us, and by us- Long may ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1926

THECROSS DRUGSTORE HARBIN'S DRUG STORE You will find both these places convenient places to trade, when down town, drop in and make yourself at home here. Entered as second-class mail' matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief -W. C. Wilcox Business Manager. Jim Bridges Exchange Editor... Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser. .....Irene Ellis WELCOME Good morning, students! You now have in your hands the first copy of this year's J-Tac. It is a pleasure to give to you the result of our labors, but it is with greater pleasure that we bid you welcome to John Tarleton College. We wish for you the best in everything—a happy, prosperous year full of joy, contentment, and pleasant memor- ies. May you always treasure this year as a step forward in your life. Surely this is to be a wonderful year, for our school and our country. Never before has Tarleton had such prospects. Again we bid you, students both new and oldr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1926

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE., THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE .PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE THE GREEN GLOVED ARTIST If the J-Tac staff allows me I would like the occupy a space in their pub- lication every week. This is intended to-be a free column. What I may talk about is beyond me, but I do know that I want to discuss pertinent topics from a one-sided point of view. Whether the column amounts to any- thing or not rests with you. It may be filled with seriousness, nonsense, ridicule, or humble words, but you shall separate the wheat from the chaff. What are .you here for? Do you know? Did you come here to loaf or work? Did you realize that it took hard-earned money to put you here? Are you determined to make it count? OR Did you come here to diddle daddle around and have a good time? Did you come because a friend did? Did you come with a rather aimless view, or none at all, in mind? IF YOU DID— This isn'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1926

ON YE TARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON Watch Those Plowboys Go S^ VICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN STUDENTS LOAN FUND GREAT AID TO WORTHY STUDENTS (Continued from page 1) , of that dear old place called Tarleton. I am doing well here as I am con- nected with a school, in the capacity of principal, and more than all I am back with my people, all of whom have their health here. I long for the day to come when I can be back in Tarleton and bring with me many of these noble New Mexico students, I wish that if it isn't asking too much of you that you would see that a bulletin of your summer session is mailed to me when they are out as I am planning on attending school some- where this summer and X would like to look over your bulletin to see if I can get the work there which I desire, I am sending my .check to cover my account with the College, according to my-figures and if there is any error in my figures I wish th...

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