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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

Thursday Morning. January 14, 1916 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREE—SECTION TWO CTATON ON AM ANNUAL ACCOUNT THE STATU OK TKXAS: To the Sheriff or any Constable ot lied River County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to cause the following notice to be pub- lished in a newspaper of general cir- culation which linn beeu continuous- ly and regularly published for a period of not lew* than one year, I pretending the date of the notice in the Couty of lted River, State of Texas, and you shall cause said no- tice to be printed at least once each week for a period of twenty days ex- clusive of the first day of publica- tion beforo the return day hereof: Notice THIS STATE OP TEXAS, To all persons- interested iu the Estate of Sain H. Cunningham, de- ceased, Know ye: that Nat K. Peek as Administrator of said estate of said deceased has filed In the County Court of Red River County, Texas, his final account and application to be discharged as said administrator, which will be heard by ou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

! t Thursday Morning, January 14, i92j THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOI FOUR—SBCTION TWO The Bargain Event That You've Been Waiting For! Extra Special for Friday 9 a.m. Opening Day of Sale GINGHAMS 5 Cents Yard Limit 10 Yards to a Customer The BARGAIN SPOT of CLARKSVILLE WHERE THRIFTY PEOPLE TRADE EXTRA SPECIAL For Friday and Saturday $1.00 Ladies Comfy Felt House Slippers c g Ceil is OO Pair ■IIZKS 3 TO 8 January Clearance Sale A GENUINE SALE! A MIGHTY BARGAIN EVENT! A CLEAN UP SALE OF ALL SEAS- ONABLE WANTED MERCHANDISE—THE BARGAINS ARE HERE FOR YOU' AND IT'S UP TO YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE WONDERFUL SAVINGS. Sale Starts Friday January 15, 9 a. m. SAVE 28 cent Heavy Outing FLANNELS Dark and Light Colors 15c Yard rour wants in this Big le and Save Many DOLLLARS 32-inch Dress GINGHAMS Extra Flue Quality 19c Yard 95.40 Wool nap PLAID BLANKETS 06x80 size $3.49 20 cent Bleached DOMESTIC .Extra Soft Finish, yard wide 10c Yard Big Sweater Bargain. 1 Big lot of SWEATERS to elose out....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

«r r ^mwnji im WANTED—15 GO-GETTERS, LADIES OR GENTLEMEN; AN HOUR A DAY WILL PAY $22.50 OR A NICE, NEW CHEVROLET. Wlxwv (Eminty 3Reumu VOLI'MK V. CLAKKKVILLK, TKXAS, THt'ItSD.W SltiliMNIi, JAN'I'AltY ill, IfKMi Nt'MliER 06 Seed and Soil Meet Thursday PROMINENT KAKMKIIS AM) MER- CHANTS l>IS<TKS SOIL AM) SEED PROBLEMS Large delegations of farmers, mer- chants, bankers and Interested citi- zens from the five counties border- ing; this county and comprising Bowie, Hi^it, Delta, Fannin, La- mar and Red River counties, began arriving in Clarjisville Wednesday uight and continued pouring in in a steady streum until Thursday noon, to attend the district soil aud seed improvement meeting which conven- ed in Helen's Playhouse at ten 0 clock Thursday morning. The meeting was presided over by R. L McMillan. vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce and the wel- come address was delivered by Rev. Rupert Nanney. Colonel R. D. Bowen, of Paris, de- livered the opening address consist- ing of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

FAOB TWO rvai THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thuwl&y Moratng. January si. ]P2« The Tiger's Cage Conducted bjr the Btadnt Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors— Addie Soward, Clovis Graves, Jr. • Cecil Owen, Otis Hocker, Jr. Doris Cbambie* Ye Dambell Ed. Paul Steinlein. Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry Kd. t>e Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty CIjAHM PROPHECY By Martha Lou Robbins Each year so soon comes to an end As one by one we see them pass, 80 now Just lend your ears, my friends, To this, the tale of our Senior Class Yes, ten short years, it now has been Since leaving the hallB of C. H. S we were told That we might fame and fortune win In the big wide world so cruel and cold. I The Senior Class then made a pact That they would all together stand And each for the good of all would act -1 And try to lend a helping hand. They chose a place appropriate, And built their homes and work shops too And certain we are that it'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

Thursday Morning. January 11, 1936 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THRU :y'"*"h> ft Shop by Mail or Phone If you filiil you can't come t a (own to |mtso:i- ally sitlcc< tli things you Want, your rwpit'NtN will be filled as efficiently ah if you come for it yourself. O. L. Doak >u—, — Hi . Our Twice-a-Year Store Wide Rednction Sale Begins FRIDAY; JANUARY 22 Offering the biggest savings of the season! A glance at this ad will reveal the scores of bargains that await you, and there are hundreds more not listed for lack of space. Nothing Held Back During This Sale Kvcrytlilnic i n the house has been reduced. If you have never Imught here be- fore, come now. All merchandise bought here N of the beat qual- ity— you bny at our risk. O. L. Doak NEWEST STYLES BEST QUALITY MER- CHANDISE AT IHIII1 i«niiiiiiiMi>flimimlTiiuihu iHn CLARKSVILLE TEXAS $10,000 Stock of DRESS Fabrics at Slaughtered Prices! Our entire choice stocks of Ladies' and Misses' Charming Woolen Frocks and Smart W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

<1 If" . ( ifc' ; s yAOBMX •CD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Pvblitheri Entered as Second Clots Matter March, 3. 1879. B. Dudley Look and Frank While Editors and publishers "■ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Review is authorized to an- nounce the candidacy of the follow- taf persons for the office designated, subject to the action of the voters is the Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24. 1926. * . for District Judge R. J. WILLIAMS CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NOTES far Representative: T. A. DeBERKY JPor County Attorney E. B. CHAMBERS. (Re-Election) for County Judge. M. L. (Mack) WREN For County Superintendent: W. S. STOREY C. T. TUCKER, JR. (Re-Election) F*r Sheriff: JOHN H. DOOLEY CHAS. O. GLENN ENOS ELDER For County Clerk: W. T. MAULDIN, (Re-election) For Tax Collector: R. L. MEDFORD JOHN P. AUBREY For Commissioner Frect. 1 and 2. A. A. THOMAS For Commissioner (Free. 5 and 0).. LEE BAILEY (Re-Election) For Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 1 J. A. GOO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

Th •'•day Morning, January 31, i 2g THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE SEVRN *9 NEW SPRING COATS Sport Models Predominate Both tailored and dressy styles In dusty rose tones, blue, lavender, fern green, beige and grey. High Colored Felt Hats Of the "Gigolo" type— Hats of faille and other silk fabrics combined with straw. THE STYLE SHOP "a little bit of tomorrow in our styles of today" iniiiiiniinn i n■■■■ ■■ i ■ rrfS rnmmrri ■ mi i i i ■ i 11 m n in'ny n| | !na Clariss vnM® Sodiefty i * M. W. M. V. Society. The ladies of the Methodist Wo- men's Missionary Society met on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in lit- erary and social meeting at the home of Mrs. J. T. Tucker with Mesdaines Tucker, Tom Miller, E. M. Smith, Den Hancock, and Hudson Edwards as hostesses. The meeting was opened with a song "Jesus Shall Keign". The Bible Lesson was led by Mrs. Clar- A ence Hocker, which was followed by a prayer by Mrs. M. M. White. The lesson, "The Lordship of Jesus Christ" was given by Mesdames Ross ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

W; l FAOB BIGHT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, January 21, 1028 of Northeas t T e x a s Son Shoots Father; Claims Self Defense L O. LKE, SAW MILL FOREMAN, DIES ALMOST INSTANTLY FROM WOUNDS Lonnview.—Louis G. Lee, 68, died almost instantly after ^einK shot i three times with a ,32-ealiber revo' OAKLAND TAXES AND LIGHT RATES REDUCED Yer Saturday, at a saw mill belonp-j Garland.—-At the rlegular meeting of the city council last week, It was voted to lower the city tax rate 40 cents on the hundred dollar valu- ation and to lower the light rates teu per cent. This reduction was brought about through the mun- icipal ownership and expert manage- ment of the lighting and water plants and has resulted in the city of tag to his son, Taylor W. Lee, 30. The elder Lee was foreman of tlie i mill. 1 Following ithe shooting, Taylor j Lee went to his home in Gladewa -• and related the killing to his wife and mother. He was taken into c i •- tody by Sheriff Martin Hays but waived exami...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

ri.uisday Morning, January 21, 1920 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB NINB O-KD HTI DKNTH CO. Ol'KHATK WITH MATRON Austin, Texas, Jan. 11. — "I uld ask for no better cooperation ora the students, house-mothers d everyone concerned than I have ceivcd during the past three onths," said Miss Huby Terrell, iean of women at the University of exas, In commenting upon the dose of her first three months ork in that office. "Most of my time has been spent v in KottiiiK acquainted with the girls Individually, the organization and pfche various campus problems," Miss Jerrell said. "Few changes have ^?||eeii made, and those were changes gP!Whlch had been under consideration jiy the various University commit- t®es for some time. Some problems ffl>. of particular importance are being Worked out, but they require carefuj, ftturiy and their solution is not an m easy matter." Mrs. Florence Bell, assistant, dean I'' of women, has been giving special attention to iwobleins relative to the aociul act...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

—\ FAWTBT •TBOBPKBITY FOLLOWS' THE DAIRY COW" THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, January 21, 192* The beat part of this slogan is it's true. You only have to travel through the leading dairy sections of the country to find what the dairy cow has meant to these farmers and their families. In the first place, in practically every instance, you find painted homes and building, fertile noils, profitable crops, fields nicely laid off and fenced, farm equipment fur i ubove the average and a general air. about the place that denotes that the farm is paying and that business ( U good. Also, there Is something about tlu-| farmstead and In the home that I catches your attention at once. You usually find running water, a light- ing plant, good furniture, a modern kitchen, and such luxuries as pianos, pictures, books, etc., that help to make life worth living. Best of all, the boys and girls are being educated and they are not even thinking of stopping until they finish. There are a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

nursday Morning. January 21, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOJE BLWBN CONTROLUNG CUT ANTS By R. K. Kcppert, KntoiiiologiNt, (Extension Hervtro h S. The grent number of letters reach- ing our office thin fall, asking for ethods of controlling" cut' ants, %iakits it evident that these Insects lire unusually numerous this season, •nd this article is published to meet * popular demand. Cut ants build towns, evident be- i';;| xauso of the extensive mounds of W fcWrth, often thirty feet in diameter V*nd several feet high. The dirt com- posing these mounds is taken from various cavities in the earth under- lying to a depth sometimes as much I; as twenty or thirty feet. The ln- f^jflividual cavities are about as large *8 a person's head and connect with «ach other by open passage ways. The ants' damage, as all know, jonsists in their cutting off the leaves of various plants, which they "Scarry into these subterranean cav- ities. They often defoliate an en- tire orchard or one town will ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 January 1926

PAGE TWELVE rva THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thurertay Morning, January 21, :' ! ' > r ■ ; ' V pSprtg| Hitter r:\xf*1* B t I: ! The Advantage Of being able to bay your every need for the Spring Plowing Season at our Store will show up decidedly at the end of the year. Fall stocks in every department make possible concentrated purchases for you. Concentrated purchases, for economy that's worth consider* year in and year oat, effect a basis lng. \ Plow Harness, Clevises, Single* trees, Plow Shares, Plows, Burster*, Bedders—All Of it, will be found at this store of complete Hardware Ser- vice. Dtff tytarabfetyardware Wi - ciA*#swur reus -/#«- Shop Awhile ■ With Peggy (Continued from page 7) prettier; it seems spring is Burely here. Thoughts of it make you long for spring togs. Winter coats are be- ginning to feel somewhat heavy and bundlesome, and to look quite chic .'and up to date, one slmly has to have a new spring coat. At the Style Shop I found some "perfect dreams". Of course y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

U i« uy o t«ii ® • m • IF YOU HAVE ANY AMBITIOUS BLOOD IN YOUR VEINS, JOIN THE SALESMANSHIP CLUB AND WIN A CHEVROLET P ?i J, I K,'! i i i i WiixtBt Cnuntu Smfeiu VOLUME V. CLARKHVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MOKMMi, JANUARY 88, H 2« NUMBER 07 Assignment of Criminal Docket l "ItlMJNAL CASES SET FOR FEB SPECIAL VKNIHF/i ORDERED FOUR MURDER CASES The criminal docket for the third term of the 102ud district court which is now iu session, has been unsigned by District Judge R. J. Wil- liams and contains four murder cases with Rpecial venires ordered. The entire month of February will be de- voted to the trial of criminal cases mid 48 cases have beeu set for trial. Hugh McDanlel, who was indicted by the grand jury in its recent ses- sion for the murder of Mr*. V. W. Prescott at her apple and feed store on the market square on the after- noon o£ January G. will be tried on February 24 and will be defended by Attorneys Louis B. Heed and Frank Kdwards. Jack Doraty, who was indicted for ilie murder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

*. & 1p - VA01TVO mammmmm • ■■■■■ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Tbonday Morulas. January l«, im >lk<s>p AwMI® Wiftlk Fsfgj ■Bv MARY HESTON H«1k Pal*r t*emr: Ui n«B-brtakftbl« lialag I 2 c kMh Th.j §jrsL?. f*.th:-oa'§ i'na < ?!} bofcblia* or+r with K/ «s?.*r it will k<*j your Igaefe j:p!s* ?*Tcr«l color* art soujk to 0;.*1 man? *bja«« to writ* aboat r*r*a iot, atd it .Ji* nas.tr. Icy wx l j^ray. bird. Be 4 d* Rcm. Sa j- I'rt t*4 *mct a world of f« ft Wtat roald be sw«r than ika'.' Tm. Chartrt-i? as<l Karr-blae. and tl< f**** w*ek ,'t*r * ooraO*r of tfc«n is ^sajt-^ .jj* ^au art lovely is th«« itaiej! It Haur lb* w«ktb*r ls**s prttty j ro« t «M likt to hart oo*. and tSity ukt* your bria'.h to ta'-er tfc« titft? Tfcto tb* fin* ortvy day j «rt flollt io*xptu*lr* too. A Utrnal t!?it gjjop arsd tfej rainbow ar- ♦ b*** h*4 to trtr u4 «*r *> .ar b toas*'.fc:B« that mry mtnter r4J. of tas;j acd lEi conf:^at ,-„tT loajf. Tht otb r bigM wt ha'J a. if tht faoiily ca&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

Thursday Morning, January 28, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE TURKS fc 1 • I I fts j mi i |.<I7 I I I I I j .r o I .(Ml | |inl-. ! I I !'•' j ■ i I i <1.7.-, j !.! .> : ! i OOl, ) KVS i ION'S i ■:s P * I $5.0(1 j 7.fin I $ s. ^ r. j r or ed *"7iiiiiiiiiimiitinitimittmiiiiinRiiimiiuiutwniHii)niitwiiiniuiit)iinimiiuiumtiinnnnim)iirimimnim(iiiitiii!iiiii'un((ifiuiiiuiMMiiitnii Who Delays My Entry Blank The Review ''Salesmanship Club" Campaign" Date To Salon Manager, The Iteview. Please enter aa a member in "The Salesmanship Club" Campaign: NAME Phone This blank counts 2,000 Bonus Crodits. Only otie nomi- nation will bo credited to a Member. If so requested the nom- inator's name will not be divulged. You may nominate your- self or some friend, if you wish, by simply filling out the blank and sending same to the Sales Manager. ONLY TEN MORE DAYS First Subscription Coupon Good For 10,000 Extra Credits Accompanied by the nomination blank and your first sub- scription, this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

IF , " m mm - '• l;K t ■v h t 1- A" U t vAoe eix m THE RED RIVER GOUNTV REVIEW Thursday Morning. Jannary ««. 192S tBD BSVBB COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Ine Pvbliahirt Bnttrtd a* Second CI cut Matter Marek, 8. 187ft Dudley Look and Frank White Editors and publishers "NICK" ATHA8 Never does a day pasB that we are sot awakened to the fact that there is something unusual, remarkable happening always—right under our eyes. It might be the discovery that we live over a rich mineral deposit or it might be that we are million- aires, but today it is that our little community—our Clarksville—is the home of the first former DeMolay to serve as master of a Masonic lodge and also- the home of the country's youngest Worshipful Master of th«* fame fraternal organisation. In a manner befitting one of his caliber, Nick Athas opened and read a telegram last week from the Grand council of the order of DeMolay and modestly accepted the congratula tions of the bead of the order on be tag the first...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

Thursday Morning, January 28, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREB • It Every train brings something lovely to this shop. Today it is dozens of beau- tiful hats—dear little close fitting Straws, Silks and Felts in Rose, Char- treuse, Blue, all shades of Green, Pearl and Pink. These are so chic—and be- coming—giving the wearer that youth- ful, smart appearance so wanted to- day. Come in and make your selec- tion. The coats you find here are so good looking—well tailored and of the very newest styles. The prices so reason- able you can't resist them. Just one peep in our new embroidery department is enough to convince you that you must begin to make pretty things at once Have you paid your library dues? Th@ Sftyl® Sh®p "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" ! lira Claris will® Sod " ■■■ M U111BM1 |l itrrj I i • • (J KT-TOO ETHER PARTY Last Thursday evening Highland Hall, the Country Club estate of A. M. Graves, was to nave been the Mcene of another happy gathering, b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

PAOa BIZ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, January 91, lift / ■PBOVD UNflFOKM DrnEUUTKNIAL SundaySchool ' Lesson' (By REV. P. H. F1TZWATER. D.D., Dun of the Evening School, Moody Biblt la- st itUU of Chicago.) (<£>. 1 2S, Western N.w.p.per Union.) Lesson for January 31 JESUS FEE08 FIVE THOU8AND ' MEN LRS80N TEXT—John 6:1-14; 32-S7. GOUD12N TEXT—Jesus «uld unto them, I am thw bread of life: he that I cometh to Me shall never hunger, and I he that belleveth on Me shall never thirst.— John 6:S5. I ntlMARV TOPIC—Jeaua Feeda Many , Hunary People. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jesua Is Helped by a Boy. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Jesus Feeds a Hungry Crowd. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADUL.T TOP- IC—Why People Follow Jesua. Little Interest Is place of paper, being careful to num- ber each and every answer as they _ _ . are shown In the list above. Shown In Answers j °b th° sa®e date ™ prl°tef "v- eral replies to questions of similar 'nature by business men of Clarks- VERY FEW PEOPLK SEEM TO vuj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

e e Thursday Morning, January 21, 1920 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • I I A I • > • I * PAOI 8BVK1N Live News of North Truck Growers Met Friday at Rosalie JIl'CH INTEREST SHOWN 11V I .\K- MKKN. mo ACHKH I'LKlMiF.I) BY THOSE PRESENT e a s t T e x a s nogata, Texus. — Approximately one hundred farmers and merchants of this section of thu country gather- ed at Rosalie last Friday at a meet- ing of the Truck Growers Associn- lion when a permanent organization was perfected and one hundred and fifty acres pledged by farmers of this section for cultivation of potatoes and watermelons for the 1296 mar- kets. Much interest was manifest among I liose present and members were re- quested to see every farmer in this .section of the county in an effort to J increase the pledged acreage. Coun- ty agent has pledged himself to this] w ork for the coming week and it is j thought that the acreage will be ra's- ed to five hundred in other parts of i tlie county. j Elks Initiate ; In Greenville! IlI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

IHTOgijf PAOB BIGHT ?<ai THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, January 28, 192c OLD DOC BIRD ^ Hello Follcr! I'm Old Doc BirJ of tKe rveV cartoon, /erier, especially drcrato for tKir i\e^rpaper by RincK of tKe Deryer Run; AmericcLT Joremart Cartoordrh I am <^oiivJ) to Kavtf /x>metKii\(J mighty' ii\tere.rtii\£ to say each. \Veek. WATCH FOR. IT. Ote Tttarabfe&Janiware Wl • cuuntswur rexes -*493* The Tiger's Cage Conducted by ttie Student Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors— Addle Soward, Clovis Graves, Jr. Cecil Ownn, Otis Hocker, Jr. Doris Chanibles Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke nnd Poetry fcd. i^e Boy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty ! set more catalogs. They already jhave such a wide range for selec- ition that they cannot make up I their mindB. The high senior class met Monday |afternoon to discuss (lie production of a play. A committee was ap- pointed to send for three plays ffom ' which one will be selected t...

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