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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 March 1927

mmmmmMMmmmmsmmmm J-TAC wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsn VOLUME 7 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 11, 1927. NUMBER 22. SENIOR CARNIVAL TONIGHT COACH WISDOM ENTERTAINS THE BASKETBALL BOYS The basketball boys were delight- fully entertained Monday evening, Feb. 28, at the home of Coach W. J. Wisdom. Games of forty-two furnish- ed the entertainment of the evening. Delicious refreshments were served to the ball boys, and the following guests: John Patton, Max Menzies, E, C. Johnson, and Coach Roy Hud- speth. Following this, all joined in singing a few popular and college tunes. Just before everyone left to go home, all joined in singing "On Ye Tarleton." SOPH MID-TERM GRADUATES The following students are gradu- ates from jyha Sophomore class at mid- term in February: Long, R. J. Anderson, Mae Lowrie, V. Belding, W. J. McDonald, W. Bloss, L. Meharg, Jack Buckmaster, A. Sallee, A. Cherry, I. Sehovajsa, E. L. Couch, J. ' Smith, LeRoy Eubanks, T. N. Smith, T, Hale, B. S. Vaden,T. Holley, V. Williams, W. C. Hook...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 March 1927

ON YE TARLETON- COMETOSEEUS We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON SERVICE DRUG STORE OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS 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 Associate Editor Assistant Editor , Sports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser__ _W. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay Jack Overton —.Rex George Jack Abbott —Irene Ellis for hiking, and that we were going to have our pictures taken. We took many imposing pictures on. around, and about the new bridge, Minnie Dell enjoyed sliding arid roll ing down the hill, while Covey and Bertha Faye perched themselves very bravely on top of a projection of the torn up bridge to have their counten- ances snapped. Probably we wasted too much energy at the bridge, as we were slow in reaching the ten mile mark—that beloved oak tree. ' You didn't ride by us, did you, Miss Fellman? BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager _Jim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 March 1927

STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COHEGE PEOPLE i Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-100DY & HENSAKUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE MEMOIRS OF TABLE No. 4 We have changed tables over at the Dump. No more will we seven sit at the same table. Never again will we hear Sinclair say, "Bozo's playing his dimples again," "Don't be conceited now," wijl never be heard from Hell. Sinclair's, "Aw, quit yer gripin,' .Nell," is only a memory. Bozo will never be heard to shyly say, "All right now, Mary, stay off my sHirie!" Steve will never be heard to won- der, "Did I rniss something?" Nor Sinclair's answer, "Yell louder down there, Steve, we can't hear you 'way down there." No more shall Pauline let slip,: "Bozo, you sure are sweet." And, "What did you say, Pauline, to make Bozo blush?" from Sinclair. The following conversations will never again be heard: Pauline; "Pass the—honey, Steve." Nell: "I like ,syrup best." Steve: , "I like—honey, Pauline, don't you?"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 March 1927

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQTJAEE—PHONE 86 —FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HOLT'S DRUG STORE •PHONE 71—NORTH SIDE SQUARE + . ' - + + JOKES + + + + + + + + 4- + + 4- + + + + + + + + Scottie: "I saw Paul on the bus as I was coming back from town, and I didn't say a word to him, so he slapped me."' Fern: "On the-bus?" Scottie: "No, oh my cheek." AUTO-TYPING ; Wayne Fitzgerald in typing class: "Miss Wickline, come-, here and show me how to throw this thing out of gear." Captaip Wilcox: "There are some in B Company, sir." Bern: , "Yes, I used to be in pol- itics myself. I was dog catcher in my town for two years, but finally lost my job." Mr. Howell: "What was the matter—change of mayors?" Bern: "Nope, I finally caught the dog." .There has been a'discussion of how to spell 'chaperon' by a stu- dent and faculty member. There has been no compromise made by them, so if any one wants an argu- ment on the subject see Miss Ma- han ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1927

£2 For a Greater Tarleton S:'™" A</ i 'i j " ~r VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 18, 1927. NUMBER 23. SPEED OF RUNNER TO BE MEASURED BY ELECTRICITY Ithaca, N. Y.—And mow they are to measure a runner's speed by electricity. Dr. A. V. Hill of the University of London, non-resident lecturer in chemistry at Cornell University, is experimenting on Cornell atu dents. Members of the university track team will co-operate in his experiments. One thing needed in the accurate study of fatigue is the exact record! of the speed of the runner. This, Professor Hill believes he can obtain with the aid of electricity. He has designed an electrical apparatus which requires no effort on the part of the runner except the wearing of a small steel mag- aate on his jersey. The passage of the magnate past the coil caus- es an induced current in the val- vanometer which is recorded on moving photographic paper. Such a method, Dr. Hill declares, will enable him to measure time down to the five-hundredt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1927

-"'I'."'J' ONYETARLETON- COME TO SEE US We Are For You —ON YE TARLETON SERVICE DRUG STORE OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS 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- Associate Editor Assistant Editor.. Sports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser— _W. C, Wilcox —Wayne Kay .Jack Overton -Rex George _Jack Abbott . .Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager _..Jim Bridges -Paul Allen EDITORIAL Duty Duty, in the' newer and most American sense, consists of doing thai which one least desires to do. The most irksome and the hardest tasks which confront us often fall in the line of duty. Though our duty be of the meanest and lowest degree it would behoove one to at- tend it with the utmost care atid precision. The duties that attend us in our college days are necessarily few. But how important these few! Authorities are agreed that nowhere ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1927

/I . STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE t Where People always come Back to Trade QUALITY MERCHANDISE THE RUM RUNNERS' NEST Well,11 guess we are the only house that gets to enjoy the presence of a king. Fellows, you do not know how it makes us feel to get the prize for having the best costume at the Senior Carnival.' "Gabey" is enjoying that title at the present, and we hope he takes it again next year. We think him; a real Spanish King. Foxey -wouldn't go because he was afraid he would take it away from "Gabey." Quincy, our good upper classman, took the mumps Saturday night, and we are hoping he does not have them as bad as he has the S. A. He is get- ting along fine, and we are hoping to enjoy his company'in the next few days. Who scratched Joe? We will not tell, but we hope you never have a fight like this. , We ought to be in a good humor because Tom Winters came into our Nest the past week. He did have the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1927

a- ■■ '■'"'■ V.- >,\ ■■V:-:3: \-¥' "-s :g' irf '■ •1;; ' ' ^V- 1 ■ - ' ' £ . TBE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE—PHONE 36 FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HOLTS DRUG STORE PHONE 71—NORTH SIDE SQUARE SPRING The winter days are gone, but they leave a very lasting impression. The trees, grass, houses, and all things on top of the earth show that something has happened to them in the past few months. There has been a decaying, a wearing away, and a scraping that has left scars that will not soon dis appear. As one arises in the morning to find that the clouds have vanished and the sun peeps over the hill crest to flow its radiant gleam over the valley below, he feels as if there has been a new birth; an awakening that has a great bearing on this old world. As he walks several blocks to school he notices the great change that has taken place among the different plants., The birds are -singing, and it thrills his soul to know th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1927

:, I ^4 } i?i ■ -, 1 ^ '' V'- Baseball ■. / "Volume 7 STEPHENVILLE> TEXAS, MARCH 25, 1927, NUMBER 24. SOME GOOD DOPE FORCADETSFROi CAPT. MULCAHY Following1 is an announcement rela- tive to the inspection by Colonel Mayo on March 29. This will be the final Federal inspection of the year. The orders and regulations follow: 1. Tuesday, March 29, 1927, Lieu- tenant Colonel C. R.' Mayo, Cavalry Corps Brea R. O. T. C. officer, will conduct the annual Federal inspection, of the Cadet Corps at this institution. The day preceding- his inspection of our upit he will inspect N. T. A. C. (Grubbs). That he will make at least a mental comparison of the units is a foregone conclusion. This is straight dope; get to going. LET'S LAND- SLIDE GRUBBS.. — , X- 2. The following suggestions are made for your information; carry them out. If you can think of any- thing else in the naturfe of good dope, bueno; put it into effect and let the rest of us know about it. 3. Uniform for the' 29th will be full d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1927

K II I S'y; .f ,;i' 'W / • . ON YE TARLETON COME TO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE • .... —ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered as second-class mail matter ,at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor in Chief.,.,.. Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Sports Editor, editorial staff Exchange Editor - Faculty Adviser.... _.W. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay -Jack Overton -Rex George Jack Abbott Irene Ellis Business Manager. BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager ..Jim Bridges Paul Allen COMING EVENTS ^ . i . . t | Through the ages it has been said that, "Coming events cast their shadows before." Nebuchadneezer had this premonition when he saw the hand writing on the wall,'and we are of the opinion that Ceaser heard Buntus sharpening his sword, likewise Napoleon felt that Wat- erloo was the last time around: for him. We are not phophets, nor sages, but for those, who read editorials we can give you a sure ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1927

vf m it: STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLIJ3GE. PEOPLE Where People always come Baqk to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY&HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE \ r* ; THE WHITE HOUSE After a few silent weeks we will again come on the air and ■*; 1 broadcast a few events of the White House. In case some of ' ' you have been disappointed "at, our * non-appearance, I will apologize i "by stating that the "White House . Loafers" have been too busy with their calculus, English and other problems qf like nature to submit a column to the J-Tac. 1 We had an addition to our large and! happy family a short while ' , ago. "Pedro" Burks is now grac- ^ ing our table with, his handsome I$.tin face. We have discovered f- i only one weakness in Pedro's ehar- r acter since he came into our midst and that is his inability to resist the ladies. He would be an ideal ; scholar if they would only* let him i alone. - Stomper, the "mighty mogul," ■ 1 • (apologies to Mr. Ferguson) re- , tur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1927

n >- i N 11 , •ofW ■' H- ■ . ■■'U v," s ■): *•«■.* ■ - ■ :'v Wi • < .. •: -, •] til: THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE—PHONE 36 -FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HOLT'S DRUG STORE PHONE 71—NORTH SIDE SQUARE V4;'i %'r-: ''' """v ■ r-:-' l: Wf 'X: ■' .1 ; 1 V 1 :,f v • . • ..V ' i-' .4 < . i i ■ THIS fellow missed out on a heavy date tonight by the close margin of one phone-call. But don't waste, pity on him. He has his jimmy- pipe and a tidy red tin of Prince Albert . , . grand little pals in time of stress.' - When that cool, comforting smoke comes •r A',--' >■' curling up the pipe-stem, troubles evanesce with every puff. For P. A. is The National Joy Smoke in fact as well as phrase. Cool as a money-lender. Sweet as a check frotn home. Fragrant as a pine-grove on a damp morning. 1 You'll like Prince Albert better than any other tobacco you ever packed into a pipe. You'll like the friendly way it treats your tong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1927

VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 1, 1927. NUMBER 25. TARLETON i ■—Tonight at the new dining hall all Taileton stucleiftg to attend the fiist big clariee siiiee the rule against ddticing"lias"beeii' * ches|gg-Sje&%^a^ tho ^.UBi!e,.;fo^he^3a^i9e. which will"ta,?t until the bugle is soun^%K:fpjjt^reakfast^^ the^fbilow- ing morning.;'A'"'. A /great treat is in store, in the form of a few ^hlMtiqlx dCppes in" the Blaplc.;^ the' artist, MrB/ Ghainberiin. ? This lady is in- deed talented, in this art; as- she hab in iit|iia;;line of. wjspk^'fori some,;|inie,:iiOTyis i-gcogpked as one of-the best in the fancy new ;sfete&is?V have been £oi fctuiateenough to per- suade oui fx lend G. O.Ferguson to direct: the ~oi.chcstx.a- as ; he is • well veiled in all the latest rgopif- lar hifb, Jle has also IconsBSited: to give a few sole Jdzs pieeeg, : . ;; - Delfeious- punch wit be furnish- ed to all guebts No orifi;Tv|ll be; allowed on the floor who cannot do the latest Bhick liQtlorn stegs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1927

Q3ST YE TAULETON SERVICE DRUG STORE OUR STORE IS .] FOR NEW STUDIONTS / t ti h P ■a <4W •-S a J M & :••■ M ■ .a 02 . vjl- :■ % H .:■ Xft-y . >' ■ - ■ s: •,® <- « C5 W g H I ®.S.Sgi "p p/P g 1,3 •S3 a -1 '1? i.i, 2T' ha .r-j ,^4.-." v. , -J • . ru -So - r/J. ■ *- i *-CL CQ- .04::SL>„ - B•.'*2 ~ 10 4'-Sir■ j ^'*| -§"■;§ «. ,p. -g. £1 .'a?\9j ^•••S-iS " ui,. SOS 3..3 . "3 5J O- 's£&'g ..'^ &-M-2£,i9 Pf'<H - -.qi^ ■ "S:±j ■■■^' m. Q rS- £ ^g; ;-Q 4-? -65: O •V# £ V4 . ♦> • ,. • v -.: 03. 4J 0) 51 -f -gST .':■ ^ ®-' >«• ... . • .£2 S3 ■P'-S-S. :■-■ .'.Si S ^ :T3* O -J-J «3- BJ. W1 *-QJ rt-ffin (N "M 3KHj.<U casta >& < v *} + rfSS ' ^ S' s ?M Q) CO ^ « g .S-ct Ri ^ R 2 w 14H I 2 2 ^ <y © ,rS^^ 63 " O $ 0/)'^ £i r§ •|q g ^ ■-■•• : CU-7r^) nr* . .CU-- *Z ^ o {> e if'-.., r/H S Q r-J O aj :*X : 'J ; - . .'" i . #•■ :.;'--pf_>J3--?«r-§ — -®vp W >J 45 *^3 V^>' fA'.'-tA -'■'cs- ,'w .'"b W 03'0)'' d>" ■ « 4^ -|. •■ £ ^4->... 1. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1927

:+r. STliEroS SCWGE IE WNDLySTORE Doii't trade with us, go to town or phone;2,222, 67.: V. Wheke :your: ihoney goes the least ■'.-i '■ ^ '•*? CM)EfCORP&lS REORGANIZED BY & ii2.o TARLETON, COLLEGE, April 1.- , -Captain" ?Muicahy has " ' reorganised the Cadet; Corps with a view toward pleasure rather than efficiency. In the •••: pf^;-'^fe^G&£t$fa'-liaB triedtto. put ef- ficie^e'y at laat he^lias ;deeided that-play eanie ' be (figs ,^ori^ ' Sergeant: Gray probably hadv^greajfe deaK;tQ: do with the ,Cap^ taints; change of attitude, for ;it is a well^lgjowh/fact that the; Serg^aiit' ob- , jecii^to vigprpus and p^ppy drill' Anyway./changep have 'been; made, an4>the ; Gap.tain Jhaa prgijared fpr." the. cadite thl'iollowing list of regulations to ^. jnt^ ;effec,t immediately r i&;.^e^o^9^fv^g<e^io]Qis 'are madgr for your /inf privation; carry thena; ;Q t,; jf .you can .think' of-any- thing else in. the nature of good dope, bHepi);«pjit it-into effect, and let/the res t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1927

HOLT 'S DRUG STORE ..The Jesse' James is;that he used a gun. v~ ■ ri. 'P <*i H 5 iwit: S A :<-Q .O U O -K. .. ost: :,?«-• s.Bv ''P* Mr I" ,£t" I CD :' W )-'HTO. a - .o - £ § O *=" ft .M-.M M-M r^ rM ,M.,M ■9-^3-SS = S S o 3 o= y." «aQ-1 -5i 9- s> 3 y ST JJ (S" S-^ >S--S u- :a dags ts. 3. m ot as a. "f't « i §> swyc,'--,-; jn- J3 jsi" ■& a • •.-.§•« "d-- di "S- ..:'B) «*iia QJ ^ 02 .'(l)- 'rt US- "-© ^ ^ c;-: «:ji i'i'1„ •< -a •«> cn a t-' " • — .s § ,s .. •"" /-e{ ^ O • ' • -•'■*"- • •" : E ^BViFrs- & •Sf.s-'-®'' IkfeS#?*' & fe - -S3 JS 3 >I-Ip -w." -i«' -o M Ctty'.w-Sf-rf : H=> .2 « ' cj ' 'I :§kfc : v t o' ^ ' o •«) «•• .-v.;' ;*a r-:,-- ;v. .. o ~ 54) ^j03"S ^ ",Sj" ~§'S ,'rb-.4>' fl);, ^i. h"j? ' i C> "0) - I - &8J£ M: t:fe# •3 £ ifl ' lQ,-y . 7?' :' : Q- i Tfr. • -M-i a ;cs •2;•-, <s o M 3 M .&.S 2 *> ' g-'e-; *';■•**'■■ •■" ii'• - .fe g - fe- .kr-M 'S.- - i--®.p-• v- ?5-i" 2|;ll ;^r igt' 9i oj'iS-.a- sa -•i.-4S-S.'^-3&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1927

I '■! ■ I ' * i,,- ■: '"v r ■: . < t, t, N" r E 'S N R „E t r The E nS N„ R G E 1 IT 1 u „ N I E G E E S J-TAC 1 Li -, N n I E G E E S ! / - 1 - > VOLUME 7 1. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1927. NUMBER 26, Is Very THE ORIGINOF JOHN TARLETON ENGINEERS'™ The writer has not been in Tarle ton from the beginning of the Engi neers' Club here, but I have been here to witness its growth and a renewed manifestation of interest since the fall of 1923, Before this time, from all I have been able to collect, there were three organizations sponsored by Mr, Funkhouser and the Manual Arts de- partment, Captain Hay W. Harris the P. M. S. & T. took an active part in the clubs as did Mr, Peavey, and Mr. Dawson, . The absence of Mr;; Funkhouspr has been felt very much and were he here more could be found out about the early history of the club* ■ Mr, Funkhouser is due all credit for founding the club and he had done much for its betterment up to his death. The club has been carried on in abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1927

OH YE TARLETON COME TO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE — r-——- ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor in, Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Sports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser-., EDITORIAL STAFF ...W. C. Wilcox —.Wayne Kay- Jack Overton Rex George —.Jack Abbott __,..Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager Paul Allen ENGINEER'S EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... - . Russell Shafer Associate Editor - A. D. Fettit Associate Editor ' Mortqn JBrooks Sports Editor - A. E. Kotzebue Exchange Editor - "Russell Brooks Faculty Advisers - - Mr. Doremus, Mr. Gardner Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF Grady Nance Associate Business Manager .". Bragg'Stockton ENGINEERS OR IGNORAMUSES Technicality is very well in its; place but it grows exceedingly bore- so m£ at. times. ■ ) Enginee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1927

TTTTr71 w imwiiiuu. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SEBVINP THE COLLEGE PEOBLEl jWhere People Always Gome Back,to Trade QUALITY MERCHANDISE CIVIL WAR DOPE Staff Note: Although we don't see the point in this that follows, we are only too glad to print it because it may help'someone out of a hole. The article was dropped in the J-Tac box, and we imagine it was intended to be published. r Outcome of the Civil War \ When once the country was involved in war debate; became second to the wielding of weapons. The extent of the war power of the government was a question warmly discussed in con- gress' and outside. > When the war be- gan, riot one-tenth of the people of the country would have favored im- mediate and unconditional abolition, but in three years 'struggle sentiment ripened rapidly- Congress was thruout much in advance of the people. While the President held in check the legis- lature, he also counseled and led the country .which in the school of events was learning that he was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1927

'■■■ V' 3, A. P.'s ENTERTAIN ALL TARLETON GIRL The J, A.-P, Club entertained with a gaaint party at 10:30 o'clock last Saturday evening in honor of one of its members, Hiss Betty Burleson, all Tarleton girl. The lub room was attractively deco- rated to carry out the effect of Japa- nese ideas. Pillows of Japanese blue and' red covered the floor, making ,a delightful contrast with the colorful J. A. P. costumes worn. The J. A. P. Club presented Miss Burleson a beau- tiful basket of pink and white sweet peas as a token of their love for her. A carefully planned course was ser- ved to the ten members and- faculty adviser. Those present were' Betty Burleson, Joy Brannon, Beatrice Backer, Bobby Bobbins, Wilma Curry, Earline Winfield, Bonnie Touchstone, Thelma Clark, Merle Blackstoek, Mae Cautrell, and Miss McDonald. DR. A.O. CRAGWALL Office Phone 213 and 8 Besidence Phone 299 OREN H. ELLIS General Insurance Phone 879 Office Over Latham's Dr. J, S. Nutt DENTIST X-Kay Pictures of ,all Kind...

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