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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1932

* CLUBS AND SOCIETY 11 li'lili I ■ Members Of Pi Phi Pi Elect New Officers; Plan Entertainments Annual Mary Arden Breakfast Held At Lodge This Morning Talons Elect Fall Officers Monday At Last Meeting Of Term Approximately one hundred guest* attended the annual Mary Arden'meeting of the year at their home at Breakfast for club member* and for- 160<> W. Oak Street Monday evening mer Mary Ardens, held at the Arden from K until o'clock. The main is- l.odge thin morning at eight o'clock sue of the meeting wax the election Members assembled on the pergola of officers for the ensuing school where fruit juice was served by Vera year. Eldridge Hogan, whose home Simpson, Leta Mae Kirby, Georgia is in Kenton and who will be a senior Bert Moore was elected president of Pi Phi Pi for the fall term at a | meeting of the organization Tuesday j evening. Freddy Campora was elect- ed vice-president, and Johnny ■MBM rlwte<i M Presiding fnMmt |Mt yeer.^oroember* of IhTfac^lty ———• t for the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1932

[ Sideline Shots . US! Swada Swanson SENIOR TEA HELD "Mother's Millions" 4VESTA WINNERS AT MARQUIS HOME Is Picture Offered j ARE ANNOUNCED Si . (■PSPPHMPIPHP ' ' * Weil, it'll the last isaua of tha old, turned in by the local twimmm thi* pap*., and the vieae of another year early ir. the mmm«n, we ahaald say It has hmm a gaod year in many way*, that th«y wiU be "plenty tough" fot particular!) far the Satflla. }, fjayjaag—« ■ h vr dDBfl WfU inrfvt*! to cut* tiMM thampioaahip* out of five pamM* With Jerk KWer at the helmHH (mmm, The footha!M IMMmhs «u the i 1V-V< track teem. we can see nothing but sucraae for tfce team Material foim the freshman temm of lh<« year wilt help Ui liil the vacate.« left by graduation of *e*eral of th* b*at of the Eagle tht* year. Jack wan aiect out for tlMl sham|Mon*hip by th* Abi- ml raptain ai a meeting of lettermei. lene runwfi. Ba kethall we# a *tery Imi Friday iflanKHD. He ha* bee-n of too much football for moat of ib* an Eagle runner for th* la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

> > r The Chatter Box JOHNNY hi Mi Hello t'iculiy, undergrade, and grads; we're all tack in harnea* attain. This column in to be written about the goings-on around the cam- pus at T. C. If you have anything you consider of importance to 3.000 people around here, send it in. VOLUME XVi NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHliRS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1912 NUMBER U The facuHy of the collet:? voted Wed nesday evening to meet the visiting professors, w<io are lecturing for th« special course of Education 380 now being offered here, on Thursday night of each week at 7:00. "Please help me reduce the noise in the halls to a minimum." said Dean Cook Friday. "Students should re- main on the first floor of the Ad- ministration Building until the bell rings for classes. They should obey the 'keep to the right' motto in pass- ing to and from the class rooms, and should go up the center stairway and move down the side stairway. The noise problems is serious, for teachers are obliged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

—- I'uhliolird hy .SludrnU ml Ik# Murtfc l«fM KUI* Track*** < •Itegr. Jirnion, Tnaa i«npu< I N I t . «(mI Claw Mttl Matter at HmiJIk at T*S * ..... -w™. «■ . «*«-■ . ..h v.itiK rfclA* IK I KM Ot.UM.i Al# mm «MtOCUT« Sgfa Between The Covers and Without //// Mr Mel ind II awe h I Vou nmy m wrll uiwkrotan l h*fon tfci* matter of rotumna h guar any further that w* mm not <k>in* Uiia <f' r a nwl tn'hat. W* don't hav« to c«t*r U «Hr public, ami It*- anakf ru*ht* to r .fijur«• «|> "««w and atrihin*" ruiumnuinv t kaap it parilM and ta |Aaent« th* adfitor CMtr no! Tl adlter daaan't haw our mmr 'tough tMKl Itp m tk« company'* «•!«; doling it out U> u only i m i a«i t|n«M* wh'<fr. ha wiahad to b# paniMtd and baUyhomn* all ©t M(r« (Wt didn't any anything atwut w.r *<MtW We are related U him only tnaofar a# h« will K"v> u* a wwkly mrtaphoneal rfuekiit* for a daft Aadrirw Hwanaon riancy known to inner Hrela* at "twlumnary Urdinaaa " & toe** Manairet box UH. 1 fat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

J rJ r J rJ rJ rJirJFJ rJrJrJ?TrJrJ?JrJrJ rJ KrJ rJ rJ rJ rJ rJ rJ rJ rJ ri rJ rJ rJ ri rJ rirTr *fc [V l|M r- r-i r-i rJ r J rJ rJ r J rJ r-i r J rJ El Rl irJrJrJi 8 A 1.95 to 5.95 1 * III < i . i NEW COTTONS Easy to Buy <• Easy to Wear •> Easy to Launder Easy to buy because they are priced so thriftily that even a depression budget won't suf- fer if you have several. Easy to wear because they are the coolest things you can wear, for classroom, spectator sports, afternoons, beach and evening . . . Easy to launder be- cause you need have no fear as to how they will look afterwards . . . These Cottons, Eyelet batistes, summer voiles, linen pique. . will come up smiling after a whole sum- mer of tubbing. $1.95 to $5.95. IN A SUMMER-SALE SPECIAL AT 9H cents each Fashioned of Melba Mesh, pigskin, patent . . . Buy to clean . . . Zippiea . . . pouch and under arm styles . . . White and colors . . They're selling like "Hot Cakes." COMPLETE LINE OF Creams, Lotions, Powders DOROTHY ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

© « 1 § * ■ h ■ * K i ■ K r 9 JB.: HKl § f I IR I t t i I #v # si U 1 I — B B. Harris ^ Biolory ■X*. V4MI' , ... Phyeician 11 Mr. tfegmafi Kay^&yjta Am*.. Biology it the ataff arc agked to check thoir name* and Mm* Margaret Hay Keg. Dem COLLEGE STAFF DIRECTORY ? r. j4 rt my error* to M s Henfc v in my office at v • * Jo«*ie E Aekt r V!| E;«i*t At(MM Mr. G. k. Adkinife.. M * A orta Alford Mm. Corn* W. A lira U* Mary A ;i|er«on Mi*« Ann# Aynw*w rth Mifci Paroiht Km lib Mr. Amon Mm atody* Mt.* Fleet* Mi** Annie Mary levill Dr. 8. A. Bhfkfctirt! Mr. J. E Hloir . Mr. I>i*W Br,yd Miw Annie 0. Bradley Mk iMtie RrwIiMr* Dr. Harold Brvnhf.it/ Mr. C. A. Bridg** Mr, J. N Brown Mr. Robert Caldwell Mr. A. O. Calhoun Mm Virginia «' !l«w«y Mm. Beatrice Carpenter Mr. J. !.. Cwvteo Mm Edith i,. Chirk Mom Nellie Cleveland Minx Thelma Cleveland Misk l*0m Cock r el i Mi*e Elizabeth Cofturn Mr. Mom Campion Mi** Mary Huth Cook Dr. W W ( <*,k !4kn> Donnie Cottcral Mi** Mary Jo Cowling Dr. V ¥...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

I . I ■* . 1 V K n SOCIETY RAMBLE By Swenson Society in general is not as rife on the campus ax it might be thin sum- mer; that ia to date. No doubt soon the usual amount of picnics, parties and club meetings will start occur- ring with the usual regularity. Most of you are just becoming accustomed to the rarified Denton atmosphere. Just as soon as you have been breath- ing our pure air for a week or so you will be unable to live without it. We •sincerely hope that you start having a big time nere this summer in the near future, for we are in desperat< need of some real news. Your column this week, that is, V1"1 society column, is being done by a pinch hitter, and therefore it may not be up to the mark. Please excuse it, because the depression has even caused a dearth of newspaper workers Our regular society snooper is busy earning a few of those big silver dollars. She will be with you next week, and you are bound to get norm kind of society news that you really enjoy. We thank ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1932

Follow Up With Sw.de W hil* m *«• waiting ftwr t« pitfk up * round th * <M urnm, m Mr. Skit« . it km* urnww, «• will h*v« to fill or tfcc wmmmry < olumnar p <-r wills wl iit U k ' *n in common IttrillN'r M hull. flMM hfli IgM !t tU> doing ir. th- way «f racrftltfnn At th. park «)"• pout wtmk, but things will pick up rioti.iaWy ill* l*at part at n*>*t ««*. Mr Myrwel- inform* M th*t He h•« caJWd rn**nn|fn to g«t thing* in a big w jr Mr UmI rapidly appr.whmir u-nnin tnuma mw t. Kvtry y«ar th AuthorituM In NOTICI! mm IMF;' 1 * B First Cliuw Board ami R< om 1 1-2 Block* off T. € at only $20 (Hi PER MONTH 1017 WEST CHESTNUT Limited to 6 Girl#* 1 1-2 Blocks Kurt of fhmormtrttioa School. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT I I J ii ' p ! ATTENTION — Ml PAID THE WKLMWjOMKU PERSON. LET THE LITTLE PRESS SHOP Bervicf Vour Clothe* and Notice thf I)iff<-rt*no« . Owned and Optrilid by PAUL GRIFFITHS 109 AVE. "A" DENTON <harg«i of alht#t <' around tki .iwtjgtt* a biir ttwrnament of th# in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1932

# The Chatter Box JOHNNY KIN!! AMPU Take This Advice ■ • • • Advice to everybody: make h com- plete list of the book* you have out from the tost library immediately.: Watching this list ami checking it weekly will save you tinn* and worry anil make it possible for you to keep the right t,ei :* u* to serial numbers. | Mure than a hundred books are lost' on this campus daily through care lesspee*. VOLUME XVI TH TEXAS STATE TEACtflBRS COLLEGE. DEN I ON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNE IS. 1912 NUMBER 32 Knee-Hi Griffiths Presses 'em • • • Friends of Paul "Knee-hi" Grif filhs will he ha* recently purchased the Renfro Cleaner* at IOC* Ave. "A", which ia now operating under the name. The Lit- tle Press Shop. Griffith* was a mem- ber of the graduating claim of '30. We with him luck in his new busi- Graham Crackers C Collegiate h Stage Varieties LITTLE FORT WtlKTH MISS IS SCHEDULED TO DANCE SEVERAL NUMBERS Professor Graham and twelve crackerfi go collegiate in their piv Mentation tonight, entitled "C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1932

— Exchange* HY WILLIAM ARNOLD - i^- -t b*d by student* of the Nwtfc T<-* ,•- t«t« Teachers College l «. <!« «. T**a* Chat Entered a Second Class Matt Mat- at th# P«*tofftee 0 llenton, Te*a . ftoceather «, itt# KMBKk TK*AS IKiTKRCOlJ.KClATe MUgf ASSOCIATION 11 Kditor fsatu n ttdflir v n PlMp MNHt | CtUvrnM-Wt* Dorothy Heed. 'iuy Mr N'tel. Bill II IU«m, John Hkiles. Johnny K.ng, B"t Moore Aasitow tornmmm Edra Kobinson Itorothy Heed RiioaKTwi'* Percy McDonald, IM& Belle ''arte. Kdlth 9mO , H«l> T««l. Kali.h Adktns, Jim Ashburn, AMrWMt .fefnsgars, Mary Hall, Q L. Bradford. Aim* Williamson. William Arnold Business Manage < ■I™- Bo* 2#, Tvirlwr* College SHetkm Hit! lt*-« i f r. Whitley. m • between ike covers «- 'wj I M ■ iMeN i«f and Howes (n pit*. t the somowhat awkwar#* « d, ;«||e titb for thi« ■ olumn tni nut ehumn until careful consider •tian ha>l been given to other mm! various suggestions. As for its «i>|iM i/ri«u-n *s, we have this mush to say in justificatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1932

r 0 C I E T Y Credit For Offered Travel Trip Across Atlantic Miss Shook Speaks To Freshman Honor Society Wednesday Values of keeping high records In scholarnhip, and past and present activities of the Gammadion* were the chief points in a talk made by Teachers Entertain For Miss Pickren With Navel Parties Mis* Mary Jo Cowling, of the col- lege faculty, will conduct a traveling extension course on the high sea* and in Europe this aunuaar. This course will be an McndiUd one and will | the uponsor of the society, Mis* Baa- carry with it nine hour* credit for „it. shook. at the mating in the Col- all those wishing it. It will be claas. feat Club House on laat Wednesday ed as an elective in requirement* for: evening. a college degree. The class will leave Social Ramble By Dorothy Mood Honoring Mis* Clos l'ickren, .sev- eral members of the elementary de- UtTH KEEP partment of the Demonstration (COOL School entertained with a number of; It's probably too hot these days to social functions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1932

IT'S MKiHTY WARM Tournament To— I thin summer. \« u will -*« il and wrinkle your flntliiw in | ^ kpjtr of all you ctin do. Hut don"! let that worry yoil w ran miikr them fresh mid neat in < imp day- Wf I Phone 21. I hank*. 5if'Wv i"'jHp * 'i With Swds ; ■!. filMSflfSS — \ * ( s I {•# COLLEGE TAILORS NORTHSAff CORNER CAMPUS FOR DEPENDABLE ICE SERVK E CAM- ISO PE0PLP.S' ICE COMPANY •'Save with Ire — It Pays." NB lb mimmi tr m t) j. i f ■ .Nltf WiHilMH till h* iri charge of th«- volley ><ali tournament, which will br III* earwua county: team* Thr *ame« will b* played on I* "li: BIG Urn! enlley ball court* Inflated just RACK HTl'HKH MMtfe eaet of Utr Harries Cfm A more SHUmate* baseball. or play ground listl, J Chief Williama, the big Indian, Who 1j">n by th" w*y " in *h,,r*' of lh# worked i>ut for lilt summer session UjUr,,,Mnt,,l< M..*-ti n with «* Thr *.m_ will be play*. in the form lh" ^ ^ "*|M 8 '«""« «. nr tinder th- directs ™ TJw.r2fly.tlWl things |«f im Mp , an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1932

' li The Chatter Box JOHNNY KING ouch: he\ LAV off: • • • "In spite uf this summer weather, i notice that the students an- sitting up straight in cla«* every day," a teacher nkaarvad Thursday morning. "That's bwauw of these low backed bathing suits,*' replied an- other. Figure that uut. Perhaps this may be attributed to recent personal e*. Insure* to an excess of solar radi- ation. May bit someone will declare an open season on baek-slapper*. 2 VOLUME XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1912 NUMBER 33 COLLEGE STUDENT GOES ON TRIAL TODAY FOR MURDER OF TREVALON PROF-FRIEND ads Booster* GOT TIME TO WINU THE CLOCK? • • • How are you making uut with your temporal budget? Somebody submit- ted a suggested variable routine for the average student this week. Turn to the editorial page and read it. 1 don't think the ping-pong apportion- ment ia adequate, but it ia a good budget anyway. And when you get through, look at some of the other editoriala and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1932

between lli I I an J witnoul ■ v , e covers WITH THE m <rf 111* North tWi. ■ •* . l^Mfc fmm |i churc;hes e - iww*1*M'mmmmmmwmmwmmwmt By i£ «f MOORS J ii^ iwte fi^rter Ticklish Scratches By the Campos Cat ly-McNial and Howa* F-atuw Chat Entered *m $aa*ml Ckas* Mail Mat- P«.toffice at ltonU i Texaa, 8, t l« w« « ■ER TIKJtAS INTKRCOLLEfHATK PRKS* ABMW'IATWX Andrew tfaoaaoa K4n Robmaun Dorothy Hm4 «i lk.r«thy !!.«<!. Guy MrNiet. Riil 8 Maw**. John Kklee. Jidway Km*. Rert Moore Rtnerrsgg Percy M. Ixmaid. Uda Belle t urbo, Edith foote Rd. Ted. Ralph Vfkm. Jim A ftgfftgig Swwurt Jerniieen, Mary Mall, Q. L Bradford, Alma WtMtMMNk William Arnold. Freda V arhrough ft,, niiiiiffiit Mast a## r «•' iM 1 * V&M- SS > e t^aSlW Box Toothers < >>lle*e Matron Bklle* Mifi.4*# vXltk iniKi «ig|j|k jjbggiMgyj! ImMMAl and * h «<kftgr« ?y nhibA'ifihv of th * roiuftifi till# lail IH llfwll from adding anything thereto (Too shoulda't lot thi* out, but McNeil « doing what is 'padding c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1932

s 0 I T Y Gammadians To Have Party Wednesday On Mrs. Griddle's Lawn W. A, A. Ham Firut Meeting of Summer Term Wednesday Pledges Taken In By Mary Ardens; Prexy Installed Social Ramble By Dorthy Mood Announcement of a party for the Officer* for the summer nexsion Carlsbad Cavern Is Toured by Students In Week-End Trip, FORMER STUDENT TO BE NEW JERSEY PRINCIPAL The first rtfulir meeting of tke Uammftdiaii Society, Freshman-Soph- ^h Athletic Association for the j ^ (jut Mary Ardens were imitalled AND IK) THEY COMK omore honor society, to be held on ,,umn,er **,ion h*w Wednesday. by K,,ith L. Clark. spomior, last Mon TO THE LODGE! Mrs. E D ('riddle'* lawn Wednesday JU'W ,6* *** foUowin f offiwr* day evenin* in the U4$t. These of- The Mu,>' An,*',s h"t| *•* l*r*° ware elected: President, Christine were: I'resident, Mary Wilson; attendance the other night at the initi- evening at 8 o clock has been made, (ja|e: vice-president, Martha Raffle; vice-president, Kdith Gross; secretary, ation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1932

Editors of Chat Avesta Fleeted for Summer Quarter WW wM *«-'i a>it$*og of QW ! HP in? w*paf #f, and u* am, em Chen- ult of Houston wa elected editor of be Avesta. c«ll«if. literary <iuarterl> t a reeen> meeting 0# DM Publico on < iiumi) Moth .re U- hold ni- ce for Utf lumair aaarifl||J':; Swi-mwi ha b««f) connected with ufelUations work lor the past lira r*r* having served on both the eal 1«§ new. pa pei end annual m t«(M eapaeitie* II* wa« rrporttr and iMirtlrt to th<- editor of the < ha< in MtiKMt una last year servedT as •of thr n# rt r t c«rr>t. He «)#<> it columnist during t>«' • ♦« y*ar. He wa aasiataat feature editor of the ia.lt Yu<-ca and Mrvwd on Dm 1S 82 V ticca *taff as assistant in thr sport* and tumor daiwrttneaM. He ha* been activa in I'reea Club work and wan a <let«gut«- to the 1981 T. I. I*. A convention at Naeogtfechsm* He ha* twen associated with thr Urania tie fftub and ha> recently resigned a* publicity manager of thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1932

I t t The ■ Chatter Box JOHNNY KING J — AVKSTA CONTttlBlTlONS NEEDED • • • "The Areata staff ia eager to havi an abundance of material submitted for the summer issue. Doubtless, there arc ai this time hundreds of capable students on the campus who have never made a contribution to the quar- terly. If you belong to thin class, we make an appeal to you. The field is wide. You may write a playlet, a poem, a short story, an essay, or a brief familiar feature concerning a humorous incident that ha occurred on the campus or dealing with col- lege studerts off the campus. All material must be in by the second week of the second term. "Everybody got busy," urged Miss Grace t'henault, summer editor of the A vesta. Material for the quarterly may be loft in the Avesta box in the west corridor of the Administration Build- ing, or with Misa ('ravens, sponsor of the magazine, in the English office on the second floor of the same building. VOLUME XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEX...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1932

Published ' Mile Hh h. i p.- 1 M§W h J f tfii llMtttoa, T49KIMI «nd Omi Mail Mtt- Iteataa, Ta«|* | r i belween 4n< covers I i ■pmcoi.LKrilATi: ASSOCIATION !* edit !• , A-adrew liter lama' VI y or fcdra Itebinsur * ; ... f «r«(thy Hood it* Iterothy HimmI, <ia p Mefiiel. BUI 8 >«, Jt.hn Sk ir«. Jobaay King. Hurt Miwrt r McDonald. i«oia Belle furbo. Kdite Raft* Bob Tml. kmlph Adkm*. Jim Asbbora. Stewart Jerniyaj). Mary Halt. Q I- Bradford Alma Williamson. William Arnold, Freda Yarbrongh I THjffiVMmjs.Mw.ia- u .ri.v,11:'!,'1;::::?::1- • Sanaa* i J«„- Hilton • hi,* m>, Teaetors College .Htatkir. WITH THE ! CHURCHES By BERT MOORE iff'?.1;; ' 'S■- y ' ".-i J *######«##«#######*################ Ticklish Scratches By Um < ampus Cat 1 w h i If J out •wan Imp wouldn't e*plain.Travi* apparently u«M$ | '«y Bradford < waving fork, at pWI formal fcntbali bam|usrt>*H y anyone shy a fork ? 1 have two TH i i.ht mm wmmtmm: — /,<•! p*u>r ItgM *<. *As«* Mors men, !k t Ihfg ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1932

r % S 0 c I E T i Y kj\.' Miss Clark Honors Returned Teachers With Bridge Party Miaa VmU Wataon ud Miaa Epale Young, former teachers in the Demon- stration School, were honorees at a bridge party given by Mian Edith L. Clark Saturday evening at her home MisN Wataon, who is now a teacher in the East Stroudaburg, Penri. Teachers College, ha* been visiting Miss Clark for the pant two week«. Mian Young haw been away from the College on a year'* leave of abaence at the Uni- versity of Ohio, and ia now teaching in the Weat Ward School aft critic teacher for the practice teaching. She will resume her duties at the Demon- stration School in September. After ten tables of bridge were play- ed on the lawn, which was decorated with Japanese lanterns, an ice course was served to the following guests; Misses Anna Alford, Dorothy Babb, Anna Bradley, Virginia Calloway, Mary Ruth Cook, Mary Joe Cowling, Nellie Uritfths, Katie Henley, Gladys Kelso, Edth Luecke, Agnes Luecke, Eleanor Raines, Edith Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1932

Lift Savtrn Will Work I'nder Corpx it Swimming Pool I'n-lf Having Ctas* for girls which will mart every Wednesday and Friday niter iw«Mt *t 4 o'clock. The following girl* have atgnd up to work old: Mary K 4MHK&HSpfci MWWk , . Irma Wade. (Ihrntim fill? Olive «frW" r *"81--.'iser, Willi# M. Smith, Thslma il'h ' T I"*'**# Bufaad. titm-f * (^mshh. <;ia^lNNiiiiNfe WKm *r! viu « mi ^t'rueto -VmS h** iatersated in this will meet f the work, testa will b* """* out MlgwaJiy at the pool g*e who have worked oat. **« directum of Fred Sim*, mfcers will direct the Llf. *' * IM**. FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE HOBOES HIT HICKS— *0000000000000 0 0+00,*+000 4*00000000000000**00000000000 - We not unly *«*ll the bent firiiijpil— at the beat prk«n. Hot we «!*<• Deliver. WOODSON A. HA KRIS ( ASH <.R(M ERY 111 Mry Strwt Phone 416 WE HANS Watch in' ya come into our tradin* place at 22'\ Hest Wiekoree and get smiles and Souer Kraut, cherilee order in' foods sent out; so we bade ya come and come again b...

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