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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

WW •r WEDtfESpAY, 10, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR A PAGE THREE NOTICE—SHERIFF'S SALE Rfft ■ • ' , V"'; -— The State of Texas, County of Wood 'By virtue of an order of sale, is- Blued out of the Honorable District Court of Wood County, Texas, on the out of the William Page survey in Wood County, Texas, about one mile j East from Mineola, and BEGINNING j at a point on the E. B. Line of the R. P. Glenn 40 acre tract of land out of said survey, at a point where th 10th day of April. A- D., 1922, by the i Mineola and Hainesville public road Clerk, thereof, in the case of Mrs. j crosses said East Boundary line, Mattie M. Haven vs. G- W. Dentler and wife Mrs. G W Dentler No. 4881, and to me as sheriff of Wood County, Texas, directed and delivered I will proceed to sell for cash within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales of real estate, on the first Tuesday in June A. D., 1922, it being the 6th day of said month, before the Court House door of said Wood County, in the town of Quit...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

page rorn* THE MINEOLA MONITOR ij.II. • safca —*s . Still on The Job Despite Tornado nD^* i - T « I '* m? * '***■: [J hi, m mmm t USV as e I-^ary Postmaster of Hedrick, Indraaa. was opernn# 'up for easiness, the big tornado which did such damage throughout that section, swept the town and blew the post office away, leaving the door- knob in bis band. O'Leary is sitting among the remains. il*tfTQCA9T£R WM % Marshall ToflFre. hero of the Marne, made a special visit to V *h- tngton to place a wreath on the grave of America's Unknown So^aier. in the Arlington Cemetery, in behalf of France. 6nuh«ii an rnitr of Asia and America. . The Marshall has just, CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank all those who so tenderly and willingly assisted us during the sickness of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Thompson, who died May 4ht- May God's richest blessing come to each of you. MR. AND- MRS. P. H. BABB, NOVIS H. BABB, MR. and MRS. A. R. SMITH- Remember the lunch Thursday, May 11 at the Staffor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10/1922. sb THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE" A VE FLAPPERS' SOULS WHITE LEAD ■•if £E£DY MIXED PAINTS VARNISHES WQPgfFe LLOWr, THINGS tOOK BLACK - THE LAWN f*OVJ\NG SEASON f9 HESe/ • DOAJ'T" BELIEVE !I'LL PASS AW EXAMS AND HAZEL OOSSAf SPEAK TO ME ANYMORE / 6E£ WHILLIKINS/I HAVE A GOOD MOTION TO RUM AWAY AND JOIN A C/RCUS-J STAINS Pt)TT\ SAND PAPER fBll! STEEL WOOL Everything In a Paint W.P THOMPSON. J E THOMPSON WK.THOMPSON. /MWjj/'yjW'yj H 12.Z. Pu(?L<SH6!?S AUTOCAS-rea DRUGS * £> SL/rt0/?/ES - <J£WEL/?Y-PHO/VOG&APHS SCHOOL SOPPUJES-W/VE CA/VB/ES-JMPOPTEl> C/GA&S r COP YCtuM %* Open every night 'till 11 Mrs. Mattie Crawford, woman evangelist, sometimes called the Fe male Billy Sunday, has launched campaign designed to bring salvation to the flapper. "The little flappers are flapping their souls away," she says. "They must send them to the laundry of the Lord, and let their hair grow The tiny modern Deliiahs are having the tables turned. The flapper ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

* W I JPAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR *TI|r U]\m\ A UnmiTflD of suPP^y antl demand. Sureljy it ( corn should be thinned to one stalk <JIlL ifllllLULil mUllIlUn is time all this juggelry was stop-J in a hill from three to four feet JH. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- Ped and a few Plain understandable apart- lisher. facts were placed before the people. The meat trust should be fairly dealt by. At present it is regarded as the most impudent of business male- A one-half rate for cards of factors, and it is only fair that the Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, as second class matter. • thanks, obituaries, church and society events where such are iyiven for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. truth should he smoked out- HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922. 'I'LL TELL YOU WHAT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OUGHT TO DO." Very likely one hears such expres sions more often than any 0ther un- less it is, ' Why Doesn't the Cham- NOTIfF TO PITRTir ! I ber of Comnierce do s0 and so?" or Any erronous ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEVEar OF INTEREST TO THE FARMERS OF EAST TEXAS SHIPPING TOGETHER PAYS POULTRYMEN COMMUNITIES HAVE FOUND IT PAYS TO CO-OPERATE IN SHIPRING HOGS. Co-operative Shipping associations in >Texas are functioning in many counties- The East Texas Farm Bu- tea(u Federation through its county organizations has aided farmers in the pooling of hogs turkeys and < chickens to a considerable extent' • ' during the past year. Thousands of dollars have been saved to farmers ftflj adde'd to their income by pool- ing their shipments. For example, Cottle county, according to R. D- Jones of Paducah has shipped 8 Carloads of hogs at a profit of from $200 to $250 per acre. Co-operative 'shipping of hogs is practiced Imi a number of eouWties in Texas and 'n jty some counties it is beine: planned to te! extend the pooling principle to the handling of cattle shipments- When it comes to turkey and ■ chicken's, the Farm Bureau has ren- dered a real servic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 May 1922

* Tl V " PAGE EIGHT x THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, & 9S On account of the bad weather I ha #e decided to continue my HALF PRICE hat sale through this week. If you have not made your selection come early. Prices are cut in half. Great assortment to pick from. Also reductions on Madam Grace Corsets and Brassiers MRS. B. A. BROOKS MILLINERY Mineola, Texas Triplets Brought By Old Man Stork. Henderson, Texas.—Mr. and Mrs J. E- Wade, living South of this place, had triplets born to them on the night of April 30, two boys and one girl- All parties are doing nicely CLEARS five feet on own: ATTENDS MEETING OF EAST TEXAS MASONS Cccil Sims, assistant cashier of the First National Bank went to Tyler Monday afternoon to attend the meeting of East Texas Masons Mon- day night at which time Dr. Frank , Johnson of Brownwood, Grand Mas- ter of the Grand Lodge of Texas, de- 1 livered an address. Masons from ov- • . T e* |Texas had been invited to the i m seting but 0n account of the heavy ( fa i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1922

~ V - * r f '■>. The Mineola Monit PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY ' ^ ItiME 50 MAN LEGION NEW QUARTERS American Legion boys secured new quarters. Now want to equip it, so it may lade a place of interest to lembers of the Legion In annection they have issued [following: American Legion now has lanent home which is lo- •over the Post Office. We [install a club room, includ- library, reading room and lent suitable for all games ^ub room will be at the dis of all American Legion :,and visitors at all times, the support of every in Mineola in carrying is- If you have a >ok or table of any tte to us please no- 'the committee and ire you that it will ipreciated. We thank te Turman. Paul Beaird, Altus Smith, Irian Woods. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922 iWBERRIES. re to be urged to ?8 ? Not if the palate be con- ire instances of )ns, for carrots, for other vegeta- for bananas and has frequently to be ?d, and occasionally one > ^hor hesitate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1922

'AGE TWO I? / the mineola monitor iiWiYi 'A . Wednesday, mav 17, ias Mil!; r<ir sdo. 1 ,an driver Not a j,artit.lc , dandruff :«o Knll"n« .wcrt milk .m-vy morn- cjin be foum) ,lftcthe first J ZTZ Z !,') 'li0atioa oi t^IDE~It lire to V irpil Hil'iatua. Siar Route. restores falling he and heals Mm ai.s-> in th0 mariu-t t,> buy two ' S.Cain sores. You V be pleased IDuroc J rsoy (;ilts. Must be one I year old. 3tCi y with the ck rests obtained Sold bxd ksoiif^rug Store. T"' Hh. iVU.SS BAKER ^ Offers the purest and freshest breads, cakes and patrie; Do you believe in your home bwn? THE MM MONITOR II. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- j lisher. Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, as second class matter. A one-half rate for cards of thanks, obituaries, church and society events where uuch are given for the purpose of raising money, will be charged. NOTICE TO PUBLIC ^Any erronous reflection upon character, standing or repu- ,i of any individual, firm or ation appearing in The will be c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1922

['WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922. The mineola monitor ■V 'j'iireeJ - Kit, her sister, ''too old for A! 1 T ■[! 1 I dolls, too young for a beau," fVftll PC ' Evalyn Harrold. HVrlArj I Nora, a maid servant Leona Jennings. Wild Flower, An Indian girl. . IINEOLA HIGH SCUM. ! HOSING FOR YEARi \ roccESS Although final examinations all not be concluded before rednesday, May 24, the initial svent of this years commence- lent exereise.3 of Minola High chool will b^ the Jutiior-Sen- Jor banquet at the National Juard Armory Friday night, fay 19. Sunday, May 21, the bacca- llareate service will be held at Ithe Select Theatre. Dr. Robert H. Hill, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Tyler, |wiH deliver the sermon. Thursday night, May 25 the inior and Senior classes will ant their annual play at le High School auditorium. The Graduation Exercises rill be held at the High Schol luditorium Friday night May ^A. Boaz, president of Methodist Univer- will deliver the jnt Address. j Captain Rackett, a co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 May 1922

'AGE FOj THE MINEOLA MONITOR FREE SATURDAY AND MONDAY May 20 and 22 With every dollar's worth of inerchan- diseTwe will give, Without Charge, a book of fiction. Titles are: - Treasure Island, Meadow Brook King Solomon's Mines By Woman's \Vit The Old Mamselle's Secret BATHING SUITS ALL WOOL $2.75. $3.00, $3.75, and up. *£ LADIES SILK HOSE NEW GRADE, AND NUDE . $1.25. i LANDERS VARIETY STORE MINEOLA, TEXAS REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank At, Mineola in the State of Texas, at the close of business on May 5th, 1922. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with endorse- ment of this bank $450,045.55 Total Loans $450,045.55 Overdrafts unsecured 2,203.08 U. S. Government Securities deposited to secure circulation 50,000.00 50,000.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities 11,673.30 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 12,000-00 Real Estate owned other than banking house .... 8,600.00 lawful R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922 NUMBER 13. m V*- 1 '?■ is 1 5-' urn [ 4 xt ■ hi* LEGION LEADER PRIMS MAY 30 ; AS MEMORIAL DAY The Mineola Post of the A- jinerican Legion is planning a fitting program for May 30, Memorial Day. The program however, had not been announ- ced Tuesday afternoon. In con- nection with the" day. Wayne Davis, Department Commander, has isued the following procla- mation : On May 30th the American Public will again bow its heads in solemn thought and prayer honoring the departed heroes of all wars and keeping fresh in the minds of this generation the sacrifice, suffering and death of the builders of our govern- ment in order that we^might en- joy democratic liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We, as members of the Amer- ican Legion of Texas, should sincerely join in the perpetua- tion of the sentiments called forth by Memorial Day. In ad- dition to the sole...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

1 • • * "- '■ 'T" ' PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, 1922. DR. FRANK CHURCH STRAWBERRY SHIPMENT. Up to last Friday night Winnsboro has shipped ten cars of strawberries- Mr. Nabors tells us that this week will prac- tically wind up the shipping for the season, although a few crates may go out daily the rest of the month- The hains cut the production - fully fifty per cent. Very good prices have been realized.—Winns- boro News. POLLY OF THE CIRCUS AND THE MINISTER. Two Persons Killed South of Pittsburg. that tier> for Here is .'nit hear im speaK, you feci . with a real mes- ism and e wou'd -.i Church" i affectionate loft: give .(isalisn! his life the tit k by his Pittsburg, Texas.—During a revere electrical storm last night lightning struck a barn on the farm of J- D. Reeves, three miles South of Pittsburg, and killed two persons. Their names could r § not be obtained tonight. -y" friends overseas. Tie has idlty of a machine gun in ac- i the punch and pep of "Bill}- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

: PAGE THREE. THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922. ~:~W ; ■ mmi • : " i III ii'l!:i.i! i urn ^1!'P, ill ,l! Si! ! :■ .("iVl.i'il :,1, Hi, ■■ I! 5 llplii ""ill ''rM- liSiiiiii ! erfe *&sh ] ::3vsr.APsnMs;4 ACREE J | THAT THE TWO &MATLFST THINGS j i ! IM T-fR wr.nr n I "! v %\ ' | ® • * | I1? • /inp; *** /sTr& *7) CC- /Jf7 w ■buMpty ia / Mows Corn Flakes with straw®*Tries Surh a least for a warm morning's breakfast—Kellogg's Corn Flakjs, and strawberries and a big pitcher of cold milk or cream —why, it s a revelation as an appetizer and so satisfying! Just as wonderful for lunch or for betwecn-times nibbles! Alia, best of all—Kellogg's Corn Flakes and fruit are exactly the food you should eat for warm weather! You'll feel so much cheerier, so free from drowsiness and headaches if you'll keep away from the heavy foods this summer! Let the children eat all they want! For, Kellogg's digest easily and rest the stomach and supply nourishment! Ml#*# CORNFLAKES t Iso make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. Interesting News Concerning Work of Farm Bureau Given By County Agent Vandiver On last Thursday night, I visited the quiet little village of Golden, and attended the first meeting held for the pur- pose of launching a campaign for a Sweet Polato Growers' Association in Wood County- Mr. J. F. Magwell of Dallas, itors from other communities for their presence and kind at- tention, and invite each of you 10 come again. We also thank the people of our own commun- ity for their presence, and in- vite all of you back again. We especially invite the parents of Texas, was the principal speak- our community to come out and that date for the purpose of or- ganizing a State exchange, and we should be represented at thr.t meeting. i FARM BUREAU NOTES. er. As assistant director of Commodity Organizations un- der the auspices of the Texas Farm Bureau Federation, he explained the fundamental prin- ciples of Co-operative market- ing. After thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. * s MISTAKEN FOR "PEEPER" MAN IS SHOT AND KILLED Longview, Texas. — Tuesday night about 8:30, Frank Austin of Eckman street was instantly- killed with a load of shot. The shooting occurred near the home of C. E. Soders- 'Austin was passing through an alley near the Soder's home, whose family had been badly scared the night before and who was watching for a "peeper". Soders supposed Austin was s- negro whom he suspected when he fired the sliot. Soders was arrested and admitted to bond. Both men have families. not one-sixth of that required to attend school; no lost time or salary you "earn while you learn," save your leisure time that would otherwise be wast- ed. You study at home—the education comes to you. Three months free use of a standard typewriter is given with full shorthand course. If you de- cide when partly finished to enter for personal work, you may do so without additional tuition. For complete information fill in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 May 1922

PAGE SIX T THE MINEOLA MONITOR inn i WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 3922; ?"ji iiBi iiiairS "" iS.iiiiiiiienHeiiiiivVe.'iiefiiiiZiiiiAM WHITE LEAD WK.THOMPSON. READY MIXED 1'ALNTS VARNISHES STAINS PITTY SAND PAPER STEEL W OOL Everything In a Paint.- Thompson's J E THOMPSON. W.P.THOMPSON. drugs a/vo sv/v0mes-<jew£lf?y-pho/vog/?aphs school sfppl/es -f /a/t ca/vb/es-zmpopted c/ga/?s Open every night 'till 11 NOTICE! NO flCE!! I HAVE IN STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, ALSO FULL LINE OF TENNIS SHOES FROM $1.00 TO $1.75. ALSO SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE STYLES IN LADIES HOSE IN ALL THE NEW COLORS, FROM 65c to $1.00, $1.50 and AS HIGH AS YOU CARE TO GO, WHICH WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM OVER. | FOR ANYTHING IN STAPLE AND FANCY | GROCERIES CALL US, B. L. CHAPPELL Phone 139 : : Mineola if.riiiiasiiniiWHHiitiiii'iiiiiiniaiiiiiiii! WEAR A POPPY MEMORIAL DAY. Five hundred poppies have been received by the Luckett Cochrane Post No. 296 of the American Legion for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

'■V i . vT: ■ ' The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922 NUMBER 14. m IHINEOLA LOSES [WILLS WHT STUDENTS TO GRAND SALINE j.lLAil ffl. C. A. TOWEH IN HMIDAV 0A5IE; ! day in Wills Point where he de- Mineola's Base Ball Team livered the baccalureate ser- lost its first game of the se* -jmon to the graduates of the son, to the Grand Saline team, \Vills Point High School. The Tuesday afternoon at the | services were held in the F'irst new bf.se ball park by ihe score Baptist Church and many were vof three to nothing. Errors ■ unable to get in the church V^ere responsible for the three , building for the service. In ad- ||-■%scores, The game was played edition to the sermon by Bro. Day Tower an excellent musical pro- i gram was carried out. * f*t- «H - s>. h ES WERE ENACTED im OS- WOOD COUNTY MAN ME.OVERWRITES IGIAIPMAMS BEING MAT mwmm TENT F 1M vv iu On another page of this pa- per is an int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

si* ^ /r PA 01 THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MAY Si. 1922. H. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- lisher. Entered i\ Texa-s, as post office, Mineola, ;econd class matter. THE MINEOLA will getaway from cotton and le soo \-jy we get away from ■ tton, except tor a surplus crop the better off will our section of A one-half rate for cards of! the state be. When syrup is thanks, obituaries, church and j standardized the market will be society events where such are offered. Ours is a great coun- given for the purpose of raising t It can , ma(ie ,,vcn t monev, will be charged. .. jf hand s would "ME MERCHANTS ARE VALUED FRIENDS. i line: M ri NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any individual, firm or corporation appearing in The Monitor will be corrected if brought to the attention of the: publisher. GRADUATION. —o— One of the most inspirational sights the people of Mineola have seen i:i many a day, was witnessed last Friday night at the High Scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. it + «■ t K H i ■0 Hi [V v %• j writing on the wall, and realize cessfully in various sections of ; that if the farmers of Texas sell Texas has been demonstrated their products through the Fed- by J. N. House of near Avery. I eral Farm Bureau, that the House realized a net profit of i business of this association is $150 from one-half acre of ber ; gone, therefore this and kind- , ries this spring. 1 red associations cash. Settle your old debts, and live happily, ever afterwards.— The Carroll County Georgia News. See How Ironized Yeast Clears Complexions And Grows New Firm Flesh on Thin, Pale, Nervous and Run-down Folks with for a Ace you troubled with humiliating skin blemishes? Are you thin —or do you feei the need of more en- ergy or "pep"? If so, mail coupon for the amazing Three-Day FREE Trial Treat- ment of the wonderful Ironized Yeast Vita- mine Tablets. Try these remarkable tablets—two each meal. Then get ready surpris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 May 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922. From the 1922 Mineolan • ?ES ! cher, Mrs. C. A. Reitch, Jr. ! An interesting program was ! rendered. James E. Gaston was toastmaster, and special music was furnihed by Misses Thel- ma Grisett, Evadah Romine, Iris Ardian and Jack Kitchens. Earl Aldridge gave the welcome address and Percy Thompson responded. Alfred Cowan told of his visit to the state capital and gave us some pretty good ones on Mr. Kuhn and Vergil j Sliipp. Supt. Miles related some interesting incidents of his boy hood school days. Rev. C. A. Tower, in his genial witty way, ! delivered the main address of | the evening. Miss Iris Adrian cang "When You Are Gone We Won't Forget." After a few farewell expressions from the Seniors, the benediction was said by Brother Tower. The Junior-Senior Banquet of 1922 will long be remembered not only by the graduates of 1922, but by the Juniors who look forward to the day in 1923 when they too, may be ban- quetted. choir sang '...

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