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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 November 1936

1 —— THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. WKItNESDAY. NOVEMBER M, 1 36 NOTES From The i m MOKk DKKHV l>K( |l>KI> I.KUTIMATF. HI T It \ III.:s \KKN"T TKXAS CENTENNIAL lAI'OSirioN FMKKS I.AST WEEK Seven of Faculty on Program of 5 Pro«nt Texas State Teachers Convention Ii> liillie Renfro. liurNl Columnist I'hiri week closes our own world's lair, the Texas Centennial expimi- • ion, willi I In- attendance mounting Inward (lit' eight million murk. It has almost r'Hiii1 and gone without our knowing it. but il will not lie so with the benefits we shall de- ri*i' from it They are very evi- drill now and will not mmiii In- for notion. \rcnrding to Along" Wasson, a to IT writer for the linllas Morn- ing News, lhe exec1 kh o * teachers in Texas public school* is approxi- mately 15 per cent. This excess is due to three factors: sparsity in l> tpulation, the free and unlimited creation of high schools during the hi t decade, and th<- unlimited ere atimi of school districts, common an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 November 1936

THE CAMPl ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2ft. 19HU College Favorites dominated, C/«ssTkawk«§M*§ Heavers Entertain Local Ackar, Bast Favorites Named at Thursday Meets ®*nc* ®,v#" Guests at "The Manse Clan* favor'tes of the three up- per ciwi>M^fi and nominee* for boy Mid girl favorite* of the College wen named hy the student laidy Thursday afternoon in individual clasii meetings. Jessie Ever* 01 the nophomore class, Anne Nor ion of the junior clans, and Mrs Ruth Peter* of the senior class were chosen to represent their classes as favorites in the 1W37 Yucca, College yearbook. Mary Nell Herod was elected freshman favorite last week. Si* nominee* were alro made from each class to be candidates for irirl and Ivoy favorites of the College in the Yucca Of t hi?* numner two boy favorites and one girl favorite will he selected in an assembly meeting by the entire student body. Those honored by nomination were Sid Hamilton, Ewell Titus. Edward Hodges. Mar- garet Frisby, Elizak*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1936

Don't Mim the All-College ®hi> mmm VOLUMK XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 19M Students Elect College Favorites in Wednesday's Assembly A. W. Birdwell It Head Texas State Teachers Association Snake Charmer I \4 IIS Prom The I ws llx BOH Mrl ioi It III VRST I OK Ml HI > * \s NKWHPAPERM \\ Ull'l l "* DOES OWN BKI.IKVK IT-OR VOT Prize artioi«* "I the week I th< open lettei in "New Republic" tc> Mr. Hearst suggesting that since the Hearst papers arc losing in circulation and advert ising be chum' of the personal politic* of the iiwncr and thai to lie a Hears' man is not <i«-siialtlc to the higher .lawn of journalists, Mr Hearst should retire before hi- paper* do and sit and murmut that classic phrase of journalism, "I used t.> lie a newspaperman myself." Robert Kiplev performed a "be- licve-it-or-iiot" himself this week when he made two coast-to-coa*! broadcasts nearlv .1,0(10 miles apart. filing from his New York Sunda> n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1936

THK CAMPt'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THCRSDAY, DECEMBER S, 10!W The Campus Chat' by *a nail at Um Is. 191 <1 ShoWorld By Jan Rain Cmtckei Ptmr LVl Feller •l am K1PTION RATES, DBUVI Oaa collage year ... _ |1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to dacliiM any advertisement to reserved. Office „ Manual Arta 107 Telephone IMS MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION 4 BOW EN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McGAUGHY Maybe it isn't all fun to have to think up jraRs for the radio. It in said Fred Allen works ten hours daily, and his only relaxa tion is two movies a week with his wife . . . We seldom hear any news of Mrs. Frederic- March. She recently started rehearsal for a Broadway play Katherine Cornell has gone native on us. She's tried being a saint, gentlewoman, and gamin, hut never before a South Sea Islander. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor iocMrty E<itu r EVELYN McGAUGHY The next week's calendar at the Texas 4ports Editor BOB RUCKER should suit every taste....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER «. 1IMM 1 GLANCING OVER Um Sports World with RED MARTIN Cagers Blast Into Action Tomorrow Night Agiimt Dalai rv„- I'OM VI > Idl i.HKVN Of Philadelphia, who moot tin Butcher Hoy of Dallas, Toiii Beau pro, in a scheduled ton-round bout lit I ho Sportatoriuni to-night. may ho thirty three ami a hit tho wurw for wear, but he's still far from blast tin through Mt hough Uughian's bask tl all only raiikod fifth among tin N'a lion's heavyweights, ho oughta' he champ. Figun this out: ('arnora hoat Sharkoy. Haoi took Cnmora, Braiitjoi'k i|< cisionod Haor anil Lnughran once defeated Braddock Tho formor light heavyweight champion has. at Otto timo or the othor, hoatoi ach of tin follow ing: Tunriev, Braddock, Sharkey, Art Del a no v. Ilnrr\ (Jreh. Mas Dr. Pepper Quintet It First Slated Adversary SportScripture By Bob Ruck«r SUyiII First-String All-AnericaB H> I.HK HIM ON North Texas Eagle, cage li«l off thoir schedule to- morrow night ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TEXAS. THl'KSUAY. DKCEMBKK , lt S*i Kaghlirs to Have Christmas All-College The Chatterbox Christ man will be the motif the Kaghlira, girls' « cial sponsor their crystal hall Saturday, Dac B An in- scene making uae of all white decora turn* will be carried out ■now-c«v tr«Ml w«ndow will ha placed in the sides of the gym. and frosty lights will lend to the wintry scene. The receiving line will be com posed of Mr. al.d Mm. Pate Pe . . „ _ . ,, . tern. Mi., Vallit Kennedy and th' Ho 5M> < '«* Heelar Abernathy. Mis* Virginia * annual Christina- tea Calloway and escort, Mr*. Mary on Friday, Dcrvmtwr 11, in the B Wewon, and Miss Kdith L. Mary Arden l,od|tc from four to ( l*rk o, o'clock The dance will he held in Har rim* Gymnasium. beginning at House Sponsors Will Be Guests at Christmas Tea Entertaining the faculty spon m i ■ n t or* at the various girls' campus | <) lOllS 10 IlflVv Annual Bowery Ge Trojan* Complete The annual Talon Bowery Brawl will ! *• ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1936

• .• I* let *• ► (• « m Hear the Chorun ®I?p Campus Chat HHHH VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1M6 Ml Weaver Cotton Doll Operetta Slated For Auditorium Tomorrow Nifht From The I IMi ws By ItOlt McCLOl |) KING \Ml W'AI.LY ST 11 L HEADLINING HITI.KK-J M'S TO rlssiv POIN I Players Will Stage The Enemy' on December 17 Director Despite headline* announcing hi* abdication yesterday, Kinu Ed- ward \ III still is Kinu of Kng- land. NO "II iiia I announcement has appeared yet. 'I'he British Press run- In the opinion that the kinu will decide in favnr of the throne, while Vmerican papers are in sypmathy with Mrs. Simpson's ehanees. \s conditions are now, the Kin« has three courses of action: he can renounce his plan to marry the Vmeriean woman; he can ab- dicate, marry her. and Iternnne a pr'vate citi/.en; or he can call Baldwin's hand, force a showdown, and depend on the people to sup- port his action at the polls. As is usually the case, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1936

' A tit TWO THE CAMPI'8 CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1MMI I The Cam {MM Chat v weakly of Hm North at tl * Collage, at SKoWorld By Jan DELIVERED BY HAIL Qfto college ymr 1100 Advartiting rates furnithed on applieatioa. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arte 107 Telephoae IMS MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION This Paem bg Mra. Wemver Show* Her Love for Children T BOW EN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McGAUGHY BOB RUCKER Bob McCloud. Clyde Heath. Joe Jeanctte Ridley, Norman Grusky, £ditor-in-Chief ^iwwciate Editor Society Editor iporte Editor COLUMNISTS: Tom Mcador. Ellis Martin. UCPORTERS Ralph Dean. Marshall Fairloe. Sid Hamilton, Henry Joalyn, Evlyn Martens, Bill Mc- Kenxie. Ben Bradford. Harry Black. William Par- ker, Marian Gibson. France* Fisher, Nadine Mayo, Venola Morgan. Mary Ann Saunders. By- ron Curtis, Lucy Lee Hart, Lila Ann Butner, Ann B«>yd. and Byron Clark ILLUSTRATOR: Mary N. Sweet Business Manager Shelton MeMa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1 M mrnmmmm . *« « • Sport Scripture By Bob Ruck«r Eagle Cagers Smear Bottlers With 25 • 16 Vi SI'ORTN COMMENT Of the Dnlla> News ami other I>u|>«*rh continues to Ismst Johnny Stovall for honor* in the Kast- West irumt' for this year. The News hn - been leading the talk and seems very much in favor of the appointment. Dana X. Bible, head mentor at Nebraska I'niver- sity, is the one who makes the appointments* and should he take Stovall, it would <et a precedent m that it would lie the first time a Southwestern plu.ver outside of the Southwest Conferenre made the ripple. We are hopiny that Johnny will ."'t the honor and are sure that he deserves it Dl< I'EI'I'EK'S Rusketeers *eein not to lie con vinced after last Friday's fray and are coming hack toi.ijfht for another shot at the locals. H■ >w ever, tne bottlers, it is understood, have a much n vi-cd and stronger team. Adding new men and work inir more diligentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, lf 3i Dr. and Mrs. McConnell to Entertain )fyi\*** * Candlelight Tea h Slatedf Gradnate Students of College Tonight | Xmas Party ^°r Thts ivvenins- hardens Truisin Pyul^Ao 11 UJdn Prevalent W. }. McConnell and kMH. McConnell will honor grrsd tudent* at the Collect with • reception this evening at 8 o'clock in their home. The receiving line will include Dean and Mr*. B. B. Harris, Dean and Mr*. T J. FouU. Dean Edith L. Clark, President-Emeritus W. H. Bruce. Registrar P. E. McDon- ald, Dr. and Mr*. G. A. Odam. Dr. and Mrs. L. V Sharp, the president of the Graduate Club, the secretary of the club, and Dr. and Mrs McConnell. Guests will sing carols around a Christmas tree, and J. R. Swen- son of the faculty will give a Christmas reading. Mrs. Pearl C. McCracken will pour tea. The dining table will be dec- orated with citrus fruit* and their 7 Prrxy't Wife h Final R&0S Following the night's initiation held at the Craddoek place w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

♦ )• Don't Minn the Dance Friday! ®tfr Campus Chat VOU'ME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1986 NUMBER \4 nam \i I IS From The im i\I ws si SI'li ION OK KOOSK\ Kl.T'S RK II.KCTION ( ON I IRMKD MM KK> MOl SK Id (,( ON I'M K \ll< N I I. I I Mil.I W K VI'I'KK I.I- I S SKCRKT Oi l Mrs. Weaver Gives Books To Historical Collection Collection of 2000, Work of Half A Century, Presented Friday Nick lix in ICON < I Mih Forty eight registered letters t >tii us muiiy different >«tutes thin week went into tho United Slutcs Mails and all were addressed to Vice President .jolin N («arner„ Washington, D. The letters were from the 5iU electois who were chosen l>y the \ mi'l iran people on the first Tues- day hi N'ovt'inbei to rc present their icspcctive states. i arrying out the letter lit' ih«- law they met on the In -i Moiuluy ai'ter the second W t iint -day in December (Decern Iter ll) and voted for their choice tin president. Inciden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

TWO THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. llWd Children Delighted By Illustrations Seen In Greenaway Books Mr*. W, *« Christ matt Poem /lii/ #J%gk Trud> SkMivit a/ Ug\i mm ww^ m mf ijjpirii w ifir n f#« y #5 B VIRGINIA MAilJt ttagbah Faru4ly. N. T. S. T. C\ To *|).<tul mii afternoon examin- ing Mii" Clifford W«v«r' roller twin of ran- Kate Greenaway pic tun books if to be 11 anslated into a world inhabited by "all that ever u joyous and frcah arid fiaw," for through the page? trip happy children wreathed with flower*, the eternal symbol* of un- tarnished hwuty. In this pic- tured world the ' Balres in the Wood" and Mm* wounded "Cock Robin" find no place. The famous ninetirenth century illustrator steadfastly refused to portray any tab which might draw the iMfiw tear* of childhood Mi#« Greenaway chow the quaint fashion* of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth rent line* a* con iiimi- for the girl* and boy* in her illustration* Every detail of dress- #•>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

THK CAMPUS ('HAT, DENTON, T1XAH. THURSDAY. DB< EMBKK 17, } M First Dramatic Product** Of Season Slated For Auditorium T The Chatterbox By Shorty This special edition will go to many homes throughout the state as members of our student body make pin lis to spend their day- of leisure during the festive on with the ones who lire respond hie for the chance to live and learn at Teachers College. For that reason the editor of this "dirt column" ha^ decided that no part <>f any questionable copy shall he carried into the homes of those mentioned that might in any way detract from their happiness A softie, eh'.' Well, maybe so; but if we think that'- the thing to do, thi n forget the past and feast on the "snooping*" of yesterday They who were , ertain of being men- tioned may accept this as our Christmas gift. Cheap and taw dry? Possibly. But so were the escapades that were "pulled" dur- ing the last week At least they appear that way to some of our readers, (in fact, both of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

m THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17. lfNUl The Campus Chat If Hm alwlaata at the North Thm State Teaohers Collage. as Mcond cUm mail at the post office at ♦ Texas. Peaember t, 1916. Th# Editor Mm Wit S*y With Thumb* In Air, They're On Their Wmy! __ _ \ I'AMAHI.K HY hail ,l t'HUif to pams m the land of embryo timm roiitw Mtr «i co **« *"*** «' *. during the renin of the good kinv. Kymm **• McConnell. that there were captain youths Advertising rata* furnished on application. Right {kl|ij,.uUs (tf ,,.MXe|jng eastward from the Cam- pus to the fair city of Denton. to dacline any advertisement U reserved. Office Manual Arts 10? Telephone 1842 ME.MBEK OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION These youths, being four in number and having at their command no means of con- veyance, stationed 'hemselves at the phar- maceutical corner and did elevate their pri- nmrv dibits into th«« atmosphere, striving to obtain tranMpwrt with the elders. who were BOW EN EVANS (xissessed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

ANOTHER LETTER j. Arrived t h wwk from tlx rt Pictorial "f New Yolk, tell- more aliout its all-American km Include,| «ii, ii picture. th< to l <- used in their publication, u lirief resume of Johnny >vall'' career Also was Talrion Union's view of Sotvall Man played for T. C. IT. last y«tu (1 thin year is playiiiR pro Irnll for New York Oiants Here is his ktnment "Tillie Manton, fullhack last year the great Texas Christian team. k>l this ye r of the New York pint:-. told us first about Johnny >\all 'We kick off to Denton he hers' (that'll whet they call Inrlh Texas State in the Lone leti* State), said Tillie, 'and on the |pst play from scrimmage a little |y lireuks oir tackle, cuts hack, locks down two tacklers, reverses H'ee more and runs fifty yards a touchdown. 'That wan Stovall, and I'll tell feu he giive us hell. When he jasn't running m wh Iimtn and Wh'-n lie wasn't doing either he was tickling We heat them because they didn't have any one else, $hank (!<>&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 December 1936

THK CAMU S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THI RSDAY, DECEMBER 17. lttSfi Trojans Are To Sponsor Pre-Holiday All-College Taking advantage of the smi- •rial opportunities in dueoration* and atmosphere. the Trojan* plan u> make their All-College tomor- row evening a real Christmas dance. The affair, which is the la*t ilnrict before the holiday*, is to be held in Harris Gymnasium. The Yule motif will I* used in the daeo ration*. Guest* will enter through « large fireplace, and just inside the entrance will be two tall Christmas tree* decorated with many colorful lights. Each col- umn it round the floor ih to repre- sent a brick chimney, and between the*e column* will he life-sisc reindec pulling sleigh* Hang ui(i above these will be long white icicle*, while from the ceiling there will be mix-ponded foui W.A.A. Entertains At Annual Dance Entertaining with it# annual Christina* affair, the Women's Athletic Association of the College gave a formal program dance in Harris* Gymnasium Thursday hund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1937

I p • I ♦ # See Marionette* Here Today ®|F Campus Ctjat ■■ wr .. .1 L VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1937 WW NOTES From Th# DAY*S NEWS "lame duck" ruling rrings congressmen together early G. O P. DEntTTANTBS IN washinton. I). C. ARK UNDAUNTED Mexican Orchestra on Fine Arts Card for Tuesday Mr-^T'Group to Feature Dancers, SiactM. rerfom Here VT . , . . . . Twice Today Uni<Iue Latin-American Iistraaeeb Casting Begins This Week For NextTCDnun Luis and JoseHna Ojeda, Dancers The first new Congress in his ! tory to meet l>efore the inaugura- lion of its president (liecause of the "lame duck" amendment I faces serious problems of labor strife at home anil threats of war abroad, despite indications of a returning prosperity. In the spotlight at present is the question of muni- tions to war-torn Spain. Efforts were made yesterday to rush through a bill preventing the pro- posed shipment of airplanes to Spain by the New Jersey dealer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTOV TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. IU97 mmm I fv 11 1 The Campus Chat™ Published weekly during the eoliegv year by the i iodenti of th«- North Texas State Teachers Colleg* Citlrtwl >■ hs-eond climit mail at th« pom otWcc at I*ntun. Texas. December 8. 1H16. The Editor Mm His Say .4 Mi1 basketball If Mere Once Ajmim f 1 KM'HIPTIOK RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One collect- your 11.00 Advertising rata# furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Office Msnual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MKMBEK OF TEXAS INT!RCOl.LEG!ATE PRESS ASSOCIATION t ditoi-in-Chief HOW KN EVAN'S Associate Editor ALON/.O JAMISON Society Edttoi EVELYN MctiAl'GH Y Sports Editor BOH Rt'( KER COLUMNISTS; Bob McCloud, * ly l«- Heath. ,U KIM* Maitin. Sid Hamilton REPORTERS. Evlyn Marten*. Bill Mckensic. Harry Black. Marian (iibeon, France.'- Fisher. Nil- dm< Mayo, Venola Morgan. Byron Curtis*. I.ila •Vnn Butner. Ann Boyd. Byron Clark. Hop. Rog- ers. Lee H hi ton. and Carol Davis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7. 1087 Wayne Rideout Beats Don Lash GLANCING OVBK gnnri, U/apU sports yt orif RED MARTIN was New U„ THE COLLEGIATE Gridiron season of INfl brought to a smashing climax Year's Day with Pitt, T. C Dutiuense, and Santa Clara plow- ing through to victory in the va rious bowls. Ft might be interest- ing to note hero junt who wan first responsible for the introduc- tion of football into thin country and who was victorious in the first collegiate battle ever pre- sented to fandom Princeton and Rutgers met in Uncle Sam's first gridiron classic in 1H69, the latter team winning <5-4. Neither of the two elevens have ever participated in he Rose Bow! spectacle but have continued to meet annually. Princeton and Michigan were par ticipant* in he first intersection^ game. November 4th, 1RHI Willi.I 1036 Was filled with more than its blue of the thrills, topped by (Jet many'- Olympic games and termed ,i successful sporting year, the old-timers a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, ltW7 m Weddings Feature T. C. Social Calendar Christmas Season Sees Five Taloa Formal AH-Collafa Student Marriages Performed OImmt Daaaa mcnt of the Italia* Time* Herald in Sherman. After the graduation of Mr*. Two students of the College. .. ,. ... ... . . , , „ H.'um-, the two will U< at home in Sherman Mtss Alaine Estes of Corsicana and Jame* M. Hethermgton. Jr. at Reason, were married Sunday morning. l>ec. 27. at the home of the Rev. E. T Miller, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cor- sicana The vovi were taken in the press lice of the bride's parents, and other near relatives and friend*. The bride Jonee-Hendan Plara Mae Jones of Stamford, a former student of the College, was married to Edwin Beverly Hern don of Sweetwater in an early morning ceremony at the St. John's attractively jfethodist Church in Stamford on (fawned ir a Incoming brown satin- ,Wt.mher ..7 Rev E A Reed. \mk crepe with brown and British ^ o(Tici...

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