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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1929

,$D> \fi P-; m w\m at^c: Politeness jh to goodness what words are to thoughts. —Joubert, m r. ' <■* I®#?** VOLUME 9 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 23, 1929 NUMBER 20 P LOWBOY! i ttKtuttgkmm uian i su Had yi)U forgotten that it's ju.^t a few more weeks until spunn will be here to stay Plowboy, sLudy hard daring this cold weaLhei for it is certainly haul to woik when you ha.ve the spring fever. Mmiy .activities arc started, and speeiul piivdcge.i Hl'c granted w^icn the wenLhei bei onirs warmer There will be nothing to do then. Work hard for a while and be el- igible for all extra pu\ ileges. Baseball will :<oon be the spoil IVe sliidl all be interested in (Jf course, TaileLon will have one of the best teams among. Junior Col lejyc cirf has Let's bni k I hem tor a State Championship tlun year Let'5: nnt foi (Jft t.he Luuk scpiad wlnie we ale thinVmj;' <>f spi inn Vmo athletic?. Tflt'leton is nearly always sijpeiioi on the cindcr path Coach Fra/.ier believes lie has Jin- o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1929

THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US- LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1929 -WE'RE BACKING TARLETON EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Ohiel — -..Robert Wood Associate Editor -,. —Neva Cox Sports Editor - - Robert Parks Feature Editor -T. P. Craddock Society Editor Hazel Porter Literary Editor Wilford Wilkinson Exchange Editor - Russell Couch Faculty Adviser ..Eleanor Atkinson BUSINESS STAFF Buainesa Manager. — Oran Stcvall Assistant Business Manager Dorsett Risinger LITTLE THINGS The actual joy of living is never attained until a person is made to realize that real happiness is made up of numberless little duties, which, if fulfilled, make a bright lining for a world brimful of big things to be done. Always the little things prove to bo the framework of any noble act. The story has been told of the great machineshop in which work was forced to be dis- continued for several days until on engineer could arrive. On arriving, the engineer investigated th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1929

HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS STUDENTS' EXCHANGE EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT PHONE 244 COME IN AND FEEL AT HOME ^ k i SERVICE CARS All Brand Nmv DRIVm OR VRIVRRLESS PHONE No. 7 Grundy Fenner at the Rock Barn Garage J. A. SHERKILL North Belknap Street Wc Repair AH Makes of AMERICAN WATCHES We are back of the Plowboys with good meats, fruit, vegetables, and canned Roods. Phone 12 and 260. Palace Market PRICE BROS. Offers Men's Bob Smart Oxfords at $4 FJSATURK "Pinky" Hudson with black hair. Vena and "Shut" having a clean room. Mi .-is Golden dismissing Fjiiglish Class eatly. Mr Gibson saying: "That's till light, puis, go right ahead." An all-Tmleton dance in the K\m. Mtuic t'oker being tjuiet for ton minutes at a time. Cail Bruuibelow playing fool- bail Uncle Walt playing a piuno. GRTTW' EDVCATKD Shorty's Peanuts Delicious Salted Peanuts sold by a College student Shorty Morgan Sold Anywhere in Town Call for Them Linclti's Shoe Shop When your shoes need repairing Give Us a Trial We cater to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1929

'■ ■ if. ■ 1 ,*' « f' . ," H'1 , I11 ' ' ." ,'M 'J. if, • M :vr < ■ *". i ,7 W' ('r * ■'-x1 .< i 5 t . , rii \ ' -1 THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE HOLT BROS, DRUG COMPANY WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SUMS . . New Electric Dynamic .' . ■ Now on Demonstration 11 f Radio Electric Shop Guaranty Life Ins. Offers Great Opportunities For Saving W, D. McAllister t * DISTRICT AGENT MAJESTIC BAKERY : Fresh Bread Daily Cakes and, Pies , A Speciality1 BAftHAM'S CONFECTIONARY .Gaelics and Cold Drinks 't -'; ' : MftSfftziaes ,Vfe Viil Take Your Subscription Jamesi C. Terrell, M, D. office at STEPHE NVILLE HOSPITAL Phono 11 SPECIAL PRICES TO TARLfOTO'N STUDENTS Dk C. L. Cromwell ■ 1 DENTIST B0it>TS AND SHOES Repaired at Newsom Shoe Shop i&clknap Street College Barber Shop CLASS WORK Cloue and Convenient BOY POINTER, Prop. Teny and Howell STUDENTS. ■ BUT Totm : GROCERIES , —at— W; F.HENSONS .STAPJLE AND FANCY ; &tt0CB$IB3 Stephenville Sheet and: Met...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

41 i rr^a.~j jilf: mfmk I--." •" -? \ L-, V3! • ,. -In Xy-'^vW A f 5tiip -"MA"^ 1 ■ '-u ' "■' / 5" --i. 4^*4^ 1-;"[ ];j '■ lit i'V;^ h f ''" / f #::a -/:' C JMhE;pa^t-d ^'1 k-a-aM'$££:i -:' <tT^ $A" /% i >Ji '• t r^AlBTFA IAA R' ftenflK'-nprn .. * ^U« 5 ufrr \({!- /^\p.atte vircji i mpm- OrjOlfli? a;H-P4Mtv ,A.. mwy^/-- ---a h- -'U/^-'-^i-V3''-. a in Each year this edition o£ Tho J-Tae is dedicated to the First Three American Doughboys who fell on the baUleilekls of France, m-f:r , - .^i, v VOLUME 9 STKPHENV1LLE, TEXAS, MARCH 2, 1929 NUMBER 21 ^ us-: *c-}T'4-£r $>.?*. ■■f'\sr-. ,,-a; * r-A --'•" v-v"-.-/ r"~-\ V? V."' V''J If 4UW "ii"'!*# 3 ;;H1M u ;■ * A :a r;A «>;= r;-j -^a H ' • HI ^ .3 « i;A-' M r Ay'< pH ;t .-/{i , ?a ! M :■■'! yvu] '■: '*A 'fef a? ?!y:J ;• ^ J* < A..-=A y;^ '- v. v.| i >/ ;> -:\ ti pi A ';. :. v:if y "'.J w §J'J -U k hi iLi "y? .a v, '•'■ Jl-fM *j i{^j£A J, H y-.j/i \j r-l:-...y ■ —.A ->A"' VvA<5 i A- • w % M A ; V I?1 H "A i-S JA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

1 i CTgrorraww ..*^.<«*Ti>. -,.MtM.ii! « fsnwv/w/' THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TAELETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE I SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—'WE'RE BACKING TAELETON LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1929 /■--rJ-S-r-j-*' <^%y 77 zJJUi'i ( 'Md' v £--:~-f £> 0fJ ,?■' '( Ai V'1 i. "■ -<;>-■ -k& &DZTOBIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Associate Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor - Society Editor Literary Editor Exch a nge E di to r .. Faculty Adviser • -> /' Hubert Wood Neva, Cox iiobert Paries _.T. P. Cruddock ... 11;:eI i-orte! BUSINESS STAFF Wilford Wilkinson i'uSooll Couch ....Eleanor Atkinson Business Manager Assistant Business Manager.. .Onui Stovall .Dorsott P.isinger IHERE and THERE % "4" ( ^r ; t ')■ rv y" 'r r Y" -r-'-r r ■? v-v ■> -f- *r (j3v a vllwte private) There m>mB to have been quite a lot oC extra drill last Monday. Wonder why? Corporal \7i-ifirht makes regular visits to the door of room 35, He seems to enjoy the company of someone who has a class. th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

wvs.'Hrss rmsr* ">wcr=K*-~7^-t tf^T" • :-vJ -?'- ■ '. . -"" -:1- -.^ t.-v ::>v •' /:V ""'v: Sf's.: ^■? i-/;:K:;- ¥-•" ';'. .-:, 'S-JvC" ■_IS- : - --•: * I - A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE .'TARLETON YIDETTES iSM" }?t! ■. :- •:>'. i .:. ; v'_ V'; • '"•'■ifev! "'. i&J. '•-r • .. - .; lw- :-i ■-:■■. -v.'.: -.:.. • V v j;:j.: ,v v.; - •- =f^. # ■ ••• ;:V -' .V - r:';_;:; !;:'■;. !"■ i;- I: 5^ f This History shall be brief . and "'.. tc the. point, stating' only, the facta ' concerning "tile best organization that, liQS ever, existed in Tarleton— -The Tarleton Videttes, ■ ..,- -Tarleton has three times sent her ■ crack organizations to the State Fair, and three times this organ- ization has" won second place.- From the beginning the purpose of the - ..organization has been to bring to Tarleton the much-sought-after , loving- erip which is the grand prize. Each time the Company'has lost ~ by only 8 very small per cent. Thefirst crack company that Was aert'to .Dallas,'was commanded by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

"SIS =^= jsssssssassssssassi :"-^F~^st?3 «i «=*•=- ^uz.'-. ■: ■'■•"=-■ r"i.-.'"' V-' ;'.:■ '■"":;-- -, . ' ' - /< '": ■j "V" ,'-., ■- 3fc-:;-;:^ \ ;-; ■ ■■ ■. :■' •1;^. ■„ . V-V.*--1-:"'. 'J If J ^ -'it"-'-- •"" '.- ipv. '-;v.r ; .- . W ' '' - — . ■-UW-' ■ * •; ; ■ i. .■■•:<.-;*■- f :■ /li'' "■*" | 7 , , - - T&Metm Plowboys' Trounce The. "PLOWBOYS EM) ' SEASON WITH ' FGltWTOEIS Badgers Xose To Plowboys In Four Easy Games (The plowboys completely out- classed the Randolph Badgers in the last three games of a series of four. The Plowboys got that un- beatable Tarleton spirit and they just couldn't be held down. The Badgers were outplayd from the first whistle to the last in every or© of the three games. The Plow- boys took the first game of the four with a score of 53-19. .."""" -.Second Game This game was played here. There was no brilliant playing on ..either, side, except for afast bit in the last half. Both teams missed many crip shots, but showed better defensive play. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

' Vf-Tr*"** "-^ t«f|«^) '■ -Wi -*•*'? 'iS1^ iv'1'1-"'.'r . HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS STUDENTS" EXCHANGE ■ ;■ come in and peel at home Everything for the student phone 244 SPKLNKJ.ER SYSTEM IS BEING ESTABLISHED IN HORTICULTURE PLOT The Horticulture -Department erecting a Skinner Sprinkler Sys- . tern unit for overhead irrigation of the Campus garden during the summer and fall. This will psr mit the garden to be operated prac tically all the year. It will also help'to .prevent sand from blowing out of the. garden and over the "Campuss during the Spring. These rrunaturo «ind storms have been a nuisance every year. " The system will give tho stud- ents a practical working know- pledge of modern types of irriga- tion. It is the same system! as .the ones used by many commercial producers, such as florists, nur- serymen, and truck gardeners. Mr. Brundrett, thei head ot' the depart- ment, feels that it will be quite an asset to the Horticulture students. • The system is being erected by stu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1929

■m i tvY.v jfe ir-;--. f:^; E, F '3* r ! . : riif - • v THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE HOLT BEOS, OMJG COMPANY ■ WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE. NORTH SIDE New Electric Dynamic Now on Demonstration 'Radio Electric Shop Guaranty Life Iris, Offers Great Opportunities For Saving ;W. D. McAllister DISTRICT AGENT MAJESTIC BAKERY Fresh Bread Daily Cakes and Pies A Speciality BARHAM'S .CONFECTIONARY ; Candies and Cold Drinks ' . ..-Magazines We.'Will Take Your Subscription James C; Terrell, M. D. office at STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL Phone 11 SPECIAL PRICES TO TARLETON STUDENTS . Dr. C. L, Cromwell ■ DENTIST BOOTS. AND SHOES Repaired at Newsom Shoe Shop Belknap Street College Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK' ' . Close and Convenient ROY POINTER, Prop. - Terry and Howell STUDENTS : BUY YOUR GROCERIES — at- 11 HE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ■ Stephen-ville Sheet .. and Metal Works Phone 5 and 354 All Kinds of" Sheet Metal Work Tarleton's Friend .Office phone 159 Res. phoile 19...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1929

I* f i -V/'u /ss*p§& . sti 'i, lifi&i&Sajfr&r* 7# ii J -: if ,-v 'V ^ i «-y -vv ^ *r^f BETTER TO BE A PRIVATE IN "A" COMPANY THAN A NON-COM IN THE SECOND BATALLION ^->r VOLUME 9 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 9, 1929 NUMBER 22. INTER-COMPANY COLLEGE SPORTS CREATE GREAT INTEREST PLOVVBOY! Yea, lsiten and you shall hear much, for this, is the "A" Company edition of the weekly paper known in this part of the green earth, as the J-Tac. This column has been used more in the last few months as a method of informing1- the World about cer- tain sporting eyents, but this is not the true purpose of the col- umn. "Listen Plowboy," has been run- ning in the J-Tac for many, many years and has probably been an inspiration to quite a few students. Golden lines have been penned in years past by very capable writ- ' ei's. /This writer wishes to call to the attention of future writers of this column the fact that it has a' "past" and should be "loved, honored, and revered." The word "s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1929

THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1929 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - Associate Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor... - Society Editor - - Literary Editor Exchange Editor - - Faculty Adviser Business Manager.: ..Robert Wood BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager Neva Cox Robert Parks T. P. Craddock Hazel Porter Wilford Wilkinson Russeli Couch ...Eleanor Atkinson Oran Stovall ......Dorsett Risinger "A" COMPANY EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor — Associate Editor Sports Editor Society Editor Jesse T. Drennan Grant Westbrook ■ Harry Steen Phil Bird Sidney Coffelt Exchange Editor Lawrence Williamson Feature Editor Benton Allen Faculty Advisers Miss Hennigan, Mr. Neely, Miss Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Kenneth Foote PUBLICATIONS Stu4ents, what do you think abMt this publication business any way? Do the words J-Tac and Grassburr mean anything to you? If the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1929

STUDENTS' EXCHANGE HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS COME IN AND FEEL AT HOME EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT PHONE 244 89c HOSIERY SALE 0 1 | HERE and THERE J Another season is about to slip in. Tender sprigs of grass ar shooting through the bare ground to give the Campus a green coat Then there are Cadets who have longing looks in their eyes as they stroll across the Campus to linger some times too long, in some quiet spot with the prettiest girls on the Campus. The maidens return the looks with sly glances; then sighs Spring is doubtless ready to break in upon us. There is always a crowd on the Campus, Some one rushing to classes or toward their rooms others are strolling for the fun of it, or going to the Varsity for re freshments and a' minute's fun. Ne w Allen-A Styles in Newest Shades HERE is a wonderful oppor- tunity for you to "stock- up" on hosiery. We are offering new AIlen-A styles in the newest shades of the season-— Chiffon, Service Sheer and Service weights —at 89c the pair. Regul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1929

HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE A, H. DEPT. ENTERS JUDGES CONTEST AT FORT WORTH SHOW (Continued from page 1) ed Hillery's Short horn cattle farm, Harris ©ail's Hereford cattle farm and Lillard's hog farm. After spending most of the day at work, the would-be judges celebrated by attending a good show in Fort Guaranty Life Ins. Offers Great Opportunities , For Saving W. D. McAllister DISTRICT AGENT MAJESTIC BAKERY Fresh Bread Daily Cakes and Pies A Speciality James C. Terrell, M. D. office at STEPIIENVILLE HOSPITAL Phone 11 SPECIAL PRICES TO TARLETON STUDENTS Dr. C. L. Cromwell DENTIST BOOTS AND SHOES Repaired at Newsom Shoe Shop Belknap Street College Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK Close and Convenient ROY POINTER, Prop. Terry and Howell Stephenville Sheet and Metal Works Phone 5 and 354 All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work Tarleton's Friend Office phone 159 Res. phone 192 Dr. J. A. Whitaere DENTIST AND ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1929

Vr \o> f i *? ^ C-! * ,l" I■ 1 \ y>? /* "* ' luf i ''f(■%',*'i /.f"k?4 \l> * ' t1' '■'A'-v''"' 1 I "Mi ;t' 'if ' V * f rt-4 W L Hi fWt-: r*t' \ > * " lf%>(i k\ ' , .<! * p% ■jfci&mti f.ty*.*.? \ "I v f 4 £ '.fi'Td rr* i1"111 ■ ""€ ?" ;EE ffl £•> ':■■■' ?*..• .1 •■* ^ ths rriSEZL STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 16, 1929. VOU}ME 9 7A W/ PtOWBOY! fe A As !this is the C. M. ^T. 0. issue of thUi publication, it s?|ms ;i>ro-, pei t^'cjU^fopictliinb" ibout the gener^.'ijpe 'rj this column >te>' All'p^ advantage^ o£ |^e T 0 ^IsVnumerated iefmbi.@opx:<;e, t so tfji^fif^say conies from pb ^ ei vat ion, 1 1 Hdcl- you iy>ticed that nearly cvei y^$Tp}$fw>t!*&, upA-cpip-. npssi<^|fe|te$^ ^/the; ca.d|t corps 'ha attended camp? If you will look around, yo^'.will notice this: Tft<f e^Ijf i-^eTn# to go4n^t; vsumtiitSff' ','. •".,-;; '■; \ '.'; 4,, V.J.1. i; ' /it n> to bpend youp^^l^X-N'^ v ^ cjnl} will you piofit by it,* but you * Will 111 so havo '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1929

, *> "r4'-1 / J ) f ^ '{Jlv m-'.!•■*."'• " .': 1''7 • •'i-r'I'L '. .. 1 ' i 'r i * r > s >* 1 , ?t v 'rv m mm IBmmi t. ' ' WM I f ? ? <f ^ '4 1 T'^^^1' " ^'T'1V_" 4 V 1 ' i, 1 {' 'L ' * -( ^ t > V ifr <* J u ' / - i 'W-3rt SMill , '-V* i * >/ r< :< * ' J THRPT,nwRnYST!AnTfEr) ■" v-" ,:'v-.V-^^:;■ '"■i',';//v- J'M; ■.-.■(■ \ V ' ri. mW& 4'1 ■> 1, 1 ' !* ^ 1 4 f THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE ' "WWWW SERVICE IF YOU ASK:US-rWE'RE ^KlNG #tRWTON> ' ■.■ v,\ .i-s<a LET US SERVE YOU :v>:| DURING 192!) %' - X ^\WiV<0' ' ■ r. 'i ; ps ■-■■ * *, ^ ^ V v. 'MH& ■.•'-S;-)!';,i,';; ,- ' ' * f .: fp.; ;■■',:•■ ' :? , 0 V 1'- -/I' ,. ■ , t! -^yA; !#i§, !,;Si>!..t,: p:^> \ editorial staff ; ^ditor-in-oftief™^ ' Associate Editor..:.. Sports Editor_j_l. ■Featiire Editor™...,: SQciety Editor....— Literary Editor .....j. '< ■':' 'Sischan^e; ISditorp:. Faculty; Adviser...... ..Robert Wood .... ..Neva Cox Robert Parks ..T. P. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1929

* t I l\/ 1 't r, l|f',"!? 1 Vi( >• JIUn > v ? U S ltr lU,%- pi V * t Am1' ( ' V" V '.; «. 4 >k^ I .':T-,J./'";'V' l,r ^ ; VOV'!-/:-':. '' * , 1 .'.. U.L, . .. , .J. :'. iS-w s *f h\; h ; U « / o J \tlr I t I f I, w "•Vi / 111 > it <k f * .« , . . . , ... _*«. wV J tr ~ ".WV !, , . i \ n 'v ' •3>wCw=wv*f*ewi i'^rp7T« ,t> 1 -^r,r "T. .■' •] af:.,w■..■( •'.. .• .>••' ■ ■; .• •;,*'!• '...Tr- ■.y/: ,■■:.••>. /'.. ■ ,:,«..if ■,<.. ...*.i'-, • "■•'•{y, v.vvv"" ' f i x <*s) j ■> r riw^^V^.rs>ilm^r^w:iewwA yw^TV3wrw,'rrter=LVynF*5«vih ?iC^iirv:<yr^*3i^Ti-rr'i*' "S5S™iT^^g>. v^V" ■■:*U >iV- ■■m. . • !i^ .!•• ,(;. • i I [EADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS STUDMTS'EXCHANGE NG FOR THE PHONE 244 IN AND FEEL AT HOME r ^ 5$$^$w STUDENTS; DON'T FQRGET V..;.; THE ,. ■: ,: ■ aja^nolja v Filling Station OnY&ur Night Drives phbjjte 301 , . | BARHAM'S CONFECTIONERY C«Mi(iies and Cold Drinks ;, MAGAZINES,.} ■' We Will, Take Your Subscription Stephenville Sheet an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1929

& *, 11 ,'rl": i;. ') '^fl/4.*" ' ' V-V > 1 ' 5 V, *• V *V y ? t *•>>->, -1* *b > H'U *•- ■':. ^rmmm ■■ift ; t. Acau vv K K W 41 3' V V'' /'•> .?< V.-. •'• ) ' ^Sv ''•"./ 4. { .:w# - fe'' THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND: TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE „--r. ■ -■ ■ . ' , ■ ' ' . '•■ . , ■', - ' . ■' ■..■■■': CITIZENS' MILITARY TRAIN- ING C AMP INFORMATION If you are i an ambitious young man, anxious to make a good start i;j life, plan to spend a part of this summer at one of the Citizens Mili- tary /Training"' Camps. They are conducted throughout the, country and you will find one near your home. , [The United- States Government will pay all necessary expenses. It will take you to camp at its ' own expense and, thirty days later, will bring you home again. \ It will provide you with excellent' food, Name your favorite sport and the government will furnish expert in- structors and the necessary equip- ment. The government wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1929

. .i J- £ IBvEE IB S'.J'-V.'i-. s VIDETTES MOTTO BEAT ' VOLUME 9 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 23, 1929. NUMBER 24. I'i iw. PLOWBOY! i, '^V' ':' ;"' -"n 1 ; '■'. ,!.<J .. ' '&L± f'i. ■: <v ', The first preliminary period is past- Grades have beep posted and parents have received favorable or, in many ca^es,. unfavorable cards concerning their children's prog- ress iji this institution of higher learning. .Parents whose son or daughter ha.^ worked so diligently as to win a' place on tiie honor roll should 'k-ei proud ,of themselves and their tuff ; pli||S)i|e tp 4; iftatji^r #ud father to rear" a child througK his many trials and tribulations and then feel that he has done the thing well when the boy or girl is a success in the .world. It seems a simple thing to make an average of eighty in each sub- ispfc..but. the , great- difference in and high: schools keeps many bril- liant Ijigh school students off the , hprior roll because of the fact that they think the 'same amount of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1929

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Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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