The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1925 Page: 2 of 4
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Kntered as second-class matter February lil 1921 nt the potUSce at
Umwawoorl Texas imder the Art nf March tfft Aceerrtanw ftr
ing nt special rate nf pottage provided far In .Section 1103 Act of October
.3 mi atithorlml March 2 1021.
A nnepaptr pnblUhnt $tmUmonthg hji Ihe uludml Imilfi n Danhl Ritkrr
Colltpt in Hrtwiimorf Ttsegt a ro-tdntnlion itutitutinit.
All correspondence for The Collegian should he addressed to the editor.
All students contributing news will pleac turn In material nt The Collegian
otlce In the Cnggln Memorial Hall.
All matters pertaining to advertising or business should be directed to
the Business Manager.
Per Term . ... SO Cent
Per Year (Sclwol Year) . . il.sn
VrU)i Ailviwii Committtr Miss Helm Post Mr. C. W. McClelland
V.ditnr-in-V.hitf . Noble W. Prentice
Juoeinte Kditar ... . Mubel Stone
putmllntjt Xtm Huth Skinner
hu$lnt Mnmtflrr. .. .las. D. Stalcup
Jubtnnt Ratine anil Circulation Miitwget .1 llervry Mayes Jr.
It will soon In- time for the clecHoi
nf the various student body offices.
Now Is the tilnr to start thlnkitis-
about the most capable mid industri-
ous students with (lie intention of
tilling tbrsc offices with Hie mint ma-
There are scleral office which on-
to be filled. 'I hose which come to
mind first mid which ore of moot ltnl
Importance are Hint of Student Itndy
President Student's Council editor
and manager of the Trail mid editor
and manager of the student publica-
tion the Collegian.
It should be the ambition of Hie
student bod to fill these offices with
competent students. It has in Mime
instances been the c.ise that the..- of
fices were filled without proper con-
sideration and tilled by students of
Unt popularity rutber thuu Iho;- of
The student body offices and the
student Council offices should be filled
by Intelligent industrious conscienti-
iu students students in whom the
others base the fullest of confidence
.-Mid students whom are lenders and
can fill in any emergency.
The offices of the Trail and Colleg-
ian should be filled with students who
tire cupublc of an executive office and
of management. It is no small task
to fully fill tbrsc offices. It is a Job
by itself. Students should be select
eil If possible who can devote most
nf their spore time to it. Students
w1h intend i aake writing news-
piper orl ml uch their profession
- --then v assured of capable
i .thee in titi 'icy should be Inter-
.eii hi i i and have real In
tentions' toward it.
Here it is for editors select .stu-
dents who lmc had experience If pos.
slide who can write who are interest-
ed in their organ who Would have
Interest In it tli.it would transfer to
In selecting managers select stu-
dents who lum business ability those
who can go before the students and
merchants and get what they wunt
those who can be trusted to do what
is right and can keep things In good
condition all the time.
lie thinking about it and when the
time comes to elect to these offices
be decided and vote for competent
TO BE HELD MAY 22
The anuuul student body election of
officers will be held according to the
amendment lust scar on the second
Friday before the close of school
which will fall on May 22. The fol-
lowing officers arc to he filled i
President Vice President und Sec-
retary nt Student llfifly.
F.dltor und Manager of the Trail.
F.dltor ami Munager of the Col-
legian. ;' ror iv.isr nt hinds
Don't contradict people even if you
are Mire you ure right.
Don't 'be Inquisitive nhoiit the uf-
fairn nf your friends.
Don't underrate nnything because
ymj don't possess It.
Don't believe that everyliody else
In the world Is happier than you.
Don't conclude that you have never
hart any opportunities In life.
Don't believe all the evljs you henr.
'Don't be rude to your Inferiors In
Don't Jeer nf anybody's religious
Learn to hide your aches and pains.
Do- not try to be anything else hut
tflMtkiHRnl or a gentlewoman and
that' Means one who lias consideration
( rvr nw wnoie worirt anil whose life U
flAVMBifl hit AI.A SJ.I.1.. l)..l. LIS..
.ximn if tin. uuiucil iiuiri im
itpto others as you would be done by."
'arlkeV mm whea he'a down. You
fon-t Ull'iww hi ghe'H be when hn
jMk mn-B iMMty. Cren hor-
W '$9ttf 'UMt i
May the tenth Is not a holiday
As wc spe.ik of all the ret.
It is a day in memory of
'I he on ewe lotc the best.
Of all the holidats we Imc
Of this w love to say
It is a time that Is set .p.irt
For our dear Mothers !);.
Iteiitember the nights oil lnw climb-
ed the stairs
And after our prater wen stit
She has pulled the cover .ill around
And tucked you close in lit-dy
Months and years since thru have
And that lad to a man ha grown
llojs though you are fur from there
Her praters will follow you on.
A white flower if our mother Is gone
A red flower If she is here
Meet her witli a smiling face
A kiss a song good cheer.
Make her know you love her
For there are many way.
I Do not forget tluit Sunday
Is our deur Mothers Day.
She muy be old and feeble
With time marks in her tucr
Her cheeks have Inst their roses
With them has passed her grace
We all bow down to Mother
And homuge to her pay
Keep showing your love for Mother
Do not stop with Mothrrs Day.
.Ias. D. Stucpp.
.vo.vr; von a sknior
(Cunprat. Mr. Kiplinffn
I've learned quite a lot about women
The average the dumb the sublime;
And I've tuken great pride in the pro-
cess. For l'e known quite a few lu my
I've duhhled In cn-educatiou
And flaunted each frail ns u pr.u-h;
Out e'en though their numbers be
I've learned something different trom
At first I went out with .1 senior
When I was a freshman and dumb
Who taught me colleghite manners
And kept me right under her thumb.
Wen- I broke Jie liought eat urd th
We missed naught that (inured to
I fell for her sophistication
And I learned about uouii-o from her.
As u sophomore I gued at a Junior
A truly delectable miss
Who bought the pnrmi ticket I paid for
And taught mr the right way to kiss.
We often stepped nut to the movie 1
At walking she didn't demur.
Hut this lady eloped with a plumber
And I learned about women from her.
I went with 11 sophomore lassie
When I wok a Junior hist..
Who cuptured the pin from my hotom
lu a truly remarkable way.
I fed her with costly abandon
And still got the gate as it were
For she asked some an.- else lo n
And I learned about women from her.
And lust us n dignified junior
I fell for 11 little frosh Jinr;
A cute little Innocent plcilgllng
With an Infinitesimal brain.
She petted If out in n taxi1
And the costliest shows she'd prefer 1
Rut I 'was Just 'one nf 1 dawn
And I learned about women front' ler.
And there were a great 'ntany others
Good and biodtlrelndtd ami hail.
Pull raany's the time: I've heen Jilted'
Ami many's the lemon Pre had.
Kaeh oneHI encountered was different
Yet ever anon wouM I fall
Ami they afced my hroad education
Por I leantee! somethhig iww from
thet al. FrgV Parrut
1 r ! - t
Rtmember her with a box of our
'beat candy. Haneaater'R Kaody
STIDKNT ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
Simon Ilellutny .
.las. I). Stalcup
' Lloyd Thomas
Mary Frances Martin
Frank Stringer. '3.1
Clifford Carruth VM
Frances Canon :M
William Skipping 'in
Wman Mclnuls ".'(I
C. O. Bragg 'H
Uulse Oroy '2
STl'HKST ORGANIZATION i
Frank Stringer ' ' -Clifford
Carruth. '23 . .
Frances Canon "ili
Noble W. Prentice. '2'.
.las. D. Stalcup '2
Glynn Mitchell '23
Walter Toiler. 25
Noble W. Prentice '23
DKI.TA KAPPA SIGMAi
Thomas Cauipbrll '27
Other Curry '27
Noble W. Prentice s2
Pauline Adams '27
Ada Fields '2H
Jesse Ray '28 . .
Pansy Hamilton '2
Lloyd Fastening '2A . ....
C. O. Bragg '27
llervey Mayes '28
Aline Epps '2tj
Clare Wilson '28
Marietta Montgomery '27
Minnie Willcliis '2A
V. M. C. A.i
F. M. Morris "23 .
Wyiuan Mclnnis '26
Floe Stringer '2fi
V. W.C. A.t
Minnie Wilkins '2.)
Kothleeeu Kelso '20
Huth Gray '28 .
lloxle .fonc 28 .
MRN'S CI.BE CI.Uli
Juk. D. Stalcup '211 . . ..
Willluin Skipping '23 .
Glynn Mitchell '2.1 . .
WOMF.N'S CHOHAI. CI. I' Hi
Muriel Linlteulioger 2rt
Louisa Herry "ii
Murlrtta Montgomery '27
Hll.l. HII.I.V IIANIli
Hohert .Smith '27
DANIKI. HAKF.R ORCIIESTRAi ' v? .
Mae llraiinm '.
Maliel Stone '2tt
TEXAS STATE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
GENERAL ASSEMRI.V DANIEL BAKER Cqi.I.EOF.i
Wm. F. Rogan '20 .
fee Wheeler '27
Olhel J. Curry 27
Xohel W. Prentice '24
LOCAL ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION')
Paul Morgan. '30
McKnlght McMurray '24 .
Thomas Campbell 27
HeaoVCoach (. If. Higginuothara
Assistant Coacln-MayfieW 'FaV Olbba
Student Manager of tbtlcffJerald Scott ai
Football-Frank Stringer 'M. C'aptalu W
Footlwll Robart Hmh;ar Captln-Elrct 24
TJasketball-j-Cnfford Carruth W Captain 'M
Basketball-flirtf Alford )T Captaiii-Klect
Hateball-rll. Burns Unt ' Captain 'ii -Track---Captaln
to ba leetfL .
Tn-Cp1?.i to be eleetad.
WEAKLEMVATSON-MILLER HARDWARE COMPANY
V Ire President
See retur -Treasurer
. . President
.. . . Vice President
....! Vice President
. . .Treasurer
f.. v Treasurer
1 say I
wouldn't wear a
Would you? .
of every gentleman
who ever goes
414-lB (i solid white (Old cut 21
aSS?1 !liBA.m.0r: $110.00
ButovA Quality white filUd: a nr
17 Itwcl BULOVA moTcratnl $45.vU
With ftner eni uved Jul . $50.00
Wrist and PocketWatches
$25 to $2500
Curry & nrewrr
The .lunior class of tin- Daniel
Raker College entertained the Senior
class with a delightful and beauti-
fully dispensed lmniiict on Thursday
night In the basement of the Central
Methodist church. This courtesy Is
an annual affair and none of the
past hate excelled in Ihe brilliancy
tif Thursday night.
Three tables were arranged under
a canopy of blue anil white created
of festoons of crepe paper from which
fell blue and white on pons. Adnwn
the white tables the college blue for-
med a central line on which rested
silver baskets of Dorothy Perkins
roses which were connected with long
sprigs of fern. Dainty corsage fav
ors against the blue background with
attractive place cards marked the
sixty places Klo Stringer was the
toast master for the occasion. Miss
Ruby Egglcston gave a toast on
"When We Become Daniel linker
Alumni." Miss Debbie Aske'w toasted
the class members. Doyle Stalcup
clevejly "Joked the Senior class mem-
bers" anil Paul Morgan gave a toast
to Dr. Chandler. Robert Patterson
and Olenii Mitchell guc "AdWce to
the .Juniors." Miss Mary Helen Red-
maud and Walter Tuber each gave
impromptu talks. A delightful feat-
ure of the evening was the piano mu-
sic furnished by Miss Olive I). Mc-
Lean. A menu which was very daintily
Baked Chicken Dressing
Rice ' Gravy
Creamell Potato Nests with Pens'
Tomatoes Fruit Salad
Ice Rolls ' Iced Tea
Apricot Ice ' Cake
' AIN'T IT SOt .
"Blessings. on thee little dame-
Bareback girl with kneeslhe sumei
With thy rolled-down silken hose
And thy chlek transparent clothes 1
With thy red lips reddened more
Smeared with llp-stlck from he store.
With thy make-up on thy face
And thy bobhrtl hair's Jaunty grace.
Prom my hrnri I give thee Joy
(Had that I was born a boy"
gfjjj j3 sSSS
7 U VU.Irlf
CUTBIRTH & SEAY
'Abstract and Loans" tat
Ihe Abstract Ac Tile Co.
Crown Potato Chips
The more you eat The more
"Shine 'Em Up" .
ARCADLA NEWS STAND
All kind of shoes shined
Cleaned & Dyed
210 Center Ave
Buy your Radio where you
get best results and prices.
The kodaking season is here.
Get your camera to working
and bring us your films lor
Welcome back to Brown-
wood Daniel Baker and our
Girls and Boys visit us
Sully wants your whiskers
Shaves called for and delivered.
SULLY'S BARBER SHOP
Pay Cash and Save 25 s ...
Ladies' and Men's Suits Cled SOc to 75e
eaned and Presed 75cSuits Pressed ........ Yi
Sweaters Cleaned and Press '.40c
All Work Cash on Delivery u .
YOUNG'S DRY CLEANING CO.
0 Get Ready far
. 1 f
Headquarters tor College Girls
ti Clothes ' c;.v i'-.
' v '
When ypu break all the base ball bat's we will furn- '
ish ZA4S - ' '
Regular 50c to
wniie iny isi. .
See. Oiiri Winocw. ' ;-
n meaauro of efflclencr. dtirgbilHfi
nnd economy Ihkt atrtlafylif t
the wearer. K M pr. tasl5 It
your glasscn Rrowtfwood Optic
VANS DYEIRC AW
CLEANING CO. '
AUSTIN AVE. CASH
E C. CASH; Prop.
Everything in Groceries -
Sunday lit Mother'n. Day. .py
anil itiriH 110 nui lurgri iim.w.
friend you ever liad.-
line of cakes piet and
pastries at all times.
Hair Iblag -
Oppowte Ktgk School
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$1 .00 Values
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1925, newspaper, May 6, 1925; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100021/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.