The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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IN WAR OEPARTMEMT
ALir.MM'S OF HANKI HAKFH
I'OM.KGK AD RKARKD
IN BROWNJVOOD. .
Word hH8 been .received by hi
brother bore thnt Motrin .F. Pren-
tice alumniiN ot Daniel BHkcr Col-
lege of the cIumh of 1917 has been
unpointed to the General Stuff Mil-
itary Intelligence Bureuu of the
War Deportment tit Wwihlnnton
Only recently Prentlca flnlnhed
a poxt. law couriie In George Wanh-
inston University und wun admitted
to the practice of law In the De-
troit ot Columbia and before th.
not to come o early. You can Just Federal Court tt or Appculn.
tell him to walt.-.'3i.n'W Llnkfuhoptr. The "" of hlK appointment
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polntmentN ordinarily goen to older
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It'tt five o'clock by hooglernnil Hill
hMh't railed yt.Ethtl Jnmno
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. I'll be horn-swairglfd. Noble hns to
wqrJk' on the Colefian or that Orato-
rical outfit or the Orchestra or tome-
' -tlinir'eTeiT nbjht.-flirt fHilnnrr
Well believe me 1 wouldn't do that
for any old hoy 1 ever u:F.thtl
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J-E-W-P.-L come down here. Adn
Haven't I had a 'phoae cull yrtf
Othel aaid I looked so pretty.
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NaW Ada I won't play with yon
atiyjBBore. Ntll Mtfn$.
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out I mutt have some food. Kattn
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Oh Have you heard the latest sot-
ilp? Vnvrtnt ffuii.
My clothe Vre io'ugly I Just can't
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' And they Just have oodles of money
fj.lnd'I'know all about tt.Cathtrh
vBtlleve me I wouldn't go if I did-
n't want to. 'Now you stay right here
Jfyou don't want to ga.Hnrah Dam-
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. .'llal Hal That't a ood one.-Kn
men. Prentice received th ap-
pointment as a result of an exam
ination before a Board ot Army
His appointment carries with It
the rank of Captain In the regular
service. Next your he will be per-
mitted to take examination for n
commission as Major.
Captain Prentice aerved an a
commissioned office during; the
World War being with the 30th
Inf. 103 Division and taking active
part In all the American warfare
In Prance. He waa wounded and
gassed and won also decorated for
bravery In action.
Patil Kllngstrilt left here Inst Wed-
nesday night for Norman Oklahoma
where he spent Thursday and Friday
In thr capacity of Judge In the Htittc
Mils Ion I contest which was held at the
University of Oklahoma. Thursday
Mr. Kllngotcdt wild two Judges se-
lected froiii the Oklnhmtin schools
Judged the voice contests while I hey
spent Krldiiy Judging the glee flubs
of Hint state.
Knch yrnr ii stale tnuslciil nmti"t Is
hrlil mid the Judges of the cmilrst
hit selected le two from the home
stiile mid tlir other fron some other
neighboring state. This yrnr Mr.
Klingtedt wns selected us Hie only
out uf stnte Judge.
Ills repiitHtliiu for niiisle hns sprend
fnr nliil wide overbite stnle of Texas
nnd Into ninny other stiites due to the
fuel Hint lie hns In'cii lining concert
mid t-liiiutiiuiim work ns well ns hi-
st met lug In voice.
WINS PHIZES IN
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Listen students this is strnlght stuff
nnd the latest nut according to Fuss
Itrngg. Merrill Taylor hns mlmlttcil
thut he wns n prize winner for two
consecutive yours In hnby shows and
Is proud of the record. No this Imp-
pencil many yenrs ngn whru the shows
were held on the public sipmres nnd
the locnl veterlnnrtnns were 'the
Hut somebody Is nlwnys inking the
Joy out of life. As the editors wife
(Jew) wns nlnatlng over this fond
Get mother a box of candy forr.nw.min... p . -inn !
Mother'H Day at Kaneaater'a ... . '-....... .. u.w..
show of his cluss and also the "beauty
prise." Page "Dull" Montana.
Enjoy this warm weather by com-
ing to us for ico cream. Kancns-
ter's Kandy Kitchen
Wa make tho best ico cream and
candy. Kaneaster's Kandy Kit;
and Bank the Difference
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JOHN T. YANTWPresldMt r.. r WEAKLEY Vico Pres.
J. C. WEAKLEY Vlca Pres. J. A. WALOBIt Vice Pres.
MILLARD HOMINES Cashier ROY BURKS
DEAN REPPETOK Assi't Cashier
J. J HAYES & COMPANY
Tailors & French Dry Cleaners
1 506 Austin Ave.
thn for Trophy Room
EMEYE IN DAXIEL . BAKF.K
i F.YIPEWT FatOM
The following letter was received
iy the editor from Mrs. J. 0 Abies
'' 4f Terrell Texas. Mrs. Abies wil(bet-
lir.ba remembered to the students as
4 Mls'r Rftlw'Latncav one of' Daniel
. Baker a former students and one of
- aieiaokt .popular and most active itu-
aVa'ta'wha vr altvniUii Ii.
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x Terrell Tmss April 14 IMS
You cannot Imaalne how mach en.
jiiierr'Btva vVeHved from the Col
MaM you wntrae.
Ah .11) am ao clad to onote that-Daniel
Wlr'ls enlarging sih) reaching out
'ii W h.aew phases of college life
V' iKhMtMrykiut athletlcly.
jTaj.'do need a trophyroom aidd 1
THECOGGIN NATIONAL BANK
' Capital $100000.00
C. L. McCARTNEY President
. E. B. GILLIAM Vice President
i GEO..KIDD Cashier v "
WILLTABLOT Ass't Cashier
MAKE OUt BANK YOUR HOME "
HARRY KNOX CO.
Fancy Fruits and Vegetables
Brownwod Texas Brady Texas
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Corner Main and' Lee Sts. . .
Phone 80 Phori 80
BON TON CONFECTIONERY
310 Center Ave.
Hot Toasted Sandwiches
Clean Fountain Service
ASK FOR SALLY ANN BREAD
FIRST AID TO THE HUNGRY
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Modern Millers H u k '
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Your POCKET KNIFE is your next best frkfrsV
If you had to leave your dog at homs i nw
Of course you want the best so come to the
Hello Boys and Girls.. Remember the old place.
308 Center Ave.
CHARLIE GILLIAM BARBER SHOP
"If your clothes are not becoming to you yoti hnd
better be coming to us."
E. P. KITCHEN'S TAILOR SHOP
v i Cleaning Pressing Alterations
Suits Made to Order
y Try our service we will please you
0 110 Center Ave.
BROWNWOOD LUMBER COi' ttlm UI
Wm. P. CAREY CO. Owners
ra'. RIiia Ribbon Paints fit Koohng
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Hair Cuts 25c at Sanitary Barber Shop
The biggest and best barber shop in Brownwood
Your patronage appreciated.
1 06 Center Ave.
W. A. BELL & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
Save It With Ice '. J vii
BROWNWOOD ICE & FUEL COMPANY
Quality and Service
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208 Brown St.
TELEPHONE SERVICE -
Our long distance lines' go everywhere. " If is more
economical than a trip more satisfacfqry limn a let
ter to use the telephone lo keep in touch with your
oirl or boy in college.
WEST TEXAS TELEPHONE COi
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And he has lived to see it
Old MelvW Shines
They last longer
Charik Gittams Barber Shop
For your Picnics and Entertainments tee
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I m enjoylns life here Immensely.
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ADAM'S CASH CARRY
Wt have what you Avrrt
THEPkrCE IS THE THING
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In 1S81 Edison tripped to the
Paris Exposition his "Jumbo"
dynumo-reighth wonder of the
world. It could light 1000
lamps. Now there are Q-E
generators large enough to sup-
ply current for over a million
lamps each" with four times the
candle-power of the lamp of
mi." ' -
TheJOeneral Electric Company
produces other electrical appa-
ratus which makes it possible
to transmit' power over1 great
distances. It has put electricity
in seven-league boots. In its
laboratories scientists are now
eiperimenting with voltagea
ten times as great as the high
tst now in use. .
If you are interested in learnisg
sere about what electricity la
doing write for Ittprint No.
AIU0I containing a compltts
ast of these advertisements.
Back in 1885 Thomas A. Edison succeeded iri
transmitting electricity at 220 volts for one mill)
an achievement and a promise.
THe promise was fulfilled' a few months ago; '
when electricity at 220000 volts was transmitted
two hundred and forty miles to supply Lot-
Angeles with light and power.
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Now five billion dollars are invested in electric
power plants. A stupendous figure that testifies
to the alertness of thousands of coUege'trained v
men who have been leaders in the production
and use of electric power. . .
The electrical era has only dawned. Each year. '
some new machine or discovery makes it poasiblt .
- to apply electricity in unexpeed'WaysujvTha
graduate of today will find elertririty . ottly
or indirectly a means for even greater jMqtxn- ;
plishments no 'matter what his calling -aje-.j
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.