The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 19, 1950 Page: 3 of 8
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"Campus Corner Cafe
and Drug Store
College Barber Shop
Across Corner from Auditorium
Gifts for All
3 to 5 day service
All Work Guaranteed
_/ JEWELRY STOI'.E
At First Meeting
President E. J. Howell welcomed
this year's freshmen last week
wi,t.h congratulations, warnings,
The .president's address began a
week .of tests and fun for frosh
which included three dances, the
President's Reception, a yell meet-
ing, church receptions, and the
season's first football game.
President Howell in his speecli
warned the frosh that "Tarleton is
a hard school," but added later,
"You have come here to work."
In congratulating them on their
decision to come to Tarleton, he
explained that the college- enjoys
one of the highest reputations in
American junior colleges, and that
it is a member of several accredit-
ed educational organizations.
The president told the new class
something of the background of
the school and what was expected
of them as freshmen, and conclud-
ed by saying that this year prom-
ised to be one of the best ever.
Or Alma Mater?
Where to go ? Where not to
go ? That is the question for
President and Mrs. Howell,
Whether to see the .president's
alma mater, A&M, play football,
whether to §ee the Tarleton
tqam fight for the Purple -and
.White, or whether to see son
Jimmy in the Stephenville High
School games ?
That is the problem facing the
Howells. Where to go and
. where not to go"?
Tuesday, September 19, 1950
At current building costs it \vill
take at least $10,billion in the next
decade to put decent roofs over
the ijeads of the public school
population, according' to the Na-
tional Education Association.
Two Tarleton engineering profs:
.recently announced tlie publica-
tion and revision of their book,
"Elementary Problems in ' Engi-
neering." The authors are J-I. W.
Leach, professor of engineering,
and George C. Beakley, associate
professor of engineering.
The test, which is to .be publish-
ed by the MacJVIillan Company of
New York, gained over fifty adop-
tions during its first year .in print.
Beakley and Leach have signed a.
contract for international release
of their book and stated that the'
publishing- company siiggested a
large market in South America'
Some'of the schools which have ;
.adopted the text for classroom usej
are Arkansas State College, Aus-
tin Peay College, Tennessee, Doane1
College, Nebsaka, Clemson Coi-i
lege, South Carolina, Joplin Junior r
College, Missouri, La Junta Junior'
College, Colortido, Los Angeles:
Harbor Junior College, California,
■Louisiana Poly tech, Masqn -City;
Junior College, Iowa, Millikin '"Uni-
versity, Illinois, Paris Junior Col-
lege, Texas, Arlington State Col-
lege, Southern Methodist Univer-
sity, Trinity University, Univer-
sity. of ..Utah, and , many .others.
Joining Citizens and other Business Concerns in Welcoming
iBoth New and Old to Our Midst
The Stephenville State Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
HAND MADE BOOTS
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING
A, A SBYAW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
254 S. Belknap
West Side Square
You can catch one of our buses to town every 15 minutes!
Kodak Films, Cameras, Photo Supplies
and Kodak Finishing
S. W, Corner of Square
Laundry and One-Day Dry Cleaning
' Free Button Service and Minor Repairs
F'ast and Courteous Service
We Replace All Lost Articles Where
List Accompanies Bundle
No Advance in Prices
PAULINE BOBO, Manager
Across from Auditorium
$4.95 to $6.95
Dust proof, lion breakable
crystal, sweep hand. 1 year
$499 (Plus Tax)
Pinks & Green
Khaki Pants $2.95
Plain Khaki Sox, 4 Pr. $1,00
Khaki Cushipn Sole S,ox 3 Pr, $1*00
Khaki Mercerized Rib 3 Pr, $1.00
Wool Cushion Sole Sox 49^
Woal Boot Sox 79f>
BELTS, BUCKLES, INSIGNIA, TIES, BLITZ
CAPS, GARRISON OR OVERSEAS KHA^I
,QR FOREST GREEN, G.I, FOOT POWDER.
Xour Favorites ! ! !
A2, Horsejiide, ;$5J2.95
JVI-43 Field Jackets
We thanks you for your business in the past, we will appreciate your patronage
in the future, make our store your headquarters when in Fort Worth,
NOTE: If you can't come, write or phone, your order will be filled same day
George Babb, Inc.
Fort Worth Texas
1012 Houston St. Phone F08489
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