The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 20
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ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
i THE SOUTH M AINS
Name "Bjyrr" i on Onuirw
Aspirin say Bayei
Tuter Tablets of Asplrir"
iMtimr soata.n.na; proper
lirciinBI (r Cold. Pin llMiUrM.
The np-ninu of tli South Plains
! Teachers' Institute waa H-Il Monday
tnormnir In the hitrh school auditor
mm. ..n.lnc t..r. M. M. Iuf.r.. rail-
rl the mectinir order and Mrs.
' ;.lin conducted the p.-ninir rer-
rises which consisted of: Two 'nor-
uses by the Hurh School Choral Club
'and a nl. "My 'l Fashioned Moth-
ler" by Mint Kerne Wheelork.
i ii. D I. Vinson President of the
I'nivrrnity of Texas fl'' to reach i i whln th vote wn" taken
I iklmli rijfail or neiaveil linina.
and the hour in which he was to ad-
i . tk. Institute wil invrn 10
la "Btyr pi
Nsuraleia. Lumbsgo and Rheumstisia.
Ntme "Miyer" mn feauia Asplrla
prescribed by physicians for aisetasa
ye art. Itsndy tia botes of IJ tsbleU
cotl Urn ttati. Aspirin ia trade nark
of Payer Manufacture of Moaosestle-
aHdeaUr of Siliryllescid.
the msiy problem "f thrir school f
Honoring Miss llliiton a luncheon
km nerved by llie I lomrst if Science
.iiirtnnnt of the Lubbock Miirh
School to Miss Wanton the county
judges the Institute Instructor Mr.
mi. I Mr M. M Puprr. Mr. an. I Mr.
K K lluvnes anil lr. Hutchinson !
President Board of Trustees of l.uh- !
At the business session Lubbock;
i Invited the tesrher of the several i
counties to meet with her again nexi
lyear and when tne vote was
jit wa unanimoua for Lubbock. M
M. !upre waa again made conductor
! alrvxlv at work securing in-
clress tne insuvuie ww l Ii 'and ia already ai wors wrun
Mrs Walter rhairman of the TMi(rjrtor for our next Institute.
Mother.' Conferenr. She Thp South Pn. Teachers'
it tklnva that had been accomplish-I '1 . ...
" ......-- inn noutn 1 u na wn"" mm-
the things that had been "'' tute include the counties of Coch-
ed by thia great organisation .nd .B' .won. Gi.nes. (Jan..
also the work that waa yet to b. ifubbock Lynn. Terry and
done. Each mother and teacher 1 Yoakurn. Two nundrYd f.fty-one
ureed to join th.a conference n I ."" ... anrf nlini.
help promote the welfare of the cnu..' J hey n re.
dren of Texaa. 1 (k. valunh e inxtructioni
Sectional meetinira of one hour 1 rrjVed before in an inatitute.
were each morninK ana "" j The followinir teacheri attended the
Mr. Ab. Sidea and family came in T " ' $c'hn( journal' wan to have i I"titute: ...
Wedneaday from eaat Texaa where ben he intructor of the H.Kh 1 "f"" 'OHX7l
old home. Mr. S.dea th.nk. more of ;1Jpry M" p.. .uprintend..nt ! Miai Frieda Denham and Mi-- Fun-
the South Plaina than ever iince hav- f lubn. n.-hooln; Mr. J. K. Wea-'nje Majthewa of the Robinson School;
.... rlnni.nt nf Kn Sthoo : Mi Mitb Atkmaon and JUM .i"
Dr. S. J. McCann reintrnr and in-
atnirtor in jurisprudence of Rice In-
atitute; and Dr. J. I.. Duflat of the
Canvon Normal very ably conducte.l
these mietiPK. Ir. K. K. I'hviS of
the Educational Depnrtment of the
l!niverity ef Texas wns the efficient
lender of the Intermediate section
anil every teacher in this section ;
...ll.r f tl hcln and Vlllil'lble in
inn another look east.
J. A. Wright and wife of Boyd
Texaa. after a visit of some duration
left Wednesday for their home.
To buy all the spare-ribs
back-bone and country
aage you have for tale.
A lot of home-made lard
We have a fine stock
freah groceries end will
preciate your orders.
II. W. SIMS Prop.
1 ir ni"'-." - .
11 f ik- li'airviow School: Mr.'
'and Mrs. J. W. Martin. Misa V erda
Maker. Miss Sallie P.rown Mr. R. ('.
Carter Miss Bertha Edler M;ss Cars
Freeman. Miss Dovie Fullininm Miss
Ora Johnson Miss Alice Kenrce Miss
Clara Kiker Miss Nell A. Miles Miss
Nannie Thompson Miss Virginia B.
Vi-xt nnd M Mary I.. Wood of the
'Crosbvton Schools; Mr J. W. Brentz
structions received in these meetings ; M iss Bettie ( nmphel! Mis Mnniruic
MmsloraB I'eck. Primary Supervia-1 Derden. Miaa Emmy Michael and
or of the Houston Public Schools j Miss C. Wilkinson of the Lorenzo
was to have conducted the meeting School; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Wester
of the Primary section but owing to r R(1M A. Buckner Miss Ruth Uut-
an accident in which she broke her 1 terfield. Mr. C. P. Penman. M:a Lois
arm .she was unable to be present i Hatcher. Miss Vadn Hicka and Miss
Misa Shaddock one of the primary Emma 0. Leonard of Ralls school;
teacher of the Houston PuIJic'm. Bernice Brown of Loague Four
Schools conducted these meetings. School; Miss Alta Buchanan Mr. C.
and valuable instructions to the L. Hale and Miss Nora Reed of Cone j
teachers of this section. School; Miss Myrtle Cheyne of Big
Special lectures were given each Knur School; Mr. L. L. Hill Miss
day Those addressing the Institute viola Rushing and Miss Ruby ole
were: Hon. Pat Neff. president board f Emma School; Miss Lillian Cooper
of trustees of Baylor University; Mifs Claudia Johnston of Farmer.
Pr E. P Shurter rhairman of the School; Misa Pora English and Miss
rnivertty Interscholastic league; Berlin Reeves of Watson School;
Pr S ; McCann. Registrar and In- m. Minnie Howard of Leather-
.' .' I P 1.. In. I C.k.w.l. 1r mni Mf J. (l. IV-
stitute- !r J L. Duflat of Canyon r.tt and Miss Cladys Woodward of
Unnn.l. M. Annie Webb Blanton
State Superintendent of School; and
Dr. J. A. Hill president Canyon Nor-
mal (tn Wednesday Dr. E. IV Shurter
addressed the Institute outlining the
work and importance of the Inter-
scholastic league. As a reult of
this addre every school in the ten
countiea of this District Institute paid
their fee and are now members of
.l- c - - l.i.Mu.k.L4l m I enirnp.
The teachers who had been stut Miss Zelma Red
lnt t the State Normal at Denton .ni M ni
met Miss Blanton at the station ami
at the opening of the Institute on
Thursday presented her with a bask-
et of beautiful carnations
Most Klanton's address was very
interesting in that she discussed th
increase of teachers' salaries. the
text book law anil the amendment to
the constitution. She then held a
Conference s niri n ira 111- ... n tiuMifiin i i." " - ' - - ... -al'owed
to sk fiietin and discuss osie Mullnux. and Miss Came Wood
' of Sunset.
Estacado School; Miss Lucy Miller
Mt. Blanco School.
Dawson County Miss Susie B.
Anderson and Miss Jewel Brock of
Liberty School; Mis (lora Austin.
Miss Ethel Barran and Mr. Lee L
Johnson of MeCnrty School; Miss
Edna Autin and Mis Elizabeth Wil-
Imm of Mullins school; Mr. Oscar
Branch of Woody School; Mr. Nath-
an Johnson. Misa N:nnn- Yates M'.
0...1 vL.r.i M Hi'iilnh Starnes.
Miss Rosa Bell dray
Burns of I.amesu
school; M.ss Lou Hancock and Miss
Esther Hicks of Bartlett school; Mr.
W J. Leslie and Mis Huby Hoff-
man of (V K. school; Mi" Geneva
Hunt of Ballard schoo'; Miss L. L.
Johnson nnd Miss F.di'h Johnson of
Key school ; Mr and Mrs J C. John-
son of Lou school; Miss Pearl I.usk.
of Hancock srhool; Mr. and Mrs T
u M.nl.lm nf Lnkeview srhol : Miss
Sttaurtt: fthe New
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Karnest Ropes School. '
LnhhiM-k County M. M. Oupre (
G. N. Atkinson Mack Single. W. D.
Stjircher. P. K. Brown. Misa l.eni
Cole Mrs. B. H Meskinutien. Miss
Headv Nichols Miss Stellii Thurman.
Mr and Mrs. K. R. Waynes. Mr. Sam
Briiiht. Miss Sammie Padtrett Mrs.
Me- Burford. Mrs. R A. Sowilor. .
Miss Mahel Ponnell. Miss John Roy
'Mrs. Ci. O. Hubhert Miss Oelma
Speed Misa Lula Jones Miss Celeste
Kills Miss .losie Cooper Miss flriice
M'olf. Miss Com Johnson M.ss Mur-
iriiret Jones. Misa John Har.le. and
i.Mrs. M. M. Pupre of the LuMwk
whools; C. V. Hull. Miss Alma Pe-
Shazo Mr L. W. Piimns Mrs. M A
: Kvans M..s Orn Kuvkeniltll. Mis
Flessie Parks Miss Aline Shepherd
iMrs. W. K. Smart Mrs J. W. Wiil-
a.n. Mr J ( . pm'' " Corrine Witt and Miss Irene Levy
jon. Onffin. Mi na rrry M m o Mr c w
Alma k.neran. Mrs. I. llie K.U hen B atelier. M isa Lynn
Mrs. M Mason M.a. Mary Meador. J ' - j Cnoe of lhe
Mis. Fay Morns. Mim '" HMU Wiol; Miss Arna Bond. S. A.:
erford. Misa Liis . Stephens Mr. h Carlisle School; Miss
S. Trevey. .Mi aa V.. W.l den an. Ct 8... and Miss Beulah i
Misa Kathenne WatKina of the ' ' 1 Evans of the New Hope school; Mias !
school.; Ma Annie Barney Lee fvan. of the P.
Forest School; Mr. nJMn C. o. M ilie Calt Mls
Carmark. IU.kherry school . M. B. ..H.unn. f Canvon school;
Hood. M.aa Lillian r.-m a im. i . " h v
Eula Leslie of the Southland schoo ; . r ' . irnard
(ireenhill of Monroe srhool; Miss
Leolu Cox. Caldwell school; W. I).
Cox Mrs. Mvrtle Penehousis Vaughn
school; Miss" Katie Hell Crump and
Misa Myrtle Puiancy. ShallowTUr
school; Miss Marv Mi.hon and Miss
Ada Pari'V. Aruff school: Ctril .1.
Pu'nnev tirovesvlle school; Miss
Muririe Lyon and Mia Althca Fulton.
flames County -Miss Fra Bushlev
of Hswkms School; Mr A L. Puff.
Miss llallie Lindsey Miss Matty Pat-
terson of Seminole school; Mr and
Mrs C W. R..herts. nnd Mks Marv
K Porham. of Seatrravea school;
Ms Francis Hiks of Arnett schoo';
Miss Ida Hohtrood of Dalmont school;
Miss (irnce Jones of Folk srhool;
M Nannie Martin of Holmes
school; Miss Byrdie Taylfir of Ar
nelt School; Miss Irene Thomas of
Sawyer School; Misa Eunice Thomp-
son of Soker school.
i:.rt Countv Mr E. L. Ilemler
Mr. E. Henderson (mrlynn school ;
II C Howard and Misa Pearl Rob-j
ins Pleasant Valley School; Mrs
Ijium Matthews Justieeluirtr school;!
Mr. L. P. Reddie and Miss Gladys;
M.ixey tlnham Chapel school.
Hockley County Mias Lillian1
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I . I S2IC ACCURACY i
1 1 a
ri i sb a i '
hIu.l 1 Jnis nnrl Sura ' J. A. Adkina. of Lovinirton. N.
uA.r Tohnsnn u-hnnl- Misa Willie hna moved to the ritT and lives in the
t ... -i..i . i;.. rr. southwest tart of town. Mr. Adkin
Litrv. Will .nmuv. kiiwvi . . . it -
moved in for the purpose of. placing
Hleilaoe school; Miss Millie M. llal-
sfv. Home Pemonstriitioii Ai'ent;
Mia Evelyn Jennintts. McClunit
school; Misa Essie Mitchell and Miss
Attie C. Pool. Hardy School; Miss
Zor Mae Pocd. Union school; Mrs.
Mae Shaw. Foster school; Misa Annie
Mue Wilson. County Line school; S. j
M. Wilson. Pettit school; Mrs. I.uvlla i.ynn
Lamly Lowe school Miicneit i o.
Lynn County W. P. Cavenesa
Miss deneva iumr .nw j v.v.... movea in mr me ui
iMiasGracs Hester. M.ss Pauline Pow-ryne Marsh. M.ss Viola Taylor and .hllJrfn jn cnooL
lera. Miss Mary Preston and Mias 'Miss Edna Fowler. Gomel school;;
Ponnie Winters. Tahoka school; l.a Misses una & r.uen .Mc.naaier loaioj
lAustin Draw srhool; W. J. Burk-1 school ; Miss Ethel Moore. Srudday t
hart. Ruby Hurkhart of Rcdwins i school; Mr. R. A. Sims. Pumas.:
j school; Misa Ruhv Carr. Grassland I school. 1
school; M.ss Bird. Poak. O'Ponnell Yoakum County Misses Elizabeth;
school; Miss Ima Draper and Mrs. and Nancy .Ihjmas llama school ;
I Eaa.e Hamilton. New Home school ; j Miss Wee Bell llsrirett. SIiko school ; ;
Manrsret Wooden and lllie r.vereii .visa r.tnei Harris. turner svnooi
Wilson vhoul! Winnie Keriruson. J. A. Taylor Harris school. !
Midway school; H. 1. Heath. Joej
Stokea school: Alaoel Harris woe itai- KANtM tMDKA'invi
21 SECTIONS IS SOLDI
ley achool; Mrs. Lil Henderson
I .LhUw .V...I- Nell Houston. Hill
ukl r.nn Iji.Iv. Edith school; H'.u- Snnmr. Texas. Dec. 2rt Fran.
Elma Reed Needmore school; Lucileuia Abney hss sold to Nic Heal of
Robinson. West Point school; Floy i Lubbock his twenty-one section
KuasvlU Wells srhool; I- B. Sason ranch on the Colorado Kiver for an
!! ut athool: Geuirria Stone. T-Bar i understood ronuirnon ot about
If Constipated Bilious
or Headichy take
Terry County G. L. Farrar Mrs.
F.I la Adama. Miss Mairyie Coffee
Flora J. Gaston. Miss MddrsJ llulaey
Mias Annie Martin. Mim Johnnie
Wssks and Mias Msdsline Wyatt
Brvwnfisll Rckoolt Mrs. W. J. la-
Heal it is said will stork
ranch and make it his home.
asy New MeeJowi Him Grsrs r.llinf. Muinaaa s
toa Lllis srbvoli Mia lladsna Hesl.r 'soa Ue.
Mr. and Mrs. Us. Mull.rsa hsve
returaed from Fnais. Tssaa. They
wars accompanied home by Irs
Muiliaan's Irvihsr wife snd ''
rerl frsaJ! He rfticratl Poa't stay
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Mb abde jea sles.
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Dow, James L. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1920, newspaper, January 1, 1920; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288346/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .