The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 22, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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THH3 NORMAL. STAR
First National Bank of San Marcos
Dr. S. 0. Min?
Office Over Williams
SHOES, AND HATS.
J. M. NASSAR
West Side of Plaza San Marcos, Texas
SERGT. WHIPPLE TO BE BURIED
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Loving hands will lay his mortal
body to rest in the cemetery over-
looking the town where he lived,
loved, and was loved, and the moun-
tain cedars will sing a constant
melody o’er his grave until the
Circular Distributing Agent
for San Marcos
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
Business Phone - 292 Residence Phone - 216
Residence, 701 North Comanche Street.
OFFICE AT H. ARENSTEIN’S STORE
Miss Ola King
West Hopkins Street
SAN MARCOS TEXAS
Miss Frances M. Roberts,
HOURS; 9 11 a. m„ 3-5
Corner Hutchins & North
Joe the Tailor
CLEANING & PRESSING
PHONE 99 W.
Make Our Store
CHAS. W. JENNINGS, Prop.
Shoe Polish.—The Fair.
Graphaphone Records.—The Fair.
Candies and gums.—The Fair.
Canned Heat.—The Fair.
ACADEMY CLUB ORGANIZES
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attended the Academy at one time.
Those present t the meeting were:
Pearl Jackson, Honnie Gaberiel, Mar-
jorie Edmonds, Lucy Sue Abney,
Amelia Hand, Dena Eidson, Eratha
Garison, Ben Baines, Zeima Bowen,
Mrs. Maddox, Ruth Jackson, Bonnie
Williams, Willie Williams, Howard
Hartzog, H. C. Hartzog, Foster Elli-
son and Mary McKinney.
Those fostering the organizing of
the Academy Club were delighted at
so many ex-Academy students being
present at the first meeting, and in-
tend to have every student who has
ever gone vo school at the Academy
enrolled in the Club soon.
Post Cards and Tablets.—The Fair.
Hugh Atkinson and his brother
were called home last week to attend
court. We are gratified to learn they
have been released—“that is, on
Barbara Birdwell, Ava Man and
Mr. A. W. Birdwell went to Austin
Tuesday to attend the inaugural
ceremonies of Gov. Pat Neff.
Misses Lillian and Elizabeth
Andrews and Lucile King spend Mon-
day in Austin.
Taylor Cliett, R. F. Robinson and
C D. Mercer were among the Nor-
mal students that attended the big
automobile races in San Antonio this
Lucile King ran up the hill Wed-
nesday afternoon, Jan. 19, 1921, at
exactly six minutes to 2 o’clock. We
have several witnesses to this fact.
Ask Elizabeth Flake if
scared a fish?
Non Douglas McGaughey has been
—but it would sound better verbally,
than in print, so ask her.
EPIGRAMS FROM “THE
Lord Loam ,ffought
proverb. He didn’t.
Is It a Real
- - - OR “JUST HAMBURGER
“ The Place To Co.”
Quick Service Shoe
First Class Repairing- -
All Work Guaranteed
113 W. Hopkins Street
Ladies & Gents
li’DQ’S FOR NICE
They anticipated a pleasure
They though* Lord Loam was a
tiger-cat, He wasn’t.
Crichton said he would soak Er-
nest’s head, tie did.
he knew a
Plant in Down
was**, ha 1A1L 0 R j 4^. j
226 North Austin Streef
San Marcos, Texas
Special rates to picnic crowds
JOHN H. DOBBINS
DURE (SL AYERS
5 to 50c Store
Just Received A Fresh Shipment of Chocolate Candy
VALENTINES ON SALE NOW
B. GOMEZ & CO.
Our Drug Lane is Complete
Try us. South Austin Steet
A. B. ROGERS
Undertakers and Embalmers
San Marcos, Texas
L. J. Dailey
Staple & Fancy
Phone 181 & ]£2
S. W. Corner Square
A better store for men.
pressing called for and
THE HANDY SHOE
Next To Rogers
Shoe Repairing Our
And See how your Daily Bible
Reading Account stands before
Fidelis-Berean Classes 9:45 a. m.
B, Y, P. U, 6:15 p. m.
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 22, 1921, newspaper, January 22, 1921; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614180/m1/4/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.