The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 3, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE NORMAL STAR
H A JOHNSON ..................................
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W. E. Gattis
H. E. Raison
PL F. Kuehn
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We notice that some of the
old school are trying to resurrect the
pep of this institution. The atten-
tion of the student hody is called to
the recent demonstrations of pep
shown in chapel, especially on Friday
morning. Wonder if some of the
members of the new school would
enjoy an old time yell rally and wake
up the hill and all of San Marcos.
This summer school of one thousand
ought to be able to make enough
noise to float old Normal off the Hill.
How about an election of a good,
snappy yell leader. Think about it.
The paper takes this method of in-
forming the student body concerning
the working methods of a good
Student Welfare Committee. The
Committee is what the name implies,
a body of the students to look after
the welfare and well-being of the
student body. Any thing which the
students wish to take up with the
administration has to go through the
channels' or the Committee. All
privileges and complaints must first
be put before the council and then
they go before the administrative
officers of the school. This com-
mittee brings forth the idea of
democracy in the school. The com-
mittee for the summer is composed
of Miss Schulz, Mr. Mathews, Mr
Ehlert, Mr. Danchak and Miss Wood-
KOAIE ECONOMICS CLUB
A large crowd of H. E. girls met
last Friday and reorganized the club
for the summer.
The following officers were elect-
ed: Mamie Doyle, President; Ruby
Harrison, Vice-President; Ruth Seig-
ler, Secretary; Marion Lunday, Treas-
urer; and Emma Baker, Star Re-
After the elections ,the social func-
tions of the club were discussed and
veral things were planned that will
of interest and pleasure for the
hru out the summer.
also decided that all H. E.
white and sit together in
two chapel days eacn
n Antonio last week:
llent Lowry, Mar-
1, Lillian Pierson,
>ma Ponder, Mary
, E. E. Burton,
s, Mattie Lou Wat-
Lola Farmer, and
nt Sunday and
The college seniors of <S. W. T. N.
met Wednesday, June 30, in room 9
for the purpose of organizing for the
summer term. The following offi-
cers were elected: Jechelia Windsor,
President; Eula Schulz, Vice-Presi-
dent; O. C. Rode; Secretary-Treasur-
er . Miss Schulz was selected to re-
present the class in the Student Wel-
fare Committee and Miss Windsor as
the Star Reporter.
MEETING OF COLLEGE JUNIORS
Wednesday during Chapel Period a
number of College Juniors met in
Room 5 of the Education Building
to organize for the Summer Term.
Much interest and enthusiasm was
noticeable among those present and it
seems as if the College Juniors of
the summer of 1920 will contribute
tremendously to the spirit of the
school’s activities during these hot
and disagreeable summer days. An-
other hopeful sign in the college
"unior Class is the fact that the class
is increasing in numbers every year
—we are proud to mention that we
nave over twenty College Juniors here
this summer—a very determined
increase over that of last year.
H. A. Johnson called the meeting
to order and the election off officers
was begun. Ralph Watkins was
elected president and the meeting was
turned over to him. The other
officers elected were: H. A. Johnson,
vice-president; Daphne Heathe, secre-
tary-treasurer; J. Matthews, sergeant-
at-arms; H. F. Kuehn, Star Reporter.
Mr. Mathews was also selected to
represent the class in the Student
Welfare Committee. The class mem-
bers feel that they are fortunate in
having such live wires as Watkins,
Johnson, and Matthews among the
College Juniors, be loyal to your
class and come out to every meeting.
Watch the bulletin board and you
will know when the next meeting
will take place. Cooperative! on the
part of every one of you is absolute-
ly essential if the College Junior Class
intends to obtain its rightful place in
'the annals of old S. W. T. N.
yre made a short
nine of M. L.
to Hearne on
THE HANDY SHOE
Give us a trial and let us
convince you. Students
work given special atten-
Next to Rogers Furniture Store
Jewelry, Watches and
HARRISON & MERRILL
Normal Students, We Are At Your Service
OurEntire stock of merchandise consisting of Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts,
Blouses, Underwear, Corsets, and Millinery is being offered at reductions of
from 20 to 50 per cent.
We carry a complete line of bathing accessories at prices that are attractive.
We have just received a shipment of the new and popular taffeta and tricol-
lette hats. Just what you need to complete your summer wardrobe.
Trade at the Store of Better Values
Arenstein’s Exclusive Ladies’ Shop
to Mr. Melvin Miller as chairman.
Immediately the election of officers
was taken up and the following of-
ficials were chosen by the class: Al-
bert Morrow, President; Mary Barth-
lome, Vice-President; Anna Garison,
Secretary; Marguerite Tyson, Star Re-
Wednesday morning at a second
meeting, Haskell Young was elected
member of the Student Welfare Com-
mittee, and the following committees
were appointed: Rodgers Storey, Dora
Willye Guess, and Lucile Bridges,
social; Grace Cavness, Russell Lewis,
and Willie Bridge, invitation and
It is to the best interest of all
Seniors to be present at the meetings
of the class. In the first place, we
show loyalty and a willingness to
co-operate. We keep up with what
the class is doing, and in spite of our-
selves become more interested in all
of our work. Furthermore the ele-
ment of pleasure must be considered.
We are going to have some good
times this summer; each member of
the class must be present at the
meetings in order to keep up with
the social events. Watch the bulle-
tin board for announcement of the
next meeting; a very vital matter is
to be discused. Let’s get together,
Seniors, and be the best Senior Class
old Normal has ever had.
JUNIOR CLASS MEETING
The Juniors met and organized
Wednesday morning. Miss Hatchet
acted as temporary chairman and
the following officers were elected:
Miss Janie Hightower, President; Mr.
Cavness, Vice-President; Miss Han-
chett, Secretary; Mr. Ehlert, mem-
ber of Welfare Committee; Mr.
Burkhalter, Star Reporter; and Mr.
FRESHMEN CLASS ORGANIZED
The Freshmen met Wednesday for
organization with about half of the
class present. It is hoped that the
class will turn out better to the next
meeting. A part of the officers were
elected. The President was Maxine
Wren; Secretary, George Kennedy;
Member of Welfare Committee,
Fannie Wbodson. The class will
elect the other necessary officers at
the next meeting.
Last Saturday morning a very in-
terested crowd of students met in the
auditorium. This gathering was
made up of the members of tne
Senior class, tho it is a lamentable
fact that many faces that should
have been seen were not there. The
meeting was called for the purpose
of organizing the class, for unless
properly organzied no class is deserv-
ing of the name.
After preliminary remarks by Mr.
McGee, the meeting was turned over
On Wednesday morning the Soph-
omores had their first class meeting
for the purpose of organization for
the summer term. Mr. Crabill ac_-
ed as temporary chairman during the
meeting. The following officers
were elected: President Mr. Holland;
Vice-President, Mr. Davis; Semetary,
Miss Jones; Star Reporter, Alice
Bass; Member Welfare Committee,
Mr. Danchak. Following the elec-
tinn tne oiass adiourned.
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WE HAVE I HE
Normal Students Doing
Light House Keeping
For that JULY 4 Lunch
Phone 78 and 79.
NORMAL HILL STORE
GET IT AT
Who’s Your Shoe
E. C. HORTON
J5L -W 1 1 11.
There’s a Reason Let
him dye your shoes.
North side Square.
Come to the Bible
School at the Baptist
Sunday 9:45 a. m.
An Old Ugly Building but Good Teachers
and a Hearty Welcome.
C.E. Welch, Pastor
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 3, 1920, newspaper, July 3, 1920; San Marcos, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614187/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.