The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 17, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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THE NORMAL STAR
ENID BENNETT, In
Keeping Up With Lizzie
A FIRST CLASS, SNAPPY PLAY
RELEASED THROUGH THE PATHE EXCHANGE
S. H. N. I.
The Houstonian boasts of six let-
I ter men among those coming out for
: Basket Ball this season. They ought
to be able to turn out a winning quin-
tet with that kind of * material. ,
In looking over the statistics we find
that Denton ranks eleventh in atten-
dance among the colleges and univer-
sities of the United States during the
summer of 192L Its attendance of
2,736 exceeded that of Harvard.
C. I. A.
Dean E. V. White of C. I. A. has
been honored by the action of the
State Text Book Commission in adopt-
ing his text in Mental Arithmetic.
The Thresher Staff suspend their
j publication during this week on ac-
count of examinations. They evid-
ently want to come back to Rice after
Tulsa University’s outlook for funds
from the Rockefeller Foundation is
very bright according to the Collegian.
We meet all trains, let us call for
you. Phone 86.
AS YOU LIKE IT
HERE’S WISHING YOU THE SAME OLD WISH-
A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WISHING ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Quality Drugs and Soda ,
“Stroman’s ideal girl is a ‘blue-eyed’ f
‘blond-haired,’ ‘heart-breaking’ baby ' f
doll.—Where do I get that stuff? He •
told me so!”
| Mr. Vernon (after several failures to
get his question answered): “Next!”
Christmas Time Is Jewelry Time—
No gift is more highly appreciated than
wel chosen Jewelry.
Remember the Place that ,
Stands First for Quality .
HARRISON AND MERRILL
Optimism vs. Pessimism
She: “Only two more weeks till
He: “Only four more off-nights.”
A beautiful Doll to be given away
Chrisftnas Eve. See doll in our show
window. A ticket with every dollar
purchase. DeYoung Variety Store.
A fashionable restaurant has a sign
displayed which reads: “We are not
responsible for wearing apparel.” Af-
ter looking some of it over—especially
on the fair young things—you couldn’t
really blame the proprietor for play-
Harry : “I dfeamt I died last night.”
Larry: “What woke you up?”
Harry: “The heat.”-Wirginia Reel.
CLEANINGS FROM THE PRESS
“A Better Store For Men”
CLEANING AND PRESSING CALLED FOR AND
Telephone Number 42
The Brown Studio
WE WISH EVERYBODY AN ENJOYABLE
TIME DURING THE XMAS HOLIDAYS.
Shipping hides is a skin game these
days, decides the Whitewater Inde-
pendent. The farmer skins the ani-
mals and the freight department skins
The Altoona Tribune protests that
it is expecting too much for man to
be perfect when even the sun has
spots on it.
The Topeka State Journal para-
phrases Mr. Riley thus: “The froth
is on the home brew and the kick is
in the wine.” %
When a man and a woman have
been made one, the honeymoon is
the time spent in finding out who is
that one, explains the Eureka Herald.
Some hardened smoker must have
quit, comments the Wamego Times
upon reading that about $2,000,000
less was spent for cigarettes this year.
(By Bee V. Dee.)
“The elevator to success is not run-
ning ; you will have to take the stairs”.
We should worry, Old Dear. We are
used to climbing Normal Hill.
There is not much likelihood of our
talking with mars if their operators
are anything like the ones on. Earth.
It is reported that a Dutchman will
attempt to fly to the moon. I’ll wager
he believes that old yarn about it be-
ing made of cheese.
The “Witchs’ stew” in “Macbeth”
sounds like a recipe for making high-*
power, high voltage home brew.
What will the skunk do to protect
his sovereignty if chemical warfare
Pickens : “I’m going to be an ar-
Horton: “Yes, a builder of air-cas-
tles, no doubt.”
We recommend that Kaderli be pen-
alized five hours for holding—in a
We would suggest that a muffler be
put on that pencil sharpener in the
CALL YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION to the wonderful offer
VV we are making in paying to our cash customers a sound dis-
count by means of America’s greatest and oldest service:
THE GREEN STAMPS
One Stamp will be issued on each 10 cent purchase. We give you
a little book in which to keep the Stamps and when it is filled with the
Stamps obtained here and at other stores you came to the Redemp-
tion Station at our store and make your selection from a display of
Premiums. The minute you see the quality of Premiums, their
value and usefulness you will then'appreciate the necissity of saving
H&C Green Stamps. Come to Our Store and see these beautiful and
valuable articles and let us explain to you the full meaning of this fa-
mous i)&C Profit Sharing Discount.
H. BREVARD COMPANY m
“The House of Vetoes”
Dry Goods, Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Mens Clothing, Notions
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 17, 1921, newspaper, December 17, 1921; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614222/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.