The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 29, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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First National Bank of San Marcos
LOW PRICES ■
SHOES, AND HATS.
J. M. NASSAR
West Side of Plaza San Mareos, Texas
Circular Distributing Agent
for San Marcos
EX-NORMAL STUDENTS AT
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
Business Phone -292 Residence Phone - 216
Residence, 701 North Comanche Street.
OFFICE AT H. ARENSTEIN’S STORE
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sometimes known as “Pink” in San
Marcos, giving an excellent account
of himself as he always did. here,
having made 24 grade points the
last term that he attended this insti-
tution. These young men have
already received two promotions this
year and it goes without saying that
this proves that they are making
good. We are indeed glad to hear of
this success of our friends and fel-
low sufferers of by-gone days. In
the Economist Department, wo 1 in.d
Mr. C. A. ’ 14 making a
worthy recovSuj He *• U as one of
the best in fool among ihe student
There are others who are not in-
structors who are making illustrious
showings. In; the Education Depart-
ment, Mr. Garlin, Editor of the
Pedagog in ’i7, is doing graduate
work and doing such creditable work
that he has- been granted a Peabody
Scholarship. Mr. Clyde E. Barnes is
v ice President of the Students Asso-
ciation and a leader among the
students who do things at the Uni-
versity. We are under the im-
pression that he is an instructor in
B. A. but are not certain. Miss
Fannie Preston who once taught
Spanish here , in the Normal Is now
teaching in the University and is a
member of the S. W. T. N. Club
there. And Mss Kniker an ex-
Normalite is now teaching regularly
m the Biology Department. There
are certainly more things of interest
us about these exNormalites who
are doifijj much valuable work in the
University, but the writer had only a
short stay in Austin and was unable
tv ge 1 all <tip details on trie
113 W. Hopkins Street
NORWOOD TAILOR SSOP
Service and Courteous
k French Dry Cleaning
One Day Service - Phone 314
Special rates to picnic crowds
......... Phone 86.........
JOHN H. DOBBINS
5 to 50c Store
Just Received A Fresh Shipment of Chocolate Candy
VALENTINES ON SALE NOW
MR. GARRET HONORED AT
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courses under some of the instructors
whose books are used by practically
all colleges for teachers in the
United States, among whom are
Profs. Phelps,. Alexander, Locke/
and other prominent authors.
8. GOMEZ & CO.
0\ar Drug I^ine is Complete
Try us. South Austin Steet
Make Our Store
CHAS. W. JENNINGS, Prop.
NEGRO MINSTREL MAKES
Spring goods arriving in
New showing of Spring Coat Suits
Canton crepe and Taffeta dresses
Watch Our Show Windows
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Ushers: Josiah S. Borwn, Ed. L.
Evans; I. Ball Woodson, J. E. Her-
rington; Ben C. Strahan, Van K.
Jones; Henry McWilliams, G. Jones;
Boker T. Sholts, Paul Milam; Gen.
Spurgeon Smith. LaBauve,
Grandmother, Lula H.
R. F. Robinson.
Preacher, Darius A.
The only changes made in the cast
for last night’s performance were
Hamilton Barrow for bride and Her-
bert McGarrity played the part of
another grandmother. Mr. Mc-
Donald substituted for Mr. Barron
Monday nighl because of illness of
A. B. ROGERS
Undertakers and Embalmers
San Marcos, Texas
A better store for men.
pressing called for and
Patronize Star advertisers.
L. J. Dailey
Staple & Fancy
Phone 181 & 182
S. W. Corner Square
THE HANDY SHOE
Next To Rogers
Shoe Repairing Our
BIG SHOW HERE MONDAY
Theatrical fans will have an op-
portunity Monday night of attending
one of the best amateur shows ever
staged, according to newspaper re-
ports. The show is “22 Minutes
From Broadway,” and will be staged
iv the New Theatre under the
auspices of the Business Woman’s
Ciub of Austin. The show packed
the Handcoek Theater in Austin two
nights in succession, and according to
the newspaper critics^ it was <?ne
long laugh. The show is aided by
the University male quartet.
And See how your Daily Bible
Reading Account stands before
Fidelis-Berean Classes 9:45 a. m.
B, Y, P. U, 6B5 p. m.
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 29, 1921, newspaper, January 29, 1921; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614391/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.