The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 10, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE NORMAL STAR
H. A. JOHNSON .................................... Editor-In-Chief
C. B. CARTER ................... • •................. Business Manager
RODGERS STOREY ... ...........•• ................... Athletic Editor
B. E. SCHULZE ................. *.................... J°ke Edlt°r
M. D. MILLER .................................... Exchange Editor
MARGUERITE TYSON ....................................... Personals
PROP. GATES THOMAS .........* ‘ ............>---- Faculty Reporter
THE HANDY SHOE
1 AwirAli^ir w onil
Give us a trial and let us
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convince you. Students
work given special atten-
Next to Rogers Furniture Store
HARRISON & MERRILL
W. E. Gattis
H. E. Raison
H. F. Kuehn
Address all communications for the Star to the Editor, or leaye same m the
Star box at the Exchange. To insure early publication all communications should
be in the Star box by Saturday afternoon preceding the week of publication.
Addres!^11 matLs relating to business to the Business Manager.
For advertising rates see the Business Manager. ___
Normal Students, We Are At Your Service
Oar Entire 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 Valued
Arenstein’s Exclusive Ladies' Shop
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STAR
The STAR office is on the second
floor of the Science Building and
open all the time. Any communica-
tion or contribution for the paper
must be left on the desk or dropped
in the STAR BOX at the Normal Ex-
change. This is your paper and any
suggestions which you have will be
gladly accepted. If you know a news
item, joke, or any happening on the
Hill, write it up and turn it in. Thus
we will be able to catch everything
that happens concerning Nor at ana
really make the STAR “the paper”
to be read and enjoyed.
Perhaps you have been careful
enough to notice that the life of the
Normal is made up of the different
societies. Almost every student who
has made a success after he has left
school has been one of the students
who joined a society. It is to your
welfare to get into one of these so-
cieties. Show your want-to-succeed
spirit by joining the ranks of those
who are making a success.
Following spent the Fourth at Se-
guin: Clara Mergenthaler, Lilly
Gerdes, Leona Maierhafer, and Leome
Notwithstanding the fact that most
Normalites were out in their best
“looks” early Monday morning, a
goodly number of Chautauquans were
present in Room 13 to answer roll
call at 9 a. m. Then a motion was
put before the house to make the
meeting a one-half hour session in-
stead of the regular hour. The mo-
rion carried and the program was
carried out accordingly. While some
members were absent, yet we may
say the meeting was interesting in
every respect and it was good to be
there. Among other thing to come
before the Society was a motion,
made unanimous, granting excuses to
those members who did not answer
roll call, but who were out enjoying
the Anniversary of the Independence
of our Country with a spirit simihar
to that of ’76.
All members are expected to be
present at the next meeing At that
time important society measures, im-
portant business principles and plans
will be discussed It will be veil
wcrth your time .o know just what
takes piale m I>tm 13, Mondiy
morning July 12.
Holiday visitors to Cameron.
Florence Butts, Laura Adams, Verna
Roberts, and Feddie Lee Link.
—. ■» * " "
Inez MacBride spent the week end
Pleasure seekers in Lockhart last
week: Connie and Hattie Donoho,
Samuella Roberts. Lucy Holloman,
and Edna Reed.
Selma Lee Bostert, Ruth Huey, and
Annie Ragsdale were week end visi-
tors at Belton.
Selma Wuest went to Bracken for
Lucille McKinnon was
My Love (who never was my love),
I sometimes wonder if at even’
When the sun creeps down behind the hills
And the twilight hush descends anew
As on the summer scene so long ago,
If then you hear my heart a-calling you,
My Love (who never was my love).
My Love (who cannot be my love)
Do you ne’er watch the full moon climb,
And feel within your heart some faint echo
Of the joy that, swells i n mine—in pain
The joy of loving you—to know you’re worth
The bet my heart can give—tho gives in vain,
My Love (who cannot be my iove).
My Love (who ne’er will be mv love)
The storm is holding sway ahead,
The chilling winds make me an, the trees complain,
They rage but I fear not the EiT-king’s wrath
My hand fast claspt is held in yours, I dream
And brave I face the lightnings m my path,
My Love (who ne’er will be my love).
My Love (who might have been my love),
I wonder if Hope beckons you,
And holds your thoughts to one who’s lost to you-
Fore’er, as you are losi to me, and I
Perchance, to one who loves me well, yet shall
I turn from him, as you from me—to sigh
My Love, (who might have been my love).
If you spent thirty
Hours each week col-
Lecting material for
The paper, and editing
It, trying to keep in
Mind the caution of some
Kindly souls who admonished
You to “make it a literary
Success,” and of some
Others to run lots of
Silly jokes, an yet others
To be sure to side
In with the
Faculty; and at the
Same time to agree
With students that the
Members of that
August body are a
Lot of dead ones;
Trying to keep enough basV
Ketball news- to sat- ^
Isfy the team and boost
Band, glee clubs, and
Tech cocieties; clamor-
ing for student
Articles and then having to refuse
To print many of them be-
cause of their “unprintableness”—
Then, yes then, we say
If, after this, the
Come forth, and
You bethink you of the hour le*t
Wherein to study for
The eighteen hours work
And find you must spena it in
In endeavor to explain
To some why
You must print
The trash that others
Shouted for, or , .
Wait with loaded gun
Till you’ve explained to
Some irate Con
Trub'utor just why
His article does not
Appear on the
Front page, or
Why a Student Opinion
Article is printed
As sent in by---—
. And then tne question cafne:
DO YOU WANT “A SUMMER
Of course, ;you’d answer, “No!”
You wounld NOT!—Exchange.
Service is my motto.
Prices Right. Ladies
work a specialty.
226 N. Amtin St.
Hammett & Crews
Dealers In All
Kinds of High Grade
Barbecue a Specialty.
South Side Suare.
Oda. Vickery was a visitor in her.
home in Burnell.
GET IT AT
Who’s Your Shoe
E. C. HORTON
There’s a Reason Let
him dye your shoes.
North side Square.
Mina Gabitzsch visited her parents
at Cistern last week.
Myrtle Lackey-spent the weekend
Lena Whitis, .Saphrona Brown,
Ruby Enloe, and Julia Moehr were
week end visitors in Austin.
Mattie Hester went to Hillboro to
see her sister who was iil. ,
Annie Lawless enjoyed the Fourth
Come to the Bible School at the Baptist
Tabernacle Every 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. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 10, 1920, newspaper, July 10, 1920; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614416/m1/2/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.