The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, February 20, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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THE NORMAL STAR
First National Bank of San Marcos
SERVICE, THE KEY NOTE
Service in Our Jewelery and Optical Repair
Shop is the Best, Quick, Exact. Bring
us Your Repairs—Watches,
Glasses Fitted That Please.
PAUL C. MOORE JEWELRY CO.
Students know something about the ability
of Mr. Woodson and Mr. Birdwell as teachers.
They are both teachers of large and interesting
classes in our S. S. come and join one of them.
C. E. WELCH, Pastor
State Bank & Trust Go.
Guaranty Fund Bank
Normal School Depository
We Cater to Students Wants. Visit
us When in Need of Anything in our
Line. We Appreciate Your Trade.
DRUGS AND SODA
I H. HARRISON
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
Fair Treatment to All
One Price Store
“Miss America” Middy Suits in
All Fabrics—Silks, Linens and
Miss America is a Middie Suit
Without a Rival.
New Spring Goods Coming E\ery
Day in Each Department
Iff® ®r@wi Stafi®
DUKE & AYRES
5 to 50 Gents Store
Toilet Articles Music and Fresh Candies
SPECIAL INVITATION TO STUDENTS
Preaching hours, 10:50 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School 9:45. Senior League 6:30,
Junior Missionary Society at 3:30 p. m.
Prayer Service every Wednesday at 7:15p.m.
THERE IS ALWAYS A WELCOME FOR NORMAL STUDENTS
AT OUR CHURCH, AND TO ALL OTHERS. COME!
JOE F. WEBB, Pastor
The Administration Club held
its regular meeting at the Normal
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 8 p. m. The
meeting was called to order by
the president and after all pre-
liminarries, Mr. Rode opened the
discussion on “The Administ.ra-
tor in Relation to the Communi-
y. We followed the discussion
i thl..us?5al manner—‘fRound
table tjalks And quite| a nu
ber °jf gO'od points were sug-
gested the problems that con-
iront, the administrator which
pertain to a particular communi-
ty ~~~ what the administrator
should do as a leader—what, he
should know as a leader of the
community, etc. Listen! Why
were you not present? Is it
because yon have forgotten your
own interests! Do you think
you measure up to the standard
of a competent administrator?
Or do you think there is nothing
to be gained by coming to these,
meetings? II it be the latter,
your misguided ideas should be
somewhat remedied. We are
going to do some real practical
work in working up these dif-
ferent phases of questions that
the administrator has to deal
with in actual work as a teacher
and leader. Do you know what
you are up against!? If you
have had any experience, you do
know some of them. If you have
no^ experience, you probably
think of some of the problems.
but you are still at the “water’s
edge” and will always be if you
do not work out these problems,
either in practical work, or some
thinking and discussion followed
by close observation. The club
has voted only one night in each
month to be given to this work,
that is, where we all meet to
elaborate on the subject in hand.
Owing to some conflict____? we
cannot make <a full statement of
the next meeting other than this •
We will have a meeting some-
time in the next three weeks.
The question that will be dis-
cussed is practical, vital, and a
question that needs to be worked
out—not only from the teachers’
point of view—but most, of all
the childs beneficial standpoint.
For these reasons we have great
pleasure in statjng this topic.
“A Study of the High School
Curriculum of the San Marcos
High School.” ((This is the S. M.
H. iS. and Normal Training (School
doing high school work.) You
are to help in this discussion so
get ready either by doing some
observing or some practical
thinking. We want all the mem-
bers of the men of the faculty
present—as an audience.
ORGANIZATION OF POST OF
Recently, at the City Hall,
Post No. 114, American Legion
was formally organized. The
following officers were elected:
William Gaines, Post Commander;
Tom C. Johnson, Vice Post Com-
mander; Howard Woodall, Post
Adjutant; Ralph Watkins, Post
Finance Officer ;* Charles S.
Smith, Post Historian; Oran Pat-
terson, Marvin Charleton and
Oran W. Olietb, Executive Com-
mittee; George MacNaughton, F.
G. Erney, Louis Lawrence, and
Ernest J. Petty, Membership
Committee. 'The Post has been
started with a membership of 52,
and the report of the member-
ship committee will show a great
increase of membership.
THE DRUG AGE
A beauteous maiden is my Grace,
Her cheek is like the rose,
And every time I kiss her face
I get, a bright red nose.
And when I plant upon her lips,
A small salute and chaste,
The lipstick that she uses leaves
An unromantic taste.
Whenever I salute my girl,
And add some cheerful hugs,
I swallow, in my boundless joy,
Nine different kinds of drugs.
Go mine is but a sorry lot,
And mournful is my place,
I must become a drug fiend if
I want to stick with Grace.
And when my friends walk slow
This stark and rigid frame,
And scatter flowers upon my bier,
Jnst say that I died game.
Come out and root for Normal
tonight thereby helping our five
-«► ♦ ♦--
Have your picture made a:
Brack’s Studio today.
THE MEAN THING
First Male Cynic: “Women are
like the flowers in the field, dais-
Second Male Cynic: “Why ex-
cept the daisies?”
First Male Cynic: ‘Daisies
won’t tell’. ”
The Rexall Store
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
All kinds of
Home made candies
Plain and fancy
Joe the Tailor
CLEANING & ckESSING
MISS FRANCES M. ROBERTS,
HOURS:—9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. r
500 W. Lindsey
For prompt service
Service Cars and Baggage
For High Class Photos
we also do Kodak
finishing E. K.
films for sale.
Cape Building Next to Post Office
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, February 20, 1920, newspaper, February 20, 1920; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614442/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.