The Megaphone (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1924 Page: 4 of 4
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Fine Arts Department Gives
Program in University
VARIED PROGRAM GIVEN UNDER
DIRECTION OF MISS
'1 (h •' ■ r c Aits 1 >t‘|>ai't iin'iit of South
west«•! ii I iiiveisitv g.-ive ;i recital last
niclit in a very l.'irge mid ii-iii-e in the
i I n i \ i ' -1 • % auditorium. I he prograin
von si s’ d of iiumliers bv the (loral
(Mill . line ( lull, S, I Quurlette. Striae
Qua i 11 ' e, \ in I in solos, vocal solos, pi
am. readinos and piano duets.
The i i : a,sc from the audience proved
TO AN OLD DOLL
How still you seem to lie asleep
I n that old dusty wooden hox,
A faded glow upon your dimpled cheek,
A cobweb twining in vour golden locks,
The little pink silk party frock,
1 made you with such pains,
All rumpled up and blighted
With t hose d read fu I mildew stains.
I wonder if perhaps you dream
Some tender dream of fairyland,
Of davs when little mother laughed and
And led her royal princess by the hand,
t Mad in her silks and laces ti lie,
And served her dainty cup of tea,
And told her splendid stories
i >f t he uueeii she w as to be.
HONOR COUNCIL NOTICE | Elizabeth McHwain of San Marcos
- and Mrs. Richard Hawkins of Hunts-
As examination time approaches, the | ville visitetd Mary Lee and Ruth Htew
University Honor Council realizes the art this week-end,
necessity of impressing the student body -
In vel v child of vest onlay,
poor forgotten prim-ess fair.
- also been
\ ea r is o\ er.
I kne.-I here in the cobwebs and the dust
i'o (ouch again a ringlet of your hair.
I w under, sha II I v a ke you now,
Who loved your little mother so;
I fa 'ter, but a w h isper comes
avers gen ! Iy , • ‘ no. ’
with the idea that ‘‘Honesty is the best
policy.’’ Every member of the council
is of tin1 opinion that the Council should
seek to bring about the proper spirit
among the students as regards the honor
system. Too iiiiinv students think of
the work of the Honor Council as try-
ing to sneak around and catch some one.
Hut t his is entirely wrong. The work
and general policy of the Honor Council
this year is to inculcate in the minds of
the student bodv that much talked ot
” proper attitude.” As the president
ot’ tiie Council said in his talk in chapel,
we regard cverv student ns a lady or
gentleman. So far we have been right
in t his assumption. So far we have not
had a single ease. We desire to have
more of that pinper’^spirit on the part
nt' the student body and less trying of
eases. Let us all remember t iris dur
S. U. Students’ Headquarters for
East 8th St. Georgetown
T. C. GAHAGAN
Glasses Fitted— Satisfaction
Odd Fellows Building-
FARMERS STATE BANK
Solicits your account and will
give careful attention to all bus-
iness entrusted to it.
We appreciate the liberal pat-
ronage we have had in the past
and hope to merit a continuance
of same in the future.
All of our facilities are
at vour service.
FARMERS STATE BANK
U? S. U. PRESIDENT
ADDRESSES STUDENT BODY
, 'jiresiiieiit ut’ Sui
' . . v\ ;i.s in (11 - i 11 get u \\
i - ■ b 11-i-ssi'd the --tilili'i
the ■ -
. - ■.•! nun r. Dr. II urn i;
in t • ■
• ■•rest of t In- new
• u it is visit u ml Jidrses?
; i‘i- in I nl by t lie st m
i . joy h is talk s.
11” t he Tex -
ii 1 h west ei'll
III In nl v nt
s t i n v cling
- in chapel
. l )i 11 vii m I e i lies t h e, I ms
I Where prim nml plodding grown ups are,
Where I must dwell content to view
'Those childish kingdoms from afar.
1 You. sweet une, undisturbed shall rest,
( I n ijiiiet, slumber on,
i A ml dren in of lit t le mot her
- Long after she lias gone.
— Frances Love.
CLASSICAL CLUB REORGANIZES
AND APPOINTS COMMITTEEE
A SOLE REVIVER
of a most reliable kind, is good,
sound, honest, leather, properly
put in a shoe, fur there is an art
in repairng, a< in making shoes,
the diffeinee of right, or wrong
mending meaning- satisfaction or
the reverse. Me hold our repair
patrons because we always please
Quick Service in Altering
W. H. COWLEY
The Classical Club met in regular ses-
sion Nov. 14th at the home of Professor
u; n spoke on the unification of ! T,l° 1»i«!t’nt, Starkey Duncan, j
it.cm and Southern d i visions of "ut ,,ri(,,1.v 1 h<‘ 1,!:1,1S t'1"' tll,> '
i.-o.iist Clmi-i-h ill America. His'"1- .v,‘i,r- Tvvo '•"inmittees were up-
interesting, appropriate and pointod: the membership committee of
II,, stated ‘‘It is eharae- 'J(MI Etis Pace, Lucille Mays and Grace
big minds tu seek and em-lHox: tll(> program committee of Albert
..idiils of agreement, while it is j (ir:,.v’ KathU’en Walker, and Tommie
isi ie of small minds to seek I l,il11’ T,u’ <',uh adjourned to meet De-
li i/.e jiui ii t s of disagreement.’’ I 1(111 'n’r 1 - f h.
.-.I that there were no sensible--—-------------
why the Methodist Church !
e divided in America, and gave
pie of w here the work of one I
was supplementing that of the
mis causing a wasteful expendi-
miiie.v. He stat ed, ‘ ‘ (iml may j
d ed in a bat t le, but never in a
a,” and he urged that the col- I
• pte of today give thought to I
t--1 ions so that in the future
. in* corrected. I
week our Holiday
Goods will be on
Cash Bargain Store
after every meal
Cleanses mouth and
teeth and aids digestion.
Relieves that over-
eaten feeling and acid
Its 1-a-s-t-l-n-g flavor
satisfies the craving for
Wrlgley*s Is double
value In the benefit and
pleasure It provides.
Seal*ftt in it• Purity
DR. W. H. MOSES
1 > University Physician
Office at Stone’s Drug Store
DR. R. S. TINSLEY
Office 319 Res. 164
DRS. MARTIN, MARTIN & MARTIN
Dr. S S. Martin, Phone 401
Dr. John Martin, Phone 168
Dr. Walter Martin, Phone 301
OFFICES AT HODGES BROS, AND
THE MARTIN HOSPITAL
MISS ITELKA EVANS IN
THE MUSICAL AMERICA
Ei: I > -n the fall the Musical America
sent ' ' :i. ijiiextinniiaire to various rep-
resent;.H.e universities and colleges of
tiie t ;.;:' d Slates making an effort to
find i>. ..‘..it pa it music occupied in the
life ei '1 .- stiiiients and how the •stu-
dents >> .i study music compare intel-
lect u,J , , i-1111 nratly and in academic
stand;! g with those students who do
riot stud, music, and also other things
pertain ug to music in the schools and
In Musical America of Oct. IS, a gen-
eral M.iem.'iry of the views is given.
Among Timse quoted are D. S. [Smith,
Yale University: ii. L. Butler, Syracuse
University; C. B. Stiven, University of
llliiiuis, Director of Music TMilane Uni-
versity; H. C. Macdougall, Wellesley
Col leg ( , and many others of note, also
our own Miss Id tel k a Evans, who makes
this statement: ‘‘I consider that the
study ot music has a great influence up-
on tin general educational equipment
of any student. It trains the mind to
accurate quick thought, develops the I
power of concentration, gives a person
poise and broadens the general outlook
■“Heads of educational institutions
favor it in the abstract, hut do not al-
wa\s seem willing to spend tiie money
necessary to support it. However, I
think that more and more tiiev are re-
alizing its value.
‘‘Students who study music are bet-
tor intellectually, broader in their
know I, dge than those who take no art
subnet Culturally they are decidedly
better d in academic sta uling they
average above others. To the fourth
quest ion 1 have not paid particular at-
tention, lienee have no intelligent, mi
Hwer. During the past twelve years I
have in <'ii teaching in Texts and 1 have
been particularly interested in just
Let “Dud” have your “Duds’
Quality and Service
American Steam Laundry
D. Richardson, Agent
She flavor lasts
J ighten up your room with plants
auu cut (lowers. Shell, the Florist.
......-RcigbDm op rorrr moms XflTfl plants
and i ut (lowers. Shell, the Florist.
Miss Rachel Dunnaway of th'c Y. W.
(-. A .of Hniversity of Texas, will be at
the Worn.tin ’« Building next Wednesday
to conduct the vesper services.
Waiter, Hoorn is iritliajfo - -
IF you have worn Florsheim Shoes you
know how well they satisfy. If you
have not worn them get a pair now.
Quality and Servtce
Men’s Shoes Half Soled
Ladies Shoes Half Soled
Hodges Bros. Beanty Parlor
GENERAL LINE OF BEAUTY
Phone 66 for Appointment
LORAINE IMHOFF, Operator
Paris, Elmer’s, Nunnally’s and
Christmas Box Candies
and Bulk Chocolates >
----f |rf r r
Where There is Beauty
We Take It
Where There is None
We Make It
R. J. Stone
DR. REGINALD PLATT
1520 Ash Street
Quality and Service
— .... rrrmfff 1—rr r r rjjjjjj.
Mood Hall Tailoring Co.
“The Students* Tailor**
Students Work a Specialty
Walter Beel» Mood Hall Agent
D. T. Hebert ,.tf Phone 41&j1
Athletic Equipment for Every Game
Sold through your own dealer
CULLUM & BOREN, Dallas, Texas
Griffith Lumber Company
GEORGETOWN-AUSTIN BUS UNE
LEAVE GEORGETOWN: LEAVE AUSTIN:
8:00 A. M. 10:30 A. M.
1:30 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
6:00 P. M. 10:30 P. M. ;» ?gy
Austin Headquarters: Rogers Oaf a, Phone 6664
■ Montgomery Bros. Service Station, Photo 300
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Moore, Walter. The Megaphone (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1924, newspaper, December 9, 1924; Georgetown, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth621085/m1/4/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Southwestern University.