The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1954 Page: 4 of 4
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Friday, October 15, 1954
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• Band Instruments
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STREET FLOOR READY-TO-WEAR
Teen-Age Book Club Offers
16 Popular Books In October
Last year America’s youthful
readers purchased a total of 2,400,-
000 of these books at 25 and 35
This year marks the organiza-
tions ninth year of operation. By
mid-1955 it will have issued some
thirty books not otherwise avail-
able in paper covers.
Each month, club members
choose from a list of 16 popular
titles. A member receives one free
book for every four that he buys.
RELOMS two piece classic
adds the popular 'plus’ to your
wardrobe. Fresh white rib knit
neck and cuffs accent this basic
crease resistant dark toned
flannel. Skirt h cs ur,pressed
pleats ail the way around.
Sizes 8-16 7-15
“More than half a million teen-
agers in thousands of unique class-
room groups in junior and senior
high schools throughout America
are calmly contradicting those
gloomy prophets who saw TV as
the doom of reading among the
nation’s young people.”
The above quotation is the first
paragraph of a release from the
Teen Age Book Club, sponsored
by the Scholastic Magazine to pro-
vide paperbound editions of the
world’s best books for teenagers.
Prance right down to our
"Cafe of Values"
for the best FREE PENCILS
and for the best in
with lots of juicy,
• Thick, delicious Malts
• Plate Lunches - -
full meal for 55c
One block East of
By Jo and Jody
Well, as you can tell we have
been listening to “Tennessee” Er-
nie Ford on TV as we “struggled”
through the pile of four items in-
trusted to our care. There’s not
much cotton picking news, but
More clubs have begun their or-
ganization and elected officers for
the year. Telling New Truths
elected Wayne Culp president,
Doug Hutton vice-president, Jo
Marie Boothe secretary-treasurer,
and Bill Sparks reporter.
The Being Biologists Club elect-
ed Jerry Perryman president, and
Donald Myrick vice-president. Mr.
Bobby Mitchell, Texas Tech stu-
dent, who showed “The Golden
Eagle” to homeroom 239 several
weeks ago, will reshow the film
to the BBC at their regular meet-
ing. This film is on the native
West Texas eagle.
The Melvil Dewey Club, com-
posed of students who work in the
library, elected Nancy Jones pres-
ident, Jackie Blair vice-president,
Margaret Myrick secretary, and
Don Hogue parliamentarian.
These students help circulate
and care for a collection of more
than 860 books which circulate
among 2,200 students. The club is
affiliated with the Teen-Age Li-
brary Association of this district
and the State Association. One of
its members, Nancy Thompson, is
secretary of district, which holds
its first meeting of this year in
Dumas, Saturday, Oct. 30.
National Honor Society met
Tuesday morning and elected
Richard Estes president, Harold
Hammett vice-president, Kenny
Cummings second vice-president,
Liz Creson secretary, and Sarah
The Band Girls held their for-
mal initiation Sunday afternoon
at Mary Alice McElwee’s home.
Pledges turned in 200-word themes
they had written. Each pledge re-
ceived a miniature bust of a fa-
Roy Webb, FFA president, ex-
Westerners George Harris, G. A.
Law and Bennett Davis left Mon-
day for a National Future Farm-
ers of America Convention and
Judging Contest in Kansas City,
Mo. Each of these boys won a
stale judging contest to be eligible
to judge livestock in the national
contest. The boys will judge in
five different divisions.
Good luck to Don Baker, Tony
Gibson, Jimmy Bateman, Ramon
Stotts, Bobby Holmes, Roy Wayne
Edwards, James Mead, Cary Mur-
dock, Bobby Lane, and Jackie
White, who have entered breeding
sheep, fat lambs, and burrows in
the State Fair in Dallas for FFA.
That's all. There could be more,
but you know how it is!
Jo and Jody
Senior Personal Cards
Ordered Last Spring
Distributed To Students
Personal cards for insertion in
graduation invitations arrived for
A memory book, entitled “Sen-
ior Days” was presented each sen-
ior who placed an order last
Seniors who have not placed
orders and who wish to will have
an opportunity to do so in early
December, according to Mrs. A. A.
Holmquest, clerk in the attend-
Dr. C. Earl Hildreth
2421-B Broadway Ph. 2-4828
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1954, newspaper, October 15, 1954; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662350/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.