Dynamo (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 24, Ed. 2, Wednesday, April 26, 1933 Page: 1 of 1
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Published Weekly by Students of Senior and Junior Nigh Schools
Jin. i;ui:i Ki.suiiKii; mkuu an I!Iu;(M.nuuh.l texas wkdn'ksday ai'P.ii. 2i;. ism
TEAM TO PLAY
ON MAY 11
Jenkins fB' on n pu in. Saturday
P..erkent1de football fans will) " 'y
hav a rhana- to ee Uie l3it team rnwn
n a.t-.n on Buch.roo Field I tr Jv" Wcwtter Much ht
i . .i. w.v li .!. ue u.. ihead In the Hon' cage when she
. e. ..fine fi .i.i. -r rg.imsa-
'! mad- :li f n.'i.oer wh.. !
vr earned .- . i v. epreent
r th sett. 4 m -.me neilvlty
ir nd J M.it- program
ultte rh-iittnan r-tndav
Hi llril hv t lite I
IIIIIIK I I ' Hg. ' f'.l 'li'-
jri.lirun I I' ii ! wt 'f-.' '
i. iik mJ-
t i k a rid n
l.iUd f .1 i
' in the tin in.
II. 'el e-t Hi a tf
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ill ti. .tpp III.
h s. he h r f
Ml' t llll ' 1'
lh '.. lean
r I ' .t ulr - ili t.. rtpp i ii
i illowfl ' h " ii- ti ' '
i. .U.I tar Mill- t mi v
h..tll said lh ! lean
Ir dfsltnntfsl .y diffteht -II
j'lxj. t -i- Ainu ami tip
i.i thi Nay.
A 'h adeui i n prr" will
f I. w priii. i'i fiv i-nU f.
i -i FMt rttii tin. At l at leant
l-n rnts (.r a.luli virjnt those I
I . d. tier full F - I. "I
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t t..wnfO... M.it.n an
.. .. i-.. ik. -.. u.11 Km
i iiKK.ii .. . s t " --
. rd by in 'II" lub in having
athl'ie pli'urs tskn and framed
elub room furnishril tr
T r ul nJttn mi W4 lilerwl-
y - -if h- n"h'v' th:i
. . -nd nhr playa We all
kr w whnr It i b- i"r tha.a
ill und ttf ! 'ni is oe'
r i ci ul ion in ' 'k t i .i"'! fh-it
on t findlnn a .lime in the pocket
if n .l oer ..... th.t ..
vided there I. an it
Hob Hryan w'p.
r ' i- hospital
r.r out enjoy n
i" ly n
fl.it of hi i
. t Itlltl
e ..ri the camp i- irrei-n but "i
yo'i nny htivc . pretty nurn- to
i k a' That i t- - ni
I ve run shtrt ..n idea this e-k
r r this ruiumn The niiium 'ib
.tin torpid frvm t.i long wln'er
Me. ! ..-..- -v -
i.. hi. me fill thla aoace next
. t. t. .ll ..b. ..m In link.
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Ht. iazvria i n te -'.a r" "
of Latin Contest
M 4 .'..ir. Latin t. -mi her recelv
e 'he rep tin week of flhe
.i... i...m.i t.ei.i in Mineral
VH..H- .t-u.t it... ftki mo. '
d . Hith l. nd l" Haul-1
w ireHcl.UU lie. kenrldge In
. f uinament
A.c rdiog "- reie.rt Lydla
Iti.Ui I hvW mad.' i Te ir Rs.
d l.l. tU'diwi. und. a grude
f fH Ihe I!.. Ki4.le madelfrir.S ' IWlCr
This tournajneiit a the first
ine thee tu-o girls had ever n-
erel U v.aa al Miss t'upe'e
f r t tunc to rtaili anyone for a
iirt.umrnt . we were proud of
he gnl und Mum Cup.
eU' IjllUriCt JI
l...f.. t'y.i.mi .
.t.. . . ... ..
iiiiis'i aaaa !' a
I have heurd of al. kinds ul
. i.rtets but w.. eve he-.rd of
iiuaitft of bwgi Mowers
On ui count '( h "regular a' j
rndirxe f -id i!l player.
hwe been tral.-l f. i new one all
tri.l ii.o.t of eiii The player
rw i onswt of iltet Park
Jj. k Care) IIvI.Ia iKiuglua. and
Hi hie Duvi
file firat three menlMHtesJ uie
i.lmle from Junior High and
they are doing n mlgrity Tod job.
ki They art being prepared this
spring for three years of service
in -Senior High School before
Iticb e Davis I graduated this
-tjntry if StinnysWe the ope
rriij to e given y the Junior
chit flub under the u.ei v.iou
f M4 Kran.es Hendei.un ha
hern indefinitely post p. ne. because
if . inet among tit . -' Mia
Hen If ikon stated shut eh hoped
' . present the o-retta in about
w i weeks
Kaiu.uet Date Set
rtie .Iiinlur.Senlor bniiiet has
hem Nch'dillcd for I'rid iy
night. Msy It. announced I'rlu-
Vflpal .Ino. K. Ilallcy jeslerday
evenliic- lrl' IruuldrH will new
begin the problem of an ee-
Naoma Smith Vivian f'orburti.
France DuPriest Chubby Wohl '
'fold Ki'ward Che and Willi'
' down T Rlehte Dwelt In
" Sunday ntg.. I
I Onnl Groves and FWynn WHenn
i'e nut. about e h other again
Glynn (Vvinglon and hi Kill
hive had h 'hit-ttp
Hilhe Arfktns went to Ranger
Mar tmn where ware you ''I
t tti ftthr nlKhl
K.tiiit- Johnann ant Sumlny
t'nrk- with Malne Ritchie anilIMIn. j.unlta ItMt Mara Km fn
Uhonin IHrhmin what' his
n itn and ihes hi beat jftil frlemt
VVt7 llanni and Janet
NrHU Hay and CVryn.
.n fining Saturday.
rVr'nn-e and fl'Nla Mae
nt i.i Itangrr MaHurduy
ytM HramttH went tu h
tanway In Dalian Satuntay '
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Klth Olbba ami Vlu Jo
rtira wni Mi diwit nunuar. i
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jain .miinii wrni to niepneuviii
Kiiaabrth Coaby HTorlae In;.
S.rh Moor. lial Jnile Ottltrajt N FntK Nmi D(vg
w-n o KacaaaHr Friday nhL IortJtlv rarVi j jMrt J(ieR
Mary An IlemlertHn went to rmkt Thlrmnn o PrlMi n
hear t'rti OiUowny Irt DaHi. Sot- 0.Nn ani nonjW m
Arthur Atftailik. Dttvlt Jfi-gi itn.l
rUS Hue Arum nuSStSL VTL
. .. . ... Hr-uk-nrMge High Mrbnnl. cnter-
riarico Andrtr tvent the week-
enl in Abilene. '
Hobble WoojU Itrltton Prultt
J "' ". s""1y-
If" " ""J? "'" " M'n'
t .1 Wella Munduy
ri;tnia l '.(pel in and Sybil liu-.
a.. I i'e went to Kdxtlund l''ridny
iv. i ! Poe went to Mineral Wella
MnUred Kuh want to Hangar
m u afternoon. 1
1 Mis Oulnn went to Mineral
Uiu Sunttay afternoon.
Irene Waaiey ap-W the wee'e-end
in f'ryaul t'Mla.
It look m Uwuuh J. T. ICIHa i
hlvl m;e ea.nponuou ov.r .
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bor from Woudaon
perhaps her old Ilomao) in re-
K.ir.l to Ml-a Lola Good.
I r..n.o-.n .itu ana ""x
il--Min are in love.
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The Home Oconomic Department
.. soing to have a style show Wed
-e-oy an.rmwn in aaten-oiy. iih
ituls will model the dresae thy
..e made In class.
I toy Ntnthcutt. Bill Prtser ed'
Howell. Her ford Odell floy An-'
.e-uy an.rmwn in aeten-oiy. in.'
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". nerioru uueu iwy ai.-
"- Klton Hodges. Itobbl Woods!
Bna " numoei or uinrr. will inoiui
M.tK .Km a.l. Tib. t..lmki..n M. . 1 1
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be five cnts.
I nnst KnsiPluiir
Ihe O A. A. baseball teams
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have been very active for XAe past
-.i. Tw. ...ini.. l... i.
i between the different classes In
j high acboot
j Th gtuniM started Hst Monday
-i the junior defeated the aoiiH
"ii.. iea The second game waa
piiyed Thursday and the junior
.1. ( sled tie .onlora.
-MnAiMnir Inn. 7Uarlatt lfaf.
( (i )r( . h1W)ai 0fw Kfcjer
Kuty HwMn vivian DavldisMj.
HuU Unnntli Vera Watson. Louise
a Mary jtiller.
jl)rHur team France Matthes
til Ma.xine Jordan. Lois Hnelling.
Peail Dtckersun. Anita Hood and
kWntar team Alia Dodds lc.
tlwynath Liles. JumU Taylor.
Kdlth M'-lnter Dot is Minchew.
and olffle Ruth Pel fry.
Play Day Planned
liy Girl Athletes
The O A A has atartetl plan
ning far Ihe play day to be held In
I May. A conimittee consiitlng of
I tiwyneth Llle. general ahalnimn;
Maxlne Jordan Affile Ituth Pel
frey. and Pearl Dlckeraon have
been chosen to plan for the play
tturrouattinj; tehools are InvlUil
to thi play day
Glee Club Enters
Contest In Abilene
Thirty member ef the girls'
choral club will go to Abilene Sot-
I urd iy to pbituipute in a oentest
I betveen the organlzxtlon of
t-hool UirougliMi' this dUtrlei.
This orguntMtton brought a new
honor to the school when It went
to Denton several weeks ago and
won second place among the Cla&s
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GHOl P I VIOl I'ICNH
A k""P of hlah -senou! student
went nn n hirnic nit hv fh. tnne
Star i;. point Sunday ami r
the day Tho wtin went r N-
aml Smith Vrvlan Cobwrn. Fmirrsn
DwlTieot ftrtwnrd dame. Wtlllo
JenWn and Oiiiliby WoMford.
. . .-r r.mw a.. a F"iiji . mm imm' inrf y koff m-
her htn- FrWay even n let. Torn Fm4io and Kay TayoiJ
DnncttfB s the diversion of ihe' wnt int that lo-t round analn!
J ivenlf;. I
I'nneh and rme w aarved n
rswea 0ial Turnbfiw. KII-atH-ih
. (IHdta Maxlne Jordan. Vera Wiit i
. . . j ..- ..-- HfiiHi ill tip" vs" w niniif ""'
CJenn. HtnlMnKs Bmmi Afkerlirg' gut the Kfn'cst whurk thf teuni r
and the boateaa. Meaar Cameiim Mr Helaer when It wan announred '
Stallnxa. ttttfar tiiUIg. Bud.lv thwt thi-y had wt.n Winning the'
Hnow. Pied Dunham. Win Ptih.p nntet I on annual trffnlri
Hull. Rwea BUIott. tiaier Dtinrim. with Mr Helaer a teams no matter .
Jak Knunt Ix-Hoy Jack Moril- whi-ir hr Is tearhlng but he wns
llniee fhirithaon. Hill lleaaun and prepuird for the wort this time j
(.KN'Kll.Vr. f.TIII!lttNn I
ic nr'Ill '
. irnlh-riM lMb .kU. fc.
itiiuiriiHK ioiih iimc" in in
w.-. . ..ii.rt- -.i
J-- -H' v. . i' s rM(i( - i- wiMmj :
Tho jtii'Ht ilitnced playeil bridge
nd puppnl corn. Thoa present
were Muxine Outhrle Uetty Mat-
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lainou nunuuy evening
nnncln(( nj brl(r W(r tle .
1tueenle Uillunt. Dil Steorna Ita
j atlw Thompeon. Meaara. Hejrry Sat
'- !. '' '" Cow-
UMI Medill and forward I'eiry
Quits Mrs. Sprat I
To Finish Term
Mia Vlrginlu McKinmy. dm-
liMitlc arts teacher resinned today
I front her jday work In tho senior
high school bttcnuae of ill health.
MIm .MoKtnney hai been III for
the put few month. but hna been
retimed by Jim. CM In Calvin until
a few days act).
Mm. Ottn Stir.it wtlt tabu th. I
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clotNi for .he remainder of tho yer.
rhm rhitllt pUn Drpnt two
nB.-e( yn Man tchoirt clusa.!aat on tha ducklmj stool dipping j
I vat. or what have you. are taking
cauly Coillcsl CllI)
f'... 7'y C. ill '
(lOCS 10 OllOlWCll
liUlllllU jfUlll'.Sl I 111)
The second annual high "n'l
mnuvai no. neiu in me juni
tllih it ll . ItttMllt m l.'rlil.i. nlivht
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This cuinlvul is sponsored cveiy
yrui by he Future rarmer boys
and the Home Economic girls tu
raise money t.. end represents-
ves to their respective conven-
The enjiyn.ent consWed of
: bingo stand lovers' tone country xiT i .... ..'...i -.......
I . ... .. i i i.i i We got our annual arvument
store soo. doll rack ami ".--... . wlwkli ' .
.'. j i.t iM -.i t-.. masd a eoupi of week .aajo its
the bathing beauty contest. Condi
P. K. Shot well won Uie cup that
waa presented to the contestant
hAVing the moat approprbite array
of hnihing acceasoriea.
To Organize New
Class In Tennis
A new claas of tennis pluyera is
to be organised in she near future
Th purpoae of this cla a will be to
prepare for the interacholuptic con-
te 4 next spring.
All girl and boy interested In
thi game are urged to join this
class for beginners.
A special bulletin will be laaued
by Mlai Clayton and Mr. Kennedy
soon Which will give the point
neceaiary In learning the giime.
Junior Play To
n y . . ' .
he UlVCn May Mr. Ualley and a ttaveltng bulld-
lng anil flagpole cleaner or may-
Ttie Junior play will be given he he wi a flag sj1 sitter this
next Thursday afternoon. May . feat of painting the pole has been
It Is a three-act play entitled "The accomplished
Abaent-Mlnded Bridegroom" Tills At first the man wanted a little
play It a ooinedy which everyone over alx dollars but as he and
will enjoy. The admission price the iireekenrtdge High School were
are lOo ami lac. both hard up and Mr Bailey la a
The east for this comedy will bgxd talker the painted otune
given next week.
In Tennis Meet
Maxlne Jordan and Lucille
Downing went to Abilene aVitur- to bo held Friday has been post-
day during the rain fr Uie III- pond until warmer weather on
district (ennls meet. account if many who wlalt to go
The glrU played Hob a dotl- swimming It will probably be held
bias match arkl were defeatej li:1 next week metiine Mi Bailey
C-3. (announced. He anid It waa entirely
Spectators mid the gnme was up to Die senior cUnta when they
1 v"v " ! ' se i h' dit h iv It
Being ( nmments. More Frivo-
lous 'Hum Serious About
Holmes o( I'litiin- Farm-
ll Wulltu'o CitM J
1 Th farmer boys finished iit
i their mUM work last week and (
til l hough not ax successful as loat
i year from the number of loving
' nips won we think the Itoya this
year pservp us muoh U mt more
rrr.111 than th. last veal Thle
dhi fr the Fnrm Hhop!
y. wn. hail been working on thi '
una. tem for two und three yart
wnll. nrf (rtle f the kieal lioys had
-vet n -hou team thre'
. .i.. .. u .tt !.. wh..
an Kt iiuppolnted
Wr're going tu udd Juat n soril
her Mbnii A. & M. Collede. IOt'
.if .nl. hava h lilan I hut thf
nBv . - for Alrfan.l I. in
ij il a3ef7vmi'a ".
th - t aiM .i.ii-m. tn imy M.m.i
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placi- to go when they graduate
from high school. That Idea is ll
wet ami we don't meun 3J! xi
cent either. When It cotnea to
hmlna well take an AkkIc six
Uhlea out of flvs nnd feel perfectly'
Uteftttl. rutUtermore. hen theyj
finish down there they are nbao-
lutely cafMkbtu of raising their own'
ham and egg. That'a mora than
you can any for moat collegu Rruil-.
Iaby Austin got hiinaelf a new'
nam while we were on the A. & '
M. trip. Doyle William. Ag teach-
er st Colorado noticed that he win
Just like Otcar in the I'opeyt corn
ice enlitto and all au "Oacar" he la
We the scribe were Ineligible'
for the contests and juat for that
1 somebody. Is going to suffer In n
i public speaking contest about My
1 13. However it may be "ua" again
'because Itom Walker still persist
that he's poll -g to represent Ureck1
Well the Future Farmer-Honi"
jKn. carnival camo off as per ot-l
'ders and Just you watt till Mr. Hol
land's wife find out that he wu
Itidgu wf a batMng baauty contest.
Maybe we'll get a holiday white he
reatipormtot. And welt hot the'
Shotwell's nevur drenmetl their
child would ever win beauty con-'
tost. It dkl thouffh even over a red j
haired voune ladv wn aee in tho of.
D w -
ftcc no.v and then.
We hear some of the four who
tnelr nourishment stnmllng now.
their nourishment atom
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talnly can heave that pill.
a lik. to uak ne.e
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Jit. Heiser uml Joe Morrov. cet
mnnv r.me of hlnun n certain few
high school pott.-' playe.1 without
paying for them It was accoin-ulw!it-il
in lerv uimm! stvla bv alll-
x (ff . a
. lacing m on the UtMe'
wnIl thf Mxl gum. starte.1. Ysah.
y.. . . f WMnthr e.
tuuu wiMfi irivrw wtn ntn onuui'i
i ts ntnti ra Is-asa a-aa.sa
nunui a senior puiy ami tor neuv-1
en's aake some good-looking bo
with a good voice who feels at
ea on a stage (since these arc'
the reasons they gave) volunteer to
get in that play so we can atopj
ducksng around corner when w'
someone coming We were totdi
l.i.t week that they had a fine ptey
but only one character. Well thkt .
charaotar isn't "us" and that's that
We have plenty of roliool spirit
etc but we take out on plays. We'd
rather ploy around the Ag depart-
ment. By the way. Hoax Walkei I
in the anine shape' only he need i
good looking junior boy.
Flag Pole Painted
Improvements have been made
all around II. H. S but hnve any
of you noticed the flag- puis? Well
to tell '.he truth it is the proud
owner of n new coat (coat of
nln. h rr.....u... k .. uffn.ld n
i.i . immiEii ioc 'iiiii n ui
down to three dollars.
Sr. Day Postponed
Senior Day originally planned
FIELD TRIP IS
About twenty five members of
the eheml.'try elas ahil the tcaeh-
ei Mr. Bailey made ft field trip
tu the water plant anil to the oil
refinery Thursday morning.
The firm part of the trip wo
to thn water plant where Mr.
Snaer serve! m guMe for ttW
gmutt. The atudenta roil ml tlmt
antite of the Impmltle are removed
from the water by adilliiR lime and
ulum Other linpttrltlea re rcniov-1
ru uy imering anil uy aiuuiiK
chlorine water. The water wita
traced by the stnilent from where
It come from Crystal KBlla to the
basin- where the Impurities are
removed nnd then to the supply
tank Mr Mpeimrr explnlneil the
uae of the chemicals in purifying
the watei the tine ! the engirt.
and tile fulirtlona of the clinrtH
Fnmi the water plant the (roup
wnt to the oil refinery They
traced the oil 'lirnilKh th plpett
fnmi sh"te it Mimes In ts cnide
oil to where it Is drawn off by
distillation in the form of Rno
line distiilati. nnd kroaene.
VAN LOON'S (JKOtJKAI'llV
llendrik Vnu Iioti
Kr the flr time the fascination
story of the earth and of what It
means to us Is set down in text undj
pictures for the general reader
The liook contains no statistics
about the import and export of raw
cotton and canned kangaroo tails.
It Is full of Information about thut
small dark object entirely sur-
rounded by "-"Mice" which is out
There are about 160 plcturea. 22J
in color There ate tevertU nmp.
These pictures and maps are all
drawn by the author himself.
Van Loon la an Interesting char-
acter. At the age of two he learn
est Dutch and at four he begun to
draw. At nine he began a Unlvenul
Historical Encyclopedia which he
discontinued two years luter for
hick of time and iper.
Band GiVes Program
The bund gti.-- a short program
in usaembly Monday. Thuy played
the folloviiit ntmiber: "Pitt
Panvher March " "InuerlI Mitch
"Perfect Dad" und "Twelfth Street
They went to town after school
to pluy at tho "Swap Day."
Hear UY" Speakers
Frank Hicks director of the Y.
M. C. A. P. B. Olenn and Hunter
M. Jones visited the high school
assembly Thursday. Mr Hicks told
about the Y. M L A. member-
ship drive ami Invited the high
school students to become mem-
bers Mr Glenn 'ild it few words
in legurd t . the Y. M. C A .ic-
tivitle. Plying School
Room Planned ;
Paris To Give Children
Bird's-eye View Of
By LAMAH MIDDLKTON
United Plesa Stuff Corie4Hndent
PAUIS Apill M UP' Approxi-
mately 10.000 school children here
will be given a skyrlde over ParN
In the next I'i months to accus-
tom the next generation to flying
This novel addition to the cur-
ricula nf Juvenile classroom I the
result of u Joint offer by the
Llgue Aeronuutlque de France nnd
the Soalete Francalne Aeronautlipie.
Volunteer pilot of both organ-
izations will be accompanied by
accredited classroom teacher who
will hold regular blackboard lec-
tin c 3000 feet In the air. The
children will be inttructod in the
chief sights of Pail und In the
i physical and geological aspects of
j the capital.
I This "flying kindergarten" orl-
j glnolly wn spoatored by Churles
Lefebure a munlcljial councillor.
. who tald recently that since air
planes will be the common car-
rier of the Immediate future chil-
dren should be acclimated to fly-
ing now and not when they are
old enough to have developed
While the two aviation societfe
have come forward to make Coun-
cillor Lefebuie' iuggetlon an Im-
mediate H)iblllty less Immediate
co-operation is expected from par-
ent who it Is felt may object to
the transfer of classrooms from
terra firmn li th clouds
Or What Have You?
Horace Mntsler "My employer
Jut toNl me to get out and o o
the UctH. Can I tiring mtlt agalnat
linger: "What did you tin ufttr
leaving- hl iitaee?"
Horace M: "I enme Immctllately
Mary Ann Hemleraon: "I hear
that you anil Mill are on the outs
Aililallne Cheney: "He'a too da
freah! I told him my father had lo
comotive 'ataxia ami the brute
wanted to know If he whistled it
Mrs. Oulnn: "rMk here you've
been owln. me thin library fine foi
a year. I'll meet you halfway I'm
ready to foi(ret half what you owe "
Anton nrttnt: "line I'll meet
you. Ill forRet the other half."
Joe Huajoy uent Into n store iiikI
picked up an uitlote wnlked nut
with It. Mild told the clerk to charge
"On what account?" called tha
"On account of not hnvlnir nny
money with me" called Joe H.
Harry Howell: "They say people
who live together grow to look
Kdlth Corley: "Then you -tlmo-lutely
mutt consider my tefusul
Grocery Dealer (rebuking clerk
for rudeness to n customer) : Jen
kin- you must remember a custiv
rtipr Is always right.
Morris Jenkins: Welt sir he sold
you were nn old shark.
Hoy Andrews: "Have you ever
Lucille Downing- "No. Hoy I
nave otten uumired men for their
strength couruge. and gtmd looks.;
hav often mltnlrei! men fnt- iin.li-1
or Intelligence but with you It ls
nil love nothing else."
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The following clubs held their j
regular meetings Tuesday after-
Spanish Club. Muse Club anil the!
The Music Club held 1IU regulnr
meeting In the auditorium. The
following program was given:
David Owloan Jnn Hrewcr.
Beethoven Hoberta Cheney.
To a Wild Hose (piano solo)
I R.ichuel u. McDonald.
The Story of Muslc-Crnee
i Th Library Club had a round
tnblt d Hussion of the ue of tho
Head Guide The Club Is hnv-
lug a contest to test the skill
finding things in that book
The Sponlih Club had u socl.il
at Its regular meeting The mem-
bers played "Donkey" repeating
the words in Spanish.
John Willander Circus May 2nd
Afternoon and Evening
'II . it' KMHItMIt
Get Your CIRCUS m
Tickets for Only A W
II KICK'S HOW:
You or your parents ninke a purchase at any of tint five stores listed
below and then for only 10c you can buy a ticket to the Circus.
This offer ends nt noon on the day of the show. Tickets aro sold
on the jrj'mnids at 25c to everybody.
Here's Where You Get Your Tickets for Only 10c
Special Week-End Values at These Stores:
L. C. Rurr & Co. Piggly Wigffly Stores J. C. Penney Co.
Karnes-Williams Drug Co. United Dry Goods Store.
And You Can fiet a IteRular 2rc Ticket for 10c
AG BOYS LEARN
How fnr will dolmr go with n
high .-chool student' With the ave-
rage student the answer Is to the
niftiest drug store or theatre but
with member i of the Ag deport-
ment It Is quite a different story
On t"he recent trip to A M
College It was found after the boys
returned that the four-duy trip had
cost $1 .IS per boy.
The boys cm tied a chuck box
in which weie cookinK utensils and
much of t'he finxl needed for thut
trip. Mr Helrei bouHjht all :u-
other food needed ulung the way
and it nilK'it be snld hen- thut he
L t en I tiopper
The boys ate bacon. eKgs milk
breakfast fooi' anil coffee for
'breakfast pork and beans mr
kraut soup and cukes for lunch;
and corn ieua fruit and coffeu
for supper On this dl t they had
very little meat ami no candy. The
meale. cost Just eleven cents each
per boy and every boy felt nt his
best durltiK tho until e trip.
Mr. Het7er says Siat one rea on
his teams win so regulnrly is that
he ftlves Uio hoys plenty of good
viliolesomo ToimI no "Junk." Furth-
ermore he always gets his boys to
make thoie trliM as clicnply ns
posslhle nnd even Urges the parents
of the boys not to let them have
more money than they need for
He points nuj that (l boy ctvn
make every trip wltih the group
throughout the year at n cost of
less than five dollars He eayi that
If the loy learns only to save hit
money on these trips he lias been
taught something worthwhile
I rinnrn' rrtWTAriAMC
LUIIllIll LUIl 1 AuiUllO
Bored'' Tired' linen glance at
the Martina and their love nf fairs
! Of all the "hand-me-downs they
make a "homer "
It seems that Leo goes with the
ytr .. tn PrancU lJurne or
. Amllwv . wllh her
even Jesse goes with her.
The Martin boys seem to be
It's rather cute and terribly In-
teresting to watch Ihe love affalts
of the Martins.
Whenever anyone mention see-
ing Martin someone aik . "wtllch
girl was with him."
Puzzling. Isn't it?
If you're a jig-saw fiend
it oil) for yourself.
ItOIUlY 11KVAN IMPROVING I
B ibb Bryan who underwent .m '
upi-iatlon f-n ..pprndU'itls li-t
I'm .l.i iiHrt..l t. be gittingl
.il.mg spl-n.tullv Hi i- confliul.
to the Wextside Hospit.il. j
' aaaaaam gk!W .
f-Bm--Bal v ja-a-Ba-as-BagasJB
i. . i tt tKd j-ut iitmiiiiiii
Published Weekly by Students nf
Itrcckcnrldgc High School.
Edltnr-ln-Chle Jee Martin
Associate I&litnr Lahoma Dickson
Business Manager . lCdwnrd Perry
Society Ola Marlon Johnson
Ernestine Farmer Martjaret
Paschal! nnd (liace Ray.
Hulnor . .. Claude Andrews am'
Sports Troy Xotthcutt end
Columnists Ilobbv Wood Edith
Corley and the Huvlng Heportet
Feature Frnncri Elinor Wah
Marshall Alexander Bedford
Furr nnd Ijahoma Dickson.
Reporters. .Metnhers of Hrecken
ridge High School Journalism
Sponsor Mrs. John V. Bailey
Typists . . tNaiicy I .Hey Uilioma
Dickson Elinor Wash Gladys
WoimI Hosenmry McCnllle.
War re oh win-ic have all th
athletics gone .uound the little red
school house on the hill" Spolts Hi
tivltlfs dmpped to u new low lti"t
week. Still the Dynamo must go on
and of course it Is not complete
without this column (or with It).
Our tWQ-iiHin tuck te.un i still
practicing dally for the -t its meet
May S and t. Jim Cnrrignn plans
to enter the SSO ynid run anil Troy
Northcutt will run tho hut dies.
The girls' doubles tontrls tenii.
Lucille Downing ami Mn.xlne Jor-
dan were defeated iiy Hoby In the
bl-dlstrlct meet at Abilene. Both
these girls will be buck next year
and with the good showing they
hnve made this year these girls
should go to state next year.
Incidentally Mr. Bailey pointed
out that more people have gone t.i
the State meet at Austin In tennis
than In any other Interschnlattic
event. This should he an Induce-
ment to some students to start
playing tennis The choot now has
three good courts and there nte
other courts In town that will he
open all summer Tennis takes lots
of practice like any eport It can
be played by ulmost anyone It
takes only two to play n game nnd
the cost of equipment is very
small. The boys' tennis te.un will
be wide open next year and the
time to start working foi .i place
on it Is now not next uinte.
Football practice goe- on as usu-
al. Anyone who watches those
boys drill and svicit wri appreci-
ate their work in n gnme much
more und criticize mud. less. Next
full when you watch the Buckatons
play think of the six weeks' work
this yen i the hoys went through
and another ix week." next yea
before thiy lie tea.ly to play ten
games of about .in houi each.
That s nil for this week Well i' s
enough. Isn't it?
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Dynamo (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 24, Ed. 2, Wednesday, April 26, 1933, newspaper, April 26, 1933; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71717/m1/1/: accessed May 27, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.