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are always RIGHT.
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IRECTORY of college c. ...
GANIZATION. - — -
2: c. —— DHJKl TORY OF COLLEGE OR-
1 he Student Association. ,, .
*■■■■ T ; m I ,(. AN l/A riONS
anient, Lucile Tan '■
ittBtary, Gem Cow 'he Student Association
Literary Seniors. «'8i',ent Lucile Tanered
mmm . . . T ieeretary Gein Cowimj*
{sent, Annie Lee Sa
itary, Martha Du/ Literary Seniors
Juniors. 'President Annie Leo Sandel
pient, Teola jfieerctary Martha Duncan
Sophomores. Juniors
esident Willie G
Academy. president Teola Davis
pt Louise Matt, Sophomores
Sits an M. Key Literary Societal ^ident Willie CJaliga
—dent Teola ]
Hptity, 1 Eva A Freshmen
Korosophian Literary Society Pre sident Johnnie Pirkle
lletit -iJt Helen ] . ,
BiJfe"7- - Academy
§j|fary, : Christine Sti
Y. W. C. .4. President
Cleo Gj Susan M. Key Literary Society
Hpry, . Estelle Massei, „
,,, , President Lottie Bursty
/ess Llub. Keiosophian Literary Society
Lois Mcl President. Edith Boav.
tary, Martha Dv Secretary Lottie Moore
"rv ''".r Pi esident Cleo George
*^* ^11 DENTS. Secretary Estelle Massengale
Tr <-.t!Kes* Club
Dr. Taylor visits the v: PresidentLois ItfeNeely
schools over the state i; Secretary .Martha Duncan
§|yof T. W. C., he pick ** 1 1 — * ... .i.-. -
M|*v«3ation here ant
. j which to entertain a,
ct his Texas Woman's
On his last trip he
young- ladies of the In J
High School, sing- a s
own composition. He
copy of the song and 1
e to be j ublished :
I.
S; a Country O'er th
Who Need i Me Now.
ttie Mae Davis and El
EPWORTH LEAGUE NOTES.
Compared with the whole number
of girls in T. YV. C. there are only a
few who know anything about the
Polytechnic Epworth League. These
few, however, appreciate their knowl-
edge of it, and spend some of their
happiest hours in its activities.
The regular hour for meeting is at
liillO on Sunday evening, and there is
always an interesting and helpful
programme, with an occasional
League social between.
Last Sunday, the League members
were requested to give a pro-
gramme for the soldier boys at the
Methodist Tabernacle at Camp Bow-
ie. Promptly at two o'clock the
League members assembled at Brad-
ford Brothers Pharmacy to catch the
car. Quite a large crowd gathered
and soon reached the Tabernacle,
where the programme was to be giv-
en. Miss Gem Cowling was leader
for the afternoon. The League Pres-
ident, Mr. Frank Hayes, gave quite
an interesting and helpful talk, which
feelings from one of the soldier boys,! wool. A complacent
was followed by ;< heart confession of, as she surveyed the
KO RO
NEWS
The first meeting of the Koroso-
phian Literary Society under the ad-
ministration of Miss Boaz, the new
president, was probably one of the
most enjoyable and beneficial meetings
of the year.
The hall was decorated in a manner
suggestive of St. Valentine, The meet-
ing was begun with the roll call to
which thbse present responded with
Valentine ryhmes.
Mis? Lessie Goodner in an inter-
esting and attractive manner told the
old tradition concerning Valentine
that has been handed down to us.
This was followed by a violin solo by
Miss Nora Lee Mahew, who played
iu her usual pleasing manner.
Miss Kathryn Heyn began an ori-
ginal extemporaneous story which was
continued by Miss Helen Hines and
concluded by Miss Eva Sweet. The
beginner never hesitated to get her
characters in many complicated pre-
dicaments from which it seemed al-
most impossible to release them.
Mrs. L. L. Manchester from the
city, appeared for the second time this
year on the Koto program and de-
lighted those present with her beauti-
ful voice. She was accompanied by
Miss Helen llines.
The program was concluded by
Dean Jennings, who spoke on "Lead-
ership and the Literary Society." He
put before t,lie society in a concise
and direct way the real meaning of a
literary society and its value in the
production of leaders. His speech
was delivered in an enthusiastic and
inspiring manner. The society was
in need of just such a speech from an
enthusiast like Dean Jennings.
The busine session was dispensed
wi*' ...id a social hour was enjoyed
during which time punch was served.
THE END OF A PERFECT RO\\„
Wellesley, Mass., Dec. oO.—Sitting
alone with her thoughts is not all mod-
ern., Wojlesley's idea of a perfect day,
for Wellesley maids now sit with their
Wellesley maid
product of her
M r
of
Fox. Beginning with an account | knitter's art,
his Christian experience, this j''The Song of
bethought her that
the Shirt" had nothing-
led
le golden sunbeams shorn
thejp; glory
> the river
lilies grew,
two sweethearts
whispering love's
ly gliding in a
canoe.
1 Rose said, "Dear why
meditating?
say you'll leave me,
understand."
he answered, "Dear,
please don't be pining,
| I love to live with
Dixieland.—
where the
true
old
little
young man
his feelings toward
when he simply and
that he was not afraid to board any
■ship for Fiance, because he had the
ill consciousness that if it were tor-
doed, he would lie transferred to
Ship of /ion, with Christ at the
. every heart was lifted in
sgiving for such an attitude of
)ii the part of a soldier. We ap-
e a point of view like that, and
ember of the League, receiv-
nspiration from those simply
words.
this talk, Misses Alice Isbeil
,-ola Davis gave a reading and
rmstrong played a beautiful
,)lo. After the programme, the
id girls all gathered around the
and sang songs together.
s was the most interesting
ng the League has had this
-, and all the college girls who be-
to a statement of after all on "The Song of the Sweat-
the war, and j or," and then that maiden tried her
sincerely told us I art on "The End of a Perfect Row,"
with the following result:
When you come to the end of a per-
fect row,
And you sit alone with your wool,
And your bosotn heaves with a rytbm
slow,
For the joy you've followed the rule,
Do you think what, the end of a per-
fect row
Can mean to a tired heart,
When you've dropped each stitch since
you've learned to purl
And lost three more at the.start?
Well, this is the end of a perfect low
and the end of the sweater, too.
Though it's for a man that is big and
strong,
It will be pretty tight, 'tis true,
But toiling has rendered this perfect
row
A nice piece of knitter's art
to the League heartily enjoyed it. { And <t wj)i stand at the end, still
0 j strong and firm,
When the whole thing comes apart.
H. S. Register.
WHERE, OH, WHERE
THE SOPHS.
ARE
the s
: CHORUS,
a country o'er
needs me now,
going there to mal
vow '
ica's my home,
can't leave France
only cause her V
to bow.
, you've always 1
and true;
know I've eve
ul to you. i
parting brings t
sart must not for
country o'er the
eeds me now."
ht shadows fell
pathway strollei
and in hand
Iched the lov
said, "D;
f you while it
cs will cheer
flowers
you.
were
Siave" you kissed the bride yet?"
was asked of the unhappy looking ush-
er.
"No," answered the usher, "er—oh
that is—not recently."
Teacher—"Where is the best
to hold the world's fair?"
Freshie—"Around the waist.'
place
where oh! where are the Sopho-
js gone. Oh! where, oh! where
they be. I have hunted all over
W. C. and nowhere do the Sophs,
find. So if some person who is
aid, and who does not seriously
mind, will tell me, please do, so I will 1
know too, oh, where, oh! where, oh, j
where can they be.
A JUNIOR.
|_>IL
Mr. Hoover says it's healthy to eat
fruit with skins on instead of peeling.
I'd liktftto put him on a diet of pine-
apples for about a week and then
hear what he has to say about it.
THE SENIOR'S RAINY DAY.
(With apologies to Longfellow.)
The way is long and dark and dreary;
We study and study and are often
weary;
We build our hopes Tto graduating
day,
But every day comes Latin's dread-
ful way,
And the way is long and dark and
dreary.
S. M. K.
NOTES
On Feb. 14, the Society had a very
interesting program. Aside from the
Valentine thoughts, Miss Hildred
Brothers read some entertaining" let-
ters from .France and Miss Lucile
Garlington sang an Indian song. Cur-
rent jokes on the faculty and S. M.
K.'s were well received. Miss Foryce
Garlington played and Miss Dixie
C^Oiran mul?
A very important business meeting
was held. Several new plans are in
the making. Under the leadership of
the new officers they will certainly
be carried out creditably.
Miss Teeola Davis was elected as
editor to the Txwoeo from the S. M.
K.'s.
Hereafter the S. M. K.'s will meet
promptly at 3:45 in place of 4 o'clock.
All the members are urged to be pres-
ent at the next meetings as some very
interesting and instructive programs
have been planned. Visitors are cor-
dially welcomed at all times. You
have a special standing invitation.
ACADEMY.
The Acauer.iv students were glad
to get back home. They enjoyed be-
ing in the i-tain building the few
weeks they were there,, for it made
them want to get there sooner; they
will study better.jjind have better les-
sons. w
They liked tie rr.ain buildii ;
they seem more at ease at homo
- - -- o- —
A .MIDNIGHT GAME.
LOST, STRAYED
but
us
seems long and
I
coming, never
glidin
these a
tus p
the tune '
(iray Whc
S. B. Burnett's Drug Store.
DICK COVEY
Manager
Quality - Cleanliness
Courtesy
School life to
dreary;
But days are
weary;
Our thoughts will cling to school
past,
the football game was over,
Arid, f'eiore the parlor- grate
A maiden and a man
Were lingering rather late.
'I hey talked of punts and pusses,
Thing's which were rather tame
Till Cupid put his nose guard on
And butted in the game.
lie lined that couple up;
Then made them toe the murk,
Soon he had them going
With a scrimmage in the dark.
As they sat there silent,
In their new fount! bliss,
The man thought that, the scrimmage
Ought to end with a kiss.
Thereupon he tried one.
An amateur affair,
But he lost it on a fumble
And instead it bit the air.
The next he landed on her ear
And the maid did shyly say,
"You're penalized for holding, Jim;
Likewise for offside play."
Fiercely he tried another,
'ibis time, succeeding fine
For he made a
hullv touchdown
On that warm, red, two-yard line.
As they sat there in the silence
Communing soul to soul,
The parlor door swung open,
And the father kicked the goal.
—Exchange.
»
PRESENTS SORRY RECORD.
A sorry record, a sorry record;
and yet it refers to a large portion
of our people.
Anti-American! Mudslinger! Muck-
raker! you, call the writer. No!
Just a man with a moral vision who
sees things not as he wants to, but
as they are.
You may say how about those
noble women who are giving their
boys, the workingmen and women
who are making real sacrifices to
and -otherwise aid the
buy bonds,
country?
Yes, they exist, and they are the
bright stars in the firmament of in-
difference. They d»> not alter the
facts; they only emphasize them and
bring out into stronger relief the
conduct of the majority.
| The English made jus: as bad a
i showing in the early days of the
<h»ys war; the Italians made
1 showing.
ot'fwe is the place for all
that go astray, or lost, or
and the office* is the place
for such arti-
The
books
stolen,
for people to inquire
eles which are missing.
There are a needless
books which have a
burial ground around l.
some people are kept
ing new books.
appear on account
of their owners,
and the owners are
them in their tormei
o£l%t' hooks seem to
people j,hat have no right to them,
and then the case becomes serious.
So if anyone finds a book aftei
this will she please leave it. alone,
take it to the office or give
the owner.
amount of
mysterious
W. C. and
busy buy-
Some books dis-
of the negligence
but they are few
'ike'ly to find
'places. But
be taken by
it to
Invitations
Annou nee men I &
Visiting
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Printing
Company
Phone
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Phones
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Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Candies and Cakes.
Things Good to Eat.
Prompt
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A L HERMAN
The Assassin of Grief and Remorsi
USUAL OTHER SUPREME QUALITY ACTS
CTliiSIIB!
a worse
It took thej^ombined ef-
How the hopesoften fall into the ; forts of Lord Northcliffe, Lloyd
blast, ; Georpe and the Zeppelins to make
When the day seems long and dark; England wake up. It took tempor-
and dreary. S ary defeat to shake up Italy,
j j The man who "sees red" the
) Think, glad Seniors!
I pining; jest type of
Before us is the dawn and the sun is cannot rise
shining; weakling.
mo-
and begin re-' ment he is wronged is not the high-
inan. But the man
in .righteous anger
t
HOUSTON AT EIGHTH ST.
PHONE i.AMAR 47S
What seemed our fate was the best
J of all,
j Even if we feared in Ed. we'd fall,
I For some days seem dark and dreary.
lllllrtl O1 ■"-
Mr. Howard—"A fool can ask more
i i|uestion.s than a wise man can
| swer." 9
Senior --".No wonder so many
flunk in our exams." , '
The time has come, the very
has struck, when we must get
the fatty degeneration of the
induced by years of peace and
The time has come, the very
has struck, when we lAust get
to primal instincts of defense
offense rendered almost extinct in
this generation by education and re-
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