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SAN aABANEWS. SAN SABA, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MABCH M , BYSTUDENTS OF CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL v< dashing young widow; think how reforms she can make if she's old maid and say boys! Just im- how many thrills you will get she's a modern flapper. Theressa says she eats to live and to eat—but you to see this play see it if you live. Saturday night SO, High School Auditorium. SENIORS AMBITION My ambition now is to graduate school. When that is done I to go to some college. I would to be successful in everything I to do, and I would also like to good ; health and have nothing worry about. wan$ tovalways havei-niany friends I hope to live so that I will be of their friendship. (This article was written by Frank one of the happiest and one the best liked boys not only in Senior class, but in all high score a point, however this was due to a large extent to the high wind that was blowing. They also played San Saba for third place and here luck was with them for they won. In this game Nellie Herridge was high point girl. In tennis Cherokee did better, even though they lost three games. In boys doubles against Henry, the game was forfeited. Cherokee lost to Richland Springs in boys singles and the Cherokee vs. Richland Springs boys doubles, the game was postponed postponed until the following Saturday. Girls singles placed second, beating San Saba first and then being beat by Sloan. The boys grammar school base ball team. won ^second* place, being ^fecat by Richland Springs. The girls grammar school base ball team placed placed last or fourth. LOCKER By Lindy LOCALS WEEK COMES RAPIDLY April 5, will be" examinations again. weeks rolls by before one has to think much less learn something. Isn't it terrible that this six ends just four days after April .The pupils are wondering just long a teachers memory is. it be possible to play that joke they have planned and get on their examinations? Surely teachers can't remember that However, as it's so n*ar examination, they would be sure to remember and then! Poor grades. a number of pupils who arc border line, should realize danger and do some hard old Remember only one more weeks term and then—? Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hillin visited their son in San Angelo last week. Miss Louise Taylor, Mr. Dayton Castleberry and Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Taylor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graves Burk and family Sunday. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Altizer and Mrs. O. B. Altizer are attending the Fat Stock Show this week. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tom of Waco. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKneely spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sawyer of Babyhead. Miss Gladys Dean of Lometa was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Dean. Notice To The General Public Yes Siree, this writer was with tha jolly, merry makers crowd that wa in Austin Saturday, March 23. Sonv of us girls liked several years be ing young, but you would have thought it was the sweet 16th birth day of a bunch of 17 girls, good sports, indeed. It was a whole day of jubilee. Owing to a few being late, we started late and missed seeing seeing the Governor's Mansion and lot's of interesting sights, Everybody was bubbling over with glee and didn't feel .disappointed but a short time. Wo all held to the old slogan "look ^, and; > lister.Mrve. ,anft "learn— laugh and grow fat."' The nearer we came to Austin the more we could see that old mother earth was putting on her coat of green and the woods were full of Red Bud, Plum, Black and Red Haw, blossoms with a carpet of Blue Bonnets and wild Flox in full bloom, with win- term, honey suckle and Bridal wreathes hanging on the veranda of home sweet home. That was a beautiful beautiful sight. State University and all its belongings and the Capital were visited, leaving for home at •! o'clock. Every demonstrator left San Saba giving Mrs. iRinggpld high Braise for her untiring efforts in trying to help us and seeing to the comforts of us all day. Also we extend our thanks to the careful driver of out- bus who so patiently cared for us and safely guided us back to our homes. Now this writer is thinking so much of her trip she knows scarcely scarcely any news to write. Ed Shaw, commonly known as Uncle Eb, is seriously ill, but is thought to be some better at this writing. an ni to and in and rut club Mrs. Mr*. m.,

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  1. The San Saba News and Star,
  2. 28 Mar 1935, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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