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 - Old West Side School Corner Stone Opened The...
Old West Side School Corner Stone Opened The little tin box, cemented in the comer stone of the old West Side School was opened here Wednesday and according to information in the box, the stone was "laid at 9 a. m., January 14, 1920." Although the contents showed some signs of weather they were ing, Frances Lumpkin, Charner Skains, Jewel Stewart, Ora Mae Talley, Elizabeth Teeling and Miss Margaret Montgomery (teacher). ; Complete roster of all students grades 1-11. A slip containing, "The right honorable G. T. Autrey, Janitor." in good shape considering their | Several students' names on „ 40-odd years of storage. Writing j Planters & Merchants State Bank in some cases was readable, in check, others faded or blurred. If you are wondering about the contents, here's a rundown from City Manager N. L. McCarver who received the box from Willie Jackson, superintendent of the wrecking crew. A "Key of Knowledge" made by and bearing the names of the sophomore clan of 1910-1920. Names Included: Thomas Bishop, Patrick Cobb, Thadt Guenzel, Henry Harding, Gilbert Philen. Ronald Rohde, Chaddy Smith, Ev«flyn Boainer, Lee Battey, Bell Eroe DeWalt, Elizabeth DiUard, Evelyn Easterwood, Esf*ll Keel- Juneks Purchase K-N Root Beer Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Junefc oi Bryan announce the purchase of the K-N Koot Bear Stand Jhfe ' *' -' '?"-'?* ^-'ffjSi?' * Cartoon showing a man under the weight of a heavy cake and inscribed, "Dedicated to the Junior Class of 1919-1920 by the Sophomores." (This was drawn by Thomas Bishop.) Typical report card of the day. A paper entitled "Class of 1920" with these names legible: Grace Longmire, Ann Elizabeth Marshall, Thelma Cordelia Talley, Dorothy Violet Baker. Four photos, one barely led- gible. Copy of a billhead from B. G. Tnlmadge, Tin & Plumbing Shop. Circular of a mass meeting, January 13, 1920 at Methodist Church to determine whether or not Hearhe shall continue to endure the mesqufto pests, scourge owners cordially invite Hearne residents to visit them this weekend, see advertisement on page 2, section 1 of this issue of the Democrat. Mr. Junek, his wife, Charline, and sons, --Johnnie Mark, 6, and Billy Dale; 4, will make their home in Hearne at 809 Cypress. of malaria, other and . , n— . ,•*.•! ?r«»?w. ~»- ™<f **• •••• m i»mp^ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis. The new- *nd others. "Shall Hearne reject ------- ....... ~ *« opportunity offered by the State and the Rockefeller Foun- He is a former employee Weingarten in Bryan. of dation to get this work done at a minimum cost?" Imprints of several coins in the , bottom, pins a piece of felt i Incidentally. wa« no Smalf parUcle^ oi dust or sedi-[ ments were found which could , have . ( been .. the remains of Piece.of xa^^uane ^ateer didn't eat that day 43 years ago! - ;

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 13 Dec 1963, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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