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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 82ND YEAR, NO. 98 ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 33IAH3S OT SVX31 SVTIVO 3AV 3100 9908 xs 03 saivs ECTIONS AneeUud (ff) PAGE ONE One politician describing an- other oratorically inclined one: "That guy has spent his life listening to himself." West Texas Fair officials were highly impressed last week by a group ol young men who found and delivered to the Fair office a wallet fat with money. But in the confusion the names of the boys were not obtained. From Mrs. Joe S. Fudge of Hamlin comes the identity of the quartet. The boys were Joe Alan Fudge 'her Simono Rod- riquez, Roy Glen Seaton and Robert Latter, all members of the Hamlin FFA class, she re- ports. The wallet they found con- tained about Mrs. Fudge plus a variety of papers. The boys received as reward five free rides each, according to Mrs. Fudge. "These boys deserve plenty of she suggests. With which there can be no disagreement. Mrs. H. C. (Ora Farr) Camp- bell of Hermleigh says it is like- ly that some students of theme- writing age have this week taken the recent Fair as topic, but she doubts their writing will be of the "caliber" of post-Fair com- positions of an earlier year. "In she writes, "as now, a day at the Fair was an in lives of the students ___There was this certain class ef Simmons College freshmen teacher was Dr. Tol- man, head of the Department of Classical Languages. "Only the title, 'Ludus Abi- Jinus' wag translated by Dr. Tolman. The class had to search Latin dictionaries for tome two hundred words to tell a modern story in an ancient language. Some terms used had to be liberally, rather
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