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The April 11,1928 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Dramatic Club Play is A Marked Success – Organ Dedication Service Planned – Faith is the Outstanding Theme of Ministerial Testimonies – Mastodon to Be Shown in Marion – Kathryn Poorman to Give Piano Recital – Mrs. Supernois Speaks at Volunteers – Esther Mary Atkinson in Recital assisted by Doris Atkinson, Contralto – Every One Turn Out – T. U. Girls Win Over Wittenberg – Mnankas Have Big Annual Affair – Philos Present Easter Pantomime – School of the Prophets Next Week – On Unselfishness – The Calendar Announces– – The Students’ Easter Services – The Questionnaire – Helena Music Hall – From The Editor’s Window – If You Have A Friend – My Ambition – Bits of Wisdom – The Story of the Third Floor Back – Students Dig Up Mastodon Bones – Thursday Evening Prayer Meeting – T.U. Choral Society Presents Easter Cantata, “The Seven Last Words Of Christ” – A Treatise On Health (Con.) – The Holiness League – Prunes and Prisms

Publication Date

4-11-1928

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

15

Number

25

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (April 11, 1928)

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