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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 30 September 1915

kodak ni:vi:i.oi'iN(i PRINTING -ENLAKOING Particular Klfort Taken to (-1 tlic Very Heit Kemln TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO IWTKOMZK Pete Anderson's HAKHEK SHOP VOLUME 1 BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 30 1915. NUMBER 1 THE PRISM ATHLETICS There is positively no doubt that this is going to be the greatest year of athletics that Howard Payne has seen in a hint' time. Our record in the past lias indeed been gratifying and we are proud of it but it has not been what we think we deserve and what we are going to have it in the future. We have had some glorious seasons; we have had some victories worthy of notice and some that arc not so com- mendable but we feel now that we are going to surpass all previous records : this year. You may wonder why we I are so optimistic over the present out-1 look. In the first place we know that wc are glowing stronger. We know i that we are rising stcadly from year to year in every phase of athletics. We realize that our strength is bogining to dawn upon Institutions w...

Publication Title: Prism, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 30 September 1915

Page THB PRISM Thurscluy September .10 1915 THE PRISM Published Thursday of each week. Entered at the Pastollice at llrown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. C. E. Lancaster . Editor-in-Chief Hurley Smith Uusiness Mjrr. W. U. HiKKiiibothan Cir. Mr. As has been the custon of the Liter- ary Societies for years at the clo.se of school in June editors were elected to edit the Howard Payne Monthly the piesent school year. However at our til .st meeting we resolved ourselves in- to a deliberative body and by motion the name of our college paper was chunged from Howard Payne Monthly to "The Prism" and to he published weekly. We have long since felt the need of a weekly paper in our school. Our experience has been that few stu dents were really interested in a liter- ary mugazine. Few of them would sub- scribe and less read it. Perhaps no one was to blame. Wo tried to get students to contribute ai tides which they cared little about writing. The most natural thing then would be to exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 30 September 1915

Thursday September 30 1015 PRISM Page 3 r T t nSnHJffrTOEf - jffiNjaX"iifog?0 coaoa i5??vSH-f IKS iinlT lMliifiiiliiiMiiiiiJ 71 fflv 831 iroTl n f - ? r If '1 39 El Vnlw-n MilHili'iiLMiiiM. mrnlfl lj?;;ji M;".T;Jg3 m ill w J 1 1 wA ipiipiiiiHniimiVlL I III oMiiipiiiw'iinii'CMB III fy 1W " Im I Uil I iP'-fl'SnL Jl-Kv. felOM a II 'il'i il I'i I V v fil'f111'1 lii II 'luKtXIU :sl III Ml I I I I I II nwU'Y L AW t I 1 1 1 1 I nJfiSl iisMii 1 ' II BLL'?"r.-ri.'lr - Ji ! wat4MfcMMhiBlri j -- : i r I ij aik. .- at 1 KEflL m CLASS To those young and stylish dressers who want reel clasc in clothes we extend a special Invitation. Call and examine our showing of Fail and Winter Fabrics and Fashions They're from The Globe Tailoring Co. Makers of "Need!e-Mo!ded" Clothes. Cincinnati No other crcumant is needed to attract young men who know the value of and who are accustomed o wearing stylish hand- tailored dothes. F. R. SMITH & SONS ooogjoo ooSooo lajjcjuonffiooonEMJ obogfroo oo3o J 19 ei Izj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 October 1915

THE PRISM kodak ii:vi:i.(M'in; PKINTING....UN1.AKGING Particular Etforli Token lu Jt tlte Very licit Keiulti TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO PATRONIZE Pete Anderson's IIAItllER SHOP Volume 15 BROWN WOOD TEXAS OCTOBER 7 1913 Number 10 Y. W. C. A. The Y. W. C. A. met last Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. We had a very interesting program which con- sisted of talks on "How Attendance will help our Y. W. C. A." by Miss McChristy. "The Girl and Personal Service" by Miss Macdgcn. "What Kind of Program we Should Have" by Miss Glover and an open discussion on "How We can Eacli Help the Y. W. C. A. ! We took in five new members and an4wl In lnt nllll (ttlti11 n tilt rlt.tn. fW ' VUHJU I.U lUk UUI BJOltlllUH ivail jV for the purpose of buying Bible) for the soldiers in Europe. We give an invitation and heartily urge all the girls in the college to come and join our Association and we will give you something to do. We need you and you need us. No girl can af- ford to fail to give one hour a week (besi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 October 1915

Page 2 THE PRISM Thursday October 7 1916 THE PRISM Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Oflice at Brown- wood us Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year m STAFF C. E. Lancaster 03ce Macdgen Ruth McCaulcy Carrie Camp Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Neal Harlcy Smith - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor V. VV. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor - Business Mgr. Professor Thomas H. Taylor '05 teacher of history in Howard Payne is writing some Alumni notes this week that arc being published in the Alumni column. We are going to give this column to the Alumni to be used in any way they may choose. There will be no special editor for this de- partment but we hope the Alumni and old students will contribute such arti- cles as they feel will be of interest not especially to the present student body but to those who have gone before. II o W. Ii. Higginbotham - Asst. Mgr. W. B. Higginb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 October 1915

Thursday October 7 1916 THE PRISM Page 3 I "NEEDLE-MOLDED" CLOTHES S NecdleiMoWed" STUNNING 1 That's the word which most aptly describes our display of Fall and Winter Fabrics and Fashions for Men's Stylish Clothes. And STUNNING you'll call it when you see it it's from The Globe Tailoring Co. Makers of "Needle-Molded" Clothes A notable fact about Globe Tailoring is the large following it has among men who are leaders in business and professional life men of aflairs substantial men and surely this would not be so without good reason. That's the class of men wo cater to that's why vc vwr.t you to call. 1 F. R. SMITH & SONS AMBITDN Earl W. Pyle j. .; .;; ;;; ' t Our Cakes Cookies Bread and T Rolls are Unsurpassable Anywhere $ I Sanitary Bakery !i hone 1009 "Cleanliness and Satisfaction I; Our Motto" fr.-;-Xi ; ; ; ! ; ; ; ; 'H KING WANTS TO SEE YOD Buying dry Goods and Shoes At the Right Place. KING'S DRY GOODS STORE Every today ia the child of a yes- terday and the parent of a tom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 October 1915

Page 1 THE PRISM Thursday October 7 1915 ;; The Yellow Jackets gave Baylor such a sting last Saturday that it is doubtful whether they will ever quite recover. i . GATHER & BUCK Appreciates Your "' Business BRACELET WATCHES .. ... No Longer a "FAD" but an actual necessity. They are so con- venient and so SAFE that every woman finds herself wanting one. We have them in Nicklc Gold Filled and Solid Gold. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO. - X"- " " !"" "" " "!"" -- - COLLEGE BRIEFS Mr. Wilson Student Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. conducted chapel one morning this week. Mr. Wilson is a very charming speaker and he gave an interesting talk on the subject "Three Men In A Man. All the Yellow Jackets returned from Waco if not victorious at least happy in the thought that they had done their duty. They reported a good clean game and much was said about "just pure luck." The Irving Society was at home to the J. S. H. Society Friday evening. Miss Sims entertained the Societies with the details of her t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 October 1915

THE PRISM I'ATltOMZK Pete Anderson's HAULER SHOP Volume 15 HROWXWOOI) TEXAS OCTOBER II 1915 Number 11 KODAK l)i:Vi:i.(HMN(i PKINTINC ENLARGING I'urticuLr Klforl litkrn m gM llir Virv ilot UcmiIi. TAYLOK BROS. STUDIO WHAT IT IS TO BE EDUCATED To be educated is to live not mere- ly to exist to make the most of our God given inheritances. In a broad sen.se our education begins with the iulluenco of our parents before our birth and ends only with our death. It lias a three-fold aim Trniningthnt shall attain the fullest development and the highest right activities of the body mind and soul. Physical culture trains the body that it may be strong heal- thy graceful and responsive to the will. Intellectual training develops the love of knowledge fits us for acquir- ing knowledge independently and pre- pares us for a practical use of the ac- quired knowledge. Moral training strengthens the will power by the for- muton of right habits secures obed- ience to the laws of the universe; and arous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 October 1915

THE PRISM Thursday October 14 1915 Page Two THE PRISM Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered ut the Post OlHce at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price 1.00 per year C. E. Lancaster 03ee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Neal Harley Smith STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor VV. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor - Business Mgr. Y. W. W li. Higginbothain - Asst. Mgr. 15. Higginbothain Circulation Mgr. paign of the Lyceum course begins great success. Taking everything into inediuiu us far as u monthly publica- There is no need however for con- consideration it is a difficult task. One tion goes. But if wc are to be guided flict in these campaigns. If a man can that places financial responsibilites in the future by our experience in the get a bargain he can well afford to upon the members of these associa- past it is evident that our monthly borrow money ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 October 1915

Thursday October 14 1915 THE PRISM Pago Three .-.... :: ;..:...:.:..:.-..:...:...:.. .:...:...:.....;.. .;...:... ;.. .:...:....:...;...:...;.. .:...;.a TIIK I'KIHM AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM I THE DAY LIGHT STORE (Continued From Page 2.) WE ARE SHOWING an exceptionally clever line of JroT Ladies' Ready-to-Wear f or Fall Nineteen Fifteen We are fcaturitng the well-known Marquette MADE Garments Suits $12.50 to $30.00 F. R. SMITH & SON i-k''--X I ! " I " 5 5 5 I ! S 5 -X--' 5 J- - J J ! ! I I ! ! X 2 ! !! Coats $10.00 to $30.00 -.n"viitTn ' concerned there is no comparison to be made. Two hundred and twenty five copies of the Monthly were pub- lished each month and less than half that number circulated and probobly not one-third of them read. There are twelve hundred copies of the Prism published monthly with a circulation that more than doubles that of the monhly and every one of them is read. It costs hardly $10.00 more per month to publish. The merchants can change their advertis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 October 1915

Page Pour THE PRISM Thursday October 14 1915 4;; -! ; ;.;. -5 ;; .j. ; ;; ;.;..; ;- ;.;. .;..;..;. .;..;. ;: h :; ;.; :! - .ft LA VALLIERS La ValHers In Gold Set With Diamonds and Other PRECIOUS STONES. Prices :i.m to t130.no t A PLEASURE TO SHOW THEM TO YOU ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO. j j j -- j j j-j j j j j - j- - -- - t -! RALSTON SHOES KIRSCBAUM CLOTHES DUTCHESS PANTS COLLEGE BRIEFS The college made a great showing in the parade last Thursday despite the fact that ninety two of the students Miss Corinne Kay left last week for ' failed to inarch in the student-body Menard where she will teach school. parade. Miss Leah Wagnon's father visited her last Wednesday. Mr. Clarence Weldor an old student was among the college visitors of the week. Last Wednesday evening a very en- thusiastic yell practice was had in the college chapel. Miss Nora Neal was the guest of of her sister Miss Ethel at the dormi- tory this week. Rev. W. I). Vinson our County Mis- sionary is improving in health. We hop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 October 1915

THE PRISM I'ATItOMZK I'olo AiulcrHon's BARBER SIIOI' Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS OCTOBER 28 1915 Number IS kodak ii:vi:uHMN; PRINTINGENLARGING Particular fTurli Taken la ffl lie Viry Ben Kaulrt TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO Y. ML C. A. A Man Who Lacked Mural Courage. (D.L.Moody's Words) A few years ago when I was about to close a mooting I asked if there were any there who would like for me to remember them in prayer. A man stood up. I was glad because I had been so anxious for him. I went to him after the meeting and urged him to accept Christ. One thing stood in his way; he said his-friend would ridicule him. I urged that Christ was worth standing for even then. He continued to come. I prayed but he got colder. Six months later while on what he thought to be his death bed he sent for me. 1 went. He asked if there was hope for him. 1 replied: "Yes if you accept Christ." I prayed for him there. He began to recover. One day when I called I said: "You will soon be able to come to church aren't yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 October 1915

Pago Two THE PRISM Thursday October 28 1915 THE PRISM Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Kntered at the Post Olllce at Brown- wood as Second-Class Muil Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Ojoc Maedgon - Associate Editor lluth McCauley - Associate Kditor Carrie Camp - Y. W. C. A. Kditor Willard Taylor - Y. M. C. A. Editor W. U. White - - - Athletics Klhel Neal - - Social Editor Hurley Smith - - Business Mgr. W. B. Higginhotham - Asst. Mgr. W. B. Higginbotham Circulation Mgr. Compulsory chapel attendance has been eliminated in Princeton Univer- sity ami voluntary prayer services are held instead. It was observed that the attendance was even larger after it ceased to lie compulsory since the stu- dents were required to worship only twice each week. This change was brought about largely by students agi- tating it. They claimed there was no advantage in compulsory worship and insisted on it until the trust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 October 1915

Thursday October 28 1915 THE PRISM Pjiko Three ---"--'- 4. T I T T I I WE virinirm niTirvn 1 f AWARUL1I ri1llL j. Of 1 - - j No f Y For. cieanest Barery I KING'S DRY GOODS in Drownwooa t I 1913-1415 Y T BON BON BAKERY I ;;:: :::' -- -- ' ... ..;.. .;...;...;.... .;..;.. .;.... .'' A f STEVE WHITE "MjIics Old Slides New" SEE HIM AT 100 MAYS ST. f - "T "5 I Pint I Olives 10 15 25 and 40 FRIED PEANUTS ( others Bet more ) Sweet and Pure Flour 1.63 They are delicious just candy enough JOHN F. .WILSON on them to make them delicious. We Grocer are making candy most every day. We have several kinds of Pecan Candy. KANEASTERS KANDY KITCHEN DR. JOHN W. SNYDER Dentist 'MO.'! llrownwood National Rank Rldg Phone 472 II. E. DUNSWORTH Dealer in Second Hand House Hold Furniture 107 MAYS ST. .. . .. . . . .. ... . .. !!! . ; THE ROGERS STORE We are showing some won- derfully attractive values in Apparel for both Men and Women. We feature and sell a won- derful lot of WOOLTEX GARMENTS Suits Skirts Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 October 1915

Tagc Four THE PRISM Thursday October 28 1915 .......-...-J' ' A BIRTH STONE SET IN ANY FORM Will conjure luc-k. and KEEP FROM HAliM So The Ancient! believed und thus was brought about the pleasing custom of wearliitf HIUTHSToNE Hlnjjs. Broaches and Scurf Pins. OPAL IS THE Ll'CKY STONE FOR OCToBEH. Let u- show you our OPALS. r t ;...;.;.;.;..;.:.;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..;.-.;..j..;;j-4y Genuine J. B. Stetson t The Season's Latest Styles Only ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY ::!! !-! l't '' i i COLLEGE BRIEFS AN HONEST NAN Miss Taylor spent the latter part of the week with hoincfolks at Greenville. visiting The fact that the human race is un- able to discriminate between honesty and dishonesty during the adolescent his period of life is the principal cause of the dishonesty in the world today. The i men who make a practice of house Miss Viriric Once returned homo on breaking and bank robbing did not be account of illness last Thursday. No report has been given of her condition. Uev. Burleson ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 November 1915

THE PRISM kodak di:vi:i.oimn; PRINTING KNLAKGINO Prlicul.ir Klt'iru Tikffi I" ft ihf Vm Hct KmiiIi TAYLOK BROS. STUDIO lATK()MZi: lV(o AihUm'soh's IIAIillOt SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOI) TEXAS NOVEMBER I 1913 Number 1 1 THE STUDENT OF TODAY IS THE CITI- ZEN OF TOMORROW If the student of today could realize that he is to be the citizen of tomor- row he would perhaps try to become more efHcient. By the time a person has reached the adolescent period he has a definite notion of what the duty of a first class citizen is. Many young people fail to realize that they are fast becoming citizens of the coun trv in which they live and that the development of the Nation depends on their preparation. One of the first things for a stu- dent to do. is to develop himself intel- lcctually. He must know something! about science something about history and in fact something about all the great movements of the day. He must be able to speak and write the English language correctly and know some- thing of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 November 1915

Pago Two THE PRISM Thuisday November 4 1915 THE PRISM Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Kntered ut the Post Ofllce at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF ('. K. Lancaster Ojoo Macdgcn Uuth McCauley Cariie Camp -Willard Taylor W. It. White Kthel Neal Harley Smith - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor - Business Mgr. W. It. Iligginbotham - Asst. Mgr. V. It. Higginbotham Circulation Mgr. The Howard Payne fans that watch- p1 the game Friday with Dallas Uni- versity soon saw their hopes wrecked and prophecies ruined. To be plain and clear our boys were out-classed. We thought that we were not because we were using dope as argument. The icsults of Saturdays games in the foot ball world showed dope to be worth very little. The teams that wins in foot ball now must have more than men of weight It must have more than a full and half back...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 November 1915

Thursday November 4 1915 THE rnisM Page Three I RENFRO-McMINN DRUG CO. ! Wc carry a complete line of Whittman's assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons. Visit our store and see our display window RENFRO-McMINN DRUG CO. 1 v ! t ! ! ! ! ! ! ! t $ ! i HOWARD PAYNE HALL GIRLS EN. TEUTUN TOWN GIRLS Friday afternoon the girls of the College leceived an invitation to visit with the spooks at the dormitory. By eight o'clock all the ghosts and sha- dows had assembled and the doors were closed. The ghosts were met by shadows and led down the troubled path to the high judge where they received their due sentence to the underworld to be a part of all its mysteries and blood curdling horrors. Mack witches scud- dled hero and there making the place inoie weird. Soft dim lights shone from different parts of the room and in the center of the room was a huge monster with gleaming mouth and eyes. Ghosts flitted to and fro seek- ing friends and enemies they had known in the upper world. Death stalked among t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 November 1915

Page Four THE PRISM Thursday November 4 1915 .:...:...:.:..... SOMETHING NEW HAWKES BRIDAL VEIL-GLASS SAN BRIN HAS H f 4 : t Tht1 newiM eivittinn in l'T (!L.SS ciin lie m'cii in mir Mine in a variety of of iiit'v. Cull ami -tv our NEW (iiiolis. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STOKE" ...-.. Just Recived a Shipment of Ladies' Lace Patent Shoes. COLLEGE BRIEFS :: lb. Can Limited Coffee $1.(10 :: lb. Can Club Lake Coffee ill) Lai"!1 Can Pork and ISeiins 1(1 Woodie Young spent Sunday and Larue Can Pineapple I.'i I Monda.s at liome. Small Can Pineapple 10 : i'uie Laid 10 lb $1.10 Leah Wau.non visited in May Sun- Hams per pound 18 day. Pint P.ottle Catsup 20 .jv Olives 10 I.' 2." and 10 '2 Prof. Thomas Taylor ave a lecture ( others f?el more ) in ehapel Saturday. His subject was Sweet and Pure Flour Sl.fi.1 " "Habits." Rev. Hall has been conduct- JOHN V. WILSON iiiK the chapel services this week. (irncer PRICES $3.00 $3.50 AND $4.00 I Woodruff and Lobstinc spent Sun- day and Monday at h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 November 1915

THE PRISM PATK'OM'i: IVl( Anderson's u.i;iii:i !ioi' Volume 15 BUOWNWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER 11. 1JI1S Number l.'i KODAK DLVMI.OPIMi PKINriNO. r.NI.AKC.fNC. '.Itlll'llnf I. Turn fiKlll III !! ll.r Von tt.-tl Keile TAYLOK BROS. STUDIO PICNIC FOR CHRIST- IAN ASSOCIATION . W. C. A. (o Entertain Y. M. C. A. With an Excursion to the Hsiyou. Realizing: the truth of the old adage that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" the Cliristiun Associa-1 lions try to maintain the social as well as the religious side of their work. In ' the rush attendant upon the opening of the school year the social side has been somewhat neglected. For this reason and also because they know well the helpful cllect of a few hours in tli woods the Y. W. C. A. invites every member of the Y. M. C. A. to accompany them on a picnic at the Bayou next Monday afternoon. All girls and boys uniting with the associations between now and Monday will have the benefits of this picnic. So let every Association member try to e...

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