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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 April 1916

I'agp Knur THK rmsM Friday April 21 10 1G COLLEGE BRIEFS The college revivul which closed Sunday night was very successful. Brothers Crimm and Cumbie are now in u cumpuign at the First Church. The two games with Daniel Baker Thursday and Friday were greatly en- joyed by Howurd Payne fans. Our teum was in good shape and played good ball. Judge Woodfuff Caiol Kingsbury Karl Wallace spent Sunday in Santa Anna. llettie Jane McDonald spent Sunday at the dormitory. Mr. Hounshell of the Students' Vol- unteer Mission Movement conducted chapel Tuesday morning. His re- marks on student missionaries and their work were greutly appreciated. Minnie Belle Shelton visited in Winchel Sunday. Several of Howard Payne's old graduates aic expecting to be here for commencement and the Alumni BaiKiuet. The game with Simmon's was wit- nessed by un enthusiastic bunch of rooters. After the first inning the Yellow Jackets "came into their own" and the game was one of the swiftest of the season. A large body ...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 April 1916

THE PRISM PATKOMZI-: IVto AndcrHon's ItAltlll'lt SHOP Volume 15 UROWXWOOI) TKXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 28 HlllS So. 35 kodak di:i:i.opi.m. I'KINI INC. LNLAIIOINt; I'.iMMil.ir l.llorl Ukrn hi in llir Vu Br. i UcmU-. TAYI.OK BHOh STUDIO MR. JESSE HUNTER TO GIVE ALUMNI ADDRESS Former Ciaduate Id Hum- Place in Commencement Kcrcises It has long been the desiio of How- ard Payne College to see time when her own students could come back and fill po.-il ions of honor and note mound tne college. That dosiie lias seen I'ulfillmeul scveial times in the past a student of Howaid Payne is lilling the office of legistiar and hold- ing the position of professor of his- tory; and Rev. Chillies Pieice now pastor of a cluucli in Austin gave our alumni nddiess last year. This year foi the fiist time a min- isterial giaduato of Howard Payne has icturued to hold a meeting in the college. .Mr. C'rinim and Mr. Cumbie wen' so well liked by the students and town folks who attended the student meetinu that Re". .Mini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 April 1916

Pago Two THE PRISM Friday April 28 l!)l(i THE PRISM I'iiIjIWk-iI ieiy Friday by the Stu- dent of Houuid Payne College. Entcicd at the Post Ofllce at Hrown- woud as Second-Clubs Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year C. 10. Luncaster Osee Mucdgcn Kuth McCauley Canie Cunip -Willaid Taylor W. 15. White Ethel Neal Khner Vatson Wilbur Duke TAFF - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor - Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Eschange Editor llusines.s Mgr. 'I'he Seniors. Thih year the faculty and board of diiectoih stamp their appioval on the goodly number of fouiteen in the form of degieex They sue line students perhap.s the be.st the school lia.s evei had. Duiiug their school days all of them hae been good and obedient children. Some of them hae been here a long long time; not because they weie slow to master their work but because in some instances thcii high school work has been done heie in the academy; and otheis feel this is a good pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 April 1916

Fiiday April '2i I'.tKi tum immsm Page Three : i i BIG SPRING SALE f UR annual Spring Sale j Beginning Saturday April 29 lasting 15 days. This is your chance to buy goods at prices that mean a big saving. Every- thing in our house is now selling at GREATLY RE- DUCED PRICES. Our house is full of up-to-date Merchandise and we GUAR- ANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEY Baxter Bros. GRADUATION BACCALAUREATE AND COMMENCEMENT Special attention to the girl graduates of the "class of 16 WE HAVE just received a large shipment of Dresses for graduation. Beautiful models in white taffeta nets organdies and voiles. Visit our store early and see these wonderful new creations of white. Let us help you design your new dress if you do not huy it ready-made Our dress-making department is specializing on these dresses and the dress we make for you will he superior in every detail. Sec our splendid stacks of materiids for these graduation dresses including white liretonne and fislicrci nets white silk nets beau- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 April 1916

Patio l-'our THE PRISM I'Yiday April 28 1!M! Sitmi'lltiiiK l'r II. I'. (.'. Tlii' last mouth of this college year is fast approaching and briiiKiiiK with it thoughts of vacation and home. Tht' last month of tin; college year is really a tioiuious out- to all hut just as the last days of oui life should bo our happiest and most nlor- ir us likewise should our last month he our yrcatcht and most successful. Ask yourself the questions what has this year in llowaid Payne meant In nit1 V Have the acquaintances formed in this meat Christian Insti- tution been : n elevating element in my life'.' Then comes the most im- portant questions. What two I been to Howard I'ayne this year a student to he proud of or one whom the in- stitution will never know aside from my name on the roll book and my grades'.' Has my life been one of example and service to my fellow- students'.' Christ has said by their works ye shall know them. So af- ter all service is the thing that makes us known and loved by o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 5 May 1916

I THE PRISM KODAK ii.i:i.oi'in; PRIMING CNI.ARGI.NG TAYLOK BKOS. STUDIO I'ATUOMZK IVlo Amlcrtton'K II AUIILK SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY : HUti No. 36 STUDENT ASSOCIATION TO DISCUSS MANAGE- MENT OF PRISM I'olnt System Adopted by Student Itody. The Student Association had a very important business meeting Tuesday afternoon. A very good rep- resentation of the student body was present perhaps a fourth of the num- ber. The purpose of the meeting was to arrange for the management of our Prism for next year. Several weeks ago a committee was appointed by the President of the Stu- dent Association to investigate the advisability of turning the manage- ment of The Prism over to the Stu- dent Body instead of leaving it to the Literary Societies as formerly. Consent to this plan was given by the four societies after which the Association voted to assume all re- sponsibility for the management of our College paper. A nominating committee consisting of one member from each soci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 5 May 1916

l'lige Two TIIK IMMSM 1'iiiltiy May 5 1016 THE PRISM Published eVet l'liclu b the .Slu cleilts uf How'ard 1'iiwie College. Knteied at tin- Post Otllce at Hi own- wood as Second-Class Mail Mattel. Subscription l'nce $1.00 pet eai STAFF C. K. Luncastet - - Kdilot -in-Chief Oaee Muedgen Kuth McCuulc Can it- C'ainj) Willaid Ta.vlor W. 15. White Klhel Xeal Khnei atson Witlmi Duki' Associate. lalitoi Associate lalitoi V. V. C. A. Kditoi Y. M. C. A. Kditoi Athletics Social Editoi IXthmiKf IMitot Hi' told mo I was with a nice IuoUiik bunch ul people. "Ye-. a kodiI hap- p bunch ol uuug lolk" and -u tliinij paHcl wvel hi- fate a nun h a- could be noticed on silt'h a wenthci beaten (ountenance. He tumbled with the bait that la liy his side m an old blue handkeichiel. He had untie kick to his vesteida.ss when he too was hapiv and in the bloom ol hie. 'I hen he u.ied deep into the uncn watei .mil I heal cl him he.ive a sih. Did lie think that "most I'liendship is feiuninj' most loving meie loll"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 5 May 1916

Friday May 5 191G THE PRISM Vugc .Three i --- --'----- Every Teacher and Student in Howard Payne College is In- j vited to Attend the Performances of the BEN GREET WOODLAND PLAYERS ON MAY 10th i MATINEE- 'Much Ado About -Nothing" EVENING--"! lamlet" SEATS ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG JEWELRY Hen (irt't't Majors. No entertainer. have over appeal- ed in llrownwuuil that more nearly pleaod the entire audience than the Hen (jieet Players. J'Npeeially have they all'orded unu-ual pleasuie for many faculty member.) and tlie stu- dent body. It ih .seldom a play of an educational value is presented in roach of the student body and for that jeason these words of commen- dation aie written. The lien (iieet players have appealed befoie the best schools in America and England for more than two thousand perform- ances and always appreciated. Hy students of English Literature they are counted inteipreters of unusual strength of Shakespeare's works. Those that attended the pievious per- formances will reca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 5 May 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday May ." 1D10 Why not give " 'JoX "f candy to your clu-.niate:$ a- a graduating present. We have Home tine candies in line boxes for line people. . Prices from 5 cent1 to 5 dollars. Kaneaster's Kamly Kitchen Dr. Brandon Dentist 'JL l.ii ouiiunuil National Bunk Phone 11(3 1 King JOHN BARBER'S O - I Cod - thoughts arc eternal. The Darber ohop young man who sots out to do the Catei"S Jq Stlldeilt Tlde will of (Sod will find his transitory days yoked to eternity. o WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35. ROCKWELL BROS. & COMPANY fSELVIDGE STEAM! LAUNDRY Will Appreciate Your Busincs WUKft liUAKAlMl rliU COGGIN NATIONAL BANK PHONE 13 Appreciates your Business ....4.4.....:....:...... COGGIN NATIONAL BANK ! j j j. -- .j. i $ $ 5 Mr. Winehienner: (after a winded explanation of the standard solution) "Now any liquid will only dissolve a ceitain amount of a substance and no more. For instance after putting this limited amount of sugar in a cup of eoll'cp you can add a barre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 12 May 1916

THE PRISM kodak dkvki.opim: PATUOMZK Pete Anderson's KAKREK SHOP PRINTING KNI.ARGING TAYLOR BKOS STUDIO ' ' ' No. 37 Volume 15 BROWNWOOI) TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 12 1910 YELLOW JACKETS VIC- 'PRISM STAFF FOR T REVIVAL AT BAPTIST BEN GREET PLAYERS TORS IN CONTEST 1916-17 ELECTED CHURCH CLOSES PERFORM HERE Takes Fifth Garni' from Duniel Bak- er Tuesday and Cinches the l!ll Series. By winning " to 0 game from Daniel Baker Tuesday afternoon the Howard Payne baseball team became the city champions for the 1'JIG rea- son isine games svere scheduled for the season and of the eight which liuve been played to date Howard 1'ayuo won live and Duniel Baker three. Tuesday's game was one which af- forded an excess of excitement to the fans. Aside from the interest in the game itself there was the highly im- portant consideration of the city championship and as inning after in- ning slipped by and the Daniel Bakei contingent saw no chance for tieing the series by winning the game an air of tragedy settled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 12 May 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday May 12 1916 THE PRISM Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter i Subscription Price $1.00 per year M& to- STAFF C. E. Lancaster Csee Maedgen Kuth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Neal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor Business Mgr. The Student Council has at last become responsible for the college paper. Now that they are elected by the Association and can qualify as Editor and Business Manager have almost unlimited power in running the paper. This it seems is as it should be. If a man isn't delegated with authority from the proper source ho will be just a little slow in demanding Hip proper help from his co-workers ' that will make the paper a success. I This year the papr has had several editors Nnd no one with spec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 12 May 1916

Friday May 12 1916 THE PRISM Page Three YELLOW JACKETS WIN DUAL TRACK MEET Some Events "Closely Contested Mak- ing Meet Ink-resting Throughout. The dual- track meet held at How- ard Payne park between Howard Payne and Daniel Raker on Friday resulted in a victory for Howard Payne the score being 80 1-2 to 48 1-2. The Yellow Jackets won all three places in the 100 yard dash 220 yard dash and the discus. The individual honor was taken by Patterson H. P. C with 17 1-2 points including the relay. Patterson won first place in the shot discus and hummer. Tur- ner of 1). B.C. wns second with 17 points and Evans of H. P. C. was third with 10 1-2 points. The events and their winners were: 100 yard dash: Lancaster Evans and Chadwick all of H. P. C. Time 10 1-5. Half mile race: Taylor 1). It. C first; Young and Hrooks second and third time 2 minutes 7 1-5 sec. 120 yard hurdles: King H. P. C. first; Turner D. U. C. second; Lan caster H. P. C. third time 17 seconds. 440 yard dash: Baxter Staplcto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 12 May 1916

1'ago Four THE PJUSM Friday l!ay 12 1910 J. J '3'.2--2.2'4 ; h !! H' 'I-';''t' ! ''!!'' "I ' '! GRADUATION GIFT HEADQUARTERS t I t t 4 5 t DO YOUR SHOPPING WHERE YOUR HON We etend a cordial invitation to all students and their parents to visit our store anil inspect our gifts for Graduates. Gifts in prices from 50c up. A Pleasure to Show You. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE V EY WILL BUY THE MOST VALUE On Sale This Week Big Lot of Odds and Ends of Shoes and Oxfords. Hundreds of Pairs are out on Tables at Rediculously Low Prices. $6 Stacy Adams Fine Men's Shoes .98 $3.50 Ladies Oxfords . . . 1.48 fc2.50 Ladies White Canvas Oxf'ds89c J New Goods are arriving daily-Come in and see the Newest. New Blouses of all kinds including a ship- ment of the new "Fern" Hollar Blouse which comes in the "Seal Pac" Envelope New Blouses of Lingerie i Crepe de Chine Georgette Crept; and Wash Silk-Prices J. from 1.00 upward. A new lot of Wash Skirts has made its appearance. They come in white a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 19 May 1916

THE PRISM KODAK DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO PATRONIZE IVtc Anderson's BARIIKR SHOP . Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY .MAY 19 191G No. 38 SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS FOR SPRING TERN May 21-27 lillfi. Tuesday !):00 A. M. lliblc 3. English 5. Education C. Greek F. Tuesday 1:00 P. M. Latin F. Mathematics C. Wednesday 9:00 A. M. Kducation I. English !!. German 3. Latin 3. Physics o. Political Science F. Road in p. U. S. History. Wednesday 1:00 P. M. Arithmetic. English F. History C. Latin G. " Mathematics 2. Physics B. Thursday 9:00 A.M. Bible; Cc '' Geography. German 9. Political Science A. Latin 8. Mathematics G. Thursday 1:00 P. M. Chemistry C. Chemistry I. French C. German 6. Political Science C. Philosophy C. Spelling and Grammnr. Friday 9:00 A. M. Bible I. Biology C. Education J. Mathematics C. Mathematics I. Physiology. Spanish C. Friday 1:00 P. M. Business Arithmetic. Education A. Education F. Greek C. History 3. Mathematics 9. Texas History. STUDENT ASSOCIATI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 19 May 1916

Page Tw THE PRISM Friday May 1 1916 THE PRISM Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter Subscription Price $1.00 per year rtii '$&" STAFF C. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Ooee Macdgcn - Associate Editor Kuth McCaulcy Associate Editor Carrie Camp - V. W. C. A. Editor Willard Taylor - Y. M. C. A. Editor W. R. White - - - Athletics Ethel Neal - - Social Editor Nlinor Watson - Exchange Editor Wilbur Duke - - Business Mgr. Last Week in Journalism. With this issue of The Prism Col- lege Journalism closes in Howard Payne for the 'If) and '16 term. The Lasso is being distributed this week and as school draws to a close the lni3in.s manager finds it hard to secure advertising sufficient to bring out another number of The Prism. These things being true the doors to The Prism and Lasso offices will be found closed after this week even though Ihere will bo two more weeks of School after this one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 19 May 1916

Friday May 1!) 1016 THE PRISM Page Three ONCE AGAIN i -.t.t.fr....4. .fr !.). in ifnin ..4.4.t... ...fr..frfr Graduation Presents ecesf cgc h c rsQ Xh2 & o. A' 1 S1A mr rr .. A1 7 it'.. r.. 1 vr 7f fyeYft? I-JJr.twir.'. . yi ..y' ".nOK r '"t-C.ilirHlll. IfhfVotS lAt'c!!' ( OV M T " .s.6 y. y? X?rf o nn'r &': r' ??? -Ofl' fc WHO VIA GAUj-?. TIAf Anrt.)-K.s f & L' V. " -pA O "7 n . . J A ' . '.Off IITI" '1 - c- STATES 'Ms K ? HS9G-iff fu. J?c'WTto.. rB y .A X 'iyj. .? fer- 4 LOCAL COMBINA- TION TEAM WINS FROH ANSON Anson Team Completely Blows Up In Seventh Inning. The team composed of players from Daniel Baker and Howard Payne de- feated the Anson nine by a score of eleven to five. Madden's hitting was a feature of the game. Owing to a lack ot time a proper write up can- not be printed this week. Below will be found a write up of the game by innings: Anson--Baker singled to left but was thrown out at second trying to make it a double. Shill and Myros fanned. Brownwood Mitc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 19 May 1916

THE PRISM Friday May 1!) 1916 4 A..il..l..l. ! ! .. 4.44.4. !. !. .! t j.i.iM'j' Ta. afr a a a af a ai air -- -- afr -- -- -- .-f- i a aaaa a aaU afr aia afr afa afr iL tti afr aBa afr Ja a M a X aTaM aA Atl. 1 THE TINE TO GO HONE FOR THE SUN-1 GRADUATION GIFT HEADQUARTERS NER VACATION FAST APPROACHES We extend a cordial invitation to all students and their parents to visit our store and inspect our gifts for Graduates. Pagq.Four No doubt there are a great many things in our line that you will need to take home . with you--many things that ' you can not get in your home town. The summer stocks are very complete here and we can help you prepare for your vacation. Standard Lines of Merchan- dise in every department. "You Can't Go Wrong If You Buy Here" Let Us Show You the Latest Arrivals in Summer Goods THE ROBERTSON DRY GOODS COMPANY "The House That Saves You Money" Gifts in prices from 50c up. A Pleasure to Show You. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE frfr 3-- !$ '.. ! EVANS B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

' 1 Lure Ctx Xe;woi Ai . fek i V v-f THE PRISM Volume 16. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER S3 1916. Number 3 L. s IfK MOVE TO RE-ORGANIZE PROHIBITION LEAGUE COLLEGE STUDENTS CAN DO GREAT GOOD TOWARDS HELPING THE CAUSE. Since the voters of Texas decided on July 23 that they want the ques- tion of the state-wide prohibition sub- mitted to them the Prohibition "League of Howard Payne should be re-organized at once. This League has for its purpose the study and dissemination of knowledge among the students of the institution of the influence of alcoholic drinks upon our people socially politically ethic- ally and religiously and to assist in putting the liquor dealers out of the state. Although we are in a part of the dry territory of the state yet there is a great amount of needed work that can be done -in this territory by this organization. There are 252 counties in thetate and 186 of those are en-1 tirely wet. In the last election sub- mission carried by only a very small majority. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday. September 22 1916. Vkv-. '.-'-. '... tfc? '.. "'. . T MOVE TO RE-ORGANIZE PROHIBITION LEAGUE (Continued from page 1.) certain fact that they are the ones who should help to bring about this change. Then let this League be reorganized at once and begin one of the greatest years work In its history. Every young man In the college should be- come a member of this organization whether he can vote or not and help to add to the Btate constitution an amendment forbidding the sale of in- toxicating liquors in the Lone Star State. J. R. D. COLLEGE BRIEFS. J. J. HAYES & CO TAILORS French Dry .Cleaners Next to Chamber of Corn. merce. Phone 320. SULLY Wants Your Whiskers 208 East Baker Street Gwln Henry has entered Howard Payne. Mr. Henry is an old Howard Payne student having attended here several years ago and we are glad to welcome him back. T. K. Reid and father visited friends in the college this week. Pierce and Jete Baker were among the visitors of the colle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

m f. Friday September 22 1916. THE PRISM Page Three OUTLOOK ENCOURAGING FOR FOOTBALLTHIS YEAR A IIIGGKR AND BETTER TEAM IN. KUUKN- A GREATER NUMBER OF VICTORIES ON GRIDIRON. (By Walter B. IHgginbotham.) Last year we predicted that it would be the greatest year for ath- letics that Howard Payne had experi- enced in many seasons and now as wo think of the great showing we made we ca nnot help believing that we were right. We will admit how- ever that our prediction was not wholly without uncertainty as to Its fulfillment for wo could not buse our hopes and Judgment on past experi- ence. But this year we feel not the College Boys CLEANING CLUB $2 Four suits cleaned and pressed each month. Pressing Club Four suits brushed and pressed $1. Twenty-six free shines with either club. Ladies cleaning and pressing a specialty. Phone 158 We Specialize on Service. Cleanest Bakery in the City Best Bread and Cakes Bon Bon Bakery slightest fear or hesitancy in prophe- sying for we are sure that we u...

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