ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Optimist, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 27,044 items from Optimist, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
27,044 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1928

'.a Y;i ' i- . ar zss -..... .i-;: i'x j- . '.. "4-iKW-V."HIM.' I L-- .. T.A'. J(W " .&.! i. 'Oft. Ih-i. kWUJ7.ri' MHMWtfWwfcJWM.JJaW . .. . . 2KtVJZX&.'::;-''- . -.r;?7m.7rm?; TtKKxaaraasa kv-7 ?-'V--tV?t araUfwiWd Pago 4 THE OPTIMIST U-'V -s?imJ!il A PINAL MEETING HELD BY POST MORTEM CLUB SUNDAY NIGHT. After church last Sunday night the Post Mortem held its last meeting of tho year In room seven. The pur- pose of the mcoting was for election of officers a farewolll get-to-gethcr and tho initiation of ono now member. Tho new member stood tho ordeal exceptionally well and fell heir to tho office of Embalmcr an offlco that requires much concentration and fore- thought. Mr. Cheovcs tho now office holder in tho After Death organiza- tion seems capable of occupying hl3 position satisfactorily reputation on tho football field and on tho basket- ball 'court speaks for itself. In tho election of officers C. B. Hendricks was chosen" to lead tho club next year as Chief Surgeon and Ro...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

HHHKWffiEHMHHRHMmffl? Is SL 4'iilU if."T K.yraFi4rF?UEr t i JTi a..k .. irw itlkt" . i. rii J7it- f & z1 j :t r. u m-- i v c aui"-iw fw t. v l " . t t- - i rr .. ' wmUkC Era N tf rr.' - ; EiMf a . ' . J. ' ' w 'l i . . flfl Voixv 1 t i - . r - v't t sr nrif j j J r PSfiR ifllSJHt I nv rBr-H HI rwl P IFWi H HLam. H ' '4.; '- J I I . L-2- I A t ABILENE TEXAS THUJIS DAY JUNE 17 19928 No.i35' . i ! T ' ' ti ft i &; t wit1' DRAMATIC CLUB TUESDAY NIGHT FOR SUMMER TERM 0. Kelly Js Elected President At Meeting Twenty five members of lhe. student body met in the auditorium Thursday ee nirig and organized the Abilene Christian College Dramatio flub for the summer term under the direction of Miss Nell Cliism teacher of expression. The purpose and nature of the club were discussed bo- Iijre the house was opened for nominations of officers for the ensuing1 term. The following were elected as officers of the club: Oscar Kelly president; Herman Campbell vice-president; Lois Manlcy-sec- j-e...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

Pago tyo THE OPTIMIST Thursday June 14? 1928. c fo'" u- I H1 ' I ! . ft- . ... 0 v C .9 3- v ... K J 't V t$im$tom Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence .and make all Rloney Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. - PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGHTINEU Business Manager ( REPORTERS: G. Hall Jean Olive Salyer Rollins Cayce Willis Green Lelia Page and Lota Wolford. ' 1 SALUTATORY The 1928 summer session in Abilene Christian College has just opened. As this is being written registration is being completed and students are beginning work in their various courses. Scores of old students are taking up their work where they left off last summer. With these old students come many new ones. To all these and especially the latter named we extend sincere greetings. . Those who have come to Abilene Christian College for their lirst time may be dis...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

raufifWA-ft M$ KT mmmtmiiidlm1- MArinui WfifWrFW Wfl ";" ' !' -f. c' " ' ' '. : 7 . '';: ' ". . ' ' '- '.' ' 3 ?i.' .Thursday June 14 128 THE OPTIMIST Page ThrwT 'If-1 to!: v- :" f IS ' J. J ' tf V - yv a n r Uwl Mil Is Latest ' MemberoflolelnOne" TIic thrill that comes once in a lifetime wa experienced by Lawrence Smith last week when ho made a coveted "hole in one" on the local campus course. To coun- teract the probable Incredulity with which lu'a Rplf story may meet Mr Smith states that he has ample proof of the truthful' ncss of hls'stalement. It happened like this. Dinner had just been finished and the students were joy- fully walking back to the cool shade in front of Zcllncr. Damron suggested that a round or two of golforould not be out of order. He and Humphrey challenged Smith and Southern and the game began. The evening was ideal for a golf game. The sun was shining the birds were sing. Jng everybody was happy and Smith was telling a joke. Not a breeze stirred as he lifte...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

t-.'.'A " .r;-y.i i'.i' ffi ''f 5 jr J r . 111 i1 ftiwii wi iwnMiiiiiP in I niwin iMffM w mm hmm nniwiifli BiwinwMiWMBw Mrrrai prin mwnflmiiiTffl w prir if ilia I mil mmffisrwmminh nvmiirrm Twmr tv ' y r-' ' -" " ' ' - m iiiirirT"wiiiiiniitMiTMWiinMiM in iiiTWJtiWHLMiA'ww'LiMCTiflriMMininFiiffi i ii hi iiwn rrmrir MisMWHwn'riniwiirriTnMrnTTO iw n wiMfimiiMHinTT timTTTTiif rrnrrT ir rim y . . ' V- :' .:.:.'.. 4 '.' '.... . w- r-?p . - '-'' . vf ' '''" ' V ' - T1F 1"'"' V "Til I I ill n'i'i "' ii MH "" '"I inn i 7i & - ' -'.-'. ' ' . . .. " ' 'sri' 'V-rvif fiv -: ' ' . ..' " . " ''..... r""N ' J. I . ' ip.!.--.!.-. ' " i 1HLUHIM1SI ..... Thuriday Juno 14 im . . . . i . - i ''. : T ' ."tjc i arm " ' .-I- r ' i fiiw . -v n . . r.' w . ; ii- r. i r i-- ..i ; . ... . ' " tmm p m . MMM . Informal Breakfast Heiah) W" Club .e y tlub enjoyed on Informal break- fpsl at Itic homo of Alice CrnwfimV Satur- day June 2. .Speeches expressing their appreciation of the W Club tfero made by the new...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

'' i " K-of&fcii. ' & nktioh's bwtiaa. great lMtitutlot2o Ihiiher ') .second toi none. . r -f " - r VS. " -.- tJ'b. ' h . - w !Tale have a a Tegular nnn ftf the above V www - - onraniwitions and the oh rirciilntea the most gossip nronortioa to the membership Is t.. nn. which 111 choose to run. The Talk-Talk-Talks have a distinct ad vantage already; In my mind. Paul Miller and THert Yfttr have been having a lot of secret sonfer- encea lately and" they just got me to itcWn'-all over to know what 1t was all about So' one biotbIb at 8 a. in. I anchored myself BllenUy over tseir "heads and listened In. And It de- velops that" Paul has discovered a miraculous medicine which cures gout Insomnia algebracltls ingrow ing tee-nails; halitosis gau.ni-.: galleB-archesj-erossed-eyes topay- turvtokwof the liver and pug-noses; 1mathat Paul and Tolbert have ""- fermeLa partnership to sell inw Ififmarvelous remedy aifl that he Is to n hm Tolbert' 1b' proving all the fore- BO - - Egt' going st...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1928

&& VEine St lapted to tha physical aeeda ofccolUfe Skj be skierf pojwlar.Vplaceifor: tltoeewbo fiaelK . JjM-JC vA1" JOtJl JJD1 1 Chiropractor and "Masseur - ' Lady Attendant anrr'TPTSj'Ttniisji '- ..Special -Rental Rates to College Students and all makes'. TypewntersgBol&aad . $ repaired;- Also call your attention. to eur recent move from Grace Hotel Building x.' to the United Cigar Building. ' . . !: f i " nvn a fnLnnv it ' '".. .-I. . .WW. rt. UMUIWU ffI. wrir. 959 tN.: 2nd St. " 1 "V.'a ". -. . r ?4 : Sam Houston has seen ltsleily ..' J.'. V ' - : v ' : . : ?e field and the -gj WlS&S&t ". ; ' . '. !; " : -.IT. Wefore it ro vn' VU W t' .V . . ' i . aayT.I. A. . .- J with envy. 5 lS&--i' The Pal M-- EfclMl "fT ... . mi "1-f-vnur service. NhAn .rv in f r !gMB3lMfM y pM '1 IV ' .' ' V .SSui5..- In P' uma- -SET .' .T-"'5.'rt oikB ' JLi - ..-.f sniB w B"; r - i particular u.:.tc 3bc ..y."'"i''w'rr V. tU BRA" rP r . 1 . . ' '' '-Wit ' -r . aKC - ' i IVLMP ... ......

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 June 1928

' J ' . J. V V. ."'. f . i- ' ' i - v-. . .-.- "A ". ' 1 S w? . ' . - S i :. . '!; '''"'-... Vol. XV ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 21 1928 v ' i . --' " - . No. 36 . I il?' Ktf iVT 8SCI ivy mPSL 'M fflary Hale to Succeed. Miss Yetta Mitchell Miss Mary Halo will be head of llie Speech Arts .Department of Abilene Chris- tlan. College for 1928-29 session taking tho place of Miss Yctla Mitchell who will as- sume her duties as head of the Expression Department of Trinity. University. Miss Hale will accompany Miss Mitchell to New York where her studies will be -continued at The Studio For The Theater under the direction of Theodora Irvine. Mlsj Hale received her B. A. degree irom Simmons University in 'June of 1927. She was an instructor at Hamby last yea where she taught both expression and lit- erory courses. Having completed the pre- scribed course Miss Hale received her-. ploma from the Speech Arts Department of Abilene Christian College In June 1928 after being presented in graduation ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 June 1928

'fW. WiiiSiilPw .U '. .- . . ' j j' r-V1;. ic.' ;.-J:ii-.'. '' 'A 1 1 ' v .'. it. . TWO ri a. THE OPTIMIST Thursday' Juno 21 1928' him i. 'jr-j i . . ' j.v . '. i i is-. .. i i i ' ' v ' ' . HtlrrHPtV 1 ' '. I i . -.1 ?": . ' V. ' ' ' .' ; -. 11 p i irtV-jffiiituisii Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year '.. .$2.00 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINEIl . . ' Business Manager " REPORTERS: G. Hall Jean Olive Salycr Rollins Caype Willis Green Lelia Page and Lota Wolford. GREAT MEN FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS. As a rule the outstanding men in every land and n every field of labor have "sen from the ranks of the poor and lowly. There is some- thing about hardships that schools individuals for the higher things of life. Jesus Christ the peerless son of God came from a car...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 June 1928

BSH Wl . . I . .. ll ' EBMTfffl 3j i ; v tf-tf A ' . " XWThursdny Jane 21 192& j ( i r W?V . ' - THE OPTIMIST THREE frra. PERSONALS ;. UP fciicru (pent the past week 1 .- : ';p ' '"ij '. nt 'ier 'ome ln Memphis Texas. ' ' tt vif " '.'." "". ' ""! Tldwell visited relatives In San '.k:-vAngclo tliq past week. lh'&S. ' '1? V;'.-"' Opnl Utile a student of Miss Lawrence Is At Home In Abilene in Okla- Knlicrt Coffman entered ecliool tlto first of the summer term hut later decided to & lilftt sllttimnr. ! .- . .. . - r - -- ';"? attending Wcnthcrford Collcgo i 'tJiohia. -. Jr ' ' -.t . ftvi . .i..'t. r i i Si '" return homo and work- '- ' . . jyi ;.hnrncst Witt is linck on the -campus Vfr'"- Ra-" comP'cin8 wofk on ''4 ' A. dc- Vi' y'l; Herman' Camphcll and Woodard Rob- W '"L " morc i -uiiiiock tne past week fVf ' end where they visited friends and rcla- fe:Uvc . . 'i'.i-V - www Sullivan Gihson visited at Ralls re- Vti. 'tecntly . : "" ' . - V.UUCII nuns was wen eiroiiniR nrouni...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 June 1928

mstmugUgsamVmBJSEmSJam aBw ' ' "" . i... .1 . i .1 i ww.. FOUR J niL2H5SL Thursday Juno 21 1928 3f' V -. 1 i MA. V i mkt Kyoolis jQrg (Soods CH . 1 iniswv'-.i w:! Mr AWCCIVE'SLH'GRCIJk STAMPS Interesting Letter Is Written By Freshman Describing Conditions As He Sees Them On The College Campus Dear Pa: I got here without getting hurt bo you see there wasn't any need of )qu and Ala worring so much about me. The place isn't like the picture they sent me but I am thrilled more than I was when I found that old hen up in the hay-loft that stole her nest. I know you are wondering just how I made the trip. It was just wonderful. I like cverthing but the name they call me. When I got off the train at the depot two boys asked my name and I told. them. They just laughed at me and said that I was Fish. I said I wasn't but they kept saying I was and they have continued to call me Fish. I asked them when would they stop calling me by that hideous name and they said next year. I thought it wasdumb...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 June 1928

CBiliBSBiaMsmssssssMssssssssW IffilllBilalHBBiHB ' A. VlOS" -f .. tdJtiUKf JOft WM.. &. 'i irf' tinf. ' if"t '" .1' ' ; v;yv V ?t ) itt VV " .' 'r ly y. r Vol. XV ADILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 28 1928- ffifflffifcnifflBssssssgsssssssssssssssW ' -- m"" si " . ua.s lCTItUiaSMMMnSaaiMMBafryEiraflWrefcPaWai i ' " ' . MM f " 'i i v i w r . . 5 j.i . 'taawi 1 ' ' i It ' 'Ift " i f ijf Af ; t7" h it ' S5". "SiAtfik ':iMM Wi . College Church Flans Abilene Mission Work Brother Krenshaw and Wife Will Devote Much Time 'To This Field Students and friends of Abilene Chris tian College will be glad to know that the College Church has employed Brother and Sitter Krenshaw to do missionary work In the city during the summer and fall. This Information was given out by Dean Cox Tuesday. At present Brother Krenshaw is con- nected with an insurance company in Abi- lene. He will continue to demote half of hit time to the insurance work and will .!h1 the rest of his time in the mission field. . " It is...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 June 1928

$9 Ssw 'fwiwV- -oVA -JCSKSeS3SGS? 3&fcjL f V?QMg '' ' wmnmwtjwBifcim 7 r j .j MMM ) ! h 2W' ft 'A . jiM i" v '4 1 l' (i 4. f 1 . ' WML 'A c ( V Ml w i t V I Vf ;- TWO THE OPTIMIST ' j Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office. Green Buildinc Subscription Per Year.. 2.00 Unusual Prayer Service Is Conducted Wed J I Thursday June 20 1923 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inlcr-collegiatc Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN ' - Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER Business Manager 1 REPORTERS: G. Halli Jean Olive Salyer Rollins Cayce Willis Green Lelitt Page and Lota Wolford. ' VWE SHbOK IT DIDN'T WE BIG BOY?" i ' The story is told of a flea that once found lodging on the back of a big1 elephant One afternoon as the elephant was going to a matinee performance he walked across a weak bridge near the circut lot. When the bridge had been crossed the flea tickled the elephant with a little ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 June 1928

tii'Ul: EOTxAMAfift ;fW t Jul . '(' '-. VA"-. ' I " " '". '-... . JUiursday Juno 28 1920 THE OPTIMIST THREE ''jfWWvi'?"'' t. ft. V: W.- !' . ki:.. 'T'i-iJ. r rVV wt z f2 I s?i "V u"S 7 H' 5EE i.- 'ti ji fc ' ' l; r '"'sfi tsmrr m' II t i " & f . .- th PERSONALS ' ;-r.. G. Ilhliop of Sudan Texas vtalled ' Herman Campbell last week. $ : ' ?'. MagRie Ilrummctt spent last week end '. with her sister. ' ' ' . ' Will Scott of Sweetwater was a visitor hero Tuesday. ... Krnrut Wright spent the past week end with his parents at Ildskell. Tom Vaughn from Tuscola visited ; friends in Ahilene the past week. Khion Holcomh a student of last year has it-turned to school. President Baxter is due to return from .California July 10. Luta Lawrence will visit in Dallas with Miss Yetta Mitchell. Miss Mitchell is' to leave June 28 with the group of Texas Artists to study in New York this summer. From Dallas Miss Lawrence will go to Sherman and visit with Miss Virginia Scott. Emma Mae Green visited wi...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 June 1928

iW '.fVfc-r.'. ussm-. SSSSSSE. WM " VgfcJi-a... ;-.;;;. (uo.''wa . "Y ' . ' i .. .'ji.wr . it nwtmBWT"nnMw"PwaM "' o3SBtw v' f uc J yV lt ..V WVj..v Vf-'V vwrw . V U. -" r ITT-Jw - i .;-- - -- . - .. .....-... ..- ......... ... .. . - . .- . ... -. - . 1 IT" SRI ." tift il-?.S' p . "V . "v jKoyit..- i M o'w."t- :'.' Conditions Look Better To Sharkie After A Week's Stay In The College ; But He Does Not Know Everything Yet t Dear Pa: :!I.am perfectlly situated here now luH'lhen wo have some excitement. flIU 'iiccwce vou Eave me. . Sorno one told mo today that PresidentBaxter was off on his vaccina . ' tifti.' "They say he lakes one each year. Gee but he must be afraid that lie 'ingoing' to catch some disease. But as I was thinking of asking you I Om't take no vaccination and I don't want to get any sickness so I wish you woulS (ell me which of Uiosc pills you put in my grip to take. I re- ' . member yoiirsaid 'that one kind was for prevention and the other for cure 7 afid it might kil...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 July 1928

& - - i ' '....... .-... - r&timm EJM J .'Vol XV ABILENE TEXAS THURS DAY JULY 5 1920 f wit&S?'-- ' .. - - W !-'( - m IRiS r:ir fe H' m:. mj?' .. iu IN 1 ll-T'i . m lip. 'V t.'.t- BC -JR u? - . w i . i Faculty For 1928-29 Session Is Announced A majority ol the 192720 faculty will bo. retained for the next school year and a number of new teachers will bo" added the pictorial bulletin issued by the college this. month announces. The faculty for the college of arts and sciences will be Batsell Baxter president James F. Cox dean and head of' the edu cation department Elmer L. Nichols Mar garet Bishop and Walter Adams asso- ciated professors of education Mrs. Bat sell Baxter hostess Mary Gladys Arledge librarian Mrs. Clara Bishop registrar M. V. Showalter E. W. McMillan and Rob- ett. C .Bell Bible professors M. V. Showalter classical Janguages Howard L. Schug modern languages Grover C Mor- las head of the correspondence depart- ment Mrs. J. E. Weems extension English' Elizabet...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 July 1928

. j vrihcjJT Trw t r . tvi.as . im " . -r . -"v-jv i. Kib ' .i -:" i'vjw 'Tii v i :-"- r. j " -r r r . . - . j-kxhxYju.-" t -. .r iww Tir t s fnuj-w '-- - ' a- ri ' rnvfc.1 '. V1 .j --'. ' j i i . . T jB.'-.f'-.T "tr.iU. afiiPL.A-' . l. JTO' a ZH..P. ''' -TT X i -. - 1TJ ... ( i A"" -' ft. JS" J ri.j .IT"t r y r t . tr . ' T'jAL T. MJiLi i t. f f - .i7 r . . J-. i . ' 'i n ! ikj . . jr io n.i 'ajiJ ( i? t. s '- r . ?. - .'T-r.. !. -' i w-ww . . "j r v t i ii W&'kHi fc A T vti 1' .7 .. '?.' - -' . r .' ' . - r-. -n- . -wsnt-. u T-Ayjfc wKisrrfibifcv rrrV ' '.".. s: "- : - v r . v Krf 'p.v' s ' --;.' tvivvi" " r" .''-. THE OPTIMIST ' Thursday; July 5 1928 - T" ' ' ' I ' -." ' ' ' nmmm ' ' ' '- If r. '' ' i N k r w. .jt. "! ' 'fv 'j- - fc SjltKmtgU - . - y0ungMen'sffleetingx Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building v Subscription Per Year. . .. $2.00 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABI...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 July 1928

.' ; 'fctei iiwJN9R?fnMsHsHiiiiiiiHi ' ..i'w2.9sH HutsiiiHsasi lisHIIB jjjffi J' - f rtetfif.-Jufeag 19ft ' " THE OPTIMIST fete- i' ' ' Jtg3 V-- - ' "L.L;1 ' " ii i i mill - . r.v 7&a .. THREES PERSONALS &'. life "Woodard Ilobin went to Sweetwater Monday morning on a business trip. Herman Philip was seen on the campus this week end.. Mr. and Ma. Loyd Hodgklss have re- turned ram their honeymoon trip and are to spend iho rest of tho summer months tith iier parents Mr. and Mrs. W. ) NfcGradjr. .-.-. . ' Jlf.Honeli of 'TUrrfnell was a visitor here ij'iindaY. Alton Win. !)!tli v former student of A. .C. Is vUillnjt lure this week. ' Clatt'' i'(i !'i v;mt Ik visiting friends here. Etta Ewing .spmt the week end at Klo Vista. Kdlth Witt and Lou Evans spent the jiasl week end vat Trent with Lucille .Adrian : j. ' ; ' Opal Howard went home to Lo'mela last JSuWday; "' " ' Charlio pamro'n; of Memphis Texas. Max Leach nlto visited Charlie at the samo time. Max Is now employed on his unc...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 July 1928

IllfjjJsTTIII SMMIlHTMsMIIIIMf IMllWlllllllsAll I W& trLJHHMEOfllH Ml - FOUR Hs ? ' T TUE OPTIMIST Thursday July S 1928 S?f 7 J&T T 9 y-r 1 Jim PV 1 ' - Sharkie Learns That Hard On Socks So To Send Him A Fresh Supply Immediately Dear Pa: - I am just the same as 1 was the last time you heard from me. You just tell those folks at home what told me that college would change ME that they didn't know what they were talking about. There hasn't been a tiling changed about me since I left but one pair of socks. That re- minds me; I want you to send me a new pair of socks. Last Friday I moved my clothes over on the other side of the room and I dropped one of my socks and it broke all to pieces. I have got the oilier one standing over in the corner as I can't wear it until I get a mate for it. It was the pair that had the hole in them at the end you know where you put your foot in. Do you think you can match it and send me one to wear with -the one I have left. What do you suppose is ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 July 1928

n.'f'-'-.-wjprJ&i.-j;fl-pp PPlPiMlWPPP -' 'PWPPW Ti ' Jr l ' "V ''Mt vwjo -4W A. . J'u"Mvt ' . T '.. ' t 'E.j.rwir. ?':C-V x "''' -4 &' 'i "itn ? Vol. XV ABILENE TEXAS THUIIS DAY JULY 12 1928 No. 39 r ?-ij ' W V- "' V "-t;J I - IPMI It Vet MIlJLMJyCT ! w r; . . ; HPt "T T Trir Trrr cr - ;-' & i 'Evening customers; my folks are all light how are your liogs? Ii lias been remarked lately that the Owl does not give hoot for anything these day. Well the Owl has been rather reticent for a few weeks hut he ts all-fired mad now and 'he is going to supply you with a few hoots. He has a nice lot of big ones laid by in .store and all students are hereby given fair warning. If you do not want your scandal broadcasted you had better keep straight. The Owl is perched on the big- gest tree on the campus and hoi's just a-rurin to start something. The Owl's policy is to give all the news the same month its happens and without: frnr or fmrtr. Wltnt flu twit wntitd U .-. . ....... . r..w ....

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x