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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 July 1928

WWW' v r:''Cir3j!TM''V''.' "'." .1';-'-" THE OPTIMIST. WjN ' 4 ' V3- 'PIWKI IIIIIIMII.....'...... I II II. !!! Mli ' I. -!! I H M ' '" " "' "'" " ' mmf "'7" '7" ts '.... ' ..'w.sr : : --" i-i : M i.?v rAsteft ; PreacMne file Word QM H & . V i "r i ! 1 1 : A nnmlwr of Undents held services at M Mi VI .."-' . .-' t I . Thursday July 12 1923 Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year 82.00 y. i.'JV A'ddrcss all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to : THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' " Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. f 1" i?5;A-.v'REPORTEUS.' G. Hall Jean imr ''' '' ..' i.clia Page and Lota Wolford. '7 '&- '' -Z ""."' PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER ' Business Manager Uhvc balyer Kollins Laycc Willis Urccn fti.. T ' 'US. A". --r.V FORGETTING THINGS. '(?' - .V fi '. . & There is. an old adage which says "Do not worry over spilled milk." It sounds rather trite but i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 July 1928

...aStti NiiiiiiiiiM - ' - - - . TyTflMSSSSTTg-v.- j W "jBwit '.'I' T" V 4USS SMW" 'VftftTliuraay'Jtt1jr 12 1920 'KW-'r """'" ''' " " " " ' v :;''' ' V '"" ' r-'.' -':: --v; '-vr. ?;.. '';.-. if THE OPTIMIST ' THREE ' - MW lC . . ' vrJ'-.-. it vmtnr nflnn o rvinntftirt I .h.mrl MMr1.iv rvin miner M in .. a ... . .it-)tfa i. -. i ! ir-ia iiirr-iiiiif 11 -.--- -..-. ..nv. .... Ul - M( f - Mary. Trees' visited with Gladys Lehman last week-end. '! . ' '' Margaret Mitchell spent Sunday in her home nt Winters ' Loiiiso Richardson and Carl Lovchco were fii Vernon last Saturday and Sunday. ' .Josephine Movers had as her guest the past week-end Miss Dolly Wilson of Fcr- ' &i'"' '' Texas. l."-. . . - Myitle Dradslmw had ail out of town s '" Xci'' B""1 'Sunday fSi...-.. -" V''fc"' M''0 an Addle llipfis enjoyed a visit " ''&??' honio Sunday. '.Tff; ' V?-M'r'. nn 'rs- I'ahowsky and their two 'ykSv daughters Anna Lcc and Illanche mo. "?. " tored to Glcti Iloso Tuesday where they visited w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 July 1928

JHHHnM via ffliM''sffi v ' c.-j3'' ' - ' ' :.. l- -' yx-'"rw;7?v?r: !KW3WJS w.m !"lsr-ii'ai5'' - . ;: - . i ? .jO . .:v - ore'- - v .; -"r J.v'4 'A .'i-. THE OPTIMIST' J' 1.. .1.... im.r... llV Thuretlny July 12 1920 - ' i Rami ' ' ' ' 'k "' w. .' f .?. wu pta H'kr k 1 ' "' wR .' i"1 -ii' ' - N OS. 'W& : ' ' ' ' Sharkie May Be Ignorant of Many Things But His Keen Observation And Inquisitive Mind Will Soon Teach Him The Ways of Life Dear Pa: How is that toe that you knocked the nail off of while grubbing? 1 liave been uneasy about that. Yesterday was the day for you to wean my i colt did vou do it? I am feeling fine. I don't reckon there is any one here as healthy as I am unless it is wear assafoetida around her neck same as I do. 1 just know that 1 have been saved from a many bad disease by wearing it and she says the same thing. Of course we stink when the weather is hot but we don't care as long as we can be healthy and Temple says it keeps her school girl com- plexion. Now wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 July 1928

o9 sSSfcv ?4C5? vSt : . - - - ' '.f '&mNHBfl 9" !N v ns . v. -- una. - . . ..' fjii!J&w&&?&Jm P taj ' -v ' c - - jiiaSjtoTE Vol XV . ABILENE TEXAS THURS DAY JULY 19 1928 No. 40 & "J m H F K v I . tl X . 1. . j 1 ' ft It the hoot k the Owl thit makes the boom flesh crawL" That ii a nice little Vadage the Owl thought up during his more aeneus thinking moments. It mjr not sea anything hut it has a wonderful rbjrthm and sounds good. Some of these dapper co-eds and horse laced what-nots would do well to paste ihat bit of wisdom on their mirrors and look at it occasionally. It might save them and the press a little embarrassment. Lord Nelson brick yard blond from Dallas and Editor-Emeritus of the Optl- ysrnlst surely had a heavy date the other night. Judging from his appearance as he walked out across the railroad one -would think that he was goingvto spend a month with his wife's people. With an arm full of education books and a pocket full of pennies he escorted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 July 1928

I I L 3 -. re r rvu . TI1E OPTIMIST 1 Ml ' ssJjt- S Thursday July. 19" 1928 -- "48?r ro-a V ' HjiuLsqi trawi Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building subscription t'er Year . ...S2.00 - r i . .- t- f - 'Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' Member of Texas Intcr-collegiate Press Association. v .' . .-T.'. -' Bu ' "' ; 4; REPORTERS: G. Hall Jean i:j '. ..... $?: Lclia Page and Lota Wolford Bfc"ti B w"" ' PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGHTINER ' . : Business Manager ik . ... ." Uhvc bnlycr Itolhns Caycc Willis 'Green ft fT 'y . .V I ' . i ? ' - ; GOSSIP. inns jail tell Iter about yore grandpap's rcat? uncle's step failici1 what flapped General Washington when they fit togeth- er in 1775. I no tho gals will be proud to git went 'with by' somebody' like my sun. Don't git to be a flirt though; bekus it ain't nice. I hev got to no feed the chickens. Rito soon to "mo an yore maw.- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 July 1928

HWrnmT - ..- 'StfWJ'i-i' "... i r' Thudajr;5Juiy'l9.1920 HIE OPTIMIST THREE" n 1 JtojMtasi. d fj j HLttl L LsTt .-asi- i. PERSONAL? . .fc. fi r..i- t i i p'f'TTi - i"a iuiu fAJwicuuc iias xxiumca irum i.U UT .. ". i ' ..: Dailiart where she hot been visltfng for the past week. .Misses Addle and Alllo Dfggs spent the an :';.:-. i "; : -jv ... i : i J wcCK-enQ ai Anson wim meir nuni Mrs. i .&! : ' v -'Vv Msa Maggie Brummctt visited over the i ' J '' " y''-cn(' w'ln ner cousin Miss Vonnlfc Lee ' ' i' ''Brummett. . "- r 1 h- v m i. ffmi. . K JtW.r' 5r-rt.-.-"f rrj. iV w ai 5 in ?'". Miss Louise Kirk had her mother and father and a cousin as her guests Monday. . ' Miss Deatrice Mitchell of Simmons spent Saturday night in Daisy Hall with her sister Miss Margaret Mitchell. Hugh Bennett and his father visited in Lubbock and 'Dig Spring last week. i .Marcus Moore of Fort Worth visited Paul Southern Monday night " Lola Norton and Jennette Wade were in ' 'Sweetwater Saturday and Sunday. ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 July 1928

'v All "'- i. j V- ri' .'i i .SW 1: &W' i K ' K k V - Ei v J':- r. 51 w ?".. ? J - ' .V ' ' H kH' .rit && JLfeDenrPax ! a R i IP i Sbrkie's lasl Letter i r . nn racnemeni wnen Of Girls And trouble. By some "of somo girls hero vine all the week to Is . j&JJ- I am in. f(. Vi into the hands i. . 4V2tJ i havo been tr i- '' ' 08 that I told you about but they won't accept my apology. They wffisf won't forgive mo ana one boy tried to whip me but oh boy my training ifc.-!' -.- : wJLf .1 i '. ' f. " i j.. r. a nrtimnn llin.ji MAtita tlt Atrnv .ft.raAnn bii.a ... .m knniln P. Ma... yt All lUIUUIIfj HIVfDU UUnO Uf Wll Utll.lllUVa DUIU bUlUb 111 1IU11UT. A U 11CV iustdon't Understand me I don't mean any harm. I see right now I can X never mkrry as you ere the only one that can understand me and you are ? already married. I will not tell you all that happens from now on but you can just keep this in mind that roia iace lo-iace. oay ra aa you ' . .1 J. f -i..! 1 .; . (;ci rnusp j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 July 1928

rifiBl ' .'' i -.... Tt?. .'. is.. -. At0. . "i-.!-- . - -V :" . .. ' t If . ' v .-.. ' '? 2 '.'.'. ' !3T.V ' it . '' . . ' . ' - 4'iSii . : r i ' -. J.i.7L b V-.i- ' r .. .;- VoL.XV -"' . AD1LENE TEXAS THURS DAY JULY 26 1928 NO. 41 ESIS8 ' ' . J - . ' . -i. ' jJ'.lii ' v C i -V- f . I-V.-Shij'ii - ' Y . f J . t 1 ru. i l . rVlO. m .. ..' . 1 i" . : ltiIOTlM ; iKOPPTCTrH I JMI ill I -I .HBI 1 .... r XI .".' . . -.. .Sum '... "" t if ."'"i i. 'ITT' - D Z iii '! "V. f." N .1 I' r i t &; w 5? U 3 i'.'V A...-4- & SP " '5V.K J .' "Second Coming" Is Discussed By Baxter Uro. Ilnxlcr dljcuffcd dome phaerfl of llic. subject of the second coming of Christ Sunday morning. As n hasis-Scripturc he quoted "Yc men of Galilee why stnnd ye looking into heaven? thin Jesus who was received up from you into heaven slinll f-o come in like manner ns yc heheld him go ing into heaven." The following thoughts arc excerpts from the sermon. The question is often asked when is There is a young lady hor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 July 1928

r.i?!fsyiMffiaiaate:?'sag HIHBUHUnBH Pw? wiKwe . fat L m .- . fit & i";. - m UW'. T. t 1'ijA; j- v "! LWi&s.rrwji I THEOPTIMISf Thursday Jul 26 1$28' inn' x iwiwinr-jiw6i!iir3.f . t:mw-H ' 'ikj viv ' jli ' ; v fUIl !! ! I II I I 'W.tJ'fl ' XI. Jr. ""'Tr 'Bi 1 WT! 4 .U. W1 JilAMWMWBBirX TV ZIC . I- . ' V ' .. "! Mi ' -B m j r kml r . 1 4 I - i( $9 ;t' 't rwo '.' iLir-;. 4 .- - -1 3 J i o .' 1 t J ' f I.' ' I i ' ! - i ; r ' mm. 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 Intcr-collcgiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER X - Business Manager REPORTERS: G. Hall Jean Olive Salycr Rollins Caycc Willis Green Lelia Page and L6ta Wolford. APPRECIATION. It was Stevenson who said "Tlie world is so full of a number of things I am sure we should all be as happy as kings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 July 1928

...-. . 4fe - "rraLi feat .'&& v afctsr- :WT r-4.T:3M. .. h ... .A". IBT rAfMWfc. IT " 'a-: "i. .Li.'- t t.. 'XV' s$r5 V? ;. u " .:A. f -lt v ... v ' ' ' ' i . ' f ' ;. v' ' u' ihrz A-SiP'-rV''"TffF'TTrWW "taKffiflltWWwffl ?SW-; i SV?$1 !'5w.1waJS vf.r.;iK Tffwr'z K vpf;sf' tpsimwmxsi1 v : . ' sr c s'T ..a ' ili . Kr tejl. r. . ".. u . u. - 1.1. 'V. AC J W . J r.i'r ll'UK' dH -. 't c- .5 .r ft ' " . - i V : . l."M .. "( jl J ' ( flXWi' " -1 :- ' ' ' "-.:.'. -J-!' 'r .) rN . - THE OPTIMIST THREE PERSONALS Miss Nell Clilsm spent the past week- '.end with' Miss Maxlno Wliilmore of Sny- - .der Texas. Miss' Doll Young and her mother and titter Mrs. Lowell Wimbisli visited in -'sDaisy 'Halt Saturday Sunday and Mnn- ; .- Mrs. parts' 2nd her daughter Ora from Itasca Texas were visiters here Sunday. ' . ' Ertftn'a Mae Green was at home in Syl- vester last week-end. Toiln'o Russell Inez Wills Itohert . Fox Lloyd Nelson Price Ewing and Standlee Mitchell were visitors in Midland Sunday....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 July 1928

. .G I f w fc ii r V i w S 4 1' - . LmK Sharkie May Be A'Gossiper But He Certainly Gives The Students AD The News In A Manner That Is Very Pleasing Dear Pa: I wonder if it is cold enough there to wear youi wool socks? Paul Southern wore some rod socks this morning and kept the whole Chemistry class warm. I don't know how he did it hut Paul is just of that nature. You know Pa there is a girl here hy the name of Ching Chism. Last .Friday night about two o'clock she jumped out of bed; it awoke Nell and she ask her what she was going to do. She said i "I have started to take my morning bulh." Gee pa hut she must be dirty to have to begin so early in the morning. Clcta Morris didn't believe in black cats until she saw two and just after that she saw Price with two girls. What if she had seen five cats of a dark color. I don't know whether Price would havebeen with five girls or not but I do know if ClcUr could have seen a number of cats that would reprcscnt'lhc different girls that Price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 August 1928

ftl ITtliM rffl TIMMfff r 111 I ll j.WjSfc c. . . A4V-?f HHL 1 j V III I III I iwl j - . . 4v'"l'rp -v. Mia i ! : 1 n;r;li; . - v: Art t.w s : " VLXV J? ' --''-- i--' - " ' MBtK"1 j. J i tBBBl Ikd m BbV l " ilk Owl'telitt fchifeeafis of f&rm fe 4 B H wk Wmf b4 U it innr; yuiniiifc m vn m tMicpciHfCOT utici 1 faatab laaMt UMMraafHin ' .cTbe Owl ki a Ferirussn man and baa licMiTMiMitic.'aamikc iat "Ma"-1 all rear. Same way or oef thouab. the -voters cot Aeir w4a erse ad did ftaye berj1 yU. Tht' rtakei me a(lfl( Tiam determined that the Yi j Wad and W'FIag ol Tergngoniam alulL not be fnmtijff in the aiuar 4Belieyiag that the rWitentlariea aliould by eprtdt and that thia great commorc weikh aVMiId. be gUrit back to the boot itBgeM'jaekers and thieves I liereby sibk.y platform to the people and de- eiaefBt I am gIng to be in there until 'V Now cttttotners here-ia what I stand for. Tl Bra fiu iilinHp linitrs UAM monv. UMIt .-. ............ .. ...... a governor that understand atuaeMa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 August 1928

I??"' kw & ?-. ;:"H: flfr Ifitt .i$i' f "Vu . .VA M )? S&? 5&tf' Mil w Vt' i jO ft: T f anS &W I: f rst &wr&&tw. : '.' .wv ;V;-': ' 'i.-iffi'VCil'-'T -ft 5:. '' OTtN 'i'i. . Mjp ISW Vt . 4 '& .V? rt. "V 'tTWrvyy " v' . ' ' '-Thurs'daV- 'AugusrinMBfit P-" ..M S0 i' v V -v.- 4 - !V-" ' :. :;. ..TWO J.THE OP.TIMIST 1 JX V . "f vt f .'.' uiia V.i M WL'i- i & ;S . J'!'" ?f.'U 5 ry K6SE "Ar- : Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College". i'""''"!1'!'"1'''' h Pptimtst Uflice Orccti iiuiliitnt ' v V ;- ' fc .'Subscription Per If car...:.. .........:..: Li ......;..:$2.0p -' 'i''-'- " Sv ' ' ' ' 1 : ' ' r- s kt &".'" V. 'Address all Correspondence .and make all Money Orders Payable to ifUik'-i 'V ".': .'"".. "tHEdPTlMfST ABILENE TEXAS; . ' ' -);'"$ ;"" '''.i .' Member of Texas Inlcr-collegiate.Press Association. 1-H'";.?fc 7 ''" PA! IT. SOUTHERN '. " 7 tM' ' 'i5- I "S .ft' . 1 W k ?'. 'vf ' tiW.';L PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Cliicf HUGH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 August 1928

t7j rA '" mm r.'i:''1"" '; lV 1 a'.w--r.. ' t' -.;.'.' .;$?Mm m ft. :- A . V V I 4 . ' ' .vBMH ttiT. ' ' '. vfc5ThursJajr August 1920 ; THE OPTIMIST v .' ' ' THREE L 1 Professor Adams Gives V1 l Chapel Atfdrcss Tuesday if ' fi Tuesday morning at tlio chnpcl hour ! ' "' 'BrothcrVflllcr II. Adams spoke in an cf- . '?f6r . to.cricotirage tho students .who plan) J Utt he 'teachers to attend Institutions of t higher IcornipK and to take advanced work f - after "receiving their B. A. degrees. Le- l fltrA Stanford University was -highly rcc- - ' ' ommchded as an excellent place for this I . work." ! : .VBrother Adams gave his description In j Ihotform of a trip through the school de- ' i- IscrjbinG tlio campus and buildings as they ' Iwould lie wen by a visitor. Particular em- 4 - jjphasls was given to the leaut!ful Palm I ' Drive which leads 'from tho city of Palo VAfto out to the campus and to the sunk- en ganlen In front of the administration 'iliulMinp. lie said that such scenes were ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 August 1928

S.Trjaj5XSSCKSSS3 ill mBSEsSKm-- ml :$0 w FI p 'dc'i'i mi . s '-- Cfe I 1 . w iMt ji-E .A i .. - . v J- w'i fHv " 1 '''(t ." WT 7f ? HJI OPTI jiisf '.fp' Jhurwlay.ugujt'a; 1923 ffl : tflftaK. ; ':. . f'V. n-.ctr art aatSB ii &l Dear Pa: t; tm .' . . . -M Klfttf '. H-7--St.5fl!TOT : 5I'i '.- ti rll i - if ' ".;- r ft ? . N lllv.-- I -' K ' a i . i5-v . I'S : - . V T ayi ' -'.f & : L'ri ' r ait " St: ;.. " 4'" "TV f'lwV-. f.r UBBm Mm5B kV l SIBwAj'i ..r Kroolis jQDra From Be Amount Of ' - 1 ' Expdsei One Would !M That Hs is . A Reporter For The Key Hole Gazette mj j&Mfn'- 'i ' t "" ! 'ope "'"8 JcMcron't reach you Inte since I vvrote it early. Anyway IM Jlift' V1 ' if " freshand y.0" ahm. tilifr-things. ...JJoiyou suppose that Ietj ? I M W$f- v ' '; tcrs would smell bad like mackerel fish if they were left-over? I atff 'il '& ' " ' afraid this one would bo I am sending Jl. on right now. n sendinsr it .on rieht i uro. lircwer was here Uie other 1.. .. . .- if .1 . .'i Ui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 August 1928

iiTMMM SaHPHffflvmBfl V .;" 7 T- ' K-'iy; h'i--'.V' fiZx fffBi Vul XV ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY; AUGUST 9 1928 wn .11 ..- 48. - ' t w Vl aaaaaa-Lt -sssssja . sssssi sssssss -ssssu -b-b-bm 1 -aam.ai -aaaa-Bfli r a-sawa-i -aaaaKi r-aaaai -sbbbhi aaam bbbbbj aaa-aaa-i bbbbbbj i-asam ..sBaaaaaaa---'-aaam r ssasa-si r- .. I U t. ' 1 1VV Tlic dissertation on courting which the Owl promised to continue In this column this week is really 0 five hour collego course. It has always Ivecn taught hy correspondence but since the Owl has-jan-noifiiced himself as teacher there has been n strong demand for the course by resilient Students. Oscar Kelley and Tolbert Kennedy want to begin the course immediately. They stato that the approach is rather difficult for them. An actual demonstration is what they arc interested in. seeing. They seem to lack that old "IT"' whiclMs so neoes. vary in Winning the band of a flapper queen. Somo of the girb also desire to register for the course. That pleases the Owl b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 August 1928

A TxveXQsixanassswrmmssi '-i. -. '1 1 1 wi ' 'BsjiU ii. ' -Vr .? rr lu- m ! '&' Je m & ?"-' r v.';. A: .-V' -. m . -ji ;."''-. v .'jii-..; -- AV -- if ' - -111? "' '.- sV. . i.i wysitefi : . ' r .? ' ':'-;--r'j- THE OPTIMIST .V" '"-" ' "'-' . r'fftR Published Weekly by the Studcnta cf Abilene Christian College. jy ' t Optimist Office Green Building ': Subscription Per Year. -' -. 'W - ' ..S2.00 Addrcs.a all Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable fo THF. OPTIMIST AtlM TNF TFV1C Member of Texas Inter-col Icgiatc Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER - Business Manager REPORTERS :G. Hall Jean Olive Salyer Rollins Cayce illis Green Leila-Page and Lota Wolford. " ' . ' - q THE TEACHER. . A few weeks ago the Writer was conversing with a gentleman who had once been a school teacher. He changed his occupation lie wild because school teaching wus too liard a work and there was not enough in it. The "coin of the realm" had a greater attraction for this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 August 1928

r-. fc S& W. V- -i V V1 's.iJ"-'i ' ... ... . . F. & i .-i ..-) v. ' 6 ' '-V '.'' .. . w.TT -t K ' Si y ' ' '"' v -" ..: -i. ' K ; Tir 'Sjfv : "Worship" Is Theme V Used By Bro. Schug Saturday morning In chapel Drotiicr Schug spoke to the student using ns Ills subject "Worship and. Service." He made a distinction In worship and service. Wor- ship inspires individuals to a better life splritually.NfMlc It is possible for them to Ro through the formalities of service with. .ou' worshipping. However this service ' would hot be acceptable to God as no srr- " vice Is 'acceptable to Him unless It is car rlcd out with tho right attitude toward Him. "God is n spirit and they that wor- ship Him must worship In the spirit and truth" was quoted by Urotlicr Schug. An- other important statement of Hrotlier Schug Is that Worship was made for man 'and riot man for worship. He said ''worship Is meant to Inspire us to n .better file spiritually and showed that only' the worship of God would d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 August 1928

tssarigBRnacs fJr". ; - '.' v '.- ' - v-'. v-vww . . ;-. wi 'I i t u . . 'v . ". . . ' ifij'j- ....' . aft-' ' w.VAe lFT" i' ' K J .t-'V l " .'. PUR;.. : . T y '' . . u tr-fi .-( witr.u. .t w;.i. . v . nHyS?rnMISI'- Thursday August 9 1928 'i ."".. fl?lv" ". iKiri ft iiY.! i V Jvj A' l&ro'fflrt ''CSoo& $ .1 i:iH ' M J- SaSSw As The Close Of Summer School Draws Near Sharkie Increases His Power Of Observation And Exposes Many Incidents Dear Pa: Some body said the other day that all of the important students on the campus would have llicir picture appear in the next paper. I went right over and asked the editor if my picture could come out and he said it could. I know you'ItlJ)c proud of your son and all them folks at home will be too when they scmy picture on the front page. I'll send you a copy of the paper. v I found out whatlrxfnje was the other day Pa and I surely Was sur- prised. There are two kinds of dates I don't know if they are spelt alike or not but I do know there i...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 August 1928

-jr Sg! -L jJ iMrrr TtW'W&tHr y Vol. XV JfiF- ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1920 " .-NO i Demosthenes didn't lme anvthing on Frojessor J. Sulllan "Hoot" Gibson when it comes to speaking. In fact old heart breaking "Gil" can give nnjone instruc tions in the field of articulation. He is one of the greatest exponents of the spok en word in America. This diminutive ora- tor is an "articulator" from the word go. What I mean he can fickle a fellow .way down where it Is funny when he speaks. v "pib" didn't know I was'going to gie him this big send-off hut since he is go- ing to lcac us soon I want to hand him a nice bouquet and make him feel good. Complimenting him reminds me of a speech I made one time about twelve jears ago. It was the first one I ever attempted. I began to drift into the deep sea of un- consciousness thirty minutes before time for my appearance. When I came to I was standing on the platform of a one- horse town high school orating on a sub- ject I had never hear...

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