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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

ifiggpsMfcasga THE OPTIMIST i1any waters cannot quench love Neither can the floods drown The high way of the up- right is to depart front evil; he who keeps his way pre- serves his soul. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 16 1920. Number 12 "-"""""" "P" yi-iii-Mn'i ! hJ.j.u.Un.tU.lJHhillifflll ZELLNER-HARDING TENNIS TOURNAMENT BROWN AND LEWIS WIN TWO SETS OUT OF THREE OVER OPPONENTS. On November 8 the Ilardings met the Zellncrs in reply to a tennis challenge extended by tho latter. The match was to Lo played for the best two out of three sets. The fight was close and hard. The Zellncrs won the first set; then the Hard. ings took the honors of the second. The Zellncrs made a final rally and won the last set with a scoro of six games to four. Tho Ilardings were represented by Jes- sie Mac Sewell and Roy Johnson both ex- cellent players whllo the Zellncrs were rep- resented by Earl Brown and Bird Ray Lewis. A close inspection of the score card re- voaled several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

Ewmm V t . THE OPHMISL Published Weekly by the Students Abilene Christian Colleac of Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscrpltion Per Year -.$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. She' Is at 'Galveston now but will bo in Itasca in n few days. Jewel (lowland's mother and father vis- itetf her Saturday. ' ' '.4 Manager Howard Noles went to Mcrkcl Friday to referee a basket-ball game and to attend a reception in the evening given by the Juniors In honor of the Seniors. I. day. E. Carpenter preached at Cisco Sun- YOUR EYES. M' jber of Texas Inler-collcglate Association. Press ELMER J. BERRY.... . Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS .... Asst. Editor HERBERT LOVE Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON..... Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN .Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIAL. An Apology. Let this bo an apology if there be need for apology; and if there is no need 'for entreaty then take th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

""1 THE OPTIMIST WORDS CHANGE THEIR MEANING PICTURES NEVER DO PICTURE- SUPPLEMENT Yolumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 16 1920. Number 12 BBHHMWu'-r "--;r. .. "Uift .5. A. C C. OF THE PAST. t A - HENRY ELI SPECK B. A. M. A. Dean &..' ..&! ass- .' -i'S tc . ( ??. fc ' ' i' cT "" - ? """"""""""""HHH&MHHsViBff " iLwHwBiwwwijww wMffinHii llfHMBWliBJrBFr : Rtf B -ff t SB8fi'H PPRlBl .&M v.' '' Pictures tell history far more ac- n ' 'curntely thnn any number of words. ' On this page may be seen the prog- ress of A. C C. from the beginning ' to the future. PRESENT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING FUTURE V. ..! . JESSE P. SEWEL1 President inn itv nnrnmcjkJT Wsm

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

W ASTO AROUND ABMLEME UNDERSELLING ALL C0MPETH10N IN MENS AND YOUNG MENS CLOTHING Our Clothing Department continues to be the center of value- giving in this vicinity. Wo aro not getting anything out of this sale except good will but that should be stacking up pretty well at these prices when you consider our reasonable prices to be- gin with. 175 SUITS FOR MEN. CHOICE HALF PRICE In this lot you find Hart Schaffncr & Marx Suits Stylo Plus Suiis Spcro-Michncl Suits and others of America's best-known brands. Serges Worsteds Cheviots etc. in Men's and Young Men's newest styles. Special prices range in these Suits from S8.25 to $57.50 ONE CABINET OF SUITS REDUCED ONE-THIRD About 50 Suits in this lot of fine Worsteds and Serges marked very conservatively to begin with. They arc extra special values ut this reduction. Stocks in both lots nrc limited. Early selec- tions are best . 'f jmm g ? Kr iLtWIQk JbbMB il 'HypEPIMH h1 woBMMfflBiiMha&uji'cuiuSB 7 J "TRSTW ! EVERMAN PARK SHOWIN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

OPTIMISMS C Buy Your Xmas Footwear Now During our Great $50000 Stock Reduction Sale at the - v Greatest Reduction of the Year I SEE WINDOWS sKEssaomsspaESBS THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS "Of The FIRST STATE BAM ABILENE TEXAS Desire to express .their appreciation of your friendship and to wish you a Merry Christmas and n Happy Prosperous New Year. ' f Oscar Parker President. D. M. Oldham Jr. Vice-President. W. H. Free Cashier v R. Peters Assistant Cashier Jas. R. Bird Assistant Cashier. J. H. Chorn Assistant Cashier. Dallas Scarborough and Arthur Sears Directors. " I' -.HW&S '?: Prof. Bell "Compose" a sentence which will contain these three vrordi: Boys Dees and Bear." James Childress "Boys bees bare when they rocs In swlmmin'." Miss Norton 'The paper says there is a .short 'story famine" Mrs.- Walter' Slkei-"Don't you believe It. Walter has a new one to offer every night." ' "Would you like to take a walk?" Ruth asked.1 ' ' "Why I would love to" replied Thorn- ton. ' "Well don't le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 December 1920

EaCKsKd KgffiggHHOHlKgCrfflra sjHUiJMamiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiatfiuiitmliiujw; GOOD PRINTING i . ':..::..:: V. PROMPT SERVICE. H Ffyar Printing Company Commercial Printers 4 f V Wi v BOOK CATALOGUE AND COLLEGE PRINTING A SPECIALTY nw J " IV v 1 THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE JOB PLANT IN CENTRAL WEST TEXAS PHONE 326 WE APPRECIATE ALL WORK GIVEN US BY THE COLLEGE AND STUDENT BODY B paunwB.uaBMHMHmaifflu!im? SOTifflffiffiSifflmffliMBaiHHias FREE CONTRIBUTIONS. (Continued from pace 1) i milcntum shall come and spread Glory and Joy over all the earth. Hall Merry Christmas Hail! "BE HONEST." (Questionnaire. for a Man Who Wants to De a Slap-Stick Movie Comedian). Jlove you cross eyes or any other promi- nent facial blemishes. (Ans. here............) If not stato why you feel yourself compe- tent to be a slap-stick comedian.................. Have you ever worked in a boiler shop or been used as wadding in a dike during a time of flood or been subjected to any other wear and tear which would be good traini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 January 1921

it A . V THE OPTIMIST Life is an arrow there- fore you must know at tvliat mark to aim then shoot. Our greatest glory is not .71 never falling but i rit Ing every time toe fall. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 5 1921. Number 13 INTERESTING PROGRAM BY A. C. C. ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAL NUMBERS INTER- SPERSED WITH READING AND SONG Thursday December 16 at 7:30 p. m. the orchestra rendered their first public concert of tho year. It was attended by a very enthusiastic crowd of music lovers who showed their hcaity approval by the manner in which they received tho whole program. Each of tho numbers on the program was selected with a caro and taste that only long years of experience can make possible. The third number of the program was a cornet solo by our able cornctist Iven Hcnsley. It was exceptionally well ren- dered and served only to bring out more fully the already well known ability of Mr. Hensley. Iven has made a success of the rather difficult task of making a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 January 1921

X h THE OPTIMIST. Publ!$lieil Weekly by the Students of Ablleno Christian College Entered ns Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Iluildlng Room 6 Subtcrpitton Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Mr .iber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMEIl J. DERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor HERUEHT LOVE Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. SUPERVISORY EDITORS FOR SECOND TERM Athletics Wendell Bedicheck Religious Activities. Willard Davis Chaps-ln-Chapcl .....Alva McBroom Fine Arts ....Very Ray Harding Reporter .'. Paul Witt Zellner Reporter ..... Alta Mae Baker Club Reporter Carl Etter Open Programs J. Mac Barnes Personals Katherine McKenzie o Ife' re Hack Again. Everyyone is glad to see the other fel- low back again. So In order to express our joy to one another let's have a gen cral hand-shaking and back-slapping. Air C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 January 1921

btfr ' r x. A 1 tiit Tl Shoe Sale AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT EVENT OF MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND SCHOOL SHOES SEE OUR WINDOWS. frffiaBtBrggBigainTHnmflHiiniflieHmncifflgifl THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BAM appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier.. hSEKffiaa82fflSSS3SHKKmH What Is Vacuum? . '.' " Mr ramogiKigiaKiaaggGfflax This Paper Is Printed by the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS . COLLEGE AND-COMMERCIAL PRINTERS beskhew KBEra6MBfflCKIKra8ffinH3r REX STUDIO HIGGINGBOTHAMS. PROP. 249 PINE ST. For best results in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing and enlarging. We have a big stock of frames. Kodaks and films for sale. WE FINISH EVERY DAY 0i2mQ(scffl)aorau)QffimaQaaDOT gcmpffimaro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 January 1921

MMflraflfeg&i PERSONALS. n 1 I.: bi .V- s - ' 9HHH5uj BARROW FURNITURE CO. A New Store $15000000 STOCK OF FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVER- INGS WELL ASSORTED. VISIT OUR STORE YOU ARE WELCOME. 950 NORTH 1ST STREET PHONE 32 ifonrnnmtnMHMBiwmmiHMMiMinnHnffl JM BmmfflinnmroffliMttroii)ffliPtt(l)WHllfflSm CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE COMPTOlfS THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street JEWELRY 1046 North First MrnwmtfflsrrapTiingmim Miss Malono spent some time In El Faso during llio holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Urynn Iiavo re- turned from California where they have been attending Lcland Stanford Junior University. Mrs. Bryan was formerly Miss Una Street. Doth are former students of a. c. c: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Connway of San Saha spent Christmas with Mrs. Con- way's parents Father and Mother Speck. Mrs. Conway was formerly Miss Huttie Speck. Doth are old students of A. C. C. Ernest Speck spent Christmas with his parents Father and Mother Speck. Mr. and Mrs. Rcba Wallac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 January 1921

4. THE OPTIMIST Great Wits sometimes may ....gloriously offend And rise to faults true crit' ....ics dare not amend. Learn hence for Ancient Rules a just esteem. To copy Naiure is to copy them. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1921. Number 14 CAMERON QUARTETTE RENDERS PROGRAM On the evening of January 7 the Cam- eron Male Quartette gave a very interest ing program as the third number of our Lyccqm course. Tills is a very fine quar- tctte of wide reputation. They gave a pro- gram that varied from the very lightest to the heaviest of grand opera. Everything was included in their program. There were songs dialogues pianologucs solos and in- strumental numbers. The membeis of the quartette were: Mr. Bailey first tenor; Mr. Huffman second tenor; Mr. Hurt baritone; Mr. Wood bass. Messrs. Hurt Wood and Bailey each ren- dered a solo that was appreciated very much by the audience. Mr. Wood is the possessor of a magnificent bass voice with which ltc charms his audie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 January 1921

ECTH gW mw www a MM i1 1 i ...w . T1IE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. tfflce Administration liuilding Room 6 ubscrpition Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Mr jber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. DERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON .Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. Our Gratitude. We observe a note in the last edition of ho Simmons College publication "The Irand" concerning an article written by Ir. Nicodemus and published in Tito )ptlmist. Wo had hoped this little mat- er wus understood in a personal chat with Mr. Barrett of "The Brand." In order that it may be understood by everyone we wish to state that it was an error of the printer in "making up" the paper. It may also bo remembered that two Optimist items have been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 January 1921

" I CflBEOH e OlHWWWWHWHWWI 'Mf & rT i wee I 0 ' v Shoe Sale AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT EVENT OF MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND SCHOOL SHOES-SEE OUR WINDOWS. WFttsZXFA BlHiraffiHMfifflKffiMCinflKBG THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE WSL appreciate tho student body of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com' mensuratc with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY i PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. II. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. ffrjyjngrorafflaroaMB This Paper Is Printed by tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS CCLLEGE-AND COMMERCIAL-PRINTERS IdMMTMIiniMffOTTgWffW B ! M Bl QUttBK8ffiCMqgmnffigBmBrogttilM OTTOffMBtaMKaraMirataMtonHBMoaMiflysc REX STUDIO HIGG1NGB0THAMS. PROP. 249 PINE St. For best results in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing and enlarging. Wo have a big stock of frames. Kodaks and films for sale. WE FINISH EVERY DAY Bgn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 January 1921

.JtjfehJM I BARROW FURNITURE CO. A New Store $15000000 STOCK OF FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVER- INGS WELL ASSORTED. VISIT OUR STORE YOU ARE WELCOME: 950 NORTH 1ST STREET PHONE 32 jfaTOIMBTOMMnmHHMMmaifflmMIMBfflffiM nMQMHWW"'"'"""ra"'M CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE COMPMS THREE STORE DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street JEWELRY 1046 North First jfflftmronrnmTOiffiKnmromtDmmiiCTro agHBafflEmgfflfflgBmnfflgi "WATCH YOUR DRESS" MODEL TAILORING CO. 110 Pine Street Phone 397 Modern Dyeing and Dry Cleaning Plant Just Opened If It's Dyeing or Dry Cleaning WE DO IT Call and Deliver All Work iramiininiinTii'MraM eMnmmafflrcmfflrommmmmMMWPMWDfflaflBrcgn PIES! CAKES! ROLLS! WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AND PLEASE . YQUR APPETITE. KLINE'S BAKERY 259 PINE STREET PHONE 196 iWaWiMmmmmmmmmmnKmiKTO? A BULLFIGHT WITNESSED IN JUAREZ DURING HOLIDAYS (Continued From Page Hum) 5KEflSnKE8flKKIffi2KEEEfi81iC THE SEASON OF GIFTS IS APPROACHING We have appropriate gifts for Father Mother Brother and Sistc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 January 1921

THE OPTIMIST There are moments when silence prolonged and unbroken More expressive may he tliat all words ever spoken. A touch of surprise is cs' sential to perfect sweetness. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1921. Number 15 SOPH GIRLS DEFEATED BY FRESHIES 18 TO 1 SEVERAL SOPH PLAYERS OUT OF GAME BECAUSE OF ILLNESS On Friday llie fourteenth tho girls' basketball teams of the Sophomore and Freshman classes met In the first game to be played on tho new floor. Tho game was a good representation of what Is here in the way of girl athletes. The Freshman fivo were never in danger of being defeated. Segrist and Treat showed well at goal tossing. C Travis and R. Jones did good work or the Sophomores. Fem Peck showed tier superiority as a guard. The Sophomores scored only one point while the Freshmen counted eighteen times. The scoring wos llglit in the sec- ond and third periods the Freshmen being held almost scoreless in the second period. The game was divided in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 January 1921

K rv il THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas! Iffice Administration Building Room 6 ubscrpitlon Per Year $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abileie Texas. M' .iber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY JAMES CHILDRESS EARL STAGNER J. WARREN JACKSON- Editor-InChlef Al. Editor ...Joke Editor ..Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS The Difference In Persons. Why can not all of us be rude and sometimes even mean? Why can not one man commit a trirk that is simply danger- ous and unlawful at the same time re- ceive no punishment while another n-an may do the same JCt ind bo clnttised severely? Where is the difference? Why Is there a difference? Von .ifien say: "Now if I had done that the' w.uld have killed me but he can da it and pet away with it easy enough.' Why? Emerson has said "The difference in per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 January 1921

M E2 I Shoe Sale AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT EVENT .OF MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND 'SCHOOL SHOES SEE OUR WINDOWS. ..-.. ...jw Mrj.rgdi cflfflamagiragaKDiftwi THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BM appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. OMKlHBfiaiaKiMKatlHP This Paper Is Printed by tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS C0LtEGEAND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS i5ffltggmmmffigfflmcicfflaigggmgtBi33y etgffinroomnKgarcffifflffiurafflpfflffi REX STUDIO HIGGINGBOTHAM S. PROP. 249 PINE ST. For best rcxults in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing and enlarging. We have a big stock of frames. Kodaks and films for sale. WE FINISH EVERY DAY B2IH2IU2mfiHHXa08! gnflrofflflflngipK'igaawM HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 January 1921

9HU imii.1 aBtaaWaatitkaaaflaaft V. Vf tr I EBHEmmEnmsnmaisafflSBnB ra Getting Our House in Shape c D Tli is New Year bespeaks an optimistic outlook for us and a much lower price level to our patrons. Wc arc getting our house in shape for these new conditions and invito you this year to take advantage of our saving to you. Our merchandise is fold on a basis of today's cost previous cost being disregarded OUR SERVICE AT YOUR COMMAND C J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 3 CTffiroroiMBtKufflmMMBMffiffinaHffla mmiHfltaiiMauimiiiaiiraKE ft THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. . . . . H ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Applianco Department is now equipped to serve your elec- trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 832. BifflgiMflHgmTKseflqai pmmmmmMimngmfflCTTffrogfflmK!mgmg CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE (UPTON'S THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street JEWELRY 1046 North First j&MQKIHEimffl2I3aSaKGnOT eBBEKEEHEEifflianiinmmKmi PERSONALS Fay nylcq spent the tecken ui her home In Clyde. 1...

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