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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 January 1921

SENIOR EDITION THE OPTIMI Friends are like melons; shall I tell you why? To find one good you must ....a hundred try? ST " The law tlmt rounds the world the same t Rounds the dew-drops' little frame. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1921. Number 16 Series of Men 's Interclass Games End in Fish Triumph SWEATERS ARE TO BE AWARDED TO VICTORS FRESHMEN ARE FIRST AND ACADEMY TEAM IS SECOND SENIORS VS. FISH. PRESIDENT OF A. C G. TRUSTEES SPEAKS i. S. ARLEDGE COMMENTS CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND GIVING. ON I lie close of the first period the score stood 9-4 In the Academy's favor. The period On Friday evening at 6:30 the Senior was full of fast play the Academy boys boys having defeated the Junior team met keeping the ball on their court about two- the Freshman team to fight for the class thirds of the time. Cantrell did extra championship. Tho Senior team put up work as forward assisted by Arledge. a hard fight and held thoso notorious Fish The second and third perio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 January 1921

mmama DawmamnmMitmmitttm M I I THE OPHMIST. Published Weekly by the Student! of Abilene Christian College. Entered at Second Clou Matter at Pott Office Abilene Texas. Iffice Administration Jluilding Room 6 ubtcrpitlon Per Year . ..... $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' .iher of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON..... Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. SENIOR CUSS EDITION ..Editor Mary Gladys Ariedgc......... Seniors The Firing Line. Surely wo are not playing too much the part of the plagiarist when we in- stitute a new department for our paper and call it by the above name tho there is another school paper in the state that carries in nearly every issue (his headline and a somewhat similar treatment of in- ternal school problems. The firing line is where the real issues of life are fought out. Inten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 January 1921

mmmsBssmm mRnmWr?TiK9 8 - rtjt vwrtrttintt t n c p.ntto ca EACH DAY BRINGS SOME DELIGHTFUL NEW THOUGHT IN FOOTWEAR FASHIONS If it is not a new combination KID AND SUEDE STR-AP PU1VJP tltcn.it is a new tonguelcss like illustration with bca'luiiul em- broidered eyelets just outside of the lace stay. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OMIIiaaBHaBWHHBgCaaag8BligHBWBHBHtWHHHM 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. n mninunimnimmnQXUUXaaHgaXBTOlKll OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. rogH5raamHinxKHiK3ffirccro of thctr number. In Mr Dran's honor the class was given an informal social at tho homo of Brother and Sister Aldrcdge Miss Lyllan Arledgo was the official bos of the divinity pa- tience and fudge making. ''In the Usual Way" every one relished...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 January 1921

ha. .amjimr.. in wduffllSwiwjKimKMw QUALITY SHOE SHOR E. G. ABBOTT CORNER CYPRESS AND SECOND STREETS caaffiiJKoisctiffiaGraacrojfflitimffifSJflroQMti casffiHsnmumraifflHnasBffr GOOD PRINTING PROMPT SERVICE FRYAR PRINTING COMPANY COMMERCIAL PRINTERS Book and Catalogue Printing A Specialty Only Exclusive Job Plant In Wo Appreciate All Central West Texas Woik Given Us EXCHANGE NOTES The Lass-O The Lass-0 is appearing fu class edi- tions now. The American composer-pianist Charles Wakefield Cadman and the Indian mezzo- soprano Princess Tslanini rendered a joint program at E. J. A. Thursday night Jan. 13 under the auspices of the Senior Class mmmmmmmmm teBKBgnganfflffaoBiofflfflriB iwaMiMBigiagifflisfflHMg THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your elec- trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 832. cnmfflHBmragmmroMfflMHiKBn CANDIES .STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE (UPTON'S THREE STORE DRUGS 116 Chestnut JEWELRY 1046 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 February 1921

ypMHQfHGHE JUNIOR EDITION THE OPTIMIST Pleasures arc like poppies spread You seize the flower its bloom is shed. In the wreck of noble lives Something immortal' still 2 . survives. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1921. Number 17 FRESHMEN LASSIES NOSE OUT AHEAD AUDIENCE THRILLED BY DANISH VIOLINIST AXEL SKOVGAARD GIVES TRULY CLASSIC MUSIC ON STRAD VIOLIN BASEBALL FIELD HAS BEEN PUT IN CONDITION TEACHERS EASILY WIN OVER. WILDCATS DR. HENRY A. ADRIAN PROVES "SPELLBINDER" "HE CAME HE SPOKE HE CON- QUERED" DESCRIBES BUR- BANK'S CLOSE FRIEND. On Thursday night Jan. 29 Dr. Heriry A. Adratn gave a most Interesting lecture v In the collcgo chapel. It was a mott de- lightful evening Jormll present. Many ex- pressed themselves as flatting It am'ong the best they had ever heard. It was not only entertaining but highly Instructive. AH the world knows of Luther' Burbanks the plant wizard and his wonderfuf success In" discovering and producing new species of plant life....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 February 1921

THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College. Entered at Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. tffico Administration Building Room 6 ubscrpitlon Per Year m.-...--.......$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Monty Order payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Tex... M' aber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ' ELMER J. DERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Atst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON......Duslness Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN .Asst. Bus. Mgr. JUNIOR EDITION ELMER NICHOLS. Editor WILLIE PRITCHETT Asst. Editor Juniors EDITORIALS The Inter-Society Debate. We are glad to note that the two socie ties have chosen good subjects for the ln ter-society debates of this year. The ques tion of debate for the fall debate was the Closed Shop proposition. No better ques tion could have been chosen for that Is a question that stares the American people in the face. Tho time has come when .the industrial world has either to decl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 February 1921

HHHHHHHSBBHHH p.flCKO C0 EACH DAY BRINGS SOME DELIGHTFUL NEW THOUGHT IN FOOTWEAR FASHIONS. If it is not n now combination KID AND SUEDE STRAP PUMP then it is a now tonguelcss likn illustration with bcatuiful cm broidcrcd eyelets just outside of tho laco stay. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY owjuMiamuiuiuuiuiuiitMiMiiiiijiMMiiirgnnsawHat THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BANK .appreciate the student body of tho schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking;' ' t; W. HFREE OSCAR PARKER President; W. HFREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. -flifflgramiQrcntoiifog w PgggWMW?ffimnmaTO(ngMngml This Paper Is Printed by the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS- igi(raBmngim;fflociraaaKMmagyga REX STUDIO HIGGINGBOTHAMS. PROP. 249 PINE ST. For best remits in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 February 1921

i For Your Own Profit and Convenience SHOP AT J. C. PENNY CO. New Merchandise arriving daily coupled with prices very reasonable gives yoti advantages worth while. Sco our now Read-to-Wear Shoes and low Quarters for Spring and Dress Ginghams etc. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. r J. C. PENNEY COMPANY E. L. NEVE RECEIVES LETTER FROM D. C. JANES WWWliaHWHBatMUSUHBMfflH MKTO(PM(WPffl(WI(gn"touMB'ut!Dfll THE ABILENE GAS AND. ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your elec- trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 032. C!2aJifi!!!!)ffliUKll(IiCU10CKGffla ifflimfflrctitffflnwaH&rc&issKK HHWWXI CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE COMPOTS THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street JEWELRY 1046 North First MMMgraffinrarcfflrcffifflfflflBfflfflgifflsgH MMOraiMaattMKBflMBflfflfflfflCH PIES! CAKES! ROLLS! WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AND PLEASE YOUR APPETITE. KLINE'S BAKERY 259 PINE STREET PHONE 196 MMHMMrcinmrmnrnaffittfflfflfflmfflnKB iSfflKB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 February 1921

wwm ill UUKUM SOPHOMORE EDITION THE OPTIMIST Pleasures are like poppies spread You seize the flower Us bloom is shed. In the wreck of noble lives Something immortal still survives. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 1921. Number 10 HARDING LYCEUM GIVES ENTERTAIN- MENT AT OVALO LARGE AUDIENCE SHOWS GREAT ENTHUSIASM AND APPRECIATION. Thursday afternoon at 5:30. about four teen Hardlngi accompanied by several Zcllncr friends gathered in front of the administration pulling. Five automo- biles were used to carry the company to Oralo Texas where the Hardlngs pre- sented a very successful lyceum number. The theatre at Ovala was filled to over- flowing. The program opened with a poem "Out Where the West Begins" by Mr. Willard Davis. Then two good numbers were given by the quartet. A solo was given by Miss Vallie Jo Rhyne. A reading "Dreakln the Charm" was given by Miss Eula Kirby. Mr. Ilraswell Oliver rendered skillfully on the piano "Napoleon's Last Charge. Severa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 February 1921

THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. . 1 u r Cnlered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Ifflce Administration Building Room 6 tibscrpltlon Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Mono; Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' .ber of Texas. Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. DERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER -Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Dusiness Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. Custom. Custom is the tyrant of men and holds them In bonds stronger than steel. Our lifb runs on worn-out paths laid In the ruts of social tradition; our experiences nro run Into ready-made moulds of pale abstract concepts: our fcclines. emotions. cravings and longings are controlled hyj former generations as well as by habits developed In the course of the routine' education of the individual. When an individual breaks a custom he is recognized as on inventor a genius.! n iiiinKcr;o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 February 1921

tdflpw'ifcliut- "v? "f IflTu Beautiful Spring Footwear Our Showing for EarljvSpring Foot- wear for Women Is delightfully varied and beautiful and more charming new models arc arriving every day by express? You liavo unrestricted selection of a very comprehensive line of tlio most'Ccautiful FOOTWEAR ever shown in all this sec- tion. NEW HOSIERY TOO. S&jKT . 4f3 jf wjm- x -?? 4wvtt ' i' - JdBBIu. .. S "mnaKmnyvAX fb . ' 7 -:- 'i t'tH .&?&: " " .'j7.v. zm. '.";'; xxt-Zi"' ';"' V y y ?.' ' :'.' friends" and bd entertained for 111 Sys- tem worksWrum. ' ' f System will enable you to make better use of your experience and save you from pitfalls and miserable failure. T . ' By I. D. AoTie LIFE. LIFE is n turbulent stream i some drift idly downward while battle the stream in slow sure progress. n -W others Iclr upwartf the Jf '$ ?''' '"' f". Xs' ;'.&. 'sS- t ';hX''" '- THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE Bill appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you are alway...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 February 1921

MHifflaMaSilMCM It MAN'S MASTERY OF MINUTES. Three Matchless Values in Men 's Shirts at $1.85 $2.75 $3.85 Shirts with tlio niceties of tailoring and the careful finish identi- fied with good custom shirt making. Quality that will appeal to good dressers and material that will stand wear and many trips to the laundry. In the collection you will find such materials as Woven Madras Corded Madras Printed Madras and Fino Percales. Well- known reputable makes including Nofadc Cluct & Pcabody and other makers. An excellent assortment of the prevailing colors and patterns from which to make selection. LOT 1 Shirts that sold regularly up to $3.00 now $1.85 LOT 2 Shirts that sold regularly up to $4.50 now. $2-75 LOT 3 Shirts that sold regularly up to $7.50 now. $3.85 j0ZT AMnt't Fmrlu Campoeu$ quAUTY-M VAwesEnwce i HBCHmMffiraBfflsmmiaiEQMfflEi BgfflmsBifiifflfflmgmMMffiagMg THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your clcc ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 February 1921

FISH EDITION THE OPTIMIST PUasures ate like poppies spread You seize the flower its bloom is shed. In the wreck of citable-lives Something immortal still survives. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1921. Number V) l- BIBLE LECTURE WEEK BEGINS HERE FEB. 20 FOURTH ANNUAL SERIES OF LECTURES TO BE ONE OF BEST. What sill undoubtedly lie one of the gicuteat of A. C. C.'s lllblc Lecture weeks wilt begin next Sunday morning ut eleven o'clock. Tlie Ulldo Lecture Week is an annual alTair in Abllcno Christina College. The speakers un tills year's program arc from every pait of the country and re- present some of the strqngest congrega- tions in the brotherhood F. W. Smith of Nashville Tenn. will he the principal speaker. He will deliver a scries of lec- tures on The Holy Spirit. All the patrons and friends of Abllcno Christian College are invited to attend thce lectures and see A. C. C. in action that they may have the opportunity of teeing their college In action an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 February 1921

pyw PHESEEI THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Ifflce Administration Ruildlng Room 6 ubicrpltion Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' -ber of Texas Intercollegiate Association Press If F.LMEU J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief .JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN .. . .Asst. Bus. Mgr. Freshman Editorial Staff: Wendell Bedichek Editor. Blanche Williams Assistant Editor. Itcporlcis: lla Duncan Lois Kelly Clair Wciklr) Ruby Hayes C. A. Kllngman Jr. Ruby Templcton Ethel Jones Kolli. trine McKctuic. 2-1 Together! Can the student body of Abilene Chris- tian College still hoast of their bountiful supply of "pep"? It seems that they are breaking into little bunches rather than remaining ns one big family with mutual .merest and mutual joys. Why not stand united a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 February 1921

I St s l1 " . 4 ' KtBMWtMUglllMtUimmA Beautiful Spring Footwear Our Showing for Early Spring Foot- wear for Women Is delightfully varied nnd beautiful and more cliurming new models are arriving every day by express. You have unrestricted selection of a cry comprehensive lino of the most beautiful FOOTWEAR ever shown in all this sec- tion. NEW HOSIERY TOO. aOIMIsliaUMW"MMaUagCHPMBgB BOvlimUWXOTmronWMOOT THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BA1 appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you arc always welcome and we arc glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. II. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. II. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. &5OQM!3CaCiffiCa MWWWBTOBffiMEITOCroflmn This Paper Is ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS i JltJO(X0flaKl3OQfflDClQQCraOt!K3Q(!0(IR BHHiiaaratK3fK'jOTi0J0fflrocirmni3ot HAVE YOU EVER THOUG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 February 1921

ttcjimronOTnOTOTBra 312 Stores 312 Stores Our Spring Merchandise IS ARRIVING DAILY C It will be lo your interest to visit our store nnd'tukc advantage of buying welt selected merchandise nt llic lowest price. i . t fenney mm a nation-wide institution. 312 Store 312 Stores osmmmmmmmimmmvimmxmiics!m 2fllM5ffiflIiW5M8mffl0 H THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your elec trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 032. iffiffiBajufijaffisoaaoH emfflfflflfflmflrotirtniufflimnroiEmaKnirnrsranH PIES! CAKES! ROLLS! WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AND PLEASE YOUR APPETITE. KLINE'S BAKERY 259 PINE STREET PHONE 196 MKrafflacMinifflmMggffigs 8&0!i.!ia(u!cn)nioa)a5ffin)(uaiiijU!!i)iUBC!i5auiiBa FREE DELIVERY OPTIMISMS Wendell "What is the difference be- tween it had hoy and a postage stamp? Jesse Mo "Come on I'll he the goat." Wendell "One you lirk with a nick the other you stick with n lick." 24 Lien "Do you think much of J. Wnr- re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 February 1921

ACADEMY EDITION OPTIMIST Pleasures arc like poppies spread Holt seize the flower' Us bloom is shed. In the wreck of noble lives Something immortal still survives. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1921. Number 20 BIBLE LECTURE WEEK . IS WELL ATTENDED 3fl33uXlg3MinCg333R3mW MISS EULA KIRTLEY READS "SEVENTEEN" Inji SPEAKERS OF ESPECIAL AND UNUSUAL ABILITY ON PROGRAM. INTEREST SHOWN BY CROWDS Many of the Patrons of the College To Hear Lectures and Visit. The fourth annual Bible Lecture Week began at Abilene Christian College last Sunday morning with an addreni from Dean Speck who took ai his subject "Godliness is Great Gain." Sunday evening Dr. David L. Cooper of Harper College Harper Kansas lectured on "The Need of a Trained Leadership." Dr. Cooper discussed this topic from three divisions: The need the training and the leadership. "As in the days of old the fields are now white for the harvest and the reap- ers are few. There is no question of the need of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 February 1921

t n mm mmmm mmmmmmmm N- THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Clan Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. tffice Administration Building Room 6 ubserpltlon Per Year ................ $1.50 AddreM all correspondence aid ihiko all Monty Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' aber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON ....Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. ISLsHI nH i'TB iBJtWHttRgLLasLssLM BIB BjBpBiiMR BlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsflR t2n WBBlkSLttnBCXsP 1Bb9 fl BBuHbVHbBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBbH BBBBHsBDBWliBHML kiisSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsll KBHPViSBB?iSBBBBH KEflSSSaEEKBflKS' ACADEMY EDITION. Overton Ribblo Editor. Jewell McDonald ... Asst. Editor. Preps Light and Power k In the beginning of the Creations the cry first thing that Cod thought of was Light. "And God said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 February 1921

miraraCTmffma;maaHBffiaflBgqflHra5ig3KMw i Beautiful Spring Footwear Our Showing for Early Spring Foot- wear for Women Is delightfully varied and beautiful and more charming new models are arriving every day by express. You have unrestricted selection of a very comprehensive line of the most beautiful FOOTWEAR ever shown in all this sec- tion. NEW HOSIERY TOO. Social Events mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmimmmmmmmmmmammmmMMm IF. p. C's Meet. At the Appointed hour on Saturday night the V. P. C's were entertained by Misses Alpha Moore and May Bell Na-j bors. A delicious feast was spread and 1 between bites many jokes were told which : t kept Iho guests in laughter until a lata hour. After "lights out" a motion for ad- journment was made by the matron in charge and the guests sped quietly their different rooms. Spring 's Newest Footwear to MHMBaWWflaCTUMllimBiqmii THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BANK appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 February 1921

IESH HHfflmBffiBiiSBBBmaB PERSONALS. THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your elec- trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 832. Miss Estali Loving is here this week. Floyd Rush's mother is visiting him this week. Pretty Lot of Silk Dress- es Your Choice for $21.75 n. Delia Made Findlcy is visiting Kate Mo Kinzic. Mr. A. F. McDonald Is visiting hero this week. EKECfflffllSa KBMSHira PIES! CAKES! ROLLS! WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AND PLEASE YOUR APPETITE. KLINE'S BAKERY I 259 PINE STREET PHONE 196 g BaffiamraaHTOrcaifflttMffluMKixiMXffl FREE DELIVERY PROMPT SERVICE TIDMORE DRUG STORE PHONE 78 MlMIMBBoMfflBgaggggZ WE HAVE THINGS THAT WILL PLEASE THE COLLEGE BOYS AND GIRLS. f t Hittle IMjopp? "Things That Are Different" 259 Pine St. Phono 1000 tmwii m nmnmpmmmmmMivmsm REX STUDIO HIGGINBOTHAM. PROP. 249 PINE ST. WE FINISH EVERY DAY For best results in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing and cnlarc ing. We have a bi...

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