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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

Friday November 10 1910. THE PRISM Pago Pivo DR. M'CARVER LECTURESTOY.M.C.A. (Continued from page 1.) ticular solution but stated that we and not the misfortunate and fallen objects of pity were to be blamed. The responsibility falls upon the teachers the preachers and the doc- tors. Instruction must begin in the school room followed by a clean pro- gram of purity and single standard in morals. It is the purpose of the Young Men's Christian Association to have one program each month. From time to time different life "work problems will bo presented. These programs will be of the very best type. Special THE0D0RIC3 ELECT NEW SET OF OFFICERS MUCH EXPECTED TO HE ACCOM- PLISHED i'M)i:n Tin: i it LEADERSHIP. In their selection of a new set of officers last Monday evening No- vember G Theodoric Society display ed excellent judgment. Every man elected is not only qualified for the position for which he was chosen but each one seems to be peculiarly fitted for his task. i Mr. Richard Rop'er ...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Friday November 10 1916. The Closed Shelf Folic; in the Library (By Wulter B. Higginbothani.) One of the most important depart- ments in Howard Payne college is the library and the fact that the study hall is in connection with it makes it all the more important it is the one denaroment in the institution with which every student has some rela- Monship. There Is hardly a day that passes that every student in school Iocs not use it either for study period r for reference books or for some other purpose. So far as the order in that department is concerned we might say that it is absolutely per- fect. One can go Into the hall at any time during school hours and find it i perfectly quiet. He can study with- out the slightest interruption. This is exactly as a study hall should be kept and 1 feel no hesitancy what- ever in saying that this perfect order is due in a large measure to the diligence and untiring efforts of the librarian and she is to be commend- ed for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

'Friday November 10 1916. THE PRISM Page Seven 1 WHERE DID THE 17 CLASSJOME FROM (Continued from page 1.) team. He has represented his so- ciety in three debates two of which were won. He represented the stu- dent body at the State Press Associa- tion last year gaining for us mem- bership in that body. In 1914-15 he was 'business manager of the Howard he successfully edited our weekly paper the Prism through its first perilous year. Mr. Lanacster did an- other good thing for the college this year by bringing into our midst 'Mrs. Lancaster who is fast becoming a favorite with all. She is a '10 gradu- ate of Baylor College but she thinks she would like a degree from Howard Payne. Another one of our honored seniors is Mrs. Baten wife of the president. She has done work in Oklahoma Bap- tist College and in Burleson College at Greenville. After two years' work here since the return of the family in 1913 she will take her B. A. de- gree this spring. Horace Shelton or "Cap" as he is JOHN B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

I) Page Eight THE PRISM Friday November 10 IMG. YELLOW JACKETS JR. DEFEAT BALLINGER the jn:si:im:s ad.mim.stkh SECOM) TllltK.SIIIM.' TO t.Lij.(;i:i; man. The Howard Payne Reserves made a trip to Ballinger last Saturday for their .second game with Ballinger high school. The reserves have boon undefeated so far thin season and thej kept up this standard Saturday tak- ing the big end of the score 1S to C. Ballinger has one of the best high school teams in this section and they gave the reserves n hard fight. Howard Payne was able to score only once in the first half. Then Ballin- ger tied the score fi-fi. The reserves braced up and made two more touch- downs. Xo goals were kicked. For Ballinger l.anuford put up a biilliant fight at qinrtcr and their left end was a good tiround gainer. For Howard Payne Camp Piern't and Flmer AVntson were the sta's. f'nnip Mopped eorth!ng "omiiv h's wa": IMeratt made rood "Jain t'r nn W half and Watson newr fai'-d lo ca!n. Special mention niih' ''ie nru'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

lrtie To Vc. "".in THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. lMione 8HO The Thotnilrapliert o( Tnor Ton GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume lfi. KR0WXW00I) TEXAS FRIDAY XOVE3IREH 17 11(' XiiiiiIiit 11 k Y.W. G.A.ADDRESSED BY DOCTOR KNOX TELLS OF HIS WORK IX KOKE A; MUCH I'liEASI'KE AS WELL AS HOOD DERIVED FROM WORK. Dr. Knox addressed a mooting of the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening lie spoke in part as follows "I am more than glad to lie with you tli is evening. I am always glad to talk to a crowd of young people In the cause of Jesus Christ. 1 am glad that I have the chance to work in a land where it means something to be a Christian. In Korea you can toll a Christian wherever you see one. He is always clean in person and life. His race is filled with an ex- pression of joy. "What does it mean to a young per- son to liecome a Christian in Korea? Jt means disgrace disinheritance and a life of utter c'.esolation The father no longer claims the son as It Is child but turns him out into the world. Korea has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

f Page Two THE PRISM Friday November 17 1916 LECTURE ON ECONOMICS HEARD SDEII5 (Continued from page 1.) itcd liability efficiency saving of time and cost of production. The re- maining remarks and pictures were illustrative of this assertion. The vital relation of co-operation's to life of our nation is shown by the fact that there are 270000 of them in U. S. controlling 79 per cent of the nation's money and employing 75 per cent of its wage earners. This fact was brought out by Mr. Kahlert in the beginning of his discussion of co- operative industry. A picture of scientifically feu hogs eating being slain and worked up in- to moat stored away and retailed was given with a discussion on that industry. A diagram dividing a steer in the representative kinds of beef sold on J. J. HAYES & CO TAILORS F'-ciirh I'rv ncjnicr Next to Cliambor of Com. nirrce. I'lionc o20. m vrtw yuwfitMivraa Students Are especially invited to visit my Greunliocso. Al- ways assured of courteous and (r deal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

Friday November 17 1916 THE PRISM Page Three 'A J ft000 I W. C. Bowden The Furniture Man Has it For Less 307 E. Broadway Phone J-937 If You Want to Exchange Anything ! X Y Y X Y Y Y ? Y Y Y X Y Y Y A XX"XX"XXX"XXXXX' j r Figure Your Lumber Bill With H. H. HARDIN Steve White UP-TO-DATE SHOEMAKER Repairing a Specialty Itlt. KItM)uN Di-nllst !? 202 I'.rownwnoil National Dank I Bldg. Phone 11G. Ir I NORWOOD'S Barber Shoo Invites You to Visit Them j WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. NOVICE IS THE ONLY THING WE Si: I J For Automobile Baggage Wagon or Picnic Crowds Phone 23. AHSrSTItOMi TKANSFKIl CO. 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I ? 1 1 1 1 I L Pennants Pillows Banners-All Sizes and Prices I JONES & DUBLIN 1 S 109 BAKER STREET miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiini!iiT Have Your Work Done at Home You do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

Pago Four TIIIO PRISM Friday November 17 1010 THE PR IS m Published every Friday by the stu- deius of Howard I'ayno College. Kn er .I . i ;... Post Office at lirown- ttiin. Yc. if as second class mail mailer. ED PKUUV Kditor-in-Cliief WILLI A.! 1 1 AY WOO O Business Mgr. Downtown Office Bulletin Building Phone Tl. College Offne Koom ::n. Administiution Building I'hone .1-120. Ucsiik-iice i; .Melwood Plume U-l 1'hotic is our I. ikes and Dislikes v. tfp' ill. KltlDAV NOVUM UKU 17 1!M(! T.'n: sTrinivis askomatio.v. 'i ..c indents' association is an ini- loi lant orgaiiindon as lias been sho.wi Ijv some llinus a has recently done but iis significance can not long he maintained with a misconcep- tion of i s .iv ailing parpo.se. We do not mean to say dial all students have the same idea wit n regaid to its purpose hut it is an unquestionable fact di.it ni..ny of them have been misled as 10 i .s chief aim. This niis- judgnient is not due to anything die association has done. It ink'.ht how...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

THE PMSM Page Ki l2M3M$H$HgH A. i S Do Not Pat Oft Baying Your Friday November 17 1 01 0 Attimmt Sayii v The brown hazy autumn lias returned And has "brought us many beautiful lessons of which all life is con- cerned. A mass of soft color covers every hill Ah what harmony into our souls it does distill. A lesson of joy and happiness and love These wilh tender kindness are sent to us from above. Some live lives of gloom and sorrow and sadness; It's because they do not see the autumn and its gladness; If we would only follow her lessons in completeness Our lives would be full of joy and sweetness. Men can deprive you of your properly and hate you Hut they can not take away that les- son which autumn has taught you Kise up and go on and on and on Till every bone and sinew Is gone is gone is gone. That is within you BKVISULY WATSOX. Suit and Overcoat Any Longer I I y f i y V t y y t .Voir is I he time if ijoii expect in get the lies! serriee from hem. We hare lie famous h'n ppenheimer C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

Pago Six THE PRISM Friday November 17 101G vl Y.W.G.A. ADDRESSED BY DOCTOR KNOX (Continued from imp.1 ".) territory orgnnbed. J have eighteen churches in eighteen Manes and each chnreh is held responsible for a defi- n'te terrilory. We keep it record of all the churches. If there aie no Christians in a village we place a large led cipher on a cardboard for that illage. while if there is one Christian c place a red cross oppo- site hi name. It is now the 1 1 1 1 1 of the church members to visi' these towns telling of the (lospel oi Jesus Christ. I usuall call for volunteers to go and I can alwa.vs get them Xo matter if the village is lin or fif- teen miles away and they have to wall;. What d( cm ii mean to be a volunteer'.' It means that von have promised to go to this vilhu.e once every week an 1 pray even day V name for the pop-on who seem- in- terested in your storv. Tin n on Sim- i J. II. Staton I For Gootl Things to fiat Phones .'J7.4$ and .'572 day arise early and walk fifteen ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

THE PRISM Pago Seven lllllll llllllllllllilll 4mX"G'44h4mQ4mG4mQh Friday November 17 1910 The Few Days Between Now and Christmas Will Be Filled With the Cares of Gift Buying Be Photographed by Us and Avoid Twelve Cares p Do You Read the Other Mans Prism? If you do then you ought to send one home to your pnrents Let Us Have Your Go-operation and We Will Give You a BETTER Paper The Management in X I We are also prepared to do your Framing as we carry a Superior line of Moulding TAYLOR BROS. THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF YOUR TOWN r XMtM3MI"!M?M!M?MtMM? Notice H. P. C Societies LET US SUPPLY YOUR WANTS. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Lamberts Grocery Miss .Mildred .McDermitt suffered another attack of sprained ankle this week. The Elite Cigars Cigarettes and Tobaccos ShlneiSc 298 Center "Oh0moo A Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Always on Hand and at the Right Prices John F. Wilson Grocer V A VWWWWWWVWWVWVW Read Out Ad on Page 3 G. Ehman & Co. D. F. HA3HI0XDS $ Is a good place for t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 November 1916

Pago Eight THE PHIS.M Friday November 17. 1916' Tlipodortc Great nnd Aenr Grent. Ever since the organization of Thcodoric Literary Society in 1890 it has furnished to the world sonic nioa of real worth. They are now scat- tered far and wide and arc lending their efforts toward the uplift of their fellownien. Because of a lack of space only one man for each year will be spoken ol here. Mr. Hugh Lacy of Comanche a high class Christian business man and a member of the firm Slider & Lacy was a charter member of Theodorlc Society. Hon. Jim J. Savage delegate to the Constitutional Convention to frame a constitution for Oklahoma member of First State Legislature of Oklahoma and at present member of the State Board of Agriculture was a Theo- dorlc in 1S91-92. Mr. E. AV. Moore of the firm of Moore &. Williamson Temple Texas is a successful farmer and business man whose name was on Theodorlc roll from 1890 to 1S9I!. Senator Geo. A. Coffee of Carter Okla. was a Theodorlc debater in 1S9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Lame Cnx Me mkm5 THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. I'liouc NSIO The Pfiotofrphen of Your Town GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume 1G. BK0WNW00D TEXAS FRIDAY NOYEMHER 24 11)10 NO. 12 v " "KJ - WORK OF INTERCOLLEGIATE MOIMEIS HESI T. C. V. EASY WINNER IN FIRST PART OF UA.ME HIT CHECKED IN EAST PART. PROHIBITION ASSOCIATION IS EXPLAINED TO STUDENTS IE ARTS DEPI. GIVES PROGRAM PITIES OF Jilt. LIMit: MISS SMITH i AND .MISS JACKSON RECITE TO LARUE AUDIENCE. On Monday November 20 the Ycl- i low Jackets met T C. U's strong team . on the local gridiron. The dope indi- cated that T. C. U. would be an easy winner being one of the strongest teams in the state and having beaten the Hill Billies by a score of 215-0. The question was since the Hill Billies could not score against the visitors could the Yellow Jackets do so? T. C. U. started the game with a rush and scored a touchdown within the first three minutes of ilay. They seemed to score at their own will and ease during the whole of the first quarter. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Pago Two THE PRISM Friday November 21 1016 t Mrs. H. K. Locklin Announces all her trimmed hats and shapes at HALF PPICE. Call and See Them I. It. L. FAKKIS. - Osteopathic Physician . 507 Brownwood Nafl Hank nidg. fr I). F. HAMMONDS $ Is a good place for the college boy to get a hair cut or shave. - Win Cameron & Co. Incorporated LUMBER Brownwood - - Texas .A Vs U'illo Hide of Holt is visiting her ii. ( r Mi.-s (iia-c I J ch. at Col- iiy H'uiip this week. The Art of Hoine-Makim.'. When 1 visit In tlie home of my Aunt .Mary she follows ul'ter me with a dust cloth flicking away my foot- prints and sotting each piece of fur- niture straight that happens to lie slightly o-.;t of place until 1 come to my poor uiu-.e who has tucked him- self in t ho farlherest corner of the house. "Here is the paper you left on the stairs" she announces to him follow- ing close behind me. "Now don't lay that cigar bu t down there. If each member would clean up after himself. 1 would not have to be cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Friday November 2 I 1910 THE PRISM Pago Three H. P. C. STUDENT STATE OFFICER OF PHILOS PHILO-PHILA STATE CONVENTION IIAYI.OK IMIII.OS HOYAI.LY KN- TKKTAI.V TIIK VISITING JIKI.P.UATKK. ggm fafiJank 4 "WALTER B. IIIGGIXBOTIIAM Walter B. Iligginbotham was eiect- cile secretary-treasurer of tlie Philo Confederation by the convention which mot at Baylor University in "Waco last week. Mis Erin Williams of Bangs vistcd the college this week. MBVwauuxaiA DR. HKWnOX Dentist 202 Brownwood Xational Bank Bids. Phono lift lr NORWOODS Barber Shop Invites You to Visit Them WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllJI Pennants Pillows Banners-Ali Sizes and Prices I JONES & DUBLIN I E 109 BAKER STREET E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 : 1 : 1 M 1 i M 1 1 J 1 1 1 f M 1 1 1 1 1 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Pago Four THE PRISM Friday November 21 1910 mm nlintlinr i 11 II'- THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Unified at the Post Offlee at Brown- wood Texas as second class hiail matter. If there are things in this school that we don't like and things here HI that are harmful vc must try in I some way to eliminate them ! Then let us as students of Howard E Payne make a fight for a clean : school in every respect. We can ' make the school just about what we ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief want it to lie. .Just by our attitude WILLI A.M HAYWOOD Business Mgr. we can do away with "cheating" in p. - every form in the class room or on p Downtown Office examination. There is not a s udent ? Bulletin Building Phono 22. (his KC.ll()()1 JHl wh( wl !Umit g. College Office that choatiI1K s entirely wrong and 5 Room ::o. Administration Building iisll011tsti Lcfa huvp Hllcll a f00Iing Phone .1-120. against it that we won't have it. Let Residence Ml! .Melwood Phone R-SS1 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Friday. November 21 1016 THE PRISM Page Fiv tf$M$H$H$M$l $mJm$mm$m$ A. ? T t t t T y y y y t y t t y f y y t t t y y y T ? We Have Just Unboxed a Splendid Assortment Of Pinch Back Suits for young men and they C 1 A AA are priced very moderately at per suit - - 13 & jJJJ New Arrivals in Young Men's Overcoats Nifty good looking fancy Overcoats at from i()A A A M5.00 to ftZU.UU GILLIAM BROTHERS i ;$$m;m5 SCHEDULE OF EXAMS 27 10 DEC. NOV 2 .Holiday 3oi ember 27 J a. in. History G 31-B. Chemistry D 12. Education. D 31-A. German G 34. Mathematics 7 20. History 1 31-D. Physiology 21. 1 J) in. History D 31-D. J. P. M'LESKEY Headquarters for fancy re- pairing and rubber Heels Geology A 21. English A. .'!.!. .Mathematics 1 31. Physics 1 12. Latin 4 31-B. 1'nitcd States History. 20. Tuesday Nou'Tiilier 2s ) u m. English G ".:!. Education A 31-D. Ensiish 7 20. Commercial Arithmetic :!1-B. 1 p. in. Astronomy 20. English D 33. Greek A 31. Fhench A 31-B. History 7 21. Bible 1 31-D. Wednesday X...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Pago Six THE PRISM Friday November 24 1010 History. History in the broadest souse of i lie word refers to everything that has happened; not merely the history of people or of nations but of the changes of nature as well. It in- cludes everything that changes. As modern science has shown that every- thing changes therefore the whole universe and every part of it has a history. There Is a his'ory of geography of physics of mathema- tics just as there is a history of the nations of the world. And not only is there a history of geography but geography is a part of the history of' countries. Ancient Greece was di- vided into many small states; some of them like Athens were cities smaller than many of our cities to- day. Why was Greece divided into so! many Mates? Because mountains i rivers and the s-'ea formed natural di- visions which the people could not easily overcome. It is then clear that we must know something of the geographical and geological divisions 'T Greece before we can un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Friday November 1M 1!M(! THK PHISM Page Seven Ordination of Hurley Sniilli. (From the Central Messenger.) On "Wednesday night November 1C Coggin Avenue Uaptlst church held siic3l.il services lor the ordination of Rev. Harley Smith. Brother Smith's home is at Brady and he has been called recently as pastor of the church at Dod;e. He is a ministerial student in Howard Payne quite ac tive in all student atfairs and well! known over the territory as a de nominational singer. Coggin Aven.ic church had issued invitations to the churches of the county to Brother Smith's home church at Brady and to the minis- terial students of Howard Payne col- lege to send representatives to the or- dination service and their ministers to set on the presbytery. The com- mittee of arrangements was V. D. McChrlsty Clyde .Mcintosh and Thos. II. Taylor. The presbytery was organized Wednesday afternoon at 1 p m. and composed of the following ordained Baptist preachers: George "W. Sheafor chairman; J. Frank Wcc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 November 1916

Pago Eight THE PHI.SM Friday November 21 1910 THE HOOTING OF j THE HOOT OWLS MISS VJMiMA CAKSOX K.VI'EK- tai.vs tin: HOOT OWLS WITH A PA HIT. On last Saturday night (lie jolly hunch of Hoot Owls met at .Miss Vol ma Carson's home on Durham street and enjoyed a pleasant evening. After playing several games such as wlnkum clap-in and clap-out cross questions and crooked answer.! and other games we had several must al numbers. Then T"y Mrook vice j president called the ciowd together' for a business meeting. Troy 14 rooks was elected chief hooter and a com- mittee of three Hcvorly Watson .Miss Leah Wagnon and Miss Dollio Glover was appointed to draw up a consti-' California apples were served by Miss ' Me in a Carson. i Those present were Messrs. Troy Brooks William Haywood George Glover John It. Dorset I Warren Car- ter Heverly Watson: .Misses Mary Andrews Lucile Moore Leah Wagnon Bornico Itoberson Dollio Glover and the hostess. The club had as guests Miss Merna Carson and Mrs. Kdward ...

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