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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 October 1932

'' $ If i' i SOCIETI K Bttqffiimrwiwimitfffli JUNIORS ENJOY PICNIC FRIDAY! Last Friday tlio Junior class motored to Saylcs Hanch to oh- Hcrvo tlio class holiday which was given for having tlio largest percentage of pictures made for the Prickly Pear. Class memhers who attended left tho girls' dormitory at i) o'clock en route to the ranch in rars provided liy tho transporta- tion committee. The group reached the ranch in tinio for mountain climbing and other forms of recreation before tli o picnic lunch. Most of the afternoon was spent in games and more exploring. Throughout tho day C. V. Ce- cil took pictures for the annual. o W1LLMON AND POWERS FETE ADVANCED FOODS CLASS Misses Helen Willmou and Faye Powers were hostesses to tlio members of the advanced foods class at a camp dinner last Thursday in tho A. and V. park. The menu consisted of broiled steak sauce biscuits jelly but- ter baked potatoes lettuce to matoes and coffee. Those served were Misses Sal-j ly V. Jordan Ida Mac Robe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 October 1932

ivXXMket&kwxi WPW1P WWWI tttWri "xj LmPw& rara wt r- lw)rr t j cr '2 t- " .-" --T-.W- mnUM Tr KlH 8WEt: ..A- ;-..4 A V W.V.iiiBI 1' ' Students Attend The Revival Services Big Hallowe'en Party Monday Night Vol. 20 AIHLENE. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCT. 27 1932 NO. 7 1 T y L . Fall Meeting Progresses With Increased Interest And Record Attendance Sanders States That He Is Enjoying Visit In Abilene Willi V(I excellent H'lvlcos Sunday Uk College Church of Christ began its 'regular Kill I meeting. J. Pliant Sanders iniu istcr of the Sherman Church of Christ is conducting the services. 'I'lin increasing attendance indi- cates n growing interest In tlm re- vival. Two services ai'e held dally oi in at II o'clock in the morning and tin evening service at 7:"0 C'assos are being run u forty- five nilnule schedules so as to ac- commodate sludenl attendance. In an interview Mr. Sanders expressed a feeling of satisfac- tion in his stay in Ahilene tlnr far. "I am enjoying tin associa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 October 1932

' ; .v " V ?3.' - THE OPTIMIST Pngo Two F r c i i fc Published Weekly by llie Students Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year - $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS . Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT Editor - VIRGIL UERNARD Business Manager Assistant Editor William Gray Assistant Business Manager Aaron Fry Sports Editor G. I). Shelburne Jr. Assistants Bert Ezzcll Omar Bixler Otis Jacobs Feature Editor Anabel Stanfill Assistants Burke McGinty Herschel North Now s Elsie Green Trine Starncs Religious John Fairs Nichols Woodie Holden Editorial Harold Miles Reporters: Evalina Slater Grace Littlcfield Waurine Tittle John Kirk Estellc Duckworth English 331 students. Advertising Assistants Ralph Arcencaux Reuel Lemmons Circulation Manager Edward Clendennen Collectors Doyle Allen Marshall Puckett Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 October 1932

Page Tl ree -Hf - I Hill .l III I l.l yr '' it'i't'' r 'sfc i-t' - '& Cl . ' a - air ; mmarm SUL ROSS MAKES TOUCHDOWN IN IVyouts For Texas LAST TWO MINUTES TO WIN 14-7 U. Distance Meet Will Be Saturday Maxwell Plunges Across For Cats' Touchdown Before Lobos Open Up With Passes By Bort Ezzoll Well vc didn't beat thoi Lo bos hut wo gave thoin the big gest scare thoy will ever net. I wonder Just what they thought when Hill went over for thai touchdown. About like the little boy that tin ralf ran over. 1 gUCHS. There have been better Wild- cat teams but there has never been one that put up a greater fight than that gong of W'ldrats did out there Friday. Many of them playing with bruises sprains and crippled shoulders or ankles and outweighed so much it was pitiful but did they quit no thoy fairly fought those big boys rigid off their feet. Rvery man that got into the gale showed np well but to me the outstanding man especially in the fir-t half was Tommy Campbell. Time after time he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 October 1932

sm'&jmfr'r'. :i :u Page Four TO OPTIMIST . - - - Ti a I l! I . i (I I wHHmmtmTwmTwwmTwHTWwtmtwifTitmnim3nnHaHngggii SOClETlj mmmmmmmamwm$wimMmimsxm3m!im&mmmm TWENTY-THREE ENJOY HEART OF AMERICA PICNIC LAST SATURDAY j Colili Park was tlio scene of a picnic Saturday October 22 for the Heart of America club and Us guests. Twenty-three persons were present. A dinner of steak potatoes pickles and apples was solved. Preceding the meal n treasure hunt over the park ended with team number ono finding the treasure which was six apples and a box of lnarshmallows. Mu- riel Moore with C. W. Cecil and Omar Dixlor leading alongside found the treasure. C. W. Cecil was a special guest of the club and took some pictures of the group. The program and menu com- mittee was Charles Williams Morton Utlcy Muriel Moore ami Frauds Showers. The guests and members pres cut were: Omn Be'lo Inxler el- da Moer .Muriel Moore Mary Hlizabeth Goodman Charles Wil- liams Birdie Baker John Kirk Virginia Jackson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

.. 'Stt; 1 fV HOMECOMING EDITION "III j1'1-; " -r it? -. ' ' K . M . i. 'Attend The Homecoming Ex-Students Big Time Planned For All Vol. 26 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 10 1932 NO. 9 Hi'fatL. 7JK. r ' .ft X." i Jf'a ' .. ri -7T $? j - '"17- 'J'jvi &. ;-Pvi . ' - .' ?i-ii T. - " fci 1 v 0 J -J-. L s 'I PROGRAM FOR HOMECOMING DA Y COMPLETED "Abilene Churches In Three States Are Asked For Contributions Special Offerings Will Be Made On Sunday November 27 Posters Sent Out Students Are Being Sent To All Neighboring Churches One week since the disclosure of pinna (or nn "Abilene Chris- tinn College Day" lias seen life begin to rise in the skeleton work of plans. Don II. Morris of the executive committee interviewed early in the week concerning the work i spoke optimistically of the atti- tude in which the movement is being received nmong churches everywhere. He believes that the posters and letters nrc proving to be just the stimulus needed. Thnt the Abilene territ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

: . ? Page Two THE OPTIMIST ." ..y - . . - I II'HIIWII 1M1UM ' - M'll rtRf.;4.V . 1 9 t UIR 5 7!i T t 2fci$jffM Published Weekly by tlio Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year. $ 1 .50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association- EVERETT AJAXWELL Editor-in-Chief VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager PnnACHINO THE' WORD Assistant Editor William Gray Assistant Business Manager Aaron Fry Sports Editor G. B. Shelburne Jr. Assistants Bert Ezzell Omar Bixler Otis Jacobs News Editors: Trine Starnes Elsie Green Feature Editor Anabel Stanfill Assistants Burke McGinty Herschel Nortli Religious John Fairs Nichols Woodic Holdcn Editorial Harold Miles Reporters: Evaline Slater Elizabeth Brewer Waurine Tittle John Kirk Estcllc Duckworth English 331 students. Advertising Assistants Ralph Arcencaux Reuel Lemmons Circulation Manngei Edward Clendcnnen Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

s - )??'r ;: ; - -; - THE OPTIMIST . plti r EX-STUDENT NEWS - fll ' JJ I i I I I i I .. i I .. . mm J L f (V K .. ' '' Ki IV .. it? .'j H? Pf'r ir I I: . . - " 4 1 '. u ' r .. V.. 1 t ft ? 1 Religious Work Of Ex-Editor Optimist Is Being Published WITH THE EXES Dr. McCasland Is Teacher In Goucher College At Baltimore Word hns been received recent- ly tlint Selby Vernon McCnslnnd former Opthnlflt editor and nrcsi- deni of tlio Ex-students Associa- tion in its ecnrller days has com- pleted his work "Tlio Resurrec- tion of Christ" which is being published by Thomas Nelson nnd Sons of Now York. According to tho author the book is the most mature and ad- vanced piece of work In tlio inter- pretation of religion ho has ever dono. It contains 220 pages sells for two dollars and may bo had from the publishers in any quan- tity. Dr. McCasland attended A. C. C while it was still a junior col- lege. After receiving his A. B. degree from Slimming University In 1028 he went to tho University of C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

Vt?-- - n-f rWJS'FIB-i' . Ui-'4Kfl4r-! -: . ".'.' ...'' .' i i' r Hf aMmim " a flSf Page Four ;- THBfiWikst '' " ' ' ' -- . 9' I mm miMMwMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimm pIAN0 STUDENTS flf u C Z""1 1 T? T 11 u 1 PRESENT MONTH'S Vm D kJ U L Lj L U rHf I ' . studio recital IK. I J B Mill I .1 I X I k H ? ;." ltnvmvinHnifiiummHiuuiimMnnuMmiuunfiuatiii WAURINE TITTLE HONORS GAT AS MONDAY Waurlne Tlttlo entertained llio GATAS nnil its rushccs with nn informal pnrty Monday nftcrnoon from 2 to o'clock In the Ahllcnc club nt Hotel Wootcn. Games woro dlvorslon follow- ing which guests were Invited In- to tho club dining room for the serving of a ten plate which re- flected the club colors red and -white. Floral decorations on tho two tnbles whero guests were seated woro red radiance roses and white chrysanthemums. Written bids to membership in tho club were at tho plntcs of tho honorncs who accepted and for- mally became pledges. They are Vada Dennis Marietta Sessions Mildred Willis and Mary Louise Sess...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

' .'- I . V -!s. r . ..Tl.r res2&& " t "?'KJHKShVjtlrf ij 'a l fiu.' .y yJfWW "WBL.T.i? THE OPTIMIST Page Five 1 f5KH)0Mtt sJ.l. "''' -.' v-fV'-? 1WliWTWTt4;Mww f . jrnrmiiiDaiiXfflnv w.rtharai - nf.wum -s -- .J r Cross Countrymen Will Meet Texas U. Team Next Monday Five Men To Be Chosen Frdm Simmons Kcagv Nbrth Ward Walker And Allen Cortch J. Kdillc Wcoms will c.hvii' five n IiIh rindermnn to Alintln to moot tin Tcxns linker- Mly fcrosH country team Moutliiy riitefjioon. This Ih the glwt of nil f'iijWUNPoment )y Wcciiih upon MOjpt of n tolcgrnin from Atn- llli' insl TiiPHilny morning. T)0 Nvo boys who will lie Ink f'flj.'jjit the Jnuiit will be soleotcil rrirli tho following list of six: SlJjilriMiift North Kenny Wnnl wHlker nml Allen. There is no illjoibt snylng what may bo cx- pl'ctPilof this group. Wcrms cross CCjUittry trotlcrs have swiiinp f'jIjVcry oj)oncnt they Imve met hilt. year one of thrni being Urn tk'iuoti tenr-hcrs. Ijisi year the Ci C. runners handed Denton t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1932

ssami b? Jfjlf ".-J" I; ? Page Six THE.OPTIMIST .;' JP N; . c i-' . lr' I '.L tt"l Jlf - i . or v VK J Vtt K i Reporter Gives Views On I Loca 5oys In vlow of tlio fnct Hint sovoml Freshman boys linvo boon here almost two months nntl still do not know tlio five W's of the school a bit of information con- cerning the hoys' social clubs might not bo altogether untimely. These clubs arc the Trojans the Mavericks and tho Snh-r-10. Alii were organized under practically tho snmo principles a similar constitution and for similar pur- poses. Quite a few days it matters not how many after tho great men of Troy pulled their wooden horse down the main street of Athens several boys organized a club in A. C. C. This club which was to 'jc composed largely of ath- let s they called tho Trojans. The significance of their hard-working name is not precisely under- stood even though many of the early citizens of Troy did have athlete's foot. The purpose of the formation of the Trojans was to get the at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1932

V ' j- Pay Your Band Uniform ifiKSP 1 T"ild. ml bIf 1Wlfl if it ifl ifwl ! We Need A Wcll-Dresscd JB I . t Vol. 20 ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 17 1932 NO 10 M v- f hv- Students Help In Announcing "A.C.C. Day" To Churches Don H. Morris Commends Cooperation Of Preachers Many Letters Sent McMillan Wcems Tour Large Congregations Sunday According to Don II. Morris vice-president of A. C. C the prospects (or the college drive on November 27 are Improving daily with many favorable responses being given. Morris especially commended the cooperation of the boys who have assisted in an- nouncing the drive to neighbor ing congregations. The trustee's office at prcsont is sending out 25000 circulars to be distributed among the varlom congregations and posters have already been mailed to the con- gregations in Texas Oklahoma and New Mexico. E. V. McMillan and J. Eddie Wcems visited Fort Worth Wa- co Temple Helton and Austin last Sunday in behalf of the col- lege. The followin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1932

o-tW'f?i3BSj?lX. u-S3cuti.".'. 1 ii-jraaMMffifStiTTllMinR1i . . 0 - r - J-rrrrruTi'ikdMainMiEWMaaaf re . K"j(tt5Brt ' I " 1 W-lAI YOUNG ME MEETING i published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THli OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT MAXWELL Editor-in-Chief VIRGIL 13ERNARD Business Manugcr Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Sports Editor G. B. Shelburnc Jr. Assistants Bert Ezzell Omar Bixlcr Otis Jacobs News Editors: Trine Starnes Elsie Green Feature Editor Anabel Stanfill Assistants Burke McGinty Hcrschcl North Religious John Fairs Nichols Woodie Holdcn Editorial Reporters: Evalinc Slater Elizabeth Brewer Waurinc Tittle John Kirk Estclle Duckworth English 331 students. Advertising Assistants.. Circulation Manager ... Collectors Entered as second class matter June Abilene Texas under ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1932

. .....' ..'. IMMWMNM.VflMMWIK9niiMUl 'rrrfWi'' 'ifB. :M$fV " 'A....5AJ.. 5 ft" i i It j r' i&v 4? . -V - v ft T' Freshmen Win Over Daniel Baker Fish Twice In One Week Play McMurry Papooses On Local Gridiron Saturday For the second time In n week tha (rcslunnii Raguots of A. C P.. have ninoto the Daniel linker fisli grldstcrs. Tlio Inst mimed dofent wns administered licrc Inst Tues- dny when n 00-ynrd passing drlvo in tlio fourth round result ed in a touchdown for the local' making tlio score 0 0 A we-k ago the snmo day the Kittens plastered the Daniel linker slime 7-0 At Hrownwood. They play the McMurry fish Saturday. ' Tuesday's game wns more like h polar expedition than a foot- hall game hut that did not hin- der Baldwin fullback from fling- ing and completing three fine passes the last of which brought the tally. Hill got the Inst one and ran 1f yards to the pay zone. The other two about .10 mid 1") yards respectively in length were nabbed by Mill and Keyo-t. Cockrell failed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1932

&-2J&& V v ; vjuj '-S. rj- X.. '. Tp. w V THE OPTIMIST 7- ' - . Li A ti .. 1 K aEfflHKEESHBEfflH98EKmEKHIE PjEffiH SOC1ET l wraawiatMmaiigflt T i: - essbik P. A. L. S. FORMERLY "LUCKY 13" HAS BREAKFAST FRIDAY AT WOOTEN Tho P. A. L. S. club members entertained their pledges with on attractive Armistice breakfast in tho private dining room of the Wooton Hotel Friday morning at 7:30. Tho room was decorated with the club colors black and green. Autumn leaves and bronze chrysanthemums decked the ta- bles. Table appointments con- sisted of four leaf clovers and black cats tho club emblem and mascot. Immediately following the breakfast tho guests assembled in tho colonial room arranged for tho occasion for their first for- mal meeting. Dorothy Faye King president was in charge and at this time tho group unanimously chose Miss Elsie Gist as sponsor for the ensuing year. Pledges wcro giv- en Information concerning tho meaning and ideals of tho club and the requirements for initia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1932

NfcMKtM far" - s- i-4 ; MMWM"IWWiMMNNIIWI ..gP- i-tlfcM - AJfc.iSfe&S' iuiii)' '' . J THANKSGIVING EDITION Beat The Hill Billies Wildcats Welcome To Homecoming Ex-Students Vol. 20 AUILENE CHRISTIAN COLLIXi:. MI1LKNK. Tr.XAS. NOVLMIO 21 1932 NO. 11 5551 . . Thanksgiving Service Barbecue And Annual aker Wildcat -Hill Billy Bout Called At 2:33 On A.H.S. Gridiron Local Team Is Ready For Battle After Two Week's Rest A. C C s last I I lid limit will lie thus afternoon a' -':: wilh the Daniel Hnket IIiM Ililhi'H nt tin' high school stn c I lit ill hero. It will In1 the iiihiii iitttaction on today's Hoinecoin ing entertainment ran1 ! : '. being an aiuiinil la li niul Hi lat collegiate aiuc in u in this season Tlii'ie i'iiiiIiI nut hi' mm li .it tiaclion to tin' game devoid i ! the above vital interest- bo with tl .'in .ittnrlii'il it i in i than sim pi n route. t tn ! d w ho will on iip tin- ci'llai in Hi' last T. I. A . line Ami M l""k hkt' ah( ii' an even hri'iik ti i h i'i contestan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1932

'J " n ? -ft ! 'nil ijjgtJiiilllM'i ;!$ Twe THE'O; fPi ' wm t lire- vmimLi nfhi wfisrss mm vash m& jl. r-7. B$SJS$ffi$. Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium subscription l cr xear.............................................r..4....iFi)i' Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS . Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT Editor - VIRGIL BERNARD -Business Manager Assistont Editor Assistant Uusincss Manager...................... JVarqn try Sports Editor... G. B. Shelburnc Jr. Assistants . Bert Ezzcll Omar Bixlcr Otis' Jacobs News Editors: ............................................ Trine Starncs Elsie Green Feature Editor.......................................................... .Anabel Stanfill Assistants Burke McGintv Herschel Nortli Religious . John Fairs Nichols Woodie Holden Editorial . ... Harold Miles Reporters: Evalinc Slater Elizabeth Brewer Waurine Tittle John Kirk Estell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1932

rPW - . hotm FageTkree The Team That Plays Daniel Baker Today ROBINSON STUDIO See Our Christmas Specials Better Work at Half Price "Robinson's for Good Pictures" i PARSON'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE All Branches of Beauty Culture Taught New Low Prices On Pcrmanents And Wave Sets 102 Hickory Street Abilene Texa? RSffii faKwTIRWwwflHPr JfHH i vKfFfHH l raT.? ?flinV'3fc ' wt t tiH I . . HBB 1VI KnrriiGrr 4a dEi iH-r-h is . U 'TMMMM vJZLl. 7 !MMMMMMMMlEir MMHMH' MM ' ' mn i -- - v imbmmTOImL Mil I lir irffliyiwi j nWSr: - -'. ''VT. ";i: i? .tJmmm! ': ;": - r- " tfH rf kv : V k By BERT UZZELL Thanksgiving? What is It and what docs it recall or what doo3 It forctoll? To mo it brings to mind our gamo witli Danlol Buk- cr Jnst your ninl it makci mo wonder what is going to happen tlil3 afternoon.' l ' Last Thanksgiving wo went to Brownwnod needing only a tlo to win the championship and a chanco to play Denton a post-sea-ron gnmc. The Hill Billies won 7-0 Later wo played them in Abilcno and ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1932

nmnti s R Ir! MP Kv TffipHrM I tl fitf ;JH3&i iW k itftuaMi 1 " AlfcB! HHIHHIHIHVHIHiHHIIHlK '::T10!Et'UU I . - - - '- - ' "PWiiwwwwiwwwWi &a.tp Begin Enday KoJd kit W "sterling: the tradl- tlon Kajftwg art annual social llurlnf tH college homecoming (nuistta! iWUJjo for tho pur- pose M acquainting all ex-mem-hem With the actlvo Jnemfoetw and pledgee and creating a idl- ing it "rMMNH relationship among 'TJi Jlratsacia) vlll bo a break fast held in tho parlor o( Zellner HaM on kFrlday Noycmber 25j The J&cofstlons will bo in keep- ing Hlitfto season. After the tfreakfast has been served a business meeting will he held during which plans and activities of t(io club will bo dls- cueead. " " o Trojans Haye Breakfast libm Morning ' The afcaual Trojan Homcconv hig'breskfjAft wns hold in the r1 h ? ifrtflfrvSn i I V I h W I JJJ-Hitul)idiiilng room of tho -Alfoto'l tW morning at -frcleck. A-iaenu of hot women seven A menu of hot cereal toat butter ham eggs fruit and'eofe was serv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1932

W..J jUCF . .i"s. to- .&' i READS THE ADS EVERY WEEK .iM Vol. 20 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 8 1932 NO. 12 a. !BPr ;m v " ' y v. wnwTiiLijJ. Mmmm&u&?mmm va j- 4 ti Mi i i7inx .wmji ' nrr. w .h' u f v mTrv . fno nv r - VMnBA'AWfnajnwwiww; kihhr ; wram AtviiriH mnur . wn j i - in ' n ' vr-irwrxr.'HW dn'.i - w u; v t Tatfiw uanmg! jauiKwBiH. . .1 rank i. 1 !bi iSIHrvMi ir-imsBSMKi U-s ADVERTISERS Rflm W mMPfoMf llllllll 'Tlfi I '" - WZKsssl' y m m m aST JP' blb - ms.. - Mi iWJSJBi. -- IHft -HI 'v. tl Ifoi ;. tr S ' I : ? 1 i.' ""' Hi' .- !. 4 i S.V- U Ki TV fL.' 1 4. ' r & IK r Strong Interest Is Indicated .By Results Of Drive Campaign Will Continue To December 25; Many Donations Received Is Report Strang interest In tiin wolfarc of Abllcnp Christian Collego Is soon In the xosults of tho finan- cial campalgri to which 133 con- gregations nml many individual responded with contributions when it was started on November 27. The campaign will continuo u...

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