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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

m VI TAYLOR BROS. IMionc SIM) The PhototirapheH cf Vnnr Town THE PRISM GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume 10. iiitows wood texas KKiiuY im:ci:.mi:k 1 ll Number 13 THE HILL BILLIES BUTT INTO THE YELLOW JACKETS' NEST HOWARD m u at PAL ACIDS ENCAMPMENT The Yellow Jackets again found themselves unable to cope with the situation on Thursday afternoon when they were defeated by the Daniel Ba- ker 1 1111 Billies Both teams started off with plenty of spirit but the Yel- low Jackets could not get settled down until the second quarter after which they allowed Daniel Baker to cross their goal line only one time. Daniel Baker received the' kickoff and without allowing the ball to get Into Howard Payne's possession she advanced steadily down the field and in six minutes had crossed over for a touchdown but Prentice failed to kick goal. Daniel Baker again re- ceived at the west goal and keeping the ball in their possession crossed over for the second touchdown in five minutes more this time Prentic...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

Pa pre Two THE PRISM Friday December 1 1915' Lone Star liunch. It is twilight in the camp of some cattlemen on a big ranch in the far west. The foreman who is known throughout the country as "Honest Jones" is sitting in his rocker with his head back pipe in his mouth and is reviewing the day's work all too seriously for a young man of his age. To the right of him is a clump' of trees on which hang brlddles spurs quirts and saddles. To his left is a little hut consisting of two small rooms neither of which are large enough for bed rooms but serve as such. His reverie is suddenly broken by the appearance of one of the cowboys J. P. EVANS and Double l?igs Gentle Saddle Horses Phone 722 BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Meats of all Kinds Fish and Oysters in season "'ho v if busy call 443 "" AVOOD TEXAS SULLY Wants Your Whisker 208 East Baker Street rushing into his presence and ex-1 claiming "Say Jones we boys have! just been out riding through the pasture and discovered that nuite a I J number o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

Friday December 1 1916. THE PRISM Page Three Flillo. Owing to the fact that every one Is deeply concerned with the present term examinations the Philos very wisely did away with the entire pro- gram of last Monday evening for the especial purpose of giving the mem- bers more time in preparing for their coming tests. Many were so thorough- ly pre-occupicd as to consider noth- ing but the work yet there was a good representation- present. After a brief but thorough consid- eration of some very important mat- ters of business the society adjourned. Term exams aro this week. the program for S. H. HART New and Second Hand Furniture 308 E. Broadway : Phon 402 Steve White UP-TO-DATE SHOEMAKER Repairing a Specialty My First flnymate. I Reflecting over the nappy years of my childhood my mind goes back to the first playmate I ever had. He was a little chubby boy of five years. His hair was brown and curled up all over his head. His brown eyes were always brimful of mischief reveal- ing the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

M Pago Four THE PRISM Friday December 1 1916 Vv M v" v THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. Downtown Qffice Bulletin Building Phono 22. College Office- Room 30 Administration Building Phone J-120. Residence 816 Melwood Phone R-SS1 Phone Us Your Likes mid Dislikes JL FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 191G Am I My Hrother's Keeper? This young man I make mention of was a graduate of 'Harvard univer- sity. He was al.out six feet and one Inch tall. He entered the university when he was about the age of IS and took a degree in four years. v He had been the leader of his class had good countenance and attended Sunday school and church regularly and was thought well of by all his class mates. Besides being a leader in his class and being regular in attendance at Sunday school and church he was one of the stars in athletics. He took part in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

Friday December 1 1016. THE PRISM Pago Five $0fr.MfrfrMeMHOHXtHCX"4" t TONIGHT Feature play of the Week HI "East Lynne" (Country Store and Little Girls Neetllcc Threading Contest) Roy E. F pi oxs Popul ayers Under Waterproof Tent -Boysen Lot on East Lee Street SATURDAY MATINEE "Flower of the Ranch" (Baby Contest) 99 TENT HEATED WITH LARGE FURNACES Admission 10c -15c Reserved Chairs 15c Extra vOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOK0'0000600tHQfrfrHfrMfrM SATURDAY NIGHT "It Happened in Georgia (Silver Set Contest) SERVICE IS THE ONLY THING WE SELL For Automobile Baggage Wagon or Picnic Crowds Phono 23. ARMSTRONG TRANSFER CO. BR. BRANDON Dentist 202 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 11G lr HILL BILLIES BUT INTO YELLOW JACKETS' NEST NORWOODS Barber Shop Invites You to Visit Them WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. DR. R. L. FARRIS. Osteopathic Physician . . 507 Brownwood Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. F. HAMMONBS 4 Is a good place for the college $ boy to get a hair cut or shave. fr J. F. M'LESKEY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 1 December 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Friday December- 1 1916 W J-oiic .Star Ranch. (Continued from page two) this night he has come In touch with Mexican Joe and has hired him to kill Jones. Through the ever watch- ful eye o Captain Edd the plot falls and the party returns to New York the girls having given Jones and Cap- tain Edd permission to visit them in the coming spring. That night after the party is gone both ranchmen Jones and Captain Edd decide they can take a ship- ment of cattle six weeks earlier to New York even If they do lose on them. They immediately carry out their plans and after several days of anxious travel arrive at the'home of the girls. By their roTigh western ways they succeed in securing the se- vere criticism of the New York so- cial set of their lndy friends. Nev- thcless Captain Edd brings away his bride but Jones leaves with an aching heart and with these words of Miss Hudson ringing in his ears "I ad- STUDENTS Gf Ym'r 1 ;iiicii Goodii Fruita ana .in'i'r-s a i $ o! wood G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

Invito Cox S'a ..).nl '.to THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. IMionr 80O The Pholotfrflphcri of Ytiur Town GUY OR the Tailor Phone 60 Viilunio 1(1. ituow.NWOon ti:xas. riMD.w in:n:.Min:K s mn; Number H 4f HISTORY SOCIOLOGY -THE YELLOW JACKET 16 NO ANO PREACHERS 1MIOI'. TAYLOR HXITAI.VS WHY' i i;i:a( n ik siiorij) i:i: ac. urAi.vn: viitii siiuimts. May a layman presume to give ad vice to the ministers. Surely thej pastor's main prcihluin is with the' lavi'en. The women and the young: icoi)le can be depended upon; hut tin'! layman is perhaps an uncertain fac- tor. Whatever is said in this paper means: The p"ouher sho.ild stud 'Ik 1 layman his thoughts affections. I woras and deeds. And History is a record made largely by laymen. Not always a good record to he followed; very often a had example to be avoid- ed. ! There was a day when the preach- er was the learned man of the coin- mnntiy. Him the children consult- ed iiboiu their play the molhcnj about the sick baby the farmers about the care of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday December 8. 1916 MY FIRST PLAYMATE (Continued from Last Week) common old worm what I found in my mamma's flowerbeds." He was so disgusted that he went off to find j Tommy Brown who he thought would appreciate his treasure more than I did. Next day when he had overcome his disgust he was driving down the street In his hilly goat wagon; he' asked me if I wanted to ride. I an-: swered "yes" and he said "Get in den." 1 got in and we were having n ' nice little ride when Hilly suddenly turned around and asked: "Do you love me 7" Remembering my mama's advice concerning little hoys 1 sad "naw." "Dot out den' said Hilly as he stopped his goat with a final Jerk. The drive was so pleasant and BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Meats of all Kinds Fish niul Oysters iti season hoL vi if busy call 443 "?" WOOD TEXAS SULLY Wants Your Whiskers 208 East Baker Street I was having such a good time that I did not heed my mother's counsel any more 'but whispered "Aw 'course I do." N'cxt da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

Friday December S 101fi THE PRISM Pago Three "funics lingers." .Tallies Rogers was a handsome young man five feet and eight Inches tall with broad strong shoulders light wavy hair and sparkling blue eyes that were always honest enough to look every one straight In the face lie was considered -by his schoolmates as tho best looking man in Brighton University. James did not "lose his head" on account of" his good looks however. In his studios he was a leader; in athletics very few were hotter: and he had distinguished him- self sovcral times during his four years of college work by winning honors in debate and oratory. He was now a scn'or and was to S. II. If AltT New and Second Ilnntl Furniture 308 E. Broadway -:- Phon 402 Steve White UP-TO-DATE SHOEMAKER Repairing a Specialty it take his A. B. degree in the spring. As all young men who have reached this stage in life ho had made plans lor his lifo work. At first lie thought he wanted to lie a great business man. make a fortune while...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

THE PRISM Friday December 8 1016 Pago Pour THE PUIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. Downtown Office Bulletin Building Phone 22. College Office Room 30 Administration Building Phone J-420. Residence 816 Melwooil Phone R-8S1 Phone I's Your Likes and Dislikes. 213tt FRIDAY DECEMBER S l!)lti I nrea: mr young ladles were required I tn nuA one stairway and the gentlemen I th ntner yet this college stood for I on.oniinailou. ll UK.' The examinations have passed and our parents are this week receiving a report of our grides which .will indi- cate the work done by us. Have we done our best during the past term. Will this report cause the loved ones at home to be proud of the .sacrifices they are making that we may receive the benefits of a college training? We may be able to satisfy ourselves as to our low grades and decide that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

Friday December 8 1916 THE PRISM Page Five HISTORY SOCIOLOGY HOOT OWLS GO AND PREACHERS ) (Continued from page 1.) will become secularized. We see preachers sometimes whose commun-. ity activities gain the church nothing. Jesus knew men and their life j arouna. He spoke of things thoi people could see atnd they heard him gladly. His illustrations were from 'the roadside. He knew how to put (X A FIST 1MMJ TKKK A I'OSSl'JU POSSUM HUNTING J. J. HAYES & 00 TAILORS French Dry Clcanors Next to Chamber of Corn morcc. Phone 020. the old wine in new bottles. The I history because it Is the background Preacher needs to clothe the old Cos-1 of church history. l)els m terms of American life. Thcnj The preacher should study sociol- he wn teach not as the ritualists! ogy because it teaches the needs of scribes and Pharisees but as one the community. Preachers and having authority. churches have been and must con- tinue to be the greatest agents of if not (ax owls eat -uarsii.m allows; Miss Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 8 December 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Friday December S 1916 GIRLS Of COTTAGE HOIEjNlERTiUN (Continued from page 1.) "Durnyurd Chorus" were played. The winners were awarded little prizes.' After the grouping off of all the boys and girls every one was served cherry ' ice and the the lights were flashed wh'eh said "i'.oys. you must go." So they lieing very courteous found their lia s and bid us good night. visited us Mr. Hrnesl Watkins and Mr. Casey. We wore Indeed glad to have thi'in and we truly hope that they both enjoved tlio evening When all the boys had arrived the Victrola was stopped and we were favored by a piano trio by the Misses .Mallards and Stewait. This was fol- lowed by a reading iriven by Miss (ertrude Raker. "The Voice from a Far Off Country." Nex' a paper van read containing original joWs to in- terest the crowd. I remember one especially: "The other evening Miss TOrin Payne and Francis Stewart were discussing Floyd Sansom when Erin raid. 'I feel a cool draft in here don't you'." Fra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

Lnriie Cox -Jfe'. wood .he TAYLOR BROS. Phono 80O The Photographer! of Your Town Christmas Edition THE PRISM GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume 16. MIOWXWOOD TEXAS 3IOXIIAY OECE.MI.EIt is liMIS. Number 1" VIOLIN STATE y. V. C. A. COTTAGE HOI GIRLS 'EXPRESSION OEPT. !H. P. C. ...... i MEETS AT WAXAHACHIE ON LEAP YEAR PICNIC RECITE TO LARGE CROWD! ORCHESTRA RECITAL .MISS 10LIIE (il.OVKH DELEGATE TIMID HOYS AKE CAI'I'IIT AM) MISS SMITH'S 1'ITILK Al'l'EAIt 'TlllS WELL TKA1XEI) E1'AHT FH03I II. 1. C HIVES II EH HE- rOHT OF (OXVEXT10X. SHOWX A (JOOD TIME FOK OXCE IX XII Ellt LIVES. I'OK FIRST TI.ME AX1) IVE OOI& AH'Ol'XT OF TKAlXIXf.'. The State Student Conference of the The Cottage Home girls are not old Saturday night December Y. V. C. A. met at Waxahichie Texas at all but it will be four more years expression department gave the pro- .MEXT REFLECTS GLORY OX ITS TEAClIEIt. December 1 to il. It was a great con- before another leap year will roll gram in the college auditorium. The vont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

Pago Two THE P1USM Monday December 13 1916 HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE "Colleges and Universities of the First Class" is a phrase used by the State Department of Education to designate the highest rank that can be attained by any institution of learning in Texas. "A-Plus" is the term used by the College Section of the State Teachers' Association. Either of these terms may be applied truthfully to Howard Payne College. The State Hoard of Examiners in a report to Supt. W. F. Doughty during the session of l!tir-lii said: "We have made a careful study of the data supplied in the blank information for classifications of colleges and universities by President A E. Uaten of Howard I'ayne College and find that this institution has met the minimum requirements for a college or university of the first class as adopted by the State Department of Education and approved by the College Section of the State Teachers' Association. Because all ihcso requirements have been met we recommncd to you that Howar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

7n 'Monday December IS 1916 THE PRISM Page Three f) STATE Y. W. C. JL MEETS AT WAXAHACHIE (Continued from page 1.) their reports and some o them were inspiring. North Texas State Normal college has increased its membership i'roin twenty at the beginning of tho year to tho present enrollment of 100. Many of the other schools had excellent reports and those reports encouraged smaller schools to work hard and not give up just because they had only a few to begin with. After the reports of the delegates Miss Margaret Vuughan of S. M. U. presided over tho "Field Meet." Each 01 uio muuiuuia 01 uiu muiumii uuaiu ;ill (h(J nsluss told why she was tliere and in a very brief way gae us some idea of her work) Those who spoke were Mrs. John M. llanna chairman Southwest- ern Field committee at Dallas; Miss Leslie Blanchard Now York; Miss Ernestine Friedman Industrial secre- tary New York; Miss Editli May "Wells; Miss Mabel K. Stafford Field Executive Secretary Dallas; Misa Marguerit Stuart Field...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

y ? y V Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y Y I Y I I y I i Pago Pour THk PRISM Monday December 18 1916 :-x-:..:..:..:..x:..:..::-:":":";::-:-m-X":' X...X..X..K0"Cfr I I I i pe -- - -I fiftA-5rfflK iaMllilLifM seas i rasasHri $k VklOTP; Tfff -1-1 -V! 8 . -t -. -..... ... (JH. WI 4 : r ?&& &5szr""':- ij.i--.- jftW-B -'i'Si.-l2fJMf"r t j .-J.t!; -jr" r5? -"tin-? imT' Tills ii'uunificcut dormitory croc od in lull'. It is tin to date i't i'll unangements and equipment and will ace oninindate olio hun- dird girls. At piosont it lias about hall" t'.iis num tor. 'I'h" Hall is presided over by .Miss Kdith A. lioper. SULLY Wants Your Whiskers 208 East Baker Street ! Gordon the Barber YOU KNOW HIM CLOSE TO THE SANTA FB I Steve White UP-TO-DATE SHOEMAKER Repairing a Specialty JOHN BARBER'S Barber Shop Caters to Student Trade - DH. . L. FAItlUS. O Osteopathic Plijsician O -0- 507 Brownwood Nat'l Bank Bldg. -'''''' - D. F. HAMMONDS Is a good place for the college boy to get a hair cut or shave. (Con i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

II 'Monday December 18 101(1 THE PRISM Page Fiye J THE STORE OF CHRISTMAS SERVICE Just think only a few more days and Christmas will be here. Don't wait too long but attend to your Christmas list at once. You ivill find displayed here man; useful and practical gifts. Oar slacks still offer good selections and the service you get here is remarkable considering the great crowds that are shopping now. See Our Special Assortment Of Gloves Handkerchiefs Furs Waists Silk Underwear Purses Gordon Hosiery Shoes I. W. JENNINGS THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE IN CENTRAL WEST Cnnui'idic Tribe Holds Council. The outlook for the Indians is very bright this year. The braves have a number of squaws to protect and to do deeds of valor for and they are planning great things. The various oilier tribes may prepare for battle for with the number enrolled wo can win over any tribe and before many moons we expect to have the scalps of many braves of the various tribes of the country around and with Big...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Monday December 18 1916 M.M.M ! T T t T Rogers' Semi-Annual Sale i t T f t t T T f t T T t t t ?' T Y t t V Y T Y T T Y t Y f Y t Y Y Y Y Y T Y Y f Y $M$MM$M Jf-2 Off om a Afternoon and Street Dresses 1-2 Off on a11 M'Mnery j3 Off on Evening Dresses and Wraps This is the sale that occurs but twice a year at this store and for which Brown wood women wait It is a typical thoroughly interesting and money- saving Rogers' sale. You figure the discounts; the prices are all marked plain the reductions big Early Choosing is Best Brownwood Texas 13 5 P vtfx Brown wood Texas Since '96 IVOgerS Since '96 JTMHJEJPJRJ Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College i Entered at the Post Office at Brown- ' wood Texas as second class mail . matter. I ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief ' WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. Downtown Office Bulletin Building Phone 22. College Office- Room 30 Administration Building Phone J-420. Residence S1G Melwood Phone R-SS4 Plume Us Your Likes ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

Monday December 18 1916 THE PRISM Page Seven ??9?:::: It OUR STORE IS ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED At this time to take care of your Holiday wants. We carry a large stock and cater to the best class of customers. If you don't trade here you miss a good deal. If you do trade here you get the best sort of service and the best sort of goods. GILLIAM BROTHERS 6g6556 PHILAS ELECT TERM OFFICERS IX-PRESIDEM' MISS XOOKE IS PRAISED FOR HER SERVICE IX THE SOCIETY. Phllo J. S. II. Society. The Phila society met in its regu- lar meeting December S. This date toeing the one set for the election of officers no program was rendered but instead we went at once into the election of officers. Much interest was manifest through the entire elec- tion there being a good per cent of the membership present. The follow- ing were placed in office: Thelma Harrington president. Effie Bolton vice president. Mary Andrews secretary. Gail 'Maedgen treasurer. Leah "Wagnon corresponding secre- tary. Mrs. C. E. Lancaster cri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

THE PRISM Monday December IS 1!)1(J THE MEN WHO Sinackiiin's Description of 11 Sunday Mir Ill's lrhc. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin j Useful Christmas Gifts I 1 for the Folks at Home I 1 E THE PRISM Pago Eight M C. E. LANCASTER This is the man who put the Prism in Howard Payne Collcgo. 1 i( IIARLEY SMITH Smith was business manager of The Prism in its first half year. WILBUR (TUBBY) DUKE Tubby took over the management of the Prism after Christmas last year and though the latter part of the year was the hardest part financially he made it go. He will be remembered as one of the founders of the Prism. Mr. Knowall gave a singing as you probably know; On one Sunday eve and we all did go. Our conveyance consisted of a wagon and team And going down there wus just like a dream. There was Perry with Wag who on the front seat did sit And the way they did drive we will never forget; For we worked old Brown Jim with good o...

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