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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1933

iVv.i.: - f A? ' 'i .Vr-'iC?-a: .. -v fcw'ji... fill iiin'Mm !. !; i J .. 'j -' l.. jpm i ii i i i - . 'PagfTSIx THB OPTIMIST vs tf:r:- " :S?TW; " ' I ... fH . "' v irN "v '-'fill v ... nBI n K it-rj 1 li i1. tT V -rfiKit. $" i By OTIS . Football lias taken a sudden risoin Wildcat camp since the suclden jaunt to Invado the Re- bels of Dlxlo U. Austin college cumo out ot (heir (lnt game looking like another team to be watched as one of tho contenders for tho Texas confo- "rerico crown. They mot the Southwestern conference champs and were defeated 3.1-0. Tho Kangaroos came out in tho cellar .'last season. ' W 'The' famous baritone hog call- er the announcer Jloasta Davis left information with this depart- ment that he is going to hold down a column in the Campus Chat tho famed Denton Eagle newspaper. If tho Wildcats do not have a powerful aggregation this fall it will not bo because they do not have a good freshman squad to get points from nml to use for sparring partners. Looks like ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 September 1933

'Vv - to 'AM 4.: Uniu u. Lii- w&.i rjr 4 The optimist says "Pass the cream? please." J? -' rAcre any cream in the pitcher?" -r "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life." at Einstein. 111 .( .ehurueiuuuiiiiT. . f J:' ' - I' i " ' 11 ' .tfl t. Mt -(r :r t W Vol. 21 Cafe Will Meet TMC For Third Practice Before Circuit Debut Terrell Will Be Scene of Hostility Which Will Bring Together Two Foes Both of Which Have Aged To The Good During Year Terrell will be the scene Friday night of pigskin hostilities between the Wildcats and the Texas Military College Bulldogs. It will be the third practice scrimmage for the Morrismcn before they take on their first conference enemy next week. .' Ground CThe " riLiCl ' . It may take the art editors of tho Prickly Penr to point out the vistas and approaches of the campus in their true beauty Jmt whllo we arc waiting for next spring here oro a few that wc "laymen" may revel in. For In- stance have you ever stood back of the "ad" building and l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 September 1933

IWiWWIUfc'iMWWimillMM'Wfcl ;M'1p1Fi rf&iWyiaH .JZm&3;: V S HMRK aS r -Pago Two inn .ji sift ' 5 J 'VV' !1 fi I i 1 1 -1 V i i : I I I 9 TSgTwo. - " THE OPTIMIST f - ; i IItVJtmBti published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year'. Address nil Correspondence and l rrtir nnrniicT xhli uiiimui Members of Texas Entered as second class matter Abilene Texas under aci oi nugusi z ivi. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff G. B. Shclbournc Trine Stnrnes Homer Utlev. Herschcl North. Walter DauEjicrity Wesley Mickie Elizabeth Brewer Foy Bert Ezzcll ojlin Simmons Will forehand Otis acobs Harold Showalter Sports Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggart Features Harvey Childress Woodie Holden Religious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: ojurnalism Class. Business Staff Foy Brantley '. Marjorie Adrian DON'T BE A SNOB A few years ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 September 1933

fo iiiiiiiiniijiiiiiii. raiHi "' 4dUfci fcv-'- uu. .g' CT! W r.lwrv' AttfiWMW.1WWljMMliM WSI8tf"''ftiiS . f.SfP"W'iTaMrA ' .V " ' " '" iWfSWltiMSi'MI v " f " 'affTOB Pag Threo' ' i'JB'L. -- - oaI fB 7 i ' " " sr W!u flU ' THE OPTIMIST 4 EM to iter. L 11" fc 1. 4 ' m B- ? ?i . w- fcsfi:- a tv a vt ftH- t. !. r - fV . . ) . ' if ' li f 'K8&-M SOCIETY P A. L. S. HONOR NEW PLEDGES TUESDAY Thirteen Present At "Liicky" Club's Initial Dinner Of The Season NIGHT WITH DINNER IN HICKS HOME Tlio P.A.L.S. town girls.' social club entertained" three now pledges Eloiso Hawkins Mihhcri Illcks and Mary Louise Moore Tuesday nlglit with a dinner in the homo of the president of the club Paulino Illcks The spacious dlnlnVrooni wa3 a sccno of gaiety being lihtod Uh7Rrcen candles tied with Kicbn niiil black ribbon thn club colors. Thu place cauls cloveily carried out the color and Idea of "luck" of the club. The cen- terpiece was a laigo bouquet of chysnnthcimuns tied with a black and green ribbon. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 September 1933

mm A 1 1 V 1 . & T.i.. itS rmxmttl'nitmiMj-i'nvnMnHii4m'mMm 2SUJjjjj"Ng&)M lfeHrUa 'ft" A IV .-iPage-Four THE OPTIMIST 'l ' v 7Af IR'i JjfllLaiJUMMMlHBlfMWlMBMIM iwwMiiwcwsrwwwMW t t & JV SB& &'Wl$$3r fcWPW!R l rtl w J ' ii j- . . -r - ji " -"1 I ' rv i I V 5 1 i ! r: f v SPORB DY JOHN SIMMONS AnoUcr gamo has been played by tlio Wildcats and tliis time the Cats came out on top. It stems that the Wildcats can not find a team that is onywhero near their own size. Tlio Junior college team of Amarillo out- weighed thent about ten pounds to tho man. HoV it is that a small Junior college- can manage to got such big powerful men is more than wo can rice.' Tlio Badgers had tho fleet and mighty Flowers from Big Spring to help tote the mail around as well as Jack Russell from Hereford. Jack is a poweifuj driving half; ho Is tho brother of the fleet Habe Russell who tied tlio state iccord in tlio 220 and 100 yard dash in 1030. Amarillo had several others that were ns good o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 October 1933

i It '"' ' Jtfrr 11 L J. Mi(;mM2Jmh i ml j i i i i i rfM 1 ... "m I Buy Your "Golf Course" Tag mfm MmmL' 11 P S iTtlflf llOL I -L t .c r. ..'. ' 1 I .'''' h VkotHN"! I Vr mM'hM II II I III I tVI Let's.Smear Danicl'Bakcr '" J !Vol. 21 "A" Club "A" Club Directs Campaign For Golf Course On Park Lot Ticket Selling -Begins At Chapel Hour Wednesday SKIT GOES OVBR Entire Student Assembly Agrees To Aid In Programme .Xatfdlng qiil again for the third time In the history of the col- lege in "directing a major build- ing Twegrem tho A Club men's honor organization has thrown its latest salient in the form of a golf courso in tho A and V col- lege park. On Tuesday morning in chapel the 'organizations introduced II- uelf'to the-new students nnd con- ducted the regular exercises of the-tiour.'Ori tho following morn- ing a clever skit was prcsested fhihtdpirfl a parlor scene In the girl's dormitory tho dia- logue pointing out the need for a ceUcJfce golf course. In cllinaxt Jack Pope student presi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 October 1933

Pago Two TKB OPTIMIST -ra-n-.. 1 Ijyl p Publithed Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THfc UfTiMlM Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the pastoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff m G. D. Shclbourne Assistant Editor Trine Starnes May Ree Harrison Homer Utley Hcrschcl North Walter Daugh- crity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Drantlcy Leo Healer News Mickie Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer News Bert Ezzcll John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr Sport9 Wildring B. Sherrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggart Features Harvey Childress Woodie Holden Religious Estellc Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Journalism class. Business Staff Fo Brantley .Assistant Business Manager Marjorie Adrin.. Advertising Assistant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 October 1933

iBTOTWDlilir.fi.l.liiiliiini i n i ' II ' NFito ... m m-vrmi : .. . A . m T?44b PM V5 1 ; f - ;s THE OPTIMIST Page Thrco sBiBoHawoiraaraBsicfaHBS - ""-"v"' . Twr;.: - " r- r..;isj.TWBnwBK RIUHIvaPHHnmflnBHraMiHHBHBHHiRJ JHHHHIHiHHKIXHHVinBBrarcKRVILSMwjru Tr WwiJ1 WL W Tf3 r wjf "WiffffiHWrs f mrWv VSw' nh 'I l' ' '" I'nnr'Wl'WWPPMf i'Wriwl"P 7'" i Iff HUM 1 Wifl Iffi tliHPIiPlfll'H1! lf F1 "MraTjuif.T. i -i '' v .JVT.S-' . ' ffcTi:Ai vf.wtBi.ftnIi'iOTTP!?K ''j.xw. a' ttTAjrift'1 jvr.fs"a s-- i:'T''.' 'inn; .-t. . - 'lt --j. .. - -v '!'- tv-wt. -v "';-. ' 'w'''"!;' -i7K3ifPTi rf".t!5"a'. .-f-JVT" ' v '.'" J.. . ...T -"' -k '.'-... -r-"vij if. fc W - . k. ilv1 M" - -. r rrj ;V; s. rU' sr' ' SOClETlj Smart Collegiate Fashions Are Presented By HorneEcs Smart autumn fashion for col- leginto occasions wcro presented Frldayjnlglit in a stylo rovuo by Mlntcra t)ry Goods. Tho pro- ceeds' wcnt to tho Home Econ. omlcs department of tho college. Tho 'clothes were scon in four groupssports stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 October 1933

It . TfcjfeMMW " w ...U..... f. S:l . i ... . BaafcMagwrajiiriMiMiirta 7 "??.! riiutol wJI U H 'PftgoFour YMI OPTIMMT SIWB By JOHN SIMMONS .'out for awhile. Wo wore honored this pa it After the Kittens setting such week end with a famed Wilde it a beautiful cfcamplc on the homo1 athlotc'p presence. Nono oth-r limn tno mmous worm wuuui h the nationally known high Jump- camo is last Saturday eve- (IMS KM field last Thursday BOTH! tlio Wildcats went feftpl down to Terrell and were dctcatea by tne powerful Bulldogs of T.'M. C. 12-7. Bert Ezzell kept up the nrico that he set at Amarillo. 'Bert still standi 100 per 'cent in his kicking. Nice work Ezy. Something like that might win the game tomorrow night. Re- member McMurry beat ACC last ycdr by a Held goal. The frosh played a hard fought game against tlio Gaels last Thursday. But as wo all know they came out gloriously. Tho little boy that has been called Andy the Frosh established him- self as Andy tho Flash. After tho flashy play that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 October 1933

Pf9MfflT SS53! i hw 'W !. ). ' ; y ' SiwtKflBM- Vv-'"W"". JW . -i i i -" i I ffVm Viiifi'iiMi lAhimim'iii'flwi i'.. 1 . fr vwausm. 1 We'll Beat Denton V Read The j Editorial I "Today-Tombrrow" ' m 3i s&WWr Vol. 21 CAT-INDIAN GAME IS Tough Denton Eagle Squad Is Cat's Foe For Tomorrow Night Teacher Aggregation Favored After Win Over SMU Is TEACHERS HEFTY Game Is Out Of Circuit Affair According To Late Decision Rated as the toughest non-conference opponent pn tho list arc the North Texas Eagles whom the Wildcats meet Friday night at Denton. According to a recent decision the result of this wrangle will count neither for or against the Cats in conference standing. Coach Bugs Morris chose to sub- stitute a came with Texas A. and I. here November 18 to round out the conference program. The Eagles began with a big I show this season by defeating S.j M. U. 7-0 in September; where upon the scribes pronounced them the outstanding minor conference aggregation of the state; Since that time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 October 1933

.t' . . .' .".V- :.'i. III liWiil IIMMMWW! wVKfcjrtJi'jwSeA " "" THE OPTIMIST : . . . ....w. .. -4h.. A. 1' jBMMfi HTftBBlgJlTi"'' FWPIiWWWWW W ' ' .- ' ' -?!'' ; - ' ' " Y I'll iitmk 'Published Weekly by tho Students of Abileno Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE Ul'TiftUbT AU1LENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal G.B; Shclboumc Trine Starncs May Rcc Harrison Homer Utlcy Hcrschcl North Walter Daugh- crity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer News Bert Ezzell John Simmons Will Forehand' Otis Jacobs Harold Showalter Sports Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Marlin Carutli Walter Taggart Features Harvey Childress Woodie Holdcn Religious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 October 1933

SHAu v " ?sT5PPpi9ppS ... ii.i. 11101 ij Li iij ' ' m''"jnMi2atMllBL 5'. . v (?-- fr T v ? ' " THE OPTIMIST SOCIETY A Club Entertains In Morlan V Home With "Forty-Two" Party Mission Students Hear Morris' Plan Speaker Explains How Mission Plan Works rnmnn'a Roninl nciivltv took on Willis. Homer Utlcy and Genevi- zest when members of the A club' eve Tucker Eugene White and entertained Saturday evening in Mary Hale Clarence Nelson and Mrs. Kelson ur. ami mrs. joun P. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sikos Sterling Parker and Wilma Kcndrick Maurice Roberts and Lucilc Holmes George Stephen- son and Minnie Bennett Wilford Cooper and MurriePMoorc Mr. and Mrs. Cullcn Willis Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morris J. W. Treat 3the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. CJ Morlan. The group was entertained by Mrs. Walter Adams who sang "The Rosary" and "The End of a Perfect Day." Leonard Burford accompanied Mrs. Adams at the piano and later played ond sang several selections. Games of forty-two were played by the mem- bers and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 October 1933

.' y-'i- r .' :vx?' jjgNftaftftBffl3lHffMWWWrtimMllWi Page Pour THE OPTIMIST t;-""' ' ''V v':'f .: . .- i WvimmmR vm? . . . . --! im? 'W;f?.:" '4 -y;". . v .: V- . !' f 5'- 1 M M ? . J SPCKIS. By JOHN SIMMONS The Wildcats were off today at with a leg or two of the ball car- lAf 1.1 At h&issL ai noon to invade tiic land ot the Eagles. It is hard to say just what to expect of the Christians as their on poncnts have been rather inconsistent in their battles thus far. first they jump up nd toss a pass that defeats SMU. Thence oimmuns aIong come9 Tcu who is supposed to be weaker than bJVlu this season and givo the La gles a beating. Then over the past week end the Pirates from southwestern get on a rumpagc and start plucking the Logics tail feathers and wind up with a score less tic. Although the Pirates have of a team they held the Texas Longhorns down to a close score three weeks ago. Johnnie Conncl looked more like himself Wednesday in scrim- mage. Johnnie made one touch- down and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 October 1933

S"i .' ')') $ Welcome Harvey Scott May The Plowboys Plow Soil Tomorrow . 41' v. ainflHHIfllHMIlMMHIHBflinBHnilQHIHEMIuHHHBHJHnHIIBIFSM9wFiiBQCTKl!V'9BUHBUnHBniain s r. iacn -rr H : JF? - . V. Vol. 21 Harvey Scott of Fort Wortli Will Begin Revival Local Minister Asks For One Hundred Per Cent Support Student Atten- dance. Harvey Scott minister for the Polytechnic Church of Christ in Fort Worth will begin a series of revival services with the College congregation October 22 to con- tinue through October 29. The Fort Worth minister has been' a. successful evangelist in Texas for a number of years. He is known as a live active man. This last year he took the bachelor of arts degree from Texas Chris- tian university in Fort Worth. Students who have been here before know the value of these meetings and freshmen as well as other first year students on the A. C. C. campus will find this meeting to be one of the most ben- eficial occurrences of the year A. 0. Col ley local minister ex- presse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 October 1933

W'Wim&wmifim'iv : - . .' -" .'-."nfciHiWCS -Ci'KM" . H .gfttWSMtigglfflllweartWJhteWiiftMimiti "! tfc lWllliIUMillHllIIWMlMllfrMlll j. '!' rjawwiaiwwMfflaBaBs!3i'p . rtl A .. ' t ruge two xjuu ui'xihuht 1 I . .. i r- 1 . 1 . . ' I i I I I . I H I r IF J' JH n Hi 1 V. FT 1 1 33$ftStB& . Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payuble to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Entered as-second class matter June 28 1929 at the ptfstoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager ' Editorial Staff G. B. Shclbournc Assistant Editor Trine Starnes News Editor May Ree Harrison Homer Utley Hcrschcl North Walter Dough crity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer News Bert Ezzcll John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr Spo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 October 1933

V MWSWifi&fintt MMMiBMMHMMriHMiMM?Mnn ?V? "?"'' rfTr V' ?Nfeysr ft - t$i- Tf THE OPTIMIST Pago-Threo1 r m &'..- fC gr vs - .. ;.- . r- r s. St6- .- t7 Hfr 13. ; tlr L. ' 1 rj"5 & 5?fct f J v tr TV- "Hi. "1r - 4 . . . IH9 Tea 4?d Theatre Parties 'Head Campus Social Week P. -A. L. S. Enjoy -j Lucky Day ... ' ! ' The P. A. L. S. club celebrated Friday 13 the club's legendary i "lucky day" with n theatre party Qti Friday night. With the club sponsor the mcm bers saws the screen entertain' ment "Tliis Day and Age" at the ' Paramount Theatre. Following1 Church Heads Attend Buffet Supper In Home Ec Dining Room Elders deacons and Sunday school teachers of the College Church of Christ attended a buf- fet supper in the dining-room of the Home Economics department Tuesday night. The purpose of the meeting was to make plans for making the Sunday school more effective as explained by President Cox. A. 0. Col ley minister spoke n few min- utes on "Influence of Bible Study in Class in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 October 1933

.' Y .& 0" OfA. .. '' 7JIU. '1 Vl -V ? '' F. t"3 BS.3BWTVJ KT''i "a 'V' Pago Four THE OPTIMIST North Texas Teachers hall Before ty Meats . By JOHN SIMMONS The Wildcats kinda battered that olc dopo bucket around while at Denton over the week-end. They really plucked those Eagles tail feathers right and left. They not only got their tail feathers but came home with the big end of he score 6 to 0. Jake Gray the Wildcat captain really did his part in helping make NTST's end of the score 0. Joke continues to hit the ball carrier at the line of scrimmage witli that olc dead sickening thud that is made from he force of his famous head-on tackles. The Wildcats got kinda rough with the Eagles and it almost cost them a touchdown. Dill Maxwell did some nice ball carrying but he lost about as much as he gained as' the result of pcnaltiei. Johnnie Conncl the bny we said looked so good in scrimmage last week put some of the same brand of football into the game Friday nitc. Johnnie is famous f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 October 1933

" ; '&&. rrr" "Ah a.. Mrmzjmsmz. Wyf$f f"!'ft'rrVr' 92 y I. m - t:-r 4 . j " ' .. ' ..V A- ' i' r. " Advertisers Are Wildcat Supporters t.' . . Hear Harvey ' " Scott .-.V. . .! ..... .'.. ........ '- . v V . s 14 . 1' i. . j i Vol. 21 a Revival Now Morris Announces Debating Question fib Gavel Members Ne vSttbielef: to Involve Powers of President "Resolved: That the powers of the president' of the United States should be aubstanial lyincicased (ift be Tranibjcct of fncrcpl- legfktc debates this season by Jqn MorJ;?jKc debate coach in a meeting '(Tuesday afternoon of .those interested in trying out for wi the debae" Jeam. Morris pointed v-out title timeliness of the question and;asoCtne frtct that it-jhas. neyer befqre' been debated by college teams. After discussing Uic sub- ject' prelifoindry arrangements for the tryotyts were made the date feet beingNovember 21. In' encourogtng the debaters flUorrin said that the nrosnects arc TorJaJirisbi season. Debating is -.! r .l t ......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 October 1933

-'- ''':mmm'p'-. " W . A Pkt Two TBI OPXIMMX r w ; '''.. X : fe- i' m UrriOJTium.i Published Weekly by the Students of Abilcno Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM Editor - in KEUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff G. D. Shclbourne - Assistant Editor May Ree Harrison Homer Utley Hcrschcl North Walter Daugh- erity Wesley Mickie . Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer News Bert Ezzcll John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr -... Sports Wildring B. Sherrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggart . Features Harvey Childress Woodic Holdcn Religious Estellc Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Journalism class. Business Staff Foy. Brantley. ;. Assistant Business Manager Morjorie Adrin.. .". A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 October 1933

.ymy-iV -k4J?ij "'lilpilg-' '':Lr- '-HjE?- v" ' gflTJfnp w :: iwM ?HBwmHbBBoP2SK?HRK"' ' WVL3 '"' texmmmmmmw.L.i . A MslMWNfBBlMil?fF"J W'Tir2?iffT'F-T2 '; y - ' V ' ' " ' " Wm:tff . Vi- in 'i .i in ' BKR?W- " .yimilliii ' '.fiL'"'' Tn OPTIMIST ftjC rS'DClBTl JEx Kq Jo KaiMembers "-. . Honor fcu& Wifft Tea Mrs. A. B. Mortis and Mrs. N. Two readings .were given by E. Burnett honored the Ko Jo Kals--MsOarolyn Couch instructor of ' vl- 1 : and their- pledges with a tea Sat- urday October 21fjpm 4 until 6 o'clock at "the nome of Mrs. '"Barnett on Woodland Drive. In th? xeceiving line were ex Ko Jo KaisMrs. .Morris Misses Veda ' Huddlestjne and Kathryn Craig. Mrs. Barneti. presented the' pro- gram which included a violin duct by Miss Dorthca Callioun and Miss Elizabeth Baxter accompan- ied at the piano by Pauline Owen. The girl's quartet of ACC corn- nosed of Ellce McGrcuor Mildred Willis Lcqla Logjdpn and Pauline Owen sang two numbers. J Speech Arts of McMurry Collcce The table was ...

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