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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

?l .Monday December 18 1916 THE PRISM PAGE NINES tf James Rogers (Continued from Last Week) tions of the day. He talked of the leading politicians as though he had before that he had heard it. That oft repeated question kept ringing in ' his ears: "Am I my brother's keep-' or?" ills musings wore interrupted by the boy when he sa'd that he had ktinurn tii.nii 11 i .. . iiunuu iiumu aim mat iour imocks his work he said that he was cm-I 'T JttIIC8 W0Ud C0no t0 lh nlovod In l1o nnn.lv i .L I".?. od of "" 1. Thin witty yet (Sro-it vntnrn r-..i.i.. c n i I vulilr "! profane lad had touched ttittii western Candy Ac Cracker nnin- t444"rrrt&r&Mrtrtrfrtrtr&tt pany's factory He had been burned when a kettle of hot candy was over- turned on his arm. Soon the two bad crossed the rail- road yards and seemed to have passed Into an entirely different town. Thin section or the city as the hoy said belonged to the factory employes Probably L'(iiji) lived in this district. It was plainly e...

Publication Title: Prism, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

TAGE TEX THE PRIS.M .Monday December IS 1916 Hindi (lie Heels of Vonr Hoots. While passing the home of a neigh- bor one day I overboard a conversa- tion betwion a careful mother and bcr little I L'-. oar-old daughter. "He sure to black your heels too Uoro- 1h" cautioned her mother. "Oh why'.'" petulantly whined Dorothy. "They'll never be noticed. A by I never see the heels of my shoos." lly that time I had none too f.ir to near any more but the little conver- sation that 1 did hoar impressed me great l"i It not only sot me thinking about my own heels but. it also caused me to almost unconsciously notice the In els of everyone 1 met. Very often 1 found that people in general seemed to have l)orotb's opinion not onlj a')out their heels but also about mail) other little things yet it is the little tilings which make the big thing. l!ui not only do wo find people in llie world who bold Doiothy's opinion about the uselessness of blacking Sanifary Barber Shop A Clean Towel for Every Man S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

Monday December 1S 191G THE PRISM PAGE ELEVEN Wmt About tlie Y. W. C. A.I (Continued from Page 8) only all the students In the world. The Y V. C. A. includes hands of city women and working girls. It is ho one work in which all womankind mental activities That is what people C1UI Joi nullds aml work together think college is ror. And it is. But Tllc vor' scope the make-up of it the trouble Is many girls who oomo would ' the work worth while to college think that mental better- Wero tllcle no deeper significance mcnt is the only aim and end of col- Ult when we consider that tho one lege. The 'broad-minded investlgat- uim illul eml ol lhc Y- w- c- A- is ll ing girl of today however is rcaliz- '"'oador better more effective spir- ing that college stands for fourfold iUml lifc au effort to Reserve to the development physical mental moral flllcst Promise "1 came that they and spiritual. And tills girl would "i-ht havc fo "d havc ll "oro as soon think of coming to Howard abundantly" then ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1916

PAGE TWELVE THE PRISM Monday December 18 1916 frO0ODOOOOO ' 1 Y I i rSi theBROWNWOOD IwJfli of tttisanK are with jjoufor Ike 2Kerrie$i Cfcri5ittia5 eieran& a coming jjear of pro$periisi ncmift aito nappmess BTTTli Aft i NWOOD IS 1'1Z5 t NATION AI; BANK t JJJm5m.JmJJJm5 v Concerning Carlo. My best and most loyal playmate wben I was quite small was my dog. How well do I remember him! I can see him now as I first saw him: A beautiful Scotch collie pup. When he grew to be about two years old he was one of the most beautiful dogs I have ever seen. Carlo for that was his name had long white wool with a pretty brown patch on each of his sides. He had a head shaped very much like that of a wolf a fact which often caused people to think him vicious. This peculiar shape of the head seemed to be a characteristic of the speciesi The colors were inter- mingled on his head but the most of it was golden brown and looked like rich glossy satin. His ears were rather long. It is beyond my capacit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1922

r) i. MHHfl S77 .J- & 'fiiy ' I' I I I I THE PRISM HOWDY BOYS! ROY BYRD Tailoring and Men's Furnishings We are looking for you At Pete Anderson's. Barber Shop Southern Hotel Building NO. 2 HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE PUBLICATION OCTOBER 20 1922 M' &L&7 ji HOWARD PAYNE IS DEFEATED BY AUSTIN COLLEGE 7 TO 0 The Kangaroos put It ovcil the Ycl- TIE ITU PROGS low Jackets this year when they tie-. GIVES COWBOYS teated them on their own gridiron at- TITLE VISIONS ttr one of the hardest struggles of the' year. Nursing their disappointment ut It was a royal light from start to .failure to register a victory over thi finish. The Yellow Jackets did nut Homed FVogs at Wichita Falls last seem to have their usual team work ! Saturday the Simmons Cowboys punch. It Is not light for us to he- settled down Monday to the grind m llevc that Austin College defeated the 'raining that carries them through team that turned the football world five more T. 1. A. A. games befori the upside down when they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1922

THE PRISM THE PRISM Semi-Monthly Publication o( Howard Payne College Brownwood Texas. Subscription Price the year... i 00 Staff Selected from Student Body s ww1 J. Brown Cutbtrth Editor-in-Chief George Coz Business Manager Alvin Clare Managing Editor nni 1 ASSOCIATE EDITORS. John Jackson Associate Editor Jake Stark Athletic Editor Amanda Eustlund....Ulrl8' Dormitory Wiley Whitten Boys' Dormitory Sllva Willis Cottage Home Ethel Baugh Chipel Iris liornburg Happenings Veda Wells Exchange AS OPEN l.ETTKIt. THE BEST TIUXG OCT. who are taking the course offered by the Canyon Normnl are students' of colleges from all over the State The little Prism came to my home one and they want thlr credit for the day work done to go toward a degree In To brightly cheer my dreary life und their college. Is thorp any rasou why something pleasant say; such a plan can not bo created? Doc To tell me what I ought to do an' anybody lmve a mortgage on educa-l bow keep alive tlont There Is no limit to learning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1922

T ' v i THE HOMECOMING Naturally I won a bit anxious when Jean's Aunt Sarah came to visit us the first time. I wanted hen approval of my Judgment In house furnishing because Well you tee when we were about to be married Jean's Aunt Sarah of- lered us some fur.tlture she had stor- ed. I declined. 1 pride myself that I was diplomatic about it. Nevertheless I declined. "I have my eye on some really valuable pieces" 1 said suavely In response to the offer "and It the dealer will only come around to my terms I shall have them. "Antiques you Know extraordinar- ily good." Jean's Aunt Sarah offered little objection. "Very well then" was her com- ment. "I suppse 1 cuu dispose of what I have some other Way." Dispose of what sho had some other way ou see. Asulute confirmation f my worst suspicions about the furn- iture. Of course I had no antiques in view at the time but I managed to buy some shortly afterward. It was a necessary purchase but one with which I was very well satisfied. Inci- den...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1922

THE PRISM HOWARD PAYNE MALL MEWS. Mti Hulda Harrlsoa spent Friday ntht In the dormitory as a guest o: the C. C.'. Misses Flossie May Dabney and Bus Bettls iDent this week-end at their home in Blanket and had a their cuests. Mlsies Margaret Eoff and Mary Stuart. Miss Ida Small apent several days In Dallas at the fair. She reports a wonderful time and fro msome of the aouvertiers she brought bock we agree that she had one. We understand they are having n bi carnival In Coleman this week. Maybe that accounts for Miss Nannie B Brooks' visit. Miss. Kthel Baugh Bpent Sunday night in the dormitory as a guest o( Miss Nathalie McKay. These young ladles have the wonderful witch craft of telling fortunes and proved their abilities by reading several nalms. Vada Crenshaw spent the week-end at Santa Anna and on returning brought us a new girl Miss Velmu Evans. We bope Velnu likes us and we have already decided that she's a good sport. The following girls were also nut of the dormitory for the we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1922

CHRISTMAS EOITION THE PRISM T FORD TAILORING CO. The Student Tailors Phone 66 y HOWDY BO We are looking for you At Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Building NO. 5 HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE: PUBLICATION DECEMBER 18. 1922 HOWARD PAYNE LEADS SOUTHWESTERN ELEVENS wmtm. rniywni mm ksi " I BASKET BALL PROSPECTS VERY COOD IS SEASON FOR A WINNING TEAM Several letter men hack and a Urge number of new mpn nut. Th. vn NFL Dill. i ( (implied by (lie Dallas News sporting editor und published Sunday Hlinwnl that thp llnwnnl I'ayne Yellow j J.ii'ht s of 11)22 wcrp tin1 most effec- i like I or ward passing eleven In the southwest ami Uiiii (Ju.irlfrh.it k Tur- in' r nil T. I. A. A. lii'lil general fin I Hit1 sinsnn li'd nil competitors In tin1 I ntimlii'i nf kui'i'psi fill passes for the! year. Tin- comment of William II. I IIiikkIi' r I he News staff upon tin-; forwanl passing fcutiiies uf llu him-. son's pl.i. It an follows: Hnuaid I'aync I ho llapllst Institu- tion ul llrownwooil hud an In-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1922

THE PRISM THE PRISM Setni-Mnutlily Piililli-iilliin nf Mow-aid Payne Colleiie lliovvuvvoo.l Tumi. Subscription Price the i'ar....$J 00 Stall Selected frcim Student Mini J. lirown Cutlililli ...lllllor-lii I'hlef (leorKC Cox lluslucss MmiiiKi'i Alvln Clan- .. . ..MiiiiukIiik IMItur .tSSOl'IATK KDITOIIS. John Jiickxoii . . AwiH-l.itt Kdltnt Jake Starl .AthleMr Kdltnr Amumlj Kantl.inil .'. (ill I'm' l)iinnltDi Wiley Whlttuii . . l!o.v' liir.iilt'ir Sllvu Willis. .. I'ottii'it' llmr Kthl I!.iugli (J 1 1 1 1 -j i Iris llornluim . lliiicnlMi:t Veila Wells. i:i'i.ui-;i WtkK MMIi:illlll lil.tll. (Ily Plielie K. Warner I Ale .miii all down .mil mil . Tiled of ctTtliliiK anil i-jrliml) flops poor business ilraKuy. uilleitlons slow.' Wlilleil jou w.is ileail IVcl lick you'll haw In no out In the K.ir- ilea ami eat worms for your ('In lit- hum dinner' You'ie not .ilnne Von hate more toni.in.v than anybody else Moxt eierylindy h reellilj; like lh.it this year. I.ciisl thev think they are Tinuldc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1922

THE PRISM BROWN WOOD OPTICAL CO. SJggL CLASSES WHEN HEARTS ARE TRUMPS I Tragedy If Child Should Have Chrltl. mat Com and Go Without an Ecitiey. V YOC Imtv no child of mii own 1 1 hum borrow nr beg cini' fur Chilsiuuis i'i" fur ll l Ihi' time when tin' wmhl Hl'IiIx lis humil. Hess with n I'hllil o) utiles Dr. James I Viiiiri' In 1 1 Illinois State Jniilliiil. Onlj ii (lillil limy hnve the right of Mil) Oil ClirlsllllllH I'M'. If .Mill ilo not atuiiil In with the children vu must tiiml iiililc. It Is the lioiir when Hih world makes a uitdle Km shrltic; when not only wife iiihii from the Kiit lint grown- ups friini nil points of I hi' compass Blip down oM-r Hit hills of memory toHiml childhood's dawn sailng tin iter il.clr liit'iilli: "We hue seen lilt slur In the I'iihI ami lire rnme to wor- alitp hi in." What it wonilerfnl thing Ik this learning of the nl'l world fur the hup- I 1ik of ihllilien Unit i lltiiiixra ut "lirll u.ii k : The hitler side of human linlnie conies In the flout....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 December 1922

THE PRISM wmmixxxvx-k A Christmas Sermon 4f O BK honest In ! Mini I OL to eurn ii little an. I spend S Br .. mil. Iuaj .. imiLit lllmll m n nine - i - "i E the whole u fuiiilly liapil-r for bU presence to renounce wncn iim Khun be necessary and not le embittered to keep few S friends but those without iiipllil- Inllon nbove nil. on tne mime grim romllllon hi keep friends with himself liere l a task fur nil flint n man has of foilltiide unit tlellrnry. lie bus Bit iitnhl- iIouh soul who would iwc more: lie has H hopeful spirit who should took on such mi enter prle to be successful. There Is Indeed "tie element In hiiinnn destiny lluit not blindness itself cnn controert: whutcu-r else we lire Intended to do we lire S not Intended toMicieed; failure E l IIih fate ullotted. It lit so In fi eery art mid study It In so a S ntiOTe all the continent nrt of 3 IMng well. Here Ii a piemiiin llioiiKht for the year's end or .. th.i uml nf life. Onl Hi'lf deception will be satisfied and 3 there n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 23 January 1923

cu 17 an f r ' '?; THE PRISM HowDima&f f W I I.! ' yyc arc looning lor you At Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Building NO. 6 HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE PUBLICATION JANUARY 23 1923 IS YELLOW JACKETS FOOT BALL TEAM FGfl 1923 ANM'IL IIIMJI'KT TEMIEIIED THE tixmm.i no s ok iimunn PAINE COLLFGF. Onn of the most cnjosuhle affairs over clven In Howard Pavne clonnl- toiy wus Unit of Pililav nlelit. when ilii football Iimiii. Iioth llrsi niul sec- oml iitrlng men weie glints of the tnllege ut tlii- unminl bnuiuet ami evoa luokul loiwarel tu wltli pleusu-ulili- anticipation ! ull who no per- iilttnl to p.utleipile Hon Mail. Milieu was lomtiiuster ami uHer an Invocation liv llev. W. I) Wutklns. mill n few Introiluctnry remarks Intioilmul W. H Hornburg liroslilint of lion mil Iino College who took occasion to praise the foot- hall men fin Ihelr vei cfleetlve work dmlne the past season. He declared that a good h.ill team such as How- 11 lniii- li im. was u oi Hi a great ileal to any col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 23 January 1923

THE PL' M THE PRISM1DR. BROOKS OF BAYLOR OPPOSED 8iml-Montnly Publication of Howard Payne College Brownwood Texas. Subscription Price the year.... I i 00 Staff Selected from Student Body J. Brown CutMrth Editor-in-Chief Otone Cox ....... Business Manager Alrtn Clare Managing Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS. John Jackson . Associate Editor Jake Stark Athletic Editor Amanda Eastland.... Girls' Dormltorj Wiley Whllten Boys' Dormlt'jry Sllra Willis Cottage Homo Kthel Baugh Clnpyl Iris Hornburs Happening! Veda Wells Eicliange THE SFCOESS FAMILY. The father of Success Is WORK The mother of Success Is AMBITION The oldest son Is COMMON 8ENSE Some of the boys are STAML1TY PERSEVERANCE HONESTY THOROUGHNESS FORESIOHT ENTHUSIASM CO-OPERATION The oldest daughter Is - CHARACTER Some of her slaters are PERSONALITY CHEERFULNESS LOYALTY COURTESY CARE ECONOMY SINCERITY HARMONY The baby Is OPPORTUNITY Oet acquainted with the "Old .Man' and you will be able to get along pret ty well with the rest of the famil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 23 January 1923

THE PRISM MORE THIN MONEY WEAKLEY-WATSON-MILLER HARDWARE CO. IS NEEDED 0 SOLVE THE EM rorvruv ciiiMt is six.vkk AdAlXHT IIY l.tl'k 01' Hltli VMZATION. 'liic follow lir: articles ileiillin; with the rural school piohlcm nt e the flist two of a series prepaid! tiy Di. II. T. .MllSSldlllilll edltoi of tlie Teas School Journal mill appi.ulni: In the Dallas News Have J oil load tin- lepoit of l'lcsl- dent Itooeclt's Country Life Com- nilsBlim? If so ou know In n large wav "what Is the matter with our ru- inl si IiooIb" In Texus ami Hie nation. Not that this report paints a detailed pietitie of the plight of our rmal schools but that It points out the forces which make for the backward condition of nil things mini. The economic status the personal Intelligence and Ideals and the social and spiritual forces of the country peopl" will forever determine tlio kind and character of the Institutions of country life. You can not take a Ricul uiuntry school nut and set it down ready-made In the o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 23 January 1923

1 THE PRISM BROWNWOOD OPTICAL CO. .SSS. GLASSES Brain fag and reduced vitality are the inevitable resulU of eye itrain an examination will disclose your needs. DR CM. BE Ti IS LARGE MID QWARD PAYNI E COLLEGE HUM. KNOWN DALLAS PIICSICIAX MKKTS MANY FBIKNDSf HKHO. MITION WAS AllOl'TKP. The address of Dr. C. M. Rosser. of Dallas at Howard Payne auditorium Friday night was well attended and his address was one of the best heard In this city In a long time. Dr. Ros- ser li well known to many people of Drownwood and his welcome to this city was largely accompanied by per- sonal features from friends with whom he had been acquainted for a number of yearB. Following the ail- dieux at the auditorium Dr. Hosier was a guest at the McQueen home 401 Coggin avenue. Dr. nosser being an old time friend of the family. While there Dr. Rosser told a story which Involved himself and one of his class mates at Memphis Tennessee where he graduated several years ago. The classmate Is now ono of the leading...

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