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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 November 1915

Page Two THE PRISM Thursday Novemlwr 11 1015 i 1 THE PRISM Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Kntered at the Post Ollleo at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price $1.00 per year 'nefr" STAFF ('. E. Lancaster Or.ee Macdgon Ilutli McCauley Carrie Cuiup -Wilhml Taylor V. It. White Klhel Neul Hurley Smith - - Kditor-in-Cliii'f Associate Kditor Associate Kditor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Kditor Athletics Social Editor - liusinoss Mgr. V. 11. Higgiubothnm - Asst. Mgr. V. II. Higgiuhotham Circulation Mgr. The students have been rather slow in organizing the Students Council this year. Perhaps no one was to blame. There has been a complete change in college alfuirs making the perfecting of some of organizations rather late. The fact the Student Council has been the last to complete it's organization is no reason that it is least in import- ance. As a matter of fact it is the most important organization in the school. It stands for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 November 1915

Thursday November 11 1!)15 THK PRISM I'lltfl' TIllCC fr !. ;..;..;. .;.. ;..;..;. .;..;....;..;..;..;..;. .;..;. .;..;..;..;..;. If You Are Getting Stouter nimio Nil so i so your KABO Corset will take one to three inches more from your hip measurement than your other corsets. If your stomach seems more pro- minent from the way you have been lacing your corsets the correct KABO THE LIVE MODEL CORSET" Hnli Latfe and Front Laie Klnllu Nil K103 will overcome that en- tirely. And when sit- ting the bust will fall into the proper lines. You will h;ive tin ifiiWv ' ill W right "stvle " We use y live mocieis and lit them in three posi- tions sitting reclin- iny and st-anriinir. This is done it) get scientific comfort and precise fit- ting l)r evo'ry li.dti. We gu'irantej tint KABO Corsets will not rust tear or break. Priced $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 and up to $5.00 "' iSil&i "v "'X )i VV& vmn V 3a W 3'iJ . Z"! "SHOP EARLY" An I fit j I Christrnts I'irsriil An Eastman Kodak We h:ie ;i viiric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 November 1915

Pa&e Four THE PRISM Thursday November 11 1915 ; $ $ ----j - j j-- y- $-$-$-- ?! ------I ! i v I lit SAW BR1N Is selling a Blue Serge suit that is worth $20.00 for SELECT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS EARLY t Y T T ! We iuv Living away u tfreat inanj NICK CHRISTMAS pivM'iit. Our :t ok us nexer more complete. Cull mid sue befoiu juu bin. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE" .;. ;..;..;;; .;;;;;;; ; ;..;.. ;..j..;..;. y i T T t J I COLLEGE BRIEFS Rev. Wudc D. Vinson is slowly re- covering from u long illness. Judge Woodruff spent Sunduy and Vedder Watson spent Sunday ut Monduy at Santa Anna. Mullin. Rev. Barp conducted the chapel ser- The town boys and girls of the Col- vjcos prjjay morning lege enjoyed an outing to the Bayou ' on Monday. A very enjoyable time Mf Uumbo QnQ q( our pmcher. was reported. students was married Sunday. He is to be in school the remainder of the ' year. His wife will also be a student Tom King spent Sunday at home in i jn H p c Brady. $15.00 2-! j-$-.55-$5j-j.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 November 1915

THE U()I)K l!l M.l.tM'I.M PHIiMIV; I M.AIIC.INf? I'iiuu l.ii. r I lfn to if-t it Sin ll' Km ill IAtl.ii BIJOS STUDIO I'A rKONIZK Vviv AlKltTHOH's nimi:n snoi' Volume 15 BROWXWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER IS 1915 Number Hi PRISM SCIEBiJLEOFEXAH- INATIOfl FOR FALL TERM PRISM TO HAVE BIG YOUNG MEN'S CHRIST- CHRISTMAS EDITION IAN ASSOCIATION osomlior '22-27 1913. Uf i M. 'K Ii inlay .:l)t) A. M. F.ng. J. lli.Hory D. luiiday 1:00 I'. M. Arithmetic Lng. D. Latin 1. Math. 1. Math. G. Physics A. .Spanish A. lay 0:00 A. ILology A. 'Yuic. G. F.ng. 7. G Tiuun 7. 'listory !. 11. lory A. r'usiology. day 1:00 P. M. IMnc. A. (.ciinun 4. Wednesday !):00 A. M. vgricultuie. '.rock A. il.-Uiry F. Latin D. Math. :. 'cdnudny 1:00 P. M. Chom. G. Educ. II . l-.ng. L Gorman 1. Latin 1. Math. A. Physics 1. Pol. Sci. U. Spanish I). 1 i-iday 1 :00 P. M. P.iblo 1. F.ng. 4. Eng. A. French D. Gicok D. LT. S. iiibt. alunut;. 0:00 A. M. lliliio A. Geography. History 1. Latin 7. Math. 7. Phil. D. ."-aturday 1 :00 P. M. Chemi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 November 1915

Pajro Two THE I'RISM Thursday November 18 1015 THE PRISM Published every Thursduy by the Stu- dents of Howard Puyne College. Entered at the Post Ofllco at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. I Subscription Price $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster Osee Macdgcn Huth McCauley Carrie Camp - t.litni..in.fl!i.f ! - 1JUIIVI III VMli Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Willard Taylor - Y. M. C. A. Editor W. R. White - - - Athletics Ethel Neal - - Social Editor Harley Smith - - Business Mgr. V. B. Higginbothum - Asst. Mgr. W. B. Higginbothum Circulation Mgr. This number of The Prism contains the ofllcial schedule for the term ex- aminations. The stafT greatly appre- ciates the privilege of printing this first and are sincerely grateful to the faculty for their support of The Prism. This gives us a chance to teach the hundredQ and fifty students that haven't subscribed the import- ance of The Prism as a mouth piece for the student body. If the subscrib- ers will be a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 November 1915

Thursday Noveinlinr 18 1015 THE PRISM Page Throe 5 ;; ; ; .;. .;. . A--4 If You Are Getting Stouter EltUrn Nn. SOIStJ . 1' ?. Vt v t v A : your KABO Corset will take one to three inches more from your hip measurement than your other corsets. If your stomach seems more pro minent from the way you have been lacing your corsets the correct KABO THE LIVE MODEL CORSET" Bick Lice end Front Lice Electro No. KI03 will overcome that en- tirely. And when sit- ting the bust will fall into the proper lines. You will have the right "style " We use 97 live models and fit them in three posi- tions sitting reclin- c"-:7 ing and standing. This is done to get scientific comfort and precise fit- ting fr oviry fLjiirj. We guarantee thit KABO Corsets will not rust tear or break. Priced $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 and up to $5.00 R. SMITH & SON sb i I ii'P II - fe V I r"" ; kcc ... "SHOP EARLY" An Ideal ChriiUIui Prtteut An Eastman Kodak Wt biit" a viirii'l.v of model and u poinpli'tp line tif sup- pllp. It wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 November 1915

Page Four THE PRISM Thursday November 18 1915 '. $$"' S- ''-;';'(.;.;;; ?! ; pV----'-Ai--..V- -. - -!- : CHRISTMAS IS CONING AND VERY SOON We ur- ieud for it with all the new things In Jewelry and Novel- tie-. Come and make your selections early. "Quality the Best Prices the Lowest.' " EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY 'THE GIFT STORE" .;j-;-;;;;"-; ;-;;;-;; .:-1 u : i t I ft . I. : : MACKINAWS All Wool in all the fancy colors belted and norfolk at $5.00 $8.50 and $10.00 ! COLLEGE BRIEFS A colored mun called at Mis. Bax- 4- hi UOTMHUkJijraga Io.v'h looking for work. "What is your name?" she asked j. Miss Dora Ella watson visiieu 111 auer Hiring mm. Brady Sunday. The young ladies of the hull were at home to the young men of the eol- legt from four to six Sunday after- noon. The Y. M. and Y. V. Associations were chaperoned by Miss Sims to the Bayou Saturday afternoon. A pleas- ant evening was enjoyed and an ap- petizing supper spread after which the boys and girls toa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 2 December 1915

'' S KODAK l)i:Vi:i.OI'l.(i I'KIN riNp... KNLAHOINfi I'drltLillnr lC'Fi.r.1 r.lkcn tn g-l I lie Vci lJtl Keiultt TAYLOR UIJOS. STUDIO THE PRISM pa rwoNizi: I'ote AiukTHon's IIAItllKIt shop Volume 15 BROWNVVOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 2 1915 Number 17 A AN APPRECIATION In making a survey oi' our football season wo sec one outstanding fea- ture and his is the work of our couch Mr. Copas. Wc have not had a season filled altogether with victories; it did not begin with a victory nor did it close with one. Hut we have had enough victories to somewhat sweeten the bitter of the defeats. Above all hough we have just closed a season tilled with many profitable experiences and hapy discoveries. Wc have gained profitable exper- ience through our association on the fi?ld as team mates. This years spiad will always remember the boys who worked together for the glory of How- ard Payne. Wc feci that wc really know each other and knowing we will always remember in after years it will ha like a balm and a be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 2 December 1915

THE PRISM Thursdav. December 2 1015 I'n'tc Two THE PUIS Published every Thursday by tho Stu- dents of Howard Payne Colleen. of an instilutk n i.-' ' ' :.t n.e.l'c : it. And too it is a c ;t mi lac1- tlu.i a i u- dent (;u.v ci'.'i be '. . .. A'.1 A b; wj ether ltunns lliun the ::pir?c the.t pa esde'i the institutions. Tbcr? mnv bo .i rot of mien find r-OTulnthm" rivl soi o - - " K.. every hour Jiiyiii'C "'don't b.'"a'" Kntored at the Post OIllco at lirown- 0f them" yrt tbry .rv'i! ab b wood as Second-Class Mail Mattel". 0;t-n. and they nil lirt if lh" ft---- . den's fe 1 thr'r hi.nu" :il stalx. aril to $1.00 per year a i.ia'-l ed dc-jre- l'..at ilu- a e ::.-" i Bible lor tho honor ei.d ileni'"- of t ' school both in conduit and !n hcl; hi ; ji..i- spirit will be d-veloped that i.iiite honesty and love for r''r!'t. a.id a d - votion for their school r;ual :ih if' to the one tlu have for their heme . Hdilor-in-Chief Such can't m-uilt !' .. : a s.t f ru'e " A. white l.'d'.tor but froi i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 2 December 1915

Thursday December 2 1915 THE PRISM Pago Three ;;.;.;-;;;-; .;..;...;.;. .;..;..;...;.. ;..; .;...;..;..;..;.. ;..;.. ;..;. - c j UH'Ai AiJtrs m sr in7 .j T T You It jft ..F fafcli to .Uiltl p iv'rj?5SCV( -...: -. 0 ." -" j iTiSffl H V. k ' v I JMCSfc .--H .THE STORY TELLERS LEAGUE (Jives its First ProRram in Second Years Work. The Story Tellers of the Dramatic Club gave an entertaining evening in the Howard Payne auditorium Satur- day November 27th at seven thirty o'clock. There were a number of children present and they all seemed to enjoy the stories. Stories were told from Riley Field Kipling and others of like reputation. iMiss E.stelle Giun- dy gave a twenty-live minute arrang- i.icnt of "The Littlest Rebel" which pleases students and children alike. This is the bccond year that we have had the Story Tellers Lcugue in How- ard Payne College. The members of the League told stories last year to the children of Urownwood in the Col- lege auditorium each Saturday after- noon. Some ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 2 December 1915

i. Page Four THE PRISM Thursday December 2 1015 yi fr-fr .fr ! . . -----;'tti !' tMi'ii $--i-?'-1 SUGGESTIONS FOR GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS :-: ::-::.: i NKW ARRIVALS FOR MEN Waldennr (')iiitns. Wnu-li Safes. Cigarette Ca'.os. Picture frames .S'a-""! Kiuif-. Ciyar Jars Ash Tra. Desk Set. etc. NT.W ARRIVALS VOV WOMKN Comb. I!i'ii'-i and Miiror. Mnnieuie Set in Silver. Ivory or Jade Jottclr 1J'. 'uliuno Bottle. VuiJ bracelet Watch. La Vallicr. Ring etc. t'oiiii' iind M'c what wo can oiler on. !! -' ' .......... .:.::.: "1 i Big Misses Lace Patent I i lit It THE LOW HEEL SHOES. Just Received. Price f ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY I-: 4 COLLEGE BRIEFS by the story tellers of the Dramatic T. Club Saturday evening in the chapel. $ $0 tC Tiie crowd of children was not as large Minnie Belle Shelton spent tl.c "H we hoiie for but they were all good week-end at home in Winchell. listeners. Several of our young men attended Mr. Wood Young visited at Uochellc the Student's Conference at Austin SAM BRIN i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 9 December 1915

THE PRISM I'ATKOMZi: IV to Anderson's BAUBLR SHOP Volume 15 BROWXWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 9 1915 Number 18 kodak Di:vi:i.ot'iN; t'lilNIINC I'.NI.AKCING Ijrlt4.nlui r.lFt.it. 'I aim in ig t ihr Vert Umi l(cli TAYLOR I3KOS. STUDIO THEOPBILIAH SOCIETY HAS BUSINESS MEETING Duos Not Have a Program But Trans- acts Much Business Report of Convention Delegate Debate Committee and Elect Of- ficers. The Thoophilians mot on their reg- ular meeting night Monday Decem- ber (j I!) lf. They manifested very line spirit indeed which was the re- sult of some previous work that they had accomplished recently. Whenevei you take an organization and put them to work they are going to prosper. Our Society has for over a year been try- ing to el into the I'hilo Confederation of the schools of Texas but we have been unable to get any definite under- standing with them until lately. The Confederation had its annual meeting at Simmons College at Abilene this year. Mr. Lancaster was sent as a representative from ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 9 December 1915

Page Two THE PRISM Thursday December !) 1015 THE PRISM Published every Tliursduy by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Oflicc at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Usee Macdgcn - Associate Editor Kuth McCauley - Associate Editor Carrie Camp - Y. W. C. A. Editor Willaid Taylor - Y. M. C. A. Editor W. U. White - - - Athletics Ethel Xeal - - Social Editor Frank Weedcn - Exchange Editor Hurley Smith - - Business Mgr. V. 15. Higginbothnm - Asst. Mgr. V. U. Higginbothum Circulation Mgr. The line spirit in which Caiter Pat- tprson was elected Captain of the foot- ball team for 11)1(5 was indicative of the co-operation that has ex- isted among' the players throughout the past season. We feel there has been much progress the past season along this line. In a small way we have hud in previous years what the State is having now division and con- tention among some of the players. Nothin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 9 December 1915

Thursday December !) 1!)t5 THE PRISM Page Three .;...;...;.....:.. ..;... J..;..;..... ..j- .;...:...;...;..;...;...:...;...:...;.. .;...:...;.. .$...;...;.........;...;..;.. .J...;... pr Brandon Dentist v JiL' I'.iownwood National I t:itik Phone 116 1 King GENTZ SHOE SHOP Has the Most Up-to-Dutc Ma- chinery to Serve the Public X. -1 wmu$ c at. i a- -.7.'. ." if LI JLJJ 'JkiMltoLL Ph vlt'Clklfll r4tom CLMtl lNLULftTOfl 0i ' ri 1:zm JJ&S&- y..;.-..:. ;..; ;- ; 4 - - INTERCOLLEGIATE NEWS SERVICE Of the Intercollegiate Prohibition As- social ion. "Some iiion arc l)orn famous some acquire fame and other.- stand in good with the news oditois." "You can't tell by the nattiness of a student's balmacaan how holey his socks are." That the present voluntary course on hygiene and alcohol given each fall 'of high school students and elected a in tlie University of Upsnla be made Travelling Secretary for this purpose compulsory for all students and that This secretury Rex P. Harlow repor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 9 December 1915

Page Four THE PRISM Thursday December 9 1915 - CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY 1 Seems to lie tin1 Slojfsin this jrar and we are ready with a complete lliu- of .li-wi'lr.v uiul Noveltle. from ." cents to ."(HUKi. Let us show ou our jjoodM before .sou purchase thut (. 'lirisinm-. Present. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE 4- !! '! ! ;-1 --t - '--;--;--l-j-V't--V'l"-l"-VJ--l--'(---l-!--l--l--l'-!" Big Misses Lace Patent THE LOW HEEL SHOES. Just Received. Price $2.50 COLLEGE BRIEFS 1 An Absent Minded Professor .j. Several evenings ago after u most 1 enjuyuoie program runueiuu uuuei iiic I i SAM BRIN Misa Nuoma Allen from May is in auspices of the two locul college Y. M .school for this term. She is now u C. A's. the audience rose up to go i Idi-iii it Div irirl. when over in one corner was heard a great mirth. What was it? 1 has-' i Miss Taylor is now-able to meet her tening over to see found that one of 4.....14......j.4..:...:.. ................. ....:...:...:..:.... classes. We are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

CHRISTMAS EDITION THE PRISM KODAK ll.T.Ul'IN; I'KINriNO C.NI.AHGINC. I'.tln.uljt I'.iriirn Tukrli In J"l llir Vcn Hoi Kcnln TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO iwtronizi: IV to Anderson's IIAKItLU SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TKXAS DECEMBER 16 1915 Number 19 PRESS CLUB ORGANIZED Members of Prism and Lasso Staffs Ell'eet Important Organization. Local Club Will Start Work Hoping to Receive Membership in State Association Later. The members of the staffs of our two college publications The Prism and The Lasso met on Tuesday De- cember the 14th and took steps to- ward the organization of perhaps one of the most impoitant activities of college life a Pies Club. Last year some preliminary action toward this step was taken but no visible results were produced. This year it is hoped that the Club luay do woik which will be helpful and of practical benefit to the whole schol. The first step was the election of of- ficeis the Mowing being placed in of- fice: Ok mi Brooks Piesideut C. K. Lancaster Vice-President;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Page Two THE PRISM Thursday December lfi 1015 t Practical Christmas Suggestions ARE TO BE FOUND IN GREAT UMimiKS AT JENNINGS 201-3 W. Broadway Only a few more days remain to complete your Christmas shopping. It will be a pleasure to shop here as our line of suggestions are unlimited. The quality and price of our merchandise is right. The year round this store shows the new things while they are new. Christmas time is no exception to the rule only that we show a greater variety. REMEMBER FOR PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS VISIT THE MANY DEPARTMENTS OF THIS STORE. The Modern Dry Goods House With a Line of Modern Merchandise WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE LITERARY FACULTY The Department of Liberal Arts in Howard Payne College is one of which every person interested in the college may justly feel proud. Although the student body is not so large as that of some other coleges of the state we feci that our faculty guarantees as thorough instruction and as efficient work ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Thursday December 10 10ir THE PRISM PuKC Three t "THE TOGGERY" Give Something You Would Like To Have Yourself. Call and Let us Show You Our Line of Suitable Presents FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. ' THE MEN'S STORE" LEE HOLLAND Mgr. FROM mm SHALL WE BUY IT? This is a question that should con- front you Mr. Student but should cause you no worry. The Prism has carefully collected the very kind of in- formation you need so often to answer this question and has properly classi- fied it for instant reference. N'ow that you have this directory keep it and use it when you do your Christmas shopping. Hero is the information you want: 1)KY GOODS. F. It. Smith & Son Honors Dry Goods Company J. W. Jennings Sam Brin King's Dry Goods Store Baxter Brothers Gilliam llrothers I.ooney Mercantile Company Hurt Norwood. DKUGS. Camp-Hell Drug Company. JEWELRY STORES. Armstrong Jewelry Company Mar- tin 0. Curry & Company T. S. Euper. HABERDASHER. The Toggery. CONFECTIONERS. Kaneaster's Kandy Kitchen. BAK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Page Four THE PRISM 'I'lun schiy. December Hi 1015 THE PRISM merit commends support. Experience When .Santa Clans .Mas. Ikconics San: a in our school has taught us that loyal- jty is the belt basis of appeal. Stu- dents recognize all of the organiza- tions as containing some merit. The one that is the best is surely a per Published every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. When woman's suffrage beion.ta versal When every thing is held in clinch of roheai-jul UK Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. sonal opinion. The question comes to each student Where shall 1 draw the When man's gieat unl;s b conn. ml Una?" Thut is usually determined bv of Haws Then Santa Claus will become h.iiu. " " the amount of loyalty the student hub $1.00 per year for his school. Subscription Price '$&& STAFF C. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Osce Maedgcn Uuth McCauley Carrie Camp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

. Thursday December 1(5 Iflf5 THE PRISM Page Five 'I f J w $ . -( i .7 Don't furjji'l mi' wlii'ii on iti'i- mak- ing your vlition-. for ChrMinas. Vou will luryc line of fill .li'wclrv boauti- at im More T. S. EUPER Jeweler QUALITY ami I'UICE AKK ALWAYS KKUIT I V ll HARLKY SMITH To give a full account of Mr. Smith rciiuiro too much space. Uut ability to till that oflice. A CHRISTMAS WORD. A- wt I ii' ESTABLISHINGTHE PRISM (By Walter U. Higginbotham.) When the work o" promoting n weekly publication in Howard Payne was begun last September there wa.s a great deal of uncertainty and even fear among some as to the success of such a paper. This feeling of appre- hension came from business men from students and faculty and finally from all sides. In fact encouragement for promoting such an enterprise was in- deed very scarce. However there was a lot of determination on the part of the few students who undertook the task and the success of the paper thus far is due in a large measure to the...

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