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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1921

ifS ith.iiTirtii " f" m. -fr i .. i i -t . ' . i ' THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered ns Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Hoom 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence nnd make all Money Orders Panble to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter collegiate Press Association. Wenoill II. Hhhciihv Editor-in-Chief Vhu Hay Assistant Editor J. McIlwaim. Dahms Religious Activities Edwin D Mahtin Business Manager Fnrn Hiiown Asst. Business Manager SUPERVISORY EDITORS Ila Duncan.. Jamfs H. Ciiiuinrss Emfrson Siiri'iiAno AnLrnr.F. Mason ... . Waltfh Adams .. . Di n II Hamdo Crack Alfxanmii IttissFLL Martin . .. OfLI.AH PlIILrOTT . ...Religious Activities . . .. Feature Editor Athletics Personals Literary Societies . . .Alumni Reporter .. .W Club Reporter . . .A Club Reporter Senior Editor Marcarf.t IIisiiop Open Programs EDITORIALS. tt'hy Not Clean Up? As we look about the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1921

MftMMAMriMwMMiffiMini' VWw tmmttttmmmmm tMJLH Hi I I' lUjlurtiiiitiifcWWS"""" PMMM I iCJTOraffiMiMJaroarorafflOMffiiaKIM I WIHHBHOTB EaKHaHscirffforecirsn!" Boys? They're All Here IBALL STRAP EFFECTS BROGUES AND SEMI-BROGUES. lniE NEW SQUARE TOE LAST SCOTCH AND NORWEG- IAN GRAINS CORDOVAN AND BEADED CALFS KANGA- ;'tOOS AND KIDSKINS Religious Activities iffiomfflJOTffljnfflracjam BRO. SHEPHERD PREACHES MANY GOOD SERMONS THURSDAY EVENING. To- YOU'LL FIND THE NEW ONES HERE FIRST $7.50 8.S0 9.50 UP TO 12.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY ill "ZL JsnrasQciJtTOflJffl SUITS AND OVERCOATS in so "I rnc rack of Suits that sold for $:)3.00 choice $17.50 m! Suits thnt sold for $45 and $50.00 choice $25.00 '"otter Suits and Overcoats $30.00 Up m MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY JawHMMDfflafflHTOaj yoaHraaHBararoffiroffiffl LET YOUR PHOTOGRAPH PAY YOUR FRIEND A VISIT T. S. HIGGINB0THAM STUDIO 2561;. Pine Up Hall Music Co. Stairway 1521a Chestnut Street JtflKjcraiKJwuiujiafflfln Drollicr Shepherd discussed sin and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1921

.jlii t!TOIlTffll3rf3CTO!flC3nnfM from most arc: (1) philosophies of men and (2) Iiiiiunn leadership The or- ganization of a dciiomination is the chang- ing of the divine to (lie human; it is man's phlloioph) againt God's revelation There arc men in the world who would change aery thing in the law if it did not suit them. Men speculate intead of taking God's word for it I Men take unto themselves the leader ship and absolutely disregard God's wish- ci. What we med today is1 a man who I wdl listen to Goil and have implicit trul When our faith becomes as the nnrccrvlng faith of a child our acts will he accepted liy him. ic we a religious organization? 'I he liilile will condemn us if we help form an) other dcnoininaliins. Martin Luther in Ijiglnml; Calvin in France; J. It. Jnne in Wales; J. 0 Kelly in the Carolnns; Itirlon W. Stone in Kcntuckv ; the Camp hells in Virginia all succeeded because tiny struck at the tap root. They did not seek for a reformation but a restoration Josiuh wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1921

a amimmmftiutir nmumkmriAunntum THE OPTIMIST The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY I0 EMBER 17 1921. Number !) Volume IX us PI A.C.C. CELEBRATES ARMiS- TICE DAY VERY FITTINGLY. ! ZELLNER DELEGATES TO PHILO CONVENTION RETURN SATURDAY EVE WILDCATS TROUNCE TWO DELEGATES FROM MERIDIAN COLLEGE A. C. C. PRESENT AT ELEVEN-SCORE 37-0 DISARMAMENT MEET Ahllcno Christian College bowed her head In sorrow last Friday In memory of ilic men who died for America in the re- cent war. All Abilene celebrated the day with fitting ceremonies which began with a mammoth parade through the principle business streets of the city. The parade was lead by the trucks of the Abilene Fire Department which were followed by n truck bearing the Abilene Christian College Hand which furnished music fur the occasion. Behind the band was a float which was decorated to repre- sent the graves of American soldiers bur- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1921

' t I . . ttMSHlWMiniHWliiJ WlVlw -!- THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Iluildlng Hoom 6 Subscription I'cr Year $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Wkmiell II. Uedichlk Editor-in-Chief Vim Hay Assistant Editor I. McIlwainr IlAnNF.s....Ilcligious Activities Kiiwin D. Martin Business Manager Fnm IiitowN Asst. Dusincss Manager SUPERVISORY EDITORS. In Duncan Religious Activities Iamfs II. Childress Feature Editor Emihon SiimiAnu Athletics Anu-nct: Mason Personals Walti.h Adams Literary Societies Dm: II. Hambo Alumni Reporter Giiace At.EXANDF.it V Club Reporter ItiisstLL Martin A Club Reporter IIili.aii PiiiLrdlT Senior Editor Margaret Bishop Open Programs Issue Reporters Urd Ray I.cwi Jewell McDonald Lewis Smith E.irl Hrown Aulira Hanow-k. Read We EDITOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1921

imimmmiwminMtiMrmmM faiiiiVin wrmniMimnlMU' H aaftncjfflasiajaiffiMBfflK M occasin Sandal RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES MID-WEEK PRAYER MEETING. take hold of matters home congregation. Hrothcr Klingman then closed the meet' ing with a short talk and extended the in vitatinn. and help In their ZELLNER DELEGATES RETURN SATURDAY EVE. FASHION gomctitnes seeks inspiration in far-away fields. HERE'S a combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN with the PARISIAN "SANDALETTE" and of course first shown here. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low fiat licclt $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY iBffi!Bffiroraroa5flsKrOTfflOTa5 fajroffltMRfironMKmwaffiififflrcwfflra SUITS AND OVERCOATS One rack of Suits that sold for $:j7.00 choice $17.60 05 Suits that sold for $15 and $50.00. choice $25.00 'lU'tti-r Suits and Overcoats $30.00 Up MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY 1 tHKBffiawaHKBffiOKK DCKBnjajfcaifCfDfCffiascjoiaKCffimfflOfiJmfflraffifBrDajiDtcromffiffla BasonHCiBiw SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" THIS YEAR WITH A PHOTOGR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1921

lVtf4tMMMfttWM. -wp iliil I Bf DummaTOmm)nroHi)mHHingnm $ KTwV.t McCarty Furniture Co. An Institution "DEDICATED TO BETTER HOMES" You are invited to make our store your headquarters when down town. Home of THE NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPH PHONE 12M8 (fM3t3iM!MIKRHHIDI(!WEW ALUMNI NOTES. Mr. V. C. Smith '20 is teaching mathe- matics in the High School at Sweetwater. Mr. T. 11. Dhcriiluc '20 who is prin- ciple of Gunler Uihle School visited his many friends tinil his Alma Mater last week. While here he made his "chapel speech again" this time it was hotter than it has ever been heforc or at least it seems so. Mr. Karl Smith '21 is principle of a small Christian academy in Georgia and reports that the prospects for Christian education in that section of the countr) are excellent. Mr. Dclma Maury '21 is teaching mathematics and coaching athletics in Western Oklahoma Christian College at Cordell Oklahoma. Mr. Hoy A. Johnson '21 is in the em- ploment of the Y. M. C. A. in Chicago. He has been si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1921

'i Ln jiinaiffiiMB THE OPTIMI The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1921. Number 10 CLARENDON COLLEGE WINS FROM WILDCATS IN HARD FOUGHT GAME FOOTBALL TEAM GIVEN GREAT RECEPTION BY STUDENTS ON RETURN PRESIDENT SEWELL LEAVES FOR CON- FERENCE IN CAPITOL KITTENS TAKE GAME FROM MERKEL HIGH SCHOOL ON FRIDAY '' 'U'ias ST will war 'I ten tl TRICK PLAY IN SECOND PERIOD IS DECIDING FACTOR OF THE GAME. Well the Wildcats went up to Claren- don College last Friday and lost a game but in defeat tlicy showered themselves with honor. A detailed report of the name which follows shows the great driving power which the A. C. C. backs displayed. Only once were they downed for a loss and not once did they fumble. Almost all of the name was plaved in Clarendon's territory. On one occasion the Methodists carried the ball to the Wildcat fifteen yard line only to lose it. It was late...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1921

. ifTnlnimniiinMiflrjitfiTMB...u .-rais... ... Jbtit-c"-1 aa.Lf AmWitt.i fi t - r n -i - ---' ' ' ' rlmmf- -ff ihhiiiihH- t THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. r.ntcnd as Second Class Mnttcr at Post Office Abilene 'lexas. ' most sublime deed of heroism may bo your tfl t.. it... .nrtl nr flint llin itrnlntl .ltd. f.lil 1W HHi I1UIIII i MIUI .III. lil1 OK 1110- covcry of the age may be your contribu- tion to this world's life and success shall crown our efforts. Olfice Administration Building. Itoom fi Subiiption Per Year $l..r0 giving of thanks that arc due Thankighing Day. Thanksgiving Day is pet apart for the Such a glorious privilege we have if vto only take Ad.lrc all correspondence and make nil (f m(y ()Tcr our twnkj 0PIIMIS1 Abilene lexas. so mvc on om calcn(Jar Member of Texas Inter collegiate Press a day jet apart for the purpose of giving Association. Wimiiii. II. Iliniciiik IMitor in Chief Vm H) Aitant IMilor I. Mcll.uviM IImims Relig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1921

isuctfkHiJflaKiKiciMaffl ft 5 twmwsmmmmmRmwftmvmMXMEMERmi x Aa ipshzm- 'jj V7 iS5fa;-; 32s!J5gW5 Religious Activities TJfHKJTWV 1 MfflBflKISMIilfflHKlQ Moccasin Sandals FASHION sometime seeks inspiration in fnr-away fields. HERE'S n combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN will the PARISIAN "SAMALETTE" and of course fiist shown heie. Patent leather brass buckles vvelt soles Ion flat heels. $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY ja5D30iinf3(oarx3fjtwoPon(90(ir)f3nfis'ifwinoufinw.Torn3(TOnQDt(!a!Qf5Ci LETTER RECEIVED FROM MISSIONARIES V ft polnljPfa- i were Stverj I lt fij! " Uiiiycrwt olicglffl playedjfr on n WTV I - iilnrkvilM " I fM?L" nofjoratoi i!ir s jnwonnf t mom Jtinni.icw'jncinajjQf OTHCJurararaflcsnocjrJOfwJi 3 auua mw uyeiuamid uWX)a!l)UU!3l3ftC!.!OUt)UCKi!ODCirxKKJUCOWi:;ii3UC!il!CiC)i;j(;i)ai3C!tif.Kl lie rack ol Suits that sold tor $:i..()l) choice $17.00 "i Suits that sold for $1.") and ijU.OO. choice $25.00 etter Suits ami Overcoats $30.00 Up MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY Wilclca ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1921

MMMHMMMM I froij Kiilrfj t Mini' You in' c1 J ) ' iti t 'i K ye ranstmiKMCEDaffiifflErrarcGr Correct Winter Headware for Men Our Hat Department is ready with the newest styles and great- est values we have shown in years. Made exclusively for us this high-grade headucar hrings to the customers of the 312 J. C. I'cnncy Co. stores the hest quality and style at the lowest possihlc cost. THE MARATHON HAT made especially for us is made of genuine fur felt and a dandy. It conies in all the popular shapes and colors and retails at $2.98 $3.49 $4.50 VELOUR HATS FOR MEN Fine lustrous nappy clour full satin lined with silk hands and sweat leathers. Remarkable values at . .$3911 $1.98 decided that tho Harding Literary So. cicty would do nil in lts power to make the Inter-Society football game a success. The Society submitted the question mentioned above which was chosen for tho Inter-Society debate. After business matter had been disposed of several Impromptu talks were given by different memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1921

-Ik. WMlMiiJnililWiiPftliftm THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1021. Number 11 PAST FOOTBALL SHOWS TEAM HAS WON BUT TWO GAMES AGANIST FIVE DEFEATS BUT NEW TEAM SHOWS GREAT DEVELOPMENT- ONLY TWO MEN WILL BE LOST TO TEAM. The Abilene Christian College Wild- cats finished tlic season on Thanksgiving Day with a defeat at the hands of the heav) eleven of Daniel Baker College in a game which a pl.i -d at Ilrownwood. The Christians were sm pri-nl li the strength of the Hill Billies. From all re- ports the general opinion was that the game would lie a hard fought one. How- cut after having to tope with question- nlile officiating and heing outwcigheel thirt) pounds to the man not to speak of the superior experience of the Hill Millie the Wildcats emerged from the game with fifl five points scored against them while lhc were mialilc to puh over a marke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1921

.. -.' - -li r .ui.11 tan i-m.iiim ri if V - -A i 1 4. t-'rh 4 THE OPTIMIST 1'uhllshcd Weekly by llie Students ol Aliilcnc Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Oflice Abilene Texas. Office Administration Hullding Itooni ( Suliscription Her Year ... ...$1.50 Address all correspondence and mako all Money Orders lalilc to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. their Bchool or to their fellow students. He loyal! Wore Poor English Well Sophomores you might as woll listen to jour English as the Seniors. This is what wc heard tlio other dayi "Me and my old lady bought us a cake the other day and wc set right down and et every bite of it before we mocd." Member of Texas Inter tollcgiatc Press Association. Wkmihi II. Dkdiciikk Editor-in Chief Vm HY Assistant Editor J. McIlvvaim: Hvhms Religious Activities Edwin I) Maiitin ltusincs Manager Fnni Ilium N Asst. Ilusiness Manager SUPERVISORY EDITORS. Il Duncan. jAMt II. CltlLlmtSS Emiiison SmritARt) Aiilhm.i: Mason Wai.tih Ant ms . Di f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1921

fM4itfMIMttfl&MlaitttfMMMl jQafl)omiJiciaiii;5iffiQaiajffiifflffiaKDafljaixi r wmai sqkbd! llr V teijj I AV u uii tel Ka bb pui M Sandals occasin oan FASHION sometimes seeks inspiration in far-away fields. HERE'S n combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN with the PARISIAN "SANDALETTE" and of course first shown here. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low fiat liccU lltttorf or Crookti Tuit $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY atnfflMtBnnrafflimDaMM fflUvflVMCMBrgaron SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" THIS YEAR WITH A PHOTOGRAPH T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM STUDIO 256y2 Pine Up Hall Music Co. Stairway 1521a Chestnut Street ifofflfflmfflGjaaM MBWCWRDCJorocKBcrofflcitaorffi e 8 FRANKLIN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING AM) HEATING CONTRACTORS HIGH GRADE BATHROOM WARE g Headquarters for Pipe Fittings Sewer Pipe Etc. fi 720 North 5th St. Phone No. 5 1 HB53fllflUMHIHffln(Dmra MKBcypcwJQraincttJ t How Were X'Rays Discovered? SIR James Mackenzie Davidson visited Professor Roentgen to find out how he discovered the X-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1921

''.."' ..1'- ' ' ' . i. . . i'; ('J. . i -v iraranMmfflaHsn?nH2G ouiwtBmwmmwwflmwffliiHMuiwimQHnnnDti I Br- rfhfl Men's Good Socks LOWER PRICED Lery mnn likes to liae a varied supply of socks especially in Silks. Some like a tun of bright warm colors others fall back on n tinigc of mote sombre tjuiler shades. Your kind is here. And there's one thing you'll appreciate about them. They're built for wear as well a good looks and will be with you yet after many wash days. Prices range 12ic to SI. 25 quality-M VALuesanvce 9 'ijrnirjTiiOTJnrrocHifflJorcffifm wrocsscM K JOfw w if if tn tor n x mc mwwu st u Kjrsoonr jf if sif f mnnrinr if jfjfsror it it it it 'it McCarty Furniture Co. An Institution "DEDICATED TO BETTER HOMES" You are invited to make our store your headquarters when down town. Homo of THE NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPH THE COUMBIA GRAFONOLA RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES (Continued from page lime)) parts to the program. Ernest Witt acted as moderator for the meeting and opened tlic meeting wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1921

LL I 1 111 Hi HlllltllMMTMWUlimaOfclM THE OPTIMI The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DIXEMHER 15 1921. Number 12 DISARMAMENT COUNCIL OPENS CONTEST FOR ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS "CHRISTMAS" ST The Optimist is in receipt of a letter fimii The National Council for the Limi- tation of Armaments i32 17th SlreiA Nnrihwcl Washington I). C which in- cites students of Ahilene Christian Col- lege In compete in a n.ition-wiilc contest among college students in writing editorials on the subject "What Will Constitute Success at the Washington Conference-." 'I he contest is open to all undergrad- uates. The editorials must he puhlished in a icgular edition of the college paptr h Dnemher the 1.1th. Urangciucnts li.no hecn made with the faculty committee on Student Puhlica- lions to judgo the editorials written by students of A. C. C. upon the above sub- ject. I he prize for the best edito...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1921

f THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by tlic Students ol Abilene Christian CoIIcrc. Entered ns Second Class Matter nt Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration lluilding Itoum 6 Subscription Per Year . $1.50 Aildrcs all correspondence and nuke all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Mendicr of Texas Inter loIIcrKiIc Press Association. COLLEGE CALCNDAIt. Hclipioit ? Aclh itics. 'Ibursday 4:00 p. m. Meeting Student Preachers of Wimiiii II. Hum in k Editor-in-Chief Vi it Kn Assistant Editor J. McIiumm. HutMs Iteligious Activities Edwin I). Mwitin Hinmcss Manager I'm ii Ilimw st. llusincss Manager SUIMIItVISOKY EDITORS. Ii. I)i ncan Hcligious Activities Iamis II. Cmumrss Feature Editor I'.mih-on SiirntARD Athletics Ann nr.i: Mason Personals VI Mint Adams Literary Societies On II. Hamiio Alumni Reporter Giimf. Alkxamifii W Club Reporter Hissiil Mahtin A Club Reporter IIitt.Aii PiiiLroTT Senior Editor Mahrmii.t Hisiiop Open Programs SMILE! SAY "HELLO!" I et us make the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1921

Jk AiatOaMiMMU 4 j (QmaMamassa?nffiSHQaffl55Qffi(aai!QmQaffi TOnmsgmmMmaiancffln Ivl Sandals Religious Activities i ucsffinmafflraraKBi occasin oan FASHION sometime seeks inspiration in fnr-nwny fields. HERE'S a combination of the picturesque INDIAN MOC- CASIN uilh tlie PAIHSIAN "SANDALETTE" and of course first shown Iicrc. Patent leather brass buckles welt soles low (lat hccU $8.50 YAGER SHOE COMPANY csrasjjnmmffiiBoaiijTCfflnran5(MHBfira OTafffiflSfflwoaiSHBorc! rarcfflTOiira IAV "M17RRV fHRKTMA'' THIQ VFAR um ii.ii.tHi vii.iium.nu una ."nil WITH A PHOTOGRAPH T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM STUDIO 256io Pine Up Hall Music Co. Stairway 152io Chestnut Street tuKscmiraajaifflaHHn Dffl0iQCBC!rOTrorooa!r3on(8oocK8ffln)s)firoc!K8fl)ami!fl?aa 3CSfflGfflCDQri)n FRANKLIN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS HIGH GRADE BATHROOM WARE Headquarters for Pipo Fittings Sewer Pipe Etc. 728 North 5lK St. Phone No. 5 rfflaiggpffiaiiofflCiaffluaBatosiagfflgffigaajKDcagiiaBgin; DnKSCeKKKMCKBCmSC SERVICE C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1921

1 . Ml tMrajMimiffifflJiiJiTBrcrafiiraM i i '5 I f Si Everything for a Merry Christmas We Imvc llie answers to ninny Christmas problems. Tlicy represent nrict of selection nntl embrace n good assortment of ATTRACTIVE GIFTS - PRICED TEMPTINGLY United States Leads Way to Disarmament jj (Continued from page one). SUGGESTIONS FOR IIER- silk hosilhy -dainty heads -hath hohks -handkerchiefs -ci:nti:iumeces -neckweak -GLO ES -CVMISOLES -PETTICOATS -IINI)1JGS -ULOUSES SLIPPERS SUGGESTIONS FOR HIM -HANDKERCHIEFS -NECKWEUl hatii itoin:s -HOUSE SLIPPERS -DRESS SHIRTS -DRESS CLOVES -GARTERS -HELTS El.OUH HATS -0 EUCOATS -LEV1TIER VESTS LIGGWJE -HOSIERY An appropriate Gift ma) be selected licre at reasonable cost. W?A it If If'UMKMIll "i r vMllUMuJP-S")iB7 ATMry - ! ms hh aun - -- ( hi ajBjwmm.m us - "j mMn 312 PS. J Incorporated DEPARTMENT STORES cof3C8fflC3onnfi!Ciri)(xwfW(n(!)OOiia!fj)nif1ini!)tDriCOTfjf.oann(3on(.iii!t)jran('.c uioatuciOoiBaaiQCiaaR H to America to allow him tn be in elo- qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 December 1921

.V.f ' . " THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 1921. Number 13 . V ' . - ' Students Athletic Association Organized in A. C.C.Friday Eve What is thought by nil students to be the greatest move in the interest of Abi- lene Christian College athletics ever token was taken last Friday etening when the Athletic Association of A. C. C. was or- ganized at a meeting of nil men interested in the athletics of the institution. G. C. Morlan Faculty Supervisor of Athletics presided over the meeting and made a short talk to the assembly. He urged the support of the student body and that of those present in particular. Plans were laid for the spreading of propaganda among the students in such a way as to arouse a renewed interest in clean Chris- tian College athletics. At the meeting Carl Etter 22 star tackle on this season's grid team wns elected as Presiden...

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