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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 October 1923

4 13j$ titttffi it Published Weekly by llio Student oJ Abilene Christian College. i Entered as Second Qui Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. 1 Oltlce Administration Building Boom 0 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money- Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas IntcrWlcgiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPErtT B. WATSON Business Manager PROMISES. Abilene Christian College students havo again met a crisis and have come through admirably. The subscription of more than $3000 in chapel on Saturday was one more nick on the gun of the A. C. C. stu- dent who always shoots straight when a good cause must bo protected However we have crossed the bay and the ocean lies before us. Subscriptions are promises of honor. And ho who does not make his word good is dishonest. When the A Club calls for the money which was promised Saturday The Optimist hopes that not a single student will fail to mako his word good o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 October 1923

V ur - ; Tv Ik'. i. L- ' -I V- Y ! !- tc . : v a '? - ?- J9ti BmmHjUK jnMMd JffifflfcBffiLISiHfcsiMiBr... !BWbWBW FOR SATURDAY EVE I . omb I. Harding. 1. Practical Lessons from tho life of llcnjamln Franklin. Earl Smith. 2. Musical Selection. Ethci Stroup 3. Declamation. Kleber Vinson. 4. My First Datc-Odls Medlln. 5. Readings Gladys Johnson. 6. Politeness. Chester Callan. A. G. G. Six Years Alio HISTORY. ' ; Ten Years Ago. ''D. L. Petty who was killed In France was editing the first volume of Tlio Op CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY NOW OPERATING FOR EMPLOYMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS A Lump For Ills Cocoa One of the real problems of Abilene tlmist then a small monthly paper but Christian College- is how to take care of . ! ' containing many article of value. bay. and girls who wish to come but who P. self-importance increased when he 0. E. Phillips then of Winter. was a do not have the money to pay their ex- ot " the police force. Being detailed visitor here preaching two sermons. Pen.es. Brother...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 October 1923

ifl B I f2 Trouser I Suits for Young Men Talk about values! Our special i- j zntion in two-trouscr suits has brought to our customers values I I that haven't been approached in a long time. That extra pair of trousers really gives you two suits for the price of one k Atnplo variety in style fabric and pattern at value giving ta prices. 1 I I fi K? AHUiu'i rtnrlf S S ! QUAUTY-MVAWe -sEnves I K $ Wnylnnd Baptist Col- lege 3rd Wildcnt Victim (Continued from pa go one.) ing tbo ball to his Lacks accurately throughout the game not a miss-pass be- HAS EDUCATION FAILED? By Walter W. Sikes. Qcnnany was before the World War tlio most thoroughly schooled nation In the world. Does her collapse mean that cdu- Ing chalked against him In spite of the cation is a curse rather than as We have slippery condition of the ball. Ho block- supposed it to be a blessing? ed tho opposing man out of the play time after time always being nblo to open a good-sized hole through which some one might march until ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1923

i f rK DEDICATED TO CHRIS- '' T1AN EDUCATION -A y ..I.. i. THROUGH A GREATER 2t'C.c...v ' '' . i" ."" V A1 . Vol XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1923. Number 6 ENROLLMENT INGREASES IN BSBHBSR-TRSBSBfc ouuuiHi COUNTY 15 FIRST -------- --. tertalnlng program ever presented by the which students In the A. C. C. school of "" -.nnm t nniin nnniniu Model Training School of Abilene Chris- FJno Arts are to be presented in musical fllAnp CPDINHQ PI PVFN Carrying out the aim of student organ- David Lipscomb College of Nashville MISCtLLANfcOUS rKlHlKAM tian College will bo seen In the college performances of different sorts will bo VTMVil tfriUmitf EMJVJjU aoM n Abcno chrIgtIan College 0 Tcnn. where several local faculty mem- PMTCDTIMC TsDAUATirC auditorium on Tuesday evening when a held at the college nuditoriura next Sat- TA DJ A V M'MURRY HERE extend the influence of the college by mak- bers attended school when she was known JElUIllUAIPId IJlYAlnA 1 ltd program featuring ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1923

'tfjfcSM Published Weekly ly Hie Student Abilene Chrlcttan College. Rood and Haying on tide. Bad conse- quences come from getting ofT-tldo. So t ciety adjusts IticH to be able to throw oil tho waste that accumulate in lt yetem. 0( Hence omo people are banished from re- spectable society. Dut there has been no case under B. and B.s observation where- Entered as Second Class Matter August n any person has been so severely off' 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. iJe that such a consequence should come Office Administration Building Room 6 !lm. .. ' vv .. v . n But there are consequences for every- Subscription Per Year-- fl.50 T)e funkpr mec 10 Address all correspondence and make all rjcan The flirt gets some privilege taken Money Orders Payable to THE t0 Senior gets kidded about his spelling OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. ju because he is a Senior The fellow Membe of Texas Intercollegiate Press who sits In his room Instead of mixing Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1923

w i K. & S w is" ia i imMin ili r I. CLUB NOTES . C. Joan Dlark and Eva Stephen! enletliin ctl tli'o H E. C.'s wth a "slumberfc-s' parly Saturday night. T hlrthdav and it was crlcbral Dcllcloui sandwiches vri hot chocolate. Those enjoying the girls were: Luetic- Kcr frcd Smith Birdie Sho kiison Cleo Manley J Lakey and Ethel Martjh. his was Evan rd In thlswMrr fo terTMrwilh itwMtty U fhevlllt. AV fkley m ohnny the Innl le Ad- Short Edrle College Opinion (Continued from page two.) ened. The student's time Is broken Into and after leaving his academic classes and drilling for an hour ho leaves tho drill field more tired both mentally and physically. This condition Is a direct breach of health regulations and of course these circum- stances ore very wholesome under which tho secondary school student must work are they not? Interferes With Work. Too tho secondary school is the placo where college candidates are prepared. Many educational authorities have made very extensive studies a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1923

'i'MMM Men 9s Quality Sweaters MADE BY BRADLEY There is a Brndlcy Sweater suited to every outdoor activity. Knitted Coats nnd Pullovers for outdoor men for work or sports. Sturdy ones for warmth und service; stylish ones for smart wear with beauty health and comfort expressed in every one. These garments nre designed to express the individuality of the wearer. They come in a wide range of beautiful colorings and at prices to suit every purse. Our fall stock of netBrndlcy Sweaters is larger and finer than wc have ever heretofore shown. Models developed in the most wanted plain colors and beautiful color combinations. Prices for BRADLEY SWEATERS $7.50 $8.75 $10 $11 $12.50 l AkiUma'm Fmnritt i -""-. - -. . Mtinw A POSTSCRIPT QUAUTY- fff)7mr(mTs What is real PEP? We mo It men- tioned oTlcn in the columns of the Optim- ist; wo hear it tpoken of dozens of times yet If we were asked to give n definition of the word wo would possibly have ri job on our hands. Mr. Webster himself Is silent o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1923

-SWn SflWr.flHnnrMtaiitJ.B i'MVmytm Wl" MMIMWW)1W1II J-.j4jyiM jjjt. ri'iM -'! -uiEMiiHMiiiiKiu:iit4iviMassrtnrr " ; iS3art-.iA'sjsu:ts;-.'i2r.i-wfcir - hjtf-L' ht;nE)r.M-j.n .'.- i ucumiicu iu uuiua- TlAN EDUCATION THROUGH UGREiTER $ A. C L. - -i LwwwmmmZiM4P& j-iffiiL. ' am Afa ?jF If mmL WLKffWh. mi I itllii I Z- i? kwv aw mi K cnJln4r am km tp am i m l . .- . S BmaW. p mK m). smi. !.. vh Amt ma mi aW mi aW am am ami ami 1 i . ; . ... vujue Vol. XI. - " ' " ' ' aalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM. I. II .... ii - -- I. -J I Hill .Mil III IIIBWII.III1 I aaaaaaaaaaan I I ! HI I llll ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1923 Number 7 WILDCATS TOPPLE BULLDOGS' GREAT RECORD OHIO STUDENT UNDERGOES A SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Importance of Phy- sical Education is Stressed by Alumnus LAST SUMMER GRADUATE STRICKEN WITH TYPHOID FIRST OF MONTHLY PURPLE AND WHITE MEN ARK RECITALS IS GIVEN OUTPLAY AND OUTHGHT WmmWOtBuNPrl J&mmmmmr i LmmmmmmK ' 'mmmmmmmr It hag been learned here that Alonzo TB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1923

. ' ' .... 11111. I . . ...- '"" m it . i When asked why thisTs truejsho would riiughcr .the longer ho stays shy of lncon .woirL - i .Jk. . i J . lm. ..... t ...l.n. tRt.'9-.'...Iit -J. . t l-t-tiJ1 i 1 Jfc rrAF Ml ltl llcltfltmi ffcil Inidv become such." if she should tell the They make him think.' They rnakeVKTm ) II II r V UltUMWS' ? . . . .. . 'i . Ii Wt 1 : i' WTTT JL TT truth. . act Jheymako mm sutler liut they aro I m 11 nUlM 1IULIW 1U I1V HVIIl! V'VII .. -... . .f v - w - Ili'ff Published Weekly by llie Student Abilene Christian College. Entered a Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Kootn b Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correap6ndnce and make all 'deriding another student To cure this malady that la 'beginning "Keep the Rood work going I" to break in ugly sore on the surface of the social life of the community B & D suggests that someone "pour It on" every one who is guilty of the things herein enumerat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1923

mmmmMHtSSSasaSOSSSSSSSSSBSB I . I I II I I I I I M -L t''i I ! I Mf it ' - 1?& J tv I. ."(' k .. V V$i i . 'I . w s( w MXB5f W V.f t J - ?. POSTSCRIPT F I SOWING THE SEED f.-. i fit v ft ("JUnd la& ind. NiJak WWnlf ";.. n v ju f.. .u.. all; these glrU are just uUd about you?" O. K. "I'll My they ate1. They are o wild I can't get within a hundred yards of (them." Pjf ;' WANTED-INVESTORSi This oppor- tunity to get rich quick it ofleted to only a" chosen few who can bo relied upon to take advantage of a good financial prop osltion. We are going to Hart a fur-farm near the campua. We will havo two acre fenced In for the cat farm. (Two thousand torn cats have been ordered and are now on the way) And just adjoining another Inclosed two acre for a rat farm. Wo will feed the rats to tho cats kill the cats sell their fur to tho furriers of Ablleno then we will feed the carcasses of the cats to the rats. That will make a self-sustaining proposition with no expense. Under tills economi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1923

PunjA'ai Miimii xumwtinX'awniiK'K.! J Lovely Sijlk Hose MODESTLY PRICED : SILK HOSE $2.50 Full Fashioned Pure Silk lisle tops heels and toes; shown in nil the : sizes o 10 iu per pair..... .1 i . 5se tnrcacrsiiK ii's latest shades; $2.50 ing Bird yTuro Tlircad Silk Hose iced heels every wanted match the new fall shoes; at only. . ....$1.50 linn cole SILK HOSE $1.50 Hums lisle tops heels and toe shade including all the sizes 0 to 10V1. An extra vhluc SILK HOSE $1.19 PurdThitad Silk Hose lisle tops and feet; specially priced ...... .....y .. $1.19 CHIFFON SILK HOSE Colors include black seal camel polo and grey; very sheer $2.50 and $3.50 AUlmM rafrtM I "-" . .-.7 - .- OMWff rff i quAUTY-M valub 'Senvce hold onto if like"' it us glucd'vtn him he's bringing blue ruin on every decent part of hi.? nature. It he takes no account of It throws it around borrows spends' without any regard' to its value or where It conies from jbr how it's come by he's not quite as bad as the miser maybe but K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1923

fHLtto-btt41!l' frvlsjvfjw V ri& j&IKJ .W juti r - 3P .i bEDIGmD' WXUM- ''. THROUGH A GRE'ATEt rlAmnvmrmfj! v j';3cjpj". Vf " ffif Y LiW rvi ai ADILENE (JHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMDEIl 0 1923 Number 8 1 . . -k . rw r.BriB - - - j .a BaaBaBaBaBaBaVV . i m .aw r:it .i v-j 1 1 MJm k W Mm m mhKkf M-jM M'4 m.. . i. i - .awri jh. .. ibf ah u ! tr! -; r saw awsawaw vfM..wM i.t aw bi w as saw war awr -awn awi tihai ike.; . s"jmh i mr llirftjiArar' 1 IB HI . awawtw SBW '; HI aWBaWaWMi. " aaW.I aWM '1 BWaV HI aW Hi Hi BH HI IBWaM.-SMSIK i'M-'JV KV MMr : . '?xj mstmw rHrilElllli.7MKF-l: i.-fTif( i Pi sr i ' f gaVsaVTfl 9 Oft CT in BT u ST K ...- S H vMi xi. MF x PR0GSAM GIVEN WILDCATS RETURN TO WOMAN'S RIGHTS Alto! 1eXTE!WVE SCHEDULE B BY THE ItMPLE SINGERS . GRID FOR WORKOUTS IN JOiNTJROGRAirME f ARRANGED FOR DEBATERS rimmmxmhXL JMumrswHrm DBaianUHASERKW AGAMSTWOCATS FIRST LYCEUM ATTRACTION Tho mud and water on Wildcat Field DOTH SIDES OF QUESTION ARE l MANAGER ADAMS HAS OBTAIN R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1923

- JtrilrJrt-J- - fe-MMVlMt . 5J v v itr i ha proof for that. Yc he know now tin of Martin. She was a student here that he (old the truth even If he Ilcl not two years one summer and tho spring know It when he wrote that much maligned term of Imt yean The last'scsslon found wecome A.C.C. mftofrs entitle. Sura he know it now for havo her sister I.ora hero with her aunt. there not been a down lassies who have Just before the close of school last Portrait Enlarging Kodak Finishing- Published Weekly for AM Studenfr o hm (of wrlng ? T)at Sprng Ere flmj and M E1MUclh Abilene Christian College. Droves that someone was hit. Even some wero stunned when a message suddenly Entered as Second Class Matter August admitted their guilt which was a very un- was given them announcing the death of J..1912 at Post Office Abilene Texa. usual occuranco for one of their sex which the girls' father. Ho was partly deaf and i ea(s B. & D. to believe that there are was run down by a street car in waco. . O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1923

.Uwdwfcli. .... -n sfr..-r.. MS $. uu... I I I I II COLLEGE OPINION m -- -t. i tf r- fV. Wi. r: '' y. f :'Av p:f '- j a- str. I . ' m v 3Actj See lj. lAYflt Jtnrl flWlftltnmrt llfttfA lunnmi nm. i" uvvu"" iuiu oust and. Infamous for various tilings lynching! Impeachments gunfights and vjhat not and now famuli comlrig ffotn'f 'another angle the laws arid rules IhaPafe pasted In the two states. AtnonMrfheseyft rules the regulations at Texaf 'and DkTa' hotna unlvctsltlcs against student-owned automobiles have created no little editorial . comment In northern and eastern papers. IjSjTexas Democracy" jias been one of the most prized things of the state and school -4-but now comes a Wisconsin college cdl T" 'tojitwho assails the regulations here as' "Texas False Democracy" On the sub- ject of Texas democracy and student-own-eiKautomoblles the editor says in part: "he possession of automqljUes by !:. s has been placed under' tho official bam at tne universities pi Oklahoma and Texas presum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1923

r -Jiave i rbr? vsm -o ) ! 4 J5s aicf Purses to Complete the Costume A limited quantity of Beaded Bags in colors of rech. blue bronze green and lilackj A epcclal purcljase cnablesnus to offer them at ff...... $2.98 Beaded Bagsvin novelty shapes and colorings in many bedutiful designs ............ ......i ....................; $0.50 Other Beaded Bags in various colors and shapes; prices ranging up to . :f $16.50 Novelty shaped leather Bags in colors of Tan Brown Grey nnd Black at '. $3.50 $4.50 $5.00 and $6.50 Genuine Hand Tooled and Hand Laced Leather Bags made of imported skins and very artistic designs The prices are T $12.50 $15.00 and $20.00 J? AiUif'l Wtrftt jj janwoea '& quaUty-M VAtue -sEitwte PHILO-PHILA DELEGATES FOR CONVENTION NAMED The M. Zellncr Literary Society local members of the Phllo-I'hlla Federation of lllcrary societies chose the memberi to represent it as delegates to the annual Federation convention to bo held at Sim- mons College this city at a meeting hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1923

in imIihh' TUf - DEDICATED TO CHRIS. TUN EDUCATION ' i. . THROUGH A GREATER '" ' 'a!c.c." . ff C-v ' " i4 VOI. AI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1923. Number 9 l "'"My . -. .. wlWJWWfcf1MA lV 43 mjm Irfrflft. - H H JKf H M .HnKj H " k' PJF LB II II I 1LI ' r 4 WAYLAND HOLDS A. C. C. TO ONE MARKER SIMMONS COLLEGE SCENE JJtESIDENTSEWELL SPEAKS MONTHLY FINANCIAL "IeCOND HARD GAME OF (iElNGSFROMMRS.G.A. VISITORS POTUP STIFF OF CONVENTIONS OF TWO ON PURPOSE OF ALL LAWS REPORT PRESENTED WEEK COMES TOMORROW KLINGMAN SENT TO ABIL'NE FIGHT BUT CHRISTIANS LIIIjKAKI IXUfcKAlllUNlJ ERISOPHIAN - OPHELIAN AND PHILO-PIIILA FEDERA- TIONS MEET. MEET AT T. S.. C. C. IN 1924 With Two Days' Procram Filled Events Which Arc Enjoyed By All Delegates. "-""" " The conventions of tho Philo-Phlla and tno r.risopnian-Uphellan federations ol Literary Societies of Texas which were held simultaneously at Simmons College on last Friday and Saturday wero decided successes. Tho latter association me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1923

' Z k WXt i iSjftBnsK m mtssm& J M7 k i$tiafy$m$. Published Weekly h? tlis Students ol ' Abilene Christian College. " " r Inrajiiiajfl; the bcit ever heard In Wildcat Pep rally. DRAMATIC CLUB QUARTETTE It Wis worth coming across town to hear. Dut the tame little loyal group of team supporter were present. Most of this bunch of real students were Freshmen. It seems at once disgusting and ridiculous that tho longer somo stud SINGS AT AMERICAN LEGION BANQUET HELD MONDAY EVE Probably tho highest honor an A. C. C. musical organization lias been accorded this year was given the Dramatic Club oVrr?"!""8"'1 ay In school the less spirit they i" Qu"'e. compMfd otKcnnlmer' 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. & fi J Oliver Meyer and Brewer when It was nirs-i aj u .1.. n.u.ii- n. k !. ti ..rnr.Mo..m.n ! rn jt. Invited to be present at the American Office Administration Building Subscription Per Year. Room 6 $1.50 ildrcss all correspondence and make all Money Orders Puyoble to THE OPflMI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1923

ifjfrf " V m 'X i E-j$ WM 1 e 1 rw K" t s a -t-- MS m I - - T i ' SL liJocal Minister to Do Preaching -lf During Meeting Beginning Sunday Brother Frank D. Shepherd minister of the Church of Christ meeting at Abi- lene Christian College will do the preach- ing in a ten days' meeting which will be- gin here next Sunday. He has been with the local congregation since the opening of; the school session. He is known through' out Texas as a forceful preacher of the practical religion of Christ. Born In Eng- "GREETINGS" At the solicitation of our mutual "FRIEND" Brother Jesse P. Sewell who is ever seeking the welfare of both church and school and through the efficient cour tesy of your efficient management I make my debut as editor of a column devoted exclusively to matters of the "Kingdom." The "Purpose" of the writer of these "Greetings'' shall be: 1. To advocate one took The Bible lot all the world and all lime; as containing the -full and -final rev VIofi mmm a. 'ah im i wmmmmm ii.9flV ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1923

Ji 1 THE GREATEST NEED OF . . ".. AHWSCra) SUNDAY "" ' 'gpaBMBMBmMBlBBB r 1 I. "T j i-ii mm The Big Reduction Sale Is Now On Everything at Lowered Prices KT AMnfi rmrlu SjS m r t Skwit tun jr ff xjamooea QUALITY- S vALue-smwcs "COME YE AFTER ME AND WILL MAKE YE FISHERS OF MEN" TEXT. 'sxrwif!!! Wayland Holds A. G. G. to Ono Murker (Continued from Page 1) Brother Shepherd read as his text Sun- day evening a portion of the fourth chap- ter of Matthew llio story of the calling of Simon who is called Peter his brother Andrew and James and John. Ho choio as his themo Christ's call to three fishers "Como yo after me and I will mako you fishers of men" "Clirlst" said Brother Shepherd "not only spoke his purposo in calling the men but he also spoke tho fundamental pur- poso of tho work of tho church to mako "fishers of men." Wo spend a largo por tion of our tlmo seeking to better our sec- ondary needs our waterways our public buildings our political standing and other secular problems and ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 November 1923

T ':' 'Wi'A-'; ' f '..- f XfjifritA:.. S DEDICATED JO CHRIS- Tih EDUCATION itfv !' THROUGH 4A GREATER A.'CiC v 7 ' 4 ol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1923. Number 10 'i. ii mimiitmmivmTMtH-ttmmfsi -ytrw rwtmtiWltmivmiliis ImmtvWM'WM'mr'mt'imr- "" ) luL. ';. 'r'2irns?..i . ' j Jfa 9;jm. mr . . . p tb- kWiNlskl W. .A- . al all jiH ! l A kW A J. A A 2 AM ' k IH M F. B. SHEPHERD HOLDING FALL MEETING OF CHURCH OF CHRIST mmMmimmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm im naiiiaisnaemMSl INTEREST GROWS WITH EACH JOHN TARLETON NEXT SEpr1actjujthR OF WILDCAT ENEMIES The fall meeting of the collego Church of Christ was opened in the college audi' lorium on Sunday morning with Minister F. D. Shepherd doing tha preaching. Each service has filled the chapel and a great meeting is expected. Interest grows with every service. Brother Shepherd is preach !- .1. .. . lit I I "B mo umariusiicu woiu in sucn a way as to bring about real profit to the king- dom of God. The Sunday morning sermon began a...

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