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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1920

THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der fif alswhcnevei Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 18 1920 Number 1S ( St. Patrick Luncheon Honoring Optimist Staff On tlio evening of March 17 at eight thirty the Optimist Staff with friends were invited to the home of Miss Hazel Walking to a St. Patrick luncheon. At the appoint- ed hour the guests began to arrive. Upon entering the pretty home wc found it beau- tifully and artistically decorated suitable to the occasion with shamrocks and the mellow light shining softly through the green shades presented a very alluring scene. Two of our party Miss Olympia Klingman and Mr. Herbert Sikes still hadn't arrived and we were sitting talk- ing and waiting when the phone rang it was they wanting to know how to find the place as they were lost so after a while they reached their destination ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1920

J5he OPTIMIST what should the pcoplo of Lockerbie Street do but look from the window of their homes ono day to seo James Whit- Published Weekly by tho Students of comb Riley cantering gaily down the street Abilcno Christian College. Office Administration Building Room .6. Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and mako nil Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST nt Abilene Texas. J. Vincent Sikcs Editor-in-Chief Gladys Arlcdge Asst. Editor Thornton Arlcdge Bus. Manager J. Warren Jackson....Asst. Bus. Mgr. Herbert Sikcs Joke Editor EDITORIAL. With the second term at a close and the term examinations on hand Tho Staff de- cided it would be best to omit last week's Issue of the Optimist and spend the time in "cramming" for examinations. All exam- inations now are successfully over with and the Staff is back on duty this week trying to .make this term's Optimist the best of the year. Examinations are over once more. Hur- rah! and everybody celebrated by going to the plctuc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1920

PERSONALS Dro. Baxter preached at Dunn Sunday. Earnest Lagow's mother has been vis- iting him. Mrs. Jones visited her daughter Ruth last week. Vco and Willie White have been visiting home folks. Delsle Chapmond spent tho week-end at her home. Mrs. Myatt has been visiting her daugh- ter Annie Vie. We are sorry Nova Hasting will not be with us this term. William Sedberry has a badly sprained ankle. Mrs Lift Sanders of Lockney visited her son Eldon last week. Dro. Hoy Lanier preached at Plainvlcw Sunday. some new clothes as he is getting so fleshy. Dro. Sewell preached at the Beaumont Avenue Church of Nashville Tenn. Sun- day at eleven and at Lebanon Sunday evening. Mr. McCasland went home last Saturday with the intention of staying over Sunday but he decided ho could not miss tho so- cial hour so he came back Sunday morning. Fcninlo Fashion A llttlo tulle A yard of Bilk A lot of (iKIn ns whlto .is milk. Is It wished on? How durcH sho brcatho? A llttlo couch Good ovenlng Evo." Solectod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1920

V liiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi New Spring Suits From New York's best stylo shops. Tho prettiest styles and newest materials. Just opened for your inspection. Prices S35.00 $40.00 up to $115.00 New Gage Hats Hats of known style merit and ex- clusive models. Let your new hat bo a "Gage." $7.50 up to $35.00 M IF 1 VI TO W -4 iilllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli) niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Have You Ever Thought 5 how much it means from a purely busi- E E ness standpoint to have a strong banking E connection? E 1 The Citizens National Bank I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200000.00 1 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" ftllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1920

mS!mBfnEuESXS!tSZEE THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on mtn's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der ftalswhenevet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 25 1920 Number 16 iHMmwtaftjmMMjUi'iMimiMaHMeil Wild Cats Make Good Showing In the First Game Coach McCasland U well pleased with the allowing his men made in their initial game of the season which was played with Simmons College on their diamond last Friday. In spite of the fact that thero are only three of last year's letter men bark on the job the team made a credible show ing. With Embree and S. ShcparJ as batteries Watson 0. Jones Moss and M. McCasland in the infield and 0. Jones Ar- ledge and Green in the outfield the team held Simmons to a 7-3 score. Embree our new southpaw held hU opponents to a few scattered hits and made fourteen bite the dust. At one time in tho gamo when the bases were full and no out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1920

15he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 0. Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address nil correspondence and mnko nil Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. J. Vincent Sikcs Editor-in-Chief Gladys Arledgc Asst. Editor Thornton Arledge Bus. Manager J. Warren Jackson....Asst. Bus. Mgr. Herbert Sikcs Joke Editor JIUST FOR FUN WILL U. READEM iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ' iiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIIIIIIIIIllllU Alabama (looking at plcturo of room- mate's father) ''Your dad is an older man than you are. Martin "Yea and my granddad Is still older than he is. ASSOCIATE EDITORS FOR THIS ISSUE. Athletics Paul Witt Fine Arts Essie Rambo Personals Noble Phillips Clubs Ellafrank Wallace Chapel Extracts......!.......... Irene Taylor Special Reporter. Nanabcl Estes o EDITORIALS. Shcp on finding his roommate lazily sleeping yelled old lady the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1920

mmdz uvBB5SS5!S!BSBEBSmwB5SBB IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllltlltllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllUlltllll JJIIIllIlllItlltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllfllllltlllllllMIIIIIIIIIItllttlltlltlllllllllltlllllltllllllllllllllltfllllllll Easier Modes in Suits and Coats J I Of Exceptional Quality and Value Our reputation for tho very best in fabric quality and perfect workmanship is fully sustained this E E season as well as tho wonderful variety of the different new styles wo show for your selection. S E Women who are seeking to bo at their best on tho tho most fashionable Sunday of tho year will find S hero just tho Coat Dress or Suit that will bo most fashionably beautifying to their typo of person- E E nlity. Mannish Tailormades and Costume Suits E There is a feeling of fashionable comfort and freedom about theso tailored Suits of Poirct Twills E E Serges and Tricotincs featuring Eton Jackets Box Coats and longer Coats de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1920

" WH'i'PffcBttSp i'i.m-f t- ..i..r-'. f. ?jb -l ..Tirf'A A..'...ii1ii :yi !' - lh. f t 'i t . - r ' - sRnr iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniJL New Spring Suits E From New York's best style shops. The E prettiest styles and newest materials. E Just opened for your inspection. Prices $35.00 S'10.00 up to $115.00 1 New Gage Hals E Hats of known style merit and ex- E elusive models. Let your new hat be -a "Gage." S7.50 up to $35.00 w ftraidiwnmrcw3Bi W GTjAJ) 1 1DINGS. With Joy let tho message bo spoken all over this suffcrmg land: the back- bone of winter In biokcn and spring gi-nllo spring la M hand. For long uiry months won been nourished on sleet and such bideous stuff; the backbone of winter has flourished but now spring Is cal'n.g Its bluff. Tho briezo has a scent that Is vernal sug- gesting the tulip and rose; the su.i In Its journey dlurnul Is shedding Bonn lieat as It goes Die robin reliable to- ll in of spr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1920

a wiiiu w aamiui i ijmiiiHtyu'tM if gw ' ! y j iMXSy2Vi!! H u mm i jarTjT iiia.;jnuiwii)Mwi THE OPTIMIST 0 there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- derpeals whenever Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 1920 Number 111 STtTT!- I Annual April Fool Stunt at Baseball Faculty Plays Students of Abilene Chris- tian College. It lias been the custom in A. C. C. for the faculty to play the students a game of baseball on the first day of April. And so last Thursday we the students of A. C. C. witnessed this great event amid the pro- found silence of hundreds of voices raised in mournful outcry against tho heartless manner in which the faculty team hammer ed out the superb pitching of poor Little Shep. The day turned out to be beautiful in all respects except the wind which was fearful. Promptly at nine o'clock the crowd began to assemble at tho athleti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1920

' ' '1 '''" v - : ' - J . 4fl ict' m H6? OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6. Subscription Per Ycut $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders pnyablc to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Gladjs Arledge Elmer Kerry Thornton Arledge J. Warren Jackson Herbert Sikes Athletics Fine Arls Personals Religions Aclititics Chapel Extracts Clubs Special Exchanges Editor-in-Chief Asst. Editor litis. Manager Asst. Uus. Mgr. Joke Editor. 'Vcndcl Dcdichck Valita Tidmorc .Vera Ray Margaret Sanford T. II. Ethridgc . Jcffie Rowscy J. Mac Dames Lewis Smith CHANGE A' STAFF. Following the resignation of Mr. in- cent Sikes editor of The Optimist the stall rccenll) met to fill the tannic ci.used b this ULtion.' Mis Cladjs Vrledgc was promoted from assistant cdiloi lo editor and Mr. Elmer llcrr was clcit'.'d f-siMunl editor in Miss Wlcdgc's slead. During Mr. Sikes' occupanct j( ihc Op- timist editorial saiutum his woik h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1920

1 I 'mtmimriitfimttmtwl'inmHmmmmgfgggg!i0iimf& JNflIIIIIIIIIIIIltIIIIIIIIIIlltllltlttltIltltlllllllllIllllttlIllllltllIllltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf)lJIJ ' JJIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllltlllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIlltllllIIIIIII I Men's Silk and Madras Shirts II The officers of the 1 J1 1 i It - 1 S In the New Spring Patterns Designed nnd developed along lines of originality and cxclusivcncss Manhattan Shirts have always appealed to the critical taste of the well dressed man. In limes like these it is more important than ever to buy Shirts of known quality and recog- nized service. The kind that sold on the basis of merit ami justify the service which is claimed for them. Wo emphasize thee remarks by calling your attention to our new Spring and Sum- mer Manhattan Shirts as distinctive and exclusive as ever because of the tailoring perfection that has developed them. The accurately fitting neckband the fine pearl buttons the correct sic cuffs tho roomy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1920

v' K ' ferjj'&s-iu. idMI llllllltllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllim8lstcr worlds because E E. fixed between tlicm. Folo IMmflEfl tin iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiimiiiimii 11 imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiim A DREAM OF THE UNIVERSE. In this monlh (March) when all things of nature aic calling their own peculiar language for their yearly blessings lifting their heads in joy and cxultingly proclaim- ing the glad news that their mission is to make earth a beautiful !icjen to be viewed by all sojourners here and those coming from other shining worlds I tell my dream. From out the dream of life I was called into the great vestibule of hcaicn. Called up to sec the glory of houses eternally created. In a moment I was undressed from this robe of flesh ; cleansed in usion aiil was given a new birth of life. But that heart that weeps and trembles was touchtl not. Time was stopped and rolled back into space. It was no longci a "warp o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1920

"S "lj -J THE OPTIMI 0 we- 15 wm that on men 's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. A II the Past and Time re' veals a bridal dawn of thun- der pi als whenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 15 1920 Number 19 ! ST A. C. C. Wildcats Away on Ball Tour The wildcats met the yellow jackets in tlicir first games of the trip Monday and Tuesday. Although it is reported that our boys played some splendid hall the yel- low jackets succeeded in getting the long ends of 5-0 and 3-1 scores. Our infield played airtight hall during both games but some wild pitching in the first inning of the first game and an error by the of the second game lost both scalps for the ho)s. We hope to even up with them wildcats in the last of the eighth inning when the return games arc pla)cd. The box score of the first game is not avail- able hut the box score of the second game follows: A. C. C. at bat. Green out on huinv.se! out from Daisy Hall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1920

r v 'N W 5? OPTIMIST Published Weekly Iiy the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Iloom 6. Sublet iption Per Year .81.50 Address nil correspondence and mnke all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. STAFF Udilur-in Chief Glad) rllcdge. As't Kditor Miner Ilcrr). Ilusiiics Manager Thornton Arlcdge. Ast't. llus. Mgr. J. Wurtcn Jackson. Joke IMitoi llerhcit Sike. si ii:iti hoitY nnnons Pine rl lteligioii Activities Athletics Chaps of Chapel I'ersonels Exchanges Chilis Speciul General Una Johnson Homer Wolf Wciulel licdichck Mrs. Carpenter Erlene Overli) Hurvc) Hcntlr) Mar K. l'ett) Inez Norton J. Muc Dames STYLES 'I here uie st)les that make us happ) 'I here ure st)let that make us blue there are st)Jcs that turn away the rain drops ? Anil there are styles thai wouldn't turn the dew. There arc slIcs that make i ri'-'i man tremble. There arc stles that make a po.u mi n w cep Hut the styles at least a trille modest Arc the st)les that we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1920

wmmmmmHtommmimmmM - i mmMmmiUimwmrmmmmmimm "..;? L l- l. PERSONALS Ruth Jones and Hoy Illlcy nrc upend- ing the week at the home of Until in Winters. o Miss WnRstnff is improving and 1 am sure vo oro all clnd to hear it. o I Miss Jean Spikes hits returned to re- sume her work nflcr several ila)s' visit at her home in licnjamin. . Miss I'liocbe Cooper vtlm has hecn ' -sick hut is up again. Willaril Davis preached at Eastland on Sunday. "Ilillic" Green is spending the wrck end at her home in Hamlin. o Gladys Smith returned Tuesday morn- ing from Stanton where she spent the past week with her parents c Mrs.'Simcr visited her daughters Mar and Laura Sunday. o Katie Lou Gcntcr was called home on account of the illness of nn uncle. We hope that she will soon he with us again. Miss Lllicl McLeod spent Sunday and Monday with her parents in Trent. Alice Hamilton who has heen very sick is up again. Mr. Roberts of Stephenville is visiting his daughter Lucilc who has hecn sick fur several davs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1920

1b' iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL; .HI XM urafiii 1 ffiBBmBMpfjtffas 1 wi mi mm r -- 1 1 t- iH7?KV .& r?vk - rf7"7 02075 TJimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 111111111111111111111 1111111 IJOltN THAT WAY Soino folks nro born with spirits sour tholr naturo Is to whlno; tho planots. nt their natal hour were bnd- ly out of line. Tlioy cumo complain- ing to tho earth ami squawk through all tholr dnys and they can seo no sense In mirth tlioy frown on Joy- ous Jnys. They choose tho grlmmost sort of creed that's filled with throats of pnln for there Is naught that will fit tholr need tlmt's pleasant Kind or simo. They nro the sad nnd Bloomy freaks who groan with every breath who seo tho bloom on maiden cheeks and talks of worms nnd death. 1" vnln tho optimist mny try to cheor up gents llko these; they'll answer with a dlHtnnl sigh his blnddest brightest whoozo. They'll sny his logic- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1920

BSiaiW. 'Hr.vyvs si Xi ' ' vw " 1 THE OPTIMIST OA j need that on men 's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn ofthun- derfitalswhenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 22 1920 Number -20 BSfttf-WWCKrU ii u Lyceum Course Closes With Two Programs Mr. Roy David Brown' of Chicago and Mits Orban Phillips Appear in Joint Recital as Extra Number. The Ronnie Brooke Company Give Excellent Program. The sixth number of the lyceum course 'which has been presented to the stu- dents of Abilene Christian College came to a close with tho program given by the Bonnie Brooke Company Saturday even- ing. Through the courtesy of Bro. Se- well and Miss Phillips an extra number was added to the courso on Wednesday evening when Mr. Roy David Brown of Chicago appeared in a piano recital as- sisted by one of his former students Miss Orban Phillips who is now the director Christian College wjlh Mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1920

PlffffM m J5hc OPTIMIST Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6. Subscription Per Year .$1.50 Address all correspondence and make nil Money Orders payablo to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. STAFF . Gladys Artledge. ................. Elmer Berry. ...... Thornton Arlcdge. .. J. Warren Jackson. .... Herbert Sikcs. Editor-in-Chief Ass't Editor ......... Business Manager Ass't. Bus. Mgr. . Joko Editor ......... SUPERVISORY EDITORS Fine Arts .................. Athletics . Clubs Religious Activities Personals ......... Exchanges ...... ... Walter Sikes Paul Witt Mary Ellmore . Mrs. Coons . Toonle Brown Ruby Gist We have not had any startling dreams nor had any visions of the future but somehow we are left in suspense doubt and wonderment. For many days we have heard announce- ments concerning the Glee Club and the Choral Club Now we are wondering if these two mysterious organizations will ever present themselves to the public. Why...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1920

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1920

IIIIIUIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIB Is i JUST FOR FUN By WILL U. READEM Welcome to A. C. C. Students Call at our otoro whilo in town. Special attention paid to students. CARL W. HALTOM'S - Styles Ruisell Martin preached at Monday Sunday. He was invited to take dinner at Mr. Fridays. h lUIIIIIIUlllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllltllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll V an&rvM&&.tf.W ill tswwfrsS Wwm I TvLx' rOT3 R3SES3V9SEhEis9isisspib fllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIlllll'"" 1 1111111111111111? CONTENTMENT Beautiful crimson wild holly-hock With center of purest gold Thou who phcelh thy tendrous in the rock And blossomcth forth quick and bold Who casteth they fragrance on the air Tis wafted to honey bees Who winging their way from the hive afar Come boldly extracting thy fees. You have shown me the way to' gain suc- cess fi Opportunities that I have Of maki...

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