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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 March 1916

l'aire Kour thk rmsM Friday March 17 191(5 CLASS PWS AND RINGS MADE TO YOUR ORDER SPECIAL DESIGNS FURNISHED Engraved Commencement Cards Calling Curds etc. executed on short notice. Figure with us for your special order work-Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE : . "fr MUD. IJ.v Any Other Name .lust ax Muddy. N'o douht Hit' upper classmen will he Kteatly shocked by an article appear- ing in Tho Prism from the pen of u student who is not even a first class i'lVhhinan and especially when they see that he attempts to criticise some editorials in the fc'enioi edition of the I'risin. Xovcr-the-lcss as this I'rep feels that he has a small place in the a Mail's of the college and as The IVifiiu does not seem to he extremely particular about what it prints he will pioci i !. N'ow as every student !:nos our faculty consists of as line a combina- tion of high class Inoad mindeil and sympathetic Christian men and women as can be found in the laud. W...

Publication Title: Prism, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 March 1916

KODAK DK'IXOI'INU (HINTING- INLAKG1NG Pellicular Utfotl' Tijitii lo fl ik Very IMi Keiulti TAYLOR BtOS. STUDIO THE PRISM I'ATItONIZK Pete Anderson's HAk'HEH SHOP Volume JJ SCHOOL TO GAVE A STUDENTS COUNCIL First Definite Work Planned by Or- gani.ation. Alter s;ix months of delay on the l)ut of the Student Government Or- iiiizution the fust step toward stu- 1'iit participation in the government in stuuent auairs oi ine cunugu "a 'it last been made. The officers of the ' ortramzation nave gaiiieci tno consent of the faculty to the establishment of a cooperative committee consisting of five students and an equal number from the faculty which will have joint oversight of the affairs most closely pertaining to the students. There is to be a special seivicc Tuesday morn- ing in chapel in which there will be talks setting foith the nature of this committc and the benefits which may bo dcrivrd from its existence. The students will receive an opportunity for expressing their attitude toward ...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 March 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday llarch 24 1916 w 1 THE PRISM Published every Friday ly tin; Stu- dents of Howard l'aytii' College. Filtered at the Post Office at lirown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Osee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Xeal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor) Y. iM. C. A. Editor - - Athletics I Social Editor Exchange Editor IJusiness Me;''' The students are co-operating with the faculty in planning for a revival that is to begin within the next two weeks. It has been the polity of the school before to co-operate with the First Church in all of the evangelistic services. Such work has proved sat- isfactory as far as it went. However we have learned that it is diflicult foi any man to give sullicionl time at each place. The man has not been select- ed yet but will be this week that will lead in the services. IH 11 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 March 1916

Friday Mm eh :M IJ'IO THE PRISM Page Three 111 AVE you visited our Store since our Spring Opening? If not be sure and call. See our New Line of Silks Voiles Marquisette. We have a Special Price on All Silks This Week. BAXTER BROS. IffltM CITIZENS DRAY LINE Student Self-Government. A question that is causing much dis- cussion in the higher realms of edu- cation today is that of Student Self- Goveinnicnt. This is being agitated in almost every college and now in many of the higher educational insti- tutions the students makes rules by which they are governed and this is leading to a stronger agitation in the smaller schools. From the very time that the fust colonists landed in America men have boon fighting for theii right and for the privileges which justly be- longed to them. At first only the privileged classes were allowed to vote and have any share in the govern- ment but as time and civilization moved on the rights were extended and now in this great land of ours al- most every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 24 March 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday March 24 1916 1 l I .....; . .; .v .;..-.;;--;.--.;::-;;' ! ! ! ! CLASS PINS AND RINGS HADE 1U YOUR ORDER : SPECIAL DESIGNS FURNISHED t V En if raved Commencement Cards Calling Cards etc. executed on short f J notice. Figure with us for your special order work-Prices right and j vnttofnitlinn l.llnr'intftPrl t ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY I THE GIFT STORE I .5.5...;.----2;- ! ! ; : :: : : COLLEGEBRIEFS Miss Minnie Belle Shelton visited in Winchell Sunday und Monday. JOKES. Miss Goddwin (in Education class) "Mr. Sansom do you use simplified spelling in your writing for instance 'thiu' instead of through?" Mr. Sansom "Miss Winston won't Mr. Willard Wooden a former stu- et u3 uge -t dent and base ball man is in college mm Good"vvin..Wcll( you don.t do this term. aj y0Ur writing to Miss Winston do ' you?" Miss Eva Scwell spent the week-end at her home in Miles. The spirit of our ministry can be The dormitory boys and girls enjoy- kept right by the ministry of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 31 March 1916

THE PRISM PATROMZi: Pole Anderson's iiai(iii:i( siioi i Volume 15 HROWNWOOI) TEXAS Kill DAY .M ARCH .11 1916 No. 31 kodak ii.m:i.oi'i.(.I I'ltiNriNi; i..ni.aiu;im; r'amctiljr Kllorti Takni 10 ft the Wiy U.t Ucu't I TAYLOR BKOS. STUDIO CRIM AND CUMBIE TC CONDUCT REVIVAL Thorough .Preparations .Are .Being Made 'I'lio college revival that begins Fri- day night should he the greatest lle school has over had. Tlie most thor- ough preparations arc heiug made and a very large part of the Chris- tian students are interested in it. The men coming to lead ale of our own number graduating here in '12 while H. l was a junior college then going to Baylor l where tliry stud- ied. 11. IS. Crim and I). K Cumbio aie the men. Rev. .Mr. Cumbio has attracted attention in Texas Lou- isiana and New Mexico for the past three years as an evangelist of un- usual stronth and adaptibility. Their first year in evangelist woik was in New Mexico and during that time more people were brought into the churches und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 31 March 1916

PllRP TWfi THE PRISM Friday March :il 1916 THE PRISM Published every Friday by thu Stu- di'iits of Howard I'ayne College. Entered at the Post Office at Iirown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster O'jce Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Cainii -Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Xeal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor - - Athletics Social Editor K.ehango Editor Musiness Mgr. The Prism Next Year. The troubles in maintaining a week- ly paper the first year in Howaid Payne has been in huge (juantities. There has been dilliculties to encoun- ter from many souices. The only col- lege publication this school has had before was a literary magazine large- ly gotten out by the English depart- ment. This year a paper has come out every week and the work has been done by the students. Most of our tioubles have been due to the lack of organization at the beginning of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 31 March 1916

Friday Match ::i 1!)K! THE PRISM Page Throe 17 Are You Keeping in Touch m . 1 . -v i Z''-'J'J- . SV'Cf '-. i-- . ' iCrJ c- - -. . r .-j - Jfc C i You Will Be Delighted With These Pretty New Things. Come! J. W. JENNINGS FOR VALUES EVANS BROTHERS Wants Your Trade 10. West Broadway : : : : : : : : : ' M Watchmaking Engraving " R. K. HALLUM & COMPANY Jewelers ill ii G Your Engraved Stationery Business Solicited. '" : : : : : : : Wm. CAMERON & CO. INCORPORATED LUMBER Texas. Brownwood ....?..:..:; t "i We don t stay awake to y sec how cheap we can jr. make it but how good y ? Big Dandy Bread A Made Only By THE SANITARY BAKERY i :: ! ! - fr..--.-..fr- fr WITH THE MANY NEW STYLES? Frequent visit to this store will be necessary n order to keep up with the many new things that are arriving in all classes of merchandise. For The Sick I am the Lord that healeth then. Ex. 15:26. Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases. Ps. 10.T: The Eun of Righteousness is risen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 31 March 1916

l'ngc Four TIIK PRISM Friday Marelt ill l!)1(i 1 --- -- 4 --- -- -- ' -- --- 4 THE LATEST-GODDESS of LIBERTY RINGS BE UP-TO-DATE ! NEW STYLE POCKET BOOKS FOR LADIES ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY ! THE GIFT STOKE ORIENTALS TOO MUCH Itcv. Sam Taylor a finished product of Howard Payne conducted cli;ii)ol FOR YELLOW JACKETS "xr Chinese Pile l'p Hit? Scores With Fuse. Each K'iiinc with th" Chiinsn opened vip with a j;ood .showing for almul tin re inninKf. hut our nun wont to pieces from then on. Howard Payne pitchers did good work each name es- pecially "Salty" and "Slim" lla.r's N'o one expected our men to win hut all wore looking for a clo.se m'ih'p. In batting and pitching our men classed well with them hut otherwise they handled us at will. We believe our men will come back. We have a strong team and in spite of the one sided scores of l(i to 1 and 1-1 to (! for the Yellow .Men we are looking for sensational things to happen in our favor. The Texas University Glee Club gave a very intere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 April 1916

THE PRISM re Three l'ATItOM. . kodak m:i:i.niiM. PRINTING ENI.AKr.mr. Particular EITnru InUn lo -t the Very Bct Kriuli TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO I Vie AnderHon's ISMillElt SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOI) TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 7 1916 No. 32 REVIVAL FOR HOWARD PAYNE NOW IN PROGRESS HI P' 5 ? B. B. CRIM.M EVANGELIST D. K. CUMBIE SINGER Expecting Successful Campaign Under Leadership of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Criram and Drue Cumbie. There hnv? boon several Rood ser- vices of the revival meeting which we expect to be u gicat campaign. We believe that God is with the leadeis and will bless our efforts in the intei- est of Christianity in tin's special way. The Y. M. C. A. is conducting a prayer meeting each evening and th'ere seems to bo a deep interest on the part of the students. However as Rev. Crimm said our prayers ar.o use- less if they have no legs. We have a part to do in the answering. Time will reveal our efforts. The Gospel messages are plain earnest and arc spoken enthusiastically in Christ's nam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 April 1916

THE PRISM Friday April 7 1916 THE PRISM Published every Friday by the .Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered nt the Post Ollke at Drown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster Osee Macdgen Ruth McCaulcy Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. It. White Ethel Neal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke . - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor ISusiness Mgr. A Plan For a Hotter College Paper. Every student in the college is aware of the fact that our college paper The Prism has not received the support of the student body. A stall' lias been selected whose business it was to assist in the issuing of the paper. Hut instead of merely assist- ing the students have forced the stall' to edit it. The majority of the stu- dents have subscribed for the paper it is true yet every one of the students owes a higher duty to our paper than merely paying the dollar subscrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 April 1916

Friday April 7 1!)1G THE PRISM Page Three The Point System. The Tacky Party. Petting Our Pain In every college community there is a tendency on the part of students to load nil the duties and honors upon a few acknowledged leadeis. If a man proves faithful and in the least capable ho is foiced into one olllce after another until his lime is too full and he is unable to do justice to anything. Kvcryoue will acknowledge that some participation in student ac- tivities is of more benefit if possible than the regular liteiary course. Hut a question has arisen in the mind of some observers of college life as to the wisdom or expediency of putting all the responsibility and work on the few. And then while the few are labor- ing under a load of duties the many are receiving no chance at the exper- ience which comes fiom holding an oflice in some student oiganization. NTothing makes a person work like having to do a thing; and nothing de- velops a person's latent powers like doing work which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 7 April 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday April 7 1016 '1 MEN! The College Campus is looking very flesh and pretty now. It is Only a Little While Easter the National Dress-Up Day Till ARE you going to be in the "Par- ade" Easter morning with a com- plete new outfit Suit Hat and Shoes? Let us fit you EXACTLY with one of the new Kuppenheimer Models You will "go a long way1' before finding one quite so good looking or one that will wear so well. Every suit Guaranteed to give absolute satisfac- tion or your money back. We have a beautiful lot of new ones to select from and a wide range of sizes. The prices are very moderate. From $12 upward. Come in and :let us fit you up according to the latest styles. Did You Ever Eat u Banana Split? This delicious dish consists of a haniina two different kinds of cream with different fruit flavorings cher- ries marshmallows etc. in fact you think you are cuting a real dinner. It is one of the best and most whole- some dishes you can buy. Drop around and try one the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 April 1916

KODAK DEVELOPING PRINTING - KNLAKGINC PdHiculjr Ktlurlt l akcii lu ft tlic Veil Hen Kr.jll. TAYLOR BROS STUDIO Volume 15 MEETING HAS PROVED TRUE REVIVAL All Student Body Keels Good EITedt Of Series of Meetings. The nipetiiiK which is being con- ducted by Bro. and Mrs. Crimm and Mr. Cuinbio is pioving wonderful success Bro. Crimm preached for n week from Tuesday April 4 to Tuesday April 11 with only four responses to his appeals; the students had been holding daily prayer meet- ings for three nights the young men spent the night in prayer; every Christian student in school had got the meeting on his oi her heart and then the blessing came Tuesday morn- ing there were two conversions and then Tiusduy night in a wonderful service eight boys and girls were sav- ed. Wednesday morning was the most glorious of all from the standpoint of numbers there being eleven con- versions and two reclamations. But not only to the unsaved stu- dents has the revival been a blessing. The Christian studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 April 1916

THE PRISM Friday April 14 1910 THE PRISM Published iwr I-'riday b the Stu dents iif Howard I'a.snu College. Kntered tit the Post Office at Ilrown- wood as Second-Class .Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year ..'.-. k.i.i. Til Our College STAFF C. E. Lancaster -O'jee Maedgen Kuth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor -W. It. White -Ethel Xeal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor l.usiness Mgr. "As You Like It." It is a fact in small schools at least that college news is well nisim- ulated in the student body verbal; and that if a college paper existed only for its news value it would not last long. The question is raised by some then why have a paper since it is such an expense and so much work for a few of the students. There are many plausible reasons why have one but will only mention thiee. First it is a custom anions lirst class col- leges to have a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 April 1916

Friday April M 101C THE I'ltISM I'ajfc Tliree Clifford Devereux & Comp y The Shakesperean Players BROWNWOOOD APRIL 20th & 21st LIBRARY LAWN "SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER" By Goldsmith "COMEDY OF ERRORS" By Shakespeare "THE CRITIC" By Shcnden SPECIAL PRICE TICKETS TO STUDENTS 3 Performances for .... $2.00 Single Ticket $1.00 Sec Wilbur Duke for tickets for H. P. C. students. Other tickets at ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO. MRS. W. II. ALBEItTSON 1)1 KS IN SAITAItH'M Death of Oik- of the Seniors Came Af- ter Few Hours Illness. .Mrs. V H. Alhortson passed awuy Tuesday evening in I'r. .MeCarver's Sanitarium after ti few hours illness. Althounh she had not been well for several months her condition was not thought to be serious. For two days she had not been feeling as well as usual in her home and Monday she went to the Sanitarium for treatment. All of the medical attention was giv- en her possible but the end came Tuesday evening at seven thirty. Mrs. Albcrtson had many friends in this section ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 April 1916

THE PRISM Friday April 14 1916 ' i niniMtififc i nwrj "-" nf .u.if JW.u--v.nM. PRMASTER SALE Of Ladies Tailored Suits Fashionable Dresses Petticoats and Skirts An unusual opportunity to purchase your Easter Clothes at a great saving. Everything in the Ready-to-Wear De- partment has been greatly reduced in price for this sale. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT TO SECURE YOUR EASTER CLOTHES A T? IV e nave Just received a IVlJlll big new lot of Silk Shirts in some beautiful patterns. These are the kind that you have been paying $5.00 for. We only ask $4.00 See the New Summer Light Weight Suits the regular $10 kind at $835 Let Us Help You to Get Ready for Easter Robertson Dry Goods Co. The House That Saves You Money often woik great results if used prop- erl . The greatest power of smiles is the winning of fiiends. This habit will win friends when no other will. No other gain is so good as a host of true friends. Pleasantness is a conduct which gains for us the admiration and love of those around us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 April 1916

komak developing! I'KINriNG- . KNI.AIiOING l4tlk-n!4l UHim I ukrit tu ('if t lie Vrrt Uri Ke.ull I TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO THE PRISM IWTKOMZi: I 'cJo Anderson's nitm:i shop Volume 15 BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 21 1)1 No. 31 Some Words On How The Yel- low Jackets Are Going liy W. R. White. To say that Simmons lias the best team would not unwer the question why H. I. C. dropped two games to them thi week. If our men had been going anything like their best this might he the explanation but the fans know our men did not show anythiiiK like the form they have been display- ing since their trip. The V'.'llow Jackets have never been so clever as they were in these panics. Every man is trying his best to win laurels for H. I'. C. as never before and the students can see it. Never were the men anil the students closr together than now. They met a little hard kick this week but the students are not disappointed in them and are going to boot them to the last. When a costly error is made there i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 April 1916

Page Two TIIK PRISM Friday April 21 1910 THE PRISM Subscription Price stories. Most of them art- written in easy sentences and wi-.h catchy little . plots that shows some ingenuity on Published every Friday by the Stu- the part of the different writers. On dents of Howard Payne College. . thc wllolc 'oul' PPCJl' is "ot tisomu ' to look at eacli department being- worked up with ere. a Entered at the Post Office at Jrown- Thu Trlltoniun Tl.nlly U: wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. You. Mm.ch s jIeUH1f - from every side. There are some $1.00 per year stories that are good for anyone to read and not just because they have to like an exchange editor. The two i poems add much to tin- tone of the issue. There is something appealing STAFF I in the names: "Pathway" and "The Editor-in-Chief ("t' '" '''eImitx'" -""uhl only be the prod ucts ol a poet's soul. "The Laurel" San Marcos Texas: Associate Editor The .Junior edition of your monthly V W. C A Editor i's Vl'rv Patriotic and in a very ap- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 April 1916

Friday April 21 111 1(5 THK 1MUSM Page Three The Respectability of Slang. ' Maude G. Abbott. The fact that slung over has been or can be respectable muv seeln par- adoxical but 1 aver that "some words now called slang in common parlance parlance have one day been respectable and may be so again. For instance: the word "kick" as meaning resistance in the slang phrasing is used exactly in this sense in the IJiblo: "Wherefore kick ye at my sacrifice" -1 San). '1:2'.). The expression "cut it out" was in good literary use about the year 1750. Fielding's "Tom Jones" says "Cut out me gnosi una in faheritiai.'s "School lor acaiutai" we linil "The perform- ers have cut it out." "Do" in the sense of cheating or swindling was iiite common among the eighteenth century authors. Gold- smith in his play "The Good N'atured Man" makes one of the chaiacters say "you must 'do' him." It is also a noticeable fact that slang meanings frequently supersede the original. Several words are now going thru thi...

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