The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 31, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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Holon Smith Editor
October 31 1041
All Clubs Schedule Breakfasts
For Saturday Morning Guests
P. o. c.
Phi Omega Chi will hold its break-
fnst at 7:30 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing in tho Hilton hotel.
Welcomo for exes at this annual
reunion will bo given by President
Trojan horso stockholders aro stag-
ing their annual breakfast for all
homecoming Trojan friends in tho
roof garden of tho Wooton hotel at
7:00 Saturday morning.
Setting for tho annual homecoming
breakfast of tho W Club will bo in
tho CryUU ballroom of tho Hilton
hotel at 8:00 Saturday morning.
Table arrangements forming a "W"
and centerpieces of red and white car-
nations arc to carry out tho club
Vocal selections are to be given by
Floyd Dunn accompanied by Paulino
Witt at tho piano.
tho traditional bluo and gray colors
of the club.
Gntns aro to entertain their ox-
inombcrs in tho Bluo room of tho Hil-
ton hotel with n breakfast at 7 o'clock.
Besides tho customary reception
and presentation of pledges tho pro-
gram includes a humorous skit by
members and solos by Jack 'Baker.
Featuring a themo of tho Civil War
Cadettcs will fall in line in tho Grill
room of tho Hotel hotel at 7 o'clock
Tho Mason-Dixon lino will bo tho
dividing line for tho exes tho (tho
North) and tho present members (tho
South). The theme was inspired by
W. C. FISHER
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
"Over A Quarter Century"
126 Pine Abilene
PALS nro holding their annual
breakfast in tho Colonial suite of the
Wooten hotel at 7 o'clock.
Tho tables will bo in tho shapo of
n horse-shoo covered in rich reddish-
brown with yellow crysanthemums
forming tho center-piece.
Highlighting tho program will bo
tho reading of an original poem of
an cxe's viewpoint by Janio Bar-
ncttc. Mrs. Freeman McKce will give
tho rcsponso from the exes.
Ko-Jo-Knl's annual breakfast will
be in tho Club dining room of tho
Wooten hotel Saturday morning at 7
V for Victory -will bo tho theme.
As a centerpiece flowers will be ar-
ranged to form "three dots and a
Old tars onco active on the Sub T-1G
will go aboardship tomorrow morn-
ing at 7 o'clock in tho Hilton hotel.
Every girl knows the importance of
BklrU and blouses this season. MIN-
TEH'S announce a new shipment of
all the latest styles in skirts at $1.95
to $7.95 . . . new Ship 'n Shore Shirts
and rayon crepe shirts $1.19 and
$1.95. MINTER'S Rcady-to-Wcar
Dcpt. 2nd floor.
Determination is based on faith and
knowledge; stubbornness is founded
on ignorance and prejudice.
See Our Representatives: Lottie Neltcrvillc Max Watson
For Your Corsages and Cut Flowers
Tabic Decorations For Teas and Banquets
MOORE'S FLOWER SHOP
2636 So. 7th Phone 470-1
Good Old Stand-bys Made
the Good Old Way At
Just Off tho Campus
Exes! We Remember When
Lawrenco Smith was "Eligible" It was a marc not
a horse tied to Prexy's desk Cats rode the Ad Building
steps etc. . ...
Come Talk It Ovcr-Ovcr
A FREE COFFEE AND COOKIE
A. C. C. (HELVEY'S) CAFE
MAY WE WELCOME YOU ALSO
May We Also Suggest You Wear MUMS to the Game
"Just Call Us Up"
You Can't Go Wrong the Right-Way
JOHN OWENS Campus Representative
Mv 609 Oak Street
Schedule- of Homecoming
7:00 Donfirc just cast of. the
7:30 Pep rally (In auditorium).
3:00 Concert by Wildcat Band
8:45 Social for Ex-students of
other Christian colleges in the
Breakfasts of the various groups:
7:00 Cadettcs PALS GATA
Ko-Jo-Kal Sub T Trojans.
7:30 Phi Omega Chi.
8:00 W Club.
9:00 Special meetings of var-
Class of '11 in room 13 of the
Class of '21 in room 21.
Class of '31 in room 27.
Class of '41 in room IS.
1:00 Homecoming Chapel Pro-
gram. 11:00 Business meeting of Ex-
Students Association in audi-
torium; busnlcss meeting of
Mothers and Dads Club in
2:30 Football ACC vs. Austin
College Morris stadium.
8:00 C Club banquet.
A LOCAL EX-
WELCOMES ALL EXES
Hill & Hill
13lh and Pine
The Twin Drug Stores
of Dependence and
Hilton Hotel Pharmacy
Medical Arts Pharmacy
4th and Pine and 3rd and Cedar
"You and I Know the Reason Why"
Is the Popular Shopping Place For All
A. C. C. Coeds
Stop in You'll Find Your Friends on Both
Sides of the Counter
231 Pine . Phone 7352
The Old Campus Warmly Greets You and Invites
You to Return Often
For your life insurance needs one of the following ex-students of
A. C. C. can give you excellent service.
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 31, 1941, newspaper, October 31, 1941; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101362/m1/3/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.