The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 9, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 1, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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SOMB' BANKS ACCEPT BUSINESS
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First State Bank:
Invites andl Appreciate It
e Extend to You Our Most Courteous Treatment while in Our City
A now laboratory building has boon erect-
ed and equlped. Now apparatun and material
havo been received. Hundreds of now books
havo boon added to the library and new onea
aro bolug added dally Thcso things have cost
a lot ot money and wo aro bMU moro than
$1000.00 short on tho fund to pay for them.
Don't you want fellowship in this work?
We appreciate profoundly the gifts we have
received and wo aro confidently expecting to
rccolvo the entire amount.
Ero. Sowell did not let tho school suffer
but bought tho equipment needed on his own
credit trusting the Lord to put it Into tho
hcarta of tho people to help him pay for It.
Won't you rospond NOW to that call you feel
In your heart and send your contribution bo-
foro you forget It again? Let us announce In
the next Optimist that the entlro amount has
been paid! Wouldn't that bo fine!
THE HONOR ROLL.
Mrs. Latham $1.0.0 Mrs. Thurman 50c
Q. D. Tittle $1G.OO W. II Free $1.50 J. S. Klrk-
pstrlck $000 Mrs. p. C. McPlasson $2.00 tW.
J. Lcaverott $3.00 Mrs. Jackson $1.00 Geo W.
Dlrchfleld $G0.OO Huo Hart COc Cath (Brady
Texas) $1.00 Chessell Qra $1.00 Kd Bledsoe
COc Mario Dentley COc Molvan GllUUand COc.
teachers and students $48.75.
In tho Abilene Dally Reporter Bro. Sewell
called ationtlon to our many Improvements In
Library Laboratory etc. and staled that wo
aro depending on voluntary contributions to
meet thcso expenses. Tho following nico com-
trlbutlons have been recoived and' wo afo ex-
pecting many others'.' v ' '' 1 "
DOOK8. . ATHLETIC8.
W?ilife. ""j6. w-ntila:TV"-i r 1 'Ik No school can succeed fully without some
Mrs. Dallas Scarborough -.Hi.... ... 1 form of athletics. Tho boys and girls wh.nAEp
A. II Darnejl ...i.....'....;.. . 2 studonts of a school cannot possibly be at
A.G Wqbb .T.....r.......r....:..T. 0 tholr best mentally without some form of bod-
J. W Thompson ..1.. fl 13 lly exercise which athletics nlfords; nollhor
. . can they be at their best on the athletic Hold
Total ....... ...... .....23 unless their mental powers have received at
tl CA8H i" " ' least some degreo ot training. In other words
mental and physical training go hand In hand
Mrs. W. T. Branch $1 Earl C. Hayes $1 neither uttalnlng its highest development In-
Montgomery Drug Co $C Campbell's $25 Tay. dependent of tho other.
lor Co. Times $2 (1. C. Osboni $1 C. C. Conv Members of the faculty ot A. C. C. roallzo
pore $1 C. W. Merchant $10 J. V. Howorton tho Important reaction of tho games upon tho
$2 Mlnter's $10 Mlngus $3 It. C. Lewis $3 student who engages in them have given duo
McLemorc-Bass $3 Dr. E. L. Thomnsson $5 consideration to this phase of school life. Ton-
J. M. Radford ?5 Mrs. II IC. McWhlrter $1 nls courts a volley bull court and a soccur
Anderson D. G. Co $5 Abilene Furniture Co court havo been erected nnd quite a bunch of
3 J. Bf Carter $1 Mrs Fannlo Harvey $1 W. enthusiastic boys aro seen on these different
J. Bohrens $1 Ralph Paint Co. (Paint for Lab- fields every afternoon
oratory) Dr. G. D. Lcggott $C Dr. W. T. Stow- A series of games of volloy ball havo been
art $10. John B. Nell! $5 (In paint) Simmons begun with tho high -school. vThreo-of thxay
V i T ' "'"" ' jiuvu ueun pinyea an or wuicu were won
v.. . uvuiun ti . v.u(iu 6 jfljiiy ih.iiuih.-i mo couege noiwunsianaing mo united effo
$" lotaiww. of tho high school boys. The other two serll
Abilene never falls. She always does hor will bo played soon nnd tho basket ball gamel
part for A. C. C. If you would like to llvo'In will likely bo started. We hope tojwln somd
tup nest town in Texas movo to AUileno. You honors on this flold.
will moko no mistake. ' ' ' CLAUDE ELLIOTT
Good times. Just you watch us a while and
sec. Or nsk Proxy! But if you will promise
not to tell maybe ho doesn't know ALL tho
good times wo havo I But wo have tho kind
ot fun good times that keeps that is tho
jolly laughing singing frollclng kind without
anything that'a "little" mean unclean or
lowering Wo aro learning more and moro
each day that this is tho kind ot fun thi.t
doesn't "kick back" that lasts. Wo havo de-
cided that Prexy Is right; Uiul no other. Kind
otfun Js!W0rthwhllo.o . ( ( . txi
Sunday Oct. I was a memorablo day for
at least two of our old students. At that time
MiBS Alice Coons of Elmdale tinpnnm Mrs
Josso Bianton. On tho samo day Mr. Gerald1
McCasland and Miss Ophelia Graham both ot
Winters wore united In marriage. Tholr friends 1
in A C. C. extend congratulations and best
wishes for each couplo.
Wllna Zollnor is spondlng a few weeks at
Lakeside California. . Sho hopes to visit A. "
C.'0. soon. 4 - iM ti ( st ' '.'
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Staple end Fancy
Call Us ir the Mortving Phone 388
Montgomery Drug Co:
School Suppllaa Baaaball and Tanna Goods Stationery Etc.
GOOD DRINKS Visits Our Fountain GOOD SERVICE
HALL MUSIC CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
V otor Vlctrolau and Records
and Studio Taaehera Supplies
240 PINE ST. ABILENE
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 9, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 1, 1916, newspaper, November 1, 1916; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth91155/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.