The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 22, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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Like clothes tlint carry out their own
clean-cut ideals clotlics that look
right niul arc trust-worthy. For these
wearers wc hac Langham Clothes.
Suits built on clean-cut lines skill-
fully tailored anil of the best mate-
rials. Suits at
$32-50 $35 $37-50 $40
QUA UTY-JvALUZ -SERVCG
Mfe Extend to All Faculty
New and Old Students
a Hearty Welcome
J. C. PENNEY CO. STILL MAINTAINS ITS HIGHEST
STANDARDS DEALING FAIR WITH ALL AND
BEING READY AND WILLING AT ALL
TIMES TO SERVE YOU WELL.
SECOND SUMMER TERM
ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL j
OVEIt HUNDRED STUDENTS EN-
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School conducted by Abilene Christian
College was very pronounced. Over one
hundred students from over the entire
Mate were registered for the summer term. M
The men students were housed in Zcllner $
If. II - I .1 F3
iiuii aim me women uvea in uaisy Hall.
Many enjoyable things took place dur-
ing the summer which added greatly to the
life of the College. The boys of Zellncr
Hall entertained the girls of Daisy Hall
with a lawn party the features of which
were a melon feast and a stunt program
which was staged by the lroys. Upon sev-
eral occasions little groups of students en-
jocd some little outing.
Another event of interest was afforded
the students by the citizens of Abilene
when the summer students of both Sim
mons and A. C. C. were taken to Lake ' $
Abilene for a melon feast and general good R
lime. Over fifty automobiles transported
the students to the Lake.
At the close of the term a recital was
given in the Auditorium by the expression
pupils of Mrs. Deo II. Ilambo assisted by
several others. This recital was highly en-
jojed by all who attended. One of the
features of the program wai a one-act
play gien by six )oung ladle. Piano
solos h Miss Alia Wood and Mr. George
A. Klingman Jr. were also bighl) en-
'I be management of A. C. C. were vcrv
It higlil) pleased with the sticros of the
J(( summer school whirll gie promic of
ft l growing as rapidl) during the next few
It j CarS aS t lit? Slltllpnt llliitl .if llic rni-nlnr
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session lias grown iluring the past few
ears. It answers a need of the oung
men and women of the Church of ChriM
which has long gone unheeded.
WE ARE READY WITH VOIR FALL WEARING APPAREL
AM) CAN SIPPLY VOIR EVERY WANT.
We are showing new Suits. Sweaters Dresses Shoes and
"rn met a ti v" In irtyfei- '!' ir-imiJIorl aiT(iu7ir iTnTCiTCe"nf-rCT'-nomical
prices prevalent at nil times in our store.
WITH THE CLASS OF '21
Howard M. Notes Nanahel Etles V.
Bf I (Jamie Sike. Kii Ilnml.n mi I Mr. II
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ji II. irwis are in . C. L scmng as in-
" I Mruilors on the Fuiuil).
it I Mr. W K. Smilb is siiierinlcndent of the
.j ' plllilir mIiioI of llmlurll TVva"
Some Beautiful Suits
Youthful models of beautiful
twills and tricotincs fur trim-
med also some soft browns in
'luvetinc and valourcs. Yes
they are moderate in price. Some
wonderfully pretty Suits at
$35 up to $62-50
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.Mr. 'Ihornton Arledgc is associated with
his father in the cattle business.
We have the New Suit- in worsteds and Cheviot materials.
They arc shown in hairline stripes herringbone weaves and
serge. We also have the Marathon and the Stetson Hats
Sweaters Shoe-. and Shirts for everyone.
YOU VA YOURSELF A PROFIT BUYING YOUR
Mr. Hoy Jobnann is nianuf
Mr. Hay Johnson has a position with an
oil couipati) at llrcckcnridge.
Mr. Wcldon Russell is associated with
f bis father in business in Abilene.
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We Welcome You
AND NOW YOU ARE BACK IN SCHOOL YOU'LLCURL
YOUR HAIR MAKE CANDY. IRON YOUR CLOTHES.
A NICE CUP OF HOT TEA FROM ONE OF OUR PER-
COLATORS WON'T HURT AN OCCASIONAL
"BREAKFAST IN YOUR ROOM" COOKED ON ONE
OF OUR TABLE STOVES WILL ADD MUCH TO THE
JOY OF COLLEGE LIFE.
DO IT ELECTRICALLY!
Abilene 2a: E!?r?.ic Company
mt lOuDCioout it it i looum loout .t n a locionwTOtftxtfXKXWKjof inrwofi
Mr. Delma Mabr is a nicnibi r of the
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College Cornell UKIa.
'11m best horse needs lireakini. and the
aptest i luld nicds teaching.
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FRANKLIN PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS
HIGH GRADE BATHROOM WARE
Headquarters for Pipe Fittings Sewer Pipe Etc.
PHONE NO. 5
BE LOYALSUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY OPTIMIST
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PAINTS OILS BRUSHES GLASS
BOLLING - KEAN
(The Glidden Store)
"It Not Right Return It"
THE RALPH PAINT AND
Paints Glass Wall Paper Art
Materials Picture Frames
SODUOOtXX KJUUUOftl MOOf S3tilD0OI 3
EAT CANDY MADE IN
J'oitr Work Solicited and Appreciated
CROWN TAILORING CO.
1022 North First Street
CLEANING AND PRESSING
C. I). SMITH Prop. PHONE 547
SANITARY BARBER SHOP
Eight Chairs No Long Wain
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New Store and I
New Goods i
DRY GOODS SHOES CLOTHING LADIES'
At Prices you can afford to pay. Cash is the lever that pulls
the price down at
a JL-l'a 1'lNli blHIiliT PHONE 725
STUDENTSI--PATR0NIZE THE OPTIMIST ADVERTISERS
D not wait till the end of the enr to
come in and get acquainted. Come low
and let us know ou and seno you. Oar
art objects memory books pictures am
juot hat you want.
YE LITTLE SH0PPE
Thingi That Are Different
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 22, 1921, newspaper, September 22, 1921; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth91202/m1/4/?q=%22d.%20l.%20cooper%22: accessed October 22, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.