The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 30, 1926 Page: 4 of 4
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A builder builded a temple
He wrought with caro and skill
Pillars and groins and arches
Were fashioned to meet his will
And men said when they saw its beauty
"It shall never know decay;
Great is thy will 0 builder
Thy famo shall endure for aye."
A teacher builded a temple
Sho wrought with skill and care
Forming each pillar with patience
Laying each stone with care.
None saw tho unceasing effort
Nono knew of tho marvelous plan
For tho temple the teacher builded
Was unseen by tho eyes of man.
Gone is the builder's temple
Crumbled into the dust
Pillars and groins and arches
Food for consuming rust
But the temple the teacher builded
Shall enduro while the ages roll;
For that beautiful unseen temple
Was a child's immortal soul.
Two of the powerful linesmen who will defend A. C C.'s honor on tlvc gridiron next Saturday.
FIFTY MEN REPORT FOR
GLEE CLUB REHEARSAL
(Continued from Pago 1)
BELOVED CAMPUS FIGURE
REMOVED IN FATAL CRASH
(Continued from Pago 1)
Miss Shipp taught in Ranger
high school for eight years before
coming here. Sho had also taught in
Gatesvillo and in several Bell county
schools. Sho was bon at Atlanta
Texas in August 1888 and was
reared in Bell county. For a num-
ber of years she resided at Copperas
Cove with her mother. She was a
member of tho Christian church and
of tho Eastern Star.
G. K. Wallace preached at Lueders
last Sunday where he will preach
twice each month for the following
year. Wallace has been preaching for
that congregation bi-monthly for
over a year. He conducted their an-
nual meeting last July
Ross Givens and Alton Wimbish
wont to Noodle Sunday morning and
Ross Givens preached. Good crowds
were present and fine interest was
Clarence Williams met his regular
appointment at Bradshaw last Lord's
Day. Carlton Massey had charge of
the song service. The members of
the church a tthis place are few and
for concern at present. Tho gradua-
tion of Ernest Walls veteran quartet
man tho marriage of Ellis Mc-
Gaughey and the delayed registra-
tion of Lold Wllmon and Millard
Humphrey has loft that part of tho
club temporarily handicapped. How-
ever the return of Millard and Lold
at a later date and the discovery of
some good new men seem to promise
a better outlook sometime soon.
The high tenors are still limited
to old men with the exception of
'Bil' Packer brother of the famous
'P. K.' of musical fame in other sea-
sons. Billy Hall prlmo-tenor by rea-
son o his capture of tho high berth
on the second quartet last year is
again on hand to contend for first
honors with such challengers as
George King Charlio Damron and
All considered a good year is ex-
pected and definite plans arc already
underway for the annual road trip
that is taken by the club but at
present plans for tho quartet tryout
are paramount. Meetings are sched-
uled for weeks ahead and every one
is striving to 'make the grado' for
the final tilt which will come some
time this term.
Abilene Christian College
ON MIMS CORNER
Grace Hotel Barber Shop
COURTESY and efficiency are our
GRACE HOTEL BASEMENT
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN -"THE HOME OF GOOD DRINKS"
"Where the Price Is Right"
Visit our New Store when you are
down in the city.
"THE NEW THINGS
is what you will find here. We enrry
a complete line of
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FUR.
HIGH QUALITY SHOES DRY
GOODS AMD MILLINERY
at the lowest possible price because
- WE SELL FOR CASH
THE MONTGOMERY DRUG CO.
Hurrah for A. C. C.
COMPTON JEWELRY CO.
16t Cypress St.
COMPTON DRUG STORE
106 Pine St.
Appreciate your trade you are always welcomr
The marvelous growtli of Abilene Christian College i a
constant source of gratification and pride to all Abilene as well
as the entire Southwest.
We join in the welcome to students and facult) and wish for
cneL and everyone a year of great usefulness and benefit.
Abilene Printing 8c Stationery Co.
1069 North Second Street
We sell all kinds of school supplies and printing
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BOYS AND GIRLS OF A. C. C. GREETINGS
PALM BARBER SHOP
Make our shop 'Tour Shop." First Class Barbers Only
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And Cut to Order
ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
STYLES TAILORED OVER YOUTHFUL
CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVfCE IN THE UNITED STATES.
Vleta Bros. Confectionery
FRESH HOME MADE CANDIES OF ALL
KINDS. FOUNTAIN DRINKS
320 Chestnut Street
(The Men and Boy's Store)
Dress Headquarters for all COLLEGE STUDENTS
"Everything New That's Good"
Cash your checks here ute our 'Phone and "feel at home."
C. M. Presley
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS
IN ANY SPORT
"EXCLUSIVE SPORTING GOODS1'
Suits and Overcoats
40f 45f 50
S BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
i. ' OUR STORE IS THE
WFARIMr; APPARPI YOU CAN ALWAYS
BET ON HEARING GRISSOM'S BE-
cause GRISSOM'S isatrueDe-
PARTMENT STORE IN EVERY
SENSE OF THE WORD
Wo study the needs of students and instructors carefully in
order that wc may select merchandise that will satisfy and give
For the Winder Season we have smart apparel for everyone
To be friendly is our constant endeavor. We strie to make
If you will test out the service of this store examine the
quality of our merchandise note the courteous treatment yon
will understand why we continue to make friends.
GRISSOM'S HAS THE FOOTBALL
STICKERS FOR YOUR CAR. THEY
ARE IN A. C. C. COLORS. ASK
FOR ONE WHEN YOU COME IN.
Leave your shoe repair work at the College Tailor Shop
We call for and deliver daily
Goodyear Shoe Shop
Step Across the Track and Drink at
Bethel Drug Store
Harvy Hays Ex-Student and Friend to
A. C. C. Will Appreciate Your Business
Dealer in Drugs Sundries Pangbutns Ice Cream and Candies
HARVY HAYS DRUG CO.
OPPOSITE GRACE HOTE.L
PHONE 400 1
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 30, 1926, newspaper, September 30, 1926; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth91365/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.