The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 6, 1928 Page: 4 of 4
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'Friday December 7
.4 11:00 A. M Chapel sorvico address by Brother Pullias.
. 7:15 P.M. Church aervieo.
Saturday December 8
11:00 A. M. Chapel service sermon by Evangelist Pullias.
7:15 P. M. Church service.
''Sunday Dccembor 9
9:45 A. M. Sunday School.
10:45 A. M. Church service sermon by O. M. Pullias.
11:45 A.M. Lord's Supper.
7 :15 P. M. Church service sermon by Brother Pulhas.
' 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper.
.'Monday December 10
10 :00 A. M. Chapel service.
6:30 P. M. Young Men's meeting.
"Tuesday December 11
10:00 A. M. Chapel service address by Brother Showaltcr.
4:30 P. M. Choral Club practice.
6:15 P. M. Glee Club practice.
7 :30 P. M. Recital by Fine Arts Department.
Wednesday December 12
4 10 :00 A. M. Chapel service song morning.
3 :30 P. M. Make-Up class meets in room 7.
6 :15 P. M. Mission Study class meets.
7:15 P. M. Prayer meeting.
'Thursday December 13 '
10 :00 A. M. Chapel service address by Brother Yowell.
:i 6:30 P. M. Optimists handed out in press room.
7:00 P. M. Dramatic club play.
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY IS
GROWING RAPIDLY IN A. C. C.
(Continued from pace 1)
kins. He also took courses under Dr.
E. R. Turner an authority on Euro-
pean history; Dr. Frank an authority
on Roman history and Dr. Willough-
by an authority on political science.
Professor Brown thinks that tho
Btudy of history is of vital import-
ance. Ho says "One who has not
studied history in recent years is out
of date. All tho archives of tho
world aro being opened to tho public
and it is important that we know his-
tory in order that we can better real-
izo their value and change our view
D. Vaughn Wins
VICKERY LOSES SHOES TWICE
AND WINS 7TH PLACE IN
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Dylo Vaughn tacked up a second
track recrod along with his mile rec-
ord in tho T. I. A. A. when ho
crowded Hastings of Sam Houston
out of first place in tho last fifty
yards of tho three mile cross-country
race over rain-soaked roads at Hunts-
ville Turkey Day. Dylo clipped off
the distance in 15 minutes and G sec
onds to set a. new T. I. A. A. record
for the three miles in spite of the
fact that the runners haatQ-ESttO'
It-wasan ill day "for Hastings
when C6ach Weems decided to try
his famous mile man out in the long-
er run at the T. I. A. A. cross-country
meet this year for Hastings
would have finished first with a
brand new record if it had not been
for tho fleetfooted Vaughn from A.
C. C. Vickery was in the lend of the
field of 23 trackmen with Vaughn
and Hastings until he lost his shoe
but he finished seventh in spite of
this mishap. Vaughn was content to
follow Hastings until the last fifty
yards when ho sprinted ahead of the
Sam Houston distance man to tako
Incidently the T. I. A. A. two-mile
recrod was nlso broken in this raco.
Hastings had formerly held the three-
mile recrod on the cinder path with n
time of 15 minutes and ten seconds.
ANNUAL MEETING IS BEGUN
BY COLLEGE CHURCH SUNDAY
(Continued from page 1).
tians. should study tho Bible until
they crave it like an habitual user of
tobacco craves a chew.
Brother Pullias said that every-
thing in the Bible was placed there
by God for tho spirit's education to
show more clearly God's grace and
his plan of salvation and that tho
spirit should bo fed all of tho Bible
and nothing else.
Pullias Stresses Perfection
Tuesday night speaking under tho
general subject of "Growth" Brother
Pullias told tho congregation that
Christians sliould strivo to grow unto
perfection. He emphasized tho fact
that God is not reconciled to man
but man to God and that man had
to becomo perfect even as God is
perfect. He said that God would do
nothing for a man while ho remained
in sin but that when he repented of
his sins and did his best to live tho
Christian life that God would do tho
God sent his Son to tho earth as
an example for men to follow and left
the Bible as a witness of this life in
order that men may know tho perfect
life and strive to nttain unto it he
continued. Thero is therefore no cx-
cuso that would bo acceptable ns a
reason for failing to live tho perfect
life Pullias averred.
Salvation Is Discussed
"Grow unto Salvation" was the
subject discussed by Brother Pullias
Tuesday morning. He said that sal-
vation did not come immediately upon
resentence but that Christians grew
unto it. A Christian who nover
grows is a burden on the church like
an individual in that condition physi-
cally would bo in .this world tho
evangelist stated. Ho would also
have about the same chance of reach-
ing heaven as an individual who failed
to grow would have of attaining suc-
cess in tho world. Tho only time that
salvation would come immediately
after obedience would be in case of
death. Salvation from past sins
comes immediately upon repentence
and obedience but it is necessary to
grow unto the salvation of the soul
was the conclusion of the speaker.
FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT WILL
PRESENT VARIED PROGRAM
(Continued from page 1).
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Pauline. Owen. '
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Betty at the Baseball Game Un
known Nettie Mae Bacon.
Tho Highwayman Alfred Noyes
Tho Night Before Christmas (plan-
ologuo) Moore Mary Bello Mc-
Donald. (Mary Louise Stcgall ac-
companist.) Thou Art tho Night Wind Hodloy
Choral Club. .
Rain Curran Choral Club.
Love's Old Sweet Song Anony-
mous Gleo Club.
The Old Road Scott Glee Club.
Class In Tennis
With tho T. I. A. A. crown in
vlow Coach Hill has organized his
men for a courso of study in tennis
fundamentals. At its first meeting
Tuesday of this week; tho club de-
cided to start "skull" prnctlco imme-
diately with Tilden's book "How to
Play Tennis" as a text.
Tho class intends to start with tho
very first steps in tonnis. The coach
hopes to devolop somo first class
players by tho next tennis season.
Tennis prospects this year are bet
ter than over before. Three letter
men Bcasloy Reese and Derrick will
turn out for training again. Tho
ranks have also been strengthened
by tho addition of Roy Moody coc-
junlor champ of San Antonio and
James Cullor former Slaton JiUgh
school player. Other promising pros-
pects are seen in members attonding
Girls and boys wishing to attend
classes regularly for study are re-
quested to see Hubert Derrick and
obtain a text book. The next meeting
will bo held at ono o'clock Friday
in room 11 Derrick says.
PULLIAS TO ADDRESS
the College church will 'speak to the
preacher students tomorrow after'
nbon at 3:30 in room 10. Ho will
present somo lessons from tho Old
Testament at that time.
Mr; Pullias .has been speaking twice
daily since last Sunday morning.
Hundreds havo listened to his inspir-
ing messages at every service
Prcachor students nro' looking for-
ward to his address tomorrow after-
noon Clarcnco Bryant chairman of
tho program committee states.
Tho meeting tomorrow afternoon
will bo open to everyone Bryaht says
Evangelist C. M. Pullias minister
for the Pearl and Bryan Street
Church of Christ Dallas and who is
at present conducting a meeting for
C. M. Presley
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 6, 1928, newspaper, December 6, 1928; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth91450/m1/4/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.