The Prism (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 18, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWXWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER IS 1915
INATIOfl FOR FALL TERM
PRISM TO HAVE BIG YOUNG MEN'S CHRIST-
CHRISTMAS EDITION IAN ASSOCIATION
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PICNIC A SUCCESS
CHUISTl Y. ASSOCIATIONS EN-
JOY OUTING AT BAYOU.
The Prism to very grateful to the
Faculty and students for their support
thus far and sincerely hopes that both
will continue their loyalty in the fu-
ture. The staff feels in fact we all
1 fcei that The Prism has been a great
' success und a valuable asset to out-
college. True we did have a little
difficulty in starting and for u time it
really did look gloomy for us. But
with a great deal of courage und hard
work a little planning and the hearty
co-operation of the faculty and stu-
dents wo have moved successfully
through the first term of the school
The banner edition of The Prism I'oi
this year will be published December
"Ye Okie Tow no Quartette" will
royally entertain u crowd of people
I-'iiday night of this week. The Cluint-
iau Tabernacle is the place and eight
o'clock is the hour it begins.
The quartette is composed of foul
brilliant young men. Here is what
people say who have been entertained
"The Quartette gave one of the best
entertainments given this season in
Colby. Their program is arranged so
as to give variety to the entertainment
and the selections are new and up-to-date
solo duets trios and quartettes
v ilh an occasional humorous number.
The Quartette was repeatedly encored
which showed that thetir music wa.'
I BROWNWOOD OPTICAL CO.
t DR. HALES "KNOWS EYES"
WE GRIND OUli OWN I.LNSKS.
The jolly ciowd of picnickers excited
the envy of all who are not members
of the Y. M. C. A. anil Y. W. C. A.
when they left the college grounds at
four p. m. Satuiday afternoon for a
hike to the country. Upon reaching
the new dam on the Bayou a big bon
lire was built and boon a number of
"Wicnntas" were being roasted by the
merrymakers giving promise of a sub-
stantial feast later.
After the ample lunch had been (lis-
16th and will be known as TheCluist
mas edition. We hope to make this I
the best and biggest edition ever pub-
lished by any college of our size in
Texas. Do you want to see it go? '
Then get behind it and push. Patro-
nize and boost our advertisers for
they are the backbone of our paper.
If this Christmas edition is a success j
it will be because our advertisers make
it so and not by any effort we might
make. We have promised to patronize
our advertisers who in turn havi
promised to support us. They have
lived up to their contract in every re-
spect. Now let us live up to ours In
the same way.
There are many ways in which ev-
ery student can help make this
Christmas edition a success. First of
all support The Prism advertisers.
They are going to advertise thoi
Christmas goods more extensively in
this edition than in any other. Do all I
your Christmas shopping with them I
before you leave Brownwood. Tlicj
are going to stand by us throughout I
the year and certainly they deserve
every bit of your patronage at this
particular time. Supply yourself with
"Mutual Interest Cards" and start
boosting right now.
Every student should write some-
thing for this edition. Of course all
the articles could not be gotten into
this issue if every student should
write one but it will be a great help to
the staff in getting the very best by
having a large number to sclct from.
The Prism offers a prize of 1.00 for
I the best article entitled: "Why I
i Patronize Prism Advertisers" this ar-
posed of the party grouped around the
glowing embers and roasted marsh-
mellows until a late hour. Outdoor
games were then indulged in for some
time after which the party turned
their steps homeward wishing that
such u treat might be enjoyed more
appreciated. Mr. Greene also made n j
hit in his reading." Colby Tiihune.
Now you see they not only sing but
have a number of original impel son"
S imeonc says:
"I must get my lessons and 1 can't
go." That sounds good if you onl
leave olf the "can't" part. You cai
do anj thing you want to about this
Hurry and got your lessons up and ge
any wa. Hut go whether you get
your lessons or not. 1 say this be
cuuse this good lyceum number shouh
he a part of your education.
You can got a season ticket for tin
lomnining live numbers of this coin sc
at a bargain.
You are join own boss; come! Let
'he Quartette inspire you with its
nost excellent entertainment.
tide to be published ill the Christ mat.
At present we do not know hov
large the Christmas edition will le
It may have ten pages or it may havi
twenty-live. It's sio depends upo'
the interest you take in it and th
amount of boosting you do. And il
you would have it succeed begin to do
vour pint now and continue until the
Y. LL A.
Wu had a linger number of girls
present last Wednesday than wo have
had since school opened and wo took
in four now members. We ate veiy
glad to see the increase of interest in
the Y. W. C. A. work on the part of
our girls; and wc know that later in
IKe the girls will be glad to say that
they took a part in Y. W. C. A. while
in Howard Payne.
The subject for discussion was
"Love" and wo had helpful talks on
the following subjects:
"The Scope of Love" by Abbie
"The Cha-.actoristio.s of Love" b
"Individual Blessings of Love." In
"Collective Blessings of Love" b
"The Fulliillmeiit of Love in Christ"
by Velnia Lindsey.
"What Love Has Done For The
World" by Ch o McChristy.
The Chairmen of the different com-
mittees made their reports. The le-
port given by Miss Staten the chair-
man of the Practical Needs- Committee
was especially ood. This committee
is planning many good tilings hih
it hopes to accomplish during the year.
It has planned to keep llowers on the
table during chapel exorcises and to
place a little card just inside of the
studv hull iloer it'i In lpf'u1 thoughts
WEEK OF PUAYEK FOB Y. M.C. A.
Will Bo OhsoiM'd lij Associations
Throughout Failed Slates and
MISS Mi MS WINS I'lBST
PUl.E IN PBIS.M CONTEST
Wednesday morning chapel hour
wan o-iven over in behalf of The Prism
Professor Winbrenner conducted the
service and awarded the prizes to the
winning contestants. Miss Minis won
list prize by a small vote. Her total
vote was Hi 750. Miss McCauley ran
a close second with Miss Minis her to-
tal vote being 15700 making a differ-
ence of 1050. Miss Howard won third
prize with a total vote of 0100.
Boost for The Christmas Edition.
The subject for pi aver today is ' Tl e
Association in Its isolation to the
Christian Church." Tomorrow "Di-
vine Help to Meet the Pressing I'i ob-
tains of Our Day;" Wednesday "l!ns-
ing Up of I ead"rs n 1 WoW.-eis:"
Thursday "Woik A c i a .. M-ii
and Non-Christi:'ii laid :' i:i'a
"Association Men at Work Among the
Millions of .Men Nov. I'll r i-un;"
Saturday "Piesenatton ol the I-itor-nutional
Bonds Among the Associa-
tions of the World in the Midst of the
"On Behalf of the World's Co i -it-tee
and o' the As -i:-tii:i Moven.e.it
of North America we call upon t' e
Young Men'.i Christian A..- oi..t;i!iul
the United States and Canada tin
leaders of the churches and all others
who have at heart the religious wel-
fare of oung men and boys to ob-
:orve the week beginning Sunday
Nov. 1 I as a week of prayer for joung
men. For over half a century the as-
sociations of the worldhave united in
this most potent observance. Then-
is something deeply impressive in the
fact that vast multitudes of earnest
followers of Christ of so many Christ-
Ian communions and of so many lands
and races as well as all classes ni-d
conditions a:e thus united in the ox-
'croise of the greatest force at woik
among men." This is the call issued
by Alfred E. Mnrliug chairman of the
international committee and explains
the object of the week of prayer.
SANITARY BARBER SHOP M. J. WETZEL PROPRIETOR 106 CENTER AVENUE
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