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April 7, 1021
General College News
ANTI-TOM ACCO LEAf.tK
The program Sunday afternoon
wan brief and Interesting. Burton
Johnson talked on "Victory thru Sac
riflce." Miss Mittie Daniels read an
anti-toh8.ro story, and Mis Lula
Owens nnd Miss Nolle Bailey sang a
On Sunday, April 17th, the Ant!
Tobacco league meets in joint ses
sion with the Mountain Volunteer
Tshernarle Echoes from Evangelistic
CamnAlvil In flnrlniutl
The .vpnn lerm nrinffs w ua . You fnnot th gUndar, 0f
number of new atudenta whom w h
are. ery lad to welcome to our al-' ymWf pot to fo Mf(hft th,n thf p,y
reany iars;e lamuy.
Messrs. .le Holtxclaw and Gray
Garner from Stanford, Ky., were here
last Sunday visiting their frienda in
Mis Ollie Ma Parker, who ha
been ill for several days, la able to
resume her achool duties again.
A DANDY-LION COMrLAINT
By Walt Maaon
When winter'a done ita dirty
wnrae, and vernal breezes blow, the
dandelion ia the flrat of bloom inn
things to grow; it calmly reara its
yellow head aa soon aa there's a
thaw, and it has oftentimes been
said there ous;ht to be a law. The
grass that coat auch toil and rare
prows not, at spring's beheet, and
Runrl. A splendid program has been
arranged ' oorf,ini fr the year came last Sat-
Preparations for the annual Anti- ""Iny night in the second annual de-'
Tobacco League plav arc under way. bte between the Union and Excel-J
.ml If I. expected that the nlav will ior literary Societies. The que.
envelope to find out the rauae of vice
and virtue and It's In the hearts of
men and women.
Some people are ao darned stingy
that they never give away 10 cent
that they don't sine:, "God Be With many ghastly spots are bare aave for
, You Till We Meet Again."' j the yellow peat. And man survey
I I titi nannU mi niuii mni ihlv ' h ia freckleit lawn, and heavea a
One of the Normal School's hi ... ... .. I .), r .;,, nd n,i,ttr low ."So
.viiik win vury hiiiivii miu ' ' n.imn . . ........ . v -
nose to keep from wearing; their j help me, John, whatever's lovely dies;
false teeth out. They'd steal a fly the costly plants I bought laat year,
from a blind spider. ' were killed by frost and anow, but
An angel of Heaven could not come all around me, far and near, the
in the College Tabernacle.
Y. W. C. A.
he Riven near the end of this month tion was: Resolved, That the United tj c,nfinna and ,ive tvro wprks ,,n.l dandelion grow. The daisiea were
Matea onjrress anoum pass a aw wf ve Jo(if with,too g(Ha t that wcre my hop.,
that would prohibit all foreign 1m- . ,f , w.v ..ithoui ! n.l nri.le: mv ros.. trees neriahed in
firat being disinfected and fumigated j the blast, my pink victrolaa died; they
and given a bath In lysol and car- withered in the storm king's breath,
bollc acid. ! they could not keep alive, but where
A man said to me: "It was a, my tulips died the death the dandc
mighty little thine to drive Adam nn. I lions thrive. Ah, woe la me," says
Eve out of the Garden of Eden be-1 Mr. Man, "this life Is full of stings;
canae they ate nn apple." God ili.In't it seems to be Dame Nature's plan
give a rap Bbout the apple. It ' to swat the lovely things. The pood
the principle. ! and useful man will die, and leave
Come on, you force of Iniquity. I the town in tears, and aome old cheap
defy everyone of you trnducera; come nnd noxious guy will live a hundre I
on, you triple extract of infamy; years. In human life, aa on mv
come on, you assassins of rharartoi ; lawn, the lovely thinpa must po, and
come on, you sponsors of harlotry; where the prass is dead and pone the
come on, you defamers of God and dandelions prow,
enemlea of the church; come on, you
bull-necked, beetle-browed, hog-jow led-
peanut brained, weasel-eycd f ur-j BOY SCOUT CAMP IN FRANCE
fl'iahera. false alarms nnd excess hair-1
pape. in the name or t,oa, i cnat
reason to be proud of the men whi
represented them, even tho the de
cision was given in favor of the ncg-
MONEY OR MORALITY?
It is pratifyinir to all right-thinking
people that a real wave of pro
test against immoral or indecent
films is sweepinp over this country,
and motion picture producers and
managers are beginning to feel it.
vuniinviuuiK on inis nuttier, ruu"n- , , , - .
i ,l L . Tt ii i lenpe and defy you
ally, the Christian Herald remarks:
A group of film companies control-
ling ninety percent of the American
output have made public their inten
tion to reform the business and in
the future give tho public only those
pictures that shall be free from oFt-
mi prat ion for a period of five years. 1
Sunday evening April 4. the thro , Racklpy Wa,u Q Vmgmt and John
divisions of the . . C. A. came ... -,,: ..t,.
topether for a joint meeting in Main R pran1(1 Brook,
Chapel, to install the new cabinet LilWil0t mnd EImer c. Mullin!,. The
members. subject was ably presented by both
After the song service M.as Oath-1 both have wry
erine iiaiey, ine reiirmg presmeni,
eomluited ilevotions and the installa
tion services. When the entire cabi-
net luon inv i'iviiki; vi vur mwh in- ajy
tion, the new president, Miss Mary
Johnson, took the chair and outlined
the constructive program for the
coming year. Each new cabinet
member in turn explained her duties
and expressed her earnest desire to
fulfill them to the best of her ability.
The new cabinet consists of the
Student Member of the Advisory
Board Catherine Haley
Dresident Mary C. Johnson
Vice President and Membership
Chairman Mary LafTerty!
Treasurer and Finance Chairman
Secretary Leone GratT
Chairman of Kentucky Hull Division
Chairman of James Hall Division . .
Mary Kate Ledbetter
Sunday Evening Devotional Meeting
Chairman Lucy Sievers
Thursday Evening Prayer Meeting
Chairman Avo Winton
World Fellowship Chairninn
Social Service Chairman
Social Chairman .... Jimmy Norton
News Chairman Mildred Mabie
Poster Chairman Jewel Elan
Music Chairman .... Dymple Payiie
Room Committtee Chairman
At a recent meeting action wm ;
taken by the Y. W. C. A. Advisory
Board that provisions be made fr
the retiring president to become the
Student Member of that Board. j
There is every reason to believe
that the coming year, with such a
"poppy" cabinet, will bo very success
ful in making the Berea Students'
Y. W. C. A. Organization the best
of any in the State. !
REASONS FOR BANKING WITH
THE BEREA BANK TRUST CO.
REASON NO. 3 Safe Businesslike Management
Fifty stockholders scattered throuRhout our banking territory,
11 of financial responsibility, honesty, integrity, who will give
you reliable advice concerning your financial affairs. If you
re looking for a good bank ask our nearest stockholder. He
will tell you about us.
See Reason No. 4 next week.
BEREA BANK C& TRUST
Located on Main Street and Dixie Highway. Herea. Ky.
J. W. STEPHENS. President JOHN F. DEAN. Cashier
Welcome the Saiour the Only
Thing That Can Free the
People of Sin
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tin 1 T n f t. !
J : I ' li til
In a most eloquent and impressive
iectionnble features. These promises sermon last Thursday flight, the
of ilean films are gratifying to the evangelist pictured Christ as ready
. r 1.
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if tin- l'n Seoul, nf
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.ill tl Ue nt tin-
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The Itiiiniiiis lui'l ii il iv of pnnfli-a
! Hon. and In t It ttrse of time ide
j sfeoml day of Ke'irniry was rnll.it
I ttie feast of ttte piif.lii'iit'.on or pre
! Hetitntloti of t'lirNt in 'lie temple. At
' tlie ltefiiriiKilinii the rereiiiniilH of
I I'liinlleiiiHs lii were not nilitieit s'l
'at oltee. Henry VIII pro. I:i i tn.-.l Hint
1 In rumtlellill. I .-1 It till 1 1 l.e ..i-
1 etnreil flint tb. l.-ir'i.tf of emultei l
1..iiii In iiietin'r nf Hir!it the '!r't
mil Itirtit. ! S:i-i.nt 'II I pr.ipliexv
ns It Is re:ii In ilin li'tf. Ii tltut i!y."
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public which is demanding a recon
struction of the whole film standard.
But what of the pa-t?
There are some very bad films be
imr shown all over the country by the
companies promising to reform. But
and willing to enter the hearts of u!l
who would listen to His mute ap
peal. Storming thru his sermon in the
rapid fire llow of words that char
arteries hts delivery, the evangelist
Ii.' ...v s in t!,i- i':ii';
t. ' I . lit' ii'(.ri !
I'. it I-
some of these companies say in cf- spared nothing to tell his audieni
foct that after investing millions in
these questionable films they cannot
afford to withdraw them for exhibi
tion. How about that ?
Must the public continue to endure
demoralizing pictures because they
were made before the pledges of re
forming films were made?
Must the loss of money be set over
against the loss of clean thinking?
Can"the future be reformed unless
tho past goes with it?
DON'T BE AFRAID
WE MI ST NOT FAIL
Paper bowls, miniatures of those
seen thruout China, have been re
ceived from New York by the China
i Famine Fund in Louisville, of which atonement for sin.
, Rev. E. Y. Mullins is Chairman, resurrection of Jesus Christ I have
Within these paper bowls are small staked my salvation on a dead Jew
j morsels of the only food that is aus- sleeping in the tomb of Joseph of Ari-
j taining life in the 40,000,000 inhabi- r.iathea. But in Jesus Christ I have
that salvation was theirs for the a-k-ing,
but that God coulil not thru.-t
it upon them.
"Christ's spirit is knocking at th
portals of your hearts riirht now, and
seme nf you are having a struggle
to keep from letting Him in. Open
the door and welcome the only thin"
that can fiee you of sin ami keep yim
free for all time. Remember that
you have had the chance to be saved
ur.d that you have only yourself to
blame if you do not take what God
so freely offers those who will openly
"Without the life of Jesus Christ
there is no perfect teacher. Without
the death of Jesus Christ there is no
And without th"
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t,. of Mr. l'.:t f. ; : ' hs
was fnrtmrlv ..I'ettkJ.V
uti's i f Siiskalchewiiu,
The greatest enemy of the human tants of the famine area in North
race is Fear. j Central China; a coarse flour made
If we could banish Fear in all its from tree bark, dry leaves and roots,
forms, it would mean mora to civili-! 'nicn pulverized and mixed with
zation than any previous step in evo-i water to be baked into cakes,
lution. Health would be immeasura-l Dr- Mullins announces that he will
bly improved; much unhappiness j en1 to any school teacher or Sun
would be wiped out; efficiency would i day-school teacher a supply of these
be (rreatly increased, and success i bowIs t0 be Bhown t0 the cIass- Th
would h tb ml With fh Kimovnl i this medium it is expected that the
my way, my truth, my life made
"Take Jesus Christ as a companion.
was a scout ilelcimte from I'ltnada to
the i on. nation of K.tu- Ii ore. mid
mi. tin- nrcniiiT and (l.reitur for
two i ars ot tin' Imy m oiiis of Mjsore,
Ati.iiliiT a .i-taiit of Mr. I'.ari'lnv's
Is I'.irl.le r.olliui Stuiili. mi under
tnidu.ile sludetit at Ainheisf, wlni.e
liotne Is in Mitiiplils, lel.lt. Ills pe
clnlty in tin- camp siliool Is nqtlHtics.
Don't treat Him as something to keep su iininlnc life saMni: tiinl niaiiy (onus
around the house as you would an
idol. Give Him a chance to keep you
out of evil.
"You keep Him out for one of tw
reasons, for the things that are in
your life that He will cast out when
of water spurt lieu to Ira lice, tie Is
hI-ii in i luiie of hoxiut;. wrestling
Hud similar lim it of UMiru
of Fear would come real human ! plteht of the Chinese will be brought He comes in, or the things that He
brotherhood. True democracy would ( home to the children of Kentucky, w ill bring with Him when He rnmea,
begin. I ay D'i Mullins. In sending out the that you haven't got and never will
If m ... .. ,n .. ! bowls he says: have until He comes. He takes these
jv niv ai v w " i i( l I' J I I
as efficient, or as successful as you j "The one chance of life that re- things wherever He goes and He will
would like to be, you may find the ' main to millions of men, women and change you.
why in your Fears. I children Is In help from America. "One of those two reasons is that f
"As a man thinketh in his heart. They nave n 0,hPr nn- we a- yu rezue tn ne a 1 ""stian. It
g0 g j,e( phygicaijj in disposition, manded an open door In China when doesn't make any difference who you
and in circumstances. Fear-thought w, !""Ut-rht her trade. Ours must not are or what you say to the world,
ia toxic destructive and harmful. be closed door now that the Chinese When Jesus Christ enters out goes
Some forms of Fear-thought aw ', need ne,P-" that revengeful, malicious, unforgiv.
worry, hatred, jealousy, despair, I "Most of us eat too much Sunday, ing spirit. Out go lying and drink-
anger,' melancholy, discouragement, Many of us eat too much at other ing. Out po these things that curse
depression, fretfulness, self-con- times. Save the surplus for starving your manhood ami womanhood."
sciousness,' lack of self-confidence and rhina- rhina ,s ,n the rin of the .
foreboding. worst calamity in history. She turns ,
Faith Is the antidote. Faith op-1 America as her oldest and richest Henry Ford says that cows are su-
poses fear thru such forms of think- i friend whom she has learned to trust, perfluous and that a machine can take
ing as love, optimism, peace, har-j America can not Ignore her call and their place. It is a safe bet that h.s
mony. poise, courage, determination,! M those helpless people die without flivver has already weaned more boy
...Ifnnfi.lenrP. trenrth and whole-1 effort to save them." from milking than any other modern
i a : ir .i c- i . i r
- iriYt'iiiiuu. - nut nuij'iiur opruit
WITTY AND WISE 1 (Colo.) Times.
A Swede entered a postaflicc in
the northwest and inquired:
"Ban any letters for me today?"
"What name, please?"
"A y tank de name is on de letter."
It is still lawful for the prune to
pet stewed. Florida Times-Union
Why feel so blue? The worst has j
never happened and never will. Ness j
aomeness. Faith Is harmonizlnp, re
Tivifyinp and healing.
Fear of failure is also caused by not
thinking well enough of one's self.
To banish this and all other forms
of fear, one needs another kind of
thinking. Replace Fear-thoughts with
Faith-thoughts, and systematically
cultivate the new line of thinking
until It rets to be a habit.
Take a mental Inventory today!
Seek out your hidden mental weak
nesses and expose them to the light
of fearless analysis. Get to work
upon ynp Fears and run them out.i
Flood your whole mental retflon with
Repeat daily and the results will , back buttered. Brookfleld
amaze you. C. Franklin Leavitt, M. Budget.
D in Forbes Magazine (N.T.)
Saddles, Bridlea, Collars, Breech
ing;. Check Line and all Harness
Parts at the Very Lowest Price.
All Good, Selected, New Stock
Bought in the Laat Tea Days.
PRICES THE LOWEST, QUAL
ITY THE BEST.
Short Street Berea, Ky.
Berea College Hospital
City (Kans.) News.
Some men do what their wives tell
them to do, and some men are not
married. Rochester (Minn.) Sentinel.
Some people cast their bread upon
the waters and expect it to come
The cheek-to-cheek dancers natural-
"A poet la born, not made" but , ly hava to hava their weak heads
ao is everybody else.
propped up. Flint (Mich.) Journal.
! Best bj..ipment ami Herricr Lowest Cost. Wrd for Men nd fur Womrn.
Sun-rarlur, I'rivale Koum, Main, fcieciric nrrvicr.
Surgery, Car in Child birth. Eye, Note and Ear
Come in anil visit aa cuMUhmmt, which is a trieml in need,
and in reach ol all the people.
Kobkrt H. Cowi.ky, M.l., Phynlclan
Habi.an Hi iniv, Ml)., I'hrician
Mahy S. Wkim..b, M. Ii., I'hytician
Mii. Mav I.onoachs, R.N., huperiiilrmieni
Mist Hilda Silukkmasn, K.N Head Nurst
CHANCE IN RATES
Beginning March t, the rates for board and room of private
pat unit will lie $i to $iM per week. The ralr.i for patient!
cared (or in the wardt will remain the lame l per day.
liy Urdi-r of Prudential Committee, Berea College
The biggest men in the world to
day, the biggest men in history, the
men who have made the most money,
done the most good, and in every
way been the most successful, have
heiii what is termed (lodfearing
nun. No nse in trying to dodge
facts, and this is one of them.
No brass band, no pipe organ ran
hold a i tin. lie to the music mother
tllC MJ'ptttlitlT.C!.! "1
Berea Drug Co.
As our Kt-presentatives
Orders for Cut I'h.nery I'lorul
Wraiths, Driorativc .Arrangements,
Plants and other I loral requisites
nuiq he placed with them ivith the
assurance of a pwmpt, efficient
loral Sen ii e in everu detail.
John A. Keller Co.
U) Kasl Main St.
Does that old battery start your car?
If not, bring your trouble to us.
We rebuild all makes of batteries.
And we have for sale the "LexinKto'i Oversize
Battery" made in Lexington, Ky., with a
two-year guarantee adjustment. Weld
ing and auto repairing.
Call onus and give us a trial.
Dixie Auto Company
Main Street Richmond, Ky.