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Dr. Nixon Speaks in Chapel — Philos Take Unique “Hay-Ride” — In The Chapel — Gospel Team at Work — Our Evangelist — Influence of Holiness League Increases — Prof. Pogue Speaks On The Essence of Religion — Thalos Hold Night of Mystery-Ghostly Atmosphere Pervades — Responsibility — Join the Athletic Association — Revival Essentials — Recent Additions — Gem Features Greater Taylor — There’s A Reason — Peace Or Perish — Halloween Adventure — The Anti-Cigarette Alliance — Real Optimism — Program For the Year Is Started — Frosh Night — The Spirit of Autumn — Mr. Jones Surprised — Novelty Sextette Gives Program At Matthews — Not To Be Missed — Birthday Party — The Man I’d Like To Be — Class Roll of ’25 — Girls’ Quartet Busy — Dr. Paul Announces Open House — Debating Yields — The South is Here-Well — Miss Cline Leads Prayer Meeting — Taylor Loses Friend — Explosive Game — Why You Should Join the Volunteers — “Kinds of Prayer” — Former Graduate Shows Worthy Record — Rev. Maitland Speaks At Ministerial Meeting — Powder — Dr. Shoemaker Takes Upland Charege — The Taylor Calendar — Locals — Mrs. Egbert Leads Sunday School Class

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The Echo: October 30, 1925

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