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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 September 1934

WTllilpif ?VBffliWilPT?.i- . -: "'" iyw t ' I- -?" i.-wwr.-r - A . - rav.rh. " . .-&"'. - 'r ? ' ."' A" - ' . r. ti -- v " ' ' v " " i. WELCOME VOL. 1 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 22 1934 No. 1 ft T ENROLLMENT IS LARGEST IN FIVE YEARS wW'fii1 CC & wiirw - Ti: n.t frtjain TiBii liviif"' rr i llli 'iin liTltii T FTBi iTf'lliitTln 1 1 1 i ."" t''"ftsrjP "..- rand t . I " : '.II .11 1 1 1 r 1 fey :ELGQMl . ?fa "v . - mm V' i i?. r V l". To start off this week's semester's and year's column we will break tho traditional beginning. How is this for a start? Good morhln Gals. If you havo any scandal worth telling br can make up something worth tell- ing drop around to the Brand office and don't forget it has been moved. If you can't find tho stairs leading to it como to the southwest corner of Abilene Hall and crawl through the window. It is roomy and at tho same tine it is very private. I think there will be plenty of night work for nil. What do you say we sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 September 1934

'$r p. 7 ? m 4- r-J V-V -.. V: tf - ' ' t tjir -P "4 t. . VI s THE BRAND l V- r - v S -f V J h It? R bV ' . It T v I-. j". a i. i.t " . - TjHW :. v Wl? .Brani A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by hc Hardiu-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail mutter June 22 1917 nt the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Assocjatjon 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor'-in-Chief Dan Tarpley Business Manager .......William K. Ramsey FOR THIS ISSUE EDITORIAL Gaines Shults Sam Chambers Willard Foster Myrtle Eugenia Hag- gard Mack Machcn Cearley Reed Kinard Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 September 1934

- f:- A THE I1RAND Tig TKr n - i.. -'. Better Dairy Products . j-""'Sw--ti -' Rafflwr 11 SERVE J) . 5 famftlXIn ?H La&aiMiii 1 2 -;' tA ' V r '-il;. H" r -'a - V s I r Tifntii t it- . ; 'A"' 2; law'- 11 Vj$V. ' COWBOYS TO TACKLE AMARILLO BADGERS ; Ranchers Expect f". Hard Battle With ; 4&; Panhandle Eleven Amarillo Coach Promises To "Throw Everying" At Cowhands fcSsV.H-S Sophs Show Stuff Ji-vHill White Davidson Ben- 7son ana jvicaen Arc un Injured List ' The Hnrdin-Slmmons university Cowboys will open their 1034 foot- ball Beason this afternoon at Ama- rillo when they engage the Amarillo Junior college Badgers at 2:30 in the Panhandle city. Coach Lcslio Cranfill left Friday morning with 28 men planning to arrive in Amarillo Saturday morning. The Cowboys wero to take a light workout at Plainview Friday after- noon. Although this gome may be thought of by many as a light "practice game" it will turn out to be much more than that according to rcporU from the North Texas city. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 September 1934

kflyl .- rv " . "v; j7 ?- 1" Page Fear THE BRAND h n. t 6 S yj '. . CwgWs T Emitertsifiini With Japanues Tea Tho Hardin-Simmons Cowgirls will begin this year's work with a Jap- anese tea Wednesday nftcrribon on tho third floor of tho sclenco hall it was decided at a regular meeting of tho organization Friday afternoon. All girls enrolled In school nro In- vited but freshmen nro requested to come between tho hours of thrco nnd four and upperclassmcn from four to six. Committees appointed for tho af- fair arc: entertainment Tommlo Boren; decoration Mary Balch; re- freshment Lillian Stokes. Old Cowgirls returning to school this year are Olllo Lena Olson presi- dent; Mildred Rlcheson vice-president; Mary Balch treasurer; Myrtlo Eugenia Haggard reporter; Irene McCreary Frances Eddie Beck Ruby Leo Stringer" Tommlo Boron Jane Gulnn Gcraldino Holmes Ruth King Lillian Stokes Margaret Daniels Lotn Fay Terry Annyce Dnlton Ovcsta McClcskcy. The office of secretary" left open when Sis Boaz did n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 September 1934

!fS"H5Sc?!ST' "" 'frcwsrifi. .. a i'i' "". 'j H. v i Let's Have A Special Let's Have A Special v.l VOL. 19 HARDIN-8IMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 29 1934 No. 2 Brand &hi V& . ... rmmy h i i" 'ft .' K ' C r - ' . tit l; r Bronco Staff Will Organize Tuesday Announces Editor Faculty Members Urged To Have Pictures Taken Before Rush Work on the Bronco has started and with the added enrollment it looks like a very successful year. More pictures will be made and that means a larger book. Class pictures will bo made beginning October 8. Faculty members are urged to have their pictures mado Monday and Tues- day afternoons from 1:30 to 4:00. This will avoid a rush when class pictures are being made. Now faculty pic- tures are being made for the first time in three years with tho now additions to the faculty and becauso some of the old faculty members wish to face the camera anew. All faculty members will have to have their pic- tures made in order to have them in tho 1935 B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 September 1934

t ji Kf. i Pat Tw THE BRAND "i Vc1 fl Ji ' y - 1-VJ LV K r tf- i & r SI g W!H W' ?.tL- HKStii WJ 'A ' ; kc a fV F& $r Rfcy A ' 7t ' J '- lrtf Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the ehool year by the Hardm-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall. Downtown Office: Abilcno Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief.... Business Manager FOR THIS EDITORIAL Gaines Shults Sam Chambers Willard Foster Myrtle Eugenia Hag- gard Mack Machcn Ccarley Reed Kinard Billy Morrow. Paulino Shiller Rose Ross Margnr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 September 1934

" -i 7 tt J (""vw-n N ' -' THE DRAND Pcge Three tj l. . ;: Pkri 4' V ftsK ? . T Better Dairy Products ; 11- 511 &&- SERVE $M v t- L J " IS - l.r I W- COWBOYS ITO FIGHT LOBOES TONIGHT "They Taste lietlei" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM 14th and Butternut Dial 3211 Serving Ifnrtlin-Simnions Patrons and Friends Daily Ranchers Attempt to Down Sul Ross Teachers Tonight For Opening Home Contest Probable starting line-up: Simmons Position Sul Ross Neely LE Colvin - Murphy LT Nooncaster Routh LG Robinson Jarnigan C .'..Grimes Calloway RG Graves ' Green RT. .". Addison Winters (c) RE Corll . Burgamy Q : Dobbs Rigsby LH Durham Milby RH McNeil Tyler F Pierce LOBOES COACH Curtain for Simmons 1934 home grid season rises tonight when Coach Les Cranf ill's charges encounter Sul Ross under the bright lights of Parramore field. Mystery is the one word that describes the possible prowess of the invading eleven from Alpine out in Far-West Texas. As this sheet goes to press word arrives here tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 September 1934

Xnu :i rrwii rr ' ' (T i i" Page Four THE BRAND Auditorium Scene GIVES RECITAL LEADS ENSEMBLE Of First-Program N u I' t Saxadefeir'g Nte Marra Powers IF Mew York City - A wcddinof exceptional interest was announced- September 22 when Miss Dorothy Sandcfcr niece of Dr. J. D. Sandcfer becamo the bride of Mr. Charles Powers of New York City. Mrs. Powers had made her homo in New York with the exception of tho past year when she returned to Wash- ington. Mrs. Powers was a former student of Hardin - Simmons univer- sity where she was elected by the vote of tho student body as all-unlvorslty queen in 1027. She was also a mem- ber of the Cowgirls o Ferf uson Hall Boys (Given Social By H.S.U. Teachers Prof and Mrs. E. M. Landers and Prof and Mrs. W. C. Ribblo enter- tained tho boys of Ferguson hall with a social in tho parlor of tho Fergu- son hall Tuesday evening from 0:30 to 7:30. Paul Wright New York was the chief entertainer. Ho played several numbers on tho piano. John Ccrml-naro- also ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 October 1934

kn- y -.' On To Wichita Tromp The Tigers i i K VdL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 0 10.11. No. 3 COWBOY BOOSTERS ICHITA FALLS mp l 1 I h. n - life f .'- r Players Announce New Members At Open House Social Incoming Members Initiated As Usual With Candle Light Service Members and officers of tho Play- ers club presented their new mem- bers to tho student body In an open house reception Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock in tho Fine Arts build- ing. Prior to tho reception nn initiation servico commonly called the Candle Light servico was administered to those who had been elected to mem- bership by cote of tho old members at a regular meeting a few weeks ngo. Tho following who arc regular members of tho group composed a receiving line welcoming guests in behalf of tho organization: Glen Mc- Laughlin vice-president J. L. Des- mond Albert King and Bob Moore. Sam Chambers newly elected presi- dent of the group was ill qnd unablo to attend. Following a brief period of welc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 October 1934

T. " i 1 H f .; 'i- - THE BRAND t i jw" Ik. Hi ppKF - late (. t i N r I L It -4" r It K tl ' 'Vu Jtf 1 W tt r T V t - ' . v . PlfiTft Ifyp .Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during tlio eehool year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 First Placo in Toxas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Officer First Floor Abilene Hall. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief. Dan Tarpley Busimws Manager ..........-... ............ ..... ...William K. Ramsey FOR THIS ISSUE EDITORIAL Gaines Shults Sam Chambers Willard Foster Myrtle Eugenia Hag- xard. Mack Mach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 October 1934

w THE BRAND TufXtmm-f It;1 s. -v iiyp ji ' w -s &' "t . 7 " : & . - A " :m& 11 LE RANCHERS AND TIGERS TANGLE TONIGHT SERVE RaiS" Tnv.i.Tm Laaiiiiz Btfetc Dairy Products "JVjcv Tojc Better" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM 1 4th and Butternut Dial 3211 Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily ISt. Edwards Tiff Will Be Contested On Wichita Field Inexperience Accounts For Rancher's Handicap In Coming Fray ' Winters On Injury List Tiger Defense Is Exposed By One-Sided Victory Of Baylor Bears THE COWBOYS WILL FACE THESE TONIGHT IN WICHITA FALLS Tonight at 8 o'clock on Coyoto field in Wichita Falls tho Hardin- Simmons Cowboys take on tho pow- erful Saint Edwards Tigers 1033 Texas conference champions for the first conference gnmo of the Reason. On paper tho Tigers have an edge over the Ranchers. St. Edwards has nine lcttcrmcn returning from last year's championship club and three members of last year's fnmous "Four Rockets" are in the backfield lineup again this year. i. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 October 1934

V - rfsfta-rsV- Fje Few THE BRAND Mlir -N-rj rijltpj M 1 Chuurdh Fts ffew Stodeints With Sodal nu IRodf (S&irdbini Hardin-Simmons university stud- cnta were feted Monday night by tho young people's department of tho First Baptist church with a Japancso tea on tho roof garden of tho educa- tional building. It was tho second all-university affair of tho semester and was held especially in honor of tho now students. Dr. Millard A. Jcnkens pastor Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burnam Mrs. Robert Jones Tommy Grant and Mr and Mrs. G. W. Waldrop wero at entran- ces to escort tho guests to tho roof whero E Q. Daniels in Jnpancso at- tire presented programs. Small fans on which names of tho students wero inscribed wero used to got acquaint- ed during a promenade hour. Entering in a rickshaw Edelweiss Jenkcns the mistress of ceremonies introduced her attendants who pre- sented tho program numbers. All wero in appropriate costumes. Faye Morrison and Mary Helen Terry gave a violin duct; Mary Alice Shor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 October 1934

f " N fadftifc aBl. -i -:.. C " I ".-. avr'wss .v? j : W. 1- READ THE BRAND ADS VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS. UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 20 1934 No. 6 HSU COWBOYS HOLD BAYLOR BEARS TO 13-6 T!ai!' nana READ THE BRAND ADS !Sii;Jfj24:4i'ti''iiJi:'Al Good Mnwnlnl It flccms that some of the students have the real Cowboy spirit to such n extent that they are changing the ole school into n real ranch and drove ole Boss into I'rof. Ford's private stable. Look out I It may be the beginning" of the rc-orgnn-iiatlon of the FortyNiners. To start this week's list of names come Mr. and Mrs. Scatter Winters the captain of tho football team and his wife. Of course it is mcro specu- lation to say whether or not she loves him but sho lives on his account. Mildred and Iran arc even more devoted this year than ever from all indications and indications are plen- tiful. Jast slip up behind some lone- some car and sure enough there arc the Bronco pilot and his Belle of Mankins sitting quietly. Anyway it i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 October 1934

' PP-1fT ICWWI . t3P -- v fe 5 ttrf U re TWe THE HRAND " " hJHSkM w; -. v ;. IMP XiTTUIU y t . - A WCCklV rnllrtrn nnwAnnnnr mililKHivl pvmv SkIiii-Hav Hnrinir hn school year by tho Hardin-Siminons Press Club in the interest of the f Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. r Entered as second class mail matter June 22. 1917. at tho Postofficc at J.t Allllrno Tovni nnilnr hkI nf MnrfVi .7 1019' r? II I I I " i'i M.i j M nT ' I """" "I --. ) P SubscriDtlon Price nnr venr 42.00 ?. rirsi nocc in icxns intercollegiate rrcss Association ivdi i-V rirst Place in Texas IntcrcoIlcQiate Press Association 1932 $1' First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 kv first Place in Icxns Intrmnlletrinln Pres. Association 1Q34 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. " Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarpley Business Manager William K. Ramsey t Aiwstant Business Manager .' Floyd Spieler MrtlUJiME van this issiif. IX s it" Timi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 October 1934

3j It-" tT .' THE BRAJfD Pace Three 'it . V. 1 & A -J BK9 it'- .ir s ( vBftmkfifV 'RsWHEm jffiHHlu MK WEATHERFORD COYOTES LICK FRESHMEN Fish Make Threat In Fourth Quarter On Kickof f Return Enemy Shows Superiority With Touchdown In Second Act Trinity Tigers Hold Cowhands To Scoreless Draw Hardin-Simmons Grid Hopes Are Based On These Tilt Is In Breckenridge Fifteen-Yard Penalty Plunges And End Runs Lead To Coyote Win Ilnrdln-Slmmons Cowboy Ycnrlings went down Thursday 21 to 0 against the smooth well-timed offense of the Weatlicrford college Coyotes in Iircckcnridge. The score was account ed for by three touchdowns a safety and one extra point. Using split bucks off tackle runs and dashes around the ends the Coy- otes demonstrated their superiority early In the game scoring their first touchdown on the second play of the second period. Receiving a Freshman punt on their own 45-yard line the Coyotes profited 15 yards on n clip- ping penalty then proceeded to click off the remaining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 October 1934

i WIW Page Four THE nRAND xy-ryrmmi 7 re s K At Mairy Frankg Mlemidlay An nlNunlvorslty reception was held Monday evening In Mary Frances hall with faculty members and stu- dents joining in the entertainment opening the social program for Ilnr-din-Simmons university. The parlors wero decorated with roses from the campus gardens bril- liant red for the assembly and blos- soms in pink shades for tho parlor. Mildred Rlcheson and Ivan Flynn greeted guests at tho door with in- vitations into tho reception rooms where Miss Mary E. Head dean of ' women headed tho formal receiving line. Others in tho receiving line wero Dr. and Mrs. K. N. Richardson Dr. and Mrs. Julius Olscn Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Wiggins Moxley Fcathcrston Rosa Crockett Mr. and Mrs; Edwin Young Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ribblc Miss Nenn Kate Ramsey Miss Mary Carter and N. J. Westmoreland. Margaret Upshaw Dobby Craighead and Jeanotto Norris wero ushers nnd .Irene McCrcary and Will Edwin Routh Invited guests into the parlors where Tomm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 October 1934

Brand hv SEE THE GRID GRAPH POUND THE PIRATES N..1 r VOL. 19 SENIORS ELECT RAGSDALE RANGE FOREMAN JfflaMowe'eim Party T B MaM If iniday Students Will Give Program Scheduled As Radio Broadcast Arrangements Arc In Charge of Miss Head and Class Presidents Selling Will Be Ghostly i Popular Radio Program Will Be Brought Before Student's Eyes Spooks goblins and witches will invtule the Hardin-Simmons univer- sity corral next Monday night from 7:30 until 10 o'clock during the all- university Halloween party which will be featured by a radio program of talent chosen from the student body. This program is an annual nffair and is the second all-university en- tertainment given this semester. The announcing will bo done by Gaines Shults Great Caesar's ghost over station STYX. The first part of the program will to the Early Birds. Other famous characters who will be heard on the broadcast include Amos and Andy Madame Queen Lightning and Will Rogers. Eddie Cantor will be on for a hum- orous hour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 October 1934

w ; 'iV THE JIUAND K -)- iStJf 3-v . Sit 1 fiv" k? . u ' V 4 "J K I1 . i ps 'T V'' . "I; 1! '. u- .wr i i " V- fj' Vf & i. ; - 3TtP (Brand ! " A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during Uie sckeol year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in tho interest of the k Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. J Entered as second class mail matter June 22-1917 nt the Postoffico nt V Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1933 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 Hall Happenings by Haggard Jane Guinn Talks Fo H-SU Classical Club Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. ' Ed itor-in-Chief . .. .. Dan Tnrplcy Business Manager ......... .William K. Ramsey Assistant Business Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 October 1934

t. r 't . J kVfcL THE BRAND '& J . t 11 J'A - V- h E 43v BpiK - III tfuffinfe i - A 1 ! T"n . 4 'ft .! J - kU '' ? l Simmons Cowhands Fight Pirates Tonight Ranchers Journey To Georgetown To Play In Pirate Tilt Play-by-Play Report Will Be Given For Students In Corral The Original Cowboy Team of Thirty-Eight Years Ago Injury List Decreased Opponents Reported Strong; Tic St. Edwards In 6 to 6 Match Simmons Cowhands attempt to hang Pirates from their own yardarm to- night when they engage Southwest- ern university in Georgetown. It will be the third bid this season for n vic- tory in Texas conference competition and it will also be homecoming for the team thnt tied St. Edwards G to G. Twenty-five men left lato yostcr- ' day with Coaches Les Cranflli and Vie Payne for the site of action. The Ranchmen meet the Corsairs unhnn- dicapped by injuries and in practical- ly the best "mental" condition the club has seen this year. In brief the locals are expecting a real battle and are prepar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 October 1934

.?' . Page Four THE BRAND fc 0 J M b rr '-? 'VI L '' .1 t wmm Ed wist Yawuunig IHtomuDire Finn Arts F&onltw With PaiPtv'AXUuwoMS Tho faculty of tho flno arts depart- ment was entertained Thursday eve- ning with a party In tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Young 042 Victoria street Abilene. Tho program was In tho form of n comic opera. Humorous readings were given by Mrs. Lola Gibson-Denton Mrs Marlon McClurc and Mr. II. J. Barrett. Mrs. H. J. Barrett Mr. John Ccrmlnaro and Miss Ruth Schclbc contributed songs. Mr. Ma- rion McCluro furnished a solo on a comb. Other soloists wcro Miss Ncna Koto Ramsey Mr. Edwin Young Miss A. M. Carpenter nnd Mrs. M. Dart. Refreshments wcro served at the close of the program o Science Club Makes Field Trip to Hamby Hardin-Simmons science club left yesterday afternoon nt two o'clock on a field trip to Hamby nnd return- ed at 7 o'clock after entertaining tho members with a picnic. Tho students making the trip were shown through the gyp plant near Hamby. ...

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