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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 June 1949

Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday Jun 17 1949 British Woman Attends In -Law's Graduation There is no doubt abgut who came the farthest distance to at- tend the Hardin-Simmons uni- versity commencement Exercises. It is Mrs. Rose Lewis of Ux- bridge England. Uxbridge a sub- urb of London is more than 7000 miles from Abilene. Mrs. Lewis who left London May 14 arrived in Abilene at the home of her daughter Mrs. Roy Marcum 1802 Anderson a couple of days before the commencement exercises. Mr. Marcum was among the 276 students who received de- grees. Vocational preparation for stu- dents is not done in England on the same large scale as that of the United States Mrs. Lewis commented and she went on to say that "we never see such ex ercises in England." When Mrs. Lewis arrived in Abilene it marked the end of a journey across the Atlantic in a ship and a trip across the United States in a bus. And to her the most exciting thing of all the trip was the first sight of her daugh- ter in three years ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 June 1949

P 0 's ;v ' r. w tau y I- Virginia Claire Smith Elected Summer Queen Comely five foot eyes of blue Virginia Claire Smith Winters Senior majoring in elementary education will reign as queen on the Hardin-Simmons campus this summer. VoL XXXIII "rj8fcJjRP HHUHnv 42fllHflK0!s' -RKrKr-mSx fi&ffeSl& KLR Jrm HHflfcfS Social Science Fraternity Accepts H-SU School Closes While Many Students Picnic Several hundred university stu- dents and teachers took time out 4 from books and classes Thursday to attend the annual All-University picnic. The school closed down lock stock and barrel. The outing was a get-acquainted picnic for the summer students. Topics of conversation left the class-room theme and turned to . food and things of entertainment. Tom Guimarin assistant busi ness manager and J. C. Gay su- perintendent of the universities buildings and grounds were in KHSU Announces Department Heads Special events directors of ra- dio station KHSU for the fall semester will be Jim Wilkes M...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 June 1949

Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Friday June 24 1S49 EDITORIAL STUDENT UNION This West Texas university has grown up. Since the war a brand new women's dormitory a large classroom building a modern field house new library and administration building and several other structures have been added to our campus. The university? at present is enjoying the heaviest enrollment ever for a summer term. But outside of good living conditions and snappy classrooms the school has very little to afford a student which doesn't come under the heading of academic work. What this school needed following the war was some new classrooms administration building and library new dormitor- ies and A STUDENT UNION BUILDING. Now with Sandefer Memorial nearing completion the main thing the administra- tion and Board of Trustees should focus their eyes on is a new STUDENT UNION BUILDING. ."When the GI and Gilmer Aiken bills cease to account for a large per cent of college enrollments what will Hardin-Simmons have to offer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 June 1949

Friday Jun 24 1949 THE H-5U BRAND Pat 3 M V V ' --r w ' Amtei little foUtf oh From the Editors Files By DALMON McNAIR Brand Sports Editor With most of the athletes gone for the summer months and no organized athletic program going on the campus H-SU seems to be a pretty dull place for those in- terested in sports. But what a lot of people haven't realized is the fact that there are several ac- tivities going on around that might attract quite a few students. The new tennis courts are open there's room for a lot of people to play in the late afternoon. Over at the corral skating is held two nights a week and that's one of the rarest fqrms or sports stay- ing upright presents the greatest problem to the greatest number of people. i The swimming pool in Marston gym is open now and hours are set aside in the afternoon for men and women that is unmixed bathing. Of course the American Legion and VFW pool officials will allow both the boys and girls to swim together. Abilene's Blue Sox on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 June 1949

Pw THE H-SU BRAND Friday. Jun 24. 1S4I HHnKK -Tj3IKkH.&JpB oHttjK-'IVIr.il vMBilBkKk'- iBhHIIiIIIII kJBS'wP' v mJP IEE JTW'liB lllllllll RpflRsli 5 -RP' "BlBu. ' nw-pT. 'B'c-.i'M yHHI llllllll hurMKRa Ki jbjv 4HmBB31BKB JIHr IV a II llllll K' y fjBfSr rrfifa "iflHBjB9ll!9HPBP'Li!HK v &jiK KwiiHRKB lllllllll LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTER Pictured above are five of the six mother and daughter combinations attending the first summer term of Hardin-Simmons University. They are left to right front row: Mrs. Olive Noles Alvis and Bobbie Noles of Kermil; Mrs. J. M. Boston and Mary Lois Boston of Roscoe; Miss Pat Dunagin of Merkel whose mother Mrs. Lena Dunagin is directly behind her. Others on the back row are: Mrs. Vera Hahn of Aspermont and daughter Mrs. DoDrothy Hahn Nodge of Abilene; Mrs. Patsy Murray George and mother Mrs. Dora Murray of Stephenville. Not pictured are Mrs. Verna Mae Crutch- field and Mary Frances Crutchfield of Breckenridge. Cast For "Aria da Capo" Announced By Dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 July 1949

K "-KttSSMaa' VoL XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 1. 1949 NO. 36 - sssasr'V.taJire?''' f'T'""y "W. - i 4 & tVii " CD i it 5 Summer Queen Coronation Set July 7 'HlHlliliKI DR. WILLIAMSON fflfllED CHOIRIST HtflDS sumniER CHOIR SCHOOL A SUMMER SCHOOL for cho- ral directors choir directors and choir singers under the direction of Dr. John Finley Williamson president of Westminster Choir college Princeton New Jersey will get under way on the Har-din-Simmons campus Wednesday July 6 according to Euell Porter who will be one of the instructors in the school. Fifty-seven have already sent their fees in for the school $87850 In To Be Paid When Uncle Sam pays off the National insurance policy to ex- GIs which is slated to get under- way in January Hardin-Simmons veterans will be approximately $87850 dollars richer according to Clyde Jetton vocational appraiser for the university. It is estimated that the average check to veterans will be $175 and A. B. Lee registrar for the universit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 July 1949

7 THE H-IU BRAND Friday. July 1. 1149 I m it iw Stye $-( Vraniii A weekly college newspaper published every Friday during the summer sessions by the Hardin-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 Post Office at Abilene Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. 4627. Editorial Office: GI Hall Hardin-Simmons University Telephone Advertising rates on request Member intercollegiate Press and the Southwestern Journal- ism Congress. Editor Business Manager.. Sports Editor .George Hine Jr. Bert Mann .Dalmon McNair Assistant Editors. Editorial Assistants. Feature Editor "N t Lee Walton f Ben Brock Ernest Welsh Jr. I Dub Mason Ann Carothers Religious Editor v. Cartoonist .Danny William Staff Writers. Fine Arts Editor Assistant Business Manager.. -Dorothy Crablree i Dudley Williams James Winter -Clifton Lawhorne Nathan Ivey EDITORIAL 'A couple of Thursday afternoons ago students faculty their frien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 July 1949

THE H-IU BHAMD Sports Shorts K ' s McCHESNEY IN NEW YORK Bob McChesney two-time all- Border Conference end for Har din-Simmons University is spend- ing the summer months in New York. t Friday July 1. 1MI I f V 4 1 FROM STAGE TO RODEO The H-SU Cowboy band is once again the official music organixalion for the Stamford Cowboy Reunion Rodeo. The Hardin-Simmons musicians under the direction of Marion B. McClure was to leave for Stamford this morning where they will appear in the opening day parade and furnish music for both the afternoon and evening performances of the four-day rodeo. Accompanying the group was the University's famous six white horses which were to appear in the parade also. fucfyed ty Mia RJd Best Themes of Summer English Usage Tests The following themes were considered to be two of the most interesting ones turned in by students taking the English test. "MY EXPERIENCE WITH AN OUTLAW BAND" By Minnie Lee Wilson When I was a child of nine years my father took what moth- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 July 1949

Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday July 1. 1949 Mrs. Richardson Attends AAU Meet Mrs. Rupert N. Richardson at- tended the American Association of University Women's annual convention at Seattle Washing- ton while Dr. Richardson was in Hawaii. Mrs. Richardson was a repre- sentative of the Oscar H. Cooper branch. The meeting was held in the Olympic Hotel Seattle Monday June 20th through Saturday June 25th. The Social Studies general re- port of the Oscar H. Cooper branch which was judged the best in the nation was an exhibit at the convention. There was a panel discussion on the report of which Mrs. Dallas Scarborough was chairman and compiler of statistics. The Social Study report of the Abilene group emphasized edu- cation particularly with the Span- ish speaking people. It was re- cently recognized by an article in the national AAUW Journal. Mrs. Richardson was accompa- nied by Rupert Jr. They returned to San Francisco to meet Dr. Rich- ardson who returned Sunday morning by plane from Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 July 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 July 1949

THE H-SU BRAND Friday July I lMt Shr -m Iran A weekly college newspaper published every Friday during the summer sessions by the Hardin-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 Post Office at Abilene Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. 'iREGisren her4 Editorial Office: GI Hall Hardin-Simmons University Telephone 4627. Advertising rates on request. I ivvm SS m m Member Intercollegiate Press and the Southwestern Journal- ism Congress. Editor Brain Manager. Sports Editor Assistant Editors.. Editorial Assistants.. Feature Editor Religious Editor Cartoonist Staff Writers. Fine Arts Editor Assistant Business Manager. EDITORIAL .... STUDENT UNION BUILDING NEEDED People in our big cities and college students are always be- moaning the fact that certain improvements were not made when their town or college plant was taking shape. It was a lack of foresight like the people jof New York dis- pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 July 1949

Friday July 8 1949 THE H-8U BRAND Pat 9 v V i s t 4 9abVIv'v '' i ".-; iinH B(9jPtHWSkiki3F-''' lHfcCPHPs Ba9a9a9aV Tfcp 9a9a9a91 9999999J -JBABr ''.bbbbbbV BBBBJiBP-.' .H BBBBBv BBb1 BBBBBBBBb bbbbbT'bSS:'' bbbbbbH PROFESSOR TO CHAPLAIN Dr. Albert Lunday a World War II overseas veteran of ihe Chaplain corp will leave July 31 for a 30 day training pro- gram in the chaplain school at Carwille Barracks Pa. Lunday is an associate professor of so- ciology. SPEECH DEPT. - - (Continued from Page 2) woman was finishing house clean- ing. The furniture was worn and drab. The neighbor came over to borrow a cup of milk and sympa- thize with Rose for spending her life caring for her sick mother and ungrateful father and brother and younger sister. The neighbor finally left the mother whined and complained evening came and the family be- gan to come home. The father came in grumbling about the con- fusion the room was in. Al came in and began phoning for a date. The frivolous scatter - brained s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 July 1949

'.f Pat4 THE H-IU BRAND Friday. July I IMS President Richardson Returns From Hawaii President Rupert N. Richardson returned Friday July 1 from a trip to the Hawaiian Islands. He visited four of the six major is- lands. The Baptist encampment for 'the Islands where Dr. Richard- son spoke was on Oahu. Two- thirds of the Hawaiian population is on this Island as is most of the wealth and the city Honolulu. The other islands he visited 'were Maui Kauai and Hawaii. The Island Hawaii is 'called "Big Island" to avoid confusing it with the group called the Hawaiian Is- lands. Dr. Richardson said that the spelling and pronunciation of the names was difficult to master and although manners customs and habits on the Islands change these names persist. They were first retained by the missionaries out of consideration fo( the natives. Then too it was easier for the Missionaries to learn these names than to teach new names to the natives. Now the . names are preserved for regional pride and sentim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 July 1949

& h -. 4 J H-SU Events to be Televised Over WBAP-TV Activities of Hardin-Simmons university will be televised over station WBAP-TV Fort Worth Bruce Brooks radio coordinator said today. The programs which will be- gin in the fall will feature music dramatics and sports events on the campus. Actual dates have not been set Brooks said but the programs are now being arranged. The Rangettes are slated to ap- pear on initial show of 30 min- utes duration. The Rangettes are members of the Cowgirl band. Mr. Brooks was recently called to Fort Worth to observe the es- timated three million dollar plant and to complete arrangements Baccalaureate Will Be Given By Local Pastor The Hev. Sterling Price pastor of the University Baptist church will deliver the baccalaureate and the mission sermon to H-SU sum- mer graduates President Rupert N. Richardson has announced. Both of the addresses will be given Sunday August 14. The Rev. Price who recently marked his first anniversary in Abilene has ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 July 1949

Fatl THE H-SU BRAND Friday. July 18. 1141 V f f OJhr iS-$l Branh A weekly college newspaper published' every Friday during the summer sessions by the Hardin-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 Post Office at Abilene Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. Editorial Office: GI Hall Hardin .4627. Advertising rates on request. Member Intercollegiate Press and the Southwestern Journal- ism Congress. Editor. Businees Manager- Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager.. Editorial Assistant Staff Writers. e Cartoonist.. Society Editor. EDITORIAL .... BLUE MONDAY CHANGES Hardin-Simmons university is not only becoming stream- lined with its modern educational plants but in the processing of education. Monday ordinarily blue changed even though it was the day of registration for the second six weeks. Thanks to A. B. Lee and other school officials students signed up for classes in record-bre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 July 1949

Friday July IS IMS THE H-1U BRAND Ff 3 . 4 HSU Will Confer 220 Degrees August 19 Summer Graduation Record To Be Made Largest summer graduation class in the history of Hardin- Simmons university will receive degrees August 19. At least 220 students will re- ceive diplomas Mrs. J. A. Beard said and the number does not include candidates for master degrees she indicated. Ninety-seven bachelor of arts 84 bachelor of science 36 bachelor of business administration and three bachelor of music degrees will be awarded Mrs. Beard said. Students who registered for the second six weeks term and have not made applications for gradua- tion August 19 or close of three weeks session should do so im- mediately Mrs. Beard said. Candidates for bachelor of arts include: Gerald H. Adkins Grady Ned Allison Marshall H. Altom Mary Elizabeth Arnett Mary Lenore Arnold Cornelia Chloe Baker Cora Hortense Ball Billie Jo Bates Rex Bear Thomas L. Bra- sher Melton C. Brian Alice Es- telle Brigham Ventress "Ben" Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 July 1949

Pait 4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday July IS. lMt w Life Service Band Will Conduct Five Services Five L. S. B. trips are planned this weekend according to Willie Mae Rankin extension chairman. Six students will go to Kermit to conduct four services Sunday. Two services will be held in First Baptist Church and two will be held in First Church Mission. Seven students will travel by LSB bus to conduct Sunday morning services in First Baptist Church Throckmorton. Next weekend seven students will conduct Sun- day serviqes in First Baptist church Forsan. The Band voted in its regular meeting Tuesday evening to sod the front of Ross Adams Hall with Bermuda grass. Also definite plans are being made to purchase an air condition for the hall. For this meeting Rod Rodman led in a song service Rosa Kolb read scripture Cprnelia Baker sang a solo and Vivian McKeever brought a chalk talk entitled "Work for the night is coming" assisted at the piano by Euloise Dodson. Cities In Need of Music Dr. Williamson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 July 1949

V V 4 $ f- .' .4 .-' IT'S FUN Paul Bailey physi cal therapy aliendant at Hend- xick Memorial Hospital is shown with Tommy Melton Burnett a convalescent in the Hubbard tub while relaxing. Bailey is a Hardin-Simmons football play- er who is spending the summer in the study of physical therapy. Young Melton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Melton. (See story on page 3.) ' . '"vx-'P .. w?v 'BSSbHMImkm djMBSSSSSSSMBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaHBaBIHuMM'A vSk-'' "'?SHlBsBHMttaiia ' sB9''HHMIHBiiiSHMMaiiitoLi . B' vv " S ' 7T"WBbsBBMbMBE s wM 'W&P - JBB SA V vJBMBflBK.'h. ..tsSigKSai((wlrl - '4 v.. R - BBBBBnHHHBffiite&& "BBsiiiiiiiiiiiiHHBHHViE "' to riH jJlsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVHHBiiiHHraSi S&likBIBm sBRSBiifelSttp Fall Night Classes Slated For H -S U Hardin-Simmons university will include a complete curriculum of night classes when the 1949 fall semester begins according to Dean Robert A. Collins. Teachers and any other inter- ested scholars will have the op- portunity to enroll for cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 July 1949

Nr2 THE H-SU BRAND Friday Jr 22. 1MI 9h PfAiJUiU'l Oftic - - Couch Scholarship Applications Open Applications for the Dan R. Couch and the Alice Pierson Couch scholarships can now be made in the office of the presi- dent it has been announced by W. A. Stephenson who serves as chairman of a recommenda- tions committee. The scholarships valued at $250 are open to all classifications. Two of the scholarships are in memory of Mrs. Alice Pierson Couch. The scholarships are HSU Enrollment Hits 958 For 2nd Six Weeks Enrollment for the second term of summer school in Hardin-Sim-mons has reached 958 according to Alton B. Lee H-SU registrar. This figure which does not in- clude correspondence courses is a drop of 224 from last semester. However this figure is the largest number ever to be registered in any second six weeks term. Last term there were 1182 resi Oh BeUbenl GUapl - - Large Crowd Attends Chorus School Concert Between 700 and 1000 people attended the chorus school con- cert Saturda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 July 1949

Ttidmy. July 22. IMS THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 rt From the Editor's Files By JOHN C. SMITH Dean Henninger 1947-48 H-SU footballer was visiting around the campus over the weekend. He had two teeth knocked out in spring practice and was in town to have a plate fitted. Dean is working for a construction com- pany in Austin this summer but will be back Sept. 1 to get ready for the Cowboys opening game with North Texas State Sept. 17. Howard McChesney Cowboy center is on a long tour of west- ern United States. Mac's first stop is Iowa where he is to meet his brother Bob and spend a couple of weeks with their grandparents. Bob end for the Cowboys has been visiting in New York. From Iowa Bob and Howard will make the trip to Van Nuys Calif. their home. Both will be back for the Cowboys 1949 campaign. Bill Humphrey senior student at Hardin-Simmons gained en- trance into a very exclusive club last week. Bill who spends a great deal of his time on the golf course managed a "hole in one" while playi...

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