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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1918

"MHj" ' 4 .. ' ;l immons Brand Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1918 .No. 17 L Simmons Cowboys Out For State Championship E E h? ' 6 v Instructors Aro Very Froml of tlio Grndo anil Amount of Work Done. Mrs. Hanks Praises Loyalty Of Girls. Tlio Initial Simmons Surgical Dress- ings Classes havo completed their six lesson courso and Mrs. Bernard Hanks teacher and Misses Stamper and Mc- Lean supervisors aro very proud of tlio grado of work tlio girls havo dono. Tho classcB began work on Tuesday January 15 and completed their courso last Friday. Tho bandages niado aro: compresses wipes gaugo strips five- yard gauzo rolls small and largo oakum pads small and largo cotton pads small and largo paper back ir- rigation pads heol rings scultctus bandages many-tailed bandages and triangular bandages. Each girl was required to mako ono of each of the various dressings. They woro also re- quired to spend tho equivalent of two weeks in tho wofk room aftor com- pleting tho ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1918

- y T-iw th -j-t T "r IV r W 2ft)?immmi$Br?mfl The Weekly Publication of Simmons Collego Abileno Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." Subscription Price tho Yoar . .$l.t0 Afember of tho Toxas Intorcollegiato Press Association. Staff Solocted From Studont Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building R. Vf. Foy Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight... Associato Editor Carroll Spanglor.. Business Manager Vernon McCasland Nows D. Q. Riddle Humor Mildred Foy .......Special Anna King ..'. Exohanges Jtctfortcrs for This Week John McWhortor Margarot Norrel Allistcr Goodnight Mary Cooper Wil- bur VImborly ' Solon Featherstono Theo Mulr Gladys Cain J. D. Samlo- fer Jr. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy. Tho Student's Part i Day bdforo yesterday morning when tho oxtra editions of tho downtown pa- pers appeared upon tho campus with tho nows of tho sinking of tho first American transport th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1918

Vo arc receiving new models each week from sorao of the leading creators of dresses coats and suits which enables us to keep you in constant touch with what tho smart Now York shops arc featuring. See our New Millinery wo have a complete line of tho noted SHIELD-HUTH hats. You will find in these hats the better material as well as the charming styles. MEN'S CLOTHING SHOES AND FURNISHING Wo can sell you any thing you need from a hand tailored suit down to a pocket handkerchief. Visit us often. Stylish Shoes for Women AT SPECIAL PRICES Hero is nn uhusunl opportunity for women to buy Shoes nt low prices. Many incomplete lines of this season's most desirable stylos are being closed out splendid savings in the February Sales. One lot of girls' and women's street and walking boots in black tan and combination; regular $5.50 to $6.50 values jClearanee price $3.95 Broken lots of walking boots brown black and white j $6.50 and $7.50 values; clearance .. $4.95 "Women's gray cloth top dress bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1918

Two Very Special Dress Values A Special Purchase Just Received Our buyer was fortunato in securing from ono of our Now York Ready-to-woar connections 70 vory pretty silk dresses at a big" reduction from regular prico. Theso dresses are all made in the newest Spring Models from Silk Taffeta Foulards and Messalines in solid colors and plaids and stripes all desirablo colors and featuring the now stylo ideas for Spring. Wo havo divided them into two groups and offer them while they last as follows : LU AT "LIS in Group 1 ABOUT 37 DRESSES Choice $16.75 Group 2 ABOUT 30 DRESSES Choice $18.75 MINTER DRY GOODS CO "Abilene's Progressive Store." R.&R. QUEEN SATURDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL YORK LUCK MONDAY AND TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD IN- Chandler & Schultz THE QUALITY GROCERS Hooverize by getting Fresh Vegetables from us Chandler & Schulfz FOUR PHONES 820 EAT AT Metropolitan Cafe One per cent gross receipts donat- ed to the Red Cross. JACK GILSTRAP Manager MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Headquart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1918

""""""PipilWiqi nW 1 immansBratifl Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1918 No. 18 NOTED HUMORIST IN THE BIGGER THEY ARE THE WORSE IT HURTS (A. & M. IS SICK) ERESH RECEPTION A GALA AEEAIR IE L tTh UNI Ralph Parlette Charms Audience With Singular Humor and Brilliant Homlliness of Speech. 8ays "Bumpa" are Necessary. Ono of tho most unlquo features of this season's Lyceum Courso was Ralph Parlotto'B lecturo last Tues- day evening? Ho told In a striking manner of his many and varied ex- porlonces as a student in tho "Uni- versity of Hard Knocks' tho faculty of which Institution tho speaker him self is now a prominent member. He impressed on his hearers' tho Jos- son that no ono can possibly succeed in HjTo without taking a thorough courso of "bumps" in this famous school. Mrt Parlette's power over his audl- enco lay In tho singularity with which ho treated tho ordinary experiences of everyday life. Practically every- thing ho said has been said again and again...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1918

T"W f ww 'C W i ZTt)p Simmons Brand Thp Wookly Publication of Simmons College Abllono Texas With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "The Corral." Subscription Price tho Yoar....?l.G0 Member of tho Toxas Intorcollcgiato Press Association. Staff Selected From Studont Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building R W. Foy i . . . .EdItor-in-Chlof Mamlo Goodnight... Associate 'Editor Carroll Spang'ler. .Business Manager Vernon McCasland .'...News D. Q. Riddle Humor Mildred Foy . Special Anna King Exchanges Reporters for This ITcok John McWhortor Margaret Nor- Veil Allstcr Goodnight Wilbur Wim- berly Solon Featheratone Glady Cain NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to. "call for new copy.' Tho man that stands for tho big things in collogo llfo and -who works for and supports tho real ontorprlsos will do tho same after collogo days aro over and ho is in business of his own. A great many collogo catastrophes aro .mcroly tho re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1918

wiruuitiwmmmmtm wW7JTw'r' '7?lffWnWTfTTTPJ-iff"'PW"i'lf" "F7 '"'iWV T-J'"TXT3F""r " trr PTrrr!"T''' rTT.' Tff? t ''T""" "" "' TH" 'T' "V ' ' irtrni"Ti'" " Spring Footwear Fashions The New Modes in "Women's Boots and Pumps Correct in Design and Color Through special arrangements with the makers of fashionable footwear wo aro in position to show the Metropolitan styles at the Bamo time they appear on New York's fashionable thor- oughfare. Our fashion service bring the new things to you when thoy are shown on Fifth Avenue. DRESS BOOTS Ladies' Dress Boots in Black Gray Brown and Ivory with Louis 2 1-8-in. heels regulation high tops latest Metropolitan effects $7.50 to $12.50 WALKING BOOTS Ladies' Street and Walking Boots low and medium Millita ry heels shown in Gray Brown and Black Kid and Calfskin at $4.50 to $7.50 NEW PUMPS AND OXFORDS High heel dress Pumps and Oxfords $4.00 to - $7.00 Low and medium heel pumps high grade $5.00 to $7.50 Medium grade $2.50 to $4.50 T AbUm'i Fntrtt. ian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1918

THE NEWEST DRESSES There is an air about theso new dresses that is distinctly Spring-liko and thoy will appeal to you in- stantly. Many aro mad eof handsome aristocratic silks that are full of color in tho newest designs and patterns. Others aro in moro staplo colors. Decidedly the prettiest showing we have over made this fcarly. Our buyers havo surpassed all previous efforts in values wo think. You should see tho splen- did values in Silk Dresses ranging from $16.76 - $18.50 UP Also note our lino of dainty patterns and materials in wash dresses at from $2.00 to J$8.50 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." NEW GOODS ARRIVING I IDAILYI ' 1 iUR buyer has just returned from Chicago and - purchased the finest line of clothing we have ever handled. The greatest line of clothing ever brought to Abilene is now here for your inspection. These suits are tailor; made misfits and reasonably priced. Call and sec them. MISFIT CLOTHING CO. Chandler & Schultz THE QUALITY GROCERS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1918

immons Brand Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1918 POPES AND CL1QS HOLD SIMMONS COLLEGE UNDEFEATED COWBOY QUINTETTE (Soon to be Crowned Wilh the Laurels of State-Championship) FERRIS PRICE IE L WITH 8TheS No. 19 In Mnry Francos Hall Amid Decora- tions of Cupids and Hearts 250 Guests Spend an Enjoy able Evonjng. Tho annual Popo-Cllo Valentino re- ception given to tho students and (acuity of the college was hold at Mary Frances Hall last Saturday night February 1G and proved to bo ono ot tho most successful formal af- fairs that havo occurred this year. Tho main parlor was decorated In green and gold tho societies' colors. A row of hearts strung tho full length of tho recoptlon hall reminded ono that tho tlmo for tho Wiles of Cupid was at hand. Red and whlto stream- ers which ran from tho light bowls to windows wore caught by red hearts. Two jolly Cupids stood on tho man- tles beneath largo rod and whlto bows Th receiving line which stood at tho loft of tho m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1918

' ll ThWeMdy Publication of Simmons X College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." Subscription Price tho Yoar....$l.E0 V v Member of tho Toxas Intorcolleg'ato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body. on Merit- Basis. i Office Third Floor Library Building n n & ll t 4 . R. W. Foy ....... Editor-In-CUIo! Mamio Goodnight. . .Associate Editor Carroll Spanglor.. Business Manager Vernon McCasland . . . . '.Nows D. Q. Rlddlo v .Humor Mildred Foy Special Anna King Exchanges Reporters for This Week John McWhorter Margaret Nor- yell Allsior Goodnight Wilbur Wim- berly1' Solon Featherstone Glady Cain. ' . . Notice advertisers. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phono 167 to "call for new copy.' THEtiIFX OF GAB. And his reason for not taking him was "Ho does not know haw to talk." A vory trivial reason wo thought con- sidering tho young man's other quali- fications; but as we havo meditated puzzled and above all listened s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1918

Men's Hats In The New Styles For Spring "Things That Golleg Student Appreciate -Style and Quality MMH1)BHaMMMHiaMaaaaaMaiHIMMMaMaMajHMHIBaMHaMaHwaMaaiMIMI(MI KNOX HATS PERSONALS Miss Queen Newman people In Sylvester last Monday. r visited her Sunday and Misses Mary Cooper and Ethel Mc- Cluro wore guests In Mary-Prances Saturday night. Coach Martin and wife friends at Anson Monday yislted L. A. Hartley a former Simmons man was on tho campus Saturday. Mr. Jno. McWhortor disappear- ed frbm Cowden Hall at a late hour Monday night and at prese'nt writing ho is still missing. Mell Barlcley Sunday was on the campus Josephine Smith is teaching in the North Park school this week. HOOVERIZING ON CUFF8 TROUSER Tho Powers that Bo havo declared against trousor cuffs and bolts on Norfolk jackets. Tho unnecessary cloth used In theso adornments of the masculine person would If made of one piece reach from Ogunquit Main to Yaphank L. I. all wool' and a yard wide tho wholo way. Of course Buch a waBte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1918

v 1 The New Stetson Hats For Spring Th Nw EDWIN CLAPP fcHOES. The New HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS Are Now Ready for You See Window Display Style Show Day Eveay Day In Our Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department See the New Styles for Spring WINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." t NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY fS I pkUR buyer has just returned from Chicago and - purchased the finest line o! clothing we haVe ever handled. The greatest line of clothing ever brought to Abilene is now here for your inspection. These suits are tailor made misfits and reasonably priced. Call and sec them. . -3 MISFIT CLOTHING CO. IF YOU WANT Good Fresh Groceries Delivered to Your Door Call Chandler & Schultz THE QUALITY GROCERS FOUR PHONES 820 EAT AT Metropolitan Cafe One per cent gross receipts donat- ed to he Red Cross. JACK GILSTRAP Manager MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies. Drink at our fountain. Good drinks. Good service. Covvden-Payton Hardware...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1918

w rWUFY? "'7flWT' "rfftm) t$f1 r'f WIff "i 4wyyMyyf T'P 'y'rpMpp)BjrTTPBitw'-J-T'r "yffyqrjyg. "w'"r" . Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 2 1918 No. 20 "vrvm'tsftryp'-p-rw "iwwfffi" . iri . . i - i . . . . - .11 i - - i RARE TALENT REVEALED ATL A Largo Crowd and n Cheerful Tlmo Makes Occasion n Success Bob Rankin Wins First l'lnco; Itoubon Norman Second. You can talk about liars but this collego has soma who aro proficient in tho business. That somo pcoplo who aro usually considered porfect specimens of that raro trait of char acter known as truthfulness have con- cealed In their anatomy a wonderful propensity for fabrication was clearly oxemplificd at the convention of choor- ful liars Saturday night. Fabrications of every degreo of falsity camo to light; subjects ranging from anthrop- ology to barbed wiro fences cowboys? boars and rattlosnakes wero full pa- lavorated and expounded. Tho chairman of tho convention Mr. McWhortor called all tho delegations of liars ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1918

f 1 r gflp$immon5Br?mfl The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texaa. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." Subscription Prlco tho Yoar...$1.60 Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building B. W. Foy Edltor-ln:ChIbf Mamie Goodnight.. .Associate Editor Carroll Spangler. .Business Manager Vornon McCasland .News D. Q. Riddle Humor Mildred .Foy . . . . Special Anna King Exchangoo Margaret Norvell Personals Anna King Issue Editor Reporters for This Week. John McWhorter Theo Muir Allis- ter Goodnight Margaret Norvell Wilbur Wimborly Solon Featherston Mary Cooper Harry Duke Carroll Spangler. NOTICE ADVERTISER8. Turn new copy In not later than T.uesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy.' SIMMONS SPORTSMANSHIP. There Is nothing bo powerful in m..oulding public sentiment concern ing a college as the conduct of its various athlotic teams which go from colleg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1918

wmnrw."1!1 i' S Both Style and Value in These Modish Springtime Dresses Now Dresses in most attractive Spring styles developed in now Foulards Taffetas Jerseys and Serges us well as the lat est combinations that fashion so highly favors ; such as Srgo and Foulards Georgette and Foulard combinations. Dresses that are strictly now and modish which feature tho new tunic skirts the now girdles and sash waists; shown in the new color tones that will be most popular this spring. Dresses that have been carefully chosen for their style correct- ness and their practical wearable qualities. At every price stage from $25.00 to $45.00 Newest Spring Waists Beautiful new "Waists in an extensive assortment of Gear gettes Crepe do Chines Taffetas and other pretty materials. Some hand embroidered others laco trimmed while still oth- ers are in plain tailored styles. In this early offering of new waists the values are unus- ually attractive; worthy of the attention of every woman who wants a new shir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1918

-pi-ltT -vj(y( ! You Share In A Great National Saving When You Buy Wirthmor $1.00 Waists Hundreds' of thousands of dollars nro fcavcd annu nlly to the women of America through the great economies of tho WIRTIIMOR PLAN the plan that makes possible these wonderful dollar waists. Good stylo Good Fit Good Workmanship and Good Sorvico aro the qualities that inhere in every waist that is worthy of bearing tho WIRTIIMOR label. Sold in just one good store in every city and sold here exclusively Now Wirthmor Models on Sale This Week. WHERE OH WHEItE IS OUIt ASSOCIATE EDITOR MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." THE LYRIC Where Quality Reigns PRESENTS "THE SIGN INVISIBLE" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MARCH 5 AND 6 "The Sign Invisible." to be shown at this theatre Tuesday and Wednesday was produced by Edgar Lews the same director who made "The Barrier" and "The Bar Sinister." MITCHELL .LEWIS the big fellow who was Poleon in "The Barrier" plays "Lone Deer" in "The Sign Invisible.'.' This...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1918

vilvlr 8 cltmmansBfatia & Vol. II I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY MARCH 9 1918 No. 21 BOOKS AND SAILORS NEEDED . Librarian Will Co. Operate with Amer. lean Library Association In Na. tlon.wlde Campaign for Good Reading Material. During the week of March 18 a na tlon-wido intonslvo campaign for books for soldiers and sailors will bo conducted. Tho center of tho cam- paign in each locality will bo tho Li- brary. Miss Dreedlovo has received a iettcr from tho headquarters of tho American Library Association Libra ry War Servlco asking that sho or- ganize and conduct tho campaign for gift books among tho students and faculty of Simmons and sho is al- ready making plans to carry out tho request. Books of all descriptions havo been donated all over the nation for tho use of "our boys'' In army and navy but millions aro still required to meet tho actual heeds of men in the 34 largo camps and for thoso on tho transports and overseas. "Hundreds bf thousands of books will bo pur-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1918

Ifyp Simmons jBrnnfl Th'Q Weekly Publication of Simmons Collogo Abllono Toxoa.. With a Quarterly Lltorary Supplomont "Tho Corral.'" Subscription Prico tho Yoar....?1.50 Member of tho Texas Intorcolloglatq Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Morlt Basis. Offlco Third Floor Library Building R. W Foy Editor in Chief Carroll Spanglor . Business Manager Vernon McCasland Nows D. W. Riddle Humor Mildred Foy . Special Anna King Exchanges Margaret NorVoll Personals Reporters for This Week. Ino. McWhortor Allistcr Goodnight Margaret Norvoll. Wilbur Wlmborly Solon Feathorstone Mary Cooper Hester Goss Max Stoker. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy." Miss State Champloship ''some woman!" sure is It was John Smith who inaugurated tho idea that ho who will not work shall not eat Do not blame us then ff you fail to have a seat at tho Press Club banquet or find another person sitting at your desk in Tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1918

V Now Is The Time To Prepare For EaSter ! Exclusive Style Features in Young Men's Spring Suits We can fit you out in your Easter Togs. A full line of new Spring Suits now on display. Suits Stetson Hats Silk Hose and Gent's Furnishings. Call In And Let Us Show You MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY Si. New ideas are what you men look for: new styles in clothes appeal to them. Wc provide the new things; late models live- ly smart ultra-fashioned without being freakish. Some of the new features are the novel pockets .he Camouflage belts the military backs which establish the Spring vogue. A Special display at $22.50 Other suits $20.00 to $35.00 l AUUnt't fmotiu !ktnit ruut anwoei THIRTY MEN OUT PERSONALS Miss Hawklis Is visiting her sister Floy In G. I. II. Preceptress Henry Morgan of Brad- ley Hall reports that his boys are much'dlstrcssed over the loss of their treasurer "Baby'' Shaw has gone homo with the Intention of joining the army. Misses Kato and Annie Phillips were called home Jast week ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1918

r" ! iiawF"! "jriw7"" Remarkable Spring Suit Display GREAT CHOICE OP FINE GARMENTS IN SURPRISING VALUES yOU LUCE THE SECURITY of fooling well dressed. Good appearance is an asset that you can bank on; in a measure its a real gauge of "man stuff." Most men careful in clothes buying exercise good judgment in other affairs of lessdr or greater importance BIG VALUED SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. Vro setting a great paco with this season's clothes; from every point of style and quality they're jvinners over any others you'll see. Bought months ago at prices that discount today's by wide mar- gins and sold at those lovels; you get accrued profits. In every stylo and model you can think of; single and double breasted ; military accented waist lines ; slash and patched pockets. All these suits are made of fine materials ; the best colorings tho newest weaves. Iligh grade clothes in every way. $22.50 $25.00 28.00 $30.00 $35.00 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." R. & R. Qu...

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