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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1918

'. .1 .1; :.; Autumn Blouses oFall in Sea son s Snad es -iChotco can bo made from such a varledcolloction that overy need Is easily met whether It be for a blouso for somo formal affair or a model for street or afternoon wear. Much of their charm 1b duo to thb attractive ornamentation. Fringe beads yarH metal arid silk embroidery tiny1 pleats and ruffles applied In iu erous "wayta 'add to the beauty of those charming blouso .of Georgette Cropo do Chlnfe and other favored fall silks.. Ono cannot fail to admlro theso dainty models which so charmingly express the provallng stylo tendencies. To chooso your blouses from our comploto and diverse collection will bo to cho'oso stylos both bo- coming and practical. Not the least Impsrtnnt leaturo is their rea- sonable prices SllkrwUstsija.GO.jG $6.60 $750 $io tipw-rd Co tori waists in Voiles EaWns' and -"other fabrics $100 to $3 00 Gamplkkfi. PERSONALS A Ml38Vivlan Morris spent a few days at her homo In Albany this week. . Miss Fay CJlemmer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1918

I ItII Minter C Big" line of ; Overcoats Mackinaws Sweaters Union Suits Blouses Hats and Caps are ready in our popular boys' department. 'Bring the boys dojn and let us fit them out in cor- rect .toggery for winter at economi- cal prices. 0xt "NWs Sxxtt. 'Now presents tho best buying opportunity full 'Btoelcs of all wool Hart Schnffner and Marx high grade suits cut in tho newest models and made" by first class tailors. Stouts Stubs Slims and regular cuts enables us to fit you perfectly; Thcso suits were contracted early and are now practically 25 per cent higher. You have 6hly first class" 'suits from which to make your Selections here. prices $15.00x$18.50 $21.00 $25.00 tot.... . '.-. $45 00 Step in and see them. ' t '.'. ' A- V' Dry Goods Co. "Abilene's Progressive Store." . j MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY ! f t i Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic .supplies. Drink at our Fountain. Good drinks. Good service. ; I i V i New and Secondhand Goods Eastof Post office E. W. HARRI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 November 1918

VijpfW Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER. 1 1918 No. 5 Vrffjv: ' Sti? Simmons jBrarti C ft- J r . - I TEXAS INTER-GOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION TO BE GUESTS OF C. II INAPRIL f Simmons Mnn Is Treasurer of Organi- zation Tills Ycnr Schools to De- cide on Form of Local Con- tests 1'rlzcs Offered For Winning Compositions Tho Texas Intor-Colloglato Press Association an organization composod of tho Class A collogos In Texas moots this yoar with C. I. A. at Den- ton. Tho meeting takes placo after tho second weak In April. Prizes aro offered for tho best short story poem essay and nows article. Up to tho convention which mot with Daylor last year there had been only three prizes offered U1030 In tho short story essay and poem. Since tho on- tranco of tho weekly and dally news- papers into college journalism In Tex- as interest has dwindled to some ex- tont in the older forms of composition tho story essay and poom. Realiz- ing this the convention amended tho constitution...

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

EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE To Uoi ieUreefftd in & baslnww cours we only ask that you thoroughly investigate our school from a atamltHit jbt thoroughness and finanoial ability. You are given individual instruction in each depart- ment aria ay advance as rapidly aajroar ability will permit. You have ah individual desk. You are granted a diploma and .guaranteed ajfcsHloa on completion. You nro 'further invited to call and .Bee for youraalf the claw of -work bur studentMire doing. DISTRICT SCHOOLS For Worth Wichita Falls. Dublin Brownwbod Abilene. ADVISORY BOARD Wm. Monlng President Monlng Dry Goods Co. John P. K ng President King Candy Co. O. S. Lattimore State Senator. Frank Koll Banker Capitalist and Financier. W L. Smallwood President Texas Stato Bank S. J. Brlont General Secretary Y. M. C. A. For further information writ us box 4G4 Ab'leno or call at our offico at 3rd and Pino Streets In Radford Building: Phone 1203-J or 272 NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE "PROPER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 November 1918

V '.v. i tlf Autumn " Blouses of all Types in Sea- son's New Shades Cholco can bo mado from such a varied collection that every need is easily met whether it bo for a blouso for somo formal affair or a model for street or afternoon Wear. Much of thoir charmMs.duo to tho attractive ornamation. Fringe beads yarn metal and - silk embroidery tiny pleats and ruffles applied in numerous -ways add to the beauty of these charming blouso of Georgette Crepe do Chine and other favored fall silks. Ono cannot fail to admire theso dainty models which so charmingly express tho tho prevailing style tendencies. To choosp your blouses from our complete and dlvcrso collection will .bo to chooso styles both becoming and practical. Not tho least Important feature is their reasonable prices.. Silk waists $3.50 $5 $6.60 $7.50 $10 upward. Cotton waists in voiles Lawns and other fabrics $1.00 to $3.00 mess-kits allowing no rookie to do it for them The following ladies were present! Mrs Pegues Mrs. Metcalf; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 November 1918

SZT-S'.-sr . ---. Ttx itHS.? I.TS.'nfi? ?. ?4.-W-VS ' 'K & i r iirL2i list P'A vYv r1k 1 I .1 fr I v ar.v i aar i i ait -. finer 7 ' V M .fflt? Errs f HV Kn K V5 V - ' ! Wil lunula lwi HIH SS1 & -"- j II I JMj ' AM f Minter I v jflffiF Buy War 8fe itll Saving Stamps ff iWll - otrwERs: JhSmi RIHmW ' Seo- - Paxton President IM tii - HRkkkm-s-- i - J. 0. ShBlton Vlce-Prcildent JWy ?VHBPr Joe F. Garrlion . Cashier W 1 B E- Chandler AMt.-Caahler JRjEm MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies. Drink at our Fountain. Good drinks. Good service. ABILENE FURNITURE COMPANY New and Secondhand Goods .... East of Post of f ice E. W. MORRIS Cua I FUEL-TIME f l ' m; MVe J FOOD-MOJNEYI Dy "re DO IT ELECTRICALLY ABILENE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. To the Simmons Students: I have opened an Elfectric Laundry and amreparedto do first class work. Give me Atrial and you will be satisfied. TWO DELIVERIES A WEEK O. B. CAMPBELL yr "WWs Stift" TS&paTVnwTA "Wow p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1918

- v- j p-.wtr fl-ir - p- kfDs6v ' SPECIAL UNITED WAR WORK ISSUE ? JV Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIPAY NOVEMBER 8 1918 r No 6 i Week Beginning November Eleventh Will See W. I T A- 1 A 7" i 7" "l - yi - -jtt ijl... united war worK Campaign m JKtill Swin nii.iiimniiiiiMini.LJi " " ?--" "-Jg; - t Simmons Bmxif I? fc li i! I r 7 i V TY OFW.S.S. Mrs. Contcs Mnkos Second Visit lo Simmons Jn tho Interest of War Savings Stamps Two W. S. S. Clubs to bo Organized on tho Campus On Tuesday morning November 6 Mrs Geo. W. P. Coaios of Abilono who Is County War Savings Chairman mado her decond visit to tho Simmons chapel. Last spring Mrs. Coates camo out to Simmons in tho Interest of her work and organized a Girls War Savings Soc'oty of which Miss Anna King "18 was president. President Sandefor introduced Mrs. Coates with a fow appropriate words. Ho said in part: "Every man and woman in Simmons Collego is going to buy a thr.ft or war savings stamp ptop and think surely all of you can l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1918

S SimmsHnma MS MIST WEHttES ' M MS OF Cfc Th Wto PvMttattt MamoM OlM Abttaaa ftpta. fiHtani MAMWCkn MM Mattar :M PaaioJfcat Ablta Tmm. : j ? -. ' inr rtatrlirtteaVri r Yaar. . 1100 Mmbr th Twcaa iBtarsolleglate Freaa Aaaoolatloa. .Staff Saleoted Fro Student Body on Merit Basis 1 r Office: Third Floor Library Building. Jbo. C MeWfeorter . . .K41tor-ln-Cklef Mary Cooper. Associate Bdltor J. H. McAttghlla . Baalaeae Mgr. Mack Steker AssL Easiness Mgr. Reporters fee this -week: Fred Cole Sadie MaWhertar Murl Lockhart Rice Plersea Tkeo Mulr Hallle Hogh- laad Carroll pasgler Doris Daniel Halbert Xlafar. Oa laat Wednesday afternoon four- eeators wHhdMr. and Mrs Sur- al ckaperonea spent a pleasant aaarnewi on the oreek nartlolDatiHK gtW ot "weenie roat.'' The aft ernoon waft Ideal for such a jaunt and a with eaok member of the class car- rying a package of something good they started to the creek. Soon a cane patch was reached. It can truthfully be said that as this patch was left in the re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1918

U1ASHT15- QUALITY AND ECONOMY it; $9.50 The Htwtt Fall ni WiiUr Urn V ? w & V( t i $ i Here is a shoe of J riuc 4ucimy uio- - tfnctive style and UiUlil great durability. Nowhere else in Abilene or West Red Texas will you il&tiJ&l meet finer shoes than this at any price yet these shoes offer 'you the greatest value to be found in shoes for men and .young men at $9.50 iett mmi. Guni?6e$& f'&j . PERSONALS 'Nancy Alien "was In Hamlin last Sunday on a visit. f The parents of Burton Elliot wore visiting from Sylvester last -week. John Berry and Jim Kerloy spent a fow hours In Clyde last Sunday. "' j Emmet Crossley and Fred Harroll spent vlast Saturday at their homes In Eastiand. ! Guy Pope who has been 111 at his homo in Gorman Texas returned to the barracks on last Wednesday. ' Miss Vivian Morris is ill in Mary Fronces this week.;" Miss Alma-Parmelly spont Thurs day at her homo in Caps. 4'$ x ft H-Askt bur client's about tho service we render. Four de- partments 'to s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1918

'.J Extra Special 40 DRESSES CHOICE $14.95 This is a special purchase of pretty stylish dresses made of Embroidered Satin Messalincs Taffeta and Georgette combinations in all popular shades full run of sizes and ono of the best dress bargains of the season. While they last choice $14.95 . Other splendid values in finer dresses including now arrivals in serges and silk dresses. Special Dresses. "Wo charge for alterations. Blouse Special ONE TABLE YOUR CHOICE $3.95 "Wo offer ono table of pretty dressy Georgette and Crepe do Chine Blouses ; also plain tucked blouses ' in both high and low neck styles. $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00 values grouped and offered at choice $3.95 PETTICOAT SPECIAL $3.45 One lot of Satin and Taffeta Petticoats in all good colors plain and fancy. Every garment full sized and well mado. A special purchase $4..50 and $5 values. Our special price Choice $3.95 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store.'y tA I I f ' ur w I I J I i f LLZ ! MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1918

(&& slHJBr'M 'mkS 'M .aa. lis? '' "'S'W' Vol III SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS 1918 No. 7 n v f It v e If i The 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month of the Year Nineteen Hundred Eighteen the Greatest in History SIMMONS GOES WILD OVER NEWS OFIBLD PEACE Proclamation Read In Chapel Studes. Take the Roof off With .Wild '( Cheers March and War Dance '' Around Campus. Simmons '" Features In Big Parade in Abilene i Every child for centuries and con- turlts to come "will be taught to re- member Not. 11 1918 as th0 day on Which civilization was Bavod from tho Hun. It was fitting that Simmons should "conpletely lose her mind" on the day itself. The great news struck the campus like a streak of lightening and every body took his shouts and cheers and ran .pell moll to the chapel. The Seniors in the gallery started up the cheering with insistent clamors for a holiday. But the roof wasn't taken completely oft until Dr. Olsen read the following proclamation. "Was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1918

BBSS r TheWeemy Pwblicadoii of linaoM COltatfk Afctlme TWMMft t Baterea a Seoetft a Me Matter ajfe FoeUh'fioC Xhlle&e TXM. Stftotoriptte Priee per YMr ?2.0O Member of the Tum laterielleglate Preee AeeoelaUoa Statt Seleoted From Student Body on JR 9 a a It RMin in the few month that he waa here h tainted hie tatt with his own Mthueteam Md Urate eaertTi lie gar the .Brand a big enough boom your Mcitey yor claes or your coun- cil that will "Im" lta rlrmlB. And it is up to YOU;' new student Who were a leader in high school to oc a atart to carry ltucoeMrullybrlng tkat abnlty ot leadership and thru the .whole -year. lftt etafl are power to generate peppy ideas into only heiginaiag to twalW how they 8lmmo8B- 8uaiit lite-for ilmmons are to miss his aervieee but they Baipped as it is by lack of old eotmt it an honor to themselves that WdenU is no longer operate by 'a their leader has ben so. recognised 0rcle of old fltudMlt8 but becaU8G ot by Uncle Sam. The Brand extends to .. . MOw f t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1918

.''' r ' . r i -!... . .'.l-kfi ft t ' t$(: pp:- fiW. '.' V . - : Hi s VK' . '.'ifii5 - . . Walking Boots for Young (.. Women and Misses The idoaliootwear for school arid college girla for every day Jirown Uray Mahogany and I Thcy'ro both serviceable aridl's At $5.00 $660 $7.50 to $10.00. "wear. 'Colors: Brown Gray Mahogany and Black. Military heel welt soles. Thcy'ro both serviceable and!1 stylish'. . :' .4 4 ' - ' anw6eM X'ii'JBurnraTiT3BII4'.'iMC t v PERSONALS Lawrence Kink has been ill in the barracks this week. . Miss Euna Jludd of O. I. H. has ;been ill this week. "Miss Ruth Jay spent the week end at her' home In Sylvester. . Miss Elizabeth Day spent week-end at her homo In 'Hamlin. 'Ralph Lloyd is In Winters this week ' '.on account ot the illness of his grand. father. Miss Cora Thomas5 enjoyed a week- end visit from her mother and broth- er. Miss Jewel Hamrlckwaa called to her homo In OormanTexas because of Tier aunts deattf. ' .' ; Miss Erna and Ruth Barrier have .returned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1918

Niw Shipment of the Dorothy Dodd (Vt Shoes Light and dark grey in both high ' heels and military heels new styles a n$8.50'to $12.00 New dark tan calf shoes military style long vamp $6.50 to ... . $10.00 Dark and medium brown shoes in vici very dressy styles $8.50 to $11.50 New styles in black vici and calf and. calf for dress or street wear$6J5u to hvm Sizes 3 to 8 AA to D wi Solendid line ot misses and cniwjrens ..ii i ai ? i ( snoes moaeraieiy priceu. v m MINTED DRY GOODS CO. I Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies. Drink at our Fountain. Good drinks. Good service. ABILENE FURNITURE COMPANY New and Secondhand Goods East of Post office ' E. W. MORRIS ' W. L. CULLER .- I FUEL-TIME l 0117 (FOOD-MONEY I "' DO IT ELECTRICALLY ABILENE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. Cagle Tailoring Co. Cleaning Pressing and Alterations. sHats Cleaned and Blocked. FAMOUS SPEAKER VISITS SIMMONS FOR V. W. W. (Continued from Page One) the one people that had como out ot the war richer materially...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1918

T. '- - . 7-jmprM - r . .-. . h mh &rj f .' i. . i - Ul'."fJ--jii'- ' i1:i?fcJ? ;' . WICS 4 -- JjV v a ' Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 1918 No. 8 S. A. I.C. STILL INTACT AND WORK. ' OFMEN ISYIELDING GOOD RESULTS C. II. W. W. COLLECTION SOPHSACRIFi HEITHET OP WITH. FLYING COLORS sFwwrw'wNiw't l yvmu mi" ' 'uwwp wijibwwwwwim mm w -' i Is JBK 1 .M immons Brnw- of 7m k c MM I MMONS GOES J & w w IK H SENT SOON New Cadet Officers Complimented by Instructors. Not Yet Known Whether Men Will Receive Discharges After a delay of many wookB a suf- ficient numbor of cots and mattresses have been received and issued to all tho mombers of the Simmons unit of tho S. A. T. C. About ono hundred of each were received sovoral weeks ago and wero issued at tho timo but al most half a hundred men wero loft unsupplied and wore compolled to sup- ply themselves. Uniforms guns and other lssuo stuff is being expected every day but has not yet arrived. Bills of lad'ng were re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1918

i$i))f$iniiiMitsBr7ind Special attention paid to all students . Work best and quickest 0 Dependable e "Weekly pHllleat!oB of Simmons FOCtTWEAR; -Collage Abilene Teawj. ( Abilene Electric Shoe h 963 South 1st Street 4 i& I&. s "Hanah and Efoward and Foster Shoes.-Sfyio Fit Service and CoMort ins6yory pair none better. BBtered'M Secead GlassfMaUEMauor s: . t' the Po to.'flce Abilene Texas; ..-?' felwcripUofa .price per 5Teari.tJ2!0Q .." jfiT JS (.- K-: 3' O- . Mmber of the Texas Intercollegiate . . Press Association. BUM Selected From Studont'Body on Merit Basis tike: Third Floor Library Building. fefory Coopor - Edltor4n-Chlof li M.vcrugniin( ----- iiusiness ni&r. 'Mick Stoker t...i.As8t Business Mgr m Distinctive Furnishings Here aro fino grade Shirts showing novol combinations of colors. There is a wonderful selection of wide flowing strik- ingly colored neckwear hosiery with interesting colorings that have an air of individuality; and cvon handkerchiefs with tasteful i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1918

K . s The Highest Quality at the Lowest Price -That's 'What We Offer You in Men's Clothes : trf you need a now fall Buit of correct stylo handsomely tailored from all-wool fabric; or an over- coat of generous weight and warmth in tho latest fashion you will find it here. "Wo call partic- ular attention to our clothes for young men "Yungfello" and "Langham-High" clothes the choico of young men who dress well. Suits $25 $30 $35 up Overcoats $20 to $50. iifovi Vamnfutfo nCK1 jf1 OopTiUMmi A.B.Slnohbaiui 0 Miss Jewel Hamrlck has returned to school after a week spent at her home in Gorman. .Mlssos Mlnnio Carojr and Luzelle Gracoy spent the week end with Hazel Gracey. Miss Mary Baton spent last week end in Cihco. . ( . '' i Miss Lois Pottoy spent Sunday with friends in Sweetwater. I Miss Jane Cubbin was In Stamford Friday to act as critic for an art ox- hibit. ' I Mrs. A. H. King and Mrs. Richards of Throckmorton are visiting their daughters Doxta King and Floy Rich- ards. "Fritz" was a w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1918

T vV"" ... ji ui wwwm jm iizrarftmM.LXstj-j't!u zjnuaMawj ttniu! j iat utxumBjr may fLvaut'ff tfyiwtgiggstiipEUgctcjatf .a. r -Vr st -wsr f.-ce V- at t ariy; tyf ". r&" wi t ' . rAfFVtfn .' n 0. t -e -r-n wrt s r aHX3&au9jRA8 sjafi' OT!t oil g v : r VI r 'IMA; . v tiiHCf j''i v'j j 'ir i f TUT A JB "M. ' LT t lf k.l I ill &m m .. w .' t y ': - rzA -' ; . iliUw Mat J l I ' II- "L- I 1 All I liWI jst$f rSf1rif V.:'' " iR "H ' Mr ' n f ( " .t' -. H " . vV' ' i i .'. v A fecial purchase of Silk Dresses including Satin &MTrcette. .Creno do Chine and Georeetto and other tftinbinatipns. Special Choice ?14 05 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. fcL' rui vvvv 4iiuri'j Buy War Saving Stamps -XW- OFFICERS: eo. L. Paxton ....President J. O. Shelton Vlce-Preildont Joe F. Garrison Cashier E- Chandler AMt-Cashler bwtv ..-- r m BUIHI I "J Headquarters for tennis athletic supplies. Jr Drink at our Fountain. service. - jf JeasitfelD i ijj i likr ymm MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY all and drinks. Good JsVVa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1918

&&Ccy- ?Tfg iVJ Vol. Ill ':.'- SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE .T. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1918 irt- - No. 9 5. A. T. C. Men To Be Demobilized Immediately mmM immKflffMtin gjSL " ' W V F" i. VETERAN OF GREAT ' iii mis his t EXPERIENCES Spent' Forty.FlTO Days at St. Mililol Front Brought Homo Bog Contain- ing German -BlJcrTOno.oL.l- Tcxnns Chosen for Train Ing at West Point Sorgoant Ruport Johnspn a formor student of Simmons arrived lji Abl- ( leno Novembor 21st to spend a low days' furlough before entering West Point. Johnson is Just back from France whero ho was attached to the 359th Infaritry 180th Brigade 90th Division. Ho sailed from France on Novembor 10 and landed in Now York on November 18. In Brest ho said ho hoard the report that tho armis- tice had boon signed and together with tho rest of tho population of tho city he celebrated pcaco until far Into tho morning. Rupert had with him a bag contain- ing German rollCB which ho had secur- ed during his service in Franco. Among his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1918

Sf f " 't The tWeeklyPtfbUcation of lmmois College Abilene Texas. 1 1 could tell you oj Entered as Second Glass Mail Matter at the Postc'tlce Abilene- Texas-; Subscription Trlcei ser.Ytoar.ts i.S2.0o Member of the -Texas 'Intercollegiate Press Association i i : .. i " r '- Staff. Selected From Stndent'Body on . 'Merit' Basis Office 5 .Third Floor Library 'Building. Mary Cooper u i-. EditorJn-Chiof J. H. McLaughlin -. Business Mgr. Mack Stoker. . . . . .Asst 'BuslnesS'Mgr. 4 v Reporters fonthls week: ; Doria Daniel Fred' Colo; .Murl Lochart Hal- bert Kiefer Mack Stoker. t Now that the S. A. T. Cv is to bo abolished many men Jn Simmon will bo -inclined to thnk "Q-what'a tho uso any longer" and as Boon as possible will quit and go home. Surely there will not bo many of these men in 'school. For if' Simmons has not im- pressed every student wnthn her walls with tho absolute necessity of a collego education In this day sho has done nothing. To be a helping factor in tho period of reconst...

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