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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1919

mfmmmmmm mmpmmmmmwMi mm ' wBMwpywiw-M1 mum- hip1 wnyf wimmmm KW this circus the best yet under the "Hc name of "the Varsity Circus." New White Oxfords 4 XfJSfr C The Slat. Phillips University will Btago a JIght '.a. 1 New Brown Pump vr v Just in From The Regal Shoe Company v opera next year A Bum of more than flvo thousand dollars was raised . for tho Zollars memorial which Is to do a model church at tho Initial meeting held for this purpose. A Government officer will Inspect tho R. O. T. C at Phillips Unlvorslty on May 8th. flWI '.'p .v: ' .A graceful' style of tongue Pump in dark :. 'Pwp Kidskin with silk bow long slender ; yamp Louis heel and turn sole. Price $10.00 j' Ganujfofik PERSONALS Toly HalL Jack Torry made a hurried trip to Itangor Saturday. An Interview with him on his return Tuosday failed to gain enllghtonmont as to tho cause of thfsrip. : Dick Wood was aroused from his slumber .Saturday night by a severe pain in his dining room apartments caused by eating an enormous...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1919

wmtQmiMw'fwi'wu''wmiwjwwT"'w .) t Special Display of NEW VOGUE HATS This display marjo? tho opening o the now season in Millinery- visions of graco and lovo- liness best describes these beautiful midsum- mer hats. This Special Shipment of V(bguo Hats represent careful selections from tho new mid- summer line just opened in New Yorjc. The new materials are Ieghorns and Taffeta combi- nations Milam and Taffeta also Organdie com- binations practically all are trimmed in rib- bons. Shapes are extremely largo or extremely small. You and jyour friends are cordially in- vited to come in and see try on and note tho artistic lines and becomingness of the new mid- summer Voguo hats. Rapid spiling has characterized our hat busi- ness especially this season.. Early Spring hats are practically sold up but wo have a table of small shapes in Spring hats that we havo mark- ed for quick clearance. Look theso over when in the store as wo offer some unusual values. M inter Dry Goods Co. "Abilene's Pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1919

I . v imraons (Brand Vol. III SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING MAY 10 1919 No. 2 8 m?$ n L large number of bonds sun. SCRIBED AND STILL MORE BEING BOUGHT. T. N. GARSWELL SPEAKS Former Grmlunto Tells Students Dlf- . fcrcnt Kcnsons Why "Wo Should Finish tho Job" Wo Started. Tho Victory Loan cause was vory ably presented to tho Faculty and stu- dents of Simmons at Chapel Wednoa. day by Mr. T. N. Carswell a former graduate of the college. No one could help realizing that Mr. Carswell knew what he was talking about and that ho believed every word ho said. The fol- lowing are somo pf tho reasons that the speaker gavo why one should In- vest in Victory bonds: "It is a sure and paying investment. Thero is no human possibility of losing the Investment since the United States Government is back of it. It is a pay- ing proposition because a greater in- terest is paid on tho bonds than on savings' accounts and the bonds will soon sell nbovo par. "We must give tho money in paying t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1919

Qi tip JRwumos Brand $ lone of their most faithful members la ? wjfr J"0 laM;tk death of Mrs. J. B. Hambsrlln. 4jHWfAWB T";.' I8 aohool In the little bultd- k.n .. . r . ilng jut south of the oaajsW-known atorea .010. Mitt attar w "a"lb!H Unlveryf t't.'Piwt:iw Ablleasw Teams. Sahwripaiai Frlaa ier Year....42.M them in every way. A year ago she Mmbf a the Texas Intercollegiate get a graae-burr la her foot and failed Preear AeeeektMea. to get' a tiny splinter of It out. It Staff Seleeted rraaTstudeat Body '. W"0 nd "Uatf y ?1l lZ-L caused her death. She suffered la- j tearieiy but was cheerful and hopeful Office: Third Floor Library' Building 'through It all. She was a real Chrlst- i ; " Ian one whoso outlook on life was al- Mary Ceeeer . dor-la-Caief ways oaUsalstte. She faced death In DORIS DANIEL........ Ass. Editor that serene and yet Joyful way that J.H.-MeLaughMa .. Baefckeea Baaecer oniy one oaa who has llVed this life aYaeKSteker .... Circulation Maaager ia e greatest and true...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1919

r'-dp-rrn t - r- nual May Fete dinner was given Wed Fashion Loaders Shown Exclusively by Us nesday evening at the Woman's Build ing in honor of the visitors. Many THE NEW GREY OXFORD striking and symbolic drills were given on the campus carrying out the pa triotic scheme. Miss Helen Robert- soil was the Queea of May. Southwestern broke even with A. IK! and M. in baseball last ' week; the i scores were Southwestern 3-2; A. and as. l-l. ' "X Tho Domstlc Arts department of S. W. gave an exhibit of work done this year laBt week. yjLnBk "r Street Pumps Brown Cordo calf for all-season' wear. The stylo and fit of this dainty modol mean unusual satis- faction in a Summes Shoo correct- ly designed substantially made and fairly priced - $8.00 White Pumps A dainty white fabric pump cov- ered military heel a fashionable summer necessity to complete your dainty summer apparel. A com- plete run of sizes and widths just in price $7.00 WqjiW$ef$ PERSONALS ; .Q. I. H. Misses Annlo Byrd Scott and Rut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1919

r xwHftr w te I-. E v It Beautiful new styles in summer dresses Many Spocial Soteotions for ' ? ' Baccalaureate and Graduation Use. Handsome Silk Dresses of .Trjdolotte Taffeta Georgette Me'sshlino and Towards in many new and pretty colors and coldr combinations. These dresses "were selected from strictly high grade lines ard among the most attractive gar- ments we have ever shown. Prices are from $25.00 up to $115.00 A now and complete lino of Mid-Summer Dres- ses in white and tinted Organdie printed voils white and colored Georgette Chintz Madras French and Tissue Gingham. All fresh crisp new garments made in new and strikingly pret- ty summer styles juBt tho dresses you'll want for warm days. Prices arc from $10 to $50.00 t 0 M inter Dry Goods Go. "Abllene's Progressive Store" Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention Parcel Post Charges Paid IMSA Mo. L. Paxton President jWr t0 J. O. Sholton Vloe-ProIdont IOi VM Joe F. Garrison Cashier MmI McCarty Furniture Co. Large distributers whol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 May 1919

$ rff;ffafc!--jp- .:;.'." -iw;s-. !'U i-V '5- '::'"':" '; - '' V $i&i' .:r--im-h Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 23 1919 No. 30 Th? Simmons Brand ' F I- I T NT T ffl i S. COUNCIL AND ATHLETIC POSI- TIONS EDITORS OF BRAND AND CORRAL FILLED E IE-ELECTED PRES. Business of Brnnd and Corral Still Consolidated Stojkcr Manngcr for tlio Next Tear In what was possibly the wind up mooting of tho Students' Council for the year '18 and 19 elections to tho most important offices open to stud- ents were held. According to custom the pieces of President of tho Students' Council Vice-President Socrotary Trcasuror of tho Council; Of Editor and Buslnosn Manager of tho Brand; Of Editor of tlio Corral; and of Tho Representa- tives to tho Athletic Council woro fill- ed. In tho Council elections Mr. Victor Payne was most unanimously made President; Mr. J. D. Sandefer Jr Vice- Frcsldont Miss Blanche Hutchison Secretary and Mr. Bernico Trammel! Treasurer. Payno was selected du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 May 1919

tt" "fry The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as Socond Glass Mall Matter at the PostO.'flce Abileno Texas. PUPILS INJOINTPROGRAM Subscription Price por Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Solootod From Student Body on Merit Basis Office: Third Floor Library Building. r Mary Cooper Editor-in-Chiot DORIS DANIEU Ass. Editor J. H. McLaughlin . . Business Banagor Mack Stoker .... Circulation Manager Royston Crano Cartoonist 8PECIAL REPORTERS Fred Colo Athletics Doris Daniel Exchanges Rico Plorson Specials Hallio Hoghland Fine Arts Kelly Polk . General Activities Reporters for this -week: Hallio lloghland Fred Cole Mattyo Conawny Kelly Polk Blnncho Hutchison Mack Stoker Dick Hlttson. DORIS DANIEL ISSUE EDITOR Tho pupllB of the music and Ex- pression dopartmont gave a vory Inter- esting and ontortaining recital Tues- day ovonlhg May 3. Evory numbor was cleverly rondorcd and Bhowed splendid preparation. Tho following is tho pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 May 1919

vrr r fr-V W't Trunks and Traveling Bags of Superior Quality -Our Indest'ructo Trunks combine convenience with strength and benuty of design. Tho interior arrangements win the enthusiasm of seasoned travelers. -You will bo interested in inspecting these fine trunks tho safest trunks to buy they are guaranteed for five years against loss or damage. -A full line of trunks of all sizes and for every purpose. In- destructo NN. V. P. and other good makes from $7.50 up to $100.00. Handbags from $5.00 t o$35.00. Ganwfiefik PERSONALS Toly Hull Personals Toly Hall had a representation of ono hundred per cent plus at tho Queen Tuesday and Wednesday of laBt week. Dick wood mado a comfortable trip to Clydo and other points Wednesday night. 3. Ico Cream and Cold Drinks are hotter at Ronfro-'Blckford's Drug Store. - Tho first of Toly Hall's preparations lor the coming finals is to bo seen in tho form of Individual collections of email looao-leaf note books. Joo Wostbrook camo In about elev- en o'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 May 1919

MISS EEEVES IN RECITAL New Hats for Men Shipment of novelty shapes in brown tan green and black felt hats $4.00 to $7.00". New arrivals in straw leghorn Panama and Balliluke Hats 1.00 to $8.50 Just R eceive Another shipment of handsome negligee shirts for warm weath- er wear. Standard mado fast colors. The novelty patterns are Jierc in madras percal etc. at $1.25 to $3.00. Handsome -silk crepes and tub silks at $5.00 to $11.50. Minter Dry Goods Co. "Abllene's Progressive Store" Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention Parcel Post Charges Paid McCarty Furniture Co. Large distributers wholesale and retail. Furniture and Floor coverings. Abilene Texas MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Hearquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies Drink at our Fountain Good drinks. Good service. Save 1 FUEL-TIME ( l ui; MVU J FOOD-MONEY 1 Wre DO IT ELECTRICALLY ABILENE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. WE ABE IN OUR NEW LOCATION And reqdy to take caro of our customers. Call us when in need of Cleaning and pressing. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

t i -.. COMMENCEMENT 19X9 immonsBnniA Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 6 1919 No. 31 'i --)$ far 2TlnS Twenty-Seventh Annual Commencement Greatest Success In History GOVERNOR BROUGH OF ARKANSAS DELIVERES SPLENDID ADDRESS ON GRADUATING DAY DOCTO R TIDWELL OF BAYLOR IN PULPIT SUNDAY. ONEITA CHRISTOPHER HONOR GRADUATE. Commencement Proper began Fri- day afternoon at 4:30 with tho Atwoil Oratorical Contest This year marks tho twenty-seventh annual commence- ment of Simmons and is dlstiguished by tho elaborato Homo-Coming which was held on tho Campus Monday Friday Tho Atwell contest Is held every year at tho closo of school in response to an offer made by Judgo Atwoil to givo to that man or woman who In tho estimation of chosen judges should present the best original essay on "The Lights That Never Fail" Four contestants wero entered this year namely "Miss Jennlo Mao Jay. Roy Mc- Culloch Truott Walton John Williams The winner of tho contest was not an- npunced u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

it. fc I SKINTS VS. SINNERS E CXoly Hall and Ministers. DOMESTIC SCIENCE SIDES ON PICNIC A gamo filled with thrills and .sen- sational plays was played last week between tho proachors of Simmons col lege and tho Inmates of Toly Hall usually termed "Sinners." Tho gamo was not won by either toam until tho last inning when tho Toly Hall toam forced ahead by a wondorful batting rally winning bytho score of 14-13. Toly Hall made tho first scoro In the second inning but lost this lead when tho "Saints" crossed tho plato four1 tlmos in tho third. At tho end of tho sixth inning the scoro stood 13-8 in favor Of tho ministers. .Tho "gamo con- tinued this way until tho last of tho last inning. Wood was tho first man to tho bat for Toly and was startor of tho rally by securing a twp-baso hit. Things then began to happen; six men crossed tho homo plato beforo a single man was put out. As soon as the Sin- ners got in tho lead tho gamo was callod becauso tho Saints had batted their last timo. Tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

Iw IT -"-. f rrf -jy- w . w IE TME WORLD F gPORT 1820BftSKETBflLLTEflM TO BE AJTATE WINNER The Basket Ball team during the 1020 Beaaon will uphold tho record that Simmon's teams havo mado In former years Simmons has always been a leader In buskot-bnll and Is considered one of tho strongest colleges In tho state at this game- ' Tho state-championship Is oxp'ccted to bo won by tho qulntcUo of basket tossers next year as it was last year. This year our quintette was unde- feated but was unablo to contest with tho leading teams for tho stato-cham-pionship. Howovor tho schcdulo for noxt Bcason includes games with tho strongest collogo and university teams in Texas and Oklahoma. All 8 of tho men who received nth- lotlc letters for basket ball this year are oxpected back for next season. Theso men are Robinson Collins anil McDonald. Forwards Mansoll and Barkloy Centors. Payne Colo and Whltesldes Guards. Besides theso men Tabor Bradley and Dunaway of last years team will bo back from servlc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

BjPK?"Wi &1fyt Simmons ftrnnb I co-operation you have given Us when lit looked as If college activities were 'on the decline and In short for the - - ...... .. !good will we havo felt you have had The Weekjy Publication of Simmdns tQWard Ufl durng our hoo y(jal. wq College Abilene Texas. . thank you Wo ard ndcod proud Qf thfl class of 1920 and wish you tho very Entered as Second Class Mall Matter .bo8t ot auccossos during your year of at th PnSto.'f!c.A. AWlnnn. Tnifls. n ycarfl- THE SENIORS. - - .-..... .-- ... - - . I- Subscription Price per Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Studont Body on j Morlt Basis ! Office: Third Floor Library muiaing. thor vcry groat a888tanco tho 8cn. Mary Cooper Editor-in-Chief' Iors hf on enabled to turn what DORIS DANIEL Ass. Editor nt f r8t Promised to ho on0 of tho dull- J. H. McLaughlin .. Business Banagor081 rB f 4STT8 into one of tho Mack Stoker .... Circulation Manager very ' peplost" that h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

i ' J I l Baylor TJnlTorsIty. Rov. J. B. Gates of San Antonio will preach tho baccalaureato sermon at Baylor. Tho prospects for a splendid track team aro good. Daylor Summer School 'will opon Juno Oth. Baylor lost to Stato U. In tho state tonnls moot last week. Thoro will bo a formal unvolllng of tho Browning portrait on Juno 3d. When You Go Home Don't forget your old Photographer "for beneath a rough ex- torior pulses a noble soul." A happy vacation to all. Robinson the Photo Specialist ANNUAL COMMENCENENT (Continued from page Ono) 35 SENIORS AWARDED wo find that John was to excludo strong drink. Mo was to llvo a pure life and I charge you that a pure life in aftor years comos from a puro llfo i whllo you aro young. Thoro must bo purity of deeds words and thoughts. It la fmnsiWfmf tflnt nn nnf alitill Iia ttn ' ma wuiiuituuk kuHk ill uw ui.u.a uw ...- puro. A great man must bo mastor of self. A man full of Btrong drink can- tho last sorvico in tno commonco- not bo maston Wo must ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

WT f'fi "qr-l -f-r-7-J" JBPWWyW'WWPP lltWVwl 7Tr" I RECFPTIUN GIVEN BY ART DEPARTMENT Miss ShcIIa Lacy receives medal Awarded (o Students Making Most Progress During Year coins VICTORS IN LAST GAMES Thursday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30 tho Annual Art ccoptlon was hold in the rooms of tho Art Depart- ment About a hundred visitors called during tho hours. Many beautiful pieces of china and water color skot- ch6s wero on display. Eepeclal men- tion should bo mado of tho pastel painting of Miss Cora Fervis. The designs of several dinnersets received much praise from tho guests. Much advancement has been mado during tho past year in the Art De- partment under the able direction of Miss Cubbin. It is the custom in this department to award a medal every year to student who In tho estimation of tho other students has made tho most progress during tho year. Tho '19 medal was awarded to Miss Suella Lacy. Miss Lacy won over several opponents. Delicious punch was served thru out tho afternoon b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

ir0ripB v-itfw nviFmpr- IN THE WORLD OF SPORT . (Continued from page 3) jV The Ideal Commencement Gift rwgw w&tynvrvsimfL -v - H 1 K i Posoy Collins shortstop Posoy was tho runt of tho team but slzo did not hinder him. He was always on tho job and took a groat delight in grabbing for hot ones. "Hotty" was our loadoff man on tho batting list nnd did good work with tho stick. Victor Payne catchor Vic was al- ways on tho Job behind the bat and caught many men on second with his peg to tho second sack Ho was a good man with the stick and would I knock the ball to an uncovered part of tho field. H C ! Johnnlo Winters utility Winters camo to us this post season from Tarlo-ton-college. His ability to play any position in either the Infield or out- fJeld will win a regular placo for him on next season's nino. IM L Lester McDonald loft f 1 o 1 d "Snooks" played his socond year in tho left corner of tho outfield this season. Ho would speed over all gopher holes weed patches In great stylo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 June 1919

r w "ni wj rT . ... 1 f W n ' t ' "O c t v - 1 1 1 . -.-v'JJ ;ii"ii t t i-.' . i: K. NEW SHIRTS FOR MEN Hot wether means more shirts per week. We have just filled a new shirt case with the prettiest novelty striped Silk Crepes and tub silk sllirts of the' season ; also solid white Silk Shir $5.00 to - $11.60 Biglihe of "negligee shirts novelty patterns and white in Madras Percale and fiber silk soft and laundered cuffs; prices from $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 to $3.50 M inter Dry Goods Co. "Abllene's Progressive Store Mail'Oraers Receive Prompt Attention Parcel Post Charges Paid .. MSA Mo. L. Paxto'n Preildont fPmi VVPy J. O. Shelton VIoo.Pretldent fewV Val Joe F Garrlaon Caihler yWf VPBX E- Chandler Aast-Cashler AHJ McCarty Furniture Co. Large distributers wholesale and retail. Furniture and Floor coverings. Abilene Texas MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Hearquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies. v Drink at our Fountain Good drinks. Good u (service. .- . fur f5!':'--B'?i5l;:FOOI)-MONE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 October 1919

fSiSffllPJW T$ -Vr-t .IflfB--fW r-iT.-. - TV " HS P I " r "j '" " fr r "t'Sf iAH'fahs?$ .w"v..- :$ 'it..'- .' :- o-' 3." r Vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OC.r. 3 1919 No.l v& wv "? jw mprm'i'tKpiiflffizm''9 vw '. ' a .. 'Jjr ' . . ' "V '- C ty? Simmons BranfilS r. . i ... i tT I y b r ' v Simmons Gridders Are SIMMONS OPENS FALL TERM WITH ALL Mayor Scarborough Addresses Large Audience of Students and Patrons Exte'nds Welcome to All En- rollment Exceeds One Thousand with Many More to Enter This WeeK. On last Wednesday Sept. 17 tho friends patrons and students of Sim- mons formally celebrated her twenty- ninth opening by gathering in the au- ditorium at ten o'clock. Tho largo chapel hall which accommodates about a thousand people was jammed. Stu- dents and visitors who arrived too late to secure seats stood around the walls 'while listening to the program. President Sandefer asked the audi- ence to stand and they sang tho Star Spangled Banner with Prof. Ander- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 October 1919

iwhwwm '"mi wmmmmmm)9Hllijmm!iWm- "- fm f? S SFIjeSimraonsBrnnfl The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Toxas. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at tho Posto.flco Abilene ToxaB. Subscription Price per Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intorcollcglato Press Association. Staff Seloctod From Student Body on Merit Basis Office: Third Floor Library .Building. Doris Daniel i Editor-in-Chief Mack Stoker. Business Manager i Reporters. Hallie Hoghland kolly Polk C. B. NIcodomus Jno. C. McWhorter Alma Parmelly Truett Walton Katio Leo Gracey Jenna Mae Jay Fred Colo Jeanetto Edlns. ' 1 1 i i ' ' f i ii i i Have you been aa courteous to tho 'Fish" as you would havo liked .for an old student to have been to you?. If not why not? Can you not remem- ber tho selfsame pangs of lonellnosa and homesickness and tho longing for all of the things home holds so dear to you that he now experiences in his sweet young life? Tho days of Kultur and Prussianism are past and no Bolshevist is wel- come I...

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