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

"College'Choral Club Organizes.- I H Exclusiveness In Suits and Coats for Misses and Women You nrc invited to view our interesting showing of the accepted modes in Suits and Conts for Pall and Winter. Each of the gar- ments is an original creation and no two are exactly alike. Never has there been ri time when the range of styles has been more varied nor a wider latitude in the selection of fabrics. No newer o.r more becoming styles can be found than these Suits and Coats for street wear for dress and general utility. Whatever the occasion you'll find a pleasing choice here $27.50 to $150.00. I .rkm Abilene s Favorite .V W fJ Shopping Place T fJ1 QUALITY- PERSONALS. Tho occupants of Cowden Hall are too numerous to mention individually for they aro three deep in almost every room. George Cowden and Bernard Clay- ton two promising: young freshmen who have come to Simmons frm the N. M. M. I aro each doing their bit on the football field along with many others. Messrs. Allen and Jones t...

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

w w.impmn "ww ' i"' i"y jhhhp pufu" lui'iiimmnHmn wwb " I- W. Si Teachers immons l eac Simmons Students Wo welcomo you back to Abilene and to S'mmons again. Wo hope this will bo the greatest year yet both for you and tho splendid College you havo chosen When in the city this store offers you its best sorvices and a hearty welcome at all times. M inter Dry Goods Co. "Abilene's Progressive Store" Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention Parcel Post Charges Paid j eo. L. Paxton President Mwi 0V J 8heltonVloe-Pretldent JwV XmZML Joe F. Girrlton Cashier SMwf YflAX E Chandler Aeot-Caahlor jRFMj ATTEMPT WHS miETOBOTTLE UP THE BRITISH LONDON Sept. 2. if orrenpomUwo of The Associated Prei jQorinan V- tontB tried to bott'o up iho Pritislt Grand Fleet In tho Firth of Forth dur ing tho latter part of 0o wn.' nays i London paper which describes ih.s uo the most ambitious lac'.lcil operation under taken by onemy undersea craft. Tho scheme nlm-jd it the blocking off of tho cntrnnco to tug Forth by iho...

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

"uwtftfiwwn wwni'yyiiwiiinwwyi.f.ii"iw 'awwyt'f 'w mww vnwviimwM .'.W . ? ;? Ii ir imraonsBratifl ' J vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCT. 10 1919 No. 2 Earn '"--' " immi- lmMmmmii-mmm9m0mmwwiiK'mmw impimiimnmii SThS I k lU' . fcF' l IK V l tf P ft ' if-j 1 II- Simmons Cowboys Defeated Wayland ENJOY BOX PARTY AND VISIT SIDES Seniors Have First Social Affair of Year Attend "The Career of Kathrine Bush" at the Queen. On Monday evening September 29th the Senior Class held Its first "blow- out" of the year In the form of a box party at the Queen Theater with re- freshments at the close. At eight o'clock the couples began to arrive at the home of Miss Fayo Doman chairman of the committee on entertainments. When about twenty five members of the class had arrived they walked in a body to the Queen where all the box seats had been re- servd for them. The picture The Career of Katherine Bush was one of the best features billed at the Queen for some time and the class expr...

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

l J.ll"W.l'i--'lW"PW" ;fMii"rwm"K m'juijirrtwypn i'r"i"mnHM uuiLiyjiMwminiipi $ 2FI)p$imraonsBrnniJ ly John W. Cox Posey Collins and Dick Hittson for the purpose of se- lecting tho debaters for the nnnu'al Freshman-Sophomoro debate. There being no further business a motion and second was made to ad- journ. m iiiiimi urn iiiiiii limn miiiiiiiiimi immmiii mm i i mm mil him imimiiiii Tennis Goods I t-r-WXnrfYnfifT" ' w The Wookly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Toxas Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Posto.'flco Abllono Toxas. it ft Subscription Price per Yoar.....J2.00 Member of the Toxas Intorcollegiato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Offlco: Third Floor Library Building. Doris Daniel Editor-in-Chief Mack Stoker- Business Manager REPORTERS Hallio Hoghland Kelly Polk C. E. Nicodemus Truett Walton Blanche Hutchinson Alma Parmellyt Mattio donqway Hyman Harrison John C. MoWhorter Minerva Armstrong Rich- ard A. Hittson Ira Harrison Mildre...

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

lW Mllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I MIshch Fay Palmer and Lona West- E 'morelanil anent tlm wiokLnri (n nnin : Misses Juanlta Barrett rtnd Vera Shoes For Men The most reputable makes on the market prominent among them arc the well-known Kegnl and Stetson Shoes sold only at Campbell's in Abilene. Regal Shoes Hudson last an extreme English walk- ing last browii kid and ealfskin in all widths. Priced at $11 50 Regal Shoes Ksscx last modified English toe brown kid and calf leather a new style for Fall. Priced at $11 50 Regal Shoes In gunmetal kangaroo and kid all high grade shoes in fine quality leathers. Priced at $10 00 to $12 50 Stetson Shoes In brown kid and calf leathers Eng- lish last or modified last finest leathers. Priced at $12 50 and $14 00 Stetson Shoes English eom-dodger straight and combination lasts finest kid stock $12 50 Boys' Shoes Largest assortment to be found in the city and all the quality t...

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

MrifeMMHMHMHH3iHMB STORE NEWS Yesterday's express brought us 75 suits made up in nifty models for young men. Materials aro flannels cheviots worsteds and serges. Patterns aro dark tan stripes and solid colors; brown green and navy aro the colors that predominate. Doubled-breasted belters slash pockets waist-seam styles; some are half-lined others aro full-lined. Fancy silk for sleeves and coat linings are used in many styles. These suits added to our new lines already on display and sale enables us to show you a very snappy lino of tho newest styles from which to select a suit. Remember this store is the home of Hart Schaffner &'Marx Suits in Abilene. WE OFFER VERY ATTRACTIVE VALUES AT $32.50 $35.00 to $55.00 laSv eo. L. Paxton President jjK1 lAr0 J. O. Sholton Vloe-Preldent IMSffi vMA Joe F. Garrison Cashier yWf YtfAX E- Chandler Aeat-Cathler AQJV 8IMMON8 COLLEGE DEFEATED WAYLAND. B (Continued From Pago Oiio) team played consistent ball during tho second half scoring 10 points....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1919

t X - S& C- '-' (; tmm0naBrnnd 4 41 Vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCT. 17 1919 No. 3 fy$ W W V I IS. TAKE EVENING OFF AND HIE TO TtOl QUEEN Geraldlns Farrar and Lou Tellengen Are Featured In Splendid Pic- ture "The World and Its Woman." t Monday ovonlng tho Junior Class held its first "Social Feature" of the year which "was a box party at tho Queen Theatre v At eight o'clock the members be- gan to arrivo at Mary-Frances Hall. The bus which was to take tho cIbbs to town was at tho Hall at tho ap' pointed time. When twenty-two of the members had arrived they rode down to the theatre whero tho box seats had been reserved. Tho picture "Tho World and Its Woman" featuring Gcraldino Farrar and Lou Tellengen was one of the best that has been shown at the Queen for some time. After the show the class then walk- ed to Sides where refreshments con- sisting of sandwiches hot chocolato and Ice cream were served. Tho following Juniors and invited friends enjoyed this occ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1919

V I' 1.1 The Wdekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Postotflce Abllono Texas. Subscription Price per Year.... $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Office: Third Floor Library Building. Doris Daniel Edltor.ln-Chlef Mack Stoker Business Manager Reporters Sam Mnlone HalHo Hoghland Ira Harrison Tructt Walton Alice Nicho- las John C. MdWhoricr Alma Parni- elly Kelly Polk Mattio Conowny Leonard Goodnight Wm. Wood Fred Colo Jenna Mae Jay Thelma Hill- man C. E. Nlcodcmus Mildred Hanna. The Brand. We have a good foundation for an excellent paper this year; the pros- pects are fine so while wo are all now in this line write Up a joke or oven a personal and hand It In to tho Brand office and develop your latent ability TE BRONCO. Little has been said about our an- nual so far this yoar. Howovor It will soon bo tliq most popular subject for comment on the campus. As a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1919

Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllll Superior Gloves for Men -Glace Kid and Mocha Lined and Unlined A splendid showing of men's Gloves for dress and general wear is .present here. Specially featured are the Adler Gloves which we have sold for a number of years and which have proven so satisfactory in every way to our customers. Large shipments of these Gloves for fall and winter have recently arrived giying us a well-rounded stock and a quality we can recommend. Every pair is guaranteed perfect in material and workmanship. The styles are the latest for this' season and include kid gloves for dress in the new brown and grey shades ; undressed kid and Mocha Gloves in all the new shades ; some are silk-lined others unlined; one and two-snap fasteners plain stitched or heavy silk embroidered backs. Prices $2.5i0 to $4.00 . AbiUnl't Favcritt Shoppint Pica WC& QUALITY-M VAWB-SERWCG S Ti 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1919

i f i . - & U STORE NEWS Yesterday's express brought ua 75 Bults made up In nifty models for young men. Materials are flannels cheviots -worsteds nnd serges. Patterns are dark tan stripes and solid colors; brown green and navy are the colors tliat predominate. Doubled-breastod belters slash pockets waist-seam styles; some are half-lined others are full-lined. Fancy silk for sleeves and coat linings are used in many styles. 'Thoao fiuitB added to our new lines already on display and sale enables us to show you a very snappy line of the nowost styles from which to select a suit. Iicmcmber this store is the homo of Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits in Abilcno. WE OFFER VERY ATTRACTIVE VALUES AT $32.50 $35.00 to $55.00 MByJflfffilirTF(lB OElggHSEB - M Mo. L. Paxton President iAwWL lWVPV J. O. 8heltonVloe-Pre!dent AmWa 'YwB Jo F Grrln Cashier JmKMmtTmJJr YtfjAX E Chandler Asct-Caehler JRJm niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 October 1919

?!;. ' . tf$vV '' 1 1-1 J immons Brand vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCT. 24 1919 No. 4 Si iJ A Em r . DAVIDSON MAKES MPRESSIVE TALK IN CHAPEL WEDNESDAY A. M. Takes Usual Text and Puts Dowrfj Several Heresies Regarding Every.Day Life. Chapel Is always interesting when Dr. Davidson speakB. So Wednesday morning when he read one of IiIb fam- iliar texts "There Is no new thing un- der the sun" everyone took a spirited position for some pldasant listening. The following is a brief outlino of his speech: "There are several malicious here- sies which I wish to step on right now. In these days of Reconstruction the propaganda has been started that everything has changed. That Is not so. Most everything is ns it was be- ioro the war except prices. Wo are yet the same people and the same pro- blems confront us that confronted our grandfathers. So when some field secretary for the abrigation of hay fever comes along preaching some new problem there Is only one Intel- lige...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 October 1919

$IV5fimiiiwBr?ma Tke Wwkly Fublleattoa of Simmons Collage 'Abilene Texas Ratored as Second Glass Mall Matter at the Poetbrflce Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per Year. . . . .$2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Office First Floor New Building Deris Daniel r Edltor.ln-ChUf Mack Stoker Business Manager 8TAFF. Mattle Conaway i ...Exchanges Truett Walton . Specials C E. NIcodemus. General Hallle B. Hoghland ' .Fine Arts Kelly polk News REPORTERS Minerva Armstrong Ira Harrison J. H. Garrett Hyman Harrison Nlta Robinson Alma Par. melly Kelly Polk Mack Stoker Jack Matchett C. E. NIcodemus Fred Cole Mattle Conaway Jenna Mae Jay Richard A. Hlttson and Truett Walton. THE STAFF. In view of the fact that until this ' issue of the Brand a staff has not been chosen for this ypar a word of explanation may bo plausible. The delay; like all other delays these days was due to the crowded conditions of 'the school. The staff a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 October 1919

Fancy Box STATIONERY Russell Pike and Allen Kurkendall have moved out of the hall for some reason??? J?A TO ALL TINTS AND 7 SHAPES BEST VALUES IN FRENCH IVORY 4 Get It at Renfro- Bickford Drug Company Free Delivery. Phones 89 & 46 PERSONALS Burton Elliot an old SlmmonB stu- dent enrolled'last week and Is now In Cowden Hall. Ouy Tankoraley Solon Lea Ingle Lea Mercer Armstrong and Aubroy Denton spent a few days in Knox City. Miss Lona Westmoreland made a llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllrlllllllllllllimillllllllllllllimillHI visit to Rule this week end. X Lionel Johnson went to Clovls New Mexico on business tho early part ot the weok. Ask Jack Matchott why Oklahoma had a jersey cow at tho ToxaB-Okla- homa fottball gamo??7? MissJohnnio Golden spent Monday with Mrs. Seals. Miss Marguerite Lynch spent part ot last week at hor home at Albany. Miss Alice Nicholas and her sister Aida returned from Dallas Monday. Miss Orace Shook spent Sunday night with Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 October 1919

STORE Yesterday's express brought us 75 suits made up in nifty models for young men. Materials are flannels choviots worsteds and serges. Patterns are dark tan stripes and solid colors; brown green and navy are the colors that predominate. Doubled-breasted belters slash 'pockets waist-seam styles; some are half-llndd others are full-lined. Fancy Bilk for sleeves and coat linings are used ln many styles. These suits added to our new lines already on display and sale enables us to show you a very snappy lino of the newest styles from which to select a suit. Remember this store 1b the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx SultB in Abilene. WE OFFER VERY ATTRACTIVE VALUES AT $32.50 $35.00 to $55.00 UrX Mo. L. Paxton President AzHf Wttr0V J Shelton Vloe-PreIdent Ww YBfVBX Joe F. Girrlton Cathler fMbMS VflAX E- Chandler Awt-Caehler AHMV Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin BROWN'S IN TOWN 0 110 Pine Street HUNGRY OR THIRSTY? 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

s s2& immans Brand vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCT. 31 1919 No. 5 V r. i v STATE FEDERATION MEETS F Local Societies Make Extensive Plans For the Entertainment of Dele. gates From the Various Schools. On November 8 and 9 tho Popes and Cllos of Simmons will be hosts to the Erlsophlan-Ophellan Federation of Texas. This Is a federation of lit- erary societies of the various schools and colleges over tho state. At present there are about eight colleges which hold membership in the Federation. Among these schools are Simmons Baylor Meridian Howard Payne and sevoral others. Last year the meeting was hold at Baylor University with a small at- tendance due to the unsettled condi- tions among the schools. At that meet- ing it was decided tliat tho convention should be held with Simmons. Mr. McVUiorter was elected president and Ml8 Clara May secretary of the orga- nization. Under the direction of tho president the Popes and Cllos are getting ready for a wonderful me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

k BAND PROSPECTS SPLENDID. Simmons is to havo a real live band. That Is the resolvo of tho fow men who me in tho chapel Tuesday after- noon October 28. Band practice had been announced that afternoon but only seven men out of sixteon signed prospects were present. Owing to tho lack of music and proper instruments' no practice was hold. But plans were made looking for- ward to tho employing of a band di- rector by the college and to tho bring- ing of band work into .tho life of tho collego so that credit may be given for this work as is now the caso with Choral Club work. Bill Morris who was tho leading spirit of tho meeting stated that they hoped to interest tho college authori- ties in a band and that a student band without college help would always bo doomed to failure. They hoped he said to have a band soon after the holidays provided tho college gave them the support they wanted. TENNIS If the present plans are carried out tho students of Simmons will have a chance to witness so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

E FROM YALE UNIV. Denr Students : I Intended to write to you sooner but I have boon very busy for I have to study mighty hard horo. Talk about long lessons my my I havo to read two or tlrroo books a week the books cf four or flvo hundred pages each. L'csldcs those I have to tako all the lecture notes. So you sec what that means. Say fellows I am awfully home- sick for Simmons Abilene Texas and cf the Sunny Soutli. Of course I like Yale tho groatest plao I havo ovor been but I love good old Simmons. S.mmons is the best collego In tlii south. I do not 3ay the biggest or tho greatest but I say the best. Tho beat In many ways. Tho climate the lo- cation economical conditions hospi- tality of the people tho spirit of tho students and tho faculty. The climate there Is no bettor nor healthier place than that of Ablleno Tho location it Is centrally located and Micro Is no collego of its size be- tween Fort Worth nnd California and If Is surrounded by the richest farms and the oil fields in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

jf SimmonsBirmd The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Postoffice Abilene Toxas. Subscription Price per Year..... $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Office First Floor New Building Doris Daniel-- Edltor-ln-Chtcf Mack Stoker Business Manager STAFF. Mattle Conaway - Exchanges iTruett Walton . Specials C. E. NIcodemus General Halite B. Hoghland Fine Arts . Kelly Polk r News Itoporters; Minerva Armstrong Alma Parmelly Verna Gustavus Rich ard A. Hlttson Itetha Chambers Ira Harrison Jonnlo Mao Jay Wm. Wood John C. McWhorter C. E. Nicodemus Hyman Harrison Ira Harrison Halllo Hoghland Mildred Lewis Harry Hunter Kelly Polk Mack Stoker. Thrift is not a hardship. It is a habit Got the habit by buying Thrift and War Savings Stamps every pay day. When you save first and spend after- wards you trade something you will never miss for something you are sure to want....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

1 It Does it pay to advertise in the "Brand?" If so follow this ad. Get It at Mrs. Peacock of McCaulloy visited her daughter Ellen Sunday. Mr. Lloyd Cooko visited Minerva Armstrong Sunday. Miss Miss Iona McCombs spent Sunday and Monday at her home In Roby. Miss Erma Darrler vtalted her homo In Lubbock several days last week. Maude Anette spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin who lives In town. Saturday evening at 11:15 Toly Hall 'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIlim will sell at public auction its entire stock of Toilet Water at cost or bo-low. Mack Stoker loaves here tonight on route to Fort Worth Austin and Hous- ton where ho expects to transact Im- portant business concerning the Sim- mons Drand. Prom Houston ho will return to the Phllo-Phlla Confederation at Waco. Miss Vera Dogum and Jewel Thomp- son were guests of Mrs. Wilson Sun-day. Miss Margie Lynch has returned from a short visit at her home. Renfro- Bick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 October 1919

MANY STUDENTS. GIVE LIFE TO MISSIONARY WOItK Special Midwinter Display of Ladies Hats (Continued from pago 1 .) Farmers & Merchants National Bank Virginia Crelghton foreign mission- ary. Christine Evans Christian nurse. Ltltte Edwards missionary to China. Clara Trout teacher to Switzerland. W. S. Drown missionary. J. T. Fielder school work in China. C. J. White evangelist. C. H. Reeves any service. M. J. Kintner foreign missionary. H. N. Davis medical missionary. P. B. Prince foreign service. ABILENE TEXAS The odest Bank in the Abilene country will appreciate your business. Largo or small acounts given the same careful consideration. vWKr ttKKgWv -RK7 This week you arc invited to sec the opening display of the new Mid-Winter Hats. The new season presents MANY NEW AND BECOMING SHAPES in nil kinds of pile fabrics and fur. Also beautiful metallic Cloth. Gold lace Hats for evening and dress wear. Come in and see the beautiful GAGE MODELS AND VOGUE PATTERNS Wc also direct your specia...

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