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

immansJBratifl Vol. lilt SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING DEC. 6 1919 Nd. 10 h s" Jfi w . tr SIMMONS 268; OPPONENTS 45 appear AS THE FIRST E House Crowded On Eve of First Ly. ceum Course 8omo Even Failed to Get 8eats. Tho first number of. tho Lyceum course was given in tho auditorium Monday ovonlng at 8 o'clock before a crowd that taxed tho capacity of tho house. Some were turned away be- cause of the inability to socuro BoatB. Tho Oratorio and Operatic program given by th0 Metropolitan Slngerfe was one of tho best that ever appeared on tho Simmons Lyceum Course. Tho comany was composed of MIsb Beulah Hayes Soprano; Miss Madgo Miller Contralto; Alfrfcd C. Green Tenor; 'Leonard A. Aldridge Basso Contanto and Miss Mary Blon Pianist and Ac- companist. Numbers especially enjoyed by tho audience' were tho "Artistic Bur- lesque" sung by tho quartette tho "solos by Miss Hayes and th0 piano solos by Miss Blon. After this enjoyable number tho stu- dents nre looking forward to t...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 December 1919

$"3fyf Simmonsltoma & The Weekly Publication of Simmons v College Abilene Texas. at tho Posto flee Abilene Texas. mending their father's noble example of Sturdy Christian manhood and praying for them tho comfort and con- solations of faith In tho Divine church whom their father loved so loyally and sorvee so well. 3. That thoso .resolutions bo pub- Entered aa Second Class Mall Matter ! 1shCil n thc Brand nnd n copy bo. jiranamuien to mo lamuy. Subscription prlco por Year.... $2.00 Member of tho Texas Intorcolleglato Press association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Ofilce First Floor New Building Doris Daniel l. Edltor.ln-Chlcf ( i.'ack Stoker Business Manager' f 8TAFF. Mattln r.nnawav Exchanaes rM) Alfn Shoctat Colleges." 0. H Coopor Fay Doman Julius Olson. EXCHANGES "The Dally Bulletin." Threo .holjdays Thursday1 Friday and Saturday were given at A. and M. for Thanksgiving this year. At a recent meeting of tho Social Scicnco Seminar Professor J. F. Mc- Donald ...

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

Your Doctor Knows Cisco last week. Walter Potter Is fast becoming an expert Ford Mechanic. Misses Ruth Jones and Pearl Smith spent Sunday with tho Misses Estcs. I llfllllfli J ; ' -to ' and "will tell you that unless his prescriptions ard filled with the utmost fidelity with the purest and freshest .of drugs all his abil- ity to euro you will bo wasted. Your prescription should bo brought to this store whero we pride ourselves on the care devot- ed to carrying out your doctor's instructions. Nell Pftrmolly visited her homo folks In Strewn during Thanksgiving wook. ' Irma Coleman and Erma Barrier spent tho week-end in Morkel. ' Mrs. Smith Miss Alllo Suggs' sister spent Monday in Gfcl. H. Miss Fay Palmor spent tho week-ond at her homo. Miss Eula Mao Drunson has returned "Wo also have tho latest neces- from hor homo at Midland sarics in medical and sanitary ap plianccs. Get It at Renfro- Bickford Drug Company Mary Bess Dean spent Sunday with Mrs. Roudoff of Abilene.' Miss Eufaula Wise ...

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

r "Hwiit'hp "IWIl"rW F wvw vvMpM "fvf'uvi y " r" ""f "vr iiitiiiiiiiHiiitiitiiriiiiiuiiitiutiiiittiiiHriiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiituii TJfWM' mHf$fto wwpjw . yji it-tv -YI7V 7 3 I' Fine Holiday Hosiery i Silk Stockings that nro different and better are the sort you want for Christmas giving. Such stockings arc hero in "Wayne Knit and Kaysor's mako in Italian silk glove silk and silk lisle. Mako your Christmas selections fromthis splendid stock of individual novel- ties and practical styles. Ladies Silk Hbso in colors to match the fashionable shoe shades also in staple black and white. Priced from - $1.50 $1.75 $2.50 to $3.50 Boys' and Girls' Stockings in heavy ribbed sturdy make; or in finer ribbed lisle and cotton ; brown white and black 25o to 65o AbUntt't Favcrilt Shopping PUc &( qUAUTY-M VALlJr-SEWCG ntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiim SENIORS ASSUME DIGNITY. ' A particular mark of dis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

H' f $ -1 " r 56 tGHRIS TMA S ISS UB immm&Braiid vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING DEC. 13 1919 No. 11 5 FIRST IN RANK BANQUET Seniors and Friends Celebrate Annual Aficir In Proper Mnnncr. Meet nt Ncnls. Tho Ssnlors like all other Collogo factions enjoy tho social sldo of ox- 'etenco. And In npito of the fact that (lie faculty seems ''hard boiled" ami unrelenting in regaid fu granting Ihem privileges at lime they go along l.eautlfully and mnw tho best of those things which aro Jnhciently theirs. However tho "power behind tho throno" sometime frowns over his tpecs and contemplates the outcomo with a dub'ous air. Acocrdingly last Wednesday ovon- ing was declared Uio ''eventful day" fcr tho dignitaries this term. For tho L-octal committee advised the class that "tho plo and cider' was ready and waiting for their consumption in tho culmination of an elegant banquet at tho Grace Hotol. Thus did tho afair start gaining mo- mentum oven a little fa&ter than tho l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

PAOi TWd &1fti SiramonsBntnd The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as Second Class Mali Matter at the Posto.'flce Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff eloctbd From Student Body on Merit Basis.. Office First Floor New Building 8TAFF. D0RI8 DANIEL Edltor.lnChlef MACK STOKER Business Mgr. SAM MALONE Assistant Editor ( MATTIE CON AW AY Ex. Editor KELLY POLK Circulation Mgr. S. C. QARTMAN Advertising Mgr REPORTERS. Alma Pnrmolly Marshall Coates Jen- nie Mae Jay Kolly Polk William Wood C. E. Nicodemus Lula Mao Brunson. e'". "" -"" """' "" " t tt i . i. O..W. . wholo to becomo well informed on this J. H. Garrett Mack Stoker Myrtle . 4 Tl . . m ix. r .i nt.i.ni Tr.owiParnmount question. It is not only a Trantham Mablo Mltchel .Leonard . Goodnight Truett Walton. EDITORIAL WE THANK VOL AND Tho holidays have arrived. This is the last issue of tho Bnuirt this term Havo you been reading and en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

rfFH en FAQS TH1UCB PERSONALS MIsa Wilson Hurd spent the weok- snd with her cousin In Abilene. Misa Lola Armstrong spent tho week end In Ft. Worth. Miss Doris Daniel visited her grand parents In town Sunday. Miss Noll Tibbie's spent Sunday and Monday with homo folks In Ranger. Miss Carrlo Lynn Bates has a BO' vcro caso of tonsllltlcs this week. MIbs Alma Parmolly visited her home at Caps tho past week-end. - Ask Llnnlo Lamm Bullngton 1C sho can bo hypnotized? Misses Wllma Harral and Nona Leo Hester spent Sunday In town. Mablo Mltchel visited in town Snu-day Miss Gladys Nolson visited In the Hall Sunday. Misses Clara and Colia May spent Sunday with their aunt of Abllono. Miss Annlo B. Powell visited Miss Cla Coolo Sunday. Mrs. Qoland John Goland's mother visited her tho past week-end. Mrs. Mike Cooke of Balrd visited Miss Ruth Jay Sunday afternoon. Utter and will return to school after Xmas. Tho Cowdon Hall Boys' also have things to "Qrlpo" about as well as any1 one olso for they lui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

TAar four BfcVT imFm toT i i " in iwa' "dfc jr mm r r JKMTfcTVIiM" WTT .if TTvwBi i ifc !mK J ""fc Bfc iK t .BS CLH I JTjEJL hBK H l twF -Mr ''mwP-wMJImBwBIFmMW 4?.i I 1 ? ? a I -v .x 1 ?j. v pKi J8CW mw mib1bBbbbbbbbbbI H. A - Students & Merry Xmas to all Simmons you jiavu Yc TO VISIT our salesroom before you LEAVE ABILENE AND INSPECT OUR SUPPLY OF Hudson Essex and Packard Cars JF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR CLASS COMFORT AND RELIABILITY THEY WILL PLEASE YOU. REMEMBER THE $100 DISCOUNT on the ESSEX. BOTH ROAD- STER AND TOURING MODELS: ft SUPPPLY YOURSELF WITH A'FULL SET OF THE BEST TIRES ON THE MARKET. WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST. Hood Tires United States Tires and Oldfield Cords GIVE SERVICE THAT SATISFIES WE HANDLE TUBES TO MATCH. OUR LINE OF ACCESSORIES IS UNSURPASSED. S- S. S- MOTOR CO. RHNjaMBMrMMMf &gB&SZZg&&3gL nr"t-gg-n- ih m nun n i yJIKifj mnewmmmmrm r- jnrm-:jsc-7r n impwht jr i U4XS$i3SSJc2&&TZsa?ilJ2ie ii m nmh Mrj - - PI W-M"M ITilll W -MMM Mag TM iiMy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

PAQM FIVM SIMMONS OBTAINS GAMES Contlnuod from page one sity Waco. Fob. "12 Simmons vs. Louisiana Col- lege of La. Abllone. Fob. 16 Simmons vs. Southwestern Abllono. Fob. 14 SLmmons vs. Southwestern Abllcno. oFb. 17 Simmons vs. Southern Moth. V- Abllono. Fob. 18 Simmons vs. Southern Moth. U. Abllcno. Feb. 20 Simmons va. Daylor Medi- cals Abllono. Fob. 21 Simmons vs. Daylor Medi- cals Abllono. Itnscball. March 22 Simmons vs. U. 'of Texns Austin. March 23 Simmons vs. U. of Texas Abllono. March 24 Simmons vs. Rico Insti- tute Houston. March 25 Simmons vs. Rico Insti- tute Houston. March 27 Simmons vs. S. M. U. Dallas. April 7 Simmons vs. Southern Moth.. Abllono. . April 8 Simmons vs. S. II. U.' Abl- lino. ' April 12 Simmons vs. T. 0. U. Ft VortH. April 13 Simmons vs. T. G. U. Fl Worth. April 14 Simmons V3. Trinity Wax- nhachle. ' April 15 SImmonB vs. Trinity Waxa hachic. April 16 Simmons vs. Austin Col- lege Sherman. April 17 Simmons vs. Austin Col- lege Sherman. April 3 Simmons vb. Ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

PFl PAGE SIX 1EKHEI T S IN MUM. MEET full Attendance here for tay lou count teachers' institute. DR. Eflf CHIEF SPEAKER ThoRoT. J. W. Hunt Conducted Dovo tlonal Monday Morning; Teachers Arc Getting Down to Work. The Taylor County Teachers' Insti tute began a period of five days' worto Monday morning at the Abilene High school' building starting at 9:30 a. m.' with devotional oxerclses conductod by the Itov. J. W. Hunt pastor of St. Paul's Methodist church. Thoro was a full attendance of teach- ers from all tho schools df the county and prospects wero good for a Bplen- did meeting. Dr. Fredlck Eby of tho University of Toxas ono of the best known educators in tho South was tho principal speaker on tho regular program for tho day. Ho addressed the teachers in tho foro- nooti and ncraln nt 1 :20 n. m. Ho is ono of tho number of famoiis speakers who( are 10 appear ueioroino icacners in tho course of the week's work. Section Meetings. High School Section will meet at 9: 50 a. m. and 2:00 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

PAOJC MBVWf EXCHANGES "Die Slato" Phillips defeated tho Denver team by tho score of 58-0. Tho Southwos torn championship gooB to Phillips U Basket Ball practice has started with tho bo&t outlook lor a winning team since the history of tho ttchool. "Silver and Gold." "Why Marry" tho Plriyors Club com- ooy which has boon highly advertised in tho University for Boveral wookii will bo shown this week. Forty candidates have reported for basketball practice. Thlrty-ono dolegatcs wllfbo sout from tho University to 'tho conference nt Dos Moines. "Tho Battalion A spoclal edition of tho Battalion will bo issued next week by Co. Q. in- fantry. A. & M. won ovor Texas by a scoro ot 7-0. A. & M. won tho Southwestern championship in football this season. "Tho Stock Judging" loam dofeatod all tho Comoro for tho championship in United States at tho recent meet in Chicago and brought first honors to ToxaB. "Tho Skiff Tho Baylor Boars defeated T. C. U. in tho hardest fought battle of tho s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 December 1919

pAqb bight S. C. Shawm In Campaign. Due to the (fact that Simmons had no fixed quota in the recent $75000000 campaign the definite amount sub scribed by the collego cannot be ob- tained. However 'practically ovcry student . m i t i shared in this campaign and the collego snoweu up in lino iasnion as ubuui. In order that no ono should bo loft out of tho drive a final "round-up" of thoso who had not already subscribed was mado in chapol early laat week. ThoBQ in authority are highly pleased with tho resultB of tho campaign in Simmons. WHY! On Thanksgiving day tho football team played on a frozon icy fiold in n cold wind from tho north aided by n driving sleet Several of tho men had their hands almost frozen in tho con- test. Just boforo tho game tho team did not enjoy an ordinary Thanksgiving dinnor duo to tho fact that thoy did not wish to break training Until aftor tho last gamo. Many ofc thorn had an op- portunity to partako of a good dinnor but did not do so on account of tho cont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 January 1920

wW"8T'sr!'r'T''' -htv- Tnww-ipdn i-- rt nfc9TrirT ' I 'i 1 j .V' ' i ' i ' V . Vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEX AS SATURDAY MORNING JAN. 10 1920 No. 12 fffffafmrnprnuvt t'fwrwwwwp W"1''1' fh? Simmons Brand I I r' ' COLUMBIA SEXTETTE PRESENTED IN ALL- AMERICAN PROGRAM FEATURE OF THE PROGRAM WAS THE COSTUMES READINGS AND DRUM ACCOMPANIMENTS. . . The second number of the Lyceum Course "The Columbia Sextette" was v. presented in the college -auditorium on Monday 'evening in an all-Amcrican pro--j;ram. ' Mss Ruth Timme drummer and read- er heads the company The numbers es- pecially enjoyed were the piano solos the niunber featuring Miss Timme at the drums and the readings by Miss Timme. Throughout the evening' program there were many' artistic and clever costume changes. . On a whole the number was' one of the best that has ever been in Simmons. Y. M. C. A. REPRESENTATIVES SPEAK HERE. ' A. R. Ellis of St. Louis representing the National Y. M. C. A. organization and Jphn A. Erhardt of D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 January 1920

'-" 3 EXCHANGES jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiitiiiiiitittiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiitfiiiiiiifiitifiiitiiiiiitiittiiiiiiiitiitti. 3t)p5nmmonsBrnna gg' The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas 1 i" Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Posto.'flce Abilene Texas. ' . Subscription; Price per Year.... ..$2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press' Association. ' Staff Selected From Student Bodjr on Merit Basis - Office First Floor New Building 8TAFF "The Dattation." A vote will be' taken on the Peace Treaty In order to determine the attitude of A. nnd M. ' Tho stock-judging team won. the In- ternational Livestock Judging contest this' year. . ;; A. and M. will pla'y- the first ' gamo of tho season in basket ball with Baylor Uni- versity January 9-10. DORIS DANIEI -Edltor.tnChlef MACK STOKER Business Mgr. 8AM M ALONE Assistant Editor MATTIE CONAWAY -Ex. Editor KELLY POLK Circulation .' M(jr. S. C. GARTMAN Advertising...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 January 1920

tT ll " 'J J ' " " ' '"'"fl'''l '"! ' I ' M1"'"!! I i'Mi"M' ' ' i !' ! XI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 Ml I f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II IJ 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 4- January Clearance Sale on if '? i. f ' Men's Overcoats. . 825.00 Overcoats for $18.75 ' $35.00 Overcoats for.. ..... . .'...... 26.25 E s $40.00 .Overcoats for........... .. .; 30.0.0 : voUfiiU LVcrcpats lor.M.M......(.w.....Mr.wr.t.........MM... ooU jj. $65.00 Overcoats for. .:..'....'. :. . 48.75 E NEW SCIENCE HALL NOW tJNDER CONSTRUCTION PERSONALS . Josh Barrett is back In school. "Hostile" Johcs'H not in school jhhj term. i-.r . ( Elzeo. Bishop is noV ih the Hall looking alter "fats."' M- 'ii- ;. Paul Pritchard .brpught several lady f rYendsback to Simmons with him. ' r Denver Thompson came near being Lack to school on the day before Xmas. t' Alma Parmellv is ereatlv missed in the Haljfsince the holidays. y ' . Miss ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 January 1920

"a jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin 1 50 Printzess Coats Just Received Bought as Factory Closed Out Fatmeis & Merchants National Bank FUNDS TO BE PAID OVER IN LOTS OF $100000 IT IS ANNOUNCED. Mlljp.000.00 President J. D. Sandofer and Dr. M. A. Jenkens Return From Meeting of the Execu- tive Board. SMIS WILLI! SDM0II1I CASH An added Feature to our Grcnt Clearance Sale. Printzess Coats as 5 most of you know are of strictly high class material perfect tailor- E ing and the hest models. We bought this lot at a price that will en- able us td save our customers E 33 1-3 TO 50 PER CENT ON EACH COAT . ' as the munaufacturcrs were anxious to close out all winter stocks E and turn their attention to spring merchandise. WE OFFER THEM IN TWO LOTS AS FOLLOWS: 1 LOT 1 Is 25 Cloth Coats all wool materials; beautifully made and E trimmed. Colors are assorted in browns tans greens and other E popular shades. Values up to S50. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1920

G K V c f- It. " ' ' -" ' -- -IF ' .il i L i- - ill. i yoi mi 12 pwrV-teei -k jj.uu.Bm i8juoi;xjj&. P WORK ON THE BEST OF YEAR - BOOKS . rr all staff wdftkwG earnestly "ON BEST ANNUAL IN HISTORY' Ofi TU$COLLEGE. The 1920 "Bronco"' is to be the best UV raV UIVIIUU iO lF JU !- annual ever published arSimmons to! Judging from- the material already in ns College hand and the efforts of the staff. "" Editor Johif McWboher s!and Business Manager Newman ably assisted "by a com- petent staff are working steadily at the various duties connected with -the publi- cation of a college 'year-book. The various pP.rt5P!H ft heJnWWtBM'n4 mfo ready for their publication by the. depart- gtafti !?ta- t . e . . ' The photographer has finished his task of printing the pictures of the student jdy and .a large number-of te acetic pictures. A few athletic and club -.pictures are to be made as soon as it is pos- sible to do so. However several thousand prints have been received at the Bronco $taff office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1920

minimi iiiiiiit iimti iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii $llp5ftmiia3Brmid t$ The Weekly FanlreaUoa of Simmons Cutlet Abilene Texae Rater aa So& Claw Mail itatkar at the Poete fit) Abilene Texas; ' SuMferlpttt Price per Year.... $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Free Association. Staff Selected From Studeat Body on Merit Basis Office Flret Floor New Building STAFF. DORIS DANIEI Editor.ln-Chlef MACK STOKER Buelnee 'Mgr1 MATTIE CONAWAY Ex. Editor KELLY POLK Circulation Mgr.1 S. C. GARTMAN Advertising Mar. REPORTERS. "Jcnna.Mae Jay Mabel Mitchell John C. McWliorter Truett Walton Otis Eng- lish Hallie Hoghland Richard A. Hittson William Wood C E. Nicodemuseonard Goodnight Fred Cole. EDITORIAL. 0. and D. Council. Do you know what. the 0 and D. Coun- cil of Simmons College is? Many people in the college seem to be unacquainted (with the important work which this coun- : cd does. In fact in the minds of many t of the students and probably some of the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1920

ft i'' ' x- ir ; '' if 't H Crt : i..'5 r Mfr- ih'A -. I.. WW ' . fe'; t Kb' ; ft!. V ' ' r-f H fet'- fo w- i . t'v. " 'V i MP . . -4 ! Hm& ' HP'"1 v." ' .7 . 'J h ' . mm !? )'-.-! J "if S' Ht" . "tt'fiufa ' . ! J for- PERSONALS '' Proxy eayg "Save your money." ' MIm Erma Barrier spent the last few ydays in Lubbock. ' Miss Lcola Scastrunk spent tKo week- end with home folks. ' t 'l Miss Isla Lou Holman has been ill for the last few days. : Miss Vera. Smith spent tho week-end ' in Ansoh. 0 Miss Wilma Harreli spent Sunday in town with Miss Sclma Sanders y. Miss Margaret Turbitt is at Jwnie this Week on account of illness. i . ) .Mrs. Arp (nee Marie Gordon) .visited in the hall Wednesday night. .; Mrs. Martin of Mcrkel visited 'daughter Julia Monday. her '.Miss Juanita St. John is at home this week on account of sickness. Miss Fay Palmer returned this; week after an extended visit in Hamlin. Miss Eliabcth Day visited in the hall last week. Miss Beulah Mae Houston returned Mon- day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1920

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