ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: H-Su Brand, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,824 items from H-Su Brand, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,824 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1943

i W i jiry. fU- THE H-SU BRAND November 20 1943. fc. 4V Itf r Ik rv y. 165 K K 1 i Si - T?V Krf ko -. I - . vW?.; afcilV ItMHtL "l . 5'n & . 'Editorials . LAIT IPRINO STUDENTS on this cnmpus witnessed the presentation of a United States flag to this university. Tho flag was given to the school by the Crawford family of Stamford Texas who had received it from the United States government upon tho death of their sou and brother "Wcldon Craw- ford. Crawford an ex of llardiu-Siiumous was killed in a plane crash last January. Following this presentation to the school tho flag was put up and was kept flying for somo time. Lately we have not seen it. We wonder why? This flag is more than a patriotic emblem. It signifies a red headed guy with a friendly one-sided grin who once oven as we hurried to get to his eight o'clock class on time or sauntered among tho buildings which dot the 'Forty Acres." It btands for a boy who gave that which is prized above all else his life. It represents c...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1943

T m November 20 1943 THE H-8U BRAND rtf i ? W ..?; f TYLER NUDGES WEBB IN Outcome Stnds Tyler Against Maov Burgess The men's fall tennis tournament entered Thursday into its final stages whonjCarnic Tyler defeated Tommy Webb in straight sets in a well-played semi-finals match 7-5 G-2. By virtue of his victory Tyler will meet Preacher Marv Burgess for the championship sometime next wee S T1 The match that had been post- 4 poned for a couple of weeks between Tyler and Webb actually material- ized Thursday morning. It start- ed out just as one would expect of a match between two evenly-matched contestants with Webb taking the first game and Tyler winning the second game by a love count. Then the picture' changed rapidly. iVom the third game through the fifth game observers would not have given a plugged nicklc for Tyler's chances of victory. Webb " hit a hot streak that gave him three successive games and a commanding 4-1 lead. Things had gone far enough for Carnie. Fighting a three-ga...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1943

Pag 4 THE H-8U BRAND November 20 1943. W t & ft Arizona Bill Silent: Reminder of Men Who Died in World War I Today on the battle fields of the world Hardin-Simmons men fight valiantly; and here on the campus stands n cannon a silent reminder of the 13 men from the "Forty Acres" who fought and died In that other war just two decades ago. But this gun has not always been silent before It was declared obso- lete by the U. S. government it had seen duty In both the Spanish-American dnd World War. It was obtain- ed for the H-SU campus by T. N. Carswcll. "Little success was had in securing the gun from the govern- ment until the attention of army of- ficers was called to the fact that 13 students paid the supreme sacrifice during the war and that hundreds of college students gave the best they had to the service of their country" a Brand article of that day records. The cannon was presented to the school by the "Special Class" of '21. After it arrived on the campus class members decid...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1943

Mrs. Mark W. Clark Will Lecture Friday Night in Behrens Chapel Mrs. Mark W. Clark the wife of the lieutenant-general who paved the way for the African Invasion led the Naples attack and is now ad- vancing on Rome will appear here December 10 in her captivating talk "When the Boys Come Home." Mrs. Clark has not seen her hus- band for n year and a half. In a letter dated September 21 she says he wrote her: "I will take Naples and give it to you for your birth- day what arc you going to do with it?" The busy general finds time also to write his wife of the homely de- tails of his living arrangements and of the bravery of his men. He wrote: "My field command post is in a truck made into a sort of home and office on wheels. It has a bunk a wash basin and a closet where I can hang things. There arc blackout curtains and in a minute I must black them out as darkness is com- ing fast and air activity is intense. The earth trembles a good deal from the terrific bombing and when the ack-ack g...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1943

r '"-V ; : i;i"' I m i: n l A m. to r:. - " V m '" A.' 1V1 ' f; L.fr ? !i . -' ' w( -v ; t . 'r' Ev; l&i - : . '" Hi r 'LI ' K-v. r : y v A 4 .I "1: . i- '" -:' W'" rj.-'s"1 V ?'. -" es. i.? ?u ivjkvh;- . mfim &w:v JVtt a ; Jttj" THX H-IU BRAND December 4 1943. ditoriak . . . JtfIXT TUMDAY DIOIMBIK 7 fc the anniversary of a day of infamy. It k Rot necessary to repeat that it was on a calm .Sasday morning on December 7 1941 that earl Harbor became a mass of burning wreck- age and a funeral pyre for American soldiers and sailors who were caught unaware by the sneak attack. No it isn't an effort to remem- ber Pearl Harbor. That day is branded on our hearts by the torn and bleeding bodies of thoso who died that day" it is written in tho grief of thoso whose homes wero broken by the sneak attack it is brought homo to us by tho hundreds of gallant lads who volunteered to-avengo that infamy. Most of us remember Pearl Harbor but have we put forth all our hearts and soul and strength...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1943

w December 4 1043. THE H-8U BRAND FIGHTING COMMANDOS HUMBLE DODGERS 26-9 m 9 Petty Killman Cavort Through DD's Defense The Commnndos gained sweet revenge Tuesday afternoon by blast- ing the hopes of the once proud Draft Dodgers to the tune of 20-0 and earned for themselves the top spot In the championship race. Mixing up their plays to good advantage the mighty Commandos mercilessly ground out three touchdowns in the first half and added a fourth counter In the third canto for good measure. Leading the march were Rubol Killman and Preston Potty who with the aid of some of BUI Cravens' timely and artful passes compiled a tremendous yardage total. Petty totaled 79 yards from scrimmage and Killman was not far behind with 71 yards. Bill's passes brought the total of 211 yards gained from scrimmage. Commndoi Counter Quickly The Commandos wasted no time In turning on the heat. After receiv- ing the opening kick-off the 'vic- tors did not lose possession of the ball until Preston Petty plu...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1943

"!? ' Ffl4 THE H-SU BRAND December 4 1943 - i(nrn Jri-.f "; -;- V-' V" Tfrf" a" 1 ' .v a R ; 400 Attend Reception Honoring Ewell Bone Approximately 400 persons called at a reception Monday evening at the First Baptist church given to honor Ewell O. Bone new educa- tional and musip director at the church and Mrs. Bone. Mrs. J. A. Millerman was chair- man of arrangements for the event hosted by the Women's Sunday school department for all members of the church. Mrs. Thomas E. -Brownloc Mrs. O. A. Hale and Mrs. Clinton Mur- phy presided at the table which was covered with a Normandy cloth over yellow and centered with yellow and maroon chrysanthemums and yellow cancucs. On the serving committee were Mrs. H. H. Stephens Mrs. J. u. Clark Mrs. C. C. Dodson Mrs. J. I. King Mrs. J. A. Andcrberg Mrs. Marvin Mctzgcr Mrs. J. E. Morton and Maggie Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown and Hershel Gay greeted guests In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Millard A. Jcn...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1944

Aoua U7ii 11 aaH'aH H H HE3E3te f LHt aH aH - HT AIH iH 1 fiE x wl tJ-Jfv hm m m m nw aMaa m m m.a hm nH b bh b h m H KC WAi i B VoL XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 8. 1944. No. 13 1 m fei BAPTIST Now the students on tho Hardin- Slmmons campus have a real chance to help in the war effort. Not by dashing out and joining tho WAVES but by aiding in the waste paper drive. Most every one is used to throwing away pieces of wrapping paper newspapers etc. during the year which if saved would amount to quite a sizeable stack. This pa- per can truly help in the war effort. Boxes have been placed in MFH and Smith Halls and collectors come each week to carry the paper to the downtown headquarters. Please do your part to aid in this drive. Sev- eral years ago we all joined in with enthusiasm to collect aluminum only to learn later that the ma- terial could not be salvaged but it will not be so with waste paper as It can be converted into usable sheets again. So let's do o...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1944

fi'fo ' T . ' v -v WSBIK THE H-SU BRAND January I "SaatxVf "t t v lv ' kit . rrL t . fV- ri U - "3 ' '.4 1 df r i b ' -.' 1. "J1 3 A gfsH&CT t ftorials WAnWDATI '.? 1 i it " ... i 1 1 !11 U! V-. At... !... n till niu wtteW all fcttulAata will rf. ilnwn fn pnrfli y'".. .' -j .-: u ;n- i. ..:-..i i......i.i ft iH tprguA iv uig aw iiiu iiuuvu juiuuiuuv - aeeeessry to pass each course. There s no need '.tgifiindlng aay of the uppcrclassmcn of that -ul anweu uuiu uui iu luu irusiimuu u now wx- ' periencc is about to dawn. Sure we've studied l for finals before in high school but that won't eewparo with the studying wo will need to do mw? There might not do any need lor sucn studying if we'd studied any during the term. There is a poem that suits college fine. It's about a student who really studied. lie asked his teacher how ho could pass and the teacher replied "Why work on "Work on and on." The industrious student asked the professor "again "What shall I do if I'm still studying ma...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1944

V A 4 - January 1M4 THE H-SU BRAND ''jjiij. ' ' i. m :' 1944 Intramural Basketball Tourney Began Thursday final bame On Wednesday Jan. 19 The 1044 intramural basketball tournament's opening Thursday marked the beginning of caging hos- tilities for five evenly-matched teams. These teams will be meet- ing each other for the championship every day except Saturday until Wednesday January 19. From these games and from daily varsity practice Coach Otho Polk is grooming a team to meet the challenges from the army camp Abilene Christian College and Mc- Murry College. These games will begin just as soon as the squad gets enough practice behind it to venture games with tried and tested opposi- tion. Brief practice skirmishes have revealed enough potential ability to assure Hardin-Simmons of a worthy representative in the hardwood wars but their chances received a severe blow with the withdrawal of Taylor Paul from the local basketball pic- ture to Texas Tech. Coach Polk had counted heavily on...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1944

C4 THE HiU B1UND January 8 1944. tf IfsT w i V iv V : fo .?." . . . . m " fr u" Wedding Bells For Three on Bells that tolled the holiday sea- son also tolled the marriages of three Hardln-Slmmons students. Miss Aza Lee Hollabaugh daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hollabaugh of Roby Texas and Raymond Bax- ter son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bax- ter of Pampa were united In mar- riage Saturday night December 18 in the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. Douglas Carver. Rev. Carver read the double ring ceremony. The .bride wore n white flannel dress with red accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. Her attendant Miss Kathryn Bailey of Seagravcs was attired in a dark blue suit with a corsage of roses. Skcct Pollock at- tended the groom ns best man. Fol- lowing the ceremony a reception was held in the Baxter home. Upon completion of this semester's work in Hardln-Simmons University the couple will move to Plalnvlew where they will continue their theo- logical studies in Wayland College. Miss Thelma L...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1944

Irtish M p. yiw & jisH 5fe & dV I. If B :' ' Vol. XXVIII ISPEfl Something now has been added to the "bull session" conversation in the girls' dorms this week! After the announcement by President Roosevelt that ho recommends the passage of a national service law which would provide for the con scripting of both men and women for service in war work the girls have been doing some pretty solid thinking about their future in con nection with this war. Most of them have visions of themselves in grimy overalls working on the swing shift in a bomber factory or perhaps marching with the WAVES or WACS. And if the bill if patted the yitioni will be a pretty fair prophecy of what will happen to mott of u. Such a bill would undoubtedly create a spirit of all-out war effort and heighten national unity and provide for a greater ditplay of national unity. Mott of ut here in Texas have had very little actual con- tact with the war. The number of local catualtiei and reports of friends and r...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1944

v'.''- .- V it .' & T ' 1! ? 1 1 ft- fthfal THE H-SU BRAND January IS. 144. !W "" ' -J"JT- 'v1 R I Is I-5& "" " r .-. W. rt I f .Sditonal nm&fc-' ma mlhunt day out system could be remedied only if the necessary measures would be. made. As it is today Hardin-Simmons students arc allowed two cuts per class beforo demerits arc given and then five- more cuts before hours arc cut. It seems that the demerits arc to no avail anyway so why give them! The demerits which count toward the fifty allowed you before you arc suspended from school arc for misconduct. Any student who ras reached college has enough sense to know that a certain amount of class attendance is required to pass a course. They should know that a certain amount of time must be spent listening to class lectures and discussions to nllow them sufficient knowledge- to pass the subject. If this wcro the plan the question of whether they pass or not would be up to the students. In the opinion of many two cuts arc not ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1944

tf .fTTCTJV??! i:"-1 January IS .1044. "Have You Found Your Purpose In Life"? Take Warning From This Unlucky Maiden They say that Americans arc gul lible people. It's true they've long been on easy dish for gabby gadgct- pcddlcrs and Fuller brush men and even Intelligent folks In this country will fall for some tcary yarn the tramp at the back door spins. But this is the sad tale of a gal who was a sucker for any line of sales talk. A tooth-paste commercial would send her scurrying with special de- livery speed to the nearest drug- store and the accusing words of the radio announcer who chanted "Are you sure you're using the right brand of face powder?" would leave her In a lukc-warm sweat. All might have been well if it had not been for the fatal day when she unsuspectingly turned the dial of her radio to a program devoted to the culinary arts. A few minutes of the crooney conversation devoted to cup- cakes and cornbread convinced the unlucky gal that she was missing her true purpo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1944

Pag 4 THE H-BU BRAND January 15 1S44. t v. tfu ' RT to b ir Cowboy Basketball Team Meets Soldier Five Tuesday 44th Tankers Form Opposition for Fray The 1044 version. of the Hardln- Simmons basketball varsity has begun its season's schedule with two tough games against military per- sonnel. Coach Polk has been busy all week lining up some formidable opposition to meet the Cowboy hope- fuls and his first announcement of his results reveals that the home team is going to have to hustle to pull.out wins. First on the schedule was to be a game with the 57th Medical Train ing Battalion on Friday night. Tho second gamo it to be Tuesday even ing at 7:45 against tho 44th Tank Battalion a team that is currently leading its league at Camp Barkelcy. Games with Abilene Christian Col lego and McMurry College arc still pending but no definite announce- ment has yet been made. With these intercity games and military games the Cowboys will not be lack- ing for quantity of opposition. Experiments wit...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1944

WFS&$Miufkmr) 4 jCawhtnc litiUtt 6oHcsit Matek 20 Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY;. ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 5 1944. No. 16 CHARLES WELLS CLOSES LECTURE SERIES FRIDAY NIGHT fltpMaf "" M WW-- M. Q P P B "M B msfBB I M C;w-au Y. " " ' f) i. I fit' M V ft It docs most people good to have their thinking jarred up occasion- ally. If we go along calmly with ou little opinions so fixed and so rigid nothing can daunt them we're apt to get "in a rut." We're not ad- vocating that a person should change his fundamental ideals be- cause of the words of every street- corner orator who chances to come his way but the wisest and best men of the world have changed their minds about some things. Lack of change often indicates lack of prog- ress. A person 90 years of age will not seem old if he changes his views to keep up with the times but a young person will appear out-of date if he continues to cling to outmoded ideas. Charles Wells has given us many things to think about. Wheth- er we ag...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1944

s- " i ' THK H-IU BRAND February S 1944. ; m tf T t W .ly- t;o .$ ' n1 . .4 J. T ..&. BdilOtidl . . . changes rraftOUOH TM PA1T WUK l we have been listcninor to a forceful an- peal for straight clear thinking. People who i pride themselves on being intelligent and broad- ' i Minded aro often guilty of the most extreme ..$f prejudics. Broad-minded is a senseless word. i Ih the ordinary senso of the word it is impos- sible to be "broad-minded" and at the same time have any principles whatever. Wo prefer open-minded people. How can thoso who re- fus to listen to a possible opposing viewpoint to their own count themselves capable of judg- ing f Any many who do listen do so with minds eager to criticizo minor insignificant items completely overlooking tho basic thoughts and ideas of tho Bpcaker. We are not advocating any gullible brain- less acceptance of everything presented. But you can listen with an open mind a mind ready to accept new ideas even if they do differ with certain pr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1944

.ft February 5 1944. THE H-SU BRAND Part 9 f Mary Frances Hall Finished In 1916 On Fund Started by Parramore and Merchant (Editor's Note: The accom- panying history of Mary Fran- ccs hall at Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity dormitory for girls nam- ed for the wives of two promi- nent early trustees and of An- na hall its predecessor is told by Mrs. J. D. Sandefer in an accompanying article. In the article Mrs. Sandefer reminisces of early days at H-SU). By LUCILE GILBERT SANDEFER We moved to Anna hall during the summer of 1012. It was our second home after coming to Simmons Col- lege in 1009. Anna hall of yesterday a three- storied brick building had dormer windows vertical in the third story roof-gable. The building with forty rooms wide hall and large dining room faced north with a gallery across the center front. A double door led into the hall and to the right was the parlor with Its red Brussell carpet given by the Ladies Aid Society and the furni- ture and oil paintings sent from t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1944

'I Fag 4 THE H-IU BRAND February' 5 1944. I M it t . w i. Cowboys Seek First Win Against 59th Medics Tuesday Strong Possibility For First Victory The Cowboy quintet expects to hit the victory trail when they meet the 59th Medical Battalion In the Hardln-Slmmons Corral Tuesday evening February 8 at 7:45. This team is made up of ofiiccrs who have been practicing every Tuesday evening In Marston Gym. There has been a great deal of speculation as to whether or not the Cowboys can come back after ab- sorbing such a decisive defeat at the hands of the Air Base Comets but recent practices have shown them to be as spirited as though they had come out victorious. It wouldn't take much for the local favorites to turn any one of their games into a rout in their favor. Previous games have shown individual members of the team getting hot one quarter and having no punch in the next quarter. Not yet have three or even two players hit a hot streak at the same time. But because of that possibility I...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1944

iKfeQaH-'lSeti"V " cuuic liUttt Cone Match 20 Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 12 1944. No. 17 C tpjijy m mm My"'BwB P" B M B M-BrBB B m c-aii t W i reM- !; I F. IV r mmvm Wc think the newly organized fac- ulty committee which Is investigat- ing the college curriculum and ac- tivities with an eye to post war planning in practical terms is a grand idea. All around us in the newspapers on the dally news casts and from the ordinary run of con- versation we hear talk of post war planning. Often we arc inclined to be skeptical and scoff at the ideas as only "talk" but here we have something which can be translated into a very potent reality. Already many men arc being given physical discharges from the various branches of the armed forces. We have four of these on our campus now. These men know what the world war is like. They have experienced the horrors of bat- tle while we have been reading about them in our papers. And it scms rather phophctic of post war ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x