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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 March 1923

V - i The False Gods of Fashion By Ruth Rich '26. I wonder If wo women really care as much about clothes as tho ordinary news- paper and magazine make out- Newspaper people arc opt to he a hit misleading about women's Interests. Thcro are of courso thousands of women In tho world who care only for the most fadish things. The or- dinary woman Is brought up against real- ities by her experience of marriage- and motherhood nnd of home-making to be satisfied with nothing but trivialities and yet when nil Is said and done can we escape tho charge that women as a whole are moro concerned with the body than the mind and that they do give more time to the furnishing of their outer than their inner selves? Ever)ono wants to bo nicely dressed. It is right that they should. Nice clothes arc an expression of a nice mind. Rut when you get beyond wanting to be just nicely dressed you aro gelling away from thcright motio for pretty dresses. It Isn't really at nil nice to want to make anyone else f...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 March 1923

BJUUWlUUIIMKKKia Easy Fitting What a delight St is to slip into n suit that really fitsl Cut and tailored to drape your figure with style and comfort. In which the man of activity always feels and looks at case. We fit you that way in Kirschhaum Clothes. quality-M mmmmiiKmmamHmmmwswssi "DRIFTWOOD" (Continued from page one.) lencc so we can never know ourselves until we have bowed our heads in the garden of silence and listened to the cry of our own souls. Then wc hear the response to the call of opportunity coming from our per sonal powers and are ahlc to estimate our strength and determine our abilities. It Is there in the valley of silence that a man recognizes himself; for in crowds on rush- ing streets where thcro is talk or noise the mind thinks in confusion and can not bo concentrated on one object long at a time. The reason why the silent man is nearly always the strong man is because he has lingered much in the palace of si- lece where the divino perfume of thought interming...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1923

High School Edition Into 5000 Homes - ! f MA traraons Brand TOTAL CIttCULATION THIS WEEK 6100 Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 31 1923. k Number 27 m?$ " ANNUAL COLLEGE REVIVAL BEGINS TUESDAY MORNING B. S. U. AND VOLUNTEER BAND ORGANIZING TO DO PERSONAL WORK. DR. HALL WILL DO PREACHING Former Pnstor Of Dal Ins Church Called Dr. Tructt's Double Held Meeting 8 Years Ago. The annual college meeting will begin mesuay morning at 10:30 in Abilene Hall auditorium conducted by Dr. A. N. Hall pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mus- kogee Oklahoma and recently been named as "Dr. Truclt's double." Tito 11. S. U. and Volunteer Band linvo begun personal work organization- Services will be at the chapel hour each day from 10:00 to 11:00 and at the eve- ning hour beginning at 7:30. The meet- ing will continue sonic ten davs. Dr. Hall was one time pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas and is often called the second Dr. Tnictt be- cause of his fervor and common touch....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1923

it t W-tf - s i ' J- SA & . & O ' h FRESHMAN EDITION Sty? Simmons Brand Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. Entered at Second Class Mall Matter at the Pott Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Atsociation. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS .Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD -Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS -Asst. Bus. Mgr. Reporters: Myrtle Barber Nelson Hut- to Forney Nowlin Charles Smith Eliza- beth Fry Alberta Howell Beula Mae Houston Bettie Vaughn Emma Barrett Arthur Bullock. ABILENE AS A PLACE TO SPEND SUMMER AND ATTEND SCHOOL Abilene is a city characterized for its churches schools and the cultural en- vironment that attend these basal insti- tutions. Through her colleges and pub- lic school system she rivals any city of her size in all the land for that environ- ment p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1923

j VXl' 6.51. S-v . 'c k Mr -tm jafassA. Iv l It j SI CUPID MAKES INROAD ON SENIOR CLASS RANKS Cupid made lifs first ln-road into the ranks of the Senior Class mucli earlier this year than usual tolling his victim H. G. Ilaucoin to Sulphur Springs Texas where ho was married to Miss Hcha Kath- ryn Bridges Sunday March 11 The wed- ding en mo as a surprise to friends Mr. Uaucom having completed his work early in tho Winter term and departed for his homo In San Antonio a few days heforc the wedding was announced through invi- tations to some of his classmates. Tho bride who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bridges of Sulphur Springs Texas Is well educated and very talented in music Mr. Baucom 11. G. as he was familiarly called is an evangelistic preacher and singer of considerable note in the South- west. Mr. and Mrs. Baucom aro at home to their friends at 1817 South Alamo Street San Antonio Texas. o THE UNKNOWN. Beyond thn farthest sphere or world Where no mighty Hand has made or h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1923

High Colors in Neckwear FOR SPRING SAYS FASHION The smartest dressers nre demanding striking colors in their Cravats for Spring. Well chosen too worn with the Spring Suits in the new shades. Diagonal stripes arc particularly well liked and we have them in grenadines and knitted and woven silks 75c to $2.00 '"&" I quAUTY-MvAWE-sEnwce M mQmmmwmwMmsssssQimwsmmma CHORAL CLUB AND MALE QUARTET TO MAKE TOUR The Chnrnl Club consisting of twenty- five girls and the Stale Quartet arc com- pleting tliclr plans for the tour they arc to make this term. They arc now in cor- respondence with several towns and Intend to start out May 14. The tour Is to in- clude several places on the way to Wich- ita Falls and to return by Fort Worth. They ate planning to be away for ten days In addition to the Quartet and Choral Club there arc to bo two soloists a young lady and a young man a reader and a violinist. Their program is to be given hero in the chapel the night before they leave. nraffimffifflffiff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1923

".w"'" tv " i ; ' a' . -- V "V 'V -v rrtjTsapiaMpflft ' rc? g:.-. tt- -'.gg.rrmf.'" wn ' li J'- -i. . (-.: J. hoj otffr HVMf Cutthroat l r v.jbaj ' r'; . ' VOL. V. SIJll'LKTOX'S KOLONY All! MINK TKXAS APKIL 1 Trice 10c. I HE A v :H GIGANTIC STILL IS FOUND UNDER ABILENE HALL GOVERNOR IS OUSTED BY BOLSHEVISTS State Thrown In Death Grapling Throes of Convicts Cut- throats and 'Embeciles. (By Leased Wire) AUSTIN TEXAS April 1 1923. Tho iwliole .'world gaped in horrified convulsions this forenoon when re- ports came from Austin to the effect that one Judus Demoniacus Sandy- slur at the head of many .cohorts of coriyicts bolshcvists and dope fiends had swooped down on the capital city seized every branch of the govern- ment and had -turned loose on -the public seething .mobs.. Of bloodthirsty cut-throats. By 'stealing into the con- fidence of the governmental-officials Sandyslur had been able to flcod ev- ery : department of the government with his agents and at one word from him as the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1923

v ;v JiV IK- J. ? a: -' ?r-' V "V f 3H-" & - V v K r . TT . .1. THE CUTTHROAT Annual April 1st Publication of Simpleton's Colony. tT. Subscription Price 10c Staff Selected on Demerit Basis STAFF: His Satanic Majesty and His Cohort's. .. J Jt ayst vt - IJSINESS .i. & - It .is none of your business how we conduct our business. ;-'-v In relating his experiences with the French maid this man stated that his suspicions of her guilt of being a kleptomaniac had on more than one occasion been circumstantially. cpn;. vinced that she vas the one who lists taken articles from iiis: house. This led to tho.arrost of Olldsan anil the girl last night just as they wore preparing to .leave on tho. 12.: 2.0. T.hoy had evidently been warned of the in- vestigation and findings of the grand-jury. They will be .held without bail until J Monday mprning AVhen a special ises- slon of District Court is scheduled ?Iq convene at which time this trial will be held. The efforts of friends-tmd many influe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1923

j VT i..! . ; 1 $$rf 5 ""' ra T . rfju-w '. w 4 JKr 6 ';tj ' & v Matron Shrinks Duties To Attend Pugilistic . u . Contest. O Live and Pound us guardian of MaryJEraueis nonchalantly shook hor shoulders strodo majestically through the parlors scurried down the drive and entered her Rolls Rough parked in a secluded spot on the edge of the campus. Seeing that the way was clear 'she gaVo Stiles the word and presently they went bumping merrily down Ambler .tunned onto Hickory and straightened out toward town. Soon they reached the scone of bat- tle. O Live donned her smoked glasses presented the tickets and these two cutups sneaked into the theatre and took their seats beside a heavily veiled woman and a disguised man. Just as the preliminaries be- gan she heard a remark about some- one smellfhg olives and slie at once concluded that the Domestic Science Department was well represented. She then solicited the aid of her musical companion and they waited with ears cocked open like new ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1923

! GIGANTIC STILL FOUND i UNDER ABILENE HALL (Continued from page 1) a part of a sentence in the state poni-tcntiary.-He was pdrdoned through the efforts of an old tlmo friend Jeffy Sendforher. The cx-convicf is confi- dent that should ho bo sentenced to hang his old time faithful friend will get on the train go to Austin and se- cure pardon from the great hearted governor. GOVERNOR IS OUSTED "H 'BY BOLSHEVISTS (Continued from pago 1) m and such prison be used as dipping vats for mangy' hobos. I further in- vito all persons whither-so-ever lo- cated charged with crime of any na- ture to seek protection within the borders of this commonwealth in or- der that we may establish a Utopian Enferno on the broad plains of the Lone Star State." For many years Sandyslur has been the outspoken champion for the thugs of the state. He has used every means known to his sagacious intellect to- wards the control of the government in its regulation of crime within the State. Sandyslur has been promin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 April 1923

- v "f )Vi POPE-CLIO EDITION 1 ' $t)p Simmons Bnrnd Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 7 1923. Number 28 vS J9 J- A i JUNIOR CUSS WINS CUP IN ANNUAL NEWSPAPER CONTEST Tim Junior Class edition of tho Brand edited by Ulmcr S. Bird won tho loving cup offered by the Brand management to the class editing the best paper according to announcement given out by Homer Hulto editor-in-chief Thursday afternoon. The Sophomore paper won ono first place and was a close second to tho Junior edi- tion in tho general average. Tho papers wcro placed in the hands of members of tho Abilene Reporter and Taylor County Times staffs Monday and tho final com- pilation of grades was mado Thursday. Tho decisions mado the contest very close between all tho papers each of the three upper classes being awarded a first place leaving the general average in which Juniors edged out a two point lead to de- cide the winning edition. All papers wcro graded on tho merit of Make-up News value Scope and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 April 1923

r. x - i '. 't "-b"f r $f)f Simmons Bmnd & PuMUhed Weekly by the Simmon Pre Club in the Interett of the Student Body of Simmon College. Entered u Second CUm Mail Matter at the Pott Office at Abilene Texna. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Preu Aatociation. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS Advertising Manager SOCIETY ATTENDANCE. POPE-CLIO STAFF FORNEY NOWLIN Editor ALBERTA HOWELL Associate Editor Reporters: Chas. R. Smith John H. Al- vis Elizabeth Fry Eufaula Wise Hoyt Ford Chauncy Garrison Irene Armcs Laura Kilgore Hester Amcson Linnic Maud Fuller Homer H. Hutto Raymond Morrow Raymond Bynum. COLLEGE DEBATES. Simmons lost the first debate of the year yet she lost to a strong team. This is a consoling factor in itself and again the fact that one team must lose even as one must win is inevitable. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 April 1923

tea f .F ' ' . vYI t: . J ffn " &) ' m ' - ..? H5- . 4S f vVi'w v R.. ito . ;n hJAH M-Tjlppil ws vff " J- ' ft St ii rani rar fc i.v.v&'Jx ? I fk M o ' ? &&' m" &sV (jffl PLANS FOR T. I. P. A. ARE NOW COMPLETED (From United Statements March 300 The Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- t elation which meets in Baylor College on Thursday and Friday April 12 and 13 will open its session at tlio Chapel exer- cises of the college with a short talk hy delegates from the various schools. Tlio First business session wilt begin at 10:45. At this time the problems of college pub- lications will be discussed tlio discussions to he led hy representatives from each school. Lunch will he served at 1 o'clock In the Luther Hall dining room. Immediately following lunch at 1:30 tlio Executive Committee will met in tlio United State- cuts office. A second business session will start at 2:30 o'clock. Hilton Ross Greer president of the Tex- as Poetry Society and a memmber of the staff o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 April 1923

THE VOGUE OF The 3 Piece Suit Might well owe its origin to these fascinating models. Whether of Silk of cloth each model is beautifully tailored with that fineness of workmanship which appeals to women of taste. The number of styles shown offer you a very pleasing opportunity to select the most becoming. Smart Walking Suits Of Tweeds Twill Cords and Polo Cloth faultlessly tailored. No wardrobe is quite complete without one of these jaunty suits. There is nothing like them for traveling motoring walking for general utility wear in town or country. Pricings for the various suit styles $25.00 to $75.00 MRS. CALDWELL SPEAKS ON THE PASSION PLAY I qUAUTY-MVAUe-SCWC I The 0- S. U. enjoyed an unusual treat lat Thursday evening when Mrs. C. M. Caldwell spoke to them on the Passion Play. In order to understand and fully appre- ciate the play it Is necessary to know some- thing of its origin setting and history. It Is held every ten years at Obcrammcrgau In Bavaria Germany. Tho play continues ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 April 1923

MARY E.-PMLO EDITION fflj e Simmons Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1923. Number 29 MME. SCHUMANN-HEINK THRILLS LARGE CROWD DRAMATIC CLUB GIVES PLAY MONDAY EVENING COLLEGE REVIVAL HAS FAR-REACHING RESULTS TRACK MEN SHOW GOOD WORK ON LOCAL FIELD COWBOYS DROP GAME TO ST. EDWARDS HERE 9 V 1 '1 UNEXCELLED ART AND GREAT PERSONALITY GRIPS HEARERS. VOICE HOLDS FORMER CHARM Human Interest Brings Her Soul To Soul With Her Audience. Probably the largest crowd ever seated In the First Baptist Church greeted Ma dome Schumann-Hcink Saturday evening to do homage to her unapprunchablo art and her inspiring personality. With a simplicity and a dignity that revealed her great soul and with the charm of her re- markable voice tho famous contralto held her hearers in awed appreciation through- out the entire program. She was occom- punicd by Miss Katherinc Hoffman pian- ist and assisted by Miss Florence Harde- man violinist both gifted artists. This lyceum number conclu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 April 1923

1 Sty? Simmons Brand j Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter the Post Office at Abilene. Texas. at Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member nf the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager DLMEIt S. BIRD Managing Editor BAKER CUMM1NGS Advertising Manager MARY E-PH1LO EDITION EMMA BARRETT Editor ARTHUR BULLOCK Assistant Editor Reporters: Bculali Mao Houston Mrtlc Barber Betty Vaughn Naomi Hatton Phinis McBelh Raymond Williams John Duncan Ora Stephenson Hattic Conway U. S. Bird. WHAT ABOUT IT? Life usually repays the imestor in di- rect proportion to what he puts into it. You do not sow tares and expect to reap wheat neither do you leave grain in the field in the harvest time and then expect to find your barn full when the winter is upon you. This is just as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 April 1923

w " ) i.: " i- i BEREAN - FIDELIS PLAN TO GIVE BANQUET SOON It will ho of interest to all Simmons stu- dents who nro members of cither the Be- rcan or Fidclls classes at Collcgo IIciRlita to know that the two classes aro to have a banquet soon. The matter was settled in tho executive committee meeting last Sun day afternoon. All honorary members of the two classes who hold places as officers or teachers in the Sunday School will be welcomed also any former members or young people who are interested in join- ing the classes arc invited. All who ex- pect to go must give their names and a dollar to tho committee within the next two weeks as tho banquet is to be given on Saturday night April 21). President and Mrs. Sandcfcr are to be guests of the classes. GRAVY. Hy U. Sopit. The great old house was still. Silence reigned from attic to cellar and as he tiptoed softly down the long dark hall- way there was nothing to indicate the presence of a human being in the gloom of the old mansion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 April 1923

nsEmnMrtMUMaim New Shirts for Spring SHIRTS New English Broadcloth Shirts with and without col- lars; pure white at $4.50 English Broadcloth in shades of hlue and grey with collars; priced at only $3.50 Pique Shirts from Manhattan collars attached much liked by young men; priced at..... $1.00 Van Craft a White Oxford Cloth Shirt with collar attached; specially priced at $3.00 Manhattan Shirts in solid colors and new stripe effect neckband style priced at $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50 NECKWEAR Whether you are looking for novelty of design striking color blending or unusual weaves and patterns you will find among our hundreds of Ties just the style that will suit you best; priced at 50c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 and $2.50 MARY E'S DISCUSS LIFE OF FAMOUS CONTRALTO AkUm'i fmrUt M iZampoeus QUALITY-M VALUB-SenWCG SHBHISSiaSgEffiaHHIfflffiKDM Mme. Schumann-Heinle Thrills Large Crowd (Continued from page one ) voice finds its way to people's hearts. Madame Scliuniann-Hcink's loc for the "boys in khaki" di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 April 1923

s P$ tramona Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 21 1923. Number 30 DREAM OF QUEEN ESTHER PROVES A BIG SUCCESS LOCAL TALENT PRESENTATION UNSURPASSED IN DRAMATIC STRENGTH AND BEAUTY. A RECORD CROWD ATTENDS Cast Includes Fifty Persons; Gaudy Costumes Add Beauty and Merit; Music By Orchestra. A real treat wus given the people of Ahilcne on Monday In the presentation by the Dramatic club of the play "A Dream of Queen Esther" which for dra- matic strength and beauty of costumes has never been surpassed in Simmons. Close attention was paid throughout the entire piny by one of the largest crowds ever assembled for a local talent presentation in Simmons College. Miss Dorothy Compere playing the part of a simple Jcwis maid Esther won the audience ftom her first appearance on the stage. Her simple diameter that of the young girl who wanted to lie her sim- ple life and was happy with no personal ambitions but was willing because of the lota of her kinsman and protector...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 April 1923

$(2np Simmons Brand Published Weekly by the Simmons Pres Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class MM Matter si (lie Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year......$2.00 Membtr of the Texas Intcr-Colleglale Pres Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Manager ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor UAKEH CUMMINGS Advertising Manager Reporters; Elizabeth Fry. W. A. Steph- enson Alberta Howell Charles R. Smith Forney Nowlln Arthur Bullock Nelson Hutto. THE T. I. P. A. CONVENTION. The Texas Intercollegiate Press As sociation Convention at Baylor Col lege last week established a new or- der and rose to a plane far above any late convention of the past for at least two good reasons: First: The usual wranglings at the business meetings were replaced by sensible considerate and orderly transacting of the necessary business. Second: Systematic ...

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