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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1923

r..r r jf w. ...1 mm.jwww-iff iubwW mnwwwuy nmwinj iwyininiiijl4- "WiWUHPmtUmi . RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? AS YOU LIKE IT. ANNOUNCING Don't forget the B S. U. Convention THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEN which meets here October 26-28 ' ' The Fifth Sunday. Meeting of Runnells County met with" the Bethel' church. C. A. Basldn the pastor reports that the meet- ing was exceedingly good. V. W. Tatum preached at Moro Sunday. . In passing through Nubia W. H. Hughes the pastor preached for his people there on list Sunday evening. A. F. McMInn preached at Salt Branch Church while the fifth Sunday meeting was In session there. ARE BACKING YOU. BACK .THEM. BAKERIES: Hallmark's Bakery Pan Dandy Bread Mead's Bakery BANKS: Farmers & Merchants National Bank Citizens National Bank First State Bank BEAUTY PARLORS: The Mary Beauty Shop Tho Marincllo Beauty Parlor She ''Jack dear ant I you ever kisjertr Jack "Xei indeed. I learned to do that from a radio lecture I heard the other night...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1923

IJ.PWIIMH!H1 HJUIIIJUW.IHIIIIIIJWII ! WWpy 'MMqjwywjij inptwff HW'W' '.y'tm miyi am. ijBja m y m. fpm rxvnn .;tct h 9 j$ V . Only Its Benefits are Visible You will be delighted with the Modart Front Laced Corset. It is so skillfully designed and delicate that you can wear it under the sheerest frocks. Lightly boned dainty as your sheerest lingerie the Modart produces supple lines that are bewitching in their feminine loveliness. After a trial fitting you will be a Modart enthusiast. $3.50 AND UP. iQUAUTYiVALUE-SEnWC- EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR WOMEN Perry-Jones Co. iNUMMNmmmmimmmm siussdissjissuissj WE WELCOME YOU AND OFFER All the facilities of good sound and conservative banking cour- teous and efficient service and our facilities are open to you. C. T. Hutchison President W. H Free Cashier Jas. R. Bird Vice-President R. PETErts Asst. Cashier THE FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE TEXAS Cor. N. Second and Pine Sts. ffl'fflyiffiftffiftffiftffiftfly JNO. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1923

"" : rrww"r-'yuiM;yrprwwwiiaaj BE A T THE HORNED FROGS fflbe Simmons BraiMi s r &: SUPPORT BAND BUY A BRONCO i. Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1923. Number 5 COWBOY-KANGAROO CLASH AT COWBOYS MEET T. C. U. RUN-OFF NOT NECESSARY 1 C) AT FORT WORTH TODAY IN STUDENT ELECTION iJU SIMMONS BOOSTERS GO TO WICHITA ON SPECIAL TRAIN WICHITA ENDS A SCORELESS TIE COACH HAYS LEAVES WITH 18 DECISION REACHED AFTER RE- MEN FRIDAY NIGHT TO VIEW; LEADERS ARE DE- BATTLE' FROGS. CLARED ELECTED. h tt - SCORE OF 0 TO 0 RESULTS WHEN NEITHER TEAM POSSESSES PUNCH TO PUT PIGSKIN GOAL LINE IN FRIDAY'S BATTLE. Neither team was able to put across a score when the Simmons Cowboys and the Austin College Kangaroos clashed at the Texas-Oklahoma Fair at Wichita Falls Fri- day The game was characterized by sur prises and as the score Indicates was a rkhl to the finish by both teams. Both .Austin and Simmons threatened to count more than once but each time the defense strengthened in s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1923

fi 3JTTi7-TSV'f; ' ! SeViaBnta$ WICHITA'S RECEPTION PttUhked Weekly by the Simmon Press IS PRAISED BY PREXY Club Jn the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Cowboy Batd Slakes Big Hit at Wichita (Continued from Page 1) . T?55..h!BL"'te"7"?..lrf lobby of the Kemp Hotel and the school Entered a. eend claw matter June 22 cm towns together but I believe that Mil gJL'bow BWcn hy lho hwMm of tI! 19ntatthePooffic8aAbneneTaa tay T& JttZX h Sumption Price per ycar.2.00 jfSSiJ WTpT Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Fng the trip made by the football boys MariJ?S anu siuaew ueicgauon 10 wo iexas-viua- . .1 ..... i f ii hOmma Fair. "Our team our faculty our lJ t ?. P" P'C yC"W i...i j u. .....i.... i.. .i. .1 .: sweaters and caps. Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each. Saturday Morning. band and the students who made tliO trip grateful for the treatment accorded are The Cowboy Band is becoming a Texas rB " T' A" ' V" 'u:"'" ..". " institution....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1923

!!!STcw5S'TTTT!WwWMj1Pllft i'JW'WW'MM'HpiPMffWl'W "fr HffTmT"ivyTv''''T TTT?'" - r. 7V''wjrvv?M'J"llt ' v l K 1 tftY 1 V I ; ; .' : 1 lifj' TV ) 'if ; "jif CHORAL CLUB SELECT ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. OrtRtTTA; WILL STAGE TIIE following b Tlio operetta for llie Choral and Gleo Clubs has been (elected and the order p)accdj)y wire. "Windmills of Holland" ns the operetta Is entitled promises to bo BAKERIES: Hallmarks THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEN ARE BACKING YOU. BACK THEM all the clubs had hoped for in the way of pleasing musical and si a go effects. Miss Sibley briefly described the operetta to the clubs and went over part of the triuslc In order to give an Idea of the character ' of work required. Hchcarsals begin at the next meeting. o Cowboy-Knnjtnroo Glnsli tit Wichita (Continued from Pago 1) i i i yard loss when Austin line broke up a play. Ball on Austin's 40 yard line. John- son punted 25 yards and Miller made a 1Q yard loss. Miller slipped through for 15 yards....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1923

jtipYffmfim "? m && j-- Of ""tB T-WJfT -J -H T- "'J"'t ""T" -"Vf rr - yf SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB ELECT TERM OFFICERS it in im jim iim mu iim inn mil mil him imi iu mil tun im mil imi im iuu im iuh im im iimMa iVoitf die TViH? Winter Coats With wintry winds "just around around the corner" its a wise policy to purchase your winter coat now. Here are quality coats of the new soft woolens which tailor so well and luxurious wraps of deep piled fabric smartly hir-trimmed. Long slender lines are emphasized in all types of coats and the side fastening is seen in many. . AilUm.U Ftvrtl -. --- - - - - -.- AW( DM EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR WOMEN Perry- Co. WE WELCOME YOU AND OFFER All the facilities of good sound and conservative banking cour- teous and efficient service and our facilities arc open to you. C. T. Hutchison President W. H. Free Cashier Jas. It. Bird Vice-President R. Peters Asst. Cashier THE FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE TEXAS Cor. N. Second and Pine Sts. ni ?Bffi?fflffiff?f SELYIDGE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1923

ywim'T?Trre"l'WBW IW'-WliW'"iy't'WJWEwiiWllW''''WW''!l'll1''''l''fw'f ffij? Simmons Brand SUPPORT THE BAND BUY A BRONCO r Vol. VIII. J3IMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1923. Number 6 " .j ft If- II B If i LYCEUM COURSE OPENS OCT. 26- HAS FOUR GREAT ATTRACTIONS TWO SUPER ARTISTS APPEAR COWBOYS PLAY AGGIES FIRST BILL PADEREWSKI; SINGLE ARTIST Alberta Salvi Harpist Together With Carolina Lazzari on First Number Tl Gin.rr.ona T ... .n. ...-... f f- ... ........ ........ T. ."". numbers win open ticro on Uctober 'X with the unusual attraction of two super -.(.. ill . r i .1 artists on one program. world's greatest concert been railed the and Carolina Lazzari tralto who has appeared with Metropolitan ork. Chicago Opera Company and Buenos Aires Opera sharing honors with Galli- Curci will appear in concert together at the First Baptist Church of this city on tho aboc date Under the management of the Simmons Lyceum course. These two artists arc on separate and individual tour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1923

STaffiyiiiffyfuiWHiiifiiiiitTiii1)ii)j)Wi;)mTnivij.mi(iJwiHn .1 jimum 1 mi).wiiiiiiii j4t nnin a r.aWyied Weekly by the Simmons Press Club !a tike Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. aMgg - ' . ' 111 Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per ycar......$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK . . . Editor BAKER CUMMINGS . . . Business Men. NELSON HUTTO . . ManAcinc Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Manager ALBERT FOX Circulation Manager Reporters for This Issues F U. Powell Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell Emma Barret Nelson' Hutto and Phhis McBcth. " ABOUT THE EXCHANGES. As soon as the exchanges are received they will be placed in the little room just outside the Brand office for the benefit of those students who might have a desire to look over the papers that "como from other colleges. They can be found there a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1923

- HW'I'VTW! tW"f-" TT T'-VTnp-- -jr )'" a f : 'ii.-' ? . J ' ' n w. ?; RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? Harvey L. Davis familiarly known to the Simmons students as "Barber" Davis was ordained to the full work of the gospel ministry by College Heights Church Wed- ncsday night ills church near Buffalo Gap had requested that this be done. Pas tor Powell of College Heights was chosen as moderator of the Presbytery and con- ducted the questioning of the candidate. A unique feature of the icrvlco was tho combining of tho charges and tho cxanv ination In one the various questions being discussed at length. The ordaining prayer was offered by Hev. J. M. Riddle follow cd by the laying on of hands by tho prw bytcry composed of eight fellow students of Brother Davis. Tbo training schools of the city are pro- pressing nicely with about 100 enrolled In each school. Cowboy Band Makes Trip to For Worth (Continued from Page 1) timo the roughness had begun to dio down and amusements adopt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1923

-pWpWiii?PiW$YWiW'Wpi mnw rrrt"W 'Vf" 'I'W'i wwfrifr V-"fV ""p rwv jp r T" -r"T' 7TWJf(l TT T f '. NL It i - 9 Jf; KUPPENrap I 1 'iH GOOD CLOTHES 1 y "Bjj flr Tlc stylc starts with the first snip 3 gmtm0 ' Qr jie sr9 nmi 8inyg for ti. life 9 H B H of the garment. c i ' " b NEW STUDENTS AND SELF- GOVERNMENT. That's real value. Getting every penny of your money back in service and satisfaction. See the range of new" models. You'll liko their fine lines. They're rcgord breakers for value style and superb fabrics. Get your suit and overcoat now. ctt'rai.7wii?fflrcffliiiifiay3 QUALITY-M VAOUe-SERWCG EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR WOMEN Perry-Jones Co. WE WELCOME YOU AND OFFER All the facilities of good sound and conservative banking cour- teous and efficient service and our facilities arc open to you. & T. Hutchison President W. H. Free Cashier Jas. R. Bird Vice-President II. Peters Asst. Cashier THE FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE TEXAS Cor. N Second and Pine Sts. T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM STUDIO THEBRON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

1700 COPIES THIS ISSUE C immons Brand Vbl. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1923. Number 7 1923 6. S. U. CONVENTION IS HERE s& m? Buff alos 1 ANNUAL CONVENTION OF B. S. U. HELD HERE SEVERAL HUNDRED STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER STATE AS DELEGATES. BARBECUE FOR ALL VISITORS Great Number of Able Speakers To Appear on Programs Dur- ing the Meeting. The Fourth Annual Canvcntion of the Baptist Student's Unions of Texas opened Friday morninf at 9:15 with a general ses- sion in the Auditorium of Abilene Hall. An especially interesting feature of the opening session was the music directed by Professor I. E. Reynolds Director of the School of Gospel Music Southwestern Bap- tist Theological Seminary. After the mus- ical program welcoming addresses as fol- dows" were given: On the part of the Cit) of Abilene Ma) or Chas. E. Coombcs! on the part of Simmons College President J. D. Sandefer; on the part of the local 11 S. U. Miss Elizabeth Fry its President. The keynote addres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

' III' C aLil(ttaMi.llf-iA d wl"cI' e Cowy have met on the grid- IJjCnPlPIOW5R)r?lUU J Jron has tended somewhat to dlseouragc Published Weekly by the Simmon Tress orne of he "fcnt h MA forth such Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postofllce at Abilene Texas high hopes of victory at the beginning of the season. K. K. confesses that his early WHAT OTHERS THINK. JUST IT H AT IS A COLLEGE? Just what is a college? What did you ardor was for a moment slightly dampened "ave In mind when you first thought of when the telegram from El Paso came In SoIn8 to college? Of xourse you had Vis- last SaturdavlSlght. A little reflection Ions of venerable stately buildings gray however convinces htm that It ! not w!i with age and covered with ivev. of a fair Subscription Price per year $2.00-To"TJe too hasty in such a conclusion. The B"" campus dotted and lined with Member of the Texas InterCollegiato Press Cowboys have Had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

ip iwjrjipjippMwpqMr'ffiWM iiiiiiF-ff'li'w wpi UMumAmm&mmmmmimmmimm a t . ". . .. ;''' ' '' WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF SHAKER KNIT COAT STYLE AND PULLOYER SWEATERS ifc: and our prices are always the very lowest. MIMS DRY GOODS COMPANY The Store of Individuality I ' TT" k- i n -' iii i ' I JUNIOR CLASS HAVE A ARE YOU A GOOD SPORT? TbteTtEai: WONDROUS PECAN HUNT THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEN THEATRES: Abilene Optical Co. Rex A. Smith ARE BACKING YOU. BACK THEM. After a most enjoyable outing last Mon day the members of the Junior class are expressing their regret that all members BAKERIES: were not nblo to enjoy It with them. Hallmark's Bakery At two o'clock a representative mem- Pan Dandy Dread bcrship of the class left Mary Frances Mead's Bakery hall in automobiles with Dr. and Mrs. BANKS' Raker their official chapcroncs. A few moments later the procession halted In front of a gate leading to a fruitful pecan orchard. Mr. Jim 0. Mallow became self- appointed gate opener. The genera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

Swwliiiirj Nw Bi A v c o AV Whin $LjL y YOU ARRIVE &CT LIKE YOU OWV THE.WHOUt VfORKS EALli THE. " - r F(VtuiiTY tAEMBEKS . BY THEIK FIK8T J0- Uots o BooKS. y ALWAYS APPEftH; m A HORKY. ET TAKES wu. wttM th Jfauirr Hale Wilfrey ;w Hines ... Wesley ..i Corn .'.......... w... ...: Johnson right .end 1M1 ..-t. ...im......................... IVIIIIUIUUK" Quarterback a ; At. McCasland left half right half fullback '. 'li ''. v"' Substitutes! Simrnpns None; Aggies--' if" ; i Waynqfor Hines Buell for Wayne. .Officials; Referee Bcrkholder (Kansas Aggies); Umpire Porter (Arizona U.) Head linesman Feather (Oxford). ct r. :a ? l TVA '"" JEILYEAH HAT AMD SM OE&. MftKE A WT WITH AIL THE. t AOttt c .u tu'i- i t xi LBEP fc. TILL r" n or :3o on SuwpaYS 1 MO Kn cr la R?.uMt F C. OA UtTTE HOIDE. Smoke on doWK Town Cornsi?5. SHOW Youn conrEMPr For SlttHOMS CUSTOMS BIT. o V3 Cfimi's) ' Nerve' Specialist ."Don't drink so much V K coffeel" "" 'Paticnt "Have a heart Doc. I drink only four sauccrful...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

1 . t . .(I ' If 1 " i w ' Mi 4 M R. L. Drown Student Secretary A. and M. College Mrs. R. L. Brown John Caylor Student Secretary and Instructor Baptist Bible Chair ' Austin INTERESTING PROGRAM HAD BY CLIO SOCIETY Tlio Cllosophlc Literary -Society had an especially interesting meeting last Satur- day afternoon. Several matter of business were taken up and disposed of. The So- ciety voted in favor of tho recommendation of tho 0. & D. Council that' inter-collegiate debating be eliminated .from the inter- society debates and that the inter-society debate should be held tho last of the fall term or tho first of the spring term if pos- sible A committee consisting of .Messrs. Morris Morrow and Swanry was appoint ed to arrange for the tryout for reprcsen- CHAMPION SHOE SHOP Experienced Shoe Repairers' All Work Guaranteed. Quick Service A. A. SIMONDS. PROP. 155 Chestnut SIMMONS BARBER SHOP tatives in the Eri.phean-Ophelian Fed- Excnds jf cor(a welcomc to all crauon oratorical cifucsi ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1923

ftPWWI ''f9lff!fffV''1lf'm''fmn' PaBvy-Tn'iJ''JW''Sir'T'Tff'jf"'T "M TTfyr lrFTJ''T'- rniffFJ'wvywiPwf'Byp'vjjgfipiJniWWi f" Mn"i'llNtfyiwtgwy" nimmmiwmmMiimi!mw Buy Good Clothes - -THAT'S TRUE ECONOMY The influence of really good clothes and their impression upon those with whom you come in contact is well understood. And the economy of good clothes as well as the good impression they create should not be over-looked when selecting a suit or over- coat. We have them ready for you in outstanding styles for Fall and Winter. Suits and Overcoats for wide-awake hlen who select their outfits at the beginning of the season. New Fall patterns in blues browns greys and stripe effects. All expertly tailored of the finest all wool fabrics. KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES $42.50 $45.00 $50.00 OTHER STANDARD MAKES $25.00 $27.50 $30 $35 AND $40 Z2 AblUm't Favorite Sd rl Shopping Flat J MM Lsanwoeus M VALUB-SEfiVC QUALiTY- Lrougli who returned 12. Klmbrougli tore through center for 5 yards. Johnson add...

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

miiiti! tT'-TTC' " n Sty? Simmons Brand .H Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1923 Number 8 sppmiigimi g v? iiE 'v B. S. U. CONVENTION A . VERY GREAT SUCCESS A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL INSPITE OF THE BAD WEA- THER CONDITIONS. 500 VJSITORS IN ATTENDANCE Western Hospitality Was Shown In a Great Way By AH the Peo ple of Abilene. Cold weather and skies that wept almost all the time they were here failed to chill the ardor or dampen the spirits of" the five hundred delegates who gathered at Simmons College Jast Friday for the three" days' session of the Convention of the Bap- list Students Union of Texas. From all Tinrta nf tho 3itn iliov Vnmo- itinv tnntril the joys of a great convention and they learned something of the spirit of a great western school; then they turned home- rA ..! . .t .. h.l 4l UnrL IT.. -: i- . t t. ii.il boy said "it sure was good while it lasted." Tim nlnns nf those who had thine In charge had been built up pretty much on KettaS.7-3 . .h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1923

fwpiqfa''tyMnw"Wnwwf?mf&rrFmfVri T .jff -)) jpipsayfpy ""V"1 ITn-j C fftivtmrtnltrMnA'd wcre oelglied 25 pounds to the man Cohimbus discovered Amfcrica.in 1492. IJ mrlmmm&fnallU SJj ty ho huge LoUigiana xhe score Man ""dents neglect the social' and come from a drop kick in the second per. recreational sme ot education lo bo a iod. n touchdown in tho third and two teicher to be a lawyer to be a business touchdowns in the last. .. Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Poatoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press - Association. Ottee i First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. man to bo a success in any walk of life one must know human nature and hew Tho Austin College Kangaroos smothered to deal -with the people with whom ho Dancl Dakcr 68 to 6 at Drownwood Saturday. The San Marcus Norm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1923

r-f$j fTTiijy'iiE rwm1f?"F'Y J-wray- M miw0Z i w'w"f 3rrT"T """rfFf -fy "" v -"tnufKffv A " ' v 'Sir.'.-. .. .;;.- w . v'r :. ' &$ -' . Al.' '-li I '.:-.tUk' ! 1 SEMINARY HILL CLIP SHEET What might bo called the first Religious Newspaper was edited by Paul. The book of Ephcsians was written In circular form and given general distribution to Chris- tiansMhroughout Asia' Mnor Tho pager had a definite policy. In most part what was written was directed against Gnosticism then prevalent in a "number of the newly .established Christian Churches. Let us make tho Club Sheet count for tho Seminary. Seminary Hill Texas A total popula- tion of 1074 for Seminary Hill is revealed by a recent census directed by the Sunday School of Seminary Hill Church. The ' work was dono by students of .the School of;. Religious Education of tho Seminary and was In every way complete. Excluding the Nursery Department all are attending Sunday School; 692 attend at Seminary Hill; 164 attend Baptist Sunday Sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1923

m Attractive Blankets The tingle in the nir these mornings is warning of colder days and nights to come. A wise anticipation in the purchase pf warm fleecy Blankets is advisable. 60x76 Cotton Blankets in solid grey tan' and white priced at per pair . . $3.50 66x80 Plaid Cotton Blankets in blue tan and grey plaids spe- cially priced at...- . f....i -....$3.95 66x80 Cotton Blankets floral designs in. colors of tan pearl grey and Alice blue; good weight; Per pair...............w.l- ti-.$3.95 70x80 guaranteed all wood Blankets in plaids of grey blue and Eink. Extra values v.... .... - $9.95 teavy Wool Indian Blankets plain colors and beautiful such as shown only in Indian 'Blankets. Each..... ... .....$11.50 Abitrnt't FevcHlt SAtppl't Flatl JT f m QUALITY-1 VAWe-SERWCE THOSE WE KNOW. 17 College Professors Took a Pen Vote Among Student Mli Altec Harrison returned Monday from a trip to her home in Knox City over tko week-end. There was nothing on tho ballots to indl- Miss Mary Wilson was ...

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