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Entered as Second Class Matter, June 19, 1915, at the Postoffice at Abilene, Tezs, Under Aet of August 24, 191.
Vol. XXVI Harry H. Hayes '32, Editor MARCH, 1941 Frances Edmonds Palm '25, Asst. Editor No. 417
Noted Educators Will Speak at Inaugpral
Subscribes to Fund
The Hardin-Simmons exes of Wash-
ington and vicinity gathered in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Pearce
on the evening of February 1 for their
first meeting of 1941. In the absence
of Floyd Sitton '28, new president of
the club, Merrill Hutchins '39, vice-
president, presided. As a definite
contribution to the Memorial fund,
the club as a unit pledged $50. It
was also decided that the club would
subscribe to some magazine as a gift
to the library.
Bill Hays '29 and his wife, Dudley
Reed '40, Miss Mildred Yeager '29,
and Rev. Ray Garrett '28 "were new
members present to add to this ever-
increasing club of the nation's capi-
(From W. C. Gallemore '40, 802 K-
St., N. E., Washington, D. C.).
I am enclosing a check for $10 to
be applied to the Sandefer Memorial
Fund, and $1 for Bulletin dues. I
enjoy every word of the Bulletin.
Every good wish to the university.
Mrs. Byrn L. Brown,
(0. D. Robinson, '24)
Roswell, New Mexico.
High School Senior
Day On April 26
Following an annual custom, offi-
cials of the university have announced
that April 26 will be high school and
junior college senior day on the cam-
pus. We are requesting all ex-stu-
dents and friends of Hardin-Simmons
University to pass this word on to any
young people who are prospective
TO OBSERVE JUBILEE
First Church, Sweetwater, will be.
host on Thursday, April 3, for a joint
meeting of the Mitchell-Scurry, Fish-
er and Sweetwater Associations, cov-
ering five counties. The occasion is
part of the observance of the Hardin-
Simmons Golden Jubilee, these coun-
ties being part of the old Sweetwater
Association at the time the university
was founded. The meeting date is
the nearest convenient time to the
Founder's Day anniversary.
President W. R. White will speak
on "Christian Education in Our Day,"
and Dr. Fred C. Eastham, Wichita
Falls, will speak on the Hardin-Sim-
mons University campaign, of which
he is chairman.
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Are April 27-29
The formal inauguration of Dr. W.
R. White as seventh president of
Hardin-Simmons University will take
place on April 27, 28 and 29, with out-
standing educators to be heard on the
Speakers will include Dr. Homer
Price Rainey, University of Texas
president; Dr. Clifford B. Jones,
president of Texas Tech; President
Pat M. Neff of Baylor University,
former governor of Texas; Dr. L. R.
Scarborough, president of Southwest-
ern Baptist Theological Seminary;
Dr. Umphrey Lee, president of South-
ern Methodist University, and Dr.
Charles E. Friley, president of Iowa
Dr. Friley is a son of Rev. W. C.
Friley, first president of H-SU.
Other denominational dignitaries to
be speakers at inauguration programs
will include Dr. George W. Truett,
Dallas, internationally known church-
man; Dr. John. R. Sampey, president
of the Southern Baptist Seminary at
Louisville, Dr. S. J. McCaullie, Chat-
tanooga; Dr. John W. Raley, president
of Oklahoma Baptist University, and
E. C. Routh, Oklahoma City editor.
The inaugural ceremonies will high-
light the H-SU spring Golden Jubilee
News About Members
Of Friley Family
For old-timers who would like to
know of the whereabouts of the chil-
dren of the late Rev. W. C. Friley,
president of Hardin-Simmons from
1892 until 1894, we quote from a let-
ter received from Mrs. Webb Howell
(Mittie Friley, 1894) of 307 College
Avenue, Bryan, Texas. Willie Friley,
1893, is Mrs. G. O. Lightner, Wesley,
Texas; Douglas Friley, 1898, is de-
ceased; Gussie Friley, 1894, is Mrs.
R. E. May, Kingville; Charles Fri-
ley, LL. D., '29, is president of lowa
State College, Ames, Iowa; John Fri-
ley, 1894, lives at 2507 Bosque St.,
Waco; and Ruth Friley is Mrs. J. D.
Mullone, 4910 San Jacinto, Houston.
Rev. Douglas Carver '26 has ac-
cepted the call of the University Bap-
tist Church in Abilene. Church of-
ficials have been advised that he will
arrive in Abilene on April 1.
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