The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 32
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THE Student Association has endeavored above all things to promote a democratic
and friendly spirit among the students and to assist in providing a well balanced
Numerous functions have been sponsored by the association. Among these
were the annual Welcome Reception early in the first semester, the Hallowe'en
social, a Christmas tree with Santa Claus and all of his pranks and an old-time
Valentine social featuring games of yesterday.
The coronation of the All-University Queen was one of the most beautiful
occasions of the year. Early in the fall the candidates for positions as class favorites
and university queen were presented in a style review. In the spring the Queen of
the University was crowned in all of her splendor.
Striving still further for democratic principles in the selection of student representatives,
the annual elections were held. The yearly old-time "country political
picnic" was sponsored by the student association.
It is hoped that these officers and the association has been an integral part in the
perpetuation of Hardin-Simmons attributes of democratic spirit and friendliness.
MOXLEY FEATHERSTON ROSA CROCKETT N. J. WESTMORELAND
President Secretary Vice-President
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