The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 16, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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M. H. Compere
E. T. Compere
COMPERE & COMPERE
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE RENTALS
"In Abilene Since 1891"
311-315 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BLDGr
' DEL MONTE BRAND
AT BARGAIN PRICES
AT OUR UP TO DATE FOUNTAIN
SIMMONS SUPPLY STORE
I'rnrtlcnl Christianity In to occupy
n mure Important plnco In ihc life and
thinking of Simmons ntudentH If the
I'cconiiuendntloiiH of Dr. J. P. lioone
Btudent pc?rctury of the UaptUt State
Hoard who visited Slmmonn CoUcko
liirtt week tire t'nn led out. For the
coming oi thlH man with an Import-
nnt mliM.on marks the beginning of a
now eia ielIf?lUHly for Simmons Col-
lege. At n Hpeclnl meeting Friday night of
the students Interested In the organ-
ization oi u UuptHt Student'H Union
It was decided m'tor an explanation or
the movement by Dr. Boone that It Is
host to merge the present Mission
Dam! Into the Ii. S. U. and corrclato
the existing religious hodle's with this
itH the centfal Organization through
which all otheis In the College shrtH
lunctlon In icllglous matters.
Seciotary Uoone l'ound the senti-
ment rine and conditions ready to re
ceive the now organization and put
plans Into operation for eftectlng tho
Daotlst btudent Union In Its complcto
iorm onq or which Is the appoint-
ment ot a strong committee headed
by Prof. Richardson to recommend
tlmo of meeting. Constitution and
oniecrs fOr the organization.
Dvt Doones plea tor the organiza
tion Was the fact that while the min-
isterial and missionary students had
religious meetings nothing was being
done tor the religious llfo Of that great
army or young people In College Who
urn to be tho lay workers In tho church
To reach this host will he said be ona
ol the big taskd of the li S. U.
" hlle the results of his visit are
manUold they can be best summed up
in the w ids or Prof. Richardson:
'He showed us that we have no Cen-
tral religious organization and that
the luy students wete being neglected
and besides stating the problem ho
had shown us ltR solution In a live
B. S. U."
Dr. Boono as Student Secretary will
visit the B. S. U. through the year
for Inspiration oncouragement and
A large number of Simmons stud-
ents will attend the state meeting ot
the B. S. U. at Howard Payne Col-
lege on Ffldny Saturday and Sunday
Qct 22. 23 and 24
PREXY MAKES REPORT AT
May wc furnish your neckwear. We have the best shapes in
silks andfknits also bows. See our display this week.
PRICED AT 50C TO $3.50
OUR SUIT DEPARTMENT
Awaits a visit from you also. We can supply you in a good
conservative 'suit at a price that will appeal.
SEE THEM AT $32.50 TO $75.00
J. C. PENNEY CO..
For Best Results in Kodak Finishing
WE SELL KODAKS AND FILMS
Also Frames and Mouldings
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Is our specialty. Student trade solicited. We have bought the
Simmpns Electric Shoe Shop and still have our Electric Shop on
936 SOUTH FIRST STREET
20th and Hickory
fS&r We Pay W On S
IfSff Savings m
1'W ' OFFICERS: 113
ePJEJI (je0. L. Paxton .-...Pres. laLSaaaal
SHVVI J. O. Shelton V-Pres. l-faa
WlK J. A. Littleton f...V'Pes. JfUj
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aPn Warren Weakley ..Ass't Csh SmI
YViK J- w Turner -As3 1 usn JmrnWt
If It Comes From
THE GIFT SHOP
They know its good because we are
DEALERS IN GIFT GOODS OF QUALITY
; Watch Our Windows for Monday Specials
THE GIFT SHOP
g 1Q70 NOUTII FIRST STREET
The Sweetwater Baptist Association
which since tho founding of Sim-
mons College has been tho guardian
of the Institution met In Its hegular
annual session at Loratno on October
8th and 9th. Tho meeting was Woll
attended by messengers from all sec-
tions of tho association and vyas one
of the most successful n many io-
spects that has been held in recent
Friday night was Simmon: Collcgu
night at tho association. President
Sandefer read tho annual report of
Slmirtons College and In his charac
teristic way spoKo to tho report. Ho
called attention to tho fact that there
wore enrolled In ho collego the past
year including summer school stud-
ents over 1400 students. Theri worn
983 students In tho regular nlnu
months term excluding duplicates.
Dr. Sandefer also stressed the fact
that thoro wero now enrolled In thn
college around 700 students and that
at Jeast 150 students wero actually
turned away on account of the lack
of accommodations. Ho stated that
tho Institution Vas now badly In need
ar two boys dormitories and one girl
dormitory. Ho also explained tho ar- 53
rangomonts that had1 been made
whereby the Olrls Industrial Homo
had been'osmodoleil at an expenditure
I nearlyilJj.OOO and was being used
temporarily on the san.o basis oi
In his speech President sandorer
showed his audience tho Imperative
nood of another administration build-
ing a larger auditorium and a cafe-
teria. Ho called attention to tho fact
thrtt tho present seating capacity a
tho auditorium was only about 650.
while tho present enrollment exceeded
Tho association elected Dr. Millard
A. Jenkens of tho First church Abi-
lene as moderator and Rev. John
Poarce an alumnus of Simmons Col
lege now pastor ot tho First tmptisi
ohurch Colorado as clerk. At a
coating of tho now board on Saturday
afternoon Rev. A. R Tyson pastor of
no Baptist Church at Albany wa
elected missionary of tho association
for another year. The next meeting of
tho association will bo hold at Ovale.
WANT LIBRARY OPEN
FOH LONGER HOURS
A petition for tho library to remain
open until 10;00 P. M. on school days
and on Mondays from 9:00 A. M.
until 4:00 P. M. has boon signed by
ovor 100 students.
ntnrinntH wnrklnt- on Tho Bronco
and other students engaged in school
activities have not access to tho libra-
ry during tho hours It is now open
and It Is especially for tho boneflt of
theso students that tho "committed
with Mr. Joss Hill Garrott as chair-
man Is working. i
Present library hours aro from 8j3o
to 12:00 A. M. and from 1:00 to 4:0f
"?. M. on Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Tho petition asks that tho hours bo
from 0:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M on Mon-
days and from 8:00 A. M. to 10:00
V. M. on Tuesdays to Saturdays onlv.
Sandors You said your lovb would
be llko yondor ocoan. (
EiilnWoll it is. It's low tide now.
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FRYAR PRINTING COMPANY
BOOK AND CATALOGUE PRINTING
Only Exclusive Job Plant In Central West Texas
"PHILLIPS UNIVERSITY HAS A BAD REPUTATION
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AGAINST BUT THEY NEVER HAVE MET COACH
EASTERDATS GANG OF ROUGH RIDERS."
"THE COWBOYS TIED S. M. U. AND A. n M. BEAT
THEM THAT REMINDS US THAT PROFITEERS OUGHT
TO BE TIED AND BEATEN AND IN A WAY THAT IS WHAT
THE COWBOYS CLOTHING CO. IS DOING BY PRICING
Sayings of the Local Solomon.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT
FURNISHINGS ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
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The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 16, 1920, newspaper, October 16, 1920; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97763/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.