The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 13, 1923 Page: 4 of 4
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SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
ELECT TERM OFFICERS
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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.
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EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR WOMEN
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
Cor. N. Second and Pine Sts.
LEAVE YOUR LAUNDRY AT SIMMONS BARBERSHOP
TUB SEAQHN'Q I ATV7QT QTVIBQ IN MATHTAB 1
For Dress and College Use.
OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE.
YAGER SHOE COMPANY
Repairs While You Wait!
JOE L. HALLONQUIST
MISSOURI STATE LIFE INSURANCE CO.
The Social Science Club met Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in Dr. linker's room.
The nominatinR committee's 'report which
was made ly Miss Tliclma Andrews was
unanimously accepted and the following of-
President Mr. Baker Cummings.
Vice President Mr. John T. Duncan.
Secrctary-Trcas. Miss Gerald ino Wright.
Asst. Sccy.-Trcas. Miss Erma Mae liar-
desty. Program Committee Mr. Allan Mote
Mr. U. S. Ilird Mrs. Williams and Miss
Clements. Tho newly elected president
and secretary' took charge of tho meeting-
ami the following very interesting pro-
gram was rendered:
1. Story of Helen Kcllar. Vclma Jones.
2. Chippendale Furniture. Belle. Jones.
3. Why Are Thcro Criminals. Ruby
4. Editorial. Thclma Andrews.
i COMPLETE THE COLLEGE BY GETTING YOUR 1
I BRONCQNOW I
HASN'T FLUNKED YET!
Whether it is a thesis that has to be
ready the next day or a steady Job on
lecture notes Corona never flunks. Get-
ting things done is the really big results
of using Corona.
In college the papers that come in on
time neatly coronotyped get the highest
grades. You can't evade the truth without
sticking your head in the sand.
Phone us for a demonstration. $500 a
month buys one.
PEARCE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
GRACE HOTEL BUILDING
It. PHONE 217
NEW MEXICAN STUDES
HAVE ORGANIZED CLUB
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N New Winter Coats of lustrous Bolivia in a variety of f.
H the most wanted styles with either self Manchuriar?woIf $
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The New Mexico Club organized Tues-
day and whoops of the wild characteris-
tic of the further west will bo beard again
on the campus. Mr. Baker Cummings is
president Myrtle Barber secretary and
Lawrence Fitzgerald reporter.
The New Mexico Club has become a
part pf college tradition of Simmons. It
lias contributed much to the college Jifc
and history in the past. Among tho ici
cent graduates coming from New Mexico
arc Mamie Bruncr Wheeler Miss Blancho
Simpson Miss Eufaula Wise and Mr.
BIonne Foreman. There are two New
Mexicans in the graduation class of '21.
$7 worth lor $S
Take One to School!
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Your New Stetson
Now more than over
you'll want a Parker
without adding a
single penny to
the price sun
and the Mce
still stands at $7
for the Orer'skt;
'Duofold Jr. and
Parker Pens In wide as
sortment hero In black-
over. Each with neat -cold pock
et-clip or gold ring-end free. Step in
todav and rrct one of these fountain
I pen Classics on approval.
WE HAVE BIG STOCK
ABILENE PRINTING CO
1069 North Second
IN FRONT OF QUEEN THEATRE
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN .
"THE HOME OF GOOD DRINKS"
MONTGOMERY DRUG CO.
150 Simmons Boosters
go to Wichita Falls
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There the students and their friends form-
ed in columns of threes and again led by
the band marched up Ninth street to tho
Kemp Hotel. There they were glad to
sec the football boys looking down from
their windows and proceeded to show tho
Wichita Falls folks how Simmons could
sing and "holler." Then into the Kemp
Simmons headquarters where the Cowboy
hand gave several of its famous selections
to u largo and appreciative audience.
Luncheon had been set tit the splendid
dining room for the football boys and the
Simmons group through tho hospitality
of Judgo Caldwell. At 2:15 he had the
street cars at hand to take tho party to
the fair grounds. The band played and
the students sang their way through the
city and woke' everybody in hearing up
to tho fact that Simmons had "come tb
town." Tho 'lold pep" aonUnued un-
abated through the gamem though it was
rather disappointing that the score turned
out u tic instead of a Simmons victory.
The game over many citizens of Wichita
placed their autos at the disposal of tho
students to return to town and large num-
bers availed themselves of this courtesy
whilo the others made their way back on
the street cars.
Judge Caldwell had had plates laid for
dinner for the entire group at tho Kemp;
a delectable meal was provided; every
courtesy and hospitality was shown by the
hotel management and the crowd were
loath fo depart when at last time came
to go to the train. A special train had
been provided for the Simmons students'
return leaving Wichita shortly after seven.
'I hough all were more or less fatigued
with the activities of tho day they kept up
their good-humored fun and enlivened
the return with song and story "Nobody
sleeps till we get home" was the motto
adopted. Prof. Wiley and Slime Word
tried to break this rule but they both
thought better of it when the water cure
Was administered. '
A telegram from Seymour announced
that they would meet the train and the
hand boys prepared to serenade them. A
short distance before Seymour was reach-
ed the train stopped at a water tank and
it was regaled with some peppy selections.
When Seymour was reached the boys
gladly repeated and received an ovation
from the crowd that had gathered to greet
Miss Campbell and other teachers cheer-
ed the hearts of the students by singing
out "No school tomorrow" but unfortun-
ately President Sandefer had stayed in
Wichita and Dean refused to o. k. their
Johnny Camp unearthed a cakp from
somewhere and distributed it in generous
quantities to those members of tho faculty
under whom he had courses or expected to
have them. Coach Kuhn Introduced the
"chewing gum handshake" and some stu-
dents armed with pins provided an oppor-
tunity to passers-by to run the gauntlet.
The center car crowd re-enacted tho New
Orleans mardi gras with home-made con-
fetti. At Stamford several students made a
run for the lunch stand but failed to get
all they wanted They then had to sprint
for the train when the conductor called
"Board!" Others discovered a Jar of
pickles jeft from the morning's luncheon
and regaled them on the sourest of the
The special reached Sandefer Stop about
12:50 Saturday morning and the crowd
broke up to snatch a few winks before
class time. They were too tired to make
as much noise going up Ambler as the'y
did going down it but they were hpapy
for they had "put Simmons on the map."
E T. Powers preached at Shady Church
last Sunday lie was ordained in the af-
ternoon by the Haggard Memorial Church
at Red Spring Baylor county.
The newest Fall Shapes and Colors in Stetson feature hats
nicely i lined and trimmed selling at $10.00. Other Stetson
novelties in a splendid range of colors priced at $7.00.
Dunlap Hats $7.00 to $10.00
Lion Hats ' : $3.00 to $ 6.00
Minter Dry Goods Co.
"Abilene's Progressive Store"
155 Chestnut St.
Cleaning Pressing Repairing neat-
ly done. Suits made to measure
$22.75 and up.
MARINELL0 BEAUTY PARLOR
Upstairs over Woolworth's
THE MARY BEAUTY SHOP
Shampooing Manicuring Hair dress-
ing Facials Marcelling Scalp Treat-
ment. Phone 271 for appointment.
New Cpmpton Building
FOR SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS AND
FRESH WATER CHANNEL
CAT FISH. GO TO
North Side Phone 830
South Side Phone 53
Exactly Right Printing
THE TIMES PRINTING CO.
HIGH CLASS COMMERCIAL
TO THE STUDENTS
OF SIMMONS COLLEGE:
Tliis bank is an institution of service; dedicated to
those who desire the best in banking facilities and
is especially equipped to take care of every require-
ment of our student friends and customers.
Do not overlook the convenience of a bank account.
Come in and get acquainted! Talk over your needs
GROCERIES THAT'S ALL
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KINDER & SON-'THE CLEAN PUCE"
-Will sell you a guaranteed fountain pen "THE PARKER.'
We handle the CONKLIN PEN too.
KINDER & S0N-"THE CLEAN PLACE"
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Basement .First State Bank PHONE 1612
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The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 13, 1923, newspaper, October 13, 1923; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97846/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.