The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 18, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SIMMONS BRAND
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ANNOUNCE THE NEW
Death has claimed one of Simmons'
most distinguished alumni in Lieu-
tenant Eugene Fiold Burkctt of tho
Class of 1010.
lie graduated with high honors in
Simmons and then entered tho Naval
Academy at Annapolis Maryland
from which ho graduated in 1920.
Ho soon joined tho Air Forces of tho
United States and was tho first
person to photograph from tho air
and map the coast of Alaska He
mot his death in an air crash off tho
coast of San Diego California Jan-
uary 7 1030. In compliance with his
wishes to be buried in the Arling
ton National Cemetery with his com-
rades if ho should dio while in the
service of his country his body was
laid to rest thcro on January 13 1030.
Ho was a strong positive clean
Christian man whom everybody loved
and admired. His lifo was n bene
diction and wo know that it continues
in Heaven. ""
We bow to tho will of our Heavenly
Father whom wo know makes no mis-
takes and yet wo cannot help saying
wo do not understand.
To his bereaved wife to his father
Dr. J. C. Burkctt to his brothers
and sisters wo express our deepest
sympathy and feel that our only
solaco to them is to say somo day
wo shall understand.
Wo ask that a copy of these reslu-
tions bo sent his wife; that a copy
bo sent tho Burkctt family and a
copy be sent tho Simmons Brand for
R. N. RICHARDSON
J. S. BURNAM
SIMMONS STUDENTS SET A
NEW RECORD FOR ATTEND-
ANCE AT 8UNDAY SCHOOL
I'm going to kiss you every
a star falls.
She (ten minutes later): Say you
must bo counting lightning bugs.
The screen's most sophisticated musical
romance. Tuneful! Hilarious! The
roguish love story of a beautiful queen.
"THE LOVE PARADE"
Paramount's original screen operetta.
Produced by- Ernst Lubitsch. Music
by Victor Schcrtzinger.
Home of Paramount Pictures
One of the Publix Theatres
(Continued from page ono)
per cent while First Church prodi-
gals ranking A-l wero 30.
Thcso high honor rankers wero J.
C. Richardson Elsio Pendleton Mrs.
W. C. Ribble Lol Rosscr Lillian
Schubert Ina Man Rick Paulino Ris-
tor Edrio Tincr Margaret Thomp-
son Ruby Thompson Lona Leo Bing-
ham Mary Merle Polk Mario Pitt-
man Frances Prior Gladys Palmer
Isla Norrld Minnie Mitchell Fay
Mitchell Lucy Lowry( Vora Lowe
Lcona Lowric Bessie Langston Eliz-
abeth Kirk Viola York Ola. Wood
Marguerite Williams Lois Davidson
I Ethel Hance Irene Glenn Olcta
c iciuur. xtuuy vtiibuiiiiiic Aiutviu wv
Bryson Virgil Brumlcy Mary Pau
lino Reeves Vanda Bristor E. G.
Ross B. R. Stripling D. L. Smith
W. K. Simpson L. M. Scrogglns Jr.
Kelly Russell. Tarpley Bolding C.
Bcaty E. Barton Mark Reeves Ewell
Porter E. McReynolds Ray McPher-
son J. O. McLcod H. H. McGregor
V. McEachern Harold Moore Min-
ter Uzzcll A. E. Travis H. L. Agce
H. J. Crain Ray Hcnnlngton J. C.
Harris Donald Ensoy Fred McPhor-
son Harvey Anderson Edwin John-
Vcrnon Holdridge Vernon IIoo-
dy Morgan Evans R. W. Davis M.
C. Bruce Blanton Gorman Edwin
Burnam Raymond Hutchingson Sal-
lie Rouch W. R. Underwood Tommy
Grant J. T. Woodson Jack Sublett
Phil Taylor A. R. Tyson Leonard
Barnes John Brewer Harold Moore
Gerald Williams Elsio Hill Hallio
B. Creighton Beatrice Conn "Ethel
Comer Mary Ruth Boles Evcloyn
Payne Jennno Cornelius Agnes
Winkler Dolores Tillotson V. Mario
Stephens Clara Goodwin Delta Ar-
nold Louiso Bolton Lcjilo Barton
Dcla Boo Burt Mary Gartner Bertha
Gartner Stella Gcren Geraldlno Hill
Paulino Jenkins Adclia Martin Fran
ces Scars Lucille Mattox.
All in all tho church records are
fairly good although moro students
might spit their gum out beforo en-
tering the bulldinc less of them
catch up on their loss of sleep or ex'-
chango of weekly gossip and fowcr
students remain in bed on bright
gloomy and otherwise mornings.
Musicians Convene Workers Schedule
Here This Week In
Sixth Annual Meet
Noted Composer Will Be In
cluded In Pro-
IMftra jdjtS&d--fflJf(J1 Delicious indRtfrMhing
Ivtt I i BBH
No matter how buy you are bow
hard you work or play don't for-
get it' good to relax paint and
rtfrtth youndj Juit a minute's
"time out" but long enough for
an Ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola
with it tingling delicious taate
and cool after-acme of irfrethment.
Millions of people every day find
In Coca-Cola's wholesome refresh-
ment a delightful way towell-bclng.
V ANNUAL OIWUtTMINTy
Featuring the entertainment of tho
sixth annual Texas -Band Teachers
meeting hero January 24 and 23 will
bo A concert by tho 100-plcce Cowboy
Band Friday evening at 8:00 in tho
Simmons university auditorium. Prof.
D. O. Wiley and several of tho promi
nent band masters will take turns at
directing tho Cowboys in their concert
Among the eminent visitors to at
tend tho meeting will be David Guion
intcrnationell known composer who
will havo a part on tho program Fri-
day evening. He will play two of his
own compositions accompanied by the
Ono hundred invitations wero sent
out last week by D. O. Wiley secretary-treasurer
of tho western division
of tho Texas Band Teachers Associa-
tion to all band leaders in his section.
More than 400 leaders throughout tho
state have been asked to attend tho
A banquet honoring tho visitors will
bo given in tho Simmons university
cafeteria Friday evening under tho
joint auspices of tho Cowboy Band and
tho Abilene Chamber of Commerce.
Following the banquet visitors will
come over to the auditorium for tho
concert which is frco to everyone.
The meeting will take up business
matters primarily. Election of offi-
cers selection of tho 1031 meeting
place and band contests will bo the
major items discussed.
Following is tho program to bo ren
dered by the Cowboy Band Friday
1. Marches Played under the di
rection of various visiting band mas-
ters. 2. At tho Movies sweep in 'three
parts John Phillip Sousa.
3. Fantasy Russo flute solo (play-
ed by Robert Cray.)
4. Victor Herbert's Favorites Her-
bert. 6 Cowboy Songs (Sung by W. J.
G. a. Turkey in tho Straw Guion.
b. Sheep in tho Goat Guion.
(Played by composer David Guion
accompanied by tho band.)
7. Evolution of Dixio Lake.
Time For Meetings
Meetings of tho Special Workers
Group arc being held on tho first and
third Mondays of each month in
room 303 of tho Scicnco Hall it Is
announced" by T. A. Welch president.
The membership of this organiza-
tion includes thdso who are planning
to enter vocationally ono of tho fol-
lowing lines of Christian service:
First: church workers educational
directors secretaries of young peo-
ple's work financial secretaries read
ers of gospel music offico secreta-
ries church visitors or workers in
other phases of tho complete church
program of activity; second: general
workers associational workers field
secretaries or such workers from any
of tho denominational departments;
thord student secretaries for our de-
nominational private or tax-supported
institutions; fourth teachers of
religious education in the churches
mountain schools or colleges; fifth
gospel singers and sacred hymn play-
ers; sixth those who jrfant to engage
in social settlement service or any
other phase of religious work not in-
cluded in tho above.
FOR SPRING 1930
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Let us engrave your name on your fountain pen or
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Radford Bldg. Telephone 8118
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RIGHT WAY LAUNDRY
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You Can't Go Wrong By Going The
Pure Food Ice Cream
DR. E. R. MIDDLETON
New Dixie Maid Milk Bread
MADE WITH MILK
See the Dixie Moid in the Blue Diamond
Dixie Baking Co.
(Schcpps-Putnam Baking Co.)
HOME OF THE COWBOYS
When you buy a Meal Ticket from us it will be good a year
from now. Wo are here to stay. Wo make Sandwiches others
try to imitate. .The one place of business in Abilene that has
never refused to grant a favor to a student of Simmons U.
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Can Clean and Press Clothes the Best Way
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The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 18, 1930, newspaper, January 18, 1930; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97930/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.