The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. , No. 28, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 2, 1931 Page: 4 of 4
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TH SIMONS MUNO
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As S Club Host to.
Moss Room Is Scene of An-
In the Moss room of tho Grnco
Hotel beautifully decorated with a
profusion of Bluobonncts pennants
and athletic blnnkeU tho "S" club was
host Friday evening to fifty-six mem-
bers and visitors.
Claud Daniel retiring president
was toastmastcr throughout an infor
mal program of speeches by tho
coaches athletes and supporters of
the Cowboy teams.
Coach Leslie Cranflll struck the
keynote of tho evening's speeches
when ho outlined tho work of tho past
year and announced that for novt year
"tho Cowboys are roady to go and
nothing is going to hold us back."
Similar notes of optimism were sound-
ed by Coaches Charles AndcTson nnd
M. M. Ballard former Captuin Hill
Sanders nnd Bob McCollum nnd foot-co-captain
for next year George Go-
lightly. Elect Offircrg
Gordon Weir struck his usual high
pitch of enthusiasm whon he said
"with this old rootln' and tootin' kept
going tho Cowboys can't lose." Prof.
J. E. Burnam mado an Impressive
talk on tho football stadium of tho
Placo cards cleverly carrying out
tho athletic schemo wcro mado by
Floyd Clark tho athlete-artist.
Officers elected for tho coming year
are: Floyd Clark president; Curtis
Hamilton vice-president; Dan Steak-
Thoso attending were: Bill Sanders
Bob McCollum Pinto Allen Harold
Walker Hallio Daniel Edwin Burn-
am Lo Vurlo Andrus Curtis Hamil-
ton Wayno Davenport Marion Tuck-
er Claudo Daniel. Loran Ribblc
Gcorgo Golightly Noll Sewell Floyd
Clark Dan Stcakley Harold Moore
Buck Wheeler Howard Davison Geno
McCollum Ed Powell Harold Fitz
gerald Kenneth Bcntloy Leslie Cron-
fill Charles Anderson M. M. Bal-
lard J. E. Burnam and Gcorgo Weir.
Misses Dosha McArthur Elizabeth
Love Gwendolyn Mudd Virginia Sur-
face Bess Mcintosh Jeanne Kendall
Melba Watson Dorothy Locke Max-
ino Murdock Virginia Alexander
Margaret Dillingham Peggy Gideon
Mary Isobcl Heard Jfsseal Slusscr
Elsie Itibble Caroll Johnson Genello
Jennings. Edelweiss Jenkins Eliza
beth Faucctt nnd Muurinc Tignor.
Mesdamcs Cranfill Anderson Bnl
lard and Burnam.
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Married in Early
Miss Dorothy Flotchcr former Sim
mons student becamo tho brido of Mai
colm St. John Thursday in a candle
light ceremony read by tho Reverend
Millard A. Jenkens. Tho nuptial
vows wcro said in the homo of tho
brido's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Wl D.
Fletcher who reside oh South Third
The brido was wearing a modish
spring suit of beige flat crepe with
accessories of tan and brown. Deep
cuffs of fox fur were a Bmart touch
on the jacket which had insets of tho
material to mako a f laro on tho snug
fitting bodice corresponding to tho
low-flared skirt. With this she wore
a ruined cmoroiuerou oatisto mouse
hat with miniaturo plumo trim and
tan and brown shoes nnd gloves.
On Automobile Trip
Immediately after tho ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. St. John left by automo-
bilo for a' two weeks trip to San An-
tonio Corpus Christ! Del Rio and
Monterey and other points in Old
They will return to make thcirhomo
here whero they will occupy an apart
ment nt South Fifth and Meander
Both the bride nnd groom are mem-
bers ox the younger society set of Abi-
lene where tho Fletchers moved five
years ago from Corslcana tho St.
John family commg.hero tho next year
Following her graduation from
)ilgh school Miss Fletcher attended
Simmons university. After having
graduated from high school here Mr.
St. John entered his father's business
Robert-St. John Motor Company
ESTELLE BOTT TOi BE
PRESENTED IN RECITAL
Miss Estcllo Britt major in voice
nnd theory will bo presented in junior
recital by Professor William James
Work nt tho Simmons auditorium at
eight o'clock Tuesday evening May 8
Miss Britt wijl bo nsslgted on tho
program by Josephino Grisham. Be
fore coming to Simmons sho studied
under Miss Florence Evans of Oua-
chita College. Sho has appeared on
several local'programs nnd is a promi-
nent member of tho Choral club.
The department extends a welcome
to nil who wish- to attend this pro-
gram. A complcto program appears else-
where in this issue
Begin whatever you havo to do: the
beginning of a work stands for tho
SIMMONS SHOE SHOP
AND SHINE PARLOR
New and Different
Ycu Will Be Pleased
CANDIDATE FOR I
In Stamford Home
Mrs. Robert Hoppovformerly Miss
Elizabeth Wood-who is a graduate of
Simmons was honored last week with
a party in tne nome ox Mrs j. vy.
Puckett of Stamford.
Tho honoreo was a very popular
student while in Simmons and engag-
ed in many campus activities. Among
them shq was a member of tho Cow-
girls for threo years student secre-
tory and university queen for tho year
Mrs. Budley Raines won high Bcoro
award Mrs. Harley F. Goblc second
high and tho honoree was remembered
with a dainty gift. Baskets of blue-
bonnets wcro also cut prizes for each
of tho seven tables.
Tho refreshment plate held pressed
chicken hot rolls pickled beets tea
and orangb ice. Tho guest list Includ-
ed Mrs. E. B. Hobbln of New York
City: Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Mrs.
Pcnn of Lucdcrs; Miss Betty Raines
Mesdamcs L. M. Hardy Grady Bowd-
ry L. M. York R. R. Robertson
Harry Yates R. B. Hills W. V. Keith
Allen Wimbish E. P. Bukley Marg
ery Bailey F. W. Pockham Recce
Pratt H. A. Carter Budley Raines
Gordon Hayncs Arnold Douthit Hugh
Austin L. F. Mctz Harley F. Goblc
T. J. Elliott B. N. Wlseley D. A.
Bandccn G. C. Carothers and tho hon-
oree. Mr. and Mrs. Hoppo arc making
their' homo at 1017 East Reynolds
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discovered when they played a spot
light on the main deck where Master-
of-ceremonies Riggs Shcppcrd began
to nnnounco tho program of tho floor
Tho first number was a Soprano
Sotcophone solo by Rita Donaho. She
played "Saint Louis Blues" then nn
encore number. Doris Burns then
represented the Muse Terpsichore in a
beautiful and graceful toe-dance dono
under blue lights. Tho inimicablo Pat
Booth followed her to sing two num-
bers then sho led tho crew passeng-
ers otal in "Let Me Call You Sweet-
heart'' and "Harvest Moon."
A rnllors hornpipe dono by eight
"gobeltes" followed thfs. They were:
Peggy Gideon Lorce Guffcy7 Edwina
Girvin Ella Brooks Carver Clara
Gulnn Laura Barnctt and Elizabeth
Doris Burns and Charlotto Cope
followed this with a charming dance
and exhibition of contortionistics. This
was followed by an acrobatic clog by
Glenna Faye Grant drum-major of
the Cowgirls and Lucile Brown.
Interspersed as" novelties during tho
program and at odd moments' cable-
grams to guests present wcro read by
Rlggs Shcpperd. Thoso receiving
messages were: Three-fingers Mc-
Michcn Sncck Short Bcopoo HUls-
man Lawlis Lew Phipps Satchel A.
Walker Cecil C. Cammack Pansy
Lowe and Giants Joo Gilbert.
A refreshment plato was then serv-
ed to all the guests with tho follow-
Ingt d'Hoto menu; cheeso and dato
sandwiches potato chips olives frost-
ed fruit punch nnd llfo savors.
Hilarity prcvaded after tho refresh-
ment plato was served when confotti
was passed out in bewildering
amounts. It soon began to fly through
tho air down backs over under and
in. Several orchestra numbers fol-
lowed nnd then' serpentines wero
thrown nnd tangled in tho rigging to
heighten tho carnival Saturnalia.
A pleasant surprise followed this.
Doughnuts and cotfeo wero served.
This was received with shouts of joy
by tho Band men since eating is con-
sidered their fortissimo.
After this came tho grand promen-
ade led by Gerald Smith retiring
captajn of teh basket ball team. Guests
wore then bid good-bye by Mr. Shcp-
perd nnd urged to attend next years
Tho following guests were prpsent:
Serving girls: Loreo Guffoy Peggy
Gideon Elizabeth Jobe Ella Broks
Carver Laura Barnett Sue Reod
Clara Guinn Mercades Robertson and
Invited-guests were: Gilbert B.
Snndofer Manager and D. O. Wiley
director of tho Cowboy band; Mrs.
Wiley Mrs. Sandefer Lucilo Butler
Juanlta Barrow Carol Johnson Made-
Ion Williams Elaino Holt Mary Beth
Walston Clara Nell McAdams Vir-
ginia Hawkins 'Jewel Hutchinson
Emma Joyner Dorothy Baxter Edith
.ru waxino Murdock Elizabeth
vP wiiinn Grisham Elizabeth
Lane Nlta Donahoe Virginia Alexan-
der Ovesta McCleskey Angle Mc-
Curdy Elizabeth Faucctt Layerne
Gryln Koran' Wilcox Elba Reeyea
Elsie Rlbble Maurino McDonald.
Lucile Rowan Florence Wherry Lil-
lian Shlck Lavania Gregg Ruby
Rawls Mary Bello Brpnnan Beatrice
Conn Margaret Turner Beiy Hardr
Richard Walker John Head W. I.
Byron Joe .Gilbert Holmes JKcNeoly
Arett McMichem Lou Phipps Ralph
Short Cecil Cammack" Harold Boney
Gerald Smith Pendleton Brooks G.
h. Huestis Jimmio Rutledge Rill
Conlce Wix Covington Tony Head
Grayson Ray Dodson Smith Clyde
Rowe Ormand Jensen Bob Moore
Horace GustaVus Paul HUlsman
Frank Phillips Marion Ethridgc
Roland Stephenson Elmo Lowe
Johnny Regan Woodrow Pratt Ncal
Ray Oran Doolan.
Over H.P. Debaters
Simmons scored nnothcr victory
over Howard Payno Wednesday eve
ning when Bill Jameson nnd C. E.
Meredith Simmons debaters won a
two to one victory over McLellan nnd
Woodwnrd of our Bister school. Tho
question debated wast Resolved that
tho nations adopt a policy of free
trade. The Simmons men defended
the ncgativo side of tho question
This match which was tho f iiat ono
for Meredith and the second ono for
Jameson was judged by three local f
lawyers Gray Brown Wiloy Cnfi'cy
and Carl Hulsey.
TO BE HELD TUESDAY
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snappy speeches concerning tho pep
of tho school. Dub Cox stressed a
bigger and louder Simmons. Cox has
had four years experience in Lamcsa
High School and pledges that ho is
more than willing to do his duty with-
out any grumbling or kicks. "Elect
mo yell leader and make a peppy Sim-
O. P. Jensen was second to talk.
Ho was freshman proxy in 1030 a
membor of the Players West Texas
club a band man for two years nnd
chnplajn of tho Soph class this year.
"If I am elected I'll do everything in
my' power to build a spirit hero in
Simmons that you will never forgot."
George Lacy was next man with
a snappy repartee. Ho has had one
year in high school helped put tho
Tech special over and mndo all out of
town gamps this year.
Dallas Murphy asked to bo elected
on tho platform of a peppier and
snappier rooting section.
Ddn Stcakley made tho most stir
ring talk of tho evening with tho de
livery of his "Tears." Ho has played
on tho tennis team for threo years
has been intercollegiate debater and
a member of tho scholarship society..
Fred Swank asked that he bo made
yell leader so as to develop a better
spirit. "But next year whether I lead
or follow the yell I'll still bo for the
samo old Simmons yours for more
spirit and pep in 1032"
Sammy Thomas was tho last speak-
er of the evening and implored tho
student boyd to give him its support
ns ho was the man for the job. Ho
told of his high school cxpcricnco and
his activity on tho campus since his
coming hero this year.
A bravo man is clear in his dis-
course and keeps close to tho truth.
Dr. H. Arthur Swan
Genito Urinary Prostate
Syphilis Blood Diseases
Hours 9 to 121 to 5
Suite 402 Alexander BIdg.
ThrM Starts Three Markets
ABILENE LAUNDRY COMPANY
Launderers and Dry Cleaners of the Dependable Kind
SIMMONS SUPPLY STORE
Home of the Famous Milkshakes
Dial 5229 .
Atkinson Drug Co.
IF IT'S GOOD WE'VE GOt'iT
IF WE'VE GOT IT IT'S GOOD!
We've Also Got a Feclin' Thut the Cowboys nro Going lo Win!
GRADE "A" MILK
Tho volco department of Sim-
mons University is to present Miss
Nlobra Estcllo Britt in junior re-
cital assisted by Miss Josephine
Grisham Tuesday evening eight
o'clock in Simmons University
The' program is ns-followa:
Tho Maiden's Wish (Chopin);
Lithuanian Song (Chopin) .
Miss Niobra Estello Britt
Piano: G Flat Major Waltz
(Chopin). Miss Joschinc Grisham
April My April (U. MUlignn)
Dnmozcl (I. Novcllo); Yester-
day nnd Today (G. Spross)
Miss Niobrn Estcllo Britt
tVolln: Sponlsn Dnnco (Sarasatc)
Miss Josephino Grisham
Spirit Song (J. Haydcn); Last
Night (II. Kjcrulf);
Miss Nlobra Estcllo Britt
(Mrs. Wm. J. Work Accompanist)
Ushers.: Elizabeth Britt Rita
Donaho Lena Graco Sanderson
Stoyo Marshall Maurice Crawford
HAS SIMMONS NIGHT
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strive if wo seek faithfully to follow
Him to mako young men nnd women
awaro of tho potential power and tho
ublimity of every noble personality.
Character in its truest nnd highest
meaning can not result from aimless"
and disregard of moral obligations
Tho chnracter-bulldlng possibilities of
tho Christian school arc suggested in
that memornblo statement by Wood-
rowWilson: "Christianity is tho most
inspiring force in human life." Tho
spirit of charity of unselfish service
t oour fellow men in all the earth
must become regnant before distrust
and fear outof.whlch misunderstand
ing and conflict spring shall "bo ban-
ished. Tlfo dream of tho poet
"Till tho war-drum throbbed no long-
er and the battlo flags wcro furled
In the Parliament of man tho Feder-
ation of tho world"
can never bo realized savo by tho con-
trolling power of Christian ideals in
tho lives of men.
Christian Education also alms at
the high coal of vitalized living. It
helps men to sco that it is a small
thing to makb a living but a sublimo
thing to make a life. Tho profound
importance of that truth 1s exempli-
fied in the effort of tho citizens of
Cambridge Massachusetts to pay
worthy tribute to ono of their honored
sons by -inscribing over his portrait
in the Harvard Memorial Hall his oft-
repeated words: "Never forget the ev-
erlasting differenco between making a
living and making n lif." Tho mis-
sion of Christianity in part at least
is to change -and inspire tne minds
tho hcnrt3 tho lives of men. It is for
pushing this mission that Christian
instiutions exist. They afford tho
largest opportunltie.i for lelping men
to learn to live vi.a.ly to live lifo to
the utmos:. ""
Christian Educntion will if given
the opportunity that it deserves help
to transform tho world to bring into
being that marvelous picture which
Isaiah foresaw. It is tho education
embodying Ijruly tho spirit of learning
ennobled by reverence.'-'
Simmons Service Station
On the Corner
Located to Serve You Better
Gas Oil Tires Tubes
Greasing Repair Work
1365 Ambler Ave.
Cream Butter Buttermilk
Creamed .Cottage Cheese
PURE. FOOD-ICE CREAM
'Hemfiil and DeUciout"
ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT OF
NEW STYLES IN
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BILENE'S GREAT BARGAIN CENTER "
Come in and See Them and
Try Them On
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Try Our Speed Service
Dial 7456 TARTT Be SONS 1333-41 Ambler
We Appreciate. Your Business
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210 Cypress Street Phone 7543
IN WEST TEXAS IT IS THE
COWBOY BAND AND
Banner Ice Cream
You Will Find Both in Every Drug Store
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
i 101 Pine St. Capital and Surplus $350000.00 Phone 4301
WE SUPPLY YOU WITH TEXT- BOOKS;
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FELT GOODS SIMMONS RINGS AND PENS
aa&toNtttfJL. Kj-.Jfo.T.T; .wstr..
(Present Ass't. Bus. Mgr.)
Business Manager of
"A Deserving Man with -I
Three Terms Exper-
AN ARGOSY OF
1931 comet in to port laden with
tokens of fairer times prosperity
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