The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 5, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SIMMONS BRAND
Prizes for Essay
Ablleno theater-goers will have an
opportunity next week to decldo which
of the famous Barrymores is tho bet
It will bo In tho form ofan essay
contest open to tho public."" Manager
Bay Beall of tho Paramount has an-
nounced that 20 theater tickets as
prizes will be given for tho three best
short essays answering tho question
"Which Is tho Greater Actor John or
Lionel Barrymoro and Why?" The
letters will bo judged on contest
structuro and neatness. Ten admis-
sion tickets . good at any time will
go to first placo winner; six to tho
second and four to tho third.
Thceo rules aro to bo followed: All
essays must bo confined to 100 words
in length; all lottcrs to bo addressed
to tho Paramount Theater Abilene
Texas must bo in tho mall by mid-
night Sunday March 0. Winners
will bo announced in next Tuesday's
issuo of tho Dally Reporter.
John Barrymoro appears as tho clov-
er gentleman crook and Lionel as
tho Paris detective in tho mystery
drama "Arscno Lupin"
CORRAL IS TO GIVE
PRIZE TO STUDENTS
(Continued from Pago 1)
izlng tho dependanco of tho maga-
zine upon tho support of tho adver
tisers of tho city tho Corral staff is
attempting to increase the worth-
whiteness of Corral advertising to
both tho students and tho advertisers
'alike. Accordingly wo aro inaugur
ating an advertising contest which
will bo to tho interest of every stud-
ent to enter and will greatly benefit
Tho nature and rules of tho contest
aro as follows: Each advertisement
carried in tho Corral will contain in
addition to tho advertising material
of tho busness a letter taken from the
full namo or tltlo of a prominent
Simmons faculty member or execu-
tive. Tho letters must bo accumumu-
from all tho ads and arranged eo thoy
will spell tho person's namo.
In addition to arranging tho letters
In tho proper order the student must
indicate on tho samo sheet the adver-
tisement from which ho got each let-
ter and writo opposito tho firm namo
one lino from that advertisement.
The winners aro to be judged on ac-
curacy and neatness. All Simmons
students aro eligible to compete with
tho exception of regular members of
tho Corral staff.
Wrong Philosohpy Is
Blamed by Dr. Elliott
Special to the Brand
FORT WORTH Feb. 27-Tho ov
er-Individualism inspired by "Alger
book philosophy" is blamed fofmuch
of the depression by Dr. Edwin A.
Ellliott head of tho department of
economics at Texas Christian Univer-
"Wo learn at our mother's kneo
that every little boy has a chanco to
bo president when ho grows up. And
wo aro taught that any workman may
becomo president of his concern. 'Look
at Carnegie!' And all of us have
been hunting blithely for big prizes
instead of seeking economic security.
"Economic security for all classes
must bo assured if futuro depressions
aro to bo proventcd. Depression is
caused by shutting off markets1 mak-
ing an economic rather than a real
over-production. Employers c o uld
help end tho depression by raising
wages instead of cutting them
"Therp aro so many factors con-
tributing to tho world-wldo depres
sion that no one thing can afford sal
vation. Wo could hopo for a real up-
ward trend in six months time if a
few changes could bo obtained. Thcso
aro reduction of war debts downward
revision of tariffs reduction of arm-
moments reversal of wage cutting
and adjustment of international relations."
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represent tho Cowgirls at the Annual
Kitten Club Carnival to be held at
A. C. C.
Parade Of Hits Star
With Noted Barrymores
Together In Melodrama
Tho Paramount Theatre next week
will usher In its first week of tho
"Tho Parade of Hits" that have been
booked for March. Firsb in tho pro-
cession Is John Barrymoro and Lionel
Barrymoro together for tho first tlmo
on tho screen In tho celebrated French
dctcctivo melodrama Arscno Lupin"
which will" bo shown on Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday.
"Arseffo Lupin" will give tho mo-
tion plcturo fans of Ablleno and the
vicinity an opportunity to decldo
which of tho Barrymore's is tho great-
est actor Lionel or John. Supporting
tho Barrymore brothers Is a superla-
tive cast of players that includes Ka-
ren Morlcy John Mlljan nnd Tully
Marshall. Both of tho famous broth
ers portray roles which glvo each an
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SIMMONS IS IIOBT
FOR VOICE CONTEST
(Continued from page one)
In each song shall be: Tone 10 per
cent ensemble 10 per cent interpreta-
tion 10 per cent enunciation 10 per
cent; and pitch 10 per cent making a
possible scoro of CO per cent.
This Is thtf 4th annual West Texas
High School Volco contest. In tho
beginning only solo contests wero
held and each year some other events
wero added under tho supervision of
tho National Bureau for tho advance-
ment of music.
OLSEN LISTS POINTS
JOHN BARKMORE and KAREN
(Continued from page 1)
school all manuscripts whero moro
than ono is submitted jipon tho same
subject will be judged by local men
and tho best ono sent to tho conven-
tion. The contests and prizes to 'bo
awarded aro. as follows:
Serious short story flvo dollars.
Humorous short story flvo dollars.
College annua a trophy.
Collcgo newspaper a trophy.
Formal essay ten dollars.
Familiar essay fivo dollars.
News article fivo dollars.
Sports story fivo dollars.
Editorial fivo dollars.
Feature story fivo dollars.
Poem five dollars.
One-act play fivo dollars.
Literary magazine ten dollars
JUNIORS FETE SENIORS
WITH ANNUAL BANQUET
(Continued from page ono)
Horry Hayes and his Varsity Vaga
bonds with accordion and xylophono
soloists will furnish the musical en-
tertainment for tho evening.
Tho decoration committee has been
working all day and other committees
have announced that the program tho
menu and other phases of tho enter-
tainment have been completed.
"It is feared that Russia may bo-
como involved in the Manchurlan
troubles. If the Reds get mixed up
with the Yellows it will mako things
look blacker for the Whites." Wash-
Visit Our 32nd Anniversary Cele-
bration Now spring 'suits at $21.50
Tans Silver Gray Platinum Gray
University Gray Mintcr Dry Goods
An orator is a man who makes long
Simmons Supply Store
"Red and White Stores"
Dial 5229 1365 Ambler Ave
SIMMONS SHOE SHOP
Service and Workmanship that Will Please. You
Oox Typewriter Exchange
Try a Royal Machine and
Special Prices to Students
On Rentals and Repair Services
1 TELEPHONE 8711
ABILENE LAUNDRY CO.
"LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS
OF THE DEPENDABLE KIND"
GRADE "A" MILK
Cream Butter Buttermilk
Creamed Cottage Cheese
PURE FOOD ICE CREAM
"Hedthftil and Ddictout"
A hlg choice of new Uayon Silk
Undergarments gowns (eds step-
ins in Mlntcr's Basement Store 32nd
Anniversary Celebration at 39c each.
"Well it certainly looks as If tho
only differences between 1080 nnd
1031 is that tho former happened to
como first." Loulsvillo Times.
WHITE IS THE SEASON'S FAVORITE
TENNIS is tho Season's Favorito Sport I
WHITE Togs for TENNIS Arc a Necessity!
WImIg Duck Trousers $1.95
While Sweat Shirts $1.00
White Sweat Coats $1.50
White Tennis Oxfords ! $2.95
It Pays to Playl
DUB WOOTEN CO.
Athletic and Sporting 6oods
1075 North Second Street
(Continued from pago one)
in both activities toward tho letter.
It is possiblo however to obtain both
tho emblems provided a sufficient
number of points linvo been acquired
in each division.
The points which may bo counted
toward tho letter nro:
Editor of tho Brand 20.
Business Manager of tho Brand
Editor of tho Bronco 10.
Business Manager of tho Bronco
Editor of tho Corrafc-10.
Business Manager of tho Corral 5.
Managing Editor of tho Brand 10.
Member Brand Staff 9.
Member Press Club 3.
Member Bronco Staff 8.
Winner Atwell Medal 5.
Representative to T.I.P.A. 5.
Secretary Student Association 5.
Secretary O. D. i.
i Secretary O. D. Association I.
Secretary Players 3.
Secretary B. S. U. 3.
Secretary Volunteer Band 3.
Secretary any Intercollegiate Or
Secretary Freshman Class 2.
Secretary Sophomoro Class 2.
Secretary Junior Class 41
Secretary Senior Class 5.
Business Manager Players 3.
President Student Association 10.
Vice-president Student Association
Intorcollegiato Deboteir IB.
Inter-Class Debater 0.
Representative to T. S. O. A. 10.
Winner of Brooks. Medal 5.
Participation in major part in one-
act play given in intorcollegiato com-
Participation in any part in three-
net play B.
'President O. nnd D. Council 8. '
President of p. and D. Association
President B. S. U. 0.
President Ministerial Council 0.
President any intercolleglato organp
Only ono pen will bo given to the.
student; ho is not qualified to wear
seen as a celebrated thief of Ji carts
nnd Jowela nnd the latter as tho re-
lentless dctectlvo who is trailing him.
"Arseno Lupin" unquestionably will
bo u rare treat not only for Barry-
more fans but for thoso who also en-
joy dramatic ability at its best
On Thursday and Friday ."The
Reckless Age" a plcturo dealing with
lifo ns lived today and featuring an
all star cast including Buddy Rogers
Charles Ruggles Peggy Shannon
Frances Deo and Richard Bennett
will bo tho attraction. "Tho Reckless
Ago" is a picture that will interest
parents and children alike. It is said
that "Tho Reckless Ago" is an excel-
lent cross section of lifo in our best
families of today.
Thrill seekers will bo more than
rewarded Saturday when Richard Dlx
will bo seen in his latest plcturo "The
Lost Squadron" a story of tho stunt
nvlators who help mako all air pic-
tures tho thrilling entertainment that
they aro. From advance reports "Tho
Lost Squadron" Is said to bo even
moro thrilling than tho famous "Hell
Divers" which played at tho Para-
mount recently. Supporting Dix is
a cast of players who can easily be
called stars in their own right nnd it
includes Mnry Astor Erie Von Stro-
heim Joel McRae and Robert Armstrong.
Paramount and Fox Sound News
and selected comedies and novelties
as usual will round out each program.
For the Best Shine in Town Go to
Simmons Barber Shop
Lcc R. York Jno. L. Camp
YORK 8C CAMP
Attorneys at Law
- City Hall
Modern Beauty Shop
Finger Waves 50c
Phone 5135 for Appointments
1174 North 3rd
Can You Spell Your Name With the
WJIERE U NICE EEL
If So We Will Give You $1.00 Worth Cleaning nnd
"BIIANNEN THE TAILOR"
Phone 6786 1317 Ambler Ave.
Students! Cover Your Debts With An
Term Insurance Gives the Maximum Protection for tho
Minimum Cost. A $1000 Policy for"$8.00
KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE CO.
CALVIN T. WHATLEY Agent
Operated by J. P. Nichols & Sons
For A Real Good Shine
SIMMONS SHOE SHOP
Pooling: a practice indulged in by
young men about town.
C. M. PRESLEY
209 Pino Street
Fine Stationery is always appre-
ciated and it is a gift that can be
offered as freely as candy or flow-
ers. Our stationery is the kind
used by people who know It is
dainty in every detail. It is cor-
rect in every particular.
We Do Good Printing
Store 1091 North Second '
Factory 241 Hickory
Service Since 1891
COMPERE 8C COMPERE
Real Estate Sales Rentals Busi-
ness Leases Loans General
300-1-2 Citz. National Bank Bldg..
At Greatly Reduced
1350 Butternut St.
1142 1-2 N. 2nd St.
For New and Used Typewriters Rentals
Supplies or Repairs Call
R. E. KUYKENDALL
SIMMONS SERVICE STATION
Now Under Management of
C. F. (Potts) Anderson
Conoco Gasoline Conoco Germ Process Oils
Quaker State Oils Tire Repairs
Invite Us to Your Flat Phone 20004
C. L. JOHNSON Prop.
In the Center of North Side Where Abilene Dines
and Travelers are Welcome
1080 N. 2nd St. Abilene Texas
L. G. BALFOUR
Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers '
Official Jewelers for Class of '32 "
Serving the Leading Schools and Colleges
of the Nation
Duke Bassinger Abilene Representative
Formerly 75c and 90c
Tablets Now 50c and 60c
"The Students' Friend"
"The West Texas House"
The Pender Company
Complete Line of Office Supplies
Phone 7225 Abilene Texas
MILK FOR HEALTH
of a detective to find tho
spots and even then we don't
think he would be success-
ful after wo havo cleaned
your garments. Wo prido
ourselves on our thorough-
ness in banishing dirty food
spots and returning your
clothes spic and span neatly
pressed and making you feel
that your old garments are
as good as new.
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