The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 34, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 17, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JUNE 17 1933
ENROLLMENT PASSES ESTIMATE
(These lines are being writ-j
ten this week on the "bonny
banks' of dear old Brady t
creek where men are men and
women eat onions
home town seems
The old I
struggled along without US
for the past year and the local
lasses are just as fair as ever.'
Well the first week is over ami'
ceryonc seems to he none the
worse for wear. These secnj
o'clock elasses however bring
hack memories of days down on
the farm when the hoys and girls
had to cct tit) at five bells to do
the outside "chores." Prof. Ar-
nutte can reallv tell vou of the
"sentimental" values of zoo.
Rumors galore are floating cities ot lexas although this is
over the old campus to the ef- their first appearance in Abilene.
feet that Coody and Fergu- Their early morning broadcasts
son and Halbcrt and McGow-. from 7:15 to 8:00 each day have
an have joined the ranks of! hae gained for them a large fol-
the "we can live ion love" j lowing with their personal ap-
group. Reports received have pearanccs adding much to this
not been confirmed but the
steely glint in the involved
parties eyes would seem to in-
dicate that the inevitable has
This space is reserved for the
regular Mayberry Stringer Cope-I
land feature but the censors beat
the printer to the story so it is1
being omitted by popular demand
this week and we hope for all
time to come.
Watch out for the big all-
University social which will
probably be held soon. You
won't want to miss the splen-
did refreshments of punch!
glasses punch water andj
punch. No fcolln a grand
time will be held by all who;
attend the summer affair.
This week's booby prize goes to
the school-teacher student who
paid cash for his tuition and then
fins out that lit could have paid'
in vouchers. By the way he only'
had about $300 worth of the lit-!
tie "We'll pay you sometime
Alii then we must bring up
the case of Tom Province who
has developed a natural hor-
ror and dislike for Mineral
Wells and its hosteleries. "It's
lousy." siiys Tom "although
gasoline is rather cheap in
the water city." The yell
leader is somewhat backward
in discussing the true causes
of the lack of regard he holds
fior the home of the "M.ghty
Coach Beard is having a hard
time corraliug the young baud
boys who ure here for Prof. Wi-
ley's school. Among his other
duties he is having to find some
"striped ink" for the young mu-
sicians. Ferguson hall echoes
with the sounds of flat notes and
winding scales since the future
Pryors and Sousas have moved in.
Notes plucked from hither
Another Stokes of the
"Winters' Stokes suh" has en-
rolled for the heat session.
Is there no end to the beauti-
ful gals in this family?
Notice our big-hearted bud-
uy rum uiiia leiunieu lioin u
trip to Houston and points
South. Natilie sits for hours
in front of the postoffice
waiting tor that word
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Early Birds Slated
For Concert July 18
Lowry Bumblebees Koch I
Appear With Noted
The Early Birds noted radio l
slurs of the Southwest fronx
WFAA at Dallas are to appear
in concert at the Simmons audi
torium on the evening of July 18.
i ne entertainers arc u c 1 n g
brought here by G. B. Sandefer
in conjunction with the West lex
as Druggist association which will
be in session hcie at that time.
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several specialty entertainers arc
to appear. Among these arc
Fred Lowry whistler who is
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ruiuwii in me ruuiu uuuicncc as
the "Texas Redbird;" the Bum-
blebees male tri; and Russell
Koch xylophone and vibra harp
The Early Birds have -appeared !
in practically all of the principle J
In all probability Karl Lam
hertz eminent orchestra leader'
will conduct the Abilene pro-
gram. McCauIIey Exes To
Reunion June 25 26
Program.. To.. Be.. Given
By Former Students
Or Simmons I
A reunion of Simmons exes'
who live or formerly lived in
McCauIIey will be celebrated in
a two day program to be held
at the Baptist church in McCaul-
ley June 2.1 to 25 according to
Rev. John P. Hardest)' present
pastor of the church.
Prof. W. A. Stephenson Sim
mons government head and for
mer McCauIIey resident is gener
al director nf the renninn. It i
quite an oddity that. every person1
appearing on the program during
the two days is
a former Sim-
The program for
Friday evening June 23 8:30
Song service Rowland Stephen-
Solo Jessie Maude Yates.
Sermon Rev. I. J. Duff.
Saturday morning June 24
Song service D. L. Smith. De-
votional C. E. Johnson; Piano
solo Mary Ellen Jackson. Ad-
dress Rev. I. N. Alvis. Special
music. Sermon Rev. A. C. Tur-
ner. Saturday afternoon June 24
Song service Roy Hcnnington.
Devotional Wesley Aikens. Ad
dress Rev. W. D. Green. Speci
al music Mcsdames
ueard ana nector. Address Kcv. utticers elected lor the sum-
Price. Song. Memories of By-'mer were: Harold Haley presi-
Gone Days by all former resi-' dent ; Fay Martin vice president;
dents Lotta Ingram secretary-treasurer;
Saturday morning 8:30 o'clock. ' Ethel Kemp reporter; and Ruth
Song service Mrs. Turned . Frank Sneath ntace manager.
Beard. Quartet Bill Barton. Mel-1
vin George Lila Lee Jewell Gib-
Devotional Leonard Barnes.
Sermon Rev. A. E. Bradbury.
Sunday V:6Q a. m. June 25.
NSu.. 2y s.cho'' Song service
- Virgil Stephenson. 10:00 a. m.
To Appear Simmons Auditorium July 18
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B.S.U. Council Meets
For Initial Session1
Discussion of Plans And
The first meeting of the sum
mer sujsion ot the u.a.u. was
Tluirsda) evening at 7:30 in
.ssor Bond's room of the
Science hall. Kenneth McKinnon
ZCS.S P g
Following a brief song service
and prayer the business session j
"us held in which a nominating
committee was appointed to pro1
vide the club with officers. Plains
"ere also discussed in connection
with the giving of a missionary
play (luring the (Intercut terms.
A program given by four mem-
bers of the B.S.U. followed the
business session. Howard King
led the devotional. A solo wa
sung by Miss Maxine Higgs and
a duet hv Miss Dorothv Douehtv
and Pauline Melton.
Miss A. M. Carpenter who is
faculty auviser tor the organiza
tion outlined plans for extensive
work to be done here and in va-
rious communities this Isumnier. '
ror bummer Session
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Haley Martin and Ingram
JNamed As Otticers
Election of summer officer
was the most important featuie of
the first meeting of the University
Players which met Wednesday
evening in Mrs. Harwell's studio.
Mrs. Etta Fleming Harwell
head of the Speech department
will act as director of the sum
Plans for presenting several
one-oct plays during the summer
were discussed and those interest-
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Get Your Brand Here
Brands will be distributed to
students each Saturday morning
at ten o'clock and may be obtain-
ed at the following places: Sim
nions book store library Mary
r ranees Hall and Atkinson Drug
store. If the supply is out at
these places copies will be found
in the Brand office on the first
bloor of the Science building.
AC roc VPP mn aTITni?a.
HAb 1U S1UUbS
DR. J. D. SAtfDfiFER
In behalf of the trustees and
faculty of Simmons university I
SfS'X IS? 2E
whether you have been our stu-
dent at other times or whether
this is your first attendance here.
i uiii tuny uuuuizaiu ui uic iuci
lhal aU probability each of you
1 am fully cognizant of the fact
is here at a sacrifice and I am
expressing the hope that you may
not be disappointed in any re-
snect in vour work in this institu -
teion 'to the end that you accom -
plish that purpose for which you
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are here. It is our sincere aim to Prof. W. C. Ribble professor
develop our students in three di of economics at Simmons univer-
rections; namely physically sity has been invited bv the com-
spiritually and intellectually
feeling as we-do that only those throughout the southwest on the
so developed will know success in subjects of International Iudebt-
the fullest sense of the word. edness" "Trade Barriers" and
Theie has never been a time in the "Gold Standard."
the history of the world when
men and women fully trained in
he principles of Christian educa -
ion were more in demand than
oday. Simmons men and women
tion were more in demand than
today bimmons men and women
have a place peculiarly their'
own and I challenge you to find
your place and to carry on as on-
Jitnell Hensley Ponder
Holliday Chosen As
Summer journalists met Wed'
nf.ta'. 0 form n organization
which is to take the place of the
' rfriilnt Prco rtliiK rtf
regular rrcss call) oi the long
I ments except " that its members
term ntwl umph line nn lAfmiM.
shall participate in the production'
of the Brand.
Brand editor Fiank Junell was
elected president of the organiza-
tion; Jack Hensley' manairina ed-
' -.- 1 . r A .
I nor vice president; jracc uuroi
i Ponder associate editor secie
l tary; and James Holliday circu
lation manager treasurer.
The president appointed Jud
Williams T. B. Wilson and Pon-
j der as a committee to select and
present a name lor the organiza
tion at its next meeting
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i unit uiiuci were appointed 10
serve on the vice president's so-'
! ciol committee.
Semi-monthly meetings will be
held and a variety of programs I
are being planned. j
Prof. Nelson Hutto head ol the!
journalism department was rhos-
en sponsor of the group. I
Ribble Invited To
Speak On Topics of
Local Professor to Lecture
- t j d
' n Trade Barriers"
' "Gold Standard'
mittee of Twenty-Nine .to speak
Local authorities consider Prof
nibble's selection as a recognition
l of the fine work that he is doing
along these lines in Simmons and1
that his opinions are desired
along these lines in Simmons and'
that his opinions are desired
by others. lie economics nro
i fessor has not fully decided
whether he will accept the invita-
To EnroU As 1932
Total Is Reached
Band. Coaching School
Prove Popular With
Although a complete check-up
cannot be made yet as there arc
still some students registering it
was learned yesterday that the en-
rollment for the summer session
has already reached that of last
summer and from all indications
there will be quite an increase.
Summer school this year boasts
the best faculty that it has had
in many years as heads of each
department remained to teach.
Both work in the literary and
school of fine arts may be obtain-
ed. There are eighty-three courses
offered in the literary field be-
sides those given in the school of
fine arts and the summer band
The band school this year is one
of the finest in the Southwest and
has a faculty consisting of men
who are well known for their mu-
sic ability. This school under
the direction of Prof. D. O. Wiley
has an enrollment of well over
forty handmen. Mr. Wiley is
planning to have them play sev-
1 eral concerts during the summer
for the approval of the student
as was the case last summer
Coach Cranfill will again conduct
his coaching classes for the
younger boys who are interested
in the major sports. He will
teach them the fundamentals of
basketball football and track as
well as give them instructions in
Dean D. M. Wiggins summer
director announced that he is
u'L'l' llt'ast-'' with the enrollment
""" '"".. way in wmc i
summer school is getting started.
To Be Held Monday
Mary Frances hall will don her
holiday attire Monda) evening to
greet Simmon' summer students.
Following a get-together period
when students and faculty will in-
tt-rminirlt- mill litrrmu ncmi'iinlprl
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" program i to be presented.
I 'ie program under the direc-
ot Mlss Mary t- H-'ad Prof
Kibble and Mrs. Etta Fleming
Harwell will curry a pleasing va-
""ft. of nMm'en"
Afer piogram and the
Irving of punch the customary
promenade will follow.
Every student and faculty mem-
ber is urged to be present at die
first all-university social gather-
ing of the summer.
Staff Is Elected
For Summer Brand
At a special meeting of jour-
nalism students Monday staff
members for the summer Brand
weiH selected. Bcbides the editor
and business manager the follow
iug fStudcnls weie chosen to as
Mst in putting out the weekly pub-
lication: Grace Carol Ponder as-
sociate editor; Jack Hensley
managing editor; Dub Wofford
news editor; T. B. Wilson sports
editor; Jud Williams feature ed-
ltor; Lloyd Parmelly advertising
manager; and James Holliday
Any student interested in tak
Any student interested in tak-
- .iiio imrt in tli nrnml npiivlti
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. may do Iso by applying for a po
iltion at the editorial office or
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