The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 26, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 18, 1942 Page: 2 of 4
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THE H-SU BRAND
April 18 1942
Mhm Landers .
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W cmM easily write books and books on the Mwlc" young lady (to real estate
subject of our friend and all around good fellow f gcnt who was tryn to 8el1 hcr ft
Prof. Eataett Landers. But at tho moment wo hous): A homo? Why do I need a
will humble ourselves and say that ho can never bo h?mc7 l wns t n a hospital
replaced intho hearts of tho entire student body. cducatcd ln a college courted in an
For 16 years Prof has been known to tho student nutomob"e and married in a church
body as tho students' best friend. Uvo out tho delicatessen and paper
r . . . bags; I spend my mornings on tho
Mr. Landers had been secretary of tho West goif coursc my nftcrnoons nt tt
Texas Historical Association for tlio past 24 years bridge table and my evenings at tho
filling his post faithfully. Also Prof served as theater. When I die I am going to
an officer in the First World War. Wo could go bo buried from tho undertakers. AH
on and mention many things that wo remember i nccd 3 B garage.
auuut irroi. unu mo mnny tilings tnat nc nas con
tributcd to tho success of II-SU and to the stu
dents. lie has been a good example for the stiv
Old Mother Hubbard went to the (1)
To get hcr (2) dog a bone.
But when she got there
With these last few parting words we say "Prof
will always be remembered as an outstanding Tho (1) was (3).
friend and professor of our college days." E.N.W. And so the (2) dog had (3).
(1) Exact locations cannot bo men
(2) No words breaking morale can
(3) No mention of food shortage.
The Role of Journalism in Today's War
Journalism plays a mnjor role in tho war of to-
day. Keeping the people of America informed of
tho progress of the war helps to build the morale Wee Willie wlnkiC( (1) nbout t
of the people and helps to givo a true picture of Upstairs downstairs in his (2).
what is happening on the far flung fronts. Con- Looking (3) tho windows
sidered as a part of modern journalism are tho pceping nt the (4)
newspapers picture magazines moving pictures Are the babes in their beds 'causo
and theaters. its pa8t (5) 0clock
The newspapers help to bring a very detailed (1) In case of raids keep cool head
story of the various battles and important diplo- walk don't run.
matic events as they happen. They publish stories (2) No labeling of blackout uni-
from first hand information gathered by their war forms.
correspondents on the front. The newspapers have (3) All windows must be boarded
n very great circulation. They reach nearly every in air raids.
person in tho United States. Associated with news- W All doors should be unlocked for
papers is the radio. All of tho news coming over refuge from bombings
the radio is an outgrowth of the newspaper. It (5) Curfew at 9 o'clock
is sometimes quicker than the paper.
Most people can get more out of a picture than If a Jitterbug runs up hill will hcr
by reading about an incident. 'Therefore tho pic- Pwder Puff
ture magazine and moving pictures play a very im-
portant part in the eyes of the public. They arc And then there's the fancy-pants
Meet Our Faculty
By MAC KING
Well liked friendly broad-minded
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be facts because pictures cannot give an untrue oil instead of a hair-cut
story of an event. The moving pictures sometimes
are dramatized to make more enjoyable and effec-
tive the meaning of a story. Where would the
people be without these tools of journalism. Q.N.
Hitler's Thoughts in the Spring
The doctor rushed for his study.
"Get my bag at once."
"Why dad what's tho matter?" tory.
nsKeu nis daughter.
"Somo fellow just phoned and said
he couldn't live without mo."
"Oh I think that call was for me."
farm in Mississippi. His grandfather
settled the land where ho was born
when the Indians left Mississippi to
go to Oklahoma to the Indian terri-
Dr. Moore started his education In
the country schools of Mississippi.
George Robinson Christian College in
Tennessee was the first college ho
attended. He transferred to tho Unl-
versity of Mississippi where he was
TPnchof. Wnminrv mint I nninn sH a tvtnrl 4 1 a Mlntia ...1.11 L. ...
Adolph Hitler has that burning hatred and catchln(r cold. ..j had mtlo brothcr a junior
seven years old and ono day he took After receiving his B. A. degree
He from tho University of Mississippi
Ah ! Yes I Spring is .here sweet fragments fill
the air. And young hearts turn to thoughts of
love. But not ono man's heart quite the con
that selfish longing to conquer and rule the world
This is the picture of spring in 1942. No time his new sled out in the snow.
has been wasted. The demon has struck with hun- caught pneumonia and three days he taught school and was pastor of.
dreds of divisions charging Russian territory. For later he died." several country churches in Missis-
the last few months Russia has seemingly gained Silence for 10 minutes. sippi. During this period he met
back once conquered lands and while the Soviets Voice 'from rear: "Where's tho Miss Lee Belle Simmons a speech
gain the Nazis have gained in equipment and in sled?" ' teacher who later became Mrs. Moore.
physical training. After working up to the superinten-
It is harder to strike a-second time in the samo Professor Twcito Will you men in dency of two schools in Mississippi
paths but if there is power and strength success tho back of the room Plcasc stoP cx- M n "nd Mrs- Mor(5 wcnt to tho
is possible and Hitler is too smart a criminal to changing notes? Southwestern Seminary In Fort
begin an all-out offensive without this power. Ger- Student-They aren't notes sir; worth where he received his Master
many has excelled in their chain command and thQn carda- We're playing bridge of Theology degree.
Htreamlinpri nrmv I x-nucssor iwciw un l oeg your " siuuuutiuu mr. muure
This is tho real test for Russia. Can they resist
IhA vannwAH ntrnrtlo nnrl ir(tt thatM nnnnlnf rrtanf
a second destructive drive? take colored sleeping
Aid from America has slackened and we must dream in technicolor.
in order to plan our offensive drives keep our
DR. N. A. MOORE
necessary materials. If Russia has been preparing
for the spring drive then she is ready. And that
is probably why Russia has not joined the offen-
sive against Japan. J.L.T.
Chaperon fancy name for a boun-
cer. Address wearing apparel of a
Sap blooming idiot.
Sprain a streamlet.
Boy a girl satlsfier.
Rolling pin-a woman's weapon of retun to the Unitcd gttaes;
.... Ho was then elected head of
One of the most important phases or policies of
school life is the taking part in school activities
and making oneself a part of the school. A person yg gjve to alj rls
eaonoi xuiiy enjoy ins coucge me unless ne lanes Matrimony an easy knot to tie but '"i . ir imv-
part in these activities. His support is also essen- a difficult ono to untie. served for two years he received
uai 10 uie sponsoring or mem. Gum-pacifier for students in bor-
Students want more socials and other types of ing classes
entertainment but when the school and other stu- Clothes to shut in or enclose
dents put them on it is hard to find enough stu- Pitcher a painting.
dents to really have a successful program. Il is
not for the good of the school that these activities Boy: "Wijl you havo dinner with
are put on but for the entertainment of the student me tonight dear?".
body. There are many parties and athletic events Girl: "Certainly."
which would afford ample entertainment for Boy: "OK tell your mother I'll bo
everybody. If the students do not support the over early."
various events tho school will quit sponsoring them.
So come on let's keep up that old Cowboy spirit An owl planning to visit his love
and come around for some of these things when put on his best clothes but on com-
they aro put on. You can have loads of fun and
help out all at the same time. Come out and see
for yourself . G.N.
1VUuta of Aate
By ANITA WALKER
With versatility Bob Rogers.
With looks Kenneth Whltescarver.
With the annual Bill Tippen.
With brains Betty Mcintosh.
With business John Burnett.
With football Murray Evans.
With "Sonny" Compere Merle
With feature stories Miriam
With radio Imageno Taylor.
With a scientific mind Malcolm
With personality Betty Rcid.
With beauty Polly Joyner.
With voice Clotile Abernathy.
Bible department at Jonesboro Col- witnnorsewomansmp Jerry White
lego in Jonesboro Ark. After hav- ana Nlta aao aoya-
ing served for two years he received "VVith cleverncs ald versatility
a wire askimr him to become head Jyce Ponder.
of tho Bible department at H-SU. He With good sportsmanship-T-Carlcno
has served loyally and faithfully in Parker.
this capacity since 1931. Dr. Moore
18 ?r0wfo.tIe bCSt liked Profcssors barely old enough to walk fishing has
on tho H-SU campus. becn Dri Mooro8 fttVoritc hobby and
Ever since Dr. Moore's grandfather pastime. His other forms of rccrea-
taught him to fish when ho was (Continued on page 4)
volunteered for service as a chaplain
in tho army. He left Mrs. Moore
and two babies in Fort Worth and
went to Franco with tho 39th Divi-
sion. He was in France at tho time
the Armistico was signed. While
waiting on transportation back to tho
United States Dr. Moore attended the
famoiis University of Montpellcr at
Montpellcr France. This university
was founded in 1192 300 years be-
fore America was discovered. Dr.
Moore attended this old historical uni-
versity until Juno of 1919 when he
Boys In The Service
incr out of his hole mtw thnfc it wna Editor's Note: This week's issue of but never thoucht would rnmn trim.
raining hard. Sadly ho exclaimed the "rand inaugurates a new column It is really a swell place to work. If
Bcbe: Pardon me is this the City
Mrs. Lynch: No. this is the Public
Probably the most heroic and daring group of Speaking Department.
fighting pilots of the present war is the American Bebe: Well I didn't miss it by
Volunteer Group known as the Plying Tigers They much did I ?
are a trrouD of well trained nilots from tho Armv
tad Navy of the United States. The group was 0id Lady Oh vou bad little hovl I did' l would bctroy thc trU8t that most lntcrcstine Miff I hnvo over
fanned by an American airplane manufacturing Throw awa ' that cimrette plaCcd in mo by my govern- como In contact with. I remember a
ompany. The pilots were men who volunteered rnnio Twin. t ? . "" "" vru"uuy BaY "ougn lengtny discussion wo had in class one
froai the Ameriean services. The group is lead by
Claire Li. Uhennault. a former acrobat and cir-
rflfer'in the United States.
uoys in service wnicn will give a
synopsis of Information about former
students who are now in the U. S.
You havo probably heard that I
am a teletype operator in San Fran-
cisco. I wish I could tell you more
about my duties in tho army but if
I can stay here six months without
getting transferred I will bo able to
get my registered technician's rating.
That course in Clinical Methods has
really helped. If it wasn't for that
I would be out sleeping In tho mud
a buck private in tho army. At tho
present time I am working in tho
blood bank department. It is tho
' ffctrpilota arrived in China last fall as tourists
Md.arnate. This was done because at that time
w wmn not' at war with Japan. There were about
HO mm in number. Chennault got about 100 Cur-
tia P-40'a of the 1940 models ordered by Sweden
femt Mm delivered. What these craft lacked in named Evelyn Jones. May I see her?
fi pWr and nuuMaverability was more than I'm her grandfather.
WfWbrtM dans of the PUOts and the "Sorry." said Mrs. Bovd. "she's lust
f At (iadA erawa. The pilots were paid gone to your funeral."
mmr fWW Jr raonta and nsuu for every
Mjiimo troyjo: may are you m funf T . .- . iL .... .
the habit of speaking to strange men .Z nT bZd 'w TX K
ing the army. of blood every morning and that aft-
ln closing may
on the street?
1 ask to bo re- nrnnnn urn nnnl tf. nnA tmnafm. in
Model: "I'll pose for your cigarette membered to thc facultv and atud.nt RmBiir wm.. . ... t h
ad for WOjOOO." - body and may I say that 111 always the plasma wo don't have to worry
Agent: I JI see you inhale first." cherish memories and keep a warm about the agglutinins or types. After
r snot In mv heart -far that crttnf In. fleowtnc vf 1a mIsiimb mA AnUA
There's an office girl working here stitutlon its morals and ideals. the remainder and draw off tvninK
PETE SIMON serum. I am sending you one of the
410 Signal Co. pamphlets on procedure and appara-
4th Bomer Command tus; you might bo able to find a use
San Francisco Calif for it in class or something.
Nomlnco for Cutest Couplo of
Week Riley Brooks and Halouisc
What's tho difference between
Johnson and Swctman? Ans. Burroughs.
Wanted a Rhett Butler. Nell Vcrna
"Nothing for us will ever replace:
Tho Second Quartet singing their
street gaming song. . . Tho B.S.U.
The spirit of thc class of
. Mr. Kibble's kidding. . . .
Smith's physical education
. . Library flirtations.
We have a great curiosity to sec:
Miss Bojd idle. . . . Red Cleveland
angry. . . . The movie version of The
Morning Is Near Us.
By Brennia Sogers
I gaze and sco
Tho brilliants on a blue pond mado by tho sun
The pond itself mndo by the faithful windmills;
A lonely-looking raiiroqd track ; '
A house and 'round it clustered shaggy trees
A houso that's miles away yet seems so near.
No crowded hills aro hero to block tho sight
Of plains and mesas scattered with mesquite and.
A lono hors6 hero and there
Or else a cow white-faced and lean
Crops patiently tho short and sun-touched grass.
And when tho dusk has fallen
The clever coyote comes from out his den
And sings his song
A' nightly serenade
To his mato or to thc western moon.
At this thc long-cared rabbit halts
Then ducks into his hole again
Emerging cautiously whene'er tho song has ceased.
"While I beneath my blankets Indian made
Return again to "Wcstcrn-sccntcd sleep.
Mary Louise Crosby and Imagcnc
Taylor frequently visit the skating
rink. Is It the skntlng they liko or
It seems that Pnrrnmore Sellers is
really becoming interested in Grace
By Anita Walker
Her ring sheds n pearl-white glow
Radiant and warm like blood's flow.
Her face too is a pearl-whito mold.
"Who would guess that her soul is cold?
Is Rex Unlrd losing Interest In II-
SU girls or do tho high-school girls
just hnvo nn edge on them?
J. L. Florrow is "footloose and
fnncy free" since Marguerite Tread-
well is 'being seen with others now.
We salute Eugene Starkcy friend-
ly football player.
Some rock throwers at MFII win-
dows arc Compere and Hcdrick. The
girls involved Sumcrlin and Earnest.
L. V. Ratliff and Clotile Abernathy
seem to have a lot of fun to gcther
as do Carroll Graves and Jo Land.
By Anita Walker
Baby smiles and laughs and lullabies
Roaring planes and air-raid cries
My son will you escape!
Scarlet mittens knee-length suits
Khaki trousers and well-made boots i
My son will you escape?
Joyful fun and loitering on tho grass
Marching orders' tanks and poisonous gas
My son will you cscapo?
Do you hear the distant roar of tho cannon?
Do you see tho silver planes roar in tho sky?
God bless you and keep you my son.
Now that Robert Foley is back
there may bo another triangle Rus-
sell Murdock and Foley.
Bill Utley former vice-president of
tho freshman class was back on tho
campus this week looking as metro-
politan ns usual.
Is Mario Palofox's interest in tablo
tennis or his partners Jeanne Hay
and June Gregg?
Now that It's spring the H-SU
campus is naturally lovely but it has
some wonderful personalities who en-
hance and radiate it.
For example: Tho luxuriating beau-
ty of Lillian Cowan.
Tho wnrming friendliness of Vir-
Tho naive sweetness of Jo Ruth
The modest sportsmnnship of "Too-
Tho refreshing cutcness of Carlcnc
Tho twinkling of Elsie Murphrcc's
Wo think versatile Nell Vcrna Lc-
Mond and "Proxy" Walker of tho
"world famous" go good together.
By GORDON QUSTAPSON
Credit Lcta Rue Riddle small blond senior with
being thc year's most ardent fan of that harmony
which musicians make from those queer black
notes. Yep Lcta Rue is interested ill anything
pertaining to music. When sho was a junior in
Abilene High School a nest of song-birds sho
went to tho state music contest for soloists and
came back with a first place in her division. Sho
was a member o thc sextette and a cappella. A
former Beta Mu Kappa member she now vocalizes
with tho Golden Girls Quartette the University
Chorus and A Cappella. She's breathing easier
now after giving hcr senior voice recital Tuesday
Lcta Rue likes swimming and all sports except
horseback riding. Largo animals don't exactly
appeal to hcr cows give her the creeps and horses
just don't agree with her but she collects ele-
phants sinnll models of course and she has a
lierd of 192. She has a great show worked up'for
them when she finally gets two hundred. Leta
Rue likes dogs of all breeds and sizes red roses
and anything in blue. Sho could cat her weight
in shrimp cocktails or french fried potatoes and
loves tinkering with test tubes in chemistry lab.
Reading autobiographies takes up a lot of hcr
time and she sometimes writes short stories as a
Wouldn't it be nice1 If:
Merle Summerlin's personality was
as cute as her clothes?
Everybody talked as interestingly
ns Gwendolyn Smitz.
Jack Burton could give more of us
More boys were as courteous ns
Contentment is natural wealth; luxury artifi-
cial poverty. Socrates.
Most confusing situations:
Bob Haynes Tootle Bod Squid
Smith Bob Haynes Helen Cope Bob
Haynes. Bettyc White just Bob
The King of Hearts if ono were
picked would bo none other than
Harold Murdock. Something about
"Proxy" is magnetic and enduring.
Adversity borrows its sharpest sting from impa-
tience. Bishop Homo.
5 &. 1. Srattn
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during tho school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press
Club in tho interest of tho Student Body of Hardin-
Julf "' "i i n hi. l""iiBii i !! ii iisunMaganai
Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at
tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act
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In case they've been overlooked
People with admirable traits:
"Moose" McCoy Jancllo Bartos
Grady Sanders Walter Anderson Ed
For sweetness and cutcness (in
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Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1802 Univer-
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Telephones 7211 or 6761
Somo darn good freshmen who ex-
cel their superiors in somo ways:
"Red" Cleveland Anita Walker Eliz-
abeth Grubbs Claudia Webb Mar-
Jorie Bagwell Doman Roberts.
Murray Hudson and Ruth Agnes
Harrell Anson big-shots are really
taking the soldiers for a ride. Gals
that ain't patriotic.
MM mw down. Tftey havo collected Pat: "Who srave vou that black n p Avf
fcr froBiChw $150000 in boBases for 300 eye?" .Weli T flnaUy 8ituated In -
ft torn. Ho kaep up the good work Mike: "Gave it to mei Boy I had regular hospital laboratory. That is
l ' to fiht to get that" aomethin I had lwv lioiw tnr
U. S. Naval Hospital
Whoever said Senior hall was a
houso for old maids is crazy! Just
because campus boys haven't tho in-
itiative to ask them is no sign that
other eliglbles don't.
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Doris Mahoney Asst. Feature Editor"
Anita Walker News Editor
Aileen Riddlo Front Page Editor
Mt0C .KinJl Exchange Editor
Mary Wilson Jackson Fine Editors
Bob Rogers staff Artist
Elmo Osborno .
Gordon Gustafson A88t Sports Editors
News Staff: Mary Simpson Marshall Millsap
Johnnyo Tarver Erma Nee Wooton Margaret
Burns Berford O'Dell Homor Chapman Glenn
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