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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 March 1931

t? V V- C2> The Handout Published bv Students of- TEXAS? WOMANS COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1931. Ex-Student Pays Tribute to Stout President H. E. Stout spoke to the Woman's Forum, Wichita Falls, on "Patriotism," last week. Miss' Susie Downing, oass of 1925, infjoduced the speaker with a short talk which sums up President Stout's contribu- tions to T. W. C. and to Texas.. Miss* Downing'* speech is reprodu- ced b^.ow: "Ladies of the Forum: I assure you that I feel highly honored to "be called upon to introduce your speaker ' for this afternoon, and I have come, noi with any particular ability as a speaker, but with a feeling of just pride in my Alma Mater„and in our president. ' ° "When one of the ladies of the Fo- rum asked me to make this little speech, she said. 'We would like to have someone who knows^'him-' • I anl very glad to be able to say that, hav- ing been in Texas Woman's College for four years, I know, admire and' highly esteem our presiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 March 1931

Page Two. THE HAN 1) 0 L1 T Friday, March 27, 1931. THE, HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. 'Office, first i)\or of Administration Building. ' 'Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, • at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Texas Jjfitercollegiate Press Association. editorialTstaff " Lena M. Manning , .Editor Hollyce Marie Riddle Associate Agatha Gandy Assistant Maurine W.all Editorial Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatics Sue 'lUnikle Feature Laurella Mae Hall Typist Inez Turner Exchange Florence Fermier Literary ^ REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elma Ludlow, Bessfe Lee Walker, Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Gladys Key. •business"staFf~ Mary Hamilton ^...Manager Ir«ogene Cummings, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna Faulkner.— Assistants Helen McGuire ..Circulation Manager TO WHOM IT MAY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 March 1931

Friday, March 27, 1931. THE HANDOUT Page Three. SOCIETY KOBO BANQUET HELD -AT ANNA SI1 ELTON HALL The annual banquet of the Koro- sophian Literary Society was given in Anna Shelton Hall of the Woman's 'Club last evening. The program was arranged as an Easter Festival. On a stage decorated to represent Wonderland, a program based on "Alice-ill Wonderland" was presented. Empress Shelton took the part* of Alice; and Sue Runkle represented the Easter Bunny in the first scene. Mozelle Luiwly, accompanied by Shelia Allen, played a Violin solo, "In the Garden of the Lilies." The next episode was the "Dance of the Easter Bunnies," by Maxie Halli- " A day, Helen McGuire, Elizabeth Blair, Ladine Schiveley? and Lora Turner, accompanied-by Alice Claire Winslow. "The Frolio of the Eggs" was the next number. he\a Cornish, Flo Ella Garden, Mary Ferguson, Virginia "Gaines, Mamie Pearl Parnell, and Lu- cille Walker took part. Mary Helen Hardin, Mae Heatori, and Alice Claire Winslow presented "The Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 March 1931

Page Foup. THE HANDOUT Friday, .March 27, 1931. Gleanings This week I've tried to give this column entirely to College Spirit and some of the things that happen to College students. AS A FISH. Eating in the swellest place Watching every smiling face Wonderin' what you're gonna buy Pineapple salad or apple pie? What kind of salad' did' yoti eat? I hear the teacher now repeat, "There's not one of you that is deaf, Jit you eat banana it just means F." When we had eft ten .our hearts con- tent. And our pofckets were badly bent, Marched from the mezzanine in greyt style. Added then to the cashiers pile. We found a street-car on the corner„ The conductor now must be the mouther, lie must tell the colored where to sit, and they might "w uc i:I uM t wen I.IIC vuiu Yfhere 'are no signs 1 " forget. It •! / ll ll'll Each proprietor was not wise And well learn it pays to advertise, For evfcrj? fsign in the 'car was read, "lodent cleans every tooth in your head," "Boy Scoyt "Camp is an ideal pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 April 1931

•£> The Handout VOLUME XV. Published by Students of TEXAS WOMANS COLL FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY# APRILITTI&HT" G & NO. 17. Student Volunteers Faculty-Student REVIVAL SERVICES ON "JESUS Hold Retreat in Relations Discussed AND LIFE" TO CLOSE TONIGHT Fort Worth. The North Texas Union of Student Volunteers are meeting April 18th and 19th at Forest Park and Lake Worth for a student retreat. h ^ * ' The session will be opened Satur- day evening at 0 o'clock with a picnic fupp^p-^ia Forest Park. Following 'the picntc, tSe business will bp oplbn- . ed with Geoiyge Graham presiding, o The Student Volunteer Movement will be reviewed by Lewis. Copeland, our Student Volunteer Union, Mildred Hoffmeister, and Individual Campus Student Volunteers, George Graham. Kenneth Martin will have charge of the devotional 'service leading into a Quaker service. After adjournment of the Saturday session the Volun- teers will go to Lake Worth for fur- ther entertainment. Out of town guests will be^c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 April 1931

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, April 17, 1931. 3 A'\ The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the Regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. • Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. < Subscription Rate $1.00 per year a—-— . Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena M. Manning Editor Hollyce Marie Riddle. Associate Agatha Gandy . . Assistant Maurine Wall Editorial WBUer Avonel Myrkk .. .:.Dramatic's Sue Runkle . .Feature Laurella Mae Hall Typist Inez Turner Exchange Florence Fermier „r.....,.........,.Literary REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elma Ludlow, Bessie Lee Walker,' Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Gladys Keys, Sarah Lane Martin. BUSINESS STAFF 7 Mary Hamilton Manager Imogene (Jammings, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna Faulkner...... Assistants. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 April 1931

p K> y Friday, April 17, 1931. THE HANDOUT Page Three. Painted Doll Wedding Is "Lovely Spectacle "The Wedding of the Painted Doll" was held in Ann Waggoner Hall Wednesday evening and in Mul- key, Thursday. The bride, Miss Elsie . Brandt, was given in marriage by her mother, fars. Annie Mae Bucy, to the groom, Mr. Quinnetta Ground. The bride's train was carried by the jbmping jack, Mr. Agatha Gandy. The two brides-maids, Misses Lora Turner and Ladene Schively, were dressed in pastel shades of blue and pink carrying bouquets <>£ Inothos- eardium binele. Only immediate friends of thp family lyere present. Immediately after the ceremony they- departed on their honeymoon to the "Land of Hunger." FINDINGS RAH! RAH! SOPHOMORES! According to the sophomores ttiey ere— Snappy Enchanting Numerous ' Obliging Respectful w „ . ! Subtle l>! ■ : • • •• But according .. to the < freshmen- they are— Snobbish -. 'f Egotistical ' ■. t. Nutty Insufferable 0 ' • Overbearing „' , t Rough Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 April 1931

Page Four. THE HANDOUT FrMajr, AptH 17, lttM. y DR. COLEMAN HEADS COLLEGE- CHURCH WORSHIP (Continued from Pitgr 1.) "Jesus and Life," giving this verse, "I am come that you might have life'' as the theiije verse. President Stout had previously* suggested this same scripturg as a theme for tli£ revival. "Jesus and Human. Body." "Jesus ajid the Human Body" was the subject Tuesday morning. He pointed out that the body must be clean and free from sin in order to make it a fit temple for the Holy Spirit. Wednesday morning his subject was "Christ in the Human Mind." He brought «*it, that if we had a more Christ-like mind we Would have a strong, vigorous mind capable of solving the problems of the coming ages. He a<ftnonished the listeners saying, "Let us convert our minds into that which is in Christ Jesus." A Life's* Contentment. Wednesday evening "Contentment in Life" was the sermon theme. He cited the early church in Jerusalem as an example of true contentment. He said that *11 of A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 September 1931

va The Handout TEXAS Published by Students of W O M A N S CO L L EG VOLUME 16. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1931. Student Elections To " Be Held Saturday President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Other Posts Are on Slate. Election of student body* officers i will take place Saturday morning under the direction of the Junior Class. Petitions for nominations were called for by Maurine Wall, act- ing student body chairman, at chapel Wednesday. The new girls will not be allowed to vote on student officers becaus; they are not acquainted with the nominees. The offices to be filled are president, secretary, , treasurers- editor of TxWoco, editor of vsMandout, business manager of Handout, and Senior and Junior business managers of Txwoco. The classes were designated as to the seating arrangements. The Seniors are to sit in the middle section near the front with the Juniors sitting behind the Seniors. The faculty sits on left section and the Sophomores b(?hind the faculty. The Freshmen w«*re to be seat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 September 1931

ritct Tw*. THE HANDOUT Friday, September 25, 1931. THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office," first floor^ ®f Administration Building. Entered as second, elaq? mattrtr, Sept. 24, 1926, at the po6toffice at Fort Worth, Texaa^under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year OUR NEW I'REXIE Texas Woman's College has opened this year with "new spirit, stronger determination and more courage than has ever before been shown, Certainly determination and courage were needed to revive confidence, trust, and cooperation in the people of Fort Worth. The great importance of TWC to the city of Fort WtfrtkyWas strong- ly revealed last year whb . our col- lege was going through so great a crisis, and the people fully realized, for the first time, what it would mean to them to lose Texas Woman's Col- lege. Not only the people of Fort Worth? but "every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 September 1931

Friday, September 25, 1931. THE HANDOUT Pa(t Three Miss New Girf Weds Mr. Old Girl Saturday Evening Miss New Girl (Miss Lola Thomp- son of Bowie), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Y. W. C. A. of Texas Woman's College, and Mr. Old -Girl (Jeanette Dannie of Memphis) were united in the. happy bonds of friendship in the Aim Waggoner Fine Arts Auditorium Saturday evening. " Misa Hortense Fox, Fort Worth, ■ang, "O, Promise Me," as the pre- ■uptial song, accompanied by Miss • Helen Butler at the organ. Miss Butler also pfayed the wedding march , and accompanied Miss Ruth Dale Mallory Hvho playied/f a violin solo while the ceremony-was bejji/g said. <1 M4ss Catherine Smalley, Levelland, and Ella Mae Small were the first to enter. Miss Helene Price, Stan- ton, and Mary Hamilton followed. Miss Eula Fergdson, Snyder, and Esther Booth entered next. Then came Miss Marie Kelfis, Canton, and Tfita Green. The brides' maids wore bouffant frocks of blue organdy and carried arm bonquets of brilliantly colo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 September 1931

Page Four THE HANDOUT" Ad Building Holds Big Celebration At Student's Return Expressions Are Various in Class By MALVIN MORTON There was a mighty creaking and squeaking, a sort of gleeful sound- as if the dear old Ad building were laughing to itself. The two little freshmen "who had stolen out for a midnight moonlight meander, felt their blood freeze within their veins. They stood still, waiting. Suddenly the>Ad Building began tottshake and quiver before their eyes. There was the sound of rushing wind through newly flung doors and windows. The building moved! " The two freshmen drew a step nearer and hugged each othe"r in desperation. A mighty Jubilee began. The Ad Building did a cake walk down the sidewalk—and then settled gingerly back on its foundation, chuckling to itself. 5 <Jne of the Freshmen, feeling bold, stepped up and asked in a whisper— "What are you doing, Mrs. Ad Build- ing? Are you glad because: v/^'ree here?" * The^Ad Building smiled through halft-o^Red windows...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 October 1931

THE HANDOUT VOLUME 16. published by students of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE friday, OCTOBER 2, 1931 Y.W.C.A. Week Begins Oct. 4 Y.W.-C.A. week will begin Oct. 4, willi a Vespei; service and close with a Hc«< jcrnitioii service, - Friday, OeH. fe. The" week will be characterized by .special emphasis on the value of Y.W. C.A. on the campus. Tuesday night, an informal party will bo given. Thurs- day morning a chapel prGjgpsiai will be sponsored.•%, The YAV.C.A. lias two rMms^ The meetings. will be hi• the Education building. The reading roouj. i's in on the. seu^fcd floor of the Administration building1- Mardiya Tuyi r is Y.W.C.A. presi- dent; Frances Burns, vice-president; Maurine, secretary; and Emma Lorice Anderson, treasurer. Committees for the year are Quinetta Ground, finance; Ladine Schiveley, publicity; Lena M. Manning, devotional; fteta iireen, sac. ' ial gfrvtee; Helen Thurston, social. Library Regulations \ • Are Announced "'Miss Lena Criinmett Issued th'e Li- brary regulations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 October 1931

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1931. THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, publish. e<i toy the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regulai* school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, second floor of Fine Arils Building. Entered ,as second class matter, September 24, 1926, at the ppstoffice at Fort Wi r|fe, Texas, under the Act of March 3; 1879. Subscription Hate $1.00 per year and whether the number of students taking advantage of .the privilege to Justify the trouble and expense. In most all the other colleges and ^universities in the country the librar- ies are kept open at night and we feel that it would be just an ther step in making Texas <Woman's College a bigger and better school. Editor, EDITORIAL STAFF Hollyce Marie Riddle SEND THE HANDOUT HOME- , Subscribe for ttie Handout for the folks at home. Our paper is the only medium of Inf rmation about current canvpus happenings. o Let Mother and Dad and the rest of the family know wh'at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1931. TISH INITIATION ENJOYED BY ALL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) I 11 X. had fallen nut of her bed at night. Ruth had been warned to have them fixed but had not done so. On the verge of tears, she promised to sec about the slats the first thingjJhe next morning. She would not be%iven a cali-down, providing the slats did not .fa.l out of her bed again. To make Hi"-, meeting more impressive, throe upper-classmen were called in. La- dene Shlvely had studied in tile bath- room unty two-<fhirty o'clock "the ni.ght before. After some discussi' n, it was decided to nifike ht;r turn the ligiit out at ten o'r'.oek for ten nights. .Mamie Peat"! Parnell .m,i Doreen (Morgan were then brought up for sm king, i his was the most serkius of all the peases. .Mamie PfUrl and Doreen began, to' cry at once. They were asked to '.aave !he roqnj while . the matter was discussed. It. seem- 0 .. ed "that tiie only thing In da was to send- these girls to1 the Executive Hoard._ Several of tli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 October 1931

<y PAGE FOUR iKOVl A VISITOR { THE VARIETY OF SIGNS DECORATE DOORS HANDOUT NEW FRIDAY, OCX- 2, 1931. PRESIDENT COMPLIMENTED WITH SHOWER ~ I ! ' X September 20, 1931. Editor of the Hatnf' ul, T VV. C., VK rt W'.irUi, Texas. Oi'.ir" Mi. s Riddle,' Where is your school .pep? Snap out of,it! the inauguration of stiudent b dy • igfrc^s Uiis -morning y was-struck by the seeming lack, jfc' inffcrest in the proceedings- Miss Hamilton made her nice speech after taking oaiti of office—absolute suenoe. Miss Wall took the oath of office— silence. The others received the oath-—still silence. . ■ . When some one out I he group does something out of the rdinary. why not give her a ;ftUe recognition? ,| V\1iat Was the wrtich wa? sung at the end of the" program? \V%8 it a. jwayer. a chant, or was i' y. u1- Alma Mater song? 1 have heard it sung wrv' differently from what it was to- day. I lie exhibit!, n «? pep and enthu- siasm and pride in one's officers and school is the one tiling which is g in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 October 1931

V o THE HANDOUT * PURi isurn rv cTimrNTc nr VOLUME 16. (Continued on Page Three) Pep Squad Tryouts Are Conducted Tryouts for Pep Squad begun o Tuesday at the Gym. Those, who have been definitely decided upon for members this year are: Mary Lou Borah. Lamartine Felder, Marie Trostle, • Betty Butler, Helen Thurs- ton, Frank Whitaker, Louise Roach, Zelma ; Harkins, Wilmina Salisbury, Anna Bell Marvel, Hollyce Marie Riddle, and Lola Hall. There is still a long waiting list from which will be selected the rest of the squad. RADIO SCHEDULE. Saturday—Lecture, Dr. J. W. Sim- mons. Monday - Book Review, x'iss Lena Grimmett, librarian. fa Tuesday—Lecture. Wednesday—Sophomore Class, Frances Whitaker. Thursday-r-Fine Arts Program. Friday- Lectures, Miss Anna Lois Burdette published by students of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1931. Activities of Y. W. C. A. Are Varied A Vesper service Sunday orered Y.W.C.A. activities for the week. A ceremony directed by Helen Thurston s consisted of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 October 1931

¥" PAGE TWO T H E X HANDOUT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1931 THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, publish. e«t by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular schorl year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, second floor of Fine Arte Building. -j, _ Entered ,as second class matter, September 24, 1926, at the postoffiee at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1 19. " * , Subscription Hate $1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor i Hollyce Marie Riddle Associate Editor—.Agatha Gandy Associate Editor Lena *Tttalgning/>' Editorial Writer Mary Hamilton Editorial Wj?iterJP— Jlmmie Squyres Exchange Editor Dorothy Tinsley ! iy REPORTERS , Mary Elma Ludlow, Betty Helen Hinton, Catherine Smalley, Francis Grain, Sara Lane Martir\, and Billy Maude Hitchcock. BUSINESS STAFF * Business Manager__Jimmie Squyres Assistant Josephine Adams Assistant -Agatha Gandy CIRCULATION Manager ..^.Agatha Gandy C) V , THANK YOU. ingsi and we join with his host of other friends in Fo/t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 October 1931

0 KKrn.VV, OCTOBER 9, 1931 THE HANDOUT FAtiE THREE <1 ^ • • Between Chokes By Agatha Gandv GOOD NEWS, IF TRUE. "Absolute knowledge, I haVe none; But my aunt's washerwoman's son Heard a policeman on the beat Say to the laborer on the street That he had a letter just last week, Written in the finest Greek By a Chinese coolie from Timbuctoo Who said that the Negroes in Cu- ba knew 0 Of a colored man in a Texas town Who got it straight from va circus clown That a man in the Klondike. heard the news From a gang of South Amf^an Jews C * W About somebody in Bamboo Who saw a man Who > claimed he knew Of a swell society female' rake Whose mother-in-law would under- take To prove that her seventh husband's sister's niece ^pa<f °stated in a printed piece That she had a son who had a friend Who knew when the depression was going to end." —Swiped. Miss Adams: When I left my last place, 'the landlady wept. Mrs. Dillow: I won't. You'll pay in advance. « Mrs. White: Your husband seems to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 October 1931

PAGE FOUR THE HANDOUT friday, october 9, 1931 thespian (3 HMO It HOTKEY TEAM IS ANNOUNCED Tryouts for membership in .the Thespian Club will be held next Tuesday in the Fine Arts Auditorium from 1:30 until 3:30 o'clock. -The old numbers are anxious that every- •one try-out. Come prepared to give a reading or a cutting from a one-tact play. The Board of Di- rectors and Miss Lois R. Boli and Miss Francis Adams will be in charge. Watch the bulletin board for furthern announcement, Miss Boli suggests. „ _——o—— . El'LA FERGUSON HAS SUCCESSFUL" OPERATION Miss Eula Ferguson, ' freshman, frorfl Snyder, underwent an opera- tion in one of the local hospitals Sat- urday afternoon at which time she had a toe removed. " She was moved to her roora^in Dan Hall Monday and is doing very nicely, '.though it will be several days before she will be able to attend classes. v ' o T Football Thrills! 0-- ; Ladine Sehiveley is the Junior hockey captain. The other member.-! of the team are" as follows: Mazie...

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