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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

Friday, December 11, 1931. THE HANDOUT Pajce Fiv« kh and Sunday spent |Tr fte ..spent Alva- ker of f, last former Dean (i |ughon Miss 11 Col- ld the four |en at bmore |work- her Mrs. |r de- next fpect- ?ard- ilked lis in Ideco- Ivery- lliday lasn't or- the Jays, I time airit. brate Iving . lpro- on L'ara- jther (past lrac- bers at oing Ither Ister lean )an ►ny- vill- l-ate | his in I it's | do, )an I re- Iru- tjer oo, The Working Drones Those students who devote their entire time to the perusal of their text books, who lock themselves in their rooms for the school year, who attempt to pet their entire education frotai the!/ classrobm, who are too absorbed with their studies to mix with their fellow students, to take part in the extra curricular activities of the college, are -working drones. What does it avail the oil man to drill, drill, and never pump? Of what practical use is the book- worm, the hermit * in collegiate Slothing? Jhey say ,"I came to college to study, other things ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

Page Six. T H E H A N I) O LT 1 Friday, Deci-mbfr 11,19.1 1. . 4 Society Vesper Service to Be Sponsored by . Thespians, Y. IV, The Thespian Club and the YWCA of .Texas Woman's College cordisUi.v invite the faculty, the ■ student, body ' and the people of^ Polytechnic to the Oliri.slmas Ves- per Service on Sunday afternoon, Dec. "at 5 o'clock, in the, Fine Arts Auditorium,, A pageant, "The Gift of Christ," v ill be pre- sented. A chorus^ of singers will present special music. o.—— , ' Plans Being Made For PCC Banquet Approximately one h-undred guests are expected to attend the P. C. C. annual bancjfiet on De- cember 18 at 7 o'clock" in the banquet room of the Polytechic WethodiSt Church. The° facility members of T. W. C. have been invited. . The banquet room of thef^CflTweh is to be decorated in snow and ice with silver stars covering the lights. The program will consist of a slut presented by some girls of the club, who will be chosen soon. The following address will be given by Que...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

J 4 1 i i; | .1 i .1 i S 1 i s 3 t 1 Friday, December 11, 1931. Freshman Will Hold Their Open House Tonight, (Coitfmttrd from Page One.) decoration. Psora cards have l>een designed as silver star fish. Be- tween, each prom there will be a short program in keeping with the holiday season. Refreshments of cake, mints and line ice will be served after the proms. Some 15" guests are expected. Committees. Committees who planned the event are: Miss Ova Brown and Miss Mary Lou Murphree, general chairmen. The entertainment com- mittee; Misses Inez Cope, Ruth Wakeman, Jennie Mae Rosson and Mary Lou Borah. Decoration com- mittee: Misses Faye Winget, Ester Plank. Invitation: Misses Vir- ginia Kinsley, Leola Bledstow. Refreshment: Miss Annie Marie Gibson. THE HANDOUT Page Seven. KOLLEGE KORRESPONDENCE MIDNIGHT YELL PRACTICE V. Jt M. Enthusiasm reached a high note at A. and M. Tuesday night when the student body held a midnight yell practice and listened to "Hoss Fly" Berryhill, y<*ll lead...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

Page Eifcht. 0 <r> -S THK BANDOUT <j Friday, T>eccm! cr 11. 1931. r aw Quality Foods At A Savin NOT JUST NOW AND THEN, BUT EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK If It's Not Right We Will Gladly Make It Right SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY . COFFEE, Break 0' Morn Lb. QUART MUSTARD j COCOA, Monarch Brand Lb. SB?. . 99© APPLE BUTTER, Concho . A grand JL:. Qt. Jar X™C — * CRACKERS, 2-lb. Pkg. PRESERVES, Tea Garden Brand XA** Blackberry, Peach, Apricot :._j....25-oz. Can DATES, <g O ^ Black Palm I Pkg. ACM5 PANCAKE FLOUR/ , Little Crow Pkg. V® ?rNS. 19c MACARONI & SPAGHETTI 1 j* Skinner's 2 Pkgs. * U® POTTED MEAT < 2 Carts CATSUP, Wapco Brand, «|§ §£&* !4-oz. Bottle 13® PORK AND BE ANS, 1 ff Wap^o Brand _ ___2 Cans PEAS, White Swan Luncheon, No. 2 Can * O® TISVTO^EANS 6 lbs. _ 2- SLICED PINEAPPLE, Del Monte, <f No. 21/2 Can * FRESH SPINACH WjL Lb.: • PEAS, Wapco Brand, No. 1 Can BEETS, Green Onions, «g Carrots _ _ _3 Bunches A'W® SALAD DRESSING, t Efm Mrs. Dalton's 8-oz. Jar ® APPLES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 January 1932

& Ky ■e> ,Published by the Journalism, DepaHnient of TEXAS WO MANS COLLEGE Volurhfe 16 Stools' Ate I M * m T,T jsicrtK"-.. w ' for Nest £-«a' • ° p New students have alrendy be- gun sending in their regl ai-ions for the second semester and sev- eral more are expected within the n&xt few days. Miss Eloa Beth fiurdette of Mof- fat, Colo., niece of Miss Anna Lo'js Burdette, home economics instruc- tor, will be a freshman here next semester and will live ip Ann Wag- goner Ilall. Miss T.i'.jiun Stokes of 4 8> Winters, si:- ier > 4 Misses Mollie " B. and Fannie Lou Stokes, will alsir be a fresh' ,mj| Miss Bessie Lee Walker of Al.vis, a former, stu- dent, will be in the college again. Miss Kutherine Ap ate" of San .Antonio has sent in her reserva- tion. *0 Lucille Ward, 1925 Fair- . mount, is among the new town stu- dents wh"o has enrolled. It is ex- pected that a number of mid-term graduates of the local high schools will ewroll for work here for the spcond semester.„ Sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 January 1932

Pa«* Two. THE H A N H O U1 Friday, January #, 1932. THE; HANDOUT Official student new-paper, published by the Student Associatioi of Tt : .( Womxirt't" 'College every Friday in the regular <* 11 o o 1 year, ;;I Fort Worth. jfexas. Office first floor of Dun Wagoner Hall, Entered as second-class matter, Oct. 16, 1081, at the post office Fort Worth. Texas, under the Acislif March 3. 1871'. K O L L i: (i E KOR/tESPONDENCE Subscription price—$1.55 pet^year. • EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Editorial Writers Exchange Editor Typist . . .. Hollvce Marie Kiddle Agatha Candy Mrs. Lena M. Mantjirg, Mary Hamilton , Dorothy Tinsley Rubv Alice White REPORTERS Mary Elma Ludlow, Hetty Helen Hinton, Catherine Smalley, Francis Crain, Sara Lane Martin, Gladys Key, Louise Edwards. „ 1 Business Manager. Assistant...*. Assistant. Manager BUSINESS STAFF Circulation Jim'mie. Squyres .Josephine Adams . Agatha Candy Agatha Candy Published under the direction of the Journalism Department.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 January 1932

Friday, January 8 1 « 32. t*>' THE HANDOUT Page Three CIETY t HEARTS AND DIAMONDS Miss siiarbuth is the bride of A. l. MAXWELi G1I{1,S KETIRMNG. There was a gala time in the halls of all halls when the girls i:li amv (i Monday morning and had that greeting af'ter^ the holi- days. The usual expressions, •Yes, I had a perfectly marvelous time" and "No, he didn't give me what I wanted—boys never give you what you want" and "Thank goodness-, 1 lost about five pounds" a • the case actually was* "1 gained Jibout six." Just the same, Miss Helena Price, freshman, arrived Monday ' morning fi tnn Stanton where she spent the holidays with her par- ents and friends. She was dis- playing a new watch with An un- usual air. Miss Eula Pearl Ferguson re- turned Sunday night from her home in Snyder where she spent the holidays. M iss Mary Bond s£en't the holi- days traveling around. She spent a few'days in Weatherford with her aunt before going to her hom<? in Houston, wfaoere she visited, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 January 1932

Page Four THK HANDOUT Friday, January 8, I932. 11 LAW MA THE TOWER OP IN THE I.TOH" V ,;terrey Or <770.4 R TH \ MUst) i ~•"> Ha1 oil) • '•* v/ 1 How?, r ''i o'f hreath- " \y blue sky, - yn.-y c1"ar !r^Vlt crf sMdows and "i of the country By MtOTJKl, 1 (Translated by ! A cold nm: ' < , t,h'ch oh;I1- r - ' ing; but from fb a weak ?"n '"1" v<fn \vV-h also cu!~ sketches the rr)'' h9 as :f.they were of a'-.-ititecture. Bocav"<} tbrf- Fmp'd Mt M, clear as ice, v/'thoflt woaTd say that, it does rnf now illuminate but civ'lires Naf!"e; humanize is much, but to c;"'l'7<! is more. To civilize, to make civil, or if you wish, to urbr.nizo—Is to super-hu- manize. Humanity wms to us as everytMnr for r"nr>: b"t c'vility is more for h'm—is more than all -—because it is (ho future that is never /^filled—;t is*the ideal. All is what is, and \v !->->* is permanent- ly; but inoro than ji'l is that whiejj ,7 is above what hm boon and what will be. All is thp past that i3 conde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 January 1932

I! Coming The Handout Published by the Journalism Department of TEXAS WO MANS COLLEGE Volume . Plans Committee For Conferences Meets at Mulkey To Arrange for Entertain- ment of Delegates to Meet- in February. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1932. Number 1 1 The planning committee of the Student Christian Conference, which is to meet sometime in February, will meet in Mulkey Hall *at\'2:15 Saturday afternoon. No definite plans have been made; however, several local committees /will be appointed to,arrange enter- taijimant ftyythe delegates., - Those expected to attend the meeting Saturday are: George Graham, T. C. U.; Ivdn Johnson, N. T. S. T. C.; Jimmie Woodward, S. M. U.; Marshall Rhew, S. M. U.; Harry Bone, Dallas; IJrnal Smith, who is Assistant Pastor at the First Methodist Church in Denton, and Malvin Mort^p, T. W. C. A short entertainment is being planned for the guests. It will be held after the business meeting. Pep Sauad Gives Two Programs This Week • Pep Spuad gave a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 January 1932

Pa*e Tw*. THE HANDOUT ^ * THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, published l>y the -StudeTit Association" of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at fort vVorth, Texas. Office first floor of Dan Waggoner Hall. Entered as secpnd-class matter, Oct. 16, 1931, at the post office, Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. KOLLEGE KO RUES POM DENCE Subscription pnice—$1.55 per year. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hollyce Marie Riddle Managing Editor .... Agatha Gandy Editorial Writers Mrs. Lena M. Manning, Mary Hamilton Exchange Editor Dorothy Tinsley REPORTERS Betty Helen Hinton, Catherine Smalley, Francis Crain, Sara Lsine Martin, Gladys Key, Louise Edwards. BUSINESS STAFF Business Ma*jjfer Assistant 'A... Assistant. /Manager .. Published undo CIRCULATION .. Jimmie Squyres Josephine ^dams Agatha Candy Agatha Candy the direction of the Journalism Department. ™ ^ RULES AND ^KCIJXATIQNS are laws made by the members of the student girl had the right t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 January 1932

Friday, January 15, 1932. THE HAND0U1 Society •• alcohol—glycerin MIX AN!) LET IT SKY*' "A of alcohol, and a pound of glycerin—mix it well and let it .land all night." "My heavens!" thought I, "what are they talking about?" The two men in the seat- just behind me in the ^eet car. «.changer^ Cfleir topic of convex-na- tion and the new one did not vest me, so I tried to go on vy.ith my thoughts which had been ;o suddenly interrupted, but found .j,y < If pondering on the words which I had heard; ■„ ■ "A gallon of alcohol, and a pound «f. glycerin, mixed well, and 'let it stand all night'. What would such a fixture do? What cquM it be used for anyway? Maybe they're d .-cussing their favorite recipe for home brew? Who are tTlV^f,- any- way? Maybe one of 'em is go??ig to tlirow a party &nd is wanting to kr.ow how to make a lot- pro- portion, yew know. ' Maybe my imagination is run- niutr away with me T.fter reading this about the ring of bootleggers which has been busted up, accord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 January 1932

Page Four. THE HANDOUT Friday, JanuarV 13, 19,12. KOROS TAKE FIRST GAME i« Koros Defeat SM K'S In First Game of Season 1 "*>— Monday afternoon the Koros ^took their traditional rivals to, a defeat by a score of 23 to 22, in the first game of the society series. Dennis, S. M. K. center, could " out jump Parnell, but the latter was somewhat quicker in Rotting the ban. Morgan (SMK) and t'arden (Koro) gave each other a plose run in center. The forwards and guards on l>Sth tefcms were about evenly matched. Once or twice it looked as if the S-MK's might win, and then the Koros would shoot a goal or two. and keep the score jus reach. Sceoml Koro-SMK Gi "Wednesday nij^ht the S tet turned the tables on 1 apron* and defeated tht>m 17 to 14. This game was not as fasj and not as interesting as the.first game although some ,very good plays were made. Results of other games were as«> follows: P. C. 0.. 10—Mnlkey, IS. Sophs, 27—Juniors, 12i pleasure in that way and study in the time fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1932

The Handout Published by the Journalism Department of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1932 —r Honor Roll Given For First Semester Social Calendar Feb. 4, P. C. C. steak fry. Keb. 5, 1932. Junior-F res hman party. Feb. 6, 1932. Boaz-Benbrook Open House. * - — Feb. 13, 1932. S.M.K.-Koro party. Feb. 16, 1932. Mulkey dinner at Pangburns. Feb. 19, 1932. Junior Dining Room Program. Feb. 24, 1932. Hughes West Tex- as Club Dinner. Mulkey. Feb. 25, 1932. Hughes West 'Texas Club Dinner. Ann. Feb, 26, 27, 28. Y. W. C. A. Stu- dent Conference. March 2, Scholarship Society. March 8, Freshmah Radio Pro-"* gram. March ll.^Bpanish Club Party. March 16,' Mulkey Formal Tea. March VP, Junior Radio Program. March 18, Thespian. March 24, Korp Banquet,, March 25, 26, 27, 28, Spring .Re- cess. * ' - April 1, Flapper-Jellybean Party. April 2, Mulkey Open House. April 9, Y. W. Party. April 16, Koro Week-end. April 22, 23, Euterpean Club. Contest. April 27, Junior Day. April 29,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1932

I'age Two T HE I^A N D O U T 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. Office, second floor Admin- istration Building.1' ; Entered as second-class matter, Oct. 16, 1931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price .$1.55 per year EDITORIAL*STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hollyce Marie Riddle Associate Editor Agatha Gandy Reporters—Sara Lane Martin, Fran- ces Grain, Catherine Smalley, Betty Hinton, Bessie Lee Walker. Published under the direction of the' Journalism Department. Why a Holiday There jthat tejax^pney amonjp" Students and young people to glory in a holiday just because it is a period of freedom from the regular routine of the school career and of those in the workaday world because there is a rest from the daily struggles for ex- istence. a* Every year at Washington's birth- day there are thousands in our nation who sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1932

Sunday, February 21, 1932 S*M. K. Valentine Party Compliments Korosophians Ann Waggoner parlors were c.o% verted into a valentine setting .last Saturday evening when the Susan M. Keys entertained with a Valentine party in compliment of the members ol the JKorosophian' Literary Society. MoVffs o"f the day were used in the decorations and in the refreshments. The program, a clever little skit of the Jack, King and Queen of Hearts, was presented before a white back- ground dotted with red hearts. Mal- viri'Morton was the Jack of Hearts, Mary Hamilton the- King and Avonel Myrick the Queen of Hearts. Games were played and contests formed a diversion of the evening after which refreshments were serv- ed by Lathia Benton as Cupid. Committees acting Miss Myrick in arranging the party were: Invi- tation, Mary Belle Latham, Martha Kate Singleton^ Julia^ Monk and Eu- nice Musslewhite; decorations, Emma Lorice Anderson, Fannie Lou Stokes, Ruth Wakeman, and Quinetta Grounds; entertainment, Helen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1932

■F V Page Four THE HANDOUT Sunday, February 21 r 1932 Once There Was a Mule—But Now , He Is No More 32 STUDENTS ENROLI? FOR WORK Pledges Accepted in New Club Officers Gamma Omicrom for Second Semester It certainly is a strain on^ne's nerves to find that the train is late and you will hardly have time to make , it back to school, on Monday -morning after a perfectly, lovely v^eek-end. It's even worse when you are trying to make it back in time for one of those said psychology quizzes, when your mind is all in a whirl trying to remember "exactly" the definition of habit and plasticity and the like. But it is even more worse to find that in an honest effort to make up lost time, the engineer can't •stop at all stop signs, even to let a mule ° , pass. As a result passengers begome alarmed at the bits of bone or sticks they see flying through the air. What ,, a seniiation, ^specially when the train is backed up to the scene of the acci- '"dqnt and pnly a patch here and there • 4 gives ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 February 1932

Handout v JtLUtwn '•* * '*• *f M Published by (he Journalism Department of X S W O M A N S COLLEGE VOL. 16 FRIDAY, FE1JUU-A RY 26, 1!>32 >,0. 16 Meacham's Gives Show of Styles « Latest Styles Are Shown In Cottons. Outstanding Persons Are to Address Conference Speakers who will be present- at the Conference are outstanding in student leadership. ' v Dr. W. O'. Mendenhall is president of Friends University, at Wichita, Kansas, and has been enthusiastically received in all student Christian Con- ferences throughout the United st«rts*. He led tRe worship services at the National Student-Faculty Con- ference at Detroit last vear. Dr. (*> Mendenhall is a recognized scholar in the field of International Relations and has a keen insight into the prob- lems confronting modern Christianity. Dr. Edwin Elliott, a native'■Texan," took his B.A. degree at Texas Chris- tian University. He is now professor of economics at T. C. U. James C. McMorrie is student sec- retary in the Southwest fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 February 1932

4* Page Two THE H A N D O U£ Friday,"February 2<>, 1*932 & w The Handout Official student newspaper pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular .school fear, at Fort - Worth. Offic%, second floor Admin- istration Building. Entered'as second-class matter, Oct. 1G, i'931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Scraps and Crumbs Mrs. Smyers—Oh, heavens, we've twice as many here as there are potatoes for. What shall I do ? Lynnette—Mash them. V" He gave his eldest son a liberal education. The rest he* brought up respectable. (Epitaph quoted by thg Norwich Bulletin). Subscription Price.. $1.55 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief, Hollyce Marie Riddle U). Ita,ian boy_ Associate. Editor. .. Agatha <Ganoy A priest offered twenty-five cents to the' boy who could tell him who was the greatest man in history. • "Christopher Columbus," answered Reporters—Sara Lane Martin,vFran- * ces Crain, Catherine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 February 1932

932 ? at and ncle ' ized ugh lun- 1US- leus sign two was )uld :red low ned lar- n a nily hen rty by , so as and eat gh- itill ith sve to ars md She op- irk ids. nk. rpe ted she a a ine ler md lk- ool ler :he ire ,nd ht* ro- % Friday, February 26, 1932 Hughes West Texas Club Honors Office**s at Dinners The Hughes West Texas Clitb had a dinner in Mulkey Hafil Wt^Inesday night and a dinner in AwMjallThurs- day night honoring the new~Y>fficers. Their dirting-room program was given in connection with the dinners. A short play of old Vancli days was given. Lola Hall, who was killed by the Indian, Ruth Wakeman, was the hero. Ilia Steele Patterson j#ns the heroine. The ranchers were Elva Wright, Flo Ella Carded, Elizabeth Hughes, and Wilmina Salisbury. Wanda King sang a cowboy love song. Ladine Shiveley led a yell for the new president, Sara Lane Martin and Miss Martin responded with a short talk. A little covered4wagon was the place cards and tin plates and cups were used. The whole aff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 February 1932

Page Four THE HANDOUT Friday, February 26, 1932 "Wreck of Hesperus" Is Popular Model Car Undoubtedly some have noticed a queer looking and odd sounding ve- hicle about the campus. This is the latest fad, "it seems. Which goes to prove what co-operation is worth to the world, as six young men have cast their lot. for better or for worse in- this' movement. It may be called a company but one doesn't know who to approach for collection of fines and debts as the liability is always thrown on some member of the crew who isn't available at the time. Six men compose the charter mem- bers of the Organization. They bought stock to the amo'mt of $24 making the individual investment $4. Of course more and more will have to be invested for upkeep and general re- pair. They call it the "Wreck of Hes- perus" which has reference to some kind of historical event in English. The purpose of the concern is to pro- mote the general welfare and effi- ciency of transportation en route to Abilene, but it ...

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