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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1933

% ° A a THE HANDOUT TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1933. NIMBER M Student Activity . Camp Attended By 17 Student Groups PREXY Representatives of 17 student or- ganization.? of T. W. C. attended the student activity camp vtfjich was held at the Y. W. C. A. camp a£' Lake Worth, .Sept. 11-13. During the day, the business ses- sions of the organizations were held. Progressive 'table games were car- ried on in the evening. The camp was under the direction of Miss Juanita Cowan. Miss Mary Hamil- ton was the assistant director. The recreation program was under the direction of Miss De Rema Park- er, assisted by Misses; Helen Butler, Naomi Watson, Mamie Pearl Par- nell, Helen Litchfield and Marguer- ite McMillan. A dinner was held on the night of Sept. 11. President and Mrs. Brabham, Dean and Mrs. Sons, and ' Miss i£nna Lois Burdette, student councilor, were the .honored guests. Representatives from the organi- zations were: Misses Martha Graves, B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1933

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1983. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor Administration Building. Subscription Price 1 ^,.00 Eunice Musselwhite was a sight- seer at the Carlsbad Caverns. NevV Mexico. Judy Gibson visited relatives in Los Angeles, California. o Ruth Hinds a'ttended "A Century of Progress" in Chicago. Cl.airenne (Skinny) Allensworth made a trip to Denver, Colorado. Matilda Mason was another* visitor POETS CORNER , v ■* EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Gladys Key Make-up ! «, Frances Crain Junior Associate Editor 1 Ova Brown Sophomore Associate Editor La Vada Baze Literary Editor 1—1 Lorice Anderson Society Editor Martha Stanley | at "A Century of Progress". Sports Editor „ * Vonciel Benton | Martha ^tanley spent the montn Humor Editor Flo Ella Carden j of August visiting relatives in Hous- Exchange Editor Beth Burdette j ton an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1933. THE H A X D O luT PAGE THREE m ♦ SOCIETY Old Girl, New Girl Wedding Is Held In accordance with a beautiful tradition, the Old Girl-New Girl Wed- ding, sponsored by the Y. W. C. A., took place in the Fine Arts auditori- um Saturday night, Sept. 16. Presi- dent Tom Brabham read the cere- mony which united in friendship Miss Anna Mae Whiting of Mineral Wells, freshman, and '•Mr." Mamie Pearl Parnelj of Albany, student btjdy pres- ident. Miss Edith Wheeler of Portales, New Mexico, sang' "I Love You Truly" as a prenuptlai solo, accom- panied by Mrs. "Therman Harris at the pips organ. -Mrs. Harris also played (;he wedding marches. The ushers, who were dressed in blue and gold, were Misses Mildred Tomme and Judy Gibson. The ush- ers entered down separate aisles bearing lighted tapers, and lighted the tapers of the candle bearers who were formed in a. seml-ci^'Jyf on the stage. The candle beiarers, Misses Vonceil Benton, Genevieve Whitaker, Emma Lorice and Alma E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1933

PAGE FOUR T II E H A N DOIT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 10.H8 SPORTS By VonccHI Benton For the benefit of all girls inter- ested in VV A. A. or athletic sports, a complete list of available points is posted, Keep these in mind and sup- port your class by reporting all points acquired. A large number of girls ure expected to participate in Lthletic activities and take an active pal't in the W. A. A. this year. -Points' Play on team 100 Captain team ' . 25 1st month health rules 20 Each additional month 10 „ B average 1 50 A in physical education 5Q P<-p squad 10 Red Cross Life Saver 100 Make all practices 10 Coach — 15 Varsity team .. 10 Hiking " 100 Horseback riding 100 • * * • « f Hockey season is opening soon with its toll of skinned shins and battle scara. You will be interested in knowing that practices are beginning Monday, Sept. 25.—so grab the old hockey stick and come out for a_ big time. Practices —will be held on Monday,"" Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week at 4:30 u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1933

oU( THE HANDOUT Published by the Journalispi Department of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1933. NUMBER 4. M issVonceil Benton Carnival Sovereign Executive Board Stresses Rules The Executive Board wishes to call the attention of /the students to tiie following interpretation of rules: Since-six o'clock is designated as the1 end of afternoon and the begin- ning of evening, all girls who are out for the afternoon must return* to the campus not later than this^hour. Those who go to the city shopping must leave the business district,," by five-thirty in" order to reach tha campus by six. ^ Upper-classmW.^who are out with underciassmeij, 'must assume the status of the underclassmen and must observe tjie privileges of that individual, the only exception beihg one who is afiting in the capacity of an approved 'chlLperon. Article 8, Section 4, (d). "Fresh- ing the week the morning hours from eight to twelve-thirty," and the even- ing hours from seven-t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1933

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1933. The Handout Official student newspaper, published b^ibe Student Association of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in th^Tegular school ,year, at Fort Worth CJ&iCe, first floor Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter October 18, 1932, at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, under-the Act of March 3, 1879. * Subscription Price : $1.00 EDITORIAL, STAFF Editor — .. Gladys* Key Make-up —1 . Frances Crain Junior Associate Editor Ova Brown Sophomore Associate Editor - La Vada Baza Literary Editor °__Emma Lorice Anderson {Society Editor Martha Stanley Sports Editor Vonciel Benton Humor Editor . Flo Ella Carden Exchange Editor Beth Burdette Reporters: Vernabel Cowan, Ruth Key, Dorothy McCauley, Ida Mae * Smith, Iris Lightsey, Wyana Hall, Ruth Huff, Miriam Horner, Kate Anderson, Eleanor Uhl, Mrs. Ouida Duke. BUSINESS STAFF Manager Martha Graven . * « Published under the direction of the Journalism Department Grade Yourself Do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1933

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 19S3. PAGE THREE GIRLS LIONS CLUB WILL SHOW C ITY TO T|S^- C. Arrangements hive been complet- ed to v show the new girls of Texas Woman's College the various points of interest in Fort Worth, according to Wm. N. McCaslin, chairman of a committee gamed by the president of the East Fort Worth Lions Club to look after the .tour. A similar tour wag conducted last year for the Hew students of the col- lege. It is expected that there will be about 35 automobiles in the line as they leave the campus. The date set is Sunday, November 19, at 2 p. m. The city parks, airport And other places of civic interest will'be visited. It is planneu to make a drive to visit industrial centers in the earlv spring. —<61 SENIOR SWEATERS ARE EXPECTED HERE SOON . "pfe girls of the senior _ class of Texas Woman's College are expected to don their senior sweaters by Thanksgiving. Word comes from Leonard Bros, where the sweaters ere being order- ed that they should be here by that time. N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1933

c> PAGE FOUR T II E FRIDAY, NOVEMBER *9S3. 9> e> S. M. K. and Soph s ar-e Champions S.M.K.'s Society Victors; Hockey Season Is Ended The hockey season ended Friday, Oct. 27, with the third society gam'?, which gave the Susan M. Key's the society championship. The first society game was played Monday, Oct. 23, and ended in a victory for the Koro's with a score of 1 to 0. The game was called by Miss De Rema Parker. <S The second and third games were played Thursday and Friday, and were both won by the S. MLJK.'s. The. scores were 2 to 0 for the second, and 1 to 0 for the third. Misses Betty Butler and Genevieve Whitak- er called both games. Members of the S. M. K. teajy were Misses Frances Whitaker, cap- tain; Helen Thurston, Lathia Ben- f ton, Larry Anderson, Frances Burns, Gladys Key", Dorothy Flynt, Dorothy B Chisenhall, Avonel Myrick, Mary Lou Hammonds, Martha "Graves and Bernice Love. The Koro team consisted o£ Misses Flo Ella Carden, captain; Clairene Allenswotth, Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1933

tp THE HANDOUT TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. IfOKT WOKTH, TEXAS, FR 31: OCTOBER 6, 19S3. ' NT BMER 2. Improvements on Korosophians Pay Visit Campus, Buildings ®ragon s Cave Made This Summer.. Korosophians opened their Rush Week activities with a visit to the Dragon's Cave on Monday, Sept 25. The lower halls of the Admin- istration Building' were converted in- to a winding cave with stalactites and stalagmites' hang-in above,, while" a weird witch's head and a realistic devil gave sinister atmos- phere to the scene. Their chapel program Wednesday, SeptY" 27, was "Beauty, Wisdom, and Grace",* tire three virtues "beijig represented by three .maidens, difci and graceful, in a quarter-moon. Be- neath this group a picturesque wooil- 10 w land scene was seen, adorned by "Mulkey^Rl, Where bathing is a | maidems hittf hid<fen by the "branches of trees. ,• Thursday night, Sept. 27, an en- tertainment was given in the ban- quet hall of the First Methodist Church. This entertainment was "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1933

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1983. The Handout Official student newspaper, published''by the Student Association- of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort. Worth. Office, first floor Administration Building. . Subscription Wice __ $1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Gladys Kev Make-up . Junior Associate IJditor Faculty Members En- joy Varied Vacations T. W. C. STUDENT BODY GOES TO STATE FAIR OF TEXAS '*> The student body of Texas Wom- an's College were visitors at. th'.; Members of the administration and ; gUte Fair of Texas jn Dallas at the faculty members enjoyed Varied va- ; opening (Lay Saturday. A large cations this summer, many of them numbcr attended the football gam - and the shew while on the Fair grounds. Busses, furnished^ by the Bowen Bvn rnmpsnv and. private cars took the many students to Dallas. , : ■ rp- — ' . Miss "Mutt" Moore spent tho week-end with her aunt in Dallas. attending "A Century of Progress" in Chicago. President an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 19S3. THE H AN D O UT PAGE THREE Fish and Sophs Work to Bed One Y. W. C. A. ANNOUNCES VARIED ACTIVITIES IN o * % ^N^EAIt'S PROGRAM "Freshman, come wash out my hose'"' "Freshman, come make up my bed!" "Where is a freshman? I1 Thp officers of the Young Wom- an's Christian Assocf&tion of TexaH Woman's College have planned a year's program, which they hope • . ... .shall fill a place in each girl's college want my room swept out!" "I want > „ , ... V " . . , , ,,, i life that other activities do not reach. my shoes cleaned, freshman!" "You 11, , ... , . _ , . . ,, „ | They have worked out a plan wnere- two freshmen go mail this letter for!, ... ... me Hurry!" ! ^ Pro!?rarn^ shall be so varied that ' each individual should feel an^ in- terest in 1 them. The- regular meetings will be held thev t>vic0 each month. One of these shall concern economic, political and social problems, which girls should study and understand, but do not al- .-i-. n>v. other some T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1933

/ PAGO POl/R THE HANDOUT friday, october 6, 1983. aj - Sport of Hockey Excites Interest With the organization of hockey teama, and the opening oT hockey season only a s-iort time away, stu- dents are showing an interest In tha sport* and perhaps wondering how it originated and how it is played. Hockey is an outdoor game, played between two teams of eleven players each. With sticks curved- at the end, the players seek to put a hall through their opponent's goal. t' The name hockey Is said to be de- rived from the French word, "ho- quet," meaning shepherd's crook The- people of Nortnern Europe and Asia were'among the earlier follow- ers o the sport, and it is beliqjfd that the ancient Romans played n. game - closely resembling hockey. In 1886, the British Hockey As- sociation was established, and from this organization the modern game of hockey was derived. It is now played in India, Canada, and1 in most parts of Europe. Since the beginning of the present century,the sport has beeom ^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1933

THE HANDOUT t <*> _£a£k_ TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FOKT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1988. NUMBER 3. T.W.C. Girls Are Given Handbooks Following the town girls' meeting, in chapel last Week, the handbooks were given to the students. Miss Anna Lois Burdette, student coun- selor, gave an interpretation of the "handbook, and explained its applica- tion to those girls who are enrolled in the student body of Texas Woman's College. Contained in the handbook are certain rules and regulations which all students should observe. Mem- bers of the T. W. C. student body should endeavor: v To assume a friendly attitude to- ward your fellow students To maintain a high standard of conduct andu scholarship. To meet your first fclass and all the following ones. To refrain from cutting chapel. VTo participate in studfcfiV activi- ties. „ ' To help create a ^vorth-While' col- lege spirit. To learn th£ "Alma Miter". to regard student government as a privilege, ^fidtcTTlve up to its idea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 19SS. THE HANDOUT PAGE TWO % The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor Administration Building. , •• . * Subscription Price $1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor —i Gladys Key- Make-up ■ Frances Crain Junior Associate Editor Ova Brown Sophomore Associate Editor La Vada Baza Literary Editor Emma Lorice Anderson Society Editor — 1—1—Martha Stanley Sports Editor Vonciel Benton Humor Editor _Flo Ella Carden Exchange Editor Beth Burdette Reporters: Vernabel Cowan, Ruth Key, Dorothy McCauley, Ida Mae Smith. Lillie Mae Williamson, Kate Anderson, Eleanor Uhl, Mrs. Ouida Duke. 0. POET'S CORNER FICKLE^ I fell in love with the rain today, And we danced wand sang to the wind on the plain; But grey chiffon cloucs flew lightly .away, And now I'm in love with the sun again. Lathia Benton.— • • * • FAIRIES BUSINESS STAFF • Manager Martha Gravea Published...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 103S. THE HANDOUT PAOB THKEE Sports • It won't be long now until the big scramble that decides who will hold the hockey championship, for this season. The teams have been col- lecting their forces in preparation for the battle. Frances Whitaker leads the Susan M. Key team as captain. Others on the lineup are Helen Thurston, Lathia Benton, Larry Anderson, Frances Burns, Gladys Key, Dorothy Flynt, Dorothy Chisenhall, Avonel Myrick, Mary Lou Hammonds and Martha Graves. The Korosophian team is made up of Flo^lla Carden, capain; CLairene Allensworth, Mamie Pearl Parnell, Christtine Tucker, Christine B^um, Ova Brown, Beth Burdette, Louise Roach, Helen Maggard, Marguerite McMillan, Harvey Lou Strawn, and Judy Gibson. Those taking part on the Sopho- ,fnore team aj-e : Vonceil Benton, cap- tain; Genevieve Whitaker, Ethe'l Lee Bowen, Joyce Henderson, Mary Em- ma Banister, Alma Ellen Anderson, LaVada. Bp.ze, Mary Ward, Grace •Stauffer, Doris Alisup, Louise Rob- inson, *knd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1933

PAGE FOUR THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1933. TXWOC'O STAFF MEMBERS ARE NAMED BY MISS BURNS Miss Frances Burns, editor of the TXWOCO, has announced the*staT for 1933-'34 annual. Xhey are Misses Dorothy Chisen- hall, associate editor: . Emma Lorice Ander on, literary editor; Avonel ERNA KARBACH ELECTED TO FILL STUDENT BODY OFFICE Miss Erna Karbach, senior, was elected treasurer of the student body of T. W. C. to fill the*vacancy made by the resignation of Miss Ruth Hinds. Miss Karbach Is member pf the Myrick, feature editor; Frances senior class, P. C. C., Thespian Club. Whitaker, snapshot editor; Clarine i Susan M. Key Literary Society, T. Allensworth, sports editor; Maryjw. C. .and1 Poly Methodist orchestra is president of the Y. W. C. A. o— Louise ^.Martin,*class editor; Matilda , and Mason, society editor; Lathia Ben-1 ton, business manager, and Wilmina* MISS PARNELL STATES SIX Salisbury, junior business manager. "I'M NO ANGEL" TO BE SHOWN AT PALACE FOR ONE WEEK "You fascinate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 24 November 1933

/ /? rj THE HANDOUT Published by the Journalism Department of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY', NOVEMBER 24, 1933. NUMBER H. FISH PLAY GIVEN AT ROTARY CLUB ."Not Quite Such a GooSe,'" > the Texas Woman's College freshman class' play, was presented at the Rotary 'Glub luncheon Friday noon at the Te$as 'Hotel. Marvin D. Evans presided at tlie luncheon. President Tom W. Brabham of T. W. C. gave a talk on "Thanksgiv- ing". Miss Virginia Harris of Abi- lene, freshman student at T. W. C., entertained with tap dances. A string quintet, composed of Miss Frances Williamson, violin; Mrs. Alene Adams, violin; Miss Elizabeth Ham- ilton, *" cello; Miss Katherine Hamil ton, bass, and Miss Alice Johnson, piano, furnished the music during the luncheon. . ^ Members of "the cast of "Not Quite Such a Goose" are Misses Christine Lennox, Fort Worth; Jim Lois Gaf- ford, Crowell;. Bettye Bennett. Gor- man; Attress Randle, Lafaesm, and Claudia Webster, Colorad > Springs, Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 24 November 1933

Or PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1933. The Handout un- official student newspaper,1 published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Offic#, first floor Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter October 18, 1932, at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Gladys Key Make-up . Frances Crain Junior Associate Editor Ova Brown Sophomore Associate Editor , * La Vada Baza Literary Editor -* —-Emma Lorice Anderson Society Editor — Martha Stanley Sports Editor 1 Vonciel Benton Humor Editor Flo Ella Cardejj, Exchange Editor :— Beth Burdette Reporters: Vernabel Cowan, Ruth Key, Dorothy McCauley, Ida Mae Smith, Iris Lightsey, Wyana Hall, Ruth Huff, Miriam Horner, Kate Anderson, Eleanor Uhl, Mrs. Ouida Duke, BUSINESS STAFF Manager v Martha Graves Published under the direction of the Journalism Department Thanksgiving ——-SfB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 24 November 1933

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 198S. THE HANDOUT PAGE TIJKKK V « • Hughes West Texas Club Presidents c... ,-!• t — -• - "TTT « w i * * v> Four Presidents of the Hughes West Texas Club that are living on the T. W. fc. campus n'ow. The^r are Miss Mary Ruth Calhoun, present president; Misa Mamye Pearl Parnell, Wilmina Salisbury, Martha Graves, former presidents. Freshman Class Holds Open House Miss Olivia Bynum of Midlothian, president of the freshman class cf Texas Woman's College, headed tho receiving line at the open house of the claSe hfld Saturday night in the parlors of Ann Waggoner Hall. The affair is the largest scheduled on the freshman class social calendar for this * semester. Others who were in the receiving line were President and Mrs. Tom W. Bra'ham, Dean Law Sone, Miss Anna Lois Burdette, student coun- selor, Miss Mamie Pearl Parnell, of * - A Hi any, student body president, Miss Ova Brown of Cisco, president of the junior class, and Miss Lillian Lundberg, sponsor of the fresh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 24 November 1933

V-7 Ai \ H page four THE HANDOUT TUESDAV, NOVEMBER 24, 19s3. XT' 0) -v Sports Volley ball games start Monday, Nov. 27. Ah exciting, battle is ex- pected. All .volley ball teams are completed, 'most of the dormitories laving t<yims this season. The ;ams that have been reported are: S. M. K., consisting of Frances Burns, captain: Frank Whitaker^ Dorothy Flynt, ' f-Ielen Thurston, Gladys Key, Ruth Crum and Chris- tine Lennox. Koro, made up or Mamie Pearl Parnell, captaiS7 Flo Ella Carden, Judy Gibson, Clarienne Allenaworth, Johnnie Kellis, Lillie Mae William- son, and, Vernabel Cowan. Boa* Hall* captain, Jessie Rhus Watson; Carolyn Mills, Helen Mag- gs^rd, Margaret Meek, Helen Wid- lake, Lillian Meek, Mary Frances Keeling and Cleon Poole. Panther City Club, consisting of Mary Ward, captain; Matilda Mi- eon, Helen Stubbs, Martha Jean Stanley, One Hundred Girls ing was held under peculiar clrcum- stances. After the first corn' crop Attend Spaghetti Supper had been gathered. Governor B...

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