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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 December 1933

THE Publishod "by the .Journalism I>e TEXAS WOMAN'^ COLLEGE VOLtJME 18. l * Students Attend Peace Meeting Nineteen T. W. C. students attend- ed the forums and lectures given at T. C. U. this week by Paul Harris, director of the Youth Movement for World Recovery, a younger peace movement encouraged by the Na- tional Council for Prevention of War. Mr. Harris, though already forty, spoke the language of youth. Born a Kentuckian, he began his educa- tional activities before he was wV out of his teens, and today stanr" against a rich and varied back ground..* A committee was selected to for- mulate a t^pgram to be sent to the president of the United States tell- ing the stand of the young voters present at the meeting concerning world j^effce. 'The President, ■The, White House, Washington, D. C. 141 voters and next election voters meeting at Texas Christian University assurdfctou of our sup- port in everjuajw for reduction of armamemHB* by agreement through world confeftne and urge yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 December 1933

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933. \J &V 69 O 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. Entered as second-class matter October 18, 1932, at the post offic#"at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3,-1879. THIRTY-SIX ATTEND THEATER I read spme Christmas poetry. Christ- DINNER PARTY OF PRESS ('LI B mas greeting^ to S. M. K. were given - by Miss Princess Martin Subscription Price ^— $1.00 EDITORIAL. STAFF Editor Gladys Key j crystal bow! 'Make-up __Frances Crain j white chrysanthemums, flanked on Thirty-six members of the Press About forty girls attended the i6q^— am sure that the soph president would gladly pull the wagon with me in it to my classes. I'd be so nice and sometimes let her pull the wagon with the president of the class of '37 in it to her classes. Joyfully youra, Bunnie Belle Cowan. Club att...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 December 1933

FRIDA V, DEX'EMBKK 15, IMS. THE HANDOUT PAGE THREE IS. KOROS ENTERTAIN FOB S. M. K.'h, FACULTY MEMBERS About one hundred guests attended the annual Christmas party given by the Korosophian Literary Society for the Susan M. Key Literary Society and the faculty members, Saturday nighj: in Ann Waggoner Hall. The® parlors were decorated in green leaves, red berries and poin- settis to carry out the Christmas theme. A skit, "The Night Before Christ- mas," was presented by~Mlss Claudia Webfter and Miss Attress Randle. Carolers who assisted in the skit were Misses Mary Catherine Cowan, Vemabel Cowan, Marguerite McMil- lan, Olivia Bynum, Carolyn Mills, Alene Langston, Johnny Kellis, Lillie Mae Williamson, Rosalie Keller, Mil- dred Tomme and Mamie Pearl Par- nail. „ " Miss Mary Elizabeth Oates pre- sented a refilling* Following the reading a contest was held, "Crack- ing the Christmas Nut". After the contest, the S. ''M. K.'s and facul/r "members enjoyed a visit from Santa Claus with gifts f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 December 1933

PAGE FOUR THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, IMS. W. A. A. Initiates 21 New Members Twenty-one girls were initiated" In- to the Woman's Athletic Association Wednesday evening in the gymnas- ium. Miss Betty Butler, president of the association, was In charge of the initiation, v •* A "vocal audition" \vas held, and several future "opera stars" were discovered, among them Misses Avo- nel Vance, Marcia Butledge, Lucia Eaton and De Rema Parker. This group "mastered" the singing of "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" Miss Butler gave the welcoming to the group, and points concerning sportsmanship and the W. A. A. The girls were dressed in gym clothes, and were- directed in games by Miss Joyce Henderson. After refreshments, the initiation was closed with the singing of the Alma Mater. Old girls who assisted In the init- Wishing You A \ MERRY XMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR Poly 6oodyear Shoe Shop iation were Misses Clairenne AUens- worth, Flo Ella Carden, Irma Lea, Judy Gibson and Genevieve Whita- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1934

THE HANDOUT PubMahrd by the Journalism .Department of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1934.. -JU- NUMBER 7. T.W.C. Honor Roll for First Term Announced Sixty-seven students .ire on the honor roll as announced last week by Dean Law ^one. Four students', Mrs. Leila Mae Harris, Martha. Graves, Catherine Martin and Iris Lightsey, made straight A grades. Helen Litchfield, Kathryn Rose Pinney, Dorothy Flynt and Christine « Bynum made 5 A's on their card$l The following students made four A's: Elnora Balthrop, Margaret Hays. Ruth Hinds, Princess Martin, Avone Myrick, and Lola Ruth Stan- field. The Seniors grade average was 2.40 per cent, the Highest in the school. The Sophomores were next with an average of 1.80 per cent. The Freshman class had an average \ of 1.72 per cent and the Juniors an average <of 1.37' per cent. In the dormitory index P. C. lead with an average of 1.83 percent; Mulkey was second with 1.72 per cent; Ann was third with 1.69 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1934

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1931. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in thy regular school year, at ForP Worth. Office, 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. s"~— Subscription Price - S -> -i-- —$100 • B EDITORIAL STAFF Editor — ---. — Gladys Key Make-up - — Frances Crain Junior Associate Editor v Ova Brown ' Exchange- Editor — ;—Beth Burdette Feature Editor ——_r Ida Mae Smith Literary Editor 1— — Dorothy McCauley Assistant Literary Editor Iris Ligjitsey Society Editor - .____Ruth Key Assistant Society Editor __Katherine Anderson Sports Editor - Vernabel Cowan Reporters: Wyona Hall, Miriam Horner, Ruth Huff, Eleanor Uhl, Mrs. Ouida Duke. BUSINESS STAFF Manager .Martha Graven Published under the direction of the Journalism Department; Our Welcome! BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF T....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1934

& FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1934. THE HANDOUT faok THREE Annual Formal Open House Held In Parlor. of Ann Several hundred guests are expect- . ed to call tonight when the student body holds its annual formal open house in the parlors of Ann Waggon- er Hall. The Valentine theme will be car- ried out in the decorations and re- freshments. The dining room, and parlors will he decorated with,smilax, palms and he-arts. A hugh red heart will form the background for the five-piece orchestra which will fur- nish music during the evening. Re- freshments will be served from small tables in a miniature garden of Spring flowers. In the receiving line will be Dr. and1 Mrs. Tom W. Brabham, Dean and Mrs. Law Sone, Miss Anna Lois Burdette. Mrs. J. M. Berry, Mrs. An- nie Matthews, Mrs.- A. Stanfield, Miss P,auline Bond. Miss Mamie Pearl Parnell. Miss Frances Whitaker, Miss Beth Bilrdette, Miss Genevieve Whitaker. E\nd Miss Olivia Bynun^ Miss ParpSll/-"€tudent body presi- dent, was j^nenal thairman for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1934

PAGE FOUR THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1954. 1*' r WHAT'S SHOWING T. W. C. Pep Squad 'LONE COWBOY' SCORES BIO HIT "Skippy" - "The . Champ" Jackie Cooper has another heart-tugsring screen hit in "Lone Cowboy," Para- mount's new type outdoor romance, which opens Friday,-Feb. 16. for two days only .at the Palace Theatre. Featured with the young- star are Lila Leef*"Addi9on Richards, a new- * comer to the screen, John Wray and Gavin Gordon. Paul Sloane'' is the director and the screen - play was t> . written by Agnes Brand Leahy and Bobby Vernon. The original story was written by Mr. Sloane .and was suggested by Will James' famous book of the same name. ' « Much of the story was photograph- ed near Sonora, California, a pic- turesque location indeed. The "cam- era work is beyond criticism. Briefly the story is that of Scoot- er O'Neal, played by Jackie, who is sent west to live with .an old friend of tlje family. The western pal, however, has soured on the world ever since his wif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 March 1934

THE HAMBOUT PuMUhed bv the Journalism Department of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WOKTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH i) .1934. miser 8. Pep Squad Appears in FRESHMAN CLASS Leonard's Style Revue PRESENTS SAUCE Thirty-one Pep Squad girls have been engaged this week m presenting programs, acting as hostesses* and taking part in a style show sponsored by Leonard Brothers. In their pro- grams, the girls appeared in the suits given them last year by Leon- ard Brothers. Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon the squad presented a ten-minute progr.im at the Leonard Brothers' style show held on the mezzanine floor of the store. Twe-lvt^jfcmbers ofsquad ap- peared as ;m.odels, shewing ffive groups of dresses, with .complete ac- cessories, featuring Spring prints, street Presses,: sports in solid colors, evening and afternoon dressed and riding habits. Models from the Pep Squad were Misses Dorothy Smith, Jennie Lee Withers, Catherine White, ^uthanna. Jackson, Ruth Key, Betty Butler. Catherine Louise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 March 1934

PAGE TWO tj t> The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texfls Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor Administration Building. a : ; ■ _____ Entered as second-class matter October 18, 1932, at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1-879. p ' -<g Subscription Price $1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ---- Gladys Key Make-up - - . Frances Crain Exchange Editor .. „_Beth Burdette Feature Editor , Ida Mae Smith Literary Editor Dorothy McCauley Assistant Literary Editor Iris Lightsey Society Editor — Ruth Key Assistant Society Editor Katherine Anderson Sports Editor 11 i - Vernabel Cowan Reporters: Wyona Hall, Miriam Horner, Ruth Huff. Eleanor Uhl, Mrs. Ouida Duke. ■■ si BUSINESS STAFF Manager ________ Martha Graven Published under the direction of the Journalism Department o j j i Sunbonnets and Sun Tans Very soon a progressive gTOup of students are going to declare aTjea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934. THE HANDOUT PACK THREE \ % duciu COMMITTEES APPOINTED FOR FISH-JUNIOR PARTY- m Committees for a party to be given March 17 in the parlors of Boaz Hall of T. W. C. by the freshman, class of the college were appointed last week by Miss Olivia Bynum, president. Junior class members will be honor guests. Miss Clotille McCallister is chair- man of the invitation committee, assisted by Misses Dorothy Flynt, Margaret Beck, Uillian Meek and Ellen Young. The entertainment committee is headed by Miss Eloise Prince, with Misses Ruth Glaze, Jim Lois Gafford, Matti'e Beth Payne and Dorothy Mas. ters .assisting. Miss Jeannette Clark is chairrpan of the decorations committee. Her assistants are Misses Ruth Crum, Dorothy Ely, Doris Roberts ^n(} . Wyona Hall. Refreshments for the party are in charge of Misses Cleon Poole, chair- man; Attress Randle, Bernice Love, Catherine Louise McClung and Jamie Lee Watkins. Miss Mary Catherine Barlow is chairman of the furniture commit- tee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 March 1934

PAGE FOI K THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1984. SPOKTS /\. "0 VANISHING FONY-BIRCH By Vernabel Cowan 'Way back in 1S92 when the,game of basketball was first founded, the players used a football to play with and a peach basket for the basket to throw the ball into. Nowadays you go foot if you can't handle the ball, and you are a peach ife> you throw the basket,—then you have made a goal Using plain. English—Let's make a go—-of this basketball Season! Captains have been chosen, and they are getting th.eir teams all lin- ed up. Now you keep in time and show the best of your, interest in thee g.imes to be playeci. Miss Clairenne (Skinnie) Aliens-^ worth will head the iCoro's and -Miss Frances (Frank) Whitaker is cap- tain of the Susans. The class cap- tains are Misses Margarete McMil- lan, Senior; Christine Tucker,; Soph- • omore: and Jjohnny Kellis, Fresh- m.iti. Misses Margaret Meek, Boaz; Doris Roberts, P. C. C.; and Marcia Rutledge, Mulkey, will meet with their teams in . dormitory...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 April 1934

a \ THE HANDOUT Published by the Junior Class of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FKIOAV, AVRIL 20, 1934 Nt'MBKK II. • Banner Unfurled Proclaims Junior Sovereignty Day Just as the last stars of morning were disappearing? a si'ver star on a rose background flew high into the air to greet the morning sun and the students of Texas Woman's Col- lege, proclaiming to each that to- day is Junior Day. The Junior song echoed over the campus as the silver meteor went flying high into the sky. The class presented a musical com- edy, "I Think I Smell Smoke'', and a musical dialogue, "Rorricto' and Juliette." The members of the cast, "I Think I Smell Smoke" were "Mr. T. Youlah Barnfes, Mrs. T. M«.ry Car- olyn Kelley and Janitor, Nell Pool. Members of the chorus were Dorothy Chisenhall, Frances Craln, Beth Bur- dett, Mary Lou Borah, Catherine White, Catherine."Martin, and, Cleo Plemmons. At twelve o'clock the Juniors ded- icated their tree and immediately af- terwards the Junio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 April 1934

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934. M The Handout ' I 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. 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 a $1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor j. — Gladys,. Key Acting Editor —^ Frances Crain Exchange Editor . Beth Burdette Feature Editor ___•—.a. — —--Ida Mae Smith Literary Editor : Dorothy McCauley Assistant Literary Editor .„ „ . Iris 1,4^^1 tsev Society Editor *.r Ruth Key Assistant Society Editor ___ _ .Katheritie Anderson Sports Editor 1 — Vernabel Cowan Manager —- -.41 ^9. Martha Graven What's Going On On Other Campuses BANS HIGH SCHOOL LETTERS AT T. C. Laughs! .. " "1 •* vDr Simmons: Who was it that saw'th'e handwriting on the wall? Ruth Hinds: Mother Berry. The Student Council, at a meeting Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 April 1934

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934. THE HANDOUT PAGE THIIEE A U o 0= ~>o< inr 3QC DOCTDOC DOC SOCIETY :0! PCX >OC >o< doc DiOC DOC O n DOO 1*. C. C.-DORMITORY PARTY urer, and Miss Malvin Morton of Ft. Worth, offlcer-at-large. THE PERFECT JUNIOR If one girl had Beth Burdette's pep, Frances Caldwell's hair, * Mary Lou Borah's eyes. Dorothy Chisenhall's smile. Catherine Martin's dignity, Elnora Baltlyope's knowledge, THANKS, LEONARDS! We wish to give thanks where Clint's Eat Shop Sleek-headed and well-dressed jelly , ^ hreakfast^is being planned by the , _Mary Louise Martin's disposition, beans escorted the highly painteiit*-^^ iu honor of the isenlois. It i g^th Kyser's thougW fulness, flapper of their - choice to the Dor*- I'Wi" b<> ^eltl at the home of Mrs ;Gleo piemrnons' wit. rnitory-P. C. ,C. party,, Friday nightj Clifton, 3500 Avenue G. in the Towns Girls' Hall. The walls were gayly decorated with purple and white paper <Jolis dressed as jelly beans and flappers. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 April 1934

r* * page four Jl NIOR CLASS IS WELL represented, on roll (Continued from Page One) Hornbeck, Alice Johnson. Erna Kar- bach, Mary Langford. Alene Langs- ton, Christine Lennox. Helen Litch- field, Bernice Love, Pauline Marlin, Princess Martin, Catherine Martin. Matilda, Mason, Clotllle McCallister, Thelma McMahon, Lillian Meek, Car- olyn Mills, Frances Geneva Moore, Kitty Morgan, Avonei Myrick, Mat- tie Beth Payne, Margaret Peterson, Katheryn Rose Pinney, Cleo Plemons, Zelma Rhodes, Louise Roach, Doris Roberts, Floi.se Roddy, Maxine Shaw, Floye,, Smith, Nadine Smith, Helen Stubbs, Mildred Tomme. Willette Ut- ley, Mary Ward, Mary Elizabeth Whatley, Frances Whitaker, Rose Ellen Williams, Frances Williamson, and Martha Jean Stanley, and Mmes. Leslie Bowen, Leila Mae Harris, An- nie Thresher and Olivia Tyler. i o history of junior * ci^ass is varied who is who on the t. w. c. campus (Continued {rom Page One) To biology she turns ror her occu- pation, Tills little Cleo is quite .a sensa- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 May 1934

WELCOME ALUMNAE, EXES THE HANDOUT <r TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE SENIOR EDITION VOLUME 18. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1931 M'MBER 13, REV. H. I. ROBINSON IS BACCALAUREATE SPEAKER Helen Litchfield to be > . Crowned May Queen Hi ... Helen, of the House Of Litchfield, <j will be crowned Queen of the May by the Prime Minister of the Royal, Court, President Brabham, ' this thie evening at the annual T. W. C. May Fete. The cornation will take/ place on the west steps of the,.Administration building. The porch of the building will be covered with lattice with j a green background with pink roses. Palms will be j-l&ced at each end of the porch. VVhite gates will open in the center to admit the dancers. A chorus of six/Jgirls(j singing the | • ^ \ "Blue1" Dan:;be Waltz" will open the j May Fete. Following the thorus the i May danders, dressed in pastel or- ! g,andies, will enter in groups of three from the gate and take their places j at the May pole. The flower maid- | ens dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 May 1934

PAGE TWO THE HANDOUT FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1 S4 The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of ville has been added to the faculty of : U INSTRUCTOR IN EDUCAT'ON IS ADDED TO FACULTY Prof. John F. Henson of Grcen- The Roosevelt System announces that it wil] be open .all summer and invites T. W C. summer school stu- dents to eat with them. ""><">< >n<- =>0C DOC -><■>< >n<- DOC Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular school year, at Fort j T. W. C. beginning with the summer j Worth Office, first floor Administration Building. . session, according to a recent an-. —™ i nouncement by President Brabham „ - -♦ o Henson was formerly head of the f | education department of Wesley Col- J He has also taught at Peacock - :D o Entered as second-class matter October 18, 1932, at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, uodjr the Act of March 3. 1S79. wd^r Subscription Price -5,-. 1 $1.0<"t This edition was published by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 May 1934

% FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1934 THE HANDOUT PAGE TIIKKR _U_ Sl M.MER PLANS OK FACULTY ANNOUNCED vaca- deaii What does summer aiean tion, study, work or rest 1 Justask one of your Own teachers. " Summer coming will mean many enjoyable moments for several --es pecially Mr. Giles. First he will study landscaping under the direction of Mr. Cari Gasslander, who is an outstanding artist. After he ha completed this course, Mr. .and Mrs.^ Giles, with Mrs. ®Giles' mother will alumnae exes invade campus (Continued From Page One) ita Falls, president of the Association wil] preside and extend the welcome to the visitors. The luncneon is for the alumnae, ex-students, seniors and faculty members. President Brabham yill give the invocation, and .a recognition of gifts to T. w. C. this year will be made by Dean Rone. "Miss TxwocoV Birthday iParty" will be a feature Following the luncheon, a business ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE dkake cueanebs are LOCATED at 1715 vaughn take a trip to the coast, where they will enj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 May 1934

© PAGE FOUB THE HANDOUT HtlD \ V. MAY, 85, ]#3| HELEN LITCHFIELD TO BE CROWNED MAY QUEEN (Continued from Pffe One) blue evening /rown, will be the Maid of Honor from the freshman class, and the Ladv-lxi-•waiting' will be Miss Attress Handle. She will wear pink taffeta trimmed in blue. «•" 4 Do\iwger Queers, who will have places beside the inline Queen, are Mrs. Edna Matthews Bovkin and Miss Mary Ferguson. Misses Alma Ellen Anderson and Genevieve Whitaker. d^e.^ed in vel- low and white will herald the ap- proach of the queen. After the ■ cornation of the queen, Miss Frances Whit.iHer. president of the senior class, will present Miss Beth Burdette, prisident of the. in- coming senior class, with the tradi- tional blue bonnet chain which will be brought in "by the sophomore Bluebonnet Maidens. After the pre- sentation of the Bluebonnet Chain the traditional May Pole dance and the recessional Will bring the May Pole to a close. # a Princesses from the senior class will tbe Misses Rosaly...

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