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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 April 1930

iaj^v wWjJ I I d © On In Handout , Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE The 0 Water Is Fine « VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1930. NO. 23. PLAY DAY IS SATURDAY New Student Officers Left to Right-. Upper Row. Mary 'Worth; Kathetfnb Kinney. Childress. > Lower R,ow. Lena Moore. Fort or Paddock. Hagieman, New Mexico. '"** Hamilton, Matador: Evelyn O'Neal, For; ♦ft— Turner, Fort Worth; Elearj' Eleanor Paddock Will Head Students Miss Bynum to Be Vice-Presi- dent; and Lena Moore Will Be Editor of Handout. \ lOlcanor Paddock, Hagerman, N. M., was elected president of the stu- dent body for next year, as a result of an election held on Friday, April 3. i - ' In her first year in Texas' Woman's College, she was elected fish queen. She became, a member of the Y. W. C. A. and Susan M. Key Literary Society. She taught school the fol- lowing . «ye'ar near Roswell, N. M. Eleanor entered T. W. C. the follow- ing year. She was president of the S. M. K. Literary Society th...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 April 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT .. ^ TyE Handout ' Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort V'orth, Texas. Office, second 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 ~ EDITORIAL STAFF "Thelma Colvin Editor-in-Chief Lena Moofe and Hattie Mae ' Johnson Associate Editors Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy Sports Ruby Mae Ogle Column Roma Johnston Church REPORTERS Dovothy Hinds, Rosemary Pries, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall, Hollyce IttddJe, Elizabeth Chisenhall, 'Loree JDuKe, Mildred Phelan, Mary Si Hamilton. Mildred Phelan. BUSINESS STAFF " Wrenn Fyke.... Business Manager Nell McWhirter, Ectna Faulkner Imogene Cummings—^....Assistants Isabel Adams Circulation Manager Member of Texas Intcfcollcgiate Press Association. CIVILIZED YOUTH o ' The youth of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 April 1930

THE HANDOUT Page Three* I present. Favors consisted of minia-j uary, enlisting rew girls for the com- ture crepe paper umbrellas. NEXT WEEK'S INTEREST WILL BE CENTERED AROUND JUNIOR DAY Spring fever seems to have affect-gaily decorated in ed social activities, as this week's / rainbow colors with flowers and vines giving an out- door effect. The entertainment was opend by :rthe guests being ushered hito the dining room, which was decorated"to represent a theater. ' The stage was lighted in such a way as to give the effect of^ rain. . Eight girls dresSed in rainbow colors sang several rain songs. The true April showers spirit was attained when girls dress- ed in raincoats s&ng "Rain." Cath- Maikey Girls Entertain With ryn VVatts> Center- an<i Elizabeth "April Showers' Reception ? Chisenhall, Stamford, tap danced, and 'The parlor of Mulkey fcall wfes* | Mildred Bullock Newcastle, sang a turned "into a delightful flower gar- j clever numbe*. Miss, Joy Robinson, j den Saturday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 April 1930

hour IPIAN CLUB PRESENTS MILNE PLAY TONIGHT "Mr. Pim Passes By" Will Be Given in F. A- Auditorium At 8 o'Clock. Orchestra Will Play Set Is Made by Class in Play Production; Girls Wield Paint Brushes. "Mr. Pim Passes By," a three-act play by A. A. Milne, wi]j be pre- sented tonight at 8 o'clock in the auditorium of the Fine Arts building under the auspices of the Thespian Club. Music between acts will be furnished by the college orchestra under the direction of Marpret Ilal- sell, Lubbock. The setting is jn an "Honest Eng- glish Country Homo" 'of George Mar- den, J. P.' The plot takes place one hot day in July, and a curious old man, Pim, passes by to upset the wbSfi? household with his uncanny tales. * Stage Setting • For two weeks or more, the Dra- matic Production class has been working on the designing and mak- ing of flats for the scenery of this play. Each member of the class has let her "boy friend" go to the show &nd park alone for the last week or two, while she has put ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 April 1930

V Rah! Rahl For Juniors The Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLL E G E juniors Will Win VOL. It. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1930. NO. 21 Lake Worth to Be Sccnc of Junior |.... . — , yh . Miss J arm on Presents Shoyelj and W A A famn to Sophomore President; dllU n. IX, A, vaui|i Sing Alma Mater Stunts, a Campfire, an Easter Egg Hunt and Sports to Be on Program. Juniors and members of the W. A. j A. will spend the week-end at a camp ; at Lake Worth. They will leave the J campus in cars furnished by the town j girls about noon Saturday. . Tihe afternoon will be spent in pre-- paring-tffe camp, boating and hiking. Stunts to rfe Given. Saturday night individual im- promptu stunts will be given around a campfire, Sunday morning the first event is ; the Eunrfse dip in the lake, then break- | fast and an Easter egg hunt. The i remainder oCthe day will be given to j sports and gamps. Miss Parrish Counsellor. Miss Lorena^Paryisb, instructor in physical education, will be coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 April 1930

T II E HANDOII1 J JUNIORS Pag© Two. _ 11"'' al^* embodied just those ideals of jun I I—I IT* |—I JT'iiorhood at their best—work, play, co 1 l | operation, and service. So here* to Official studen^ newspaper, pub- our president in expression of our ap-i - lishcd by the Student Association of i preciation of her friendship, love and (continued from page li Sophomores, getting vines from the creek—these are but a few memories. RETELL HISTORY DURING CELEBRATION Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Y'orth, Texas. Office, second floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept 24, 1926, at the postoffice a\ Fort Worth, "Tcxag, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Hate...——$1.00 per year KUITORIAL STAFF Thclma Colvin... Editor-in-Chief. Roma-Johnston Issue .EditoB Lena Moore and Hattie Mae Johnson ...Associate Editors Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Candy ..Sports Ruby Mae Ogle ....Column' Malvin Morton Exchange Kathryn Basset...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 April 1930

• . « ,y r THE HANDOUT Page Thre«. SOCIETY JUNIOR DAY ACTIVITIES ARE OUTSTANDING EVENTS OF WEEK New Reservations The girls of T.W.C. have nothing: to) There wag onre * girl ealle'l Kofa fear i Nell For the nightwatchfnftn really is a' Who was indeed the T,W.C. belle dear; Etha and Ola Mae Jones of Mem- phis, Texas, have reserved a room in Dan Waggoner Hall for the coming I year. Both girl* are very popular in ; Memphis High School. There is nothing .he wouldn't do To scare away * boy or two. Hut *he and Bill had a lit tie jtiff u * & So now he sing* under hrr window- to make her sniff. Junior day activities have demanded the focus of Uttentlort this week. The juniors began their celebration* with the raising of the . flag Friday morn- ing, and the tree' planting at the chapel hour. They had A pick-up luncheon in Ann Waggoner dining hall. Friday afternoon the class went to Sycamore Park for ,a picnic. They wit! conclude their activities with their week-end at the lake. The Woman'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 April 1930

' H Page Four. THE8 H ANDOUT ^ JL -•«V Request Is Made By Poetry Journal Prizes of One to-Twenty-five Dollars Are Offered for Each Poem Printed. Church ZAfotes I To remove paint—sit down on it ! before it is dry. The Handout has received the fol- lowing communication from the Po- etry Journal: "The Poetry Journal wishes to an-! nounce its entrance into, the field of ver§e. We enter the field with one pronounced purpose in mind, to-wjt: to promote the cause of the unher- alded and unknown versifier. -is with the belief that this announce- ment will be of interest to you and your student body that we address this communication to you. "We will be pleased, therefore, to have you announce through the me- dium of your paper that ,we are in need of poetry ior our first issues. We will use ghort verse mostly, up to 32 lines, of the serious type. One or two longer poems with a'u open ,theme will be used each issue. Good humorous verse with, a general ap- peal can be used. Dialect must be ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 April 1930

V ALUMNAE AND 13X-STUDENT EDITION Everybody Is Coming! The Handout * * Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE Why Not VOL. 14. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930 NO. 25. HOMECOMING IS MAY 30 And 31 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ * ★ ★ ★ ★ ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGN SET FOR OCTOBER PLEDGE TOTAL 5138.078 FROM EX-STUDENTS Students and Faculty Pledges j Are Included; Ex-student Campaign Continues. «j Loyalty Roll Increases c. of C. Underwrites $50;000 As an Emergency Fund For Next Year. Pledges from sftudents, ex-students tnd faculty in the prelinianry endow- men ^upaign for -Tfexas Women's College has rcached $38,- 078.50, according.to figures compiled ,by the business office. These pledges Und any payments made thereon are accepted with the understanding that the full $500,000 for permanent en- dowment purposes will be raised. C. of C. Action." Recent action of the* Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce has assured the college and the-citizenship of Fort Worth that the college must continue and g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 April 1930

Paste Two. THE HANDOUT 1 HE I lANDOUT J$ible professor Official student newspaper, pub- lished t>y the Student Association of ( Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Y'crth, Texas. Offiie, second floor <■' Administration Building. Entered as second ctaas matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffic« at Fort Worth, "Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kate 51.00 per year editorial staff Thelma Colvin ......Editor-in-Chief Oma Thompson— Ex-Student l^itor Lena Moore and Hattie Mae Agatha Gandy .—■■—..Sports Ruby Mae Ogle Column MaWji llortOtr Exchange REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Rosemary Price, Katherinc Vincent, JVlaurine Wall, HoJlyce Riddle, Hal lie- Mae Johnson, Elizabeth Chisenhall, Loree Duke, Roma Johnson, Mary Hamilton. business staff Wrenh Fyke. Business Manager Neil .McWhirter, Edna Faulkner , Imogene Cummings. Assistants Isabel Adams Circulation' Manager Member of Texas Intercollegiate • * Press Association. iiasjBsjjs mm w- MI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 April 1930

/ $ o News From The Classes THE HANDOUT EijjU'He Moon h Mr*. L. C. Cooper of Willis. Friend# of Ann Christiansen will be glad to know that she is recover- ing rapidly from « reccnt operation. Ciar Pringle is teaching in Vic- Pagi'Thrw. 191*'. • , , 1922. Kath'erine Mtfcune received her M.; Judith Bourlar.d, Denton, is teaeh- A. degree from the University of Col- j ing history in W, C. Stripling High ' toria public M'hqols. orado and is teaching in the Fort School, Fort Worth. ) Minnie Willis, May Queen '27, is Worth schools. • j Mary Edda Cox, now Mrs. John; Mrs. Roby Pre ton Childress of Emma Boyd, Mrj. F. T. Bingham, | Keith Benton of lakeland, Florida, j Whitcwright, lives at Borger, Texas. ' j completed her Ph.D. work at Yale Thelma Hurst is Mrs. A. B. Peters, 1916. ■ > 'ast June' • ' Strawn. Grace Duncan, Mr. Jay IHx, lives; Ma-V Claice Harrison is Mrs. J. W a' 1307 McCallough, San Antonio. 1 Beard, Muskogee, Okla. Meta.SoRclle is Mrs. J. G. Gordon of Tulia. BlancHi' Whitene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 25 April 1930

Page Four. % THE HANDOUT former faculty ^Members FACULTY ATTEND CONVENTIONS AT MEMPHIS AND BELTON Shakespeare's Play Is to Be Presented ENTERTAINMENT FOR TWO DAYS NOW PLANNED Miss Ada Belle Stapleton is now dean of women at Vanderbili Univer- sity. Mrs. Mary L. Hargrove is living with her son in Linn, Mo. W. P. McMimckin is pastor of the Borger Methodist Church, Borger, Texas. " Miss" Rowena Onderdonk is Mrs. Louis Harlyk of Paris, France.. C. T, Reed is professor of chemistry in the Texas College of Industries, Kingsville. u B. R. Cowgill is connected with the English department of Arkansas A. & M. at Jonesboro, Ark. R. C. Foreman is with the Stone & Webster Co., Houston, Texas. Miss Grace Montague is connected with the National Kindergarten Club of Fort Worth. Miss Tabbje Smith is now Mrs, F. J. Gibhart of Fort Worth, Texas, M'ss Lyde Spraggins is instructor in the English department ajt, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. H. B. Hardt is doing- graduate work , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 May 1930

To The Mothers The Handout TE X A S Published By Students Of WOMAN'S CO \LEQE Of T.W.C. 4 Daughters .VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1930. NO. 27 Y. W. C A. Spring Retreat Held Last Week-end at Lake Leta Cornish, President for Next Year, Leads Group; Cabinet Officers Are Chosen. ■" Leta Cornish, Fort Worth, presi- dent of the Y.W.C.A. for next year, led th^ old and new cabinets in" their ■pring retreat last week-end. The Saturday afternoon session waitgjtgl' at Inspiration "Point. The discis- sion <vas on the possibilities of the Y.W.C.A-. on the campus next year. There was also a discussion of the national purpose of the Y.W.C.A. and how it would apply to the local Qfttn- pus. A picnic supper was served. When the storm came up the group went to the, home, of Leon* Mcintosh where another discussion and a slumber party was held,"1 The meeting was centered on the duties of each of the cabinet officers, „ Sunday morning, breakfast was served, after which a wo.rahip serv- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 May 1930

Ptge Two THE HANDOUT 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 Y.'orth, Texas. Office, second floor of Administration Building. ■ b 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 EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin. Editor-in-Chief Lena- Moore Issue Editor Hallie Mae Johnson....Associate Editor Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy Sports Roma Johnston Church REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Maurine Wall, Hol- lyce Riddle, Mary Hamilton, Rose- mary Price, Elizabeth 'Chisenhall, 1x3ree Duke, Katherine Vincent, Flor- ence Fermier, Herlinda Mendez, Jim- mie Woodward, Jfessie Ruth Drake, Mae Heaton, Minnie Mae Simpson, Lorene Cunningham, Mary Adams. BUSINESS STAFF Wrenn Fyke Business Manager • Nell McWhirter, Edna Faulkner Imogene Cummings Assistants Isabel Adams Circulation Manager Me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 May 1930

THE HANDOUT Pa«« Three. SOCIETY Txwoco Club Entertains Mothers Txwoco Club members entertain- ed with a musical tea complimenting the mothers of the members and clos- ing the activities for the season at the home of Miss Catherine Suggs, 1517 Hemphill. Bowls and baskets Of Spring flowers in varied shades were used in decorating the home". Mrs^ H. H. Hester, retiring presi- dent and the new officers, Mmmes, R. S. Lotspeich, M. R. Durway, T. L. Downs, Jr., L. W. Jarvis, C. D. Dag- gett, and John Hart-is, and Miss Bes- sie Mae Lattimer, received the guests. Mrs. Meriwethe* Lewis Morley.Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews Ambrose, and Miss Margaret Halsell, Lubbock, pre- sented the musical program. Mrs. ^Ambrose's numbers included: "Von Jour,#, ,gouvon," (Del ides), "Trees," (Rasdach), "I Know Wfcere I'm Goifi," an Irish sOng*;" "The Wind," (Rogers), and "Love in My Heart," (Wnlmann). Included among/;' -Miss" Halsell's solos were "The Girl With the Flaxen Ha4r," (Debussey), "Iris"h Dance," (Scott)....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 May 1930

Page Four. Church ZAfdtes MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM "Magnifying; the Marks of Moth- erhood," is the subject which Rev. Virgil H; Fisher will speak on Sun- day morning. The choir has arrang- ed special music for the day. Afe a special feature of the morning serv* ice, Rev. Fisher and Rev. Henson will sing a duet. Sunday night Rev, Flatter will be- gin another series of sermons. The subject Sunday nigbi will be "Pre- ceding Penfefcost." Epworth League institute Epworth League Institute will be- Lester E. Miller FLORIST Pot Plants, Cut Flowers for the sick and well We Deliver AnyWhert Get Your Shoes Repaired li for the Summer Poly Goodyear Shoe .Shop e> 3110 Avenue E 7 Smith's Cafe Fresh Strawberryvr Sundae 15c (20c value) All the college girts are eating them this hot feather Just across the Campus & THt HANDOUT gin Sunday afternoon at three o'clock at the First Methodist Church, •JThe delegates will be entertained with a fellowship supper at 6:45. Those planning to attend are; Josi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 May 1930

Display Home Talent The Handout TEXAS Published By Students Of WO M A NS COL LEGE Doa't Fail to Read Short Stories ,VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1930. iwv* NO. 28 Annual Art Exhibit To Be Held From May 19 to June 3 Display of Year's Work in the Art Department to Be. in Fine Arts Building. The art department, under the di- rection of Miss Dora A. Berg1, will hold its annual exhibit from May 19 to June 3. to> The work to be shown represents work done by this year's students in classes in clay modeling and sculp- ture, design, public school art, begin- ning, intermediate and advanced draw- ing and painting. Various mediums are repj^ented in this work. Among these are charcoal, water colors, pas- tels, pen and ink and oils. Every one is invited to view the ex- hibit, which will be found in room 22 in-'the upper hall of Ann Waggoner Fine Arts building. „ -0~ : Next Year Direefors Of Thespians Elected .. Ruth Bailey Chairman of Board; Club Sponsors May Fete Play This Yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 May 1930

Page Two *S THE HANDOUJ \ The Handout Official studept newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort V'orth, Texas. Office, second floor ©f Administration Building-. Entered as second ciass matter, Sept 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bate fl.00 per year EDITOBIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin .....Editor-in-Chief Hallie Mae Johnson, Lena Moore and Marguerite Ragland Associate Editors Mavoureen Stroup w.... Society Agatha Gandy Sports Roma Johnston Church. REPORTERS Anna Mary Dedmon, Dorothy Hinds, Rosemary Price, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall, Hollyce Riddle, Nell McWirter, Elizabeth" Chisenhall, Lo- ree Duke. Mildred Phelan, Mary Ham- ilton. BUSINESS STAFF Wrenn Fyke. Business Manager Nell McWhirter, Edna Faulkner Jmogene Cummings.... Assistants l#ibel Adams Circulation Manager Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. 0 —- ATTEND THE GAMES!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 May 1930

THE HANDOUT ^ Page Three. Students Plan For S u mm e r J* y— As the year draws nearer to a close, students* thoughts are turning to plans for the long summer vacation. Many are plan- ning a series of good times, with trips and visits mixetf in, while a few of the more serious minded are considering attending surri- mer school. Friends setting the dates when they shall visit each other, girls making plans for parties and^ntertainment for the visits of their college friends, and enthusiastic words about prospective trips to resorts; and sight-seeing spots, form the subject of many conversations on the campus these days. Some of the students have become so impatient waiting for the summer and the good times it will bring that they have already pulled their trunks out of the storage rooms and have be- gun packing. How difficult it is to concentrate on „ final exams, term themes, term note- books and other troublesome matters ■which turn up at this time of the year, in the faee\j^ the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 May 1930

* —^ Page Four. THE HANDOUT <S cr From the Sidelines By A. GANDV. Unless the sophs defeat the Mjmor*, it looks as though the seniors certainly have a cinch on the title. The senior*, according to their captain, hare gain- ed confidence n themselves, and after taking two straight game* it looks. like they have a reason for the confidence. .Sometimes confidence win# a game. Then, too, the senior* have team work, and their player* are veterans at the Kame and ought to be able to defeat the underclassmen. However, it wnrt sure yet thajpfhe seniors will beat the sophs. The juniors can't seem to get together on their t«am. If they coul<J, they would probably make a showing because thp players they do man get out certainly cjut plaj^lfll they need ,is a f<jg mor^yla^f*, About six member* of the "fish" team are "crack", players, but they m so ex- cited, and they are as yet so- unsure of themselves that they can't play very well. Katie Framer, who plays firsy^yr "fish," usually raa&...

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