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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

Display Home Talent The H,andout Published By Students Of TEXAS W O M A /V S.COLLEGE Don't Fail to Read Short Stories .VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1930. NO. 29 'X CAMP HELD AT HOLLISTER JUNE 6 TO ft "Jesus and the Art o£> Living' Will Be Theme of Student Meeting. Students to Attend Outstanding Leaders in Student Circles Are to Appear on Program. „ , Several T'. W. Q. girls are planning •to attend the *ir. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. 'A. camp at Hollister, Mo., June Q to 16. 1 The Vhole conference program is ^.developed around the thame of "^Jesus a the'Art of Living.0 Many outstandingJ leaders in th<? field of student work will lead the Hollister programs. Among these are "Irene Armes, natiofial finance secretary for the Y.ft^C. A.; Maude Clay, formerly Y. V?7~C. A. physical (Continued on Page 2) Y. W. C. A. Presents Hollister Program In Tuesday Chapel Several Phases of Life at,Hollis- ter Are Pictured to Student Bodx. " Officers o? Class of '31 Left to right: Imogen...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

• s Page Two The Handout cfttieial 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. Entered as second class matter, Sept 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Foft Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00. per year EDITORIAL STAFF" ' Thelnia Colvin Editor-in-Chief Lena Moore and Hallie Mae John- son .„rl Associate Editors Mavoureen SU'oup Society, Agatha Gandy Sports Roma Johnstiin..., Church 0 REPORTERS Rosemary Price, Katherine Vincent, Hollyce Riddle, Elizabeth Chiscnhall, IvOrGe Duke, Mildred Phelan, Dorothy Hinds. BUSINESS STAFF" Wrenn Fyke. .—...Business Manager Nell McWhirtefV^dna Faulkner Imo£ene Cummings..._ Assistants Isabel,, Adams- Circulation Manager Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pjress ^ssQQiation. CARRY ON. jT ' • * s There are only a "few more weeks of sehool rfow, as'1 you have no doubj calculated....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

'•"I THE HAND CPU T METHUSELAH (1 ® Page Three. O O M MA1ZIK HALLIDAY PART I Nancy Hudson shut her book with \\ a bang. She eagerly hunted for an^ other pink centered chocolate, and, havirtg foun'd the desired treasure,- nestled comfortably into her chair and looked out the Pullman wi&dow. In another hour she would be home. "Gee, it was swell to think of home and vacation!" she secretly hoped that Mis'S Bailey, a most dignified matron at the Claremont Boarding School for Girls, would pot think too badly of her for leading the good lady a dog's life during her stay at said institution. But it had been a lot of fun, "Oh, Hum! What w#u!d she do for excitement; now that,,va- cation had .started ?" The climax of Nancy's holidays was to be her birthday dan^c. Hereto- fore, her birthdays had been #ele- brated merely with parties; but this' year, mother had promised her a din- ner dance.,. She would be 1G. As her mind wandered along vaguely on these points, a sudden thought came to her,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

Pag^ Four. THE H A N D O 1J T m £ight £Souch d 3 d ELIZABETH C'HISENHALL Heart failure, the doctor has said. That was queer. He'd never had heart trouble. And then, there was that odd-looking spot on his head. The more Layra looked at that place, the more certain sjje became that tl),ere was something' mysterious about the ■whole affair. She couldn't quite be- lieve yet that he was dead. She brushed his hair gently, avoiding that unaccountable hole faihtly tinged with jjlood, and .wondered vaguely if she .Anight be going insane. Why didn't everyone get out and leave her j alone ? She thought hazil^Aiat she ; could die if she'd jusjt max. She tried it. "... . funny here. I'd like for you to examine it again, Doctor Harris. Don't.like it. That hole looks mighty strange to me. I've seen them like that before. No rocks on the side- walk. We thought of that, too. See here, now, we've got to get her out." That was Larrison from "The Sun" —talking low so she wouldn't hear. They were always...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

- lfc g fsl THE HANDOUT Page Five. J y< ■ 0S>- oan / Elsie Garner. , After breakfast, I announced fo the f^JAily that I was going to take a (•troll in the park, as it was a part of my daily routine. "If I stay in the house a minute longer I'll faint, choke, or—," and with a slam of the deor, I was gone. The streets of Dromderry were crowded with cars occupied by peo- ple who were glad to be oifi on the first sunshiny day of the season. Many cars were headed toward the golf links beyond the park, and I dodged back and forth until I finally reached the park. On the south side, I sat down on the first bench in ray pathway. After resting for several minutes, a sob awakened me out*Jf)f my reverie and, looking arourftl, "1 saw a child lying on the" seat beside me crying like her heart would break. Her little frame ■was shaken by t&trific sobs,, Which ■eemed to come out ©4. the ihtermost part 6f he* being. I took her in my, lap And finally quieted her with sym- pathetic words. Lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

- ...e Page Six ■* s THE HANDOUT Miss Odom Arranges McMurry Art Exhibit The Warwhoop, McMurray College, Abilene, caiTied the following notice which will be of interest to T. W. C. students as it is about an ex-student of the college. Maurine OdoA, grad-j uate of 1929, is now at the head of the McMurray art department. "A very attractive exhibit of the work done by the classes in the art department has been arranged under the direction of Miss Maurino pdom, in the art studio ori the third floor of the Administration .building and is open for visitors at all times on Friday and Saturday, The class in public school art has prepared quite interesting pieces of work in weaving and design as well as outline drawing. The classes in drawing. The classes in decorative design and uj advanced art have on display several pieces that show ex- cellent taste and technique." Sxtra! Sxtra! Accidents will happen, and they will happen to T. W. C. girls. And it is not unlikely that Leta's Ford would be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

THE HANDOUT S Seven SENIORS ENTERTAINED WIDELY -It won't be Ions?" now is the most thei, nyTr,ph atlendants gave un- popular, expression, on th« '^mpus {pr0mptu stunts I I these days, and the most popular peo- ple seem to be the SENIORS, who are being entertained by the various organizations and., classes. Two en- tertainments this week have•served as forerunners for the events for next week, which will be designated as Senior week on the campus. The Mother's entcrtitiried'-with a buf- fet supper honoring thjs year's grad- uates, and the juniors honored them with a garden party, Wednesday eve- ning at the home of Miss Maude A. Pettey,. Plans for tfae May fete and the homecoming are being completed by the various groups which are work- ing on the arrangements. Dean Venth Will Present "Lima Beans" Dean and Mrs. Carl Venth have issujpd the following invitations to thiJr friends: ^ io "You are h£j*by"cordially invited rto p;v^ak^> fff h mess of "Lfnia which will be served in k^rior ©...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 May 1930

Page Eight 4* . 4 THE HANDOUT Ann Waggoner HaU Education Building Summer CSerm «# _ ■ $unt 9th to August 6th VA * Administration Building SZ3 - % * ** * . ' i ■ . /- ■ ' T^e^ummei Scho^fi is condUcted over a period of nineS^el^g, and is an integral part of the work of^he regular academic' year, By meeting six times a week it is possible in nine weeks to complete the work of one* semester in any subject offer- ed: or by meeting double time, the year's work in one course is completed. A maxi mam oi nine semester hours may be earned in the summer school Credit may be earned toward A.B., B.S., and B.M. degrees. First Grade Elemen- tary, Special, Kindergarten, High School, and Permanent certificates may. be se- cured after completion of specified courses. Courses in Bjology^Education, En^lislj^ Social Sciences, and History, Some Eco- nomics, Mathematics, Public, School Music, Physical Training, Spanish, Violin, -W>ice, Piano, Organ, Theoretical Music will be offered. Campus Scene Dan ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 September 1930

The Handout Published by Students of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE ' VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS,#EPTEMBER 26, 1930. NO. U Formal Opening Exercises Are Held On Tuesday Dr. Frank P. Culver Delivers Main Address for Occasion of First Chapel Meetings. "Life is whiit you make it" was the admonition of Dr. Frank P. Cul- ver, presiding elder of the Fort Worth district of the Methodist "church, to the students of Texas Wo- man's Collegq, in his address at the formal opening exercises Tuesday j morning. He spoke as the represen- i tative of the college board of trus- j tees. President II. E. Stout presided and ' presented the . speakers for the oc - i casion. "You, as you are now, are the prod- j uct of what the days which are past j have made you," stated D,r. Culver. : "With the commencenicjr/t' of your college. \Vbrk, new doors are opened. The life which is to follow depends tipcm what you make oi it—it is yours ! !o determine. And the determination . . ti' . f that life depends upon 'your atti-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 September 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT r THE HANDOUTj Official student newspaper, pub-, liSlted by the Student Association of J Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, main floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1920, at the postoffice at Fort Worth', Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHURCH NEWS Jessie Ruth Drake, Forney, grad- uate of '30, has taken a position us YWCA secretary at Oklahoma A & M., Stillwater, Oklahoma. Marjorie Morrison, Cleburne, grad- uate of '30, is teaching English in as it, subject, "The Perils of a Back- j Jagper ^ School -n Jasper! Texgs Cassie Joe Ledbetter, Pill of Wisdom Selected Next Sunday morning the Young! People's Sunday School class taught j by Rev. Virgil H. Fisher of the Poly- j technic Methodist Church, will have i YoaTtum, graduate of '30, is teaching Science , Yoakum ' hands of receivers School, ward Look." Read the story of Lot's i wife, of Abraham's regrets, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 September 1930

- % & Q> ' Friday, Sfptrmbcr 26, 1930. THE HANDOUT. Pug* Thjrt«. RUSH WEEK CLAIMS ATTENTION OF STUDENTS "Happy days are here again I" September 16 brought many; 4 us back to the campus from a hot, happy and busy vacation and .-itill more of us to the campus for the first time. And the menu has been parties, parties, and more parties ever since. ,.Not - day was allowed to pass until the feting,and dining of the fresh-! men began. Last week it was to orient them into the ways of the; "heart of dear old Texas where the blue and gold are waving." j This week it has been to show them what a real "rush week" isj like. And HUSH is the right word for it. The air has fairly; buzzed from morning until night as first one society and then the: ither has planned and decorated and sung and played and acted j and eaten and talked. But alack, alas, 'tis nearly over—tonight; will witness the final event of the week's full calendar as the Korosophians entertain with a formal party at the Unive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 September 1930

Page Four. THE HANDOUT Friday, September 26, 1930. LIFE OF MRS. MARY L. HARGROVE WAS DEVOTED TO STUDY OF BIBLE The death of Mrs. Mary Lipscomb Hargrove, for nine yefirs professor of Bible and religious education at Texas Woman's College, on June 29, at the home of her son in Linn, Mo., i marked the passing of a woman who ! gave almost the whole of her 75 j years to the study of one book, the j Bible. By the time Mary Lipscomb was six years old her mother, had read the book through to her, and the child had memorized many passages from its pages. The mother of Mary was not interested in the Bible for; its historic background or its theo- logical doctrine, but she was inter- ested in it as a guide to right living, and used it as the basis for her daughter's education. In 1873, she married Tom Hargrove. In 1896, he died suddenly as he was conducting a morning worship serv- ice. Mrs. Hargrove secured a posi- tion in Granada, Miss., College as a teacher. Later she went to Scarritt Bible ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1930

a The Handout Published by Students of T EX A S WO M A N S COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930. NO. 2. faculty Sponsors Pres. Announces Chosen by Classes Faculty Committees • j . Student Counselor and Y.W.C.A. Seniors Select Miss 1 etiey>, Sponsor Are Included Sophs, Miss Cochran; and jn Lisl Fish, Miss Althaus. i President H. E. Stout has announc- Miss Maude A; Peftey, busar, was et] the faculty committees for the elected co-sponsor of seniorplass with ; school year of 19.50-31. '.They are as Professor Irving Ball. Miss Kathrynj follows: Organization For ; "Y" DRIVE FOR Orchestra Is Made NEW MEMBERS BEGINS MONDAY Rehearsals Are Held at 7 on Wednesday; Glee Club Will Meet Tapig'ht. 0 Orchestra members for this year haye been chosen by Dean Carl Vcnth, director, as follows: Violins—Lillian Dunaway, Midland; Mozelle Lundy, Ft. Worth; Ajm Shypp, of Stout, F. B. Isely, dean and professor| Ft- Worth; Mrs. I'annie Pearce, Ft, Prograiris Will Re Presented in Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1930

v J fir** Page two. W THE HANDOUT Official student newvptpvr, pub- j lished by the Stu.ieM A * 1 Texas Wowas'fi College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort < Worth, Texas. Office, first floor <ft Administr.'j! !?•;iUii ■ ■ * T Tf E II x X DOT t Friday, Odober 3, 1930. "Gumbo On ik'e L'iiler'a- sivor.<l c •«{•• Sept. 192C, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March By O. L, Moor® i'erhajis •-. '; i f t ii: divert a- ' tlo« has no meaning for you; but,, if' you do jtflov it-v rij^nif iciiaeo, yeu will -e.on oouviticod that !( U a rv ' appropriate heading. Down in Louisiana. in jno^t a ay Firing Line ttle C reou In safe, yfia can buy a S, Ifift). Subscription Rate.. Mfember of Texas lnteicolb . *• Press Association. ..51.00 per year iat.e ' EDITORIAL T\ 1 i'1 of !.:teann:v: hot f- ! called "Climb', Whan you begin to analyze its con- ! •t'ontx. yo find that nearly everything you ever heard of, and some other ! thirds' besid®, • have been used.in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1930

«r Friday, October d 19.10. THE HANI* OrT Page Tli^ee, THt Freshman Qh anings ie Wild Nizht pllK't;, bsj V i; with the Sometime* S8B FIRST I.KTTEK HOME l>ear Esmeralda: T, W. C. is a right en of course it doesn't caWJp ,]ear high school at home. when life # particularly hards that is to say. "when we have an extra hard Spanish ks?on. I wish I ha<; neve* left home. Every* tijne T get a tcUer I'fnm ferae, ray rovwiaaiu a< f I tt duet, - I cry solo an<! she erica har- mony, Of course, it's one ol tlu? nujfifit rules down here* that you ca^ t ' hour. J C r)i • r« yearning standing, work. and the hearts, h atm personal ex- gists binding ether Ui n } en onuor- God'* .)'L at n«uj- Kiiri i rtable 'ert ip tu girts' Blow TO THE Vt 1X1) Wmd! Blow all dfly long Fill my hear* with yfcmr cheerful sops;1 Ik ; qun.: ryJ Blow out doubt, ! And leave there. Jijimgr am, P«a«- it's pair, ; : at:«j course; feetly respt 1 r two A. 5f. Off ii'.e loaded vehicle four lanky yo. !'.- jumped-.--thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 3 October 1930

.X J Page Four, THE HANDOUT Friday,.flgtohcr 1M0. - / / i. y The Night Before Fish Day ' "Say, will ya' step on it—they're coming—they just mada the last cor- ner!—Mercy Virgie, nobody said take the fir 6 p>iug along—■ "And - say, whA driving, you or mo? I suppose—Hold your hats! And about that time the loaded coupe hit a curb and launched into some- body's front yard. "I told you so! See, if— "Yeah, well, shut up! We at least "ditched the soph?. Lot's get gone and get that flag." "What are you going to do about, the car?" e- "Ar. nothing now. I tel you we must get that flag—the sophs are on the warpath, and ^fooling." That was the beginning of the night before the eventful Fish Day— but it waa far from being the end. Those six freshmen who had piled in that car were getting the "thrill their lives. Each one was alert and ready. Up to the house they ran —the house in whith that* flag, that almost sacred fla|*, had been under lock and key, for over a month—not one lock and key, bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 October 1930

& '*4f <fc The Handout TE X A S Published by Students of WO M A N S COLL EQE .VOLUME XV. WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY; OCTOBSr 10, 1930. « NO. 3 Miss .O'Neal To Be Staff Is Selected . "Miss Polytechnic" By Txwoco Editor Pep Squad and Drum Corps to Take Part in Civic Celebration. Miss Evelyn* O'Neal, Fort Worth, has been chosen ''Miss Polytechnic" for the celebration to'night opening «thc East Fourthly Street, underpass. Miss O'Neal #nd' her attendants, Misses' Margaret Halsell of Lubbock and Bessie Stradley of Tularosa, Nyw ^ Mexico, will be in the parade- in a flower-covered* floSt. Another float will carry the T. C, U. pep squad and drum corps under the leadership of Misses Kathryn Watts, Center, and Kate Farmer, Alvord. Miss O'Neal is a junior, is vice- president of the S. M. K. Literary Society is" junior business manager of fbe Txwoco, is a class represent.'*-'-' tive to the legislative board, is trea- surer .of the Panther City Club, is a member 8£ the Y. W..C, A. cabi- net and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 October 1930

o c Page Two. - .THE H — ■ . & — - -•= rpfir?. l_J A MlVST IT P°ssiblc for a11 people. Too ofteft- rlL J J/t-INI when we talk of the Y. W.'C. A. we think in terms of.just ourselves as Official student newspaper, pub- students. But looking at it in, its lished by the Student Association of rightful setting, and realizing its' Texas Woman's College every .Friday part in a* tremendous world-wide or- in the regular school year, at Fort ganization, we thrill with a new im- Worth, Texas. Office, first floor portance at being individuals with the of Administration Building. « ability to share in some of the amaz- — — — ing changes that are happening, not Entered as second , class matter, on]y jn ^ ^ of wQm butJn Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoff.ee at inter.national policies and trends> Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of JesUs bogin3- with indivi(lual excel, March 3, 1819. lence. His great word is "As Thy- Subscription Rj^C $tK)0 per year se^"'' ^ w'se selfishness is a pri- _ mary ess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 October 1930

Friday, October 10, 1930. THE HANDOUT J Page Three. [• PERSONALS The Freshman '« ^ Miss Jmogene Cumhiings, Alvarado, spent the week end in the city with Miss Martha Ward. Miss Veryl Walden, Alvarado, had as her guest this week-end, Misses " Becky Campbell, Sybil Pope, and w Viva Jean Walden, all from Alvara-■ do. Miss Dorine Morgan who was a freshman in T. W. C., last year"is with her mother at Harris hospital and says she will be, back within the second school semester. Misses Frances Morton, "Prances Flyn, Rosa Nell Cross all of Strawn spent the week-end at home. fa ©- Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Munday, •will visit their daughter Christine, in Boaz,Benbrook this week-end. J, C-. Quin and John Luton of N. T. A. C., Arlington, visi,ted Miss Juanita Shirley, AFloydada, send Miss, Clarice Ashley, Goldwaite. Paul Harder of Dallas visited Miss Sceleta Rogers this past week-end. Miss Rogers will have as her guest this week her last year's roommate, Miss Ruth Simpson, and Missa*Mar- garet Riel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 October 1930

Page Four. THE HANDOUT Friday, October 10, 1939. Faculty to Make Y.IV.C.A. Presents Kindergarten Is " Plans For Year Activities In Skit Like Fairyland ZfZlSlTyTLT ' Liberal Arts faculty will hold its first regular meeting next Wednes- day afternoon, Oct. 15, at 4:30, Plans will be formulated and pro- grams S^made fik1 other meetings of the college year. (, £ . JfWC'A Drive for Members and Finance Closes (.Continued from Page 1) ed the Y. W. C. A., to the students in chapel Wednesday. Tuesday, Dean F, B. Isely directed the program in chapel, presenting the Y. W. C. A., sponsor, Miss Elizabeth Myatt, pro- fessor of Romance languages. Miss Grounds explained to the stuc^nt body what a world wide program . Y. W. C. A., really ^s • _ Monday night, at the> Y. W. C. A., building in the city a dinner was held for workers of the financial cam- paign. Approximately eighteen <vere present. Dean Isely spoke to the girls on "the relation of money and personality. "Personality," he said, "is...

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