McMurry War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 4, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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McMURRY WAR WHOOP
T. I. P.'s IN MEET AT
Tin. T. I. P.'s girl- -cent so-
cicl) (if McMurr). were entei-
lailiril .it tin- limiir of Ora I aye
llcflev lit I2.".H Ji.initti. I.i-t I ri-
day evening. t this muting
three gobellc- became full fledg-
til 'I. I. P.'s a- the) underwent
the initiation tercmoii). Gob-belle-
initiated were: Josephine
Niviik Llic Pearl Couth anil
Al tln meeting a social tal-
endcr fur the ri imiinili-r of the
ytar u.i' iu.iiiiil out for the T.
I. I'.'. nml plans were made for
a li.iiiiint to In held tin latter
pait ol MiikIi.
A snlail plali was served to
tlir following: Llizaheth Rowyer.
Orn I aye llcflev Murgucrile
Harrow. I.utilli' Green Annie
liulli l.a-lus t.uroline Couth Jo-
sephine Ni vuis l.ltie IVarl
(.ouih Julia llowyrr anil the
sponsors Mii Willie Mai- Chris-
topher ami Caroline Couth.
FltKK Delivery Service Anytime
V. R. ALLEN GROCERY & MARKET
Phone 0220- -6227
"You Can't Bent Allen's Pi ice"
609 Oak Street
To The K.it'ulty and Student Body or MiMiiny College:
on an- invilid to sit Abilene'- new i.isli tl goods store
wheie nu mil find newest goods for men wiiimn hovs ami
JONES DRY GOODS COMPANY
Pine .11 lid M
IIORsI ! A IKiltsn n KINGDOM I OH IIORSL
M NIW Ol I'l'IT TO WI H Will 1 HIDI
in n -liipinent of Ladies' Hreci lies and Jodihurs Ml
-mill mi'iiis S2 2."i and up.
I adit-' Hunts now mil) SH.95
I .It I ipii-trii-iiiic ll.its $2 15
DUB WOOTEN CO.
Athletic and Spurting Goods
107 Ninth 2nd Phone H9H
M.'maine snlisi tiption woikers and mw inauageis write iiu-
mediutrl) lor vei) bet student -i Imlai-liip offers of leading
publishers Can be worked there now Permanent posi-
linns if ept rn in ed also -uininei crews lut I S and lot
eign leriilnrv. lor full details write
The Collegiate Scholarship Institute
21') Republic Hldg. Miami. Fla
; Liberal Reduction
! on Entire Stock
I of beautiful new spring
't -hoc for iolleg men and
1 w onsen. Illue tdioes in.i)
! shoes brown blink while
anil combination'. peuiiv
saved i a penny earned
Take u leMiu in the. art of
saving munev at
( oiin Imiiis 'of riiloiailn luili
nil (until ill ll'ttellllllll ol ''it 2
."I 'lllil .'.fl VWts Oil till- (IUIIlll-1
Mnmliiv .'mil spent Hie ninht
with nlil fiii'iiiK
Clinili- CimU L-uiiliiiti. of VIM
niiiveil on the i.iiupiis 'I Imr-iliiv
In u-it with Iiii-iiiI" nml lo Ink
Ml the I II. II luiliipiel. Cook
iniiki's his Iiimiii' in l".l I'asn. 1
Mi ami Mis l II I'm ley of
(iiimiiii slopped to Kit with their
il.inghlci Iti'ttv Wrduciiluy
rhe weie mi then was to Sun
I'l.iinis ilNins of Ijinii'a Ms
itnl with Ii Mil ("lav Inn anil Will
Minns lust week eml
lte nml Mis M II Noiwooil
of Albany wile on the uiuipu-
this past week lle. .Noiwooil
was milking plans in legunl to
the -uininei asm mlih vvhiih
meets in lnleni- in June
Mi. anil Mis I. Him i hill o(
I'.l I'aso lme I u i-ltlMK Vll
ginm this past wi ck
A Ms (ii.ilimn who is tcui hiun
all other Engagements!!
SHOE PARTY I
Week. March to 1 1
PUK'KI) AS LOW AS
NO IllGUKR PUK'K TH VN i
Tlit following clipping contain-
ing the new- ol Ihc wedding of
two popular former student- was
received in the offite this week:
'I he i ultninulioii ol a college
roiuanic materialized in the wed-
ding of Miss liirl Might and Mr.
Aris Tullcj width was solemn-
ied Tuesday February 1 1th in
Uovis New Mexico.
The teremony was performed
Ii) the pastor of the First Metho-
dist (.hurtli of that cit).
Mrs. Tallc) is the accomplish-
td daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ltirl
Might of Spur Texas and was a
s'udent in MtMurry College Abi-
lene when she met Mr Tulle)
two )cars ago when he was like
wi'c attending the same college.
She has attended West Texas
Slate Teachers College Canyon
-itiit that time.
'I he groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Tulle) promi
neni (ilizens of Miami. Arvis
was a graduate of the Miami
High Sthool in (he class of 1 9215
and attended Me.Murry College
Ahilene the following two years
During the past two years he has
In en assUtinj. his lather in slock
'I he popular young couple will
make their home at the ranch
imtmdiatelv following the Fat
Stoi k Show in Fort Worth in
'I hey ure receiving the hearty
ttiugrululatious of their uiimer-on-
MeMurry students will retnem-
hei ltirl 10 r her many activities.
She was a meuilier of the If ar-
il Amii stuff a member of the
Pie tlnb the Philo connect
id with the Art Slalf ol Vie To-
I "i and u W'ah Wahluysee. llirl
alteuded MtMurry uiudemy dur-
ing I929-I0 and wus a freshman
the fir-t -eme-ter of 19.51)31
and the -cioud -emester of I()1-
.2. Arvis i- alo well known lo
MuMurry students unending this
tol lege lor two years 1029-.10
and I9UMI. Me was a member
ol the Indian Hand and the I. M.
Abilene Center For
League Contests In
Unlene is a ili-trfu tenter for
luterstholastit League typewiit-
ing and art lo be held soon. The
arts exhibit is to be urrunged for
judging at Simmons University
with .Nils- A. M. Carpenter teach-
er of urt in that -ihool in charge.
The t) pew riling is to be held
under the supervision of R. G.
( ole Abilene high school teacher.1
-I WONDF.H WHY?
smn r. smiih
Some suken and die at once.
Others lingei on lor months;
Nil lei ing uuiili misery
Lonemg for eteimt) ;
ll.wl 1. Il I .1.. ....ft .....l..r.lu...l
ji- ... ii. f iiii iiii.ii -iaiiii
Jsuili i- hie wild mortal man
Si cm- lo be agaiu-t his will
lie's sublet. t to human ills
1 nun ihe iradle to the grave
I hev come to infant and to sage.
In life's path flowers ure strawn.
lint some have a piercing thorn.
I lul pinks lm.hrart so deep
It i.iu-e- us to -oielv weep.
Roth footsore and anguish soul
Ml pre on t'ward the goal;
hoi the bleed Lord knows best
Vud someday Me will give sweet
To all who serves Mim here '
In that sweet home over there.
in ( iiLsbvtoii whs on the ftiinpus
Miss Helen Ijithmit has been
culled to Dublin to he with her
.ruudlunlhcr who is set musty ill
Mr luiiies F Freeman nml
Mihltvil Davis went lo LubbooU
last Salunlav. redlining lo Ah
ilene Sundii) uftuinoon Mis.
Kiveuiiiii retui lied with them
Mie bus been with her mother
who ban been neriously HI.
I al 1 II
Ldilor. Nclfl Mr. Col Llbrjrun ol
lit Crmgir Public Library . an AbiUn
urilrr whoa work .t attracting tridf-
pfrjd attention. I fr rtorni tuv cti-
prarrd in nugnnmi and itcwipapcft in
man ct In. Amu i tiuguintc to which
Irf Kit rontnbulru ihr lollowjng art in-
cluJ.J !Iki Si DjU P. t.rt. K.lci.
dorcinr Torch n. r r Sjnnti Vqurmrrr
Ih Lanlrrn. Am.n rn rortry VoKrc
Priori I rut l..rl.i Nrwr Abilrrw
rintrt Wrirrrn V L v anj j numbt
Mr. Col I tt mrnJtrr nl ttu Pniv
Socirty of Tfxai. nj it pemtdtt of
th AbiUrif PtHtry Sm.ity7
By Mrs. Maude E. Cole
Ihroush the efforts of the Ab
ilene club women tunas lor the
liinliling of Lamegie Library were wa a loiming for something that
obtained. Helore this these wome.i 5tiiebow. se bad failed to find
had organized a small library ) so . fiIMi ier talking to her
which otcupied a spaie in the niajl Js se prepares her toilet
Stilli home. This home wus then wishing that -he tould see the
in the place now ottupied by the Messiah she bus heard -o many
Carnegie building. W hile the new talk about." continued Mrs. Kirk
building was under construction "We see her again walking in
the books were moved lo a build tIL. garden in the twilight but
lug across the sluet. and here tere is a radiance and a glow
Mrs. 1). 1). Parrainore. ihe city's ahout her face that has never
first librarian loaned books from hi-en there before. She lias met
three until si eath day in the ie Christ and ha fallen at H's
u"'k- feet to worship. So happy was
When Ihe tauiegie building was vie .ai le rowe IL. ox 0f
fini-hed the citv appointed a precious ointment and washed Mi-
board of tru-lee- and turned the feet ala wiped them with h-r
management of the library over air. And in that hour -he found
to them. It is the duty of this tle pMre that pa-eth under-
hoard to mtet once a month for standing: and the world is fur
the purpose of business pertaining different than she has ever Iream-
to the library. This board okeys t.l it t0 le. .nd as she walks
hills for books and other supplies throuah the garden in the twi-
turned in to them by the librarian HJt she is dreaming of the hour
and turns them to the city secre- spent at the feel of the Christ
lary who pays from the fund set ier :rst is iiuenthed. she lives
aside for the library by the city. Him. We too. may find the
Lver so many who patronize the dmst as did Mary the Magda-
hbzrar) think until otherwise in- lene. if we but look up in faith."
formed that a Carnegie librury concluded Mrs. Kirk
is siippnrled by a fund set aside -- - --
liv Andrew Larnegie. One woman
went so far as to a-k why we did
not demand money from the Car-
negie Fndowmeul Fund to replace
1 II II i
our baillv worn hook- and -lie
nil- C- IIJIU IU lOIlVlllt't' 1UUI
Carnegie Fndnwment did not take
care ol our library.
When this library board was
organized Mrs. J. 1!. Duke was
iho-en as president and has till
ed this office sime the opening
of Ihe library in l09. Mrs. J.
M. Radford who now fills the of-
fice of vice president was ihe first
Irea-urer and -ened many years
Mrs. George W. MeDaniel. who
was appointed treasurer when
Mrs. Radford resigned and has
served for the pu-t thirteen year-.
Mrs. A. E. Morris was the first
sicrelurv this place was later fill-
ed bv Mrs. Fred Cockerel who
servtd until l2'). After Mrs.
Cockerel's resignation Mrs. Dig.
bv-Coherts -crved for a time Ihen
next lame Mr
J. It. Heitihew
..inn uiv iici. uuiiiiiiii; wus up.
ened .Miss lav lor was
librarian and served until 1919
Miss Kllu Reuding served until
l')2tl. Mrs. W. L. Grogim was
then appointed and served until
I92(i. Mrs. Maude E. Cole now
lihiamu was appointed in 1926
liv 1921) Ihe ilemand for books
had so increased it became iie es-
sarv lo employ an assistant libra
nan. Among lho.se who have -er
veil as assistants are Mrs. Reno
Silunidt. Mrs Frank Dearing
Mis Luther Lair Miss Emily
Piesjon and Miss Helen Thomp-
son. Mis- Sheltou was ap)oinled
night librarian m ll'2.i and bus
filled the place u to the piesent
lime. Mr. M. Liiius one of tlie
old pioneers was m.ida custodian
of the building in 191)) and serv-
ed twentv vears. W hen Mr. Liiius
resigned a Mr. Perkins was em
ployed for one year since that
time the place has been filled by
From u small beginning the li-
brarv has steadily grown and in
spite of drougths whith brought
about crop failure in spile of the
World W'ar and the last three
vears of depression it has stood
with open doors ami like a cool
ing luuutaiu bus iiuenched the
thirst of eouullevs "eager minds.
From the beginnjng of a few hun-
dred it has grown to nineteen
thousand three hundred volumes
and from a membership of three
to sixteen thomaiul. From cir-
culation of fifteen tu thirty book
llllll IIUII -Cue- 'I .1 I I I- I
Mi.i iiii "ho think bigness he m being
an) library records have been1 . i i . .i i-i
I ' i ii .. i .i . -. tough wander into the librarv
lost oi so bairn scattered that it r . i .- - .. . .
: I . . more through curto-uv than othei-
is impossible to give the names . r ' i . i i i
.i i i i p i ... wise and are caught hv u book
ol all who have served on this i r. i .i . i
i . . i i . .. r . . .i Dav after day they return and
board but t is fair lo sa they r. .- .i . i i-
i i. . i "i -i i after a time their touahness ills.
Iiave given much toward bui d- n i i i
... i i t . appears liecause hook heroes uie
mg ol an instution. which if pat- ' ' . .. .. . .
. i r i l- never dirty neither are thev but-
romzeil goes Jar toward making . ..... i r- i
i f. e lies these little fellows soon find
better citizens. . . ..in
iiii . i .' thev have started all wrong so
MRS. KIRK SPEAKS
m MISCIftH DANn
" lHItAJlvrl 1nill
Mnry the Magdalen vvas the
topic studied b) the Mission
Hand on last Friday evening. The!
scripture lesson wus taken from
the fifth coupler of Malthew
"lllesed ure they which do bun-
ger and thirst ufter righteous-
ness (or they shall be filled"
and a read by Mattie Helen
Mrs Luther Kirk read. Mary
the Magdalene "a most beauti-
ful anil pitturc-ipie character of
the New Testament and a devot-
ed follower of the Christ while he
walked anion men.' said Mrs.
Kirk. "Mary was a very beauti-
ful primes-; she bad almost
every thing thai her heart tould
desire and vet she was unhappy
)0wii deep in her heart there
a dav the circulation ha- grown
to an average of two hundred and
seventv five a dav num da-
more than four hundred books are
Not every one in the city real-
izes the part a good library plays
in the development of its citizens.
Some mav think of it as a place
where lazv folk lounge and read
when they should bo otherwise oc-
tupied. If you are one who feeN
thus about this wonderful institu-
tion spend an afternoon here;
watch the youths of the town as
ihey come in droves from ward
sthools the high sthool and the
colleges to search for information
on subjects assigned them bv their
Next to the home and the
thurih the library is the finest
place in the world for a boy.
One seldom bear of a hoy who
early forms the habit of reading
gooil books commiltiii
s ... .
. sometimes dirty little
j. i i . .
Ihev lace about anil strive tu emu.
'ae ''le'r le'inel heroes.
1'oor indeed is Ihe citv that can
not or will not support a library.
10 lbs Good SPUD 10c
Ke.ui Our Hot Specials
C. M. PRESLEY
v House of Quality"
Jl 1U9 S. Fint SL Dial tttltVt i
' Abilcna J
In bilenc it is
Home of Natural Milk
With Cream that "Whips"
Phone 6277 .th and Chestnut
I Want To Be Your
Commissioner Plaee 1
City of Abilene
Four Stores Four Markets
On Mil iim Operated by
J. I'. A'itin tin I 5j.i
In the len'.er of N r.h SnL
Wheie Mule e Dines and
Traveler- re Welconi
$68000 WAS SPENT
To perfect the tirst bottle of
The ink that cleans vour pen a- it writes. All colors come
in bottles with leak proof taps
Phone 722.T Vbilene. Texas 27.1 Cypress
WE CATER TO ALL SCHOOL
Fiank Beatty. Mgr.
266 CYPRESS STREET
at lowest prices
North of Campus
& Vegetable Co.
Phone 5271 L.D. 15
They Taste Better
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McMurry War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 4, 1933, newspaper, March 4, 1933; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100671/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting McMurry University Library.