The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 21, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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SUMMER MARRIAGE OF MISS GRACE
LITTLEFIELD IS MADE KNOWN HERE
Coming as a surprise to her
friends was the announcement of
tho marriage of Grace "Babe" Lit-
tlefield of Elida N. M to A. .
Evans also' of 'Elida N. M. in the
home of the Church of Christ min-
ister. The romance of the couple
starjed when the couple attended
high school together in Elida.
Miss Littlcficld was an out
standing student on tho campus.
Among her many honors was her
membership in the Ko Jo Kai
club an outstanding member of
the Kitten Klub and her sopho-
more year was her class repre-
sentative to the Kitten Klub Kami-
vol. She was also a member of
the Press Club and her sophomore
year was a representative to the
Miss Littlcficld was especially
talented in music. Last year she
save her junior piano recital and
served as musician for the choral
Mr. Evans attended West Point
Both Mr. and. Mrs. Evans plan
to attend the University of Mex-
ico this year.
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WITH GOBS ABOARD
The good ship Tuscorora man-
ned by eighteen pirate seamen
barnacled and sea ltokrv stagger
er at her motors chimed her bells
and pulled herself from Port Op-
timist on Monday night and set
her stem for the deserted island
in the Lytic Lake region.
On board the ship to furnish
the evening's entertainment for
the hardened sailors were three
land lubbers who were first cm-
barking upon their marine career.
The first bit of the night's wild
orgy of initiation into the realm
of Father Neptune came for the
lubber trio when poetry song
and speech (with gestures) were
asked for in the Skipper's Cabin
at Port Optimist. The crew in-
furiated by the program put forth
by the poor gobs set the Tuscoro-
ra motors to roaring and set out
for greener waters.
At Lytle Shore the three begob-
bed gobs were burdened down
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WILMA KENDRICK HOSTESS
J P P V V Sr
PLEDGES AT TEA
At the home of Wilma Ken-
drick this afternoon a tea was held
for tho purpose of tnnounciug the
G.A.T.A. pledges for the year.
The following pledges were an-
nounced t the meeting! Lucy Kit-
trell McComh of Conroe Yvonne
Cox Corjius Christi Mary Coffee
Amarillu Lucille Holmes Hills-
boro Mary Jo Hart Daird and
Dallas Kathcrine Smith of Abi-
lene. Members pruscnt were Elizabeth
Drcwcr president Mary L. Ses-
sions vice president Louise Mc-
Kinzic Seo'y. Mildred Willis re-
porter and Wilma Kcndrick. Ex-
members present were Waurine
Tittle and Mrs. Fred McKinzie.
EXES MEET WITH
The Trojans met Monday night
with all of tho present members
in attendance and two ex-members
visiting. Clovis Watson and Stcr-
1 ling Parker exes of '32 were the
' visiting exes.
I The meeting was taken up with
planning a social in the near fu-
ture and concerning filling of va-
cancies in the club's roster left
by members who graduated the
with a pail of rum concocted by
McCook the Cook and sandwich-
es built by the same. Then with
the moon rising on the water and
fishermen's lights flickering thith-
er and yon to make a grand gal-
axy of lighting effect the cmbib-
iug gormands partook freely of
grub and many a talc was told.
The gobs sat by in silence on
guard lest the Indians might make
a sudden attack and would not
he persuaded to wine or dine. A
sudden cloudburst showered one
of the gobs but a doctor stood by
test pneumonia develop.
Following the eating orgy
came the initiation into the Nep-
tunic Order for the three sea as-
piring gobs. During the process
several S.O.S.'s were broadcasted
but no ship arrived to stand by
the Tuscorora and so the sailors
continued their mystic rites with
the three gobs.
When the three sea softies had
been oiled down for their coming
trans-Atlantic swim they were in
turn given a touching send-oft by
their brother seamen who wished
them bon voyage. Then sixteen
singing setmen left for Port Zell-
nrr and exercised their lungs
while the Zellncr mermaids lean-
ed listening tt their windows.
The crew present: Jack Pope
Sammy Bryan Leo McClung
Wcodie Holden. Herschel North
Dole McCook Elbert Anderson
Maurice Roberts Chester Kcagy
Trine Starncs and John Simmons.
The ex-rrew members present:
Don H. Morris John Paul Gibson
Peter Banowsky Cullen Willis
Wade Banowsky C. W. Cecil and
Gobs: Homer Utley Johnny
Council aid Bill Gray.
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THE STUDENT'S SHOE SHOP"
Let us dye your summer shoes to match
Your Fall Dress
Our solicitors will lie in each hall throughout the year ....
send us your shoe work and be assured of competent service.
Members of the W Club enter-
tained Wednesday afternoon in
the parlors of the girls' dormitory
for freshman girls and all other
girls who have not attended Abi-
lene Christian College before
Miss Virginia Hufstcdler and Miss
Calhoun new members of the fac-
ulty were also honorccs.
Miss Oma Hello Uixlcr presi-
dent of the club met guests at the
door of the large parlor. Others
who helped receive were Misses
Roxie Norton Adalaide Edith
and Margaret Wolfe Olt Hutchin-
sen Essie Itambo Vera Lee Wil-
ma Merle Gladys Arlcdgc Trin-
tic Durchitt Ihirnyu Mao Moore
Elizabeth Nelson Paralcc Patter-
son Pauline Chappie Pansy At-
chison. Mildred Sellers Sarah
Price Hurdclle Adcock Lillian
Arlcdgc and Mcjdamcs Claude
Neilon Nichols E. W. McMillan
and Misses Lucille Watson and
About two hundred girls were
served frosted mint tinkle.
At a regular business meeting
in the home of Estellc Duckworth
Monday aftenoon the P.A.L.S. se-
lected three new officers.
In the vacancy left by Emalyne
Blcvins who is now Mrs. Cole-
man Maxine Hughes was named
vice president. Ilettie Logan
Clay takes the place of Mary Lou-
ise Scott as secretary-treasurer
and Estelle Duckworth was named
reporter in the place of Helen
Stanley who was married during
the summer and did not return to
school this fall.
Plans for the year were discuss-
ed and a club celebration for the
coming Friday 13 the club's
"lucky day" was outlined.
A salad plate was served to
Pauline Hicks Rcba McKinnis L.
C. Fisher. Maxine. Hughes. Hcttie
Logan Clay Agnes Clark Lillie
Marie Clark and the hostess Es-
Pledges named were: Mary
Louise Moore. Eloi'e Hawkins
and Mildred Hicks.
The GRACE HOTEL
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Give Your Dry
$1.25 before Sept. 25th for
Meeting for organization the
Glee club Monday afternoon elect-
cdjts officers for the coming
year. Shirley Morgan was nam-
ed president of the body Weslie
Mickic vice-president Sammy
Bryan scc'y-treas. and Harold
The club elected to meet every
Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. It
was announced by Leonard Bur-
ford director that to letter in the
organization this year a member
must be present at every meeting
course for credit will be allowed
only one cut during the entire
term according to Burford.
of the club. Those taking the
The Optimist is glad to make
a correction of an error which ap-
peared in the last isMic of the pa-
per. It was said that Doctor
Schug received his Ph. D. degree
from David Lipscomb college.1
Doctor Schug received his doctor-1
ate from Peabody in Nashville I
Tenn. He taught in David Lips-
comb college at the same time.
(Continued from pn'c one)
rice Howard of Dallas Oscar
Smith of Houston and C. M. Is-
enhower of Putnam. Miss Hart's
opponents included Lucille Mc-
Coombs of Conroe Elizabeth
Lawrence of Abilene and Ruth
White. Margaret Bell of Abilene
was Miss Holmes only opponent.
Miss Lucille Watson president
of the Kitten Klub urged all
freshmen to attend all athletic ac-
tivities Clint Coleman head
yell leader for this year also ask-
ed the support of freshmen in
"Curly" Cooper business man-
ager of the Prickly Pear urged
all freshmen to have their pictures
made Monday or Tuesday of next
week. The class having the larg-
est per cent of pictures made will
receive a holiday according to
Cooper. The cost of the pictures
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 21, 1933, newspaper, September 21, 1933; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101227/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.