The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, February 27, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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Womeiz & Honor Organization
M7 Initiate Twenty Tonight
Twenty new members of the "W"
club women's honor organization
will take their club vows in a formal
and tradition-steeped ceremony to-
night at 8 o'clock in the parlors of
Initiation will be under the charge
of Dorothy Pinkcrton club presi-
dent; Twala Copeland vice-president
and Marjoric Hathorn secre-
tary. Each established member of
the club will take part in the cere-
mony. New members for the spring se-
mester aro Martha Fayc Malloy Lu-
cille Robcrson June Scllcn Gwcn-
dell Smith Lois McBride Mary
Prudic Storey Lottie Nettcrvllle
Judy Hill Mary Hclon McAnnulty
Louise Giles Sybil Short Maxinc
Hlsc Ernestine Shclton Ila Belle
Coffman Betty Rose Kcnnamcr Lot-
tic B. Hobbs Pat Loc Dorothy Ur-
ban Mary Bess Hardgravc and
Hardgravc and Geraldine Stephen-
son Old members attending will be
Joyce Butler Jeanne Lawyer Lea
June Sellen Directs
Of British Romance
Kipling's Tho Courting of Dinah
Shad adapted for radio and direct-
ed by June Scllcn was broadcast
from the campus over KRBC Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:30.
Richard Walker was cast as Ter-
race Mulvancy and Elaine Johnson
as Dinah Shad. Others in the cast
include Wallace Jackson Wayne
Mickey Evelyn Crenshaw and love
story of a private in tho British ar-
Cat Band Entertains
In Evening Program
ACC's Wildcat Band entertained the
visiting lectureship audience Tues-
day evening at 7:15 with a 45-minute
Grant Sharman was featured in a
trombone stct arrangement of
"Love's Enchantment" accompanied
by the band.
Nnmbors by the full band were "El
Caballcro" a Spanish march by J.
Olivadati; "Raymond Overture" by
Ambrose Thomas; "Amparito Roca"
a Spanish march by Jaime Texicor;
"Wedding of the Winds" waltz by
John T. Hall.
The Choice of West Texans and The Choice of ACC
Thoy Taste Better"
Milk Ice Butter Ice Cream
You Can't Go Wrong the Right-Way
JOHN OWENS Campus ReprMeaUtlre
I Oak StiMt PJw 52M
Short Lurline McGregor Rosamond
Colley Eleanor Barton Ethclyn Mc-
Vlckcr Adelaide Harvey Ellcnc Jen-
nings Addle Belle Carr Wanda May
Christine Brown Ruth Ncwklrk Im-
ogene Southard Lavcrnnc Daughter
Barbara Collins Louis Wooslcy
Twala Copeland Marjoric Hathornc
Dorothy Pinkcrton and Miss Burya
Mac Moore sponsor.
Members Of "W" Club
At Annual Silver Tea
In the traditional setting of red
and white members of the "W" club
were hostesses at the annual "W"
club Silver tea last Wednesday af-
ternoon from 4:00 to 6:00 in the par-
lors of the girls' hall.
The money collected at the Silver
tea which is a traditional part of
every lecture will be added to a
loan fund sponsored by the club to
benefit worthy students in ACC.
The ACC sextet made up of Nor-
ma Ruth Moscr Jeanne Lawyer
Alice Alcnc Morlan Mary Sue Hook-
er Betty Williams and Lucille Win-
ters furnished the program by sing-
ing "Romance of Old China" "None
but the Lonely Heart" and "White
Cliffs of Dover."
Receiving the guests were Dorothy
Pinkcrton president; Twala Cope-
land vice-president; Marjorie
Hathornc secretary; Barbara Collins
treasurer; and Miss Burnya Mac
Moore sponsor. Adelaide Harvey
presided at the registration book.
Other members of the club assisted
Army Chaplain Speaks
At Evangelistic Forum
President Don H. Morris spoke on
speech fundamentals and Fred Mc-
Clung of California told of his work
as an army chaplain at the Evange-
list Forum last Friday night
Following arc the appointments
for young preachers last'Sunday:
Doyle Banta Knott; Bonnie Fudge
Wcincrt; Jlmmle Wood Jayton;
Boyd Taylor Bronte; William E.
McDanidl Millersview; Jlmmle Fow-
ler Hamlin; Leroy Garrett Hamlin;
J. W. Roberts Cahoma; Wayne Mick-
ey Brown wood; James Johnson
Strawn; Owen Aiken Swans Chapel;
Ned Fairbanc Cottonwood; Richard
Walker Moran; Dcrrell Westmor-
land Hilton; Earnest Finlcy Putnam.
Zeta Alpha Chapter
Ol Alpha Psi Omega
Initiates Four Actors
Four new members of the Abilene
Christian college Zcta Alpha chapter
of Alpha Psi Omega national honor
dramatic fraternity will be initiated
In a formal candlelight ceremony at
the home of Mrs. A. B. Morris Tues-
day evening. Students attaining
enough points in dramatic activity
for membership this year arc Elaine
Johnson Edithlyn Thompson Mar-
gie Hancy and Mary Prudic Storey.
Decorations for the initiation cere-
mony will be in organization colors
blue and gold.
Present members of the national
fraternity in ACC's chapter are June
Scllcn P. H. Hill Pat Patterson and
Student Art Work
Shown Lecture Week
By Tittle's Classes
Student art work of ACC was on
exhibition in the studio of the de-
monstration building all this week
displaying a wide variety of art
forms and signatures of 20 young ar-
tists. Posters advertising the coming lec-
ture of Rockwell Kent noted artist
author and lecturer on March 10 in
downtown Abilene wer especially
featured in the exhibit. Types of art
work on show were dry brush sten-
cil figure drawing block print pen
and ink mottoes pencil oil design
in tempera potato block print fin-
ger palntig poster design masks
and figures in pipestem cleaners.
Students of Miss Juanita Tittle
whose works were on parade during
the week were Gwcndcll Smith
Margie Hancy Lou Scoggins Azclca
Daughtry Wannetta Cole Grlffie
Cook Ann Ramsey Mary Winston
Mildred Krcager Halycon Stagncr
Jack Dunn Clco Tcmplcton Lucille
Young Jean McGcc Ellene Jen-
nings Jack Barnsford Norman
Whitcfield Sybil Shorf Guy Evans
Max Watson Nancl Isaac Ernestine
Shelton Dora Richardson Jean
Black Gertha Lowe and Addic Belle
Several new articles of equipment
have been added to the studio's col-
Make No Delay in
Bringing us those sick
shoes and we'll make
No-De-La in healing
JEWELER 8c OPTOMETRIST
"Over A Quarter Century"
126 PINE ABILENE
Young People's Meeting
' - -s
Monday March 2. 1042 6t30 P. M.
THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST
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Reading I Thess. 4: 13-18
A. We know that He is coming. Definitely established.
Jno. 14: 1-3; Mt. 10:27; Acts 1:0-11; I Cor. 11:20; Hcb. 0:27-28.
B. We know how He is coming.
Acts 1:9-11; Mt. 24:30-31; Rev. 1:7; I Thess. 4:10; I Thess. 3:13;
Jud6 14; II Thess. 1:8-9.
A. We know what shall happen when He comes.
Jno. 5:28-29; Mt. 13:49-50; Mt. 25:40; Acts 17:30-31; Rom. 14:11-
12; Rev. 20:12-15.
B. We DO NOT know When He is coming.
Many dates have been set - all failed.
He has not come invisibly as some contend.
Rev. 1:7; Mat. 24:44; II Pet. 3:9-10; Mt 24:37-39; I Thess. 5:1-0.
Song leader .
Reads At Coffee
For Wives Of Agents
June Sellen senior dramatic arts
student read at a coffee for the
wives of visiting Amicable Life In-
surance salesmen Saturday afternoon
in the Colonial room of the Wootcn
hotel. Mrs. Hollis Manlcy was host-
ess. Poems read were Paul Lawrence
Dunbar's "Encouragement" "Da
Llttla Boy" by T. A. Daly "Miss
Tithinwithcr at the Prize Fight" a
radio sketch; and "John Anderson
My Joe" by Burns.
Mrs. A. B Morris speech depart-
ment head of ACC attended the
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Darrel WcstmorelanV. M. Whlteslll
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Mrs. Walter Adams
Of All-American Songs
Mrs. Walter A. Adams presented
an all-American song recital in cha-
pel last Thursday.
Program chairman was Paul
Southern Introducing the following
numbers for Mrs. Adams: "Home on
the Range" "Swanee River" by
Foster "My Own America" by
Alley Rubel and as an encore
"Can't You Hear Me Callln' Caro-
line?" She was accompanied at the
piano by Miss Mona Sich.
I say discuss all and expose all
I am for every topic openly Walt
There's something pleas-
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