The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 19, Ed. 1, Friday, February 19, 1960 Page: 4 of 4
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Sonic srvcii HIT women stu-
dents will lie among the expected
l.lfiO-plus Ymmi; Woman's Auxil-
iary nienil'eis to attend the .state
housepnrt at Maiy Hirdin-Bay-lor
tothn and tomorrow.
Those pl:intiiiiur to attend from
Ibis -:iiii)iii-4 kcic Farrisa Oad-
liun. Karen Carpenter. Millicent
1'arnell. liatbaia Steadmnn. Shir-
lene Greenwood. Ruby Crane and
J'rs 10 N Nlsev sponsor.
WeeKetid pi ogram personalities
ill im ludi' Miss Millie Pate pro-
motion associate for tlie south-
wi'le YWA department in Birming-
liain. Ala. who will present tbe
YWA di.stmctives Missionary
sjiiaKci's will be Miss Blanche
(!rues inissinn.il y emeritus Hong
Kolia and Mrs Alleura l.al'rairie.
lire(tor of Sell-irs K"si'iie Home
and Adoption (.Vntii. New Orleans
nc(ording to Miss M.irv .lane Neth-
ery state YWA secretary.
Mrs. Woodson Amies Alary
Hardin-Baylor graduate poet and
musician wife of a Fort Worth
pastor will present the Sunday
School lesson. The Rev. Bill Pin-
son Christian Life Commission
employee will deliver the Sunday
Members of tne state Woman's
Missionary Union staff who will bo
present are Mrs. Clem Hardy
president; Miss Hula Mae Hender-
son eecittive secretary; Miss Joy
Phillips Girls' Auxiliary secretary;
.Miss- .Joyce Gill Sunbeam secre-
tary and Miss N'cthory.
Tills is to lie one of two state
houseparties the other to be held
at Hardin-Simmons Fniveisity.
"S VA members will be housed in
tin' college's dormitories and in
boincs of Helton residents.
selle Sponsors Contest
You iii a i li iiu c at publication
in ' Miidi-i 101-' lb " and a hand-
some i i-b p' be if yon enter
"M idi moiselle's" College Fiction
Pubs -is iinicd from "Made-mois-clle."
Piivcs si mi in prices will be
iiw.irib d Two winners will be
given s.Viii ea h for serial rights to!
their s()jo wliicb will be pub-
lislKd m "Mademoiselle." Two
runners-up will leieive honorable
mention uid possible publication
and we icsei( tbe riu-ht to buy
tin ir work at the magazine's regu-
lar Kites hi the All'-Mlst lflfill Col-
lege issue we will annoiiiii e lioth
the winners- and the honoruble-
How to enlei : You ma enter
the Colleue Fiction Contest if you
an .1 woman unlermidu.ite under
teulv-si and regularly enrolled
in an a credited college or junior
Manuscript retaliations- We will
hi gl.id to at i pt moie than one
l'iiiuis( upt fioin eacb contestant.
Stonis that liae lieen pulilished
in undergraduate iniblications are
acceptable provided that they have
licit been published anywhere else.
Your stenv should run about 2!J00
to "niiu words and lie typewritten
double-spaced on one side of regulation-size
typing paper. Mark
our wink ciearlv with your name
mi home address school address
ind school year.
.ludces- "Mademoiselle" editors.
The judges' decision is final.
Deadline: Entries must ho post-
marked by midnight March 1
HIGH and mailed to the College
Fiction Contest "Mademoiselle"
."Ta Madison Aenue New York 22.
"Mademoiselle" cannot be respon-
sible for any work received but
will take every precaution in its
Mrs. Joe Trussell
To Lead Study
For Campus YWA's
Tlie annual home mission study
coursv for tlie Young Women's
Auxiliaiy will begin at 'A:'M pm.
Tuesday February 23 in tlie Miinll
dining hall Mrs. K. N. KIsey dean
of women and YWA sponsor has
Mrs. Joe Trussell wife of a
Hiownwood evangelist singer will
teach tlie study course. She will
use the book "Call to the County"
by Garland A. Hendricks slides and
At Press Banquet
George flolan. who writes the
column "This is West Texas" in
tbe Fort Worth Sfir-Teletrram. is
to lie the guest speaker at the Pres-s
Club lmnnuet at the First Christian
Church Friday March I.
Committees to arrange the ban-
quet were appointed by banquet
co-chairmen .Margaret Allen and
Kathleen leander. at a meeting
of the Press club in the Journalism
Huildin". Thnrschiv. February 11
Food end menu committee mem-
bers include: Beth Scott Shiiiev
Cn nsiiaw and oleta Yousey Pro-
gtani Mrs Everett (Mary Etta)
Mai tin Pat Barlow and Dean
Baker Decoration Beth Jones
Pat Howard and J. R Bevers
Ti'a'ts' Je-ni"tte James. Dorothy
Brown and Glorhmu White Invi-
tations: Don Xewburv. Robert
Eaton and Connie Macasas.
Tickets will lie St. 2" and may
be obtained fiotn tbe ticket com-
mittee' or at the Journalism Bail -ing.
lso at the February 11 ineetiu"
Blovd Wright director of public
lelatinlis of the P iptls) General
Convention of Tc as and one of
the I'rclls Week tc'llll members
spoke to tbe 1'iess Club lie gave
an c inline nf bis work and uae
an insi"bt into writing for reli.-ioti-
Socialites To Meet
The three somen's social clubs
Will meet n( 7::S0 p.m.. Tliurs-
da) IVliriinr) '-" aliliniinced
Mrs. r. . riscj. dean of uumen.
The chilis ill meet in the three
classi'iiniiis with pianos in Minis
Reeve Elected Secretary
Of State Theatre Association
Alex Reeve associate professor
of speech was elected executive
sec rotary of tlie Texas Educational
Theatre Association February 13
announced Dr. McDonald Hold
chairman of the Division of Speech
Elections were held at the elev-
enth annual meeting of TETA In
Reeve is to succeed Charles
Schmidt of Sam Houston State
Teachers College and will serve a
three-year term in office.
Waller Volback of Texas Chris-
tian Fniversity was elected to re-
place Neil Whiting of Fniversity
of Texas as president.
Included in tlie TETA program
Satin day were discussions on
course outlines in directing and
act in1.: and speech programs in
Composed of those in high school
and college educational theater
TKT has- as its purpose the stim-
ulation of interest in and the rais-
ing of standards of educational
theatre said Dr. Held.
Dr. Held Named
To Executive Board
Dr McDonald W. Held chair-
man of tlie Division of Speech
Arts bas been appointed to the
executive board of the Speech As-
soc iation of Amei ica.
Announcement of the appoint
ment was received in a letter to
Dr. Held from Owen Peterson who
is associated with Louisiana State
Fniversity and who is executive
secretary of the Speech Association
of America. Dr. .John Dietrich
chairman of the Department of
Speech at Michigan State Univer-
sity is president of the associa-
tion. Dr. Held attended the associa-
tion's annual convention in Wash-
ington D. C last December. He i
serving this year as- president of
the Southern Speech Assoc i i
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Travels To View
Seven members of the Theater
Club and their sponsor Ralph
Fanelll journeved to Dallas last
Friday to see 'Of Time and the
Rher." a play running at the
Frank Blovd Wright-designed Dal-
las Theatre Center.
Those on the trip included
Thomas Brown John Ciane .Mike
Bennett Sally Lyons James Mor
gan. J 11. Bevers and Fred Cobhs
Atter the show Mr. Fanelli m-
t induced some of the actors to the
college thespians and some of the
group had coffee with one of the
pla cast members.
The group also met Paul Baker
of the Baylor drama department
who was directing the play.
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The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. XXXXVII, No. 19, Ed. 1, Friday, February 19, 1960, newspaper, February 19, 1960; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102760/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.