The Handout, Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1929 Page: 3 of 4
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Children to Have ( Faculty and Students Jack Hott Speaks
HaveLectureTickets To Student Body
New Doll Dresses
All students have been interested
in the events of "The Better Woman-
hood Week" sponsored by the Y. W.
C. A. The week'* activities were
opened with a Friendship Tea Mon-
day afternoon. The Y. W. C. A. had
charge of the program in the dining
room Wednesday evening.
The dormitory open houses for the
semester will"be concluded by Boaz-
Benbrook Hall . reception Saturday
evening. This Shear's open houses
v have been more successful than those
in former years, ju4ging from com-
ments of several girl(i.
Writers of Texas" was directed by
j Bessie Mae Latimer. Mrs. F. B. Ise-
1 ly gave a short life sketch of 0.
Henry; Mrs. Gordon W. Hawkins
presented O. > Henry's "The Guilty
Party" and short sketches of the
most successful short story and fea-
! ture writers of Texas.
About thirty members were present.
Friendship Tea Opens
Better Womanhood Week.
- A Friendship Tea, at the home of
Mrs. F. B. Isely, 2732 Avenue E,
Monday afternoon, from 3:30 to 5.:30
o'clock, opened "Better Womanhood
Week," which is being sponsored by.
the Y. W. C. A.
The receiving rooms were Beauti-
fully decorated with autumn leaves
and sprays of autumn berries.
Tea tt'hd punch were seped, and
also individual cakes and mints in
Y. W. C. A. colors, blue and white.
Favors were gilt edged autumn
leaves,' bearing friendship verses.
Mary Heleh Hardin, Childress,
soprano1; Evelyn Hinson Graham,
sopranp, and Elizabeth Early, Bangs,
violinist, and Evelyn Woodward, Dal-
las, vjolinist, gave musical numbers
during the afternoon. They were
j^o^mpaoied^by Helen Butler, Min-
oral Wells, and Mary Catherine Smith,
Denison, at the piano.
The receiving line was composed
of officers of the organization and
Mrs. Isely .and Miss Margaret Robb,
instructor in public speaking. Lena
Moore and Willie Fayette1 Montgom-
ery Fort Worth, presided at the
punch table, and Helen Hall, Vernon,
was at the tea table;'
A„ large number of students called
during ttfe afternoon.
i Will Have Open House.
Students of Boaz-Benbrook Iiall
! will hold open house Saturday eve-
ning from 8 to 10:30 o'clock. Plans
are being made for a variety of
games. About seventy-five invita-
tions have been distributed.
i Spanish Songs
' Given at P. C. C.
! Spanish songs played on the steel
I guitar and readings composed the pro-
' gram at the weekly meeting of the
' Panther City Club Thursday at noon,
i The program and business session
were after the regular weekly lunch-
Herlinda Mendez, Fort Worth,'and
| Dorothy Hinds, Crowell, played three
! numbers on the guitar. They were: j
"La Gplondrina," "Ramona," and j
"Los Pavitos." Loutita Qox, Fort
Worth, read "Mrs. Cohen^at the
"At last, our dollies are getting
spme new clothes,"' is the expression
from the kindergarten children.
Of course everyone knows about
the pretty dolls in the kindergarten —
one a boy, and the other a girl, whose
names ail* "Bye-'Lo Butterfly" and
"Puggy." The children named the
dolls themselves. —, °
The sophomores are working on th«
project, which is to make new out-
fits of clothes and a nightgown for
each of the dolls.
If you have not visited the kinder-
garten play room, you should do so,
and" see the bed for the dolls, and
the little red iron', and small wash
board and tubs, according to Miss
Blanchard. The children really use
these when they wash and iron dol-
lie's clothes—in fact, they have been
washed and ironed so many times
already that they won't stand much
more of it, and that is why they are
getting some new clothes, she con-
Each of the girls taking kinder-
garten work are planning to dress a
doll for each child, in Mother Goose
costumes,to give to the children as
a Christmas gift.
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Rodgers, Canton; Lora Edna Turner,
F rt Worth; Marguerite Ragland,
Electra; Josie Bell, Fort Worth; Cas-
sie Joe Ledbetter, Yoakum; Elzie
Jeanette Baraett, Big Spring; Ina
Dillow, Fort Worth; Frences Bynum,
Midlothian; Dorrace '.Powell, Mem-
phis;" Carolyn Moreland, Roswell, N.
M.; Eleanor Pkddock, Hagerman, N..
M.; Dorothy Kramer, Fort Worth. ;
Mrs. Lisenby tn Charge of
Mrs. Rose L. Lisenby, professor of .
English, is in charge of the distribu- (
tion of these tickets on the campus.'
She says that she has not asked a
single person to buy a ticket", but that (
they have dorie so of their own ac-
cord, She also states" that the re-
sponse was mych greater than at any
previous time, but very pleasing.
kind of publicity, from expensive
booklets to tiny folders, explaining
advantages of the city from various
The secretary said that one of
the most interesting departments is j
that of aviation which prompts com-
mercial aviation. Fort Worth rtbw
has fifteen daily air services which
is more than any other city in the
Southwest, according to the speaker.
Other departments are: the con-
vention ^department; the agriculture
department under the auspices of the
county agent and home demonstrator;
the one of highways and tourists,
which aids an average of 100 tourists
daily with road informatipn; and the
railroad traffic department.
Poly Theater .
Helen Heed said she once knew a
grocer who was so mean that every
time " he caught a fly in the sugar
barrel he would grab it up by the
wings and shake the sugar off its
A college professor's son: "Daddy,
I have great news tbr you. The
third grade teacher is going to re-
tain my services in the third grade
for another -year."
■ Programs Given in
The Dining Room.
Programs carrying out the theme
of Better Womanhood Week were
given in' both dining rooms Wednes-
day evening. The tables were dec-
orated with a blue and white triangle
and autumn leaves and chrysanthe-
mums. In the Ann dining hall the
girls wore evening dresses while at
Mulkey they wore dinner dresses.
Among the guests at Mulkey were
Miss Margaret Robb and Dr. Frank
In both halls the groups sang songs
of love and friendship including
"Love's Old . Sweet Song" and
"Bledd'd Be the Tie." At Ann Mildred
Cherryholmes, Jackeboro* read and
Mary Catherine Smith, Denison, play-
ed a medley of old favorite sqpgs.
At Mulkey, Miss Robb read and Mary
Loucile Owens, Waco, and Jewel Jean
Kirkpatric, Weatherford, sang.
Favors were booklets with friend-
ship poems and quotations.
Ann Girls Have
Girls of Ann Waggoner Hall held
open house Saturday evening, from
8 to 11 o'clock.
The parlors were decorated in red,
white, and blue, and in autumn
Entertainment consisted Of six
promenades on the campus and six
conversation periods. Mary Helen
Hardin, Childress, soprano, gave sev-
eral musical numbers, accompanied
by Jym Newsome, Alvarado, pianist,
and Evolyn Woodward, Dallas, vio-
Refreshments rfere punch and sand-
About seventy guests attended.
Out at the races the other day a
very excited Cdlored boy was leaning
on the rail watching the progress of
the seventh race. "Come oil some-
thin'—1-come on somethin'" he kept
yelling. "What do you mean?" a
curious bystander asked. "There
ain't no horse out there by that name."
The darkey replied, "I'se got two
bucks on every hbss in this heah race.
Com on somethin'."—Thor.
Miss Virginia Louise Tabor asked
her beginning French class if they
brought their lambs to school (mean-
ing their grammars by Mr. Lamb).
Answered one—No, it's against the
rules. ^ r
Ashburn's Ice Cream
„ Always Good
3012 Ave. F Polytechnic
At Christmas Time
For close personal friends
tfcer^ one gift that has
the supreme personal ap-
peal, because it's the gift
that only you can give.
Make an appointment today
order from annual
Get It At
Store No. 12, Ave. F
609 Houston ?
Where the Students Meet
' J. W. Rainwater
5-3464 300? Ave. F
Call us and save the difference
Just Across From
Fiae Arts Buildintr
Cold weather makqs you
think of hot- chili, toasted
sandwiches and something
hot to drink.
Just across from the campus
Txwoco Club met Saturday $fter-
„noon, Nov. 9, at the home of Mrs. R.
S. Lotspeich, 3312 Ave. F. Assistant
hostesses were Mmes. Erma High-
tower, M. R. Dunway, Jack Rattikin,
and Miss Maurine Martel.
The program "Short Story Feature
SANGER BR.OS ^
Fourth, Houston and Throckjnerton™--,
This fs your opportunity to do your Christ-
Every department is fairly teeming with
gift-things that you will want to give to your
family . .. and to your friends on Christmas
The spirit of the yuletide has invaded every
floor and every department of this beautiful
v store . .. And "how the Founders' Sale comes
bringing wonderful gift merchandise at sen-
sationally low prices. We ask yoli fo shop
for Christmas now.
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Colvin, Thelma. The Handout, Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1929, newspaper, November 15, 1929; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth336829/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.