Texas Wesleyan Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 18, 1970 Page: 3 of 6
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November 18, 1970
me and thee
Gamma Sigma Sigma
•by j' adams
Gamma Sig has kept it a secret, but they've been busy all
year. So here's a list of their activities.
In October they served the ^tea counselor's banquet and
"that same night ushered at "The Grass Harp." Gamma Sig also
served as ushers for the Badfinger concert.
A joint workshopHumber party ujs held with TCU's Gam:
ma Sig chapter on Oct. 23. The two chapters made 270 bean
bags as Christmas presents for patients in area hospitals.
Nov. 7 marked a slumber party held in the MSM. It was
a combination service project and business meeting. Candy tray
favors were made as a project.
New pledges were installed on Nov. 8. New members are
Kay \lehaffy, Weatherford; Kay Paschal, Mesquite; Carolyn
Cobb, Ft. Worth; Judy Daniels, Ft. Worth; and Sammy Ellis,
Irving. Sammy and Kay were honored as the best pledges.
Linda I vie was voted best 'active.' The weekend concluded
with dinner at the house of Sandra Morris, Gamma Sig member.
As a community project Gamma Sig has been helping each
Wednesday afternoon at the Easter Seal Center, working in
the medical records department, and assisting with the moun-
tainous piles of paper work. They are also working with the
younger handicapped children, trying to make their world
a little happier.
Autiss will be ushering at the basketball game on Dec. 11.
They will also be wearing their new uniforms. Besides making
new uniforms they are also making new door signs. The girls •
are also selling candy at-area "banks. Run by and deposit your
money with thejm.
EA is having their annual Fashion Show this very night.
They will modeling dresses from Tammi's Fashions of North
Riverside Dr. The affair is in Stella Russell Lounge at 7:30.
Tickets are 75c, so make sure you check out the members.
2205 W. Berry
How 'Bout Making Your
LET US GIVE YOU SOME
INEXPENSIVE -AND EASY
SEMIFINAUSTS in the TXWECO Beauty Page-
ant were, from left to right, Kathy Boyington,
Judy Powell, Terri Nutt, J' Adams, Linda Parki
and Patti White.
Students To Be Presented in Recital
The Junior Recital of.,Mr. Don
Bybee and Miss Anita Jemison
will be presented Nov. 24, at 3
p.m. in the Fine 4rts Auditorium.
Mr. Bybee, who is a trumpet
major will present" "Aria" by
Antonio F. Tenaglia, "Aliegro"
by Johann P. Krieger, "Concerto
in A flat minor" by Bernard Fitz-
gerald. "In do Religiose." Op.
38 by Alexander Glazounov. and
" Lament" by John Klejn.
Mr. Baybee is a student of
Jack Malik and his home is in
the house of
) WEAOOIBROOK OR.
HURST-BELAIRE SHOPPING CEXTEH
Gifts, Codies & Cards
The wearer of this week s
Golden Shears is Mike Grant,
senior business major from Fort
Worth. Mike is presently serv-
ing as < President of the Man-
agement Club and President of
He is President of Sakkara and
served as Pledge Captain in 1970.
Mike is also on the Faculty Eval-
uation Committee., *
Winner of the Golden Shears
during the week of Oct. 26 was
Marcia Lepar, senior, home ec-
onomics from Ft. Worth.
During her freshman, soph-
omore aAd junior years she was
on th«-Dean's list. She is a mem-
ber of EA and .was designated
best pledge in her freshman year.
Marcia is a member of SEA
and was elected to Who's Who
She is also a member of Gam-
Fort Worth. He is president of
Gamma Chi chapter of Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfo.nia fraternity and is
a member of MENC, TWC Band
and Orchestra. His accompanist.
Eugenia French, is a freshman
Miss Anita Jemison will pre-
sent "Li'Heure exquise" by Pol-
dowski. "Le Moulin" by Gabriel
Pierne, "Le Miroir" by Gustave
Ferrari. "Ouvre ton coeur" by
George Bizet. The second portion
of her program will consist of
"Music, When Soft Voices Die,'
by Ernest Gold. There Shall Be
More Joy" by Paul N'ordoff. "The
K'e" by Celius -Dougherty and
"The Ragpicker" by John Sacco.
Miss Jemison is a pupil of
Walter Lynn and her home is in
Fort Worth. She is a member^
of Beta Kappa Chapter of Sigma
Alpha Iota. MENC, TW Players,
Wesleyan Singers, Oratorio
Chorus. She has appeared in
TWC production of THE JUMP-
ING FROG OF CALAVERAS
COUNTY, CAMELOT, and ON A
CLEAR DAY. She is a member
of the Fort Worth Opera Chorus.
Her accompanist, Donna Stewart,
is a junior voice major.
The recital is opem to the pub-
lic free of charge.
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TAGEP. Control Center, where a
console and operator control the
two cameras in the adjoining
TAGEP. Studio. Additional equip-
ment in the Studio includes a
TV monitor; special no-glare
lights; 20, swing-out, tfH-back.
coutour seats attached to two
long desks; and 10 talk-back tele-
phone units. The telephones make
it possible for students to ask
questions or to make comments
to the instructor at any time
during a televised presentation.
The last room, on the far west
end of the building, is a 16-seat
classroom with two television
There will be a special demon-
stration and introduction to the
Holland Television facilities on
Wednesday. Nov. 25,at 10 a.m.
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