The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 31, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 11, 1948 Page: 3 of 4
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anchx Lake and River Are Scenes Of
ree TW Social Clubs'Week-ends
hree social clubs have returned
_i and sunburned from « week-
ly juimming, boating, fishing, i
I. tunning and horseback riding.
jian Autiss and Entre Amis |
bp; in late Sunday afternoon.
Aeolians. including chap-
eSjji^ Mary Slawson and Mrs.
iltl Wlia«lsan./*'ent to Turner
L Oklahoma. vFhe
private cars-Mary .Nell Hanks,
firing president, and Mis. Rich-
,,e girls carried out their ag-
aent. -and that was not to
<hop.' President Hanks
[ted thai the girls did their own
joking, "and it was pretty good,
Autiss club left Saturday about
la. m. M'ss Catharine Wake-
fid, physical education instruc-
I accanpanied them. Miss Cy-
|'e Be", club sponsor, drove up
had Sunday lunch with her
Choice Bits Of
Well, it's really been ajong, long
time sinc<*3- have been'here t/let
you in on what's happening here
on the ole TW campus, hasn't it?
So many of you people have been
missing me since I have been on
\acation that when I heard you
were writing in asking about me,
and what had happened to my
choice little bits, that I had to
hurry right back to my typewriter
before my vacation was over to lei
you in on a few of the many things
I have seen and heard since I left.
It looks as if the love bug has
been doing his "stuff" these nice
spring days by the way the whole
student, body haa> turned out to sit
around in two-somes during off
period; and "on" periods too. Why,
I've never seen so many people
scattered over one campus in my
Hear that EASY PARHAM and
Dt'DK THURSTON are making
old - fashioned j everyjninute count before that old
"good time was ; school bell rings for them for the
by all' unquote from all the i last time.Too bad these days can't
nbers. last forever, isn't it?
Tie "Amis" are "just a leetle" I i also saw WALLY PATTON
Lied as; r .heir outing at Con- i with PAT MASSEY. but that didn't,
jl's Camp on Eagle Mountain surprise me at all. Looks as if
those two PATS are sticking to-
gether, and the same goes for AR-
THUR B. TRUITT and that little
,t! That one, too!" When you bit of a gal LOUISE MAJORS,
r cries like these, you can be
•ly sure she's an EA.
["Give Me A Horse That I Can
was the theme song for
lst of the coeds who rode the
iige at the ranch.
bates cam' over from Fort
L and attended, the 'Weekly
mare dance. ' A
I'Ouuh! Don't touch my back!
|tch my arm! I'm sore on that
gome of the boys went out Sat-
• night for-a party at the'John
jach dance pavillion. \
fcs. Ernestine Kerr, flub spon7.
t, chaperoned the girls.
president ; nd Mrs. Law Sone'
jertained members of the June
j'AugiM graduating classes and
If acuity with a coffee in the
§|ie Economics Building Tuesday
10 .i. m to 12 noon.
pr. and Mrs, Sone; Guinn Phil-
I, student body president; Miss
jtharine Wakefield, sponsor of
|Senior Cla'-s, and Arthur B-
[litt, president of the Senior
tss formed the receiving line.
llrs. Mailh.i Faulkner Smith,
id of ihe home economics 'de-
ftment, and home economics
(dents assisted Mrs. Sone.
bouquet of purple gladioli
Itered the serving table with
atler bouquets of spring flowers
looks To Fete
|l Beneficiaries . .
one beneficiaries will be honor-
at a tea to be given May 16 by
Lonnye Brooks at. her home,
ran into JOHNNY FOS-
TFrt", one of our TW golfers, and
he tells me that he has a new girl,
at least he said she was new to me.
He was too bashful to tell me who
she was, but as usual I snooped a-
round and found out that her init-
ials are .M.C. and she is another
Fort Worth product. I do wish
Johnny wouldn't be so uninforma-
tive, it just wears me out to have
1o find out everything for myself.
TOMMY CHANDLER seems to
be "that way" about ALVIS
SWINT, and you all surely know
that when JIMMY LAKAS is heard
calling "RED" he's trying to get
the attention of BETTE WEIDER-
HOLDT. I also heard that J. D.
ROBERTS thinks JEAN PI,GG is
"the one" for him, but is just a'
I hear that Cisco was a gay little
city for the Deka girls and their
dates when they had their week-
end there, ('"fee, but they have
good sun tans, or should-1 say blis-
ters. Autiss and Entre Amis also
seemed to have a choice time on
their week-end which was spetjt at
Decatur Dude Ranch and Eagle
That new basketball player, JOE
SINGER, seems to be doing all
right for himself these days. Hear
that he nnd FRANCES BROWN
are going steady. , .
Suppose you don't all know that
MARY SUE HAgVEY plans to be
married June 4 in Glen Rose to
LARRY ARLEDGE of Del Rio.
May I take this time to give con-
gratulations and wish her a long
Hilltop Road, from 3-5 p. m. and happy married life.
What's this I hear about KAY
parried veterans are invited to
fboth to attend.
[i, their wives, if it is possible '^CELLING and CARLA CHILDS?
! From what I hear they really make
! one more swell couple, and boy; is
: that dream man built!
Wonder just what has happened
| to BRYAN BROWNING? This is
i the first time I have heard of him
sticking to one girl for any length
| of time, tout it looks as if PAT
''!»! ! I. ROSEDALE
Wesley an Chorus
Will Appear In
The Wesley an Singers will have
their first tour May 1, making
three concert appearances in one
day and visiting three Northwest
Conducted by Mr. Headley, the
30-voice choir will appear in De-
catur, .Nocona and Bowie. Also
making the trip will be Mr. Don-
ald Bellah, Fine Arts Aairman,
and the brass quartet, "made up of
Lloyd Silver, Jack Harmon, Gor-
don Moore and Mr. Raymond
First stop will be Decatur High
School, where a concert is sche-
duled for 10 a. m. The Wesleyans
will see a TWC ex-student, Bryant
Truitt, '47, who is football coach
at the school.
They also will see two exes at
Nocona, where they will eat 12:30
p. m. luncheon. The graduates
are Lem Bray, principal of the
high schqol, and Joe Turner, foot-
ball coach. Concert at Nocona is
set for 2 p. m.
First Methodist Church, Bowie,
will be the scene of an 8 p. m. ap-
pearance. Rev. C. S. Wilhite.
father of Charles Wilhite of TWC,
is pastor of the church. Feature of
the Bowie concert will be an or-
gan solo by the younger Wilhite.
HOTOPP has him caught.
Another cute couple on the
campus is DOUG HIQGINS and
PINTA JO PRICE. When did you
two kids start going together?
How about letting me in on a little
LEE GREEN and CURLY DAV-
IS seem to be another couple who
are getting along real well, also
DORIS HUDGENS and TOMMY
WILSON. Then too, RICHARD
COZAD and J^MMIE WILLIAMS
are still seen together constantly.
What's this I hear about
CLAUDE WAKEFIEIaD having a
crush on BETTY FISHER ? When
I asked Claude about it he said.
"Well, I am going steady with
her, but I don't know whether she
is going steady with me or not. V
hope so." So will all of you fel-
lows please keep hands off so
Claude can have a break?
LONG JOHN PHILLIPS and
J URINE LASETER still seem to
be "that way" about each other.
It's really a shame that they both
have to graduate and be away
from each other as soon as school
BILL SMITH' a,nd JANICE WIL-
LIAMS have been seeing quite a
bit of each other lately. Under-
stand that Bill went to Cisco as
Well kids, it's getting late and I
just have to give this typewriter a
rest for awhile now. You know, it
isn't used to being used since I left.
If there is anything of importance
that I have left out and you think
I should know please drop it in the
Rambler box in the hall. Amy in-
formation w.ii be deeply appreciat-
I've gotta run now, because I do
believe my plane is about ready to
take off to take me back to my va-
cation paradise. I'll see you again
next week and let you in on any-
thing else I happen to run across,
that is if r don't se0 too many gor-
geous babes on the beach at Waki-
Crosby Records With Si* Vocalist;
Durbin Siii^s Witii Pervin Ordiestro
Studes To Give
"HOW SOON" will we be hearing a new tune on the Hit Parade?
Let's dig around in the "all-time-all-timers" and see what's still good.
Winston Turbeville, violinist, will
be featured in a Senior recital to-
day at 8:3(5 p. m. in the Fine Arts
Auditorium. Alice Contrera- will
be his accompanist.
The program will incude Bach's
"Sixth Violin Sonata,'" "Coincerta
in D Minor, Op. 56" by Gade;
"Canzonetta" (d'Ambrosio), "From
The year 1928 saw "Let's Do It," *9U Can't Give You Anything But t,ie Cottonfields, Op. 7, No. 3"
Take a glance, Mance, back to the year 192^
Do I Love You," "At SUndown" and "'The Bi^^Tbings
"Blue Skies," "Why
^SPThin^sJkgft Life Are
Free," were being peddled by song writers who got a Imapl Jake, and
sold their hits, which are still in style, Kyle!
Love, Baby," "I'll Get By" and "Marie" givin' the nation a spree, that
we can still see.
"Siboney" was the song of the day in 19'29 as well as "Ain't
Misbehaviii'" aipj "More Than You Know." Isn't that so, Joe?
* * *
But have you heard—King Cole dole out "Nature Boy" and "I'll
String Along?" These are two I'll have to hand it to Nat and the trio '
on. They are solid senders.
Spalding > and
Today at 4:30 p. un. in the Fine
Arts Auditorium, Bertae Fae Ald-
ridge, pianist, will be featured in a
Miss Aldridge will play "Sonata
in E Major" (Haydn), "Waltz in
B Minor" (Chopin), Yardumian's
I "Two Preludes," "Wind" and
for "Sea," and "March Mignonne"
** | Also Ann Orum, pianist, will
AND BING you can give a ring, 'cause he has made the grade "A" on play Gershwin's "Second Rhap-
his new album for Decca. He sings with Dick Haymes, The Andrews J sody,. and Homer Kluck, pianist,
Sisters, A1 Jolson and Bob Hope, complete on three 10-inch records: j wi[1 [)lav Addinsell's "Warsaw
"There's No Business Like Show Business" with "Anything You Can ' Concerto."
Do," "Put It There, Pal" with "Road To Morocco" and "Alexander's j Thege recita)s aW} glyen |n pfu._
Ragtime Band" with "The Spaniard That Blighted My Life. ' tial fulfillment of the require-
Hoagy, Boagy, Carmichael has two records that suitJiis voice to a ; roents for the degree of Bachelor
tee, Lee, "Gonna Get A Girl" with "The Feathery Feelin" and "Who | Music.
Killed 'er (Who Killed The Black Widder)," backed by "I'm A-Comin' ! Other recitals will feature the
A-Courtin' Corabelle." v
Treuter Displays More Than Fifty
Pieces of Art In One-Man Exhibit
of a" creative
Word from a bird .says Frank Sinatra has out a
Capitol that'll make ya swoon, Goon.
"My Nest Romance" and "jFools Rush In (Where Angels
Fear To Tread)" is done justice by Tony Martin on a Deccu platter,
that'll really stop your chatter.
Deanna Durbin sings in Latin "Be®ause" and "Ave Maria ' with
Charles Pervin and his orchestra. The words to these two beautiful
songs may not be understood, but Deanna and Charles make such
rf you wanna dance, Russ Morgan and his orchestra have recorded
"Beg Your Pardon" and "All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart" with
Pat Laird on the vocals. Russ does the vocal on a fox trot "It's All
0%-er But The Crying" and tunes up with Bob Eberly on "Matinee" on
the flipover. (Decca). , ,»
Wesleyan Singers May 23 and the
school orchestra May 30.
Petterson Is New
Olga Petterson, Junior from
Monroe, Louisiana, was elected
president of the Women's Dormi-
tory Council in a joint meeting of
Dan and Waggoner Halls
Monday night, May 3, in the Par-
lor of Ann Hall.
Frances Brown, Junior of Fort
Worth, will fill the office of vice-
president; Carla Childs, Sopho-
Speak at Round-Up
Be alert if you want to write!
That's what well-known authors
of the Southwest named as a pri-
mary qualification for
writers at a May 5 Writer's
Round-Up, „ sponsored by the Wo-
English and journalism classes
at TWC were dismissed to allow
students to attend the program.
Speakers for the day included. •
Miss Loula...Grace Erdunan, winner
of the Dodd-Mead $10,000 award j
I Woman;" Allen Maxwell, editor of \
elected I The Southwest Review, and Dr.
| Carlos Castaneda, well-known his-
! torian from the University of i
more from Archer City, is the new
secretary, and Marjorie Robinson,: for "Years of the Locust
Meridian Freshman, has the treas- Kane, author Of "New
were: Mary McLeod, Senior;
Jeanne Johnson, Junior, and Rheba j Texas.
Chapman, Sophomore. The Fresh- j
man representative will not be
elected until next fall.
Sees New Light
"Textbooks for courses being of-
fered at TWC during the summer
session will be available in the
Ram Trading Post just prior to
the opening of the session," stated
Mr. H. Wren, proprietor.
Textbooks are ordered on the
request of teachers. When the
teachers turn in their choice to
Mr. Wren, he orders direct from
Mr. Wren said the delay in the
past in those case.s where students
have been unable to get text-
books for certain courses until
well after the semester started,
has been due to two factors:
teachers who give their list to Mr.
Wren at the last minute, and pub-
lishers who delay in filling the
Both teachers and publishers are
cooperating better now, according j
to Mr. Wren, and student should j
be able to get books without wait-
ing at the beginning of the next
Eamonn de Valera was the Itrish
Republic's first president.
More than 50 pieces of art by
Uirl Treuter, Fort Worth Senior,
are on exhibit this week in Cross
Timbers Gallery in the Fine Arts
The3show is open 8 a. m. to 05
p. m. daily, closing Friday. A
preview opening Was held Sunday
Included in the one-man exlii- \
bit, are oils, gouaches and water-!
colors, drawings and prints, sculp-
ture and ceramics, and a research
portfolio. The last-named work
contains drawings outlining pro-
gressive steps in
The artist is a native of New
Orleans, who attended high school
in Houston. She was a Wac ser-
geant during the war, serving at
Langley Field and in the Far East.
Miss Treuter attended private
art classes in her native city and
had a correspondence course from
the Washington (D. C.) School of
Art. At TWC, she has completed
all the art courses listed in the
catalog, studying under Mr. Kelly
Fearing and Mr. Robert Willson.
In addition to her student duties,
Miss Treuter serves at Our Lady,
of Victory College as an art in-
structor. She is active in the
Phoenix (Poetry) Club and the
Veterans Organization on the TWC
As a hobby, she has collected
crosses from all parts of the world.
Sixth and final one-iman show
by a Senior art major will be that
of Jean Dill, beginning May 17.
Mrs. Brown Is Second
Wesleyan Trip Winner
Mrs. George Brown, hostess at
Boaz Hall, was the second Wes-
leyanite within the month to win
a vacation trip anywhere in the
Mrs. Brown won the trip in a
contest sponsored by the Taystee
Bread Company of Fort Worth.
She plans to make a. tour of his-
torical spots in Virginia and Wash-
ington, D. C., sometime this sum-
Dorothy Huff, another vacation
winner, will go to California dur-
Coed Places In
Dorothy Huff, Freshman home
economics major, won second prize
($201 in the Sta>r-Telegram H»u/*'"
Sewing Contest held Tuesday in
the Will Rogers Auditorium.
Eight TWC girls entered.*
Miss Huff entered a two-piece
linen dress in the Junior Class Di-
There were eight entry divisions
open to women of all ages in Tex-
'ihe eight national winners will
receive an all-expense-paid trip to
the contest finals to be held in New
York City early in June.
"In the eight divisions there
\vere 400 entries and this made the
going hard," stated Mrs. Martha
Smith, head of the Home Econom-
ics department and judge in the
contest, "but eight first places out
of 400 makes the competition stiff
and placing second in one of these
is very good." She went on to say,''
"The divisions we entered were
Each garment entered was ac-
companied by an official entry
coupon, and submitted for judging
April 1 and 'May 1. In case of
ties, duplicate prizes were award-
ed. Judging points were work-
manship, style, attractiveness,
neatness, stability of style and fab-
Prizes included eight first prizes
of $50 each, eight second prizes of
$20 each, plus an $800 national
TWC girls entering were: Doro-
thy Huff, Ann Bevrtms, Thelma
Patterson, June Harris, Ajeta
Woods, Charlene York, Audrey
Vyhitmire and Mrs. Florence Camp-
3106 E. Rosedale
Switzerland's political districts
are called cantons.
ED F. MOODY
r ) W. R. LAURENCE, Owner
3118 E. ROSEDALE
T. W. C. Campus
ALL TYPES >OF
"Have Your Clothes Cleaned"
CLEANERS and HATTERS
267G East Vickery Pli. 5-2161
WE HAVE FOR RENT-
ALL MAKES OF
$3.50 per month and $8.15 per
three months for late model
We repair and sell Typewriters
and Adding Machines.
1115 HOUSTON 3-1181
Call, or see—
Mulkey Hall 5-90C4
1:30 to 5:30
Nights Call 5-7481
MALTED MILKS MILK SHAKES
Ashbuin's Ice Cream Company
3012 E. Rosedale
RAYMOND MEISSNER, OWNER
.. 4,1 v ~ '■ " u • *, -* ','•!* f
Phone 5-2102 Nashville at Ave. B.
Fort Wo rt h
Travel and Study in Mexico..
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
Mexican Field School"
Full College Credit in: Spanish, English, Geography,
Government, Mexican History
!?2i>0 fee includes tuition, transportation, room and board at
exceUenLhotel in Puebla.
Applications accepted through May 7.
/\Vrlt(>^.l; Ai. McLEOD, HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS
ECONOMY - QUALITY - SERVICE
1409-11 Vaughn Blvd.
STEWART DRUG STORE
■* . ' >
Roy Stewart, Phg. .
"A Pleasure To Please"
3130 E. Rosedale Phone 5-2173
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