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John Diell Blanton, LL.D.

President

Vice-President and

Chairman

Mrs.

of Faculty

Emma Elizabeth McClure

D. Blanton Home Department

J.

Principal

Martha Annette Cason

Assembly Hall Superintendent

Latin

Graduate Pea body College; A.M. University of Nashville; Student University of Arkansas

A.B. University of Chicago; Graduate Student Columbia University

Helen Atwood Thach

Ruby E. C. Mason Psychology, Education, Sociology

Latin

A.B. and A.M. University of Toronto; Post-graduate Student Universities of Oxford

and

Graduate

Webb

School; Special Student University of Chicago

Paris

Richard Garfield Cox Olive Carter Ross

Mathematics

English, Art History

A.B. Hiram College; A.M. Columbia University

of Nashville; Special Student Vanderbilt University;

A.M. Columbia

University

Special Student

U

of

Mary Laura Sheppe

Anna H. Lewis

Mathematics

English

Graduate Peabody College; Special Student University of Chicago and Harvard University

North Carolina; Ph.B. and A.M. Univ

Gladys Earle

Bertha Cornelia Norris

Science

English, Greek .

and A.M. Bryn

Mawr

College; Special Student Yale University

Elisa Cuendet

Theodora Coolev Scruggs English, History

French

A.B. Wellesley College; Special Student Chicago University

Diploma from College Vinet, Lausanne

Edith Collin Lawrence

Germaine Frederikka Sansot

English, History

French

A.B. Smith College; Student Wooster University

College de Bagnares de Bigorre, Universite de Lille Universite de la Sorbonne

Rcth K. Clarke, A.B.

Laure Marie Schoeni

English University of Cincinnati; Special Student Le Brun

-German, French

Sumn

r

School of French

Ecole Secondaire, St. Inner, Switzerland; Special Student University of Miasour and University of Chicago

Penelope McDuffie B.S. Vanderbilt University;

Lathi, History A.M. University of South Carolina; Graduate Student

Pennie Gattinger German Specialized in

German under

private directors


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Serxice Corixxe Reaxey

de Osuna

Domestic Science

Spanish Graduate Methodist Normal School.

SaltUlo. Mexico;

Diplon

i

State

Normal

College.

Sara Theresa Fraser Lilliax Watklxs Intermediate School

Domestic Art Graduate Household Economics Carnegie Institute; Diploma in Latin and Greek Cornell University; Special Student University of Pittsburgh

Lamira Goodwin

Coral White Elementary School

Director, School of Art Columbia University; pupil of Morriset. Paul Bartlett and|Ri< Miller at the Colorossi. of Lucien Simon, Poinet and Casteluchio at the Grande Chaumiere, Paris, and at Bruges. Belgium

New York Art School and

Axxa Treadwell Blaxtox

Pauline Sherwood Towxsexd New

Art

Director, School of Expression England Conservatory and Post-graduate Boston School of Expressio: Special Courses i York. Chicago and Boston

Sarah McReynolds Gaut

Mary Fletcher Cox Expression Graduate Boston School of Expression. Teachers' Diploma; Graduate Student Boston School of Expression

Bertie H. Fraxtz Student Yale

Director, School of Physical Education of Physical Education; Graduate Chautauqua School of Physical

Summer School

Catherixe

E.

Certificate in Industrial Arts

in

of Fine Arts

Emil Winkles

Sophie Gieske-Berry Piano Graduate Royal Academy of Munich; Pupil of Wilhelm Speidel. Rheinberger. Burmeister, and Baermann; Special Student in Munich, Germany, and Visitor to Munich Music Festival. 1913

Orpha Ellen Nesbitt Director, School of Domestic Science and Home Economy Northwestern University; Special Student in Home Economics at University of Nebraska Summer School; University of California

Museum

Director, School of Music; Piano, Harmony Graduate Royal Conservatory of Leipzig; Pupil of Zwintzcher, Reinecke. Schreck, Jadassohn Hoffman, and Papperitz; Graduate Student Berlin, 1907-09

Morrisox

Physical Training, Athletics, Swimming Diploma from Posse Gyn n. Boston; Special Student Chaliff School. New York

Arts and Crafts Department of Columbia University; Special Work

Jewelry under the Director of the Boston

Alice Kavanaugh Leftwtch Piano Graduate Beethove


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Bud a Love Maxwell

Elise Graziani

Piano

Voice

â&#x20AC;˘w England Conservatory of Music under Madame Hopekirk and George Proctor; Pupil of Harold Bauer and Wager Swayne, Paris

Pupil of Stockhausen and Fraulein Lina Beck in Julius Stockhausen's Gesangschule, Pupil of Signor Graziani, whom she assisted in his Berlin Studio

Estelle Roy Schmitz Piano

Violin ,

Chicago; Otto Nietzel

Amelie Throne

Mary Venable Blythe Harmony and Practice Superintendent

Piano Pupil of

Mary Weber Fan

tr.

Nashville;

Germany;

Fritz Schmitz

Maurice Aronson. Vienna; Josef Lhevinne. Berlin

>iploma

Montgomery

Institute,

now

Harry Redman.

St.

New

Mary's Hall, San Antonio; Harmony Lessons with England Conservatory of Music

Mary Falconer Winkler Jennie Taylor Masson, Registrar Director School of Secretarial Work

Piano i

under Emil Winkler; Pupil of Aronson and Godowsky, Berlin

E.

W. V. Flowers

Bertha Yocum

Bursar

Piano

M. Olga Williams, Secretary Leschetizky and Weinzkowska

Teacher of Typewriting and

Office

Methods

Frederick Arthur Henkel

Adah Alexander

Pipe Organ and Piano

Assistant in Registrar' s Office

Graduate Metropolitan College of Music; Student Cincinnati College of Music; Pupil of Steinbrecher. Andre and Sterling

Annie Litton Shopper

Charles Campbell Washburn Dean of the Voice Department

Lillian Cole Student Banker

Graduate and Teacher Cincinnati College of Music; Graduate Yanderbtlt University; Special Student of Voice in Chicago

Florence N. Boyer Voice

Alue

Sarah Frances Davis, Mrs. Lena W. Ramsey Mrs. Solon E. Rose, Mrs. Tennie B. Sharpe

V. Campbell,

Hostesses

Mrs. Van Dawson Lester

Marguerite Palmiter Forrest

Trained Nurse

Voice

Mrs. Virginia Carmichael Housekeeper


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lent its loveliest grace

To beautify Ward-Belmont's site, That she might lift her shining face, And stand for honor, love and might. Unto her

portals every year

Flock many faces, sad and bright, To learn that women true and dear Can help to set the world aright.

Her maidens learn to cleave as true As a mother-bird in the tree-top high. She folds them in, but sends forth a few Who, like little birds, have learned to fly.

When the shining lives go forth in the world, And oh! Ward-Belmont, more than a few, With

their banners of nobleness

and

Will thank the kind fate that sent

faith unfurled,

them

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to you.


iflatrtculates Alexander, Georgia

Kentucky

Allen, Bessie H., Y. W. C. A., 2 I X Allen, Katherine Allen, Mary D., 2 9 K Ambrose, Ellen Anderson, Effie Anderson, Florence, Y. W. C. A., e K A Anderson, Hazelle F., Y. W. C. A Anderson, Lillie Anderson, Nannie

Andrews, Helen

Mae

Appelt, Lillie, Y. W. C. A Armistead, Virginia, Armstrong, Luctle, Y. W. C.

ATS

Arnold, Helen, Y. W. Ashby, Martha Asher, Margaret Ashley, Otie K

A

C. A., B

Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi Virginia

Kentucky Tennessee Colorado Texas Tennessee

Kansas

2

Atchison, Emma Morrow, A Atchison, Lillie Morrow, A Atkinson, Margaret R Ator, Laura, Y. W. C. A

Ausmus, Mrs. David M Avary, Mattie Sue, Y. W. C. A., 2 I X Bagwell, Margaret Bain, Nonie Baker, Eleanor Elizabeth, Y. W. C. A Baker, Eugenia, Y. W. C. A Baker, Gwendolyn Baldridge, Frances Ball, Rose Elaine Ballard, Constance

Wisconsin Tennessee

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Kentucky Texas Tennessee Georgia Tennessee Arkansas Texas Louisiana Tennessee

Texas Arkansas Ohio

19X3=1914

Barham, Martha Barker, Ama Lee Barker, Margaret Kane Barksdale, Julia Barnett, Katherine Barton, Woodie Basinger, Kathryn, Y. W. C. A Bass, Orlene, Y. W. C. A., * M r Batte, Jessie Lee Beasley, Annie Hobson, H T r Beaven, Elise, Y. W. C. A., B 2 O Beck, Sadie, Y. W. C. A Bell, Beckie, A K * Bell, Elmire Marie Bell, Florine Bell, Gladys Bell, Martha, Y. W. C. A., Bell, Vera Benedict, Louise,

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee

Kentucky Tennessee Ohio

Oklahoma Texas Tennessee

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Florida

Tennessee Florida

KA

HTT

Bennett, Alberta Betty, Mary, 8 K A Bierschwale, Margaret, Y. W. C. A Blair, Lone Blair, Valere Blake, Bessie E., Y. W. C.

Tennessee

A

Blanton, Mary Ethel Blanton, Ida Irene, Y. W. C. Block, Eugenia, Y. \V. C. A Blythe, Sarah Katherine Boardman, Carrie Bond, Anita, Y. W. C. A Bonville, Josephine

A

Tennessee Texas Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Arkansas Texas Florida Mississippi

Tennessee


Bouldin, Lizzie D., Y.

\V. C. A.,

B 2

Alabama

Bowers, Grace

Tennessee

Boyd, Mozelle Boyd, Nakcy B Boyxin, Margaret Bracken, Emma, Y. \Y. C. A., * Bracken, Elene Brandau, Alberta, Y. W. C. A

Kentucky Kentucky

Brandon, Dorothy, Brantley",

Madge,

T

Illinois

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

H IT

9KA

Brantley, Nell, Y. W. C. A., e Brewster, Plurie, Y. W. C. A Briley, Roberta

Tennessee

M

Alabama Alabama

KA

Texas Tennessee Tennessee

A

Brock, Ethel Brokaw, Dorothy, Y. W. C.

Brower, Eva Lea Brower, Lillian Brown, Hermosa, Y. W.

C.

A

A

Bryant, Sue, Y. W. C. A Bryson, Eunice MayBuckner. Mary Harding Buford, Rose, Y. \V. C. A Blrdett, Esther Lucille, Y. W. C. A., 8 Burnham, Alice A Burroughs, Mildred Burton, Mrs. James K Bush, Mackiewill Bussey, Carrie Dell Cage, Iley Xunn, Y. W. C. A., 6 K A Cage, Una, Y. W. C. A Caldwell, Marie Caldwell, Mary Elizabeth, Y. W. C. A

Calhoun, Vera Call, Freddie Camfield, Edna, Y. W. C.

Kansas Tennessee Tennessee Missouri Tennessee

Texas Tennessee Texas

KA

Illinois

Missouri Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee California

Texas Kansas Tennessee

Texas

A

Camfield, Gladys, Y. W. C. Campbell, Mildred Cantrell, Bess Garden, Willard

A

Tennessee Colorado Colorado Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Carlisle, Agnes Carmichael, Virginia, Y. W. Carpenter, Aileen, Y. W. C. A Carpenter, Lesta, Y. W. C. A

Mississippi

CA

Carpenter, Rachel Carpenter, Ruth, Y. W. C. Carr, Bailey Carter, Mrs. J. A Carter, Letitia Carter, Myrtle E., 2 $ K Cartwright, Marguerite Caruthers, Frances Caruthers, Minnie Cassity, Elizabeth Cayce, Amelia Chabot, Edith, Y. W. C A Chambers, Margaret Chandler, Mary Lucile,

Tennessee Texas Texas Tennessee Texas

A

Mississippi

Tennessee

Oklahoma Tennessee

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi

Tennessee Texas Tennessee

SIX

Chapin, Virginia, Y. W. C.

Chatham, Helen

V.,

2 $

Nebraska

Chattin, Ora Ellen, Y. W. C. A., A K ÂĽ Cheely, Frances Chester, Elizabeth, A Chiperfield, Margaret Ross, Y. W. C. A., $ Chisholm, Louise Sevier Christopher, Helen, Y. W. C. A Clark, Dorothy Clark, Mary Elizabeth, Clark, Willie Mai, Y. W. C. A Clayton, Della, Y. W. C. A Clayton, Pauline Clement, Elizabeth

6KA

Clement, Phoebe Clement, Rachel Cline,

Helen

Coate, Mildred S

Cochran, Mamie Taylor Coffelt, Maude Cogdell, Consuelo, Y.

Mississippi

A

K

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

M

r

Illinois

Tennessee

Kansas Tennessee Mississippi

Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Missouri

\V. C.

A

Texas


Cohen, Rosetta Cohn, Bertha Eva Cohn, Irma Lucile Colburn, Georgia Louise

Tennessee Louisiana

Tennessee

Alaboma

Cole, Annette Cole, M. Josephine

Mississippi

Coleman, Avalyn Colley, Flora Belle Collins, Bena, Y. W. C. A Colville, Elizabeth Compton, Georgia E., Y. W. C. A Compton, Glennie, Y. W. C. A Compton, Nell Conger, Carrington Conger, Laura Conley, Marion Conway, Helen Cook, Bessie Cooke, Mabel Helper Cook, Malcolm M Cooper, Alberta P Cooper, Lucy Bonner Cooper, Margaret Cooper, Margaret, Y. W. C. A Cooper, Mildred Corbitt, Myrtle Beazley Corley, Georgia Cornelius, Cammie, Y. W. C. A Cornelius, Rebecca Cornish, Nellie Fay Cottingham, Lucile, Y. W. C. A Cotton, Mary Yoxall Cowden, Eleanora Cowden, Fay Cowden, Ruth Cox, Olive V Craig, Louise, Y. W. C. A., 2 I X

W

Craig, Craig,

Kathryn

Mary

Adeline, 2

I

X

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Florida

Tennessee Indiana

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas Texas Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Kansas Texas Texas Tennessee

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Texas Tennessee Tennessee Texas Tennessee Indiana

Cramer, Miriam Crawford, Jane Douglas, A Crawford, Mary Louise, A Crews, Franc Lucille

Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

C

Crosby, Lillian, Y. W. A., A K * Crow, Nora V., B 2 O Crutchfield, Rachel Cummins, Kathleen Currey, Elmira Curry, Margaret, Y. W. C. A., A K * Dale, Frankie, * M T Davenport, Katherine, Y. W. C. A., B 2 O Davidson, Gertrude, Y. W. C. A Davies, Frances Allen, H T r Davis, Alex Davis, Mackie Davis, Margaret Davis, Sara Dawson, Alice Virginia, Y. W. C. Denmark, Mary Estelle, Dennison, Mrs. A. I

Illinois

Missouri Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Kentucky Tennessee Indiana Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

A

Kansas

SIX

Dentice, Cecil Dickerson, Jennie Dickinson, Helen Dickinson, Martha Overton Dilla, Geraldine P Dillard, Dean,

6KA

Dorsey, Nancy, Y. Dortch, Marion J Douglas, Alberta

\V. C.

Dowell, Ruth Boyd Drake, Elizabeth J., 2 $ Drisdale, Lula

A

K

Driver, Virginia

Dunan, Anna L., Y. W. C. A Duncan, Clare Elizabeth Duskin, Isabel, Y. W. C A Duval, Margaret Dunn Duvall, Mrs. Louise Butler

.

Georgia Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Indiana

Alabama Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Arkansas Ohio Missouri

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee


Early, Evelyn Eba, Margaret Elizabeth, Y. W. C. Echols, Sadie M Eckhardt, Elsa, Y. W. C. A EELUND, VendlA, A K * English, Miss Annie, A K *

Eshbaugh,

Mary

R., Y.

W.

Tennessee A.,

C.

Ohio Mexico Texas Illinois

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

M

Exum, Meadie Fain, Dorothy Ferguson, Christelle, Y. W.

Kentucky West Virginia

New

A

Eskind, Elsie Eskind, Manuel Eskind, Marguerite Evans, Frances Evans, Mary, Y. W. C. A., 2 I Evans, Ritha, Y. \V. C. A Ewell, Pauline, Y. W. C. A Ewing, Llewellyn, Y. W. C. A

B 2

X

Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi

C.

Fisher, Aileen, Y. \V. C. A., 2 Fisher, Pearl Forrest, Marguerite

I

A

Tennessee Louisiana

X

Tennessee

Forrester, Esse Permelia Foster, Xettie Rose Fowlkes, Alliene, Y. W. C. A Fox, Marguerite Lanier, Y. W. C. A Frank, Helen E Franklin, Martha, Frazer, Warner Freeman, Lillian Frierson, Elizabeth, Y. W. C. A., S I Fry, Josephine Frye, Mary, Y. W. C. A Funk, Maude, Y. W. C. A., * M r Gannaway, Julia Garanflo, Constance, Y. W. C. A Garanflo, Mildred Gardner, Elizabath, A Garrett, Kathleen Gee, Nellie L

Kentucky Rhode Island Texas Texas Texas Kentucky

HIT

X

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee California

Tennessee Arkansas Arkansas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Gentry, Rachel Jane, Y. W. C.

A

Oklahoma

M

Gibbs, Bexie, Y. W. C. A., # r Gibson, Lilyan Haynes Gillaspie, Eula Mae, Y. W. C. A., 6 K Glass, Fannie T., Y. W. C. A Glassell, Margaret Glenn, Lelia, Y. W. C. A Glenn, Susie Ewin, Y. W. C. A., 9 K A

Gnaedinger, Florence, Gold, Eliza John

6KA

Texas Kentucky Texas Tennessee Louisiana

Kentucky Tennessee Illinois

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas

Goldman, Babette Goldner, Beatrice Goldner, Celia Goldner, Irene Goodpasture, Mildred Gordon, Sue Gough, Gladys Graham, Elizabeth Graham, Ruth

Mississippi Mississippi

Grainger, Kate Gray, Mrs. George Gregory, Joyce Greene, Emaline, Greene, Mildred Greer, Glady'S, Y. W. Griffin, Ethel, Y. W. C. Grinter, Mary, Y. W. C. Grisham, Annawray

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Georgia Tennessee Tennessee

HIT CA A *

A.,

Gunn, Edna Hageman, Evelyn, Y. W. Haggard, Adelaide Hail, Avon Hail, Elizabeth Hale, Anne Bell, Y.

A

C. A.,

M *

Kentucky Alabama

M

r

Tennessee Indiana Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

A

Kentucky

Hall, Katherine Hall, Mary', Y. W. C. A Hambright, Hattie, Y. W. C. Hamilton, Clarice L

Tennessee Tennessee

Hammond, Lucy

E.,

W.

Y.

C.

W.

C.

A A

Kentucky Tennessee Texas


Hanke, Myrtle, 9 K A Harbeson, Bessie, Y. VV. C. A Hardesty, Valera, * M T Hardison, Virginia Harper, Willie Harris, Dorothy

Illinois

Mississippi

Kentucky Kentucky

Drew

W

Hart, Elizabeth Harvey, Clara Harvey, Sylla Hatch, Gladys, Y. \V. C. A., B 2 Hayes, Mrs. Adele Hayes, Annie Lee Haynie, Lilas, Y. W. C. A Hays, Martha Hays, Thelma, Y. W. C. A Head, Brenda Head, Frances, Y. W. C. A., B 2 Berbrick, Frank Harrison

Herndon, Lucy Herron, Katherine Hetherington, Sara Ward Hewitt, Harriette, Y. W. C. Hewitt, Mildred Hickerson, Lillie Hickman, May Spencer Hicks, Gladys, Y. W. C.

.

Kentucky Tennessee

Alabama North Carolina A.,

$

A

Higman, Helen Gertrude Hill,

Mary

M,Y.W.C.A,BSO

Hitchcock, May Hitchcock, Sara Holbert, Maud Hollinshead, Dorinda Hollinshead, Henry Hollinshead, Margaret Holmes, Mary Ann Holmes, Sue Hooks, Olga

M

r

Tennessee Indiana Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama

A

Hicks, Martha B., Y. W. C. Hicks, Mildred

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Missouri Tennessee Tennessee Missouri Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee

Mississippi

Tennessee Michigan Missouri

Tennessee Tennessee Louisiana

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi

Tennessee Texas

Hooks, Verna, Y. W. C. A Hoover, Fletcher Hoover, Ida Hopkins, Mary Kate, 2 $ K Hopkins, Sadie Lee, Y. W. C. Hopkins, Sarah Horn, Leah, Y. W. C. A Horn, Vivian Marie Houston, Annie Houston, Mary D., A T 2 Howe, Harriet, Y. W. C. A

Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

A

Mississippi

Tennessee Mississippi

New York

Howell, Bessie Howse, Martha Elizabeth Hughes, Nannie Campbell, Y. W. C. A Hughes, Velma, Y. W. C. A Hunt, Christine, ATS Hunter, Mattie, Y. W. C. A., B 2 O Inman, Mary C, Y. W. C. A James,

Ruby

Jarman, Gertrude Jarman, Mamie Gordon, Y. W. C. Jarratt, Frances Jennings, Gladys

9KA

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee

A

Jennings, Laurie, Jennings, Pauline Johnson, Harriet Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Johnson, Ruth, Y. W. C. A Johnson, Vivian, Y. W. C. A., A K * Johnston, Bess, Y. W. C. A, i K * Johnston, Carrie Lou Jones, Almeda Ward Jones, Edith Jones, Louise, Jones, Virginia, Y. W. C. A., O K A Jones, Zetta, E., Y. W. C. A Jordan, Jessica, Y. W. C. A Joseph, Augusta Justice, Josephine

SIX

Tennessee Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Ohio

Oklahoma Tennessee Tennessee Arkansas Missouri Georgia Mississippi

Washington Texas Indiana Tennessee


Kadel. Bertie M Kadel, Ruby Kahx, Hilda, L Keeble, Cornelia, A Keithly, Hortense, Y. W. C. A Kelley, Helen Kennett, Anna Luna Kercheval, Nancy Kiger,

Tennessee Tennessee Louisiana Tennessee Missouri

Tennessee

Panama Kentucky

Vernon

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Killebrew, Helen, A Killebrew, Martha, A King, Gladys King, Mary Ethel King, Norine King, Norma L., Y.

New Mexico Tennessee

New Mexico W.

C.

A

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Kiningham, Frances C Kiningham, Thelma Clair Kinnaird, Gladys, Y. \V. C. A Kirby, Josephine Kirkxand, Katherine Kireman, Eleanor Klein, Morris Klyce, Frances Virginia Knox, Valencia, Y. W. C. A., B 2 Laffoon, Laura Isabel, Y. W. C. A., Lahm, Irene A., Y. W. C. A Landis, Linda Landrith, Grace G Landstreet, Frances, S $ K Lazarus, Frances, Y. W. C. A League, Winifred, Y. W. C. A Lear, Mary Torrey", Y. W. C. A Lee, Gretchen Lee, Mildred Leftwich, Marian Emily, Leitzbach, Elizabath, Y. W. C. A

ATS

Leonard, Jean Young Levering, Laurel, Y. W. C. A Levy, Leah Belle

Kentucky Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Georgia

A K *

Kentucky Ohio Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Kentucky Missouri Mississippi

Tennessee Missouir Tennessee Illinois

Tennessee Ohio Tennessee

Lilly,

Grace G Martha, A

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Arkansas Texas Texas Indiana

I.indsey,

Lindsley, Henrietta,

ATS

Georgia Mae, 9 K A Lockwood, Bess List,

Logan, Lucile Longacher, DeLoscia R., Y. W. C. Love, Myrtle, Y. W. C. A., S I X Loventhal, Dorothy

A

Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Lowe, Helen Lowry, Mrs. W. L Loyd, Mary Ross, Y. W. C. A Lusk, Frances, A Lynn, Laura, Y. W. C. A Mahan, Vivian Lucille, Y. W. C.

Malone, Bertha Malone, Marion Maney, Annie May Maney, Elise Master, Sarah R., A Maraman, Dixie Marshall, Gex, Y. W. C. A., A Marshall, Mildred, S * K Martin, Mary, SIX Martin, Mary Lee May, Roberta Lee Mayberry, Sophronia Mays, Dorothea Rutledge McBride, Chloe, Y. W. C. A McBride, Euclid McCarn, Corneille McCarn, Mary D McCaskill, Minnie Lee McConnico, Agnes McClain, Bernice Maurine, A

McCown, Hope,

Oklahoma Kentucky

A

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

K*

Illinois

California

Kentucky Tennessee

Nevada Tennessee Tennessee Texas Tennessee Hawaii Hawaii Florida

Tennessee

K*

Missouri

BSO

McCoy, Sessums, Y. W. C A McCray, Virginia Lee, Y. W. C. McCready, Nelle, Y. W. C. A

Kentucky Tennessee A.,

B S O

Mississippi

Oklahoma


McDearmon, Virginia, Y. W. McDonald, Elizabeth, Y. W. McDonald, Octa

C A.,

McFarland, Bessie Harker, McGill, Annie Kendrick

IT

C. A.,

B S B 2 O

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

J

McInnis, Ruth

Mississippi

McKeever, Katherine McKenney, Ella H McLean, Virginia, Y. W. C. A McLemore, Susie V McManus, Lois Marie, Y. W. C. A McTyeire, Holland N

Tennessee

Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi

Meiers, Marguerite Middleton, Lilburne, Y. W. C. A Millender, Margaret, Y. W. C. A., e Miller, Charlene Frances Miller, Jane, Y. W. C. A., # M r Miller, Lucile, Y. W. C. A., * M r Miller, Zelma Marguerite Mills, Emily L., 2 $ K Mizell, Georgia Hooper, 6 K A Mollison, Marjorie, Y. W. C. A Monk, Gladys, Y. W. C. A Monnish, Jeanette

Montgomery, Ruth Montgomery, Willabeth Moody, Fanny Moore, Cemmie Mai Moore, Clara Edyth, Y. W. C. A Moore, Hortense, Y. W. C. A., * Moore, Lois, Y. W. C. A

KA

Morse, Corinne Louise Morton, Nell

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Louisiana North Carolina Tennessee Texas Indiana Texas Tennessee Tennessee California

Louisiana

Alabama Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas

M

T

Morawitz, Alma Moreland, Maude Elizabeth, Y. W. C. A Morey, Marjorie, Y. W. C. A Morris, Edna Morrow, Harriette Inez

Morrow, Margaret E

Missouri Mississippi

Illinois

Texas Missouri Mississippi

Wisconsin Louisiana Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas

Moss, Ruth L Mourfield, Gladys, Y.

VV. C.

Murphey, Margaret Murphree, Adelaide Murray, Cornelia Murray, John Buchanan Myers, Dorothy Naive, Beulah Nathan, Pauline, ATS Neil, Elizabeth, A Nellums, Edna Belle, Y. W. Nelms, Nell Nelson,

Tennessee Tennessee

A

Mississippi

Alabama

C.

A

Mary

Newsom, Cathryn, Y. W. Newsom, Mrs. E. H

C. A.,

B 2

Noland, Lois Noland, Margaret Nolen, Willie House Noojin, Marguerite Northway, Hiley P

Alabama

Oakes, Laurel Harper, Y. W. C. O'Bryan, Mary O'Callaghan, Mary Thomas O'Connor, Margaret Officer, Gertrude, Y. W. C. A Ogilvey, Lucile, Y. W. C. A., 2 Onstott, Mrs. Gertrude Britt Osuna, Mrs. Andre Overall, Katrina, Overall, Mary John Overall, Natalie Overby, Mary C Overstreet, Ethel, Y. W. C. A Overstreet, Mabel Overton, Harriet, Y. W. C. A., Owens, Bessie Owens, Louise, Y. W. C. A

I

A

X

M

r

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

ATS

Palmer, Cora Palmer, Hilda Marie, $

Tennessee Tennessee Ohio Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Virginia

Florida Florida

B20

Tennessee Texas Mississippi

Tennessee Indiana


Parker, Parker, Parker, Parkes,

Alice, V.

W.

Fitzgerald

A

Missouri

Jr

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

C.

S.,

Margaret Bertie

Parks, Lillian"

Mississippi

Parman, Martha Elizabeth

Tennessee Tennessee

Patterson, Bessie Patterson, Florence Paclk, Madge Payne, Ethel, Y. \V. C. A Pearcy, Evelyn, Y. W. C. A., 2 Peebles, Corinne Sterling Pexick, Mary, Y. W. C. A., Perkins, Elizabeth, * M r Petross, Irma Petter, Margaret Miller Pettey, Lucile Phillips. Mrs. J. H Pierce, Mary Pierce, Minnie Pilcher, Catherine Pitt,

Wiletta Ruth, #

Pitts,

XI

California

Tennessee Mississippi I

X

Alabama Indiana

Arkansas Missouri

Texas Tennessee Texas

Tenn Te

Berry

r

W. X

Polhill, Ilah Guyon, Y.

Pound, Martha L., 2 I Preston, Annie Eliza, Y. Preston, Bertha Sue Preston, Ruth Lucile

C.

A

\V. C.

A

KA

Prigmore, Anna Mildred, Y. W. C. A Proctor, Van Meter Proyost, Katherine Provost, Lilla Puckett, Magnes (JUACKEXBU5H, Hilda, Y. W. C. A., B Z Ralph, Beatrice, $ XI r Randolph, Celeste. Y. \V. C. A., Z I X

Ransom, Margaret

Tennessee Tennessee Georgia Tennessee

Kentucky Kentucky Missouri

Tennessee

Price, Virginia

Prince, Elizabeth, 6

Tennessee Tennessee

Alabama Missouri Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Illinois

Arkansas Texas Tennessee

Rawlixgs, Mrs. E. H Ray, Amelia Nell Ray, Sallie Maude, Y. W.

Rebman, Mamie, Y. Reeks, Betty Rec.ex, Louise Regen, Martha Reib, Mattie Lee

\V. C.

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

CA A

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas

Renick, Elizabeth Rhea, Jessie Rhea, Linda Rice, Annie Hays, A K * Rice, Katherine, A K * Richardson, Mary Emma Rickman, Margaret, Y. \Y. C.

Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi

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A.,

Sara Riebxeack, Ruth, Y. W. C. A Rimmer, Clara Rimmer, Fay" Robards, Ida B Robbixs, Clyde Roberts, Mary Clifton Roberts, Martha Leoxa, Y. W.

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ATS

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,

A

Rosborough, Ellie, Y. W. C. A., ZIX Rosborough, Janie, Y. W. C. A Rose, Mrs. Genxett Pride Routt, Valois Rowland, Kate Rowland, Mariox Rucker, Rachel, * M r Rutherford, May, Y. W. C. A Rutledge, Norma Sac.er, Esther Juanita, Y. VV. C. A

Z

I

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Tennessee Tennessee Michigan Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennecsee Georgia Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Texas Nebraska Ohio Texas Texas Tennessee

Kentucky Tennessee

Oklahoma Tennessee Tennessee Texas New Mexico


Samuels, Lavola, Y. VV. C. A Sand, Mary Elizabeth Sanders, Anita Ladelle, Sanders, Frances, Y. W. C. A Satterfield, Lucile Satterfield, Vera Sawyer, Beulah Sawyer, Frances, Schloemer, Marion Schnabaum, Zelda, Y. W. C. A

Kentucky Tennessee

BSO

Missouri

Alabama Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

BSO

Iowa Kentucky Arkansas

Schureman, Louise, Y. W. C. A., B S Schwartz, Elizabeth Scott, Arwin, Y. W. C. A., B 2 Scott, Dessa Scott, Ora, Y. W. C. Scott, Rowena

Missouri Tennessee Louisiana

Kansas

A

Oklahoma Louisiana

Seaton, Ollie Lee Self, Dollie Settle, Nannie May Sexton, D. P Shannon, Nannie Bell

Shannon, Sarah Sharp, Mary Louise Shaw, Nora, Y. W. C. A Shelton, Hallie Mae, Y. W. C. Shepperd, Ethel Houck Shoop, Mary, Y. W. C. A

Tennessee Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee A.,

Silverschatz, Della Simmerman, Winnie Davis, Y. W. C. Simmons, Julia, Y. W. C. A Simmons, Mary Simmons, Mrs. N. G Simmons, Theola

W

Sims,

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Skelton, Elizabeth Skillman, Elizabeth, S Skinner, Eula M Slayden, Helen Slayden, Imogen,

ATS

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Mississippi

Indiana

Kansas Tennessee

A

Kentucky

Sloane, Maude Marie Sloan, Jeannette Smith, Bertie, Y. W. C. A Smith, Bessie C Smith, Cecilia, Y. W. C. A Smith, Corinne, Y. W. C. A., 2

Alabama Tennessee Louisiana Tennessee Indiana I

Smith, Dorothea E Smith, Daisy Smith, Elizabath L., Y. W. C. A., Smith, Esther Lee, Y. W. C. A Smith, Fay R Smith, Irene, Y. W. C. A Smith, Leda Smith, Leonard R Smith, Mary R Smith, Minnie LeRoy Smith, Myrtle, Y. W. C. A Smith, Orabel, Y. W. C. A Smith, Roberta Smith, Thomas O. H Sorrells, Mamie Sparks, Edna, Y. W. C. A Sparks, Kathleen, Y. W. C. A Speece, A. J Spence, Lucile, Y. W. C. A

Sperry, Ferdina

Stahlman, Margaret, Standley, Marie Stanley, Hattie

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Mississippi

Indiana Tennessee

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Starr, Jessie B Stebbins, Florence Lee, Y. W. C. Steere, Sybil Stephens, Vera Stevens, Francesca Stevenson, Lillian

Kentucky Tenn Tenn

Stewart, Hazel Stewart, Marjorie Stockell, Alice Eloise

Tennessee

Stokes, Adrienne

Kentucky Texas

Oklahoma Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

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Oklahoma Arkansas

Oklahoma

A

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A

Strange, Elizabeth, Y. W. C. Street, Frances, Y. W. C. A Street, Mary G., Y. W. C. A Street, Mary Julia, Y. W. C. Strickland, Luelle, Y. W. C.

A

Strop, Helen Lee Strop, Lillian May, Y.

A

W.

C.

A.,

Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky 2

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Alabama Georgia Missouri Missouri Tennessee

Strother, Kathleen Sturgis,

Edwina

Sullenberger, Louise Sullivan, Gypsy Sumpter, Clara Wrenne Suttle, Allie Kate

Texas Texas Texas Tennessee Mississippi

Sutton, Eva, Y. W. C. A Sutton, Maud, Y. W. C. A Swint, Marion Sype, Eileen, Y. W. C. A

Missour Missouri

Tennessee Illinois

Helen Talbot, Ada Sy-pe,

Illinois

Virginia, Y. W. C. A., B S Talbot, Vance, Y. W. C. A., 2 I X Talley, Nell, Y. W. C. A., A K *

Talley, Tayxor, Taylor, Taylor,

Florida

Thelma

Tennessee Arkansas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Eunice Fannie

Rubye Augusta Thornton, Ann Frank, Thornton, Christine Thornton, Mildred, Tillman, Louise A Timberlake, Katheryn, B 2 Timmons, Melinda

HTT HTT

Tippens, Sallie Tisdale, Roberta Tolmie, Leron, 2 *

Tracy, Isabel Dalton

Ruth

Trousdale, Mattie

Mississippi

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

K

Townes, Florence Townsley, Lela Trigg,

Tennessee Tennessee

Mississippi

Tennessee District of

Columbia Tennessee Tennessee

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Tenn Texas

A

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Wade, Lizziedine K Wagner, Annie, Y. W. C. A Walker, Bobbie Walker, Corinne Wall, Fay S., Y.*V. C A Wall, Sallie (' Walsh, Margaret, Y. W. C. A Warden, Margaret Lindsley Ware, Gladys Warmath, Louise Warner, Percie Washburn, Elizabeth Watkins, Mrs. T. R Weakley, Susie Weakley, Venita Wear, Grace D., Y. W. C. A Webb, Edna Jane, Y. W. C. A Webb, Pearle, Y. W. C. A Webster, Macon Webster, Sarah Weil, Mae Rose Weil, Marie C Weiss, Lillian

H

Welburn, Martha Welch, George Welch, Johnie Ruth Welch, Willie Mildred Wells, Jennie

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Ohio Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Mississippi

Texas Tennessee

Oklahoma Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Texas Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Louisiana Tennessee

Nebraska Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Florida

Alabama Illinois

Texas


White, Lucile

A

White, Lurene, Y. W. C. A. Whitelaw, Dorothy, Y. W.

Arkansas Arkansas

:

C. A.,

S

I

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Ohio Tennessee Tennessee

Whitesell, Jessie Lucile, Y. W. C. A Whitesell, Lillian Byrd Whitlock, Florence, Y. W. C. A Whitmarsh, Bess, Y. W. C. A., 2 I X

Illinois

Arkansas Tennessee

Whorley, Louella Wiggins, Gladys, Y. W. C.

A

Illinois

Wilcox, Jessie Belle, Y. W. C. A Wilkerson, Glenna May Wilkins, Frances, Y. W. C. A

ATS

Williams, Anita, Williams, Bessie Williams, Corinne Williams, Ethel Williams, Gertrude Williams, Henri D Williams, Mary, Y. W. C. A Williams, Minnie Olga Williamson, Frances, Williamson, Leonora, Y. W. C. Willing, Marguerite, Y. W. C. Willing, Vivian, Y. W. C. A., 2

ATS

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Mississippi

Willingham, Ruth

Kentucky

Wills, Mamie Wilson, Alberta Weir Wilson, Alice, Y. W. C. A., A

HTT HTT

Wilson, Dorothy, Wilson, Ella Mai, Wilson, Gertrude, Y. W. C.

Tennessee Tennessee

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Maryland Tennessee Tennessee

A.,

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Illinois

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Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

ATS

Wootten, Corinne Wootten, Julia, A K * Wright, Edith Yeatman, Reba Lee York, Ethel Young, Addie Forman, A K * Young, Elizabeth, Y. W. C. A Young, Kathlene, S * K Young. Mabel Zaiser, Marguerite, Y. W. C. A Zickler, Edna Zigler, Ione

M

Zimmerman, Freda Zwirn, Esther Geraldine

Tennessee Tennessee

Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Oklahoma Tennessee Texas

*

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Oklahoma Oklahoma Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee

Kentucky Mississippi

Tennessee Mississippi

Iowa Tennessee Louisiana

Oklahoma Mississippi


toijo,

assisteb bp

tfje

members

of her Department,

has cheerfully giben her best in time anb contributions

make our annual a

Success, anb toho trulp is one of

the strong founbations of "jlflileStones," toe

bebicate this our greatest achiebe=

ment

of

1913=1914

to


Cbttortai

EW

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VERY

In other words, every new Our annual probably had the most difficult time of anything around Ward-Belmont getting a satisfactory name. There were clubs and sororities to be named, the monthly publication, chapels and then so many buildings that when our time came thing has to be called something.

object created

must be named.

seemed that every available source had been drained to the limit earlier in the The Staff begged and implored suggestions from the student body and after many such appropriate names as "Milady's Iris" and "Milady in Stripes" had been deliberated upon and abandoned because of their lack of durability, "Milestones" was chosed from the number of names submitted. We are fortu-

it

year.


nate in the adoption of this name since it expresses so exactly what our annual stands for each edition marks the "Milestones" for that particular year and is in itself a " milestone" in the history of the school.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Had

the Staff of "Milestones" not had utmost confidence in the following "Milestones" would never have been the success it is:

lines of Herrick,

"Attempt the end and never stand to doubt; Nothing's so hard but search will find it out."

Having adopted them as our motto and having felt the inspiration they impart, to each Ward-Belmont girl's consideration.

we commend them


g>tatf of Jffltlestone* Zetta Elizabeth Jones

Editor-in-Chief

Gladys V. Hatch Chloe McBeide

Associate Editor Associate Editor

Business Managers

Literary Editors

Jeaxxette Sloax Martha Lixdsey Lucy Bonner Cooper

Virginia Lee

McCray

Elizabeth McDonald

Katrixa Overall Art Editors

Sue Holmes Aileex Fisher Mary Torrey Lear Expression Editors

Margaret Rickmax Mariox Rowland

Athletic Editors

Adeline Craig

Ama Barker Laurel Levering

Household Economics

Maude Coffelt Alice Burxham


Wqi Seniors' In years to

come when we

Jfarctoell

from thee, thy hill-top shall surround, Ward-Belmont, how our hearts will turn again To greet the new-born splendor thou hast found.

When

are far

lore of years

We'll live again the days we've loved so well, The trials vanquished by time's magic touch; We'll greet the friends our hearts now hold so dear,

And In

leaving, realize

we

lose so

much.

memory

the sunset's glow will send Hazes of purple mists and glints of gold,

To light with splendor thy magnolias rare And classic columns that will then be old.

And you who

follow long the paths we've loved to stray

Guard well our college, strive to live, to see, The mystic vision that her precepts teach; Keep her traditions pure, her spirit free.

And

you, our

The

first

Alma Mater,

to leave

That cannot be

And

all

help us that

love us well,

your portals for the life sunshine, give us strength

we triumph

in the strife.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;L. O.


Senior CIas& Flower

— Daisy. Mollo

— Only those

Colors live

— White and gold.

who do good.

Miss Mason

Sponsor

OFFICERS Hope McCowx Martha Pound Ora Smith

Mary

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

G. Street

DIPLOMAS Lilue Anderson Laura Ator Margaret Bagwell Eleanor Baker Eugenia Baker Ethel Blanton Ida Blanton Mozelle Boyd Roberta Briley Della Clayton Bena Collins Fay Cowden Marian Dortch Christelle Ferguson Lelia Glenn Ethel Griffin Clarice Hamilton Mary Inman

Ward- Bel mo n Ward- Bel mo n Ward- Belmon Ward Belmon Ward- Belmon Ward- Belmon Ward-Belmont Classica Ward Belmon Ward Belmon Ward Belmon

Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward-Belmont and

Belrr

Ward Ward

Almeda Ward Jones Zetta Jones Laurel Levering

Chloe McBride Hope McCown Lilburne Middleton Zelma Miller Laurel Harper Oakes .

.

.

Irma Petross Mary Dale Robertson

Marian Rowland Lavola Samuels Mary Shoop Elizabeth Skillman Fay Smith

Ora Smith Lurene White

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MISCELLANEOUS DIPLOMAS Mary

D. Allen Nannie Anderson Annie Hobson Beaslev Elise Beaven Margaret Bierschwale Lucile Chandler Aileen Carpenter Virginia Chapin Marguerite Cartwright Frances Cheely Mary Clark Lucy Bonner Cooper Clare Duncan Elizabeth Eba Mary Evans Constance Garanflo Kathleen Garrett Gladys Hatch Frances Head Gladys Hicks Verna Hooks Frances Klyxe

Elise

Maney

.

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Seminary and Academic Belmont Special English Seminary Ward-English Belmont Special English and Academic Ward-English Belmont Special English and Academic Seminary and Academic

Sarah Manier Mildred Marshall

Academic Seminary Seminary Seminary and Academic Seminary and Academic Academic Academic Academic Ward-English Belmont Special English and Academic Seminary Seminary and Academic Academic Belmont Special English Ward-English

Katherine Provost Linda Rhea

McCray Virginia McDearmon Elizabeth McDonald Virginia

Edna Nellums Margaret Petter Martha Pound

Margaret Rickman Dessa Scott Lillian Stevenson Mary Julia Street

Mary G. Street Luella Strickland Eva Sutton Mildred Thornton Louise Tillman Margaret Davis Katherine Whidden Alice Wilson Dorothy Wilson

Seminary Ward-English Seminary and Academic Ward-English

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President Senior Class;

As President

B2

O;

of the Senior Class,

Kentucky Club;

Hope

S.

G. A.

2 I X; Vice-President of Dixie Club; President of Georgia Club; Vice-President of Senior Class; S. G. A.

presents an awe-inspiring

respect-compelling appearance. As she threads her way through the crowded halls, head bent in intense absorption, scholarly shoulders draped in her classic crimson wrap, a text-book clutched in one hand and a list of Senior privileges in the other, she may well be regarded with reverence. But to those who see her when she casts her cares aside, she shows a different aspect of her versatile nature. She possesses an exceptionally genial and persuasive disposition and her laugh is famous for a certain clear and ringing cadence, a peculiar charm all its own. She is wise or foolish, frivolous or serious as the circumstances demand, and it is an unusual mood indeed with which Hope cannot sympathize.

"She is pretty to walk with. Witty to talk with

and

And

pleasant, too, to think

c

And we might

say pleasant to dance with, for Martha is an authority on all the new dances. She was one of the "chosen few" to sit at dinner with Vandy's Glee Club. And Martha sings, Yes, we agree that she is quite talented and mighty popular, too.

and Sigma Iota Chis don't

see

how they

could do without her.


Mary Grinter Street .

w. c

* M; Y. W.

C. A.; S. G. A.; Treasurer of Senior Class;

Kentucky Club

Ten Themes, themes, themes! That is all Ora hears. If they are She has two ambitions at not her own, they are sombody else's. Those present, to go to Wellesley next year and to learn to swim. last ambition will soon be her who watch her in the pool testify that She rooms on the third floor of Heronholm and has the gratified. nick-name of "The Hermit." She thinks she has too many studies, but she wouldn't mind them at all if it were not for the fact that she studies Chemistry.

G. Street, the delicate little infirmary girl with the willowy form, drinks cream and eats continually between meals in order She never studies or touches the piano, as all her time to get fat. is taken up in settling her various love affairs and in going before the She has been here so long that faculty for her many wild escapades. it would be an endless task to find out just how long it has been since timid little girl in knee dresses. she first made her appearance as a

Mary

But with

all

quite a jar

her faults,

when

this

we

fear that this institution will receive

mighty

pillar

removes

its

support and goes

out into the big world to seek the "Ideal Knight."


Winner of Founders' Day .Medal, 1913: Tennessee Club: Dixie Club; V. W. C. A.; S. G. A.; Senior in Expression;

French Ciub

Any one who

has seen Ethel swinging

down

the park to her breathing exercises, an expression book clutched madly in one hand, a Cicero in the other, her once classic

brow bound

clouded with anxiety, knows that she is for a "Ca-reer." Along with her career go the seven dogs, and we insist later a cat and a bird-cage.

She

still

retains her fondness for

certain of her former friends, to

As her college days she passes through; Having her friends by many a score,

The above individual of the dusky orbs and Southern drawl, has been an inhabitant

ing their hearts to the very core.

Key West to Texas and perhaps to Alaska. One of her most admirable traits is her power for raving, which she pursues with much gusto and animosity, and with that breadth of vocabulary and excellent control of the English language which has long been one

but she is partial to her native Just ask her which ranks second, Kentucky or Texas! She has a fellowfeeling for the maidenly statues on the campus and other Belmont fixtures, as she has been with us so long that she has almost grown Her rooted (even attached) to the spot. fondest ambition is to succeed Miss McClure as chapel teacher, as she feels that she has made a great success this year as a substitute in that line, as well as presiding at mass-meetings, where the order was alwavs perfect (?? of divers places,

State, Tennessee.

Six whole years at school she's been,

Into

many

a scrape she's gotten.

But she makes her good escape sings her blessings unto fate.

And

whom, we

hear, she writes long and voluminous epistles concerning her future. Her future seems to lie in the paths of pedagogy, extending from

of her characteristics.

There's not a thing this maid can't do,

Only sixteen years

is

this

maiden so

bright,

And the faculty all think her just about right; From all of this you'd think she'd be spoiled, But from morn

till

night she steadily toils.

xx!!!??).

Many

a position of honor she's held,

All her fine qualities

cannot be spelled;

To the Annual the name of Milestones And think of the trouble she now has

she gave, us saved.

Zetta should really have been a product of the early ages, when Latin was the popular language, as she is so fond of it and so brilliant and fluent in that particular class. Since she is chief editor of this book, there is much we could tell you that must be left unsaid, or we might get "in Dutch," so will let the above photo speak for "itself."


B Z O; S. G. A.; S * Kentucky Club In

spite

"Sliz,"

among

as

her

oms no

many

less

is

that

fact

Elizabeth,

school friends, has

or

known

more commonly

changed

than half a dozen times.

And

cutting four yes, teeth and yet she still wears that famous "Sliz" smile. girl in Wardliked better is no I'm sure there Belmont than "Sliz." She now says she is

besides

all

the whole

I

the

of

she

of this, she

sum

of four

is

— wisdom

going to try cooking, for I guess she has made This sounds rather a stab at everything else. suspicious, but no one knows what future plans may be in her little head.

Pokey? Yes' Dick gets everywhere at the last minute; nevertheless she comes out ahead in her classes. She's constantly up to

some

mischief, but

owing

to her

winning ways

She can she generally manages to get by. expound psychological facts and go through the latest contortions of the tango with the "Darling" seems to be quite success. an important personage with her, but we can't quite determine the relationship between the two. Although she invariably wears the yellow chrysanthemum Thanks-

same

giving, with the

first

warm

breath of spring "to be

her fancy turns to Sewanee's violets seasonable," she says.

We agree

that she's very pretty,

Has sweet eyes and beautiful hair; and gracious and witty.

She's clever

But

—that

little

preoccupied

air!


B 2 O: S. G. A.; Literary Editor of Annual; Chairman of Association

News Committee of V. W. C. A., '12'13, 'l3-'l4; Cotillion Member; Mississippi Club

When

the opportunity is given nething suitable for Elizabeth

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

I

I

to find

hard to make it nice hard to make it big mean big enough to take in all

very hard. First, enough, and then

enough

me

it's

it's

her capabilities.

When it's time for the V. W. C. A. cabinet meeting, there I see Elizabeth; and then on the tennis court I see her playing a corking game. She carries a huge pile of books around, and really uses them, too. She will weep a little when she is refused a permission, but then that very night you can see her tripping with the lightest.

eparable from her pretty black hair and appealing blue eyes is the soft, gentle with the characteristic Mississippi drawl. The combination, however, has won

Margaret D. was absent so long, her return we sang a song,

On

;he didn't sing quite so loud,

Fcr her poor brain she had

to crowd.

her friends in all the faculty, insured her popularity among the girls, and, incidentally, her own way in everything she wants. She is

On German and Math she turned And took it otT of dances divine, And so we welcome the little lass

President of that august body of self-regulating girls, a literary editor of the annual; in

Into our great big Senior Class.

few organizations in school in which her name does not appear. But, in spite of her dignified appearance, we who know her best could "tales unfold" which would vouch for the fact that she has a frivolous side to her nature. Her weakness seems to be tardiness to French class, caused by the diligence with which she watches her postfact, there are

office box.

her mind,


Dessa Scott S. G. A.; Kansas- Nebraska Club; Secretary and Treasurer of Deutsche Yerein

This

is

the Kansas

girl,

with the true Kan-

She has black hair, and wonderful brown eyes, and she certainly uses them, too. They sparkle with wit, flash in anger, and laugh with joy. And last, but not least, they are very expressive at "Decker's." She is a musician as well as a "History of Art" student, of which she is especially fond, and she spends much of her time on the park admiring the graceful flow and lines of Ward-Belmont sas spirit.

statuary

(?)

Zelma Miller

Irma Petross President Expression Department; S. G. A.; Y. W. C. A.

S.

G. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Texas Club

Arkansas Club;

In spite of faculty's wishes,

A lovely, dependable girl who came to us from a quiet little town in the heart of the Ozarks. She is beloved by all for her happy smile and good will towards every one. By her thoughtful and quaint little ways Irma has gained the of Faith Hall."

name

of

"The

Little

Mother

This Lone Star girl, thru pots and dishes, Latin, lawns and dramatic grace, Her diploma has severely chased.

And

lo,

success has crowned her

efforts.

many


Among

the "Sweet Seniors" from the Lone

find our little western cowboyher loveliness and womanly grace, stamped in our memories, never to be forgotten and often to be thought of in the years

Star State, girl

with

to come.

all

we

Ethel was especially interested during the year in the study of Latin verbs, or rather the Latin verb, "Amo." As for English verbs, she was interested only in the past tense containing "bene"

latter part of her Senior

She

lives "It

is

up to her motto: best in every case, you know,

To have two

strings

unto your bow."

Uncle Sam could prove that Ethel Last of all, she is content with two. regulating" and a Senior.

isn't

"self-

Marion

hails

smile cheers

all

from Oklahoma. Her sunnywho meet her. Her favorite

pastime is writing up history of art pictures(?) She has already begun her coveted collection of statuary. Marion finds "gym" a bore, but nevertheless attends for fear of night study hall. Sometimes strange and mysterious sounds float from her room, but on investigating it is found that she is only practicing And it is even rumored that "expression." she will some day be a famous actress.


Lavola Samuels

Oklahoma Club; Fav always enters the confident,

serene

S.

G.

Y.

\.

may

ment

arise.

countenance This

is

which seems

a source of wonder-

to her friends, since she

is

most often

She is always seeking development and some day she may be a great authoress, as she starts everything rather

than

A

('..

A.;

* M; Y. W.

Kentuckv

lessons.

with the determination to win.

To know little

her

for she

He

;

to

love

her.

She

is

a

person, bus\ as can be from morning to

night, but never

wears the

)o

busy to forget to smile,

smile that won't

come

mania is to go shopping Saturda and to go to Skalowski's.

off."

C. A.;

S.

G. A.

Let the world come. Let the world go; A fig for a sorrow. A hang for a woe.

ith that

seen pouring over a "Vogue," or discussing styles

C.

Club classroo

that) she has no fears for the questions

that

W.

Three years ago "this" arrived from KenShe still claims it as her home, but believe that most of her life has been spent in Nashville. She still has a fondness for the old State and its occupants, though, so now, that she has, by hard and faithful work, completed the course, we are glad to tucky.

wc

send her back.

She is a vers' dignified young lad)- and feels her age and importance very much, but we indulge in childish pastimes now and then, so she took hers in a prolonged case of mumps. The only serious objections we can find to her are her overfondness for the fourth letter of the alphabet, the front seat at shows and Sunday specials. Wc might also add that her good disposition is against her, and her studious habits worry all her friends for fear that she will go into a decline. all


Frances Head B 2 O;

Can it be possible that this attractiveyoung lady with the beautiful auburn hair is the same little red headed, freckled face girl who came here so long ago? She, like other humans, has her faults, or rather weaknesses, such as Decker's corner, 2 X's,

A flirt? Who is

that

/

it

takes six

Her one great grief is long months for letters to go

and come from the Philippines. Many will wonder why she worries so over this, but those who know her will understand and sympathize with her.

of

Kentucky

S.

Oh, no, 'tis Lady Clare, both charming and most fair; With lovely eyes and pretty hair

For two years we have known Frances, As 'round the school she dances,

And

And

sweetie dimples that are rare!

all

and Fifth Avenue.

President

G. A.; Y. W. C. A.; VicePresident French Club

Club;

A

must confess, She steals the hearts of young boys, yes, And then she throws them in the grass flirt?

And

Well, yes,

there they shatter, oh, alas!

Ah, Clare! do not so cruel

But tack

this sign

upon a

my

One day we both

much

for prose or

rhyme, time.

Washington went, On joy and pleasure we sure were bent; We saw Mr. Wilson nicely crowned And viewed the suffragettes walk around.

be,

tree

"I here resolve to break no hearts

Of mankind with

while I'm not

With her you can have a mighty good

I

cunning arts!"

to

New York

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; where we nearly

And then

to

Our eyes

as red as our cheeks

fr<

and nose,

And then on a joy ride to school we returned, To the books and the studies so joyously spume


Mary Ltcile Chandler Z

I

X; S. G. A.; Mississippi Club

Elise

SIX; ville

Always gentle, sweet and true, Very studious (?), yet harmless, too, From Mississippi, so lends a hand To dance and rove as all the band. Her one ambition is to heal; We yell: Good speed, Mary Lucile. 7

V

Maney

Louise Tillman

6 T

College Preparatory; Nash-

2; Nashville Club; French Club

Club; French Club Miss Louise Tillman, with her queenly air

Here's to our friend with Titian hair,

Coquettish smile and skin so

fair;

is one grand ball Tango, Castle, Hesitation and all But do not let me make you think That she's not apt with pen and ink, Or that hard study is not her line, For in French and Lit. she sure does shine. So here's to dear old Tennessee For giving such a girl as she.

Life to her

Has a ready wit beyond compare; If now and then a bit reticent, Keep in mind she's certainly on mischief In the

Chemistry Lab. a perfect shark,

Forever meditating on some fast lark; The glassware crashes right and left Until you wish in vain you were deaf;

With tennis racquet or cupid's dart She's always sure to hit the mark;

And That

this is

why

the Juniors grieve:

this beloved Senior

is

sure to leave.

bent.


Roberta G. A.; Y.

Bobbie

is

W.

Verna Hooks

A. Briley

Tennessee Club;

Dixie Club;

C. A.

one of those quiet

little

persons

who never says much but she always knows all

the

body

little

else

in spite

w

points in mathematics that every-

However, and deplorable

has forgotten long ago.

of-

Riding Club; Club; S. G. A.

S.

this truly painful

draw-back, Bobbie has contrived to develop a sweet disposition, an even temper and a tranquil mind, and if she were big enough to have a philosophy of life it would probably be to do everything anybody tells her to as well as she can and to ignore the existence of things she can't do.

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Lillian Stevenson

Texas

She is loved by all who see her smile, Everyone loves her dignified style;

Her large, brown eyes send

And

she really

Her

voice

It It

forth pleasant gleams,

is just as dear as she seems. deep and rich and true, seems to thrill you through and through, has the power to hush a crowd, is

As she stands

before

it

stately

and proud.

Nashville Club; French Club

Now And

that school days are suspended, rules

To what

A

badge

Others wonder

Ere Cupid

But when I

Hooks.

none other than dear Verna

ended,

do soar

visions of the vote,

of authority

When

'tis

regs. forever

persistently

the future holds in store.

Some have

This sounds like a heroine of some of our books, really

and

Our thoughts

how

selects for I

upon their coat;

long the wait

them a mate.

think of the future

fair,

see the footlight's roseate glare,

And then and there To live and die upon

I

firmly wage,

the stage.

V


Mary Ixmax S.

(

Club; Dixie Club

Edna came

to us for the

'14; first

time this year

and has won the hearts of many and the admiration of all by her personality and capability.

Linda Rhea

SIX

tof Y. W. C. A., '13Treasurer of Hyphen, 'i3-'i4;

Member of Self- Government Kentucky Club; French Club

tory;

Ass'n;

rein

Smart

Mary, despite the fact of her red hair, manages to keep an unusually amiable disposition. She has such a number of admirers that her friends wonder if she will always be "young," or if she will change her course. Being a cabinet

member

she

is

brought into

the limelight a great deal, although she

is

of

She prefers to her room, answering

a naturally retiring disposition.

W

remain

in the seclusion of

Sorority; College PreparaNashville Club; Deutsche Ve-

A T notes and reading novels, but, notwithstanding all this, Mary is much loved and will be missed by many friends when she departs for her beloved Kentucky.

in

books,

Bright in looks,

Sweet and dear in manner; Loves her toys (Yes, they're "boys") Aha! We understand her! Some fond youth will come along And win fair Linda with his song; Well, he'll be a lucky man, For she's great with pots and pan.


Laura Ator Y.

W.

C. A. Secretary;

S.

G. A.;

Dixie Club; Texas Club Silentl Here's to another Lone Star girl! she came into our midst, and bravely came all trials and difficulties. Now, boast-

ing of

many

friends

and triumphantly waving

her diploma, she bids a last good-bye to WardBelmont. Rumors say she is going to study with a tutor (?) the higher science of

"medicine."

Only her intimate friends know what a jolly and witty girl she is; but nevertheless We she's well liked by all who know her. are very sorry to hear that she is going to leave the Sunny Southland for the cold city of Philadelphia.

But

I

am

sure from

what

hear that she will be very happy there. is quite domestic?

shouldn't she, for she

I

Why

praise her."

Three years ago little Laura came like a ray of sunshine from Texas. Her first year she learned to keep a tidy room, the second she achieved punctuality, and the third she-

acquired that beloved art of woman silence. Her preferred color is pink, her favorite author Livy, and her most desired occupation, to practice. She never has time to do nothing, but always takes time to do something. She life, but has decided to make work domestic, because she is so fond cooking and sewing. Joy will be to the

loves the social

her of

life

man who

chooses her.


.XvsX/^b^ Ei'gexia Baker V.

W.

C. A.:

S.

Eugenia

S. is

the

girl

from Louisiana with

hair and expressive eyes. She delights entertaining us with startling tales of last year at college. Her chief diversions are dancing and sleeping. Making A's is her great achievement. fluffy

in

Virginia Chapin

Kansas-Nebraska Club; Y.W.C.A

G. A.; Louisiana

Club

Self-Government Associatii kansas Club

G. A.

Great blue eyes and blondy (?) hair, Changeable and fickle beyond compare

She comes from Yankeedom.

Almeda hails from Arkansas and there is no one more proud of her native State than Her pleasantness and good nature gained for her the friendship and concern of all even the hostess and nightwatchman. See to she.

it

that

little

Almeda

shall not ruin her health

eating after light bell and staying up later than 9:45, losing sleep and wasting electricity. She takes a great interest in Psychology and always sits on the front seat, and her fondness for study is only exceeded by her interest in Skalowski's, which interest is manifestly shown whenever she gets to go to town on Saturday. With all her work caused by the great desire to win the coveted "sheepskin," she is never too busy to stop and give a pleasant greeting to every one whom she meets. â&#x20AC;˘


2*0;

B 2 0; President of Missouri Club; Associate Editor of MileKatherine's a fine, sensible girl, with but one really worldly ambition to learn to dance; and how could she help that in this twentieth century age? She did want to learn to swim, but never went again after her

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Ask her why sometime and see lesson. what she says. She has one objection to her they will give tests. Look for her any day about 12 o'clock and you will see her wandering around with Mary Kate Hopkins on one side and Mary Cotton on the She is lovely about helping the underother. classmen with their Latin and algebra and first

teachers

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

when she goes to Here's to Katherine and her college education. they

will certainly

Vandy next

year.

miss her

"Too much study

is

the

and

Assistant Secretary Treasurer of Cotillion; Y. W. C. A.; S. G. A.

\

In spite of her great liking for chafing-dish

"Beanie" is one of our best loved and her good humor makes her welcome While we do not accuse her of

A blustering, western girl, with a powerful appetite and a good disposition thrown in.

a real Senior in every other

is not an adjective which applies to her, but she always manages to get through somehow. We cannot judge whether her affections for a certain 2 A E are waning; however, we are inclined to think that they have been transferred to certain members of the

parties, girls

anywhere. dignity, respect.

she's

"Beanie" stars

in

piano, but con-

cerning English we will be discreetly silent. She is considered a good housekeeper and an excellent nurse.

Makes

friends

everywhere she goes.

Steadi-

ness

faculty.

V


Gladys Hicks Treasurer of V. \V. C. A.: S. French Club: Alabama Club

When sit

And

the suffrage petition in a

is

G

granted, she shall

golden booth,

what her age

register

is,

without regard for

the truth:

She

shall

have

of course

>he

shall

real ballots to

made

vote with, though

pretty and small:

vote three or four times over and never

get caught at

all.

Phvsical Education Editor of Milestones: S. G. A.; Y. W. C. A.;

Tennis Club: Swimming Club: Ohio Club She is our Northern Laurel Blossom. Distinguishable from all other by the little snaky pin that is always with her and which, on the letters A M mean? To her friends one word explains it allâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Jack. Her ambition is to make every one happy and contented, and we will all affirm that in her life among us she has made a good beginning. The mere mention of her name at once suggests the words loyal, steadfast and true. close

TIG.

inspection,

What

docs

discloses

it all

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Tennis Club;

S.

Alabama Club; She

hobby

hails is

G. A.; V. W. C. A.; Dixie Club

from Randolph-Macon, and her student government, which she

rides in a gallop,

[da

is

far too conscientious

and she never does anything of which Miss Mason disapproves except to wash her hair on Sunday, and she excuses herself on the plea that "cleanliness to be in boarding school,

is

next to godliness."

She is known as a ? and of the gems of musical classics, her favorite tune is "Where, Oh, Where?"

^J


;

Mississippi's wide expanse I

Christelle,

better

known

as

Chris,

hails

from Louisiana, and is addicted to shirts, ties, and flat heeled shoes. She refuses to go to West End Church, giving as an excuse that she doesn't like boys, and prefers to spend her time on Analytics, but we all have our doubts about this. Her aim in life is to be a doctor and have an automobile all her own, but at the present is more concerned in keeping out of study hall and studying expression. However, such serious thoughts as these do not worry her to the extent that wrinkles arc appearing, and her face still wears its accustomed smile and her disposition is sweet and sunny, so when Dr. Chris leaves for home, proudly bearing her sheepskin, she will be missed by more than one girl.

No I

come, a radiant beam; clouds e'er cross

am

Jes

always what

Farmer Clark.

my 1

smiling brow,

seem

Kentucky Club

Mozelle comes to us from Kent "maiden's eyes are bluest and hearts are truest," and she of that

grand old State.

is

a

1

Fur,

eyes are very ex

"some" of her friends. She is always in a and whenever you see her she has just

hurry,

returned, or

"cousin." "cousins."

is

going for a week-end with her that we all had such

Would


Mildred Marshall

Elise Beaven

B2 0; of

Y. W.C.A.; Vice-President Alabama Club; Riding Club; Dixie

Club; I

am

S.

G. A.; French Club

much But when of

My

not

hopes

To rave

in

fair Elise

I

A

write

one desire arose

of one so fair

and

bright.

'tis

not of her friends or foes,

But, alas! of her

many

beaus.

gum and candy she receives, And many a pain of h u nger she relieves

Boxes of

Her popularity no one can doubt,

And now my thoughtsJ have_'all

run-out

ville

K; Chairman Club

3>

of

A T

Nannie Anderson

2; Nash-

Nashville Club

Nannie eyes and

"The pains of love are sweeter far Than all the other pleasures are."

for poetry or prose,

From class to class her books she swings, And to the distress of many she sings; Oh!

2 .

possessor

of

many

rare

qualities,

a very little person, with

fluffy

the

hair.

comes

She doesn't

brown live

in

every morning on the train. She wishes with all her might that she had never heard the word chemistry, for it has been her one trial this year. She had to tell us several times that she was a Senior before we would believe her, because her little Nashville, but

foremost being bashfulness (?), Mildred is an excellent example of the maxim "Appearances deceive," for on first acquaintance we thought that "Midge" would flee from men like a country steed from a motor-truck, but lo! we have been undeceived. She takes all the gentlemen in just for the fun of it. After graduation Mildred intends to spend a few years in society as an advocate of the latest dances before she takes up public speaking as a "non-suffragette."

is

stature

in

and warm smile would lead you to

think that she was anything but one of those tall,

cold, dignified Seniors.

\ki\


Clarice Hamilton Vice-President of Kansas-Nebraska Club; S. G. A.; Y. W. C. A.

Slender and fair, she blew from windy Kansas. A "Blue-Stocking" ever she is in but a word of merriment lurks behind her eyes of blue. This sunflower girl is the ideal of some man's dreams, which "one" man she refuses to say and is acclaimed an all round girl by all. class,

;Club; Nashville Club

Her name

is

Clarice Hamilton,

She does not care for French or Latin; But eatin' cream she is a "scream," And dotes on silk and satin. In modesty she

And

"silence"

is

superb,

is

her motto;

She never boasts of things she's done Unless she thinks she o't to.

On

H TT;

I have favored Ward Seminary and WardBelmont College with my most honorable

presence for four years, and

time has come for learned

halls, I

for them.

mischief she

is

never bent,

Her conduct never needs

correction;

She never uses paint nor puff Except to alter her complexion.

French Club; Nashville Club

Always laden with powder and puff. Of sweet "Mary Garden" she's ne'er had enough. There's only one thing of which she's afraid That she might be left a bachelor maid.

I

my

such suspicion.

that

the

from these attachment

usually thought to be quiet

and bashful by strangers. would indicate that I am a glance at

now

to depart

begin to feel a real

am

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

me

The

lines above but just one innocent face will disarm all flirt,

1

V


^?

f^t

Katherine W'hidden

Constance Garanflo

Florida Club: S. G. A.

V. \V. C. A.; Arkansas Club

Our other

Florida Senior

is

full of life

and

She has a sunny disposition and. tho independent, has made many friends an ong the students and faculty. Her ardent admircrs seem to keep her mail box well supin plied. After having spent many day boarding school she will now return to her home among the orange groves. fun.

She

very exclusive in her selection friends, although her witty sayings and e treme individuality have won her man Her special "crush" is Economics, but h drawing card lies in China Painting.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; IX: S- G. A.; Secretary and Treasurer of Tennessee Club; French Club: Dixie Club: Y. W. C. A.

is

Mary has such an innocent expression and such a dignified air that none of the faculty ever thinks of suspecting her when there's mishcicf afloat. She has an instinctive failing for

2 A

Es,

and her chief diversion

is

straight-

SIX

ening up her room after one of her sisters has used it as an infirmary for the day. .Mary is treasurer of everything she is connected with, and her one plea is "Please pay your dues." But there is one deep, dark mystery in her life which will probably always remain unsolved. Why does she talk to herself on

the

ar?


Kathleen' Garrett Texas Tennis Club; Dixie Club; Club; Assistant Treasurer of Y. W. C. A.; French Club Self-Govcrnment

a loyal representative of the L Star State, and, as she is a strong believer in herself, she has been able to attain great

She

is

She believes in defendrights and has proven herself competent of doing so. Her motto and hobby is: "Get it done."

heights of eminence. ing her

own

thoroughly

Nashville Club

Ass'n;

she'll make her debut gay, And a lady fair she'll be; Then I wonder which-a-way

Soon

She

will

go from Tennessee.

North's too cold for Lena, dear;

West, the altitude's too high; East, the rain's too damp, I fear; South's the land that's near the Georgia's clime

is perfe.'t.

Lelia is from the Blue Grass State and she seems to be very proud of it. She much unless she gets started on baseball, and Do we wonder then she talks on forever. what causes her deep interest in baseball? Another subject Lelia is very fond of is Theory. it meets In fact, Theory is her favorite study onlv twice a week.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;


Dorothy Wilson

ATS Sorority;

Nashville Club

Her love for the Blue Grass State is great But her love for us is greater, She loves our sweet old Tennessee State

And she loves her Alma Mater. And we love her, oh, yes, we do! 'Cause she's just who she is, I guess, And we'll hate her to leave and go

Away

from the girls and the rest. She must come back to see us all Real often and cheer us up;

And

up to the lady tall, by study came out at the top.

we'll look

Who

LlLBURNE MlDDLETON G. A.; Louisiana Club; Club; Y. W. C. A. S.

Lucv Boxxer Cooper Dixie

Business Manager of the Annual; Reporter on staff of "Hvphen;" French Club; Nashville Club

AH through her busy school life she has stuck to "duty," not only for "duty's sake," but for love of the right, and has never let

Yes, she seems real shy and meek! Lucy B. with teeth like pearls,

mere mundane pleasure interfere with what she has to do. She is a wee bit sarcastic and

Saucy eyes and rosy cheek! She's quite envied by the

rather dignified for a boarding school girl. Nevertheless, we like Lilburne, and should any of us ever return as post-graduates, we would miss her very much.

In her

new

girls.

electric coy,

Spins around the Nashville blocks; Picks up

some cute Yandy boy,

Neatly dressed

in

purple socks.

Quite a business lady this, In anything she'll manage best, Because she has a motto, sis, It's

"Be

frank,

Oh!

and

you'll

She'll win!

win the

test.


Eva is from Missouri and truly she has to be "shown." She appears to be very quiet but just mention "woman suffrage" and her tongue is loosed. She is ambitious and works hard and the only thing that calls her from her Chemistry is a suffrage parade.

Marguerite has been here four years, and the fact that she has managed to stay in the good graces of the teachers proves that she

We all a very extraordinary character. and when she isn't buried in a German book, she is a jolly addition to study

is

love her

hour pranks, excelling mainly in Friday night Peaches decided to go abroad gymnastics. during the summer and find out how it felt As a result to capture a few foreign hearts. she has been the envy of the school because she added to her collection a sure enough, genuine Count.

Of course you have heard

of Bess, the star

Art History Class. You haven't? Well, I thought everybody knew Bess. She is an She perfectly all 'round (?) college girl. adores "midnight feasts," and when it comes Her beauty, to swimming, she has the cup. of

as you see even in the faint reflection in this picture, speaks for itself.


Frances Klyce Nashville Club

2*6;

Frances is just the right kind of Senior. She has that sorrowful, worked-to-death ex-

S.

G. A.

day pupil

Alice, after being a

pression on her face,

for three years, finds that she

dignified.

about Nashville

and yet she is supremely She informs us that she is going to do library work next year. She unbends enough sometimes to try to swim, for that is her one ambition at present to learn that art. If you happen to be in her History Class, you can watch her every' day, sitting

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

there with worshiping eye6 turned on Miss Scruggs. It was a case of love at first sight. She likes Miss Lewis alright, but she sincerely wishes she wouldn't give such dreadful Lit. lessons.

as a boarder.

Her

successful in one

room on

first

(?)

to

life

way

floor,

come

is

at

Belmont

crazy enough

Ward-Belmont

as a boarder has been

at least, having a front

it

for visitors, hence her

to

must always be ready Her only objection

A+

.

Pembroke is that the girls above make so much fuss. But Alice is never long unhappy and is never too busy to give a smile and a merry word of greeting when she meets one of her numerous friends. So I think we to

may say it is on account of her bright smile and sweet disposition that Alice will take with her, when she leaves Ward-Belmont, the memory and love o{ so many girls.

One day in September, three years ago, a modest little girl in a fresh white sunbonnet timidly knocked at the big doors of Belmont College. For the first few days the tears flowed freely and she wanted to see mother mighty bad, but before long Delia realized were homesick, too, so she dried became a "good Samaritan." We girls have been hoping to send her as a teacher to our new school in Africa, but she seems to prefer home missionary work at Memphis, Tenn. She agrees with Browning that "where the heart lies, let the brain lie

that others

her tears and

also."

When

such a rain Let us hope that she season.

we are expecting we have never had. "young grass"

Delia leaves,

of tears as

for the sake of the

will

take her departure

in

a

drv


Mary 1 $ K;

D. Allen

ATS;

Sarah Manier

Nashville Club

We, who have known Mary D.

a long time,

hate the thought of her being a Senior and having to leave us. She has studied music several years under Mrs. Schmitz and has done her teacher credit. She is very fond of swimming, and is quite a shark at the art. Mary D. has one ambition at present to be on time for Lit. 7 once. She usually is seen

in a

middy blouse with a red however much we may tease her,

blue skirt and a

collar, but,

she holds her own, for her sweet

has

won her many

see her leave.

friends

personality

and they hate to

Argonaut

Sorority;

Vice-PresiCollege Pre-

dent Nashville Club; paratory; ATS; Deutsche Verein Sarah

will

All the

But

she'll

a co-ed

boys

be—

will lose their hearts

with her blue eyes see

Some cute freshie, bright and smart. They will race for all the goals: Founder's medal, Latin prize she'll win them, bless her soul, While he stares at her fair eyes.

And

Sarah, dear, 'twill not be right

To cast this spell on "him," While you go front and shine out bright, And leave him in the swim You minx, I'll pull foryoul

Laurel Oakes Nashville Club; Tennessee Club; S. G. A.; Y. W. C. A.; French Club

She has what we have not

A man—0,

happy

lot!


Margaret Petter 2

Margaret, "divinely tall, And most divinely fair," A Texan, despite her Dutch name,

With

curly,

auburn

hair.

But she cares not; she's happy; She sings both day and night,

Her teachers

The

say, "She's good as gold;

girls say,

"She's just right."

W.

C. A.; French Club; S. G. A.; President of Tennessee Club; Dixie Club; Expression Editor of Milestones; Senior in I

X; Y.

2*9;

Expression

G. A.; Tennis Club; Club; Deutsche Verein S.

Margaret made the "Self Reg. Roll" in her quarter, and has managed to keep on it, who make midnight calls. She has been taking an extensive course in Domestic Science this year. Perhaps there's "method in her madness." first

mighty good-looking girl with eyes, an innocent expression, a drawling voice, and you have "Ricky." She has numerous attractions can play two pieces on the piano, guide in dancing, read in expression, and "string" all the fellows, but she is never supremely happy unless Evelyn is near. "Ricky" will certainly be missed next year by teachers and girls as well, for, tho she is quiet and unassuming, she has a big place in all our hearts. We forgot to say that her two great ambitions are to get thin, and to get a "special" every day. Picture a

dreamy blue soft

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Missouri

in spite of teachers


Brown Did I hear you say you had never heard tell Of geometry and dancing combining very well I

beg to disagree on behalf of Miss Fra works out her problems when she does the

Who

new dances. The Tango and Castle with Jimmy

or Bill

At the afternoon teas at the Hermitage Grill. She'll stop of a sudden and write on her program

Some Oh!

horrid, ill-tempered geometrical problem;

she'll

win her way through this world, with-

out doubt,

Whatever she takes up, on top she'll come Here's lots of good luck, little girl.

hair

My

dear

The

little

ideal of

Anne, my dreams.

Everyone loves her, Her nature's so sweet; The boys just adore her!

They kneel at her feet, With posies or bonbons To make her say "yes;" Oh, she She'll

out.

and blue eyes!" that means?

Do you know what

a bon ton win "him" I guess.

is


Wtyt Cotncttiente

THIS

the time and the place and the loved ones

is

Poor Browning never found

lines.

thousand fourteen, here we are

in

My

you.

girls!"

The

In the year two

it.

the same place which

we

My

pied just one hundred years ago. nize

all to-

Fate has granted us the realization of the above

gether!

voice

own girls. Yes, I was strained and

occu-

A

ing

I

see everyone in place, but

Am

self.

same

class

Don't you remember, data

I

murmur among

you

—you

the

room which girls?

I

Yes,

used in nineteen fourteen.

Wake up now and

give

me

Miss Mason!" clamored the audience

in

in

this

belief in

Paramnesia,

for

I

can,

all

the ages.

No

A

wanderings

I

have met the

latter,

indeed, that he has revealed to me.

and

it is

His soul

am

here for

by a

to

tell

part of his is free.

you must be wonder-

one can

resist

years ago.

A

I

to

my

now

flies

little

I

cannot undertake to

animal she sprang from,

even,' creature,

I

tell

you

that.

each

girl

for, girls

separately

there

I

have come only to satisfy

And

—O!

some power pulling me away from you.

now, Hope, where are you?

was no

common

and many ejaculations.

your dominant desire to know yourself. feel

tell

but groups of us have had a

origin, votre origine,"

I

one hundred

faster than

work."

cannot

for

another

there's

every individual.

but must come each century to the spot

But time

must

in

great disturbance ensues.

what

just

it,

for

but delayed

"O!

now, and has

me

With you the same holds

"Your

In

held

life,

to proclaim its knowl-

has occurred at this particular time and

ancestry."

secret:

human

psychologically a delayed instinct to re-

have

a power, strange is

I

this instinct is innate

dearest to him.

beyond a doubt, prove to

you Plato's doctrine and Darwinism combined.

has permitted

Dismiss

I

it

turn has suddenly grown into an impulse and just as suddenly

animal for

century of wonder and wisdom

and allow

you why

why this meeting To explain it

into action.

the

tongues and dialects.

"Of course

my

do not know

not in one hundred seven?

discovered the most wonderful talent of

your

tell

"Quiet now.

"Miss Mason!

many

must

first I

secret

my new

this is the

He

it

which he means to shake the world once he

secret with

rather

audience some seated and some standing before the

in

not loose

place.

craning of necks, and an indistinct

"Alas,

will

edge to the world.

But

speaker.

me

form which

recog-

sepulchral.

varied

been, since his historic departure from

Yes,

I

see

I

must hurry First,

quick

you now with your


—the

band

of philosophers

Elise,

Gladys and Frances.

Mr. Owl

A

two Elizabeths, the two Virginias,

Now

your forefather."

is

mighty uproar

—on

Next

commanding? ists

see

—Clare, Mary,

leader

it is

"Mary

now

I'll

have to leave without

— Martha,

the famous

G., stand with

you see her represented.

Elise,

have

my

Eleanor, Eugenia,

into

own

see

Margaret, Clarice,

Mary

D.,

Nannie, Annie,

two Franceses, Sarah, two Mildreds,

And you

Louise and Dorothy.

Katherine,

are from or of 'The

Eagle.'

I

power and here

roll

"Finally,

Mary

old Psychology

the most part, answer for your

Lillian,

and from your

your noted force of new Romans.

I

party? get the

of English social-

evident that you are from the squirrel.

must say here that Rome again has come

will, for

finish-

what troup are you

company

Ruth, Linda and

Julia,

I

Kathleen,

the second row I

"Mary Bonner, who are those suffragists in your I know the question is now man suffrage, but let's

Yes,

names.

follows.

"You'll have to be quiet or ing.

Yes, there you are,

let's see.

roll,

Lillie,

which Laura,

philosopher and poet.

wait, dear,

and

for yourself?

A

on the back row?

are those four

beth and Aileen.

two Ethels, Ida, Mozelle, Roberta, Delia,

Bena, two Fays, two Marions, Christelle, Lelia, two Marys,

who

Dale, the most renowned

I'll

And

It is

the

tell

you.

Frenchman

There's

her contemporaries, Mary, Eliza-

same impatient Mary

Can you not

Does she not resemble

shadow arose from a

O!

of today, scientist,

still

tell it,

Dale, but just

though,

girls,

the opossum?"

chair in the corner, but shrank

back

as the clatter of laughter rose higher and higher.

Almeda, Zetta, two Laurels, Chloe, Lilburne, Zelma, Sessums,

What

Irma, LaVola, Lurene, Margaret, Mary, Lucile, Aileen, Virginia,

Gladys and Edna. cheers for

wise

little

That's

new Rome! beaver.

all

But

I

and what a noble band!

was about

to forget

Three

— from

the

a hideous nightmare

!

with their new spring suits of I'll

The

girls are

jollity.

I

going to breakfast

must hurry

to dress,

be tardy.

—0.

S.


Scabemtc Oaste

Flower

— White

Motto

— "Esse quam videri:"

rose.

Sponsor

— Miss Lewis

Colors

— Green and white.

OFFICERS Louise Schureman

President

Pearl Fisher Ella McKenney

Vice-President Secretary

Margaret Walsh

Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Consuelo Cogdell Aileen Fisher Pearl Fisher

Mary Ann Holmes

Nelle McCready Ella McKenney Sallie

Maud Ray

Louise Schureman

Margaret Walsh Bertha Malone Lillian Weiss Agnes Witherington

Bess Lockwood


Margaret Walsh

Ella Hudson McKexney Kentucky Club;

S.

G. A.

S.

G. A.; Y.

W.

C. A.;

Oklahoma

Club Modesty, shyness and extreme quietness make up part of what we know of Ella. She has several hobbies but the one we are most Ella's highest familiar with is swimming. ambition is to make A+ under Miss X. in English VI.

An adorable

little girl who counts her by the score wherever she goes. She very sensible, clever, and talented; blessed with rosy cheeks and with brown eyes which betray her mischievous disposition.

friends is

Sallie

Nell McCready S.

G. A.; Y.

W.

C. A.;

Oklahoma

Y.

Club and

wise,

demure,

little

Pretty, witty Is this

W.

Maude Ray

C. A.; Tennessee Club

"Her voice was ever gentle, low, and sweet in any woman," and the girl

maid.

Whose mischievous, gray eyes With lad's hearts have played; But. alas! from their soulful sighs Ever to the piano she flies.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;a goodly thing herself

A

is

just as gentle

lovely girl

a pure heart.

and a

girl

and sweet as her voice. with a clean mind and


Agnes Witherington S.

G. A.;

Tennessee Club;

Dixie

Club

Lillian Weiss

"A merry

heart

makes a

cheerful

c

G. A.; Kansas- Nebraska Club; Treasurer of Tennis Club S.

Agnes came to us last September for the time and proved herself a typical SouthShe is noted for her "sunshiny" disposition, is gay and jolly, and always seems busy carrying out some of her jokes. She first

A

ern lassie.

Piercing eyes, complexion fair. Benevolent, sweet, unassuming air. Gracious, good, in all things rare,

has

a

wonderful

often uses

gift

of

conversation,

A

brilliant girl

with brilliant hair.

manner assured in every band. comes from Nebraska

Tells that she

and

land.

to the advantage of proving the

it

beauties of Southern dialect. The moonlight has a certain fascination for her that we really

cannot understand.

Aileen Fisher

Mary Anne Holmes

SIX;

Art Editor of Milestones; S. G. A.; V. W. C. A.; Tennessee Club; Dixie Club; Swimming ClubTennis Club

Last year she attended Agnes Scott and are sure glad the winds blew her this way.

Mississippi Club;

character stern and staid, mingled with a soft voice and a pleasant smile, is altogether a

wholesome mixture.

:

er artistic

temperament and

have al:ady won her a place on the annual staff, nd if she succeeds in the future as she has uring her first year in Ward-Belmont, we now that we shall hear more of her. ability

Dixie Club

A

She treads the path she not find it too hard, lead her to the goal of success.

of experience.

and may

it

May


CONSUELO COGDELL Texas Club; S. G. A.; V. W. C. Swimming Club; French Club

our Spanish beauty, altho she strongly resents this the Spanish, not the beauty. She is divinely tall, but not too She is divinely fair, but not too fair. tall; all that is good; never was she known to cut is a She premeditation. without a class prodigy in English. If you doubt this wait

Consuelo

is

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

until

she

you read some

is

of the

Bertha Malone

A.; S.

G. A.;

Tennessee Club;

Dixie

Club

From the land of the Sunny South comes the dreamy-eyed girl with the golden hair. Bertha is one of the class who does not waste her time by a continuous outpour of words, but spends her time derful

power

in

developing her won-

of observation.

books and plays

going to write and dedicate to "The

Class."

Louise Schureman B Z O; Y. W. C. A.; Vice-President of Missouri Club; S. G. A.; President of Academic Class

Pearl Fisher Kentucky Club; S.

From res so

way Louise eats apples and reearly one who didn't know her might the

link she

to get beautiful, but trying to keep pink cheeks and

was trying

istead she

is

right eyes.

After Christmas the letters flew thick and

between Wisconsin and Ward-Belmont. time they may not be so numerous; We can althat doesn't matter. then ut -ays find in Louise a good sport for any plan, nd her themes usually land in the monthly Although she has only been here lagazine. ist

)y

German Club;

G. A.

this

ne year, she will go tripping up to get her cademic diploma about the last of May.

Pearl is from the "Blue Grass State," and nothing is dearer to her than her "Old Kentucky Home." She is the kind that believes if work interferes with pleasure, give up work; and she has the gayest time she could desire. She is a favorite among the girls because of her ability to keep something going all the Her favorite study is English VI (.') time. The best description of Pearl in a few words is that she is gentle, fair and wise.


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Lest we forget the friends we now are forming, Lest we may lose the lightness of our heart, Lest we some day o'er this wide world go mourning, Lest we from our dear friends are forced to part. Lest pleasures of the present day be darkened, Lest pride and honor from our souls die out, Lest no kind word our ears have hearkened, Lest some day all our minds be filled with doubt. Lest books and studies of long past be buried, Lest smiles dwell far from all our hands shall grasp, Lest sighs may come tears down our cheeks are hurried,

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

And

clouds dark

may

blur the sunshine of the past.

Lest we forget the school now builded strongly Upon a hill so green and smooth and round May we here place our thoughts not now formed wrongly, And to its honor feel our own hearts bound. Lest we forget the first, the inspirations, The good plans formed and carried out, May we here place our love, our admirations,

And round them

place a wreath about.

A

wreath of honor, love, and trust, so strong A wreath so firm with Love's bright dew yet wet, All full of flowers, not thorns of human wrong And then our motto, "Lest we forget." M. E. E.

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"&

"Bint &at)S"

$lebge"

[To the tune of

[To the tune of "Fair Harvard.'']

We

in the land, East and West, North and South, We have come to be moulded by thee, Rich with friendships, with memories, joyous hopes,

us,

and guard

out in the world we wander once more. day by day; thee our memory green, For we pledge thee forever and aye. lessons we'll learn

Alma Mater, keep with

Here's

to

[To the tune of the "Battle

iou

Hymn

Our eyes have caught the

of the Republic."]

vision

That can not be sung or told Of the bright and glorious splendor That the future 'shall unfold, Of proud and mightv triumphs That shall crown the Blue and Gold As the years go marching on. Herejs Here's Here's As the

We

Air

to to to

ye

toward the heavens our standard. it, Ward-Belmont, by you.

plant

"Nine rahs" for the Gold and the Blue, "Nine rahs" for the Gold and the Blue. Ward-Belmont, Ward-Belmont, forever! "Nine rahs" for the Gold and the Blue, "Rah, rah, rah," "rah, rah, rah," "rah, rah,

faithfully!

And when With

will lift will

And

From homes keep

Blue.'

And offer our homage to you. By the faith that we have in your future, By the love we have had for the two,

O, cherishing one, on thy green hilltop crowned, We sing thee our sacredest vow: Make us free, make us loyal and true evermore, For we pledge thee our loyalty now.

O

"The Red, White and

Ward-Belmont, the pride of our Southland, With hearts that are loyal and true, We stand side by side to salute thee,

Waid- Belmont, we come to thy welcoming halls, Where the blessings of years linger still, Where the new and the old now together have met. As an earnest of faith and good will.

rs

Ma

go

are building for that future With a purpose firm and sure, And we pledge her now our loyalty Forever strong and pure, That her hopes, her aspirations, And her teaching, shall endure, As the years go marching on.

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Pernor Flower

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Class

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Lavender Sweet Pea.

Colors

'This

is

the middle of the end.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Purple and white.

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OFFICERS Corinne Smith Ama Barker Jeannette Sloan Hortense Moore Miss Ross

President Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sponsor

CLASS ROLL Bessie Allen

Helen Mae Andrews Nonie Bain Ama Lee Barker Kathryn Basinger Jessie Lee Batte Mary Betty Anita Bond Lizzie D. Bouldin

Adeline Craig Miriam Cramer

Nora

V.

Crow

Frankie Dale Katherine Davenport

Myrtle Hanke Lilas Haynie

Harriette Hewett Mildred Hicks Mary' Hill

Olga Hooks Nannie Campbell Hughes

Emma Bracken Eva Lee Brower

Margaret Davis Mary Denmark Nancy Dorsey' Elizabeth Drake Anna Dunan Sadie Echols

Sue Bryant Alice Burnham

Elsa Eckhardt Annie English

Una Cage Vera Calhoun Edna Camfield

Mary Eshbaugh

Grace G. Lilly DeLoscia Longacher Mary Ross Loyd Frances Lusk Bernice McClain

Gladys Camfield Ruth Carpenter Helen Christopher Maude Coffelt Elizabeth Colville Glennie Compton

Marian Conley Margaret W. Cooper Georgia Corley Cammie Cornelius Mary L. Cottingham

Ritha Evans Pauline Ewell Alliene Fowlkes

Mary Frye Maud Funk Eula Mae Gillaspie Florence Gnaedinger Mildred Greene

Edna Gunn

Dorothy My'ers Marguerite Noojin Katrina Overall Bessie Owens Louise C. Owens Alice Parker Ethel Pay-ne

Laurie Jennings Grace Landrith

Evelyn

Mary Torrey Lear

Catherine Pilcher

Sessums

McCoy

Bessie McFarland Susie V. McLemore

Gex Marshall Margaret Millender Lucile Miller

Marjorie Mollison Hortense Moore

Mary Ruth

C.

Pearcy

Pierce Pitts

Hilda Quackenbush Sara Ridley Leona Roberts Sadie Dean Roberts Maky Robinson Janie Rosborough Norma Rutledge Anita Sanders Frances Sanders Frances Sawyer Marion Schloemer Mary' VV. Simmons

Mary Grinter

Lois

Ona

Gladys Hatch Evelyn Hageman Mary Hall Hattie Hambright

Nell Rose Morton Gladys Mourfield

Mamie Sorrels

Moore Alma Morawitz

Sims

Jeannette Sloan Corinne Smith Hattie Stanley

Florence Stebbins Vera Stephens Helen Lee Strop Lillian M. Strop Allie Kate Suttle Lucile Tynes Mary Dahl Tysor Louise Warmath Lucile Whiddon Lucile White

Dorothy Whitelaw Florence Whitlock Bess Whitmarsh Frances Wilkins Anita Williams Henri D. Williams Mary Williams Marguerite Willing Gertrude Wilson Alberta Wilson Gladys Wolfe Opal Woodley Marjorie Woodrum Elizabeth Young Ione Marie Zigler Freda Zimmerman Esther Zwirn


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popping JUqueat pox Aha Barker — An

author's copy of

"The Tale of a Tub." Lizzie D. Bouldin One request

my

recent successful playette,

Bernice McLain

vered with "yes" uncondition-

ally.

Emma Bracken — One guaranteed Tetrazzini voice. Eva Lee Brower — A miniature yacht. Gladys Camfield — A return ticket to the city of mines. Ruth Carpenter — A bottle of Herpicide and a 40-inch

soft

real

hair

suitable

chum

Margaret W. Cooper — A diploma

to take Mildred's place.

with Pauline Sherwood

in

certificate

switch.

Maud Coffelt— Another

— A bottle of anti-fat. — A pair of long yellow earrings. Susie McLemore — Membership to everybody's club. Gex Marshall — Miss Townsend's approval. Margaret Millender — A new box of gum. Lucile Miller — A natural "Rose Bloom" complexion. Gladys Mourfield — A pedal for my voice. Psychology. Marguerite Noojin — A as teacher Katrina Overall — A trip to Colorado. Alice Parker — Suffrage Jefferson City. Ethel Payne — A crush on Evelyn Pearcy' — To be queen of "Mardi Gras." Ruth Pitts — One more Hilda Quackenbush — Admiration for my grace. Norma Rutledge — A new book of "Ward-Belmont" news. Nashville. Corinne Smith — A permanent home old lover. Jennette Sloan — A town. Frances Sawyer — A chance to get out Helen Lee Strop — A uniform hat that becomes me. A cat and a canary. Mary Lucile Whiddon — A long dress. Dorothy Whitelaw — A pair of two feet Bess Whitmarsh — A Wellesley sweater. Chemistry Lab. Anita Williams — Special lessons Henri D. Williams — A man to cook Marguerite Willing — Book named "Gentle Art of Love Makii Gertrude Wilson — A Spanish onion farm. Opal Woodley — A room in Pembroke. Marjorie Woodrum — A "French pony." Charlotte Bronte's. Ione Zigler — A reputation Freda Zimmerman — A pair of shoes large enough for me. Hortense Moore

Town-

in

credit.

send's signature affixed.

—An athletic appearance. Nora Crow — Permission to stay my room. stove. Katharine Davenport— A room-mate that has an Mary E. Denmark — A bottle of pessimism. Elizabeth Drake — Another to the Hermitage with ASA Anna Dunan — Ability to get through my voice exercises. Annie English — A return trip to "Castle Heights." Maude Funk — To get "A" History under Miss M. Eula Mae Gillaspie — A "Vogue-like" appearance. Florence Gnaedinger— A correct pronunciation of my name. Mildred Greene — A maid to wait on me. Mary Grinter — A new excuse for not being prepared for my lessons. Evelyn Hageman — A S A E pin my own. Myrtle Hanke — A listener for my "Chicago tales." Laurie Jennings — A new "outfit." Mary M. Hill — Extra lessons Greek and German Grace Landrith — A new dog that doesn't sleep and eat the time. Mary T. Lear — A glucosey-sweet disposition. De Loscia Longacher— A new short name. Frances Lusk — A "rush" at Cotillions. Adeline Craig

in

electric

trip

in

all

in

(?)

all

Esther Zwirn- -A

sister.

in

real

in

stilts

tall.

in

for.

like

serpentine swagger.


Junior jWtbble Class Colors

— Purple and

i

Motto

— To-day

Flower is

ours;

—Violet.

what do we fear?

OFFICERS Miss Scruggs Vivian Willing Elizabeth Leitzbach

Sponsor President Vice-President

Mildred Burroughs Mary Martin

Secretary

Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Hazelle Anderson Lily Appelt Lucile Armstrong Mattie Sue Avary Constance Ballard Margaret Kane Barker Woodie Barton Madge Brantley Nell Brantley Esther Burdett Mildred Burroughs

Helen Conway Margaret Davis Alice V. Dawson Nettie Foster

Marguerite Fox Fannie T. Glass Kate Grainger Clara Harvey Thelma Hays

Mary

D.

Velma Hughes Christine Hunt Ruth Johnson

Houston

Elizabeth Leitzbach Lucile Logan

Laura Lynn

Mary Martin Dorothy Mayo Gladys Monk Marjorie Morey Clara Moore Adelaide Murphree

Cathryn Newson Gertrude Officer Mary C. Overby Ethel Overstreet Celeste Randolph Margaret Ranson Mattie Lee Reib Arwin Scott Nora Shaw Ethel H. Shepperd Lucile Spence Elizabeth Strange Louise Sullenberger Eileen Sype Eunice Taylor

Bess Johnston Jessica Jordan

Fay Wall Edna Webb

Helen Kelley

Jessie Whitesell


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—What your name? Ans. —Junior Middle. name? Ques. —Who gave you Ans. — Dr. Landrith and Dr. Blanton, Ques.

pupil of Ward-Belmont,

W.

when

I was made a and a member of

I

should renounce

faculty's rules

Ques.

and walk

— Dost

in the

;

same

men and

all their

to

my

works,

Thirdly, that until 27th of

I

should keep

May.

thou not think thou art bound to believe and

to do as they have promised thee?

con-

chiefly learn while

thou art at Ward-

—What

are the benefits

whereof thou art partaker

thereby?

the candy and flowers from this wicked city, and all the sinful desires of school girls; Secondly, that I should throw no flowers or notes to wandering troubadours

may

Ques.

for

First, that

I

Ans. First, I learn to fear Miss McClure, who makes me, and all girlkind, report in chapel quiet; Secondly, to pray little and eat lots; Thirdly, to love my Alma Mater with all my heart.

C. A.

—What did your principals then do you? Ans. —They did promise and declare these things parents:

house of correction, but I earnestly desire that same unto my graduation.

Ques. What dost thou Belmont?

the child of study,

Ques.

and without compulsion, so I won't. And thank my aged parents that hath sent me to

verily,

heartily do not

tinue in the

is

this

the Y.

— Nay,

Ans.

That is to say, an instruction, to be learned by every girl before she be brought to be promoted from the Junior Middle

Ans.

—Thereby

I

become

self-winding,

and

in

time

run

automatically.

Ques.

—What

is

required of thee,

if

thou wishest to "be

womanly?"

Ans. To always have the straightest of hair and never to wear trifles in it. Also to wear the simple gowns that only If I keep all these commands, I may school girls should wear. hope to be an honor to the class of 1915.


tEoast to

W$t

3 untorss

Here's to the Juniors, sweet and

fair,

In hall and classroom or anywhere;

They are brilliant in studies and jolly in sports, And the school is proud of their fine reports. These Juniors are working, 'tis easy to Dignified Seniors they all aim to be;

see,

fame you'll hear tell, Ward-Belmont immortal

In future years of their

For their names

in

will dwell.

~D.

B.


Junior Oaste Colors

— American beauty and

white.

Sponsor

Flower

— Mile. Sansot.

-Hear instruction and be wise; refuse

it

— American beauty.

not.

OFFICERS Florence Anderson Elizabeth Friersox Marios Leftwich Frances Street

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Georgia Alexander Florexce Anderson

Helex Arnold Lillian M. Atchisox

Margaret Atkinson Frances Baldridge

Martha Barham Orlexe Bass Elmire Bell Rebecca Bell

Carolyn Boardman Alberta Brandau Plurie Brewster Dorothy Brokaw Lillian

Brower

Eunice Bryson Rose Blford Iley

Xunn Cage

Lesta Carpenter Ora Chattin Margaret Chiperfield Willie Mai Clark Pauline Clayton-

Mildred Coate

Bertha Cohn Flora Colley" Myrtle Corbitt Rebecca Cornelius Louise Craig Jane Crawford Mary Louise Crawford Lillian Crosby Margarat Curry Lula Drisdale Virginia Driyer Evelyn Early Yendla Eklund Marguerite Eskixd Llewellyn Ewing Meadie Exum Martha Franklin -

Elizabeth Frierson

Mildred Garanflo Elizabeth Gardner

Rachel Gentry Bexie Gibbs Lillian Gibson Gladys Gough

Gladys Greer Bess Harbeson Valera Hardesty Elizabeth Hart Sylla Harvey Martha Hayes

Roberta Lee May Cornelia McCarn Ruth McInnis

Ida Hoover Mary K. Hopkins

Mary Nelson

Leah Horn Mattie Hunter Vivian Johxsox Carrie Lou Johnson Louise Jones Augusta Joseph Cornelia Keeble Hortense Keithly Martha Killebrew Mildred Lee Marian Leftwich Henrietta Lixdsley Georgia List

Helen Lowe Marian Maloxe

Virginia McLean Lois M. McMascs

Elizabeth Xeil Lucile Ogilvey Harriett Overtox Hilda Palmer Elizabeth Perkins Lucile Pettey Ruth L. Prestox Magxes Puckett Beatrice Ralph

Imogen Slay'den Bertie Smith Dorothea Smith Irene Smith

Marie Standley Marjorie Stewart Frances Street

Edwixa Sturgis

Maude Sutton Helen Sy'pe Nell Talley Thelma Talley Christine Thornton Annie Wagner Grace D. Wear

Mamie Rebman

Mary Wheeler

Elizabeth Renick Ruth Robinson

Grace Whipple Gertrude Williams

Esther Beulah Nannie Winnie Theola

corinne woottex

J.

Sager

Sawyer Bell Shannon D. Simmermax Simmons

Vivian Willing

Dorothy Winton Kathleen Young Marguerite Zaiser


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Georgia Alexander.. Florence Anderson. Helen Arnold Lillian Anderson. Margaret Atkinson. Frances Baldridge Orlene Bass

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Amusement

Good eats The stage

â&#x20AC;˘You crazy rune." 'By George!"

Assorted nuts

A home

Flirting

Aimless Oh, most anything Small Bachelor maid (?)

Racing Eating

Famous To know something

Clare

'Oh, Joys!" 'Search me." T sure am sorry." 'It's not so." 'I do, I do." 'I don't know." 'I never will get this."

.

.

.

Swimming

.

Martha Barom El-nira Bell Beckie Bell

A

Loafing

Carolyn Boardman. Alberta Brandau

.

Swimming

.

.

.

Plurie Brewster

Dorothy Brokaw. Eunice Bryson Rose Buford Iley Nunn Cage Ora Chattin Margaret Chiperfield. .

.

Joking Tennis

(?!!)

._

.

Toking Painting

Chewing gum "Crushes"

"Him"

in

schoolmarm

English

Grape

Comedian

"Higgie"

A A A

Geometry

boarding school graduate. shark at Cicero musician artist

fruit

'Clever joke! Tush, tush.' 'I haven't got time."

Charles Cicero (?) All the boys

'Good night."

Fritz, alas (!)

'Cute enough." 'Oh, dear!" 'Got any chewing gum?" 'Don't know ma lesson." 'Foi cat's sake!" 'Nuthin."

Prima donna

Pauline Clayton

Teasing Dates with the banker.

Mildred Coate Bertha Cohn

Rowing

A

Bluffing

Sweet

Nell

Camping

History teacher

Reading letters Going to recitals Horseback riding Primping

To get home again To be tall (!?)

Loafing.... Playing society Reading Beaning up-town Talking Going to town Studying

don't care A great big girl

Children Cutting breakfast Latin Vandy medical man All the boys Deckers

Clark...

Flora Colly Rebecca Cornelius. Louise Craig Lillian

.

.

.

Crosby

Margaret Curry Lula Drisdale Virginia Driver Evelyn Early Vendla Ecklund Margaret Eskind .... Llewellyn Ewing ....

Martha Franklin. Elizabeth Frierson... Mildred Garanflo... Elizabeth Gardner. .

.

.

.

.

Lillian

Gibson

Gladys Gough Gladys Greer Bess Harbeson Elizabeth Hart Sylla

Harvey

.

Dancing Week-ends Laughing Ditching Miss Lewis Cutting

Dancing Studying (???) Day dreaming Smiling

.

.

(?!)

Mrs. Somebody

(!)

'Wish I was in Memphis." 'Miss Thatch, I can't."

'How

weird." 'Oh, phew!"

Candy

nurse

Mrs. Kauffold Pretty I

A Vandy

love me?" 'Au-mam." 'Still

Boxes from home Extra mail (male) Texas Vandy "jelly beans"

"The death of Hoover" Married Able to rid Founders of mice

Mae

'Hello, everybody." 'Ish ka worry."

(!?)

Suffragette

An

Oklahoma

Candy

Going for the mail (male) Shopping Weighing

Willie

A hv

Affection for

to be

Always thin Loved A "movie" actress

Playing the piano Talking Teasing Teasing Miss Frances. Learning to swim

.

'Pos-tive-ly." 'Met the cutest

Co-ed

English

(?)_.

Society belle

Banana

splits

Amused

Chocolate ice cream soda. Fried chicken

'Give

Geometry

'Not prepared." 'Heck."

Able to swim A second Pavlowa A hundred-pounder A shark at Caesar

LJniform hats Peanut butter crackers.

Anything Strolling

Juliet

Always pleasing Mr. Cox. Most anything

.

.

me a word." 'Hope we have a holliday.' 'Oui deux fois."

Harry Mice

old thing Real cute Great A musician

A

'Hello, there." I get to go to town.'

'Hope

Sleep

Any

man."

'I am broke." 'Going to study tomorrow"

Boys

'Deep stuff!" .

.

'Oh, surely not." 'Hope I get a letter." 'Isn't that cw-nuning?" 'I should worry"

Cats.

'Hello, ????."

Playing rook

'The atmosphere thick."

is

getti-n;


Junior Uagarie* Nati

Favorite

Leah Horn Mattie Hunter Vivian Johnson Carrie

Lou Johnson..

Augusta Joseph

Mischief. Sleeping.

.

Dancing.

.

Amusement

A ims

to be

.

Picture sho

I

"You

old sweet thing." "Horrors!" "Who's sweet?" "Look at the beaner."

Alt the girls

"T. B." Dates

Anything

Slender Six feet tall

"Tangoing"

to eat

Playing hearts.

.

|

Hortense Keithley. Valencia Knox Marion Leftwich

.

Henrietta Lindsley.

Mae

.

.

Reading

A

Loafing Picture shows. Studying

good cook. Mrs. Somebody Myrtle Elvyn I Always happy.

letter

.

Caesar (?)...

.

Won't

"Beaning" Studying (?)

A debutante Free from studv hall.

A "Cook" A missionary

Marie Rebman

Studying Taking it easy

Esther

Drowning

List

Marian Malone Ruth Mclnnis Lois McManus Lucile Ogilvy Ruth Lucile Preston.

Magnes Puckett Beatrice Ralph J.

Sager

Nannie B. Shannon.. Winnie D. Simmerma Theola Simmons. Dorothea Smith Marie Standley .

.

.

.

.

.

Feasts after light

Charming mice

Mumps

(?)

Dancing Reading

bell

.

.

.

"Navy"

(!)

Engaged

Ted.

A

Arwin "Vandv?

"That makes me "I am game." "Oh, heck." "Don't do that."

loving wife

English

Teacher Sweet sixteen At home On time

Not

nc

(?)

"I haven't the time."

Herself... Practice bell ....

"Oh, dear." "Rah, rah."

To grow fat. To be on time

Camp

Alarm clocks

Sweet

Visiting

Minus

C. Thornton

Whistling

Anne Wagner

A

Nothing Swi ing.

Champion

Baseball.

A

Keeping

.

Grace Louise Whipple Gertrude Williams.. Kathleen Young Harriet Overton .

silent

Bumming

up-towi

Horseback riding.

suffragette Perfect

fire

I

leader

freckles

housewife

(?)

grades.

.

why."

goodness."

"Oh, Watso!" "It's cute as taters."

"Hello, cutev." "Hello, there."

"Hershey's". Knocking.

"Now, vou just "You better

Infirmary.... "Anti-fat"

"Hello, sweetv." "Am I any thinner?" â&#x20AC;˘Hur up. 'For heaven's sakes."

.

Geometrv Anybody

college student

Fat

To make mv

"I don/t see "All right."

"Mv

Infirmary.... .

tennis playe

tired."

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A

Little

.

.

.

.

(?)

David

.

to."

"Scotch heather."

Having dates

Sleeping

if I know." "Excuse me for livinV

Teacher

Visiting

(?)

"Heck

"Merry Xmas." "Not yet; I am going

Arguing anything Miss Cason Studying. Chocolate ere

Frances Street Ed. Sturges Maud Sutton Helen Svpe Xell Tafley Louise Sullenberger.

"I reallv believe vou're kidding." "I don't know." "I must study!" "Good night." "I am crazy to go to the picture show." "I am broke."

and doctors. "Himself!".' Sleeping J's

Any old thing At home again

Horseback riding

.

Campbell's soup. Eats

.

".

Xo one knows

(?)

tell.

Ragtime..... good time

A

Acting (.J ) grand opera Collecting trinkets. Gossiping Ditching Giggling

Georgia

A hca y

Affection for

Satisfied A minister's wife Resident of Springfield

.

'You

wait."

fat rascal:"

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Colors

— Pink and green.

Sponsor

"We

will

Cla£&

— Miss Lawrence. make

a

way

Flower

—Sweet pea.

or find one.'

OFFICERS Elizabeth Smith Addie Young Amelia Ray Jennie White

President Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Katherine Barnett Vera Bell Martha Bell Yalere Blair Katherine Blythe Ethel Brock Carrie Dell Bussey Elizabeth Caldwell Margaret Caldwell Mildred Campbell Agnes Carlisle Letitia Carter Myrtle Carter Amelia Cayce Edith Chabot Margaret Chambers Elizabeth Chester Phoebe Clement Annette Cole Georgia Compton Margaret Cooper

Rachel Rucker Zelda Schnabaum Ora Scott

Rachel Crutchfield Frances Davies Susan Glenn Elizabath Graham

Laura Lynn Agnes McConnico Octa McDonald Katherine McKeeyer

Ruth Graham Emaline Greene Anna Bell Hale

Emily Mills Georgia Mizell Jeanette Monnish

Lucy Hammond

Margaret Morrow Margaret Murphey Pauline Nathan Mary John Oyerall

Sallie Tibbens

Lillian Parks

Willie Harper Lillie Hickerson Annie Houston Harriet Howe Frances Jennings Virginia Jones Hilda Kahn

Elizabeth Smith Kathleen Sparks Francesca Stevens

Vance Talbot Florence Townes

Ruth Trigg Annie Mae I'nderwood

Josephine Kirby

Martha Regen

Mai Rose Weil Jennie White Gladys Wiggins Jessie Wilcox Ruth Willingham Ella Mai Wilson-

Laura Laffoon

Mary' Richardson

Mary

Linda Landis Frances Landstreet

Ruth Riebenack Fay Rimmer Ellie Rosborough

Ruth Wise Martha Winn

Gladys King

Myrtle Loye

Mary Penick Annie E. Preston Amelia Ray Louise Regen

Addie Yi >UNG

Wilson-

Catherine Winstead


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A

spring bonnet

More paint? Shoulder braces Holiday April 1st To cut chapel Lots of mail Another week-end

Young wisdom Most anything To be

self-regulating

More

quiet

Mai home

Ella

A

visit

Dignity

To

A

swim in town More hair

learn to

week-end

"Jack" town

More

visits to

A

"joy ride" To be in town General information

Ruth Graham Emalixe Greexe Axxe Belle Hale Lucy Hammond

Myrtle Love Laura Lynn

tfje

Mass meetings A box of "Whitman's"

Elizabeth Graham

Willie Harper Lillie Hickerson Annie Houston Harriet Howe Gladys Jennings Virginia Jones Hilda Kahn Gladys King Josephine Kirby Laura Laffoox Lixda Landis Frances LanDSTREET

of

"Doc"

Katherine Barxett Martha Bell \"era Bell Yalere Blair Ethel Brock Carrie Dell Bussey Elizabeth Caldwell Margaret Caldwell Mildred Campbell Agnes Carlisle Letitia Carter Myrtle Carter Amelia Cayce Edith Chabot Margaret Chambers Elizabeth Chester Phoebe Clement Axxette Cole Georgia Comptox Margaret Cooper Rachael Crutchfield Frances Davies Susan Glexx

Kentucky

To be a cut up To be a Senior To go home

A

test in Caesar

More hair curlers To cut school

A

grocery store

"Park hours" More rag-time Something to eat "Nell"

To .

.

cut classes

"Frances" Music To go shopping

iÂŁ>opf)omoreÂŁ A "pony"

Agnes McCoxnico Octie

McDonald

To

for Caesar

cut church

Katherixe McKeever Emily Mills Georgia Mizell Jeanxette moxxish

To sleep To talk Sigma Chi

A

geometry problem officer of the day To go walking around Vanderbilt

To be

Silence

Lillian Parkes

Chapel excuse Xo uniform Her "special" on Sunday

Mary Penick Axxie E. Preston Amelia Ray Louise Regex

Freedom

To be

a "true sport"

Martha Regex Mary Emma Richardson Ruth Riebxack Fay Rimmer

Grades

"Mamie" More gab

"A"

in

A

Ella Rosborough Rachael Rucker Zelda Schxabaum

To

Latin

frat pin

Memphis

be in

To sleep late More books

Ora Scott

A

Elizabeth Smith Kathleen Sparks Fraxcesca Stevexs

substitute for work To cut school

Checked coat

To go home

Vance Talbot

Help

Sallie Tippexs

More

Florence Towxes Ruth Trigg Axxie Mae Uxderwood Mai Rose Weil Jennie White Gladys Wiggins Jessie Wilcox Ruth Willingham Ella Mai Wilson Mary Wilson

An

football

excuse for Miss McClure Kitty for a week-end

Gum More

practice

Perfection

To

something more ice geometry note-book More time to study

A

A

Martha Winn Catherine Wixstead Ruth Wise Addie Young

holiday

A

Margaret Morrow Margaret Murphey Pauline Nathan Mary John Overall

see

little

Anti-fat?

To

To drop English Letter from "Mother" spend blue Monday in infirmary


Jfrestyman Claste Colors

— Blue and gold. Motto— "Hon Sponsor-

before Horn

Uiss Sheepe.

OFFICERS Louella Whorley Katherine Timberlake

President Vice-President

Irene Lahm

Secretary Treasurer

Lillian Bvrd Whitesell

CLASS ROLL Virginia Armistead

Margaret Asher Otie K. Ashley Emma M. Atchison Rose Elaine Ball Sadie Beck Gladys Bell Louise Benedict

Alberta Bennett Bessie Blake Eugenia Block Dorothy Brandon Hermosa Brown Mary Harding Buckner Bess Cantrell Virginia Carmichael Elizabeth Cassity Elizabeth Clement Josephine Cole Gertrude Davidson Sara Dayis Dean Dillard Ruth Do\yell Isabelle Duskin Dorothy Fain Julia

Gannaway

Margaret Glassell

Babette Goldman Annawray Grisham Lucy Herndon Martha Hicks Helen Higman Maude Holbert

Frances Robinson Valois Routt

Vera Satterfield

Rowena Scott Ollie Lea Seaton Nannie May Settle Julia Simmons Leda Smith Edna Sparks

Anna Luna Kennett Nancy Kercheyal Helen Killebrew Xorine King

Hazel Stewart Jessie Starr

Irene Lahm

Winifred League

Ada Talbot Annie Frank Thornton

Mahan May Maney Mary D. McCarn

Vivian L.

Annie

Katherine Timberlake Isabel Tracy Bobbie Walker

Jane Miller

Maude Moreland Edna Morris Ruth L. Moss Xell Nelms Natalie Overall

Percie

Lii.

Mabel Overstreet Bertie G. Parkes

Anna Mildred Prigmore Elizabeth Prince Lilla Provost

Warner

Pearl Webb

Marie C. Weil ian B. Whitesell Louella Whorley Bessie Williams Frances Williamson

Alice Woodley Edith Wright

Reba Yeatman Mabel Young


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Margaret Asher i

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Emma Atchison Rose Elaine Ball Sadie Beck Gladys Bell Louise Benedict Alberta Bennett Bessie Blake Eugenia Block

Dorothy Brandon Hermosa Brown .Mary Harding Bickner Bes^ Cantrell Virginia Carmichael Elizabeth Cassity

Elizabeth Clement Josephine Cole Gertrude Davidson Sarah Davis Dean Dillard

Ruth Dowell Isabel Duskin Dorothy Fain Julia Gannaway

Babette Goldman Annawray Grisham Lucy Herndon Martha Hicks Helen Higman Maude Holbert Anna Luna Kennett Nancy Kercheval Helen Killebrew Norene King Irene Lahm

Winnifred League Vivian

Mahan

Annie May Maney

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Playing ragtime at Kress' In Paris, as a ballet dancer Poet Laureate of England A winning jockey ,

A devoted slave to beauty A country schoolmistress A

record-breaker in whistling

A

naturalist

A

A

buttermilk fiend A modiste for "Vogue" discoverer of a new taste

A

Arkansas

sheriff in

A

A

cash

girl

chorus girl lawyer

A renowned

Where she was when we left off An Ambassador to Puget Sound Living "The Psalm of Life" Nobody knows Ichabod Crane's match

A Matron

of a

pilot of a ship

"Cat Orphanage" Policewoman

The

last of us

Posing as a Japanese doll A coquette

A

sign-poster

A congresswoman A lover of "Bills" Sponsor of the "Commodores" Advocate of "Danderine" A guide at the Panama Canal

A

star-gazer

A A

pugilist

baseball star

p

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Mary

D.

1925

McCarn

disciplinarian

most demure housewife

A

A

trained nurse patent medicine peddler

An

alligator farmer

A "Lady"

A A

A

A

Louella Whorley Bessie Williams Bessie Williamson

Reba Yeatman Mabel Young

wall flower

A governess A Harrison Fisher model teacher of modern dances A

fresh air fiend

A The

chauffeur

"belle "of Springfield

A An

A

flirt

electrician

Gibson

girl

A

nun

President of W.-B. in Africa

A Queen

precise spinster

of the

"Would-Be's" vender

A candy

A debutante A historian

Percie

Marie Weil

florist

"movies"

star of the

Bobbie Walker

Lillian B. Whitesell

in waiting

A cartoonist peroxide blond

A

Hazel Stewart Jessie Starr Ada Talbot Frances Thornton Kathryn Timberlake Isabel Tracy

A Ward-Belmont "Drummer" A candidate for Presidency

II

A

A

Valois Routt Vera Satterfield Rowena Scott Ollie Seaton Nannie May Settle Dolue Self Julia Simmons Leda Smith Edna Sparks

Alice Woodley Edith Wright

in a

snake charmer inventor of a mouse trap

An

Natalie Overall Mabel Overstreet Bertie Parkes Anna Mildred Prigmore Elizabeth Prince Lilla Provost Frances Robinson

Warner Pearl Webb

Nonsense"

A

Maude Moreland Edna Morris Ruth Moss Nell Nelms

mansion

Mrs. Pankhurst

A madam

of "

Dean

Jane Miller

A

follower of Mrs. Pankhurst II

An importer of French dolls An author of a "slangy" dictionary The goddess

of "what's Still

A A A

hair dresser

horticulturist

wireless operator

A An

coming"

wearing bangs

farmer's wife

expression teacher


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liap

"Now, today we

are

going to the board,

all

girls," said

m

Miss

Sheppe, with a frown on her face.

"Hem— ," came amples.

any sense

I

worked

to

a groan from one of the

till

girls in

can't

I

the rear of

work those

twelve o'clock last night and

I

ex-

don't see

girls,

I

have given you plenty of time to work your

examples, so go to your seats."

"Maud,

did you hear

what

makes me

it

Don't erase a single

said?

"Louella, your problem

we'll see

what you know about

"There is not a word

of truth in

it.

I

this."

meant that

It's

for (a-b)."

the sheerest nonsense

is

using language unfit for

very good, and even to Georgia

"Jane Miller, do you mean to

am

I

you zero and go on

"By

me you

tell

can't

am absolutely shocked. about my business."

surprised,

I

far, girls, this is

the very worst class

Why,

ally act like heathens.

I

have.

ashamed

I'd be

work that? just mark

I'll

to

You

show

actu-

off

my

ignorance so."

"Was

that the bell?"

"Your

lesson for

page ninety-six, and

"Oh, Miss Sheppe, wait a minute.

feel like

Colburn, by some strange freak of Nature, has her's correct."

"Yes," responded the I

thing."

"Now, Eugenia,

Why,

to hear."

Why,

them."

"Otie K. Ashley! What do you mean by saying you can't work those simple problems. Why, I could pick up any boy off the street and he could work them."

"Now,

it is)

ever was.

you

"Miss Sheppe, honestly,

the room.

Algebra Clastf

the girls say

(as

girls.

tomorrow I

will

know your lesson." And the girls left with

fifty problems on you to come up here and

be those

just dare one of

not

over.

thankfulness

—that awful Algebra was —E. M.


Jfarctoell to

?ÂŁarb=Pelmont

(With apologies to Stevenson.)

The cab is at the door at last; The college preps are mounting fast And kissing cheeks, in chorus sing, Good-bye everybody, good-bye everything!

To school and garden, walks and lawn. The jolly courts we played upon, To fountain and arbor, tree and swing, Good-bye everybody, good-bye everything!

And fare ye well for we must go, Though we love our Aima Mater so; Oh! dear old school where memories cling, Good-bye everybody, good-bye everything. Honk! goes the horn, and off we go; The trees and houses smaller growLast, round Belmont street we swing; Good-bye everybody, good-bye everything.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;L. M.A.


College preparatory Claste Flower

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Lily of the valley.

Colors

Spa

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; White and green

-Miss Norris.

OFFICERS Martha Lindsey

President

Katrina Overall Louise Benedict

Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Lillie Atchison

Emma Atchison Virginia Armistead

Helen Arnold Louise Benedict Vai.ere Blair Bessie Blake

Eugenia Block Lillian Brower Lillian Crosby

Rachel Crutchfield Virginia Chapin Jennie White Iley Nunn Cage Frances Cheely Elizabeth Chester

Margaret Chiperfield Elizabeth Clement Virginia Carmichael

Elizabeth Drake

Ruth Dowell Evelyn Early Martha Hicks Martha Killebrew Cornelia Keeble hortense keithly Frances Landstreet

Grace Landrith Martha Lindsey Bernice McClain Virginia

McLean

Agnes McConnico Sarah Manier Katrina Overall Mary John Overall Natalie Overall Elizabeth Perkins

Fay Rimmer Louise Sullenberger Nannie Bell Shannon Helen Sype Theola Simmons Ella Mai Wilson Gertrude Williams Bess Whitmarsh Anita Williams Marjorie Woodrum Fay S. Wall Lillian H. Weiss

Grace Whipple Alice Parker

Mary Louise Crawford Elise Maney


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(Elementary department Miss Lillian Watkins

Director

Mabel H. Cooke Ruth Cowden Margaret Duval Dorothy Harris

DORINDA HOLLINSHEAD Annie K. McGill Clara Rimmer Mildred Walsh

INTERMEDIATE Avon Hale Margaret Hollinshead

Ruth Montgomery

Frances Lazarus

Inda Wilson

Minnie Dollie Self

L. Smith


Wi)o

This

is

anb

Wbv

undoubtedly a very weighty question and requires

unlimited preparation, but

must be written by a very busy

it

Junior, so the reader will kindly bend

poor

Wfa

'g

an indulgent eye on these

at

Wavh^timont

whom we

Mr. Henkle,

"Tres Moustard," "Sympathy" and "Where

able productions:

Did You Get That

efforts.

There are naturally many disputed questions

Upon one

school as Ward-Belmont.

no dispute, that

is

Miss Cason

in so large a

is

Girl."

recognized throughout the school as the most

indulgent and lenient of matter, however, there

that Dr. Ira Landrith

One

in size

is

the greatest

man

of his chief rules

their heart's content in chapel is

most pleased when

Dr. Landrith

is

and

pleasure

is

it

and generous heart

edly find us less so should he substitute some more popular

is

delighted

if

if

and kind should not be unanimously popular and

the

girls

song which

walk

one so lenient

and unattractive. carried

which has been bestowed upon

undoubtedly a great friend

Miss McClure but

is

but

unusually elderly

She has never been the

She has

inspira-

completing their work.

many Venuses

would be

with broad smiling mouths and up-

We

feel

that in closing

we should

the editor of this most entertaining

have made

man who was

is

bent upon conversation, nor has she demanded

in

looking, at present, through the art studios

never during this entire year kept in a particularly flighty fresh-

absent excuses from any.

is

fact that girls are never

turned pug noses.

for the poor,

benighted day pupils, she shows unlimited partiality.

known

Miss Goodwin devotes her time not only to instructing her pupils,

greeted by her.

'Tis a well

away by her charms.

this extraordinary privi-

of the boarders,

a love in a different vein.

tion of a crush.

One

much

tells of

Miss Lawrence, an instructor of English,

great?

Miss McClure occupies the pleasant position of chapel

lege

patriot-

his large

not be strange,

teacher and seems to enjoy very

defects.

overwhelmed by our undying

ism when we sing "The Star Spangled Banner," would undoubt-

they speak with their friends (sex?) out of the windows

Would

is

that pupils talk to

about the neighboring streets unchaperoned and even expresses

at the twilight hour.

most prominent

Mr. Washburn who is

He

equally lenient.

is

in

In other things, as well as chapel,

girls cut.

She

the language instructors.

so fond of her pupils that she wears slightly colored spectacles

and authority.

and regulations

all

is

in order to hide their

Ward-Belmont, both

heartily applaud at the chapel hour,

plays with dashing ability our favorites, the following remark-

little

not omit Miss Zetta Jones, (?)

book.

Her poor

efforts

impression upon this wonderful book and this

undoubtedly due to her poor management.

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A chafing And

A

dish secret spreads,

may Few fetes, in time From studies taken,

Rich goodies tucked beneath our beds; Receptions, teas,

And men galore, And gowns and ribbons by Some fancy work On laces rare,

A

bit of knowledge here and there. All this is what the world believes girl at boarding school achieves.

A

&n

Neatest Optimistic

Cutest

Kathryx Timberlake

Pessimistic

Dancer

Virginia

Handsomest Idlest Jolliest

Keen Literary

Modest

McDearmon

Akwik Scott Clare Duncan Jane Miller Gladys Hatch

Extravagant Flirt

Graceful

&re

ensue;

giptmbet

Edith Chabot Orlene Bass

Beautiful

Wt

We're then reproached by looks forsaken; Our fancv work Is mending hose— Our books give us no time to doze. Though boarding school life bright may seer 'Tis oft more serious than vou'd dream.

the score;

Athletic

charing dish The rules taboo, Lest conflagration

Ella Mae Gillaspie Jeannette Sloan Hermosa Brown Ethel Griffin Laira Ator

Peponb

Margaret Rickman

Mary Betty Marion Roland Harriet Overton Emma Bracken

Quizzical

Rashest

Mary

Studious Talkative

Hill

Gladys Moi rfield Margaret Asher Della Clayton Mary" Dale Robertson Eugenia Baker Martha Ashby Zetta Jones

Unconcerned Virtuous Wittiest

Xanthous Youngest Zealous

Cfje Sips Hie* italp

Oh, Seniors, how you will regrettum When on life's path you wander-ettum And find you can not, quamquam bonus, Keep up with the world et man supremus. You will wish you had only disceretis, But girfs will be girls et misceretis Instead of saving; the voluptales pro post. putting their time on what counts most. Dear girls, let me add one word of advice, Just remember this and it will suffice; Don't forget in your schooldays' darkness or beaut; '"Beyond the Alps lies Italy." There is } r our duty.

And

—K. 0.'


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OFFICERS Emma Bracken

President

Evelyn Pearcv Gladys Hatch

Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

REPRESENTATIVES *

B 2 O

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Emma Bracken

Gladys Hatch Lizzie D. Bouldin Elizabeth Eba

Gertrude Wilson Elizabeth Perkins

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Evelyn Pearcy Margaret Rickman Martha Pound

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may have been

better for our having lived in it."

ACTIVE CHAPTERS Beta

Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta

Eta

.

.

.

.... .

.

.

Fulton, Mo.

Synodical College Christian College Woman's College Hardin College Centenary College Stephens College

Columbia, Mo.

Montgomery,

Ala.

Mexico, Mo. Cleveland, Tenn.

Columbia, Mo.

Theta

Ward-Belmont

.

Lambda

Mu

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Crescent College

Xu

Brenau College

Xi Omicron .

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Lexington, Mo.

Central College Liberty Ladies College Hollins, Vi

.

Institute

Holli-

Nashville, Tenn. Lexington, Ky. Eureka Springs, Ark. Gainesville, Ga.

Hamilton College .

Liberty,

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Lillie Atchison

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Martha Lindsey Sarah Manier Elizabath Neil Louise Tillman-

Mary Wheeler

Helen Killebrew

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Mrs

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B.

Wharey

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Emma Morrow Anderson Mrs. R. M. Anderson Sue Houston Anderson

Mary Ayent Mrs. Philip Axtell Sarah Berry

Anna Blanton Margaret Bransford Mrs. Claiborne Bryan Elizabeth Stokes Buford Mrs. Gabriel Cannon Julia Chester

Mrs. Richard

P.

Daniels

Mary Danforth

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Adele Raymond Elizabeth Rhodes Florence Carr Riddle Jessie Smith Mrs. K. Ward Smith

Alice Eloise Stockell Elizabeth Thompson-

Lucy Tillman

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Amelia McLester Frances McLester Elizabeth Overton Ophelia Palmer Nella Patterson

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Mary Taylor Gwathmey

Lavinia Picton

Jessie

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Mary Kate Hopkins Frances Landstreet

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IN

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Marie Bonchard

Mrs. Charlie Robinson-

Linda Harris

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Jflarta ARIA was

sitting in her rocking chair

by the

kitchen window, working on her quilt pieces,

when she was startled by Lane's whistle. The front door slammed, down went some books with a thud, and a tousled, brown head appeared at the kitchen door. "Aunt Martha gone, Maria?" inquired the 'boy.

Maria looked at him over her

"When your aunt knows when

to

come home.

gettin' real childish.

spectacles.

goes visitin' she never 'Pears like she's

Right after lunch she

had been the servant of his great-aunt Martha. "Lane's my boy," she often said, her wrinkled old face beaming with pride. A queer, homely, old face it was, with its varying expressions of sharp petulance, of a cunning free from malice, of quaint humor, of decided independence. Her faded, gray eyes peered out from under a sloping, wrinkled forehead. She always held her head a little forward, an attitude that betrayed her growing forty years she

feebleness.

Presently she caught sight of across the lawn toward the

the preparation of supper.

said she'd jes' step over to Mis' Ross's fer

meant a

a few minutes, an' here she's been gone this whole afternoon."

syrup.

"I believe I'd

she'll

stop here on

College.

thought home from the

be in soon.

my way

I've enrolled

for

my

I

senior year,

must try for the Rhodes scholarship. That would take me to England to finish my education. Think of it! It's the chance of my lifetime, Maria, and I'm not going to lose it. By the way, where's that book I was reading the other day? I can take it out to the swing and finish it before Aunt Martha comes." Maria watched him as he bent over the book. She knew he would win that scholarship. In fact, she had unbounded admiration for what she considered a limitless store of knowledge under that unruly shock of light brown hair, and for its owner she showed a warm partiality never equalled throughout the Maria, and the President says

I

little

Aunt Martha making her way

white cottage, and rose to begin

She knew Lane would stay, and that had for him, hot biscuit and

special treat she always

During the meal, Maria sat quietly in a corner of the dining room, listening to Lane's gay chatter about Aunt Martha's proposed trip to Florida. A hint that the cottage was to be rented during Aunt Martha's absence aroused in Maria a vague feeling of apprehension, a misgiving as to what was to become of her during the long winter months. Since a bitter quarrel had separated her from all her relatives many years before, she had been entirely dependent on Aunt Martha for a home. When she finally realized little white cottage, she was frightened and half-bewildered, and eagerly grasped at any pretext that that she must leave the

might thwart their plans for the trip. When Lane's mother came to help with the packing, Maria approached her with an eager air of mystery. "Your aunt is mighty feeble these days. She spends all her


time jes potterin' around the house and layin' down. She ain't got no appetite at all. Why, yestiddy she did'nt eat a bite for dinner. She tries to act spry and chipper when you're around,

you don't know how poorly she is. She's failin' all the time and gettin' childish. I don't see why you want to take her on so

that long trip. "I

know aunt

is

not strong, Maria, but

I

think this trip

is

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

what she needs. Oh! and Maria, you know the cottage is to be rented, and the new tenant will not want to keep a servant, so I have arranged for you to stay at the Old Ladies' Home while we are gone. I'll take you out there to-morrow." Without lingering to hear Maria's protests, Mrs. Hall bustled upstairs to finish the packing, leaving Maria muttering resentunder her breath know whether I'll stay there or not. Packing me off nothing to do but sit and fold my hands. to a place like that They've got no business to drag the old lady away from home, fully

"I don't

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

anyway." Upstairs Mrs. Hall was saying to Aunt Martha: Maria is getting so old, she is practically worthless as a servant. She is so cross and cranky and disrespectful that she worries you constantly, aunt. That is one thing I will not have. I hope she likes it well enough at the Home to want to stay there."

left

The next day Mrs. Hall drove Maria over to the Home, and her sitting in her stuffy little room, mumbling to herself

discontentedly and sullenly shaking her head. time came, she timidly ventured downstairs.

When

supper

She was so

and confused by the unfamilinr surroundings that she could not touch her supper of weak coffee and stale bread. She was homesick for the little white cottage. She was lonesome fluttered

among

the inmates of the home,

childish, old creatures.

called

up Mrs.

Hall.

At

all

last she

1

This

is

Maria.

I

want

to

tell

you that

I

jes

won't

too stuffy and hot, and the meals ain't fit Can't you get me a room in town where I can be quiet to eat. and comfortable? This place is awful. I jes can't stand it." It's

There was a quavering note

of complaint in the earnest, rebel-

lious, old voice.

She's gettin' too old fer sech things."

just

"Hello

stay out here.

of them pitiful, hopeless, went to the telephone and

Mrs. Hall soon convinced her, however, that such a change would be impossible. There was nothing for her to do but stay the Home and wait patiently for their return, five, perhaps at six, months later. In a surprisingly short time Maria lost her old air of independence. With no one to heed her querulous scolding, no one to gossip with, no trespassing school boys to chide, and no Aunt Martha to care for, she soon became pathetically quiet and submissive. As time went on, she aged perceptibly. Her figure grew shrunken and bowed, her eyes dim, her movements slow and trembling. In the winter months her hands became so stiffened with rheumatism that she could no longer even piece quilts.

Her only pleasure was in Lane's occasional visits. He could not come often because the Home was so far from town, and his work was doubly arduous with the scholarship at stake. One day in March he brought her the news that his mother and aunt were on their way home, and a few days later they came out to see her. She had looked forward anxiously to their coming, for in her heart was a haunting fear she dared not put was no longer strong enough do the heavy housework, they would not take her back to the

into thought, a fear that since she to

white cottage. So, smiling with tremulous eagerness, she put on a fresh apron and went to meet them. She noticed how frail Aunt Martha seemed, and was vaguely

little

troubled by her faint, patient, little smile. Then: "You see, Maria," Mrs. Hall was saying, "through a mis-

understanding about the

lease,

Mr. Lewis

is

to rent the cottage


months longer. During that time Aunt Martha is to stay with me. We were thinking this would be a good permanent arrangement, if you would be willing to remain here. Although I should like to have you to be aunt's maid, my house is not large enough to accomodate another servant. So we feel that the best plan is for Aunt Martha to make her home with me from six

now

on, and for you to stay here." "Yes, Maria." urged Aunt Martha, falteringly, in response to a look from Mrs. Hall. Maria intuitively knew that Aunt

Martha,

this plan

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

away

the fresh apron,

her heart to

moment Lane

"How

stifle

her gnarled,

the choking pain.

old

hand clutching at

Futilely,

her trembling-

strode into the room, his face alight.

you to-day, Maria? They announced the honors morning and I've won the scholarship! I knew you'd like

this

are

to hear."

Her homely old

was homesick

for the little white cottage. been broached to Maria six months earlier she would have protested against it with spirit; but the wearing jnactivitj' of her life at the Home had sapped away her will power and strength of resistance. Now, she was powerless, even docile, in the face of Mrs. Hall's vigorous conscientiousness in making what she believed the best arrangement for them all. There seemed nothing for Maria to do but acquiesce. "Yes, I'll stay," she said dully and wearily. Then, with a flash of her former pride, "Of course, if you don't want me after I've been with you for forty years but I guess I'm not much account now." A moment later they had gone, and Maria was left alone, utterly alone, rejected like a worn out thing without memory or heart or soul. Very slowly she turned to her wardrobe to put

Had

too,

fingers fumbled with the strings. She had never before felt so very old and weary and lonel}'. Suddenly a gay whistle shrilled under her window. At the well-known sound her burning eyes dimmed with tears. In a

as

face

beamed on him.

There aint nobody in the college smart as my boy." "And, Maria, next summer I'll sail for England, and then "That's jes

will

come

my

fine,

first

Lane.

year at Oxford.

Why, what's

the trouble,

Maria." In a few minutes he had heard the few pitiful details; how uncomfortable her room was, how distasteful the food, how long and dreary the days, how lonesome she was, and how homesick for the little white cottage. "Why, Maria," he said in his hearty, young voice, "Mr. Lewis can't rent the little white cottage always and when he leaves we'll see to it that you go back to keep house for Aunt Martha. The very first night after I come home from England, I'm coming down to take supper with Aunt Martha, and remember, for that first supper, I want some of your good, hot biscuit and syrup."

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Director

CLASS ROLL Constance Ballard Rebecca Bell Mary Harding Buckner Rose Buford Alice Burnham

Mackiewill Bush Carrie Dell Bussey Gladys Camfield Ruth Carpenter Margaret Chambers

Helen Conway Cammie Cornelius Alice Virginia Dawson

McClung Echols Aileen Fisher Esse Forrester Constance Garanflo Elizabeth M. Gardner Rachel Jane Gentry Margaret Glassell Babette Goldman Sadie

S. Greene Avon Hail

Anna Mildred Prigmore Sallie Maude Ray

Emaline

Elizabeth Hail

Thelma Hays

May Hitchcock Sue Day Holmes Ruth Johnson Louise Jones Mary Torre y Lear Lucile Logan Chloe McBride Minnie Lee McCaskill Sessums McCoy Nelle McCready Gladys Mourfield

Margaret Noland Mary John Overall Mary Overby Lillian Parkes Willetta Pitt

Katherine B. Rice Mary' Robinson Lavola Samuels Anita Sanders Winnie D. Simmerman Imogen Slaydon Bertie Smith

Myrtle Smith Kathleen Sparks Margaret Stahlman Marie Standley Marjorie Stewart Gladys Ware Susie

Weakley

Grace Wear Lucile White Jessie Whitesell Alberta Weir Wilson Dorothy Winton


Cxpres&tcm department OFFICERS

Miss Townsend, Director

Miss Cox, Assistant

Irma Petross Ethel Griffin

President Vice-President

Gex Marshall

Secretary

Gladys Hatch Marion Rowland, Margaret Rickman

Treasurer Expression Editors

CLASS ROLL Lucile Armstrong

Celia Goldner

Martha Ashby Eleanor Baker Eugenia Baker Frances Baldridge Kathryn Basinger Sadie Beck Ethel Blanton Nancy Boyd Virginia Carmichael Mrs. Carter Glennie Compton Margaret Cooper Fay Cowden Louise Craig Jane Douglas Crawford Mary Louise Crawford

Gladys Gough Ethel Griffin Annawray Grisham Evelyn Hageman Mrs. Hardison

Alice Virginia

Dawson

Sylla Harvey Glady's

Hatch

Sara W. Hetherington Lucy Herndon Harriett Hewitt Martha Hicks Olga Hooks

Verna Hooks B. Hooper Mary D. Houston

Anna

Frances Jarratt Jessica Jordan

Alberta Douglas

Hilda Kahn

Anna Dunan

Nancy Kercheval Helen Killebrew Cornelia Keeble Grace Landrith Marion Leftwich Helen Lowe L. Gex Marshall Chloe McBride

Elsa Eckhardt Elsie Eskind Pauline Ewell AlLEEN FOWLKES

Mildred Garanflo Lelia Glenn

Susan

K.

Glenn

Bernice McClain Ruth McInnis Lois

McManus

Jane Miller Zelma Miller Mrs. Newsome Ethel Overstreet Bessie Patterson Lucile Petty Irma Petross Magnes Puckett Margaret Rickman Mary' Robinson Valois Routt

Marion Rowland Norma Rutledge Frances Sawyer Arwin Scott Zelda Schnabaum Dollie Self Ethel Shepperd

Winnie D. Simmerman

Ona

Sims

Imogen Slayden Jeannette Sloan Bertie Smith irene Smith

Lucile Spence Jessie Starr Sybil Steere

Eva Sutton

Maude Sutton Eileen Sype Nell Talley KatherynTimberlake Malinda Timmoxs Sallie Tippine

Ruth Trigg Florence Townes Mrs. T. G. Watkins Mae Rose Weil Dorothy" Whitelaw Vivian Willing

Agnes Witherington Gladys Wolfe

Mabel Young Helen Frank Anna N. Hooper Leah Bell Levy Dorothy Loventhal Mary Lee Martin Corinne Morse Elizabeth Swartz


fa program Marion Rowl

of Eecttate

Oct. 28

"Sewing Seeds in Danny" Miss Marion T. Rowland.

November

"Madame

7

Miss Ethel

Butterfly'

Griffin.

"^ Thanksgiving Dream"

Nov. 27 I

Dec. 9

"Puritan Days" "Diddie,

Dumps and Tot"

Miss Margaret Rickman

"The Mystery Play"

Dec. 15

Department.

A

February 5

Series of Plays

Miss Townsend, Miss Cox and Mr. Washburn, assisted

by some

of the students.

February 18

Monologues Studio

March

2

March

11

of

Modern

Life

recital.

Character Studies

_

Seniors.

"The Piper" Mrs. Baker.

March

7,5

|

.

.

.A Miscellaneous Program

Studio recitals. April

Irma Petross

"Captain January"

I

Mrs. Anderson.


& Hate

Ha?p g>ong

to get

When

up

morning, on the ground,

in the

the frost

is

And the breath of Father Winter Makes the dead leaves dance around. Hate to face the early freshness,

When my bed is snug and warm, And a little extra dozing Seems

Hate to get up

in the

Is the greatest

fun of

all.

me

will

do no harm.

Hate to get up

morning.

When its pleasant summer time, And the birds are singing matins And the weather is sublime, For I like to rest and ponder While the feathered songsters And to lie in bed in summer

to

call;

in the

morning,

When the rain is coming down, And the heavens weeping freely Watersoak the blooming town, For it's sweet to heai the drumming Of the rain drops beating fast And to spend the minutes thinking Of the future and the past.

Hate to get up in the morning. Lazy? Well, perhaps you're right But you'll find your disappointments, And your other troubles light When you wake from golden slumbers Wondering how short it seems, And you pause a while to linger On the borderland of dreams.


Cijoral Class Haiti e Stanley

Jessie Starr

Ora Scott Emma Bracken

Grace Whipple Florence Whitlock Bess Whitmarsh

Mildred Burroughs

Mary Grinter Helen Lowe Clara Moore Hilda Palmer

Martha Pound

Vivian Willing Julia Wootten GVPSEY SULLIVAN

Corinne Walker Florence Anderson Mattie Hunter

Eleanor Baker Gladys Monk Kathleen Sparks Mary Evans Vance Talbot

Orlene Bass Addie Young

Louise Warmouth Lucile Whiddon

Virginia

Laura Ator Ione Zigler

Bertha Cohn

Laurie Jennings Elizabeth Cassity Nannie Campbell Hughes

McCray

Willie Mae Clarke Alice Burnham Louise Sullenberger Elizabeth Caldwell

Mary Louise Sharpe Mary Penick Nell MortonMildred Greene Gladys Bell Margaret Barker Alberta Brandau

Mary Estelle Denmark

Mary Lucile Ch Anna Dunan Vivian Johnson Katherine Rice Jennie White Vivian Mahan Ona Sims Lucile Tynes


$ebagogp anb Mrs. David Ausmus Ida Elanton Florine Bell Julia Barksdale Roberta Briley Nellie Fay Cornish

Htsrtorp of Jflusitc

Louise Chisolm Mrs. A. I. Dennison Elsa Eckhardt

Cora Palmer Margaret Millender

Magnes Puckett

Jessie B. Starr

Ilah Polhill

Llewellyn Ewing Joyce Gregory Mary Ross Loyd

Brenda Head Beulah Naive Willie House Nolen

Nora Shaw

Florence Patterson

Mary Clifton Roberts Francis Wilkins

Esther Lee Smith Bessie Smith

Della Clayton Gladys Hatch Alice Wilson Lucile Logan


Šrcfjesrtra Fritz Schmitz

Director

MEMBERS Violins:

Violins:

Minnie

L.

Leah Bell Leyy Ethel King Gladys Greer Mr. D. P. Sexton Jessie Wilson Jane Miller

Talley

Clerie Cuiaum Nellie Carroll Nellie Gee Elizabeth Johnson

Mary Kate Hopkins

Rubye Taylor

McLean Margaret Millender Annie Hays Rice Harriett Hewitt

Virginia

Virginia Chapin

Esther Zwjrn

Edna Zickler Sallie Woods Violas:

Mr. H. B. Long Mrs. A. B. Anderson

Leonora Williamson (".lady's camfield Mr. Alex Davis Mr. Manuel Eskind Sara Hitchcock Mr. Thomas Smith Irene Goldner

Flutes:

Mr. Latimer Wilson Mr. Dodge

Clarinets:

Mr. Arthur Henkel Mr. Dyer Mr. Farnswell Trombone:

Mr. Strobel

Dr. Blakemore Mr. Goldner

Organ:

Florence Patterson


CLASS ROLL Alice Burnham

Ellen Ambrose Flore.nxe Anderson

Helen Mae Andrews Laura Ator Margaret Bagwell Woodie Barton Sadie Beck Mattie Bell Alice A.

Marie Caldwell Vera Calhoun Edna Camfield Pauline Clayton Georgia Compton Glennie Compton Alberta Cooper

Myrtle Corbitt Katherine Dave Gertrude Davii Sadie Echols

Mary Eshbaugh Ritha Evans

Rachel Gentry Margaret Glassel

Annual Representativ

Florence Gnaedinger Mildred Greene Bessie Harbison Katherine Hall Hattie Hambright

Myrtle Hanke

Mary Hill Maude Holbert Olga Hooks

Nancy Kercheval Winifred League Mildred Lee DeLoscia Longacher Mrs. Lowry Minnie McCaskell Zelma Miller Marjorie Mollison

Ruth Montgomery Alma Morawitz Gladys Mourfield Marjorie Moray Dorothy Myers

Ma

fOVE

Ethel Ov Alice Parker Margaret Petter Lucile Petty Ruth Lucile Preston Gertrude Roose Mae Rutherford Ruth Riebenach

Ora Scott Cecilia Smith Sybil Steere

Helen Lee Strop Edwina Sturgis Mary Tyson Lucile Whiddon Gladys Wiggins Henri D. Williams Ruth Wise Edith Wolcott Alice Woodley

Freda Zimmerman


Bomesrtic Science Class Flower

— Daffodil.

Slogan

—"Eat, drink and be meiry."

OFFICERS Minnie McCaskili Annie English Vendla Ekluxd

.

President Secretary

Treasurer

CLASS ROLL Ei.lex Ambrose Bessie Allen-

Helen Andrews Laura Ator Margaret Bagwell Orlene Bass Madge Brantley Xell Brantley Mary Harding Buckner Rose Buford Alice Burnham

Mackiewill Bush Edna Camfield Helen Clixe [aude Coffelt Georgia Compton Alberta Cooper Myrtle Corbitt Georgia Corley Catherine Davenpoi Mackie Da\ts Vendla Ekluxd Mary Eshbauc Ritha Evan* Rachel Gi Babette Goldman Kate Grainger Hat riE Hambright Li las Haynie Harriett Hewitt

Rowland

Mildred Hicks

K. vte

Mary Hill

M. ay Rutherford Cecilia Smith yiiNNiE LeRoy Smith Myrtle Smith

Jessica Jordan-

Irene Lahm Winifred League

Edna

Mildred Lee

De Loscia Longacher Vivian Mahan Minnie Lee McCaski LL Lois

McMaxus

Marjorie Mollison JEANETTE MONKISH Lois

Moore

Marjorie Morey Gladys Mourfield Helen Morrow Lucille Miller Zelma Miller Dorothy Myers Cathryn Xewsom Hiley Northway LUCILLE OGILVEY Louise Owens Hilda Palmer Alice Parker Margaret Petter Lucile Petty Celeste Randolph

Sparks-

Jessie Starr Florence Stebbins Helen Strop Lillian Strop Eva Sutton Maude Sutton Allie Kate Slttle Louise Tillman LlLLA TOWNSLE Nettie Trousdale Lucile Tynes Edith Walcott

Percie

Warner

Annie Wagner

Mae Ross Weil Lucille Whiddon Gertrudr WilsonRuth Wise Alice Woodley Henri D. Williams

Freda Zimmerman Annie English Mrs. E. H. Rawlings

Gertrude Roose


$oem Once,,

when

all

the world seemed dreary,

And our very souls were weary, Came a summons to assemble

Oh, the fearful days that followed! Oh, the haggard face and hollowed!

Some were limping, some were Arms that once were strong.

'Round the chapel dais. Startled by the sudden warning, Like the mists before the morning Vanished apathy and languor From our wondering gaze.

All that once were true realities

Are but themes for song.

As we sat there, filled with wonde Suddenly a voice of thunder Smote upon our startled senses As a cannon call.

Here and there a few together idea seemed to tether, That some awful fate awaited Us in that dread hour. As with intense apprehension, Nerves all steeled to highest tension,

To one

And

So the M. D. yonder standing

List ye!

With much time

In

hour of woe.

its intense desperation Vied the drifts of snow.

far

than lore or history,

Penetrating far and farther, Echoed through the hall.

Just beyond the third floor landingHe will give relief and comfort

Oh, the pale face, paler paling! As the small hands clasped the

these words, so full of mystei

Deeper

Strange forebodings whispered to us Of despotic power.

In this

shieldin

Hide your faces, Joy and Pleasure, Hope and Love, and hoarded treasure;

railii

In a cottage yonder,

to muse and pondc maiden, once as happy As you are to-day, But neglect of vaccination Has given her this long vacation, And to warn you have I called you, Hasten now, I say.

Sits a


'

W

hen y o u zr z D o w n nthe member ut h I

1

i

"-

Jonah. Ccime out

H-e

aWriGht.j


jfamou* people Miss Hope

McCown

As It

worries her from morn Alas! Alas! Alas!

till

Elizabeth Frierson

Jeanette Sloan

Vice-President Junior

Secretary Senior Middle

Senior President

Jeanette! Jeanette! is one so true, Girls just like her are mighty few. To be an actress is her ambition, But this is against her folks' tradition.

a little job, you know. President of Senior Class;

Hope has

night,

Hortense, a girl so quiet and demure, Her many thoughts she keeps secure; good housewife we know she'll make When she her solemn vows will take.

She'd rather be a slave.

A Martha Pound

From

A

Vice-President Junior Middle

Treasurer Senior Middle

She'll never take

once received a man in the East; scorcher it was, I believe, Never, again! Now he has ceased. letter she

Elizabeth Leitzbach

Hortense Moore

girls just won't be still, you knov She can't make them behave; another job

The

A

Elizabeth has a knack for writing themes, Whether good or bad; But we must confess they are mostly good, From the samples we have had.

Mildred Burroughs

Vice-President

Martha had a Dr. friend, She liked him very well, But she just would not talk to him Xor believe the things he'd tell.

Secretary Junior Middle

Am a Barker Vice-President Senior Middle

For outdoor sport her thoughts aspire, And hardy games that make one perspire;

A

senior next year she will be

And

will

graduate with honors

it's

easy to see.

Mildred B. is small in stature, But big in heart and mind. She loves to swim as well as dance And is ever good and kind.

Katherine Timberlake

Ora Smith

Vice-President Freshman

Vivian Willing

Secretary

President Junior Middle

Ora's going to found a school It will be very grand The boys and girls will all be there From every part of the land.

A

Added

No

Mary

of mischief and plumpness, little Willing to a speck of brightness; else her place is filling. one

little bit

You have one

G. Street

all,

little

Florence Anderson

Corinne Smith

Just "Ricky"

And

A

hair,

right there for popularity, a true Theta she is for fair belle she'll be in society.

She

is

bell,

Margaret Rickman

President Junior

With eyes that sparkle and curly

dell,

Louise S. has a new hat And everything is well; Oh, joy of joys and love divine, She has her botany good and fine, And, besides, she has her letter today From Colonel P! Let come what may.

crush,

is Torrey Lear; But I guess I'd better hush Or in trouble I'll be, I fear.

President Senior Middle

Corinne, must we begin to tell Of all your famous history? No! That is much too big a task For it is all a mystery.

Goes the old

Treasurer Junior Middle

Mary had a Her name

Louise Schureman President Senior Academic

Ding, dong,

Mary Martin

Treasurer

Mary G.

Street has been treasurer Of everything under the sun Ever since she has been in school at And I tell you it's not any fun.

K. Timberlake is a sweet little girl, With rosy cheeks and many a curl; She goes home every week-end, you know, And never comes back without a new beau

Rickey's rather a shy little creature, But this one thing we'll tell: Ask her sometime if she happens to know A Sigma Chi who's named -'Bob" Bell.


Jfamous people

At the Phi

Sophomore Class

Mu Gamma

Secretary of Freshman Class

Treasurer of Sophomore Class

House

named Elizabeth S., flirts with all the boys who pas 'Bout ten a day or less. Is a girl

She

Irene Lahm

Jennie White

Elizabeth Smith President of the

Irene

A

dillar, a dollar,

A

very smart scholar,

Whac makes you come so Ycu don't, do you? of

You're from the

late?

course not, dear

Lone Star

Lahm

is

a fortunate person,

As well as kind and sweet; Her mother's been here, and one more Her horseback riding is a treat.

thing,

State.

Lillian Bryd Whitsell of Junior Class

There

is

a little girl

named Frances

Marion Leftwich

Street,

She studies all the time so hard, And hence from half the scrapes

is

*

barred.

Addie Young

Secretary of Junior Class

Treasurer of Freshman Class

Marion went to Florida, Her lessons she did shirk; she doesn't want to do Another lick of work.

Two

And now

Martha Lindsey

Vice-President of the Sophomore Class

Addie Young

On

is

very silent

subjects save one; She wants to go home and she's going, too, As soon as her lessons are done. all

President College Preparatory Class

She was gone for

five whole weeks, her friends they sighed, "Alas;' in time be secretary of the Junior Class.

And

But she came back just

To

President of Freshman Class

Secretary of Sophomore Class

Miss Ray, one fine spring day, Decided to go to a meeting; 'Twas the Sophomore Class, but alas! alas! The Secretary-ship was her greeting.

Martha Lindsey is the most proper human, As well as sweet, I hear; She once did whistle under her breath

And

LUELLA WHORLEY

Amelia Nell Ray Little

Byrd W. must be

a queer girl, things at once to be; I've heard people say, "She's a bird," "She's a daisy,' But how she can puzzles me. Lillian

Who's very lovely and very sweet,

Luella

W.

is

a real nice child, like to dance;

Louise Benedict Secretary and|Treasurer of College Preparatory Class

and Frances Davies Are a trio you'll never find apart; one of them happe

Louise, Emaline

But she does

To watch her for an hour or more Would put you in a trance.

the girls rejoiced for a year.

If


JfamouS people

Virginia

Margaret Walsh Margaret Walsh

And very

is

'Chuck" McCray doesn't call them crushes, "They're just good friends," she'll bluff; But first there was Louise, then Mattie, and then Hope, and she's on the string sure enough.

from the North,

quiet, I've heard;

But now and then in a History paper She u-ill use a big word.

Pearl Fisher

Zetta Jones

Secretary of Senior Academic Class

hair,

In a pinch she

But beware!

Ella

is

you

if

her wrath ye have to appease.

McKenney does

not like the job

Which they have given her; collect money for the Academic

Something

else she'd

much

Zetta's in

Who

it

Class.

prefer.

got her in? sin;

Who'll get her out? Her staff no doubt!

Famous on General

D n't you cry; Ycu'Il be a college girl By and by. Katrina Overall Vice-President of College Preparatory' Class

Katrina, Katrina,

My dear,

have you seen her? She flys a round so fast; She works her poor little self to death, But hopes for rest at last.

Principles

How

perfectly lovely and grand she is Her "Senior Write-up" will tell you; But suppose you ask her on a pretty day

Who

never did them any harm, But won them alljwith her sweetest

How

"Hyphen"

Alice, Alice,

C. A.

Elizabeth McDonald

What a disgrace in civilized zones To try to kill poor Zetta Jones!

Alice Parker Editor-in-Chief of

W.

Delia Clayton, that virtuous girl, Has, for a great long while, Blessed Ward-Belmont, and before that Belmont, With her sweet and kindly smile.

now;

'Twas the faculty's

Academic Class

To

President of Y.

Row, Row, Row,

McKexxey

Treasurer of Senior

Ella

please;

said to be plump,

lest

Della Clayton

Editor in-Chief of "Milestones"

Pearl Fisher has very blue eyes,

And dark

McCray

President of Self-Go vernment Association

Vice-President of Senior Academic Class

Dan

soon she surveys the view.

6 o'clock Tennis Court in comMile. Sansot, Dr. B. and Dan Blakemore. But Dr. B. and B. are both 2 Xs, so what's the trcuble?

Answer pany with

(for the ignorant ones):

Laurel Oakes Our only "Mrs."

In spite of the fact that she is a "Mrs." She has troubles as well as we; The bane of her existence is Chemistry Lab., The same as us other mortals See?


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Colors— Green and white.

lily.

OFFICERS Vexdla Eklund. Bess Whitmarsh Mary Adeline Craig Mary Ixmax .

.

President :

Vvx-President Secretary

Treasurer

MEMBERS Helen Mae Andrews MARGARET A.TKIXSON Georgia Alexander Margaret Asher Dorothy Brokaw Carrie Dell Busse* Gladys Bell Elmire Bell

Mildred Burroughs Rose Elaine Ball Sadie Beck Iley Nunn Cage

Mary Lucile Chandler GEORGIA COLBURX Fay Cowden Consuelo Cogdell Phoebe Clement Lula Drisdale E. Denmark Marion J. Dortch Nancy Dorsey Anna Duncan

Mary

Sadie Echols

Marguerite Eskind

OraChattin Edna Camfield

MeadieExum

Gladys Camfield Frances Cheely

A.leex Fisher

Elizabeth Cassitv

Dorothy Faix Marguerite Fox Mildred Garanflo

Ruth Graham ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Mary Hall Annie Bell Hale Thelma Hays Vivian Johnson Jessica Jordan Ruth Johnson Laurel Levering Bess Lockwood Henrietta Lindsley Grace Lilly Sessums McCoy

Clara Moore Dorothea Mayo Adelaide Murphree Marion Malone

Ruth McInnis VIRGINIA

McLEAN

Gladys Monk Octa McDonald Virginia

McDearmon

Edna Nellums Lois

McManus

Marguerite Noojin Pauline Nathan Harriet Overton Ethel Overstreet Katrina Overall Mable Overstreet Natahe Overall

Alice Parker

ZETTAjONES Mary Dale Robinson Mamie Rebman Helen Lee Strop Elizabeth Strange Eileen Sype Maud Sutton Esther Lee Smith Eunice Taylor p E1EL Webb

Webb

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Mary Overbey

Corinne Wootten

Ruth Lucile Preston Annie Mildred Prigmore

Julia Wootten Alice Wilson


Semite Out) Flower

— Sunflower.

Motto

Evelyn Pearcy Katrina Overall

Margaret Asher Rose Elaine Ball Eleanor Bakek Ama Barker Gladys Bell Vera Bell Mary Betty Ida Blanton Dorothy Brokaw Hermosa Brown Letitia Carter Edith L. Chabot Margaret Chambers Frances Cheely Willie Mae Clark Elizabeth Clement Mildred S. Coate

Maude Coffelt

.

.

— Deuce.

President

Vice-President

Georgia Colbu Georgia Co Marion Conley George Corley

Mary Denmark Nancy Dorsey Lula Drisdale

Anna Dunan Sadie Echols

Mary Eyans Aileen Fisher Elizabeth Frierson Babette Goldman Anne Bell Hale

Myrtle Hanke Sylla Harvey Zetta Jones

Mary

Colors

Helen Sype

.

Lillian Weis

Howe

Augusta Joseph Laurel Levering Bess Lockwood Mary Ross Loyd Marion Malone Gex Marshall Sessums McCoy Elizabeth McDonald Susie V.

McLemore

Ma

Secretary

Treasurer

Hill

Harriet

— Dark blue and white.

iOve

Na-

Mary Overby Cora Palmer Evelyn Pearcy Irma Petross

Margaret Petter Martha Pound Ruth Lucile Preston Anna Mildred Prigmore

Dollie Self Esther Lee Smith Lucile Spence Florence Lee Stebbins Helen Lee Strop Eileen Sype Helen Sype Maud Sutton Eunice Taylor Mary Tysor

Edna Webb

Webb

Jane Miller

Hilda Quackenbush

Pearl

Clara E. Moore Pauline Nathan Edna Nellums Marguerite Noojin Gertrude Officer

Mamie Rebman Mattie Lee Reib Ruth Riebenack Mary Dale Robertson

Grace Whipple Lurene White Bess Whitmarsh Freda Zimmerman Esther Zwirn

Ora Scott


XKfje

Colors

Etbtng Club

— Chestnut and green.

Motto

— Make

it

agreeable.

Flower— Ivy.

OFFICERS Zetta E. Jones

President

Ada Talbot

Vice-President

Helen Arnold

Secretary

and Treasurer

HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Lawrence

Mrs. Forrest

Miss Williams Miss Franz

Miss Chandler Miss Morrison

Dr. Landrith


MEMBERS OF THE RIDING CLUB Edith Chabot

Katherine Barnett

Jane Miller Mildred Garanflo

Helen Arnold Ada Talbot Nora Crow Ruth Preston Margaret Cooper Carrie Lou Johnston Nora Shaw Irene Lahm

Glenne Compton Agnes Carlisle Eunice Bryson Norma Rutledge Florence Stebbins Grace Whipple Hilda Quackenbush Maude Moreland Maude Sutton

Laurel Oakes Ethel Sheperd

Martha Hicks Verna Hooks

Lois

McManus

Zetta Jones Harriet Howe

Elsa Eckhart

Margaret Barker Moore Ora Scott Ruth Montgomery Lois

Francis Stevens

Lillie Appelt

Mary Emma Richardson

Lillian Crosby

Dorothy Brokaw Helen Strop

Lillie

Gex Marshall Margaret Fox Thelma Hayes Vera Bell Minnie LeRoy Smith Gertrude Williams Lillian Strop

Mattie Sue Avery

Anita Williams Arita Bond

Laura Lynn Eleanor Baker Helen Gentry' Gertrude Davidson

Anderson

Sadie Beck

Margaret Millender Mamie Rebman Alma Morawitz Glady's Hatch Frances Lazarus Pauline Nathan Pauline Ewell


Wot Colors

— Tango pink and

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Club

Myste

Mary Betty, 9 K d Emma Bracken, * M

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Vice-President

r

Ethel Griffin Bess Johnston, A K Zetta E. Jones

Flowers— Pink and white President

Remt Sorrfs Mose Lee

*

Hote McCown, B 2 Virginia McCray, B S O Evelyn Pearcy, SIX Margaret Rickman, SIX

Mary Dale Robertson, 9 K Gertrude Wilson, * M r Julia Wootten, A K * Mrs. Forrest Mrs. Rose

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John Denmark Doc Rickman Jess Pound Duck Eb

Charles Zigler Carl Bouldin John Chiperfiel Tom Barker

Tom Boyd Burton Boardman C. Head Carrol Willing

C

Honorary Member, Miss Boyer

Ralph Talley Bob Mourfield Chip Robertson Wilson Dillard Evans Skillman


Cotillion

Club Flower

Color— Yellow and white.

— Chrysanthemum.

OFFICERS President

Dick Jones Jack Gillaspie Ike Pearcy Fred Hatch

Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

.

Assistant Secretary and Treasurer

Dick Jones

Jack Betty Lieutenant Bracken

Austin McDonald

Carl Eklund Jack Gillaspie

Sam Graham Jack Graham Fred Hatch

Tom Conway

Mac McDearmon Lee McCray Bob McLemore Ike Pearcy

Don Smith


«. a." Jones, Captain, and Pearcy, Manager Rooters

— Griffin and

Emblem

—A bat.

Newson

MEMBERS Smith

Pitcher

McCown

Catcher

Jones

1st base

McDonald

2d base 3d base Short stop Right field

Overall Pearcy

McCray Hatch Asher

Center

field

Left

Craig

field

Substitute

:

m.

ft.

OFFICERS McDearmon Mary Dale Robertson

Virginia

Captai;

Manager

MEMBERS Mary Martin Mary Dale Robertson Eula Mae Gillaspie Virginia McDearmon Madge Brantley Mary Betty Edith Chabot Slsie V.

McLemore

Mattie Hunter

Pitcher

Catcher 1st

base

2d base

3d base Shortstop Right Center

field

Left

field

field


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Motto

— "We knov

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Colors

OFFICERS Evelyn Pearcy Zetia

Jones Ethel Griffin E.

Mary Betty Hope McCown

President Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

— Black and gold.


'I"

Flower

— Violet.

Motto

fcrtition

— "Get

it

done."

Club

Colors

— Black and

OFFICERS

Mary Dale Robertson Emma Bracken Madge Brantley Susie V. McLemore Martha Pound

Vivian Willing

Eugenia Baker Lizzie

Nell Brantley Orlene Bass

Dee Bouldin Corinne Smith

Maude Funk

Laurie Jennings

Margaret Barker

President Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

La


Beutectje herein

Colors

Motto

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Red, white and black.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Mehr Licht.

OFFICERS Adeline Craig

President

Margaret Walsh

Vice-President

Dessa Scott

Secretary and Treasurer

MEMBERS Fraxkie Dale Mary Hill

Jessie Whitesell

Helen Sype

Margaret Walsh

Glennie Compton Zelda Schnabaum

E

Ione Zigler

Ruth Lucile Preston Edith Chabot Mary Ann Holmes Margaret Chiperfield Alice Parker Augusta Joseph

Esther Zwirn Margaret Atkinson Elizabeth Leitzbach

Lurene White Bess Whitmarsh

Pearl Fisher

Rosaline Ball

Margaret Petter Georgia Alexander Fannie Glass

Llewellyn Ewing Nancy Dorsey

Linda Rhea

Lillian Weiss Adeline Craig

Sarah Manier Sue Bryant

Alma Morawitz

Mary

Julia Street


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Flower

— Fleur de

lis.

Motto

*

Club * Colors

— Vouloir C'est pouvoir.

— Blanc et

o;

OFFICERS Margaret Barker Frances Head Amelia Nell Ray Aileen Carpenter

President Vice-President .

.

.

.

Secretary

;

Treasurer

MEMBERS Lillian Stephens

Mary Dale Robertson

Edna Jane Webb Gladys Wolfe

Louise Tillman Anita Sanders

Margaret Barker Alberta Brandau Annette Cole

KLatrina Overall Annie Beasley Mary Louise Cra Iley Nunn Cage Fra Da Frances Landstreet Georgia Mizelle

Woodie Barton Lillian Brower Mary L. Chandler Virginia Driver Christelle Ferguson Frances Head Martha Killebrew

Elizabeth Prince Valois Routt Janie Rosborough

Valencia Knox Marion Leftwich

Margaret Morrow

Elizabeth Smith Jennie White Alice Burnham Beckie Bell Vera Bell Elizabeth Cassity

Frances Sawyers Nannie Bell Shannon Grace Whipple Elizabeth Young Nell Brantley Hazelle Anderson

Lucile Miller

Ann

Edna Nellums Harriet Overton

Bagwell Eleanor Baker

Mary

Elise Beaven Eva Lee Brower Katherine Davenport Or a Smith Constance Garanflo

Frances Sanders Lillian M. Strop Dorothea Smith Eunice Taylor Ella May WilsonVirginia Chapin Frances Cheely Mary Evans

Frances Baldridge Mozelle Boyd Margaret Cartwright Vera Stephens

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Gladys Hicks Martha Lindsey Louise Schureman Mary Torrey Lear Mary Betty Lucy B. Cooper Margaret Cooper Nancy Dorsey

Pierce

Sara Shannon

Mamie Sorrels

McCray McDearmon Bertha Malone

Virginia Virginia

Virginia Jones

Josephine Kirby Clara Moore Amelia Ray

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Dorothy Wilson Louise Owens Cornelia Keeble Anna Lee Baker Eugenia Baker Henrietta Lindsley Katherine Basinger Frankie Dale

Roberta Briley Aileen Carpenter Consuelo Cogdell Elizabeth Colville

Gladys Greer Myrtle Love Emily Mills Elizabeth Neil Fay- Rimmer Elizabeth Strange Thelma Talley

Clara Harvey

Christine Thornton-

Mary Hill Helen Lowe

Gertrude Williams Pearle Webb Kathleen Young

Bess Lockwood Bernice McClain Laurel Oakes Corinne Smith Florence Stebbins

Addie Young

Dorothy BrandonMadge Brantley

Mary Dahl Tysor Marjorie Woodrum Ona Sims

Elizabeth Chester

Agnes Witherington

Mildred Garanflo

Lillie Atchison Adeline Craig Rachel Crutchfield

Elizabeth Frierson

Marion Conley Marion Dortch Lelia Glenn Verna Hooks

Carrie Lou JohnstonAdelaide Murphree

McLemore Gex Marshall Susie V.

Evelyn Pearcy

Bertha Cohn Ruth Dowell

Maude Holbert Dorothy Brokaw

Marion Malone Mary Martin Cathryn Newsom Mary John Overall Mary Overby

Ella McKenney LlLBURNE MlDDLETON hortense moore Hattie Stanley Jessie Whitesell Opal Woodley Bessie Owens Margaret Fox Carrie Dell Bussey Agnes Carlisle Elizabeth Caldwell Ora Chattin Phoebe Clement

Rebecca Cornelius Louise Craig

Margaret Currey Lula Drisdale Meadie Exum Rebecca Gibbs Helen Higman Leah Horn-

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Hortense Keithley Georgia May- List Ruth McInnis Glady-s

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Elizabeth Perkins

Elizabeth Renick

Mamie Rebman

Sallie M.

Ray Norma Rutledge Fay Wall

Leona Roberts

Aileen Fisher

Marguerite Willing Florence Anderson Elmire Bell Vale re Blair

Lizzie D. Bol-ldin

Nora Crow

Pauline Ewell

Maude Funk

Helen Kelley

Kathleen Garrett Ethel Griffin Olga Hooks Grace Landrith Margaret Millender

Mildred Prigmore

Rowena Scott

Elizabeth Graham

Louise Sullenberger Ruth Trigg Otie K. Ashley

Ruth Graham

Elizabeth Hart

Mary Williams

Mary Kate Hopkins Beulah Sawyer Edwina Sturges Ada Talbot Clara Duncan

Ethel Overstreet

Vance Talbot

Mary- Inman Lois Moore

Lucile Spence

Carolyne Boardman

Mary Clark Lillian Crosby

Mary Denmark

Mary Houston Maney

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Bessie Allen Hazelle Anderson Florence Anderson Lillie Anderson

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Laura Ator Mattie Sue Avary Eleanor Baker Eugenia Baker Margaret Barker

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Lilburne Middleton Margaret Millender Zelma M. Miller Marjorie Mollison Gladys Monk Clara Edyth Moore

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Jennie D. White

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Addie

W

Wootten F. Young

Freda Z Ione Zigler


dangler*' Club Colors

Flower

Gold and white.

Virginia McLean, President.

Theola Simmons,

Secretary.

—Jonquil.

Sue Bryant,

Treasurer.

MEMBERS Della Clayton Alice Parker

Llewellyn Ewing Sue Bryant Theola Simmons

Pauline Ewi Virginia

McLean


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Silence at last has fallen,

And

darkness

The teacher has But never a All eyes are

lies all

light

now

All brains are

around.

finished her circuit,

found.

is

closed in slumber,

now

fast asleep;

She thinks, "We are safe till to-morrow," And back to her bed she doth creep.

But hark' What noise is this coming? What sound of feet here on the stair? Her door she quickly pulls open

And

Up

the ghosts are

all

the stairs they are

passing there.

filing

slowly,

In a close and unbroken line, yes, always up, to the floor just above,

Up,

Steadily

onward they climb.

Other doors are now quickly opened The thing is discovered too soon Each ghost is completely surrounded And sent shuddering back to her room.


Mary

Betty, President

Motto

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; "To-morrow comes and Then

let

we are where?

Flower

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Magnolia

us live to-day."

MEMBERS Lillie Appelt

Willie Mai Clark

Florence Anderson Mattie Sl'E Avarv Hazelle Anderson

Iley

Nunn Cage

Louise Craig

CONSUELO COGDELL Ruth Carpenter Pauline Clayton-

Mary Estelle Denmark Dean Dillard Beckie Bell

Caroline Boardma Ver.\ Bell

Katherine Barnet

Marion Jennings Dortch Annie English Mary Evans Sadie Echols Pauline Ewell Llewellyn Ewing Esse Forrester Cristelle FergusonElizabeth Frierson

Orlene Bass Jessie Lee Batte Elise Beavin Bessie Blake

Madge Brantley

Mildred Greene Babette Goldman Susan GlennEthel Griffin Lillian Gibson Maude Holbert Mary Anne Holmes Lucy Herndon

Anne Bell Hale Verna Hooks Olga Hooks Mattie Hunter

Mary Inman Georgia Col bur

Vivian Johnson Zetta Jones Bess JohnstonCarrie Lou Johnston

Valencia Knox Bess Lockwood Frances Lazarus Laura Laffoon Lilburne Middleton Adelaide Murphee

Margaret Millender Marguerite Murphey Ruth Montgomery Octa McDonald Gladys Mourfield Gladys Monk Jane Miller Minnie McCaskill Edna Nellums Margaret Noojin Pauline NathanHarriet Overton Mabel Overstreet Ethel Overstreet Gertrude Officer Lucile Ogilvey Elizabeth Prince Mary Pierce Mary Penick Ethel Payne

Martha Pound Cora Palmer Evelyn Pearcy Norma Rutledge Rachel Rucker Sallie Maude Ray Omelia Ray

Mamie Rebman

Mary Emma

Richardson-

Margaret Rickman Mary Dale Robertson Leona Roberts Katherine Rice Ellie Rosborough Janie Rosborough Annie Hays Rice Ora Smith Corinne Smith Esther Lee Smith Ora Scott Syhil Steere

ROWENA FCOTT Nora Dene Shaw Luelle Strickland Lucile Spencer Hattie Stanley Minnie LeRoy Smith Louise Sullenberger Nell E. Talley

Ruth Trigg Gladys Gough Leonora Williamson-

Edna Webb

Pearl Webb Bess Whitmarsh Henri D. Williams Frances Wilkins Grace Wear ,-

Wn.i ;

Esther Zwir

Willing


Flower

— White rose. Motto

Colors

— Of

all

crackers, give

me

— Red and

white.

a "Georgia Cracker.'

Martha Pound Luelle Strickland Valencia Knox .

Mary

E.

.

-

.

President

Vice-President .

.

.

.

Denmark

Mattie Sue Avary

Mildred Greene

Louise Jones

Ilah Polhill

Leona Roberts

Secretary

Treasurer


Motto 'Tis a land of sweet flowers 'Tis a clime of glad hours, 'Tis a State of great power

Of assimilation; 'Tis a realm of vegetators, 'Tis the home of agitators, 'Tis the haunt of alligators

Drop

in.

m

fLORIDH Colorsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Orange and white.

Flowerâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Orange blossom.

OFFICERS President

Minnie Lee McCaskill Elmire Bell Bena Collins

Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

MEMBERS Gladys Bell Carolyn Boardman Nell Talley

Ethel Overstreet Mabel Overstreet Katherine Whiddek


Color

— Red and white. Motto

Flower

— "Regnant populi."

— Apple

Blossom.

OFFICERS Mary Dale Robinson

President

Virginia Driver

Vice-President

Theola Simmons

Secretary and Treasurer

KKA115A5 Rose Elaine Ball Eugenia Block Phoebe Clement Virginia Driver Mildred Garanflo Constance Gar* Harriet Howe Thelma Hays Almeda Jones Georgia Mae List

Nell Nelms Cathryne Newsom Irma Petross

Mary Dale Robertson Hattie Stanley Zelda Schnabaum Theola Simmons Eunice Taylor Bess Whitmarsh

Lurene White


Colors-Purple and gold

Flower-Violet.

ilfoHo-Find your smile.

OFFICERS

...

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...

* eracssec MEMBERS

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Gladys Greer Ethel Griffin-

Fannie Gl ASS

Susan Glenn Babette Goldman Otie K. Ashley

Margaret Barker Alberta Brandau Carrie Dell Bussey Bess Blake Sue Bryant

Mildred Burroughs Ethel Blanton Roberta Briley Beckie Bell Elizabrth Caldwell LIZABETH C'OLYILL

Ora Chattin Margaret Chambers Della Clayton Pauline Clayton-

Margaret Cooper Virginia Carmichael

Katherine Dasenport Mary Evans Pauline Ewell Llewellyn Ewing Aileen Fisher Elizabeth Frierson

President

Secretary and Treasurer Artist

Elizabeth Gardner

Mary Hall

Emaline Greene Nannie Campbell Hughes

Mattie Hunter Bess Johnston

Lillie Hickerson

Helen Lowe

Carrie Lou JohnstonMary Ross Loyd

Gladys Mourfield Georgie Mizell

Marion Malone Bertha Malon E Lois

Virginia

OCTA McDoNAL d Pauline Nathan Gertrude Officer

Laurel Oakes Harriet Overton Cora Palmer Magnes Puckett Lillian By'rd Whitesell Evelyn Pearcy Ruth Pitts Sallie Maud Ray Amelia Nell Ray' Katherine Rice

McCoy McLean

Sessums

McM iNUS

Edna Nellums

Annie Hays Rice Margaret Rickma < Rachel Rucker Lucile Spence

Ora Smith Mamie Sorrells Nor \ Shaw Kathleen Sparks Julia Simmons

Ada Talbot

Vance Talbot Katheryn Timberlake Louise

Warmath

Leonora WilliamsonGertrude Williams

Mary Williams Edna Webb Pearl Webb Ann Wagner Jessie Wilcox Agnes Witherington Jessie Whitesell


Colors— Black and Gold.

Flower

Motto

%

— United we stand;

divided we

— Black-eyed Susan.

fall.

OFFICERS Frances Head

President

Mary Martin

Vice-President

Marguerite Fox Nancy Dorsey

Secretary

Treasurer

m\KW MEMBERS

Anna Lee Barker Nancy Boyd Virginia Hardeson

Frances Head Katherine Barnett Marion Dortch Marion Schloemer Lillian Gibson Laura Laffoon Anna B. Hale Hattie Hambright Elizabeth Skillman Addie Young Lillie Anderson Pearl Fisher Frankie Dale

Elizabeth Renick

Margaret Asher

Mary Inman Valois Routt Vivian Mahan Elizabeth Eba

Nancy Kercheval Hope McCown Elizabeth Smith Ella McKenney Frances Lazarus Georgia Alexander Mary Grixter Frances Street Mary G. Street Lavola Samuels

Marguerite Fox Margaret AtkinsonGladys Kinnaird Valera Hardesty Mozelle Boyd Ruth Williangham Ruth Willingham Glennie Compton Elizabeth Strange Anne E. Preston Bertha S. Preston Mary' Martin Lelia Glenn

Winnie Simmerman

Mary Cottingham Nancy' Dorsey


lSSObft 1 Flower— Golden

Colors—Yellow and white. Mollo

rod.

— "Show others as we would have them show us."

OFFICERS

....

„ Gladys Hatch Louise Schureman „ Hermosa Brows

President

Vice-President

_.

Secretary and Treasurer

.

MEMBERS Virginia

Brown Hermosa „ „ Alice Burnham ___ ,. Coffelt Maude ~_

McDearmon

Alma Morawitz Alice Parker Margaret Petter Ruth Preston

Nora Crow Clara Duncan Gladys Hatch

Alma Mildred Prigmore Lilas Haynie

Mary Hill Edith Jones Hortense Keithly

Winifred League Mildred Lee Bernice McClain

Anita Sanders Louise Schureman Helen Strop Lillian Strop

Maude Sutton Eva Sutton Marjorie Woodrum


Colors

— Red and blue.

Motto

— "A merry heart goes

all

the day."

Flower

— Purple clematis.

OFFICERS Marguerite Willing Corinne Smith Vivian Willing

President

Vice-President Secretary

McLemore Mary Torrey Lear

Susie V.

Treasurer Artist

MEMBERS Elizabeth Graham

Ruth Graham Ethel Payne Agnes Carlisle Mary Ann Holmes Elizabeth McDonald

Miriam Cramer Esther Zwirn

Elizabeth Cassity Elizabeth Young

Vera Stephens Margaret Murphey Meadie Exum Mary Torrey Lear Anita Bond Frances Lusk

Mabel Young Ruth Amelia McInnis Susie V. McLemore Corinne Walker

Leah Horn Bessie Harbeson Christine Thornton Hallie Mae Shelton Corinne Smith Virginia Lee McCray Louise Catherine Owens

Marguerite Willing Vivian Willing Josephine Kirby Virginia Jones

Myrtle May Love

Lillian Parks Sadie Lee Hopkins Rita Evans Allie Kate Suttle

Mary Emma Richardson Martha Hicks Mary Lucile Chandler

Florence Townes Bessie H. Alle

Annette Cole

Maude Elizabeth Moreland Florence Anderson Mary Elizabeth Clark


>**£__.

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,

Colors

Flower

u-,„ — American beauty and white. ,

.

j

,

— White rose.

OFFICERS President

ANNA DuNAN Dorothy Whitelaw

.... .

Mary Tysor

Vice-President

Secretary and Treasurer

MEMBERS Irene Lahm

Constance Ballard

L -« RE1- LEVERING

CATHERINE BASIXGER

Dorothy Meyers

Elsa Eckhardt

Gertrude Roose

Ruth Johnson

HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs.

R. G.

Cox

Ruby

E. C.

Mason Ruth

Florence

N.

Sara T. Fraser K.

Clark

Boyer


REMEMBER THE

ALAMO"

Colors

— Yellow and white.

Flower

Motto

—Spell

it

— Cactus.

"L-o-y-a-l-t-y!

OFFICERS President

Eula Mae Gillaspie

Vice-President

Gypsie Sullivan

Secretary

Ona Sims Ruth Carpenter

Treasurer

MEMBERS Lillie Appelt

Laura Ator Elenor E. Baker Frances Baldridge Jessie Lee Batte Vera Bell Margaret Bierschwal

Annie English Esse Forester Bexie Gibbs Eula Mae Gillaspie Gladys Gough

Verna Hooks Olga Hooks Zetta E. Jones Jessica Jordan Bess Lockwood Lucile Logan

Plurie Brewster

Rose Buford Eunice Bryson Ruth Carpeni r Chloe McBride Aileen Carpenter Jane Miller Chabot Edith Zelma Miller Willie Mae Clark Clara Moore Consuelo Cogdell

Marian Conley Helen Conway Cammie Cornelius Rebecca Cornelius Fay Cowden Louise Craig

Lois

Moore

Nell Morton Lucile Ogilvey Bessie

Owens

Lucile Pettey Mary Pierce

Mattie Lee Reib Mary Robinson Ellie Rosborough Janie Rosborough Norma Rutledge Dollie Self

Ona Sims Esther Lee Smith Francesca Stevens Edwina Sturges Gypsy Sullivan Louise Sullenberger Lucile Tynes Fay Wall Grace Wear Jennie White Frances Wilkins Edith Wolcott Gladys Wolfe Alice Woodley

Opal Woodley


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hLRHDHR Colors

— Red and white.

Flower

Motto

— Dux femina

— Mistletoe.

facti.

President

Julia Wootten

Vice-President

Marian Rowland

Secretary Treasurer

Vivian Johnson

Freda Zimmerman

Sponsor

Miss Mason

Nell McCready Marguerite Walsh

Freda Zimmerman

Wootten Corinne Wootten Ora Scott Orlene Bass Fay Smith Julia

Jessie Starr

Marie Standley Marian Rowland Laura Lynn Rachel Gentry Letitia Carter Vivian Johnson Ruth Wise


& Colors

— Red, white and blue. Motto

Flower

— "We should worry."

—Sunflower.

OFFICERS Virginia Chapin

President

Mary Shoop Alice Dawson

Vice-President Artist

Marie Caldwell

Treasurer and Secretary

MEMBERS Lucile Armstrong

Kansas Kansas Kansas Nebraska Kansas Kansas Kansas Nebraska Kansas Kansas Nebraska Nebraska

Doeothy Brokaw Helen Christopher Virginia Chapin

Marie Caldwell Georgia Corley Alice Dawson

Ruth Robinson Dessa Scott Mary Shoop Florence Stebbins Lillian Weiss Honorary Member

Miss Nesbit

Nebraska


* uv Co/ors-Purple and white. Motto

lflOVS Bower—Violet.

— "To be loyal Yankees. „ OFFICERS

President

Emma Bracken Secretary

Grace Whipple Myrtle Hanke

and Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

MEMBERS Florence Whit-lock

Margaret Chiperfield Lillian Crosby

Elizabeth Leitzbach Hilda Quackenbush

Hortense Moore

Eilleen Sype Helen Sype

Gertrude Wilson Florence Gnaedinger Gex Marshall Gladys Wiggins


Colors

— Red and white.

Flower

Motto

— Golden rod.

— To God, thy country, thy friend, be true. OFFICERS

Mary Betty

President

Eljse Beaven

Vice-President

Lucile Whiddon

Secretary

Margaret Curry

Treasurer

MEMBERS Nell Brantley

Madge Brantley' Mary BettyLizzie D. BOULDIN

Elise Beaven Ida Blanton

Lucy Herndon Laurie Jennings Adelaide Murphree

Margaret Curry Georgia Colburn Marguerite Cartwright Lula Drisdale Dean Dillard Gladys Hicks

Mary Penick Mamie Rebma Frances Sanders Mary Julia Street Minnie LeRoy Smith Lucile Whiddon

Ruth Montgomery Marguerite Noojin Elizabeth Prince


Flower

— Magnolia. Motto

Colors

— "It's always

lair

— Green and white.

weather when good fellows get together."

OFFICERS Christelle Ferguson

President

Arwin Scott

Vice-President

Eugenia Baker Gladys Monk

Secretary

Treasurer

MEMBERS Gladys

Eugenia Baker Bertha Cohn Christelle Ferguson Maude Holbert Lilburne Middleton

Monk

Arwin Scott

Rowena Scott Sybil Steere

Ione Zigler Honorary Member Mrs. Steere


(Indiana)

Motto

— We

will

worry and make a noise and

they'll all say

"Who's here?" (Hoos-ier)

Flower

— Corn

Mary Adeline Craig Elizabeth Perkins Hilda Palmer .

flower.

Colors

— Maize and corn flower blue. President Vice-President

.

Secretary

Georgia Compton Mary Adeline Craig Gertrude Davidson

Evelyn Hageman Harriett Hewitt Augusta Joseph

DeLoscia Longacher Lucille Miller Hilda Palmer Elizabeth Perkins Dorothea Smith Cecilia Smith


Colors

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Green and

Pink

OFFICERS Katrjna Overall Sarah Manier Mildred Thornton"

President Vice-President Secretary

Martha Lixdsey

Treasurer

MEMBERS Mary D. Allen Ellek Ambrose Effie Anderson Nannie Anderson Virginia Armistead

Emma Morrow Atchison Lillie Atchison

Mrs. David M. Ausmus

Mrs. J. A. Carter B. Carter Frances Caruthers Minnie Caruthers Amelia Cayce Frances Cheely Elizabeth Chester Louise S. Chisholm

Myrtle

Margaret Bagwell Martha Barham

Dorothy Clark

Julia Barksdale

Rachel

Woodie Barton Annie Hobson Beasley Florjne Bell Louise Benedict

Alberta Bennett Ione Blair \'alere Blair

Grace Bowers Nancy B. Boyd Margaret Boylin Elene Br\ckin Dorothy Brandon Eva Lea Brower Lillian L. Brower Mrs. James K. Bu Ml Bu

Elizabeth Cli Cl:

Mildred S. Coate Rosetta Cohn Irma Lucile Cohn M. Josephine Cole Flora Belle Colley Nell Compton Carrington Conger Laura Conger Bessie Cook Mabel Helper Cooke Malcolm Cook

Alberta Cooper Lucy Bonner Cooper Margaret Cooper Mildred Cooper

Freddie Ca

Myrtle

Mildred Campbell Rachel Carpenter

Nellie

Mary

P. Corbitt F. Cornish

V. Cotton-

Eleanor W. Cowden Ruth Cowden Olive V. Cox Kathryn Craig Jane D. Crawford

Mary Crawford Rachel Crutch field Kathleen Cummins Elmira Currey Frances Allen Davie

Alex Davis Margaret Davis Sara Davis Mrs. A. I. Dennison Cecil Dentice " Hele Alberta Douglas Ruth Boyd Dowell Elizabeth Drake Mrs. Louise B. Duvall

Margaret Dunn Duvall Evelyn Early Elise Eskind

Manuel Eskind Marguerite Eskind Frances Evans Dorothy Fain Helen E. Frank

Martha

Franklin-

Warner Frazer Lillian Freeman Josephine Fry

Kathleen Garrett Nellie

L.

Gee

Eliza John Gold Beatrice Goldner Celia Goldner Irene Goldner Sue Gordon-

Kate Grainger Mrs. George Gray Joyce Gregory

Edna Gunn Adelaide Haggard Avon Hail Elizabeth Hail Clarice Hamilton Virginia Harbison Willie Harper Dorothy P. Harris Elizabeth W. Hart Clara Harvey Sylla Harvey Mrs. Adele Hayes Annie Lee Hayes B rend a Head Sara Ward Hetherington Frank H. Herbrick Mary Spencer Hickman


jHembers; j&agfjtnUe

Elise

dorinda hollinshead Henry Hollinshead

Margaret Hollinsheai Sue Holmes Fletcher Hoover Ida Hoover Mary Kate Hopkins Sara Hopkins Mary D. Houston Annie Houston Bessie Howell Martha E. Howse Christine Hunt Ruby James

Gertrude Jarman Frances Jarrett Gladys Jennings Pauline Jennings Mary E. Johnson Edith L. Jones

Kadel Ruby Kadel Bertie

Maney

Sarah R. Manier Marshall Âť

Dorothea R. Mayo Euclid McBride Agnes McConnico A.wik KEXORifK McGill N. McTyeire >

VL Me Frances Miller Emily L. Mills Willabeth Montgomery Fannie Moody Cemmie Mai Moore Harriette Inez Morrow d

Margaret

E.

Morrow

Corine Louise Morse

Ruth

L.

Moss

Cornelia Murrey

Hilda Kahn cornelia keeble Helen E. Kelley

Marie Enloe Murrey John Buchanan Murray Beulah Naive Elizabeth Neil Mary Nelson

Martha

Mrs. E. H. Newsom Willie House Nolen Hiley P. Northway

B.

Kii

Mary Ethel King Frances C. Kinin Eleanor B. Kirkman Morris KleinFrances V. Klyce Frances Landstreet Gretchen Lee Marion E. Leftwich Jean Young Leonard Leah Bell Levy Grace Lilly Martha Lindsey Henrietta Lindsley

Laurel Harper Oakes Mary O'Bryan Mary Thomas O'Callaghan Margaret O'Connor Mrs. Gertrude Onstott Mrs. Andres Osuna Katrina Overall Mary John Overall Natalie Overall Harriet Overton Fitzgerald Parker Margaret Parker

Dorothy Loventhal Mrs. W. L. Lowry Frances Lusk

Elizabeth Parman Bessie Patterson Florence Patterson Corinne Sterling Peebles Mrs. J. H. Phillips Miriam Pierce Catherine B. Pilcher Wiletta Pitt

Annie

Virginia Price

Lucile Logan

May Maney

Outoâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Conttnueb Van Meter Procter Katherine Provost Lilla Provost Mrs. E. H. Rawlings Louise Regen

Martha Regen

Elizabeth Renick Linda Rhea Clara Rimmer Fay Rimmer Ida B. Robards Mary Clifton Roberts Frances Robinson Mrs. Gennett P. Rose

Kathryn Timberlake Melinda Timmons Sallie Tippens

Roberta Tisdale Leron Tolmie Ruth Trigg Mattie Trousdale Julia I. Turnbull

Ruth Vance Lizziedine K.

Wade

Bobbie Walker Sallie

Wall

Margaret Warden Vera Satterfield Beulah Sawyer Elizabeth Schwartz Ollie Lee Seaton Nannie Mae Settle D. P. Sexton Nannie Bell Shannon

Gladys Ware Percie Warner Elizabeth Washburn

Marie

C-

Weil

Mrs. T. R. Watkins Susie

Weakley

Venita Weakley

Macon Webster

Della Silverschatz

Sarah Webster

Mrs. N. G. Simmons Elizabeth Shelton Eula M. Skinner Helen Slayden Imogen Slayden Jeannette Sloan Leda Smith Leonard R. Smith Mary R. Smith Roberta Smith Thomas P. H. Smith A. J. Speece Ferdina Sperry

Martha Welburn George Welch Johnnie Ruth Welch Willie Mildred Welch

Margaret Stahlman Lillian Stevenson

Hazel Stewart Marjorie Stewart Alice Elise Stockell Adrienne Stokes

Kathleen Strother Clara Wrenne Sumpter Marian Swint Mary Elizabeth Sand Thelma Talley Fannie Taylor Rubye Augusta Taylor Louise Gilbreath

Mary Wheeler Elizabeth Wheeler louella whorley Glenna May Wilkerson Anita Williams Bessie Williams Corinne Williams Ethel Williams Frances Williamson Mamie Wills

Dorothy Wilson Ella Mai Wilson Inda Wilson Wilson Mary E. Wilson Margaret Winkler

Jessie E.

Martha

G.

Winn

Catherine Winstead Dorothy Wilson Sallie

May Woods

Edith Wright

Kathleen Young Reba Lee Yeatman


Regular Routine 30 45 00

®f)e

— Rising — Snoozing. — snoozing.

Oh! yes; the 7:15

bell.

A hurried rise. Breakfast. House-cleaning.

Down

A

And And

"The

"&n novel

is

And

cut church to read

it,

little

yes, the door was at last in sight, several others were in sad plight. bell at last," I cried,

my

that

I

could from Mrs. Blanton hide.

Her table was empty safe at last! Horrors! Miss Buchanan, her eyes upon me

And my name upon the fated sheet And I so angry forgot my fright.

Never again for me stolen minutes of sleep, For now at 6:30 out of bed I creep, And no matter if my head was in a whirl, I was ready on time and no natural girl.

So enveloping herself so as to pass for soiled She calmy read, little thinking of sinnin', edition

'tho' 'twas 'gainst

cast,

did write,

(Occurrence"

a dangerous thing

One near brought trouble to Corinne. One Sunday morn she had a "red-back"

the steps

And would

— — — — —

little

toll,

I ran two at a time, my tardy marks climb. "Self-Reg" was I, oh! I would die. to be put off

dear

Ah!

i

A

did

For no higher could

Earnest Study. 30—11:30 School, a most heart-rending affair. 30 Lectures on what we should and should not do. 00 Lunch: a substance of things hoped for, an evidence of things not seen. 30-2:45 Continued terror. 45 A center rush for the mail from the male. 00 Swimming. 4:00 Lab. rk. Lecture on table manners, behavior public and observance of uniform. Dinner. 45 Dancing. 00 Dress for recital. 00 Recital. 00 Room-bell. 45 Lights out.

— — —

bell, it

Csfcape?

And out of bed with languor I did roll; Quickly into a middy and skirt I got, Quicker than takes to tell this plot.

Still

— —

iWomtng

W.-B. tradition.

Still,

keeping

Miss

D

alert, for she

would soon be

linen,

knew

in this section coming for Sunday inspection.

her room she slipped with fear, And, looking around, she whispered, "Hist! an idea!" A laundry bag she had espied. She cried with glee, "A fine place to hide."

She became deeply absorbed, as guess you may, When she heard footsteps outside, and quickly faded away. Enter Miss Davis, and around did putter. "Miss Smith is usually neat," she was heard to mutter;

of the closet, but knew that would be searched; a girl had been nabbed if behind the screen she perched. She bit her nails and scratched her head, But knew 'twas no use to crawl under the bed,

"She never cuts church, wouldn't think of it, dear girl! But what's this, what's this?" Corinne's heart gave a whirl, For she heard footsteps approaching the bag And she nearly tumbled over, when they began to lag

After

roll call to

She had thought

And many

"Ten points

And

off for this,

Corinne Love,"

with her foot she gave the bag a shove. Pocketing her grade-book, she beat a retreat, And when the door closed, Corinne rose to her feet; Her brow was damp, her hair 'most white She felt all cramped, but with relief breathed "Good night.'


— Christ Church. — Any Sunday morning.

Scene

Time

Chaperon

Elizabeth McD.: Come, we'll get to sit

Grace

down

Elizabeth McD.: Before the car comes! You'll have your fill of waiting before you get home. Ethel P.: My, isn't that a good-looking limousine! makes me want to be home. Elise B.: Well, speaking of clothes, look at that taffeta suit. Don't

— Mrs. Rose.

let's

go

in

the big door and then

maybe

stairs.

I

Well, let's spread out, for goodness sake, so they won't put but four in a seat. Valencia: Thank heaven we're settled. Look! isn't that a goodlooking man handing out prayer books? "Scottie:" He sure is, but, Torrey, you'll have to tell me when to get up and down because this is the first time I've ever been here. Ethel P.: Tell the girls on the front row that Mrs. Rose said to stop (at the door):

talking.

o

o

Elizabeth Y. (after services) body before the car comes.

:

o

I

had one.

Mary Torrey and Elizabeth Elise B.: Valencia:

see every-

Mrs. Rose,

goodness, no, I'm dead tired. Huh! It won't do me any good.

let

us walk home.

I

don't

know anybody

Mrs. Rose (in her usual soft voice): No, girls, perhaps we had better ride today. The car will be here presently. The car is seen coming around the corner (in about a half hour) and Elise B.

we can

Y.:

My

here.

there follows a

o

Let's hurry on out so

wish

seat.

I

mad

rush for seats.

(in disgust):

never do.

Whew!

I

might have known

—K. 0.

I'd

never get a

£f E.

McD.


Cfje SOTt)en g>taff

_ Ethel Griffin Alice Parker Adeline Craig ,.

.

.

.

Editor-in-Chief, J

Jfirst

semester

-

Virginia

McDearmon

Helen Arnold

Mary Inman Mary Julia Street

Editor-in-Chief, second semester

Associate Editor

Business Manager Assistant Business

Manager Treasurer

Exchange Editor

â&#x20AC;&#x17E; Ida Blanton

Literary Editor

_

Literary Editor

\IRGINIA CHAPIN

Lucy B. Cooper Fay Smith Grace Landrith Alice Wilson Elizabeth McDonald

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)


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Park

in

Fall and Spring


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3 ournep

Bear me gently, oh, great ship, Gently o'er life's deepdark sea, Let me of Best of

all all,

pleasures sip, bring love to me.

Waves may

toss and billows roll, Sorrow crowd and griefs oppress Anchor me, a sea-worn soul In life's armor fully dressed.

may turn

Whirls

But thy course 1

thee, Ship of State,

not be changed.

will

my

life-time mate Sail along, all else arranged.

with

will

Clouds may often dim the sun. Rain or snow come thick and fast, Ere our trip_ of life begun And continued through the last.

But

for

And

most the sun will shine the gentle breezes blow.

All true glories bill

be mine

Through the night

so

And good deeds we then may Lights

will

still

brighten

all

sow.

and dark our way,

bell we always hark, Moving on 'til break of day.

For the

When O'er

at last we anchor late, life's sea we've safely crossed, thank thee, Ship of State, your care through billows tossed.

May we For

May

we thank you, and repay then our own,

All the blessings

And

return on that Great

Thanks and honor

at

Day

vour throne.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;M.

E. E.


.

Motto

I

am come

that they might have

life,

w.

c. a.

and that they might have

it

more abundantly.

members, and to promote the growth of — The purpose of the Association to develop Christian character of foreign lands. Christian work among the young women of our institution and in the missionary O Lord, my Strength my mouth, and the meditations of my heart be acceptable in Thy Prayer — "Let the words Purpose

in its

is

fields

sight,

of

and

my

Redeemer."

OFFICERS President

Della Clayton Mary Inman Laura Ator Gladys Hicks Eleanor Baker

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer Assistant Treasurer

Missionary Committee

Alice Parker, Chairman

Membership Committee Bible Study Committee

Alice Wilson, Chairman

Social

Committee

Association

News Committee

Poster Committee

Music Committee

Room Committee

Zetta Jones, Chairman

Dorothy Brokaw, Chairman Elizabeth McDonald, Chairman Cammie Cornelius, Chairman Lois

McManus, Chairman

Marie Standley, Chairman

Cabinet meets every Sunday afternoon, making a special study of "Prayer." Regular devotional meetings each Wednesday evening at 6:40. Bible classes studying "Life and Works of Jesus According to St. Mark." Mission classes studying various fields.


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Class): "Now, in Germany the strict law absolutely impossible for any one to change a

'Tis

Miss Schoexi (German enforcement makes

it

name." But why should the

A class laugh at that,

Miss Bussy (timidly approaching dry goods heavy stockings for Gym." Clerk: "How old is Jim?"

Miss Miss Miss Miss

chaperone she needs till she Can call some chap 'er own.

we wonder?

clerk):

Robertson: "Where have you been?" Talley: "To the cemetery." Robertson: "Any one dead?" Talley: "Every one of them."

"I want some

The Photographer One, two, three

Now

I

Freshman Version: People who live in

(to

glass houses should not

Individuals

A

residing

in

crystalized

palaces

I

All the world loves a lover;

there's fun â&#x20AC;&#x201D; "Simply

Junior's there

Senior

is

if

it."

in

the air;

should

that you love me love ycu, therefore, I'm a lover;

Freshie's green on the surface,

A

please.

throw stones.

hurling petrified substances.

A Sophomore

polished a bit;

pleasant,

Senior Version:

Prove

A

"Look

Miss Gillaspie):

you may resume your natural position."

all the world to me, Therefore, you love me.

You're

abstain

from


Miss Underwood: "Is my hat on straight? Miss Nathan: "No, one eye still shows."

The small-pox tion hospital

to get scared

scare over our one wee case of varioloid in the isola-

had reached showed signs

entirely different account,

No see a

one believes that an elephant can climb a tree, but anybody can

tomato can.

its

Everybody that eagerly desired

climax.

She was anxious to go home on an

of alarm.

and she

Dr. Landrith. In the investigation that necessarily followed, the President inquired, "Surely, you are not afraid of small-pox?" "No, indeed, not me. I'm not afraid of small-pox, or

—or—you

either."

said so to

So doubtless a daughter of course

ed the desired permission.

Miss McClure:

"Well,

Marguerite, late again this morning, as

usual."

Watchman, what Watchman, what

Marguerite:

"Yes'um, the ground was slippery, and for every step I took I would slip back two." Miss McClure: How did you ever get here then?" Marguerite: "I had the presence of mind to walk backwards."

He is one of the most demure blossoms in all Vanderbilt's violet bed. But he has as an acquaintance a fellow-student who is a sunflower and was never a violet at all, at all. This same up-standing, unabashable sunflower attended a Ward-Belmont recital one night, and as he was leaving, dropped a forged note in the violet's own name, as follows: ''X. Y. Zenos, of Kissam Hall (which of course is not the violet's name, but a sort of algebraic substitute for it) would be glad to have somebody at Ward-Belmont write to him." Very promptly this plaintive epistolary cry for help was passed over to President Landrith, who scrawled at the bottom of the note, "Somebody at Ward-Belmont is now writing. What can he do for you?" The latest reports from the sick-room regarding

I

will report

Georgie: No,

my

suit

is

not dry enough.

'tis

day.

day? of the day? O, Pembroke!

of the

O, Pembroke! Causes sorrow.

Girls are seen at every

window

They're not looking at the landscape And the fire escape is near them; Now I must hasten there to see,

For

lo!

a

"Vandy" draweth

nigh.

Miss Ross (in Art History class): "Girls, what color shall we have our classroom tinted blue, yellow, or pale green?" Mary Julia Street: "O, most any color will do, just so it's some-

Georgie, are you going in the pool today?

them when

Watchman, what Watchman, what

the threatened heart-failure are re-assuring, particularly since a telephone inquiry from Kissam to Dr. Landrith resulted in a good laugh, for the explanations were entirely satisfactory to all concerned.

Margaret:

of the night?

of the night?

Great trouble, great trouble Up in Founders. In 265 the lights are burning, I have called and I have shouted, I have threatened and denounced then But not a sound has come to me;

thing restful."


My Dear Grandson: It pains me very much to learn that you have been expelled. But I do not know think they did exactly right it you were shooting craps. what craps are, but do not think they should be shot any more than any Hoping vou are going to be a better boy, of God's other creatures. I

lam Your Affectionate Grandmother.

Ruth Carpenter (as she was leaving for home): Yes, Mrs. Rose, I hate to leave because I like the school, the girls, and the teachers, and I really like Mrs. Blanton, too, but she's so terribly cold at times, that you have to skate up

— none

Dr. Shackelford can

make them

— tired — says

Tonsilitis

Go

I

told

For nothing

Margaret Barker:

girl is frail

you Margaret was Jonathan,

Would you ask who David was? you know already

Well, of course

fit.

shade

every day to Dr. Hale.

it's

Nell,

their friendship mar.3.

O, sister wrote

me

that she had a

new

lar

skirt.

M. Chiperfield: What shade

She is she'll quit Steak and eggs four times a day

is

that?

— Dr

Things to eat from home they bring-

Too many

If

will hit

Diptheria, small pox, too Dr. Brush can tell what to do.

*

:•

Leave off practice, go on the park Dr. Wilson says take a lark. Bones out of place

to her.

Miss McClure (making announcements at chapel service): The owner of a white sweater has been lost from Founders' Hall several davs ago. Please return same at once if found.

sweets, says Dr. King.

Somi

Mary

Wha-at time

(sleepily):

is it?

Elizabeth: Three minutes to seven. Mary (more sleepily): Call me at seve

Dr.

— — take a rest"

Her blood was thin not very blue— Dr. Lanier said it would do.

Within this desk, now put at rest, Are the books of Elizabeth hid. She went to every meal while here:

"Go home, daughter

Dr. Witherspoon thinks

it

best.

That's

all

she ever did.

How she does ache pain everywher Christian Science says it isn't there. Miss C: Dear, you should not be homesick, and these beautiful grounds and — Louise (sobbing): It's not the pl-ace where I

so

manv

nice friends here

"My

daughter, this is very unsatisfactory. Your report shows that \»u are the last girl in the class of twenty." "It might have been worse, father." "In what way?" "There might have been more girls in the class."

;

it's

not.

Miss W.: Bessie:

A

what is a farm? body of land surrounded by

Bessie,

large

a fence.

the pl-ace I'n


Jfacultp gmtrittong

—To the who wrote to the Postmaster-General. —To get the in the habit of writing out requests. —To reach our higher natures. Earle — To look dignified. Miss Lewis. Sheppe — To be Lawrence —To hear the McClure — To reign supreme in Chapel. Pavlowa. Norris — To learn to dance Mile. Sansot — To "parles-vous" English. some French. "teachez-nous" Mile. Cundet — To Miss Morrison —To rescue us from watery graves. Pembroke. Miss Schoeni — To keep order on third were." "as Miss Scruggs —To be an Miss Lewis — Too numerous to write. Miss Cason — To dance with Miss Norris. Miss Franz — To get back East. quiet in night study Miss Clark — To keep the her hope chest. Miss Fraser — To Dr. Blanton — To remember. Miss Blythe — To be as inconspicuous as possible. summer. abroad Miss Ross — To form a party be the best in school. Miss Townsend — To make her Miss Cox — To please Miss Townsend. Mrs. Lester — To care for the unfortunate. Mrs. Berry — To be among cultured people. Mr. Henkel — To get out of Friday Chapel playing. and to show school Mr. Washburn — For the her importance. Miss Buchanan — To make us Miss Masson — To get to know the Miss Goodwin — To make Milestones a success. Miss McDuffie — To take care of the Ward Miss Baer's place. Miss Nesbit — To hair to grow. Mr. Cox — To get Dr. Landrith

Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss

find

Blanton

girl

girls

Mason

like

bell.

like

floor

actress,

it

hall.

girls

finish filling

this

for

girls

spirit

girls

feel

girls.

girls.

fill

his

sing.


W$t

tEale of a ^tib

Dramatis Personae: Eugenia, Mary, Mildred garet B.,

Time: Any evening. Scene: Bath room, first

floor,

B., Addie, Lucile,

Mar-

Margaret C. Founders.

Costumes furnished exclusively by chance.

Act

I.

Scene

I.

Mildred B. washing hose in [Discover edges of identifying bathrobes. Addie waiting impatiently.] the basin.

Eugenia: One, two, three (dives into the tub). (Splash! splash!) Whee-oo! (Splash!) Mildred B. (in dulcet tones): Eugenia, what are you doing? Eugenia (Splash! splash!): I'm learning to swim. Lucile (in a voice of uncertain pitch): "Where did you get that girl Addie:

You

Lucile, hurry up.

didn't write that letter tonight, did

him a night letter tomorrow Lucile: No, and tell him that I haven't gotten his last three letters, and that I've had something serious and have been in the infirmary. (Lucile emerges with a cherubic complexion and her arms full of towels. Addie takes I

didn't.

I'll

just send

possession.)

Margaret

B. (appearing in the bath

room

door):

Chip, aren't you

Do you know how late it is? It is half past ever going to get through? I'm going to bed. nine and that means it's half past ten at home. Margaret C: I'm coming in just a minute. Don't turn out the Mary, do you think a I'm afraid I'll step on that mouse. light! mouse can get up on the bed? Mary (heartlessly): A mouse can get any place where there is something to eat.

Then I can't be safe anywhere. You think you know too much anyway. the girls gather towels and soap and scurry

Margaret

C. (tearfully):

Eugenia: The light

Oh, hush, Mary. bell rings.

to their rooms.

That

All

except Eugenia, who, clad in a bathrobe and around to the fountain to get a drink.

is, all

a bathing cap, saunters

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;A.

B.


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1914

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Lavish Display ©.With

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of the world, with purchasing offices in Paris,

Berlin, ticity of

London and New York, Lebeck Styles

in Nashville,

CFour

is

the authen-

recognized not only

but throughout the entire South.

great floors

filled

with "worlds" of bright new

to the overflowing

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and home needs greet you now at every turn;

and "Shopping Days" may be used advantage at Lebeck Brothers

to greater

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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

TO MAKE YOUR UP-TOWN MEHTI.M. PLACE HERE


The Fount

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Millinery-

Fashion

The Proper Footwear For Every Occasion ALWAYS IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Shoe beauty is more than "skin For the pump or boot which "glistens with style" the first week or two, then commences to lose its shapeliness and beauty, has no place in the Lebeck Shoe Department. deep."

Come, see Paris Millinery through Lebeck Show Cases! We have adopted the newest and best things; in some instances we have altered them in order that they may be better suited to American Young Ladies, but in every instance the "Frenchy" look has been kept.

Great Selections make Choosing a Pleasure

Stunning Pumps, Clever Oxfords, at Prices from $3.00 to $7.00

You'll find selections here which surpass in variety, even those of Paris itself. For, in Paris one sees only five or six models in this shop, four or five in that; and it would take perhaps a whole day to see millinery in such a splendid variety as one may view here in half an hour. The prices, tho, are thoroly "Americanized."

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

Permanency in ness in style and

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full

thousands of friends


Our Buyers Are Always in the Field

With Orders

to

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Wherever Fashion Shows Her Face; to

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NO.

O.

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Ward-Belmont College turns on

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$32.50

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fi

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IN

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3x6

feet

—special

.

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WE LEAD with the largest assort-

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Leading Jewelers Silversmiths and Opticians

and fancy sundries of

Our assortment

is

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kinds.

the largest in

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IfWe always obtain everything new that comes out, both imported and American.

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1[We cordially invite the patrons of this publication to call and have our salesmen show you the many delightful perfumes and items.

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tVE

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IN

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JAMES

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CORSETS— KAYSER UNDERWEAR— McCALLUM HOSIERY

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

HILLSBOROROAD

NASHVILLE, TENN.


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STORE: 609 CHURCH ST. FACTORY: WEST NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Nashville, Tenn.

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Putter anb $oultn> people

No

store in the entire South

as this store.

shows

so large or complete a stock of

FURNITURE

Selected with great thought as to Style and Durability.

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE STALL. 64

MARKET HOUSE

STORE.

321

BROAD STREET

MONTGOMERY FIFTH

&

COMPANY

AVENUE AND UNION STREET


HEADQUARTERS for

DRINK

AMERICAN BEAUTIES LILIES

OF THE VALLEY

AND ALL OTHER CUT FLOWERS We

5c.

5c.

earnestly solicit your orders

GENY BROTHERS Phones Main 912 and 913

PURVEYORS OF SWEETS TO THE GIRLS OF WARD-BELMONT

DELIGHTFULLY REFRESHING PURE AND HEALTHFUL AT ALL FOUNTAINS OR IN BOTTLES

ASK The

other

Ward -Belmont

KODAKERS

about our

picture finishing and enlarging.

DELICIOUS CANDIES 323

UNION STREET, NASHVILLE

GEO.

C.

DURY & CO.

KODAKS, FILMS, PACKS,

MAIL ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION

420

NASHVILLE,

Etc.

UNION STKEET -

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TENNESSEE


SIX

MENUS

DAILY

Perfect

ALA CARTE, BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER, AFTER THE SHOW, AND SPECIAL OF ICES AND SODA

and High Grade Diamonds

Rich and Artistic Jewelry,

Etc.

Newest of Goods Only are Carried by Us

OUR FAMOUS CANDIES ALWAYS FRESH We

Respectfully Solicit

Your Patronage

ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS

THE OCEAN BRAID ELECTRIC COMPANY

A.

Bergeda and Brother One

MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ENGRAVED CALLING CARDS, PARTY INVITATIONS, DECORATIONS FOR DANCES AND PARTIES, AND CARRY A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF FESTOONS AND TABLE DECORATIONS DIRECT FROM DENNISON. SEE OUR SAMPLES OF DIE STAMPING, ALSO THE SINGLE LETTER DIE STAMPED

STATIONERY.

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DAVIE PRINTING 234 2nd

AVE., N.

NASHVILLE, TENN.

COMPANY

DAVIE PRINTING y\/E

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

610 Church Street

Price Jewelers

239 Fourth

Ave., N.

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Telephone Main 1033


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526 CHURCH

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EVERYTHING WE DISPENSE IS THE BEST OF ITS KIND FOR THE PRICE CHARGED

506-508 Cfmrrf) g>tmt

JlaBftbtHe, tEenn.

409 CHURCH STREET

NASHVILLE, TENN.


FIRESTINE,

The Cleaner

KODAK AND LET US FINISH YOUR PICTURES. WE WILL GET THE BEST RESULTS FOR YOU

FRESH FILMS ALWAYS

IN

STOCK

KID GLOVES OUR SPECIALTY

FREE DELIVERY

DUNCAN 238

FIFTH AVENUE,

NORTH

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

THE KIND YOU WANT

191

MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED

DORRIS COMPANY

R. EIGHTH AVENUE,

Art /Material?

N.,

NASHVILLE, TENN.

Picture

Frame?

&

Turner Wright Bros. Wall Paper

521 UNION STREET

WRITE FOR SAMPLES

Phone A\ain 2571 N/V5HVIL.LE,

303 Fifth Ave., N-

TENNESSEE


W. G. BUSH

&

CO.

Ragland-Baxter-Morford Co.

MANUFACTURERS OF

HYDRAULIC PRESS BRICK ROUGH TEXTURE BRICK

BUILDING

BUILDING BBIGK

CONSTRUCTION BUILDERS OF WARD-BELMONT

BUSH B'LD'G CO.

NASHVILLE, TENN.

BRICK CONTRACTORS

Read the Banner T. L.

HERBERT & SONS MASON SUPPLIES

LIME, SAND, GRAVEL, Main 34

Main

TENNESSEE'S

CEMENT

2264

NASHVILLE, TENN.

Main

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NEWSPAPER


WARD -BELMONT Uniting and Continuing

Ward Seminary for

Young Ladies

ANO

Belmont College for

Young \Y

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

OPENS SEPTEMBER

24.

Examine the

pages of this Annual for particulars, as to departments, national attendance, large and modern and complete equipFor further details, send for General and Special Address Jennie Taylor Masson, Registrar.

able (acuity, and the most

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Catalogues.


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Milestones 1914  

1914 yearbook of Ward-Belmont College.

Milestones 1914  

1914 yearbook of Ward-Belmont College.