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Administration and Faculty John Diell Blanton.

A.B..

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President

Lucy

B.

Thomas

A.B. University

Lelia D. Mills

Dean

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Women

English of

Kansas; A.M. Columbia University

Helen Fields

English

B.S. Vanderbilt University

Bertha Norbis Bowen Mawr

A.B. and A.M., Bryn

Mary

L.

Dean

of the Faculty

Blackwell

Penelope McDuffie

Assistant

Home

Department

Assistant

Home

Department

Gradu-

Caroline Leavell B

Emily Braden

History

B.S. Vanderbilt University; A.M. University of South Carolina; ate Student Vanderbilt University and Columbia University

College

S.

History

Vanderbilt University

Martha Annette Cason

Latin

A.B. University of Chicago; A.M. Columbia University

Mrs. Solon

E.

Rose

Assistant

Home Department

Helen Thach

Latin, History

Special Student Chicago University

Jennie Taylor Masson

Anna Louise Minich

Registrar

Biblical History

and

Literature

Ph.B. Hartford School of Religious Pedagogy

Mary Laura Sheppe

Mathematics

Elizabeth Brooks

Mathematics

B.S. Vanderbilt University; Special Student University of Chicago

Olive Carter Ross

English, Art. History A.B. University of Nashville; Graduate Student Vanderbilt University;

W. H. Hollinshead

Chemistry

Ph.G. and D.Sc. Vanderbilt University

A.M. Columbia University

Theodora Cooley Scruggs

English, Psychology

Woodall Hogan B.S.

LuciLE D. Smith

Lily M. Ferry English

A.B. Kentucky University; A.M. Johns Hopkins University

Hazel Allison Stevenson Ph.B. University of Chicago

English

Assistant in Chemistry

and M.Sc. Vanderbilt University

Botany, Zoology

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

Elisa Cuendet Diploma from College Vinet. Lausanne

B.S.


Administration and Faculty Laure Marie Schoeni

French

Director School of Home Ect Student at Boston Cooking School; at American School of Home Elconomics. Chicago; at Teachers' College, Columbia University

Margaret Kennedy Lowry

Erica Willrich

Special Student George

A.B. Barnard College; Diploma Grenoble University, Fri

Clara Puryear Mims

French

Special Student Wellesley College, Student at the Sorbonne, Paris

John Clarke Johnson

Spanish, French

B,A. University of Mississippi; Graduate Student Harvard University

Anne Cavert

Grammar School

Special Student University ot Colorado and

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Peabody College

Assistant in Domestic Science Graduate Ward-Belmont; Special Student Columbia University

Expression

General Culture Diploma, Curry School o( Expression

Director School of Physical Education

SissoN

Graduate of the

E.

Morrison

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New York

Physical Training. Athletics,

Swimming

Director School of Art

Assistant in Art School

Peabody College

Sarah McReynolds Gaut

Physical Training, Athletics,

B.S, George Peabody College for Teachers: School of Physical Education

Special

Swimming

Student Sargent

Metalry

Columbia University

Director School of Piano Graduate Cologne Conservatory of Music; Pupil of Ferdinand Hiller and Franz Liszt; formerly Teacher of Piano, Conservatory of Music, Strassburg; recently Director Piano Department and Profes.sor of Virtuoso Piano, Royal Conservatory of Music. Ghent, Belgium

Edouard Potjes

Ida Stark Koelker One year in Leipzig Conservatory; two

Piano

years under Leopold Godowsky two years under Theodore Leschetizky in Vienna

Alice Kavanaugh Leftwich B. J. Lang, Boston:

...

Cross Course

School of Fine and Applied Art

Graduate Beethoven Conservatory,

Laura M. Hill

Home Nursing — Red

Louise Gordon

in Berlin;

Catherine

....

Cora Gibson Plunkett

Special Student at

Director School of Expression

WiLLiA Middleton

I.

Teachers

Alberta Cooper

Special Student in

Emma

for

Graduate Nurse: Red Cross Nurse

M,A, Vanderbilt University

Pauline Sherwood Townsend

Domestic Art

Peabody College

Willie Foster Agree

Margaret Roberson Hollinshead B,S, and

Mary Harrison Herbrick

Eva Massey

St. Louis: three years in Paris with

Piano pupil of Arthur Foote and

M. Moszkowski and Wager

Piano

Graduate and Postgraduate Student of New England Conservatory; two years in Berlin with Raif and Barth: three years in Paris under Isadore Phillip


Administration and Faculty BuDA Love Maxwell

Piano

Mary Venable

Blythe, Practice Superintendence and Sight Playing Diploma Montgomery Institute, now St. Mary's Hall. San Antonio: Harmony Lessons with Harry Redman. New England Conservatory

Graduate New England Conservatory of Masic under Madame Hopekirk and George Proctor, Pupil of Harold Bauer and Wager Swayne. Paris

Piano

EsTELLE Roy Schmitz Pupil S. B. Mills and Joseffy. Ne* York; Nietzel and Steinhauer. Germany

Von Mickwiti.

Cl.ijago;

Piano

Amelie Throne Pupil of

Mary Weber

Fjrrar. Nashville;

Caroline Clements Former Teacher

Otto

Majlice Aronson, Vienna; Josef

in

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Stenography, Typewriting. Bookkeeping,

Bowling Green Business University

Commercial

Jean Ramage

Law

Librarian

Mary Neal

Assistant Librarian

Lhevinne. Berlin

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

of

Bursar

Book Room

EuLA Milliken

Edna Nellums

Gaetano Salvatore De Luca

Director School of Voice For three years Pupil of Chevalier Edouardo Carrado, Famous Teacher

of Chevalier Alfredo Sermiento. Caruso's Coach; pupil of Commendatore B. Carelli, Director Naples Conservatory; pupil of Lombardi, Florence. Italy; pupil of Buzzi Peccia and Carbone. New York; pupil of Signor Baraldi. London for

Wright

Pipe Organ and Piano

Frederick Arthur Henkel

of Italy;

B.

two years Pupil

Assistant in Book

Mrs. Callie Baze Edith Boulware j Mrs. T. H. Gaines / Mrs. Lillian Gunby Mrs. Eva Lamb \ Mrs. Charlie D. McComb Mrs. Solon E. Rose \ Mrs. Nellie B. Tarbox Mrs. Henrietta L. Tonsmeier j

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Florence N. Boyer

Voice

Student in Music in Oberlin College: pupil of Signor Vananni, Italy: Mesdames de Sales and Bossetti, Munich; Oscar Seagle and de Reszke. Paris

Marguerite Palmiter Forrest

Voice

Pupil of Francis Fisher Powers, New Yorii; William Heinrich. Boston and Dresden, Germany; Maestro Giorgio Sulli. Florence

Elise Graziana

Voice

Pupil of Stockhausen and Fraulein Una Beck in Julius Stockhajsen's Gesangschule. Germany; Pupil of Signor Graziani, whom she assisted in his Berlin Studio

Kenneth D. Rose

Violin

Pupil of McGibeny. Indianapolis: Arthur Hartmann. Paris; George LehBerlin; Souky. Prague: formerly Teacher Metropolitan School of Music. Indianapolis, and Concert Master Indianapolis Symphony

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Mrs. Anna S. Browne Mrs. j. W. Charlton Annie Litton Mrs. Tennie B. Sharpe

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Mrs. Van Dawson Lester

Nurse

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Orchestra

Browne Martin

Theory. Harmony, Ear Training, History Graduate of Bucknell University School of Music; Student under Edwin Brill and Henry Lang. Philadelphia, also in Royal Conservatory, Leipzig: Schreck. Raillard. Hilf. Jockish. Sitt and Kretzschmar pupil of Jadassohn. .

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Dorothy Isabel Dunn Graduate Oberlin Conservatory

Assistant in Musical Sciences of

Music

Erna Appleby

Y.

W.

C. A. Secretary

Mrs. Park A. House

Field Representative

Carrie D. Moseley

Field Representative

Mrs.

May

R.

Mrs. Martha

Stewart L.

Weaver

Field Representative Field Representative




The Campus [HERE

is nothing about Ward-Belmont that is not dignified and beautiful. Consistent with her lofty ideals and the admirable grace with which she does everything, are Ward-Belmont's buildings and campus, which contribute their large share toward the unequaled atmosphere of the place. Come with me and let mc show you how charming it all is! As we drive up the avenue you get your first impression when you see stately North Front, with its huge granite columns. The building is beautifully simple, while the fountain and statues upon the lawn have been placed

to excellent effect.

But come around the corner and the winding, sloping drive. You must alight where formidable looking lions guard South belles, whose spirits seem to hover round the place where they once dwelt, as tho they adored it still and chose to continue lending their grace and charm to this old Front

— lovely South Front at one time the residence of long gone Southern

Here, just as they were in the earlier days, are the drawing rooms, where we are proud to receive our visitors; and Recreation Hall, the scene of many a gay party. South Front is the mother and round about her have grown up the more modern buildings. On either side are the twin dormitories. Fidelity and Founders, much bigger than South Front, yet they nestle close to her, as tho for protection and inspiration; while little Middle March hides bashfully behind her mother's skirts. From Fidelity come inharmonious noises the unhappy results of mingled and varied strains from piano, violin and voice for here on the lower floor are the practice rooms. On the corresponding floor in Founders you hear a great bustle and clatter yes, the kitchen and dining rooms are Here, too (but far above on the fourth floor) is that dreadful place, the infirmary. There are girls passing conhere. tinually to and fro thru the doors of Middle March and perhaps you have guessed that it holds our popular mail-room.

mansion.

But you must become acquainted with the other "children." These long, rambling buildings that lie perpendicular Heron and Pembroke. Aren't they attractively colonial with their dormer windows, neat red brick In Heron reside most of the 'preps, and there is also that haven to which we all rush at every walls and white pillars? opportunity, where Vito reigns on gala nights and we dance our cares away. Pembroke is a close neighbor, where returning old girls who knew Ward-Belmont invariably insist upon living. to Founders are

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The Academic Building

"a

wise son with learned mein"

across the campus, and forming the third side of

nade.

After one look, you

know

this

what

is

is

built perpendicular to

almost a quadrangle.

It is of

Pembroke, facing South Front

red brick with a high

can be nothing but the Academic Building, where you find the

the library, the Art Department, and, oh, those cruel class-rooms!

offices,

snowy colon-

the laboratories,


The Campus— Continued morning, the upper windows are open and you can hear typewriters click in a room on the third floor, and ambitious Expression students emitting rather weird sounds in the studio above. In the basement is the gymnasium It is

a

still

and the inviting white tile swimming pool, truly a thing of beauty. But you have not yet seen all, for behind the Academic Building is the greenhouse, with its ferns and fountain and gold-fish. Surrounded by trees and shrubbery and attractive statues is the historic old Belmont Tower, which has proudly stood for unnumbered decades while countless romances have been woven about it. And hiding behind Pembroke (surely, unsuccessfully, for who could not find the tea-room?) is a quaint, little octagonal building, age old, the nature of whose usefulness years ago we all wonder about, but which at any rate now proves a God-send to throngs of hungry girls. Across the street are the tennis courts but let us wander back to the campus. I do not wonder you want to linger here. It is lovely to look upon as it slopes gently from South Front down to the Academic Building. It was an artist's mind that planned it and placed its delightful summer houses, its fountains and stone figures, its walks and arbors, its urns and sun-dials, and the trees magnolias, cedars. 1 can tell you why you love the trees so. They look as tho they had never been planted, but grew by God's own will. And because you know this was once a garden where Nmeteenth Century belles and beaux have walked, it is more

fascinating I

still.

cannot say when

1

have loved

it

grass a hundred hyacinths have sprung,

most.

It is

exquisite

now with

the soft airs of spring abroad.

and the rose bushes are covered with

tiny, tender leaves.

And

Thru the green a brilliant-hued

up with his song an answering note in our own hearts. But picture the campus in January, when the master hand has touched it with another brush, transforming every statue, every shrub into pure and softened loveliness, and then has turned the sunlight full upon it that we might see its beauty glisten; or the campus in October, painted with the reds and golds of autumn; the campus at dusk when one star has peeped thru the blue, when the first shadows of night and the departing lights of day mingle lovingly to give the impressionistic indefiniteness of twilight. Picture it on an enchanting evening in middle May, when the moon has reached her perfection, and rides supreme in the heavens, bathing the whole world in mystic mists of moonlight. Now you have seen Ward-Belmont and you have been shown by one who loves every bit of her. You have seen the beauty of her buildings and grounds, and, with her dignifying memories of the past, her vitality of the present day, the great promise of her future, you are surely convinced that she must offer infinite inspiration to all who come under her cardinal calls

influence.

—E.

B.


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LouELLA George

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Sophia Williams

Secretary

Mercedes Royce Clairee Rosenbaum

Trecsurer Sergeant-at-Arrr.s

Sponsor

Miss Ross

MEMBERS Baker, Roxy Bell, Lillian

Bertram, Ola Farley Blackburn, Harriet Bliss, Mary Louise Bock. Florence Buchanan, Mary Burleson, Armour Leigh Chenault, Sue Clower. Billie Cloyd, Mildred Compton, Catherine Compton, Mary Elizabeth Crawford, Annie Beth Davenport, Frances Douglass, Helen Driggers, Jetty Fisher, June

George, Louella Gibbs, Cecile Gray, Cordelia Grider, Gladys Griffin, Jamie Hanlon, Edith Heidelberg, Bess Hibbett, Mary Neal Hibner, Mary Hodge, Lois Holland, Mabel Hughs, Addie Hurst, Lucy Hutchinson, Marian Jones, Jimmie T. Kell, Sibyl Kerns, Irene Kerns, Pauline

Killebrfw, Helen LaFolleiTe, Mary Lampton, Adine Lauter, Elfreda Lovin, Frances Lucas, Frances Lucas, Louise Marks, Louise

McComb, George Meeds, Charlotte Marie Montgomery, Frank Moore, Dorothy Evelyn Morrison, Margaret Overman, Elizabeth Page, Ruby

Parker, Jewel Rapp, Louise Ray, May Rosa

Rosenbaum, Clairee Scott, Lucille

Shaw, Hazel Shaw, Leta Sidebottom, Marie Sledge, Catherine Smith, Josephine Springer, Charlotte Strahan, Frances Suetholz, Hilda Swilley, Mildred Titus,

Mary

Tone, Margaret Vicars, Lila

Webb, Lulie Vaughan Williams, Sophie Wimberley, Lucy Lee Woods, Elizabeth Lisle


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kDRANGLE, WARD-BELMONT



—

Pil gnmage Bifel that

stoppynge on

His name Doc Blanton, and the

my

ladye that him did help

pilgrimage

Toward

life

and

alle

To mak

that comes

Y-wishing

for

both reste and

gazed chattered that at which

fellowship,

And from

And

the cup of learning

came

Of wyn? When we dranken hadde our draughte. And the tyme for being amused was raughte. But now if 1 have tyme and

to friendly inn, one

Ward-Belmont,

And found

ther knowledge, hoste,

joy paramounte.

Other pilgrims alle y-gathered round the fire Weren led in mirth by our hoste, that bustling

we

weren amazed.

stern to sippe, 1

the guestes behave

with cardes, teacup. Miss Mills into our distant futur

in the age,

space

To

tell

face

sire.

Their way, their pace, their talents everichon,

And

eek in what array that they

weren

And

in.

at Lulie

beginne.

Webb

wal

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you

of ech oon,

each


Pilgrimage The foremoste

gueste, in

— Continued Mid Cloyd

Latyn

for certein is no solemn wight, Always doth laf and pleyn with

strong anon

I

With smyles and

classe

meetyngs

for eech one.

alle hir

who hadde

Louella George

moche She

to

Hyphen

must give uppe crewe.

gym and

psyc

of

I

Hir face nor builde of swich are

i

indicacions.

And

Lois

and

intente,

Since alle on Jack hir

mynd was

Hath

Hodge

in

spyt of work

rule

the gayest

tyme

of

any

i

girle in schoole.

bente.

Sterne Sophia Williams, at

writtynge swich a berd

Hath done more editynge than we e'er hav herde.

Clairee

<

alle tribulaciouns

Mercedes not on

And

For Marion we wishe absense

so

do

dutifullie

the

might.

Rosenbaum doth

pleyn arounde In the cutest clothes that girle

hath donned.

Annie Beth, we moot as well confess Is just

it

trewely

the biggest bugg of

alle.

and duly.

May

Rosa Ray, in naught has been contrarie Ne in work nor pley hath she ben known to

tarie.


Pilgrimage in the

Adine hath laboured

— Continued

cause

June

we

of right,

Y-renning

for

To

Miss Applebee

Catherine Sledge, she can both

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life's

whirl.

Charlotte Marie, whos

parfyt, :

girl,

Shal stablish themselves in

verraily felicitee

Marg Morrison

ri

clevre

tak

exams'n evathynge.

to

some

is ful

To do what Margie

hir,

is

she

maks

ambysh

kyn, roles

I

does our

Janie stryves.

And when

to theirs

Sweping robes and dramatick in.

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delyt.

us laf at

she thryves.

Long-tyme dweller at the of Frank we seye

The

inne,

stage invyting, hir will

clayme some dey.

Miss Hughs with plannes

unnumbred for that studio, That will cause worries, debts

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Thanne she with Mary Compton,

pleyn and synge.

And throw bouquets and

Xk

fynd.

studio, to work, hirselve to

bynd.

dey and night.

And

Fisher, juste as eagre, too,

be namo.

Hir heer without colour,

hir

herte without guile,

George

McComb

to smyle.

coude wel how


Pilgrimage

i

— Continued

But Lila Vicars, more serene, is dou teles. With sadde and haunting eyes, to

men

Billie

Hir bible teechre she

Mary Buck tween manny

A

duties

stil

Jolly

Glad Grider al-weys smothe coiffeere. feel

A

and

I

of swich

name

^

is

al-weys

at

And Margaret Tone doth

of

i

Gibbs.

practis

and bobbed

hir,

yongish looking senior. Jewel Parker.

tennis racket she

shovin.

f

eek

y-cooking go.

Cecile, a credit to the

A

Frances

classe omniciente.

fibbs,

we mark

girl is

At Council metings and

Petite in syze but not in charme,

hair

trewe athletick

cook proficiente.

our owne turmoil we

By organ

k

Liz Woods, a studente and a

can't endure.

no

e'er

Lovin,

not worne.

We

is

arounde.

quite herteles.

tome, Al-weys we see

Clower, a studente so

profounde,

I

And

to deftly

sew she us coude

shew.

Armour

Leigh, give the matter

alle deliberacioun,

Shal

it

be State instead of that

plantacioun?

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Pilgrimage To

get

much

— Continued

thinner, Edith nede

f

us the

But seye, as you appeare, are you as meeke?

Louise, to be as smerte as

you

So good with clubs and bals

must

feel

Mary good to answer

al-weys right.

Frances Lucas hath hir owne, I wot,

I

mony weys

And now,

Louise, since Peter's

part she pleyed,

Remynds and not

A

I

4

We

t

is

Titus,

woude not lyk

it if

she chos

If

for verrie longe

you

talk to

Lee,

You wol fynd

that with youre

everich statements she'll agree.

Harriet

if

e'er

you fynd a

friend

us of a bashfull boy of blase maid.

For hir you wold do nyce things without end.

sage old owll must hav

Mary

whyspred

"Blossoming genius, And if she wol synge, we seye she's good to us.

Some

to

Roxy

Louise, she lyks the "

Lee,

secret deepe, she lookes so

solemnly.

tell

to fyght us.

Lucy

Everich single so that Louise hath not.

plees

That withe burnyng words, an audience you can sway?

we'd lyke. It

woude you wey

Lillian Bell,

not seke,


Pilgrimage Catherine

Compton swich an

O

excellente monitor.

Of whyspres shryll, a remyndor.

I

of

we can seye Davenport,

guess

XL and

Very

our lyghts,

of

Frances a

"When we

look

in hir eys.

What you is left

Mary

are expected to seye

O

"

pleas,

myss,

i

But without swich emphasys

we

are abel.

Miss

just

watch

We

it

so ablie

Kell.

cant refrays, doth it well.

we'll seye, she

not so harde to see aheed, teechre of a Sunday-school

or a privat "sec

But you, the

see your-selve a brunet

it

With your owne nam

The

a bon or some

beauty, Mabel,

see

Jimmie T.

Irene,

blood-vessle burst.

You

tees

us quak.

She hath a little tempre and a bon or two she'll crak.

Its

Safetie Fyrst.

You wol break

you

rimes.

to surmyse.

Hibner,

If

make

hir blak eys snappe.

sporte.

Helen Douglas,

Lucy Hurst, a goode M. P. you mak, Austeritie and syze you hav, enuf to

manny weys

in

— Continued

cannot to

Thilke

tell,

little

"

serene.

little sys,

we

Pauline.

syster type,

devilysh and meen.


Pilgrimage Not withe us

as of olde.

Miss

Killebrew,

Thenne

The yongest

And

some

An

of us alle, that's

LaFoUette, she drawes the grads, luk,

Artyst

we

in

call

it.

our mydst. Miss

On

third floor Academ she markes and markes and markes.

Miss Page

— the prys — she seyeth

the biggest words;

That we cannot understonde them,

An

ne'er to hir occurs.

it

Lucille she

enow

is

Hir lashes

is

wys, hir heer

reed,

— wel — on beauty she's

wel read.

in the

gym

she twysts

thos clubs arounde.

yuste the same doth Leita

do, but eek.

Louise Marks.

I

Hazel Shaw, she corns dayUe out from toun,

She steppes out, she steppes in, and there is never anny stewe.

Mary And yet

\

— Continued

She starres As doth

in other lynes

ilke worthy and wys,

This

And

and

seke.

spyt of

alle,

girle,

dyscret

Elizabeth

is

"

"Liz.

She every phase of Hom Economicks taks. To sew, plus cook a houswyf depte it maks.

Oon dey whyl dauncyng

alle. in

Rec, she past.

But we coude not she

moved

see Florence,

so faste.


Pilgrimage

We

doon know

Petite

hir so wel,

Cordelia Gray,

I

A

— Continued to

"grad" yust lyk the reste

of us

— a hostesse apte they seye.

and loyale

whom

What's the use round,

is

this

officers are

when

Bess

a bore.

of fluttrynge

privats suite her

more?

The

studiouse thogh sometymes

Attempted, but coude not cutte churche they caght hir.

we fynd Mildred to be. Miss Ross righte often calls on the back rowe in Englysh D.

Sidebottom, Suetholz, swich

Learned

erryng Miss Lauter,

nams

How

coude you have poetick in

Unsuccessful strategyste

is

Evelyne, not half a

bore.

are our despaire.

thoughts

connynge swich a

We

woude not mynde havyng

several Moore.

i

paire?

I

thynk we now hav dope on Springer,

i

alle

the

The

laste of thees to

fame

will

soor,

"The Cinderella Man" he says she some humdynger.

The tyme was spente, our stey cam to an ende. With teers, we took our bagges and gan our wey to wende.



Certificate Class College Preparatory Certificate

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29

High School Allison. Mary Bailey Baird, Martha

5

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Brook, Edith 38 Campbell. Judith Hunt 8 7 FuRRH. Bernice Goldner, Celia 17 Grace. Marie 20 Gray, Amelia Ruth Hail.

Hamilton. Anna Harry. Emma Hopkins. Sarah Houtchens, Mary Gladys McClure. Harriet McLemore, Willia

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Cloyd, Mildred Furrh. Bernice Henry, Verna Irene

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Reeder. Bess

41

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Certificate in

Ruby

Domestic Science

Hanlon, Edith

34

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9

Bissett, Hazel Crawford. Annie Beth Ensor, Bertha

Art

12

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30

Sidebottom. Marie Smith, Agnes Frances Tucker. Artie May

Norris. Inez

37

Marks, Louise

Piano

25

Haston, Mrs. Brownie Kimbrough, Beulah

21

Merrifield,

Mary

L.

Lillian

Certificate in Voice

40

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Organ

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Lillian

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We

Senior Middles are Kewpies. 'Midst our play and our work

No

task

do we shirk


Busy III' Kewpies are these. Industrious as the swarming bees: Yet others on this page of knowledge Are sleeping 'way their time in college.



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Lillian Merrifield

Jacquelyn Hill Thelma Prickett

Beulah Kimbrough Annie Mercer Miss Blackwell

Preside.

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms Sponsi


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OFFICERS Katherine Greene

Martha Baird Harriet McClure LuciLE Warren Avon Hail Miss Schoeni

President Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeanl-at-Arms

Sponsor


Junior Middle Class Marguerite, Marguerite, quite contrary. How does your fiddle play? With sobs and groans, and shrieks and r And the audience leaving the back w

Elizabeth had a little curl In the middle of her forehead; When she was good she was very, very good. But when she was Peeved, she was horrid.

Leta May, day student gay.

Jama and Bill went up the hill. Happy ^s two lovers in May; Jama and Bill came down the hill

A

My

Started to school early, 1 say; Missed her car an awful fate Came into class half-hour late.

mile apart were they.

Julia

dear Miss Roquemore,

1 ask o'er my pen. Will these trips to the dentist

Never come

She

an end?

to

We may

have tried, but you'll never £ part of school Edith loves best: classes, chapel or study-hall? it was her room-mate in the fall.

What Her But

went up the

Hill

Seeking inspiration; fell down and broke her And saw stars, sun and n

Here's a long. tall, brown-skinned gal, I wonder to whom she'll be a pal? She gives 'em all that "I don't care," But Dorinda will never get by with that

hair.

Have you met Louise Walton? Everybody ought

How

If

know

to

do the tickle toe; When Vadis starts to make That groaning saxophone.

not, you've missed a farm. will please you and do you

She

no

hai

to

it

moan

Margaret Thackaberry She has never yet had In spite of her

nam

chap.

mishap, escapes r

i

Anna May

has some glasses upon her nose; into all her classes

That

And

Poor

sit

These shelled rimmeds

What ely go.

Eula from her hall did stray. on a bright and summer day;

All

a moment was she gone. For her four crushes were not along.

But only

Lucille, she looks so

Haggard,

does trouble her so?

Why

someone entered her room and read her mothe; Now, wasn't that girl a loon?

Emma

Harry does not tarry On her way to English class; Conceit? She has nary. But her tongue goes too fast.

Miss Nora Phares

Quack. Quack. Quack.

Has some

Said amourous Louella Drake; But alas! and alak! She could not find her mate.

specialties.

And most of them ar. Made in Geometry.

History.


?

Junior Middle Class

— Continued An

Curly hair and pearly teeth.

expert songster was Estelle McCuan. Once on a singing tour she was a-goin'. She had a bad scare

of whom speak> seems that a halo enfolds her: This vision's name is Celia Goldner.

Does anyone know

1

It

And

forgot the whole

air.

So there was no more singing Edith Brook is a wee HI tot But she is always on the dot; She romps on French with such a blasse air

That

it

makes Mile. Cuandet want

to pull hair.

Dorothy Dean does revel. til she is called upon by Miss Leavel; stutters and stammers, her head in a whirl. en says. "I don't know, my knowledge won't unfur

a-doin".

Era. Jim. Lora and Pearl Are known as the McWilliams girls. They are tall and slender, short and fat. Now just what do you think of that?

history class.

2

Of

all

all the fair maidens Ward-Belmont has None can equal sweet Katy Greene;

Of

She

seen

the President of her class. Also she's a sweet, charming young lass. is

the girls that are so smart.

There are none like Mary A.; French is the darling of her heart. My! but she can pariez.

Anita Shell,

As we know quite well. Is -& very sweet maiden "But you never can tell

—

is such a sweet, dem her quiet beauty will Her winsome, attractive waj Will win friends all her days

I^ula

And

short, dumpy and fat. Just the kind to nicely fill some lap. Her hair is frizzed and bobbed so cute.

Ruth Gray

Of all the fish that eve There are none that car Unless it be Anne, of equ She will steal from An

ill

be '..

Anita,

idely kr

is

But on the question

of love she is quite

Margaret White She studies

Here's a riddle; Tell me. pray. Who cuts classes every day. When in chapel names are read. Her name is always at the head?

And (Myra

in

very bright, I

know

It?

m

;t every night Latin she do

late

and Margaret weren't awfully But they dieted at dinner, for all that.

Virginia

Rogers.)

There was a young lady named Harriet McClur Of dogs she was right fond. I'm sure; She adopted her one, Thinking it would be fun. And now she's had more than her cure.

is

You ask me ho w

mute.

The things that they ate, Were scarce seen on the plate. And now they are thinner, for all that. Dear Christine You' Not )ut for a dear But little queen. :

:

fat.


Junior Middle Class

— Continued Willia,

Let them not be concealed. The charms of Miss Crutchfield;

What on

For to Heron she does go And does dance the Tickle-Toe.

If

Virgil

Dear:

earth would you have gived had never, never livedl*

Ashes to ashes and dust to dust.

*s^;si;&Âť

f^'

Mary Wasson. our little saint. Who was never known to even

If

Tut don't vamp

a

"Dek"

I

think she'll bust.

use paint.

Blondelle Van Arsdelle's Yielded to many appeals. And finally purchased shoes with high heels.

Everyone knows Mary Neale Donoho, But better we know of her many beaux.

Martha Baird

dislikes school, so hard to obey the rule: at Decker's she could be With many men in quantity. It is

When

Here's something I know is true: All girls go just two and two; Did you ever see Mary without Marie? Well, if you have, then prove it to me.

Judith Campbell: "If peanuts never

Marie Grace is great on crushes. It seems to be Mabel, now, whom

What would all Would they eat

Just the same as you?"

she rushes.

Lorena

Rebman

grew

the monkies do? cornflakes and hash.

at the telephone

"I don't have to wear a uniform. rules I have to conform; I don't have to live by a bell." And so to us Sarah this tells. (Day Student?)

stands.

To vamp one more man,

(Answer, please!)

To no

she plans.

Blue eyes are true eyes. sly eyes, Lucille's eyes are hazel eyes. The kind for which a man dies.

Grey eyes are

Gladys loves Montye. her hair is so blond. She is not her crush, but of whom she's quite fond.

Elizabeth Rogers, the gym expert. alert. it comes to demonstrating, she's always

When

takes more than Students' Council. Blakey to phase. But look out when she's subject to Anne Hamilton's praise.

Elizabeth Meade, her thoughts had most fleed.

on a winter's night; But the Lieutenant of Spring,

All

A

to her did bring

prize of America's speed.

It

Don't be jealous, Avon Hail. When rivals dance in rhythm; Don't fly in a rage till quite pale Because they are "Witham "

There was a young miss named Moon, Who with her boy friends she would spoon; But when mamma came in She would look with a grin. And be as innocent as the man in the moon.


Junior Middle Class Helen. Helen, with the coat of fur

Had a crush but couldn't keep hei She put her in a picture frame. But she got out. just the same. Jessie. Jessie.

Elizabeth belonged to a motor corps, Which work she never found a bore; In her gay little uniform, to French she would sprint. So that Mile. Shoeni at her very queenly would squint. her first quarter's Chemistry exam she had no equal. For you see she knew everything from Abrah'm to Zekiel. And when another young lass tried Stanley to surpass.

On

How

does your grade card grow? With B's and C's and D's and all

— Continued

scatter,

She would but Catherine had a French

Which was

class.

right after lunch;

Did Catherine have her lesson? Oh. no. not after lunch!

One

fine

summer

night in June;

Miss Ruth lost her tooth, first she did sigh and then she did cry. was because she looked at the moon.

fail,

and

say, "Alas!

Alas

"

Some day when our sweet

Elizabeth before a king and queen will dance. Their pleasure will be so great that they'll sit in a trance;

"What And

a dream! cry.

What

a beautiful

dream

is

she," they'll

her praises will sing, even unto the sky.

Little

At It

Miss

Mary Agnes

Scheicher.

There's not another

To

English, to English, to grind and to dig. again, lunch again, jig-a-dig-jig. (Catherine Smith)

Lunch

Earline!

How

Earline!

does your appetite grow?

With hooks and eyes and sometimes

pins

At the classes she's often had a chance. So in wisdom she led the whole dance; Forsooth she was able

To

All scattered in a row.

And Ethel put her hat on, Ethel put her suit on, Ethel put her shoes on And went out fo

tell

take a time table it meant at a glance.

what

A maid once lived way out in Ar-ka Who could dance fifty different dances; the

day (Monday,

of course).

Eugenia, one of or our aay day students tair. fa Has beautiful eyes and golden brown ha :

Waltz and one-step, and tickle-toe, too, Fox-trot and grape-vine, and hesitation she knew. (Ruth Driver) little Miss Beryl D., lovable lass is she. With beautiful curls so red. That as down the path she walks. We all turn our head.

Sweet Percy was a dear little boy. So very sweet and coy; Up against the post he would

Throwing

girl like 'er;

To Geometry she comes, with a marvelous spiel. And is so clever that she makes it sound real.

kisses at Charline.

A lean.

all


Preparatory Special Class OFFICERS Rachel McGill Amelia Ligon

Mildred Kirkpatrick Evelyn Dodson Miss Hill

President Vice-President Secretary

and Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor


Preparatory Specials AND WHO THEY WERE FOR

— "Delighted to hear that you passed unani— Pat. Dorothy Block — was just an advertisement for violins. Mildred Block — High hopes, but alas, was only her Alice Brown — "Good looking stationery, Alice." Frances Butler — Hers was short, but sweet. Aylmer Barriere — Uncle Archie declares was from the Hazel Bissett mously."

It

sister.

it

it

Hermitage.

— —

Esther Caldwell Does she get 'em? I'll say she does. Eleanor Cornett You seem mighty pleased, Eleanor. Evelyn Dodson —^Received while on organ duty. Mary Edwards— "Speak up. Babe, and tell us what he said." Ruth Elgutter Postmarked Baton Rouge. Understand? Hazel Gilbert She's in the practice room. Uncle Archie. loNE GoFF "Hope you are getting enough to eat." Mother. Virgellia Goff Looked interesting, if length has anything

— — — — — do with Mildred Juhl — From one of her friends in Holland. Elizabeth Lambert — From that "mysterious" man of Esther Lehman — News of her invalid relations. Louisville. Ella Lewis — The postmark looked

girl^it happened to be a cake instead

of a letter.

Rachel McGill — Uncle Archie says "Bill."

Eugenia Metcalf

— "Well.

says "Special"

and Johnnie

Eugenia, we tho't you had stopped

writing to him."

Anna May McClain —^"There's that aviator again." Georgene Niceley — All about the first flight.

Parker— "My own

Mary

R.

Ruby

Rives —^"He certainly

is

dearest" was

all

a pretty writer

we were

able to

—so bold."

Glorvina Spiller— She never would tell what he said. Eileen Taylor Who says McNutt? Sloan. Dabney Terrell We beg to differ. It was not from Dan. heard you lost your earEthel Wallace "Oh, darling

— — —

to

rings."

— Frenchy.

I

Mildred White — A mistake^her's didn't come. Ruth Bernice Wilcox— "What are you looking so sad about —

it.

like

Dora MARTAK^Lucky

her's.

didn't

it

please you?"

Ann Williams — Information about the ten Fords. Ruth Wilder — "When did he say he was coming, Ruth?"


Marian Mathews Jeannette Witwer Katharine Garrett Irene Duffey Catherine Davis Edith Roberts Miss Thach

President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer Sergeanl-al-Arms

Hyphen

Reporter

Sponsor


Juniors "LITTLE Mildred Affleck — When

MOMENTS OF happiness-

pleasing papa.

Virginia Antrin When she has her Fern. Inez Barker When posing. Hilda Beard When camouflaging with a guitar. Mildred Bond When drawing a winning hand. Ray Bock When worrying Miss Swift for packages.

— — —

Mabel Buchanan — When raving over her Bu(tiful)Ford. H. BiLLiE Burke— When mistaken for the movie star. Mildred CnAMBLiss^When she makes the roses bloom. Rachel Clement — When exclaiming "Ooooo. see." Ruth Cowden— When revelling in romance. Catherine Davis — When hanging over the "line." Sadie Polk Dobson— While occupying the back seat in French. Mary Neal Donoho — When called a "vamp." Mary Ellen DRiCGERS^While imitating "Big Sister." Irene Duffey — When meditating upon that tennis loving cup, Helen Dunlap — When dodging Student Council. Elizabeth Eccles — When seeing Charlie out in town. Sara English — When reflecting upon her allied name. Blanche Fulton — When on parade as a Sammy. Louise Godwin— When asking questions. Ruth Gorman— When told she is pretty. Katherine Garrett — When father calls her "son." Laura Lee Graves— When she added the A.M. ring to her I

collections.

— When caressing the ivory. — When honorably discharged from monitorship. — When receiving a check from home. Helen Hyman — When clogging for a country carnival. Jeroleen Johnson — When that famous "Chocolate Shop" Lucille Haggard

Eugenia Hale Elsie Hall

arrived.

Frances Johnston— When building

air castles.

Ruth Johnston— While riding her pony Fern Keaton — When near Virginia. Elizabeth Lehman — When on the good

with Caesar. side of Miss Mills

Elizabeth LicGETX^While saying her say. Amelia Ligon When feasting on kisses. Anne Greyson Love When her resemblance is commented upon. Elizabeth Lowry- When 'prepared." Cleo Mann— Wher with Elizabeth Martin -Whe the

to

Theda

,

chaperone.

Marian Mathews- ~Whe Margaret McGowen -Durin

a 11

dashing dive. vacant periods (spe

It

be

tween the covers).

Florrie

McMurray — Wh

ading her

fo

cials

(afte

light bell).

Era McWilliams— When

called

by her owr

McWilliams— When with "the family." Lora McWilliams — When with Jim. Pearl McWilliams— When the "family" d Sarah Oretha Morgan — When she parleyEsTELLE Napier — When throwing shoes at Florence Olive — When dieting. Mildred Peery — When her mouth is full of Jim

;

ipped Cicero. Dus Francais?

club sister. "Sp(

— —

Edith Perkins While in love. Christine Price When she acquires a good ma

Ruth Rader — When not blushing. Martha Rawls— When talking with he hands

Celeste Regard When borrowing. Edith Roberts While playing "end-m Magdalene Rogers When her unifon Anne RuNKLE^-When the Winton stop; Ruth Selley When tickle-toeing.

ikirt t

meets,

South Front.


Juniors LuciLE Shanklin^—^On chocolate-pie-night. Lyda Shelton While cutting gym. Virginia Smith-— When dreaming of a waist line. Martha Washington Smith —^When "George" brings MozELLE Stapp When on time for class. Catherine Thompson While attracting attention.

— — — When bid to a frat dance. Abigale Turner — When fussing over her menagerie. Martha Warner — When skipping chapel for "Hon

Olivia Trabue

Home."

— Continued EuLALA WATSON^When she knows her "bug." Kathryn Weinbrenner When she paid her war fund Marion Williams When gossiping about home. Elizabeth Whipple When reading her telegrams from Notr Dame. Jeannette Witwer When she gets her name in the "Hyphen. Mildred Woolwine When flirting (>). Pauline Wrisk — When she grows dramatic in Expression.

— — — —


1^

OFFICERS Margaret Gaines Jamice Gannaway Gladys Griffin

Secretary

Margaret Warden

Treasurer

Ruth Council Miss Fields

President Vice-President

Sergeanl-at-Ar

Span.


Sophomore Information Bureau Name Aylmer Barriere Marie Barker Ada Lee Bartlett Lucille Beard Elizabeth Buckner Rachel Carpenter Evelyn Cole Ruth Council Lillian

Crow

Irene Driskell

Imogene Dunham Irene

Dunham Dunn

Lillian

Margaret Duval Margaret Gaines Janice Gannaway Elizabeth Garner Willie B. Graham

Disease

Deafness (in History Texas on the brain Tobacconitis Swollen head "Phis on the brain"

"Crush" malady Oh. Death, where

Disposition or Characteristic class) .

.

.

"Happy go

lucky."

"Wild and Woolly." Masculine.

Very good disposi Sunny. Smiles.

thy sting> In need of a rest cure Pecunia is

Honnesickness— blues Heart failure Coquetry Melancholy Over Wright

Complimentary Overworked brain

Indifferent.

Gentle.

Amiable. Sour. Short, but sweet. Ditto. All

it

should be.

Theda Barish. The riding habit. Happy.

Longitude dance

Happy

St. Vitis

Misanthrope.

Gladys Griffin Margaret Guthrie Annie Hadley Katherine Hadley Bernice Haggerty Mildred Harrington Helen Hainline

Sponsonitis

Noisy.

Conscientiousness Sleeping sickness

Breathless.

Insomnia

Mary Helburn

Loquacity

Slow but sure. Tender. Good-natured. Our Monitor. Improving.

Ethleen Hizer Elizabeth House Mary N. Hubbs Jenny Johnston Carolyn Jones Anita Judy Mary King Elizabeth Lane

Afflicted with rouge desire

Rosy

Everything

O. K.

Daisy

Maddox

Frances McLean

Quietness Incurable "Fellows "

"Goes"

Kind.

disposition.

Flirting.

Same "Rachel"

tho single

Same. ,

Incurable Dancitis

Spoiled.

Characteristic un,

Stubborn.

Violinistis

Practice makes

Memphis Blues Hook-worm

Chubby. Bucking.

p<


Sophomore Information Bureau— Continued Na Madeline Meacham SoNoNA Meyers

Disposition or Characl

Diseasec

Meekness

,

Uppishness

.

.

.

.

.

.

Phlegmatic. Non-squelchable.

Sarah Middleton Hilda Migel

Book-worm

Placid.

Pessimism

Timid.

Mary Louise Moss Martha Parman

Shapeliness

Nancy Pauley

In need of a voice

Alice Pickett Mary Terecia Price

Simplicity

Mary

Edith Roberts Lottie Mae Rogers Louise Sconce

Madalynne Underwood Helen Wallace Margaret Warden Sylvia Weinbaum EviMA Lou Wheeler Enid Yandell

.

ie\ .

r

.

Baby-talk Lacking Math, br n Lack of nourishmt t Pla for everything

Myrtle Ridgeway

Allene Taylor Joy Taylor Theodosia Thomas

Pickford

Sister

.

won

Indifferent.

Peculiar.

Timid. Lovable. Cleverness.

"Laugh and

Nobody

the world

loves a fat

Pr Spike.

Spring fev In need of Quietitude

pep

A will of her own. Sweet. Brother worshiper Fair.

Blondinitis

Raving mad Brain fever

Fiery. .

Arguing Blankness Movie worship .

.

Cheery. Sentimental. Sweet. Wild imagination.

lai

girl.

ith

you"



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I



Intermediate Department

Allison. Louise

Leonard,

Mary

L.

Crowell, Susie

Overall, Dorothy

Dickinson. Helen Dickinson,

Martha

Panagiotopulos. Vasso

Forrest. Marguerite

Garrabrant. Elise Hanchette. Betty Hollinshead, Harriet

HowsE. Helen Leonard, Jean

E.

MiLUM, OsiA B. MiNTON. Sarah MoRELLi, Whitfield Neil, Argie Sherrod

CoRTNER, Frances CowDEN. Mildred Grain,

Mary

Luck, Susan

Cathcart, Josephine

Pope, Virginia Rice,

Katherine

Russell. Frances

Sloan, Katherine Sullivan, Marian

Wilson,

Yandell, Anne

Mary

E.




Piano Students Allison,

May

Ashe,

Hurst. Lucy

I

Anderson. Ann Appman, Bessie

Mary

Barker, Marie Bartel, Florei Luc Be

Hyman, Helen NSON, EImMA

Drive

DuKa

Moor Moor

Wii

,

;Loi!

Morgan. Oretha

DUNL,

NSON, Y,

Ruth

Elisabeth

,

Bell, Clara

Bevincton, Acne

KcENE. Anna Rose Kelley', Florence T,

Jack

Moss.

Mary

Murray, Maxine NOTTELMANN, AcNE Omohundro. Mary Pace. Ruby Parker. Jewel Parker. Mary Parkman. Pauline Rut Part .

LaFollette.

Brewer. Judith Brown. Jenita Buchanan. Mabel

Ma

Paul

.

Nanc

SWEARIN CEN, EuLAH Taylor. Eileen Taylor. Margaret Tfrreli Dabney Thomas Theodosia

Levy, Hazel

BuELL. Margaret BUMPAS. Ruth

Butler. Frances Butts. Pauline Byrn, Will Allen Carroll. Florenci Caruthers, Minnu MiLI Cha Cloutier. Marv COGGINS. ElIZAB CoNovER, Mary Cortner, Franc

.

Love, N.

POYNTEB. ElEANO Price. Christine Pricxett. Thelm.

GTON. Mil

Mats )N. Cabbie Matt HEWS, ViRG

Ray.

Mr. W.

Maur Y. Mary McCl AIN. Anna McLe AN. Franc

Th >VE. Mary

Y.

S.

'^.

RD,

LLIAM8.

Bess

Rowland, Lena Rowland, Mayline Rullman, Myrtle Ryman. Mrs. Paul

ER, Electr, E,

DeSwarte. Do DODSON, Beryi DouDNA, Ruth

Van Arsdell. Bl

Mary

EB,

M

Annie Be CORRIE

Annie Ja

Sale.

Mary

MiNNis. Jewel

Moon. Meda Hunt. Helen

TiMBERL AKE. MiLDBE TiNSLEY Frances TOWNSE MD. Nellie

May Rosa ,

McLemore, WlL McM JLLEN. Kat McW LLIAMS. Er

McW RD,

Thuss. Clemence

Madd ox, Daisie Mart AK, Dora Maso Louise

Cons

LTON, V SEN,

,

AnneGre

Scott, Mildbed Seifbied. Ei


Voice Students Skiles. Helen LaFollette, Mary Skinner. Eula Mae Lambert, Elizabeth Sledge, Catherine LooNAN. Maurine Barnes, Waltarene DuKate. Beula Sledge. Frances Loventhal, Margaret Bartel. Florence Dunlap. Helon Smith. Frances MacBane. Kathryn Beach. Mrs. H. J. Dunn. Isobel Smith, Josephine Martak. Dora Bliss. Mary Louise Ensor, Bertha Smith, Mildred Mason, Louise Block. Dorothy GiBBS, Cecile Spillers, Glorvina Maxwell. Christine Blossom. Thelma Gibson, Mary Spragins, Susie McKiNNEY, Nancy GoFF, ViRGELLIA Britt. Elizabeth Stealey, Carline Florence Me Brooksher, Lucile Gracy, Maurine

Alexander, Mary R. Armstrong. Geraldine

DouTHiT, Mary Driggers. Mary

E.

Stewart. Mary Minnis. Jewel Gross, John Stoner. Margaret Moore, Evelyn Mainline. Helen Taylor. Eileen Oliver, Lucile Buck, Angelyn Hale, Eugenia Thornton, Rita Omohundro, Mary Hamilton, Ann Buck, Katharine Turner, Abigale Overman, Elizabeth Hart, Laura Burgess. Elizabeth Waggoner, Aleda Charlene Parks. Haston, Mrs. Butts, Pauline Weber, Frances Perlstein, Eleanor Hearne, Marian Byrn, Will Allen White, Virginia PiGFORD, Ruby May Caldwell, Esther Hervey. Beryl Whitehead. Dorothy Poynter. Eleanor Hill, Frances Campbell, Genevieve Wiles, Thelma Thelma Prickett, Hill. Campbell, Judith Jacquelyn

Brownell. Claire Buchanan. Mabel

Chapman. Ruth Chenault, Sue

Hillje,

Cloutier, Marvyl Coggins, Elizabeth CooLiDGE, Mary E. Corlen, Mrs.

Dorothy

Hooper. Estelle Horn. Elise Hubbs, Mary N. Hughs, Addie

CoRNWELL, Helen Donoho, Mary Neal Doudna, Ruth Douthit, Helen

Jeffries.

Wilson. Elizabeth Wilson, Gladys Wilson. Josephine Wilson. Mrs. Jno. Wilson, Mrs. Richard Shanklin. Laura WiTHERSPOON, Lucille Shirley. Elizabeth Witt, Hertha Silver, Mary Ellen WiTTE, Ora Simpson, Annie Young, Evelyn Sinclair, Zola W.

Ransom. Ellene Rullman, Fredericka Ryman, Mr. Paul Sewell. Martha

Della

Judy, Anita JuHL. Mildred

Kendall. Mrs. B. Kennedy. Anna

M


Violin Students Drane. Wesley King. Ethel Fentress. Alline Lane. Elizabeth Frank. Helen Levy. Leah Belle Garnett. Corine Maury. Mary W. Haggarty, Bernice McMurray, Mrs. Buchanan. Martha Lynn Hitchcock. Sarah Parker. Fitzgerald Burke. Mrs. Martha Martin House, Annie James Rutherford. Ruth Cole. Evelyn Howse. Helen Sansom, Morgan CoRNWELL. Emma

Anderson, Mrs.

A. B.

Bernstein. Clarence Bernstein. Philip Betterton. Sarah Block. Mildred

Schwartz. Leo Seale.

Margaret

Stein. Joseph

Stone. Frances

Thompson. Katherine Thuss, Miss Weinstein. Bernard White. Mildred

Organ Students Bartel, Florence Clement, Elizabeth

"

Dodson, Evelyn MERRiFtELD, Mary

Parker, Jewel L.

Pritchett.

Margaret


Ward -Belmont KENNETH

Orchestra

ROSE. Conductor

Firsl Violin

Oboe

Mrs. Nellie Gee Erwin. Concertmaster

Oscar Henkel

Martha Lynne Buchana Leah Belle Levy Morgan Sansom John L. Kennedy. Jr. Mrs. Martha Burke

Elizabeth Johnson Ethel King Mrs. a. B. Anderson Mrs. Milton Cook

Clarinet

Oscar Hantlemann

James Hudson Frances Lovin Cornet

W. H. Sherril Second Violin

Leo Schwartz Mildred Block Ruth Rutherford Mildred White

Sarah Betterton Annie James House Elizabeth Thuss Allene Fentress Fitzgerald Parker

Josephine Smith

Wesley Drane

Robert Kilvington Miss Canover Saxophone

Miss Norris French Horn

Mr. Scott Double Bass

Mr. Ed. Schaeffer Viola

Piano

Sarah Hitchcock

Mr. Vergent

Will Hudson

Maurice Loveman

Mary Douthit Organ

Florence Bartel


'

The Ward -Belmont Glee Club

^^

Florence Bartel Catherine Sledge

'

^

"

Hi!]

OFFICERS Mary LaFollette

President Secretary

and Treasurer

Mr. Browne Martin

'"MM

'

'T'T"

Librarian Director

Sopranos— Velma. Forgy. Cecile Gibbs. Delia Jeffries. Estelle McCuan. Mary Lillian Merrifield. Evelyn Moore. Lucile Oliver. Elizabeth Overman. Charline Parks. Catherine Sledge, Billie Sparks. Second 5oprano5— Mary Louise Bliss. Thelma Blossom. Beryl Hervey. Mary LaFollette. Elizabeth Lambert. Vivian Lane. Eleanor First

Poynter, Gladys Wilson. .4/(os— Geraldine Armstrong. Lillian Bell. Sue Chenault. Helen Douthit. Hill, Maurine Loonan. Florence Mai, Helen Skiles, Margaret Stoner.

Mary

Douthit. Grace Oilman, Maurine Gracy, Jacquelyn



Art Students Affleck. Mildred AiKiNS.

Brook. Edith Brown. Alice

Erma

Alexander. Mary Andrews. Louise Arbuckle. Priscilla Armstrong. Geraldine Baker. Roxy R.

Barriere. Aylmer Berger. Maud

Brown. Grace Bruce. Odessa Burke. Mary R. Cooper. Jean Crabtree. Catherine

Duff. Lucille Duff, Pauline

Gorman. Ruth

Peery, Mildred

Hall. Elsie Holmes. Beth Jones. Virginia Koen. Mildred Marks. Louise

Russ. Frances Scott. Mildred

Marx. Ruth Morrow. Marian

Wiles. Thelma Witte. Elsa

Shanklin. Laura Stapp. Mozelle Wenzelmann. Jessie


DUR ILLU5TRATDR5


Before She Studied Interior Decoration


After She Studied Interior Decoration




Senior Recitals in Expression "Oh, Woman, Woman" A Reading of J. Hartley Manner's Play "Just as Well"

Bess Heidelberg June Fisher

Mary Elizabeth Compton Harriet Addie Hughes Gladys Grider Helen Louise Rapp Charlotte Springer Elizabeth Overman

Charlotte Marie Meeds Louise Henrietta Lucas Frank Montgomery

.

.

,

"The Cinderella Man" "Though Lose All — Yet Shall "The Land Which is France" I

"Long Live

— Major and

the

King

"

Friday. February 28

Saturday, March 8

— A Recital"

"Life's Scale

English Life,

Saturday, March 8

"The Lure of Japan" "XVIII Century Studies" "Out of a Clear Sky" "Types

Friday, February 28 of

Minor

Thursday, March

13

Thursday, March

13

Saturday, March 15

Gain"

I

Thursday, April 10 Saturday, March 22

"

Thursday, April

17

Saturday, March 29


Expression Students Sidebottom. Marie Montgomery. Frank Grider, Gladys Anderson. Anna Smith, Agnes Montgomery, Virgini Hall, Mauree Bascom, Jess Smith, Catherine Murray. Maxine Harris, Dot Brabham, May Smith, Virginia Gladys Newsom, Heidelberg, Bess Bruce, Odessa Springer. Charlotte NoRRis, Inez Henry. Verna Cloyd. Mildred Tallman, Louise Odum, Eleanor Hill, Jacquelyn Colby, Mildred Taylor. Allene Overman, Elizabeth HiNKLE, ChARLINE CoMPTON. Mary Thomison, Eliz;* Nora Hollinshead, M et Phares, CoMSTocK, Edna Tucker. Artie Rader, Ruth Hughs, Addie Curtis, Mary

Darnell. Helen Duff. Lucille

Koen. Mildred

English. Sarah Fisher, June

Furrh. Bernice Garner. Margaret GOFF, loNE Goldner, Celia Gray, Alvah

Rapp. Louise Reeder. Bess

Turner, Floss

Warden, Margaret Wiles. Thelma Rives. Ruby Williams. Anita Roach. Helen McNatt. Daisy Williams. Marian Robley, Gilda McQuiLKiN. Marjorie Wilson, Helen Sandlin. Eloise Meeds. Charlotte Wright. Florence Shanklin, LauraA Meikle. Florence Wyatt. Lois Shannon, Frances Metcalf. Eugenia Meyers, Sonona

Lucas. Louise McDade, Sadie

Mae



WSiM^



Domestic Art Students Scanlon. Mary McKemie, Katherine Helburn, Mary Adams, Margaret Shelton, Lyda Meacham, Madeline HiBBETT, Mary N. Appman. Bessie Sledge, Frances Meares. Mamie HoGE, Mary Ashe. Mary Smith, Frances MoORE, OlGA HoLLINSHEAD, DoRINDA LANKENSTEIN. LeONA Strahan, Frances Moore, Sallie B Margaret Hollinshead. Brown, Marian Sudekum, Sarah Nelso WlVlA Hummert. Norma CoKER. Ruth Suetholz. Hilda Oldham, Marguerite Hutchinson, Marian Cole, Katherine Thomison, Elizabeth Overman, Elizabet Johnson, Ruth Elgutter. Ruth .

Tone, Margaret Prickett, Thelma Judy, Elisabeth FoLsoM, Helene Turner, Floss Priest, Virginia Lewis, Ella Graves. Florrie Vinson. Lola Mae Regensburger. Sarah Lucas, Frances Graves, Laura Wedeles, Irene Renne. Dorothy Lyman. Lillia Hale, Eugenia Wilson, Gladys Riddle, Virginia MacBane, Kathr Hall, Grace Wine. Ruth Ross. Caroline Mann. Pearl Haycraft. Frances Woods, Elizabeth Rutherfor Ruth Marseilles. Alice Haynes, Amelia


OMESTIC SCIENCE Baird.

Martha

Blankenstein, Leona BoswELL. Clara

Brown, Marian Burke. Hattie Butler. Frances CoKER, Ruth Davis, Barbara

Duncan. Frances Edwards, Mary Emery, Suzanne Graves. Florrie

Greenwood. Janet Crider. Gladys Hall. Grace

Hanlon. Edith Haycraft. Frances Haynes. Amelia Helburn. Mary HoGE. Mary HoLLINSHEAD. MaRGARET Hutchinson. Marian JoBsoN. Ellen Judy, Elisabeth KiRKPATRiCK. Mildred Lehman. Esther Lovin. Frances Lucas, Frances Lyman. Lillia

MacBane, Kathryn McGill, Rachel Millard, Lera Moore, Evelyn Moore. Sallie Beth Morse. Corinne Nelson. Vivian Oldham, Marguerite Omohundro. Mary Prickett. Thelma Rogers, Elizabeth Russ, Frances ScANLON. Mary Scott, Mildred

Skiles. Helen Smith, Frances Steed, Frances

Strahan, Frances Sudekum, Sarah Suetholz, Hilda Taylor. Eileen Terrell. Dabney Tone. Margaret Turner. Floss Vicars. Lila Wedeles. Irene Wine. Ruth Woods, Elizabeth


I


Physical Education

HAZEL SHAW

SENIORS

gallant line. re

1

.

We

"Physical Eds" work night and day. Some think we just take gym they say. We read in the library books galore. And. too, we have drill, apparatus, and n '"uppose you took Histology. Hygit Of -Kii

No

;

belit

all

I

JAMIE GRIFFIN "Not^nty

LETA SHAW

given her

loves the

swimming

Jt

led

is

our athlete,

suffen

! 1

3t

defeat;

her for a back seat.

MARY TITUS itopt at nothing.

strain your

vo

c

he

MARGARET MORRISON /largaret

w"t'h "the swor< careful, Jamie,

Or youll

poo!,

oh! that standing-sitting

Ha

do be

ids are high-minded, to the soul they are doublen work and don't mind it All day long.


t

Physical Education

JUNIORS BETTY CAPRON

MARJORIE COOPER

MARGARET TAYLOR

Jetty they say has soi

is the girl with the brains you ask the Juniors, they'll tell you s sed to be thin, but now she is fat. rhaps "Physical Ed has transforme

aret

rurefyls' dense; -racking books in theiory is not in her line Just give her appairatus and she is fine.

St

books during the day.

"

that.

LOUISE WHITE

When the -Phys,ical Eds" go to Woo. fun than all the rest There's the Shaw s. Louise. Mary. Coc Also Taylor. Jan,lie. Margaret and B( We dance, walk. sing, read or play. In fact anything

ards—

I

,

Others play at pool and ha A few sit around the fire ar

While others much prefer

When And is I

the end of a perfect day

everyone trots

off to hit the hay.

—B.C.

it

all

t

nears twelve bells. are ready to rush u


Aesthetic Dancing


Archery and Fencing


Gymnastics Class



Athletic Association Officers


Managers

Baskclball: (2) Corine Garnett, Hockey; (3) India Jones. Cheer Leader: (4) Betty Capron, iiuimmfng (Caplmrx of Regulars); (5) Marjorie V/fcv Ba//. (8) Leta Shaw. M'a/cr Pofo; (9) Mary Ellen Silver. Baseball: (10) Caroof Panthers: (6) Lillian Bell. Archery: (7) Addie Hughes. LINE Ross. Riding, (11) Frances Davenport. Tennis.^

(0 Gehaldine Armstbonq.

_

of Sports

Cooper. Car(a,n

I


Regular Athletic Club ACEVEDO. AmALIA Adams. Margaret Adams. Pauline

Crawford Annie Beth Crawford. Mary Ann

Ammerman. Helen Andrews. Louise

Crutchfield. Mi LDRED Davenport. Fran CES Dekle. Lucie DoDsoN. Beryle Douglass. Helen DouTHiT. Helen Driver. Ruth Duff. Harriet Duff. Pauline DuFFEY. Irene Du Kate. Beula DuNLAP. Helen Emery, Suzanne EvERsoLE. Dorothy

Arrowsmith. Imo Asbury. Mary Ashe. Mary Baird. Martha Baker. Elizabeth

Baker. Mary Ruth Baker, Roxy Lee Barnes. Walterene Bascom. Jess Bell. Clara Bell. Lillian

Bercer. Maude Blackburn. Harriet Bliss. Mary Louise Blossom. Thelma Born. Ellanna BoswELL, Virginia

Brabham.

May

Brook. Edith

Brown. Marion Brownell. Claire Buchanan. Bessie Buck. Angelyn BUFFINCTON. MaXINE Burgess. Elizabeth Burke. Mary R. Butts. Pauline Caldwell. Marion Campbell, Genevieve Capron, Elizabeth Cathcart. Josephine Chambliss. Mildred

Chapman. Helen

Crow. Lillian

Napier. EIstelle Nelson. Emma NoRRis. Inez NoRRis. Vadis

JuHL. Mildred

Keene. Annie Rose Kelley. Florence Kerns. Irene Kerns. Pauline KlMBROUGH. BeULAH Kirkpatrick. Mildred Lee. Julia Lehman. Elizabeth Lewis. Ella M.

LOONAN. MaURINE Litter. Irene LowRANCE. Ethel

Fisher. Edna Fisher. June Fitch. Mary FuLLiLOVE. Evelyn Gaines. Margare T Gale. Julia Gorman. Lillian

Love. Anne Greyson LoviN. Frances Lucas. Frances

Graham, Willie Belle Graves. EIsther Gray. Cordelia

McCoMB, George McDade. Julia McGiLL. Rachel

Griffin, Gladys Griffin. Jamie

McIntosh. Edith McKemie. Katherine

Haggarty. Berni CE Hall. Elsie Hall. Grace Hamilton, Helen Harris. Eloise Harris. Frances Head. Lillian

McKnight. Mary McLean. Gladys McWiLLiAMS. Era McWiLLIAMS. LORA McWlLLIAMS. Mary Mead. Emily Meares. Mamie Mercer. Annie Goode

Helburn. Mary Hendrix. Elizab TH

Cloutier. Marvyl Cloyd. Mildred Cole. Betty

Hill. Helen Hill. Julia

CoKER. Sarah Compton. Mary

Crabtree. Catherine

Howerton. Marc ARET HuMMERT, Norma Hurst. Lucy Jeffries. Della Jenkins. Winnie

Craig. Gladys

Jennings.

CooLiDGE, Mary Elizabe IH Cornett, Ella

Murtey. Dorothy

Johnson. Frances Johnson. Jeroleen Johnson, Ruth Jones. Virginia

HosMER. Lucille

Mary

Mann. Pearl Martak. Dora Mason, Mary Louise McClure, Harriet

Merrifield.

Mary

Lillia N

Metcalf, Eugenia Migel. Hilda Millard. Lera Moberly. Georgia Moore. Catherine Moore. Lucile Moore. Olga Fay Morrison. Frances Morrison. Margaret

Oldham. Marguerite Olive. Florence Oliver. Lucile Page. Ruby

Parker. Ethel Parker. Mary Peck. Marguerite Peery. Mildred Perkins. Edith Perkins. Esther Pigford. Ruby Prickett. Thelma Prindie, Helen

Rader. Ruth Ray. May Rosa Regard. Celeste Richardson. Christine Roberts. Celeste Robinson. Eva Rogers. Elizabeth Rogers. Lottie Mae

RoQUEMORE. Katherine Rosenbaum. Clairee Ross. Carolyn Rowland. Mayline RoYCE. Mercedes Russ, Frances Sale. Mary R. Sandlin. Eloise

Sanford. Norma ScANLON. Mary Seale.

Margaret

Seelbach. Marie Shanklin, Laura Shanklin. Lucile

Shaw. Ethel Marion Shettel. Kathryn Silver. Mary Ellen Simpson. Annie Sinclair, Zola

Sledge. Helen Smith. Anabel

Smith, Frances Smith, Marjorie Smith, Ruth Spragins, Susie Springer. Charlotte

Stanbro. Dorothy Stephens. Marie Stone. Frances Stoner, Margaret Strahan, Frances Sullivan. Mary SWEARINGER. EULAH Tallman. Louise Taylor. Allene Taylor. Eileen Taylor. Eleanor Taylor. Joy Taylor, Margaret E. Todd, Lucile Tone. Margaret Tucker. Artie Mae Turner. Abigale Tynes. Margaret UZZELLE. ChARLINE Van Arsdell, Blonde

Vernor. Florence Warren. Lucile Wasson. Mary Weber. Frances Wedeles. Irene Weinbaum. Sylvia

Wenzelmann. Jessie Wessendorff, Margu Wheeler. Emma Lou Whipple. Elizabeth White. Louise Wilbourn. Hazel Wilson. Josephine Wilson. Mabel Wine. Ruth WiTHERSPOON, Lucile Witt. Hertha WiTTE. ElsA

WiTWER. JeANNETTE Yandell. Anne Yandell. Enid


Regular Club

Margaret Gaine

REGULAR RELAY TEAM ,

Betty Capron

SWIMMING EVENTS AND WINNERS REGULARS 1

50-FooT Dash

2 3 T

Plain Dives

2 3 1

2 3

Fu'he7 Jenkins

Gaines Jenkins

3

(

1

Underwater Swim

Fisher

Gaines Fisher Jenkins

Fisher

1

Gaines

Capron

2

Gaines

3

Fisher

1

!

,

3

NoRRi:

Pace

Capron

Fancy Dives

Yandell

Fisher

Total


Regular Hockey and Basketball

Teams

Top Row

Lefl to Right

M \RCARET Gaines May Asbi Lucy Hurst. Margaret Morr Middle Row. Lefl

to

Right:

Jacqueline Hill. Hazel Sha

Ruby Pace Top Row. Left to Right: Iarcaret Morrison. Adine Lai Middle Row. Lefl to Right: Betty Capron. Irene Dufp: Mary Lillian Merrifielc Bottom Rous. Left to Right: Winnie Jenkins. Eva Robin:

Bottom Row. Left to Right: Irene Duffie. June Fisher Jama Griffin. Betty Capro


Panther Athletic Club .

McKiN NEV Nancv McLea N. F RANGES

Jan.eI

McMu LLEN Kath McQu McWi McWi

Parkm Paule

Lam

T.

Eli2

Leonard. Fra Lewis, Murle Lincoln. Anit Long. Mildre Lucas. Louise

MacBane. Ka Maddox. Dais

Marks. Louise

Cole. FCatheb

Matthi Maupin McCoRi

Cooper. Marjorie

MgDad McDan McDer McGoM

Poynt

LKIN Marj LIAM S. J.M LIAM s, Peaf


Panther Club

PANTHER RELAY TEAM

SWIMMING EVENTS AND WINNERS PANTHERS 1

50-FooT Dash

Plain Dives

2 3 1

2 3

Plunce for Distance

1

2 3

Hibner Hamilton

1

2

Gray-Lincoln

3

Lincoln

Hamilton

Underwater Swim

Williams

1

3

Gray Taylor Garnett

Fancy Dives

1

3

Lincoln

Hamilton Garnett Aikins

Lincoln

Hamilton Taylor


Panther Hockey and Basketball

/op Rou», Left

Teams

to Right:

MA Sharp. Marjorie Cooper LlELA V.c.»RS. Mary Titus Middle R,)i». Left to Right: ARRIET Mc Clure. Katherine McBane. Rita Thornton Bottom RtM. Left to Right: Ruth Gr*.Y. ErMA AlKINS. s, Margaret Tayi

ABETH Ell

Top Row lUERITE Cl

.

Left to Right: ID.

Mar

Wells. M^IRJORIE COOPEF Anne HamilTON Middle Row. Left to Right: aretGarn ER.COBTNNeG^ Bottom RoiW.Left^to Right:


I Ath enian Club

SWIMMING EVENTS AND WINNERS ATHENIANS 1

2

Matthews

3

Shaw. L.

2

Shaw. L. Shaw. H.

3

Matthews

1

2

Shaw. H. Shaw. L.

3

Matthews

1

Plunge fob Distance

Shaw. H.

1

Shaw. L.

3

Shaw. H.

2

Shaw. H. Shaw. L.

3

Matthews

1

Underwater Swim

1

3

Matthews Shaw. L,


Inter-Club Athletics SWIMMING MEET

ENTRIES IN MEET .f

Meet

ibing in

Un

Record

'erwate

Swim

Water

ENTRIES

SWIMMING EVENTS AND WINNERS Gaines

1

Fisher

3

Gray

1

Fisher

3

!

.

Winnie Jenkins Margaret Mor ..so. Ruby Pace .

Hamilton

1

Strokes

Lincoln

2

Gaines Hamilton

1

lOO-FooT Dash

2

Fancy Dives

Er ma Aikins Co rinneGarnett,

47

Ru

i6'/2

An NE Hamilton.

4

103

Williams

3

Regulars Panthers

1

Relay

191/2

14

Hamilton

1

Shaw. L.

3

PANTHERS

REGULARS Elizabeth Capron June Fisher

2

.

Relay

...

5

Total

108

..

.

Ma RY HiBNER TA Lincoln So HIA Williams. Br EAKING Relay

ATfJENIANS 23 ,

10 21

63

Hazel S Leta Sh Tot al

2

4 31

An

.

.

Record

7

5

Total

165

RECORDS 1

Plain Dive

,

^

1

[

Hamilton

2 3

j

Gaines

(

Capron

Hamilton

1

Life Saving Lincoln

3

Aikins

1

Underwater Swim

Lincoln Gaines Williams

Hamilton

1

Disrobing

in

Water.

.

2

(

Lincoln

Fro 100-Foot

Swim o n Fr o^t

100-Foot

nBa Swim o nBa

Relay Underwater Swir Plunge tor Dista Disrobing in Wa

.23 .. .

.

...

seconds

14 seconds 31 seconds. 51 Vz seconds

...157

.50 ...27

ft..

ft

.

Goepper Goepper Goepper Goepper

in.

1 .

Dor othy Dor othy Dor othy Dor othy

.

seconds.

Decker Ann e Hamilton

Alic e


Katherine Lillard Betty Capron Annette Killough

Ednabrown Regard Margaret Morrison Chloy Walling

Regular Regular Panther

Dorothy Wiggins

.

.

.

for

1917-18 PANTHERS

REGULARS First Place Second Place

Betty Capron

....

Margaret Morrison

.

.

28

points

15

points

Marjorie Coope

First Place Second Plac

Last Year's All-Round

Athletes 1917-18

First Place

Betty Capron Margaret Morrison

Second Place

W.-B. Letters Awarded 1917-18

Betty Capron First Place ail-Round Athlete

Regular Regular Panther

Panther

.

Track Meet

i

Team 1917-18

Varsity Basketball

Alice Decker

Swimming

Ednabrown Regard Chloy Walling Margaret Morrison Dorothy Wiggins

Basketball

Katherine Lillard Betty Capron Annette Killough Betty Capron Betty Capron Margaret Morrison

Basketball

Baskelball

Basketball Basketball

Basketball

Basketball

Track Best Athlete

....

Second Best Athlete




Home

Rookie

Letters of a

Dear Dad I

arrived

was met at the depoo by a shaperon vifhich ought pusheron because that seemed to be her bizness. girls with her. Come to get educated like me. I And the wi . she herded us around reminded me of the boys ttle. Only she didn't dip us or brand us or nuthin. Only (o a lillle coop she called a Spechul but didn't see nuthin spechul all o. k.

id

to have been called She had a lot of oth

reckon. shippin drove us

1

it Looked just like a plain street car to me but it fooled the others. Everybody here calls em Spechuls. don't much like this burg. Th air is so thick you could cut it up in hunks and serve it for corn starch puddin. It made me think of what that revival man sed about "breathin the air of kultur" and thot to myself if this was the air of kultur then all my educashun was goin to my lungs and all was gettin out of it was learnin to croak like a bull frog and bray like a donkey and I've k""^Âť'^ how to do that ever since was big enough to toddle oi nd sit on the bank of the old water hole and listen to the croakers. It se ms like a lot of money wasted but you always had your hed set on my educ shun. Always sed you wanted me to be notorious some day. The land is A'ful funny here It bumps up and down all over. too. Some time I'm 3in to climb ua one of these bumps and see whats on the other side. xpect its either the atlantic ocean or the mississippi river. They look like thev'i tryin to hide somethin big. think the guy that started this towi ust have had

about

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storm

in his

upper story that berried

his brains bef-

he thot of

it.

But then it really don't look like anybody ever started it. Seems to hav just growed so we can't blame it on nobody. Anybody with horse cents would a knowed better than to set it down here among all these bumps

where a person can't see nuthin. Why Dad I'll bet you can't see more'n five or ten miles away. Its right down suffocatin. This schools all I guess. Haven't seen much of it yet but the house is big enuf foi Solomon to live in and give all his wives a private sweet. Its got an awful funny front yard with stone people standin round givin you a sort of funny feelin all the time like you're bein watched. And there are iron lions an deers an dogs too. I think when get to know Doc Blanton better I'll offer to let you send him some real ones if thats the best h do. Generous. Thats me all over. They told me I had to get matriculated tomorrow. 1 don't know what that is but if its any worse than bein vaccinated or innoculated I'm comin home on the next engine. I wonder what fool new fangled disease they're skeered of now. Yours all broke out in gloom I

Skeeter


Home

Letters of a Rookie

—Continued

Dear Dad I

sure did put one over on this here school.

off laffin

when

I

tell

you about

it.

It

was

You'll bust your buttons 1 got up early to get

like this.

matriculated and get it over with an I started down to see Miss Deen who I reckon must be the doctor tho I've never heard of a female one before. Any way she ain't much good. I hadn't gone far when some girl come I told her she must be runnin up to me an sed I was her little sister. crazy because I was bigger than she was and besides 1 didn't hav no sisters. Then she got right mad an sed she knew I was too her little An I sed Miss Mills might know a lot sister cause Miss Mills told her so. but she didn't hav no birth record of our family an I was willin to take any time. I knew you wouldn't keep nuthin like that vord fo I St have convinced her that she had no ties on Tie. she began to laff at her wn silliness an tried to make up by sayin she wanted to help me get ÂŁ ttled. I told her she could if she wanted to. goin an I told jver. She ast me where was Forgiven. Thats me all ovi cratched. She didn't seem to understand so I her down to get my arm scr atriculated. She looked real sympathizin an explained about gettin mat help. I sed she might hold the smellin ast if she couldn't go along sy. She lafled an sed was awful funny salts tho I didn't usually f Pretty Cue I'm just naturally witty. tho I didn't mean to be jokin. I told her I perfumed they'd just soon she ast what I.'was going to tak ay I'd take ether. She just most use cocaine but if I could have my f she thot I was funny then she just busted laffin then. An I told h ought to see me when I got started good. She sed me an bring all her friends. I must hav made an awful mash on her. Well we went in to see Miss Deen an Attractive. That's me all over. she made me set down but didn't say a word about me rollin up my sleeves She kept firin questions at me about ambitions an life works an adaptabilities an a lot of fool stuff that a doctor oughtn't to be wastin her time Finally she sed what kind of a coarse did want to take thinkin about. this year. An I sed I wasn't particular. Any kind where I wouldn't hav She sed she thot that was a good idea an she guessed d to study much. I ast her did look like a human street car an she better be a Spechul. sed well if 1 did one thing was sure an that was that I carried a light load in brains. I wondered what she ment but I didn't like to hurt her feelings by askin. Considerate. That's me all over. Then she ast me what kind of a Spechul I wanted to be. I thot she was awful inquisitive but told her I wasn't particular. Any kind but the street car kind. Then she sed she thot I'd like Physical Ed cause I looked like the kind of a girl what would enjoy Jim. I guess they must be the perfessers. I told her that suited me fine cause always had a way with the men. All the cow boys just bein crazy about me. She was awful snappy an s< ^d that didn't have nuthin to do with it but I expect she was just jealous because they wonder what Ed an Jim are like. They must be awful didn't like her. Then she sed she was thru with ne an handed sissies to hang around here. I

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Home

Letters of a

Rookie^Continued

guess thats my certificate for I me a little ticket an told bein matriculated but the funny part of it is she forgot to matriculate me. Lucky. That's me all over. Most doctors ain't so absent minded. Yours nevertheless Skeeter

me

to get out.

Dear Dad

, I hav been gettin It has been several days since I have wrote you. acquainted with my bunk mate an I still have two ears, two eyes an all some queer c "' has altho she friends pretty good are We hair. my of scrap iron that she heats her hair with For mstai Dmes out of a c n. An she dobs some red stuff on the with somi >me court plaste on her chin altho there ain't nuthin her cheeks an stii An it makes her look like a clown out of a circus but the matter with you try to tell her. An she thinks gets mad when yc she don't know That ain't either a street the world is gettin Sp' huls. the nicest thing letter that comes in the middle of the car or a coarse of study. Dad. hand writin. I don't kiss the an down n jump up you night an makes Seems like anything they haven't got know why only all of them d. She talks funny too. All ill a Spechul. a name for around here they She sez its french but I think its silly. the time she calle me her cheri /. Theres some cents in that I've heard of callin folk; a peach or a lemon. This afternoon I wanted them a cherry. allin in none ain't but there You I'd hav to ast somebody could I go. k to go to town an They regulate everthing take a bath around here without a skin. note to Miss a little to write le told i somebody 'Well but our apoetites. was shavin off the didn't see no cents in that but I Mills an file it. edges with one of my bunk mates manicle implements when she sed what She sed I didn't told her filin a request fo Miss Mills. 1 doin. was hav the right idea. That I had to tak. t up to Miss Mills office an put down outside her an up an thei re filed up I went 'Well It on file myself. Then I got mad door most all afternoon an nobody coi le out to get it. Independent. That's me all over. an sed I'd stay at home an 1 did too. my boodwar. Thats a new I guess its about time for me to ret re word my roomie taught me. She sed it ment what you slept in. I told her I always called mine a nightgown but I'd call it that to please her. ,

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Obliging.

Thats

me

all

over.

Yours

till

deth do us part


LOCAL COLOR




F. F.

Club

OFFICERS Catherine Sledge

I

2

President

Mary Buchanan Janie Maye Abbey

Vice-President Secretary

Betty Capron Mildred Cloyd Miss Thomas 3

4

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

MEMBERS Beth Holmes

19

6

Erma Aikins

20

7

Adine Lampton

21

8

Judith Brewer

9

Catherine Compton Marie Seelbach Eleanor Perlstein Martha Baird

22 23

5

18

Dorothy Dean Blondell Van Arsdell LouELLA George

33 34 35

36 37

24

Elizabeth Salter Pauline Adams Jessie Stephenson

25

Mary

26

Caroline Ross Vadis Norris

41

Mary Parker

42 43

44 45

46

K.

Weber

Marian Morrow Aylmer Barriere Helen Mainline Myrtle Rullman

27 28 29 30

Daisie Maddox Judith Campbell

31

Eleanor Stewart Katherine Garrett Gladys Grider

32

Edith Perkins

38 39 40

Frances Lowrance

Anna Ross Keene

Webb Helen Hyman Florence Mai

Eugenia Blakey Della Jeffries Willie Mae Sparks

Mary Hocker Mary Ann Crawfo:

Mabel Buchanan Marion Caldwell

Alvah Gray Dabney Terrell Florence Kelly Harriet McClure Eleanor Taylor Myra Rogers Mary Wasson Edna Sparks

Jennie Copeland

LuLiE

V.

Suzanne Emery Avon Hail Annie James House Alice Keith Ethel Lowrance Christine Maxwell Anne Williams





Del Vers Club OFFICERS Sophia Williams

1

3

President

Lillian Bell 2 Mildred Swilley

Mary

Vice-President Secretary

Louise Bliss

Treasurer

Miss Ross

Sponsor

MEMBERS 5

Susie King

15

6

16

II

Edna Fisher Shirley Younse Sidney Eason Margaret Seale Dorothy Moser Willie Bell Graham

12

20

Grace Gilman May Asbury Gladys Griffin Maxine Murray LuciLE Armstrong Gilda Robley

30

Clara Bell Marian Hearne Hilda Beard Carline Stealey

21

Irene Litter

31

Elizabeth Lehman

Elizabeth Stein

22

32

13

Lucille Beard

23

Catherine Moore Mildred Dickey

33

Mabel Wilson Helen Ammerman

Louise Walton

14

Mary Dalton

24

Mary

34

LuciLE Scott

Sophia Williams

7.

8 9 10

17

18

19

Scott

25

Helen Douglas

26

Mary LaFollette

27

28 29

Florence Bartel Lillian Bell

Mary Louise Bliss Brown Grace Brown

Alice

Margaret Hollinshead Ethleen Kizer Mildred Swilley




Tri K. Club OFFICERS Annie Beth Crawford Ola Farley Bertram Margaret Gaines

President

1

2 3

Treasurer

Sergeanl-al-Arms

Chairman Program Committee

Louise Rapp 5

Semester

Vice-President

Margaret Tynes Marion Williams 4

1st

President 2d Semester

Secretary

June Fisher

Sponsor

Miss Morrison

MEMBERS 6

Jeannette Witwer

20

7

Margaret White

21

8

Carrie Matson

22

9

Vera Moore Olga Moore Rita Thornton Lucy Hurst Mildred Chambliss Winnie Jenkins Margaret Morrison Mary Ashe Ruth Council

23

10 11

12 13 14 15

16 17

18 19

Mary McKnight Angelyn Buck

24 25

26 27

28 29 30 31

32

33

Frances McDaniel Katherine Buck Geraldine Armstrong

Helen Chapman Mary Neal Donoho Kathryn Cole Velma Forgy AiLEEN Kerr Corinne Garnett Elizabeth Allen Bernice Cole Nora Phares Irene Duffy Julia Lee

34 33

36 37 38 39 40 41

42

43 44 45

46

Miriam Swartz Catherine McMullen Eugenia Metcalf Florence Meikle Cordelia Gray Frances Lucas Bernice Furrh Priscilla Arbuckle Charline Parks Sarah Betterton Edith Brooks CoRRiE Crawford Eleanor Poynter

Barbara Davis Louise Lucas Helen Prindle Marie Stephens

Ruth Rutherford Mildred Bond Esther Caldwell Elizabeth Coggins

Norma Hummert Myrtle Ridgeway Margaret Tynes Mildred White Marion Williams



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Anti-Pandora Club OFFICERS 1

2

Hazel Wilbourne Pauline Hunter 12 Pauline Kerns Kathryn MacBane 3

President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Miss Stephenson

Sponsor

M EMBERS Era McWilliams Gladys Wilson Mary Compton Annie C. Simpson

21

Pauline Butts Celeste B. Roberts Harriet Blackburn

22 23 24

McWilliams Mauree Hall Lucy Lee Wimberly Georgine Nicely Catherine Crabtree Mary Hibner Norma Sanford

25

Elizabeth

16

Mary Swayzee Helen Skiles Mildred Juhl Theodosia Thomas Lillian Head

17

Susie Spragins

4 5

6 7

8 9 lU II

13

14 15

18 19

20

26 27 28 29 30 31

Jim

Mead

32

33 34 35

36 37

38 39

Maurine Yeatman

40

Evelyn Cole Marjorie Smith

41

Martha Ellis Ruth Brewer Anna McClain

42

43 44 45

Lucille Haggard Veda Jenkins Frances Haycraft Ruth Rader Mildred Long Pearl McWilliams

46 47 48 49

Virginia C. Sharp Virginia Jones

50

EuLA Waldrep Pauline Parkman

Christine Richardson

52

Inez Norris

Mary Daly McWilliams Murle Lewis

53

Jewel Minnis Harriet Blackburn Dorothy Block Mildred Block

Elizabeth Elverson LoRA McWilliams Dorothy Murtey Irene Kerns Charlotte Springer

51

Emma Nelson Bernice Wilcox

Dorinda Hollinshead

Margarete Thackabe





Penta Tau Club OFFICERS

May Rosa Ray

I

2

President

V ice- President

LuciLE WiTHERSPOON

Evelyn Moore

5

3

Secretary

Mae Tucker 4

Treasurer Sergeant- at- Arms

Laura Shanklin Mlle. Cuendet

Sponsor

MEMBERS 6 7

8

9 10

Marie Barker Amelia Haynes OrA WiTTE

19

Virginia Smith

32

LoRENA Redman

20

Mary E. Coolidge Sara Gossett Irene Wedles

33

Mary Hoge

34

Anne Greyson Love

35

Dorothy Hillje Maurine Gracy Abigale Turner

36 37

Florence Olive Virginia Reticker Gladys Craig Frances McLean Pearl Mann Elsa Witte

21

Frances Johnston Florence Wright

22 23

Norma Herman

24

12

Catherine Davis

13

Jeroleen Johnson

15

Vivian Lane LuciLE Brooksher Amelia Ligon

25 26 27

16

Charlotte Marie Meeds

28 29

Maurine Loonan Will Allen Byrn

17

Margaret Bickley Margaret Taylor

30

EsTELLE T. Napier Ruth Johnston

I

1

14

18

31

Mary

Lillian

Mer;rifield

38 39

40 41

Virginia Priest

42 43

Anne Hamilton

44

Eloise Harris

Mildred Peery

45 46 47 48 49 50

Louise Marks Frances Sledge Agnes Smith Anita Lincoln

Frances Russ Hattie Billie Burke Imogene Dunham Irene Dunham Laura Lee Graves IsABELLE Redding Laura Shanklin

Emma Lou Wheeler Thelma Wiles





X. L. Club OFFICERS Frances Davenport

I

Preside.

Marian Brown 2 Bess Reeder

Vice-Presiderd

Treasurer

Willie McLemore

3

4

Sergeant-ai-Arn

Elizabeth Overman

Secretary

Miss Sisson

Sfionsor

MEMBERS 5

6

Ella Lewis Martha Smith

Margaret Howerton

31

19

Jack Hill

32

Margaret Sanders Janet Greenwood Lottie Mae Rogers

33 34

Marguerite Oldham

36

Lucille Moore Marie Sullivan Clairebell Brown

38

7

Nancy McKinney

20

8

Josephine Wilson

21

9

Beryl Hervey

22 23 24

10

Willie Lois

Moore

13

Grace Hall Sue Chenault Kitty Parker

14

Sybil O. Draiss

I

18

I

12

15

16 17

Estelle McCuan Elizabeth Whipple Elizabeth Wilson

25 26 27 28 29 30

Helen Eaton Francis Duncan Margaret E. Garner Ruth Baker

35 37

39

Maimie Mear? Hilda Swetholz Ruby Page

44

Ruth Doudna

45

Jetty Driggers

46

Emma Harry

47 48 49 50

Freda Rullman Mabel Holland Mary Ellen Driggers Celeste Regard

Marguerite Peck Blanche Fulton Gladys McLean Frances Leonard Beryl Dodson

42

Frances Harris Ella Cornett Ellen Jobson

43

Julia

40 41

McDade

Sadie

McDade

Frances Parker Nancy Pauley Magdalene Rogers

Anna Runkle Dorothy Stanbro Sylvia Weinbaum





Agora Club OFFICERS 1

BiLLiE

Clower

President

Margaret McGowan Elizabeth Lambert 2

4

Vice-Prcsidenl Secretary

Frances Strahan

Treasurer

Mary Helburn Margaret Tone Montie Taylor

Scrgeant-at-Arms

33

Hyphen Reporter Memory Book Custodian

Miss Minich

Helen Hamilton Margaret Taylor Mildred Affleck Zola Sinclair Edith McIntosh Electra Hosmer Ethel Wallace Eleanor Schaller

Sponsor

18 19

20 21

22 23 24 25

Mathews Ester Lehman Monte Taylor

26

Julia Hill

29 30

Virginia

Ruby May Pigford

27 28

Genevieve Campbell Florence Vernon Gladys Houthins Etta Rives White Mildred Crutchfield Joy Taylor Oretha Morgan Jewel Parker Margaret Guthrie Katherine McKennie

40

Mary Louise Duke Mary Curtis Frances Weber

31

Thelma Hansen

44

Mary Edwards

32

Cecile Gibbs

33

Margaret Tone Lucille Warren

45 46

Anita Judy Louise Robinson

47 48 49 50

Lois

34 35 36

LuciLE Shanklin

Mildred Colley

Maupin

Lucille B. Oliver Ruby Sams

Maude Grulke Horn

37

Eloise Sandlin

38 39 41

Laurena Peck Sarah Middleton Frances Stone Sarah Regensberger

42 43

Mary Sale

Charline Hinkle

Maxine Buffington

Margaret Pearce

51

Elise

Claire Brownell Ruth Elgutter

Ruth Gorman



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A. K. Club OFFICERS President

Mary Titus

1

2

Edith Hanlon 3

Vice-President

Jama Sharp 4

5

Treasurer

Bessie Appman

Secretary

Katherine Smith Hertha Witt

Serjeant-at-Arms

Hyphen Reporter

Mrs. Forrest

.

.

Sponsor

MEMBERS 6 7

8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15

16 17

Annabel Smith Vivian Nelson Berneice Haggerty EuLALA Watson Ethel Shaw Mary Conover Maylene Rowland Mary E. Baker Francis Morrison Margaret Bailey Elizabeth Schiwetz Enid Yandell

Irene Driskell

30

Virginia Golf

42

Mary Cohn

Meda Moon

31

Dorothy Renne

43

Jessie

LiLA Vicars

32 33

Elizabeth Eccles

44 45

Anita Heberer

46

Sonona Meyers Anne Anderson Lucille Duff Julia Gale

Ruth Gray Fern Keaton Virginia Antrim Imo Arrowsmith

34

Lillian Crow Floss Turner

35

Pauline Duff

36 37

Laura Hart Marjorie McGuilkin Catherine Shettel Dorothy Eversole Bertha Witt Mary M. Moore

:soN Armour Leigh Burleso Manie Lee Nellie Townsend Helen Berks

38 39

Mary

41

C. Fitch

40

Bascom

Marguerite Cleveland

loNE GOFF

Marie Grace Margaret Howard





o siron

Club

OFFICERS 1

Thelma Prickett 2 Lois Hodge 36 Ada Stephens Katherine Roquemore 3

President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Miss Appleby

Frances Lovin Marian Hutchinson Thelma Blossom Mildred Koen Catherine Barrett

Ruth Wine

Mary Louise White Gladys Newsom

Marie Youngerman Louise Mason Elizabeth Rogers Elsie Hall Mary Jennings

Elfreda Lauter Verna Henry

Sponsor

19

Ada Swearingen

33

Margaret Stoner

20

Earline Phelps

34

Louise Sconce

Dorothy Rogers Ada Stephens Evelyn Dodson Katherine Greene Anne Maria McDermond Mercedes Royce Eleanor Odum

21

Mary Stewart

35

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Clairee Rosenbaum Elizabeth Britt Ester Graves Elizabeth Burgess

36

31

32

37

Ellanna Born

38 39 40

Christine Price

41

Sarah Burton Ruth Johnson Mary Alexander Ardis Dean Keeling Sallie Beth Moore

42 43

44

Celeste Vincent Elizabeth Lane Elizabeth Baker

Rockhold

45

Lois

46

LuELLA Drake

47 48 49 50 51

52

53 54 55

56 57

Evelyne Fullilove Annie Mercer Adine Hughes Annie Clair Johnson Helen Wilson Henrietta Siniger Evangeline Prather Frances Smith Helen Douthit Maud Berger Marguerite Wessendorf Josephine Cathcart Mar'y Douthit Eulah Swearinger




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Twentieth Century Club OFFICERS I

Mary

2

Elizabeth Woods Ellen Silver

President Vice-President

Bess Heidelberg 4 India Jones Jamie Griffin 3

6

Virginia 7

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Montgomery

Lola 8

Mae

Secretary

:

Hyphen

Vinson

Representatice

Prophetess

Rachel McGill Miss Masson

Custodian of

Memory

Book,

Sponsor

MEMBERS 9 10 11

12

Hazel Bissett Beulah Kimbrough Dorothy Harris Elizabeth Hendrix

13

Helen Dunlap

14

Jean Cooper Marjorie Cooper Emma Bell

15

16 17

18 19

20 21

22

Dora Martak Ruth Wilder George McComb Hazel Gilbert Gladys McCormick Kathryn Weinbrenner

23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Elizabeth Mann Georgie Moberly Amalia Acevedo Pauline Wrisk

Margaret Wells Ruth Driver Ray Bock Dorothy DeSwarte

33

Esther Perkins Alice Marseilles Lucie Deckle

34

Jessie

35

Lyda Shelton Sybil Kell

31

32

36

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37

38 39 40

Frank Montgomery RoxY Baker Margaret Harris Cynthia Wall

McMurray

41

Florrie

42 43

Florence Bock

44

Marvyl Cloutier Louise Andrews Ruth Smith Christine Barnes Hilda Migel

45

46 47 48 49 50

JiMMiE T. Jones

Margaret Dawson Myrtle Clar

Eva Robinson Eileen Taylor Mildred Kirkpatrick Margaret Adams Eugenia Hale Ruth Marx Dorothy Whitehead Thelma Cheshire Edna Comstock Emma Johnson

WiLMA PiGG Mildred Scott Eileen Taylor Charline Uzzelle




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AcEVEDO, AmALIA

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.

Panam;

,

Club

Vicars. Lila

Arbuckle, Priscilla Elverson, Elizabeth HiBNER, Mary Kelley, Florence

Pennsylvanii

Carroll, Florence

Pennsylvanii

HoSMER, ElECTRA RoYCE, Mercedes

Stoner, Margaret

Pennsylvanii

.

.

Wilson, Elizabeth

.

.

.

MuRTEY, Dorothy Overman, Elizabeth Harris.

Margaret

.

Head, Lillian Whitehead, Dorothy .

.

.

Wilcox, Bernice Ashe,

Mary

Pennsylvanii

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Kerns, Irene

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Kerns, Pauline

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Margaret Tynes

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Stewart Mary McWilliams Imocene Dunham

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Hyphen Reporter

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Andrews, Louise

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Reeder, Bess Sanders, Margaret Spragins, Susie

Stewart, Mary Thomas, Theodosia Tynes, Margaret

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Ark ansas Club

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OFFICERS President

Mary Buchanan Pearl Mann Della Jeffries Ruth Driver

Vice-President Secretary

Scrgeanl-al-Arms

Mrs. C. D.

McComb

Sponsor

MEMBERS Adams, Pauline

Hale, Eugenia

Block, Dorothy

Block. Mildred Brooksher, Lucile

Harris.

Jenkins. Winnie

Mary

Caldwell, Marion

Johnson,

Cheshire, Thelma CooLiDGE,

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Holmes. Beth Jeffries. Della

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Jones, Jimmie T. E.

Driver, Ruth GoFF, loNE

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Mann. Pearl Merrifield.

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President

Frances Russ

Vice-President

Irene Wedeles

Treasurer and Secretary

Mildred Chambliss Florrie

Sergeant-at-Arms

McMurray

Miss Edna

B.

Hyphen Reporter Spo

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Dekle. Lucie Neel Gracy. Maurine

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Mary

McMurray. Florrie Russ, Frances

Wedeles, Irene


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Club

OFFICERS President

Vice-President

Lola

Mae

Vinson

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Secretary

and Treasurer

Sponsor

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Morrison, Margaret

Allen, Elizabeth

MEMBERS

Armstrong. Lucile

Odum, Eleanor Page, Ruby

CoKER. Ruth Pritchett,

Council, Ruth Griffin, Gladys

Lamar, Anne Camille Lee, Julia

McDaniel. Frances

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Margaret

Redding. Isabelle Ross, Caroline

Vinson, Lola

Williams, Anne

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Duff. Pauline

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Sconce, Louise

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Eaton. Helen

Antrim, Virginia

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Graves, Esther Hainline, Helen

Parker, Frances Parkman, Pauline Perkins, Esther

Sanford, Norma

Taylor. Margaret

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Iowa Club

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OFFICERS Jeannette Witwer

President

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Marjor.e McQuiLKiN Frances Strahan

Vice-President Secretary

Sponsor

Mrs. Koelker

MEMBERS Campbell, Genevieve

Drake, Louella Grulke, Maud Keith, Alice

McGowEN, Margaret

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Strahan, Frances

Witt, Hertha Witwer, Jeannette Mohrbacher, Lucile Wright, Florence Stanbro, Dorothy Youngerman, Marie Stone, Frances

and Treasurer


Indiana Club

OFFICERS .

President

Vice-President

Louise Rapp

Miss Minich

Secretary ,

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and Treasurer

Sponsor

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Blackburn, Harriet Bliss, Mary Louise Blossom. Thelma

CoHN, Mary CoMSTOCK, Edna

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Rogers, Dorothy Sinclair, Zola

SwARTZ, Miriam

Swayzee,

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Kentucky Club

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OFFICERS President

Velma Forgy Margaret Adams

Vice-President

George McComb

Secretary

Miss Boulware

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MEMBERS Haycraft, Frances

Adams, Margaret Bascom, Jess BoswELL, Clara

Haynes, Amelia

Mae

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Chenault, Sue Clar, Myrtle

Cornett, Ella

Crabtree, Catheri NE

Crow, Lillian Crutchfield, Mildred

Dawson, Margaret Duncan, Mary Fra nces EccLES, Elizabeth

Eversole. Dorothy Forgy, Velma

Garrett, Katharine

Gorman, Ruth Hart, Laura

and Trea

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Howerton, Margaret Jones. Virginia

Judy, Elizabeth

Lehman, Elizabeth Lewis, Ella

McCoMB, George McCormick, Gladys McKinney, Nancy Middleton, Sarah

MoBERLY, Georgia Moore, Lucile Moore, Mary Oldham, Marguerite Pauley, Nancy

Phelps, Earlene Pigg,

Wilma

Price, Christine

Reese, Genevieve

Rogers, Lottie

Mae

Rogers, Magdalene

Rutherford, Ruth Salter, Elizabeth

Seelbach, Marie Suetholz, Hilda

Taylor, Joy Taylor. Montie

Wallace. Ethel Watson, Eulala

Webber, Mary K. White, Etta Rives

Woods, Elizabeth


L ouisiana Club

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President Secretary

Frances Davenport

Treasurer

Ada Step Sergeant-at'Arms

Thelma Prickett

Sponsor

Mrs. House

MEMBERS AsBURY.

May

Fullilove. Evelyn Greenwood. Janet

Barriere, Aylmer

Brownell. Claire Buchanan. Bessie Burgess. Elizabeth Cloutier.

Marvyl

Davenport. Frances Draiss. Juanita Draiss. Sybil

Elgutter. Ruth Ellis, Elizabeth

Hodge. Lois Hutchinson. Marian Johnson. Ruth Lane. Elizabeth

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Lewis.

Moon. Meda

Moore. Sallie Beth Prickett.

Thelma

Regard. Celeste Robinson. Louise Scanlon.

Mary

Stephens. Ada

Vincent. Celeste

White, Louise Williams, Sophie YouNSE, Shirley


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Charlotte Marie Meeds Beulah Kimbrough Emma Harry

Vice-President

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Secretary

Bess Heidelberg

Mary Wasson

Treasurer ^J'P''«"

Perkins. Edith

Abbey, Janie Mae Beard, Hilda Bock..

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PiGFoRD.

Ruby Mae

RoSENBAUM, ClAIREE Sledge, Catherine

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CoMPTON, Catherine K.IMBROUGH, Beulah

Lampton, Adine

Martak. Dora Meeds. Charlotte Marie

Montgomery, Frank Garnett, Corine

Harry, Emma Heidelberg. Bess Hendrix, Elizabeth

Horn. Elise

Wasson, Mary Wilder, Ruth Wilson, Gladys

Yandell. Anne Yandell, Enid

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i OFFICERS President

Katheryn Cole

Mary Hocker

Serยงeani-ai-Arms .

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Nelson, Emma

Armstrong, Lucile

Gray, Cordelia

Parker, Kitty

Baker. Ruth

Gray, Ruth

Parks, Charline

Bertram. Ola Farley

Roberts. Celeste

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Chapman. Helen

Hermann, Norma Hocker, Mary Jenkins. Veda Long, Mildred

Cole, Katheryn

Marseilles, Alice

Dalton, Mary

Matthews, Virginia Moore, Catherine Morrow, Marian

Buck, Angelyn

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Garner, Margaret

Rullman. Fredericka RuLLMAN. Myrtle Shanklin, Laura Thornton, Rita Weber. Frances Wiles. Thelma

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OFFICERS Verna Henry

President

Dorothy Moser Miss Boyer

Secretary

and Treasurer Sponsor

MEMBERS Ammerman. Helen Barrett, Catherine Dickey. Mildred

Guthrie, Margaret

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Hansen, Thelma Henry. Verna

Litter, Irene Moser, Dorothy

Sharp. Virginia

Taylor. Eileen


OFFICERS President

LouELLA George

Vice-Hresident

Jetty Dbiggers

Secretary

Georcene N.celey Maxine Buffington Mrs. Lamb

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Sponsor

MEMBERS Buffington. Maxine Butts. Pauline

Colby. Mildred Drigcers. Jetty

Driggers.

Mary Ellen

George. Louella Hall.

BSiD

Keith. Lee.

Mauree Mary Louise

Mamie

Niceley. Georgene Norris. Inez Sale.

Mary

Sandlin, Eloise Scott. Mildred

Simpson. Annie C. Smith. Catherine Smith. Virginia

Vernor. Florence


Tennessee

Club

OFFICERS Margaret Gaines

President

Eva Robinson India Jones

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Vice-Presidenl Secretary

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Wells Mary Hoge

Tr*

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Serjeant-at-Arms

Chairman

Sarah Betterton Miss Hill

of Entertainment

Committee

Sponsor

MEMBERS

Hoge. Mary House. Annie James

Maxwell. Christine McComb. George McLemore, Willia McWilliams. Era McWilliams, Jim McWilliams. Lora McWilliams. Pearle

Sparks, Edna

Campbell, Judith

Howard, Margaret Hunter, Pauline Hyman, Helen

Cheshire. Thelma

Jones. India

Nelson, Vivian

Coggins. Elizabeth

Kirkpatrick. Mildrei

NoRRis. Vadis

Stephenson, Jessie Stuart. Eleanor

Davis, Barbara

LaFollette.

Newsom, Gladys

Sullivan. Marian

Davis. Catherine

Lehman. Esther LiGON. Amelia Love. Anne Greyson LowRANCE, Frances

Oliver. Lucile

Taylor. Allene

Anthony, Billie Baird.

Martha

Beard. Lucille

Betterton, Sarah Bond, Mildred

Byrn, Will Allen

DoNOHo. Mary Neal Eason, Sidney Fisher.

Gaines,

Edna Margaret

Griffin, Jamie

Haggard, Lucille

Haggarty. Bernice Hail,

Avon

Mary

Maddox, Daisie Mann. Elizabeth

Parker.

Mary

Salmon. Evelyn Seale.

Margaret

Sharp, Jama

Shelton. Lyda Sparks, Willie

May

Steed, Frances

Thomison.

Mary

Robinson, Eva

Webb, Lulie V. Weinbaum. Sylvia

Rogers, Elizabeth

Wells, Margaret

Price, Christine

Rogers,

Myra

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Sibyl Kell LuClLE WiTHERSPOON

Secretary

and Treasurer Hyphen Reporter .

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Miss Blythe

Sponsor

MEMBERS Alexander. Mary Ritchey Appman, Bessie Baker. Elizabeth Kathryn Baker. Mary Elizabeth Barker. Marie

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Schiwetz, Elizabeth

GossETT. Sara Graves. Laura Lee Hall. Elsie

Lane. Vivian Lucas. Frances Lucas, Louise Marks, Louise

Scott.

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Hamilton. Anna Harris. Eloise Harris. Frances Hearne. Marian Heberer. Anita Henderson. Mozelle Hervey. Beryl Hilgartner. Bertha

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Mary

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Perlstein. Eleanor

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Wessendorff, Marguerite White, Margaret White. Mildred Wilson. Mabel WiTHERSPOON. Lucile

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Ray. May Rosa Regensburger. Sarah RiDGEWAY. Myrtle Sams,

Ruby

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President Vice-President

Lucille Scott

and Treasurer

Secretary

Carline Stealey

Spo

Miss Ross

MEMBERS Bell, Lillian Fitch,

Mary

Hill, Jacquelyn

MacBane, Kathrvn

Morgan, Oretha Peery, Mildred Scoti. Lucille

Shanklin. Lucile Stealey, Carline Titus,

Mary

Todd, Lucile

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BRTH Embry 2

5

6 7

8

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Margaret Buell Martha Parman Annie Hadley Louise Hager Martha Laughinghouse Katherine Hadley Rachel Carpenter Celia Goldner

13

Josephine Smith

14

Helen Killebrew Annie Louise Wright Carolyne Jones Leta Mai Rowland Kathryn Thompson Mildred Bond

15

16 17

18 19

Vice-President

Marian Mathews Ruth Cowdf.n 3 Eugenia Moseley 4

Treasurer Secretary

20

Helen Darnell

35

21

Stanley Corn WELL Mary Agnes Schleicher Ruth Selley Catherine Spore Mildred Woolwine

36

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Virginia Grieser

Alice Hall Lindsey

54 55

Alberta Milliron MozELLE Stapp

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Barker

41

Hazel Shaw Ada Lee Bartlett

Lucille Holman Elizabeth House Alton Mai Johns

42

Elizabeth Liggett

57

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Madeline Underwood Edith Deering Sarah Hopkins Elizabeth Garner Ruby Reeves Mildred Hayes

58 59

Inez

Martha Rawls

32

Elizabeth Buckner Frances Butler

33

Madeline Meacham

34

Anita Shell

31

37

40

47

48 49

Virginia Pope

Leta Shaw Marie Sidebottom Edith Roberts Mary Neal Hibbett

Mary Wheeler Maury

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Rovene Murdock Elizabeth Lowry

Mary T. Price Martha Warner Mary B. Allison Mary Neville Hubbs Mary Muncie Mary King Alice Pickett Ruth Fain Gertrude Smith


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Lois 7

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Treasurer

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Katherine Greene 6

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Virginia 4

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President

Adine Lampton Catherine Sledge 2 3

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Hodge Mary Compton Thelma Prickett 8 9

Louise Lucas 10

Charlotte Marie Meeds Margaret Gaines 12 Annie Beth Crawford Katherine Roquemore 13 Marian Hutchinson 14 Mary Douthit 15 1

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Student Government FIRST SEMESTER 1

Marian Hutchinson Annie Beth Crawford 2 3 Elizabeth Woods 4 5

6

President

,

Vice-President

2d Vice-President

Louise Lucas

Secretary

Hodge May Rosa Ray

Lois

1

Treasurer Proctor

Jamie Griffin

Proctor

Katherine Greene Mary Compton 8

9 10

Proctor

Proctor

June Fisher

Proctor

SECOND SEMESTER Annie Beth Crawford May Rosa Ray 1

2

President

Vice-President

Margaret Tone Virginia Montgomery

2d Vice-President

3

4

5

Treasurer

Virginia Reticker 6

Secretary

Mary Hibner

Proctor

Jacquelyn Hill Lucy Hubst

Proctor

Irene Duffy Bernice Cole

Proctor

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Katheryn Cole

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2

May Rosa Ray

Chairman

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Elizabeth Embry 3

LuLiE Vaughan

Vice-Chairman

Webb

Secretary

MEMBERS 4

Willie McLemore

5

Elizabeth

Mead

6 7

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A

Morning With a Mistress

of

Art

^HE

girls begin to pour into Miss Ross' class-room and continue to straggle in for five or ten minutes after. bell "tolls" All eyes look to the front no Miss Ross! All eyes look Chairs are shuffled around and a hubbub is raised generally. to the back no Miss Ross! At this juncture an onlooker might begin to distinguish faint gleams of hope in the faces As the time passes, the gleam becomes stronger: five, ten and even thirteen minutes pass. One of these young ladies. At fourteen minutes after the bell had rung, just when the girls are really becoming hilarious. Miss notices joy now. appears. Faint sighs can be heard from various points of the room. Excuse me for being late. didn't hear the bell." "All ready, all ready, what's our work today? Looks of surprise and consternation are distinguishable everywhere. "Milton's 'Paradise Lost.' " says one girl bravely. " 'Paradise Lost' is it?" says Miss Ross. Thirty heads nod, signifying "it is." Milton Do we all enjoy him?" a great man was he? "Miss Scott, suppose you tell us a little about Miss Ross, 1 "Well." bravely begins Miss Scott, "he was born in (pause)— 1608 (substituted by a shining light of the class). can't think where he went to school, but he was a great poet and awfully good looking," murmurs Miss Scott. We see Miss Scott hasn't studied her lesson, don't we? Let's have volun"All right: who'll tell us something about Milton? Now raise your hands." Miss Ross waits a few minutes for her teers for this now. I feel like I ought to give all of you a chance. meaning to penetrate, but no hands appear. "Don't be backward now all right. Miss Davenport, you tell us about Milton." For the next few minutes we all listen to

I

some righteous knowledge of Milton. "We see Miss Davenport has studied her

We agree unanimously. lesson, don't we?" "Milton is just a little too big for us, is he? Does 'Paradise Lost' tire us just a little, mentally?" We all assent to this last statement with alacrity, "Good figures, is it? fine verse big. booming, rolling? ejaculates Miss Ross with fitting gestures. "Do we all want to know this poem, now? know it by heart mark passages, memorize stanzas?" The class assents to all these statements with an intelligent look, but very little else. "We'll all go to Europe some day. now won't we? and we'll all want to know something of this poem when we see Milton's birthplace, now won't we?" There does not seem to be a doubt in the minds of the students as to a future trip to Europe for each and every one of them. "Miss Ross, tell us something about Europe: it gives us a better idea of our work," pleads Miss Buchanan, who is always interested in hearing anything which helps her in her work (?). "Sometime we'll all look at postcards when we catch up with our work, is it? This time seems like the dim future, but we all have to be content with it." "Miss Ross." volunteers Miss Ray, falteringly, "don't you think Milton has been influenced by nature a good deal?" "Undoubtedly, undoubtedly. Do we see the same influence down through Wordsworth?

— —

"

'Thick as autumnal leaves that strew the brooks In Vallowbrossa. where the Eturian shades.

High overarched, embower:

booms Miss Ross while pacing

the floor.

"Fine

figure,

is it?

or scattered sedge,'

Romantic influence shown

in classical reference, is it?"


At

this point the class

wax eloquent

"Is there something fine in SatanP

A

sea of nodding heads

"Do we istic?

is

in pointing out numerous classical references and Are we interested in him?"

notice a similarity between Milton and Michel Angelo?

Suppose you do "1 don't exactly

fine figures.

again noticed. Will

some History

of

Art

girl

point out

some

similar character-

'

it. Miss Ray? know, but couldn't

it

be^," stammers Miss Ray. who

is

at that

moment

interrupted by Miss Ross.

'

"Good, good! They both use the Creation as a subject, is it? The whole class feels absolutely sure that "it is." "This poem is full of deep feeling, is it? — music? Miss Williams and Miss Douglas are talking, isn't "How much time have we?" There seem to be various opinions among the members of the class as to the amount of time left. "Could we spend a whole year on this poem? Do they give us too small an amount of time on such Miss Ross. "Miss Ross.

it?"

a great

work?" complains

we have time enough to hardly get into the feeling of it, do you?" inquires Miss Hughs. "Of course not. Certainly not huh. huh how can they expect you all to learn a world poem in an hour? Will we Will we all form clubs? leaders when we go home? Do we need a knowledge of this work?" I

don't think

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"That's

right, that's right;

huh,

I

forgot,

you must always remind me." says Miss Ross

to the

empty room.

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Forward!

Halt! Who

We, the editors of the 1918-1919 Annual leaving W.-B.'s tale You, the student body, wanted this year's tale in memoriam so you chose us That choice was an honor thru the fact you judged us capable of to publish it for you. Work it has been, but we were ready to serve. You were ready also; therethe work. this Annual. An fore, thru cooperation of both students and faculty we accomplished this result Annual is not the work of the editors, but the workmanship of the editors on the material furnished by the students. Roast the Annual, pick on the staidness, if you as one of the student body did your Edit one yourself and you'll take all the aspirin Mrs. Lester has in the infirmary. part. ilALT!

behind

goes there?

us.

—

There have been drawbacks to consider because of the increase in cost of material, engraving and publishing, and the general rise in all expenses. Our financial affairs have been hard to keep above water level, nevertheless, we have done so by reducing the number of pages and by using We hope you like it. May it always be a pleasant all the available funds and here is your Annual. reminder of your days here.

But what

is

that rumbling of

drums

in the distance? "

"Return

to

your post, Halt! "

"Aye, Aye,

Sir.

Forward, march, 1919-1920. Bring with you a gloriously peaceful new year with a new order, a new vigor for service, and may your new spirit in W.-B. be as fine as the old. We did our best, need we repeat, and if this Annual isn't the best W.-B. has had you chose the wrong staff to do the work.

With sympathy and good wishes

1919-1920 editors as well as students, "1919-1920, Forward!"

for

we

abdicate.


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Main

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BETTER GROCERIES AT

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Nashville, Tenn.

NASHVILLE, TENN.

Telephone Main 2002

J.

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GLENN

206 Union Street


STANDARD MUSIC COMPANY (Arcade Music Shop)

Anything

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For Music Teacher, Music Student and Music Lover

Headquarters for the Late Musical Comedy

and Popular Hits

Phone Main 2886

29

ARCADE

Nashville, Tenn.


Telephone

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Main

617

f>or

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O.

DANIEL. Mgr.

Everything for Beauty's care

—

Slipper polish, pins for your hair,

ANDERSON FISH

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Choice as any you will find;

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know

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will bear

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Lady's

taste

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P.O. Box

JUST THREE BLOCKS

122 21st

AVENUE, SOUTH

DOWN ACKLEN'

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289


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Store with the Reputation for

DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE And

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little

less

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PHONE MAIN

In the Heart of the Business Section 2001/2

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MODISTE

4103

CAPITOL BOULEVARD. CORNER CHURCH STREET

WARD-BELMONT'S FAVORITE CANDY

Made

Daily

in a

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for a

Discriminating Patronage Mail Orders Filled the Same

323

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Received

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l35-8 8th

Av

..

Phone Main 2688

N.

Milliners

Prompt

Service, Best Materials,

Excellent Work

Dress Makers

Workmanship

Tailors

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Called tor and Delivered

by Auto

and

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PHONE M 4963

Specially Featured Nashville, Tenn.

723 Church St.

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P.

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North 39

SPLENDID CUTLERY WRIGHT & DITSON'S TENNIS GOODS SPORTING GOODS AND

BATHING SUITS 502-A Church

St.

Nashville, Tenn.

Best Factory

Brand

of Everything in

Our Line


John Bouchard

&

Sons

Company

MACHINISTS Brass

and

Iron

Founders

Steam and Hot Water Heating

New

and Second Hand Machinery Mill Supplies

Eleventh Avenue and Harrison Street, Nashville, Tenn. Telephones: Main 2510, Main 5490


New

New

Shop

Goods

Spring Wearing Apparel is

now complete for Ladies and Misses

Come

look whether you buy or not

Mannie Milder La Next

to

Princess Theatre


Thompson FIFTH AVENUE.

& Co.

NASHVILLE. TENN.

The newest Silks. White and Colored

Goods

in plain and embroidered styles. White Mulls, Cambrics. Batistes and Linens

SILK HOSE A SPECIALTY CORSET FITTING A SPECIALTY HERE

PHONE MAIN T739

Ladies' Sporting

Goods and Accessories

Nashville's Leading Clothiers Since 1843

Mttnt\:\ i3rg Ill

Cl^amng Co.

EIGHTH AVENUE.

416-422 Church Street Next

CLEAN WORK

REASONABLE PRICES

to

Maxwell House


CHOICEST OF CUT FLOWERS AT ALL SEASONS

PAINTS If it's

FINISHES

a surface to be painted, enamel-

any way, Quality Kind to fit

ed, Stained or Finished in there's an

Acme

Geny

Brothers

the purpose.

"Save

the surface

and you Save

all'

ACME WHITE LEAD AND COLOR WORKS 304 Second Ave., N., Nashville

Leading

Florists

Phone Main 2154

Remember Us When You Need That Corsage Bouquet

212 Fifth

Avenue

Phones Main 912-913


H.

J. The Store

GRIMES & CO. that Saves

You Money on

all

Purchases of

READY-TO-WEAR

CARPETS AND FINE

IRISH LINENS

AND ALL KINDS OF

FINE

DRY GOODS 215

PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN.


Bernstein 5

1

2

Company

DALLAS

M. VILLINES

Art Store

Church Street

NASHVILLE, TENN. 28 Arcade, Nashville, Tenn.

WE carry the following

NOVELTY JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS special designers of

Gold and Platinum Jewelry

KNOW

O UR

(19 19)

US

STYLES

are quite the Smartest

Showing of FOOTWEAR ever produced and at

—

MODERATE PRICES

Maxwell House Shoe Co. Established 1869.

517

Telephone Main 821

CHURCH STREET

Artist Materials

Oil

and Water Colors

Embroidery Materials College Pennants and

Stencil Outfits

Picture Framing

WALTER

Pillows

Hashburg Roman Gold

L.

TANNER

Proprietor Artist Materials Department


COMPLIMENTS OF

"Vito" Orchestra

MEAT

You want first-class

IF n

you can that

mnwoin

we have

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mnt

Herb rick

& Lawrence

Plumbers

and Electricians

assured

rest

mn

no

it i

CALL AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF

& Son

Alex Warner

Electric

Artistic

Statuary.

Stall 17

Chandeliers.

Lamps,

Heating

Pads. Thermolytes. Chafing Dishes, Irons. Grills. Percolators, Curling Irons. Toasters, etc. Artistic

Market House

Marble and

Bronze.

All

kinds

of

Supplies. IVe mak.e a Specialty of Repairing

Phone us when you want

it

again

607

CHURCH STREET

NASHVILLE, TENN.


THE ITZRNAL MASCULINl AND FIMININI

WHAT THE WOMAN SEES

WHAT THE M5N SEES F'ljnan

l^omiu


Crone

& JacJ^son

The Electric

Table

Grill "

On

the

Square

"

f J

This Grill Stove

?

fries,

toasts,

broils,

stews

—

will

cook an entire meal

Quality and Service Grocers

for

two or three people at

the dining table

— two

cooking operations at the

same

time.

Has

four dif-

ferent degrees of heat.

See our complete assort-

ment of reasonably-priced Electrical Appliances.

Nashville Railway & Light Co. 605 CHURCH STREET


Quality

CARBOIL

Service

Peace Restored

Stops pain of

Boil. Carbuncle. Felonminutes. Repeated appiicatiom give results in 48 hours. ALSO RECOMMENDED FOR ABSCESSES CHRONIC SORES in five

PILES

-

ITCH

-

Since the world began Qaality and Price have been waging a relentless warfare. We have found the permanent solution

TETTER

CUTS-BURNS-BRUI5E5

23 CENTS A y-PURLOCK-NEAL

CO.,

BOX AT D£AL£/?3

They now

dwell to-

store in perfect

harmony.

of their differences.

WRITE rOR FREE SAMPLE AiAmVILUE, TENN.

gether in our

new

Quality Furniture Can now be secured at prices formerly charged for inferior grades. Period styles let us tell you are indeed interesting

Whiting's Fine Writing Paper

Greeting Cards /or All Occasions

The Dennison Line

0/

about them and explain our proposition.

Crepe Paper Material

And Other Novelties Unique Gifts for All Occasions

MONTGOMERY & CO. South 's Largest Exclusive Furniture Store

Smith & 808

NASHVILLE

Lamar

BROADWAY Style

Economy


MAXWELL

Timothy's

HOUSE

on Third Avenue near the Square sell

M«idd4

Carpets, Curtains

and Rugs

and are headquarters

FOR THE BEST TABLES

Silks

for

and Suits

Warner Drug Company COTVS HOUBIGANTS MELBA

Nashville, Tennessee 506 Church Street

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES ALWAYS FRESH

401 Public Square

HUDNUTS D'JER KISS FIVER'S

ROGER

and

SODAS AND GALLET'S

-- Telephones

RIMMEL'S DORIN'S COLGATE'S PINAUD'S and

Main

52

and 53

ICES

Main 473 and 483

TOILET GOODS

others

Drugs

Prescriptions

Sundries


WE ALWAYS SHOW THE

F.

G.

Lowe & Co.

NEWEST STYLES FIRST

NASHVILLE, TENN.

Largest Receivers and

Shippers of Foreign and Domestic

Fruits

and

Vegetables

Early Southern Vegetables a Specialty.

Guptons Shoe Store

We carry

on hand from season to season a larger stock of high grade Apples than

any house

in the South.

WE ARE HEADQUARTERS ^^-^

KING

'

220 Fifth Avenue.

North

APPLES™" of

FRUITS

Eat an Apple a day and

k.eep the

Doctor away.'

— AppUology

"Something

New Most

Every Day"


HOTEL HERMITAGE R. E.

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Hyde, Manager

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NASHVILLE'S SOCIAL CENTER

Fire

Proof

European

$2.00 Per

Day and Up


The

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Algebra, Greek and

would have been tedious indeed were it Latin

B.

H.

Stief Jewelry Co.

DIAMOND MERCHANTS SILVERSMITHS

STATIONERS OPTICIANS

not for the cheer that

JEWELERS

CORNER CAPITOL BOULEVARD NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE STIEF'S

CHURCH

The beauty about our

business

is

FloWeTS

ST.,


/'^UR

^^ is

wagon, loaded with

the finest fruits that

grow

\\/e

take this

waiting out under the old

oak

tree for you.

:

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A. DeMatteo Phone;M. 4550

:

:

& Son

opportunity to extend to

187 8th Ave., N.

mont our sincere wishes

the graduates at

their future happiness; all

CREAM, CAKES AND FRAPPE

in

to

their interest

our welfare.

^

Sidehottoms Phon 2 Main 345

for

and

our friends at the College

many thanks for IC E

all

Ward-Bel-

145 6th Ave., N.

R.

M

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MILLS'

BOOK STORES



BRANDON PRINTING

COMPANY NASHVILLE TENNESSEE

OUR MANY PATRONS

THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH WILL GLADLY TESTIFY

CONCERNING THE QUALITY AND SERVICE

The very best

in

all

School Printing— Catalogues, Diplomas, An-

nuals, Announcements, Engraved

invi-

work completed entirely under one supervision. Origi-

tations.

All

nating, Designing, Engraving, Lithographing

Printing, Binding



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