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FACULTY John Diell Blanton, B.A., LL.D. John Wynne Barton, M.A., LL.D.

President

Vice President

Dean

Principal of

.

.

....

M.A.

Irvin,

Mrs. J. W. Charlton Mrs. Solon E. Rose Mrs. Elizabeth Plaskett E. O.

.

L

.

.

.

English

George Peabody College for Teachers

Ordway

English

Ph.B., University of Chicago; Peabody College for Teachers L.

Hay

George

M.A.,

English, History

Ph.B., University of Chicago

French

B.A.. Elmira College; Special Certificate. University de Lausanne Graduate Work, University of Chicago ;

.

Assistants

.

K.

Gladys Brooks

of Residence

)

Bertha M. Ruef

French Vassar College; M.A., Vassar College; Diplome de professeur de francais, Universite

J

Mary Neal Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Dean

Souby

.

High School

HOME DEPARTMENT Edna

Martha

Vera

B.A., M.A.

Annie Clayrrooke Allison.

S.

B.S., M.A.,

President

Andrew Bell Benedict .... Thomas D. D. Quaid, M.A

Susan

A.B.,

\

de Toulouse

Tate

/

G. Hall Mary Lee Jeter Charlie D. McComb

Allen

Evelyn Ferry B.A., Mount Holyoke

;

French Graduate Work, Univer-

de Grenoble, France, one year Smith College, one year Middlebury School of French site

Minnie Powell

;

;

Mrs. Bona A. Nichols Mrs. Hazle Padgett Miss Lida Eddins

)

Chapcroi

-

3

Agnes Amis

French

B.A., Vanderbilt University Student in France M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers ;

Susan Childress Rucker Ruby Van Hooser Bible and .

Graduate Nurse

.

Religious Education B.A., Athens College; Special Student, Scarritt Graduate StuCollege for Christian Workers dent, University of Chicago, Columbia Univer-

Lucy

L.

Fountain

;

sity

Bible and Religious Education Oscie A. Sanders B.A., Rice Institute; M.A., University of Chicago

Biology

Student, University of Michigan Michigan Biological Station and Marine Biological Station, Venice, Cal. B.A.,

M.A.,

;

Dorothy Elizabeth Nelson Biology and Physiology B.A., University of Iowa State College

;

Graduate Work, Iowa

.

.

Annie Claybrooke Allison

Latin M.A., George Peabody College for TeachGraduate Work, University of Chicago

.

.

B.A.,

University University

Sadie

of

Chicago

of

Kansas

;

M.A.,

Harmon

B.A., University of Nebraska

Thomas

B.

Latin M.A.,

;

University

Donner

Spanish ;

M.A., South-

ern Methodist University

Thelma Campbell

Spanish ;

Student, Vanderbilt University

.

.

B.S.,

Caroline Leavell

History Columbia

;

Olive Carter Ross

.

.

.

English, Art History

Graduate Student, M.A., Columbia Univer-

B.A., University of Nashville

Vanderbilt University

;

;

sity

Theodora Cooley Scruggs B.A., Wellesley College versity

;

English M.A., Vanderbilt Uni-

B.S., Vanderbilt University

University

M.A.,

;

Wilmoth Dinning

History

Randolph-Macon Woman's College

B.A.,

Gertrude Casebier History B.A., Western Kentucky State Teachers' College Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University ;

Frances E. Church

Ellene Ransom

English

Graduate B.A., M.A., Vanderbilt University Student, Columbia University and Yale Univer;

sity

Librarian

B.A., Missouri State Teachers' College Graduate Student, Illinois University, Columbia University ;

Nellie Pyle Miser

Anna Pugh

Latin Columbia

Loretta Chenoweth History B.A., M.A., Northwestern University; Graduate

Economics and Sociology George Peabody College for Teachers M.A., University of Chicago .

Martha Annette Cason

Assistant in Chemistry

B.S., University of Missouri

Ellen Wallace

B.S., ers ;

B.A., University of Arkansas Graduate Student, Universidad Nacional de Mexico

Ph.G., D.Sc, Vanderbilt University .

German

.

Chemistry

W. H. Hollinshead Catherine Berry

.

.

B.S. and M.A., Vanderbilt University

B.A., East Texas Teachers' College

Assistant in Biology Jessie Lee French B.S., M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers .

Barnard College

A.B.,

Margaret Roberson Hollinshead

.

Alma Hollinger

;

French

.

English

.

B.A., University of Arkansas M.A., University of Chicago Graduate Student, Columbia Univer-

B.A., Huron College sity of Chicago

Mathematics Graduate Student, Univer-

;

;

;

sity

Louise Loretz Herron Vanderbilt University

B.S.,

University

English ;

Linda Rhea

M.A.,

Columbia English

Vanderbilt University B.S., M.A., Columbia University M.A., Vanderbilt University

Elizabeth Lowry

Mathematics

B.A., Tennessee College College for Teachers

;

M.A., George Peabody

Robbie Allison Shackleford B.A., Vanderbilt University

.

.

Mathematics

Nelle Major

;

B.S.,

Mathematics George Peabody College for Teachers

;

Katharine V. Lydell

English

A.B., Wellesley College

Adelaide Merrill Drew English B.A., Mount Holyoke College; M.A., Radcliffe College

Mary Rachel Norris B.A., M.A., Bryn Mawr .

Thomas

D. D. Quaid

.

.

Psychology, Education College

.

Psychology, Education

B.A., M.A., University of Oklahoma Graduate Student, George Peabody College for Teachers ;


FACULTY Martha Crockett A.B., Vanderbilt of Pennsylvania

School Tutor M.A., University

University;

Piano

Graduate, Beethoven Conservatory, St. Louis Pupil of Arthur Foote and B. J. Lang, Boston three years in Paris with M. Moszkowski and ;

Mattye Smalling Thompson

Secretarial Course

.

B.S., M.A., George Peabody College for TeachSpecial Commercial Student at Simmons ers ;

College

Foods and Cookery M.S., University of Wisconsin

Elisabeth Sutherland B.S.,

Kavanaugh Leftwich

Alice

Helen Elizabeth Cobb

.

.

Textiles

.

University of Wisconsin State Agricultural College B.S.,

and Clothing Kansas

M.A.,

;

Wager Swayne Hazel Coate Rose

Piano

Pupil of William H. Sherwood, Glenn Dillard Gunn, Victor Heinze formerly Teacher of Piano, Cosmopolitan School of Music, Indianapo;

lis,

Ind.

Estelle Roy-Schmitz

Piano

Pupil of S. B. Mills, Harold van Mickwitz, Joseffy, and Lhevinne, New York Silvio Scionti, Chicago Otto Nietzel and Steinhauer, Germany ;

Frances

G.

Swenson

;

Assistant in

Home Economics

Amelie Throne

Iowa State College

B.S.,

Mary Wynne Shackelford

;

Director School of Art Graduate, Art Academy of Cincinnati Graduate, Pratt Institute, Department of Fine and Applied Special Student, New York School of Arts Fine and Applied Arts in New York and in Paris ;

;

Louise Gordon Graduate of the Applied Arts

Art

New York

Piano

Pupil of Maurice Aronson, Vienna Josef Lhevinne, Berlin Sigismund Stojowski, New York

School of Fine and

Gulnar Kheiralla

Art

Bachelor of Art Education, Art Institute, Chicago Student, University of Chicago

;

Mary Douthit

Piano

Graduate, Ward-Belmont School of Music Pupil Lawrence Goodman, Harold von Mickwitz, and Sigismund Stojowski ;

of

Clemence Thuss Graduate, Ward-Belmont Conservatory

Henry

years,

Wesson

S.

;

Graduate

Pauline Sherwood Townsend Director School of Expression

Graduate, New England Conservatory Postgraduate, Boston School of Expression Special Courses in New York, Chicago, and Boston ;

;

Catharine A. Winnia

Expression Graduate, Vanderbilt School of Expression Special Academic Student, Vanderbilt University and George Peabody College for Teachers Student, Pauline Sherwood Townsend ;

Piano

of Music ; Institute of Musical Arts, New York ; Pupil of Estelle Roy-Schmitz, Sigmund Herzog, Louise Robyn, Silvio Scionti

three

and

Postgraduate,

New York

Pipe Organ Guilmant Organ

Special Pupil of William C. Carl, W. I. Nevins, and Clement R. Gale, of New York Substitute Organist one summer for William C. Carl in First Presbyterian Church, New York three years Organist in the Church of the Holy Apostles (Episcopal), New York City School, of

;

;

;

Stetson Humphrey Director, Voice Department Graduate, Columbia University and Rochester Conservatory of Music Private Work in Europe and America under Heinrich Jacobsen, of Dresden and Vienna De Reske Studios, of Paris Ludwig Wuhlner and Max Heinrich, of Berlin Signor Morille, of Milan and Signor Tanara, Caruso's Coach formerly Director of Boston Music School, and Director of Fine Arts Department, Choate School .

;

Emma

Sisson

I.

Director School of Physical Education Graduate, Sargent School of Physical Education and of Gilbert Normal School for Dancing Student, Harvard Summer School and Columbia University Special Student in Corrective Gymnastics, Children's Hospital, Boston .

.

.

.

;

;

.

Physical Training, Athletics,

.

Swimming

Diploma from Possee Gymnasium, Boston Special Student, Chaliff School, New York, and Co;

lumbia University

Jane Cabling Graduate, Ward-Belmont School

;

B.S.,

Riding Univer-

Wisconsin

sity of

Dancing

Graduate, Savage School of Physical Education Graduate, Vestoff Serova School of Dancing, Artists' and Teachers' Courses

;

Mary M. McEttrick

Swimming

Graduate, Bouve School of Physical Education

Warwick

;

;

Helen Todd Sloan

Voice

Pupil of George Deane, Boston Florence, Nashville

Irene Crane

Italy

;

;

Gaetano

Isidore BragS.

Luca,

de

Humphrey

Voice

Studied at Boston University, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston School of Music Private Work in Europe two years under Manno and Castellano in Milan and Morelli in London Private Work in America under Stetson Humphrey and Oscar Saengar formerly with Philadelphia Grand Opera Company ;

;

Assistant in Athletics and Graduate, Ward-Belmont School

Swimming

Kenneth Rose

Margaret Frierson Hall

Violin

Pupil of McGibeny, Indianapolis Arthur Hartmann, Paris George Lehmann, Berlin Souky, Prague formerly teacher, Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis, and Concert Master, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra ;

Assistant in

Lawrence Goodman

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

giotti,

Evelyn Jantzer

Julia

;

;

;

Florence N. Boyer

Catherine E. Morrison .

;

Gymnasium

;

;

;

Director School of Piano

.

Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson, Josef Lhevinne, and Sigismund Stojowski Student at Ferrucio Busoni's Master School for Pianists, Basel, SwitScholarship Pupil, Peabody Conservazerland tory of Music, Baltimore, Md. formerly Teacher of Piano, Von Ende School of Music, New York has concertized extensively in United City States Duo Art Recordings ;

;

;

;

;

Louise Best Piano Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson and Sigismund Stojowski Pupil at Sterns University, Berlin Pupil of Rudolph Ganz Theoretical Courses in the ;

;

;

Institute of Musical Arts,

New York

....

Lawrence H. Riggs

Musical Sciences

Rhodes Scholar at Oxford B.A., Beloit College University, England Summer Courses Chicago Musical College, Northwestern University School of Music, and American Institute of Normal Methods Graduate, American Institute of Nor;

:

;

;

mal Methods

Mary Venable Blythe

Sight Playing and Piano Graduate, St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio Pupil .

;

of von Mickwitz and Harry Redman, land Conservatory

New

Eng-


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SENIORS Dorothy Harrison Cate, Seniors

!

'30

See our banners flying,

With their

stripes of white

and

gold,

In the whisp'ring breeze that softly Stirs each graceful silken fold

White that stands for truth and beauty, Love and faith unbroken yet Gold that bids us do our duty,

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Conquer disappointments met. Proudly, then, we stand and dauntless,

Where have

stood those gone before,

i

Holding in our care traditions

Handed down from days of

yore.

Then, when Senior days have ended

And new

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We

when we have gone. like Arthur's knights with armour gleaming, trust to guard

Pressing onward, brave and bold,

We

ÂŁ

shall leave to other Seniors

Our So,

duties call us on,

shall seek the Grail of

Wisdom

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SENIORS DOROTHY BLACK

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OrchesPresident Senior-Middle Class, '28-'29 President tra, '28-'29, '29-30 Glee Club, '28-'29 Senior Class, '29-'30 President Orchestra, '29-'30 Choir, '29-'30 Advisory Board, '29-'30. ;

;

;

;

;

;

black chiffon thin teacups and a wafers tiny frosted cakes a faint perfume violin heard in the distance.

White candles

;

;

;

;

;

ISOBEL GOODLOE

Angkor

Sophomore

President

Class,

'26-'27

Bowling

;

Treasurer Day Student Council, '26-'27 Advertising Manager of Hyphen, '27-'28 Vice President President Angkor Club, '28-'29 Hockey Manager, '29-'30 Senior Class, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '30.

Manager,

'26-'27

;

;

;

;

;

Old-fashioned gardens lavender and white big lace picture hats dreams. ;

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violet sachet

;

VIRGINIA BACON Bronze

ยง

;

X. L.

green willow trees a riding Carthaginian garden tapistry

a Titian

rock

a

;

;

'29-'30.

Treasurer Senior Class, habit roses

lilacs

;

;

;

;

;

old English silver.

;

DOROTHY CATE

Triad

Hyphen

Reporter, '28-'29 Secretary Triad Club, SecreAssociate Editor Hyphen, '29-'30 Day Student Editor Senior Class, '29-'30

'28-'29

tary

;

;

;

;

Hyphen,

'29-'30

Wordsmith,

;

'28-'29-'30.

Lazy summer days brown velvet and old lace a squirrel a a log cabin, hidden in the woods bed of pansies. :

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DOROTHY BURDETTE

F. F.

Active Member President Illinois Club, '29-'30 Athletic Association, '29 Glee Club, '29-'30. ;

;

Excitement a bad child tennis rackets sea-green water giggles a white sail.

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;

smocks

;

;

;

MARY COMER

F. F.

President Alabama Club, '28-'29 President F. F. Advisory Board, '29-'30. Club, '29-'30 ;

;

An a

easel covered with splashes of bright color

Southern

ring

;

drawl

;

house

parties

;

a

;

fraternity

"L'Heure Bleu."

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X. L.

President X. L. Club, Athletic Association, '30

Old lace tapestries backed chairs a cameo ;

Active Member Advisory Board, '29-'30.

'29-'30 ;

;

wine-red velvet on

;

;

window

a casement

;

;

highcan-

dles.

...

EUGENIA BROWN Secretary-Treasurer

French Club,

Monks

Club,

X. L. '29-'30

'28-'29-'30.

in supplication; fur

carved ivory

...

Oklahon

Spanish moss

;

;

on a circular skirt; a white sailboat.

MARIANNA BROWN

Agora

Secretary Eastern Club, '29-'30 Club, '29-'30

Secretary Agora

;

Martha Washington,

;

'30.

Blue collars and cuffs a yellow sweater chipa loon call at night bookshelves firelight. ;

munks

;

;

;

;

AMANDA CALDWELL

Ariston

Day Student Treasurer Senior-Middle Class, '28'29 Milestones Day Student Business Manager, ;

'28-'29

President Athletic Association, '29-'30 Varsity Basketball, '30 Varsity Volley Ball, '30 Varsity Hockey, '30 Varsity Bowling, '30. ;

;

;

;

;

Basketball a slim poplar tree a canoe shooting rapids campfircs glowing in the dusk Galahad. ;

;

;

;

....

NANCY BELLE CAMPBELL Brownies

leather jackets school dances striped pajamas "rainy-day pal." ;

mittens

;

;

;

Ariston

military crisp fall days a ;

;

CAROL COMBS

X. L.

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haughty mannequins pouring tea Style shows on a summer afternoon aristocracy satin dresses ;

;

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;

grace.

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VIRGINIA LOU SAMPLE

Penta Tau

General Proctor, '29 Proctor Pembroke, '29 Treasurer Penta Tau Club. '29-'30 Active MemWandering Blues, ber Athletic Association, '30 ;

;

;

'28-'29-'30.

Gene Austin records Student Tuck-in skirts Council imps darting about like sunbeams on dusty windowpanes. ;

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;

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LEUNA TATHAM

.

.

Agora

.

Advisory Board,

President Agora Club, '29-'30 '29-'30.

mischief Daring revealing evening dresses shining brown hair wild flowers canoes outdoor ;

;

;

;

life.

DOROTHY WALLACE Starched aprons fortable farmhouses

W.

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$

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Agora

U. long, low, comstrawberries daffodils. C. T.

;

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ANDREWS

VIRGINIA

Del Ver

Custodian Del Vers, '29-'30 Glee Club, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30. ;

Maple leaves smoke French windows a ling stone wall cat-calls a wedgewood urn leather bayberries. ;

;

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crumbtooled

;

;

CHARLOTTE BARTLESON French Club,

Autumn

;

X. L.

'29-'30.

red velvet and white rhinestones larkuniforms a blue leather jacket

spur at dusk

;

;

;

calendars.

MILDRED BISHOP

Anti-Pandora

Treasurer Anti-Pandora Club, '29-30.

Walnuts apple blossoms a a still, moonless night shawl a stiletto. ;

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white

furs

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Anti-Pandora

Anti-Pandora Club, '29-'30 Active Athletic Association, '30 Advisory Board, Varsity Volley Ball, '30.

President

Member '29-'30

;

;

;

Satin

slippers

dinner

;

shaggy black spaniel feet

;

toe

;

guests

marcasite

slippei

;

a

flying

slim,

;

grace.

ALICE MEYER

Osiron

Oklahoma Club, '29-'30 Glee Secretary Glee Club, '29-'30 President Osiron, '29 Choir, '29-'30. President

'28-'29-'30

Club,

;

;

;

Vice

;

Tiffany and cut-steel buckles onyx rings set in marcasite grand opera executive ability. ;

;

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AMELIA MOORE

Osiron

Tall grass bending in the breeze candlelight at tea a painted fan a Southern Woman's Club. ;

;

;

MARTHA OZEE

Anti-Pandora

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Short, red dresses, with gay-colored bandanas a merry-go-round ripe, red apples Four Clubs. ;

;

DOROTHY SCHULTZ

H

F. F.

Clean middies a high dive one tall tree against the skyline a cool, fresh drink limes. ;

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;

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HELEN SELDOMRIDGE Treasurer F. F. Club, '29-'30

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Hyphen

Reporter,

k

'29-'30.

Raisin cookies a new set of bowls, with bright, blue bands steadiness the stuff that dreams are made of a windy day. ;

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Penta Tau Club,

Penta Tau Choir, '29-'30 Treasurer President Texas Club, ;

;

'29-'30

;

'29-'30.

Red book covers lows

white canoes and green Pierrette Chinese jade

;

lamplighters

;

;

;

pil;

on

tiptoe.

CAROLYN DECKER -<

Leopard coats near

villas

the

;

Osiron

France black hats, with veils Mediterranean chocolate drops ;

;

;

poodles.

LOUISE HUDDLESTON Glee Club, '28-'29

Hyphen Reporter,

;

Y.

A. K.

W.

C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30

;

'29-'30.

Black chiffon dresses and tentment fairy tales little good grades.

crystal

tea

girls'

;

;

beads

conparties ;

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LOUISE HOLLINGSWORTH

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Osiron

wild roses painted cool verandas Clear water on an old portrait a blue glass spoon. ;

;

;

RACHEL HOLLAND

Agora

Vice President North Proctor of Senior, '29. Hollyhocks

;

Rose

in

Bloom

;

poster

twilight loyalty four chairs gray velvet. ;

Carolina

;

Club,

soft

beds

'29-'30

lavender and and chintz

;

HELEN HART

F. F.

Treasurer Nebraska Club,

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meaning

china

;

ples

charm.

;

;

green silence

'29-'30.

ink yellow and white twinkling eyes and dim;

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SENIORS FRANCES COOPER '28-'29

Glee Club, Club, '28-'29.

Fresh fruit tains

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;

A. K. '28-'29

Orchestra,

;

French

;

blue and white china ; ruffled cura straight line shineness. ;

JOAN CLINTON

T. C.

Blue-flowered chiffon a wax doll pale-pink canbaby's breath a crocheted shawl. ;

dles

;

;

;

REBECCA CLENDENING

Triad

Day Student Editor Milestones,

Assistant

'29-

'30.

French poetry long organdy dresses tiny yellow rosebuds "The Doll Dance ;" afternoon tea on the terrace "L'Aimant." ;

;

;

;

ESTHER CONGER

Osiron

Secretary Kansas Club, '29-'30 C.

A.,

Board,

'29-'30 '29-'30.

French

;

Club,

President Y.

;

'29-'30

Stained-glass windows organ the evening narcissus ;

music a deep white chiffon ;

;

river in coolness.

;

MARGARET CORWIN Wordsmith,

'29-'30

;

W.

Advisory

;

Osiron

Copy Reader Hyphen.

'29-

'30.

Nordic legends white sand and blue water red bathing suits and surf boards; blue ice; a flash of color the Bohemian Art Center. ;

;

;

SARA ELIZABETH COTTRELL

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Organdy aprons pink satin slippers food cake cream puffs white frosting. ;

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SENIORS MALAVON DENNIS

A. K.

Orchestra, '28-'29-'30

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30.

;

Starched curtains a

meadow

lark

black letters on white pages ; jonquils yellow china an aster.

;

;

;

;

ELIZABETH ELLIOTT

Tri-K.

Second Vice President Student Council, '29 Treasurer Tri-K. Club, '29-'30 Y. W. C. A. Cab:

;

inet. '30 ;

'29-'30

;

Active

Member

Varsity Hockey,

Athletic Association,

'30.

Rain at night white ice a rocky shore blue water and a Jantzen bathing suit a husky laugh charm. ;

;

;

;

;

PAULINE FELDER

Triad

Orange sweaters and sox a tiny stream steadily winding its way to the sea daisy fields a European travel party. ;

;

;

ROSE FLENTYE

Tri-K.

George Washington, '29-'30

;

'29

;

Y.

W.

C.

A. Cabinet,

Orchestra, '29-'30.

Paris shops smart luggage, with foreign sticka mannequin in Vogue Saks Fifth Avenue. ;

ers

;

;

MARION GAIRING Active

Member

F. F.

Athletic

Association,

'30

Glee

;

Club, '29-'30.

Blue knitted suits, with wooden beads jumping Deauville sandals. jacks carnivals straw ;

;

;

ANN GAIRING Active

Member

;

.

.

.

Athleti*

"Sophomore Prom

Association,

'30.

orange bathing suits tobogganing on a crisp winter day woolly sox ;"

;

;

dogs.

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SENIORS MARY EMILY GARVEY

X. L.

Glee Club. '28-'29-'30 Choir, '29-'30 ident X. L. Club, '29-'30. ;

;

Vice Pres-

Pink rosebud bouquets green grass growing on hill in the sun old lace blue porcelain. :

a

%

warm

:

;

ELIZABETH GERST Sport

mums

cars

football

;

fur

;

Eccowasin

coats

games

;

dignity

chrysanthe-

;

autumn.

;

ELIZABETH GILBERT Active

Member

A. K.

Athletic Association,

'30.

Musical comedies "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ;" Blue Steele's Orchestra house parties Buick road;

;

;

sters.

MARY GOSS

Del Ver

President Minnesota Club, '29-'30

French Club,

;

'28-'29-'30.

Snake-skin shoes school-girl complexion green suits S. A. E. house parties. ;

;

dark-

;

HARRIET GRAYBILL Orchestra, '28-'29

Rag

dolls

;

;

T. C.

Glee Club, '29-'30.

tap dancing Kansas plains checked Red Riding Hood stick candy ;

gingham rompers

;

;

;

;

a long mirror.

HELEN GREENE

A. K.

Hyphen Reporter, '28-'29 French Club, '28-'29 President of A. K. Club, '29-'30 Advisory Board, ;

;

;

'29-'30.

Jazz

;

fast time

and whirling figures horses and camping; mischief; speeding ;

red riding jackets; roadsters.

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SENIORS LORAINE GREGORY Glee Club, '29-'30

X. L. '30.

Choir,

;

Finger waves portrait of an old-fashioned lady moires conservative pleasure sleepy villages a white cottage. ;

;

;

;

;

SUSAN GROVER

X. L.

President Kentucky Club, '29-'30.

Representative of the Old South darkies croonplantations ing spirituals going to a ball in a coach with white horses. ;

;

;

MARCELLA HAMILTON

Ariston

Sunlight through amber

bunch of autumn leaves

;

;

a tiger

wind

a fall

;

;

cat tails ; a gold paint.

? RUTH HAGGENJOS

Penta Tau

Sunday-school entertainments charity bazaars jars filled with spice cookies Y. W. C. A. workers the honor roll.

./

;

;

;

;

ROBERTA HARRINGTON Active

Member

Ariston

Athletic Association, '30.

Green satin evening gowns talk around a tea soft velvet on a winding stair. ;

table

;

ELOISE HAWKINS

./

Osiron

Glee Club, '29-'30.

Texas cowboys large porches

;

;

rambling frame houses,

hospitality

;

ouija boards

;

with

fortune-

tellers.

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SENIORS FRANCES HOFFMAN

T. C.

President Missouri Club, '28 General Proctor, Active Member Athletic Association, '30 President Student Council, '29-'30. ;

'29

;

A

colonial

sunshine

staircase

on

;

a

windows

tall

beloved queen bright the Woman's Club ;

;

;

rare old china.

BONNIE HOWARD

Triad

Secretary Triad Club,

Spring starlight eampfires

;

'29-'30.

haunting dreams a glow of sweet wood violets satisfying compan;

;

;

ionship.

y)

NELL HOUSLEY

Triad

Black georgette evening dresses diamondstudded heels orange and black roadsters June proms. ;

;

;

MARTHA HUNT

Penta Tau

Photographic Editor Milestones,

'29-'30

;

Y.

W.

C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30.

Butterfly skirts

adoration ball

;

lollypops a colored mammy's sponsor of a regiment at a military

;

;

;

daisies.

SARAH ISON

Penta Tau

Old colonial homes college proms popular song a white cloud drifting across an azure sky. ;

hits

;

;

GRETTA KRAUSS

Agora

President Michigan Club, '29-'30.

Dimples

deviltry

;

;

Halloween parties

for apples) "Gay Nineties;" deep-blue water. ;

stiff

(bobbing

lace curtains;

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LOUISA LaBOUNTY

Agora

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '29 Glee Club, '29-'30 Treasurer Agora Club, '29-'30 Vice President French Club, '29-'30 Choir, '29-'30 Active Mem;

;

;

;

ber Athletic Association,

'30.

A business executive a willing worker a quiet lake a bed of blue and white four o'clocks serenity wide-open meadows in the sunlight. ;

;

:

;

;

FRANCES LaMAR

Penta Tan

Penta Tau All-Round Athlete,

'28 Glee Club, Varsity Swimming, '29; General Manager Baseball, '29 Active Member Athletic Association,

'29-'30

;

;

;

'30.

Paris boulevards jet earrings an orange flame a fox a white riding habit a modernistic draw;

;

;

;

;

ing.

KATHLEEN LaRUE

A. K.

White throats and long black velvet ribbons a full-blown rose musical symphonies lacy valen;

;

;

tines.

HELEN LOUTHAM

Triad

perfume tea for two Yellow tea roses quoise against white satin yellow crepe. ;

;

;

tur-

;

ALICE Soft,

LAW

A. K.

modulated voices

nun-like quietude

;

the dean of girls' school narcissus. ;

;

V MARJORIE LEOPOLD

F. F.

President West Virginia Club, '28-'29 Vice President Student Council, '29-'30.

;

Second

Authority /omen in legislation lecture tours laughing eyes Peck and Peck knitted suits. ;

d f

;

;

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VIRGINIA LLOYD

X.

Secretary-Treasurer Wordsmiths, '29 Vice President Y. W. C. A., '29-'30 Secretary Indiana Club, '29-'30 Hyphen Reporter, '29-'30 Active ;

;

;

;

Member

Athletic Association, '29-'30.

Green-leather jackets and sports sox beach parand burning sand laughing seriousness a ;

I

ties

;

;

friend.

KATHERINE LOONAN

Penta Tau

Wide leghorn hats a corsage a new moon Cadillacs with :

roses feurs

;

;

;

of

sweetheart

colored chauf-

a tinted photograph.

NANCY ELIZABETH LYBROOK

.

Anti-Pandora

President North Carolina Club, '29-'30

;

Y.

W.

C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30.

Culture of the South soft, drawling voice and tapering hands travel and Saks shoes an office ;

;

;

on Wall Street.

FLORENCE McANDREW Pearls

;

history courses

sportsmanship

quietude

;

;

;

T. C. a

walking dictionary

;

earnestness.

HELEN McBROOM

Agora

President Minnesota Club, '28-'29.

Red sweaters football games crisp, cold air snow fights gingerbread men with raisin eyes ;

;

;

t

;

old

swimming

hole.

MARY CATHERINE McCONNELL Secretary Arkansas Club, '28-'29 kansas Club, '29-'30.

A

head on a Greek coin

proms and stag

lines

;

;

.

Penta Tau

President Ar-

"lines ;" long organdy a blonde Spaniard. ;

;

29

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Osiron

Vice President Nebraska Club,

A

stream

clear

little sister's

;

'29-'30.

ideal

;

quiet winds

;

a sunset on a Nebraska plain.

RITA MILLER Wisconsin Little

Tri-K.

Wisconsin

Secretary

'28-'29

Club,

Boy Blue;

wise cracks

girls' boarding schools; dogs: page at a court sweaters and skirts. ;

;

MARGARET MONTGOMERY Orchestra, '28-'29-'30 Glee Club, '29-'30.

Rare old books contentment

tea

President

;

Club, '29-'30.

;

;

i

.

.

Proctor

A. K.

.

.

'29

Fidelity,

blue and white tiles blue teacup.

NANCY O'CONNOR

Eccowasin

President Freshman Class, '24-'25 President EcTreasurer Day Student Club, '27-'28 Council, '27 Proctor Day Student Council, '28 First Vice President Day Student Council, '28 President Eccowasin Club, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '28-'29-'30 Water Polo Manager, '29-'30 Varsity Hockey, '30. ;

cowasin

;

;

;

;

;

;

An aquaplane

the cutting through the waves a Russian Ballet a rainbow after a storm heavy silver costume blue. ;

;

;

;

BETTY O'DONNELL

T. C.

Vice Assistant News Editor Hyphen, '29-'30 Active President Athletic Association, '29-'30 Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 Secretary President Kansas Club, '28-'29 T. C. Club, '29 Varsity Water Polo, '29 Varsity Volley Ball, '30. ;

;

;

;

;

A

hunt

fox

leaves a eled room

little

;

;

faint deserted

puppy

autumn

through

paths

;

;

solitude

;

a pan-

shadows from a campfire.

LILLA LOU PEEPLES Proctor Pembroke, Council, '29-'30

;

'29

Del Ver :

Vice President Student

French Club,

'29-30.

Dotted swiss a character from Jane Austin straightforwardness Mozart's soa silver star ;

;

;

nata.

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SENIORS MARGARET REUTHER

Triad

Active Member Athletic Association, retary Senior-Middle Class, '28-'29 Triad Club, '29-'30.

'29

SecPresident

;

Rcd-wingcd blackbirds

£%

the South a shiny spotless middy. ;

in

new

The ;

;

;

;

....

EVELYN REYNOLDS ness

springtime in deep-red roses a

flight

chair

;

Anti-Pandora

family fireside dark-pink roses family reunions a fluted cloud. :

dainti-

;

;

DOROTHY RICH

Triad

Gay curtains blown by summer breezes; friendly greetings quiet evenings in summer laughter ;

;

7/

MARGARET ROTHERT

Tri-K.

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28-'29 Vice President Indiana Club, '28-'29 Treasurer Y. W. C. A., '29-'30 President Indiana Club, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '30 Varsity Bas;

;

//

;

;

;

ketball, '30.

A hockey ;

and a red lumber jacket everya winding brook through a sunny

stick

body's friend field

;

;

sleigh rides.

MARY JANE ROWE Green water ity

;

a gold

Anti-Pandora

Manager Hyphen,

Business

Anti-Pandora Club, ;

silver slippers

penny

;

'29-'30

sprites

a flame electrica pagan altar.

;

VIRGINIA LOU SAMPLE

;

;

....

Proctor Pembroke, '29 General Treasurer Penta Tau Club, '29-'30 ;

ber

Athletic

Secretary

;

'29-'30.

Association,

'30

;

Penta Tau

Proctor, '29 Active MemWandering Blues ;

;

'28-'29-'30.

Tuck-in skirts Gene Austin records Student Council imps darting about like sunbeams on dusty windowpanes a fine edge. ;

;

;

;

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^^cX't^<^^^^Cv^(^^C^W^^^ SENIORS ELEANOR SAPP Secretary Illinois Club, '29-'30

;

X. L. Treasurer X. L.

Club, '29-'30.

Bronze statues

brown fox

furs

portrait of a lady

;

ivory satin the

;

;

pouring tea in shaded rooms

;

;

sun.

EDITH SCHEUFLER Wordsworth,

'29-'30

F. F.

French

;

'29-'30

Club,

Hyphen Proof Reader, '30 Secretary Wordsmith, '30 Associate Editor Milestones, '30. ;

;

Indian blankets big city newspaper offices bates sheer chiffon hose intellect sharpness. ;

;

;

de-

;

;

FLORENCE SELLEVOLD

X. L.

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 General Manager Archery, '29-'30 All-round Athlete X. L. Club '29. ;

;

;

:

association ; marshmallows train

athletic

Girls'

toasting

;

SHOWALTER

VIRGINIA

Treasurer French Club,

smoky wood letters

.

.

.

fires

happiness.

;

Anti-Pandora

'29-'30.

Powder blue berets and blue jersey dresses conservative suits, with stiff collars idealization of a bright-colored scarf. ;

;

Buddy Rogers

;

EUGENIA SMITH Hockey,

;

;

'30.

Hockey flowers

Triad

Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 Day Student Council, '29-'30 Varsity

Active President

;

wood smoke mountains and friendly skies

picnics and blue

tall

;

;

spring a scarf

flying in the wind.

REBECCA SMYTHE

Osiron

Simplicity a golden wand a Southern sweetValentine heart the girl on a magazine cover candy. ;

;

;

;

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SENIORS COLBERNE SPENCE

Del Ver

Treasurer Del Ver Club,

'29-'30.

Daring dresses "slow to anger and plenteous in sedans with wire mercy ;" big stone houses wheels costume jewelry. ;

;

;

VIRGINIA STRANDBERG Secretary Y. ron, '29

W.

French

;

and

Coffee

Osiron

A., '29-'30 Club, '28-'29-'30.

C.

Secretary Osi-

;

old-fashioned lockets doughnuts a gray kitten with a blue bow ;

antique furniture

;

;

lace.

N V

MARGARET THOMASON

T. C.

Mellow, brown velvet a little, brown house a stick of cinnamon candied dates lily of the val;

;

;

;

ley.

EDNA MAE WIENOLD Glee Club, '28-'29

;

Y.

W.

Tri-K. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30.

Ice clinking in tall glasses sweet spices yellow lollypops beret and huge pompoms brown elves in dark-green forests. ;

;

;

;

3

ELIZABETH WILLIS

Del Ver

tapers and softly shining silver Sunday nights at home old-fashioned

Rose-colored wisteria dignity.

;

;

;

LAURETTE ABERCROMBIE

X. L.

Secretary X. L. Club, '29-'30.

A

tailored

trimmed lawn

coat a new school book a neatly a calm lake, with a single sailboat ;

:

;

drifting by.

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SENIORS MARION ALLAN A gray tweed coat

Tri-K.

.

ginger ale

k

a green slip-over sweater yellow roses pencil sketches. ;

;

;

ELIZABETH BARR

Penta Tau

Vice President Penta Tau

-7

Kentucky

President

Club,

'29-'30

Club,

'29-'30

Vice

;

Hyphen Rs-

;

porter, '29-'30.

Blue feathers leaves laughter key notes a winding stairway. ;

;

black and white

;

;

JEAN BARRY

X. L.

Secretary-Treasurer Kentucky Club,

An

7/

-/

arched doorway

;

'29-'30.

flamingoes a grand piano stepping stones.

a Rockwell Kent woodcut

;

KATHRYN BAUGHAN

Osiron

Saturday-afternoon movies half sox ries a good sport water in the sun. ;

ELEANOR BINFORD

ยง

;

fairie sto-

;

;

Y.

;

;

W.

Tri-K.

C. A. Cabinet, '29-'30.

Arbutus scrapbook

;

;

storms at sea reeds floppy sox orange toboggans and mittens. ;

;

;

a

^ //

KATHERINE BLAIR

Angkor

Long, black cars tennis rackets a road winding up a hill fraternity songs sports outfits. ;

:

;

:/,

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;

JANE CLARK

Penta Tau

Penta Tau Club,

President

'29-'30 Glee Club, Choir, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 Manager Archery, '30 ; Advisory Board, '29-'30 Varsity Volley Ball, '30

'28-'29-'30

;

;

;

;

;

;

Varsity Water Polo, '30; Third Place Meet, '30.

Swimming

Pine trees ; campfires wood smoke and crackling leaves mist geniality ; a Teddy bear. ;

;

;

MILDRED CLARKE

Anti-Pandora

Vice President Anti-Pandora Club, '29-'30 PresY. W. C. A. Cabinet, ;

ident Eastern Club, '29-'30

;

'29-'30.

Evening wraps trimmed with white fur dances Annapolis corsages some one's adoration ;

at

;

;

blue granite.

ROBERTA COLE Glee

A. K.

'28-'29-'30 Secretary-Treasurer Ne'28-'29 Choir, '29-'30 French Club,

Club,

;

braska Club,

;

;

'30.

A plume ing river

;

;

a single poplar

odd earrings

;

RUTH CURRY

French school a blue satin bow.

little

;

;

;

JEANNE CUMMINGS

Osiron

Vice President Oklahoma Club, '29-'30 Vice President Y. W. C. A., '29-'30.

New sunset

paint ;

patent-leather

;

bloodhounds

;

slippers

;

;

a

Second winter

Del Ver

Proctor Pembroke,

Kindergarten

;

;

parchment paper.

BETTY DYSON

robes

a glid-

Anti-Pandora

Organdy collars and cuffs a gingham bound book

girls

;

mahogany.

'29.

sand tables

Newfoundland dogs

;

;

checked blue bath"kids again."

picnics

;

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SENIORS ELIZABETH EBERHART Y. W. Member

I

;

A sea

'28-'29 Active Association, '29-'30 Varsity Editor in Chief Milestones, '30 Ad;

;

'29-'30.

red feather Robin Hood a spring beauties a deer late ;

;

;

Athletic

Hockey, '30 visory Board,

s

Tri-K.

Hyphen Reporter,

A.

C.

cliff

;

above the

autumn woods

;

;

Northern

EVELYN FALKNER Day Student Serenades scarf

;

new

;

Triad

Editor Milestones, '29-'30.

Italian

novels

sunny days

a

;

Roman

striped

a sailboat.

;

FRANCES FAUST

T. C.

Vice President T. C. Club, Proctor Senior, '30.

'30

;

skies.

'29

Glee Club, '29-

;

;

Hair

ribbons

strawberry

ice

a

:

pink

cream

swing

high

dress a blue marbles

;

;

;

a green com-

pact.

v/

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DOROTHY FLOYD

A. K.

President West Virginia Club, '29-'30.

Diana a thoroughbred waffle suppers a flame;" colored evening dress Patou's "Adieu Sagesse a water lily. ;

;

;

;

9

LILLIAN FRANCEZ

T. C.

Vice President Council, '28-'29 isiana

Glee Club, Club, '29-'30 Athletic Association, '29. ;

Member

A

;

;

red-heeled slippers castanets a behind an old wall a raven Creole

pirate ship

high window

President Lou'29-'30 Active

;

;

;

;

;

days.

MARY RACHEL GASTON Dawn lace

u s

;

Triad

mignon lavender wistfulness sweetness blue cloissonne. ;

;

;

and

old

;

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s SENIORS VIRGINIA GERDL '30

T. C.

'28-'29-'30

Wordsmith,

Literary Editor Milestones,

;

A

pen candor

quill

light

;

Wordsmiths,

President

:

'30.

a marble fountain bathed in moonan etching a long, white gloves

;

;

;

;

parrakeet.

BUNNY

GILLIS

Tri-K.

Secretary Ohio Club, '28-'29 Glee Club, '28-'29'30 Secretary Student Council, Choir, '29-'30 '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '30 Varsity Hockey, '30. ;

;

;

;

;

An ows

;

old desk

by the

slim heels

fire

surety

;

shaded lamps and shad-

;

dignity.

;

ELBERTA GOOCH

T. C.

Treasurer Senior-Middle Class, '29 Assistant Glee Club, '29-'30 French Club, '29 Photographic Editor Milestones, '29 Vice PresiBusiness Manager dent Western Club, '28-'29 Milestones, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic AsPresident Western Club, '29-'30 sociation, '29-'30 WanderChoir, '29-30 Tennis Manager, '29-'30 ing Blues, '29-'30; Varsity Bowling, '30. Treasurer

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

An arrow

;

twinkling firecrackers a big wool sweater ;

whimsical grin

//

;

;

;

;

eyes and a splashes of

color. '-.

JUNE HARALDSON

Osiron

Vice President Alabama Club,

'29-'30

;

French

Club, '29-'30.

Sun bonnets and Hansel and Gretel bled ;" peace.

;

calico

dresses

;

MILDRED HARRIS

Ariston

a handful of rosebuds a ballet dancer pale-green tapers.

Crinoline

tranquillity

"Let not your heart be trou-

;

;

a doll house

;

:

VIRGINIA HINN

A black

white kitten

a patent-leather

Tarkington.

;

X. L.

round gold compact tiny, stories by Booth ;

pumps

;

A

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SENIORS EVELYN IRWIN

Agora

Glee Club, '29-'30

Member

Active

;

Athletic As-

sociation, '29-'30.

Steadiness

s

square dances samplers.

;

quilted slippers

patchwork

;

quilts

;

;

FRANCES JENKINS

Penta Tau

Secretary Penta Tau Club, '29-'30 Assistant Photographic Editor Milestones, '29-'30. ;

Kid parties confetti tiny hats, with rose veils half-moons a Guerlain lipstick somebody's "only ;

;

;

;

;

girl."

CHARLOTTE KEIN Active

Member

Triad

Athletic Association. '29-'30.

Baby blue organdy ruffles rosy cheeks "Alice Wonderland ;" a big, striped stick of candy. ;

in

;

;

BETTY LANE

F. F.

Vice President Wordsmiths, '29-'30 Editor in Chief Hyphen, '29-'30 Advisory Board, '29-'30. ;

;

Sleeveless dresses tangled curls nymphs dancing in dark, shady forests worship of beauty a teeter-totter on a playground. ;

;

;

;

NANCY LANG

Tri-K.

Vice President Senior-Middle Class, '28-'29 President Florida Club, '28-'29 Y. W. C. A. CabActive Member Athletic Association, inet, '29-'30 '30 Varsity Water Polo, '29. ;

;

;

;" a marble terrace and dark pines sophistication moonlight on a cold, green sea yachts white orchid.

"Vanity

sc

Fair

;

;

;

;

LEAH LINDLEY Glee Club, '29-'30

Tea roses lawn parties

;

French Club,

'29-'30.

silver bracelets Indiana hop white organdy dresses trimmed in

the

;

T. C. ;

;

black velvet ribbon.

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T. C. '29-'30

Treasurer T. C. Club, Indiana Club, '29-'30.

Gay house of the 'SO's

and lace sweeping

parties old ivory Cinderella's coach ;

;

;

Vice President

;

;

LOUISE McMURRAY

a child skirts.

Osiron

President Tennessee Club, '29-'30.

high rhinestone buckles the boy back home long letters.

Red evening dresses heels

;

Dixie

;

;

;

;

CAROL MILLER

Del Ver

Treasurer Wisconsin Club, '28-'29 dent Wisconsin Club, '29-'30.

;

Vice Presi-

Plaid sports coats generosity Northern pines a cat lying in the sun a paper clip level-headed;

;

;

;

;

ness.

FLORENCE MILLER

T. C.

Vice President Nebraska Club, '28-'29 President T. C. Club. '29-'30 Big Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28'29 French Club, '28-'29 Advisory Board, '29-'30. ;

;

;

;

Parchment in Packard roadster

costume books manicures jade.

old ;

jewelry

;

;

a

;

LUCY MAE MILLS

Agora

"Mother Kindness white bungalows Chickens ;" realness a calm sea.

Carey's

VIRGINIA NEIL

Ariston

;

;

;

President

Sophomore

Summer camps sorority houses

;

'25-'26 Secretary Active Member AthVarsity Bowling, '30.

Class,

Athletic Association, '28-'29 letic Association, '28-'29-'30

;

:

;

a sunrise coloring all the earth school stickers. a treasure chest ;

;

;

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SENIORS MARION NICHOLSON

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Glee Club, '28-'29-'30

;

Tri-K. Choir, '29-'30.

White fox furs small, pouting mouth spoiled unveiling monuments magnolia blossoms a slim canoe. ;

child

;

;

;

;

EVANELL NIXON

Anti-Pandora

Pink organdy dresses, with blue bows circles

a

;

single

star

twilight

at

;

reading

;

and

sunlight

shade.

KATHRYN PARKER

Eccowasin

Bridge parties red slippers royal purple and ermine pussy willows a gray squirrel. ;

;

;

;

MARY BERNICE PERKINS

A. K.

Hair tumbling down on white shouders white English teachers concerts Baldwin carnations ;

;

;

;

pianos.

DOROTHY PICKENS

T. C.

Secretary Missouri Club, '28-'29. Spoiled

children

gan grinders

;

;

Ward-Belmont bracelets orTopsy portable victro-

salted nuts

;

;

;

las.

^ CATHERINE POOLEY

Agora

Black net evening dresses

;

pavement

;

clean,

glistening

horse shows smooth, feather beds Coty's ;

;

powder.

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SENIORS LOUISE PORTER Twilight quets

;

Triad bou-

old-fashioned valentines a woodland trail blue satin.

lace

;

secrets

;

;

;

n ANTOINETTE REDWINE

Osiron

Texas horses vitality hot tamales Pep thundering over smooth plains red jewelry. ;

;

;

;

;

ADALYN SHERWOOD

A. K.

Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 Art Editor MilePresident French Club, '29-'30 stones, '29-'30 General Manager Swimming, '30. ;

;

A bow

of beaten gold

miniatures sunshine.

;

;

chimes in an old tower a cool little brook

Yardley's lavender

;

JANE SIPHER

:

;

A. K.

A. K. Club, '29-'30 News Editor Hyphen, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30; French Club, '29-'30.

Secretary

;

;

Tiny collie puppies gay yellow daffodils pigtails and starched school dresses snowball fights ;

;

;

;

brownies.

ROSALIE SPITZ Charged batteries sales

;

Penta Tail

one foot on the rail sparkling jewelry older brothers. ;

;

bargain

;

BETTY STORCK

F. F.

Vice President West Virginia Club, W. C. A. Cabinet, '28-'29.

'28-'29

;

Y.

Yachts the skyline of New York shamrocks a portrait by Titian skiing under a Northern sun. ;

:

;

;

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Del Ver

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30 '28-'29; Choir, '29-'30

;

;

'29-'30;

Advisory Board,

Treasurer Western Club, President Del Ver Club, '29-'30.

Picnics by the river impromptu plays rough tweed coats a naughty little girl violets wet ;

;

;

;

with dew

unspoken

;

sincerity.

7 MARGARET YODER

Oiiron

Active Member Athletic Association, '29-'30 Glee Club '28-29 President Osiron Club, '29-'30 Advisory Board, '29-'30.

;

;

Sun-backed dress on a golf course bathing and a bronzed skin bare legs and a laugha puppy.

suits

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;

;

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JUNIOR MIDDLE POEM

7

I 7.

By Frances Gibson

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Four white columns, strong, majestic, tall, Each one the symbol of a finished year A singing tower whose clear, chiming call Carols the work, the joy, that we've

known

1 here.

halls, whose shining surface shows The work of hastening feet, swift, sturdy, young High walls, where even now resound echoes Of youthful voices and the songs they've sung.

Long, smooth

v

An old magnolia, 'neath whose shelt'ring shade, On days when through its branches sunlight gleamed,

We

found a surcease, saw our troubles fade, there we planned, and thought, and hoped, and dreamed.

And .

Quiet classrooms where, beneath the guiding hand Of wisest counsel, we have knowledge gained ;

A

with girls from all our land, Where reverence and harmony have reigned. chapel

filled

Ward-Belmont, you have brought to us These we accept, but with a grateful heart. Four years your gallant soul has fought for us The world's here now, and into Life we start.

All these,

*c

if when from your portals we depart, One deed of ours is worthy to remain

But

e

If of

We

your dauntless

spirit

one small part have not been vain.

leave, yet keep, these years

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JUNIOR MIDDLES JANE SUTHERLAND

Ariston

Treasurer Day Student Council, '28-'29 Vice President Ariston Club, '29-'30 President Penstaff, '29-'30 President Junior Middle Class, '29-'30 Active Member Athletic Association, '30. Camping on Lake Michigan shirts and skirts a canoe a tramp through a pine forest ragged robins and marigolds sincerity.

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

ANN NEWMAN Treasurer Tennessee Club. '28-'29 Secretary Junior Middle Class, '28-'29 Glee Club, '28-'29 ident Junior Middle Class, '29-'30 Secretary Tennessee Club, '29-'30. Dimples a June bride sweetheart roses organdy bows baby blue picture hats. ;

;

;

Tri-K Vice Pres-

;

;

;

;

;

;

NANCY NEWMAN

Tri-K Vice President Glee Club, '28-'29 Secretary Tennessee Club, '28-'29 Treasurrr Junior Class. '28-'29 Tri-K Club, '29-'30 Vice President Tennessee Club, '29-'30 Secretary Junior Middle Class, '29-'30 Active ;

;

;

;

;

;

Member

Athletic Association,

Gainsborough's "Blue Boy

'30.

;"

morning dew

;

red ties

;

naturalness

;

hockey sticks

;

wild blue violets.

Angkor

HARRIET WOODS Treasurer Junior Middle Class, Black-eyed susans tap dancing ;

'29-'30. ;

bog hats

;

Halloween

;

leather coats

;

green sports clothes.

Angkor

ANNE LEE AKERS Junior Middle Class Prophet; Penstaff, '26-'27-'28-'29-'30. Naivete gay-colored parasols flowered chiffon garden parties ;

;

;

;

rippling laughter

;

lavender.

Ariston

ELVA SALOME BOYD Caracul

;

Oriental festivals

;

informal dances

;

Stutz cars

;

water polo

French

;

heels.

Eccowasin

CONROSE BUCHANAN Pink hair ribbons

;

tulip time

;

portrait of a Dutch girl

;

window

seats

;

archery.

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JUNIOR MIDDLES HELEN CANDLER Glee Club, '29-'30

Week-ends

;

Secretary Georgia Club, '28-'29. ;" generosity

;

"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

fun

;

brown

;

MARY CANDLER Tea

Hunt Club

at the

eyes.

Osiron

;

soft blue chiffon

lace shawls

;

cosmos

;

an Angora

;

RUTH CARLIN

cat.

Ariston

Glee Club, '29-'30.

Fraternity dances

;

chiffon

;

tea

;

cameos

;

ermine

antique jewelry

;

tinted evening slippers.

;

Angkor

MARY DEAN CLEMENT Penstaff,

'27-'28-'29-'30

;

Penstaff, '27-'28 Glee Club, '28-'29-'30.

Secretary-Treasurer Club, '29-'30

Secretary-Treasurer Angkor Forget-me-nots white muslin with a blue sash ;

;

;

Business Manager

;

daguerreotypes

:

twilight vespers

;

Penstaff,

'28-'29-'30

old libraries

;

a hearth

;

fire.

JANICE Blazers

T C

DRUMMOND ;

-

Teddy Bears

;

a silhouette evening dress

;

primroses

;

Ariston

MARY ALICE FARR Glee Club, '27-'28

;

-

lace handkerchiefs.

'28-'29-'30

;

Hyphen. Reporter, '28-'29 in blue and gold

A symphony

Arms Freshman

Sergeant at ;

;

Class, Penstaff, '26-'27-'28-'29-'30.

the Annapolis

June

ball

;

'26-'27

orchids

;

;

Vice President Sophomore Class,

dinner at the country club

;

harvest

moons. Del Ver

HELEN FAWCETT Vice President Del Ver Club, "Toujour Moi" perfume white organdy

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30

Magnolias

;

'29-'30.

;

;

;

maroon town cars

;

dinner at the Ritz-Carlton.

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JUNIOR MIDDLES LOIS

CRAWFORD

Quietness

Triad

Dickens

;

;

friendliness

a cup of tea before the fire

;

olden days.

;

Agora

VIRGINIA FELTUS Silhouettes

;

modernistic stationery

costume jewelry

;

;

vamped shoes

short

;

college pennants.

GRACE GARDNER

A. K.

Secretary-Treasurer Michigan Club, '29-'30

Gardenias

;

moonlight

serious joy

;

;

Glee Club, '29-'30.

;

high ideals

;

West

Point.

NANCY HOTCHKISS Proctor of Heron,

A

dark-blue beret

Tri-K

'2U. ;

a ukelele

;

a cheer leader

;

laughing eyes

;

Lake Michigan.

TOMMYE MURPHY Turquoise

;

Agora

brown beaver

;

a tea dance

;

a tinted satin negligee

;

pansies.

JANE NOWELS

T. C.

Vice President Western Club, '29-'30 Stately pines

*

;

severity

;

crystals

;

;

Proctor of Heron,

friendliness

;

red chiffon

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JUNIOR MIDDLES usiron

DONNA MARJORIE OVIATT English tweeds

;

expensive luggage

;

hammered

silver

;

thoroughbred horses.

Agora

MARY HELEN PUTMAN The Indiana hop

snappy blue eyes

;

;

brown

short

curls

profusion of colors

;

WINOGENE RAYNER

;

"College

Humor." Anti-Pandora

Impulsiveness; masquerades; a

fair,

and kewpie

hard candy.

dolls; a yellow jacket;

Agora

FRANCES DEAN SMITH Treasurer Tennessee Club, Plaid hair ribbons

;

'28-'30.

Majollica pottery

;

dahlia chiffon

;

"Soliloquy

;"

cut-steel buckles.

Kora

FRANCES JANE SEARS Indigo blue

;

beach pajamas

gay parties

;

;

luncheon dates

;

a dinner dance

;

newness. Del

SYLVIA STEWART Miniature ladies

;

tiny shoes

;

sparkling eyes

;

mischief

;

forget-me-nots

;

excitement

„ JOSEPHINE SMITH Proctor, North Front,

;

candy

;

.

.

Ver

sandstorms.

Agora

'30.

Pink and blue baby ribbons

;

LaSalle roadsters

;

"Dreamy Melody

;"

Queen Elizabeth

collars

;

opals.

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f BETTY GASTON Moonstones

;

Osiron

black velvet

French heels

;

;

a low-slung roadster

;

"Styx

HARRIET GRIFFIN ;

A. K.

,

President Iowa Club, '29-'30

Happy-go-lucky

mystic naivete.

;"

giggles

;

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30

;

red hair

sunshine

;

Choir, '29-'30.

;

fun and frolic

;

;

middies and skirts

;

a mountain seen in the

distance.

SARAH LOUISE GUERIN A Vogue mannequin fox ;

Angkor hunts

;

marionettes

;

black pearls

;

Palm Beach

;

a black fox scarf

;

nonchalance.

<<.

ETHEL BEEKEN HAMILTON Glee Club, '28-'29-'30

Sunset clouds

;

an

;

F. F.

Choir, '29-'30

Irish smile

;

Secretary Tennessee Club, '28-'29.

;

lavender and old lace

;

primroses

;

"Bye-lo-Baby"

MARY HELEN KINGSTON Texas;

fine horses; chili;

dolls.

Anti-Pandora "Brother Bill;" a summer camp counselor; contagious laughter; feasts.

FLORENCE WEBB MARTIN

Triad

Secretary Freshman Class, '26-'27.

Misty chiffon shawls

;

shepherd dogs

;

ensembles of hunter's green

;

a cap of white rabbit's fur.

CHARLEY MERRILL Fraternity houses

;

roller coasters

Osiron ;

Lake Placid

;

holly

;

sportswear from Best.

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JUNIOR MIDDLES BETTY TAYLOR A rosy apple bubbles

;

;

a yachting party

white "ducks

;

;"

an admiral cap.

LOUISE WINDAM Vice President Michigan Club, '26-'27-'28

Burnt orange

;

a foreign car

;

zenias

;

Secretary Del Ver Club,

a Pepsodent advertisement

;

;

'29.

Guerlain's "L'Heure Bleu."

AngKor

BARBARA ALEXANDER Crystals

black velvet

;

;

poinsettas

;

silhouettes

;

wolf hounds

;

"Jade" perfume. Eccowasin

GRACE ELLEN GLASGOW Secretary Eccowasin Club, '29-'30. Circuses

;

a beret

;

"Goldilocks and the Three Bears

a bit of fern growing beside a mountain stream.

;"

Tri-K

ELEANOR DeWITT

3

President Junior Class, '28-'29

A

cameo

;

old ivory

;

;

"Priscilla ;"

Vice President Eastern Club, '29-'30

dreams

;

a

London fog

;

;

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30.

candlelight and gardenias.

Angkor

FRANCES DOROTHY GIBSON Treasurer Sophomore Class, '27-'28 Pale pink crepe de chine

;

Secretary-Treasurer Penstaff, '28-'29

;

poke bonnets

;

sweet peas

;

;

Penstaff, '26-'27-'28-'29-'30.

a green lace handkerchief

;

nonchalance

;

a

still,

deep, blue lake.

MARY STEWART BURGHER Distance

;

sunshine

;

a sport roadster

Tri-K ;

bright colors

;

acquamarines

;

a piece of

ice.

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//

Angkor

CLAIRE ROBERTS Extreme

styles

a bright-red lipstick

;

a

;

dancing

doll

a moonlight night in Spain.

;

KATHERINE SEAGER Sapphire blue

JESSIE

^

;

poetry

F. F. ;

jewels

adventure

;

sailing ships

;

;

wild

iris

clouds.

;

DEANE SIMMONS

Tri-K

Glittering buttons on a uniform

Deauville sandals

;

;

sparkling eyes

sophistication

;

;

keenness

;

SARA MAY SMITH Spanish portraits

;

the sea.

Del Ver a red

room

sincerity

;

;

an evening sky

;

fresh clover

fields.

/ ANNABEL STOKES Big coon

collars

;

Anti-Pandora

a bright umbrella

;

a jolly week-end

;

class rings

;

picnics.

HELEN CAROLYN THOMAS French

dolls

;

T. C.

a dream bungalow

;

cook books

;

inquisitive eyes

;

wide taffeta skirts

MARY EVELYN THOMAS Sachet

;

Pierrot and Pierrette

;

quaintness.

T. C. ;

violets

;

soft

gray fur

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;

dusky silence

;

soft music.


;

JUNIOR MIDDLES eccowasin

MILDRED PIRTLE Secretary Eccowasin Club, '28-'29. Fifth

Avenue shops

:

new

novels

;

a string of matched pearls

;

a corsage of violets

;

summer

resorts.

Angkor

MARGARET HUTCHINSON POTTER Drooping big straw hats

;

tea at the club

;

delicate lace

;

a frail colonial lady

China asters

;

;

amiability.

ANNIE KATE REBMAN Amber; mellow

shadows; a slow Southern drawl; sensitiveness; wistful

lights; evening

eyes.

Angkor

HENRIETTA SPICER -

Glee Club, '28-'29- 30.

A

pink

evening dress

tulle

week-end parties

;

;

fraternity dances

peach blossoms

;

;

an old love story

rhinestone heels.

ELEANOR TOWNSEND A woolly little dog a blue ;

Anti-Pandora tulle

evening dress

;

Senior Class

Day

;

daisy chains

;

Culver postmarks.

Eccowasin

SARA CATE ARMISTEAD Sapphires

;

beige sports coats

polo at the country club

;

;

a wind-swept

hill

;

a rock garden.

Angkor

WENDELL EWING AUSTIN Naivete

;

laughing brown eyes

;

a scarlet tanager

;

costume jewelry

;

the joy of living.

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suits

;

Triad

'

golf at the country club

;

slave bracelets

;

the sunset sky

;

flowered chiffon

ANN ELIZABETH HALES Gypsies

;

leaves

;

roses

grapevine swings

;

;

rubies

;

four-o'clock tea in England.

Osiron

a brownie

;

sunny

joyousness

;

;

Coca-Colas

;

feasts

;

roadsters.

DANICE JORDAN

Angkor

Vivacity; rosy apples; ice skates;

Moritz

St.

innocence; a

;

soft,

cuddly puppy; gay scarfs and mittens.

BERTHA OAKLEY LUBECK Russian peasant dresses

Tri-K

;

carved ivory

;

larkspur

;

smoked pearls

;

poppies

MARY AVON MOTLOW A

carnival

;

deck chairs

1

s

;

;

Dobbs hats. Del Ver

an ivy-covered chapel.

;

JANE RAYBURN Poetry

teas.

Triad

American Beauty

MARGARET HAYS Autumn

;

gardenias and black velvet

F. F. ;

Cleveland

;

"Dans

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;

Spanish hibiscus

;

onyx

a yacht

;

;

red berets

;

"State Street Sadie."

T C

KITTY RUSSELL ;"

nut-brown curls

;

a shimmering lake

;

quiet happiness

;

pink roses. Del Ver

RUTH RYMER Crocuses

;

a

"

'

"Kitten on the Keys

swan

Lowenstaft china

:

;

ruffles

and shirrings

;

a lace valentine.

A-

HELENE SWEENEY '28-'29 Secretary-Treasurer Florida Club, '2Y-'28 Secretary Florida Club, '29-'30. Glee Club, '28-'29 Treasurer A. K. Club,

K

Secretary A. K. Club, *28-'29

;

;

'

;

;

A Newfoundland

dog

;

woolly blue mufflers

;

reeds

a mountain lake

:

;

sweeping eyelashes

;

sailing.

Trlad

SHELBY WARWICK Second Vice President Day Student Council,

Rose dance frocks

;

dinner dances

;

'29-'30

Secretary Triad Club, '27-'28.

;

black-eyed susans

;

a gypsy love song

a coquette.

;

Anti-Pandora

DOROTHY ZAUG W-iz-c-o-nzin

;

Northern camp

fires

;

willow trees

;

blue lakes

;

goldenrod

;

shyness

;

simplicity

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President Vice President Secretary Boarding Treasurer Day Student Treasurer

.

.

Carolyn Hogue Eleanor Neckerman Helen Grizzard Miss Lydell

Sponsor

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SECOND-YEAR COLLEGE CLASS OFFICERS Ellen Mitchell

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Ann Ryther Ruth Evans

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Drew

Sponsor

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Margaret Thompson Betty Williams Miriam Hotchkiss Miss Lowery

.

Sponsor

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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

_ Jeanette Caldweli Betty Townsend Beverly Stone

.

SusieHughes

Sponsor

Miss Casebier

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Hulda Cheek Eleanor Sherwood Angela Anderson Virginia Miller

Miss Dinning

President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

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Jean Cuykendall, Society; Elizabeth Proctor, Proof Reader and World Events. Saip, Features;

Katherine Hammond, Chapel; Violet Lyles, News

Flashes;

Clara Grace Peck,

Sports;

Virginia Lloyd, Editorials.

Elizabeth Phillips, Sports; Louise Huddleston, Y. W. C. A. Reporter; Helen Sellomridge, Academic Notes; Edith Scheufler, Proof Reader and Features.

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Barbara Reed, Treasurer. Amanda Caldwell, President; Olive Martin,

Jessie Burgin, General Manager;

Betty O'Donnell, Vice

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Secretary.

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Roberta Harrington, Bowling; Grace Cavert,

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Isobel Goodloe, Hockey; Elberta Gooch, Tennis; Irene Cochran, Basketball; Florence Sellevold, Archery; Eleanor Peterson, Riding;

Helen Candler,

Volley Ball.

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Elberta Gooch, Virginia Strandberg, Victoria Spaulding, Lorainne Gregory Mable Gardner, Elizabeth Richmond, Sara Ison

June Harralson, Annie Colard, Hope Guenther, Eugenia Brown Elizabeth Proctor, Margaret Burnett Edith Scheufler, Adalyn Sherwood, Virginia Showalter, Carolyn Decker, Dorothy Pheiffer, Mary Lovell, Leah Lindley

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Adalyn Sherwood Louisa LaBounty Eleanor Neckerman Virginia Showalter

Vice President Secretary

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Miss Gladys Brooks

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Dorothy Cate, Marion Cox, Naomi Saip Sally Props, Rebecca Ainsworth, Peggy Corwin, Jean Cuykendall Edith

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Virginia Gerdl, Virginia Lloyd, Juliana Bollen, Betty Lane, Elizabeth Lee Haynes

OFFICERS Virginia Gerdl

President

Betty Lane Edith Scheufler

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Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

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Harriet Merrick, Jane Sutherland, Sarah Bryan Eleanor Peterson, Frances Gibson, Mary Alice Farr Marjorie Sherwood, Anne Akers, Mary Dean Clement

OFFICERS President

Jane Sutherland

Vice President

Milbrey Wright Avis Olmstead Mary Dean Clement

Secretary-Treasurer

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Irene Cochrane, Michigan; Josephine Cohn, North Carolina.

SECOND ROW Marion Cox,

Indiana;

Ruth Curry, Michigan; Mabel Gardner,

Ohio;

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SECOND ROW Evanell Nixon, Kansas; Avis Olmsted, Ohio; Martha Ozee,

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Sadie Louise Morris, Alabama.

THIRD ROW Jane Perkins, Minnesota; Winogene Rayner, Michigan; Evelyn Reynolds, Kentucky; Virginia Rigdon, Indiana.

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THIRD ROW Margaret Snydor, Kentucky; Jean Thomas, West

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Betty Townsend, Texas.

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THIRD ROW Mary Ruth Martin, Alabama;

Elizabeth Shirk, Pennsylvania; Nancy Schumacher, Tennessee; Isabel Smith, Ohio.

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Dorothy Benton, Kentucky; Dorothy Black, Missouri; Naomi Black, Gratia Bell Blackman, Colorado; Helen Blood, Missouri.

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Jean Cuykendall, Nebraska; Frances Dix, Indiana; Elizabeth Dowdy, Illinois.

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Janice Drummond, Oklahoma; Martha Evans, Minnesota; Ruth Evans, Minnesota; Frances Faust, Virginia; Lillian Francez, Louisiana.

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Illinois.

THIRD ROW Mary Hickman.

Indiana;

Katherine Hammond, Nebraska; Irene Harnett, Missouri; Norma Henderson, Texas.

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Frances Hoffman, Missouri; Rosalie Hulberg, Illinois; Jui.ia Isaac, Indiana; Louise Koch, Iowa; Leah Lindley, Indiana.

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Virginia Sargent, Missouri; Lois Stout, Kansas.

SECOND ROW Margaret Tomason,

Texas;

Mary Evelyn Thomas,

Michigan;

Helen Thomas, Michigan;

Julia Callahan, Texas.

THIRD ROW Miriam Carter,

Missouri;

Herma Guillet,

Tennessee;

Dorothy Goodman,

Indiana;

Doris Mitchell, Louisiana.

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Lucille Beasley, Tennessee; Glen Bogue, South Dakota.

SECOND ROW Eleanor Browne, Iowa; Arlene Crissman, Michigan; Helen Doran, Nebraska; Betty Dyson, Illinois.

THIRD ROW Helen Fawcett,

Emmy Lou Garthoffner, Missouri; Jean Gibbs, Kansas; Mary Goss, Minnesota.

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THIRD ROW Carol Miller, Wisconsin; Beatrice Miller, West Virginia; Madge Miller, Virginia Milligan, Indiana; Katherine Moulton, Michigan.

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Sylvia Stewart, Kansas.

THIRD ROW Sarah Smith, Tennessee; Colberne Spence, Missouri; Elizabeth Wilmot, Emily Squire, Ohio; ElizabethWillis, Oklahoma.

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Mary Stewart Burgher, Cathleen Cummings,

Texas;

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THIRD ROW Rita Miller, Wisconsin; Emily Monks, Pennsylvania; Gloria Morris, Colorado;

Helen Murphy,

Indiana;

Rosemary Murphy,

Ohio.

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CLUB ROW

Eleanor Neckerman, Wisconsin; Ann Newman, Tennessee; Nancy Newman, Tennessee; Marion Nicholson, Illinois; Elizabeth Proctor, North Carolina.

SECOND ROW Helen Rogers,

Indiana;

Margaret Rothert,

Illinois;

Marion Shindel,

Pennsylvania;

Jessie D. Simmons, Virginia.

THIRD ROW Mary Taylor,

Ohio;

Mary Van Dyke,

Margaret Walling,

Colorado;

Iowa; Jane Von Seggern, Nebraska; Edna Mae Weinold, Illinois.

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Florida;

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Gillis, Ohio;

Martha Lubeck,

Illinois;

Harriet Amter, Colorado; Olive Cameron, Ohio.

SECOND ROW Sally Jane Fairhead,

New

York; Marion Fox, Minnesota; Katherine Funk, Indiana;

Jean Holtsinger, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Mary Frances McKelvey,

Gloria Morris, Colorado; Louise Rash, Kentucky; Margaret Scheumann, Indiana; Florence VonDervort, Illinois.

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Christine Goolsby, Texas; Lucille Goolsby, Oklahoma; Ruth Haggenjos, Missouri; Carolyn Hogue, Alabama; Martha Hunt, Texas.

SECOND ROW Sara Ison, Georgia; Frances Jenkins, Georgia; Virginia Kohlhausen, Texas; Frances LaMar, Texas.

THIRD ROW Shirley Legge, Texas; Kathryn Loonan, Iowa; Mary Catherine McConnell, Arkansas; Ellen Mitchell, Alabama.

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Rosa Moore, Mississippi; Mary Pittman, Texas; Mary Purnell, North Annie Kate Rebman, Alabama; Antoinette Redwine, Texas.

Carolina;

SECOND ROW Virginia Lou Sample, Kansas; Camille Sanderson, Texas; Dorothy Shelly. Missouri;

Nell Skaggs,

Texas.

THIRD ROW Rosalie Spitz, Tennessee; Anna Bob Taylor, Texas; Anease Volkmann, Texas; Billy LIolley Watson, Texas.

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Sue Yaeger, Texas; Florence Affleck, Texas; Ellyn Baughman, Louisiana; Elizabeth Bunn, Georgia; Helen Cline, Texas.

SECOND ROW Delys Estep,

Louisiana; Alice Falconer. Kentucky; Elizabeth Langford, Texas;

Ruby Mae Baten,

Texas.

THIRD ROW Mary

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Mary

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Elizabeth Barr, Kentucky; Martha Candler, Georgia; Margaret Cartter, Texas; Mildred Coy, Texas; Frances Crain, Texas.

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Jane Crane, Georgia; Sheila Conley, Texas; Katherine Clarke, Michigan; Elizabeth Davis, Texas.

THIRD ROW >;,

Virginia Diffee, Arkansas; Elizabeth Downie, Pennsylvania; Katherine Dunn, North Carolina; Dorothy Emrich, Arkansas.

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Laurett Abercrombie, Indiana; Mary Rose Allen, Ohio; Gladys Anderson, Michigan; Virginia Bacon, Texas; Jean Barry, Kentucky.

SECOND ROW Virginia Barry, Oklahoma; Charlotte Bartleson, Kansas; Eugenia Brown, Oklahoma.

THIRD ROW Emily Campbell,

Virginia;

Marion Crawford, Michigan; Carol Combs,

Ohio;

Dixie Daniels, Canada.

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Mary

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Sara Ferer, Nebraska; Susan Grover, Kentucky;

Loraine Gregory, Kansas;

Mary

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Illinois.

SECOND ROW Ruth Goldmann,

Wisconsin; Jean Hagenbuch, California; Charlotte Henschel, Wisconsin.

THIRD ROW Virginia Hinn, Texas; Mildred Kipp, Nebraska;

Maurine Le Neveu,

Texas;

Gladys Lindsay, Ohio.

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Illinois;

Florence Sellevold, Wisconsin; Jean Simmons, Kentucky.

SECOND ROW Dorothy Smith,

Ohio; Virginia Stotler,

Illinois.

THIRD ROW Charlotte Twitty, Indiana; Rebecca Ainsworth, Texas; Gayle Baker, Wisconsin; Jane Frantz, Wisconsin.

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Margaret Hair,

Indiana; Elizabeth

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THIRD ROW Marion Schrubb,

Wisconsin; Virginia Sheafe, Iowa;

Willamae Vinson,

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Iowa.

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Kathryn Baughan, Ohio; Virginia Barr, Missouri; Eugenia Candler, Helen Candler, Georgia; Mary Candler, Georgia.

Georgia;

SECOND ROW Annie Colvard, Tennessee; Esther Conger, Kansas; Peggy Corwin,

California.

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SECOND ROW Florence Hoffman, Missouri; Louise Hollingsworth, Alabama; Gertrude Lasater, Tennessee

THIRD ROW Jean McLean, Michigan; Theron McFari.and, Arkansas; Marion McMichael, Nebraska; Louise

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Tennessee.

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SECOND ROW Dorothy Rose,

Ohio;

Vera Schlenker,

Ohio;

Rebecca Smythe, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Jeannette Spann, Alabama; Marjorie Stevens, Ohio; Virginia Strandberg, Missouri; Evelyn Ulmann, Missouri.

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Catherine Whelan, Oklahoma; Lola Bacon, Ohio; Roberta Carroll, Texas; Cora Nell Fundis, Oklahoma; Virginia Gardner, Tennessee.

SECOND rowLillian Goldstein, Virginia; Addeleen Hawkins, Tennessee;

Daphne Horner,

Virginia.

THIRD ROW Lillie Lee, Alabama;

Kathryn Mitchell, Oklahoma; Dorothy Spurr. Oklahoma; Helen Louise Warmath, Tennessee.

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Lucy Anderson, Oklahoma; Marianna Brown, Pennsylvania; Jessie Burgin, Georgia; Roberta Downer, Kentucky; Margaret Dunlap, Ohio.

SECOND ROW Mary Eberhardt,

Ohio; Pauline Eilber, Michigan;

Johanna

Ellis, South Dakota.

THIRD ROW Virginia Feltus, Indiana; Lucille Francis, Tennessee; Elizabeth Gilbert, Texas; Gladys Hamilton, Kansas.

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Patty Harral, Texas; Kathryn Harvey, Tennessee; Katherine Heflin, Texas; Rachel Holland, North Carolina; Jean Ivins, Nebraska.

SECOND ROW Evelyn Irwin, Alabama; Greta Krauss, Michigan; Louisa LaBounty,

Illinois.

THIRD ROW Violet Lyle, Michigan; Helen McBroom, Minnesota; Lucy Edith Nell Montgomery, Louisiana.

Mae

Mills, Oklahoma;

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York;

SECOND ROW Barbara Reed, New York; Mary Ryan, Indiana; Cecelia Scott, Oklahoma.

THIRD ROW Elizabeth Scott, Nebraska; Frances Sears, Indiana; Dorothy Sellars, North Carolina; Virginia Spangler. Indiana.

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Frances D. Smith, Tennessee; Josephine Smith, Tennessee; Dorothy Wallace, Ann Coleman, Virginia; Dawn Hancock, Georgia.

Illinois;

SECOND ROW Morlais Householder,

Edith Jones, Iowa; Juanita Morphew, Oklahoma; Nancybelle Moss, Kentucky.

Illinois;

THIRD ROW Dorothy Stebbins,

Louisiana;

Vilma Tietjen, Wisconsinj'ELEANOR Thornton, Oklahoma; Louise Toombs, Georgia.

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Ohio; Jane Beeson, Indiana;

Mary Helen Brown, West

Virginia;

Isabel Barrus, Michigan; Frances Claypool, Michigan.

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Illinois.

THIRD ROW Malavon Dennis,

Dwyer, Illinois; Heila Fishman, Michigan; Dorothy Floyd, West Virginia.

Ohio; Scottie

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Harriet Griffin, Iowa; Grace Gardner, Michigan; Clementine Holman, Georgia; Frances Hubbell, Ohio; Louise Huddleston, Kansas.

SECOND ROW Virginia Jarrett, West Virginia; Jerry Knight, Indiana; Sue Kunkle, Ohio.

THIRD ROW Kathleen LaRue,

Illinois;

Dorothy Lassers,

Illinois;

Alice Law,

Illinois;

FIelen Leyse, Wisconsin.

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Bernice MacGregor, Michigan; Sara Elizabeth McClain, Illinois; Emily McKenzie, Georgia; Harriet Miller, Virginia; Margaret Montgomery, Kansas.

SECOND ROW Florence Moss, West

Virginia;

Elizabeth Phillips, Indiana;

Mary Bernice Perkins,

Kentucky.

THIRD ROW Wilma Rogers,

Illinois;

Virginia Selby, Indiana; Adalyn Sherwood, South Carolina;

Jane Siper, Ohio.

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Jane Smith, Ohio; Victoria Spalding, Canada; Dorothy Stewart, New York; Helene Sweeney, Florida; Hazel Wade, Texas.

SECOND ROW Jeannette Caldwell, Tennessee; Willa Ekel, Kansas.

THIRD ROW Virginia Fox, South Carolina; Gracellen Holdeman, Indiana; Marian Prinz, Kentucky;

Elinor Woolf, West

Virginia.

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CLUB

FIRST

Mary

ROW

Elizabeth Boatner, Mississippi; Ruth Brandon, Tennessee; Dorothy Burdette, Ionf. Calhoun, Mississippi; Maria Evans, Mississippi.

Illinois;

SECOND ROW Ann

Gairing,

Marion Gairing, Dorothy Gourley,

Illinois;

Illinois;

Ann Gayden,

Mississippi;

Pennsylvania.

THIRD ROW Ethel Hamilton, Tennessee; Kathryn Hammond, Michigan; Helen Hart, Nebraska; Florence Hurston, Alabama.

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Betty Lane, Nebraska; Betty Lyons, Michigan; Lois May, Nebraska; Frances Mitchner, Mississippi; Mary Elizabeth Morgan, Missouri.

SECOND ROW Jeannette Peak,

Illinois;

Clara Grace Peck, Michigan; Jane Pheiffer, Mary Frances Pope, Illinois.

Indiana;

THIRD ROW Jane Rayburn, Ohio; Elizabeth Richmond, Georgia; Franchon Sayler, Ohio;

Helen Seldomridge, Nebraska.

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ROW

Betty Storck, West

Lucille Zarne, Wisconsin;

Virginia;

Betty Taylor, Wisconsin;

Warrene Barber, Alabama.

SECOND ROW Sara Cottrell,

Mississippi;

Betty Johnson,

Mary

Illinois;

Marjorie Leopold, West

Virginia;

Pray, Michigan.

THIRD ROW Katherine Seager, Ohio; Edith Scheufler, Kansas; Dorothy Schulz, Michigan; Marion Silverman, Missouri.

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Isabell Bauman, Ohio; Marguerite Boomhower, Michigan; Miriam Davis, Mississippi; Virginia Davis, Mississippi; Louise Dills, Oklahoma.

SECOND ROW Marceline Feltus,

Elizabeth FIawkins, Tennessee; Dorothy Hockey, Ohio; Alice Kirkpatrick, Alabama.

Mississippi;

THIRD ROW Mary McCoy,

Ohio;

Ann May, Allie

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Martha Walker,

Arkansas;

W atkins, Mississippi.

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SECOND ROW

K. Amanda Caldwell,

Tennessee;

Nancy Bell Campbell,

Mary

Tennessee;

Hulda Cheek,

Tennessee;

Daniel, Tennessee.

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Tennessee;

Mary

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Jen Finnegan, Tennessee; Helen Grizzard, Tennessee; Marcella Hamilton, Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Roberta Harrington, Tennessee; Mildred Harris, Tennessee; Virginia Neil, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Alice Springer, Tennessee; Jane Sutherland, Tennessee; Evelyn Brandon, Tennessee.

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Barbara Alexander, Tennessee; Wendell Austin, Tennessee; Katherine Blair, Tennessee; Mary Berry, Tennessee.

Tennessee;

SECOND ROW Lillian Brew, Tennessee; Mary Catherine Briley, Tennessee; Jeannette Caldwell, Tennessee; Ella Lou Cheek, Tennessee; Mary Dean Clement, Tennessee; Frances Gibson, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Isobel Goodloe, Tennessee; Sara Guerin, Tennessee; Betty Howe, Tennessee; Danice Jordan, Tennessee; Peggy Loveli Tennessee. ,

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Carolyn Maddox, Tennessee; Marjorie Melton, Tennessee; Willa Moore, Tennessee; Margaret Potter, Tennessee; Henrietta Spicer. Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Claire Roberts, Tennessee; Beverly Stone, Tennessee; Evelyn Thompson, Tennessee; Margaret Thompson, Tennessee; Elizabeth Walters, Tennessee; Helen Wilkerson, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Mary Lloyd Wilkerson, Dorothy

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Elizabeth Gilbert

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May

ROW

Bond, Tennessee; Conrose Buchanan, Tennessee;

Tennessee;

Martha

Collins, Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Nancy Edwards,

Grace Ellen Glasgow, Tennessee; Elizabeth Hutchison, Tennessee; Addie H. Kerrigan, Tennessee. Tennessee; Elizabeth Gerst, Tennessee;

THIRD ROW Douglas Levine, Tennessee; Martha Morgan, Tennessee; Jane Neil, Tennessee; Kathryn Parker, Tennessee; Ann Perry, Tennessee.

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Mildred Pirtle, Tennessee; Eleanor Peed, Tennessee; Reba Rutland, Tennessee; Mary Erwin Stoves, Tennessee; Ruth Strohm, Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Muriel VanDyke, Tennessee; Martha White, Tennessee; Catherine Woods, Milbrey Wright, Tennessee; Treva Pirtle, Tennessee.

Tennessee;

THIRD ROW Eunice Allen, Tennessee; Laura Duke, Tennessee; Elizabeth Hutchison, Tennessee; Claudine Smelser, Tennessee; Portia Ward, Tennessee.

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Amelia Baskerville, Tennessee; Frances Bevington, Tennessee; Dorothy Cate, Tennessee; Rebecca Clendening, Tennessee; Lois Crawford, Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Catherine Dorris, Tennessee; Evelyn Falkner, Tennessee; Pauline Felder, Tennessee; Mary Rachel Gaston, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Bonnie Howard, Tennessee; Ann Elizabeth Hales, Tennessee; Lelia Johnson. Tennessee; Charlotte Keim, Tennessee.

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Mary

ROW

Tennessee; Olive Martin, Tennessee; Florence Martin, Tennessee;

Louise May, Tennessee;

Mary Elizabeth Oman,

Tennessee.

SECOND ROW Louise Porter, Tennessee; Dorothy Rich, Tennessee; Katherine Rutherford, Tennessee;

Anna

Siegrist, Tennessee.

THIRD ROW Virginia

Marie Sloan,

Tennessee; Eugenia Smith, Tennessee; Shelby

Mabel Wooiard,

Tennessee;

Audrey Noblin,

Warwick, Tennessee;

Tennessee.

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MISSISSIPPI

CLUB

Mary E. Boatner Ann May

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Ellen Mitch eli June Haralson Carolyn Hogue Miss Swenson

President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

Frances Mitch ner Allie Wat kins Miss Am berg

Sponsor

Sponsor

ARKANSAS CLUB Mary Mary Mary

C. E. E.

McConnell Morgan Morgan

MISSOURI CLUB

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Virginia Sargeant Virginia St randb erg

Miss Chenoweth

EASTERN CLUB

Ann Ryther Miriam McMichell Kathryn Hammond Helen Hart

Treasurer Sponsors

-- .President

Betty Lybrook Rachel Holland Betty Manning Elizabeth Proctor MissLydeli

Sponsor

Miss McEttrick

ILLINOIS Dorothy Burdette Lillian Foote Eleanor Sapp and

Mary

F.

CLUB President Vice President

Secretary-Treasurer

INDIANA CLUB

Alice

Mr. and Mrs. Rose

Meyer

IOWA CLUB Harriett Griffin Eleanor Browne Loveli Miss Plaskett

Mc Murray Nancy Newman Ann Newman

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

TEXAS CLUB Mary Pittman Helen

KANSAS CLUB

Vircinia Jarrett

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Gretchen Kolliner Miss Nelson

Sponsor

WESTERN CLUB ElbertaGooch

Sponsor

President Vice President Secretary

Jane Nowels Dixie Daniels

Martha Mannington

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor

Miss Campbell

Treasurer Sponsor

WISCONSIN CLUB Rita Miller Carol Miller

MINNESOTA CLUB Mary

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Miss Ross

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

MICHIGAN CLUB

Mrs. Schmitz

Sponsor

Dorothy Floyd Helen Brown

Sponsor

Gretta Krauss Harriet Merrick Terry Fiske

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

WEST VIRGINIA CLUB

LOUISIANA CLUB Elizabeth Williams Elizabeth Morgan Miss Smith

Ci.ine

Miss Blythe

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Lillian Francez

Treasurer Sponsor

Margaret Cartter

Sponsor

Will a Ekel Miss Cobb

President Vice President Secretary

Frances Smith Miss Pugh

KENTUCKY CLUB

Lois Stout Naomi Saip

Sponsor

Louise

Sponsor

Susan Grover Elizabeth Barr Jean Barry Mrs. McComb

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

TENNESSEE CLUB

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Mary

Sponsor

Jean Cummings Eugenia Brown Mrs. Quaid

Treasurer Sponsors

Ruth Peterson

President Secretary-Treasurer

OKLAHOMA CLUB

President Vice President Secretary

Virginia Lloyd

Treasurer Sponsor

Dorothy Rose Dorothy Hockey Miss Boyer

Sponsor

Margaret Rothert Gereldine Manson

President Vice President Secretary

OHIO CLUB

McKelvy

Miss Irvin

Treasurer Sponsor

NORTH CAROLINA CLUB

Vice President Secretary-Treasurer

Martha Hunt

President Vice President Secretary

Miss Kheiralla

CEORGIA CLUB Burgin Eugenia Candler Jessie

Sponsor

NEBRASKA CLUB

President Vice President Secretary

Mildred Clarke Eleanor DeWitt Mariana Brown Sally Jane Fairhead Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey

President Vice President Secretary

Miriam Carter

Sponsor

Miss Leavell

Claribel Jacobs Jane Frantz Miss Carling

President Secretary-Treasurer

Sponsor

President ..Vice President Secret ary Treasurer Sponsor

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to be ever true."

dancing patches through the shedding trees on to the porch of the club. I had drawn it was impossible to study that day it was a day for dreaming. Lightly the breeze lifted the folds of my chiffon dress; pages of the book lying open and neglected in my lap fluttered and were still occasionally a small pile of leaves would scurry across the stones, urged on by a playful wind. Then the wind would die, and all would be silent save for an occasional bird's twitter, the rustle of falling leaves, and the myriad soft whisperings of a fall day. The air was pregnant with those sounds nature's farewell before the silence of winter oppressed the world.

my

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pledge, too, our love for our dear Senior Class bless them, the old and the new."

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gaze sped upward through the trees, already showing bare patches through which the sky shimSlowly, silently, tranquilly, great puffy clouds floated high above, silhouetting the bare branches and the curled, tinted leaves against their virgin whiteness. Through the balustrade of the tower bits of sky like porcelain gleamed. Dreamlike flocks of birds winged their silent way across the sky, while my mind flew to the girls who last year had watched the scene with me. I felt a lump in my throat. Momentarily the sky was obscured by a film, but I blinked my eyes quickly. mered.

"We'll hold high those colors, The gold and the blue Our banners will kiss the sky.

Our faith all-resisting, Our goal for life's best, Our motto to do or die." "Life's best"

ment

— ideals

of a perfect

intangible, inexpressible, fleeting as

Not worldly gain, but the

lemory.

fulfill-

hope and dream.

"The joys we have here Will not fly as the leaves They'll last us life's journey through." ;

down on my book, my hands, my dress. Curled, browned, burned, they and now they fell to be crushed under unheeding feet, brujhed from Cupping a tiny one in the palm of my hand, I examined its seared edges and pondered. Memories are such fragile possessions too many go the way of summer leaves. Thank fortune, some are of the evergreen variety. They return now hours fragrant and bright with happiness, laughter, Silently, gently the leaves drifted

looked.

They had

lived their time,

the steps and burned.

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and content.

"And

the love we have now For the friendships we've made Will live in our memories, too."

Most of these memories center about just a small group. Quiet hours when we talked of things that puzzled us, long walks in the late afternoons, dinner at the club all flooded my mind in a mighty tide my eyes closed. Farther, farther down the lane of memory I wandered. Like fairy tears, recollections gleamed at me. Darting hither and thither I went, picking out incidents.

as

"And though we must part from each

other some day,

As Seniors have parted before, The glorious spirit of 1930 Will linger for evermore." Slowly, slowly my mind came back to the present. Birds whistled, leaves rustled, the wind caressed me. turned to look at Betty. Her eyes, half shut, were on far distances. "Betty," I said, "don't you hate to think that this is our last fall here?" She gazed at me a wistful smile touched her mouth. Two new girls walked up the steps. I

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Swinging through the treetops, High, high up I go. All the gods and all the trees Look so very low.

Swinging up so high, To see the other side of things, And hear the tired wind sigh

Looking at the gay birds, See them turn and stare;

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How

could they ever know I'm flying through the air?

Far above the

Swinging through the treetops, And flying through the air, Let the sun shine through the leaves, And wind blow back my hair.

city,

While other children dream, I

kick high the Stardust,

And

shatter silver beams.

Naomi

Saip, '31.

Bleary-eyed old, that cold,

And

Gray moon stares down;

And

I,

one black speck

Trudging homewards Through black pasture land, With tired and hastened feet, Ignore

it

as

I

stumble over ugly brush clumps.

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'31.

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wondered who invented honeymoons, anyway. Perhaps they began when Jason and Medea The first flight recounted in the fled with the golden fleece, or when Paris and Helen took ship for Troy. Bible that might be considered a forerunner of honeymoons is in Genesis, when Jacob takes Rebecca and Leah and escapes from their father: and stole away unawares to Laban "Then Jacob rose up, and set his sons and wives upon camels, the Syrian, in that he told him not that he fled." I suspect stern fathers like Laban and Skylock of precipitating the hasty action which the world has euphoniously called "honeymoons." Perhaps the Venetians were polite enough to say, "Yes, Lorenzo and Jessica are honeymooning in Genoa," when that worthy pair fled there with Shylock's ducats. Certainly the old shoes, tin cans, and rice that follow the bridal car on its way to the station are faintly reminiscent N0W4 in of the days when dashing gentlemen carried their brides away against the family's wishes. Huckleberry Finn when the daughter of the Grangerford's and the son of the Shepherdson's married, they discreetly "honeymooned" on the other side of the Mississippi River, while their fond relatives on the opposite bank "shot up" each other. And I cannot doubt that a honeymoon was quite necessary for "Lochinvar and the fair Ellen," when I read:

Highway,

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"There was mounting 'mong Graemes of the Netherby clan Forsters, Fenwicks, and Musgraves, they rode and they ran There was rasing and chasing on Cannobie Lee, But the lost bride of Netherby ne'er did they see."

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I wonder if Lord Musgraves, when quite worn out by the hot chase, at last in a fit of exasperation flung an old shoe at young Lochinvar's retreating back But whatever the origin of honeymoons, I suppose the point of having them is that the bride and groom want to be alone together and have their first transports over in private. If so, that is perfectly natural and understandable. But what I want to know is Why go to such tourish-haunted spots as Niagara Falls or Europe? When people are least interested in anything but each other, why go to places where there is most to admire? Imagine standing in the Coliseum trying desperately to call up all your ancient history, or Byron's lines about "butchered to make a Roman holiday," so that you can get into the spirit of those "old, unhappy, far-off things and battles long ago," when you have a perfectly charming and alive man at your elbow No, though Byron himself was a great lover, he did not mix business with pleasure. "Childe Harold" was not written on his honeymoon There are places you could enjoy, I suppose. You could go to Alexandria, near where the battle of Actium was fought, and sigh over Antony and Cleopatra, who also understood love, or go to the south of France and remember the romantic Queen Eleanor and her troubadours. And, of course, there is always the Taj Mahal. Yes, in taking her husband to the Taj Hahal. the bride is really showing a little of the much-talked-of woman's guile. Think of the times in after years when she can cry "This isn't the way Shah Jehan treated his wife." In America the honeymoon seems as necessary to a marriage as the ring. In fact, the extent of the honeymoon trip is used as a gauge of the husband's wealth. If they go to Coney Island for the day, he is "young and-penniless ;" if they go to Niagara Falls or Washington, D. C, he is a "rising young business man ;" and if they go to Europe or the Orient, he is the "wealthy scion of the Kilpatrick family" or a "millionaire oil king." It must be almost entirely an American institution, however. The French are too great realists to countenance such sentimentality the Chinese are too wise while probably a shrewd eye on the expense of the thing restrains the Mohammedans from honeymoons. Imagine how it would run up in hard cash for the Sultan to take each member of his seraglio on a wedding trip. Of course, short trips to Black Sea watering places would do for the lesser beauties, and these could be managed economically but for the favorites nothing less than a trip to Mecca would be in keeping. Seven trips to Mecca would break any Sultan. Perhaps honeymooners are not entirely wrong. Certainly while the marriage lasts the participants do !

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"Really?

How

in the mail this

morning

to the

Kirby

girl's tea at

the Woodstock

nice!"

walked over and picked up the starched white formal invitation and dubiously looked it over. Pshaw Teas are a pesky nuisance, anyway, I thought. They're always the same stiff, obviously gracious, rigidly formal the pampered pet of society. At the home-coming or departing of a cherished "infant," the fond mother hastens to flaunt her social graces and repay her social indebtedness by giving a tea. What could be more simple? And, alas! what is more complex? No wonder I was dubious. I had been a tea trotter for several years. And, of course, being a true female, I had nothing to wear. But though I sighed and racked my brain for decent apparel, there was no One must always go to a tea, you know. To be in the social whirl doubt at all that I would go. Oh, no People must be shown what a charming and popular young person at all, one must go places and be seen. you are in the younger social set. And so the afternoon of the tea I sauntered gracefully into the clubhouse at about five o'clock. Of course, the tea was from three to six, but one must never be so gauche as to come early. Nor is it wise to come very late, for the receiving line tires toward the end and turns reproachful eyes on you for coming Thus your welcome is not so pleasant, and it is slightly embarrassing to arrive just as a great so tardily. many of the guests are leaving. But if you come right between the two extremes, your entrance is an assured success. You sweep graciously in, with your long dress trailing rhythmically behind, and smile and murmur in your low, cultured voice as you pass slowly and easily down the receiving line. You are well received, because the hostesses have had time to wear off their initial nervousness and still they have not yet tired of greeting their guests. Thus leaving behind you an assured impression of your charming Observpoise, you languidly glance around and speak to the friends and acquaintances you chance to see. ing that you are alone, they will naturally draw near to you, and any interesting strangers present will at once perceive that you are a young woman of personal magnetism and charm. You are served and as you sip your tea and daintily refuse the cakes, you laugh softly and generally convey the impression of spirit and gracious good humor. The musical tinkle of your laughter is enchanting, and the handsome young man whom your eagle eye perceived early in the afternoon is now glancing over toward you with flatterI

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whiles on, and

still

you have not yet met the

man

in question.

Now

is

the time to resort to feline

ingenuity.

manage to approach the friends conversing with your prey, and the met with innocent surprise and sophisticated indifference. The combination proves irresistible, and your man is soon hanging on your words and reveling in your wit and womanly charm. As you note his condition, you glance casually at your watch, and are dismayed to discover it is almost five-thirty. Immediately he echoes your surprise and finds that he must also leave. The two of you then say adieu to the increasingly more rigid smiles of the tiring hostesses and descend to the lobby. When you have put on your coat and made some rapid repairs on your waning complexion, you go out only to find him waiting. "Since I was alone, would I not beguile his loneliness and allow him to escort me home?" I would. And so we leave the tea together, and I find the afternoon has been a success. You say mine were the studied, cold-blooded actions of a designing female? Perhaps, but such is the With

tactful maneuvering, you

desired introduction

is

technique of teas.

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1929-30.

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ment, presented a clever light opera, "Seeing Helen Home." The opera was followed by a chorus of popular songs with dramatic interpretations, presented by the remaining members of the faculty, directed in a very capable fashion by Gladys Brooks and Miss Annie Allison. Among their theme songs were, "The Lost Chord," "Death, Where Is Thy Sting?" and "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles." The evening closed with another dramatic monologue by Mrs. Charleton, "Discipline, O Discipline." This made

and lasted a Caught up on

chapel,

than usual.

Tea was served, as

Marian Gairing Sylvia Stewart Jane Smith Dorothy Spurr

Rita Miller Leah Lindley

June Haralson Dorothy Pickens

longer

little

my

all

cor-

usual, in the club-

the dishes

;

am

so

wash

and

quite tired

will

say good night, diary. It

been

has

week, hasn't

it,

such

a

exciting

gay,

diary, dear ?

a

DIARY OF MISTRESS BELLE MEAD Monday, April Dear

book of Secrets:

little

morning

this

five-thirty

at

I

1.

got up read

to

One

of

most enjoyable

the

That

I

Soar

!"

A

day

lovely

all

mushrooms

steak and

We had and the usual

through.

delicious liver for lunch

for dinner.

I

do

wish we'd have more chow mein like we had last week. I paid the rest of my club dues at the meeting tonight,

gave the club four new recStudied very hard, and finished

and

also

ords.

a book review.

but

finals,

the

It

isn't

wanted

I

way and

final

ing was given at the Ryman auditorium April 5. The program night, last opened with a dramatic reading by

Dean

T. D. D. Quaid, entitled

Were a Mr.

Skylark,

A.

B.

Dean Quaid's modest

How

Benedict

start

to

due until after get

it

out of

my

reviewing for

exams.

I

enjoyed

Violets blue,

And

so are you. G. Cook, '51.

Scruggs followed in a short lecture, which added much to the tone of the ably

of training, the

make

hurdle,

may

be taught to marks, and to place of abode than a fly

question

choose a

livelier

common

roost like a freshly fried sau-

—yea,

sage tle

absence

We

verily.

animal in the

fly

;

have a great

why

not respect

it

the

if

cracked

noisily.

Some

girl

on

my

right

her chewing gum so people have no cultural

elevation.

Sunday, April seems

like

7.

Stay-At-Home Sunday

its

F. Sellevold,

'39.

A NEW AGENCY THE WRIGLEY GUM COMPANY HAS APPOINTED

MISS CATHERINE MORRISON

lit-

?

I

hadn't

It

display

Unexpected vocal powers were revealed when Mr. Berry favored us with a tenor solo, "Casey at the Bat." And ESSAY ON THE FLY was interpretative ballet clever a teachthe presented by worked up and A fly may be found roosting high and ers in the English Department, featur- dry on a piece of golden-brown chicken, ing new and graceful steps to the tune or perhaps one can see it taking its of "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party." Who daily dozen in the gravy boat. A ukelele duet, composed of Mr. Don- knows ? The morals of the fly could ner and Dr. Hollinshed, played three hardly be termed as of benefit to its popular numbers, "Moonlight on the fellow man, for the way it rubs its Ganges," "On, Wisconsin," and "My nose with its two front hands is just Miss Theodora Cooley real cute. What with a small amount Blue Heaven."

Today." Miss Morrison, Miss Sisson, and Miss Carling, assisted by Miss Warwick,

can hardly wait for it to begin. Had to prepare all my lessons before the lecture, though. Would have

its

even genius.

Gasoline's dear,

"An

be a lovely illustrated lecture in chapel tonight on "The Philosophy of Modern Morons." It's a three-hour lec-

and

— nay,

Roses are red,

reap-

solo,

Her subject was proceedings. presented and entitled, "The Ferocious Atrociousness of the Monosyllables of

ture,

seemed, with

CHICKEN PLUME

followed

Friday, April 5. I went to the tea room for the first time this week and took some bars and There's apples up to my suitemates. to

it

almost

of brilliant, but not totally unexpected,

"Would Would

refusal to

pear in an encore by a piccolo Evening in Paris." 3.

professional,

and

unexcelled

evening,

artistic

I gave excellent recitations in class. studied hard all evening, and was able to turn my light out promptly at ten-

Wednesday, April

an

to

enjoyable

revelation of talent

presentations which Ward-Belmont students have had the privilege of attend-

thirty.

close

fitting

thoroughly

FACULTY RECITAL STUPENDOUS AFFAIR

ahead in "Emma," It seemed to novel of Jane Austen's. be just the thing to start the day I had all my lessons, including right. Three history notes and art outlines. teachers were so sweet, and told me I a very interesting

and the other mem-

McEttrick,

bers of the Physical Education Depart-

got up and cleaned

houses, and I offered to stay and

REPORTERS

Miss

my

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Associate Editor

News

could sleep through

— Sluggish

trunk and desk drawers. A beautiful rainy Sunday. Services were held in the

Betty Lane

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The eagle is The hawk is king of the woods, The mocking bird can sing the score. But the hen delivers the goods.

SPORTS IN LETTERS TO MUSSOLINI

the bird to soar,

I.

Goodloe,

'37.

There's no time like the pleasant.

Kathkyn Loonan. Take care of the pennies and W.-B. will take care of the dollars.

Dr. Barton.

Join the intelligentsia and sneer at the world.

Betty Lane.

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line

the shortest

is

dis-

tance between two joints.

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So sorry to have missed you at the picnic at St. Peter's last week, but I rated a bid to the Senior Prom with Rachel Holland, which is not to be Well, the sneered at or taken lightly. time seems to have come when all good Pingpong, bobbing sports get together. for apples, tennis, baseball, skipping rope and classes, joining the bicycle club, hopscotch and crocheting, and all sorts of sports have become the vogue

among

all

sports

is

One

of the favorite Home the Lester, you really Say, by the didn't see this, you know. way, have you a grandfather rat in Give rat a free your palace, Beni ? Rat will go to Brunsvoyage ticket. wick town. People will know rat is first to be there, since the Pied Piper People will be led the others out. amused with the rat. Will catch rat, who will become homesick. Move into one of your other palaces, the one at Venice. When rat returns home, there Will die will be no one to greet him. Josephine says it's of disappointment. rough on rats, but sure to work.

the

elite.

called

"Bringing

Now, Miss

Bacon."

Devotedly,

MEN"

Esther had only a dime. It was worth two nickels or ten pennies, and

would buy a pair of shoestrings, two ice-cream cones, or a tin monkey that would run up nnd down a string when pulled. She decided to buy three

All-Star Cast

cents' worth of pretzels and two cents* worth of cream puffs. Yet she still had a nickel, which she thought she would save for a rainy day, and thusly get more for her money. But halt

AND

NANCY LANG JOURNALISM

A

habit of forgetting to replace the on tubes of toothpaste was the cause of Mrs. Smythe Van Smythe's death late last night. Mrs. Van Smythe and her husband were on the way to a Suddenly Mr. Van Smythe disparty. covered that his wife had forgotten to replace the cap on his flask when she

cap

He some minutes before. it promptly shot her, at the same time filled

ruining her evening.

Corwin,

'45.

Who is that great grotesque person obtruding our dear little Esther's pathway ? His great black mustache gently wiggles up and down when he shouts He has large, at the passing children. golden rings in his ears, which usually proclaim him to be a gypsy. But those are lovely, round, red balloons he carries. So finally, after much discussion with her inner self, Esther decided to purchase a great big balloon. Now, having a color scheme firmly fixed in her mind, Esther started homeward, and, after having reached Senior Hall, proudly hung up her balloon in the doorway that all who should enter might see it and admire her taste. Moral Spend your money when you have it.

g

when an

That

always

there Vere.

was a

know

you'll

Yes,

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t

Miss

excuse, helps, little

he

did,

believe

h everything. Rucker won't be

persistent.

anyway. boy named

Once Percy

Anyway, I me when I say he too

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will

become dizzy and bump

to

Method

your aquarium.

in

fish

little

tell

follow

to

fish

tail.

into

He the

side of aquarium, stunning himself and dying for lack of air. Method two is to buy water castle for the fish, who will wish for the days of old when knighthood was in flower. Fish will imagine himself a terrible dragon, and will eat a pebble thinking it is a princess. Fish wiil then choke to the tune of 'My " over.'

troubles are

Now, I've heard Gayle Hinton was a nice little girl, but she wanted to get into the movies. Her family had no serious objections, so she decided to follow her inclinations. Now, Gayle knew that there were other girls who wanted to get into the movies, too, and some were as pretty as she. Well, finally, after waiting for her turn, Gayle did get into the movies. But the greatest disappointment in her life came when the horrid old usher gave her a back seat But, then, life is like in the balcony. that

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Coming

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May 1 A new May

John

Gilbert

will

month.

5

lecture

'86.

"The

May

9

Beethovenisky, African pianist, with

Accompanist Alice Meyer.

May

30

on "Matrimonial Tactics," Seniors only, by Margaret Cartter and Elinor Glyn. Lecture

for

June

4

Last assault on bacon.

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he who hesitates is run over. Yes, the funeral was nice. The keenest band, Madge, ya ever saw. Poor Percy ! Ever dependable.

on

Greater Frigidaire."

"The Angelic Aspirations Did you ever see such nice itti bitti roses just a-climbin' and a-climbin' up Aren't they the their little trestle ? bravest posies ever? To climb so high, and just to think they're doing it all by themselves Now, aren't 'at just too grand ? My, my, I should say yes

was quite a pest. Such persistence, insistence, and what not to no end. and yea How they ramble and ramAnyway, Poicy went down town and ble. About what do they ramble? And tried to evade the red lights and the why must they ? Let them ramble green ones, too. But Percy found that who cares? But aren't they sweet?

Asbury,

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Goocn. Perseverance

and

:

Birds of a feather knock together.

Therefore, give you

the way, my roommate has a goldis just too negligent of it. I must feed it. sent in to "Just Jinny" for advice. This is her reply. Tee-hee you'll laugh. "For the littie uninteresting third party subtitle, the

By

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

EDITORIAL

IN

1929-30

Nap.

'WOMEN WITHOUT

SUBMITTED

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Dear and Dearest Beni

VENDOME

An

April

aren't they darlin' ? And I think they're just too precious for words. They really are. Reminds me of brave little roses cimbing up their trestle, it does.

And

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COUNCIL REPORT Student Council met February 22, Washington's birthday, and reported the following for telling falsehoods: Gertie Casebler Eaoh receives indefinite loss of Senior and and Gladys Brooks Walking privileges. .

Edna Irvin was reported for using a ourling iron in the room of She reoeives four days restriction' from June 10 to June Mrs. Rose Mrs. Rose receives a severe reprimand and one day of restrict14. ion from June 10 to June 11. .

Caroline Leavell was reported for sleeping through breakfast. Her case was considered explained as she had been out late the night before.

Virginia Smith was found sitting up in her cubby after light bell. She receives four days restriction, five days absolute campus, six days plain campus, and seven days loss of social privileges beginning May 31 and ending June- 10. Mrs. Charlie was reported for having a feast in her room at midnight, for operating a pop-corn popper in her room, and for playing the victrola during Sunday quiet hour. Her case was considered explained as she was entertaining a guest from Kentucky.

Her case was reMrs. Charlton was reported for over-connecting. ferred to the Governing Board as tttere was no precedent for handling this case.

Susan Rucker was reported-for reading the house mail notes of her patients, and for playing practical jokes. She receives notice to grant all future requests for excuses from attendance at church.

Catherine Morrison was reported for frightening Freshmen and imitating ye nymph Pan. She receives four days restriction and five days loss of social privileges, date to be decided later. Venable Blythe was reported for crossing the campus in dancing Her case was considered explained as her other hose were at the hose. laundry.

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-6^^t^<<^^^ ON EATING CINNNAMON ROLLS Why do I suffer at least once a week? I am in agony when "they" are brought and the torture increases. I haven't the will power nor even the pride to resist. There "they" are, stacked high in that shiny tray, and I can smell the gentle aroma How delectable they look, all covered with nice "gooey" of cinnamon, spices, and sugar. sugar icing! If only I had the will power! As the dish passes around the table, my heart sinks lower and lower. Is some one else looking at that big one with the same covetous eyes as I? I pray to the gods and my guiding spirit that it will be mine. It comes to me; and as I snatch it from the dish, my fingers burn and my mouth waters at the sight. Now, to lick my fingers and procure that first alluring taste. Those little flakes melt on my tongue, and I have a wild, irrational desire for more and more. All reason is scattered to the winds, and I dive into that delicious roll with a relish not even human. After the first has disappeared where all good cinnamon rolls go, others follow until the cold fact dawns upon my feeble brain that I have lost all count. Heavens! The pounds I must have gained! Well, I'll not do it again. Then I sigh and reach for another with the very joy of eating. The rest of the afternoon is spent in much outward groaning, but inward satisfaction. Nevertheless, it was all worth while; so I wish to propose a toast to the best of all food, the light and delectable cinnamon roll. May it remain forever in my diet. Martha Lubeck.

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Miss Lester pops head out of package

thundering herd? No 'tis only the two-o'clock shopMiss L. "What is this I see before me'! Is't the ping party." [Hastily bars window.] sackcloth and ashes, They approach Miss L. and [Enter a bevy of sweet young things clad tastefully in :

cry piteously.] Mob: "Prithee, gentle soul, give us bus money!

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"Shoot, if you must, this old gray head— but I'll guard my package room change I'm dead !" package room. They tear at the iron bars, crying loudly.] attack to [Mob prepares We will have bus money !" Mob "Bus money trots up and taps "Franny" [Miss L. cowers in corner, clutching cash box. Enter Mrs. Nichols. She on the shoulder.] Are you ready? Girls! The bus is waiting !" Mrs. N. "Girls, girls [Enter Miss Susie Rucker, led by two ravenous bloodhounds.] "Sic 'em, Rosie (Urges bloodhounds on lustily.) "What's this? A revolt? I'll fix 'em!" Miss R. :

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Mob

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little

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this glass of milk !"

and drink

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Virginia Andrews Virginia Bacon Elizabeth Ellis Barr

Jean Barry Charlotte Bartleson

Kathryn Baughan Eleanor Binford Mildred Bishop Dorothy Black Mary E. Boatner Eugenia Brown

Marianna Brown Mary E. Bryan Dorothy Burdette Margaret Cartter Jane Clark Mildred Clarke

Nicholasville Pike, Lexington,

Joan Clinton Roberta Cole Elizabeth Colean Carol Combs

Mary Comer Esther Conger Frances Cooper Margaret Corwin Sara Cottrell Jeanne Cummings Ruth Curry Carolyn Decker Malavon Dennis

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Rose Flentye Dorothy Floyd Lillian Francez

Ann Gairing Marion Gairing Mary Emily Garvey Virginia Gerdl

Elizabeth Gilbert

Bunny

Gillis

Elberta Gooch Mary Goss Harriett Graybill

Helen Green Loraine Gregory Susan Grover Ruth Haggenjos June Haralson

Helen Hart Eloise Hawkins Virginia Hinn Frances Hoffman Rachel Holland

Kentucky

300 Poplar Street, Waycross, Georgia 8, Box 224, San Antonio, Texas 2210 Calder Avenue, Beaumont, Texas 8 West Irving Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 16535 Edinborough Road, Detroit, Michigan Motor Route "A," North Platte, Nebraska Pawnee, Illinois 16 East Water Street, Troy, Ohio 326 East Seventh Street, Anniston, Alabama 2600 North Twelfth Street, Kansas City, Kansas Route 6, Sumner, Illinois 2525 Larkin Street, San Francisco, California

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Point, Mississippi

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Helen McBroom

Mary Catherine McConnell Marian McMichael Louise

McMurry

Geraldine Manson Alice

West Elm

Street, Fairbury, Illinois

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Prague, Oklahoma 219 State Street, Marinette, Wisconsin 1 107 Grove Avenue, Crete, Nebraska 522 Edgewood Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 605 South Chestnut, Bristow, Oklahoma Hoxie, Kansas 551 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama Abraham Lincoln Hotel, Springfield, Illinois 520 West Third Street, Eureka, Kansas 504 South Jefferson Street, Junction City, Kansas 1601 Edgar Avenue, Mattoon, Illinois

Carol Miller Florence Miller Rita Miller Lucy Mae Mills

Margaret Montgomery Amelia Moore Marion Nicholson Evanell Nixon Betty O'Donnei.l Martha Ozee Lilla Lou Peeples Jane Perkins

Tehuacana, Texas 1008 Sixth Avenue,

Dorothy Pickens

3201 Washington Street, Kansas City, Missouri

Catherine Pooley Antoinette Redwine Evelyn Reynolds

161 Beard Avenue, Buffalo,

Cave City, Kentucky Camden, Arkansas

Mary Jane Rowe

215 Day Street, Ironwood, Michigan 812 South National Avenue, Ft. Scott, Kansas

Virginia Lou Sample Eleanor Sapp

Wy anet,

Mildred Shaefer

Adalyn Sherwood

LeunaTatham Margaret Thomason Dorothy Wallace Edna Mae Wienold Elizabeth Willis

Miriam Woodside

Margaret Yoder

Illinois

1932 Dartmoore Court, Ft. Worth, Texas 3009 West Broadway, Great Bend, Kansas 83 Cedar, Wyandotte, Michigan 3639 Curtis Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 1318 Prescott Street, Marinette, Wisconsin Lake Side Drive, Conway, South Carolina

Edith Scheufler Dorothy Schulz Helen Seldomridge Florence Sellevold Virginia Mae Showalter Jane Sipher Rebecca Smythe Colberne Spence Rosalie Spitz Betty Storck Lois Stout Virginia Strandberg

New York

401 North Marshall Street, Henderson, Texas

Margaret Rothert

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2723 North Tenth Street, Kansas City, Kansas 161

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Street,

Norwalk, Ohio Tennessee

Collierville,

1814 Chestnut Street, Hannibal, Missouri Warner Place, Belle Meade, Nashville, Tennessee 1623 Washington Avenue, Parkersburg, West Virginia 215 West Third Street, Junction City, Kansas 11 Morningside Drive, Kansas City, Missouri Andrews, North Carolina Huntsville, Texas 100 East Maple Avenue, La Grange, Illinois 1409 Dial Court, Springfield, Illinois 616 South Bixby, Sapulpa, Oklahoma 609 South Tenth Street, Rocky Ford, Colorado 1056 Summit Avenue, Barberton, Ohio

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Claire Archibald Katherine Blair Frances Buchanan

Amanda Caldwell Nancy Bell Campbell Dorothy Cate Rebecca Clendenning Evelyn Falkner

Mary Rachel Gaston Isobel Goodloe

Mary Graham

Washington Apartments,

Marcei.la Hamilton

Roberta Harrington Mildred Harris Bonnie Howard Helen Louthan Virginia Neil Nancy O 'Connor Kathryn Parker Louise Porter Margaret Reuther Dorothy Rich Eugenia Smith

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2500 Belmont Boulevard, Hillsboro Court, 2001 Blair Boulevard, â&#x20AC;˘

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Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville,

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Lola Bacon Gayle Baker Janis Baldwin

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3320 Avenue R, Galveston, Texas 846 Milam Street, Amarillo, Texas 718 North Wayne Street, Piqua, Ohio 844 Lafayette Street, Denver, Colorado 2585 Cadillac Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 1104 North Broadway, Shawnee, Oklahoma 108 Lane Street, Portland, Oregon 1922 State Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 605 Preston Street, North, Ennis, Texas 1336 North Water Street, Decatur, Illinois 1322 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio 5828 Washington Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 601 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, Minnesota 442 West Sixty-seventh Street Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri 1625 North Twenty-ninth Street, Birmingham, Alabama Bardstown, Kentucky Cedarcrest Farm, Independence, Missouri

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Bauman

Lucille Beasley Jane Beeson Mildred Bemis Dorothy Benton Virginia Berry Naomi Black Josephine Blackburn Gratia-Belle Blackman Helen Blood

Maxine Blustin

Mary

Eiizabeth Boatner

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Juliana Bollen

Marguerite Boomhower Elizabeth Borneman Ruth Brandon Carolyn Brooks Eleanor Browne Mary Helen Brown Marion Brown

Mary

Brown Mary Elizabeth Bunn Mary Stewart Burgher

Vivian

Jessie Burgin

Sarah Burgin Bonham Bush Jeanette Caldwell Ione Calhoon Julia Callahan Olive Cameron Emily Campbell Eugenia Candler

Helen Candler Martha Candler Mary Candler Roberta Carroll Miriam Carter Beth M. Chamberlain Merle Christensen Mildred Cirkle Kathryn Clarke Frances E. Claypool Helen Cline

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Ann Coleman Annie Colvard Sheila Conley Gladys Cook

Marian Cox Frances Crain Jane Crane

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Brownstown, Indiana Milan, Tennessee 1350 Main Street, Fremont, Nebraska Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Coaldale Road, Box 183, Box 556, Clarendon, Texas 34 Maple Court, Indianapolis,_ Indiana

Dixie D. Daniel Elizabeth Davis Mary Eleanor Davis Virginia Davis

Eleanor De Witt Edna Dickson

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Virginia Mae Diffee Louise Dills

1021 Culberhouse Street, Jonesboro, Arkansas 409 South Thirteenth, Muskogee, Oklahoma 2229 College, Terre Haute, Indiana 1442 Jonquil Terrace, Chicago, Illinois

Frances Dix Frances Virjean Dix Janet Donker Helen Doran Miriam Dorney

Elizabeth

Dowdy

Roberta Downer Elizabeth Downie

Drummond Margaret Dunlap

Janice

Annie Katharine Dunn Elizabeth Scott Dwyer Mary Eberhardt

Pauline V. Eilber Marjorie Eipper

Willa Ekel Dorothy Emrich Delys Louise Estep Maria Evans Martha Evans Ruth Evans Sarah Jane Fairhead Alice Cary Falconer Helen Fawcett Marceline Feltus

412 Wesley Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois 1525 Linden Street, Sidney, Nebraska 2401 Allen Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 72 West Fifteenth Street, Chicago Heights, Illinois 1308 Water Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 573 South Market Street, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 323 North Price, Hominy, Oklahoma Williamsport, Ohio 2436 Cherokee Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 1400 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 216 Eaton Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio Yale, Michigan 120 Brighton Road, Sniingfield, Ohio 734 North Washington, Liberal, Kansas

Tyronza, Arkansas Marberc Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana 609 South Meridian Street, Aberdeen, Mississippi 812 South Elm Street, Owatonna, Minnesota 812 South Elm Street, Owatonna, Minnesota 11 Edgewood Avenue, Albany, New York Anchorage, Kentucky French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick, Indiana Somerset, Natchez, Mississippi 519 North Walnut Street, Bloomington, Indiana

Virginia Feltus

Sara Ferer Heila Fishman

Terry Fiske Julia Ford Marian Fox Virginia Fox Lucile Frances Jane Frantz Cora Bell Fundis

Kathryn F. Funk Grace Gardner Mabel Gardner Virginia Gardner Mary Kathryn Garrett Emmy Lou Garthoffner Betty Jane Gaston Anne Gayden

5101 Davenport Street, Omaha, Nebraska 307 South Fuller Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan 180 Eason Avenue, Highland Park, Michigan 1412 Chamberlain Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee 610 Lansing Avenue, Austin, Minnesota Clarks Hill, South Carolina 1207 North Broadway, Knoxville, Tennessee 357 Maple Terrace, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Trousdale, Oklahoma 1403 Old Orchard Road, Vincennes, Indiana 613 Michigan Avenue, Albion, Michigan 3308 Westside Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 236 University Street, Martin, Tennessee 820 Furman Avenue, Corpus Christi, Texas 4438 West Pine Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 2821 Bush Boulevard, Ensley, Alabama 106 Deer Creek Drive, Leland, Mississippi

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German

Jean Gibbs Lora Gillis

Dorothy Glenn Sarah Belle Glover Ruth Goldman Lillian Rosamont Goldstein Dorothy Goodman Christine Goolsby Lucille Goolsby

Idabel, Oklahoma 231 Spruce Street, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania

Dorothy Gourley

Mary Harriet

Griffin

Hope J. Guenther HermaGuillet Hattie Gwaltney Elizabeth Lancaster LIadley Jean Hagenbuch Margaret Hair Helen Elizabeth Hamilton Beverly Hamilton Ethel B. Hamilton Gladys Hamilton Katherine Hammond

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Addeleen Hawkins Elizabeth Hawkins Elizabeth Lee Haynes Margaret Hays Sammie Joe Hays Katherine Heflin Norma Henderson Charlotte Elizabeth Henschel Mary Hickman Eunice Hill Evelyn Hill Katheryn Hinson Gayle Hinton Maurine Hoadley Dorothy Hockey Florence Hoffman Caroline Hogue Elizabeth Holcomb Gracellen Holdeman Clementine Holman Jean Holtsinger Juanita Hormel

Daphne Horner Tomasine Horton Nancy Hotchkiss Morlais Householder Frances Elizabeth Hubbell Julia Elaine Hughes

Fairbury, Illinois 417 East Avenue, Elyna, Ohio Street, Van Wert, Ohio 303 Fountain Avenue, Paducah, Kentucky 1333 Lunt Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 15621 Terrace Road, East Cleveland, Ohio Cullman, Alabama 1145 East Sixteenth Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 601 Canal Street, Decatur, Alabama 1248 South First Street, Evansville, Indiana Crawford, Nebraska 331 Seventh Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 1103 West Main

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Virginia Jarrett

Betty Johnson Esther Jane Johnson Edith Jones Geraldine Kennedy

Wilmena B. Kennedy Mary Helen Kingston Mildred Kipp Jeannette Kircher Alice Margaret Kirkpatrick Helen Louise Knight Mary Jane Knight

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Bernice, Louisiana

Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee Monticello, Iowa

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1119 Woodside Drive, Flint, Michigan

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3872 Broadview Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio

Peggy Wallace

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New York

727 Marion Street, Denver, Colorado

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AGNIFICENT furniture, rare paintings, saza and exquisite drapery are evidences of affluence and good taste; but what do these things, beautiful as they

may

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be, con-

of

tribute to the culture and happiness of the

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MORE MERITS

for the Student

by Eating Plenty of

TRU-LI-PURE DAIRY

PRODUCTS DAILY Our Cream and

cheese

Crest milk, cream, butter

—along with — provide

recreation

healthful a high

standard of efficiency

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The

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Co.

NASHVILLE

Apparel for

moderns .he faultless taste

of

conception which characterizes Castner's apparel

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ACCOUNTS SOLICITED


PARCEL-POST ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION

SWISS CLEANERS NASHVILLE'S

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE


Baird-Ward

Company

Printing Specializing in

Publications

:

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Catalogs

:

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150-152-154 Fourth Avenue, North

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Nashville Trust Building


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Chiffon Frocks

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A hotel -where you -will meet and eat the

belt. Direction

Dinkier Hotel Company Dispensers of True Southern Hospitality.

Special Attention

Delightful

summery

in

exquisite

affairs

pastel shades Given to Students of Ward-Belmont

and Their Parents

floral

ioned

modes E. E.

GAMBILL

and gay

fashdesigns in the newest

along

girlish

lines.

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ALL

QUALITY

McCallum and Golden Art Hosiery

Style First

Price

Range $8.75

Quality to

Always It's a real

$20 Ward-Belmont students and your and we appreciate your patronage.

pleasure to serve

Feminine Footwear

504

CHURCH STREET

friends,


Southern Maid

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It

LAHART COFFEE COMPANY Nashville, Tenn.

for

FLOWERS Atlanta

— Chattanooga — Nashville


Compliments of

BENSON PRINTING

COMPANY YOUNG WOMEN'S NOVELTY

FOOTWEAR

A Most Complete

Hosiery Department

Mail Orders Solicited

MEADORS 408 Union Street

Nashville, Tennessee


Nashville City Transfer Co., Inc. Owners and Operators of

YELLOW CABS RED TOP CABS BROWN BAGGAGE TRUCKS ::

OFFICIAL

COMPANY FOR ALL RAILROADS AND LEADING HOTELS

Seven-Passenger Touring Cars for Sightseeing. $3.00 per hour BAGGAGE AGENTS FOR WARD-BELMONT SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN STUDENTS BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH TO DESTINATION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE .

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Now

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Ride for One Fare

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6-1189

for

Oysters, Fish, Celery

and Lettuce

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IF

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YOU WANT

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Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee The

University Offers Courses Leading to Degrees in the Following Six Schools: I.

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IV.

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are interested.

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412-414-416

UNION STREET

SPORTING GOODS Hardware

— Paint — House Furnishings

Mill, Mine, Factory Supplies

RADIO "Our Hardware Wears"

Paints

— Glass — Ladders — Brushes

WARREN BROTHERS Now

Located 1146-48 Broadway

CO.


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Studio

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Beautiful

End Ave.

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506

Church Street


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Theology and Miscellaneous

Fiction, Biography,

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REFRIGERATORS

and

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Leather Goods

AND GROCERS

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Nashville, Tennessee Phone 6-2822

Two

Stores

609 Church 21 Arcade

Street


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MILK FED POULTRY

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Table Test Eggs

At Lowest

Prices

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Since

Extends

Its

1843

Greetings to

Ward-Belmont

And

to the Classes

PastPresent-—

and Future

416-422 Church Street Next

to

Maxwell House

HOTEL HERMITAGE "A

Robert Meyer Hotel"

NASHVILLE'S FINEST

Fireproof

250 Rooms Rates $2.50 Per

European

250 Baths

Day and Up


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BROS.

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Milestones 1930  

1946 yearbook of Ward-Belmont College.

Milestones 1930  

1946 yearbook of Ward-Belmont College.

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