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MILESTONES VOLUME TWENTY Published by

The Students of

WARD-BELMONT

SCHOOL

Nashville, Tennessee


1934 MILESTONES STAFF Marjorie Jacobson

Editor

Martha Jane Chattin

Associate Editor

Mildred Scott Emily

Business

Warren

Manager

Art Editor

Craig

Assistant Art Editor

Ruth Nehls

Photographic Editor

Sally

Elizabeth

Glasgow

Day Student

Patsy Schorndorfer

The

I

High School Representative

934 Milestones Staff

of the student

Editor

body

gratefully

in

acknowledges the cooperation

helping them to compile this book


TABLE OF CONTENTS VIEW SECTION

ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS FEATURES


DEDICATION To

MiSS

In

MARY-JANE PULVER

appreciation of her competent and enthusiastic guid-

ance

in

the editing of

all

her willing assistance

student publications and

in all

student activities,

we, the staff of the 1934 Milestones,

dedicate

this

book.


MISS

MARY-JANE PULVER


In

Memory

of Dr. Blanton,

Thought

Was

Whose

Always for His

Ward-Belmont

Girls

First


JOHN

DIELL

BLANTON, 1859-1933

B.A., LL.D.


CAMPUS VIEWS FOUNTAIN HERON HALL

THE

PEMBROKE

HALL

SENIOR

HALL BUILDING

ACADEMIC THE

TOWER


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DR.

JOHN WYNNE BARTON President

MR.

ANDREW Vice

We

B.

MISS EMMA I. SISSON Dean of Residence

BENEDICT

President

extend to each

member

of the Ward-Belmont family our heartiest

greetings.

To the

staff of the

MILESTONES

which has labored so diligently,

we

wish

to extend congratulations.

Now

gone by we can but wish the best for To the others in the student body we pledge

that another school year has

the Seniors

who

leave

us.

our utmost endeavors to continue

in

the great cooperative work of

continuing at Ward-Belmont those ideals which are the permanent foundations of worth-while advancement.

JOHN W. BARTON.


M

DR.

JOSEPH

E.

BURK

MISS ANNIE C. ALLISON

Dean of Faculty

It

O

L

I

Principal

of

High School

much gratification to every owner know that her college ranks scholasto know that nine of every ten gradu-

should be a source of

MILESTONES

of a

to

tically with the best;

who

ates

lastic

make either satisfactory know that year by year the scho-

enter senior institutions

or excellent records; to

average of her college

is

rising.

JOSEPH

E.

BURK.

N


M

I

ADMINISTRATION JOHN WYNNE BARTON,

M.A.,

ALMA

LL.D.

ANDREW JOSEPH

W.

BELL BENEDICT

Vice President and

Secretary E.

I.

MARY-JANE PULVER,

SISSON

B.A.

Alumnae Secretary

Dean of Residence

ANNIE CLAYBROOKE ALLISON,

B.A.,

HENRIETTE RICHARDSON BRYAN Manager Book Room and Student Bank

M.A.

High School

Principal of

SNYDER

J.

Bursar

Dean of Faculty

EMMA

FLOWERS

V.

Manager

Business

BURK, M.A., Ph.D.

E.

PAINE

Registrar

President

Library LOUISE SAUNDERS

FRANCES

CHURCH,

E.

MARY LELAND HUME,

M.S.

B.A.,

ROSE MORRISON,

Librarian

B.S.

B.S.

Library Staff

Home Department EMMA

I.

SISSON

Dean of Residence

MRS. J. W. CHARLTON MRS. SOLON E. ROSE

MRS. BONA A. NICHOLS MRS. ALLEN G. HALL MRS. WILLIE B. WEEDOM

Assistants

Chaperons

MARY NEAL

EMMA BOND

MRS. E. O. TATE MRS. MARY LEE JETER MRS. MINNIE POWELL

VIRGINIA WESSON Graduate Nurses

Hostesses

School of Liberal Arts Faculty

JOHN WYNNE BARTON,

M.A.,

ANNIE CLAYBROOKE ALLISON,

LL.D.

President

ANDREW

BELL BENEDICT

B.S.,

E.

BURK, M.A., Dean

George Peabody College for TeachGraduate Work, University of Chicago

JOSEPH

E.

BURKE

Ph.D.

Education

Southwestern University; M.A., Southern Methodist University; Ph.D., New York

B.A.,

ANNIE CLAYBROOKE ALLISON, Principal of

M.A.

M.A.,

ers;

Vice President

JOSEPH

B.A.,

Latin

B.A.,

M.A.

University

High School

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—


M

JANE CARLING Graduate, Ward-Beimont School; sity of Wisconsin

Biology

B.S.,

Univer-

B.S.,

George Peabody College

M.A.,

for

Teachers

GERTRUDE CASEBIER

FLORENCE

History B.A.,

FRENCH

JESSIE LEE

Physical Education: Riding

GOODRICH

F.

Physical Education and

Western Kentucky State Teachers College; M.A. Vanderbilt University

B.S.,

College;

Hillsdale

Physiology University

M.S.,

of

Michigan; Graduate Student, Michigan State College for Teachers, MerrillPalmer School

MARTHA ANNETTE CASON Latin

Chicago; M.A., Columbia University; further graduate study, Columbia University University

B.A.,

MARY

ELIZABETH

FRANCES

E.

Graduate of the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts

Athletics

MARGARET FRIERSON HALL

for Teachers

Assistant

CHURCH

Latin

Missouri State Teachers College; Graduate Student, Illinois University; M.S., Columbia University

B.A.,

Randolph-Macon Woman's College; M.A.. Cornell

VERA

BLANCHE HENRY CLARK M.A.,

Duke

study,

University;

Vanderbilt

graduate

further

Ph.D., University of

HAY

L.

Chicago; Graduate Student,

Vanderbilt

University

University

CORA HENDERSON

EUNICE COOKE

Training

Secretarial

Chemistry B.A.,

M.A., Wellesley College

B.A.,

University

History

History B.A.,

Gymnasium

in

MARGARET HARGROVE

Methods

Library B.A.,

in

George Peabody College

B.S.,

Art

CAYCE

Physical Education: Assistant

GORDON

LOUISE

of

VIRGINIA RIDDLE DICKINSON

Southern College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers

LOUISE LORETZ HERRON

Foods and Nutrition

English B.S.,

Teachers

M.A.,

College,

Columbia

George Peabody College

University;

for

B.S.,

Teachers

Vanderbilt

Diploma

University;

THOMAS

B.

DONNER

V.

B.A.,

M.A.,

W.

University Ph.G.,

L.

Venice,

California

HOLLINSHEAD University

FRANCES HELEN JACKSON German Birmingham-Southern College; Student, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; private

FOUNTAIN

B.A.,

French

lessons B.A.,

H.

Michigan; Student, and Marine

Station

D. Sc, Vanderbilt

Nashville Bar; Secretary of the School

LUCY

Station,

of

Chemistry

FLOWERS

Commercial Law

Member,

University Biological

Biological

Economics

W.

M.A.,

Michigan

FRANCES EWING

Vanderbilt

Columbia

Literature,

London

Biology B.A.,

Ward-Belmont School;

M.A.,

English

ALMA HOLLINGER

East Texas Teachers College; M.A., Southern Methodist University

Graduate,

in

University of

Spanish B.A.,

University;

Barnard College

Tage IS

—

in

Vienna;

M.A., University

Vanderbilt


M

O

I

N

SARA CLAYTON JETER

OLIVE CARTER

Dancing Graduate, Ward-Belmont School; pupil of Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn, Doris Humphrey, Mikhail Mordkin, Margaret Severn,

University of Nashville; Graduate Student Vanderbilt University; M.A., Columbia University

Adolph Bolm, Albertina Rasch, Tashamira, Johnny Boyle

Fokine,

KATHARINE

V.

BERTHA M. RUEF French

LYDELL

M.A., Vassar College; Diplome de Professeur de Francais, Universite de Toulouse

A.B.,

English

Wellesley College; graduate Vanderbilt University

A.B.,

study,

OSCIE

FRANCES ADAMS McELFRESH B.A.,

Connecticut College for cat d'Etudes Francaises,

Women;

Certifi-

Chicago

of

THEODORA COOLEY SCRUGGS

MAJOR

English

Mathematics B.S.,

B.A.,

George Peabody College

Wellesley College; M.A., Vanderbilt University;

for Teachers

further

graduate

Vanderbilt

CATHERINE

Director School of Physical

HIBERNIA SEAY

Education

French

Randolph-Macon Woman's College; M.A.. Duke University; Diplome Superior en Etudes Francaises, University of Nancy; Diplome en Cours de Civilisation Francaise, Sorbonne

B.A.,

MARY RACHEL NORRIS Psychology

Mawr

M.A., Bryn

ate

College; further gradu-

George Peabody College

study,

Teachers

and

Columbia

MARTHA

MARY WYNNE SHACKLEFORD

for

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

University

ORDWAY

K.

English Ph.B.,

University

of

Chicago;

Peabody College

for

M.A.,

George

Teachers

ANNA PUGH

ROBBIE ALLISON SHACKLEFORD

English

Mathematics

B.A., University of

Chicago;

Arkansas; M.A., University of Graduate Student. Columbia

University;

further

George

graduate

Peabody College

B.A.,

Vanderbilt University

VIRGINIA SMALL

study, for

Assistant

Teachers

ELLENE

study,

University

MORRISON

E.

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

B.A.,

SANDERS

and Sociology

Rice Institute; M.A., University of Chicago; further graduate study, University

University of

Lausanne

NELLE

A.

Religion

French B.A.,

ROSS

and Art History

English B.A.,

B.A.,

Butler

Biology

in

University;

M.A..

University

of

Wisconsin; Student in Medicine, Vanderbilt University

RANSOM

English

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

B.A.,

LOUISE

LINDA RHEA B.S

SUSAN

English and History Vanderbilt University; M.A., Columbia University; M.A., Vanderbilt University Ph.D., Vanderbilt University

JAMES

A.

University

— Tage

SOUBY

George Peabody College

FRANCES

ROBINS

Vanderbilt

M.A.,

for

Teachers

B.S.,

M.A.,

S.

English B.S.,

Mathematics B.A.,

SHOWERS SMITH

and Accompanist in Dancing Graduate, Ward-Belmont School

Assistant

19-

G.

SWENSON

Clothing Iowa State College; M.S., George Peabody College for Teachers


M

I

SHERWOOD TOWNSEND

PAULINE

CATHARINE

Director School of Expression

Graduate,

New

England Conservatory; PostSchool of Expression;

graduate, Boston Special Courses

in

and

New

York,

A.

WINNIA

Expression

Chicago

Boston

RUBY VAN HOOSER

Graduate, Ward-Belmont School of Expression; Graduate, Vanderbilt School of Expression; Certificate, Teachers and Directors Course, American Academy of Dramatic Art; B.S., Peabody College for Teachers

Religion

Athens College; Graduate, Scarritt College for Christian Workers; Graduate Student, University of Chicago; M.A., Columbia University

HELEN CARTWRIGHT GRIZZARD

B.A.,

Assistant

in

Chemistry Laboratory

Graduate. Ward-Belmont School;

B.A.,

Vander-

University

bilt

School of Music

LAWRENCE GOODMAN

FREDERICK ARTHUR HENKEL

KENNETH ROSE LAWRENCE H. RIGGS FREDERICK ARTHUR HENKEL SYDNEY DALTON

College of Music; Student, Cincinnati College of Music; Pupil of Steinbrecher, Andre, and Sterling

Members, Board of Musical Directors

Metropolitan

FRANCES HELEN JACKSON

MARY VENABLE BLYTHE Sight Playing and

Harp

Piano

University

FLORENCE

N.

of

Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Study, Eastland School of Music and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Private Lessons in Vienna; Pupil in Master Class of Carlos Salzedo

B.A.,

Graduate, St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio; Pupil of von Mickwitz and Harry Redman; TheoMethodist retical Courses in Southern University,

Organ

Director of Pipe

Graduate,

Colorado

LAWRENCE

BOYER

H.

RIGGS

Director Department of Musical Sciences

Voice

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

B.A.,

at

Oxford

Summer Courses, Chicago Musical College, Northwestern University School of Music and American Institute

University, England;

of

SYDNEY DALTON Director of Voice Department

Dominion College of Music, Montreal; M.Mus., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Pupil of David Bispham. Max Heinrich and J. H. Duval; Studied Piano with Rafael Joseffy; Composition with Rubin Goldmark and Frederick Schlieder

Rhodes Scholar

Beloit College;

Normal Methods; Graduate of American Institute of Normal Methods

L.Mus.,

HAZEL COATE ROSE Piano of William H. Sherwood. Glenn Dillard Gunn, Victor Heinze; formerly Teacher of Piano, Cosmopolitan School of Music,

Pupil

Indianapolis

MARY DOUTHIT

KENNETH ROSE

Piano

Ward-Belmont

Graduate,

Director Department of Violin

School

of

Music; Pupil

Lawrence Goodman, Harold von Mickwitz and Sigismund Stojowski

Pupil

of

Piano

McGibeny,

Indianapolis;

of

Arthur

Paris; of George Lehmann, Berlin; of Souky, Prague; formerly Teacher Metro-

Hertman,

LAWRENCE GOODMAN Director of

of

and Sym-

politan School of Music. Indianapolis,

Concert

Department

Master,

Indianapolis

phony Orchestra

and Stojowski; Student at Ferrucio Master School for Pianists, Basel,

Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson, Josef Lhevinne

Sigismund Busoni's

Switzerland;

Scholarship

Pupil,

Peabody

AMELIE THRONE Piano

Maurice Aronson, Vienna; of Josef Lhevinne, Berlin; of Sigismund Stojowski, New York; of Harold Bauer, New York

Pupil

Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, Maryland; formerly Teacher of Piano, Von Ende School of Music, New York City; has concertized extensively in United States; Duo-Art Recordings

of

ANNIE CAVERT Practice

-"Page 20

—

Supervisor





M

I

SENIOR CLASS ALICE VIVIENNE HILL A.

General

Eccowasin

Diploma

President Senior Class, '34;

W.

C. A. Cabinet, '33; Glee Club, '33, '34; Spanish Club, '34; President's CounY.

Diploma

General

Vice President Senior Class, '34; Eccowasin President Club, '33; Orchestra, '33, '34; Athletic Association

Water

'34.

cil,

GLASGOW

ELIZABETH

K.

Manager,

Polo

Member

Active

Association,

EVELYN COOPER

KATHERINE LUCILLE

COMBS

Osiron

General

Diploma,

sion

ELIZABETH

POLK

LURLINE ALEXANDER Osiron

Eccowasin

Diploma

General

Expression

Certificate

1

Treasurer '34; Vice Class, Senior German Club, President

Day

Student

Second

'34;

B.

C,

ber

Basketball

Beautiful— A. Active Mem-

'34;

Varsity,

'33;

Athletic

Association,

'34.

BETTY

ANNETTE

NELL BETTY

ANDERSON

X.

Eccowasin

General

General

Diploma,

Certifi-

cate

Costume

Design

in

and Commercial

Illustration

General Second

ANDERSON L.

Diploma Proctor,

Basketball

'34;

Varsity.

Sergeant-at-Arms X. L. Club, '33; Spanish Club, '34; Active Member Ath'34;

letic

Association,

'33,

Manager Outing Club,

— Tage

'34; '34.

22

Del

Expres-

Diploma

Secretary Senior Class, '34; Circulation Manager Hyphen, '34; Secretary Orchestra, '33; Secretary Illinois Club, '33.

MARY

'33:

Athletic '34.

'33,

General

Ver

Diploma,

sion

Expres-

Diploma

Treasurer Senior Class, '34;

and Kentucky Club,

Secretary

Treasurer '33.


M

I

SENIOR CLASS WILMA

D.

A.

General

BAKER

General

'33; Pembroke, Wordsmith, '33, '34; Hyphen Feature Writer, '33; Glee Club, '33, '34; French

Proctor

'33, Club, Club, '34.

'34;

German

MARY FRANCIS BANKER F.

General President

Ward '34;

F.

Diploma F.

Belmont Glee Club,

dent's

Council,

Diploma

Anti - Pandora Vice President, '33; Active Member Athletic Association, '33, '34; '34; Council, President's Glee Club, '33, '34. President Club, '34;

MARY RUTH BARNES Ariston

F.

-

MARY LOUISE BALSIGER Anti-Pandora

K.

Diploma

General

Diploma

Club, '34; Organist, '34;

Presi-

'34.

RENA BERRY

VIRGINIA BARNES Ariston

General Spanish

Club,

Diploma '34.

X. L.

Diploma

General President X.

Active

Club,

'34;

Varsity,

'34;

L.

Second Tennis

Member

Athletic

Association, '33, '34; President's Council. '34.

MARIE BOMKE

SARA JO BERRY Tri

General sion

A. K.

K

Diploma,

ExpresCertificate

General

T<igc 2}

Diploma

Chapel Proctor, Club.

'33.

'34; Frenc'n


M

SENIOR CLASS GRACE

EVELYN BOYD

ELIZABETH

BOSSERMAN Tri

Ariston

K

Physical Education

Diploma

General

Diploma

Vice President Athletic As'34; Associate sociation, Editor Milestones, '33; Hyphen Reporter, '34; Tennis '33; Hockey Var-

Varsity, sity,

Second All-round

'34;

Athlete, '33; Active Member Athletic Association, '33, '34; Basketball Varsity, '34.

JANE BRIGGS

IMOGENE BRATTON

Angkor

Eccowasin

General

Diploma

Ge neral

Diploma,

Piano

Certificate

Se ond

W

C.

President

Vice A.,

'33;

An gkor Club, CI

CATHERINE Del

General

BROWN

K.

MARGARET BRUGH Ariston

Ver

General

Diploma

Diploma

Secretary Athletic Association, '34; Treasurer Y. W. C. A., '34; Baseball Varsity, '33;

Hockey

Active ber Y. '34;

W.

'34;

Varsity,

Member '33,

Association,

Athletic '34;

Mem-

C. A. Cabinet,

Hyphen Reporter,

MARY BRUGH Ariston

General

Diploma

'34.

ANGIE

FIELDS

CANTRELL

Eccowasin

General

Diploma

Vice President Eccowasin Club, '34; Glee Club, '34.

Tage

24-

b,

'33,

'34.

'34;

Y.

Secretary

German


O

M

N

SENIOR CLASS JANE

G. Tri

CARROLL

General

Certifi-

cate

Costume

Design

in

and Commercial President

Tri

ANITA CAUDLE

K

Diploma,

Illustration

K Club,

'34;

'34; Council, Member Athletic

President's

Active

Association, '34.

CHRISTINE

COCHRAN

VIRGINIA CORNELIUS

Angkor

Home

Economics cate

X. Certifi-

General

L.

Diploma

Senior Hall, '34; Reporter, '33, '34; Glee Club, '33. Proctor

Hyphen

ELIZABETH RUTH

ISOBEL COULTER

General

Diploma

General Proctor

Senior

Hall,

'34;

Basketball Varsity, '34; Active Member Athletic As-

F.

General

Ariston

Eccowasm

F.

General

Diploma

President Boarding Student

Council, '34; Proctor Founders Hall, '33; Member Y.

Cabinet,

A.

Glee Club,

'33;

Council, '34.

—

President '34.

MARGARETTE DORRIS

VIVA LEE DAVIS

C.

Vice Club,

Diploma

'34.

sociation,

W.

CRANE

Ariston

K

Tri

"Page 25-

'33;

President's

sion

Diploma,

Expres

Certificate


M

I

SENIOR CLASS BOB DURAND X.

General Vice

First

FRANCES EARLS Ariston

L.

General

Diploma

President Y.

Diploma

W.

C. A., '34: Boarding StuSeniorTreasurer, dent

Middle

Class,

Club,

'33,

tion,

Glee

'33;

'34;

Active

Athletic

Associa-

'33,

Member

'34.

MARJORIE

EDMONSON

VIRGINIA FERGUSON Del Ver

X. L.

General

LOUISE FLEMING Diploma

LYDIA FOUNTAIN Diploma

President Y. W. C. A., '34; Hyphen Reporter, '33, '34; Active Member Athletic Association. '34; Secretary

'34.

'33,

'34;

Schoo

General Diploma, Diplom in Textiles and Clothinc

VIRGINIA

WARREN

Eccowasin

General Diploma Club Hyphen Reporter.

'3

k\A^

Boarding President's Coun'34; Glee Club, '33; '33,

'33.

Choir,

FORD

cil,

Orchestra,

Gle e Club,

FREEMAN

Osiron

General

General Diploma

Eccowasin

Triad

General

LUCILLE

Diploma

'34.

Tage 26

—


M

O

I

N

SENIOR CLASS RUTH CHALFANT FRYE

DOROTHY JANE FUNK

Agora General

Diploma,

sion

Tri

General

Expres-

Diploma

Athletic

Association,

'34,

Active

Member,

'34;

Hyphen

'33,

Reporter, '34; Hockey Varsity,

'34;

Varsity,

Hockey

Second

'33.

DOROTHY GLANDER

E'LOIS GEIBEL Osiron

Del Ver

General Diploma, Dancing Certificate

Treasurer Osiron Club,

Manager

General

Treasurer Agora Club, '34; Hyphen Stenographer, '34; Orchestra, '33, '34.

K

Diploma

General

Diploma

Secretary Student Council, '34.

General Proctor, '33; Active Member Athletic '34;

Association,

'33,

'34;

Bas-

ketball Varsity. '34.

CAROL GOODENOUGH

FRANCES HALE

Osiron

Ariston

Diploma

General French

WILMA HARRELL T.

General

'33.

CHARLIE HOLCOMBE

C.

Diploma

Club,

A.

General

K.

Diploma

Secretary A. K. Club, '34; Active Member Athletic Association, Varsity,

Page

27

'33.

'33,

'34;

Gym


M

SENIOR CLASS KATHLEEN HUSON Diploma

General

Member

Active

JULIET HUTTON Agora

C.

T.

Association,

Certificate

'3

4;

Varsity, Second Baseball '33; Club Hyphen Re-

porter,

'34;

Spanish

in

Interior

Decoration

Athletic

'3 3,

Secretary Agora Club, '34; '33; French Club, Glee Club, '33, '34.

Club,

'34.

DOROTHY JONES

MARJORIE JACOBSON Del Ver

General Editor of Business

Bowling tive

Milestones,

Manager,

'33;

Varsity, '33,

'33;

Ac-

AsSpanish

Athletic '34;

'34; President's Club, '34; Individual Council, Citizenship Winner, '33.

JENNABETH JONES

MARY FOUTE JONES

Osiron

General

Diploma,

sion

Tri

Expres-

General

Diploma

Secretary Osiron Club, '34; French Club.

Hyphen

Member Cabinet.

Manager '34;

MARION KAESER Agora General

Diploma

Vice President Agora Club, '34; German Club, '33; Glee Club, '34.

Expres-

Diploma

sion

Treasurer

K

Diploma, Tri

K Club,

Reporter,

'33,

'34; '34;

W.

A. C. '33; Bowling Athletic Board,

Y.

Wordsmith,

'34.

JEANNETTE KASSEL Osiron

General

Diploma

President Osiron Club, '34; President's Council, '34.

Tagc

2S-

Diploma

General '34;

Member

sociation,

Ariston

Diploma

President Day Student Council, '34; Proctor, '33; Tennis Varsity, '33; Active Member Athletic Association, '33, '34; President of

Day

Student

Council.

'34,

President's Secretary, '33.


O

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SENIOR CLASS VICTORIA KEIDEL

EDITH LUCRETIA

A. K.

KENNEDY

General

Ariston

Diploma

President Athletic Associa'34; tion, Literary Editor '33; Milestones, Hyphen Reporter, '33; Active MemAthletic Association, ber '33, '34; German Club, '33, '34; Second Basketball Var'33;

sity,

Second '33;

Varsity,

Hockey

President's

'34;

Varsity,

Council,

'34.

FERNE KING

JEANETTE

Ariston

General Diploma, Diploma in Foods and Nutrition

KNOWLES

B.

Del

General

Ver

Diploma

President Spanish Club, Treasurer Athletic As-

'34;

'34;

sociation,

W.

Member

Y.

C.

A. Cabinet. '33; Reporter, '34; AcMember Athletic As-

Hyphen tive

sociation,

'33,

geant-at-Arms Club, Varsity,

'33;

'34;

Ser-

Del

Ver

Second Tennis

'33.

KATHERINE

HELEN LARIMER Del

General

X.

Ver

General

Diploma

LAWHORN L.

Diploma

President Del Ver Club, '34; Secretary of Class, '33; French Club, '33; President's Council, '34.

MURIEL HAMILTON

MARJORIE LEWIS Angkor

LEVERETT Osiron Secretary of Y. '34; Glee Club,

— Tage

29

General

W.

C.

'33.

A.,

Diploma


M

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SENIOR CLASS MARY MARJORIE

HELEME

LINCOLN T.

T.

General

Diploma

General President

C. Club,

Member

Club, '33,

'34; Hyphen Association, Reporter, '33, '34; Hockey '34; President's Varsity,

'33;

'33,

'34;

ANNE

MATHIS F.

Diploma

Eccowasin Club '34; Day Student Treasurei Senior-Middle Class, '33

Hyphen Versatile

— A.

President's

MARGARET MORRIS Anti-Pandora

Diploma

Treasurer '34;

Penta Tau Club,

Club Editor Hyphen,

Spanish Glee Club, Choir, '34.

'34; Club, School

'34;

RUTH

I.

Del

General

'34;

NEHLS Diploma

'33; Photo graphic Editor Milestones '34; French Club, '33, '34 Member Athletic Active Association, '33, '34; Ten

Chapel Proctor,

Athletic As sociation, '34; Tennis Var sity, '34; Piano Certificate nis

Manager

ROBERTA MUNGER Penta Tau

Ver

President Penta Tau Club, DepartCirculation

'34;

ment Hyphen,

Member tion,

'33,

sity,

'33,

Council,

'34; '34; '34;

Active Associa-

'34;

Athletic

Second VarPresident's

Glee

Club,

'34.

'33.

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Reporter, B.

C,

Council,

'34 '33 '34.

F.

General Diploma

President

General

Council,

'34.

KATHRYN JOHNSON

LOFTIN

General

DELL MEYER

Wordsmith,

President's

Eccowasin

Penta Tau

'34;

Hyphen Reporter,

'34.

Council,

MAY

Diploma

Editor Hyphen, '34; French '34;

Athletic

Active

LOEB

B.

Agora

C.

Hyphen '33,

'34;

Reporter Club Glee Club, '33.


M

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SENIOR CLASS MARTHA

MARY LULA PIVOTO Penta Tau

Tri

George Washington,

General

'33;

President Texas Club, Reporter, Hyphen

'33; '34.

PYEATT K

Diploma

Vice President CounProctor Pembroke, Vice President French Club, '34; Secretary, '33; First

cil,

'34;

'33;

Sergeant-at-Arms Club, '34; Active Athletic

RANDLE

BETTY T.

Penta Tau

General

Art Certificate of

C. Club,

'34;

'33;

Ohio

President

Poster

'34.

RUTH ROBINSON

C.

General Diploma, General President '34; Vice

K

Tri

Member

Association,

Diploma,

Piano

Certificate

Club, of

Glee

T.

'34;

Glee Club, Chairman Out-

'34.

Club Accompanist, Martha Washington,

ing Club, '34.

MARTHA VIRGINIA

SUE SALTER

RUCKER

A.

Agora Diploma

Violin

Orchestra,

'33,

'34.

ANN SHAW

Basketball Varsity, '34;

W.

— Tagc

C. A. Cabinet,

i

I

'34.

Certificate

Member, '33, '34; French Club, '33; Glee Club, '33, '34;

Club,

'34;

School

Agora

Diploma

President Glee Club, '34; Baseball Manager Athletic '34; Association, Active

Y.

Glee Choir,

MARGARET SHAW

X. L.

General

K.

Voice Certificate

'34.

in

Interior

Decoration


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SENIOR CLASS MARTILE SHERMAN T.

CLAUDINE SMELSER

C.

Eccowasin

General Diploma, General Art Certificate

Member

Y.

W.

C.

A.

Cabinet, '34; Active Member Athletic Association, '34; French Club, '34; Glee Club, '33.

E.

DOLORES SMITH A. K.

Diploma,

General

Piano

Certificate

Glee Club. '33, '34; Secretary and Treasurer, '34;

A. B. C. Entertaining Contest, '33; Active MemAssociation, Athletic ber '33, '34; German Club, '33.

GANEL STUART

BEVERLY STONE Angkor Diploma

Penta Tau

General

General

Vice President Day Student Council, '34; Vice Senior - Middle President First

Class, '33;

Second Baseball '33;

Varsity,

'33,

Varsity,

Basketball '34;

Hockey

'34;

Manager

Basketball Athletic Associa-

'34;

Active Member,

Varsity,

tion, '33,

Member

Diploma

W. C. A. Riding ManCabinet, ager Athletic Association, '34; Gym Varsity, '33; Or'34; '33, Active chestra. Member Athletic Association, '33, '34; Glee Club, Y.

'34;

'33.

'34.

MARY LEIGH

MARGARET JACKSON SWANEY

TALIAFERRO Tri

Eccowasin

Home

Economics

Diploms

K

Diploma.

General

Riding

Certificate

French

Club,

Individual

'34;

Second

Winner

Fall

Riding Show, '34.

Tage

32

General

Diploma

Secretary Eccowasin Club, '34; Active Member Athletic

Association,

'33,

'34.

LISBETH SMITH Angkor General Active

Diploma

Member

Athletic

'33;

German

Association, Club, '34.


M

SENIOR CLASS ELLEN TRABUE

KATRINA VAN

BENSCHOTEN

Ariston

General Active

Member

Association,

Tri

Diploma '33,

Athletic '34.

K

General Diploma, General Art Certificate French tary Tri

ber Y.

Club,

Secre-

'34;

K Club,

W.

'34;

Mem-

C. A. Cabinet,

'33, '34.

MARY RUTH VANDERBILT Anti-Pandora

General Vice

Diploma

President

JANE WALLACE Eccowasin

General

Diploma

Anti-Pan-

dora Club, '34; Treasurer, '34; '33; Club, French Member Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '34.

WARREN

EMILY T.

VIRGINIA WINSTON A.

C.

General Diploma, Ger Art Certificate

eral

Art Editor Milestones, Member Y. W. C. Cabinet, '34.

'34;

A.

General

K.

Diploma

President A. K. Club, '34 Hyphen Reporter, '33, '34 '34 '33, French Club,

Wordsmith,

Glee

'34;

Club, '34; Active

Membe

Athletic Association,

MARJORIE ZAUG

DORIS ZWEIFEL

Agora General tarial

Osiron

General

Diploma,

SecreCertificate

Glee Club,

President Agora Club, '34; Bowling Varsity, '33; Hy-

phen

Stenographer,

President's

Council.

'34; '34.

CHARLOTTE HOLLAND Eccowasin

General

Tagc

}3-

34.

Diploma

Diploma '34.


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SENIOR SONG We pledge now our love for our old W.-B., We vow to be ever true; We pledge, too, our love for our dear Senior God

bless them, the old

We'll hold high those colors, the

Our banners

Our

faith

shall kiss

Gold and the

Blue;

the sky.

our goal for

resisting,

all

Our motto, "To do

Class-

and the new.

life's

best,

or die."

The joys we have here

will

not

fly as

the leaves;

They'll last us life's journey through;

And

the love

Will live

in

we have now

for the friendships we've

And though we must

part from each other

As Seniors have departed before, The glorious

made

our memories, too;

spirit

of old '34

Will linger for evermore.

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JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS ELLEN BOWERS Angkor High

School '34;

'34;

French Club,

President's

gh

Middle

-

'33,

Council,

e

'33,

Penstaff,

'34;

'34.

Angkor School

Secretary Class,

*># HELEN ALDRIDGE

MARY LOUISE BEARDE Ariston

Osiron

High

Certificate

School

Vice President Osiron Club, '34; French Club, '34.

High School Vice '34;

Club,

Certili^/aT

President Treasurer '34;

Penstaff

A '33

Penstaff,

'34.

MARTHA

BEASLEY

Triad

High School

Certificate

HILAGARDE BECK Agora High School

Certificate

— ?«kc

38-

Certificate

Junior

-

Middle.

School

./*

Certificate

President Junior-MidClass,

RUTH KELLER High

CALDWELL Angkor

Certificate

Junior

President Class,

ELSIE

'34.


M

JUNIOR- MIDDLE CLASS MARGARET BLACKMAR Tri

EVELYN BRADEN Angkor

K

High School Certificate Secretary-Treasurer Angkor Club, '32; Vice President Class, '33; Secretary Day Student Council, '34; Penstaff,

MARION BULLOCK Anti-Pandora

High School Certificate

'34.

ANDRENA

BUTTERFIELD

Triad

High School Certificate '32

Vice President Class, French Club, '34.

ELIZABETH

BUTTS

JEAN DOAK CAMPBELL

Triad

Ariston

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Member Athletic Association, '33, '34; Gym '33; Varsity, Sergeant-atArms Ariston Club, '34. Active

VIRGINIA

CARSON

EVELYN CHERRY

Ariston

Angkor

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Day Student Proctor, '34; Archery Manager Athletic Association, '33; Archery Varsity, '33; Active Member Athletic Association, '34; Secretary President's Council, '34; Penstaff, '33, '34.

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JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS JULIETTE TABB

CRAIG

Eccowasin

MARGRETTA SAWRIE CRAIG

High School Certificate

Triad

High School

MARTHA CRAIG

MARGRET ETHEL DAVIDSON

Angkor High School Penstaff, '34.

LOUISE

DOUGLAS

High School Secretary Penstaff,

Club,

'33,

Triad

Certificate

Penstaff, '33,

'34;

DUNCAN

LOUISE

Angkor '34;

High School Certificate'

Hyphen

Reporter.

French i\

'34.

Jfr" ELISE ELROD Anti-Pandora

CAROLYN ESKRIDGE

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Angkor Vice President Class, President Class, '32;

geant Club,

at

-

'33;

Hockey tive

-

Arms

Treasurer,

Varsity,

Member

sociation, Penstaff,

'33,

'34;

Athletic

'32,

'34.

'31;

Ser-

Angkor

'33,

'34;

AcAs'34;

'34;

Triad

Certificate

French Club,

Certificate

Hi g n

School

Certificate


M

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JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS FRANCES ETHERIDGE

MARTHA EVANS

Anti-Pandora

Tri

High School Certificate

MILBREY KEITH

FRAZER

K

High School Certificate

RUTH GODWIN

Angkor

Triad

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

C\ -

RUTH GOLDMAN T.

Angkor

High School Certificate '

MARGARET GREENE

C.

High School Certificate President Class, "31; Vice President Angkor Club, '34; President Penstaff,

it

'34;

Penstaff,

'33,

'34.

Ml BONNIE McNISH HAGER

BECKY FEW HALL

Ariston

^K-S*

Angkor

High School Certificate

>'?

Penstaff, '32, '33, '34; Sec-

2

retary

Penstaff

'33

Hockey tive

sociation, '33.

— Tagr

41

Varsity,

Member '34;

'34;

Athletic

AcAs-

Glee Club,

<&»^~


M

I

JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS MABEL ANN HERBERT

KATHERINE HARRISON Triad

Triad

High School Certificate

High School Certificate President Triad Club, '34; Vice President. '33; Secretary, '32; Active Member '32, Athletic Association, '33, cil,

<tfa<% HENRIETTA HICKMAN

'34;

Hockey

Coun-

RUTH HOPKINSON

Angkor

Eccowasin

High School Certificate President

President's

'34.

Class,

figh

School

Certificate

'33;

Varsity, '33; Active

Member

Athletic

Associa-

'34; High School Hyphen, '34; Presi-

'33,

tion,

Editor

dent's Council, '33; French

Club, '33,

HELEN KATHERINE KING Anti-Pandora

High School Certificate

T.

C.

High School CertificateVarsity, '34.

MARY JANE NICHOLSON

Angkor

Triad

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Active

Member

Association,

'33,

'34; Penstaff, '32,

JANE MEYER

Second Hockey

RUTH MORTON

'33,

'34.

Athletic '34.

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JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS MARY ALICE NOLEN

BARBARA PACKARD

Angkor

T.

C.

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

MARTHA PATTERSON

KATHERINE PRICE

Triad

Triad

High School Certificate

High School Certificate Secretary Triad Club, '33, '34; Active Member Athletic

Association,

'32,

'33,

'34.

PEGGY PRICE

FRANCES LOUISE PRINCE

Angkor High School Certificate

T.

C.

High School Certificate High School Representative

on Council, '34; Sec'34. T. C. Club,

retary

MARY BRYAN PROCTOR

MARY LOUISE

REINKE

Triad

Angkor

High School Certificate

High School Certificate Penstaff, Varsity,

ber '33,

— Tagc

43

'34.

'34;

Gym

Active

Mem-

'33,

'33;

Athletic

Association,


M

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JUNIOR- MIDDLE CLASS SCHORNDORFER

PATSY

Tri

MARY McKINNEY SHARPE

K

Ariston

Hioh School Certificate High

School

Representative Milestones, '34; Vice President Tri K Club, '34;

LANDIS

SHAW

High School Certificat

LUCILE

Triad

High School Certificate Secretary Junior Class, '33 Secretary Triad Club, '33 '33, '34 Club, French Second Te :ity, '34.

MARY SOPER Penta

Baseball Hockey

LOUISE STANLEY Penta Tau

Tau Varsity,

Varsity,

'33,

'33;

High School Certificate

'34;

Individual— A. B. C. Con'33; Active Member

test,

Athletic

Association,

'33,

'34.

HELEN STILLMANKS

JANET STONESTREET

Anti-Pandora High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Active

Member

Association, tor

Heron

'33,

Hall,

Angkor

Athletic '34;

Proc-

'34.

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SHORT

Anglcor }h

School

Certificate


M

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JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS PATTY DOLL

STUGARD

SYBIL

SUDOWITZ

Triad

Anti-Pandora

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

FRANCES SUMMERS

MARY LOUISE TORREY

Anti-Pandora

Ariston

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

Orchestra, '33, '34; Glee Club, '33; Active Member Athletic Association, '34.

LILLIAN

FLORENCE WELCH

ANDERSON

WALTERS

Triad

Angkor

High School Certificate

High School Certificate

FRANCES WILKERSON Eccowasin

High School Certificate Penstaff,

-

Tagc 45

—

'33.

'34.


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Certificate and Diploma Art Students Standing:

Emily Warren, Juliet Hutton

Seated: Margaret Shaw, Betty Annette Anderson, Sally Craig

Certificate and Diploma Music Students Left to right: Ella

Lu Cheek, Juanita

Roberts, Martha Dolores Smith

Page

49-

Rucker, Annette

McAdoo, Jane

Briggs,


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MILESTONES

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Dorothea Jane Tebbs

Geibel

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Physical Education

Elizabeth

Henderson

Secretarial Certificate

Diploma

Marjorie Zaug

Grace Bosserman 'Page 50-



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Jean Stewaqt PRESIDENT

Eleanor &/?ay

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PIUS DENT

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ANN HUDDLESTON

SARAH JOYCE BEASLEY

PEGGY WRENNE

MAMIE HOWELL Officers

ANN HUDDLESTON

President

SARAH JOYCE BEASLEY

Vice President

PEGGY WRENNE

Secretary

MAMIE HOWELL

Treasurer

MRS. ROBBIE SHACKLEFORD

Sponsor

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OFFICERS, 1934

JANE MEADORS

SHIRLEY LEAKE

BARBARA LEAKE

Officers

JANE MEADORS

President

.

BARBARA LEAKE

Vice

President

PEGGY DICKINSON

Secretary

SHIRLEY LEAKE

Treasurer

MISS FRANCES McELFRESH

Sponsor

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JUDITH DAVIS

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JANE VANCE

President

VIRGINIA McCLELLAN

Vice President

JUDITH DAV| S

Secretary

SUSAN ANDERSON CHEEK MISS

Treasurer

MARTHA ORDWAY

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German Club Top row: Mary Lalla Byrn, Lattie Miller Graves, Betty Heck, Arlene Hershey, Mary Ann Evar Bottom row: Jane Briggs, Wilma D. Baker, Mary Elizabeth Polk. Jean Munsie, Edith Eason

French Club Elizabeth Dabney, Andrena Butterfield, Henrietta Hickmc Jennabeth Jones, Martha Fisher, Louise Douglas, Carolyn Sutton, Martile Sherman Middle row: Mary Milam, Rosalee Lewis, Helen Pillow, Nellie Clements, Lydia Fountain, Mary La Byrn, Jean Stewart, Wilma D. Baker, Irene Sartor, Jean Dayton, Leigh Taliaferro, Sara Jo Berry, Carolyn Bryant, Ellen Bowers, Helene Loeb, Arlene Hershey, Marjorie Wells, Mary Lee Wilson, Mary Driscoll, Mary Ellen Stokes, Julia Acheson Bottom row: Virginia Richey, Marguerite Page, Betty Barth, Virginia Winston, Martha Pyeatt, Me Ruth Vanderbilt, Sarah Womack, Louise Robinson, Jean Munsie, Alice Adams, Kathryn Hyde, Georgianna Martin

Top row: Salanie Sherman, Nita Bogue, Virginia Carson,

—

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M

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Wordsmith Top row: Wilma

D. Baker, Gail Lawrence, Rena Berry, Mary Jones Bottom row: Julia Acheson, Nancyann Schmid, Helene Loeb picture: Virginia Winston, Mary Marjorie Lincoln, Winnifred Marsh, Margaret Young

Members

not

Top row:

Elizabeth

in

Penstaff Craig, Virginia

Carson, Frances Wilkerson, Henrietta Hickman, Jean Burk Middle row: Carolyn Eskridge, Dorothy Proctor, Lyrabeth Fitzpatrick, Bonnie Hager, Ellen Bowers, Evelyn Braden Bottom row: Llewellyna Granberry, Mary Louise Reinke, Louise Douglas, Margaret Greene, Mary Love,

Members

Elizabeth

Louise Bearden, Grace Benedict, Carroll Cole not in picture: Mickie Perry, Frances Rose, Margaret Craig

—

"Page 69

—


19

3

MILESTONES

4

Debating Club Top row: Dolores Smith, Marion Kaeser Middle row: Ruth Nehls, Katrine Van Benschoten, Helene Loeb, Mary Marjorie Lincoln, Rena Ber Bottom row: Marie Bomke, Virginia Winston, Charlie Holcombe

Spanish Club Top row: Martha

Mary Findlater, Mary Jean Kirwan Meyer, Alice Vivienne Hill, Marjorie Jacobson, Patsy Schorndorfer, Kathleen Huson Bottom row: Buford Hayter, Mary Hobson. Rachel Hailey, Olga Wardowski, Frances Warmath Fisher,

Elizabeth Dabney, Nita Bogue,

Middle row: Ruth Robinson, May

Dell

•

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M

LESTONES

9

3

4

Ward-Belmont Orchestra Kenneth Rose, Conductor; Annette McAdoo, Soloist

Ward-Belmont Glee Club Sydney Dalton, Conductor; Sue

Salter,

Soloist;

Ruth

Robinson, Soloist and Accompanist

Officers

ANN SHAW

President

DOLORES SMITH

Secretary and Treasurer

— Page

71


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MILESTONES

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O

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TABLE OF CONTENTS o

ANTI-PANDORA TWENTI ETH CENTURY DEL VERS T R

K

I

PENTA TAU X

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L

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OSIRON

AGORA A F

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K

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F

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74

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M

SOCIAL CLUBS At

the south end of the

campus

lies

Club

of these every boarding student

is

a

group

Village, a

of ten clubhouses clustered around the Old Tower.

Of one

member. The meeting

rooms of the four day-student clubs are found across the street

a large house.

in

the competitive

life

these fourteen clubs

athletic tournaments. in

all

in

is

found

vie for high

the

various

Here, too, one finds the social

life

the club teas, dances, and

high spot of the year for each calls for

They

honors as well as for victory

scholastic

centered

In

on the campus.

open houses. The the annual dance which

is

the ingenuity and imagination of the

and which brings forth charming

— Tage

75

results.

—

members


M

L

I

MISS FRANCES

MARY LOUISE BALSIGER

SWENSON

Sponsor

President

ANTI-PANDORA CLUB Officers

MARY LOUISE BALSIGER

President

MARY RUTH VANDERBILT

Vice President

CHARLOTTE ANNE DOUGHTY

Secretary

BARBARA LEAKE

Treasurer

Offices

Vice

President of Junior-Middle Class

Proctor of Heron

— Second

Semester

Secretary of French Club Proctor

of

Pembroke

Hyphen Reporter

for Y.

an of Vanderbilt Hospital

"Page

First

W.

Semester

C. A. Cabinet

Committee

76

of Y.

W.

C.


M

LESTONES

19

3

Anti-Pandora Club Sara Joyce Beasley, Marian Bullock,

Charlotte

Anne Doughty, Sara

Lucille Endsley, Frances Ethridge,

Martha Claire Clay, Marian Colleste Draffen,

Edith

Mary Crockett

Eason, Evans,

Elise

Elrod

Martha Fisher

4


9

3

4

MILESTONES

Anti-Pandora Club Virginia

Grotz,

Helen King, Barbara Leake, Frankie Marbury

Margaret Morris, Janet Newberry, Martha Ann Rogers, Helen Stillmanks Sybil Sudowitz, Frances

Summers, Mary Ruth Vanderbilt, Marjorie Wells, Mary Lee Wilson

— Vage

7$


MILESTONES

1934


9

MILESTONES

4

3

MARY MARJORIE LINCOLN

MISS

MARY WYNNE SHACKLEFORD Sponsor

President

T.

C.

CLUB

Officers

MARY MARJORIE LINCOLN BETTY

President

RANDLE

Vice

President

FP^ANCES PRINCE

Secretary

MARTHA PRYOR

Treasurer

Offices President of Ohio Club

Art Editor for Milestones

High School Representative on Council Chairman of Poster Committee of Y. W. C. A. Chairman of Tours Committee of Y. W. C. A.

—

-Page


M

LESTONES

T.

19

3

C. Club

Jane Bucllen. Mary Ann Evans, Ruth Goldman, Mary Jac Griffith Harrell, Margaret Hetherington, Kathleen Huson, Gwendolyn King Mary Jean Kirwan, Louise Longworth, Jane Meyer

Wilma

4


I

9

STONES

M

3

klLi T. arbara Packard,

Martha

Pryor,

Mary

C. Club

Patterson,

Betty Randle,

Katherine Pearce, Frances Prince

Martile Sherman, Salanie Sherman

Charlotte Snyder, Wilnetta Warnock, Emily Warren

— Page

82-


MILESTONES

Tage

S3

9

3

4


19

3

4

MILESTONES

HELEN LARIMER

MISS

ALMA HOLLINGER Sponsor

President

DEL VERS CLUB Officers President

HELEN LARIMER JULIA

ACHESON

BETTIE

ROTH

Vice

President

Secretary f

Treasurer

EUNICEMARY BICKNELL

Sergeant-at-Arms

MARY FINDLATER

— Second Semester — Second Semester

General Proctor Chapel Proctor

Editor of Milestones Associate Editor of Milestones Photographic Editor of Milestones Secretary of Student Council Treasurer of Senior Class

Second Semester Proctor of Founders Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. Secretary of Athletic Association Treasurer of Athletic Association President of Spanish Club Vice President of Spanish Club President of Senior-Middle Class President of Michigan Club President of Iowa Club C A. Chairman of Florence Crittenden Home Committee of Y. W. C. Chairman of World Fellowship Committee of Y. W. C. A

— Tage

84-


MILESTONES

1934

6?! i

/ Del Vers Club Julia

Acheson, Betty Barth, Judith Berry, Eunicemary Bicknell

Catherine Brown, Martha Jane Chattin, Katherine Combs, Matilda Daugherty

Jean Dayton, Mary

Driscoll,

— Tage

S5

Marion Farr


M

S

I

T

Del Vers Club Virginia

Ferguson, Mary Findlater,

Dorothy Glander, Louise Houk

Marjorie Jacobson, Jeanette Knowles,

Ruth

Nehls,

Betty Otis

Marguerite Page, Bettie Roth, Jean Stewart, Mary Ann Wirtz

— Page

86-


MILESTONES

19

3

4


M

L

I

JANE CARROLL

MISS CATHERINE

President

E.

MORRISON

Sponsor

CLUB

TRI K

Officers

JANE CARROLL PATSY

President

SCHORNDORFER

Vice

KATRINA VAN BENSCHOTEN

MARY JONES

MARTHA

President

Secretary ..

.!

PYEATT

..Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Offices First

Vice President of Student Council

— Second Semester — Second Semester

Proctor of Pembroke Proctor of Senior

High School Representative to Student Council General Manager of Athletic Board Proctor of Heron

Vice

First

Semester

President of Athletic Association

Vice President French Club

First

Vice President of Y.

W.

President of First

Bowling

German Club Manager

of Athletic

Treasurer Kentucky Club

Secretary Kentucky Club

— Page

S8

Semester C. A. Board


M

O

N

Tri

K Club

Barret, Sara Jo Berry, Margaret Blackmar, Grace Bosserman Bowman, Margaret Louise Boyd, Virginia Bradshaw, Mary Eleanor Clay Stanley Elizabeth Clay, Isobel Coulter, Jo Ann Crawford

Virginia

Elizabeth

— Vagc

S9


9

3

LESTONES

M

4

Tri

K Club

Martha Evans, Dorothy Funk, Arlene Hershey, Jane Hodges Mary Jones, Winnifred Marsh, Jeannette Munsie, Martha Pyeatt Patsy Schorndorfer,

Nancy

Seitz,

Leigh Taliaferro, Katrina van Benschoten

— Tage

90


MILESTONES

Tagc

91

9

3

4


M

TON

I

ROBERTA MUNGER

MISS

BLANCHE

H.

CLARK

Sponsor

President

PENTA TAU CLUB Officers

ROBERTA MUNGER

President

MARY ALICE PAINE

Vice President

ELIZABETH DABNEY

MAY IDA

Secretary

DELL MEYER

Treasurer

'

MAY WIRTZ

Sergeant-ot-Arms

Offices President of

Oklahoma Club

Treasurer of French Club of Entertainment

Committee of

"Page 92

Y.

W.

C. A.


M

LESTONES

19

3

4

M& m Penta Tau Club Elizabeth Dabney, Patty Brown Harvey, Katherine Hawley,

Edwina Holland, Kathryn Hyde, Edith Manley,

Mary Alice

Paine, Rose

Cyrene

Paulus,

"Page 93

Helen

Martha Buford Hayte

May

Pillow,

Dell

Mary

Meyer Lula Pivoto


19

3

MILESTONES

4

Penta Tau Club Sarah Jane Ponder, Ruth Louise Robinson,

Sanel

Ruth

Stuart, Toska

Potts,

Robinson,

Ann von

Jayne

Priest, Virginia Reed Mary Soper, Louise Stanley

Borries,

Page 94

-

Ida

May

Wirtz


MILESTONES

"Page 95

19

3

4


M

TON

I

RENA BERRY

MISS FRANCES McELFRESH

President

Sponsor

CLUB

X. L.

Offic-rs

RENA BERRY

President

ANNETTE McMULLEN

MARY JANE

Vice President

Secretary

BASS

LATTIE MILLER

GRAVES

Treasurer

'

MARY MILAM

Sergeant-at-Arms

Offii

General Proctor— First Semester Proctor Senior

First

Semester

President Glee Club

General Manager of Outing Club First

Vice President of Y.

W.

C. A.

Oklahoma Club Secretary and Treasurer of Oklahoma Club nan of Junior League Home Committee of Y. W. C. A. Baseball Manager of Athletic Association Vice President of

Tagc 96


MILESTONES

L

X. Nell Betty Anderson, Virginia

Mary Jane Cornelius,

Marjorie Edmonson,

Bass,

1934

Club Jean

Berryhill,

Mary

Virgi

Helen Downing, Bob Durand Lattie

Tagc

Miller

97

Graves,

Betty

Hill


9

3

X. Katherine Lawhorn

L

Club

Martin, Mary Ann Shaw, Agatha Taylor Wheeler, Jane Wilson

Annette McMullen, Georganna

Elinor Mortimer, Lois

LESTONES

M

4

Irene Sartor,

Welsh, Doris

— Tage

98

Mile


MILESTONES

19

3

4


M

JEANNETTE KASSEL

MISS

MARY DOUTHIT Sponsor

President

OSIRON CLUB Officers

JEANNETTE KASSEL

President

HELEN ALDRIDGE

Vice

JENNABETH JONES E'LOIS

President

Secretary

GEIBEL

Treasurer !

MARY JANE DULANEY

Sergeant-at-Arms

Offices President of Y.

W.

C. A.

Secretary of President's Council Secretary of Senior Class

Associate Editor of Hyphen

Manager of Milestones Manager of Hyphen Proof Reader of Hyphen Secretary of Wordsmith

Business

Circulating

President of Kentucky Club

Vice

President of Texas Club

Secretary of Texas Club President of Texas Club of

Cha man Chair

Home Committee of Y. W. C. / Membership Committee of Y. W. C. A. Public Welfare Committee of Y. W. C. A.

Old Ladies of

an of

— Tagc 100-


M

LE

STONES

9

3

Osiron Club Helen Aldrldge, Lurline Alexander, Anita Caudle, Evelyn Cooper

Mary Jane Dulaney, Lydia Fountain,

E'Lois Geibel, Carol

Goodenough

Rachel Hailey, Jennabeth Jones, Katherine Klett

T>age 101

4


9

3

MILESTONES

4

Osiron Club Gail Lawrence,

Muriel

Leverett,

Theima Martin, Elizabeth Anne

Mary

Ellen

Stokes,

Rail,

Rosella

Lewis,

Marion Low

Mignon Sanford, Mildred Scott

Margaret Elizabeth Young, Doris Zweifel

Tagc

102-


MILESTONES

Tage 103

—

19

3

4


M

MARJORIE ZAUG

MISS GERTRUDE CASEBIER

President

Sponsor

AGORA

CLUB

Officers

MARJORIE ZAUG

President

MARION KAESER JULIET

Vice

HUTTON

President

Secretary f

RUTH FRYE

Treasurer

Editor

News

of

Hyphen Hyphen

Editor of

— Tage 104-


M

LESTONES

19

3

Agora Club Elizabeth Airheart,

Esther Helen Azarch,

Hilda Beck, Bettie Bryant

Catherine Croswell, Ruth Frye, Frances Graham, Addie Belle Grandstaff

Jane Haffenberg, Janie Ruth Huey,

— Tagc

105

Juliet

Hutton

4


19

3

4

MILESTONES

Agora Club Marion Kaeser, Jane Keyport, Helene Loeb Martha Rucker, Mary Jane Safford. Cecile Seitz, Margaret Shaw Christine

Jill,

Elizabeth Smith,

Raedeen

Tage

Tibbetts,

106

—

Margaret Young


MILESTONES

Tage

1

07

19

—

3

4


M

VIRGINIA WINSTON

MISS OSCIE SANDERS

President

Sponsor

A.

K.

CLUB

Officers

VIRGINIA WINSTON VIRGINIA

President

SHAW

Vice

CHARLIE HOLCOMBE

President

Secretary J

OLGA WARDOWSKI

Treasurer

NELLIE CLEMENTS

Sergeant-at-Arms

Offic

President of Senior Class President of Athletic Association President of

Wordsmith

Chapel Proctor— First Semester Proctor of Founders

First

Semester

Vice President of Council

Vice President of Kentucky Club Secretary and Treasurer of Glee Club Secretary and Treasurer of Outing Club Vice President of Glee Club

"Page 10S


M

O

N

A. K. Club Marjorie Abbott, Margaret

Carolyn Bryant, Mary

Anne

Ahlfeldt,

Lalla Byrn, Nellie

Wilma

Baker, Marie

Clara Enloe, Betty Heck, Charlotte Heck, Alice Vivienne

Tuge

109

Bomb

Clements, Margaret Colter Hill


M

I

A. K. Club Charlie Holcombe, Victoria Keidel, Katherine McKenzie. Arlyne Milligan Gilbertine Moore, Virginia Richey, Sue Salter, Nancyann Schmid Virginia Shaw,

Dolores Smith, Olga Wardowski, Frances

Warmath


MILESTONES

19

3

4


M

O

I

MARY FRANCES BANKER

MISS BERTHA RUEF

President

Sponsor

F.

F.

N

CLUB

Officers

MARY FRANCES BANKER

President

MARY HOBSON EVA CHARITY OHLHAVER

Vice

JUANITA BOGUE

Treasurer

Offices President of Boarding

Student Council

Treasurer of Senior-Middle Class

Chairman

President

Secretary

Swimming Manager of Athletic Board Home Committee of

of Tennessee Children's

Tagc

112

—

Y.

W.

C. A.


MILESTONES

F.

F.

9

Club

Alice Adams, Nita Bogue, Carolyn Betty Frantz, Polly Gay,

Concklin, Viva

Mary Hobson, Rosemary Horstmann, Mary

Tagc 113

Lee

Davi

Muryle Hall Ellen

Hudgins

3

4


19

3

4

MILESTONES

F. F.

Club

Eleanor Irwin, Kathryn Mathis, Alsha M.cCourt, Eva Charity Ohlhaver Harriet

Ostergren, Juanita

Phillips,

Doris

Sherman,

Frances

Carolyn Sutton, Mozelle Trout, Jean Weis

T.igc 114-

Street


1

M

LESTONES

—

"Page

1

5

19

3

4


M

ELIZABETH

I

L

HENDERSON

MISS EUNICE

COOKE

Sponsor

President

ANGKOR

CLUB

Officers

ELIZABETH

HENDERSON

President

MARGARET GREENE

Vice

President

JANE BRIGGS

Secretary

CAROLYN ESKRIDGE

Treasurer

Offi, First

Vice President of Day Student Councii

High School Representative on Councii Vice

President of Junior-Middle Class

Secretary of Day Student Council Treasurer of Freshman Class

Secretary of Freshman Class Secretary of Penstaff President of Penstaff

High School Editor of Hyphen President of Junior Class

Secretary of Junior-Middle Class

Vice President of Freshman Class President of Freshman Class

Hockey Manager of Athletic Board Basketball Manager of Athletic Board

— Tagc 116


MILESTONES

9

3

4

Angkor Club Grace Benedict,

Ellen

Bowers,

Evelyn

Braden, Jane Briggs, Elsie Caldwell

Evelyn Cherry, Christine Cochran, Martha Craig, Judith Davis, Louise Douglas Carolyn Eskridqe, Mary Ann Farris, Lyrabeth Fitzpatrick, Matilda Gibson, Margaret Greene

Martha Greene

— Tage 117 —


9

3

MILESTONES

4

Angkor Club Rebecca

Hall,

Henrietta Hickman,

Anne Huddleston, Ruth

Ruth Morton, Mary Alice Nolen, Betty

Peniclc,

Peggy

Price,

Keller,

Marjorle Lewis

Mary Louise Reinke

Lucile Short, Lisbeth Smith, Beverly Stone, Camille Stone, Janet Stonestreet, Lillian

— Tagc 111

Walter


MILESTONES

— Tage 119

19

3

4


19

MILESTONES

4

3

MISS NELLE

JANET McFADDEN

MAJOR

Sponsor

President

ARISTON CLUB Officers

JANET

McFADDEN

ELIZABETH PATTY

President

CRANE

Vice

CHADWELL

MARY LOUISE BEARDEN JEAN

President

Secretary

,

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

CAMPBELL

Offices

Day Student Council Day Student Proctor First and Second Semester Day Student Treasurer of Senior-Middle Class President

Vice

President

of

•Page 120-

Penstaff


MILESTONES

9

3

4

Ariston Club M. Ruth Barnes, Virginia Josephine Barnes, Mary Louise Bearden, Evelyn Boyd

May Virginia Carson,

Boyd, Margaret Brugh, Mary Brugh, Jean Campbell Patty Chadwell,

Eleanor Cleghern, Elizabeth Crane, Frances Earls

—

"Page 121


9

3

LESTONES

M

4

Aris'ton Elizabeth Gray,

Eunice Jones,

Club

Bonnie Hager, Frances Hale, Dorothy Jones

Edith

Kennedy,

Feme

Mary Jane Nicholson, Helen Power, Barbara

— 9 age

King,

Shields,

122

Marion Nicholson

Mary

Louise Torrey,

Ellen

Trabue


M

LESTONES

Tage

12}

—

9

3

4


M

ANN

MRS.

LOFTIN

SHACKLEFORD Sponsor

President

ECCOWASIN CLUB Officers

ANN

LOFTIN

,

ANGIE CANTRELL

President

Vice President

CLAUDINE SMELSER

Secretary !

MILDRED CLEMENTS

Treasurer

Offi,

Vice President Senior-Middle Class

Second Vice President Day Student Council Vice

President Senior Class

Day Student Editor Milestones Day Student Treasurer Senior Class President German Club Second Semester Feature Chairman of Outdoor Club President Sophomore Class Treasurer Sophomore Class

Secretary Sophomore Class

— Page 124-


MILESTONES

9

3

4

Eccowasin Club Betty Annette Anderson, Gloria

Brackstone,

Imogene

Bratton,

Angie Cantrell

Mildred Clements, Juliette Craig, Margarette Dorris Lucille Ford, Virginia

Freeman, Elizabeth Glasgow

Tagc

125

—


19

4

3

MILESTONES

Eccowasin Club Llewellyna Granberry, Ruth hiopkinson, Shirley Leake, Frances Murrey

Mary

Elizabeth

Polk,

Eleanor Reed, Claudine Smelser,

Margaret Swaney

Jane Wallace, Ann Whitmore, Frances Wilkerson

— Tage 126-


MILESTONES

19

3

4


19

3

4

LESTONES

M

MABEL ANN HERBERT

MISS

MARTHA ORDWAY

President

Sponsor

TRIAD CLUB Officers President

MABEL ANN HERBERT Vi

JUANITA ROBERTS KATHERINE PRICE

J

PEGGY WRENNE

«

President

Secretary Treasurer

Offices

Day Student Treasurer of Senior-Middle Class Treasurer of Junior Class

Secretary of Junior Class

Tagc

12S-


M

I

Triad Club Martha Beasley. Andrena

Butterfield,

Elizabeth

Butts,

Nelia

Chambers

Margaretta Craig, Margaret Davidson, Louise Duncan, Louise Fleming Ruth Godwin, Katherine Harrison, Emmaryne Hartnett

— Tagc 129 —


9

MILESTONES

4

3

Triad Club Patti

King,

Mary Bryan

Elizabeth

Neel,

Proctor, Juanita

Florence Welch, Dorothy

Martha Patterson, Katherine Price Roberts, Landis Shaw, Patty Stugard

Guy

Willson, Sara Sue

'Page 1}0

Womack


MILESTONES

— Page

131

19

3

4


19

3

4

MILESTONES

'Page

U2



M

O

I

Athletic Association Sport

N

Managers

Top row: Bowling, Mary Jones; Riding, Ganel Stuart; Baseball, Ann Shaw; Basketball, Beverly Stone Bottom row: Hockey, Grace Benedict; Apparatus, Barbara Leake; Tennis, Ruth Nehls; Archery, Patty Chadwell

Member

not

in

picture:

Swimming, Carolyn Concklin

— 9agc 134-


MILESTONES

9

ALL-AROUND ATHLETE,

HENRIETTA CHERRINGTON, Henrietta Cherrington was chosen as

around athlete. a

good

To

citizenship

standing.

qualify for this

title,

and academic, as

She must enter

a sport

in

athletics.

"Cherry" had

4

1933

A.K. year's

last

a

well

all-

must have

girl

as athletic,

every season and, at

the end of the year, must have the highest points

3

a total of

number of I

10 points.

With her natural aptitude for athletics she was most known for her ability at tennis, swimming, and basketball.

"Page 135


MILESTONES

1934

HOCKEY VARSITY,

Dorothy

Beverly Stone

Funk

Elizabeth

Glasgow

1934

Catherine Brown

Grace Bosserman

Hockey practice began the first quarter The new girls who did not know the game had to think quickly in

of the year.

order to compete with the old girls who had had experience. However, when the teams were finally organized, they consisted of both old and new players. Each club worked out its teamwork at early

morning practices. The games were popular and caused much excitement.

3ecky

Ha

Carolyn Eskridge

Scores did not run high but each goal was well won. The T. C.'s and Trl K's managed to win all three of their games. Those two teams fought the finals on Thanksgiving Day. As the score was tied, 2 to 2, each one will have the cup for one semester. At the end of the season the hockey varsity was announced: Grace Bosserman, Catherine Brown, Carolyn Eskridge, Dorothy Funk, Elizabeth Glasgow, Becky Hall, Mary Marjorie Lincoln, Martha Pyeatt, Mary Soper, Beverly Stone, and Toska Ann von Borries.

Mary Marjorie

Lincoln

— Tage

Toska

136

—

Ann von

Bor

Mary Soper

Martha

Pyeatt


MILESTONES

1934

BASKETBALL VARSITY, 1934

which

practice

Basketball

much valuable

view

started

before Christmas brought to

shortly

The

material.

tournament began

in

Janu-

ary with the Ariston-Eccowasin

game

inter-club

which

in

with

was

-former

of

score

a

games were

the

2

As the

32.

to

1

progressed

defeated

players

certain

on

although

outstanding,

the

whole the teams were well matched.

The tournament brought forth

number GUbertine

Moore

deal

L.'s

torious

44

which

to Tri

the

great

a

semifinal

played by the A.

after

meet the

X.

K.'s

and

L.'s,

vic-

were entitled

32, K's

to

game.

the final

in

game, the climax of the season,

This

gave K's

The

excitement.

of

game was X.

a large

of high scorers and

the

by

a

championship score of

33

the

to

to

2

Tri

1.

Following the close of the tourna-

ment

named

the with

Varsity

was

Glander,

GU-

Basketball

Dorothy

bertine Moore, and

Ann Shaw

at for-

ward, and Beverly Stone, Isobel Coulter,

and Grace Bosserman

Dorothy Glande

Grace Bosserman

Tage

137-

at

guard.


O

M

WATER POLO

VARSITY, 1934

The water polo season,

although

it

had the fewest participants, furnished

many

Those who went out for

thrills.

the sport worked hard perfecting the passes, signals,

and correct "ducking'

technique.

The opening of the the Tri

K,

X. L,

The

tea

Tri

the

The following

girls

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two teams teams.

were chosen for

varsity:

Grace

Carroll, Victoria

won the trophy

K's

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the

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Nell

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Betty

Jane

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Bowling was one of the most popular of

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the tournament.

clubs

and Del Vers remained The Aristons won the score of

in

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a

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1643

L's last with

X. L's

the finals.

cup

1665 points.

were second with the X.

entered

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1571

points,

and

points.

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October

11.

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eyes

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"Izzy" Coulter's

"Cack" Brown's

a nose like "Nita" Bogue's lips

like

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"Marge" Jacobson's like

"Pete"

Polk's

"Soper's"

like

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a profile like "Smittie's" hair like

hands feet

"Shorty" Kassel's

like

Elizabeth Dabney's

"Kid" Knowles'

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a voice like

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Rena

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602 Victoria Street, Abilene, Texas Brightwood Street, Nashville, Tennessee

Lurline

Anderson, Betty

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Anderson, Nell

Betty

Wilma Balsiger, Mary Louise Banker, Mary Francis

301

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Ruth

Barnes,

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Barnes, Virginia

'04 East Second Avenue, Rome, Georgia Monterey, Tennessee

Rena

Berry,

Berry, Sara

Jo

318 East Fourth Street, Muscatine, Iowa 323 Fairmont Avenue, Winchester, Virginia

Bomke, Marie Bosserman, Grace

1126 East Delmas Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 2104 Early Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Boyd, Evelyn

Imogene

Bratton,

Franklin,

Jane

Briggs,

Texas '

La Crosse, Kansas

Baker,

Tennessee

Brugh,

Margaret

2206 Main Street, Miles City, Montana 3705 Central Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Brugh,

Mary

3705 Central Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Brown, Catherine

Cantrell, Carroll,

Hermitage, Tennessee

Angle

505 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, Wisconsin I0S Belvoir Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Jane

Caudle, Anita

Hotel Bon

Cochran, Christine

2

Cornelius, Virginia

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739 Madison Street, Clarksville, Tennessee Eastland Avenue, Nashville. Tennessee

Coulter, Isobel

95

Crane, Elizabeth

West

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907 Market Street, Marion, Illinois Gallatin, Tennessee

Lee

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Dorris,

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Durand, Bob Earls,

Wrigley. Tennessee

782 South Chicago Avenue, Kankakee, Illinois 52 South Owasso Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Cooper, Evelyn

Davis, Viva

Air,

Baker Avenue, Hazard, Kentucky

Combs, Katherine

North HHI Street, Hobart, Oklahoma Gallatin, Tennessee

Frances

405 Shirley Street, Marshall, Texas

Edmonson, Marjorie

Cloverport.

Ferguson. Virginia 3421

Fleming, Louise

Murphy Road,

Kentucky

Nashville, Tennessee

Gallatin, Tennessee

Ford, Lucille

I002 Denrock Avenue, Dalhart, Texas

Fountain, Lydia

Springfield, Tennessee

Freeman, Virginia Funk, Dorothy

220 Lookout Avenue, Charleroi, Pennsylvania 1403 Old Orchard Road, Vincennes, Indiana

Geibel, E'Lois

230 Third Street, Henderson, Kentucky

Frye,

Ruth

200 Central Avenue, Greenville, Ohio Golf Club Lane, Nashville, Tennessee

Glander, Dorothy

Glasgow, Elizabeth

610 East Anderson Street, Greencastle, Indiana

Goodenough, Carol

Old Hickory, Tennessee

Hale, Frances Harrell, Hill,

Wilma

Alice Vivienne

439 Northwest Fourteenth Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 220 South Seminole Drive, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Holcombe, Charlie

1080 Government Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Holland, Charlotte

1804 Fifteenth Avenue, South, Nashville, Tennessee 2201 Smith-Young Avenue. San Antonio, Texas

Huson, Kathleen

428 North Broad Avenue, Minden, Louisiana

Hutton, Juliet

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727 East Franklin Street, Appleton, Wisconsin

Jones, Dorothy

2123 Eighth Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Jones, Jennabeth

770 Saylos Street, Abilene, Texas

Mary

Jones,

Canton, Georgia

Kaeser, Marion Kassell,

Jeanette

Keidel,

Victoria

Trenton Road, Highland,

2524

Nineteenth Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

1928

Knowles. Jeanette

337 College Avenue, Richmond, Indiana

2036

Marjorie

Lincoln,

Avenue, Southeast, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Mary Marjorie

303 South Wilson Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee

19715 North Park Boulevard, Shaker Heights, Ohio

Loeb, Helene Loftin,

Mathis,

Meyer,

322 Peck Street, Muskegon, Michigan

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1910 Eighteenth Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Ann

1002 Jefferson

Kathryn

May

Mary Lula Mary Elizabeth

Cedar

Donelson, Tennessee

818 Vine Street, Denver, Colorado

Martha

2810 Coleridge Road, Cleveland, Ohio

Randle, Betty

545 Kings Highway, Shreveport, Louisiana

Robinson, Ruth Rucker. Martha

82

Franklin Street,

1

Galesburg, Kansas

Sherman, Martile

.

Dolores

Smith,

Lisbeth

406

First

East Street, Haynesville, Louisiana

2007 Blakemore

Smelser, Claudine Smith,

7044

Lindell

Street,

Avenue,

Ganel

1688

Louis.

Missouri

Orange

Street,

Beaumont, Texas

Gallatin, Tennessee

406 North Sixth Street, Ponca City. Oklahoma 1606 South Street, Nashville, Tennessee

Trabue, Ellen

West Park-on-Hudson, New

Van Benschoten, Katrina Vanderbilt,

St.

Hillsboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee

Stone, Beverly

Leigh

Nashville, Tennessee

1218 Seventeenth Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Swaney, Margaret Taliaferro,

Texas

Dallas,

307 Society Avenue, Albany, Georgia

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Shaw, Margaret

Stuart,

Columbus, Indiana

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Sue

Shaw, Ann

Rapids, Iowa

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Pivoto,

Salter,

Texas

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Nehls, Ruth

Pyeatt,

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Place,

Dell

Munger, Roberta

Polk,

Arkansas

England,

1437 Johnstone Avenue, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Leverett, Muriel Lewis,

Fifth

Katherine

Lawhorn,

Texas

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Feme

Larimer, Helen

Illinois

Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas

2810 Gallatin Road, Nashville, Tennessee

Kennedy, Edith King,

Fifth

Mary Ruth

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Wallace, Jane

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Warren, Emily

New

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Paris,

York

Illinois

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Winston. Virginia

635

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Wyman 2111

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