Milestones 1936

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19 MILESTONES 3

6

VOLUME TWENTY-TWO Published by the Students of

WHRD-BELMONT SCHOOL Nashville, Tennessee


MILi:.STONES STflFr, 1936 Martha Kiger Anna May Moul Margaret Ozee

Editor Associate Editor

Business Manager

Mary Evelyn J ensen

Irt

Editor

Mary Lee Williams

Issistant Art Editor

Moselle Worsley

Photographic Editor

Ellen Bowers

Day

Student Editor

Howell

Feature Editor

Barbara Leake

High School Representative

Pattie


TflBLF or CHMP^"

CONTE TS VIEWS

HDMINISTRflTION

CLASSES ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS

CAMPUS LIFE

ORGANIZATIONS


FOREWORD Just as a diary of Mistress Belle Waro records the activities, achie\ements, and ambitions of her

years on the campus, so do we, the

Milestones

staff, offer this

book,

hoping to make immortal the love and memories

we hold

for

school.

our


IN

MEMCCIAM

EVELYN McCflLL DEPENDflE.-jITY, SINCERITY,

^

.,^'y


Digitized by the Internet Archive in

2010 with funding from

Lyrasis IVIembers

and Sloan Foundation

http://www.archive.org/details/milestones1936ward


To

MISS CflTHERINi:

Who

E.

MORRISON

completes our diary by her unfailing interest

and by her inspiration to the ideals.

finest



'Club Village"— Beauty,

Charm, and Serenity; Yet

Is

the Seat of All Ward-Belmont Hilarity




The Singing Tower

of

Ward-Belmont

Calls

Us Back Each Year


c/fo>^/yi/y/nzt/o/2



It

is

always a pleasure to greet the

Ward-Belmont family through the medium of the Milestones. Another

year

has passed.

that each of you

We

trust

may have had some-

thing very positive added to your life.

May

the pages of this hook,

w hich will he of valued assistance to

your memories

in

years

to

come,

never lose their interest for you.

John Wynne Barton. Dr. John

Wynne

B.arton

President

Mr. .Andrew B. Benedict J'ice

President

Miss Emm.\ Dean

I.

Sisson

oi Residence

Page Eleven


Dr. Joseph E.

At

this

Miss Annie

Burk

C.

Allison

time of the year thoughts of parting are ine\-itahle.

they need not be sad thoughts, since most of you

will

^'et

be back

again to continue your formal education, and the rest of you

you graduates of the high school and the college carrying the ideals of

The teaching

staff of

\\

—

will

be joyously

ard-Belmont into realization elsewhere

both high school and college wish

former group a glorious vacation and for the latter

for

the

"Happy

Landings."

Joseph E. Blrk, Dean of Faculty. Annie C. Allison, Principal of High School.

Pngc Twehe


fldministration John Wynne Barton, M.A., LL.D.

Annie Claybrooke Allison,

B.A., Principal of High School

President

Andrew Bell Benedict President and Business

J'ice

Emma Dean

Henriette Richardson Bryan

Manager

Registrar

Sisson

I.

M.A.

W.

of Residence

V.

Flowers

Secretary

Joseph E. Burk, M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty

E. J.

Snyder

Bursar

Elizabeth Phillips, B.S. Sponsor Student Publications

Alumnae

Secretary

Library Frances

E.

Church,

Louise Saunders

B.A., M.S. in L.S.

Librarian

Mary

Louise Ogden, B.A., B.S.

in

L.S

Home Department Emma L Dean

Sisson

Minnie Powell Booker Mason Rose Clara B. Tate

of Residence

Mary

S. Charlton Frances Estes

Willie B. Weedon Hostesses and Assistants

LiLLiE Gunn Hall Virginia Harris

Georgia Ry'man Jackson Mary Lee Jeter Marion Douglas Meriwether

Mary

Mary Neal Bona

Lillian Lower, R.N. Lillian Dryden, R.N., B.S. Graduate Nurses

Rosa W. Clay

A. Nicholls

Dietitian

Junior College and High School Faculty Annie Claybrooke Allison

Joseph E. Burk

Latin

M.A

Education

GeorRC Peabody College for Teacher: Graduate Work. Univ iity of Chicago

B.A..

Southwestern University; M.A., Southern Methodist University: Ph.D., New Yorl<

,

University

Lois Balcom Dancing Graduate. Boston School of Physical' Educati George Washington University

Gertrude Casebier i

A

.

History Western Kentucky State Teachers College.

MA..

Vanderbilt University

Page Thirteen


Jessie Lee French

Martha Annette Cason

Biology

Latin B.A., University of Chicago; M.A.. Columbia University; Further Graduate Study, Columbia University

B.S..

M.A.. George Peabody College

Florence

Helen Kennard Castellano A,.

University; M.A.. Middlebury College

Brown

Mary

Teacher:

Goodrich

F.

Physical Education and Physiology

Spanish

B

for

Universit>^ of Michigan;

Hillsdale College: M.S.,

B,S.,

Elizabeth Cayce

Physical Education; Assistant in Athletics

Louise Gordon

Graduate, Ward-Belmont School; B.S George Peabody College for Teachers .

Art Graduate of the Ne

Frances E. Church Library Methods B.A., Missouri State Teachers College: iUniv iity: M.S. in L.S., dent, lllii

Unix

Helen Cartwright Grizzard

Graduate StuColumbij

Che7nistry

iity

Graduate, Ward-Belmont School; B.A., Vanderbilt University

Blanche Henry Clark History B.A., M.A.,

Margaret Frierson Hall

University: Further Graduate Study iity Vanderbilt Un

Duke

Assistant in

Mary Dean Clement

Vera

Malhetnalics

Gymnasium

L.

Hay

History

B.A., Wellesley College; M.A., Vanderbilt University

Ph.B., University of Chicago; Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University

Margaret Leach Cook French

Cora Henderson

B.A„ Agnes Scott College

Secretarial Training B.A., Southern College; M.A.,

Marian Crawford

for

George Peabody College

Teachers

Latin B.A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College; M.A.,

Alma Hollinger

Southern Methodist University

Biology

Thomas

B.

Donner

Spanish B.A..

East Texas Teachers College; M..\., Methodist University

MA,

University of Michigan prudent, Michij Biological Sta

,..

;

Southern \V.

H. Hollinshead

Frances Ewing

Che m istry

Economics

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

Graduate, Ward-Belmont School ;B.A.. M.A., Vanderbilt University

Margaret Looft Flowers Commercial Law

W.

Foods and Nutrition

V.

B

S

A

B.. Wellesley College;

,

Graduate Student, Iowa State College

Member. Nashville Bar

Katharine Lucie L. Fountain French B.A., Barnard College

Page Fourteen

V.

Lydell

English Graduate Student

Vanderbilt University


Ellene Ransom

Nelle Major Mathematics B.S..

George Peabody College

for

Teachers

English B,A„ A Vanderhilt University; Gradual Columbia University, Vanderbilt Univ and >'ale University

M

,

Ruth Brierly Millring E.\prt'ssion

Linda Rhea

College: M.A,, Smith College; School of Expressk Instructor. y School of Expressi( ,,

English and History Vanderbilt University; MA,, Columbia Univers

M.A.. Vanderbilt University; Ph,D.. Vanderbilt

Un

Catherine E. Morrison Director School of Physical Education Diploma from Possee Gymnasium, Boston: Special Student, Chaliff School, New York, and Columbia Uni'

iity

Olive Carter Ross

5ity

English and Art History :

Camilla Nance

Student, VanUniversity

Riding B,S,, Sargent School of

Boston University

Bertha M. Reuf French

Mary Rachel Norris Psychology

M,A Bryn Mawr College; Further Graduate Study. George Peabody College for Teachers and Columbia University

B.A.,

,

Theodora Cooley Scruggs English B.A„ Wellesley College; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Further Graduate Study. Vanderbilt University

Betty O'Donnell Physical Education Graduate, Ward-Belmont School; B.S-, Sargent School of Boston University

Hibernia Seay French

Mary Louise Ogden

B

Library Methods B.A., University of Tennessee; B.S. in L.S., Universit

Randolph-Macon Woman's College; MA, Duke Universitv; Diploma Superior en Etudes Francaises University of Nancy; Diploma en Cours de A.,

Civilisation

Sorbonne; Further

Francaise,

Illinois

Graduate Study, University of Chicago

Martha K. Ordway

Mary Wynne Shackelford

English Chicago; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers

sity of

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

Frances Helen Parker German

Robbie Allison Shackleford Mathematics

iity

B.A.. Vanderbilt University

Ruth Hogan Pratt Clothing

BA,. Iowa State

College; M.S,,

Virginia Small

New York

Unive

issistant in Biology

BA., Butler Ui

Anna Pugh

Student

ty; M.A University of Wisconsir Medicine, Vanderbilt Unii iity .

in

English

MA,

Susan

University of Arkansas; University Chicago; Graduate Student, Columbia University; Further Graduate Study, George Peabody College for Teachers

B-A..

.

M.A

.

S,

Souby

English George Peabody College

for

Teachers

Page Fifteen


Pauline Sherwood Townsend

Ruby Van Hooser

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

Religion

Music

oÂŁ

Frances Helen Parker Harp

Department Heads I'iolin

MA.

Vanderhilt BirmiriBham-Southcrn CoIlcRe; jniversity: Study. Eastland School of Music and Cincinnati Conser\atory of Music: Pri\ate Vienna; Pupil in Master Class Lessons in of Carlos Salzedo I.

Lawrence H. Riggs, Musical

for

:

The Conservatory Kenneth Rose,

and Sociology

College; Graduate. Scarritt College VVc Graduate Student. Unii sity of Chicago; MA.. Columbia U^i^ iity

Scietices

Frederick Arthur Henkel, Organ

Sydney Dalton,

I'oice

Roy Underwood,

Piano

Lawrence H. Riggs Director Departmt-tit of Musical Sciences Beloit College: Rhodes Scholar at Oxford Univei \ itv, England; Summer Courses. Chicago Musical College, Northwestern University School of Music, and American Institute of Normal Methods: Graduate of American In.

Mary Venable Blythe Sight Playing and Piano Graduate. St. Mary"s Hall. San Antonio; Pupil Mickwitz and Harry Redman; Theoretic Courses in Southern Methodist University,

stitute of

Normal Methods

University of Colorado. University of Southern California

Hazel Coate Rose Piano

Florence N. Boyer

)r

I'oice

Student of Music

in

H Sherwood. Glenn Dillard Heinze: Formerly Teacher of Piano, Cosmopolitan School of Music.

•illiam

Gu

Indianapolis

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

Kenneth Rose Director Department of I'iolin

Sydney Dalton Director of I'oice Department

M Mu

L Mus Dominion

College of Musrc. Montreal. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Pupil of Da\id Bispham, Ma.\ Heinrich. and J. H. Duval; Studied Piano with Raphael Joseffy; Composition with Rubin Goldmark and Frederick Schlieder .

Pupil of MaGibany, Indianapolis; of Arthur Hartman Paris, of George Lehmann. Berlin; of Souky, Prague; Formerly Teacher Metropolitan School of Music. Indianapolis, and Concert Master. Indianapolis

Symphony Orchestra

Amelie Throne

Mary Douthit Piano Ward-Belmont School of Music; Pupil of Goodman. Harold von Mickwitz. and

Piano Pupil of Maurice Aronson, Vienna: of Jo; Berlin: of Sigismund Stojowski. Neof Harold Bauer. New York

ence

Sigismund Stojowski

Roy Underwood Frederick Arthur Henkel Director of Pipe Organ Metropolitan College of Music; Student. Cincinnati College of Music; Pupil of Stein-

Graduate,

brecher, Andre. Sterling,

Page Sixteen

and Durst

Director of Piano Department s. Bethanv College; Fellowship Student. Juilliard indation, three years; Pupil of Mollie Margolies. )liver Denton, Alexander Siloti; Associate. Albert! Studios. New York; Associate Professor of Piano, University of Kansas



BOARDING STUDENT COUNCIL

HELEN PR £ S

DOROTHY JAE&ER VICE

PRESIDENT

JEANNE COOKSON HIGH

SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE

Page Eighteen

JONES I

E

N T

BEVERLY LACK SECOND VICE PRESIDENT

BILLIt

PRANK SMITH

CHAPEL PROCTOR, llJSfHESTER

MARION WEBER

SECRETARY

LAURA MAE CARPENTER. CHAPEL PR0CT0R,2*i»SEMEJTER


Hall Proctors Top Rozv

(First Semester)

Carlisle, Heron; Byrne,

Fidelity;

Turney, Pembroke;

LuDWiG, Senior Bottom

Row

(Second Semester): Smith, Heron; Stallings, founders; Moore, Fidelity; Fristoe, Petnbroke; JonbS, Senior

Not

in Picture:

Marion Doerrer, Founders

(First Semester)

THE STUDENT COUNCILS The Boarding and Day Student

Councils,

composed

of representatixe girls

from each school unit, are organized for the purpose of making and keeping regulations which are necessary in any community. Each girl, on both Boarding and Day Student Councils, endeavors to work with every student toward the attainment of the ideals for which Ward-Belmont stands.

Page Nineteen


DAY STUDENT COUNCIL

DOROTHY COLMERY PR.tSIDENT

RUTH

HOPKIMSON

MARY

NT

SECOND

VICE PRESI D E

JANE VANCE HIGH SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE

Page Twerdy

ALICE HERBERT VICE PRESIDENT

PE&&V DICKINSON

SBCRETARV

FRANCES WILKERSON

MARGARET GLASG-OW

PROCTOR

PROCTOR.^nc SEMESTER


Otiyyry^




=^1-===^

Miss Betty O'Donnell

Edwine Alien Schmid

Sponsor

Prc-sidnit

St. Louis. Missouri Penta Tau Gc'neral Diploma Hall Proctor, '35; Milestones Staff. '35; Dramatic Club, 3 5: French Club, '35. •3b; Glee Club, '35; Active Member AthAssociation. '35, '3o; Second Bowling Varsity, '36; Boarding Presidents' Coun'3b letic cil

Elizabeth Cornelius

Nelle Jane

rice President

Ranck

Ruth Ernestine Carr

Sfcrc-tary

Nashville, Tenn.

Sapulpa,

Oklahoma

Angkor Del Vers President Oklaho General Diploma Hockey Varsity. Swimming '35; Art Club, '3c. '35; Varsity Winner Swimming Meet. '35. '36: Athletic Association E3oard, '35. '36; Glee Club, French Club, '35, '36; Active

Boarding Treasurc-r

Evelyn Braden Day Student Treasurer

Windsor, Ontario

Nashville, Ten-n

General Diploma Textile and Clothing

Diploma Art Club,

'36.

Mem-

ber

Day

'36;

Student

Presi-

'36.

To think of this past year anticipated the year,

Day

Student Presi-

dents' Council

To SPEAK

President Angkor Club. '3b; Glee Club. French Club. '35. '3b; First Hockey Varsity. '35; Active Member Athletic Association. '35. dents' Council. '36

Association

Athletic

"35. '36;

Angkor General Diploma

Anti-Pandora Club,

of the platform

we wonder

if

we

is

to call

up

a train of

memories more crowded than we could ha\e

we formulated

as a standard by which to measure our progressions of ha\e fulfilled the requirements which were the notches in our measuring

stick.

To DO

and

strive highest the Senior Class of 193b.

best

Page Twenty-Two

is

the goal toward which

we

tra\el as

we

lea\e

Ward-Belmont


SENIOR CLASS SflRflH ASHLEY Dayton, Ohio Del Vers

General Diploma President Del Vers Club. •3b: First Hockey '3b; Second Hockey and Basketball Varsit Boarding Presidents Council, '3b.

JEAN BfllLEY Kans,\s City, Kansas Del Vers

General Diploma, Expression Certificate Associate Editor Hyphen. •3b: President Kansas Club, "35; French Club. "35. •3b; Eioarding Presidents' Council.

'30

BARTON

MflRGflRET

MiDDLETOWN, OhIO Agora

General Diploma

JANE BERGER Mextco, Missouri Agora

General Diploma ch Club, Glee Club, Choir,

^35, ^36.

ELLEN BOWERS Nashville, Tennessee Angkor General Diploma

Day

Student Presidents' Council. '35. ^36; Vice President Senior-Middle Class, '35; Active Member Athletic Association. '35. •3b: Bowling Varsity. '35. •3b; Winner Bowling Tournament. ^35; Athletic Association Board. 3b; French Club, ^3 5, 'Sb.

FRANCES EVELYN BRATTON Nashville, Tennessee Eccowasin

General Diploma, Expression Diploma Second Bowling Varsity.

•3b;

Glee Club.

'3 5

JEANNE BRIGHAM Webster Groves, Missouri Penta Tau General Diploma President Penta Tau Club, •3b; Boarding Presidents' Council, •3b: Glee Club, ^35; French Club. Hyphen Staff, ^35, •Sb

BARBARA BROWN El Dorado, Kansas Agora

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SENIOR CLASS BETTY LOUISE BURNS PoNTiAc. Michigan Del Vers

Foods Diploma 'H. Circulation Manager

asurer Del Vers Club, phen. '36,

PHYLLIS OflKLEilF CHRR Bartl[-:s\ille,

X

Oklahoma

1.

Diploma, Dancing

Gc-n^ral

Certificate

sident Spanish Club. '36: Secretar>* Spanish Club. .

French Club,

^P.

MARTHA CAROLYN CARSON LoL'isNiLLE,

Kentucky

Anti-Pandora

General Diploma Spanish Club,

'35,

'3b.

MARY BETH CATON West

Bluefield,

.\

\']rgima

L.

General Diploma

X L

Secretary F'rench Club.

'3b; Glee Club. '35; Choir, .Acti\e Member .Athletic Associa-

Club.

'3b:

CONSTANCE CHASE New H.\,mpsh]re

Concord,

X. L. .Athletic Association E3oard. '3b; Second Baseball Varsity, '35; Acti\e Member Athletic Association, '35, '3b; Hyphen Staff, '35, '3b; Art Club, Dramatic Club, '35;

Second Basketball Varsity,

'3b.

WINNIE COFFEE Des Moines, Iowa Agora

General Diploma President Athletic Association, '36; Hyphen Staff. '35, 3b; W'ordsmith Club, French Club, '35, '3b, SecretaryTreasurer Dramatic Club. '35; Spanish Club. "35; First

Hockey

Varsity. '35;

Second Baseball Varsity,

Wmner

Tennis Singles,

'35; .\ctiye

Member

'36;

Athletic

DOROTHY DAY COLMERY Nashville, Tennessee Angkor

General Diploma

Day

President i'roctor. "15. '3b:

'3 5;

Student Council, '3b; Day Student Active Member .Athletic Association. '35; Day Student

First .Archery Varsity. Presidents' Council. '35. '3b.

MARY

LESLIE

COOK

East Prairie, Missouri Agora

General Diploma Glee Club,

Page Twenty-Four

'35, '36;

French Club,

'36; Choir,

'3fc.


SENIOR CLASS JULIETTE TflBB CRfllG Nashn'ille,

Tennessee

Ecco\>.asin

General Diploma President Eccowasin Club.

'36;

Day Stude

dents' Council, '3b; Treasurer Eccowasin Glut

MflRTHfl CRfllG Franklin, Tennessee Angkor General Diploma, Expression Diploma ch Club,

'35.

MflRJORIE flLLEE

GRUME

Fort Scott, Kansas Anti-Pandora

Y..

General Diploma, Expression Certificate W. C. A. Cabinet, '36; Dramatic Club, '35.

MHE ELIZABETH CUDE Madison, Tennessee Angkor General Diploma

JANE CURFMflN Colorado

Salida,

TriK General Diploma sident Tri

K Club,

'33

LOUISE DOUGLAS Nashville, Tennessee Angkor General Diploma Active

Member

Athletic Association, '35, '36; Staff. '36; French Club, '35.

Hyphe

ROSELLE EMERY Atlanta, Georgia X. L.

General Diploma, Art Certificate Expression Certificate Y- \V. C. A. Cabinet,

'3 5;

Secretary Art Club, '3b

ELIZABETH EVANS Fort Wayne, Indiana F. F.

General Diploma, Art Certificate President F. F. Club, '36; Art Club, Club, '35.

'3 5,

'36;

Fn

Page Twenty-Five


SENIOR CLASS MHRGHRET ELIZABETH FflWCETT Omaha, NtBRAbKA General Diplo),

Member 35,

•35. Athletic Associatic 36: French '35; Art Club, '36.

Glee Club,

Sb.

JANE

FliflNNIGflN Osceola. Arkansas Anti-f^andora

General Diploma

C A

'36: ^. W. C. A, Cabir retary Senior-Middle Class, "35; Art Club.

:nt Y.

W.

.

EMflLOU FLOREY Overton, Texas Agora

Diploma, Art Certificate Expression Certificate

leral

t Club,

Secretary Athletic Associatii Athletic Association. '35.

"3b;

Member Spanish Club,

'35. 'Sb

MHRY ANN FOLEY Memphis. Tennessee General Diploma K. Club,

'36.

LOUISE FOSGflTE Orlando,

I-lorid.\ Osiron

General Diplonu :nt

•3b: Secretar> Osir on Club. '35; Athletic Association '35. 3b; Martha Boarding Presidents' Council. "3b

Osiron Club.

Member

.

Vv'ashington. *36;

MARY WILSON Nash\

ille,

GILLESPIE

Tennessee

General Diploma

MflXINE I'vler,

GRAHAM 1'exas

F. F.

.\rt

General Diploma, Expression Certificate Club, ib. Secretary F F Club, Mb

MARGARET GREENE Nashville, Tennessee Angkor General Diploma llditor

Hyphen,

'3b;

Day Student

Editor Hyphen. '35;

Vice President Angkor Club. '3 5; Second Vice President Student Council, '35; Day Student Presidents' Council, '3b; First Hockey Varsity. '35; Athletic Assom Board. '35; French Club. 35.

Day

Page Tiventy-Six


SENIOR CLASS HELEN HflYDEN HALL Toledo, Ohio T. C.

General Diploma T. C. Club,

'36;

French Club.

'IS, '36

ELIZABETH HflRDESTY West

Fair.mont,

N'irginia

T. C,

General Diploma

VIRGINIA HflRDESTY Fairmont, West Virginia T. C,

General Diploma President

French Club,

Secretary

'36;

T,

C.

KflTHflRINE ELIZABETH HAYS Yazoo City, Mississippi F, F.

Treasurer F. F. Club,

'36.

RUTH HEWITT Houston, Texas Osiron

General Diplonia First Tennis Varsity. Association. '3b.

'36;

Acti\e

Member

At hie

LEORfl CflROLYN HILL Chattanooga, Tennessee A. K.

General Diploma

\

C

A. Cabinet, '35. '36; Treasurer A. K. Club, '36; Glee Club. Choir. '3b; Athletic Association Board "ib. Active Member Athletic Association. '3t); French Club. Hyphen Staff, '35. VV

FflNNIE

YOUNG HINDMflN

Colu.mbia, Kentuck-i

RUTH HOPKINSON Nashville, Tennessee General Diploma lent

Day

Student Council. '3b

Page Twenty-Seven


SENIOR CLASS PflTRICIfl HOWELL Centerville, Iowa Anti-Pandora

Milestones '35; President

General Diploma Hyphen Staff, "36: French Club,

Staff.

Iowa Club,

•35.

DOROTHY

M. JAEGER

Chicago. Illinois Tri

K

Arl Certificate Vice President Boarding Student Council. '3b; Club. German Club. '36; Athletic Association Board. Glee Club, '31.

First .-Xrt

BETSY JONES Kennett, Missouri A. K.

General Diploma, Piano Certificate Expression Certificate Hall Proctor. '36: Glee Club. Choir. '36; Dramatic Club.

35

HELEN JONES .'\bilene. Texas Osiron

General Diploma Boarding Student Council. '36; Chapel Proctor. '35; [Warding Presidents' Council. '36; Spanish Club '36; Second Hockey Varsity. '35; First Basketball Varsity. '35. '36; Active Member Athletic Association. President

'35. '36;

President Texas Club. '35.

MAMIE JONES Mount

Pleasant, Tennessee Anti-Pandora

General Diploma Vice President Anti-Pandora Club. '3b; Y. Cabinet. '36; French Club. '35.

W. C. A.

RUTH JONES Williamsburg, Iow.\ Agora

General Diploma Vice President Agora Club. '3b; Secretary Agora Club, '35. Glee Club. Choir. French Club, '35. '3b.

MARION JOSEPHINE KEMP Schenectady, New York X. L.

General Diploma, Art Certificate Treasurer Art Club. '3b; French Club. Art Club. lb

'35.

MARTHA ELLEN KIGER Mattoon. Illinois Osiron

General Diploma Editor Milestones. '3b; Business Manager Milestones. '35; Boarding Presidents' Council. '36; French Club. '3 5, '3b; Active Member Athletic Association. '35. '36.

Page Tircnly-Eighl


SENIOR CLASS ROYENfl LOUISE KIPP Saint John, Kansas Agora

Ceneral Diploma, Piano Crrlificalc Expression Certificale Choir, '36; Glee Club, '35

;

French Club,

"it.

TEDDIE KRflUSS Saginaw, Michigan Del Vers St't'retarial Cfrti/icaft'

Vice President Del Vers Club, '36: Y. W. C A Cabinet. '3b; Secretary Del Vers Club, '35; President Michigan Club, 35.

MARY FRANCES

LflUNIUS Monroe, Georgia X, L.

Piano Glee Club.

Certificale

'35, '36; Choir, '36.

FRANCES MURAT LAVAL Lexington, Ki:ntiicky General Diploma iity,

'36;

Acl:ive

K

JANA LONGNECKER Sioux City, Iowa Anti-Pandora

General Diploma Anti-Pandora Club, '3b; Secretary Spanish Club. '3b; French Club, '3 5; Art Club, '3b; See Hockey Varsity. "3b. Act e Member Athlc

JANE E. LUDWIG Indianapolis, Indiana A. K.

General Diploma, Expression Certificate Hall Proctor, 'Bb; French Club,

'35, '3b.

EVELYN McCALL Birmingham, Alabama Penta Tau General Diploma Second

"Vice President Y, '35; French

Alabama Club,

W

C A

Club,

'35,

'3e

'3b.

JEAN McEWAN Port .Arthur, Te.xas

Page Twenty-Nine


SENIOR CLASS VIOLET MilDDOX Mavsnille, Kentlcky

\ L

ELIZABETH MHSTIN HUNTSMLLE, ALABAMA X. L.

General Diploma, Expression Certificate Acti\e Member Athletic Association, Club. '35; Art Club. '36,

'}6;

'35.

French

MflRTHfl ELLEN MERRYDflY Davtona Beach, Florida A K

General Diploma :tarv

"l'

\V

C A

'35;

.

Y. \V

C A

Cabinet.

'36.

JANE MEYER Montgomery. West T C

\'irginl\

General Diploma. Expression Certificate Vice President .Athletic Association. "35; General ManaRer Athletic Association. "3e«; Spanish Club. '35. '36; Second Basketball Varsity. '3b.

MONK

ELIZfl TURNER Cherokee, Alabama X. L. General Diploma

PHULINE MYERS JopLiN. Missouri Anti-Pandora

General Diploma President Anti-Pandora Club. '36, Boarding Pri Council. '3b; Art Club. '3b.

MflUDE ELIZABETH NOE Nash\

iLLE,

Tennessee

Ariston

General Diploma Secretary .Ariston Club.

'3b.

EVELYN NORTON College Station, Te.xas Del

\'crs

General Diploma Spanish Club.

Page Thirty

'35. '3b.


SENIOR CLASS MILDRED HILL PARKER Nashville, Tennessee Triad

General Diploma Spanish Club. Glee Club.

'3 5,

Mb.

JANET PflSCOE Carnegie, Pennsylvania Vice President Athletic Associati(

and Archery '36;

Active

t.

'3b; First

Hocke

'35; Firs! Basketball VarsitAthletic Assc :iation, '3 5. '3b.

Varsities.

Member

FRANCES LOUISE PRINCE Charleston. West \'irginia T. C.

General Diploma President T, C, Club, '36; Vice President T. C. Club, '35; Second Vice President Boarding Student Council, '35; Acti\'e Member Athletic Association. '35, "36; Boarding Presidents' Council, '3b.

BETTIE JAYNE REED Marshalltown, Iowa Agora General Diploma, Art Certificate President Agora Club, '36; Art Club, '35, '3b; Dramatic Club. '3 5; Boarding Presidents' Council. '3b.

REBECCA RICE Nashville, Tennessee Ariston

General Diploma, Expression Diploma President Ariston Club,

'36.

BETTY SUE ROBERSON Nashville, Tennessee Ariston

General Diploma Wordsmith Club. Spanish Club,

'36;

Secretary

Ariston

Club.

'3 5.

ELIZABETH ROGERS Shelbyville, Kentucky

MARTHA ANNE ROGERS MoRRisTOWN, Tennessee Anti-Pandora Art Club,

'36;

General Diploma Dramatic Club. '3 5.

Page Thirty-One


SENIOR CLASS ELIZHBETH RUDOLPH Springfield, Tennessee X. L.

General Diploma

X L

President

Club.

French Club,

•35;

X L

Vice President

'36;

Club.

'35,

ELSIE ELEANOR SflNTE Webster Groves, Missouri X. L.

General Diploma, Riding Cerlificale

Organ Certificate Orchestra, Choir, '36: Athletic Asst>ciation lioard, '36; Glee Club, '35; Sergeant-at-Arms X, L. Club. '35.

Piano

Certificate,

MILDRED SARTOR BlCKNELL, InDIAN.\ X.

L.

General Diploma Athletic Association Board. '36; Y. W,

C A Cabinet. '3(3: Spanish Club. '35. Active Member Athletic

3b: Vice President X. L, Club. '3d: First Hockey Varsity, Association. '35. '36.

'3(3,

SCHORNDORFER

PflT

Elyria, Ohio

President Tri

K

in K General Diploma Club '36: Secretary

Milestones First Hockey

Staff.

hail Varsities '35, '36.

'36;

K

Tri Club. '35: President Spanish Club. '35; Hockey and BasketMember Athletic Association.

'35:

Varsity. '35; Second

Active

ELIZABETH SIEGMUND Webster Groves. Missouri Tri

K

General Diploma Fditor Hyphen, '36: French Club, '3t Tri K Club, '3b; Active Member Athle

s

CARROLL HINTON SHEEP Hot

Springs, Arkansas Osiron

General Diploma, Art Certificate .

Club,

'35. '36:

Spanish Club.

BILLIE

'36.

FRANK SMITH

Clarksville, Tennessee X. L.

General Diploma

DOROTHY STRICKLAND Nashville. Tennessee Triad

General Diploma Archery Varsity.

Page Thirly-Two

'3 5.


SENIOR CLASS MARY ELIZABETH SUDHOFF Nkw

Castlk, Indiana Agora

General Diploma, Voice Certificate President Glee Club, '36; Glee Club. '35, Choir, '36. French Club, '36,

HELEN ELIZABETH TIBBETS San Antonio, Texas Osiron

General Diploma, Piano Certificate President Te.vas Club. '36; Treasurer Osiron Club. Choir. French Club, Varsity, "3b; Active

Hyphen

Member

Staff. '36;

Second Hoc

Athletic Association.

LOUISE MARTIN TIMBERMAN Gallatin, Tennessee General Diploma

German

'36-

Club.

ELIZABETH TIPTON "

TipTONviLLE, Tennessee A. K.

General Diploma

Y W. '36;

First '35;

C. A, Cabinet. '36: Vice President A, K. Club. Hall Proctor. '35; First Baseball Varsity, '35;

Hockey

Varsity,

'36;

Second Hockey Varsity,

Active Member Athletic Association. '35. '36; Club. "35; Vice President German Club, '36,

German

ANNIE LOU WALL Drew, Mississippi Agora

General Diploma, Expression Diploma President Orchestra, "36; Treasurer Agora Club, Orchestra, '35.

LILLIAN ANDERSON WALTERS Nashville, Tennessee Angkor

General Diploma Secretary Angkor Club,

'36.

MARION EVELYN WEBER Milwaukee. Wisconsin Tr.

K

General Diploma Secretary Boarding Student Council. '36; Hall Proctor. '35; Sergeant-at-Arms Tri Club. '35; Active Member Athletic Association '35. '36; First Hockey Varsity. '35, '36; First Baseball Varsity. '35; Dramatic Club. '35; French Club. '35. '36.

K

MARY NORMAN WEST Sparta, Tennessee Penta Tau General Diploma, Expression Diploma Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. *36; Secretary

'36; Vice President Spanish Club. Spanish Club. '35.

Page Thirty-Three


SENIOR CLASS ELEANOR WALKER WHITSON Atlanta, Georgia Penta Tau

Diploma

Gt'ut'ral l^resident StalT, '36

French Club,

"ib.

Wnrdsmilh Cluh, Hvphc,

FRANCES WILKERSON Nashville, Tennessee Eccouasin

General Diploma

Day

Student Proctor,

Secretary Eccowasin Glut

'3b;

)5,

MARY DONNAN WILSON Lakeland, Florida Tri

K

General Diploma

\

W

'3b:

C. A Cabinet, '36; Vice President Spanish Club. Secretary Spanish Club, '35.

MOSELLE WORSLEY Columbus, Georgia Tri

K

General Diploma

Milestones

StalT,

'35.

lb. Vice President Tri

President Georgia Club, Club. '3b; French Club, '35,

'36;

K

'3b; First Hockey and Basketball Hockey and Basketball Varsities.

Baseball Varsities, '35; Active sociation,

'3 5,

Varsities, '3b; Second "3 5; First Tennis and

Member

'3b.

SENIOR SONG We pledge no'w our love for our old W -B We VOW to be ever true; We pledge, too, our love for our dear Senior ,

God

bless

Class

them, the old and the new.

We'll hold high those colors, the Gold and the Blue; Our banners shall kiss the sky. Our faith all resisting, our goal for life s best, Our motto; "To do or die." II

The joys we have

fly as the leaves; They'll last us life's journey through; And the love we ha\-e now for the friendships we've made Will live in our memories, too; And though we must part from each other some day, As Seniors have parted before, The glorious spirit of old '3b Will linger forevermore.

I'dqc Thirl y-Fnur

here will not

Athletic As-



Special Diplomas

and

Certificates Students

rtccu ing

special

diplomas or

sometimes in addition to the General Diploma, are

certificates

Junior

College

those

who ha\e

disco\'ered early in life special capacity and ha\e developed into an ability without loss of time. arc:

some it

Diploma students

EXPRESSION Frances Bratton. Martha Craig, Rebecca Rice. Annie Lou Wall. Mary Norman West.

FOODS

Betty Burns.

TEXTILES Ruth Carr. Those receiving

certificates are:

EXPRESSION Jean Bailey. Marjorie Crume. RoSELLE Emery, Maxine Graham. Miriam Harwell. Charlotte Howard, Betsy Jones, Royena Kipp. Jane Ludwig. Elizabeth Mastin. Jane Meyer. Maroarete Ellen Peebles.

ART Roselle Emery, Elizabeth Evans. Jane I^LANNICAN. EmALOU FlOREY, DoROTHY J \EGER. Marion Kemp. Bettie Jayne

Reed, Carroll Sheep.

DANCING Phyllis Carr.

RIDING Elsie Sante.

SECRETARIAL Teddie Krauss, Margaret Millspauch

PIANO

Betsy Jones. Royena Kipp, Mary Frances Launius, Elsie Sante. Helen TlBBETS.

VOICE

Diploma Students Wall. Carr, West, Burns

Mary

Sltdhoff.

ORGAN Elsie Sante.

Certificate Students Top Row:

Kemp, Reed, Crume, Evans, Bailey, Krauss, Florey, Sheep, Jaeger, Sante. Tibbets, Kipp, Carr

Bottom Rozv:

Peebles, Clayton, Harwell, Graham, Emery, Mastin. Ludwig,

Meyer, Jones Page Thirty-Six



GRACE HILLMflN

MISS HELEN GRIZZflRD

BENEDICT

Sponsor

President

Nashville, Tennessee Angkor

High School Certificate Penstaff Club, 34. 'tS. '36: French Club. "35; Athletic Association Eioard. "34; Secretary Athletic Association. '35; Treasurer Athletic Association. '36; First Hocl<ey and Tennis Singles Varsities. '35. '3b; First Tennis Doubles Varsity. '35; First Apparatus Varsity. '34; First Basketball Varsity, '3b; Active Member Athletic Association. '33. '34. '3 5. '36.

BflRBflRH LEflKE

BETTY RYE

rice President

Secretary

Treasurer

Tacoma, Washington

Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee

Anci-Pandora

Eccowasin

High School Certificate Milestones Staff. '36; Second Basketball Varsity. '36;

French Club

'33.

Vice President Sophomore Class. Treasurer Anti-Pandora Club. 34. '35; Athletic Association Board. '34; Treasurer Athletic Association, '3 5; PenstalT Club. '36; Active Member Athletic Association, '36. '34; '34;

High School

SHIRLEY LEflKE Eccowasin

Certificate

French Club.

'36;

Association.

Acti^ '36.

Member

Athle

High School

Certificate

Vice President Eccowasin Club. '36; Treasurer Freshman Class. '33; Dramatic Club. '35; Active Member Athletic Association. '36.

The Junior-Middle

Class this year introduced a new activity that of challenging the Junior Class in hockey and basketball. When the Junior-Middles were recognized in chapel, they took loyalty as their theme an essential quality which they thought should be shown in loyalty to oneself or one's ideals, to one's friends, and to Ward-Belmont by upholding its ideals. A banquet preceded the climax of the year graduation.

Page Thirty-Eight


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS JEAN ANN ALLEN Mavfield, Kentucky Eccowasm High SchonI Crrlifuah-

MflRTHH HRMISTEflD Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School

Certificate

ESTHER HELEN

flZflRCH

Williamson. West Virginia High School Glee Club.

Certificate

'34. '35.

VIRGINIfi

BARRET

Louisville,

Kentucky

Tn K High School Hall Proctor.

'33.

'34;

Certificate

Boarding Student Council,

Penstaff. '35. '36: Secretary Tri

at-Arms Tri '35 Cla

K

Club,

'32.

'33;

'3'^,

K Club.

'36: SergeantVice President Junior

JEAN BATEMAN Zanesville, Ohio Del Vers

High School Second Basketball Varsity,

Certificate

'3tx

MARY BENSON Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School Triad Club,

Certificate

'3b.

JOAN BUTTERFIELD Lansing. Michigan A. k.

High School Secretary A. K. Club,

Certificate

'36.

GLEE CALLAWAY Detroit, Michigan Del Vers

Page Thirty-Nine


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS BETTY CARLISLE South Bend. Indiana Tri

K

High School Penstaff.

French Club.

matic Club.

'35,

'35.

Certificate

36; Hyphen

Staff,

Dra-

Hall Proctor, '3b

JEANNE COOKSON Chicago, Illinois TriK High School

Certificate

'36: First Basketball VarTreasurer Tri K Club. '34: President Indiana Club. '34: Glee Club. Choir. Dramatic Club. '34. '35: Athletic Association Board. '35; Active Member Ath-

Boarding Student Council. sity. '36:

letic

Association. '34.

'35, '3b:

First

Hockey

Varsity. '35.

MILDRED COX Charlkston. West Virginia T. C.

High School

Certificate

BEVERLY JANE DAVIS Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School Hockey

Certificate

Varsity, '35, '36; Active

Member

Athletic

iCiation.'35. '36.

CONNIE DE FUNIAK Louisville.

Kentucky

A. K.

PEGGY DICKINSON Nashville, Tennessee Eccowasin

High School

Certificate

MARCELLA DRISKILL Fr.'\nklin, Tennessee Triad

High School First Hockey Varsity, Association, ^36,

'3b:

Certificate

Active

Member

SARAH EVERETT McKenzie, Tennessee T. C.

High School First Basketball Varsity. '36.

Page Forty

Certificate

Athletic


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS JEAN MORGAN EWING Nashville, Tennessee Eccowasin Ili^h School Certificate Secretary Eccowasin Club.

'36.

CORNELIfl CLARK FORT Nashville, Tennessee Eccouasin //;>/( Sc/iool Certificate PenstafI" Club. '36.

MATILDA GIBSON Tennessee

Nashn'ille,

Angkor IJigli

School Certificate

Treasurer Angkor Club. Secretary Junior Class.

'33

;

Day Student

Council. '34

:

'35.

MARGARET GLASGOW Nash\ille.

1 ennessee Eccowasin

High School

Day Student

Proctor,

'3b-,

Certificate

Treasurer Eccowasin Club

'3b.

SARAH GOODPASTURE Nashville, Tennessee High School

Certificate

LAURA GRAHAM Madison, Tennessee Angkor

High School

Certificate

MARTHA GREENE Nash\'ille,

Tennessee

Angkor I/igh School Certificate Vice President Angkor Club, '36: First Hockey Varsity 3o; Active Member Athletic Association '3b FrencI Club, '35.

MARY JAC GRIFFITH Anderson, Indiana T. C. //igh School Certificate President T. C. Club, '35; Vice President Freshmai Class. '33.

Page Forly-One


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS MARY LUCILE JOHNSON Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School

Certificate

Secretary Freshman Class. '33; Secretary Triad Club. '3b; First Hockey Varsity. "36; Active Member Athletic

PHULINE KfllSER St. Louis, Missolri TriK High School Certificate

FRANCES VIRGINIA KOELKER JopLiN, Missouri Anti-Pandora

High School

Certificate

MARION LATTA Nashville. Tennessee Triad

High School

Certificate

President Triad Club. '36; Second Basketball Varsity, 3b; Second Hockey Varsity, '34; Active Member Ath'36.

letic

ELLEN MARTIN Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School

Certificate

President Freshman Class. '33; Treasurer Triad Club. '34; Treasurer Junior Class, '35; Second Basketball Varsity, '36; Active Member Athletic Association. '3b.

DORIS MEAD Tulsa. Oklaho.ma F. F.

High School Spanish Club.

Certificate

'36.

JANE MEADORS Nashnille, Tennessee Ecco^vasin

High School sident

Sophomore

Certificate

Class. '34.

lONE REBMAN McKNIGHT (

.oi Rii

AND. -Alabama Tri

High School

Page Fnrtij-Twn

K

Certificate


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS MARY WOODflRD MOREL Brentwood, Tennessee Eccowasin

High School

Ccrtificah'

Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club.

'3b;

Active N

Athletic Association. '3b.

AGNES ORMOND Sa\ann,\h.

T

Gi:orc-,i.\ C.

High School

Certificate

ELAINE OSTERGARD Canton, Ohio I-

I-'.

FRANKIE PATRICK San Antonio, Texas F. F.

First

Hockey and Basketball

Var.sities,

Association Board, '36; Active

Member

'36:

Afhletn

Athletic

As

sociation. '36; Penstaff, Spanish Club. '36

EMILY PAYNE Nashville, Tennessee Triad

KATHARINE PEARCE Asheville,

North Carolina

T c. High School Certificate ch Club.

'35.

MICKIE PERRY Nashville, Tennessee Angkor

High School

Certificate

MARGARET PITCHER Lakewood, Ohio T. C.

High School Vice President T. C. Club.

Certificate

'36.

Page Forty-Three


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS BflRBflRfl RENIGER Lansing, Michigan Del Vers

High School

C,-rlihcalc

FRANCES ELIZHBETH RIEDY Ex'ANSTON, Illinois Agora

High School

Certificate

Choir, Orchestra, Penstaff, Spanish Club, '3b.

EDITH FORREST ROBERTSON Nashville, Tennessee Ariston

nigh School

Certificate

PHYLLIS LORRHINE SCHflCKNE Toledo, Ohio Agora

High School Choir, Spanish Club.

Certificate

'36.

flLLIE

SEDWITZ

Youncstown, Ohio A K. High School

New

Certificate

BflRBflRfl SMITH Brighton, Pennsylvania A. K.

High School

Certificate

MURIEL DOROTHY SOMflTT |-'rl.\iont,

Ohio

Agora

High School

Certificate

SUE STICKNEY Flint, Michig.\n I-.

I-.

High School

Page

Forlii-Fdiir

Certificate


JUNIOR-MIDDLE CLASS ANNETTE STOUT MuNciE, Indiana F.

I-.

High School

Certificate

CflRMENCITH TORREY Nashnille. Tennessee Anston

High School

Certificate

SflRflH WELLS Nashville, Tennessee High School Glee Club.

Certificate

'Jb.

MflRGflRET WHITE Nashville, Tennessee Triad

High School

Certificate

HARRIET ADELINE WILLIAMS Muscogee, Florida Tri

High School

K

Certificate

Page Forty-Five


JUNIOR-MIDDLE POEM When

far-oft years

have held their sway,

And we have come to God to stay; When buildings, built by mortal men. Have all come tumbling down again; we will stand and say, "Ward-Belmont shall not pass away!"

"Tis then that

She

still will

And,

if

live in us,

you

see;

our souls immortal be,

Then that is more the reason why Ward-Belmont School shall never die! Peggy Dickinson

—

Page Forty-Six



SENIOR-MIDDLE CLASS The

Senior-Middle Class of Ward-Belmont began their

\-aried activities for

the year 1935-36 with a class picnic given at Mr. Benedict's summer home. In November the class gave a chapel program, Louise Ba.xter representing the In addition to this, the Seniors and faculty were given a by the class in December, and the Senior-Middle Banquet, given for the Seniors, was held in March, Laura Mae Carpenter acting as toastmistress.

class as its speaker.

coffee

Emily Hamilton

.Anne Huddleston

President

lice President

Dorothy Martin Secretary

Page Foriij-Eighl

Louise

Mathews

Treasurer

Margaret Giles Day

Student Treasurt


HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OFFICERS The lower

classes of

Ward-Belmont High School confine

principally to class parties of various types.

their class activities

However, the Juniors have been

particularly active this year, for at the end of nearly every sport season they

have challenged the Junior-Middles to a game. The sponsors of the classes follows: Junior, Miss Cayce; Sophomore, Miss Nance; Freshman, Miss Major. are as

Dorothy Proctor President

Llewelvna Granbery J'ice

President

Lawrece Butler

Susan Cheek

Secretary

Treasurer

Page Forty-Nine


SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

Martha Roth

Anne Ganier Prirsident

J'ice

President

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS

Page

Adelaide Roberts

Frances Carter

Mary Alene Edwards

President

rice President

Secretary

Fifti/


c/rc/yi^/z/cy




HYPHEN

Margaret Greene

Jean Bailey

Editor

Assistant Editor

Elizabeth Siegmund News Editor

Page Fifty-Two

Betty Burns Manager

Circulation


Hyphen Reporters and Feature Writers Anna May Moul, Louise Douglas, Jf,an McEwan, Margaret Carrigan, Louise Baxter, Laura Mae Carpenter, Helen Tibbets, Jean Burk, Felecia Mongone Front Row: Winnie Coffee, Jane Meyer, Pattie Howell, Jane Edgerly, Anne Browning, Back Rota:

Mary Griswold A'ot in Picture:

Anne Turney, Eleanor Whitson, Betty Jane Hopewell, Jeanne Brigham, Margaret Keyes Clark, Beverly Lack

PUBLICATIONS The Hyphen and

the

Milestones combine their work to give to the student at Ward-Belmont. The Hyphen records from week to

body a picture of life week the activities and achievements of students and school as they come, and the Milestones co-ordinates all the happenings and makes a united whole of the school year.

,

Page Fifty-Three


THE MILESTONES

ANNA MAY MOUL

MARTHA ELLEN KIGEP^ EDITOR

ELLEN BOWERS OAX STUDENT EDITOR

BARBARA LEA*CE HIGH SCHOOL

Pngc

REPREJENTATVE

Fifhi-Foiir

ASSOCIATE

OZEE MANAGER

MOSELLE WORSLEY PHOTO&RAPHIC EDITOR

HOWELL

MARY EVELYN JENSEN

MARG-ARET BUSINESS

PATTIE

EDITOR

PEATURE EDITOR

ART EDITOR



THE The the

^'.

life

W.

Y.

W. C.

fl.

Ward-Belmont tries to add fullness to by service to others and by a growing God. Besides conducting Sunday School

C. A. in

of every girl

knowledge of

and Vespers each Sunday, the "Y" does

social service

work among five different groups of people in Nashville The Tennessee Children's Home, The Home for Girls, The Old Ladies' Home, The Vanderbilt Hospital, and the Junior League. Forums for the girls on various current political and social situations are given, and school :

activities

such as the Valentine

Dinner Party are sponsored

by the Y. W. C. A.

Page Fifty-Six


THE

Y. W. C.

JANE

fl

fLAWM IG-AN

PRESIDENT

MAUOt MAY PRESI D ENT

MINNIE VICE

EVELYN M^ CALL SECOND VICt PRESIDENT

LAURA MAE CARPENTER sj SEM ESTER

TRtASORER,

i

VIR&INIA

P

SECRET

(

A

PER RV

VIR&INIA BATTLE TREASURER, 1 1P SEMESTER

Page Fifty-Seven


Committee Chairmen Top Row: Bracken, Varga, Krauss Middle Row: Baxter, Hill, Wilson, Sartor

From

Rozv:

Merryday, Pinkham, Piper, Emery, Crume, Jones Y.

Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha Spa

in

W.

C.

fl.

Cabinet

Entertainment Committee

rman Community Tours Commillee rman Publicity Committee rmen Tennessee Children's Home Committee rmati

Home for

Girls Committee

rman Fanderbilt Hospital Committee rman Old Ladies' Home Committee (First Semester) man Old Ladies' Home Committee (Second Semester)

Page

man Junior League Home Committee man World Fellowship Committee man Membership Committee or

Fijtij-Eighl

Virginia Varga

Ruth Pinkham Martha Merryday Mildred Sartor, Teddie Krauss Mamie-:

Jones

Mary Norman West Elizabeth Tipton

Mary Donnan Wilson Mary Bracken Leora Hill Marjorie CrUME Miss Ruby Van Hooser



THE FOREIGN LflNGUflGE CLUBS the Spanish Club, and the German Club are all formed from the same principles, and all have the same goal that of creating in foreign language students an interest in the country, and a desire to become better acquainted with the habits, fashions, and sports of each particular country whose language they are studying. The different clubs take on quite a social aspect, for besides the papers and reports given, at various meetings songs and games are sung and played, and occasionally even an attempt is made to

Le Cercle Francais,

—

play foreign bridge.

The German Club Top Row: Jaeger, Tipton, Kaspar Bniiom Row: Gery, Voigt, Lot:, Timberman

Officers President I' ice

President

Secretary- Treasurer

Sponsor

Page Sixty

Jean Fleming ELIZABETH TiPTON RuTH MARGARET VoiGT Mrs. Frances Helen Jackson


French Club ScHMiD, Weber, Siegmund. Bowers, Coefee, Griswold, Worsley, Douglas. Cob, KiGER Middle Ro!v: Caton, Kipp, Boston, Hall, Cornelius, Berger, Cook, Burgess, Carr, Tibbets Bottom Row: Fawcett, Sudhoff, Kemp, Hardesty, Whitson, Miss Seay, Mersfelder,

Top Row:

White, Brigha.m, Braden President

Officers Sponsor

Eleanor Whitson

Miss Hibernia Seay

Spanish Club Top Row: Schorndorfer, Meyer, Florey, Pollard, Neil, Sheep, "Whitson Middle Row: Carson, Rudolph, Peebles, Burgess, Phillips, Luker Bottom Row: Breese, Treadwell, Longnecker, Mr. Donner, Carr, Parker, Wanek President

Officers Sponsor

Phyllis Carr

Mr. Thomas

B.

Donner

Page Sixty-One


THE LITERARY CLUBS WoRDSMiTH holds a contest semiannually in which any college student may enter original manuscripts ot poetry, prose, or drama. II the material is judged to be ol necessary merit, its authoress .At the meetings, which are held e\ery two ueeks. the is elected into this literary organization. During the year \arious speakers ol literary girls bring in material lor criticism and discussion. fame gixe lectures to the members, which inspires e\ery girl who is interested in writing. Penstaff. a corresponding society, has the same ideals and principles, but is limited to high school girls who has e competed in a similar contest

Wordsmith Top Row: Bottom Row:

TuRNEY, M.^thews, Miss Scruggs, Coffee, Edgerly Roberson, Whitson. B.wter, White, Marsh, Clark Officers Sponsor

Virginia White

President

Miss Theodora Scruggs

Penstaff l.l \KI ort, VaNCE. GiLLESPIE N"l \\n, ISvRPI T>: A' Middle Rux: CARLISLE, Edwards, Crossan, Burk, Perry, Haile Bottom Ro-m: Cole, Proctor. Jeter, Butler, Riedy, Patrick, Granbery. Benedict Officers Sponsor Mrs. Susa.n S. Souby Lawrece Butler President :

Page Sixty-Two

1

I



ART, MUSIC, DRflMflTICS for development along cultural lines in the extraWard-Belmont, certainly in the music, art, and dramatics departments. Tryouts are held to select not only the talented girls, hut those who are really interested in the type of work offered. Outstanding performances in the dramatic departments are the Christmas play, the Easter Both the orchestra and the glee pageant, and the Shakespearean play. club give concerts, and the art club brings exhibits, lectures, and artists to broaden the girls" knowledge of art.

There

is

e\'ery

opportunity

curricular activities at

The Art Club Top Ro:v: Helbing, Osmundson, Gill, Brown, Lewis, Heaslev, Carlisle, Boston, Smith Middle Rozv: Rudolph, Williams, Sheep, Jaeger, Graves, Carr, Colxert, Evans, Ranck, White, Moul Bottom Row: Cain, Rogers, Flannigan, Mastin, Emery, Lack, Florev. Kemp, Llnsford, Phillips, Collings, Reed, Jensen

Officers President rice President Secretary

Treasurer

Sponsor

Page Sixty-Four

Emalou Florey Beverly Lack RosELLE Emery Marion Kemp Miss Mary Wynne Shackelford


The Glee Club Sydney Dalton

Conductor

Mary Sudhoff Mary Morel Emma Cornelia

Secretary-Treasurer

President

Guest Soloist

Pitt

The Orchestra Kenneth Rose,

Conductor;

Catherine Andrews,

Soloist

Page Sixty-Five


ANNUAL EXPRESSION PLAYS

"r/iA- Shepherds Watched"

Christmas Play

".!>

Vnu Like ir

Shakespearean Play Page

Sixtrj-iiix




fiTHLETICS Athletics play such an important part in the life of the Ward-Belmont student that a large section of her journal be dexoted to the recording of these sports.

will

the

first

match

hockey game

in

the crisp,

fall air

From

to the final

of the doubles tennis tournament in the

late spring, interest

and competition run

high.

This year the Tri K"s won the athletic plaque for obtaining the greatest in

number

of points

year-round sports; Janet Pascoe and

Jeanne Cookson were awarded medals for

being the best all-round athletes,

the former in the college depart-

ment, the latter

in the

high

school department.

Page Sixty-Seven


THE ATHLETIC fiSSOCIflTION The

this organization is to promote the welfare of the individual mentally, morally, and physically by arousing a genuine interest in athletics; and to establish the highest ideals for comradeship, good sportsmanship, and

purpose of

fair play.

student may be a participating member, and the student who totals 150 points in athletic activities becomes an acti\e member This enables her to hold an office on the board. The Athletic Board meets monthly for a general discussion of Ward-Belmont athletics At the end of each sport season the board presents trophies and medals to the winning clubs and individuals.

Any

Winnie Coffee

Janet P.ascoe

President

I'ice

President

Jane Meyer

Emalou Florey

Grace Benedict

General Manager

Secretary

Treasurer

Page Siity-Eighl


Sports Managers Top Ro'w: Middle

Ro'.v:

Front Row:

Basketball

Hill, Tipton

Bowers, Cornelius, Sartor

Sante, Cookson, Chase, Jaeger

Mildred Sartor Peggy Wrenne Ellen Bowers

Manager

Apparatus Manager Bowling Manager

Swimming Manager Archery Manager Track Manager (First Semester) Track Manager (Second Semester) Baseball Manager Riding Manager Tennis Manager Hockey Manager •

Elizabeth Cornelius

Dorothy Jaeger Leora Hill Frankie Patrick Elizabeth Tipton Elsie Sante .Connie Chase -.

Jeanne Cookson

Page Sixty-Nine


HOCKEY

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Pascoe

always one of the most exciting seasons, and even though hockey is a comparati\ely new sport tor a great many girls, they all go at it so enthusiastically that good teams The Tri K's. being the only club to win are always produced. all three of their games, consequently captured the championship. To complete the hockey season, the Seniors played the SeniorMiddles on ITianksgiving morning, which is always the big game of the season and produces the greatest ri\alry. This \ery muddy game went to the Seniors with a 5-1 score. .*\s an added e\ent this year, the hockey varsity played an alumnae team composed of past members of \arsities. The alumnae took the game 3-2.

The

hockes' season

The

college varsity

is

is

composed of the

following:

LoiS

CfiiU-r Forzvard

Left Inner

Right Wing Left fVing Right Half Center Half Left Half. Right Full Left Full

Moselle Worsley Sarah .AshleI' Mildred Sartor Marion Weber

'.

Elizabeth Tipton Jane Allison

Goal

^,ÂŤ,

Sartor

Whiteman

Janet Pascoe Sara Jane Kimmel Frances La\al Peggy Wren-ne

Right Inner

N|

Weber

Cii|

Tipton

WORSLEY


HOCKEY

Benedict

The high

school varsity

Center Forward

Right Inner Left

Inner

Right

Wing

LcH Wing Right Half Center Half Left

Half

Right Full Left Full

Goal

Greene

Da\is

Gillespie

is

as follows:

Grace Benedict

Ann Carolyn

Gillespie

Jane Davis Martha Greene Jeanne Cookson Frankie Patrick Marcella Driskill Jean Burk Llewellyna Granbery LuciLE Johnson Keith Glasgow

Cookson

f

I'

BHH^LlAICUba^HMki

Burk

Johnson

Glasgow Page Seveniy-One


BHSKETBflLL

Pascoe

WoRSLIiY

This year the basketball season was exceptional from the standpoint that the two most important games of the season were one-sided. In the finals, the Tri K's won the trophy over the Osiron's without any difficulty. In the same way, in the Senior-Senior-Middle game, the SeniorMids came out with the big end of the score without being seriously threatened.

K

Practices began before Christmas, and many exceptional players were produced. The interclub tournament eliminated all but the two clubs in the finals, but from all the clubs the college varsity was chosen as follows:

Cmter Forward Right Forward Left Forward Center Guard Right Guard Left Guard

MoSELLE WoRSLEY Janet Pascoe

Emalou Florey

Mary Griswold Helen Jones Rachael Brauer

Bral'er

Page Spfentij-Two

1


BASKETBALL

Granbery

Benedict

COOKSON

Members

of the high school

basketball

varsity are as follows; Center Forward

Right Forward.

Forward Guard Right Guard Left Guard Left

Center

.

.

Jeanne Cookson Llewellyna Granbery Grace Benedict Sarah Everett Frankie Patrick Keith Glasgow

1

Glasgow

Patrick Page Seventy-Three


BOWLING

Bowling for all

this

much excitement,

year caused

the clubs had good teams and there

was a great deal in the finals

of rivalry.

were:

Pandora, and Eccowasin.

were the victors with a

Mary

The

four clubs

Angkor, Tri K, Anti-

The

Tri K's

final score

Pauline Butler, an A. K.,

of 502.

made

highest score of the year, with one of

the

game

KV.

Ihe Seniors took the bowling contest in the thrilling

game with

the Senior-Mids.

Bowling \arsity members are:

Ellen

Bowers, Marguerite Wallace,

Mary

Pauline Butler, and Jeanne Cookson.

Butler

Page

Sci'cnl!/-Foiir

Cookson


<&

SWIMMING Swimming

this year has created

than it has any time previous, and because of this very fact, more fine swimmers have been produced out of this year's classes than ever before. This year swimming was not

more

interest

and

classed as club competition,

consequently, letters only difficult

girls

won

club

by passing certain The swimming

tests.

season reached

swimming meet

its

in

climax

in

the

which Eliza-

beth Cornelius took indi\idual honors. In addition to the elementary

swimming and diving classes, the advanced swimming and diving were lifesaving which many girls reemblems. The more advanced swimmers worked for a Ward-Belmont letter by endeavoring to pass certain even more difficult tests than those classes,

there

classes in

ceived their

for the club letters. Nancy Uhl, Virginia Elizabeth Cornelius, Hardesty, Jane Cornelius, and

Peggy Armistead received W.-B.

letters.

their

Elizabeth Cornelius Swimming

Individual JVinncr of

Mr,-:

Uhl, Cornelius, Hardesty, Armistead Page Seventy-Five


TENNIS

The

tournament

finals of the tennis

were played No\'ember

emerged

Coffee

6,

the

and Winnie

\ictor

Betty Rye by a score of

o\er

6-4,

6-4.

Coffee's neat placement shots,

ease

with w hich she played, her fast serves

—

Coffee

all

contributed

easy winner.

to

make

her

an

Betty Rye, runner-up,

exhibited exceptionally good recovery and backhand shots.

Ruth Hewitt and Grace Benedict which proved

were

in the semifinals

good

test of their tennis ability.

a

Hewitt

Benedict

INDIVIDUAL WINNERS,

Eleanor Irwin ly inner Spring Riding Shoai

Page Sei'enli/Six

1935

Patty Chadwell Ail-Round

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CAMPUS No

LIFE

diary of Mistress Belle-Ward would be complete

without the recording of those

actixities,

make up

and informal, which go to pus life at Ward-Belmont. they be or

formal

the cam-

Whether

quiet chats in club village

the breath-taking excite-

ment

of

May

definitely

Day, they

have their

place in the lives

and memories of

its

stu-

dents.

Page Seventy-Seven


Fag Day, and

it looks like That's flnti-Panners how they bought the Hyfind now, as I said phen Here's to the before Pirates for a athlete .

.

.

.

.

.

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.

.

day prime

.

.

fl

.

.

hockey game in

corner, girlie! iors in all their glory .

.

.

Class Recognition Day.

Page Sevenly-Eighl

its

Watch that The Sen.

.

.


Page Seventy-Nine


Aren't they little dears? Calm, serene it sits .

Hope you

get

it

!

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

We

.

needed a snow scene Need more be said? Miss .

.

.

.

.

.

Pugh thinks so, too! "The Big Four" The beauty of Ward-Belmont Happy, and with books in .

.

.

.

.

her arms.

Page Eighty

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Going out the gate? sages

or

(?),

is it

.

.

.

slaves?

The .

.

.

Monkeys climb trees too The Twins: the Brownings .

.

.

out

On

.

.

.

.

the inside looking

The Honorable Ed-

.

itor Kiger

.

.

.

to infirmary

the test

.

.

.

.

.

From tearoom .

.

Just before

Lazy days.

Page Eighty-One


Page Eighty-Two


Two

gray

in

ladies

.

.

.

"Whence he canne from, no one knows" ... In case you're wondering, just Elliot and Pollard It's going to pop Friends? Well! Where's the horse? .

!

.

.

.

of

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle

rum

.

.

.

Maybe

half

apple a day will suffice Beware, I know!

.

an .

.

Page Eighty-Three


Page Eighhj-Fo


Why

the

books, just for Parlez vous f rancais? Mais oui Take it easy we alwrays say Coy! That's what I calls it find I just laughed

show?

.

.

!

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

and laughed

.

.

.

Don't

worry, for we'll never escape .

.

.

The majority must be They must be

dieting

chums

.

.

.

.

.

.

Smile sweetly

Page Eighltj-Five


The Misses flUen and Dickinson have a close-up Beauties and the beast Don't know: 'why, but there they are fl moment of concentration Wait a minute, Miss Major flnd you're not seeing double! !

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.

.

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.

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Going home

.

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.

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.

The

in-

firmary beckons to us ... It must be "Sweet Adeline."

Page Eighty-Six


Page Eighty-Seven


of many The faculty "nrielodranrier" advertises! ... In the shade of the old

One

.

.

.

sunanner house

.

.

.

Cayce

solves another girl's problem Just a moment of .

.

.

relaxation

name it liness

.

.

!

.

.

Yeh ... !

joke.

t^s /'age Ku]hlii'Eiqhl

Well, you vision of lovePerfect students .

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.

.

fl.

It

.

must be a cute


Page Eighty-Nine


SENIOR-SENIOR-MIDDLE DAY

Hnd they .

Three

.

.

heartier .

.

.

One

did of the

rooters of the

tombstones

The

.

.

.

and

victor

SeCourtney nior Parade ... So this is Senior.

.

.

Senior-Middle Day!

Page Ninety


SENIOR-SENIOR-MIDDLE DAY

Senior-Mid Parade, and what a one!

time

.

.

This were

.

they

wrong wedding

.

.

.

of

The

— oh,

the

well, it's just

Senior-Mids

.

.

.

Senior-Mid's They epitaph challenged the You'd Seniors think that it was

fl

.

.

ProCfor

in

hsrixy

MoWOertne vnoims She

.

.

.

A&Pel

.

Christmas

Page Ninety-One


SENIOR-SENIOR-MIDDLE BANQUET

Come, wander down ihe paths oj memory In this, the garden of remembered days. The fresh blown blossoms of happy hours await For you to gather e'er they fade azvay. with this invitation, the Seniors, with their Senior-Mid escorts, on March 12, entered the dining room transformed into a lovely garden, with a sparkling fountain's murmur blending with the music of Murray Harmon's orchestra, and "a host ol golden daffodils making the atmosphere one of spring and memory time.

And

'

Directed by the witticisms of Laura Mae Carpenter, toastmistress. the program was very bril.^nd the memory ol the liantly performed around the theme of the flower garden of memories, Senior-Senior-Middle banquet of '3ei will be one of the most cherished memories of all.

I' age

Xuiely-Two


GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Another Ward-Belmont tradition

that

every

girl

and looks forward to the Washington birth-

loves is

day dinner and

ball.

The

and gallantry of the old South invades Recreaspirit

Hail as the girls in

tion

their festive

down

costumes come

the beautiful hang-

ing staircases into the dining room. After the formal

dinner,

the

the Seniors go to

gym where

they,

in

colorful colonial costumes,

dance the graceful minuet. It is in this

way

Ward-Belmont their love

that the

girls

show

and loyalty to

George Washington. Louise Fosgate as Martha Elizabeth Rogers as George

Seniors Dancing the Minuet Page Ninety-Three


MAY DAY May Day The

the day

One

is

another one of the festive occasions observed hy Ward-Belmont.

nice Saturday of

first

is

called College

the other

is

for the

club has

its

Maid

known The

School groups.

dances

May

is

chosen

for the celebration.

chosen from the Senior Class and is

is

The Queen

attended by two other

from either the Senior or the Senior-Middle Class;

as the Prep rest of the

Maid and

is

elected from one of the

student body participates

in

dance

is

girls.

Coll,-gr

Maid

Every

performed to conclude the

day.

BERNICE SCHILL

Page Nincly-Fniir

a

High

one or two of the

entertainment of the Queen and her court of Senior

own Maypole around which

festivities of the

of

girls.

SHIRLEY LEflKE Pn-p Maul


FRANCES PRINCE May

Queen

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MOCK H-aw kw ard B-hashfuI C-collegiate

D-douhtful

fl.

B. C. Grace Benedict

Edwine Schmid

Margaretmonroe >'ager

Hyphen Hlmor

E-empty-headed F-fickie

G-grouchy

Rlth Jones Bells of Ward-Belmont

"Whoopa" Cornelius

H-horsey

"Fee" Coe

Whittaker

I-irritating

J-jumpy

Miss Sisson

Who Knows

K-kissable

L-languishing

M-masculine

Elizabeth Rudolph

N-nuisance O-obno.xious

P-precious

'

Rachael Brauer

Signing

Out

Cinnamon Rolls Restricted Campus

0-quiet

Jane Jackson

Exam Week

R-rational

All of Us

S-safeguarded

Mailboxes

T-tantalizing

U-unbalanced

Pauline Myers

V-vacant

Miss Morrison

W-winsome

Jane Allison

X-x-otic

Z-zipping

Page One Hundred

Eliza BiLLiE

Monk

Frank Smith


0/ya/z/far'/oy?j^




THE SOCIAL CLUBS When by

the all

new

girls arri\-e at

Ward-Belmont, they are rushed

of the fourteen social

weeks each

The

girl

clubs:

and within three

has been taken into one of them.

club as an organization provides a place

for

every

girl

to have

some

within the smaller unit. of everlasting

many

the cradle

friendship,

and

hours of carefree hap-

piness are spent

the houses.

Page Out Hundred Two

responsibility

It's

within


J


Bettie Jayne Reed

Miss Gertrude Casebier

President

Sponsor

flGORfl

CLUB

Officers President rice President

Bettie Jayne Reed

RuTH Jones

Secretary

RuiE OsMUNDSON

Treasurer

Annie Lou Wall

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hiirulred Fnur

Helen Horton


Margaret Barton, Jane Berger, Rose Caroline Block, Barbara Brown Minnie Woods Carroll, Winnie Coffee, Dorris Cole, Mary Leslie Cook Lillian Crowder, Emalou Florey, Lois Jean Floyd, Margaret Hall Clara Lee Helbing, Elizabeth Ann Hoffman, Helen Horton, Ruth Jones

Page One Hundred Five


RoYENA Evelyn

Kipp.

Mary McGehee, Ruie Osmundson, Jean Pearson

Phillips,

Frances Riedy, Phyllis Schackne, Annelle Smith

Lucille Smith, Muriel Somatt,

Mary

Sudhoff, Celeste Jane Throckmorton

Antoinette Tull, Ruth Margaret Voigt, Annie Lou Wall

Page One Hundred Six



Mary Ann Foley

Miss Linda Rhea

President

Sponsor

fl

.

K.

CLUB

Officers President

Vice President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hundred Eight

Mary Ann Foley Mary Pauline Butler Joan Butterfield

Leora Hill

Martha Merryday


Phyllis Brine, Mary Pauline Butler, Joan Butterfield, Norvell Cox Betty Lou Dailey, Connie de Funiak, Irene Dietzen, Phyllis Espovitch Leora Hill, Mary Hines Jackson, Patricia Jameson, Betsy Jones

Polly Knehr, Jane Ludwig, Martha Merryday, Martha Morrison

Page One Hundred Nine


Mary Jane

Olson, Ida Phillips, \'ircinl\ Roberson, Bernice Schill

Allie Sedwitz, Barbara Smith, Jane Suiter, Elizabeth Tipton

June \'ernon, Charlotte Wanek, Jean Webster, Mary \ircinia Wren

No

Page One Hundred Ten

Picture:

Elizabeth Sl.\de



Pauline Myers

MissMargarei Looet

President

Sponsor

flNTI-PflNDORfl

CLUB

Officers President J'icc

PaL'LINE

GenE McxJRE

Secretary

J ANA

Treasurer

Loncnecker

Marjorie Crume

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hundred

Myers

Mamie Jones

President

Ttvelve


Mary Dorothy Blalock, Mary Hamilton Bracken, Anne Browning Martha Browning, Mary Byrne, Ruth Carr, Margaret Carrigan Martha Carson, Marjorie Crume, Jane Edgerly, Jane Flannigan Charlotte Fogg, Betty Jane Galt, Miriam Harwell, Pattie Howell

Virginia Battle,

Page One Hundred Thirteen


Audrey Jones, Mamie Jones, Virginia Koelker, Barbara Leake Jana Loncnecker, Mary Syd Medearis, Felecia Mongone, Gene Moore Yvonne Norman, Edrie Olliver, Margaret Ozee, Margarete Ellen Peebles Martha Ann Rogers, Harriet Sve, Virginia Varga

Page Unc Hundred Fourteen



Sarah Ashley

Miss Katherine Litsell

President

Sponsor

DEL VERS CLUB

0££iceis President Fice President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hundred Sixteen

Sarah Ashley Teddie Krauss Elizabeth Dott

BeTTY BurNS

Glee Callaway


DoROTHV Addison, Jean Bailey, Jean Batekian, Rachael Brauer Betsy Burgess, Betty Burns, Charlene Butler, Glee Callaway Beverly Chescheir, Janet Collings, Doris Cook, Elizabeth Doty Jane Elliott, Marjorie Gunn, Barbara Jobson, Joan Jobson

Page One Hundred Sevenieen


Teddie Krauss, Charlotte Lewis, Jean McEwan, Evelyn Norton Pollard, Nelle Jane Ranck, Barbara Reniger, Blossom Roark

Mary

Jeanne Roland, Sarah Smallwood, Whitfield Stallings, Itasca Stewart Marjorie Treadwell, June Weeks, Jeanne Yantes

Page One Hundred Eighteen



Elizabeth Evans

Miss Bertha Ruef

President

Sponsor

F.F.

CLUB

Officers President I'ice

President

Elizabeth Evans

June Erickson

Secretary

Maxine GrahAM

Treasurer

Katharine Hays

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hundred Twent)/

DoNNA Heasley


Marjorie Aston, Mary Rose Boston, Allie Lou Broderick, Mary Frances Brown Virginia Collins, Julia Colvert, Dorothy Elliott, June Erickson Maxine Graham, Eulalie Halliburton, Katherine Hays, Donna Heasley Dorothy Helm, Rowena Lee, Jane Lincoln, Marjorie Lotz Members not in picture: Beverly Barton, Mary Ruth Hamilton, Arlyce Knight

Page One Hundred Twenty-One


Betty Martin, Doris Mead, Elaine Ostergard, Frankie Patrick Jean Rogers, Harriett Rosenblum, Eloise Southard, Frances Stanley Sue Sticknev, Annette Stout, Lucile Wingate, Margaretmonroe Yager

Page One Hundred Twenly-Txro



Louise Fosgatf.

Miss Mary Douthit

Presidi-nl

Sponsor

OSIRON CLUB

Officers President

Louise Foscate

Vice President

Mary Griswold

Secretary

Treasurer Sergeant-at-.lrms

Page One Hundred TwetUij-Four

DoROTHY Martin

Helen Tibbets Elloie Jeter


Jane Bachausen, Mary Bline, Virginia Bonnot, Margaret Keyes Clark Elizabeth Coe, Marion Doerrer, Polly Du Vernet, Jeanne Fagerberg

Mary

Griswold, Ruth Hewitt, Fannie Hindman, Betty Jane Hopewell Charlotte Howard, Geneva Jacobs, Elloie Jeter, Helen Jones

Page One Hundred Twenty-Five


Jane Jones, Martha Ellen Kiger, Frances Laval, Jean Lay McNamee, Dorothy Martin, Sally Paine, Mattie Palmer Corinne Peirce, Kathryn Phillips, Anna Jo Saine, Carroll Sheep

Effie Bess

Virginia Sherman,

Helen

Page One Hundred Tiuenly-Six

Tibbets,

Nancy Uhl, Kathleen Watters,

Virginia White



Jeanne Brigham

Miss Blanche Henry Clark

President

Sponsor

PENTfl TflU CLUB

Officers President

Jeanne Brigham

rice President

LouiSE

Secretary

Treasurer Sergeant-at-.-lrms

Page One Iliindral Twciily-Eight

Mathews

Margaret Mitcham Vicky Pierce

Jane Jackson


Jane Anglin. Marjorie Ashcroft. Ella Marie Cain. Jane Calhoun Sarah Alice Clayton, Murl Copeland, Jayne Coyle, Betty Dunlay Dorothy Gardner, Emily Hamilton, Nancy Ho\ts. Jane Jackson

Evelyn McCall, Nancy McGinnis, Louise Mathews, Reba June Mersfelder

Page One Hundred Twenty-Nine


Anna May Moul, Margaret Mitcham, Anna Mary Pierce, Vicky Pierce Ruth Pinkham, Beulah Pittman, Elizabeth Rauschenberg, Mary Norman West Edwine Schmid, Frances Shelby, Courtney White, Eleanor Whitson, Grace Willis

Page One Hundred Thirty



Frances Prince

Miss Betty O'Donnell

President

Sponsor

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB

Officers President

Frances Prince

rice President

Margaret Pitcher

Secretary

Virginia Hardesty

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Jrms

Page One Hundred Tlnrltj-Two

Helen Hall

Martha Roth


Jeanne Brady, Mary Elizabeth Brown, Lawrece Butler, Katherine Butts Mildred Cox, Sarah Everett, Elizabeth Fawcett, Evelyn Frazier

Mary Frazier, Julia Gery, Gene Gill, Mary Jac Griffith Helen Hall, Elizabeth Hardesty, Virginia Hardesty, Louise Kaspar

Page One Hundred Thirty-Three


Dorothy Lehrer, Helen McKeoch, Jane Meyer Margaret Pidcock Margari:t Pitcher. Margaret Anne Rhodes, Martha Roth, Juanita Stewart Virginia Nisbitt, Acnes Ormond. Katharine Pearce,

Page One Hundrtd rhirhi-Fmir



Patsy Schorndorfkr

Miss Catherine MoRRrsoN

Presidnit

Sponsor

TRI K CLUB

Officers Presidfiil I'ict-

Prrsidenl

Sfirflary

Treasurer

Sergeant-al-Arms

Pngi' Oiii Ilundntt Tliirtji-Six

Patsv Schorndorfer

MoSELLE WoRSLEY VIRGINIA BaRRET

ELIZABETH SlEGMUND

Betty Carlisle


Jane Allison, Peggy Armistead, Virginia Barret, Louise Baxter Carlisle, Laura Mae Carpenter, Jeanne Cookson. Margaret Cooper Jane Curfman, Sara Elliott, Mary Ann Fristoe, Dorothy Jaeger Pauline Kaiser, Sara Jane Kimmell, Beverly Lack, Ledlie Logan

BETT'i'

Page One Hundred Thirly-Seven


loNE McKnight, Jane Merrick. Barbara Moore Genevieve Mullins, Janet Pascoe, Elizabeth Rogers, Elizabeth Siegmlnd Margaret Thrower, Anne Turney, Marion Weber, Lois Whiteman

Bobbie Williams,

Page One Hundred Thirhj-Eight

Mary Donnan

Wilson, Moselle Worsley



Elizabeth Rudolph

Miss Marion Meriwether

President

Sponsor

X

.L.

CLUB

Officers

ELIZABETH Rl'DOLPH

President

Vice President

Mary Beth Caton

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Pagf Uiu

MiLDRED Sartor

Shawnee Elliott

Secretary

lliindrcit Farti/

Portia Phillips


Ht;Li-;N

AvcocK, Margaret Baker, Letitia Breese, Virginia Brown

Mary Beth Caton, Constance Chase, Catherine Cheatham Shawnee Elliott, Roselle Emery, Marguerite Graves, Justine James Marion Kemp, Mary Frances Launius, Violet Maddox, Genevieve Marsh Phyllis Carr,

Page One Hundred Forlij-One


Elizabeth Mastin, Minnie

Maud May

Monk, Portia Phillips, Virginia Piper Anne Rudolph, Elsie Sante, Mildred Sartor, Billie Frank Smith Patty Smith, Peggy Smith, Carolyn Williams Eliza Monk, Florence

Page One Hundred Forty-Two



Evelyn Braden

Miss Helen Grizzard

President

Sponsor

ANGKOR CLUB

Officers /'resident

E\ ELVN Br_\DEN

rice President

Martha Greene

Secretary

Lillian

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

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Walters

J EAN

BuRK

Elizabeth Cornelius


Grace Benedict, Ellen Bowers, Barbara Lee Brown, Martha Bryan, Jean Burk Susan Cheek, Elizabeth Cornelius, Jane Grey Cornelius, Martha Craig, Dorothy Colmery Mae E. Cude, Jane Meriwether Davis. Louise Douglas, Mary Alene Edwards, Jean Fleming

Ann Ganier, Jeanne

Gibson, Matilda Gibson, Laura Graham,

Margaret Greene

Page One Hiindred Forty-Five


Martha Greene, Corinne Howell, Elizabeth Howell, Anne Huddleston Ruth King, Virginia McClellan, Peggy McNeill, Mickie Perry Dorothy Proctor, Elizabeth Ragland. Adelaide Roberts, Charlotte Robinson Ann Stahlman Alice Thompson, Jane Vance, Peggy Vaughn, Lillian Walters, PiiCCY Wright

Page One Hundred Forty-Six



Rebecca Rice

Miss Nelle Major

President

Sponsor

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Officers President I'ice

President

Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Page One Hundred Fnrtt/-Eight

RebeCCA RicE

DoROTHY EvANS Elizabeth

Noe

Diana Richmond Carmencita Torrey


Virginia Archer, Esther Helen Azarch, Mary Maxine Bozeman, Martha Earthman Dorothy Evans, Mary Elizabeth Henley, Mary Evelyn Jensen, Huldah Ann Knopp Roberta Luker, Margaret Millspaugh, Elizabeth Murphree, Elizabeth Noe

Page One Hundred Forty-Nine


Margaret Noland, Betty Roberson, Louise Timberman Edith Robertson, Elise Sheffield, Carmencita Torrey, Sarah Wells

Harriet Williams, Ruth Willis. Louise Windrow

Pagr One Hundred

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Shackleford

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Officers President I'ice

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Secretary

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Page Due Hundred Fiflij-Two

JULIETTE CraiG

ShiRLEY Leake

Jean Ewing

MARGARET GLASGOW Jane MeaCHAN)


Jean Ann Allen, Jane Bagley, Frances Bratton, Shelly Cabell Frances Carter, Peggy Dickinson, Jean Ewing, Cornelia Fort Margaret Giles, Ann Caroline Gillespie, Mary Wilson Gillespie, Margaret Glasgow

Page One Hundred Fifty-Three


Sarah Goodpasture, Llewellyna Granbery, Virginia Love Graves, Elaine Haile

Ruth Hopkinson, Shirley Leake, Jane Meadors, Mary Morel Henrietta Ruth. Betty Rye, Jean Wetterau. Frances Wilkerson

Page One Hundred Fifly-Four



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Officers

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rice Pn-iidfiii Secretary

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Sergeanl-at-Arms

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Mary

Alice Herbert LuciLE Johnson

Mary Benson PeGGY Wrenne


Martha Armistead, Mary Benson, Mabel Justice Blackman, Elizabeth Bledsoe Lucie Jean Brown, Betty Capps, Dartha Carver, Martha Anne Cooney Jane Davis, Ann Mildred Figgins, Florence Gabriel, Mary Alice Herbert

Page One Hundred Fifty-Seven


El\-a Hollins, LuciLE Johnson,

Dorothy King, Ellen Martin

Cecilia Nuchols, Mildred Parker, Emily Payne, Dorothy Strickland

Elizabeth Pinner, Lillian Shacklett, La Zelle Swensson,

Mary Tarpley

Sue Baylor Trulock, Margaret White, Peggy Wrenne

Page One Hundred Fifly-Eighl


INDEX OF INDIVIDUAL PICTURES PAGE Addison, Dorothy Allen, Jean Ann Allison, Jane Anglin, Jane Archer, Virginia Armistead, Martha Armistead, Peggy AsHCROFT, Marjorie Ashley. Sarah Aston, Marjorie

117 39, 153 70. 137

129 149 39, 157

137 129 23, 70. lib

Aycock, Helen Azarch. Esther Helen

Bachausen. Jane Bagley. Jane Bailey, Jean Baker. Margaret Barret, Virginia Barton, Margaret Bateman, Jean Battle, Virginia Baxter, Louise Benedict, Grace. Benson, Mary Berger, Jane

38,

121 141 39,

1

49

125 153 23, 36, 52. 117 141 39, 62, 23, 39, 57, 53, 58, 62,

137 105 117 113

137 62,68, 71,73,76.96, 145 39, 157 23. 61, 105

Blackman. Mabel

157

Blalock, Dorothy Bledsoe. Elizabeth

113

Bline,

157

Mary

125 Block, Rose Carolyn 105 BoNNOT. Virginia 125 Boston. Mary Rose 61, 64, 121 Bowers, Ellen.. 23, 54. 61. 69. 74, 96, 145

Bozeman. Mary Maxine Bracken. Mary Hamilton Braden. Evelyn Brady. Jeanne Bratton. Frances Brauer. Rachael Breese, Letitia Brigham, Jeanne Brine, Phyllis Broderick, .Allie Lou

Brown, Barbara Brown. Barbara Lee Brown. Lucy Jean Brown, Mary' Elizabeth Brown, Mary Frances Brown, Virginia Browning. Anne Browning. Martha Bryan, Martha Burgess. Betsy BuRK. Jean Burns. Betty

149 58. 113 22. 61. 144

133 23, 153 .72, 117 61, 141 23, 53, 61, 128

109 121 23, 64, 105

53,

61. 53, 62, 71, 96, 24, 34, 52,

145 1 57 133 121 141 113 113 145 117 145 17 1

Charlene

117

Butler, Lawrece Butler, Pauline Butterfield, Joan Butts, Katherine Byrne, Mary

49, 62, 133 74, 109 39, 109

Blitler,

133 19, 113

Cabell, Shelley Cain, Ella

Marie

Calhoun, Jane Callaway, Glee

153 64.

1

1

29 29

39. 98. 117

page Capps. Betty Carlisle, Betty

19, 40, 62, 64,

Carpenter, Laura Mae Carr, Phyllis Carr, Ruth Carrigan, Margaret Carroll, Minnie Woods Carson, Martha Carter, Frances Carver, Dorotha Caton. Mary Beth Chadwell, Patty Chase, Constance Cheatham, Catherine Cheek, Sus.\n Cheschier, BeverlyClark, Margaret Keyes Clayton, Sarah Alice CoE, Elizabeth Coffee, Winnie. 24, 53, 61, Cole, Carroll Cole, Dorris Collings. Janet Collins. Virginia

CoLMERY. Dorothy CoLVERT, Julia Cook, Doris Cook, Mary Cookson. Jeanne. 18. 40. CooNEY, Martha Anne Cooper, Margaret copeland, murl Cornelius, Elizabeth

24, 36, 61, 64, 141 22, 36, 1 1

53, 113

105 24, 61, 113 50, 153

157 24. 61. 141

76 24, 69, 9b, 141 141 49, 145

117 53, 62, 125

36, 129 61, 125 62, 68, 7b. 96, 105

62 105 b4. 117 121 20. 24. 145 64. 121

117 .

157 137 1

145 40. 133

Mildred

1

1

Martha

25, 145

62 105

Crume. Marjorie

25, 3b. 58. 113 25, 145

Mae E

CuRFMAN, Jane

25, 137

Dailey, Betty Lou Davis, Jane Davis, Jane Meriwether De Funiak, Connie Dickinson, Peggy Dietzen, Irene

1

145 40, 109 20, 40, 153 19,

40, 71

129

DuVernet, Polly

125

Earthman, Martha Edgerly', Jane Edwards. Nelle Edwards. Mary' Alene

Jane Sara Winifred

109 125

117 25. 53, 61. 145

Driskill. Marcella DuNLAY-, Betty

Dorothy-

09

40, 71, 157

DoERRER. Marion Doty. Elizabeth Douglas. Louise

Elliott. Elliott, Elliott, Elliott,

09 29

25. 152

Crossan. Catherine Crowder. Lillian

Cude,

29

22, 61, 69, 75, 145

Cox. Norvell Coyle. J ayne Craig, Juliette Craig.

157 137 137

24. 61 105 69, 71, 73. 74, 98, 137

Cornelius, Jane Co.x,

18, 53, 57,

149 53, 62. 113

62 50. 145 r

121

117 137 141

Page One Hundred Fifty-Nine


PAGE

PACE

Emery, Rozelle Erickson. Jean

25, 36, 58, 64, 141 121

109 149 25, 36, 64, 120

EspoviTCH, Phyllis Evans, Dorothy Evans, Elizabeth Everett, Sara

EwiNG, Jean

40, 73, 133 41, 153

Fagerberg, Jeanne Fawcett, Elizabeth

125 26, bl, 133

FiGGiNS,

Ann Mildred

Flannigan, Jane Fleming, Jean Florey, EMALOU..26, Floyd, Lois Jean Fogg, Charlotte Foley, K4ary Ann

157 26, 57, 64,

2b.

Fort, Cornelia Fosgate, Louise Frazer, Evelyn Frazer, Mary Fristoe, Mary Ann

41, 62, 26, 93,

19,

Gabriel, Florence Galt, Betty Jane Ganier, Ann

113 50, 145

129 60, 133

145 41. 145 48. 153 64, 133 62, 71, 153 26. 153 71. 73 1 53 20, 41 41 1 54 41, 145 26, 36, 121

Giles, Margaret Gill, Gene Gillespie, Ann Carolyn Gillespie, Mary Wilson

Glasgow, Keith Glasgow, Margaret Goodpasture. Sarah Graham. Laura Graham, Maxine Granbery, Llewelyna. Graves, Marguerite Graves. Virginia Love Greene. Margaret Greene, Martha Griffith, Mary Jac Griswold. Mary Gunn, Marjorie

1

145 105 105 113 108 153 124 133 133 137

157

Gardner, Dorothy Gery. Julia Gibson, Jeanne Gibson, Matilda

,

.

.

.49, 62, 71, 73. 154 64, 141

154 26, 52, 9b, 145

41,71,

1

46

41, 133 53. 61, 72, 125

117 62, 154

27,61, 133

Halliburton, Eulalie Hamilton, Emily Hardesty, Elizabeth Hardesty, Virginia FIarwell. Miriam Hays, Katherine

Heasley, Donna Helbing, Clara Lee Helm, Dorothy Henley, Mary Elizabeth Herbert, Mary Alice Hewitt, Ruth

Leora Hindman, Fannie Hoffman, Elizabeth Ann HoLLiNS, Elva Hopewell, Betty Jane HopKiNSON. Ruth Hill,

SLrli/

105 121 48, 98, 27, 27, 61, 98, 3b,

129

133 133 113 27, 121 64, 121 64, 105 121

20, 27, 76, 27, 58, 69, 27,

149 157 125 109 125 105 58 1

53, 125 20, 27, 154

105 129 125 146 146 28, 53, 54, 113 48, 146

Nancy Howard. Charlotte Howell. Corinne Howell. Elizabeth Howell. Patty Ho\ts,

Huddleston, Anne

Eleanor

Irwin,

76

Jackson, Jane Jackson, Mary Hines Jacobs, Geneva 18. Jaeger, Dorothy. James, Justine Jamison. Patricia Jensen, Mary Evelyn Jeter, Elloie Jobson. Barbara Jobson, Joan Johnson. Lucile Jones. Audrey Jones. Betsy Jones, Helen Jones, Jane Jones, Mamie Jones, Ruth .

.

129 109 125 28, 36, 60, 64, 69, 137

Kaiser, Pauline Kaspar, Louise

Kemp, Marion KiGER,

Martha Ellen

Kimmel. Sara Jane

141

109 149 62, 125 117

54, 64,

98. 1 17 42. 71, 158 19, 28, 36,

114 109

18, 28, 72, 98,

125

126 28, 58. 114 28, 105

42, 137 60, 133 28, 36, 61, 64. 141 28, 54, 61, 97, 126 70, 137

King. Dorothy King. Ruth Marie

.

Haile, Elaine Hall, Helen Hall, Margaret

Page One Hundred

1

3b, 61, 64, 68, 72,

Horton, Helen

Kipp.

Royena

158 146 29. 36, 61, 106

Knkhr. Polly Knopp. Huldah Koelker. Virginia Krauss, Teddie Lack, Beverly Latta, Marion Launius, Mary Frances Laval, Frances Lay, Jean Leake, Barbara Leake, Shirley Lee,

109 149 42, 1 14 29, 36, 58, 118 18, 53, 64,

126 38, 54, b2. 97, 114 38, 94, 1 54

Rowena

121

Lehrer, Dorothy Lewis, Charlotte Lincoln, Janie

Logan, Ledlie Longnecker, Jana

Marjorie Ludwig. Jane Luker. Roberta Lotz,

McCall. Evelyn McClellan, Virginia McEwAN. Jean McGehee. Mary McGiNNis, Nancy

McKeogh, Helen McKnicht. Ione McNamee, Effie Bess McNeill, Peggy Maddox, Violet

137

42. 156 29, 141 29, 70, 126

134 64, 118 121

29. 61, 60, 19. 29. 36. 61.

137 114 121

109 149

29. 57. 129

146 29. 53, 118 1

06

129 134 138 42, 126 146 30, 141


PAGE

PAGE

Marsh, Genevieve Martin, Betty ..." Martin. Dorothy Martin. Ellen

62, 14! 12? 48. 42. 30, 64, 48, 62, 96, 57, 42, 42,

Mastin. Elizabeth Mathews, Louise

May, Minnie Maud Mead, Doris Meadors, Jane Medearis, Mary Syd Merrick, Jane Merryday, Martha Mersfelder, Reba June Meyer, Jane 30,

3t>,

30, 58, 61, 36, 53, 61, 68,

MiLLSPAUGH, Margaret Mitcham, Margaret

MoNGONE. Felicia

53, 30, 97,

-Monk, Eliza Monk, Florence

Moore, Barbara Moore, Velma Gene Morel, Mary

19,

43,

Morrison. Martha Louise

MouL. Anna May MuLLiNS, Genevieve MuRPHREE, Elizabeth Myers, Pauline

53, 54, 64,

30,

Neil, Josephine Nisbett, Virginia

61

134

NoE, Elizabeth NoLAND, Margaret Norman, Yx'onne Norton, Evelyn Nuchols, Cecilia Jane

30, 149 62, 150

114 30, 118

158

Olliner, Edrie Olson, Mary Jane

Ormond, Agnes OSMUNDSON, RuiE Ostergard, Elaine OzEE,

43, 64, 43, 54,

Margaret

Paine, Sally

Palmer, Mattie Parker, Mildred

31, 61, 31, 68, 70, 72, 43, 62, 71. 73, 43, 43,

Pascoe, Janet Patrick, Frankie Payne, Emily Pearce, Katherine Pearson, Jean Peebles, Margarete Ellen Peirce, Corinne Perry, Mickie

36, 61,

114 110 134 106 122 114

126 126 158 138 122 158 134 106 1

14

126 43, 62, 146

Phillips, Evelyn Phillips, Ida Phillips, Kathryn Phillips, Portia

61, 64,

Pidcock, Margaret Pierce, Anna Mary Pierce, Vickie

96,

Pinkham, Ruth Pinner. Elizabeth

58,

106 110 126 142 134 130 130 130 58 142 134 130 1

Piper, Virginia Pitcher, Margaret

PiTTMAN, BeULAH Pollard, Mary Prince, Frances Proctor, Dorothy

126 158 142 129 142 122 154 114 138 109 129 134 149 130 114 142 142 138 114 154 109 130 138 149 112

57, 58,

43,

3

1

,

bl, 1 18 95, 97, 132 49, 62, 146

Ragland, Elizabeth ,ANCK,

146

Nelle Jane

22, 64, 118

.auschenberg, Elizabeth eed, Bettie Jayne 'ENiCER. Barbara ,hodes. Margaret Rice, Rebecca

130 31, 36, 64. 104

44, 118

Anne

134 31, 148 44. 62, 106

RiEDY, Frances

Roark, Blossom RoBEHaON. Betty Sue Roberson, Virginia Roberts, Adelaide Robertson. Edith Robinson. Charlotte Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, J ean Rogers, Martha Ann Roland, Jeanne Rosenblum, Harriett Roth, Martha Rudolph, Anne Rudolph. Elizabeth Ruth. Henrietta Rye. Betty

118 3

1

,

62, 150

110 50. 1 46 44, 150

146 31, 93, 98. 138

122

,

Saine,

3

1 ,

64, 114

118 22 1

50, 134

61, 64, 142 32. 97. 140 38, 76,

Anna Jo

1

Sante, Elsie Eleanor Sartor, Mildred ScHACKNE, Phyllis

44, 106 94, 96, 110 22, 61, 99, 130 136 32, 61 44. 1 10

ScHMiD, Edwine

SCHORNDORFER, PaTSY Sedwitz, Allie Shacklett, Lillian Sheep, Carroll

,

32, 36, 61, 64,

Sheffield, Elise Shelby, Frances Sherman. Virginia

SiEGMUND. Elizabeth

32, 52, 61,

Smallwood, Sarah Smith, Annelle Smith, Barbara Billie

44,

Frank

18. 32, 97,

Lucille Patricia

64,

Peggy SoMATT, Muriel

19.

44,

Southard, Eloise Stahlman, Ann Stallings, Whitfield Stanley. Frances Stewart, Itasca Stewart, Juanita Stickney, Sue

1

44, 45. 32, 33, 61,

Swensson, LaZelle Tarpley, Mary Thompson, Alice Throckmorton, Celeste Jane

Helen

46

118 122 118 134 122 122 158 106 110 114 158 1 58 146 106 '38

Thrower, Margaret Timberman, Louise Tipton, Elizabeth

158 12b 1 50 130 126 138 118 106 110 142 106 142 142 106 22 1

19,

Stout, Annette Strickland, Dorothy Sudhoff, Mary Suiter, Jane SvE, Harriett

Tibbetts,

26

32, 36, 69, 142 32, 58. 69, 70, 142

Schill, Bernice

Smith. Smith, Smith, Smith,

154 154

33,36

53

33, 60,

6-,,

,1,126 .

,

1

50

.

10

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AGE TORREY, Carmencita Treaowell, Marjorie Trulock, Sue Baylor TuLL, Antoinette Turney, Anne

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PAGE West, Mary Norman Wetterau, Jean Whii e Courtney Vh'te,

19, 5 3, b2.

Uhl, Nancy

.

\'ance. Jane \'arga. X'irginia

.

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13s

1

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20, c l-'i 58. 1 1

Vaughn, Peggy Vernon. June VoiGT,

150

61, 118 .... 158

146 110

Ruth-Margaret

60,

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126 138 110

98, 1 18 45, 150

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Whi \ircinia Whiteman, Lois Whitson, Laur,a Whitson. Eleanor 34, Wilkerson, Frances WiLLiA--:s, Carolyn Williams, MarxiEtt Adelaide Williams, Harriett.

W

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Wilson,

Wall, Annie Lou Wallace, Marguerite Walters, Lillian Wanek, Charlotte Waters, Kathleen Weber, Marion Webster, Jean Weeks. June Wells, Sarah Elizabeth

33, 36, 130

'

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Mary Donnan LuciLE

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Mo.<E^LE.34,

154 130 158 126 138 61

53, 61, 62, 130 20, 34, 154

142 45, 138

150 130 150 34, 58, 97. 138 150

Windrow, Louise '

64, 45. 61, 62, 97, 70,

122 54, bl, 70, 72, 97, 138

Wren, Mary Virginia Wrenne, Peggy Wright, Margaret Yager, Margaret,monroe Yantes, Jeanne

110 70, 158 146 122 118


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