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TONES 1037 VOLUME TWENTY-THREE '\1

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Piiblishod by the StiKh'nls of

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WARD-BELMONT SCHOOL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Editor,

Anna May Monl

Business Manager, Keba June Mersfelder


We

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through the days imprinted on our memo-

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est

life

E

W O R

D

watch the

figure of our ideal girl as she strolls

spirit

R

to

of

is

the one

who embodies

W ard-Belmont

in

aiming high-

Her school

toward a perfect goal.

unwinds before us

.

.

the

.

suppose we

follow and see what she reveals

.

.

.


CONTENTS Book

I

HER FACULTY

Book

II

HER ORGANIZATIONS

Book

III

HER SPORTS

Book

I\

HER CLUB

Book V

HER CAMPUS

LIFE

Book VI

SCHOOL GRADUATION

HER HIGH

Book VII

HER COLLEGE

GRADUATION


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FACULTY

HER

I.J

°yiiiii

Miss Emma Um,f;ss Miss Sissoiv school hours, office,

I.

is

slie will

Mk. AM)U1;\V

Sissox

souglil oul ilurinj;

not he round

Slic

tweeds at picnics, and

in

seen

\cl\ci

On sunn\ Salurda\

o|ien iiouses.

lie is

that

al

noons

slie

Pcr(\

\\

can

usiiall\

his

In

desk

in

be seen not oni\ behind

Big Ac, but lurking

chapel, wateh in band, or

the doorway

to the

sjteetator

the basketball

at

in the l)ack

beaming

he lound Halkini;

her neu hiack I'ackard.

hough he

making.

game.

Al-

jtrofesses a dislike of s|ieeeh-

galhering

bis additions to i\er\

from Thanksgiving dinn<T

Middle

in

gym, the only calm

aller-

arncr Park, or hcadinf; louard

ihc "oH links

He can

goes on.

I

in

ever\

in

so vitally interesleil in ever\ thing

of

in

is felt

largely l)eeause

life

her

in

is

liKNKDKT

J}enedi(;t"s presence

phase of eanijtus

because every extracurricular ac-

tivity attracts her attention.

Mh.

H.

banipiel

are

lo

I

he S<Milor-

picasanlK

anliii-

paled.

t'nar

Mnr


MILESTO NES

Dr. Joseph E. Burk 111

Mr. IJurks awe-inspiring aia-

s|ipl(' (if

(li'inir |p(isili()n lie is

campus

Miss Annie

as a

alllioupli he

heller

connoissenr

known on ol

uil.

the I!ul

To

Ihe

C.

Ward-heimont

Allison girl.

Miss

personihes the perfect lad\.

Tor

\liis(,n

she

is

always gracious and charming and can

can be hilarions on the chapel set the

most homesick high school

sliident

platlonn. and jovial at g\ni fiances, during business hours, behind his office desk,

at

ease.

She knows almost

on the campus and her cheer\

he can inspire the mellowed moods of

every

remorse and resojulion

greetings alwaxs include a uclrcime per-

minded

/•«.«, r..„

completeh

ol'

studenls.

in

llic

niosl lighl-

girl

sonal touch.


HER FACULTY Anna

I'l

cii

Eniilish li.\.. I iiiN.TsilN of Arkansas; \1.\.. „i^,.>il^ of C.liha^'o; Craduale Sliuli-ril. (:,,l,iMil)ia I ni. Ncrsily: Furllier Gradiialc Sui(l\ .Ccor;;!- IValioilv I

(lol lew for

Teachers.

ElLENE FiANSOM English A.. M.A.. Vanderbih L'iiiversii\ Cradualc Sliideiil. ( iohiriibia Universil\ . \ ariderliili L iiiI!.

:

\ersii\.

and

^ ale University.

Linda Rhea English H.,S..

lrii\ersil\; .S|H,ns(,r.

M.A..

llniversilv:

\anilerl.ill I'li.l)..

\ andprl>iil

A.K. CInli.

I

(

lolij.nlila

niversilN.

Chimrs.

llie

and

Cliap.-I

I nil.

COOLEY ScRUGCS

'I'llEODORA

English H.\.. Well.-slcv College; M.A.. \and.-ri,ili I ,iiversily: I'nrllier Gradiiale .Sindv. \ andcrMIl

Universily.

Sponsor. Wonlsrnilli CInl,.

Leota

S.

Dkivek

English and Hislorv U.S.. (;,-,,r;;r l',-al....lv ( :,,II,-,- f.ir niwr-iu; I'li.l).. \1.\.. \andi-rl,ill I

I

niM-rsiu.

.S|„,„>,,r. 'l'..ljlldrr> Hall.

TcMrlHT-: \ ari.l.-rlMll


MILESTONES Olive Carter Ross English and Art History B.A., University of Nashville: Graduate Student, Vanderbill University; M.A., Columbia Uni-

Melviiv H. Ellis History A.B., University University.

of

Mississippi;

M.A.,

Duke

Sponsor, Senior-Middle Class.

FRA^CES EWING EcoiiDiiiics

Graduate,

W ard-Uelmonl

School;

B.A.,

M.A.,

\anderbill University.

Rachel Norris

\H\

\1

PsYcholdiiv M.A.,liryn Mawr Colletje: Further (Jraduale Study, George Peabody College for 'IVarlicrs and Columbia University. li.A.,

Kl

1!V

\

Hcligioii It.

\..

AN IIOOSER and Sociology

Graduate, Scarrill College Workers; Graduate Sludeul. I'ui-

\lliens Ci>llege;

lor Chrisiian

versliy of Chicago; ,\LA., Coliunbia Univ<Tsil\.

Sponsor, Y.

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C. A.


HER FACULTY Kkninard (^vstellano

1Iki-i:n

S[Minisli li.A.,

ISroMM

I'nivprsily:

\1. \.,

Mi,|,|l,.|,iiry

College.

Sponsor.

,S]>aiiisli

Club.

Thomas

B.

Don nek

Spanish B.\..

Kasi Texas Teachers College: Melhoilisl Universily.

M.A..

So.illierii

Sponsor. S|Mnisli Ciiih.

Frances Helen Parker German and Harp B.A., Biriniiigham-Soiithern Vaiiderbilt University.

(loilege;

M.A..

Sjionsor. (Jerrnan Club.

|}ekth\ M.

Klee

French A.H.. \I. A.. \ assar College; Diplonie de iVoIVsUniversite <le Toulouse. Sponsor. V. V. Club. French Club, and Senior Hall, Easlern Club. seiir tie I'Vattrais,

I

llltEKMV SeAV Fn'nrh

Randolph-Macon W

..man's College; M.\. Diplonie Superior en Kh.deI niversilv; Francalscs. t iiiversilv of Nancv: Diploine .-ri Conrs dc Ciiilisalion'Francaise, S.irho.uie; I'nr. Iller (iradnalc Study. 1 niversilr of ( ibicago. li.A..

Duke

Sp.insor. French Chib.

ri^r

I

hirli'cn


MILESTONES W.

II.

IIOLLINSIIEAD Chemistry

Ph.G.. D.S<„

\aii(l,-rbill

Iniv.Tsilv.

Alma Hollinger Biology B.A., M.A., University of Michigan; Student Michigan Biological Station and Marine Biological Station, Venice, California.

Mary Dean Clement Mathematics B.A., Wellesley College: M.A..

\

anderhill

versity.

Sponsor, Mathematics Club.

Helen King Fiolar Clothiiifi l!.S..

M.S.. lo»a Slate College.

Margaret Looft Foods and \iilrilion U.S., (ira.huilc Sliidfiil.

Sponsor, Anli-I'an Cluh.

Pngr lunulvrn

loua

Sl.il.-

(

..

Uni-


HER FACULTY CVTIIEKIM': >>*•

M()UKIS<)\

I].

Diiirlar School of i'liysical luliiailion

Diploma

I'ossrr

froMi

( ;

Miiiia>i<ini.

Slildeill. Cllillir Srliu,,!.

S|..-,ial

\,-u

lio.-

V,,rk. an.

ColMinhia Iniversilx. Sponsor. Tri Association.

k

(

;iiili.

Ilnoi. Mall,

aii.l

\llilrii.

Mary Elizabeth Cvyck /-"/(

Ysicdl

Educdtion

Graduate. Ward-Belniont School; H.S..

Peabody College

(»corjr<

for Teachers.

Sponsor. .Inrnor-Middle Class and

Dav Sindenis

Camilla Nanck Ridina. art;ent Sclio,.l r.

M

I'enia

Tan

,,f

|{.,ston L'nivc

CInl. ami

.lnrn..i

\RY Klizabktii Dki.aivky Ddiiciiifi

Graduate. Chalif Norinai .School of Dancing' Sponsor, Ohio CInl).

Bett^ ()|)()^^I:LL I

Graduate. W

'In si col luliiidlitin

ard.|i.-lrn.,nt

.School of lioslon

I

S.lio.,1;

B.S.. Sai-.-nt

inversilN.

Sponsor. T. C. Chd, ar.d Senior Class.

I'll/^r

riflrill


MILESTONES Pauline Sherwood Townsend Director School of Expression (Tfaduale, ISew England Conservatory; Postgraduate, Hoslon School of Expression: Special

Conrses

New

in

York, Chicago, and B(Âťston.

Catherine Winnia Expression U.S.,

George Peahody

Coll

for

Teat'hers:

M.A., Colnnibia University.

Mary Wynne Shackelford Director School of Art (iraduate. Art .\cadeniv of Cincinnati; Graduate, I'ratt Institute, Department of Fine and Applied Arts; Special Student New York School of Fine

and Applied Arts

in

New York

and

Paris.

Sponsor, Art Club.

Louise Gordon /r/

Graduate of

llie

N(Âť

'i

ork Srliool

,,1'

Fine ajid

Applied Arts.

Frances

E.

Church

Librorv Methods It,

\.,

Missouri State Teachers College;

Siiident. Illinois University; C.liindiia niversitv. I

Page Sixteen

M.S.

V, ii


HER FACULTY M

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l.oi isi;

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l.lhnirv Mcllidils rilMT>ilN of iiiMTsilN ul lirin,,i>.

lt.\.. I

I

S|.,,nM,r.

'l),-l

IVi

\.-T> CImI,.

Floreace

F. (JoonRicii

Fhysicdl Edunttiim mid Pliysinhiiiv I niNcr^lN of \li.liiMiiliinan .Slulc (:<,ll,-",.

U.S.. IlillsidoCollff;..: M..S.. f;an: (irailiidd- .Sli„lfnl.

for Tearher.^. Merrill-Palnu-r S.llool.

Cora Hender.son Secretarial Train iiiji U.S.. ,S,,i,iIhtii College: M..4.. C.lle.-r f,,r Tcaehers.

Martha K.

(

George IValxxK

)ki)\> \\

English Pli.M..

Liniversily of Cliieago: for Teachers.

M.A..

(;eorg

Peabody College

Sponsor, Triad Club.

Si S \\ S. Sol in l-.ndisi, U.S.. \l.\..

(;i-i,r^..-

I'.al.odi

Coll.-.- for

I'.-arli

Sjioiisor, I'cn-laff (ilnb.

Vil^ii'

Si'n'lltrrn


MILESTONES (tErtrlde Casebier Histiirx kciilii.kv Slalf TeacliiTs lege: M.A.. Nariderbill Inivrrsily. li.\..

Wcsirrii

Sponsor. Afiora Cliih

C.l-

arwl IVniliroke Hall.

Martha Annette Cason Latin B.A., Uiiiversily of Chka-o: Universilj: Further Gradual!Universily.

if

ir

Vera

L.

M.\.. Colmnl.ia Sliicly.

Coluiiihia

I[\y

Hi.sl()rv

Ph.H.. I iiiversily of Cliica-o: \ anderl)ilt L niversitv.

f

Graduate

Studt-ul,

i Marian Crvwford l.iiliii

W oinanV Collrnf; M.A., Southern Methodist LIniversity. J5.A.,

Handolpli. Macon

Sponsor, Freshman Class.

Lucie

I,.

I"<n

I'lcnrh li.A..

i I'nfir

i

I'.ighlrrn

X

liarnard Colic

\tain


HER FACULTY Kov IHiirliir

Helllanv

li.Miis.. I.iilliiinl

NDKinVOOl)

I

(if I'iii/io

Di'fxirlnicnl

Collet;.';

Oliver

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i'n.r,— ,,r

Sl,„l,„i.

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KoiinilalioM.Tlin-,' 1 ,mi~: Pupil

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l),-nl,,ri.

\l,,lli,-

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Siloll-

\l,-s.,,i,l,.r

MI.erii Sl„,li,... \,-u 'lurk; \~>..r,Mr ..( I'ia,!.,. I m^.r^.,l^ ,,1 k,,,i-a>.

Mary >'/i,'/(/

Hi^im;

\e\\hi.i; I'lavinii

I'ldiui

(iii'l

Mary's Hall. San \,il..,il,r l',,|„l ol^un Mirkv^ilzan.l Harry Kr.liiiaii; iliror,-! „al (ira.l.iale. Si.

C.iursrs i„ S,M,ll,..rn \lrl lM„li-.| „i^,r>,l^. ,„. ycrsilv ,,f (:,,l.,ra,lu. I iiiser^lN ,,( S,„,lli.Tri California. I

S|H,ns,,r.

Teyas CInl, ami

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I'iiiiKi

(iraclualc.

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Ilarol.l

\l„k»il/,.

a.Hl Sif;isn,„n,l Sloj.m.ki.

Sponsor, Osiron

II

(;iul).

\ZEL (loATK Rose l'i(iiii)

I'l.pil

(;

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Williajii

.\..lor

II.

ll,i„/,,-:

Co,-nio|.olilan .SI

I

Slieru Torrrn'rU ol

AMl;l,II;

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1.

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Dillar.l

earlier o(l>,an,,.

I

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TiiKoM';

I'iiun, l'n|Hl

of

l,lle^iIMle.

Manri.e Iterlin;

lork; of Mar,, III

\n,nson. ..f

\i,-nMa: of .|os,f Sifzisminnl Slojou-ki. \eu \,-« V.rk.

lian,-r,


MILESTONES Kennetii FioSE Dirfihir Dcpdrlnwnl of McGibeny. llarlMiann. Paris: of

I'upil

(if

Soukv.

I

(if

\

inlin

iuliana|i()lis:

of

\rlluir

Georyc Lehinanii. lierlin; Formerly Teacher Metropoliof Miisie. ItKlianapolis. and Concert

rran;iie;

tan Soho.)i

Master, Indianapolis S\

rn|iliony Orchestra.

Director, Orchestra.

LWVRENCE Dircrliir

II.

RiGGS

Dcparlmenl of Musical Sciencrs

B.A., Beloit College; Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, England: Summer Courses, Chicago Musical College, Northwestern University School of Music, and American Institute of Normal Methods: Graduate of American Institute of Normal MciIwhIs.

Frederick Arthur Henkel Director of

Pipe Organ

(;radMate. Metropolitan College of Music: SlnI'npil of dciil. Cincirmali College of Music: SicirihrcclHT. \ndrc. Sterling, and Durst.

Sydney l>irciliir

of

Dmton

(lire

I

Deparlnient

L.Mus., Dominion College of Music, Montreal: M.Mus., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music: Pupil of David Rispham, Max Heinrich. and J. II. Duval: Studied Plan., with Rafael .Iosefr\ Composili.,11 uilli KiiMu C.l.liiiark aiul hrcdcr:

ick .Schli.-dcr.

Director. (;icc Cluh.

Florence N. I}over (

(lice

Music in Oherllu College: Pupil o Signor Vananni in Italy: Pupil of MesdaiTu-s d Sales and Bossetli in Munich: Pupil of Osca Seagle and de Reszke in Paris. Slud<-nl of

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HER FACULTY Jessik U.S..

Li-:e

Fkencii

M.\.. Crc.r^r IValiudv

(:,,ll,.j;,-

lor T.-arll

Major

Neli.e

Miillii'iimlics

U.S., Goor^'.- IVuImmIv

Col!,-;;,- lor -iVu, li.-rs.

S[t(jns<jr. .\risi,iii (lluli.

Evelyn Widem, Chcniislrv (;ra,lual,-. liill

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an|.|!cl„i,„i

I

Sell, .oh

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nivcrsiu.

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.S|)onsor, .\ii-kor CInl,.

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MILESTONES Other Faculty Members Tliere are rcrlain nonacadeniic iiifinbers of

wlio have a great part in the sehool

who

writes

girls

want

all

and Mr.

secretary,

tlie adiuiiiistralioii

is

and

liouseliold

Mrs. Henrietle Br\an, the registrar,

the deligiilful letters to the neAV girls

come hack,

to

life.

a familiar figure

Sn\(ler. the hmv-ar. pla\

and who makes the old

on the canipns an ini|)orlanl

Mr. Flowers, the jiarl

althongh ihev

are not often seen.

Miss Elizabeth

Phillips,

alumnae secretary and

sjjonsor of Fidelity Hall, has

been most valuable as faculty advisor of the Hyphen and Milestones and as She has been the biggest factor in the suc-

technical advisor of the Chimes. cess of these publications.

tive secretary

and

Miss Killebrew and Mrs.

\\

inford as administra-

dean of faculty, respectively, are

assistant to the

indis-

pensable to the administration. In the

Home Department.

and the and

is

Mary Charlton

Mrs.

activities of the girls.

supervises the social j>rivileges

Miss Marion Meriwether

assists

Mrs. (Jharlton

Miss Katljerine Hatcher also

sponsor of the X. L. Club.

assists

Miss

Sisson and Mrs. Charlton.

Miss Frances Estes, Mrs.

Lillie Hall,

Pembroke

Hall; Miss

Mrs. Georgia Jackson, and Mrs. Bona

Mrs. Mary Lee Jeter, Mary Neal and Mrs. Jane Short, hostesses

Nicholls assist and chaperone the

girls.

hostess of of Heron;

Mrs. Clara Tate, hostess of Fidelity; Mrs. Willie Weedon. hostess of Founders;

and Mrs. Minnie Powell, hostess of Senior are the indispensable "mothers" of

all

the

girls.

Mrs. Hooker Mason Rose snpervises the lovely birthday dinners and her artistic

touch

may

also be seen in

Mar\ Kimbrough.

"Rec"

Hall.

Mrs. \nnie Majors take care of the

diel

office

first

greets the girls in the

to gyni; she arranges all the excuses

and checks up on

Ml the music students know Miss Annie Caxcrl who arranges

the jjractice hours for

all

the would-be pianists

that the girls apj)ear al their |)roper times

and dramalic sludenis

t^figc I'uerttY-'J'iiii

Mrs. Rosa Clav and

and the dining room.

Mrs. Margaret Frierson Hall in the g>ni

morning when they go the varsities.

Miss Lillian Lower and Miss

nurses, see to the heallli of the girls.

in

the

i-ha|)el.

and

singers.

She also sees

and plans rehearsals of both music


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HER ACTIVITIES

lii.iNDELL.

Hamilton.

Dii

\

kknkt. Butterfield, S<:iiitM)K,ii. \linii\i. lijuiwBheese, Smith, Horn h'ronl:

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l*iKm:F,. Smii'ii

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is

roinposeti ol representative

from each school unit, elected bv the student bodv. The purpose of the Council is to make and hel|> each girl kee|) lie regulations which are essential in an\ comniunil\. girls

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Anna

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I'rortors.

Semester

\ll Rl. (ioI'KI.AND \

Mar^

I*oi.i.\ri)

I'lLKll.. I'n^lihlll

Smii'M

Second

I'viii.iNi-; \\

\siii\(;t()n

ICdvtm Minmv \Hiirii\ Koiii \I \in licuis lii.i ndki.i, \% KlIMI !: 'I'l I.I. I

KRNET

J'roclors H ho

\111

Sfiiicsicr

Joan Huttekkield Mktty Brown NoRVELi, Cox \1arv I>ewis Bi.lndem. l)l

M

Letiti A I!hi;kmv

Hijiiisiiiltiliie

Siv rc/(/rv

I'ol.H

.\nNI

PEGIiV Smitii

irr.l'nsiilrnl

Hod

.low

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to licsiaii the lirst Srnicslcr

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11%

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MILESTONES

Front row:

Ihiiiiiiir.

lEMING,

I

EwiNG

(ivNJKU. liKN EDICT. SteAGAIX

rSrirk-niii:

Day Student Council The Day

Sliidcnl

fimclions as I)a\

I'm IIkkukht.

I'rrsidrnl

llic

sliiili-rils

Council

licail

ol

llic

i^

clcclcd

(la\

an- uikIit scIiodI

li\

sliidfiil

ti-i;iilali<in

|i()|iMlar

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i;i>\ I'tiiiiiciil

<iii

ami

(ill

anil

s\slciii.

caminis

sclrool lioiirs.

(liiriii;;

Ojjirrrs

M AKY

I'ri'siilfiii /

iir-rrcsiilftti

Sr,

11:11/

III fill

I

iii'-l'ii'siili'ni

Siliiiiil

Kciircsfiitiiiiic

I'm,

liii.

I'riii

lor. sriiiiiil xrnicslcr

firsl

scnicslcr

Alice Herbert EAN Fleming Jean Ewing I

Anne Ganier Iane

\

\NCE

Anne Steag m.l


HER ACTIVITIES

Co<:irFi\\.

May

.lousoN.

I'ninl:

Manly,

Buck-:

I'm.mku. I'astkk^acki, Mkksi'ki.dkh. Mijcnvm. S(:]]KM)h;h. Kiksim. .Iamks, Jksse. livncm

I'inkjiwi.

W.

The Y.

I'liri.i.ji's.

MANTiiEf,

C. A.

"Y" lia^ and make it

al\va\^ fnili'a\ Drcil l<> cnilili llic lllc (i( diir ladv inoif signiliraril 1)\ liirnliiij; tin- girls <>!' W aniBelinont closer togellier in liienilslii|i with and undeislanding of eacli otiier and God. I'.aili Suii(la\ night vesjiers is lon-

Tlie

dncted h\

the groiip starling olT the

iriendshij) lire in ehd)

\

was

ear by

Irachlional

llie

"Y"

crealcd Armistice Da\ flag raising service, tlie scliool political canipaign. the peacetime sjieakers. On ThnrsdaN nights the roruni brings the girls together lor open religions discussion un(l<-r he leadership of students and outside sjieakers on ever\da\ [(bases of a young person's Christian life. \

iHage.

It

tlie

tlial

tlie

I

\IiNMi-. (

First

I

Second

M

\llNMK

M

irp-Frpsiilcnl I irp-Prrsiilcnl

\

H (

i-.n \

Home

llmiir

lol Uki.I,

.I|..>s1.,.

K

III

I

VHIH^

„rl,l lu-lhorshij,

Ilv/ihcn Kiiiiirlcr S/noisor

I'n-sidrnl

I'\i,mi-,i(

Johson

n

I'INMIXM I'm 1,1,1

o

m :ki

I'vsiKiiN

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stimo wtk^ icn \m \ii<; \HKr \l \<t\\ S< nn \in-.n .h

.1

i

Na\(:i I'm

Home

iindcrliih llo^piliil

M\i.

i-;i{^i i-;i,i>i-:h

\1 Mil. Mil,

Sunday School Old Ladies-

i>k

\1 *»

hdirnicn of (tirnmillccs

M

Kutertainmeiil Posters

\1

i-,

It

( :llil,lrell\

Junior League

I)

n

.1 1

lljllir^

('.(immunilx I'lmrs Mrmliershifi

I

rriK .)^^\^

Treasurer

Trnnrssrr

^1 1>K

\ ik<;im \ (iocitu \%

Serretarv

I'llhli,

Mm

(ihincl

I'lcsillcilt

I

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M mm

Maci>k

Ki.i/MtKTM

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Miss Hcin

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/'««' Tncnlv-Five


MILESTONES

Front roic

Scdinil Burl;

run:

Townsend, Webster, Gii-i.. Ci.irk. Gkiswold, Armistead. Shankli>

Kih.eriv. (iiiiKsi-iE. Ckossvn.

McKenzie, Gibson,

nm:

McMurtrv,

]iR(i«MNG, Curfman,

A.

\\

mitkmvn.

Burk

Ta(;gart. I'vi.mer, Brai er,

Baxter, Forsytme

The Hyphen

/^ ^v^^H 1"^

_ irtia,

lfc^<^^^l

fi^^^H

\ ^ll('('l of brown |ia|pcr. a lew ruled lines, a oohinin or so marked and llie making ol' the tillregular features placed Reporters drop in at interlhj<h<n "duinm\" is under wa) \als uilli last-minute news items, articles which llie\ were uiiahlr to procure till W'cducs(la\. and hriiiht idea^ Tor next

"a<ls."'

!

week';. Ironl

|iai:c.

h\ "cokes" and "snacks" which some underclassman is itiNcigled into bu\ing. co|)\ must he l\ped. proofread, and placed on the dunnny: headlines must he carelulK written according to S])ecific regulations: uiissing cop\ must he located: and cuts must be ordered. Duriufj;

M

\R(,

UIKT Kht KS (jMiK.

/(//(«/

aflcruoon. hriglilcncd

(lie

,

!•

SalurduN when the student bod\ struggles m hoin the weels. s in their boxes is "licllcr" movies, shojiping. and soda-pop newspaper. shin\. crackling, lourid \\ ard-lieliTionl's wcckl\ and \xilli an oilor ol prinlcr^ ink. ,

,

,

,

i

,

StaJJ I

lh,\

'

\rii

luliliiis

!i:ii'

^iiiih-iii ^

I

,

,||\N

lil

iM SITMK. 1.(11

McKen/ie.

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I

1

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I

I.OC \sll<;H(llT. I.. iui (;ri^uoi.i). I.\\erne McMiktrv. Alice I'orVROl.YN V \ E li VKN E. ( M( \l M<1 \ I 111 N To" N -iEM). I

.1

.

.

M ION Sii\NM,i\. Kirii Morris. I.oiise C.iremxn. .\nn I

e^I'II

VNTIIEI. HaCIIKEI.

Iiluisor

livRNE

licpoilcrs (itul Fcalitre U rilcrs \l\RJOKIE \\NK MhoUMNC. (;KNE (ill,

Ilk.

I!e|

M un

Mnniiiii'i

I'.wiiu.

Cmioi.ine

M

i.tliiiir

Hi. 11

(.ill iiUiliiin

,IeanneGibso.n,/Jov.S/»,/<.;i(

M \Ri; \RET KeVES (lHHk Iane Edgeri.v, (Catherine Crossan Jeanne Gihson M XTTIE PaI.MER

illlar

(^M"

.

WiiiiEMVN.

loi-

BnAl ER,

.1

EA >

\\

I'ei;!.!

\rmisiem).

Sai.lv

EliSTER.

Miss Ki.izmietm

I'liii.i.U's


HER ACTIVITIES

Jetek, KniM;, liuRGESS, Gkeene, Mom.. (:()I.I.l^( Merskki.hek, White, Giuson, Miss Piiii.i.ii's

FniiU:

JSiiik:

Milestones The

staff of

lli<-

Miiksiims

book better ami more

The book

larger,

is

Thev have

tried

lia>

iliHen-nl

and ihe

lo sh<i«

activities

cerlaiii

memor\

so

arraiigeiiieiit

tliat

her mIiooI da\s al

ol

il

e\ er lieeii

lia^ is

eiianged tlie

W

ma\

ard-l!cl

(hi-

lielore.

ei>iii|il(lil\

.

school \ear h\

\Ioic |iagcs lia\e e\er\(iiic-

make

\car h.

llii^

the entire WIV of

llioe pictured re|Jresenlalion^. to

lrii-<l

lliaii

gi\en

lieeii

ha\e

|irinleil

a

ill.

\nn\

Staff \n>

i:,lil,ir

liiisiiirss

Heua

Maiiiifirr

II,

n

Ilifll,

M\nillx

(

illKlA

K.

Srlloul Hri„r-,,;,l,fllir

l,oi ISK

(illlMIN

I'.niM.

n

I.ois

W llnEM\^.

.Ik\n

\\

in-i .1

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i

»

K IKIl

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U(;i>.-i

Iti

iik.im

\

Haxtek,

\rl i:,lil„r

Ailiisiir

\

l!i:T^'i

Feature EiUlor .

.1 1:

I'.I.I.OII-:

Flidtofird/ihir lulilar

\ssislnnls.

\1 i;hs|. |.;m>i:h

IeWM-,

Sliiilinl li,j,irs-:iuilin"i

I.

McK kn/ik

n

Jim-;

llliv Slllilrlll i:,/ilal

\lol

\1 \1

X

Cmioii

hsiiridii' Eilitiir

W

ini

|.

ii.f^iM Uiii

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la.i/. MU'.i

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MILESTONES

Irniii:

IdWNsRND,

Ukaieb. Lkwis,

Mis^i RiiK\,

K|)(;eri,y, Beli.

The Chimes The Chimes magazine |)nr|i()Sf is to

lielnionl. li\

Tlie

MFI

\KI,

l!l< 11

Kil.

/,l//«l

magazine

and

llie

lis

l<),Ui.

I").

creations of

llli-rar\

\\

ard-

name were snggested

e-

(

Hark. \Iattie Palmer.

(»ill.

l{<j|.

(laroKn

.4nna

May

n Tounsend.

Aiil>\

MeKenzie.

^ irginia

While.

W

I>ois

liiteman.

Moul, Louise Baxter, Walton Shankliii, Callierine

Crossan.

Sallv

The

nmidier of the

lirst

Mar\

jane KdgerK. Jean Bnrk. Joan Sehrader. Dollie

(Jene

i:..

ilself

liii-

Kachael liraner: and the originators «ere: \lar\ (iriswold.

Margar<t Ke\

li

\\a> rdiimliil (in Ni)\ ciiihiT

crcalc an oiillcl lor

Paine.

Ann lirst

Paslernacki. \ohifTie

was

and Mar\ Pollard. on Deeendier

issiie<i

ly.id.

R

I ,<lil<,r

\(:ll

VKl. tin

M

Kl(

\ss,„i,ll<- IjHiiiis .1

(;;

\M-; Ki)(;khi,y.

JE^^ Bi hk.

Mmoon

(ill

I .(liiin

liiisiuiss

Miiiiiiarr

M

M<i

I'litic

'rni'iily-iAjilil

huii

\i

\.

III

\iliisiir

Miss

[''.Mz

Doitik

Mii.oTTE in n

\l [SS

.S/.0//M./ '!((

I.vri

Hki.i,

Lewis

'I'dwnsem)

1jM>\ HllEV

MiKTii

I'liii.i.ii's


HER ACTIVITIES

Run:

Friinl

\1.

Hii<h li<m:

K. (li.AKK. En(;EHi/i. \

livxTER, Bkaikh.

Moi

Vi iiitk.

.

i,.

(

1

uti'i-s

F.wing i

iii

Wordsmlth Club 'I'lii-

\\ (irilMiiitli

(]liil)

is

llii'

arc cspcrialU iiitcrcslcd in

new nicniLcis

are athnillcd

manuscripts submitted to

meet once

a niontli on

others work.

uri;aiii/.ali()ii

wiiliiif;

I'oclrx

in

li\

show

real talent

small and

is

and

)n

llic

mcndicrsliip indi\ iduallls

llie

\

is

:

win

scmcslcr

sircnglli

liie

Ilic

ii

nuiidicn cacl

crilici/.c

rnainslav ol Marlliannc oilier

\nna Ma\.

TIicn nieel in

Tlie

on

I'.acii

lor a conlesl.

lie

(

nifilil.

collciic fiirls

Sundax. and read and

secnis lo

venture stories are <()ni|iosed

Sinida\

cluli

llie

jiuljic-

"Keves."' "Sis," and Jean.

"Racli." and Jane.

ol

as a career.

side.

<-\(iting

ad

(Htiin. "(iarpie.'

ariou^ places lor snp|icr or liiriilcd

lc>

tliosi-

the nicnd)crslii|i

is

girls

\s\\i

necessarily

a great honor.

()Jli(<rs PresidcnI.

/irsl irrnrslt'r

Presidriil.

si'i 1,11(1

sriiirslci

\

IH(.IM

\

\\

IM

rF

Ii;\n I^ujnc

I'liiic

ritinly-.\iiic


LESTONES

M

I'roni

Huh: \. Perry, C. IIoweli,, A. Stahlman, Jake Davis, Cole, >()HNn. (Jranberv, Gillespie Run: K. Leake. Craig, Henley, Jeter, Haile, Judith Da\is. \. Mdwards, Crossan, B. BlacKiMan riiiiL Huh: Thilock, I'roctor, Vance, Mrs. Souhy. li. Friedi.ander. McConkey. IJirk

ScciintI

Penstaff Club Have you

seen the tiny silver quills ihal

school girls are sporting?

;m intelligent-looking

<il

I'cii^laCr

anil III

one of

in

arc rcail

|i(iciiis

\li'iiilii-i>lii|)

he

llic

III

iiii'iil

(

\Hf(rH,l,

(

!()I

I..

I'lrslih-

Mi>.

ril

of the high

kii(iÂŤ

llial

\

on are (ace

sliidcrirs

di-ciisscil

li\

Il

meets c\ci\ other

homes.

Themes,

the nicmhers.

stories,

The}

try

olTcr suggestions.

mcmhcrs

are chosen

li\

a contcsl

Tlicmes are siihinitlcd. without names, and JJecause ol this contest,

considered an honor and an achieve-

I'enstaff

is

sponsor

oi'

.

Si)iili\

mciiilicr.

w

will

\olc on the best ones.

iniiiili(r^hi|i in

'.

ami

limiled and

i^

lall.

iiiiiiilnr^

llic (!a\

uork> lairK and

irilici/.c llic

held

\om

ihc high sclionl lil<rar\ chili.

i>

cilncxhn

\\

girl.

some

vou notice one adorning the breast

meinher of I^enslad.

lo lace with a

I

11

is

She enjoys the

the cliih and

girls

lis

iMillmsiaslii-

iiiosi

and ciicomages them with

their

ing.

OJ/iccrs I'nsii/fiil

Sn

<

I'liifimm

Arkoi.i. Coi.k

Ann Caroline Gillespie

iciiirv ('.iiniriiillrr (:lniiniiaii

I''.LAINE

Haile


HER ACTIVITIES

IteiL^. Run: Si'iund Run:

I'mn.

(!ii(:iiK\N.

liiiiil

\\ ll,l,lAMs().^.

/i(l<7i

Run:

rr[.i.(i>s.

livx'i'Kii.

Si.oTK. Ukc^ikh.

.1

I

lis£.:

'ohsiiiik

\mison, Mates

SlGKR, BUKSCIIEK. ClIllMAN

lerman Club Till-

with

(HTriian llic

monlliK meetings interest

in

talk

li\

coinposfd of

lirsl-\ cai-

irllicli-ss.

^Sovemher

one

ol'

the ho\

(

-.

home

the

al

<;!ni|in>.

)()i<crs

hung on

German

a ga\

In the spring

liu^

held

who

in

of Mrs.

Decemher.

ol

llisi

I'arker.

aiii>ni|ianied Dr.

were served, and

jiie

he

I

were elecled and

of Xaridi-rhill on a walkinfr tonr ihrongh (Jernians.

had a German (Christmas partN cheese, and

sludcnls.

il

heen em|)hasized.

affairs liave

in

Nc\

which conversatiDii and slirnnlalion

\anderhill

was made

i-;

one inemher.

at

German

meeting was held sjionsor. on

\car

(lluli tliis

exifiitioii ol

a

Irand

The ehih

I'uin|ierni(kel.

|ireMrils

and lood were

tree. lire cliili

iriel

lo disin^^ ihc inlliien<c ol

(ierman I.OMM-: itvMllt. I'rr^iilcnl

nnisie. literalnre.

The

and in\erilions on

hnal niceling wa- a

\nicrrraii

life.

iiiinie in llie s|iiing.

Olftn-rs Pn-siihni Secretary

l,ol isl,

(inNKi.i.K

lii

IU\Tl:ll

ksciikk

l'„W

riiirlv-Oiu-


MILESTONES

K. Hamilto>, Whiteman, Schwartz, Bell, Barclay, Amonette, M. K. Clark, Sedwitz, Faris, P. Du Vernet, M. Boyd, R. Friedlander, Bennett Second Row: DoTY, G. Moore, Edgerly, C. Howard, Moon, Mosely, Mitcham, Vaughn, R. Thompson, .]. Meux Third Row: CoPELAND, Fristoe, Broderick, Manthei, Aston, Tull, McMurtry, M. Meux, Shanklin Batk Roir: Rhodes, IIerild. Sandlin. Lincoln, Griswold, White. B. Moore, J. Jones, Gill, Negbaur, \IckMi;iir. Strickland, Cox, Won', Floyd. Fai;erberg, Dailey. Ashhy. Morrow

Front Riih:

French Club Till-

I'lcncli

(•(iiilrihiilcs

(lliil)

lorcifiii

alin()S|p|icn'.

rnoiilli

in

guessed

M.

al

I5all\

uliiili

I'liis

llic

iiiiicli

Near

llic

lo f;ivc cliili

mfnilicis |>la\cil

llic

liriilfic.

charades: rei'reshnu'iils were served. lecliired

lo the girls

{jirls

a

had mccliniis

on "France."

sang

l)il

of

uiicc a

song's,

or

At one nieeling

To

climax the

\car ihere was a Ireasiire hiinl.

Olfivvis Sai.lv \1 \\tiiei

I'riviilcnl

SrircKirv

,1

Sally \1\ntiiki.

1'rif.idi'nt

Siions<irs

I'ufir 'riiirlY-Two

AN E jON ES

Cll\RLOTTE llow\RD

Trcosnrcr

Miss IIiukkm

\

Skv\. Mlss Bkhtiiv Hi ef


HER ACTIVITIES

Friiiil

Run:

S

Scnilld liiiu: liiiikHiiH:

I

I

K

1

1(

i

\IoNk.

.

MCIJI,. rjiii

I

I

'^(

iin Mil

\M|.^. Holll.

II'-..

SinNM

\1 In I'm ri>-.. ni)„iN. LlNCdl N.

li.

(

I

M

IN. Tith \i>\iHi I.

I

|{nhh-,i I'OI

s \m>i is.

.

Mo^n. I,h«is,

J'-lSlhUNACKl,

M

Mil).

I

Is

\

M-

Muow

\

m

<

I'llll

ii\. I

M

vm.kv. I'hikdmw.

IPS, .loVCK.

Kl

W vrsoN

IMIIPIl. (;()I)I)1V1\

m\(.. \1<;(;[\ms. Li sn; mstkn.

(;iri>()N.

MaHIIN, Coi l.t

li.

Spanish Club The Spanish Club was organized Spanisli

the\

life

sing songs

do not get

and play games

Mr. Castellano.

in

games

pla\. .)ayne

-at JIunie-Fogg

Cos

was elected

le,

to climax ihe season t-llano in the Del

\

was

a

a

li\

ihe ciuh.

<il

((luiliiualioii

in

".Iueg(»

The

Sclionl.

ol

lli<\

diirciidu

llic

iiiciui.rrs

draiua.

High

louch

girls a

llie

Al their nieeliii^>

Spanish under

In the sjiring the

with other schools j)resented floral

to sivc

in classes.

I'loralcs"

Their

ihe

in

(iiic.-u

liual iiieeliug

Spanish meal (doked

\!r.

li\

Cas-

ers ciuiilioux-.

\l

I'rrsidrni ;

\1

i,r-l',rsi,l.;il

\

Sfirelary

Sponsors

MO

nu.lNH

\I Mi.rdHii-,

Mrs.

IIki.k.n (;asti;i.hN(), \ln.

I

mom

i-

I

I'm IMU>.

I'ii>.iiliiii

I'ollMil.

UIN

i; iii,

li.

Mil

m>\\

i

i

i

Dowi.u

l'„i:r

riiirly-rin


MILESTONES

\I(mi\.

I.KUl-i.

Bark Ron-:

West, Hick,

li,

knn. McCobd, Cain, Jensen, L. Smith.

Mm

i.. .1. Jdbson, Faris Rl'DOLPH, TuLL, O'MeARA, NE(;itSl K. livHCHY, FoRSYTHE I'HiKDf andeh, Williamson, Lundy. \\ iiitk. Medkiris. (Gibson, R.Thompson,

I'nini Kini: Scriniil Hull:

(Ji

Mm,

I

INS,

V.

Brown

Art Club The Arl Club apprcrialion [iro^i

am

|ico|il<-

sjionsors letliires

and

among

girls

ol'

lor this

arl

(lie

to

Washington

Federation of

\\\R\ I-'aEIIN .Ik\^KN.

Mary

\rl.

ol

W ard-F?elmonl com cnlion of the

llie

to allend a I!\

Also the club

hilc rxinliits.

virlnc ol

FveiNii Jeii>eii ua^

lier oflice

llic

I

Club

Xmcrican

as president of ihe

rcpresenlalive this

M

VKV

ear.

\

JENSEN

Makie Cain

Lccu.LE Smith I*'

'I'rriisiirrr

Snimsor

EI.VN

\'.\

lOi.i.A

iri-l'iv^iilrnt

Si-i ii-iiii\

riiirlv-ri

Arl

I'irsillrnt

I'rr^iilrlll

P„gr

The

Ward-Belmont.

on murals and wood block printing.

Jn the spring a representative

club,

al

vear has incliuled several lectures bv prominent

sponsored main worlli-w

went

to encourage an

oxliiliils

Miss

\TIIYBN

M \kv

Piiii.i.ii'S

Sh \ckki,koki>


HER ACTIVITIES

Fnmi

Rdir:

kiHscii. Hakci.ay, Bell.

\

\M>h\i.K,

.\l<,(.oni), i\.

Chanev

Kmjs. Hmes. M. Meux, Fain, Moiihom, Rollins, Tull, Glenn, Rudolph (\i\. McMiKiHi. Wii.inMs. Yacer, Townsend. Miss Clement, Galbraitii, Williamson,

S<;„„(l l<„ii:

Hon:

/;'/</,

Howe, Heckle

Mathematics Club The Mathftnalics is made uji o( aii\ jed.

The

il-

lai-lor-

'I'hi-

in

was

oi

fiani/cd

in

()<|ol)ir.

school h ho arc inhicslcd

I'Ci.').

\\\

{\u-

It

xdi-

iiirMihcr-hi|, lhi> \.ar ha^ i)ccri ralh.-r >riiall diir lo

the newness of ill

Cluli girls in

ih:- chii).

>|HMi-or.

ihe oi

IhjI

ihe fxir^

have ^hou

Mi:— Cleinenl. has

;.'ani/,al

ion oT ihc

i

|i|-o\ed

Inh h\

ri

an

an

irilen'^l

iir]|>orlanl

her i-o-o|)cra lion

ari<l

inlcie>l.

OJJ.rrn I'rrsidrni

IIki.kn ,

M

\in

\i

mN

(, \i nil

Mill

III II N

(. M.llll

M

I

II.

I'lrsidflll

Tou ^SEM>

l'„ar Thirly-F,


MILESTONES

The Onhcstm with John

l(

isc

(;s

Curst Soloist

Glee Club, Orchestra, Dramatics Tliit'c

ixliaciiiriciilar

appearing

in

pnhlic arc

The Glee Club, under

aclnilics llic (iU-e

I

lie

\\lii(li

j)ru\i(li-

sliiilcTil-

willi

()|i|)i)rliinities

lor

Clnh. Orchestra, and expression plays.

direetion of

Mr. Dahon. jtresenled two concerts, one

the Christmas vesper given the last Sunday evening before the holidaxs and the

other a spring program consisting of semiclassical and folk songs.

was

Mar\ Morel

this vear's jiresident.

clltuaxcd ils work with a recital on April 1.5. L nder the directorship Kenneth Rose, il |prcs<iilcd Mr. John Wise as guest soloist. Celeste Jane Throckmorton was |ircsi<lctil (il llii- gniii|i.

The Orchestra of

The School

ol

i;\|pi(ssi(.n.

under

tli<'

direction of Miss I'aulinc Slieruood ri.\\nsen<l

and Miss Catherine W innia. annually presents three major ])roductions in chapel, one just before Chrisltnas. one at Easter time, and one in the S|)ring which is a lliis\ear were: Tin- lilies of the three plays res|)e(li\ el\ Shakespearean [ila\. HohiSiuhl- Thy kiiiiltlnni Coiiic. and Winter's Tale.

1937

Page Thirty-Six

<;lvr Chtl,;

Mnry

Morel.

I'l


Book

III


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HER SPORTS

I

Sevuiiit J<on:

(in

VMUiin

.

(

Holt

H<iili

Hdh

mill oi-i

i

WillTEMAN

\M),

l{h\Er)i<

I

I.

kson, Hlddi.kston.

\(

.)(

U\xTER, RvE, Allison

The Athletic Association The

Athletic Association exists lor ihc |iiu|)ose ot creating coni-

radeship. good sportsmanship, and

lair jilay.

attenqils

It also

to arouse a genuine interest in athletics.

Membership is ol two kinds. ucli\c and participating, and is open to any girl in the school. ID lie an active niemlicr a girl must make a varsity or must make llie significant innnl)cr ol points required 1)\ plaxing on cluh teams. A girl who has jiaid her dues I'^ach

is

a jjarticipaling

mend)cr.

vear ihc acliM- incrnlicrn

for the entire school.

I

lii^

\

ol

ihc associalion give a parl\

car (he

theme

was

lor the parl\

based on the reccnl ()l\ni|iics which were held in German\. Hitler was prcseni and all loriiis of s|>orl^ were offircd. Inliogganing and suiinniing proN ing

lo

In-

iIh- iiki:-!

|iiipular.

OJIirrrs President

Hce-President General Manager Secretary Treasurer Assistant General Manager liasketlmll Manager Bull ling Mamiger

Manager tnhrrv \linianer 'I'laili Mnniiurr liasclmll Manager Riding Manager Tennis Manager Siiiriiiiiing

Hockey Manager

I ,i >

-

i

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(

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1

1

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im i

v

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wii

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Mn

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I'k(.(.v

A>NK

x

\hmim ku>

III l)l>l.l->l( pn

M

MIJOIIIK Lot/. VNK .1 M:ksilN I.wihkce Hi ti.i-.h V,n\i:K I!i:m:ihi I

i

Li.kwki.ii n

\

(in

smu

ll^

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W

IIIII..VMX. I'ir.idrni


LESTONES

M

7'«ss

'I'h,il

liaWr

Miss 0"'D" Has

In l.Mituin

to

Run

ti>

Kivj)

I

p

uith These Swift

Players

lngk„r(.„n

Hockey Til's season tlic Tri

K's won the liockf\ louiiia-

nient for the third conseculix c

the permanent possessors

The

final

game

which was

ol tlie

the Tri

5-1.

it

a tenseness

was

felt

Del Vers team was on the forward

Despile the

was the most exciting

])ass

work on

tiic

one pla\ed e\ce|ilionall\

the Tri

K',-.

l.ols

WhilcMian.

jane Mlisiin did more |)la\ing.

hoth

ol

ol ihi'

game.

hnl

well,

11,-lene Kicc.

their share of

lor

llie

\iii'kors.

Cirh.- Snys M,ny.

in

llir

Osinin-li

i

k Co

material.

Del Vers an\

JVi

vs.

K game when

plaver

defense

on

either

rinrly-i:ii:l,l

on

the

hut

line,

she outplayed

Jane

team.

Wright as wing proved to be one of the best.

White as wing,

The

Osiron's with Virginia

Ann

Pasternacki as one of the best defense

pla\ers.

and Marzee Boyd

rTiade a

good show-

ing in the t(»urnament.

The

club scores for the season were: A(;(Hi

\.K.

\

Agora

2— Ariston

Agora

0— Angkor

Aeora

I

'l-onl!'

\.

K.

.5

I

\.

k.

0— Del

\.

k.

Anli-1'aii

l/(vs

— Anti-Pan

I

.')

\l„iiis,„i

lilnns llri

I'hn

Pnge

car with

IHliott

.lane

])roved her ability as a defense player in the

and good

(Jracc lienedicl and Jean Ituik were

the tTiainsla\s for

(//-;• /(.

lliari

The

alike.

part

teams was the outstanding feature l\\er\

Tiiere

the air which

in

by spectators and players

spectacular

\

cup.

K's.

and expel•tane^

this

outstanding

and most interesting game of the year.

was

There were man\ good teams

ear. hccoining

the year » as played Ijetween

ol'

the Angkor's and score,

\

I

Vers ^

Osiron

U Insllv

I

In >/.</, the


HER SPORTS

"(;n.i,;i,/.

»;,/,>.'

I'niisr in

I

llir

Inn Sri;ns

Sriu,„-S,;ii„i-\li,l

Br

U,

a Bit

Ihunl ihr .<ron

I'lizzlvil

iUintf

Hockey Angkok Angkor

6— F.

Angkor

4

Angkor

3

Angkor

1

Vlil

\ri>I

F.

— Agora 'J\

C.

on

\.isl oil \risl on

1

— Tri K

OSIUON

ST(>\

\gora 2

1

\.

:>.

1..

I--Penla

(

>>

n.M

(

)s

ion

().-

roil

1'

K

'I'l-i

1

\.

K.

()

\.

L.

3

1

(1

;ni

Tan

I'.Ml;

Tau

['.Ilia

I'au

Di:l Vers

Ami-Pan

Del Vers

A. K. 5

Del Vers

Triad 7

1

Aizora

.'i

T. C.

0— Triad 3— A. K.

Del Vers

1

Tri

K

1

T. C. T. C.

P<-iUa

I

10

Fecowasin

0— Tri K

F.-couasin H

77;,,s

\ri>

i

3— F.

F.

'I'rlad

Triad

()

Angkor

I

I

Triad

3

F. F.

L. .',

F. F.

l.nnkx l.il.ri,

F. F. I''.

I

I'.

\ii;;kor 'l\

()

C. 3

ll.couasiii

,;y Sirrnnnii-i

I'nirli.

Del

1

\

ci^

(I

\nli-l'an

I

I'.iila

I

I

Tau

I

I

F. F.

Eceowasin

\.

.

riiiMi

Tan

Tm K EcconAsiN

(

Ion

T. c.

Anti-Pan

r.

I'ria

Tail 3

3

Anti-Pan Anti-Pan

r\i

\

rcill;

!!

\.

Tri

K

3

()>iron

\.

I..

Tri

K

:>

Fccoua^iii

\.

I,.

Tri

K

DrI \.T>

\.

I,.

I'ri

K

II

I

:>

l,„\

\ii"kor

II

inning.

F.

lu-cou

a^-;ll

\ri>lon 3

()>non

(,

I

!!,.

Inli-I';n\

.„

lli,-

I'liur

liin,!-!

Ihlliv-M

ID


ILESTONES

Come On,

niiito Hi' a Mi.v-nj'. (.uls.'

Let't

Hockey Thf climax between

oi tlie

the

season was

Senior

and

lu)tkf\ jrainc

November

30.

Senior-Middle

game was

close

tlic

the

The Senior-Middles went

classes.

mil on ihe

the iniderdogs. as the Senior's were eon-

field

ceded

the

As soon

victors.

Middles made

as

Senior-

the

iheir iirsl goal. ho\vever.

was

it

IVoin then on most of the

a different story.

play took place close to the Senior goal

line.

and the Senior-Middles longht Inrionslv

make

ihe final score

excellenl

teamwork and

The Jnnior-Middli's with a score of

Say!

Page Furly

.'5-2.

Those

l-O

(.iris

Holh leams showed

and

exciting

teams" lack of practice.

both

despite

The majoritv

of the

shots of each team v\ere long drives, hard to

The Junior-Middles kept

slop.

the ball in

Junior territory most of ihe lime hut lacked the

punch

the

first

to

send

sudden

in until a

it

half In the Jiaiior-Middle forward line

cnabNd Jane Cauble. with her to

make

rally in

fast dribbling,

the onl\ score of the (la\.

jiassing.

iio-cd in

lo

As the score indicated, the

oul

ihe

ihe ainuial

Arc Mi^hlv

Juniors iiame on

\ci,r Ihul (.u„l

Each \ear

there are thosen

hockcN

high s(hool and a college varsitv.

The

a

"iris that

Thr

made

C.„llrar

two varsities

these varsities were:

I

arsily in

Irii:

in


SPORTS

HER

College J.

Elliott, Denedict, Latta, Wingate,

Whitem

N,

GoRDY,

B.

MOOKE, TuKNER

Hockey High School

MaRGAHET MORGA^' Martha Jo Phillips corinne homell

High School

College

Lois

Whiteman

Gertrude Sghroer Evelyn Keene

(Jrace Beneoict Barbara Moore ViRGiNL4 Love Graves Jane Elliott Marion Latta Mary Jane Phillips Arlene Hoier Jane Allison Judith Davis Margaret Ozee LuciLE Wingate Jean Blrk Llewelly-na Granbery I-Iloise Turner

College

Belle Vanderbilt

Martha

Lou Graiiberv ami Jean Burk made varsitv twice, while Grace Benedict

(Jordy liigli

school

made

high

school varsitv once, regular varsitv once, and college varsit>

once.

Whiteman made

Jane Allison and Lois for iwo

(he college varsil\

consecutive vears.

High SrUmil

Graves, M. Jo

PMll.l,^>^

,|\N'E

I'llll.l.JI'S.

lloiKK.

Itl

SclMloKlt. (iriXMll

KK l'„e,. I.;,rlv.(),„


MILESTONES

Remr,„l„,

I

In, I

I

I,

Basketball Amid

wild and heart^

season

was brought

cheers,

of 35-21.

a

chniax

(lie

Tri K"s

to

Osiron"s vietorious over

tlie

haskelhall witii )\

the

a seore

final rounds were: and Tri K"s.

Del Vers. ()siron"s. T. C.'s,

Del Vers-Osiron game both teams were first half, and throughout the entire game both teams played good The Osiron's won 30-14. Jane basketball. Klliott and Jane Wright for the Del Vers' were outstanding. In the Tri k-T. C. game, he T. C. guards were e\ce])tionally outstandIn the

Tlie four l<'anis

reacliiug

lh<'

st-mi-

evenly matched in the

I

ing. I)ul ,,(

I'JiiN

was

I

k"s ea])tured the

Tri

llie

score

and lurious in llie and Tri K"s.

fast

lMi\>((n ihc

(

»siron"s

was lealurcd

liie

i>\

and

no\(l. (Jriswold.

vied b\

all.

b\ a

teamwork of

excellent l-a\. a

game The game

final

conihinalion en-

anil the score rose ra|(idi\

Baxter.

Osirou"s.

game

:.-().

Rice,

lor llie

and llenshaw were

parlicularK outstanding while Griswold. Clark.

and \l

1

|{()\il

each

|pla\e(l a su|)crli

he end of the season two

iiall

were

cli()>.en

\

I'niiy I'agc

F(iilv-']'ii(i

liiiskct,

Sanih Logiir!

\\{\

(iniswoi

arsilies in

basket-

as follows: Uillh S,lu,ul

Cnllrtiv

M

game.

I)

J

VMC

C

\ I

111,1-;

Mauzhe Boyd

Elizabeth Ragland

Sakah LoGUii Bahbaha Moohe

Lle\vei,i-yna

I,ois

Whiteman

Ghanbeky Anita Williamson


.

SPORTS

HER

Basketball CnUcgp

UinI, Schdol

Mak(;\i{i;t Kicvks

ClVUK.

Maiv Griswold making I

rcc.ivcd a Itasketball medal lor

college \ai>il\

and LIcHellyna

men

OsiiioN

Gertkuoi: Schkokh FlORKiNCE LuSTGAHTIiN

making

V. V. 7

Osiron 21 Osiron 25

— Arislon 9

was given honoraide

Osiron 35 Tri K 21

In the class games, the Senior-Middles were victorious over the Senior's by a score ol' 1-9 in one of the hardest fought games of the sea1

and the Junior-Mid's defeated the Junior's 12-8. Rice was outstanding for the freshman

son,

class with six goals to her credit: Griswold played the best game for the Senior's. For the preps. Cauble led the Junior-Middle's and Kolh and I^arlhman were oiilslanding for the Juniors.

A. K. A. K.

U

S„li/rs'-

GHWIIKHV,

\. 1.

511

18

F. F.

10 F. F. 16 F. F. 7

F. F.

30 F. F.

7— Osiron

\.

I..

couasiii 21

Tin K I'll

K

1.)

Tri

Iv

24

1

24— Angkor

T. C.

6— Tri K

12

18

15

I..

L.

L.

8

K 27--Anii-Pan 10 Tri K 15— T. C. 6 Tri K 21— Osiron 35 Angkor

1— Penla Tau

— Ariston

Tri

X. L. \.

l\i(()U asin

7

T. C.

Angkor 22

IVnIa

Tau 20

5(1

7— T. C. 37 7— Del Vers

15

Angkor 19 F. F. 13 Angkor 18-T. C. 21

lll.K,

4—Anti-Pan

I

„r.-.ilv:

Ariston

Tri\i>

Ariston

19—Triad 20 8— Tri K 24

Triad 20- Arislon Triad 14— A. K.. 8

Ariston

9— Osiron

Triad

Ariston

51

25

16—Del

29

Eccowasin 12 Eccowasin 24 Eccowasin 21

l.iiis

ImoI.s

—Tri K 45 — F. F. 12 —Penta Tau

19

Vers 18

ECCOWASIN

13—Angkor 19 12—Eccowasin24

llifih Srh,,,,/ l!„sl^rlh„ll

(J\l

I

lie

Anti-Pan

Vers 12 Anti-Pan 17— T. C. 27 8— Triad Anti-Pan 29— F. F. 4 8— Osiron 25 Ami-Pan lO-Tri K 27

Del Vers

(//

T. C. 37

10— Del

Del Vers 12—4. K. Del Vers 18— Triad Del Vers 15— X. L. Del Vers 14— Osiron

"

I

( :.

T. C. 27--Afiii Pan

X. X.

Seasonal chd) scores were as follows: A. K.

I

Penla Tan Penla Tau

school varsit\

higii

T.

A. K.

T\i:

\

Angkor 22

A. K. 8

()siron30— Del\Crs

\

I

Penia Tan 20

ears in succession

luo

(Jiaidici)

ion lor again

Pen

Osiron 54

18

Miuhlv Ihlri

I.I!ST(;XlirK\, SCIIIIDKII

I'agr Fnrly-rii,


MILESTONES

Bet That

Was a Nice

One. Barbs

Stniiiilil

Bowling Compel ilion

was exceptionalK keen. Kaeii eiub on the campus had a bowling team and all entered into the sport with

ze>;t

in

l)o\\lin<i

and good

ihis

^

ear

spirit.

Koiir chdjs reached the final

roimd with scores

K 1410. Agora and Eccowasin 1378. In the final round, the Angkor's won first place with a cumulative score of 1880. The Eccowasin's were second with 1847. and the Tri K"s ihird with 1819. The Agora Cluh rolled 178'). Angkor

as follows:

1440, Tri

1386.

There were nian\ individual

the

who made some Matthews topped with Harbara Moore

go(jd bowlers

excellent high scores.

Sall\

scores,

and Jeanne Gibson following with second and third places respectively. The scores were for the entire tournament.

Katie Rose Woods.

Triad, rolled 170 in the third round, one of the best scores of the entire tournament.

Redmond,

Tri

Sara K. also made some excelienl

scores throughoiil the season.

and scconil varsities were composed mcndicrs ulio made the highest individual

riic (irsl ol

scores as h)llo\\s: First

I

r\iÂŤbara

k

\

I

IE

Sally

Page

Mallhri,^.

I'iirly-l'iiur

huliviihud laiinuinirni

IliuhrsI

Sen;

.,(

llir

mooue

Rose

\ iii(;iMA

Sccdiid

iirsilY

Sally Matthews

Sen

\\<k)i>s \Ei'i'i;ii

J

I

(irsilv

U ANNE GiBSOiN

M AKGUEKITE WALLACE M \HT1IA GOUDY M \lt(;MtETMOM{OE

At the end of llic season, lournauKMils ucrc held between the two college classes, and in the high school department between the Junior's and


HER SPORTS

College

Blllllillfi

I

M

HrMM;

\TTIlKnS. WikiDS. SCIUKI-FEK.

MODRE

B owling Junior-Middle's. In tlie former contest, the SeniorMiddle's were victorious bv a score of 521-479. The Seniors had a lolai of 10 striiv^es and 9 sjiares: tlie Scnior-Mids had a total of 8 strikes and II sjiares. strikes Jeainie Gihs(jn was high for the Senior's with and 2 spares and a total of 142. For the freshman class Virginia Schaeffer was high with 3 strikes and spares and 1.52 total. 1

1

The .Junior-Tunior-Middlc game was piavcd on morning of Fehrnar\ 27 with the

the

latter t<'am winning

b\ a score of 121-106. For the Jimior-Middle's. individual high was rolled hv \elle Kduards nilh li:>; Kit I'dwards was iiigli for the jnnior's uith a score of 113.

Club scores lor lli< thn ment were as \'ii\\u\ A(;oH\ 15

K.

\.

398 3tl

137 195

376

192

I3H6

1121

1231

K)<)

U)9 I

Dei.

\ EF(s

\\

1

.

120 127

3<»5

101

132

376

372

1221

1172 I'm

3<>t

385 378

C. 3 291

'\.

1

PI

Omuon

371

Pk\t\

l<jiM'n;

\nti-I'.

33'»

1

the

oia

3r,

1

1

1

k

528 136

373

-

I'm M>

68

lui

1

4 16

no

39

172

287 J

978

1

110

196

^^i^nJi

^'x!a»j^.j£V.«Tn'^'m*

118

fin liny/

1157

/

1

1126

Ill^hrsl

Oikhiiii'

Kn.r

If

r.T.s

„/

,h.

,„„l I'fi^f I'd


LESTONES

M

A Checkup

Befurr AiMinunrinii ihr

II

iiiiwr

II

lirn'

lliiil's

„ \i<r

One

Iliiih

In .himi>

RidliK The

\\

ard-Belnioiil

annual

show

riding

Tail

was held on December 5. liaving been post])oned from Thankspivinp Dax. 'V\\t'

di-inonstralion

gaited

classes

willi

ihrcc-

llic

and five-gailed horses were of most Jumping, one of the main attractions

these girls have been riding for

proved. airca<!\. to be

in

\

ears and have

the "best" class of

riders. 'J'hc

beginner's class was

Alav.

first:

Schroer.

won by Minnie Maude

\ irginia Collins,

lliird:

second: Gertrude

and (Icnellc Huescher. fourth.

interest.

of the afternoon,

b\

some

was brought

fine pair

to a filling

ning classes coming

llic

forlli

\andc\cr and

indisidnal

wirmcrs

three-gailed

lli<'

rnari\

honors.

I'.ullir

da\.

were

I'xilli

ol

The management

class,

judged

entirely

on

managing ability, was uon b\ June llaldt. Thanva Spin-rier. second: and Nancv first: Kecd. Ihinl.

// Pagp Fortv-Six

class

first;

ucll. liic begin-

willi

l.awrccc ol

was won bv l-^leanor Walton Shanklin. second: Susan Norris. third: and Arlene Uoier. fourth.

The

Vandever.

All the girls did e\cc])lionall\

Ilcaiior

climax

jumping.

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HER SPORTS

l*>lf

77i('

"Cupliialor

RldliK was won

Tlic

|iair (las-

and

Arli-tu' Iloier, first;

li\

lilcanor Vaii(lc\<r

with Joan Jobsoti and Allie Loll Broderick, second. Cigarette. Little Jack. are

(lie

Lady Marv. and Dixie

favorites of the horses

be the most popniar with the

The show was brought nnusual feature.

and [iroxed

in

girls.

to a finish

1)\

Capliviiliirs.

and

A

The music was Till'

nul> w(,re oilclolli skirls willi lolor-

shirts while the bo\ s

Ma\

In

wore brighl

C()ulio\

and ten-gallon ha Is.

cha])s

gi\en.

annual

llic

Uegiuning

spring ridin;; show

and

ad\anced

«as

iuiii|iiiig.

three-gaited and five-gailcd riding anil a hara lu-w

square dance on horseback was cleverly executed bv four couples. the horses keeping time to "The Turke\ in the Straw."

The

well. liil

furnished b\

costumes were made h\

the eac

li

individual rider, filling the occasion exlrenieh

ness class were liesi

rider of

while

llie

liiiiiils

\l

llii'

inasler

ilie

I

he fea lures of

I

he sliou.

The

\ear was ])resented her awar<l.

club which a\erage(l the niosl lolal

r-eeei\ed llie riding cup.

shows Miss Nance ser\ ed as ihi' riiigand Miss Sissou as Judge: Mr. HiiK-diel

[iresciited the

awards.

I.innnr l)iiii„n

ll„il l.illlr Siill.y l„ friirrli.m

I'iifir

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MILESTONES ennis In

tlie

a^

fall

tlic

leaves began to Inrn

iiminuMued

eoli>rs anil

was

the weather

falling

from

llie

llieir

trees

inan\

and as

ideal lor tennis, tlie Athletic Asso-

eialion sponsored the annual singles tennis toiirnanient.

\laii\

form and those hit.

girls,

those

who

displa\ed good tennis

keen knowledge of the game, and then

a

who swung and missed more

often lliau the\

(iraee

sen<l.

the tournament (iraee

favorites.

hegan \lar\

Benedict, and

l!ell\

\ul)\n

Town-

R\e seemed

Little Doltie Hell, last \Nith her

the

forehand

stroke under good control, anil Susan \orris. with

her steaflv pla^ing. looked the above three

to

he real nu'naces to

girls.

and stead\ drives h\

The

quarter-final

roumls were pla\ed,

Dottie Bell winning over Ida Sue Smith 6-3,

Thr Chnminan Cmrrs Miglily Forehand!

Dollies Small

Page hOrly-liighl

liul Slie

Can

Hi.

6-2.

()-2.

hiteman 6-L

6-1.

Mar\ Anb\n

6-1.

Townsend overcame Jud\ Davis

6-2, 6-3,

and then

pla\ed Jane Kdgerlv in the semi-final round, winning 1)\

a score of 6-3. 6-0.

(irace

won

\Iar\

\uh\ii.

the

finals

ilach

in girl

two

6-1

over

plaved exceedingU

well,

sets

6-3.

hut (Jrace. with her unusnalh good placing and her swift serves,

was too much

for

Ihe tennis varsit\ was made reached the semi-finals: (irace Benedict,

The tournament progressed with uian\ dclanlts and victories.

\\

against (Jrace in the semi-

nj)

round. (»race winning with her consistent pla\

final

ing

signed up.

When

Benedict defeated Lois

Phis put Dottie Bell

is

Graces

Mar\ Aidnn. uji

Dottie

of those girls Bell.

who

Jane Edgerl).

and Mary Aubyn Townsend.

This

third \ear on the varsit\.

The doubles tournament, which came

in

the spring,

climaxed the tennis vear.

A

Sample

Janes Faieltand

oj Tou'tiscnd's Swift

Is

a I'erjeel l.xample

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SPORTS

HER

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Fish": Jam-

ii

11

rifihi.

H inner

,>f ih.-

Swimminfi Mc'l

SwI mming The annual

\X

anI-Helinoril

climaxed the year

in

swiniiniiig

swimming.

some twenty contestants entered

nicci

There wivc in this

mccl.

Jane Wright came out the inthvidual winner with 23''4

with 2IJ2

Pegg\

j)oints. I'oinls.

and

Several weeks hclon-

heen working llie

lor llie

llic

the girls had

niei-t

Marallion swim and when

winners were announced l'egg> Arniistead

had 287 lengths (almosl

.{

miles) lu her credil

Armislead, second,

,lari<'

(lornehus.

while. lane

\X

righl

was second u

llh 2();> lengths.

third.

with 12 points. \\

In

cluh

ratings

the Tri

K"s were

llrsi

33 points, Del Vers' sci-ond with

2').

Penta Tau's third with

The

tition

was keen

ingly interesting

this l<>

7 poinls.

\ear and

il

and

ÂŤilh I

he anil

uas

in lorni

uas pla\ed

lor

llic

Senior-Mid classes hroughl

lliiic

first

The game hclween

llie

in

.Senior

lo a close six

coniiic-

weeks of hard work.

The

gii'ls

wen'

ciilliusi-

(\<cimI-

walcli the ahnosi cxciilx-

matched swimmers compcic

aler jtolo

several xears.

and spied.

a^-llc

and

Iriirii

this c\ciliiif;

iniriicrisel\

and

ciijovcd ui-\\

llic

lull

ilcri\cil

sporl.

Pnfic Forly-yine


MILESTONES Opring Sports Spring has surely come when all the girls can be seen out on the baseball field or the tennis courts.

Arrows

fly

thick and fast on the arch-

erv range as the girls try to hit the target.

Baseball

sport in the spring and

is

make

their arrows

the principal club

Mav Dav

brings to a climax the dancing for

the vear. for so special dances.

many

On

girls

the

first

take part in the of April the de-

j)artment presents a recital which shows how^ well the girls

have progressed during the year.

many wee morning over and

hours are spent practicing for the big games. Track offers running, jumjiing. hurdling, and

To

various kinds of throwing lo the more agile

"()"D.," acquire grace and poise while learn-

girls.

ing the delicate art of fencing.

the rintlun of "\]n garde; cut

lunge:

|(arr\

sixth."'

the

girls.

luider

Miss


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HER CLUB Club Roster Agora

A.

K.

Anti-Pan Del Vers

F.

F.

Osiron Penta Tau

T.

C.

Tri

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Eccowasin Triad

Angkor

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MILESTONES

\li.^ Casrl,,,;.

Clnra

I.

re Ihlhinu

Agora Club The

Ajiora

is

a

market plaee

(i(lenlail\. the seat of tiie

ol

aneient Greek

and

cities,

Agora's in club village

is

also, in-

the center of

Their green and vellow campus. In November the club held its annual coffee in the clubhouse which was gaih decorated with \ ellow and white tea roses. Thev also had an open house that month. T.ater a breakfast was given for the A. K. Club ill uliich the tables were arranged in the shajie of a horseshoe. gatherings and conimunitv discussions. colors are often seen about the

Olfuvrs Clara Lee Helbing RiiE Osmunoson

President lice-President Serretnrv Treasurer Sergeanl-al-.lrms

Mary Bi foro

Miss Gertrlide Casebier

Sponsor

\I

cm hers

Nancy Biossat Minnie Woods Carroll Cole Lenore Crossfield Helen Eastabrook Lois Jean Floyd Alice Forsythe Mary Blford Francis Jeanne Frazee Peggy Friedman IJoRis

(]\TIIER1NE GiVINS

M vnrin l.oi ise (Jorton CHH J.KK [IlCI,lllN(; \

Cakoi.ink IIoei.sciier

Elizabeth Ann Hoffman

Margaret

Page Fifty-Two

Francis

Lois Jean Floyd Catherine Givins

Mary McGehee Betty Ann Moon Betty Mcrtagh ruie osmiindson Millie Regier Virginia Sciiaeffer

Elizabeth Smreck Lccii.LE Smith

Marie .'^mith Nell Stoker Betty Taggart Lai'Ra .Mae Thompson Rose Thompson Celeste Throckmorton Antoinette Till

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BiossAT, Carroll, Cole, CnosbHKLi), LOaviadhook. [hvh FoRSYTHK, Francis, Fhazee, Friedman, Gr\iNs. (ionruN lloELSCIIER, HoiIMVN. M'fiEIIKK. \Ior)N. \Il HPM.H. ()<MI Nri-(1N Hecier, Sell \m i:ii. Siiiiki k. I.. Smiiii. \I, Smiim. Sioiii.ii II. Willi Rl. I.. M. 'J'll<)MI'M)\. H. lllDMI'MIN. rillllllKMIIII IIIN. I-

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MILESTONES -v

—-

/

Bitty

Lou

A. Tlie A. K. Club received

its

Dtiitcy.

K.

Miss Rhoa

Club

name from

the idea of

liie

Ali-"Rouiid

Klub, as its members are typical girls. Its colors are green and white. In the fall the girls met in Mr. Lnderwood's studio where he played for them. In November they had a formal tea dance

and an open house. At Christgave a party for the members of the Tennessee Chil-

for their sister club, the Agora's,

mas

tlie\

Home and also for the club. They had a Valentine's Day g)m dance to bring the season to a successful close. dren's

OJJlrcrs

Hetty Loii Dah.ey

Presidi'tit )

Martha Morrison Jean Webster

icc-Presifleitt

Secretarv

Ida Phh.lihs Pathicia Langerkei.d

Treasurer Serficiiiit-iit-

inns

Miss Linda Rhea

SiKiiisiir

Members Hetty Brown Joan Hutterfiei.d Bernice Cohen

Cox

llH

PlllII.II'S

M

Irene Dietzen Betty Lou Dah.eyIrene Dietzen

Ml II \ J SNK PhiI.I.I!'; \H\ Jo Pllll,l,ll> \1 \K1 BkM> \ 1Hi;iM \ HollERSON

iNoHVEi.L

I

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Helen Friedi.ander

Jk\n Bomeii

Mary Jane Gahman Jean Goi.dcamp JlDY Gi mhin

B \HIi\H

June

Jk\n

IIai.dt

(Jkrtrude Handi.y iNancv I'oi.i.Y

Haughhout Knehr

Patricia Lancehfei.d (Jarolyn McKenzie

I'agr I'ijty-liiiir

Mason Marth\ Morrison Patricia

All. IK SkI)\M TZ I'lllHETS \

BkI IK

\

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Miriayi

ANDERRIIT EDSTKH

West

Hera White Alice Whittaker

Marjorie Wilson

Mary

Virginia

Wren


HER CLUB

liliOUN. Hi TTKIUIKI.I). (^)FrK\. (!l)\. (i

\iniAN.

Knkmk. \1 Ml

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MILESTONES

Miss

Linift. (;,;w

\l<,

Anti-Pandora Club The

Anti-Pan's, of the

^

ellow and green colors, disdain to follow

They

the impetuous maid Pandora.

Pandoras: thus thev sprites

declare themselves ana-

malicious thoughts and evil

will restrain all

and seek out the good. In the fall the girls gave an open at Christmas the\ had a partv for the orphans as part

house and

of their charitv work.

After the holidays they gave a "wienie*

roast and a Valentine dinner. tea for their friends, and last of

boys

for the

They have

Later in the spring thev gave a all

they gave a gvni dance with

Del Vers Cluh. also

been very active

in sports as

they had hockey,

bowling, basketball, and baseball teams.

OJJUvrs

Gene Moore

President Vice-President Secretary Tmistircr Scrfimnl-<il- trms

Charlotte Fogg Jane Edgerly Martha Browning Mary Byrne Miss Margaret Looft

Spimsar

Mcinbeis Warrene Alford \ IRGINIA

AmONETTE

Elizabeth Barclay Billy Barnes

Anne Browning Martha Browning Susan Burruss

Mary Byrne Jane Byrnk

Anna Louise Davis Sarah Louise Uouglas Jane Edgerly Hester Flowers Charlotte Fog<; HoRTENSE Ford Nannie Margukrite IIvinje liiLDRETH Herald I

'age

I

iflY-Six

Caroline Hunter

Dorothy Lundy Jane Ellen McWhorter Ella Maude Manly Mary Syd Medearis

Gene Moore Ada Moseley Susan .\orris Margaret Ozee Alice Schwartz Jean Skinner Bettie Jane Smith

Tagge Eleanor Vandever I'.LESE

Anne Vennum Peggy Weir Mary Bond Wilkfrson


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l!n<>"MN< Al.KOKU, AMONKTTli, HaKCI.AI. IfAlt.MiS. A. l!uo"MN<;. M-

BuRRUss, J. HvRNE, M. Byrne, Davis, Douglas. I'.dckki.v Flowers, Fogg, Ford. IIainje, Herald, IUnter LlINDY, McWllORTER,

MaNLV,

MEDE\lIL-i, MoSl-.LKY. NollKIS

Ozee. Scii>vartz, Skinner. Smith. I'agge,

VeNNUM,

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M

LESTONES

i:iiz,ihclli

l)„lv.

Wi'ss Oililrn

Del Vers Club Tlie Del \ CIS Cliil) of

everything. intellectual

their

^elll)^v

and

wliilc i-olois

"delve" into

gym dance

gave a forth

llie

Thev always satisfy their insatiable euriosity an In February they curiosity shown by their name. with the scene a Casino.

ingenuity in

"A Spanish

Stinit night

brought

A ping-pong

CJavalier."

tournament was held within the club with Anita I)cmbinsk\ the The girls gave a breakfast for the old girls who came back lo visit the school: llie\ gave a wiener roast in l'crc\ Warner I'ark and in llic laic spring llic\ ga\c a |)icnic for llic \nli-l'ans.

wiiuicr.

O/lirrrs Klizabetii

I'nsidriil icc-l'ifsidcni ) 'I'icasiiii'i

S<Tfic(inl-iil-

Inns

SiKiiisiii

Mcnihcrs Jean Allan Ruth Atkinson K \(.I1\EI. liHAl Eli

Marjorie Gunn

liKn

Janice Hanson

Mar(;aret

Arlene Hoier liARI!\H\ JOBSON JOXN JoBSON \1 VBioBiE Joyce \Bi.()TTK Lewis Smi.y \1 wthei Helen \1 »ky Miller Hevikice Noble

Uevekly (^hesciieir

Mary La Rue Coleman Janet Colli ngs Doris Cook \L\RY \ IRCIMA CkI SE Anita Demrinskv Klizabetii Doty

( '.\\

jNancy Doherty

\1

Klaine Dondineau Jane Elliott

I'.LI/

Ut\ PoLI,\RI> VllETH

ScHNKIDKK

Patricia Thourlby \L\HJORIE TrEADWELL

Kathryn Vaughn

\m A NIC

Page FiJly-FJghl

Hai,!.

Nancy Pat Hamilton

Y I!ke\\ ek I!ei'sy Hi k(;ess

Phoebe I'mus Carolyn i'.n \ii

Doty

Doris Cook Anita Dembinskv Hetsy IU'bgess Kuth Atkinson Miss Maky Louise Ogden

Srcrrldiv

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ri(;ht


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Allan, Atkinson, Mum i;h. Hhkmkh. Iti m.i>s. Ciuxiiikih Coleman, Collings, Cook. Chi sk. Dkmhinskv. Doiikhtv ML DONDINEAU, Kl.LIOrr. I-UIT-^. (;HUI\M. (Jl >>. I,i:»iHamilton. IIoieh. 15. .I^>»m>n. .1. Ioi.x.n. ,Iov< miiv Tnoi irMiDi-.ii. Sc imid. Manthei, Miller. Nohi.i;. I'ot 1

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MILESTONES

t

irginin Ciillins.

F. F. Tlie F. F. Club, with

its

.

Miss Riwf

Club

colors of purple

and lavender,

is

named

group called the "Friendly Fifty." Today their number is smaller, and the name stands for Friendship and Fidelit^ The girls gaye a picnic for their sister club, the Penta Taus. in Perc^ Warner Park in the fall. They had their annual Christmas dinner dance, and a faculty tea was given in February. The\ also had an open house: frequent informal teas were given for the members and their friends throughout the year. for its first

Officers Virginia Collins Allie Lou Broderick

President ire-President Secretary (

Betty Martin LuciLE WiNGATE Dorothy Elliott Miss Bkrtha Ruef

Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Sponsor

Members Grace Asiiby Marjohie Aston Allie l.ou Broderick

Jane Worth Brown Jean Campbell Virginia Collins Betsy Covington Dorothy Elliott Pollyanne Foster

Barbara Gould Shelley Howe Janet Jame Lelia Jesse

Mary Elizabeth Kirsch RowENA Lee Janie Lincoln Marjorie Lotz

Page Sixty

La\ ERNE McMlUTK'i Betty Martin Lois

Meeks

Elaine Ostergard

Helen Reutlinger Jean Rogers ]\L4bel Rollins

Jim

Frank Rcdder

Harrietts Slote Eloise Sol'thard TiiANYA Spurrier Myra Ruth Stith Elizabeth Strickland LuciLE Wingate

Frances Wolf Lois

Wood

Margaretmonroe Yager


HER CLUB

\sirin.

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FosTicK,

Goi

(;\Mi'iiiii.f.. (;<)\

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Kiiiscir, Liviv, r,()T/, \I<:\Ii HTiiv, Iii)f;i;its.

M\nri>, Mi:i;ks

Jioi.i.iNS.

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MILESTONES

l/l'vs

huiilhil.

Miirv Cri>H„l,t

Oslron Club Osiroii Club's name is made ii|i <»l llie fiisl letters of the words make up the ideals oi' the elub: Originality, Sincerity, Interest. Kight. ()l)iertive. Nobleness. The motto is "He builds too high who builds beneath the stars." The colors are green and white. That wise old owl is the symbol of wisdom and the

The

wliioli

cedar twig, the symbol of everlastingness.

The

cKib has been especially active this year. First came a picnic W arner Park to start the season off with a bang. Then succession came the open house, Christmas parl\. and Valentine lea. At Christmas the girls also hel])ed a jioor lamil\. In the wa\ of s|)()rts the\ liad a ]>ing-pong tournament and to climax the year lhe\ won the nuich coyeled baskelhall lournain Perc\

in rapid

ment. Officers

M

J'ri'siilcnl

\in (Musnoi.n

Uouis Uay

ice-President Secretary I

Mary Lewis BI,u^nELI, Poi.lv Du Vernet

Treasurer Serjeant-at-Arms

M aroaret Miss

Sponsor

Member Makv Lewis

1{i.im>eli,

Marzee Hovd

Mary Gladys Broun Mary Ruth Carev Scott Causey

Marcaret Keyes Ci.ark Doris Day Marion Doekkkk Helen Dc \ ernkt Polly Di \ ehnei Jeanne Fagerueri.

Martha Gilchrist Margaret GLEN^ Im,e\nor Greek \t

MO

(;nrs«<)l

\l,ll)\ (il

I)

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KosE IIakti ^(; Charlotte How

I'agi'

Sixty-Tico

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Geney \ Jacobs Klloie Jeter Jane Jones Bernice Kaplan Jean Lay

Margaret McKE^ZIE Lou Maduox Nancy Mulnix Mattie Palmer Ann Pasternacki Kathryn Phillips Kathryn Sayre Phillips Lorraine Sager Katherine Shadle Frances Stubblefield Katherine Thompson

Mary Alice Thuhman \ki>

\

IRGINIA

White

Gi.enn

Dm tiiit


HER CLUB ;

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MILESTONES

Murjmir Lou

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Miss

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Tail Club of the colors rose

Penta because

it is

number

five of the

and

got

gre\

clubhouses and

its name Tau from

of its slogan: Think. Act. Use. In the fall were entertained bv the F. F.s at a picnic in Percv Warner Park. In November, thev gave a tropical gvm dance with palm trees as decorations. At Cliristmas they held a party

the

first letters

the

girls

for the children of the

men employed by

the school.

the alumnae with a breakfast at Easter.

They

honcjred

In the spring the club

The Penta Tau's won second

went on a week end in the country. place on Stunt iSight. OJJicers

M ARJORIE

Lou Ashcroft Nancy McGinnis

President I' ire-President Secretary

Jane Anglin Jayne Coyle

Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Sponsor

Mary Anne Easterlin Miss Camilla Nance

Members Jane Anglin Marjorie Lou Ashcroft Marya Bailey Elizabeth Buchanan Ella Marie Cain Jane Cauble Marjorie Chapman E^DiTii Clark MuRL COPELAND Jayne Coyle Lucy Davis Ethel Doherty

Mary Anne Billiefak

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Emily Hamilton Rachel Hamilton Caroline Hill

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Marcelle Horne J\ne Jackson

Wanda Ix)wry I'LORENCE LuST(;ARTEN

Mary McConkey Betty McConneli. Nancy McGinnis Reba June Mersfelder Margaret Mitch am

Anna May Moul Nancy Ann Movers Anne O'Meaha Grace Love Peyton Anna Mary Pierce Ruth Pinkham Peggy Shindel Marcia Smolian Watson


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tlie

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have been very active in every way. In the fall thev gave a swimming party anil hamburger supper. At Christmas they gave a partv. and later they had an open house. They had a gvm dance for tliey are

their sister club,

the Osiron's,

and

in the

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them

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picnic.

TlicN

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in S|)orts.

working

uj) to

the semi-finals in

iKiskeli.all.

Ojjicers

Gene Gill DoROTHv Lehrer Blanche IJrooks Margaret McCord

I'irsidciu / ice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Miss Bettv ()"IJonnell

Sjmnsor

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Dorothy II vrdendori" i\ancy Heckle Helena Jackson Evelyn Keene Helen L\hkin Dorothy I.emker Margaret McCIohh Georgiana McWhorter Lorraine Matthews Kitty Morris \l VRCVRET Anne Rhodes M \RY Fletcher Robertson M \RTiiA Roth Gertrude Sciiroer Mary' Auuyn Townsend ICloise

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K Club

Tri The black and white moving in all kinds of

colors ol the Tri activities.

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Club are seen swiftiv

Their name. Kubia

Khan Khib.

was taken irom a wise old Mongolian ruler who was known lor his good citizenship. In the fall the girls gave a Sunda\ night supj)er for the X. L."s. a picnic at Perc\ Warner Park, and an open house. Thev had a winter g\ ni dance and a Christmas parl\ in December. Thev had an exciting skating parlv at the Hippodrome in March. Their stiml. "IJuikingham Barn\ard." won first place on Stunt Mght.

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in sports,

wiiming the hockex

finals: ])lacing lliird in

cu|p:

bowling: ami

OJficeis

akuak A MooRK Louise Baxter Fristoe Peggy Armistead Jane Merrick

President I ice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms

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Miss Catherine Morrison

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f Rwlulph

X. L. Club Tlie X. L. Club of

from the

numher

tlie

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Roman numeral

in the club.

for forty, as this

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name

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To

begin the vear, the X. L.'s went on a picnic to Percy Warner Park in October. Following this was the open house in November.

once a month. For were hostesses and were allowed to invite guests. To complete the year the X. L.'s gave a tea dance in March for the faculty and friends of the members. In the Tri the late spring the X. L.'s entertained their sister club

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also

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a

new scheme

the last three months, four

for the dinners

girls

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OJJircrs

Anne Rudolph Ji STiNE James FLORENCE MoNK VlRGlNH BrOWN Margaret Richards Miss Marion Meriwether

President i'ice-Presiilent

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Anne Rudolph Caroline Sandlin Julia Scott

Mahthanne

Ruby Graham

Patty Smith

Justine James Joi Dell Jesse

Peggy Smith

Minnie Maude MayJo

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Martha Meux

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Miss Major, Dorothy Evans

Ariston Club Ariston. meaning the best and liighest. is taken from the Greek word Ariston. the singular of Arislos. the superlative of the word meaning good. The colors of the Ariston Club are vellow and white.

After school started, the first major sport in which the Ariston's took part was the tennis matches. Thev not onl\ had a high jjercentage in the matches, but also had two members in the quarterfinals. Hockev also claimed their attention. Though onl\ two of the members on the team had ever pla\ ed in a game before, the^ surprised evervone b\ turning out as ardent an eleven as an\ other club.

With winter came basketball and bowling with a good-sized team in both sports. The Aristons have also taken jiart in social service work, especiallv at Christmas, when thev fed and clothed two families. This year the\ undertook the new project of making the clubroom more attractive bv contributing articles of furniture and making curtains. They are proud to number among their members four Penstaff members, a day student proctor, the president of the Freshman class, and the |ircsident of the Art Club. Officers

Dorothy Evans Eleanor Bailey Elizabeth Hall Martha Earthman Evelyn Kingins Miss Nelle Major

President lice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

Members Eleanor Bailey Mary Maxine Bozeman Elise Cami'dell

Lucy Allen Doyle

Martha Earthman Dorothy Evans

Mary Elizabeth Foerster Hall Mary Hall IOlizabeth

Mary Elizabeth II en ley Jean Jackson Mary Evelyn Jensen Beatrice Kimsey Mary Frances Lannom

Elise Sheffield

Ann Smith

Mary Heron Mitchell Marion Mcrphy Elizabeth Murphree Annie King Newman Dorothy Noland

Rcth Willis

Roberta I,cker

Manev

Mildred Milam

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Nancy Perry Edith Robertson Jacquelyne Robertson Wilba Ryer Polly Ann Schweitzer Regina Sciiatten Aline Smoot Anne Steagall Nancy Stone Jean Tucker Rozelle Wallace Irma Waller Anita Williamson Harriet Williams

Josephine

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Margaret \oi.\m> Jane Parker Arlene Parks Lamiza Pearson Mary Pearson


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Eccowasin Club Etcowasin, an Indian name nicaniiii; "ilo all ami j;i\f all." sxinholizcd main good times and \aliial(lc IriciKlsliips lo it> mcnihcrs Their peculiar symbol is llie Swaslika. also Indian. lliis \ear. The hockey team in their green and white did well, winning two

games and lasl

and the team was entertained after the chib was second in s<li<>larslii]). Al Christmas

losing one;

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game.

the chdi did social service work in llic lorm ol clothing and feeding part) was given with a [)oor family. In the spring a "Showhoal the Angkor's. The club showed well in the remaining sports of the vear and were aware of the honor of having as members, the president of the Junior-Middle clas>. jircsidcnt of Penstaff. and "

president of Wordsmitlis.

OJJicers

Jane Meadobs Betty Rye Carroll Cole Jean Campbell Margaret Glasgow Miss Louise Sainoers

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Babbaka Leake Emmie Leake Betty Maddin IIeikn \1c\Iirb\v vm: \1i:\i>obs I

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Betty Rye Margabet Rye

Suzanne Rye Elinob Shebbell

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Glasgow Llewellyna Granbery Virginia Love Graves

Marguerite Wallace

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Miss Onhvay. Dorothy Kin a

Triad The

named

Club —

purpose social, civil, and while. Hocke\ started the season rollinfj;. and after the games the team gatliered in the tearoom for hot chocolate and cakes. Then the midwinter sport, baskethall. aroused enthusiasm to the liighesi Marion Latta and Sarah Ixtgiie made their class team. degree. Senior-Middle. Sarah Logue also made basketball varsil\ and Rose Woods made bowling varsity. Katie Their Christmas box for some jtoor family brought a great deal ol comfort and pleasure. The luncheons outside the cam|iiis hrougiit IViad

athletic.

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is

(or its tlirecfold

colors are red

all. particularK to the high school girls who could not otherwise go out. Another of the higliest spots in the year's social activities was the annual gMU dance given with the Aristons.

jo\ to

OJJlcers DoHOTiiv King El.l.KN M aktin

I'rraidriit

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Ann IIakdeman Elizabeth Pinner

Treasurer

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Betty Brohn Lucie Jean Brown

Katherine Bumi'as Betty Capps DoRTHA Carver Sue (".rak; \l VHCKLH DrISKIII. Ei.EWOR Eari.s

Ann

Ei<;<;ins

Eixjrence Gabriel JiiNE

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Joan Hampton

Ann Hardemvn Melyssa IIavnks Mary Alice Herbert Elva Hollins Jacqueline Horn Elizabeth Johnston i'a^' Screntv-Six

Kitty Jordon Dorothy" Kino Marion Latta

Lucy Lee Jane LoGUE Sarah Logue Ellen Martin Isabel

Maxon

Jeanette Olliver Lucy Paknell Jacqueline Patton Emily Payne FRANCES PeKRV Elizabeth Pinner Carolyn Robinson Lillian Rohe Lillian Siiacklett Benny Smith

Mary Tvrpikv Sue jiwi.oR Iri lock Eleanor \\ mithortm Katie Hose Woods Jane \\ om i>hm>(;e Edna

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mel

llie Tri K's in the hockex finals, Davis making high school varsitv and Grace Benedicl. Lhe college. Grace also won the tennis tonrnamenl, making the varsit\ and hel])ing ihem lo win the cup. For lhe fall lerni lhe\ had the highest nuinher ni poinis in competitive sp(>rl>. In Fehruarx (he I'.ccou asins and lhe \ngkors gave a "Sliowhoal" |iarl> logellier.

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Corinne Howell and

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Martha Gkkene

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Jean Fleming

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ELIZABETIf Ho« ELL Virginia McClellan

Scirrtiiry 'rrcdsiircr

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What ARE Doinj;;?

(iirls

Raising

Klafi

Almost

at

Dawn

.

.

.

Don't I'hey Look Happy? What? .

.

.

Iii<- Drill

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MILESTONES

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HER

CAMPUS

l*riiii|>in<I Afiaiii!

Aha! Artist .

.

.

Mow

Slu(l\

.

\\

Hoi

l>\

.

.

.

.

I'eani

.

The W .

.

lii-

Wlial

.

Throufih

\ illafie

.

Love lo

Koiiieo!

Stroll

iiiiifi

.

.

Work?

at e

Looks

.

.

l«MCslin<i

.

LIFE

.

.

.

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LIFE

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CAMPUS

^'here

Am

I?

.

.

.

Here Conies Pete

.

LIFE

.

.

Such Childishness! .

.

.

.

.

.

Another

Artist

Life

Still

The Tearoom tette. Bless

.

.

.

(^)uar-

'em

.

.

.

En Garde There. Gals

.

.

.

The Ke-

jiivenators

fiifir

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MILESTONES

v/

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HER

CAMPUS

LIFE

Mother of the Preps .

.

.

.

Us

Lost: a

.

They Smile

.

.

Bunny

.

Mm

.

!

for

An Ama3

teur

.

.

Again

.

This?

.

.

•

Ever

.

WHAT

.

.

.

.

"f

Is

Prettiest

and Sponsor

INIascot

..I

Wresllinfi

.

.

Home

f^

\

of

the Preps

I'aur

Miirly-(hw


M

O

I

Why. Mrs. Weedon .

.

.

es

Just Thife Wish.

.

Mr.

Presenting

.

Flowers

You Naughty .

.

at

.

.

Girl!

Lovely to Look

Spring

in

.

.

.

Bviekinghani Barnyard

.

l*retty

.

!

They The Good

.

Aren't

.

.

.

Lairy Appears

Page

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HER

CAMPUS

LIFE

4

in

INIagnolia .

.

.

Swat Thai Bal

.

.

Bloom

Two

.

Ladies

.

.

Smilinji

Attempt-

.

ing to Get a

Eye View

.

W orni's-

.

the Joke?.

Fown

.

.

.

a Pienic

.

.

What's

.

.Off to

Kiddies on .

.

A

Busi-

ness Conference

I'„flr

Mniiv-Thi

'!


M

O

Fri}!!! Hull

:

N

Hartung, Skinner, Gunn, Schaeffer, Crossan, Francis JoBSON, Whiteman, Gill, Gordy, Moore

Hark Row:

The Captlvators Kack luo \cais ago. Irrcsli'il

ilaiicf

in 1935, a

got

iniisiiiaiis

group of some of the \oiing

together and

decided

to

in-

organize a

orchestra for the hetterinent of social Mfe on the campus.

chose Miss Lvdeii and Miss Pulver for tlieir sponsors, lie ilirislened the group "The Captivators." and set out on road to fame. During the year, the band gained quite a repuThcN

I

and played

lation

for a

number

prised of a piano, three saxes. In

l'Âť.'U(

|ihi<c

ill

I

Il was comand a drum.

of social affairs.

wo

violins,

business soared and ihc hand cslahlislicd a ]pcrmaiicnl the

life

of social

W

ard-IJclmonl.

Tlie l'rohabl\ the mosl prosperous \ ear has l)cen this lasl. group has increased in size and now consists of two pianos, three saxes, two violins, a bass, a drum, and a piano accordion.

was imanimousK nameil engagements for which the orchestra has had the pleasure of ])laying have been llie West Knd Men's and Women's Clult dinner, the Fall Morse Show, the Triad-Ariston barn dance, and the KccowasinAngkor show boat. \ ncu plan of entcrtaiiunent has been inaugurated and till' dining room lias been transformed into a favorite dine and dance sjiot on Wednesday evenings, with At the

first

the sponsor.

of the vear Miss Phillips

Some

"The Cajdivators"

Pagp Mnrly-r,

of the outstanding

furnishing the music.


THE

WARD-BELMONT ALUMNAE JOURNAL

MARCH, 1957

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Subscription price, $1.00

a year; single

copies,

30 cents


M

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THE WARD-BELMONT

ALUMNAE JOURNAL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

XXVI

Vol.

JUNE,

CAMPUS NEWS

Number

1957

that she

sci(>nces feels

School Tours Scheduled Willi \\

incifasiiiii

llic

laoilitx

ard-HfliiKinl conliiUK

increasing

Next

^

along

()|i])i)rtiinities

her

l<>

girls

lines.

lliese

\ear. in addition to the snninier world

West

tour, trips lo the

and

Hawaii,

Indies. Sonlli America.

Panama

the

(ianal

he

will

ol-

fered.

Lnliniited cuts will be offered to those

with a

"C"

average, while those with lower

grades nia\ arrange for

but that she

for

who

M iss

work, the

latest

made many

notable con-

modern American music, and her recog-

Tc.yiis Puiieiint Suite, is

work

nized as the

of a master.

MawT. and

of course. Ira\cl enlircK h\ air-

plane, and change to other

methods of

Boston. Chicago, Sun Valle\. and Miami

llic

selected, but

Phe cha[ier-

(la\s.

minor

trips

those

aci'oinpan\ ing

not

lia\e

been

vet

world

the

tour will be Miss Jane Allison, director of the

and Miss Keyes Clark.

athletic department,

ncul\ appointed head of the

lliiglish

(le])arl-

incnt. uill

sail

her intense

Modern Art Planned

Exhihition of I

the

Prlestle\.

art

thiisiasm from

all

dc|)artment students.

of

se\eral

in

world of

novel

|)lan

from New

art.

the exhibition

^

ork. pnicced

Miss

\lar\

Pollard

have several water

will

to Asia,

an-

New York.

and

\tlanlic.

all

New

colorful

Mevrcan

These

The south

Surrealism.

with

reprcsi'Uli'd

scxcial

in

mIiooI. ulll

mark

th<'

in

the liistorx of the Nar-lnillc

\car

lirst

vate ship has b<-en chartered. thai this alone will

one

for all those

make

who

in

which

a pri-

Tlic ^<liool feels

work

is

rather

cspecialK her

Mrs.

I'JIa

|)ainlings.

Miss Ashiroft (iains

Fame

Increasing acclaim has fallen to the

Ptt^r \iii ft Y-Six

from her

vxlll

New

bring her work to

Her

York -tudio.

com cntional.

atniTial

b\

but

charming.

groups.

the trip an enjovable

plan to go.

Marjorie Ashcrolt. one

be

will

pieces of scul]iture

Miss Lucille Smith, wlci the fourth

slighlK

|points

of interest. Iriji.

scenes.

Sidi>

tingi'd

taken b\ airplane Ironi

'rhi> Ncar's

is

Mediterranean.

then around Africa, into the the

is

As

exhibition.

colors as represcntati\ c of her work.

trips will be

I'li-

being jilanned to consist entirely of their work.

through the Panama (^anal to Hawaii,

I'.iirope.

V,.

gaining

have become rather

ahuTuiac

the the

is

\

March

being perfected lor the

Gene

Mrs.

of

directiDU

able

the

iidcr

noted

part\

to

stale.

will

be continued for those unable to leave the

more than two

opus

home

patriotism for her

for

many famous European

latest

this

New \ ork.

to

trijis

at

She attributes her amazing

trans-

success with

Week end

portation.

'J'he

taking a leave of absence

is

has

Ashcroft

tributions to

I5r\n

for

this de-

Cochran.

\ irginia

protracted European stud\.

conservatories.

ones

val-

doulit

After leaving \X\-B.. Miss Ashcroft studied at

girls will,

camjius

most

little

be the next head of

will

partment, replacing Mrs. "Johnnie."

verv

is

of musical

its

tutoring while

sjiecial

traveling.

The

one of

is

uable members, and there

world travel.

(jI

(liTir

l<>

The dejiartment

voice teachers.

2

ol

the

W

lot o(

C. jcll\

and

has consented to show her

to lead a series of discussions

(iauguirs work in Tahiti.

Miss

ard-lielmoiit

Mrs. Jelly

is

on cx-

ccidionalK (pialified for this work, as she has sjKMit several \cars li\ing in

(Jaugims old house


HER CAMPUS LIFE ALU near

Popeete.

mood

proper

Tahiti,

order

in

M.

E. Jensen

it

known

as

l^t.iT

l?hie I5ook.

tiie

interest

ol

\\

have been jirovided be able to

girl will

apparatus, television

and

sets,

order

in

own

her

install

that

r<-duciiig

bars,

am

if

desired, see Kov.

is

and delivered

collected

is

three times daily and twice on Sinidav.

Tidbits

arc

(>ocktail

Lounges which are found

supjilied

ment of each liostess,

aim

is

to perform the office of a refined mother.

She

is

alwavs read\ to

room

lo each

"strait-laeed

Karl Carroll's Vanities, whose

witli

L

.-B.

to ])eruse por-

charge of a

in

is

A

General Information at

Dormitory Regulations l'ornierl\

each

Mail

be

KacI) resi(h>nce hail

N

Household .\pplianees

Book who were

ina\

tions of the

K

I

lurlher assistance

of those

during the vears

()

lli<-

'umiin^hani.

i)ene(it

thirties."

i;et

J

Facilities

be Mrs.

will

1957 Blue For the

lo

Anna Mav Moul, and Mrs. Anne

Tevis, Miss (

N A E

her uork.

for

Other contributors

Hiidolpii

M

of charge

free

the

at

the base-

in

hall.

Adequate elevator

service

Koof Gardens, where Swing IJand

nightly

])lays

availahli-

is

to

Goodman,

IJenny

from

th.'

Jr.'s

eight

until

the students in an\

heijt

midniglil.

way she

During

can.

and the

sex appeal,

evening visiting

tlie

hour she conducts classes

charm,

|)ersonal

in

art of obtaining fraternit\

About the

rilling ring are clustered a circle of

complete

collages,

gui'sl

«illi

These

bath.

are for the use of late dales whose plane con-

j.ins.

Dining

Room

nections are inadequate.

Regulations

Students are requested to have their meals in their

rooms whenever

confusion

possible, so as to avoid

Dnnib-waiters

the dining rooms.

in

are installed in the dormitories for this purpose.

The school maintains a special andiulance service lor girls

w ho are too exhausted, or who have

"hang-overs," which are not conducive tostiulv

.

The infirniarv administers inslani and lo\ing allenlion to such cases.

Dress Regulations Regulation

dr<'ss

for

church and

The town wear

shall be:

A cheerv

t\|ie:

s|iollc(l

or |(laid motif in several brilliant colore.

For the

tail.

willow\

l\|)c:

lo

be kept

maid

Vertical stripes,

a

llallcr

asked not

is

if

diajier-lcngth short?., shoes

is

a formal meal, allilelic

sweater^ or

loco\eran\ imniodol

and

o%crall^

holli

The-

girls

as

are hair-

al

I

in

these lines are alwavs

he licaulv Parlors.

snn-balliing

nM(l<'

open

al

ilial

'):(•()

an<l

lacililic.N

llic

:ir-c riol

(^icklail

\.M. and

cl<i>c

a\ ailalile will

l.oiiii;;c,-

al

'>:(M1

P.M.

dav.

.

suitable and serviceable for concert wear.

(;irls

he

on Sundavs.

on

dis])la\

services

and blockingI

shirts should he dormecl

The

sludenls

necks.

desired.

As dinner

bul

lliorough.

lo reipiire such

rcad\ lo serve

and

and study room.

in the special ki'unels al nighl.

ser\ ice

highly paid sj)ecialists

wear:

bedroom^

single

silting

dressing, pedicuring, and e\ ebrow arching, as

three-inch heels, and ])lumed heailgear.

Apj)ropriate for school

lour

connnon

pets (gold fish ami gu|)|)ies excluded) are

VII

For the short, stocky

of

consist

suites

opening onto

have

loimd

slacks

are requested to wear

rations.

no

floral hair

deco-

I'onics

arc

Mjpplicd

during ^ludx

bureau ililliiuilv

loialcd

iis

lor

llic

hour and a in

llic

use of

^rcncral llvpli,;,

llic

odic.-.

experienced. Dr. IJi/ahclh

/'„«.•

f;irls

infurrMalion Il

I'liillips.

Mnrly.S,;,;,


M

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ALUMNAE JOURNAL I'h.D.. P.D.Q.. R.S.V.P..

W.C.T.U.. R.O.T.C.

D.A.R.. and N.K.A..

!,.•

«ill

As the adminislraticn ness

fzlad to assist.

is

feels tliat ol'len iinliapjii-

caused b\ uns\ mpathetic (pott\

is

There

su|)phed.

Conciiajilugs,

is

who

a corps of liighl\

trained

gladiv insert these hand\ is

innocently wrajiped

arms of Morpheus.

These trinkets are

(h'vices while the victim in the

room,

)

schoolmates, rubber ear-stoppers are

suite, or

considered the proper headgear for such

|ier-

sons during bidl sessions. All

solicited,

and

modern improve-

ol

be dealt with

will

in

her kiddies. little

and lulls them to sleep with songs from he "Rroadcasl of 1931": indeed, she is a

child I

among

\eritable Florence Nightingale

her

little

brood, and children "cry lor her."

Misses Covie and Hoffman, busily engaged research,

the better to clear their foggv brains. last

book, Psychologiail

If their

canw^dnd Hon- Thcv

fJ

any indication, both

is

in

have interred thema cyclone cellar in Western Kansas,

psychological

(ircn:

order.

among

her philanthropic work

K\ er\ night she goes to the bedside of each

selves in

suggestions in the wa\

ments are

Mother Virginia Cochran, of the Temiessee Orphans' Asylum, savs that her one jo\ in life

ladies are

headed

for a successful career.

ABOUT EM

BITS

liaker and Allison ha\e just moved new quarters, and are very proud of the modernistic fixings. The Madam Zeb-Zeb Sport and Yarn Store already has a distinguished clientele. Madam Paker supervises the sports clothes, and Madam Allison, the yarn

Mesdames

into their

High School, .lane (bauble,

who

'37

eloped several months ago

well-known Australian brushman,

with

a

now

suing for divorce on

The

sujiport.

charges

once-thriving tennis racket busi-

ness seems to have gone to the

bubb\

to said

is

non-

of

department.

If this

College, '38

in line.

and Josie

.lanie

stiff bit

Their

Phillips are running ipiilc a

Alma Mater. Young Ladies is

of competition for their

Fhillijis"

Academ\

for

recei\ing admirable sujjporl from the upper crust.

It

seems that the dignit\

etiquette taught there

is

successful,

is

bowwows, due

using the stock to keep wifie

's

neyv shop

the ladies plan beginning a world-yvide chain.

and

social

quite, quite suj)erior.

who was always Crossan came to iheni, is now time while genius burns. The

and Benedict, those little reformers, have made tlieir mark on the yvorld. Reduced to the utmost penury", they were forced to obtain remuneration in a burlesque show. But their ethereal beaulv and classic art have skyrocketed them to Radio City. Come, come, girls, tell us your secret. Piitlerlield

Kitl\ Crossan, the gal hi'r

bridges before she

away her news item relates her

fiddling latest

tans newest night club.

Manhalknown as the

exploits in

She

is

iemale Hen Hernie. but refuses to lake

cigar

u|>

is

living

her half-breed husband in the mountain

laslnesses of >iew Mexico.

tific

"Pig-Woman," but

circle as a

She

is

in the

known

locally

higher scien-

"]jhenomenal find."

Her

dig-

gings have unearthed relics of a ])re-Paleolilliic

She

minds, and the careful building of \oung bodies uilh, of

all

Her project

things, tennis!

Peggy last

is

a

They

Mrs. "Shijtwreck" Kcll\.

Bank's

fIag])ol<"

in

is

at

She has noyv become

turing a partner act alop the Tulsa.

arc

I'irst

now

fea-

National

the two can last

If

out this week, the world's record will be broken.

When

shvly replied.

She s])ends nine months of the immersed in formaldehyde and bones. When asked what he thought of his wife's activity. Chief Hureau Drawers replied in his inimilalde coinl)ination of guttural and nasal twangs, "Ugh."

so matter of fact,

Weir, usually

"uj)-in-the-air."

year

\ilirly-i:iiilit

sujiervising the

Itelieves in the psychological training of voinig

civilization.

I'dfic

now

cational s\stem of Dallas.

College. '37 Mrs. \Iar\ (Pollard) IJureau Drawers

as the

is

latest in [)re-school establishments.

success and bids fair to revolutionize the edu-

smoking.

willi

Mar\ \ub\n Toyvnsend ycr\

quizzed as to her

"My

happiness of the kiddies the

air.

training.

home

life

Mrs. Kelly

only qualms concern the (7)

while yve are in

Nc\l year we expect to begin their \\

<•

feel

that

this

create world-uidc inlerest."

family act will


HER

CAMPUS

LIFE

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Fag Day Fag Dav was old girls will

that

famous dav

and mild torture

thev think

next?

u|j

campus

of glee lor the

lor the

W

new.

Ingenuities

carl\

the morning babies crawled

in

on their hands: and foolish

hat

girls

(?)

knees repeated houriv. "I'm a Tri

were

K

on their

K

born.

Almost evervone bore

stretched to the utmost on this day so that

I'm a Tri

gunny sacks and

throvighout the day fearful lipstick brands on

resulted

in

a few turns of the paintbrush

frogs,

and paper cleaning bags

covered with a lew

of

frills

eyebrow

turned miraculousK into owls.

/

(.mill, „f F.

/•.

I'iriilfs

U

Muiih K.mlv

Srnv

.

I

n<ml

.

-II lutl

.

.

when

relievedly into

Tidhv

Judy t<i

Mess

In:'"

bed

.

.

day was a com-

the pledges at last tumbled

— tired

Scatl of ilw V. L.'s

a Oii,;r liini llw Fnifi

Lads Marching

I'aur On,- llnndn;!

All in all the

their foreheads.

plete success

pencil

All over the

„itinn J„,

lo

bred." etc.

.

I.

.

.

.

and

(.Vn

K.'s

fairly

happy.

Inti-Pnn Frrnrh

Siiil,,,


CAMPUS

HER

\o'

hiilhiiils

,li,-l

K\

l,i

ll,l„„l„ih

.

O'.ii,,,, .

LIFE

Ih.'I.C/sCal Minhlv linr I,,,- lliu.ri.lrl-. Il,u,' \. I.. I!„l,ir^(:r„„linnl,„ Ihr I irsi liinr Ilunnlr-s .'. Oiils l'„„s<- <„ MassiH„ll„;Mivr,l (,,„„l, I luiir'i's Cfitiiiji liciuly III Slrji Oiil )aiii .

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Cllrss Is lictUT f„r Tlini-

.Ignm's

I'diir

Onr

Ihiniln;!

One


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George Washington

N

s

Birthday For one

niglit

tieorge

and Martha Wasliington came back

ruled over their court in

who were

wise choice of the two

22

tile

wav

in

Ward-Belmont.

Hall to

tlie

manv

vears and has

dance makes

a colorfid

(lavs of chivalrv

become an

Page One lliimlml

It

down

the stately stair-

Later on they danced the graceful

dining room.

This tradition has been carried on life.

The

tliose

olden

integral part of the scliool

pageant and carries everyone back to

and courtesy.

Is tlw

On March

elected bv the student bodv.

minuet before George and Martha. for

and

Everyone was pleased by the

Seniors in lovelv colonial costumes walked

"Rec"

to life

S,mi„rs Ihinrr

llir

Crcrfiil Minitrl


CAMPUS

HER

.l„y,u- (.Vn/r,

«.s

\l,„llia.

\h,ij„rir Li.u .lsl„roJl.i,s (,•„,

f!.:

I

hs, nul

ll„

>/„„>

LIFE

,„

/v',,,

,„/,„„ //„

I'nm'OiK' Ihinilrr,! Ih,


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Senior^ The only day

in the year

when

— Senior-Middle

the early morn-

ing bell produced instant and amazing action

was Senior-Senior-Middle Day. On the very dot of 7:00. girls poured madiv out of doors witli their class colors over their arms and flung them wildK on all visible bushes, landBreakfast was the scene scape, and pebbles. of great hilaritv and all the girls \elled their loudest.

N

Day

The events

of the afternoon were the tennis matches which the Senior-Mids won with Grace Benedict beating Anna Mav Moul; Aiibvn Townsend and Dottie Bell beating Marv Griswold and Barbara Moore; Bettv Rve and Susan Norris defeating Lois Whiteman and Bets Dot\ and the water polo game which the Seniors won 36-8. ;

That night

at dinner

Mr. Benedict announced

the final scores for the vear and pronounced

came ihe parades ol the two The Seniors surprised evervone with

Afterwards classes.

parade full of Roman senators and conquered Gauls (Senior-Mids). Even Cleopatra appeared to entertain the spectators. Then came the Senior-Mid parade a

Roman

(Seniors)

with clever skits representing threats to the

These were followed bv hordes of

Seniors.

Senior-Mids

carrying

balloons

colored

the Senior-Middles the victors:

5

Parade

5

Challenge

Answer

5

2

Season cheers

1

4

Cheers on SeniorSenior-Mid Day

2

1^2

Dining room decorations Campus and Buildling Decorations Pennant

and

singing. 1

The

rest of the

inent

games

from the score,

fall

.3-2;

dav was spent

in

all

in

playing lourna-

the sports.

Carried over

5

and winter sports were the hockey

the basketball score, 11-9; and the

bowling score. 521-479;

Senior-Middles

liors

5

5

Baseball

5 5

5

ning 35-13 and the archery with the Seniors

5

Water polo

the baseball

favor of the

Yi

llocke\

The events of the morning were game with the Senior-Mids win-

Senior-Mids.

in

'A

Basketball

Bowling Tennis Archery

all

1

winning 891-736.

5

35

331/2

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will

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and jenels Tiiis. iHN

lii-arlifs. \1 ids

Shades of

Silver

look

flhests

of

ihe

Senior

fiirls

ihal girls'

lie

and

.

.

.

miiiiev

Hones. Jim

I5ill

in

were

(wace

will

the

form

l)\

jiold

trip to

he an

\1

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the

speakers,

ad\ anlajiconslx

])laeed

IJeriedicl.

on their il

issiird

Seniors for ihcir annual ban-

and piece- of

the lahle-.

it

I

charge

ii'>l"I

tree-,

lo

piniles

was the hold iinilalion

lo

(|uet.

all

I'rcustirc Isldtul.

ditriiiil

tiidore.

ihe Senior-

palm

isixiiiiiila to

1 1

iibcrc there idll he

under

were sireun ahoul on ihe loasl mislre>s. look

I'reasure Island

unh»r}j,cl lahle

|)arl

and sau ol

the

memories.

(;ih(:k lli:M;i)irr, 'I'mislmistif

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May Day At some lime in

college

Maid

the

in

her

girl

life

it

wants

or Prep Maid.

is

the court

All the Seniors

Ma\ poles

dance perforuK-d

(),„

Queen.

b\

ambition to become a queen

\ext best

st\le

is

one of the greatest opportunities of

dressed in soft floating dresses of in

concludes

the

festivities

A

llumlml

lAfiln

Cmrlnilini!

I

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llir

\/-n

/.../.•

colors

form

dances.

x411

all

various special

decorated with their own colors.

experts

being College

is

of being considered regal and of getting to

large

Ma\pole

on the green

ard-Behnont.

riir

l'„lir

girl's

before which the girls perform

the clubs have

\\

May

to be

The honor

ride in the carriage in courtl\

the vear.

usually a

Diin,

of


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LIFE

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SCHOOL GRADUATION

HER HIGH

\rl/r Idirunls. Miss

Cnr,

Junior-Middle Class The

Junior- Middle Class meetings liaxe lieen held e\ei\ de; naled Tluirsda\ in the high school lil(rar\. the president presidi

The Junior-Middle

Class Recognition Da\ was lield in <iia| Edwards. Catherine Crossan, IJeweih na (iranherx. Jndilii Da\is ucre lh<' speakers. Mr. HenedicI recognized clas>. Ill March a cliapel service was conducled li\ llie cl \elle

;

uilh Ih'len Iriedlandcr

The most outstanding parl\

Ma\

he chosen speaker.

cxcnls of ihe >ear have heen the Juniors, ihe lea dance in Recreation Mall (he adminislralion. and ihe exiensivc plans

given h\ giv CTi

I

li\

social

graduation. riic class colors are l)lue

Hc

I (i(l(i\

and white, and ihe

I'niudlv. uilh inir coliirs uliilc

Our

liivdhy ire /ilcdiic to you

To

II

class scjng:

Jltiiitir-Middk's cdiiic hc/nic

uril-licliutiiU Hi'll

hi'

mid

\(iii

lilm:

jiiri'vcr.

lni<\

l.lrnrlhnii (.itiiihriy. Cilhrriiii- Cnissiiii.

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MILESTONES \ A I.ERIE

AXTELL

NtsHvir.i.E. Ten.vesski

Triad lUilh

s,/,,,,,/

C-rtiJimle

Betty Blackman High School

Coriifia

Blaff. '37.

-N

A> Martin Ulackivood Triad

High School

Certific,

Jeanne Brady LOLISVILLE, KeNTUCIvY

High School

Cerlific.

Letitia Breese Hamilton. Ohio X. L. High School Ccntficau il anish Cluh. Ba»eball Va Ac live Member Albielic Cl. tion.

•36;

Student Co

Betty Brewer Del Vers

High School

Certificale

Jean Marie Burk Angkor High School

Ccrlifirnlr

ni.er Pen-tafT, '34, M.S.

Ire.,-nrir //^,./...^

»i|^.

'.(b.

Anckor Club. Stair, Hockey

Member Ath-

\.iive

\«s..,ialion.

'.16,

-37;

71.1 .Srair. '37.

Emilee Burnett FFERSON ClTV, MlSSI>ll

(;iec

High School Club. '37.

(

vrlitic

I>a«hece Lee Butler Ski.fridge Field, Micaii;*N T. C.

High School

CiTlificalc

rlivc Member Athletic Assoalion. PeuBtafT. '34; President enatafr, '35; Secretary Junior '36; laBS. Member Athletic

BBociatinn

Board. Hyphen

Jean Campbell F. F.

Jane Cauble .^|^sTO^-SALEM, N, C. Peiila Tan High Scliiml f.rrti/icolc

Page Onp

Humlml

Tuetvc

Mahy

1'ayne Claxton

Clarksville, Tennessee Tri

High School Glee Club,

'37.

K Certificate


SCHOOL GRADUATION

HER HIGH

Carroll Cole Nashville. Teivnessee Ecoowasin Hiilh Sriwal

Cnificnte

Mciiilicr PciiatufT. 'il. 'SS. '36, \ icT.Prosiilent I'cnBlafT, :Ui; Prosidriil PeiiBlafT. Secrclar> K,-,-.,»a«iii Cliih. •37. '.(7;

M MO

llifil,

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il)I.KM

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Crlifi,,,!,

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ah s,h,.„l Cviiiju

Lucy-Allen Doyle Callatin. Tknnkssee Arislon

High Srhnol C<Tlifi,Mc

DllKOTHV Kv.4NS N >-MMIT,i:. lENNESSEE Arixton llifh S,h,ml O-rnJicate

Arislon

\i.r-Prp»i.lrnl

Cluh.

3(>; PrrM.lrnl Ari»l.,ii Cliili, '37.

Rachel Farris Jashville. Tennesse EifO«a«lll lliiili

>,;,„„/ Cni/i.nl,-

Helen Kassel Friedlander CkoRKU

\ »ll>e)^T*.

A. K. Iliitl,

>./i„„/ fcrlijirmr

PrnslafT, '37.

Florence Gabriel Old Hickohv. Tennlssek I'ria.l lliiil,

>,7i,„,/

(

,riin,„ir

Ann Caroline Gillespie Nashville. IE^^EssEE E.c,.wa,in llifh S,lw„l C-rnfirali-

Penslaff. Aelive Mcinlicr Allilelic

ABH..c-ialion.

'Sd.

'37;

llixkrv Var^ln. Ml.; Si-cr.-tary IVilMafr. ;/v,,/„vi

Klaine Haile

.Siafr. '37.

Nashville, 'I'ennessise Ei!<-i,wa»iM //l>;i S,l,o„l Crrlillr.ilr

PnlHlafr. \„-r

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II

'3r>.

Ml,: Wiiin.-r \r,

1

\lhlrM.' A.ko

MIIIKMXIKI

T. C. Ili/flt Schfiril

Crrtificatr

I'nfir

Frances Harper Tri

K

llish Sclwiil Crrli/,,,

Onr

Ifuntirrd

rilirtrrn


M

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S

ONES Ari.ene Hoier Chicago. Illinois Del Vers Hifih School Cerlifiral,

H.K-key Vareily. '37.

Nancv Houghland Anekor Hifih School Certificate

Ki.izABETH

Morton

IIo«ELL

lli^li .r.-l;iri

Sriwnl Cmificale \li=k..r Clul). '37.

Lelia Carter Jesse Nlttsvii.le. Virginia F. F. Hifih School Certificate

Bernice Kaplan

}lifh School Certific.

RiTH Marie King High School easurer

Certificate

Sophomore

Class. '35

PoM.Y Ann Kneur 1)1 s MOIVK-. loWl A. k. Hifh School Cerlificale

live Memher Athletic Ae. lion. Varsity Baseball Tea

.Marjorie Lotz F. F. Hi>;i School Certific,

man \

iR(;iNiA

N

Clul.. •36.

McCleixan

1-.IIV1I.LE,

TENNKSSIili

Angkor Hifih School Cerlificale

Vice-President Freshman Cla "3 1;

Tn

Anskor

Clul).

•36.

Mary McConkey SoiTH BENn, Indiana Pcnta Tail Hifih School Cerlificale PcilBtafr.

1,(11^

II,

Ph^p On,' Hiindml Fourteen

Nkiik

Hsphei,

.Stafr. '37.

M KKKS

gh S,:hool Ccrlijicou

Jbanette Olliver Nasbville, Tennessee Triad High School Certificate French Club, '37.


HER HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

Kmii.y

Donelson Payne Tknnesskk

N,Mivii.i,E,

Triad //,>;.

OrnfirMr

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High

Srli„.,l (rrnji,,,!,-

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PoKTIA

\\

ITIIKKSI'OON

Phillips \. Ilii:h S|iiiiii>li

I..

S,li„„l Ccrlijicolc

('.lull. "111. ":i7.

Eliz.4beth Eathebly

Pinner .NiSHVlLLE. Tennessee Triad Hifii School O-rlificnlc

Draniali.- Cluli. Iriail Cluli.

Mk

Treasurer

•.!?.

Dorothy Ann Proctoi N

(-.iiviLUE,

Tennessee

Anskor High School

C.cnilicalc

PenBIalt. -.V.'.: Presidcnl ClaBB. '36.

Jiiiii

Harriette R. Slote iNew York.

New York

F. F. Hig)i School Ccriificoic Glci-

man

Cluli. Frenoh Cluli. '37.

Club, (ier-

Marcia Smolian Birmim;iiam. Alabama P.-nIa Tail

High

.\line

(.Tiilicoic

>./i...,;

Smoot

\V00I>BURV. Tl'.NNKSSUK

High School

r.criijic

\ll H

CI,-,-

Si k \i\\ i.ou INasIIVH.I.K.

Till

lil

\

Sin

III

High >./ CI. ill. MT.

(

/

II

ci:,/i,

I

iKNNEs

Tria.l

High School

Ccrlific,

IVn-lnff. '.n.

.Tank \ am:k

\V~MM1

1,1

.

] l,SM...-l,l:

High Pcn-lalT. Cla... ••11:

>,;„„./

<

rrlificolc

I'r.-.i,l,-nl

Miiili

Sludcnt

Fr,-.lim, Ki-pr

.S,-li.,..l

«;nl.ilivr „.l C.ulH-il. Pr.Kil.ir. •-17.

I'npr (hir

Hundred

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M VRTHA W ADE \

tSH M.Lf

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Te> NESS

An fkor II mil

Sr/i,

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r>r tifiru

Margierite W am.ace Nashville, Tennessee EccowaKin High Srhool Cerrificate Bowlinp Var.it>, A.livr Mpni lifr

Alhlelic A.S.Miati..n.

I{kb\ Jean W hite W »~HlV<.TON. D. c. a. k.

S,hu„l C-niJhialr

II, nil

;l.c

unior-Middle

dull.

:!7.

Poem

EAIBARKMENT llic irnlcr lav like crinkled, black moiree.

hat glistens softly in a silver light.

I

So II

still

ith

Its

and

If

sound or motion

let

hetrav

shadoH-footed slipping far airav.

•So tr(in<jitil i

silent that soft-stealing night

scarce a

lav the channel that

icell

shif) glide easily toirard the distant ith sicift

Thus

ehh tide

and

full

might

hay

curved sail upright.

like that peaceful cove has been the

span

Of years we've passed through school uith little thought Or care. Our courses have been laid to plan. Before,

ue have

And now,

not (/ueslioned

have not sought.

unchartered seas an' beck'ning

can

H e venture forth unaided and untaughlY

LAWRENCE BUTLER /V/^r <hti7

Hundred

Sixteen

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HER

COLLEGE GRADUATION

Ldiin, M(,r Carpmt,',-.

\lls-,

(ritaiuu-ll

The Senior Class ^ eek

was llic first tiling thai ilaiiiiiMl tin- atti'miori ol' tlic class after tlie new girls had heen settled h\ their older listers. tn Sundav was the eoifee: on \londa\. the Recognition ol the

Senior (

Seniors: on Tiiesda\. the hancjuet: on \\ednesda\. Senior clia|.el: on Thnrsdav. the tea: on Frida\. Class Heeognition l)a\ on Saturday . the dance. Senior-Senior-Middle l)a> was the higgest athletic e\eTil of the season. Tlie Senior team nienihers were known li\ their m-IIow The lnsl> elieerer> wer<" charaetcri/.ed shorts and white shirts. :

1)\

their white raincajies

and

sailor hats.

the parade of the Seniors in their solt |ia>tel shades in rainbow arrangement made tiie da) esjteciall) lovel\. At the end of the \ear came Step-Singing to sadden the girls as tlie\ realized how soon the parting \Nonld l)e.

On Ma\ Da\.

Ojjucrs Lai k

President \

iee-Presi,lent

.

.

^

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\

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f. viii'KNTKIt

\1 UiKi. Itivi

.

kmvn i""'

Secretary

\ iiÂŤ-i^'

Treasurer

" ''i^i^ii ^^' JoSKI'lllNK \kii.

Day

Sliiilent

I

'*'

Treasurer

irfiiuia

U

lair. Kail,

I'iuLIhuu.

J.,-..i,I,,

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Taee One

llua.lre.l

Se


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S

N

S

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Jane Allison St. Louis.

Missouri

K

Tri Physical Education Diploma

Member

Active .i.,li..n.

Athletic A.sso-

General Manager Ath-

\^^„ciation, \,,r~in. -36. '37;

l.ii,

1,.

'.37;

Hockey

Second Bas-

Jane Elizabeth Anglin

Baseball Varsity. '36.

Grayson. Kentuckv Gc

Penta Tau Diploma, Expression

lerol

Cenificale

Tau

Seer elary Penta

Club. '37

Margaret Baker Armistead Birmingham. Alabama Tri Active

Member

ciation.

'36;

K

Athletic AssoTreasurer Tri K Club. Athletic Association Hvplu-n Hoard. Staff. Glee Club. -37.

Marjorie Lou ashcroft S ULPHUR Springs.

Texas

Penta Tau General Diploma. Riding Cerlificale

President

Hyphen Athletic

Tau

Penta

Staff,

Club,

Member

Active

Association,

Choir,

'37; Math Club. '36. '37.

French Club. Glee

'36;

Club.

Marjorie Jane Aston ROL

Ml F. F.

Genera/ Diploma

Glee Club. '36. '37; Club. '37; Math Club.

Fren '36.

Eleanor Bailey General Diploi Vice-President Arist French Club. '37.

Margaret Baker ViNCENNF.s. Indiana X. L.

Louise Baxter

Vice-President Tri K Club, President German Club. AthAssociation Board. Second Hockev Varsity, French Club, '37; "Y" Cabinet. Swimming Varsitv. \r.li.r> \',,rMlv. Glee Club. -M.: II-.I.I,.-., Staff. AcVilil.iic Associative Miiiil.,, letic

tion, \\or,l,~Miuli. ((,. -37.

VIary Elizabeth

Bledsoe ASHviLLE, Tennessee Triad General Diploma

Eva Fairi

I!

\x

Hoyd

VCHAEL BrAUER ISKEVIM.E. Texas Del Vers

General Diploma tor Chimes. Hyphen Staff. Member Athletic A. live

Allie Lou Broderick

Mo

Mil

F. F. General Diploma. Kiding

Page One Hundred

Cenijicali-

Eighteen

Vice-President F. F. Club, '37; French Club. '36. '37; Active Member Athletic Association, '36.


HER COLLEGE GRADUATION Mary Elizabeth Brown T. C. Expression Cenifival*' President Florida Club. '37.

Kathryn Brown

Virginia

\. Ciirrnl r;,sur<T \.

I,.

I,.

lli,,l,.ma

Club- \rl Club.

Anne Wandelohr Browning Lees Summit. Missouri Anti-Pan Plana Cenificale Glee Club. Spanish Club.

Hyphen

':!?

Staff, '36. '37.

Martha Lynde Browning EES Summit. Missouri Anti-Pan ^.enernl Diploma. Piano Certificate

surer Anti-Pan Club. Gle

Mattie Katherine BUMPAS Triad F<n„ls

and Nutrition

Dipio,

Betsy Longwell Burgess Oil City. Pennsvlyama Del Vers General Diploma French Club. Spanish Club. '3b Treasurer Del Vers Club, Pho lographic Editor

MlLESTO>ES

•37.

Mary Ethel Byrne Dallas. Texas Anti-Pan General Diploma. Expression Certificate

Proctor Fidelity Hall, '36; Glee '36, '37; Circulation Club, Manager Hyphen, Art Club.

Ella Marie Cain

.Secretary Athletic ABsocialion. '37.

Sulphur

Si'Rim;s.

Texas

Penta Tau General Diptiima. Art

An An

Club. Club.

':tli;

\l,,-l'^,^i,l,.ut Club. '37;

Ir.i.ib

Math Club.

'31).

'37.

Betty Deane Capps Costume and Commercial lllns

neral Diploma. lign

J

tration Certificate

Minnie

\\ in<i>-

<

Ahihh

i.

l-iann l>,,don

Daktiia .Iennettk

Carver Nashville, Tennessee Triad General Diploma

Nancy Catherine Cheatham Expression

Certifi,

l'„fir

Oltr llutltlml


MILESTONES Beverly Chescheir I.OLISVILLE.

KeNTUCKV

Del Vers

Margaret Keyes Clark Louisville, Kentucky Osiron General Diplnma Editor Hyphen. Frenih CUili. W.irdBmilh. Mh. -HT; Wv.

:t7:

Iiheti Slafr. •)(>.

IRGIMA Elizabeth

\

Cochran Mavsvillk. Kentucky X. L. General Diploma. Vaiee Cer.ijicate

"Y." '36; Cernian Seen.! Vice-president

Seirelarv Cluli.

"Y". 30.

•37: '37.

Glee

Chc.ir.

Cliili.

DoHRis Ellen Cole Harlan. Kentucky

An Art Cluli.

Cenificale

-37.

Janet Rosaline Colli NGS Midland. Michihn Del Vers General Diploma.

In

Lydie Virginia Collins

Cenificale

Art Club. '35, '37; Art Kdif.r Mii.KsTONE-,. French Cluli. IVc.si.lcnt Mi.hijian Cluli. '37.

ONCA City. Oklahoma F. F.

Ge

erol

Diploma. Expression Cenijic

President F. F. Club, Ac Member Athletic Associat French Club, '37; Secretori F. Club, '36.

Doris Cook Columbus, Ohio Del Vers inl Cerlifieale

Del Vers

Mi'RL Moselle (:lul>.

CoPEL.^.ND Dalton. Georgia Penta Tau General Diploma Proctor Senior Hall, Vi president .\lhletic Associati French Club, '37; Active Mt ber Athletic Association, '36 '37; Second Basketball Vat •36.

.IaYNE \

.

COYLE

coNOMonoi:. Wisconsin Penta Tau General Diploma isurer Penta Tau Club, iiisli

Club. '37.

Lenora Crossfield GniFKlN, Georgia /(,mic i:,on„„ \rl

IU;tty

r.oi

Club.

:iT.

DviiKV Ml

a. K,

General Diploma. Expression Cenificale

President A. K. Club. Club, French Club. '37.

Page One Hundred Tuvnty

Ar

Marion

L. Doerrer Westkield, New Jersey

Osiron General Diploma. Expression Cenificale


HER COLLEGE GRADUATION

I'.i.izMiKi

Dinv

II.

II

INmii-m.x

III.

I

D.I V,T, <:,'n,;,il l),j,l„m,i

.•^e^^elar^ I.all

,ts CImI..

\

I),-l

Varsln.

'

lli;

IV,-,i,l.

\.r-

Presldeill l),l live Menil..r

I!.,-.,-

CImI..

Cli.l,.

\,

-

\.s,„i„.

\ll,l.li.'

lion, '37.

Dll \ KlirVKT

1*111. 1. V

Tr.aMir.r IV,.,

ll-ir,.,,

l-r.ii.h

I,, r.

Cli.

Cli.l..

I

M7.

C.l.il..

Ele.\NOR E.4RLS

Jane Catherink Edgeri.v Petersburg.

St.

Fi.ohii.v

Anli-Paii

Cni-ral Dipl,m„i lh,,l„„

'...".-.

'

«.;

Si,,rr, 11,1,1,,,,.

i;.lii.,.

i"i

I

\1.-..,1.,',-

I.-.-

. I

EdiAc-

I

\»a,.cia'37;

\Tlil.i,.

\ar-.u.

1.1.,.,.

li..,..

\„,„-iate

\--

....I.

\\..r.lM,.illi. -HI.. -37.

DoRoTiiv Lo\ E Elliott Kentucky

Le.kington,

F. F. C,m,-ral

Diplnma.

£>;>/.•><;,.«

Il,,,l,.„,„

Jane Elliott New Mexico

Raton,

Del Vers Exprpssion CerlijUntf

Mcmher

n-

Il..,k,-1

.....

Jeanne

FaoeriserIj

lhpl„m,i

l.,;„T<tl

Fren.li

Am

AlhlelU-

Var«in.M7.

CI.,!., Ml.. '37.

Ann

MiLi)REr>

Nlsinil

M..

r.

I"|(;(;ins

NM

ssi;j.;

Ir,.,,!

(....„..,/ I>i,,l,„„„

Jew N IMIMI

Fleming ,

Tl.NVi s^KE

1..

\.,jk,,r

<„„,r„l Prc-i.kiil IVen.-li

dcnl

lltpl,,,,,,,

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I

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l'l.OM> I

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•!r,a.,.r.T CI..I.. -37;

ll,pl,„„„

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CI,.!..

IV,.,.,!.

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C,


E

O

T

S

M 4RY Ann

N

E

S

Fristoe

xMiKLn. Kentickv

\1

Tri

k

General Diploma

Pembroke

..(tor

rrelary Tri

K

Hall.

'36:

Club, French

Jeanne Gibson Nashville, Tenne_ssee Angkor General Diploma, Expression Certificate

Spanish Club. Me. '37; Dav Student Editor Hyphen. Day Student Editor SIii.e^tonk^, Clee Club. -37.

Gene Gill IUhtlksvilm;. Oklamdmi r. C. General Diploma. 4rt

Certificate i:iee

Club. Art Club. '36. '37; French Club. Staff. T. C. Club. Choir.

Hyphen

President

Mary Griswold Grand

Rapids. Michigan

Osiron General Diploma Vice-president Osiron Club. '36; President Osiron Club. '37;

Hyphen

\1

vKjoKiE Lee

Del Vers General Diploma.

Staff. '36, '37.

Ginn I'iolin

E.MiLV Lilian Hamilton Dalton, Georgia Penta Tau General Diploma

President Senior-Middle Class, Vice-president Student Council, '37; French Club, '36.

'36; '37.

Clara Lee Helbinc San Ancei.o, Te.xas Agora General Diploma

Agora Club.

President

Member

Ad

ABSociali

Athletic

37; Art Club.

'36. '37.

NLiRY ^LicE Herbert Nashville, Tennessee Triad General Diploma Dav Student Council, 2nd Vice-president Day

President '37;

Student Cotincil.

'36.

Elizabeth .Ann iiofkman

(„„,,„/ ll„,loma. l\l.,

Elva Smith Hollins Mt. Pleasant. Tennessei Triail

General Diploma Art Club. Ircii.li Club. '37.

( ill

Mll.dllic

Hon

General llil.loma. ,„,.-.

oral Certifi-

Dinloma K.-nlu.kv Club.

I-M.re-.,,,,,

rcKi.lent re.iKun-r ;l,-,-

I

MII>

Club.

l-r.-n. •3li.

I,

-IT.

Club.

'37;

.\nne Huddleston .Nashville.

Tennessee

Angkor Cenrinl Diploma

Page One Hundred Tu-enty-Tu'u

Archer^

\l.,n,.iir

\llilelic

As-

Bocialiun. \..l..r> \nr-ilv.Viccprcsidenl Seni,.r- \1 i.ldic Class, '36; Active Member Athletic

Association, '36, '37.


HER COLLEGE

GRADUATION

JANE Jackson Da

(Ji;

,

Penia Tail General Diploma

Member

Atlive

Alhletie Pre

'37;

"3h.

ciation.

Georgia Club.

'ST.

Geneva Li;Mr\ Cenernl

.]'

l>,,il,im„

M»b Cbib, \rl Cbib. M7.

Justine James Lubbock. Tkxas X.

L.

X.

Viee-president

Cbib,

L.

Cbairman Y. W. C. A. Membership

Committee.

dent Spanish

'37; Vice-presiClub. '36.

Mary Evelyn Jensen N'a.shhi.le.

Tennessee

Ariston

Cinnnme Desinn and Cummereia Art Certifirale

Art

Editor

An

Milestones. '31. Club. '37: .Mem

An

PreMdenl l.ir

Club.

'3h. '37.

Joan Jobson Oil City. Pennsylvania Del Vera Genera/ Diploma, Piano Cerliji. rate.

Riding Certificale

Secretary Y. W. C. A., Art Club. '37; Choir. Glee CInb.

36.

Emma Jane Jones

'37.

Albany. Georgia Osiron General Diploma

Secretary French CInb, Acti' Member Athletic Associalio '37; Athletic Associatit B..ard. '37; SwimminR Varsit

•36,

Marjory Elizabeth Joyce Jackson. Tennessee Del Vers General Diploma Spanish Club, Art Club, '37.

liKATKICE .Ann Kl.MSEY .Namhii.lk. Tennessee

DdHdTIIV

M

VSON KiNC

Franklin, Tennessee Triad General Diploma Active Miinbcr Alblcli.'

A..-..-

Triad

Club,

ciation.

I'r.-olcnl

'37.

Jkan Lay

\rl

Club.

'37.

Charlotte Lewis Jackson, Michigan Del Vers General Diploma.

An

Certificale

Art Editor Chimes. Art Club, Spanish Club, Active Member Athletic Association, '37.

KOBERTA ArMENTA LuKER Ari>lon

General Diploma

I'lljir

Oiu- llinulle.l

'riirnly-Thrrr


STONES M\R\ McGehee

Nancy McGinnis TutsA. Oklahoma Penla Tau Genera; Diploma, Piano Cerlifirate

Vice-president Penla lau Cbib. Choir. Spanish Cbib. 'liT; Clee Club. '36. '37.

Hetty Martin Oklahoma

li ISA.

F. K.

Diplunta. Expression

ntrril

Cenifirme elary F. F, Club. Spanish

Minnie Maude May Sumner, Mississippi X. L. irst

General Diploma Vice-president "Y." '36;

\liKY Svi> Medearis

(,>iiern(

Diploma

\rl i;lub. -37.

Jane Merrick Delavan, Wisconsin Tri K Physical EJucalion Diploma Archery Varsilv. '3(..

Kkh\ June Meksfei.der

Dm

4HOMA CiTV. Oklahoma Penla Tau

Grn.ral Diploma. Exprrssion

Diploma Treasurer French Clilh, '36; French Club. Treasurer "Y," Itusiness Manafier Milestones,

Helen Marv

Mii.ikh San Antdmo. Ilxis

\1

VRCAUET

Illl.L

M ITCH AM loTTE.

North Carolina

Penta lau Crneral Diploma

Tau Club. '36; Club. '36. '37; Chair.

larv Penta

h

Florence Ann

'37.

Monk

tlHKROKEE. Al.AHAM* X. 1,.

Geneâ„¢; Diploma X. L. Club, Choir Spanish Club. Art Chib, '37 <:lrc Club. '36, '37. Secretary

IIVHIUHA

\loilllK

IsTLn CkoILs.

\l|..~

1

In K lent

Iri

K Club. French

llnrkcv nr

Page One Hundn'd Ttventy-Four

.,1

c ,1,

Varsity,

Fi.b'lily.

(;lee

'37;

Club.

Varsity, '36; M.iiil.cr Athletic AssoUnlu-Hlra, '36. '37.

IL.ckcv

Gene Mix)re Vehnon, Ikxas Anti-Pan Gcnpral Diploma Glee Club, '36, '37; Secretary Anti-Pan Club, '36; Presidenl Anti-Pan Club, French i:iub


HER COLLEGE GRADUATION

Anna May Moul Hanover. Pknnsvi.vama Pbnta Tai in

Crnrral Diplama.

(W,ill,„tr

K.lilor Mil K^T.iNK^. Sr.„i,,l ll...krv \,ir»ilv. -iT: \«s,„-,alr K.lilnr MIIK^TOM.,. Ilrphrn Slaff. Mh; Cliil.. A,li^c

An

Meml.fr Alhlrlif ".)h.

A««o,iali„ii.

:):.

Ki.rzvBKiH Hhou Ml RPIIRKK

7Vw,7.M „,„/ r/..(/„«u

HriK

I'KKRl.

ll,,,l„m,i

M)M>N

)SM1

(

'

lo«»

As.irj i.i-nrrul liipttuntl. Kxpren^iiin

C^r„fi,,„r

Secretary Apora Clul.. '36: Vice president Agora Cliib, '37; Ar Club, '36, '37.

M \TTIK

I'aI.MKH

l.,i„r„l ll,pl„„,„

Nr«»K.lil..r//v,,/„.„.|.,rM |.r.hi,l,nl

Ann

*.«(:.

A.,

\„c.

-.17.

Pastk«>A(:ki M,VM.>OTA

VlR,,,N,,.

licieral Ihplnmi,

Ida Jean Phillips PlNi;nLi,E, Kentucky a. K. Crneral l>ipl„m,i.

In

Orlifir,,,.. .S|.aiii»li

Club.

Club. -Irca-unT A. K.

'37.

Mary

KArllR^^ I'lnii.ip.s Eirom. Mi~M-sM-ri l)«iron

Crneral Diplnma.

An

Ccnifirair

Wee

Club. '36. '37; Treasurer Arl Club. Y, W. C. A. Cahinel. Spanish Club, Choir, Art Cluh, '36.

Anna Mary

I'ierck

CoRsicANA. Texas Penla Tau Genera/ Diplnmu President Student Coumil.

Math Club,

'37;

'36.

\IVR^ I'dI.URI) II»T..N.

Nl« MkM.O

Del i:,'iirn,i

\,.r« ;»,,,/,„„„

I're-i.lrnt S|,,,ii,,l, Cliib. Clia,,cl

Pro, l„r. Choir, \lhleli.

brr

\

\,

.iw Member M7; Mr,,,.

,,,Iioii,

Sp.im.l,

Club.

(I,,!,,

M,,;

(;|,.,.

Ml.. .17.

\I \H(. VHK.I

VnNK

Ciluui,^T,.\.

W

r.i

Itlloll \ III,,

IN

(„.,„•.„; /(,,,/„„,

l're>i,l,„i

Wr.l

Nirci,

Virginia Stuart

roberson Emzavim.k. Ke>ti,k, A. K. Oi-ncrnl Diplnm,,.

I ,„„l^

<„„l

Niuriliun Dipl.imu

I'fifir

CllARr.OTTE KOHINS Nashville, Ten^ess, Anckor f,e,„™( l)ipl„m,l

Onr

Iturulrcfl

Tnvnry-Fivc


LESTONES Anne Rudolph X. L.

An

Cfneral Diploma,

Cmiftcalp

President X. L. Club. Math Club. •,??; Art Club. Spanish Club. •:i6. '37.

Margaret Ann Rust Na.shville. Fuotis

Tennessee

Angkor and Nutrition Diploma

Re(;ina Schatten

Polly Ann Schueizer Nashville, Tennessee Piano

Certificate

Elise Sheffield NASHVILLE. TeNNESSEI: AriBton /V«../s nn,l \l,trili,jn l)i,il,i,

ToiMMiE Lucille Smith Fayeiteville. Tennessee Agora General Diploma, Art Certificate, Expression Diploma

Seeretarv Art Club. Seerelarv Student "Couneil. '37; Art Club. '36.

Eloise Southard DeFuniak Springs.

Fi.ohi

K. F.

Cenrral Dinl.imn

Frances Nelle Storer Agora Piann Certificate (;iee

\Kv

\1

Club.

'3(>.

McHenry

Tabpley N(^M%ri.i,K.

•!

E^^E^~l;E

Triad (.,H,r„l l>i,,l,„nu

Celeste Jane

Throckmorton Manhattan. K\nsas .Vgora

General Diploma, llnrf Certificate

-idem Orebi .

'30.

MaKJOHIE 'rBEADWELL 1)1

TlllUT.

\ll(ll[l.»>

Del \>r» (Jrncrul

Uiplnmn

SnaniBb Club. •M>: Scerelar^ STumisb Club. Active Member Atblclir Assodalion. Art Club.

Antoinette Tull

•37.

Memphis, Tennessee Pag,-

One Hundred

Tmmty

Six

Agora General Diploma, Expression Certificate

Club. Choir. Art Club, Math Club, 'if'. '37; French Club. Proctor Senior Hall. '37. (ilee


HER COLLEGE

GRADUATION

Jean Webster Detroit. Michigan A. K. Gvneral Diploma Secrclarv A. K. Club. Choir. Active Meniher Athleli.- A»«.i'37: liatioii. Art Club, '36; CIm- t.liib. '36. '37.

Jean Harvev Wetterau

Crmnil

l>,,,l„

Lois Virginia

Whiteman t; KEEivwicH.

Connect

Tri

K

General Diploma Prefiident Athletic Assoc hVnich Club. Hyphen Sta (;ief

Club. -36; Hockev

Arti ve

Member

V

Athletic

ciat)ion. '36. '37.

Mary Bond Wilkirson Anti-Pan Grnirol I'Ve'llrll

1

Club.

l>i,,loni,i

'.17.

Dorothy Elizabeth Williams Lebanon, Tennessee Eccowasin General Diploma

Ruth

\\ ii.i.is

Na sHviLi.t. Tennessee Ariston Ge-7e™; Diploma, Piano Cer,iji,a,e

LUCILE WiNGATE OCILL*. GkoRGI* F. F.

Exprpssion Cerlijicatr caKurer F. F. Club. Trca.^. r Alhletic ABBOciation. Acc Member Athletic .ABSocia11.

M argaretmonrok Yager

'37.

0\ F. F.

C

al Diploma, Expression Corlijieale

Ma th

Club.

'37;

(Jlec

Club

•36:;Or chestra, '36, '37.

I'niir

(Inr

I linulrrit

Inrnly-Smn


MILESTONES

B-BEALTIFLL

C-CHARMING

Marjorie Lou AsHCROFT

Jayne Coyle

L-IASIIIONAHLL

(;-(,E\L\L

II-IIIMOROIS

I-L\UIM1)IAL

Minnie Maude

Virginia Collins

Pat Herbert

Virginia White

a-atiili:tic Lois

Whiteman

May

Mary

P^lizabeth KlHS( 11

E-EFFICIENT Sara Reomom)

J-JLST Anna Mary Pierce

K-MM) \I Mf-i I'aff-

D-DEMOCRATIC

One Hundred Twmly- Eight

Im.izvhio

Hrown

L- LOYAL

ALVRY PoLLAHI)

M-M(H)I:KN i'jlevinok

Vandever


MILESTONES

N-\ AURAL

o-oi$i.i(;i\(;

Jane Klliott

Anna May Moul

Martha Jane

W-WELL-READ

x-XEcinivi:

Jean Webster

Peggy Smith

anil

^-^<)i

M

nil

I

Joan Jobson

l'lllM,Tr>:

viti

I,

Pai' 'J'ii(>rnr,io

z-/i;.si I'ui.i.^

I'.wr

i

I

I,

KM;itn Onr

lliiniliril

luvnly-M


MILESTONES

Lalka iMae CaKFEiM'EK

Pane One Hundred Ihirly


3

8

11

1

N

D

INDEX OF INDIVIDUAL PICTURES Alford, Warrene Allan, Jean Mildhed Allen, Jean Ann Allison, Annie Allison, Jane Allison, Margaret Amonette, Virginia

Anderson, Charlotte E Anglin, Jane Armistead, Betty Armistead, Peggy AsHBY, Grace AsHCROFT, Marjorie Lou Aston, Marjorie Atkinson, Ruth AxTELL, Valerie Bailey, Eleanor

T)?

CnHK.

7S

Ci.AHK.

10

37,

(>').

IH

I

7S 32.

r)7

I

2(t. <>'».

I

12

1

18

Bailey, Marya Baird, Betty

65 7'>

Baker, Elaine Baker, Margaret Barclay, Elizabeth Barnard, Mary Kathryn Barnes, Billie Barton, Jane Bates, Becky Baxter, Louise Bell, Dorothy Benedict, A. B Benedict, Grace Benedict, Sarah Bryan

Bennett, Ruth BiossAT,

60. 120 71. 118 25, 32, 31, 35, 57

67 55 70 31, 35, 67 26, 29, 31, 37, 60, 118 28, 32, 35, 48, 60 24. 37. 41, 48, 70, 107. 120 21. 78 32. 67

Nancy

53

Blackman, Betty Blackman, Mabel Blackwood, Nan

30, 75, 100, 77, 117 12 77, 77, 1 23. 63 10 12

I

1

Bledsoe, Elizabeth Blundell, Mary Lewis Blythe, ^L^RY Venable Boyd, Eva Boyd, M arzee BoYER, Florence N Brady. Jeanne

Brauer. Rachael Breese. Letitia

Brewer. Betty

1

67. 118 32, 33. 12. 63

20

Brow NiNG. Marth \ Bryan, Martha Buchanan, Elizabeth Buescher, Genelle BUiMPAS, Katherine Burgess, Betsy BuRK, Jean BURK, J. E Burnett, Emily BuRRUss, Susan Butler, Lawrece butterfield, joan Byrne, Jane Byrne, Mary Cain, Ella Marie Campbell, Jean Capps, Betty Carey, Mary Ruth Carpenter, Laura Mae Carroll, Minnie Woods Carter, Frances Carver, Dartha Casebier, Gertrude

1

1

128

10.

63 10 34. 71. 10 26, 33. 57, 57, 119 1

1

3 77, 27, 50, 26, 28, 30, 41. 70.

1

70 65 67

,

1

10 10

1

12

1

60.

I

Mary

I

I

I

10

63 20, 60, 117, 130 lo 53, 1

7.)

77.

1

)(>KKRER,

Marion

)(II1ERTY, )iieierty,

18 13 I

12

10.3,

18 1

59 20 20 57 30, 70 30, 41, 79, 111 65 63 32. 5

Ethei

II,

1

11

Nancy

13

32, 58, 12!

57 19, 62 73.

1

III

71

65

MO 70

50, 120

1

Dbh

ER.

Leota

II

l)i \

ERNET. Helen ernet, I^h.ly

6,S

Du\

Earls, Eleanor Easterlin. Mary

23,

,32,

63. 121 77,

1

Anne

26, 28, 29. 32. 18. 57. 121 70 __ 30. 75.

Ei>« vRDs, Neli.e

I

Elliott, Dorothy Elliott, Jane

41,

,59,

Ellis. Billifm-:

65

.3.5.

12

Eastabrook. Helen Evans, Dorothy Ew ing, Frances EwiNG, Jean Fagerberg, Jeanne

53 72.

,59

,32.J4. 7,).

Helen

1

__

71

32.

__

Cihrlotte SVNNE llollTENSE

5.

\

I''ran<:is(:i>,

l''uANhl.lN,

K

I'll \zi-;i;.

V

.1

!•;

61 in

53. 9|

Hi iimi)

\ki

6^

\N(;i

''

\rll\IIINE

N

Fiii|.;i>i,VNi.i

NK

11.

'3

26. 31. 31. 53

(1

1,1

M

,53

57. 121 33. 00

FoHsviMK. \m.:k I'os'l l;n. I'ol.lA VNNE

SHIN.

13 11

77. 121 21, 79, 121 57, 121

FoGc;. Si

I''hancis.

13 j^2

Flowers, Hester Flowers. Sally Katherine Floyd. Lois Jkvn FoKKSTKK. M \lf\

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