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SOUTH FRONT


q

q VOLUME TWENTY-FIVE PuLUi-Uedl

Ltf,

Uie Students o^

WARD-BELMONT

SCHOOL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Marion Drodio

Editor Business

Adviser

Veralynn

Misnager

Mai

Flournoy

Erganbright

Van Dcrcn


Every stones

member staff

of

feels

Ward-Belmont

seal

the

Mile-

the

that is

a

living

and enduring symbol of the dayby-day

activities that take

place

on

campus.

is

this

Since

it

our

aim to picture Ward-Belmont

we have embodied the seal in our book; and we hope in this way to reveal its true signifilife,

-^

cance to you.

The 1939 Milestones pictures each student working, playing and living on the Ward - Belmont campus. What have you accomplished this year? Open these pages and follow the parade of the classes during

'39.


ii^M'f /:w. Book

I

ADMINISTRATION Book

II

ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS DEPARTMENTAL CLUBS Book

HI

SPORTS Book IV

CLUBS Book V

FEATURES SPECIAL DAYS

CAMPUS

LIFE

Book VI

CLASSES JUNIOR-MIDDLE SENIOR


DEDICATION

To

PRESIDENT Because

his

ANDREW

unfailing interest

personality,

and

beyond

his

in

his

each

girl

B.

BENEDICT

makes him an ever-loved

deep friendship extends

position as

President.





MILESTONES 0)

u I

MR. Ward-Belmont Benedict for

is

its

ANDREW

fortunate to have such

president.

As the

in

all

the

campus

activities.

BENEDICT

an

exceptional

central figure

only attends to the various duties of the

part

B.

chief

Besides

in

executive,

presiding

nnan

as

Ward-Belmont's

at

Mr. life,

A.

B.

he not

but also takes real

the

birthday

dinners,

cheering at the hockey and basketball games, and attending the social activities of the campus, Mr. Benedict,

in

his

office

in

"Big Ac," welcomes any student

for a conference concerning her school problems.

Page Eight


MISS Always

cordially ready to

EMMA

welcome

every extracurricular activity.

A

SISSON

into her office,

girls

place of an interested adviser to the

I.

girls

Miss SIsson holds the

of Ward-Belmont.

birthday dinners and banquets; an enthusiastic sportswoman, horse show; an interested spectator, she

On

She

is

found at

poised and lovely hostess, she presides over

is

attendant at

pleasant free afternoons she can usually be found

in

all

she judges

the

athletic competitions.

the vicinity of the golf

U z o

course.

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•

THE

1939


MILESTONES 0)

u I h

DR. Dean

Burk

academic

is

known

to each

position, but also

JOSEPH girl

BURK

E.

on the campus not only because of

because of

his

merits recognition as an amusing chapel speaker, athletic

events,

and

a

well

known and

sympathetic to the problems of the For

these

and other reasons.

girls,

Dean

really

he Burk

his official

remarkable sense of humor,

is

hie

an enthusiastic spectator at

outstanding educator.

Always

an efficient and kindly adviser.

has

become

campus and among prominent educators throughout

a

vital

force on the

the South.

Page Ten


MISS ANNIE C. ALLISON Often seen about the campus, though seldom met students, Miss Allison, Principal of the hiigh School,

each in

of

her

girls

as

"Miss

by the college

affectionately known to

Annie." Gracious and charming, she succeeds

carrying out the ideals of the school with gentle dignity.

by name and her interest centers about their

Page Elev

officially is

their activities

She knows the

girls

on campus, as well as

scholastic achievements.

THE

1939

111

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MILESTONES at

o u I

I-

MISS Miss Paine, istration,

who

us

PAINE

has recently resumed her position as a

has quickly

saw many of

ALMA

before we were regularly

continued her interest

member

won the affectionate esteem of each

in

each of our

enrolled

activities.

students

girl.

of the admin-

As

registrar she

and she has since

Miss Paine not only keeps

close contact with our parents, but also acts as adviser and friend to

us,

in

"her

girls."

Page Twelve


Facu

MARTHA ANNETTE CASON Latin

MARY VENABLE BLYTHE

Club and

Graduate Study,

Further

Sight Playing and Piano

Graduate, St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio: Pupil of Von Mickwitz and Harry Redman; Theoretical Courses in Southern Methodist University, University of Southern California, University of Colorado. Sponsor, Texas

BA,, University of Chicago: M.A., Columbia University;

lumbia

Co-

University.

Fire

MARY

Drills.

CAYCE

ELIZABETH

Physical Education

Graduate, School;

B.S.,

Ward-Belmont

George Peabody

College for Teachers. Sponsor.

FLORENCE

Junior-Middle

Day Student N.

BOYER

Class,

Unit.

Student of Music in Oberlin College: Pupil of Signor Vanannl

in Italy: Pupil of MesSales and Bosetti in Munich: Pupil of Oscar Seagle and de Reszb in Paris.

dames de

MARTHA JANE CHATTIN English

Graduate. School;

VERNA BRACKINREED

Sponsor, Y.

Music

Ward-Belmont Wellesley

B.A.,

Col-

lege; M.A., Indiana University.

W.

C. A.

Graduate, Baler Conservatory Flint, Michigan: B.Mus.. Cin cinnati Conservatory of Music Pupil of Mile. Dieudonne Paris: of Isador Phiiipp, Fon tainbleau: of LabunsH, Thai berg, Eisenberger, and Ganz

ANNE CHITWOOD

ELIZABETH

French A.B.,

M.A.,

West

University;

Duke University.

Sponsor,

JESSIE

Virginia

French

Club.

BREWER

Latin A.B.,

Dute University: GraduGeorge Peabody

ate Student,

College for Teachers. Sponsor, Latin Club.

FRANCES Library B.A.,

Missouri

College;

CHURCH

E.

Methods State

Graduate

Illinois

University:

lumbia

University.

Teachers Student,

M.L.S.,

Co-

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GERTRUDE CASEBIER History B.A., Western Kentucky State Teachers College; M.A., Van-

derbilt

University.

Sponsor, Hail Hall. Club, Kentucky Club.

Agora

THE

1939


MILESTONES Facu

BLANCHE HENRY CLARK History

M.A., Dule University: University. Ph.D., Vanderbilt B.A.,

X

MARY DOUTHIT

Penta Tau Club.

Sponsor,

Graduate, School

Head

Department

Voice

of

College

Dominion

of

Pupil

Goodman.

Harold

Mlckwitz. and Sigismund Stojowski; Student, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, University of Southern California,

Von

SYDNEY DALTON L.Mus.,

Ward-Belmont

Music;

of

Lawrence

ot

Music, Montreal; M.Mus., CinMusic;

and Texas Christian University.

cinnati Conservatory of

of

Pupil

Bispham, Max and J. H. Duval; Rafael with Piano

David

Heinrich,

Studied Joseffy;

with

Composition

Rubin Goldmark and Frederick Schlieder. Director.

Glee Club.

FRANCES EWING and Commercial Law

Economics

MARY ELIZABETH DELANEY Dancing

Graduate, School;

Normal

Chalif

Graduate,

Ward-Belmont M.A., Vanderbilt

B.A.,

University.

Dancing; Special School of Student, Emerson College of Dorothy of Pupil Oratory; Norman Cropper, Rose Byrn. Hans Weiner, Perry Mansfield,

Donahue,

Jack

Ivan

Tarasoff,

Albertina Rasch.

Sponsor

FRANCES

FALVEY

E.

Mathematics Hall.

ders

Graduate, School;

B.A.,

Ward-Belmont B.M.,

M.A.,

Southern Methodist University; Further

lumbia

Graduate Study, CoUniversity,

Fidelity Sponsor. Captlvators.

DOROTHY

A.

German and A.B.,

and

DIETRICH English

A.M., Indiana University.

Sponsor, Club.

^

Hall

German Club, Osiron

w

HELEN KING FIDLAR

^n

Clothing M.S..

B.S.,

^^^B

Iowa State Colleg-

Sponsor, Anti-Pan Club.

THOMAS

B.

DONNER

Spanish B.A.,

tl

1

East Texas Teachers Col-

lege; M.A.. Southern University. ist

Co-Sponsor. Spanish

MethodClub.

LUCIE L FOUNTAIN French B.A.,

Barnard

College.

Page Fourteen


Faculty

VERA

HAY

L.

History and English of Chicago; Student, Vanderbilt

University

Ph. 8.,

Graduate University.

FLORENCE

F.

GOODRICH

Education and Physiology

Physical

Hillsdale College: M.S.. University of Michigan; GradStudent, Michigan State

B.S.,

uate

College for Teachers, Palmer School.

Merrill-

CORA HENDERSON Secretarial Training

B.A„

Southern College: M.A,,

George Peabody College

for

Teachers.

GORDON

LOUISE

Art

Graduate School

the

of

of

Fine

New

and

York

FREDERICK ARTHUR

Applied

HENKEL

Arts.

Head

Organ

of

Department

Graduate,

Metropolitan College of Music; Student, Cincinnati College of Music: Pupil of Steinbrecher, Andre, Sterling,

and

Durst.

FRANCES GRAY Art

Tyrol; versity;

7

History

Gymnasium,

A.B.,

Innsbruck,

M.A., New Further New York

York

of

Kiel,

Study, and University

Uni-

Graduate University

Ger-

WHITE

LOUISE

many.

HERRON

English B.S.,

M.A., Vanderbilt M.A., Columbia

versity: versity:

Diploma

Literature,

in

University

UniUni-

English

of

Lon-

don.

NELLIE

GREENBURG Biology

I.S.,

M.S.,

Purdue

University.

lU

z o h

VIRGINIA CARSON HOFSTETTER Assistant .,

in

Vanderbilt

Biology Univorslt

bJ

DOROTHY NELSON GREGG Biology State University of Iowa; M.S., Iowa State College. B.A.,

Page Fifteen

THE

1939


MILESTONES Faculty

W.

H.

HOLLIN5HEAD Chemistry

Ph.e.,

Uni-

Vanderbllt

D.Sc,

versity.

MARY RACHEL NORRIS Psychology M.A., Bryn Mawr College; Further Graduate Study, B.A.,

George Peabody College Columbia

and

Teachers,

for

Uni-

versity.

gifti

MAJOR

NELLE

Mathematics

George Poabody College

B.S.,

for

Teachers.

MARTHA

K.

ORDWAY

English

»#^'

Ph.B.,

CATHERINE Director,

MORRISON

E.

School of Physical Education

of

University

Chicago;

M.A., George Peabody lege for Teachers.

Col-

Sponsor, Triad Club.

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

Columbia Sponsor,

University.

Tri-K

Club,

Heron

FRANCES HELEN PARKER Harp

Hall.

Birmingham -Southern

B.A.,

IVAR LOU

MYHR

English

Vanderbilt M.A., College; Eastland Study, University; Music and Cinof School cinnati Conservatory of Music; Vienna; in lessons Private Pupil in Master Class of Carlos Salzedo.

University; Vanderbilt M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Graduate University Oxford Student, B.A.,

and

Cambridge

University,

England,

and Yale

Sponsor,

Chimes.

University.

DOROTHY

J.

Foods and B.S.,

PAGENHART Nutrition

Graduate Student,

Iowa

State College.

CAMILLA NANCE

Sponsor, A.

K.

Club.

Riding B.S.,

Sargent School of Boston

University. .,r,

Turf

and

Tanbark

ANNA PUGH English

University of Arkansas; M.A., University of Chicago;

B.A.,

Graduate

Student.

Columbia

Further Graduate University; Study, George Peabody College for Teachers.

Page Sixteen


Faculty LINDA RHEA English B.S.,

M.A., M.A.,

Vanderbllt

University;

Columbia

University;

Vanderbllt

Ph.D.,

Uni-

versify.

Sponsor. Senior Class, Chapel Unit.

RANSOM

ELLENE

English

Vanderbllt UniStudent,

M.A.,

B.A.,

Graduate

versity;

Columbia

University,

bilt

Vandorand Yale Uni-

University,

BERTHA M. RUEF

versity.

French Vassar

M.A.,

A.B.,

Dlplome

de

Francals,

Universite

College;

de

Professe-ur

de

Tou-

louse.

Sponsor, French Club, Club. Senior Hall.

F.

F.

VIRGINIA RICHEY Assistant

Graduate,

Librarian

Ward-Belmont

School; A,B., Duke University; Library Science, UniverB,S.,

\i

of

^,ity

Illinois.

A.

Sponsor,

Club.

K.

LOUISE SAUNDERS Assistant

LAWRENCE Head

Theory

of

Department Rhodes

College;

Beloit

B.A.,

RIGGS

H.

Oxford

Scholar at England;

Summer

Chicago

Musical

Librarian

George

Student, College.

Peabody

Sponsor, Arlston Club.

University,

Courses, College,

University

Northwestern

School of Music, and American Institute of Normal Methods; Graduate of American of

Institute

Normal

Methods.

THEODORA COOLEY SCRUGGS English

Wellesloy College; M.A., Vanderbllt University; Further Vanderbllt Graduate Study, B.A..

University.

HAZEL COATE ROSE Piano

H. Sherwood Gunn. Victor Teacher of Piano, Cosmopolitan School of Pupil of William

Glenn

Dillard

Formerly

Heinze;

Music, Indianapolis.

BETTY

JANE SEHMANN

Physical

KENNETH ROSE Head

of

Department

of

Violin

of

Pupil

Z o

versity.

Indian-

Sponsor,

T.

C. Club.

Hartmann, of George Lehmann, Ber-

apolis; Paris;

McGibeny,

LJ

Education

B.S., Texas State College for Women; M.A., Columbia Uni-

of

Arthur

lin; of Souky, Prague; Formerly Teacher, Metropolitan School and Indianapolis, of Music. Concert Master, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

ill

Director, Orchestra.

Page Seventeen

•

THE

1939


MILESTONES Faculty MARY WYNNE SHACKELFORD Director School

Ad

of

Graduate.

Art

Academy

Cincinnati:

B.S.,

University

Graduate,

Cincinnati;

School

Institute.

of

Hf-^

and

Fine

of

of

Pratt

Arts; B.F.A., School of Fine and Applied Art, New

Applied

York and

Director

Paris.

Art

Sponsor,

ROY UNDERWOOD Conservatory and Departnnent

of

Head

Club.

Piano

of

Bethany College; Fellowship Student, Juillard Foundation. Three Years; Pupil of Mollie Margolies, Oliver Denton, Alexander Siloti; Associate, Albert! Studios, New York; Associate Professor of Piano, University of Kansas. B.Mus.,

SUSAN

S.

SOUBY

English

M.A.,

B.S.,

George

Peabody

College for Teachers. Sponsor,

Penstaff.

BERTA

LEE

WARD

Spanish M.A.,

B.A.,

University of Te>

Co-Sponsor, Spanish Club.

mmmmmmBmssmmm

NANCY LUNSFORD SUTHERLAND Assistant

Graduate,

in

Art

Ward-Belrr

School.

OLIVE WHITE History

and

Sociology

North Texas State Teach-

B.S..

College;

ers

M.A..

University

of Texas.

Sponsor,

Senior-Middle

Class.

AMELIE THRONE Piano Pupl

of

Vien na;

New New

Maurice

Aronson

Josef

Lhevinne Stojowsk

of

of Sigismund

Berii n;

York;

of

Harold

Baue

York.

EVELYN WIDELL Chemistry

SHERWOOD TOWNSEND

PAULINE Director,

Graduate,

School

New

of

Graduate. School;

E.-.prcssion

B.A..

Ward-Belmont Vanderbilt

Uni-

versity.

England Con-

servatory; Postgraduate. Boston of Expression; Special Courses in New York. Chicago,

School

and Boston; Special Study England and Germany.

in

CATHERINE WINNIA Expression B.S.,

George Peabody College

for Teachers;

M.A.,

Columbia

University.

Page Eighteen


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College Boarding Student Council EveryIts students with powers of self-government. one recognizes the fact that this campus-elected body of girls is trying to help each student obey the rules and regulations which are essential to any community. This council presents and discusses the rules and privileges for the advanced groups.

Ward-Belmont School provides

This representative

u I

group

to serve on the council

students.

This

is

is

composed of girls from each college unit. To be elected one of the highest honors the school can bestow on her

honor carries with

it

chosen

a certain recognition of the fact that the

dependable and responsible efficient governing body the school girl

is

in

will

order to

merit

such

a

With an

position.

be assured of honor students.

Offi. President First

-

Senior

Hall

Fidelity

Margaret NX^ingate

^.

Grace Catherine

Hall Hall

Chapel

,

.

-

Evelyn

.

Second So

ster

La

and

Baird

Champney

Artabell Elsie

Grover

Jane Knapp

Proctors Sally

Senior Hall

Anna Evans Edith

Hall

Dailey

Helen Jeanne Beaublen

Founders Hall Fidelity

Young

Berry

Hall

Founders

Ragsdale

Frances Peters

,

Alice

Secretary

Hail

Silky

,

Mary James

Second Vice-Preside

Hall

.

,

Vice-President

Sarah

Hall

Elizabeth

Wilhite

Mary Nancy Davis

Chapel

SILKY RAGSDALE. President

At table— Ragsdale, Younc

Evans,

Knapp, Dailey.

Peters,

Wing

Wilhite,

Beaublen, Champney.

Page Twenty


Day Student Council "Hear

Hear

ye!

ye!

Jane Chadwell, college

Hear

ye!

senior,

This council

after lunch with their sponsor. Miss

Mary

will

now come

to order."

Elizabeth Cayce, to try, acquit, or sentence

the day students of both the high school and boarding groups. as serious as think they

sounds.

it

were

If

you notice

|ust several

when they enter

pretty

this

group of

girls

Room

they're

Of

course

in

that

we have

settled that case, council

is

isn't

a

care

in

the world, but

dead earnest about cam-

pus government and keeping the day students on the "straight and narrow."

now

it

out on the campus you would

young sub-debs without

that Faculty Consultation

Yes, that's

She and her council meet every Tuesday

presiding.

And

adjourned for the day.

Offic Jane

President First

Ann Hardeman

Second Vice-President

Frances Carter

Secretary

Nancy Stone

High School Representati\ First

Chadwell

Opie Craig

Vice-President

Margaret Noland

Semester Proctor

Second Semester Proctor

Virginia

M

Sponsor

\

Love Graves

Elizabeth

Cayce

JANE CHADWELL,

President

u z o h u Loft to

Page Tv/enty-One

right— Hardeman, Carter,

F.;

Noland. Smoot, Chodv/oll. Criit,

St^

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THE

1939


MILESTONES 0>

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High School Boarding Student Council Headed by

Elizabeth Gridley, the hiigh School Boarding Student Council

recent organization on the campus, having been started Being elected to serve their fellow students on this council

u I h

and

is

is

this

very

a

is

school

year.

the highest tribute that

by her classmates. She is fulfilling a position of honor and constantly an example of behavior to her fellow classmen.

can be paid to trust,

during

a

girl

The High School Council was originated It was girls their own self-government.

for the

purpose of giving the high school

own

that these girls could treat their

felt

problems more satisfactorily than a group that did not come into close contact with them. It has served as another means to make the distinction between college and high school

girls

clearer and

more understandable.

Officers

Laura

Vice-President and Secretary

Treasurer

,

Underclass

,

First

Phillips

Donna

Schultz

Froctor Heron

Hall,

First

Jane Holley

Semester

Chapel Representative, Second Semester

Demmer

Kathryn

Representative

Chapel Representative.

Betty Caldwell

,

Peggy

Semester

Brov/er

Anne

Proctor Heron Hall, Second Semester

ELIZABETH GRIDLEY,

Gridley

Elizabeth

President

Rolfe

President

Gridley.

Left to

right— Holley,

Phillip

II,

Rolfe.

Page Twenty-Twc


W.

Y.

C. A.

Of

primary importance to every boarding student at Ward-Belmont is the Y. W. C. A. with the friendships which are developed between the girls themIt is concerned selves and a realization of a finer, higher spirit. Every Sunday evening the "Y" takes charge of the devotional services at Vespers and introduces local speakers. Under the direction of this body, a speaker from each hall has charge of weekly open discussion, and in these meetings the students express their viewpoints on serious questions.

The many different committees of the "Y" provide a number of activities for every girl, since various kinds of work are carried on by each committee. At the beginning of school, as well as all through the year, the "Y" sponsors civic tours to acquaint the students with their foster city.

Cabinet Schwab Jane Knapp

Mar|orie

President First Vice-President Second Vice-President

Elsie

arbara Cartwright ...Virginia

Secretary Treasurer

Rebecca

Little

Porter

Chairmen of Connmittees High School Representative

Fritzi

Public Affairs

Lila

Tennessee Children's

Home

Edith

Community Tours Membership Entertainment Junior League Posters Ladies'

Old

Meyn

Mae Banb

Morrow and

Edith Crane Betty Easterly

Kathryne Walsh Jocelyn Ironside

Home

Sally -

,

.

Home

Anna Evans and Winifred Brown June Haldt

Ann Trimble Elizabeth Hickerson

Vanderbilt Hospital World Fellowship Hyphen Reporter

Rosalba Gongalez Sadie Buchanan and Lily Byrd

Suzanne McDonald

Community Work

Miss Martha Jane Chattin

Sponsor

MARJORIE SCHWAB,

At table— Little,

Schv/ab,

Miss

Chattin

ack

rov/— Hickerson, Knapp, Porter, Gonzalez, Crar.,, Cartwright, Ironside, McDonald, Meyn, Banl-.

Page Twenty-Three

H-i'dt,

President

T.lmbl

THE

1939


MILESTONES Hyphen

0)

campus

with pencil, scratch pad, and a frantic look none other than the Hyphen reporters out on an assignment run. Thursday is "Press Day" and the Phillips Twins are kept busy that afternoon looking After the brown paper for the reporters who might dare to be late with an article. "dummy" has been laid out by editor "Junior" Rushton and most of the work proofread and placed, ready for the headline writers to begin counting letters and spaces, then it's time for someone to suggest that part of the tearoom goodies be transported to the Hyphen Office. Oh, the paper is loads of work, but ever so much fun! After a If anyone doubts that just pass by the open door of the office Thursday. trip of the staff to the printers in the station wagon and another thorough proofin the boxes Wednesday after chapel. found Hyphen" is Ward-Belmont reading, "The it's all our paper! Pictures, news stories, features, editorials, and columns

Those

in

0>

u Z h

girls

rushing around the

their eyes are

Staff Marjorle

Edltor-m-Chief Associate

News

Sill

Libby Zerfoss

Day Student Editor

Mary James

Editor

Circulation

Rushton

Bettie

Editor

|^"^'^"

Staff

I

Make-Up

-^'"^

Betsy Von

^'''^'"

Seggern

Staff

Mary Adelaide Hansen, Marian Chestnut, Margery Lawrence, and Mae Stacy Reporters and

Feature Writers

Suzanne McDonald, Edith Morrow, Elsa Lungstras, Marian Dredia, Helen Friedlander, Mary and Lilly Byrd, Mary Ellen Kilfoy, Betty Neisler, Donata Home, Shirley Van Druff, Virginia Maiden, Silky Ragsdale, Ruth Benton, Alice Berry Young, Frances Aldridge, Jean Burk. Edith Crane, Ruby Sagalowsky, Marilyn Reeves, Frances Farwell, Edith Dailey, Eleanor Campbell, Mariam Self, Barbara Cartwright, Margaret Noland, Hortense Kelley, Evelyn Huffman, Alice Mary Drew, Dorothy Hardendorf, Dorothy Kassel Office Help Mary Jo and Martha Jane

f.'APJORlE

RUSHTON,

Seated— E/i'i Standing— Kdss J

,,:

Crar

':

Bur

Phillips

Edlto

,

Phillips, Martha Jane; Neisler. Phillips, Mary Jo; Aldrldg Von Seggern, Byrd, M.: Gill, Morrow, Hardendorf, Ragsd Chenault, Benton, Eustis, Drew, Young, Reeves,

Stacy J.;

ediander, Kelly ss

Van

Derer

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—

Milestones At

the close of every year the girls begin to note the pleasant and memorable incidents that mark their year In school. The purpose of the MILESTONES is to preserve the history of Ward-Belmont for the school year 1938-39 In the annals of literature. This year the staff gives the student body a snappy modern book, full of club, sport, and scholastic activities, plus many snapshots of the playtime and fun here. Putting isn't all play, but the kind of work which makes everyone roll up her sleeves and pitch into the stacks of pictures to be identified, copy to be written, layouts to be planned, and "dummy" to be carefully constructed. Even Every girl on the the dignified editor, Marlon Dredia, has all but lost her mind. campus helps to make up this book, and since there are many different personalities here, the annual could hardly miss being different, vivid, and interesting to everyone. because you helped create a part of the school year which Is It Is your own book,

together the record of the year

recorded.

Staff Marion

Editor.

Associate Editor

.

AnnGanler

Day Student Editor Business

Manager

Feature

Editor

Dredia

Elaine Kent

.' .

Erganbright

Veralynn '

Celdon Medarls

Day Student Representative

Marie Smith

High School Representative

Frances Aldridge

Art

Editor

Assistant Art Editor

Eleanor

Hanson

Betty

Dodson

Mae

Photographic Editor Assistant

Photographic

Editor

Sponsor

Frances

Stacy Farwell

Miss Mai Flournoy Van Deren

MARION DREDLA.

Front at table

Hanson, Dodson.

Side at aes

Editor

ck—Kent, Stacy, Medarls, Aldridge, Miss Van Deren, Erganbright, Smith

Page Twenty-Five

*

THE

1939


MILESTONES Chimes

0> What

Is

guessed

it it

appears —that"Chimes"!

In

your mail box three times during the school year?

you notice that attractive cover,

Did

surprises are inside: short stories, poems, is

You soon know

irresistible.

proudly say, "Oh, personalities of

its

any magazine, for

who cares

I h

to

I

find her;

and the best campus

who the up-and-coming we are in class together."

able staff and has that extra dash a it

la

The "Chimes"

contributions, from the

girl

Freshmen

will

reflects the

Chimes

Banigan.

best

and you

are,

literati

You've the

Every feature

essays.

represents the charms and talents of every

make worth while

but wait,

isn't just

on the campus, high school to

in

the lofty college Seniors.

Officers Jean Banigan Suzanne McDonald Frances Aldridge Editor

Associate

Mary Wallace Austin Mary Adelaide Hansen Elaine

Kent

Art

Faculty

Edito

Adviser

Hanson

Rosemary

Manager Adviser

Technical

JEAN BANIGAN,

Eleanor

Editor

Business

Benton

Ruth

Exchange Editor

.

-

-

Miss

Ivar

Miss

Lou

Fox

Myhr

Van Deren



MILESTONES French Club

0) One and

0)

evening during each month French students mentally travel across the Atlantic truly

become "French

Ladles."

would undoubtedly think that he was In

playing bridge, do their bidding

French games.

In

Anyone who casually dropped In on this group The members, In some typical French quarter. French; they sing the country's folk songs and

The entertainment varies from the observance of customs to

story-

telling In French.

u

These students have the opportunity of applying the knowledge which they acquire The members are students who have spent at In the classroom to practical use.

I h

least a half year or

more

In

the study of French.

Officers Ruth

President

Treasurer

Phyllis

Miss Bertha

Rice

Walsh

Kay

Secretary

Delaney

Ruef

C

Sponsors

s

Miss Elizabeth Chitwood

RUTH

First

RICE, President

row— Hobbie, Adams,

Schrader,

Kilfoy,

Stallinas,

Wahl,

Delaney, Chesnut^ Walsh.

Rice,

Third

Second row— Bickerstaff, Spr Beaubien. Cornelius. Dolliff, Dixon. Bennett. Souter, Young, Davis, Robb, Marker, James, Miss Ruef, Miss Chitwood, Sponsors.

row— Kassel.

Rear

vl,

Hansen,

Byrd,

M.;

Byrd,

L.;

McDonald.

Page Twenty-Eight


Spanish Club those unfamiliar sounds, which are quite often

heard coming from club village would be found that they are made by a group of wouldbe Spanish conversationalists, or perhaps they should be called "Senioritas," who meet once a month to study and enjoy a better knowledge of the background that If

were investigated

accompanies

it

more

their

serious

classroom

subject.

Interesting

historic

anecdotes

are given which furnish outside interest to the study of the Spanish language. unusual as:

meetings

were

planned

for

the

pleasure

of

students

the

motion pictures, charades, group singing of Spanish

folk songs,

this

and

a

Many

year

such

Christmas

dinner.

Officers Dorothy Jean Campbell

President

Vice-President

Sally

Secretary

Anna

Laura Berta

/"Miss

Sponsors

Evans

Demmer

Lee

Ward

-^

-

I

Mr.

Thomas Donnpr

DOROTHY JEAN CAMPBELL,

President

Ul

z o h 111 Seatec Gridle

-Shofner,

Doherty,

Ragsda Little.

I.

Drew,

Phillips,

Campbell.

M. Jane:

Standing— Phillips, Herndon,

Page Twenty-Nine

Crisp, K.:

Holloy,

Phillij

L-jcl

McBLi

lA.

Jo: Jiimos.

Aldridgu Stevens,

B.:

Met ,/on, Demimcr.

Wobstt:r,

Bu.>,,,,

Lur„ 1,

Rolf.

lltad.

Miss W.vri

H,-,Kn.

Butlor

THE

1939


MILESTONES Turf and Tanbark Club

0>

n

one of the most popular and outstanding sports at Ward-Belmont, it fitting and natural that a club should be organized for the riding students. The purpose of this club is to emphasize good sportsmanship and to bring about a better understanding of horses. Since riding

is

is

The activities of the club are numerous. In the fall, it sponsors the horse show in which all the riding students of the school take part. The annual trip to the International fHorse Show in Chicago is one of the outstanding entertainments offered to the members, and the Kentucky Derby is usually seen by a large number of WardBelmont girls.

u I

Membership in the Turf and Tanbark Club is an accomplishment for anyone. All the students who are enrolled in the certificate riding classes are eligible, but from this group the most outstanding girls in sportsmanship are chosen by the senior club members.

This year there are eighteen

members

In

the club.

Officers President

Frances

Peggy

Vice-President

FRANCES LINDFORS,

/.'iiss

Nance.

Lindfors

Brower

Secretary

Mary Dexter Blount

Treasurer

June

Haldt

President

On

rail— Haldt,

._.J.uole,

Lindfo,=,

Farwell.

Stacy, Byrd.

,....:..

L.

Page Thirty


C

Art Club Have you passed by

the Art Studio lately

model on the stand and sketching up the Art Club which is famous exhibits

that

it

sponsors.

for

These

and noticed the

mad?

like

its

girls

lovely annual tea,

and

girls

squinting at a pretty

Those students are the ones who make a

and the sculpture and

art

number of honorary members meet

a month to hear lectures on subjects related to art; they speak personally with famous designers and wood carvers: they are privileged to hear musical programs

once

and entertainment pertaining

to

all

the fine arts.

Miss Shackelford, sponsor, and

Beverly Pickup, president, plan the programs carefully so that

we can

say

it's

a club

that studies and en|oys the artistic.

Officers Beverly

President

Vice-President

Betty

Vice-President

Martha

Secretary Treasurer

Sponsor

Miss

Pickup

Dodson Ansley

Jean

Banigan

Eleanor

Hanson

Mary Wynne Shackelford

BEVERLY PICKUP,

President

Ul

Mr. RIggs speaks to the Art Club on "Design In Music" right— Schrader, Baxter, Carter, McGehee, Morgan, Rowley. Hanson, Crisp. Johnston. Second row— Pickup, Banigon, E Gordon. L. Byrd, McDonald, Hoard. Third row— Mitchell, Austin, Dodson. Luhring. Stacy, Shackelford, SuthrjrI.ind. Fourth row— Sprow Wingate, Drew, Mr. Donner, Mrs. Donner, Medaris. Fifth row— Van Hooser. Thibaul. Gorman, V/r^-bb, Sissler, Burns, Miss Flotchor. Seventh row— Hill, Smith. Loc, Wiesbrod, Holloy. Chitwood. Sixth row— Mueler. Lowenstine, Fowler. Buell, E. Wingate, Lohmann. Von Seggern. Eighth row— McEwan, Miss Sisson, Helme. Petty, Robb, Neisler. Ninth row— Gentry, Absher. Carlwright. Tenth row— First rov/,

left to

Haltom, Farwoll

Page Thirty-One

THE

1939

Z o k


B

MILESTONES Mathematics Club

0>

n

Maybe some Math Clubs tions,

the United States

in

for the purpose of creating a

applied to our everyday

meetings of that

around and discuss formulas, equa-

better understanding of

club have

this

Mary Louise

really scientific

become

Breazeale,

It

in

their

has been organized

Math problems

Chess, bridge, and penny-pitching

life.

up the law of chance and probability

u I

sit

and hypotheses, but not the club here at Ward-Belmont!

as they are

games have shown

everyday aspects.

attended and popular

Why,

since the

it

has been said

Sarah Wllhite, and Alice Berry Young

have become

so well

bridge players.

Officers President

Sarah

Secretary-Treas

Martha

Sponsor

SARAH WILHITE.

Table

in

foreground—

Mis:s

Frances

E.

Wilhit. Bryaj

Falve>

President

Bale,

rear

Young,

Lee,

E

V\iss

Falvey,

3yton.

Hunter, Wright, Eidell

Stallings,

Banks.

Champion.

Tabic

Table

at at

left— Thibaut, Chadv

ell,

Thr

rton.

Rice.

Table

right— Motley. Brown, Glenn, Page ThirtyT^^


Penstaff Club Every other

Wednesday

during the year is red letter day for a number of high school girls. On that day the members of Penstaff meet to read and criticize themes written by the young authors themselves. Membership in Penstaff is considered an honor and an achievement. The number in the group is limited and the personnel is chosen by a contest held in the fall. Because entrance into the organization is purely on a competitive basis, it is truly a privilege to be elected. Mrs. Souby is sponsor of the club and one of its most enthusiastic members, for she thoroughly en|oys the work and encourages the girls in their creative writing.

Many of the meetings are held in the homes of day student members, while a few times the boarders have been the hostesses on the campus. During the winter the Club made

a trip

wheels go 'round

through the new Banner-Tennessean plant to see

in

just

what makes the

the printing business.

\

Officers President

.

.

Jean

Tucker

Benny

Smith

.

Vice-President

...

Secretary ...

....Nancy Stone

Treasurer

.

Sponsor

..

Nancy

Mrs.

Perry

Max Souby

JEAN TUCKER,

President

z o H «/)

hi floor— Smith. Stone

Page Thirty-Three

Terry,

Bloun

Perry,

Milam

,

,

Bact

Aldridge,

Reinte.

Emmonds

Stahlman,

row— Mrs.

Maiden,

Souby. TucU r. Proctor Henley, Hersig. Browning

THE

Mitchell,

Howell, McCnrIc

1939


MILESTONES Glee Club For the girls who are Interested in music the Glee Club offers many entertaining Not only those who are studying music as a part of their and profitable hours. academic work are encouraged to join this group, but anyone who is a lover of music The Glee Club meets twice a week and the members are into the club. is invited required to devote an hour and a half to rehearsal for the special concerts which the This year two concerts have been given; the first was given before club presents. Christmas and was composed of Noel music; the spring concert was given early in

u I

May. Mr. Dalton, director of the club, also works with the choir.

He

is

to

be commended

for the success with which every venture of these two groups has met.

Officers President

Rebecca Porter

Secretary

Hortense Kelley

Sydney

Director

REBECCA PORTER,

President

-- OA.no A

First

row, left to

Little,

Crane.

von

JllJn

Maiden. Rolfe, St ngs. Robinson, Allen, Richardson, Greer, Shaw, Davis, Scarbrough, Medaris. Jones. Gor nan, Thomas, O'Bri Second row Dalley, Benton, Rundell, Hebard. Bates, Coblentz, Bennett, Farwell, Morrov /, Johnson, Braytor Hailey, Opgenorth, Neisler, Butler, Oswald, Robb, Evans, Simonin. Third row— Bisser, Fourth ro //— Applelon, Steve Roberts, Beaubien, Breazeale, Gisel, Huffman, McManus, Haldt, Mulhe, Fromm, McCann Greenbaum, Hou Houghton. Moore, Champney, Macks, Kelley, Tillery, Kent.

right— MacDonnel

Marienthal, Tart. Petty, Rice,

Dalton

Seggern,

Vondruff. Porter, Helm.

Page Thirty-Four


Captivators What

lends that extra zest to Thursday evening dinner and gives us all an itching the Captivators! This modern sv/Ing band nnade up of students really into the girls and makes "jitterbugs" of the students and even the faculty.

foot?

— Why,

puts

pep

That Plerce-Shofner two piano team is super-special, and when Shofner sings we forget our worries and even our assignments. Then there are two others who add their bit, for Lois McCann lends her lovely voice and Miss Falvey has been known to slap During April members of the Captivators sponsored a script dance in a mean bass. the Gym to add to the financial standing of their exchequer, so that the very newest hit-songs could be purchased to finish out this year, and that there would be money enough to begin next year with those special swing ditties made popular during the

summer.

Officers Alice

Director

Treasurer

Sponsor

Younq

Berry

Nancy Doherty

President

Mary Jeanette Bennett

..

.

Miss Frances

..

Members

Falvey

E.

of the Captivators Winkie Pierce

Piano Katherine Shofner (Phyllis

Saxophone

.^.

'

Rosalie

Guitar

Drums

Shaw

-'jane Jarvis

Lee

Nancy

Renger Gentry Doherty

Hyer

Virginia

Clarinet

(Grace

Baird

Betty

Kington

Violins '

Judith

Fehr

THE

I'OUNG,

Director

1939


M

MILESTONES Orchestra To the classical audiences of Ward-Belmont School, Mr. Rose, directing the WardBelmont Orchestra, gives an annual concert which is received with enthusiasm by members of the musical circle at the school and in Nashville. Since its reputation is established, the orchestra offers to each girl entertainment and hours of music appreciation and enjoyment. With only three hours of directed practice each week, Mr. Rose accomplishes a great deal in this enthusiastic group. Besides the work with the larger group, Mr. Rose chooses several students from the personnel of the orchestra to form small musical ensembles. These students find that it is both pleasant and beneficial to carry on such extracurricular activities.

u I

The annual symphony orchestra concert was given this year on April 6 in the WardBelmont Auditorium. Mrs. Mathllde Weaver Duke, violin soloist, presented Concerto Minor by Bruch, while the program of the orchestra ranged from such selections as Beethoven's Symphony No. 2, D Major to lighter numbers like Tschaikowsky's Nutcracker Suite.

S

Officers Nora Blckerstaff

President

Mr. Kenneth Rose

Conductor

Mrs. Mathllde

Soloist

NORA

Weaver Duke

BICKERSTAFF, President

^=,,,a,„ Duba Wise. wise, Hill, niii, nuni, Duke, Hite. ^uua.iy, Hunt, H violins t. L.; Kapp, m.; ^app, t-irst ^app, E. Conductor— Mr 1r. Rose. Kose. Soloist— Mrs. Uuke. boloist ' Dllzer, Shaw, Balrd, Kington. Moore. Second Violins— Todd, Blckerstaff, Tenner, Folger, D.; McEwen. Folger, H.: Neuwlrth, Greer, Taradash, >iTe. Bass— oarGatOlson, Wolfe. Dass Ce Yeatman. Gouu odman, MacArthur, Bumpass. Violas— Dressier, Welnsteln, Snavley, Sexton, Falvey, Wright. CelllPacky. French Horn— Tron ;— Steele, Gatwood, D. Trombone— Clarinets— Hunt, Church, Trumpets— Flutes— Scull, Loveman. wood, R.: Fehr hr. Heckman. Piano Roberts. Tynnpani Trowbridge. Tuba Stubblefield.

,

Page

Thlrty-Si)


Left to

right— Breazeale, Dredia, McHenry. Hunter, Mueller,

Porter,

Erganbright,

Miss Deitrich.

German Club This club

provides the

sing folk songs affairs in

German

and discuss

Germany and

students with a

folklore,

studied

less

formal study of the language.

as well as to talk of the

hiitler

and

his activities.

lives

of

Once

famous Germans.

Conversation

during

the

a month the girls meet to They have followed current

evening

is

carried

on

entirely

In

German.

Latin

Club

Even though this Is one of the most recently organized groups on the campus, it has taken its place among the ImWinners in the district and state-wide Latin Tournament can claim this as their own portant departmental clubs. organization, for Nancy Stone, Mildred Stahlman. and Ann Elizabeth McCarley are all members of the Ward-Belmont Latin Club.

lU

z o h 111 First

Miss Brewsr, Stahlman. Linton. Third low— Miller,

rov,— Brandon

M.: McEv/en, Anderson, Haltom, Stone. Burl:. Second ,ow— Kelley. Bell, Proctor. Borton, Oman, Relnke. Caldv/ell, M. E.; Voughn, Eogic, Douglas. Coldwell, A.: Bryan.

Page Thirty-Seven

THE

Cc

1939


MILESTONES

Across stage— James,

McBlair.

Lawrence,

Macks,

Keiley,

Banks. Foreground— Hansen, Weeks, Miss Townsend.

Cogburn,

McDonald,

Drew, Reeves, Dredia,

Expression Miss Pauline Sherwood Townsend has established one of the best expression departments found anywhere college.

Working

with her,

Is

Miss Catherine WInnIa,

who teaches

In

Two outstanding programs have been presented by this department In the form of the Christmas play and pageant. Besides these, the students who are earning a certificate, the accomplishment of two years of work sion,

have given

a

Shakespearean drama, "As You Like

Home Those appetizing odors are coming from the

Home

the Easter In

expres-

on April 27.

Economics Economics building,

the fundamentals of cooking, and probably experiment a just ask

It,"

junior

a

the fundamental principles of speech and speech art.

little

hiere the future

on the side.

And

as to the

homemakers gather to learn good things they can stir up,

anyone whose roommate takes cooking.

Thinking of hlome

snappy getups.

Economics, we naturally think of sewing.

The student designers can

There are many would-be Schaperellls on our campus and

in

the

May

easily

Style

be recognized by

Show

these

their

girls certainly

covered themselves with glory.

Seated

— McGehee,

McDonald,

Manford

Richardson, Dredia, Nelson,

Fults, Easterly. Hill,

Hebard

',

Weeks,

Standino- French, Wilsdorf, Opgenorth, Gr Tomllnson, McManus, Home, Schrader

Caudle,

Page Thirty-Eight




-

^,-.'^

'

'

:^«^<


MILESTONES Athletic Association

at

with Janie Phillips as president for 1938-39, one of the most active groups on This organization has two main purposes: to campus is the Athletic Association. promote good sportsmanship, and to interest the students in all types of athletics. When the membership campaign opens in the early fall, all girls on the campus are

(A

eligible

to

join;

members and a

varsity

however,

the

the participating

or has earned

association is divided into two groups, the active members. An active member is a girl who has made number of points by playing on club teams.

the required

The participating members are those who belong to the association, but who take no active part in its government or projects. This association draws the students closer together on field and range and aids in making the Ward-Belmont girl a more all-round person. The Athletic Association keeps on its toes and is especially noted for its entertaining parties and unusual dances, as well as its promotion of a friendly spirit of rivalry in athletic endeavors.

X

Officers Martha Jane

President

Vice-President

Nancy

Secretary

Marjorie

Seated,

front

Mary Wallace Austin

Manager

Assistant General

MARTHA JANE

Carter

Jane Berry

Treasurer

General

Phillips

Doherty

Melyssa Haynes

Manager

PHILLIPS, President

rov/— Jarvis,

Fults,

Cabell,

Carter.

Second

row— Cornelius, Austin,

Berry,

Lee,

Kinney.

Back

row— McMurray,

Smith,

Renger,

Phillips,

Doherty,

Page Forty


Tenni nis A

other college,

hundred and sixty tennis hopefuls entered the Ward-Belmont singles tournament this fail. The whole campus was infected with tennis fever. The tournament

progressed Kinney,

Smith,

leaving

undefeated.

rapidly

Sedwitz,

and

gained

their

All of these

ed berths by

victories

In

the

to

semifinals

finalists

in

played

off

pionship match Smith and

and Zerfoss

'(.

matches

each bracket were

2-6,

left.

until In

only

the

the cham-

Ragland defeated Rye

6-2, 6-4.

Ragland

E.

much-covet-

hard-fought, evenly-matched games.

The semifinal match between Charlotte Kinney and Marie Smith was the high light of the tourney.

made

best,

6-3,

nament. Kinney's

set

last

shots low

Kinney took the

was the most exciting of the entire

game

hHowever, Smith's steady

powerful

serves

match score was

final

at her

first

but Smith rallied from behind to take the second

The

7-5.

girl,

many placement

playing of both was broken by

over the net to each other's backhand. set

Each

The slow and deliberate

every stroke count.

and forehand

finally

strokes,

tour-

6-4.

The

3-6, 7-5, 6-4.

Ragland were very evenly matched. Both its best. The scores of the first two sets were 6-3, 3-6, in which the players had each won nine games. The last set was one of high tension, but Sedwitz, Sedwitz and

E.

displayed tennis at

with a final burst of energy,

The match score was

8-6.

As

a

"par

-rmsmm

won over

fitting

climax

excellence,"

for

Marie

won

6-3,

a

^.

the victory, taking the set 3-6,

8-6.

tournament of tennis playing Smith was victor over Peggy

Sedwitz by a score of 6-3, 6-1. driving, forceful

^'

Smith

played a steady,

game, while Sedwitz played spasmodically

Tennis Varsity

brilliant tennis.

The doubles tournament, which came this spring, climaxed the year. Two complete brackets, one high school and the

Finalists

Peggy Sedwitz Marie

Smltli

Semifinalists

Charlotte Kinney Elizabetli

Raqland

rv

CO

U z o h u "Ready

— Scr7'c"

Page Forty-One

sounds from

nil

tlu-

THE

1939


MILESTONES

Hockey Dots! Dashes! and lots of flashes from here and

there about Ward-Belmont,

you the

bringing

scores of the hocicey finals.

Two hockey teams

came through

unscored

A.

season

this

caused by heavy

for their

when they

but

ning,

Both groups were

battle.

final

and acted slowly

rather nervous

they

at the begin-

warmed up and

soon

played the game."

the

game

This

tournament

game ended climaxed in

"really

Despite the hard fighting

make but one

of both teams, each was able to score;

in

one to one

series

a

which

a

the

Del

of

ties

tie.

the

in

and

Vers

Angkors were eliminated after winning first

field

rains during the previous vveek

only slightly hindered the two teams

met

the

on:

The muddy

and the Eccowasins.

K.'s

the their

two games.

The their

excited

twins

Phillips

the

teamwork.

excellent

spectators

ence for Mary Jo, who tore down the fifty-yard dash to

make

The twins continued

unusual

quite

succeeded

crossing

in

K. backfield

Virginia

the

part of the second half. far the

the Eccowasins.

each club

will

in

again.

curbing

and intercepting passes.

Love Graves tied the score

gow were by

and

but never line

was outstanding

the opposing forwards

first.

playing

threatened the goal several times,

The A.

field In a

the A. K.'s score

this

by

Janie ran interfer-

in

the

first

She and Keith Glas-

most valuable players for

As the

tie

was not played

off,

keep the hockey cup for one

semester.

College Varsity— Glasgow, Hargis, Kinney, Buric, Phillips, Jo; Haynes, Hansen, Lungstras, Phillips, Jane.

Page Forty-Two


J^;^^

High

Varsity— Aldridge, Blount, Williamson. Lookadoo, Caldwell, Parnell, McCarley, Perry, Graves.

School

Marlenthal,

Only three teams

failed

tournament.

entire

score during

to

Many

exceptional

the

players

were chosen from the entire campus, both day students and boarders, to

and High School

make up the College

Varsities.

College Varsity

High School Varsity

Jean Burk

Frances Aldridge

Jane Chadwell

Dexter Blount

Glasgow

Keith

Betty Caldwell

Eleanor Hanson

Marilyn Lookadoo

Frances Hargls

Ann

Melyssa Haynes

Lucy Parnell

Lungstras

Nancy

Margaret Morgan

Elizabeth

Janle Phillips

Mary Jo

Perry

Ragland

Anita Williamson

Phillips

Agora

A. K.

0— T. C. 3 0— A. K. 6 0— Del Vers

Agora Agora Agora

McCarley

Elizabeth

Jean Marlenthal

Charlotte Kinney Elsa

Love Graves

Virginia

A. K. A. K. A. K. A. K.

5

1

F.

F.

6— Agora 2— Anti-Pan 1

— Eccowasln

1

Angkor Angkor Angkor Angkor

2—T. 1

Anti-Pan

Arlston

1

C.

F.

2

F.

Anti-Pan Anti-Pan Anti-Pan

0— A. K. 2 0— Eccowasln 7 0— Del Vers 6

Del Vers Del Vers Del Vers

6— Anti-Pan 5— Agora

Arlston Arlston Arlston Arlston

0— Angkor 1—Trl

Del Vers

1

K

3—Triad

1— Penta

Tau

1

Eccowasln

7— Anti-Pan 5— Oslron 2— Penta Tau

Eccowasln Eccowasln Eccowasln Eccowasln

1— A.

K.

1

F.

1

F,

F.

F.

F.

F.

F.

1—Trl

K 2 Eccowasln 5 1—T. C.

0—

T.

T.

C. C. C.

Penta Tau Penta Tau Penta Tau

C.

T.

T.

3— Agora 2— Angkor 0— Oslron Trl

K

Trl

K

2— Oslron 0— Arlston

Tri

K

1—X.

L,

5

1

1

— Del

111

Vers

1— Eccowasln 1— Triad

Z o h

1

2

Triad

2 1

Triad Triad Triad

K

Tri

1

Penta Tau

Osiron Osiron Oslron Osiron

F.

0— A. K. 0— X. L. 0— Angkor

1— X.

L.

0— Arlston 3 0— Penta Tau X.

1

1

X.

L.

X.

L.

X.

L.

0— Triad 0— F. F. 5—Tri K

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L. 1

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hull.

THE

1939


MILESTONES Basketball

0)

n 0)

The curtain rang down March 4 on one of the most exciting

inter-club

Belmont

history,

the

u I

when the annual

twenty-sixth

blast

basketball

final

tournament.

game.

— 20

to

18.

1

of a a

of the

teamwork,

The closing finish

while checking the shots of Shirley Jones

Stevens,

Penta Tau's.

Allison

stras,

a

and Betty little

more

might have made the

hfearne

score higher for the A.

With

K.'s,

but Rushton and Lung-

of the Penta Tau team, prevented that.

victory

The two teams, as

margin of victory shows, were very evenly matched.

The game was one of the high the ambition

lights of the tourney, exhibit-

and determination of each club

Marie Smith, Angkor, led the individual scoring by the

''i

Ward-

The Arlstons eked out

over the scrapping Angkors

ing

in

sounded ending

signal

from the timer's horn marked the

hard-fought

the

seasons

goal

for

ten

points

in

one quarter.

holding guard

both

Zerfoss,

berths,

to

win.

hitting

Chadwell and

were the outstanding

players for the Arlstons.

Several really exciting

tournament.

matched game, showed

ability

guard for

the

the forward In

a

games were played

with the Eccowasin's winning.

and plenty of Penta

line-ups

Tau's,

the well-

Both teams

Betsy Jones,

spirit.

center

was exceptionally good and

were outstanding.

This

game ended

14-12 victory for the Eccowasin's team.

Another Interesting game, with first

off during

The Penta Tau's and Eccowasin's played a

half,

was the one

win over the fighting

in

all

the scoring

which the A.

as

done

eked out

Mary Jo

Penta Tau's.

Peggy Sedwitz played good games

K.'s

in

the

a

slim

Phillips

and

guard for the winners

College Basketball Varsity— Kinney, Austin, Brayton, Carter,

//

Moore.

ti'K.i-

(7

(iiial!

Absent— Smith. Page Forty-Four


High School Basketball Varsity— Willi,

Taylor,

McMurray.

Zerfoss,

Absent— Raqland.

DuE

After a week of play, three of the original

teams remained undefeated

Tri K.'s,

field of thirteen

Angkors, and Aristons.

All

three of the seeded teams were defeated

this

was

play,

in

so

tournament of sensational upsets.

a

The Triad-Agora combat was the game that exhibited the most spectacular goal shooting of the season. Allen

the Triad attack with

led

clicking

Moore,

perfection.

to

their

with

Carter and

and push shots

crip

and

pivoting

her

passing, starred for the Agoras. This

was

tourney of fighting

a

each

teams,

battling

for

every point, with such stars as Gorman, Roberts, Hickerson,

Without

and Kinney leading the attack. been an exceptional season

for players

doubt

a

The Senior-Senior Middle annual battle heaped the The Seniors, setting

on both classes.

has

this

and boosting

a terrific pace,

fans.

laurels

played

sensational basketball, defeating the fighting Senior Middle

team 41-26.

Despite the tight guarding of

Champion and

Brayton, Smith and Carter sank buckets from almost every Thill's

what runs up

the

position

on the

This

floor.

gome was

a

fitting

finale

to

the basketball season.

Basketball Varsities High School

A

coveted place on the college varsity was won

by three Jean DuBose

Mary Wallace Austin

Helen McMurray

Edna Brayton

Elizabeth

Ragland

this

year

College

Marjorie Carter

Frankie Taylor

Charlotte Kinney

Anita VX/illiamson

Myra Lucia Moore

Elizabeth Zerfoss

Marie Smith

the

same

girls

who had

sport

from

to last

their

balls for this signal

Page Forty-Five

girls

varsity

Charlotte

year.

Marjorie Carter as forwards, and

guard, were the fortunate

credit a

letter

Kinney

in

as

silver basket

honor.

THE

U z o

and

Mary Wallace Austin

who received

to

1939

u


MILESTONES

n 0) Riding

u

"Up, Down!

X

Up, Down!"

almost a chant

is

in

She teaches the be-

Miss Nance's vocabulary.

ginning riders by these most expressive orders.

The

beginners

very

riders

much

are

classes

than

larger

makes the future crop of

usual this year, which

Nine students,

promising.

Jarvis,

Drew, Stacy, Luhring, Blount, Brewer, Breazeale,

and

Lindfors, tificates.

working for their cer-

hialdt, are

It's

really work,

not play, unless the

that arising at five

girls feel

in

the morning and

trudging sleepily to the stables to arouse the horses with

a

"Good Morning"

cheery

way of beginning

ideal

ever, there

is

value

in

is

the

hHow-

perfect day.

a

seemingly senseless

this

week's routine, for these excellent horsewomen

must know the proper way to care for horses in

their

they are to be interested horse owners

if

The

the future.

real

form and management

emphasis

on perfect

is

every type of riding.

in

The Turf and Tanbark Club, whose members are chosen for their in

November.

the

ability,

This

a horse

show

Miss Sisson was ably assisted

season.

fall

sponsored

show marked the climax of

by Alice Mary Drew and Peggy Brower, members of the club, Luhring,

hieien

in

judging the various classes, hiearne,

Allison

Mary

Byrd,

Jeannette Weeks, Claire Manford, and Marian

Ryan

— Frances

first

places

in

Farwell

in

the

their divisions.

had the highest

total

pair

class,

The X.

number of

L.

won Club

points for the

show and was presented the cup by the

entire

president of the Turf and Tanbark Club, Frances Lindfors.

During the winter months the horses are taken to

the

Lealand Stables, and on suitable days

Nance conducts road

Miss

With

the

first

are started ing,

in

the

ami ihc Caplirahns mid

In Ihc iiilcrcsl ul the jail

horse

slura's.

campus

form and management,

five-gaited work, 'Tui's .Sitrprisc"

rides for her pupils.

signs of spring the riding classes

is

riding ring. in

emphasized

for the students are preparing

Jump-

both three- and in

these classes,

themselves for Page Forty-Six


All

tlicsc i/irls

17

the big horse show of the year.

After hours o'

walking, galloping, trotting, and cantering the

day

ig

out 5

when every student

arrives

turned

4 and

was sponsored by Ward-Belmont

year,

this

is

May

The show, on

her best habit.

in

School, and was judged by Miss Jane Carling.

The awards were presented by Mr. Benedict. Every type of riding star

exhibited and the

combination

five-galted

girls

management

class,

three-gaited intermediate and advanced

class,

and

classes,

advanced

the

rider,

select the very

winners

classes ride again,

one

outstanding

To

the pair class.

in

Ward-Belmont

best four

is

beginning |umplng. advanced jumping,

in

of

these

excellent

riders

Two awards are presented, one

chosen.

the

in

and the most is

to the

best rider and the other to the club with the

most

points

the

for

the

T.

show.

entire

Peggy Brower won the

This

year

of best rider, and

title

C. Club was presented the riding cup.

Certificate Students

Mary Louise Breazeale Alice Mary Drew

Jane Jarvis Frances Lindfors

June Haldt

Helen Luhring

M ae

Ridl ng

Stacy

Majors

Jane Allen Brooks

Peggy Lily

S uzanne

Brov/er

Mary Dexter

Fritzi

Z o

Posy Osv/ald

Mary Byrd

Frances Peters

Marian

Frances Farwell

Ryan

I-

Reeves

Marilyn

ÂŤ/>

Donna Schultz

Kate Haltom

Hearne

Sue

Ann Hunt Ruth

Id

McDonald Meyr

Carol Nelson

Blount

Byrd

Virginia Coblentz

Allison

I/)

Claire Manford

Natalie Allen

Madeline

Lowenstine

Id

Sisler

Santor

Judy Sugg

Sar ah Wilhlt s

ge Forty-Seven

THE

1939


MILESTONES Dancing

0) Anyone walking toward Club

0)

drifting through the air

u

of

many

feet,

which

X

strains

— the dancing

Every

girl

I-

of dancing.

work

Is

at

discloses

the

source of the

Is

in

which every

this

girl In

school does her

time Miss Mary Elizabeth Delaney, the dance

instructor, practically eats costumes,

and

bit,

dance department. Around

lives in

dreams dances,

her studio.

musical

encouraged to take some type

tap, but also ballet, toe,

The

everyone.

most popular entertainers on the campus.

at

the

formal

such

dinners

Washington's Birthday, and

St.

Patrick's

parade, or an

a witches' frolic, a patriot's

and modern are

students

the

important

Day,

displays the work of the

studio.

Not only to

May

un-

accompanied by the taps

Ward-Belmont

offered

Is

surprised

from somewhere overhead.

usually

is

little

some popular dance piece

at hearing the strains of

This lively music

who

Village,

familiar with the campus, might be a

among

Therefore, hHalloween,

as

Day, they dance Irish

)Ig.

Besides

the special days, the club parties, and various organization requests,

the

department presents several

dancing, but showed originality by designing her

costumes and creating

a

dance

herself.

and advanced students helped "Tip" bers

— Jeanne

burn

during

She exhibited not only

Elizabeth hlobble's diploma recital. really fine

recitals

The most outstanding performance of 1939 was

the year.

really

Ferrell,

tapped:

exhibition of toe

and

La

Vonne

In

Phillips,

Other

certificate

several of the

and Ann Walker gave

Betty ballet;

num-

and Marjorle Coga

fine

Charlotte Kinney and Margery "Tip" Hnhhu-

Lawrence displayed good work

Kno'tcinij ahmil

-'iir

,./

In

the

dmiciii;/

is

</.

modern number.

tan

((//

llh'i,-

lluii\-is

iiltcr

her Dance

Diplviiiu Rc-cilal.

nj lUizahclh flohhu-'s

assislcd in her

rr.(

'ork

n

iicltinii

her

dipln

rtifieate

students

ital.

Page Forty-Eight


.

(^"^.

^i^:^

Bowling Bowling,

in

the last few years, has

become very popular here

Ward-Belmont. This year many girls, who had never bowled before, crowded the alleys to take advantage of the opportunity to learn the technique of making one ball upset at

all

While the

I

I

z'arsil

Among

Bowling Varsities First

ten pins at once.

Every club enters four girls in the annual bowling tournament. At the end of the third round of the play-off the Del Vers were several |umps ahead of all the other clubs, with the Osirons, Triads and X. L.'s right at their heels in second, third, and fourth places, respectively. Since only the four clubs having the highest total scores from the three previous rounds compete in the next and last round, these four teams advanced to the finals. Amid the banging, roaring, and tumbling pins the bowling tournament closed with the Del Vers still on top. Their total score was 2.006, which was almost 150 points higher than the highest score last year. The Osirons bowled a score of 1,800 for the entire tourney and claimed second place, with the X. L.'s in third place carrying a score of ,79

Elsie

Second Varsity

Varsity

the

individual

Knapp,

Jane

an

scorers X.

L..

who with

up points were highest score for

piled

the

game of the tourney, 165: Mary James, also an placed second with 158; Marie Lackey missed In second place by one point to snatch third with 157. Elsie Jane Knapp Joanne Hampton Kathryn Heitzeberg Hazel Martin the first round Nancy Doherty of the victorious Del Vers Angeline Tillman Charlotte Kinney Ruth Lund team was outstanding with a score of 153. Edna Mae Zieqier Marie Lackey knocked the pins flying for a 144 in the second round, Several ay students, Angeline Tillman, Katy Heitzeberg, and Edna helping Oslrons into their threatening position. Mae Ziegler, were consistently high scorers throughout the bowling season Laura

Elizabeth

Demmer

The first and secont tournament.

a

Marion Dredia Katherine Edwards

Hickerson

varsities

were composed of the

X.

girls

single L.,

who had made

the

highest

scores

throughout

the

bowling

111

z o h I/)

lU Isn't

il

oIn'iuKS

I

l;.tul.,r

hat the l<oidiu,i alley.s

Page Forty-Nine

•

s^'t:

THE

1939


MILESTONES Swi mming

0> Wet

hair,

chapped

characterize in

I

and

pool

the

doggie

style

will

these

back

For those

do.

the

classes

some

in

fear

fashion,

who

the Tri K Club's score into Farwell,

girl

L.,

first

place.

in

the

diving in

Frances

was the second highest scorer,

and Phoebe Douglass, an Eccowasin, won

even

second are

classes

water

of the

an X.

events.

The

T.

first

place

C. Club came

the final scoring, and the X.

L.'s

in

third.

are unable

swimming

beginning

authorize,

to In

Every

school must be able to swim at least the length

of

u

and often weary muscles

faces,

Ward-Belmont swimmers.

is

held

overcome and

students are taught the crawl, side stroke, breast stroke, and backstroke.

Classes

also offered

to

This

is

later

in

advanced swimming are

diving and

girl

interested

one sport that has a very

improving her

in

style.

real carry-over value into

and many students take advantage of the oppor-

life,

tunity to

become

Open swimming week, and splash

any

it

is

excellent swimmers.

periods

are

held

three

or

foLir

times

a

then that the true lovers of the sport can

and duck about

to their heart's delight.

A

number

of the more expert swimmers have passed their life-saving tests this year.

On

Belmont swimming clubs

competed

the third of March, the annual

meet was

for the

held,

in

swimming cup.

which

the

Wardvarious

The most exciting

event of the meet was the four-girl 200-yard relay race, which demonstrated both technique and form. honors went to Martha Jane

Eustis,

Individual

who gained more

points

Mariha June than anyone else

in

the meet, and was the one

who boosted

Iliislis.

wiuucr

iif

llic i-iciiinniiui

for a phnuic into

llic

iiic\-l.

rraily

pool.

Page

Fifty


Golf

"Fore! Fore!" echoes across the golf range when spring classes begin. aim,

warn everyone within

learn the

names and

striking

distance

to

dodge

uses of the various clubs, there are

Course once each week, during the term.

These

girls

The newcomers, who are not so sure of

their

Besides these beginning classes, where the students

golf balls.

two advanced classes who play on the Percy Warner Golf are more or less experts, and their scores hover near par.

encing

Id

KiwtP. If

you should see

a

girl

I

hidden behind a mask and plastron with

of the fencing students about to call "En garde."

Belmont

girls

this

womanly

of the sport can be found Page Fifty-One

art of self-defense. in

the

gym

during

Miss Sehmann, Skill

many

is

a foil in her

who

is

hand, don'l run awoy.

It

is

only one

an excellent fencer herself, teaches the NVard-

developed only through hours of practice, so the true lovers

of their free hours.

THE

1939

lU


MILESTONES at 0)

Spring Sports Spring weather, spring fever, spring sports arrive at

Ward-Belmont

u Z h

vv-ith

the gusto of a hurricane.

members and begs

club urges on

its

overcome

most contagious fever to

this

baseball, archery,

and Knapp, an

K.;

and

hitters

this

No

fielders.

produces more

X.

thrills

L.,

for real v/ell,

B

1

•

records were tied

by our adept athletes.

Every

one was interested at the track meet watching the girls in tie

three clubs, the X.

L.'s,

T. C.'s,

and A.

K.'s,

for the cup.

the favorite sport

is

year has some outstanding

are a

T.

C;

Sedwitz, an

few of the excellent

sport creates

more excitement

or

the target every time

and accuracy must be developed.

is

Ward-

no joke,

Lee,

Chad-

Ragsdale, Dredia, Lawrence, Walsh, and Vaughn were

among

May

skill

//I

.

for the fans than baseball.

hHitting

letters.

.'

Y~,i'

v"\^

Several of the archery enthusiasts are trying for their

Belmont

'

'

v/in laurels in

Baseball

track.

. '

the players to

Ranger, an Oslron; Kinney, a

players.

A.

and

Every team

of the season.

X/'^J /

Each

the thirty

Banks

won

odd the

receiving archery letters.

girls

Lila

archery award for the highest score

this spring.

Jumping, hurdling, and running are followed

a

few of the

activities

by the more energetic students on the campus.

Energy plus

is

needed

have the stamina

it

for

takes.

all

A

track work,

track meet,

in

and these

girls

which each club

has a team, held near the end of school, proved no exception

to

the

established

precedent,

for

several

previous

uiid position

arc important

in

archery.

Page Flfty-K


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Champion

Clark

Beaubien Coblentz

Bennett

Chenault

Cog burn

Fehr

Greer

Hlclcerson

Kelley

Leech

McKenna

McLeod

Martm

Crouse Kington Medaris

Neisler

Scarbrough von Seggern

Simonln

Spencer Wiggins

Thomas Young

Aspinall

Webb

Davis

Lawrence

Moore Throckmorton

Page Fifty-Fou


Agora Club

Officers President

Mary Jeannette

Bennett

Betty

Nelsler

Vice-President

Secretary

Champion

Katherine

Myra

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

Moore

MARY JEANNETTE BENNETT President and

and MISS CASEBIER Sponsor— AGORA CLUB

Miss Gertrude Casebier

,

Mary Jeannette

Lucia

Hortense Kelley

Bennett, possessor of one of the nicest

pair of

brown eyes at Ward-Belmont,

Agora

Club.

Working

In

harmony with

Gertrude Casebier, charming high school and sponsor of the

her

She

is

among

ranks high

the

Agora

Betty Neisler, another Senior,

is

the club.

club.

taining

both

Champion,

has

girls

siastic spirit

been outstanding

and

scholastic

a

Senior-Mid,

Is

athletic a fine

is

year

honors.

from

Agora the

athlete.

athletic

in

prominent

club, she

but

is

also

social

week-end.

This

season opened with a successful club

was followed by a dinner dance

their

The

guests.

highly successful

and enjoyable year

Elizabeth

Mary Jeannette Bennett Champion

Hortense Kolley

Tv-lyn

Betty Kington

June Slmonln

Mary Joyce Chenauit

Caroline Ladson

H..|,.n

Martha Faye

Margery Lov/rcnco Mary Elizabeth Loech Mory McKonna

B.lty

Hictorson

McLeod

big

for the

social

event

for

the Agoras.

I

& 3 9

a

M iL

Roll

Jeanne Beaubien

Louise

final

an open house and tea for the Seniors, ending

Evelyn Greer

Clarl:

Eliza-

on the campus.

Elizabeth Asplnoll

Marjorle Cogburn

Fifty-Five

activities

The Agora

v/as

Club

Page

in all

members and

well-known for her work on the hlyphen.

Virginia Coblentz

and

beth hHickerson and Mary Nancy Davis, have both been

She has not only won

Katherine

hiall,

s

"ole Virginny"

are two particularly well-known Senior-Mids, while

enthu-

Margery Law-

department,

Agora from

hlortense Kelley, an all-round

ob-

Katherine this

and while acting as secretary of the

the ideal

recognition

this

example of

has been popular on the entire campus.

rence

vice-presi-

dent and chairman of the entertainment committee of

history teacher

Helen Jeanne Beaubien, proctor of Founders

The Agora

Seniors.

secretary of Student Council and leader of the

Captivators.

Miss

is

Young

Alice Berry

president of the

is

Moo-,.

Myr,i

Lucl.l

B-.tty

N.r.lvr

Sra.brouqh Spenctr

Thomas

M.vg,1t..-t

ThrorUn ogqr;

tie.inor

W.-bb

Mary Katherine Crouse Nancy Davis

Hazel Leo Martin

Uorolhy Wiqqin-,

Judith Fehr

Coldon Medoris

Alice Borty

Youm

E 6 T


s I

9 3 9

M i E 5

T O N

Butler

Cohen

Byar:,

Cempbel

DeGeorge

DuBose

Duke

Frledlander

Grldley

Hazle Lindsey

[Head

Hearne Macks Phillips. M. Jo

Henne Meyn

Mitchell

Moore

Sedwltz

Sagalowsky

Opgenorth

MacDonnell Phillips,

M.Jane Ih

ce

James

Scott

Wl nga te,

E

Haldt Kyner

Wingate. M.

Page

Fifty-S


A,

Club

K.

Officers P'-esident

Mary Jo

Vice-President

Secretary

Sponsor

Miss

Sponsor

Phillips

the All 'Round Klub lives up to

its

twins as

name.

the president,

tournament.

is

Miss Virginia

life,

while

Martha

and

K.

president,

this year.

take

is

a

Washington

the

at

in

club

portrayed

Birthday

Bail

Representing the horseback riders of the club,

June Haldt

former A.

proctor for Senior

graciously

Elizabeth,

sister,

Washington

Miss

a

as

semester, has a leading place

first

her

During the year the club was unfortunate in losing Miss Pagenhart, the first sponsor, but quite fortunate In having Richey,

Margaret Wingate,

Hall for the

present sponsor.

Virginia

PHILLIPS

CLUB

Richey

Aiding Mary Jo

the responsibility of the organization its

K.

Dorothy Pagenhart

Miss Virginia

With one of the peppy

MARY JO

Sponsor and President— A.

Wlngate

Elizabeth

..

MISS PAtoENHART and

Hearne

Allison

Sergeant-at-Arms

Richey,

Head

Patricia

Treasurer

in

PhllKps

Margaret Wingate

Is

an officers

most adept

the Turf

In

s

and Tanbark Club

rider.

over that pleasant responsibility.

The

The A. the

K.'s

"Who's Who"

president,

Janie

Athletic Association.

includes the counterpart of

of the Ideal high school

girl

High School Student Council. standing A. K. claim to athletic

of

who

Phillips,

president

is

Elizabeth Gridley

good sportsmanship,

for she

Is

is

of

the

cup.

representative

their

president of the

In

have

K.'s

excelled

scholastic

in

and

athletic

They are especially noted

a

skating

In

May

to

in

November and one

party for their

their guests.

the tennis

for their hospitality,

and

entertainment during the year Included two week-

ends at Ridgetop, one

Peggy Sedwitz is the outprowess and as an example

she ranked second

A.

achievements, tying with the Eccowaslns for the hockey

In

end

March: a

sister

club

— the

a faculty tea in

happy and

late in April:

Agoras and April, and a picnic

I

9 3 9

successful yciir.

f Club Sue

Butler

Kathlyn Byors Bernlce Ursula

Cohen DeGeorgo

Jeanne DuBoso Elaine

Page Fifty-Seven

Dute

Roll

PMnria H..od Allison

Heorn,.

Mary Joan Honnc Bolty James Bllllc

Kyner

Betty Jean Llnd.a

Helen Friodlander

I'yVj

Elizabeth Grldloy

Betty Marts

June Haldt

Frit?;

Helen Hazle

Belly Mitchell

MrDo-.nrll

Moyn

M.vy Ann Moo,,. Wilm,, Opgvno-th M.irtha

J.inc-

M.vy Jo

Phillips

Phillips

Ruby Saqalowsty Vl,qlnia Scott P.;qr,y

S.-dwi|,-

Ba.ba.a Th.irr rii.-abelh

Mat<5a-cl

Wlnqato Wlnqale

N E 5


E E I

9 3 9

M i E 5 T O N

Austin Bryan. J.

Cooper

Cornelius

Ganier

Gibson

Sensing

Smith

Baird

Barker

M. Dodson

Bryan,

J.

Buric,

Douglas Lee

Howell Stahlman

Terry

Barton

M. Edwards Ragland Vaughn, A. Burk,

Caldwell French Roberts

Vaughn,

P.

Wright Page Fifty-Eight


Angkor Club

Officers Martha

President

Vice-President

Elizabeth

Bryan Zerfoss

Secretary

Jean

Treasurer

Peggy Wemyss

Burl:

MARTHA BRYAN

Sponsor

Miss

Katherine

and MISS HATCHER Sponsor— DAY STUDENT CLUBHOUSE

President and

Mary Cooper

Sergeant-at-Arms

Hatcher

Martha Bryan, with her perky hair ribbons, and Miss Katherine Hatcher with her winning smile, have led the Angkors through 1938-39. During this time the Angkors,

silver

named for a meeting place in the Indian Temple of Angkor, have had a successful year.

Social events of the year Included two luncheon meetings

as hopeful that at

it

can continue

excellent record

Its

and

the end of another three-year period claim another

trophy for "keeps."

so

tearooms out in Nashville and a bundle party, to which each guest brought a bundle of old costumes. These bundles were exchanged and each girl donned the contents of the bundle which she received. For this occasion the gym was decorated like a "Dead End Street" and adorned with signs such as "Clara's Place" and "Throw The outstanding skit of the evening Them Out Here. was a chain gang tap routine by Frances Carter, Adelaide Roberts, and Mamie Edwards. Songs and skits were presented by the club members, and a Jitterbug Contest won Mary Louise was by Breazeale and Jane Chadwell. at

Marie Smith led the blue and white uniforms to the finals in basketball. Ever versatile, Marie also won the tennis singles cup. Ann Stahlman organized a good bowling team for the year, composed of Martha Bryan, Virginia Barker, and Anne Vaughn. Enthusiastic over hockey, the team, managed by Jean Burk, played well, but was stopped before the finals. Spring sports brought baseball and the doubles tennis tournament and in both of these the Angkors made high bids for top positions. Scholastic endeavors were rewarded with the gaining of This cup remains in the the cherished scholarship cup. Angkor's keeping permanently, for it has been won by

them

for three consecutive times.

Now

the club

is

"

At an Angkor A.

Club Katherine Armistead Mary NWallace Austin

Moiy

Betty Baird Virginia Barker

Ann Ganler

Jane Barton Jane Brov/ning Jane Bryan Martha Bryan Jean Burt Margaret Burk

Cornelia

Allison Caldwell

Mary Cooper Jane Cornelius Betty Dodson Leila

Page Fifty-Nine

Douglas

Ed.vor

Gibson

Nancy

C. contest

in

the

spring,

girl.

Llbby

I

9 3 9

M

Roll

Alcn,,

Myrtle French Ellon

B.

Zerfoss was chosen as the Ideal Angkor

just

S

Hoy

Hill

Ruth Holcombc. Corlnnr, Howell Dorothy Noll Lo-

Adcloldc Robc-ls M.i.y Alice Snn-.lng

Mo.lo Smith

Ann Stohlmon M.ldfod Slohlmon M.ldl T-rry Allr,.

Thcmp-.c.n

Aon Vouqhn Poqoy Voughn

Potsy Pcoctor

Peggy Wemy,..

Ellrobcth

Raqlond Raqlond RclnU.. Carolyn Dorothy Relnto

Ell.-obelh

Juliet

Jono Woodwofd Peggy Wtlghl

Woodcorl

Elljobelh Zo.loll

N E 5


5 E I

9 3 9

M

5 N

i

mm

^^^

i-i 4'^ T

4v>

1 M!^^

<^f 4^7

1 Abiher

Appleton

Balrd

Benton

Biser

Brent

Cornelius

Doty

KirUand

Lchmann

McCallum

McCann

Gee McManus

Moadows

Morrov/ Rice

O'Brian Robinson

Oswald

Palmlsano

Prim

Rowley

Self

South

Rhodes

Sugg

Tlllery

We

Kassel

Mack

sb od

Page

Sixty


Anti-Pandora Club

Officers Dorothy

President

Secretary

Marjorie

Sergeant-at-Arms

club

life

meetings

and Edith

Kassel, the

K.

Marjorie

by

The riding ring

Anti-Pandoras have success-

member.

of every

Zest

added

is

Cornelius,

Betty

Morrow, leaders of the club

to the

in

Along with

and

King

hielen

Fidlar, in

their sponsor,

her club.

especially enjoys

the

and

Benton,

prominent Mrs.

seen doing excellent work both

is

the horse shows and

the regular class work.

in

Lohman,

sports

in

especially attractive to the Anti-Pans

Is

where Madeline Souter

in

scholastic endeavors.

the musical talent

Sponsor— ANTI-PANDORA CLUBHOUSE

President and

Prim

and MRS. FIDLAR

Fidlar

Pandora's box of obstacles which arises

closed

the school

Helen

Mrs.

^^Kv^jeJBM DOROTHY KASSEL

Cornelius

Marcelle

Sponsor

Led by Dorothy

Doty

Morrow

Edith

Treasurer

fully

Kassel

Chatwin

Vice-President

Appleton

Miriam

Anti-Pans

Edith

journalists

as

Bebe

Morrow,

achievements

the

Self,

Robinson

be marked on the

will

Moneta Mack has con-

tributed to several chapel programs by playing the organ,

young

and

Ruth

of

Barbara

1939 calendar.

Captivators.

program has been well-filled this went to Ridgetop for an October week-end. The next big party was the club open house given in November. During the pre-Christmas season

The Anti-Pan's basketball team was composed of such

the

"aces" as Posy Oswald, Martha Rhodes, Frances Rowley,

of orphans.

and Helen McManus.

coffee given for the faculty

and

Lois

McCann,

on the campus, has been outstanding

in

The hockey players, although not our minds

in

because of the great amount of

was evident

the

members

year.

her work with the

victorious on the field, are particularly fresh

among

The Anti-Pans

possessor of one of the loveliest voices

spirit

that

social

Their club

first

members opened Their

Del Vers joined them in

of the team.

the

gym.

supper-party

their club to entertain for a

first

in

group

party for the new year was February.

In

giving the

ÂŁ

such

In

Dance of

March

I

9 3 9

a

the

the Nations

M

They topped off the season with a boxin

April for their sister club, the Del Vers.

iL Club Absher Barbara Appleton Grace Balrd

Grace KirkUnd Botly Lohmonn Blllio McCallom

Ruth Benton

Lois

Virginia

Virginia

Biser

Barbara Brent Marjorie Corneliu Chatv/in Doty

Josephine Gee Dorothy Kassel

Page Sixty-One

Roll

McConn

Melon McMflnui

Moneto Macl Carolyn Mc-adov. Edith Morrov. Phyllis

CBrlon

Posy Oswald

A.,.il.i

P.-,lmlv.,no

Ptim

M.n,r,,ll.. t-,.-,r.r.,r.

M.ictha

Powloy Rhodes

P..b...rn

G.

Rirr.

n..vl>.v-.

Rr,|-ln-,.

Miri.im Sc'H M.idr^lin..

Soutor

Judilh Sugfj

Mary Fr.incQS Tillo Bobby Woisbrod

N E 5


5 E I

9 3 9

M iL

E T O N

\

v3 Barron Caldwell Davis,

M.

L.

McCarley

1'

Bell

Bozeman

Brigqs

Campbell Glenn McFarIm

Chadweil

Dallas

Bush Dalton

Gray

Henegar

Henley

McHenry

Maddox

Miller

Oakley

Onnan

Smoot

Stone

Par er

Sothe

la

Per ry

id

Tuc

er

Oua les Whec tley

1

Reyer Williams

Buttrey Davis,

C.

Hicks

Marton Sawyer Williamson

Page Sixty-Two


^nfpt^edir

Ariston Club

Officers Anita Williamson

President

Vice-President

Aline

Secretary

Nancy Mildred

Treasurer

Smoot Perry

Milam

Mary Lane

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

Miss

Elizabeth

AtJITA

Gray

Margery Gleason, Nancy Perry, and Mary Louise Davis made that team rank high among the scorers while Jean Tucker proved herself an able manager for the team. Entertaining at a Ship-Wreck party during the spring the

Tossing a goal In basketball is just as easy for Anita Williamson as being a good president for the Ariston Club. Following out the meaning of their name, Ariston, the

members

of this

day student

as sponsor, strive for the "highest"

club,

with

Miss

Gray

Aristons and the Triads decorated the

and "best."

tropical

a

Nancy Stone,

"A"

and Elizabeth McCarley have certainly helped keep the scholastic average of the club well advanced. Penstaff has chosen its president, Jean Tucker, and many of Its members from among the Arlstons. Margaret Noland and Jane Chadwell, besides a five

student,

this

council and

Tennis

is

most popular

sports.

Last

fall

Anita Williamson and Jane Chadwell reached the quarter finals

in

the tennis tournament.

Such

skilled

bowlers as

the Aristons.

Club

Annetta Gray

Mary Jane Bell Mary Maxine Boze Ann Briggs

Louise

Constance Bush

Ann

Sarah Buttrey

McFarlin Josephine McHenry

Mary Emily Caldw Elise Campbell Jane Chadwell Sarah Polk Dallas

Frances

Henegar

Dorothy Hicks Elizabeth

Oman

Josephine Pardue

Henley

Elizabeth

McCarley

Elinor

Martha Jean Maddox Mildred Milam Fannie Louise Miller

Jane Parker

Nancy Perry Mary Quaries Wilma Reyer Annabelle Sawyer Ann Smith

Smool Nancy Stone

Aline

Martha Mitchell

Mamie

Mary Mitchell Ann Morton

Mary Louise Davis

Jean Tucker Dorothy Ann Wheatley

Margaret Noland

Margaret Glenn

Sarah Oakley

Harriet Williams Anita Williamson

Mary Denton Charldene Davis

Page Sixty-Three

Roll

Pansy Barron

Mary

to represent

When the Citizenship Cup was awarded to the Day Student Club having the highest rating, it is interesting to notice that the Aristons ran an extremely close second in the total number of points, for there was only a fractional difference between the winning club and

Jane has served as president of the Margaret has been day student proctor. their

gym

The hostesses won the favor of the

— —

year.

one of

island.

whole campus by using four truck loads of gardenias as a part of the decorations. Friends and guests not only enjoyed the idea carried out at the party of wearing the clothes that in all probability they would have been wearing had the boat been wrecked at 2 a.m. but the wonderful aroma of those flowers penetrated almost every nook and cranny of Ward-Belmont.

being honor students, have added to the laurels of their club by holding important day student council offices during

WILLIAMSON

-DAY STUDENT CLUBHOUSE

Bell

Lou Sutherland

E I

9 3 9

M i E


5 I

9 3 9

M i.

E 5 T O N E 5

Ball

:harnpney Fulh

Demmer

Hiatt Kauffold

Holley

Grover

Knappen

Block

Doherty

M. A. Houghton

Han!;en,

Braddock Dolliff

Hanson,

E.

Cartwrlght Dredia Hanson, J.

Lov/enstine, A.

Ironside Lowenstino, R.

Jenkins Luhrinq

Petty

Phillips

Thourlby

Evans

Marker Johnson Nichols

Page Sixty-Four


Del Vers Club

Officers Helen

President

Luhrlng

Mary Lou

Vice-President

Secretary

Dolliff

Jenkins

Betty

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

Lou

Betty

HELEN LUHRING and MISS VAN DEREN President and Sponsor— DEL VERS CLUB

Anna Evans

Sally

Braddoct

Miss Mai Flournoy Van Deren

Sponsor

Undoubtedly one of the reasons that the Del Vers Club been so active on the campus

has

has chosen such capable leaders,

president of

this

in

riding

Deren

"first"

hielen

year

that

is

Luhring

is

It

the

group, and she has carried the yellow

and white colors of the club being the

this

member

and has won

to

new

laurels

the sponsor of the Del Vers,

is

and

eligible for active

association through their work

string

club

standing

Janet son,

this

Fults,

the year,

Vers

Del

towards cessfully this year.

because the honor

teams.

roll

usually

finds

Jean Knappen, Marion Dredia, Betty John-

and Betty Jenkins included

This club has

been especially out-

have

in

its

select few.

had some outstanding players on

Nancy Doherty

has been noteworthy

Ball

Betty Jane Block Betty Lou Braddock Barbara Cartwriqfit

Champney Demmer

Catherine Laura

Nancy Doherty Mary Lou Dolliff Marion Dredia Sally

Janet

Page

Si);ty-FI\

Anna Evans Fults

They sponsored the

campus

at Ridgetop, they

the Anti-Pans.

I

Club has entertained most suc-

Vers

had

the

in

fall.

first

open house

Just before a week-end

a skating party for their sister club,

was the Dance of the Nations, given with the Anti-Pans Francis Craig's orchestra playing for the dance to

athletic

with

in

hockey,

which the entire school was invited.

Artabelie Grover

Jacqueline Kauffold

Mary Adalaide Ha

Jean Knappen Helen Luhring

Eleanor Hanson Janice Hanson Julia Ann Harker Dorothy Hiatt Jane Holley

Helen Houghton "

Betty Jenkins Betty Johnson

M 5

Roll

Jocelyn Ironside

9 3 9

Several picnics have been enjoyed dur-

ing the year, but the climax of their social entertainment

its

Club Ira

Del

the

party on the Scholastically,

when the Del

Vers bowled a score of 2,006. Socially,

s

the bowling cup which

Is

this winter,

campus and

Demmer

and second

Proudly displayed

on the mantel at the club house

her work as adviser of the publications on the her

bowlers for their club.

varsity

Laura first

was won during the tournament

addition to

Alumnae Secretary, she has guided attaining many new achievements.

hockey.

in

and Marion Dredia were conscientious

Miss Van

in

is

and bowling.

interested

sport.

this

in

Besides

heights.

of her club, Helen

Fults and Eleanor Hlanson membership in the athletic

Janet

basketball,

were both

Ann Lowenstine Ruth Lowenstine Alice Nichols

Frances Peters

Hilda Petty

LaVonne

Phillips

Pat Thourlby

T


H E I

9 3 9

M i E 5 T

Craig. M.

Craig, O.

Emmonds

Franklin

Hirsig

Hunt, A.

Madden

Mason

utchfleld

yamb-|l

Davis

Davison

Glasgow

Graves Latham

Heitzeberg

Pointer

Turner

(Irkpatricl;

Nicholas

Welch

Olofsson Willey

Eidell

McMurray

Page

Sixty-Si)


Eccowasin Club

Officers President

Jean

Caldwell

Vice-President

Keith

Glasgow

Secretary

Love Graves

Virginia

Treasurer

With such a

Indians,

Miss Louise Saunders

a friendly

vivacious the

President and

Margaret Rye

Sponsor

such

JEAN CALDWELL and MISS SAUNDERS Sponsor— DAY STUDENT CLUBHOUSE

Welch

Shelley

Sergeant-at-Arms

sponsor as Miss Louise Saunders and

president

Eccowaslns,

Their motto, "Be

had

have

and give

all

Jean

as

all,"

a

Caldwell,

year

of

management of Ople game and boasted of such

clothes

and everything

poor family

for

a

a

high

school

player

varsity

hockey and tied with

stars in

Virginia

for

several

years,

a

the tearoom to help the club

In

the guests brought bundles of clothes

Keith

Morgan, were the

for every

five outstanding

players.

The Ecco-

good bowling team.

As

Club Betty Blactman Shelley Cabell

Jean Caldwell Frances Carter

Margaret Ann Craig Opie Craig Mary Pope Creighton Mary Frances Crutchfiold Edith

Davis

Peggy Davison Phoebe Douglass Kathorlne Edwards

Ann Page Sixty-Seven

Louise Eldell

usual

a

person

amount of

This party

E

at

and costumes

to

was o huge success

who attended enjoyed more

9 3 9

than the

M

fun and frivolity.

iL

E

Roll

Mary Helen Emrr,onds Kathryn Franllin Cornelia Gamble Kcllh Glasgow Virginia Lovo Groves

Pcgqy Hayes Kathryn Holtzoborg

Robin Hirslg

Ann Hunt Boss

members

During the late winter the

Club entertained with the Angkor Club

be exchanged and worn.

always had a

fast

"Bundle Party" to which each of the members and

Glasgow, Katy Heltzeberg, and the manager, Margaret waslns have

good

Cabell and

of the club entertained at a

better acquainted.

Eccowasin

Love Graves,

members

fall

dinner party

become

The Eccowaslns had many

a

McMurray.

During the

Christmas dinner to one

the A. K.'s for the hockey cup.

played

stars as Shelley

I

baskets of

the city.

In

Craig,

the

hHelen

the

The basketball team, under

matches.

majority of her

Thanksgiving was marked

members took Christmas

who won

Tennis was well represented by Suzanne Rye

During the Christmas holidays Mary Pope Creigh-

ton and a few other

Edwards

man, and Bess hfunt to officiate with her on the team.

plenty.

and the symbol of the

by donations of food for Thanksgiving dinners of the poor.

Kit

chose Kathryn hieitzeberg, Laureine Olofsson, Betty Black-

swastika which they have adopted, have both been carried forward with enthusiasm.

bowler and manager of the team.

varsity

those

Hunt

Sarah Klrlpatrict

Jan Latham Helen McMurray

B-lly ,lo

M.iddin

Mason

M.irq.itol

Morq,

M.vy Ann Nlch Lauroine Olofs-.r Plumico Rulh F.1W Poinlf

,lnann<.

Marri,i,r.(

Su;ann,..

Rye Ry,,.

M.vqarr'l Sangt. Ebolyn Tomer Shelley Welch Judith V/llloy

Sue Wll-,dor(

5

T O N


T H I

9 3 9

M i E 5

T O

'I

Wlllll

III

II I

Ml

il

/ip^riKK

n B.,law,n

Bickerstatf

Bunger Gonzalez

Burns GorrT>an

Hood

Hunter Motley

McArthur

Brewer Erganbright

Brown

Greenbaum

Hebard

Herold

Hill

Hyer

Kushner

Laird

Oppenheim

Ring

Sisler

Lee Stacy

Edwards

II

bau

Van Hooser

Felt

Firestone

Warner Page Sixty-Eight


^\!//:-

R

F.

Club

Officers Martha Jean Bunger

President

Nora

Vice-President

Secretary

BicUrstaH

Vesta

Treasurer

Laird

Mae

Stacy

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

Firestone

Evelyn

Miss Bertha

Friendly

the

Fifties

Ruef, the

"How do

in

in

and MISS RUEF

Sponsor— F.

F.

CLUB

members of

tained

the faculty and presidents' council at March they planned a tea dance for the club members and their friends. Their sister club, Penta Tau, was entertained at a breakfast In May, and the F. F.'s had another open house that month. They also

F.'s,

a

Miss Bertha

sponsor,

their

hold their meetings

clubhouse located

F.

you do" manner that marks the

With

Club.

F.'s

F.

President and

M. Ruef

Gracious Martha Jean Bunger, as president of the

embodied

MARTHA JEAN BUNGER

their attractive

northeast Club Village.

coffee, while

In

enjoyed a week-end at Dunbar's Cave

Faye Kushner led the hockey team purple and

lavender uniforms

in

the

fall,

became symbols

and the of

Included

skill.

who

During the winter the efficient athletic manager, Veralynn Erganbright,

captained

basketball

the

team:

and

in

in

the

F.

F.

fame

Mae

are: Vesta In

all

Firestone,

sport

end at Rldgetop, and

later

the

in

house.

F.

In

F.'s

en]oying a week-

month they held

manager

Senior Class.

a

staff,

February they enter-

recital

Club

for

the

staff: Evelyn Laird, first

Milestones and

Also prominent

violin

in

Nora Bicterstaff

Lenora Gornnon

Row,.n.-,

Aline Brown

Evelyn Grc-onbaum

Dot!-,

Peggy

Dorothy Hebord

Brov/er

Martha Jean Bunger

Lucorn Horold

Mary Francos

Ruth Ann Edv/ards

Margaret Hood

Veralynn Erganbright

Audrey Jane Hunt-;

Martha Mary

Virginia

Vesta Firestone

Hyor

Foyo Kushnor

L...._.

MiArthur Fi.inr.-,

M.^ry

J."in(.>

Mollu

Ring

Sl-J...r

Hill M.l..-

Felt

L.llrd

M.vy Sue

Betty Burns

Nora

of

busi-

the

Bicker-

her diploma

I

9 3 9

M iL

Roll Evelyn

Ealdv/in

is

who gave

April.

Rosalba Gonzalez

Margaret

treasurer

the club

in

president of the orchestra, in

and

Stacy, a conscientious worker on

both the Hyphen and Milestones

ness

The middle of October found the

Page Sixty-Nine

of

hall

secretary of the club and active

semester chapel proctor: and Veralynn Erganbright,

that sport.

most successful open

is

scholastic events:

the

capable bowling manager, Ruth Ann Edwards, made her

mark

s

late In April.

Stnry

Jane

Thlb.Mil

Florenr,, V,,n

Hoo-,o

Robeita W.irner H.-len

Oppenholm

E 5 T O N E 5


Aldridge

Broob Dixon

Lehan Renger

Brown Gentry Lund Schneider

Buchanan Haley

Burns

Casey

Cason

Holcombe Marlenthal

Larcade Mohler

Lackey

Maiden

Smith, J.

Smith, O.

Shofner Tart

Schultz

Van Dr uff

Phillips

Webster Page Seventy


Oslron Club

Officers Katherine

President

Vice-President

Marie

Secretary

Sergeant-at-Arms

Miss Dorothy Dietrich

Shofner leads the Osiron

Club,

thusiastic sponsor

— Miss

records

Dorothy Dietrich.

their

en-

Baites;

The Osirons

scholarship,

and

high school

girls,

made

Rosalie Renger while two

girls,

in

stiff

competition

Donna

Shultz,

Included

in

in all

Katherine Shofner,

in

the

Riding Show.

with the Captivators,

and

Club

Winn.jico Gentry

Edna Ball Jane Allen Broob

Both

VWinlfred

Gloria Larcodo

Brov,n

Park

In

Haluy

Holcombo

Mario Lactcy

Mr,

B.i

K.iih.yn Ros.->ll..-

Is

work,

acting

Marie Lackey

is

in

Percy

I

9 3 9

M i.

M.vy

I

Ph;ni|-:-.

RL-nrj,.r

Srlin..!;d..-

K„lh._,ln,- Shofn,.r

Oonn,, ShuH,-

Mary

Beverly Marienthal

Shirloy

Mary Dixon

Joan Marienthal

Sayro Wr^bstor

Ellen Casey Martha Lee Cason

Page Seventy-One

publications and

Juno Lc-han Ruth Lund Bco Moldon

Sadie Buchanan Martha Ruth Burns

the Athletic literary

Roll

Frances Aldridge Charlotte Baites

Marjorl.j

in

5

manager

October and another later In May. They held a successful open house In February and In Miirch they gave an unusual breakfast for the faculty and presidents' council. Late In April they enjoyed a week end at Dunbar Cave.

Warner

"Claims to Fame" are talented

who swings

all

manager on

interested

This year the Osirons entertained with a picnic

Jane Allen Brooks,

Fall

found contributing to

is

is

of the Junior-Middle Class.

Charlotte Baites and a number of other

competed

Frances Aldridge

for she

and Barbara Mohler represents her club as vice-president

other games.

college hockey varsity for the club

the Osiron

athlete,

secretary of both the Osiron Club and the Spanish Club;

Jean Marienthal and Frances Aldridge,

riders,

April as did Charlotte

as vice-president of the Spanish Club;

The bowling

that tournament, and the other

placed on high school hockey varsity.

accomplished

Is

the club has built

up an energetic attitude toward sports.

team placed second teams have provided

In

holds a position of responsibility

of the club teams and hockey

athletic

Board;

composed of

Phillips

Renger ranks as the Osiron

endeavors. Largely

her certificate recital

Kathryn

as treasurer of the hllgh School Student Council: Rosalie

year for they have improved

this

citizenship,

in

who gave

one of the

groups on cannpus, assisted by

spirited

are very enterprising their

MISS DIETRICH and KATHERINE SHOFNER Sponsor and President— OSI RON CLUB

Winifred Brown

Sponsor

Katherine

Lund Lackey

Mary Dixon

Treasurer

more

Shofner

Ruth

Smith Ollvo Smith .l,-,yno

Mildt<,-d Tart

Van Druff

I


H E I

9 3 9

M i.

E 5 T O N E

Allen

Belcher

Buell

Campbell

Hobbie

Home

Hahn Kilfoy

LIndfors

Lockhart

Martin

Medders

Braungart Chestnut Johnston Lovett

Melion

Wc Ish

R-jshton

Welch

Defenbaugh

Delaney

Jones, B. Lungstraus

Jones. S. McBlair

Stephens

Vaughn

Wilhite

Page Seventy-Two


Penta Tau Club

Officers Mary Louise Breazeale

President

Vice-President

Hobbie

Elizabeth

Secretary

Kathryn

Walsh

Treasurer

Donata

Home

Sergeant-at-Arms

Elsa

Miss Blanche

Sponsor

President and

Lungstras

hlenry

Clarl;

Under the capable leadership of Mary Louise Breazeale

Blount

and Miss Blanche Henry Clark, sponsor, the Penta Tau

varsity.

Club has continually been In

addition

to

their

rising

fame

status

in

high

for

in

campus

scholastic,

life.

certificate

Club.

holding

athletes,

Elsa

made

who

rider,

is

Is

also

Mary Louise a

leader

in

the

down

is

another candidate for a

of

trust

hockey

varsity,

while

T,-.t

Alien

right

in line

this

Hyphen.

riding

in

They had a unique newspaper party

April they enjoyed

and

with the Penta Tau's Interests and

by being most successful and gracious

March.

In

week ends,

later at Rawlins Inn.

first at

Elizabeth

Hobbi...

R.-Hy

M.tII.,.

Mary Louise Breazeale Mary Dexter Blount

B.Jsy Jonos

C.ltcjl

SMilc-y Jones

M.-,.|...l,_.

Eleanor Buell

Mory

Bi'tty

Stevr.-ns

Dorothy Jean Campbell

Fr.inces Lindfors

M.iry

Lllen

Marion Chesnut

Ann Locthort Belly LovoH

r.Mh.yn Walsh

Elso

Febru-

M<.BI.)ir

Jano Johnston

Hahn

In

Roll

Bettye Braungort

Delaney

Rlva-Lake

I

9 3 9

f

Donola

Elizabeth

Camp

ary and was a great success.

Dexter

for their

November and again

open house was

Their

WinifK.d Belcher

Phyllis

7,

Math Club, and Marjorle

the

the position of editor of the

sister club, the F. F.'s in

Lungstras, one of the club's outstanding

college

life is

hostesses.

Club

Page Seventy-Three

president

they have shown

Brea-

Frances Lindfors, president of the Turf

and Tanbark Club, certificate.

hockey

school

"Junior" Rushton lends the right amount of endeavor by

athletic,

Social

zeale,

high

the

Sarah Elizabeth Wllhlte provides the brain

members.

hHeading the Penta Tau "Merit List"

German

placed for her club on

being

by

and citizenship achievements, the Penta Taus are noted for their attractive

and MiSS ULAkK Sponsor— PENTA TAU CLUB

MARY LOUISE BREAZEALE

Hoin...

Ellen

KlKoy

Lungstras

::u,Mni"'

M...dd-l-.

N,..|son

Phyllis

Sara

M.iitln

Ann

Rushlon

KlUoy

Welch

Cll.-abr.th

Wllhlte

N E 6


ÂŁ I

9 3 9

M i.

E

C \ Cronkhite

Easterly

Errierson

Saddis

Gill

Grimes

Gwaltney Jones

Halton Kinney

Hardendorf Lookadoo

Harris

McDonald

Hoard Manford

Mueller

Palmer

Pelrce

Puckett Rundell

Raqsdale

Robinson

Rolfe

Stallings

Taylor

Ross

Jarvis

Pe

ge Seventy-Four


C. Club

T.

Officers Jane

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Lila

Treasurer

Claire

Sergeant-at-Arms

Sponsor

campus Jane

Jarvis,

Century

Banlcs

JANE JARVIS

Nona Frances Rundell

President and

Betty Jane

are

girls

well

year for their leadership.

this

May

Manford

Mi ss

These Twentieth

Jarvis

Dorothy Hordendorf

Sehmann

known on the

outstanding leaders on the campus.

The president,

journalism,

ahead with the capable

successfully strides

and

T.

C.'s rank high

in

their various feats of

the field of sports as skill

and

is

their real efforts

shown

quite a friends,

sophomore

Sissy Ross

ever sports are under consideration.

Charlotte Kinney, a star player

in

can see

who

is

adept

baseball bat are three line

of sports.

who make up

star

forwards

in

Jean Banigan, editor of Chimes,

at the top

this all

around

friends

in

of

the

high

house

in

October,

to which over 130 a

are

s

campus

high school popularity, so one

in

T.

C. Club as an important factor

its

members and Ridgetop, a

skating party for their sister club, the Osirons, an

the

Silky

president,

president

as

Rolfe ranks high on

various ways; two week ends at

Ragsdale, president of the College Student Government,

Senior-Middle class

Ann

been second semester proctor of Heron; and is

and Winkie

Pierce,

acting

class:

During the year the club has entertained

wielding either a hockey stick or a

in

personage among her high school

on the campus.

hockey and basketball,

Frankie Taylor, an outstanding athlete, and Betty Caldwell,

Betty Gill follows

associate editor of the Hyphen; Marilyn

is

for she has

when-

is

college

school

in

and

Lookadoo

help of the T. C. Sponsor, Miss Betty Jane Sehmann.

The

MISSSEHMANN

and

Sponsor— T. C. CLUB

a picnic for

members and

open

their friends

I

9 3 9

people were invited, and at Christmas

box was fiKed for a poor family horo

in N<i:,hvillc.

f Club

Roll

Margaret Adam.

Carolyn Gv/altnoy

Cl.ii...

Jean Banigan

Emma

Ah-

Lila

May

Bants

Betty Caldv/ell

Kate Holtom

Dorotliy

Hordendorf

Jane Harris

Ann Caudle

Ruth Hoard

Betty Cronlrhite

Jono Jorvis

Betty Easterly

Charlotte Kinney

M.infoid

n,.

Mu-ll..r

Pr,v Palm.V/lnli,. Ft.inc..-,

Silly

Piercn Pur(:,.tt

R,vr.d,-,lL.

C.volyn Roboitson

Page SeventyFl-,

Teresa Emerson

Marilyn Lootadoo

Hope Goddis

Dorothy McDon.ild

Ann

Dotty Gill

Virginia Shillings

W.iry

Sue Grimes

Fr-^ntio Toylor

N-.n.i

Rolfr.

Pov.

Jul;.-.

F,,inr.,-.

Pundr-

N E 6


s I

9 3 9

M iL

E 5

T O N

Anderson, N.

Capps

Hampton

Hargis

vlcEwan. E. Shacklett

McEwan. H. Smith White,

S.

Brandon Carter

Brown Eagle

Ferrell

Goldstein

Haynes Maxson

Henderson

Tolliver

Turnley

Rogers Walker, M.

Wright

Young

Luck Pickup Walker, C. Ziegler

Parnell

Browning Linton

Page Seventy-S


Triad Club

Officers Benny Smith

Vice-President

Marline Bunch

Secretary

Eleanor

Sergeant-at-Arms .

Miss

.

BEVERLY PICKUP and MISS ORDWAY Sponsor— DAY STUDENT CLUBHOUSE

Goldstein

Sylvia

Treasurer

Sponsor

Pickup

Beverly

President

President and

Whltworth

Martha

Ordway

played as star forward and was aided by Frances Hargis,

Talented Beverly Pickup directs the activities of the Triad

Club as president.

In

assistant

cooperation with the sponsor, Miss

Martha Ordway, the club

tries

to

accomplish

its

school

three-

Scholastic ambitions are held high by Benny Smith, five

"As"

a

month

in

college Triads on the honor

who

In

high school, as well as by

roll

their

of the

responsibilities in

are

in

charge of Olivia

turn appoints various girls to serve as

of each of the

campus

organized by Edna

sports.

Mae

among

team

and

played

The Triads were

enthusiastically

schedule of basketball.

managers

through

a

in

A

placing

their

whole

Ann

Nancy Anderson

Frrinrr,.,

to

the

Two luncheon

high

school

girls

an

ping-pong

interclub

and the club B.

stars,

Hr,rr,i.

on

a

to the

a

loving

ensemble

cup girl

M

my Smith

B. n

Ir.nimy

Smith

Mr„|orio Lurl

An

,.y,n,-

Mandal..r- Linton

I.1..I

i.-,nn

MrLw-in

Ell.-.lbr.th

McEwai

H,.n,i.,lti

B'..v.;rly

with

I

9 3 9

M-i.on

Po,n..|l

MIcfcey Fisher

PIrtup Eli.-ahoth Pinner

Sylvia Goldstein

Co'olin.j

Joanne Hampton

Kote

Pofcin^or

Ellen

Poriefs

v Unit

SI,

Browning Martino Bunch Frances Capps Marjorie Carter

Hondr-r

Jordan

Jeanne

also

i. lilli

Moly.si Hayni-,

l-.aholl

tournament

Roll

M,vgr>rr,t

Lury

group

of this club.

Roberta Brandon

Mary Eagle

regularly

not

This

as well as a record of

owardcd

has been purchased to be

|-t,„drTnr,n

Olivia Chilton

are

C. Contest" winners, and

Florence Brown Lucie Jean Brov/n

Kilty

who

donated by the members, waiting for the winners. scrapbook with an autograph sheet preserves a record

the "Triad A.

Club

Page Seventy-Seven

weekly meetings they are entertained by members

of the teams

top-ranking

Edith Alien

Ferrell

s

club.

prize,

Marjorie Carter, the manager.

Doris

day student

group who give varying programs.

sponsored

Zlegler while Joanne HIampton,

the scorers.

to this

allowed to leave the campus at noon.

Chilton

The bowling team was

Angelina Tillman and Lucy Parnell aided her high

high

the

meetings were held during the year which were a special

each semester.

treat

who

represented

Parnell

Social graces are not foreign

and Ann Hardeman who represent the

Sylvia Goldstein

Civic

Lucy

on the basketball team and proved herself

Indispensable.

fold purpose.

makes

manager.

girls

'.,/•

lll..n

Sl.imr-:

St.M'im'Mf

|)r„ ..thy

lilim.in

V.ll.v,.,

Phr ,r.f„. l„,nlr.y

W.llU.

r.T, rjyn

M.I ,y W.nlUt r.j.

.-,11

V/hil..

f-U:ino, M,-, ry

Whilwr.rlh

W.lltr,n

M.-, .r,/,,^!

Edn

.-,

Wr.nhl

Young

M.,n Ziorjin.

N E 5


E I

9 3 9

M i E 5 T E 5

Campbell Haynes

Allen Eustis

Jones Prideaux

Scovern

Gordon McEwan

McGehee

Reeves Walker, A.

Richardson Walker, B.

Wo

nnser

Wr ight

Drew

Ehrlich

Herold Pavey Ryan

Herndon Pearson Schrader

Schwab

Ware

Weeks

Woolwme

Holman Perk

You ng Pc

ge Seventy-Eight


J_ V

K Club

TrI

Officers President

Carolyn

Barbara Jones

Treasurer

Mary Woolwine

Sponsor

is

Pearson

Secretary

Nadlne

Sergeant-at-Arms

It

Mary Drew

Alice

Vice-President

.

Miss Catherine

.

the plan of the Kubia

Khan Club

E.

to

;3*asS^--

ALICE

MARY DREW

President and

Prideaux

charge of Natalie Allen, Jean

have one social

Dynamic and individual Alice Mary Drew has proved an original and efficient president in her planning.

successfully given.

assisted In

the TrI girls

K's

Miss Catherine Morrison,

spent an October week-end at a

about ninety miles from Nashville.

camp

Martha

Perk,

__

and Jeannette Weeks.

February, a Sunday tea for the faculty

In

their sponsor.

Sponsor— TRI

'

MORRl K CLUB

Morrison

event each month, as well as a program at each meeting.

Chaperoned by

and MISS

was given

members was

and Eleanor Campbell

the planning and working out of this party.

In

March,

Shirley Ehrllch

a

supper dance with Carol

for the club

for

ing April the club

members and

McEwan

in

charge,

their friends.

Dur-

went on another week-end party.

Eustis,

as chairman, planned the entertainment during the entire

With Mary Woolwine

time.

club was represented on the field by such stars as Connie

In

November, the

Trl K's

This party

entertained for the X.

L.'s,

players,

was organized by zealous Mary hlolman.

while

high scores

Marilyn Reeves, as general chairman for the

gym dance planned

a

In

charge of the hockey team, the

Wright and Alice Mary Drew. Chris Schrader, VIrglnlci Gordon, and Natalie Allen were outstanding basketball

their

party and dinner at the clubhouse,

sister club, at a skating

In

Betty

Walker and

Barbara

Jonos made

the bowling tournament.

December

most successful Yuletide party.

Club vespers. Important

to

dub

life,

are

In

The decorations of snowballs and Christmas trees and

Jean Richardson.

the refreshments suggesting Christmas novelties were

has been president of her class during the year.

in

Club Natolic- Allen

B.vh aro Jones

Carr

Mory

Ellon

1

r

9 3 9

M I E

McE^an

M r&ohoo

Annr

tic

Povoy

Eustis

Corr

lyn

Poo'son

Virginia

Gordon Martha Lovo Haynes

Nod

no Pridoou.

Mo-

lyn

Dorothy Herold

Joan

Martha

Page Seventy-Nine

Drev/

Ehrlich

Shirley

charge of

Betty Walker, an outstanding Senior,

Roll

Eleanor Campbell Alice

s E

Wollor y

Wall..

N

Roovol

Rl cho-dson

Catherine Herndon

Mar on Ryan

Mary Holman

Ch.i lino Schrad

O

Con-.tonco Wriohl

Rulh

Youm


5 E I

9 3 9

M iL

E 5 T

ry

Baxle Byrd,

James, Porter

M.

Fox

Fov/ler i

ames. M. Rice

Blalocl

Brayton Dailey

Farwell

Crane

Crisp

Fromm

Huffman

Jackson

Kent

Helme Knapp

Little

McDonald

Robb

Roberts

Shaw

Sprowl

Tomllnson

Page Eighty


.^k.

L

X.

Club

Officers President

Ann Trimble

Secretary

Jane Knapp

Elsie

Treasurer

Ruth

Sergeant-at-Arms

day and

Into the evenings the X,

the enthusiasm

Miss

Crisp.

of

group

this

by

inspired

is

One

and excitement.

setting of fun

member

Marion

Miss

.

the

sponsor

L.

clubhouse

is

real club spirit.

the

whole

is

Home

brought

girl in

is

rated

the club.

other

work

is

that

list.

the honor

truly

James on

for

roll

achievement

an accomplishment for the

The X. the

highest record

L.'s

list

in

in

girls

academic who make

high

regularly.

Edith

Dailey

first

made

in

the

L.'s

to the club receiving

Frances Farwell, Ruth Rice, win

to

forward

as

the Elsie

Evelyn Huffman.

cup.

Jane

Hockey Knapp,

The X.

and Phyllis Shaw was Jane Knapp bowled the

club standing

outstanding.

early

the

nine weeks.

Teams In every sport have been sponsored by the club and the members who were not on the teams have shown

In

L.'s

the

entertained fall,

top.

They

at

skating

a

coffee.

s E

The bowling team

Elsie

highest individual score for the entire school.

have Suzanne McDonald and Mary

the school for the

athletes

Robb and

especially

on

Being

awarded

number of points. McDonald helped

Suzanne

Marjorie

Office,

horse show brought the X.

fall

the highest

that every

president,

The

the loving cup which was

of the reasons for

Virginia

the

MARJORIE CRISP L. CLUB

Merriwether

an

of

every

well as a true friend of

a

and

Sponsor and President— X.

Baxter

and she has proved helpful as

Merriwether,

understanding

as

petite

MERRIWETHER

MISS

Rice

Virginia

Sponsor

All

Crisp

Mar|orie

Vice-President

this

year by giving an open house

followed by a week-end party at Ridge-

also entertained their sister club, the Trl

K's,

and the faculty was invited to o Edith Crane has been active in planning enter-

I

9 3 9

party,

tainment for the members during their regular meetings.

M iL

Club Ruth Powlor

Virqlnia

Llttl...

Jane Berry

Rosomory Fox

Su.-^nn,,

MrDon.,ld

Irby Lee

Arlcno Fromm

Rob-.rc.1

Virgmia Baxter

Blaloct

Edna Brayton Lillian

Byrd

Mary Byrd Edith

Mae Crane

Marjorie Crisp Edith

Dailey

Frances Farv,oll

Page Eighty-One

Roll

Holme Evelyn Huffman Ann JacUon Betty Jomes Mary James Louise

Elaine Kent Elsie

Jono Knapp

Po-lor

Ruth Rirr Virginia

Robb

Ha.flol Robn-ls Phyllis

Show

Virginia Spiowl

Anna Tomlln'.on Ann Trimble Bello Wahl

E 5 T O N


5 E 1

9 3 9

M E 5 T O N

lltpci-

^

.

.

hniLu-

I'lu.

.

.

l>,-l

I'rrs-.hill-l'.inx liiiiuc

Ci-iirnil

rc'.axulKni

.

.

.

.Ill

I,:

I-

niiui:

Ihrsc

tlii

,;)<;'.«

Orchestra

make

lit

club

.

.

.

life

Tin- /^iiui-fniid tnur al

<il

.

.

.

Open

\l\ud-Hchiionl.

Page Eighty-Two


.^•^




THE 1939

MILESTONES

"They walk, they talk, they're even human! The strangest things in captivity!" circus holds no queerer sights than the Ward-Belmont campus on Fag Day.

A

is a day set aside for the initiation of new girls into various social clubs. Stunts begin at seven o'clock in the morning and last through breakfast; although some of the less strenuous demonstrations are carried on throughout the day. Such sights as the X. L. babies with their bottles holding hands with the Penta

This

Tau children; Del Vers clad very becomingly in burlap sacking to resemble frogs; Osirons as playing cards; and T. C.'s as shrinking violets, fill the big tent of the campus. Tri K's in their striped donkey suits, A. K.'s roaring as lions, and Anti-Pans in hula skirts of the latest funny papers, are featured side show attracThe F. F.'s resemble Believe It or Not oddities with their funny faces, as tions. do the Agoras, who are covered with letters of the alphabet.

/,.

luil'ics

In

.1.

K. linns;

i-nhl

i-rrain

lipsliik

iiislr.i.l

and

ni

;ir,:asi-

,,

,

l^auil

rri-aiii is tin- rrlrcshiiifl cliiii.^

as a fnll-jlcdijcd club

lay.

and she rmcriics jrnm

"sisi,-

Page Eighty-Fou'


itself on the traditional celebrations which sponsors throughout the years; one of these annual events is the formal Miss Mary R. Norris was recognition of every class unit on the campus. responsible for the establishment of this custom several years ago, and the ideal behind it has endured even though the color and glamour of the ceremony has been enlarged. It was Miss Norris' original purpose to further a closer unity of the school as a whole by a mass meeting where the girls were segregated

Ward-Belmont has always prided it

Class

Recognition

^

Day

into their

own

class groups.

October 7, 1939, began with a march to the Academic where each class took its designated place. The Class Pledge, the Pledge song, and a speech by Miss Norris, in which she presented the purpose and aims of Class Recognition Day, were \hp order of events. Mr. Benedict The

activities of the day,

Building,

,

presided over tho

:

.

B

,/^/Stfl

l7«n«r«ntrfiDiimKi Ih-i-ssrd

Page Eighty-Five

ill

i.'/n'/,-

,;uli

jiil

Uihrs lur

THE 1939

/•/,/

MILESTONES


THE

MILESTONES

1939

Washington's Birthday

A

Marlha

of

iiliiiit^sc

l!'aslfiinit<iii.

Time of

on

back,

turns

the the

birthday, as

Ward-Belnnont Seniors re-create eighteenth

century

and

minuet.

candlelight

are selected from

this

of the loveliest honors

can

evening

the

George Washington's

bestov/

traying

the

— the

scenes

Two

of

one

for

class

Ward-Belmont of

pro-

George

and

privilege

roles

of girls

Martha Washington.

Powdered

wigs

take

the

place

permanent waves and lace and flounces

and

romantically

served

in

replace

Formal

sweaters.

the dining

of

satin skirts

dinner

is

room presided

over by George and Martha.

After-

wards, the guests and their host and hostess Building,

the

retire

where

minuet.

the

to

the

This

I:li:ahclh l\'iiii)alc as Marlha ll\uIiiii<iton and Cai, : A tin- stairs in Rrircalioii Ilali Icadini/ tlictr k Ball, February 22. 1<>S0.

Academic

Seniors

(Inwiiiliin/

dance

ceremony creates an unforgettable impression on the spectator

and gentlemen of the Washington court portray again an evening century when Carol Nelson as

ballroom dancing.

George and

Elizabeth

Wingate

as

at

Mount Vernon.

the

as

We

Martha descend from

./.I.

iirt

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Il'ashiniitoii,

lu IVasluiuilan's

brilliantly

Birthdav

robed

ladies

are returned to the twentieth

their throne

and begin modern

Thus they invite the assembled guests and friends to enjoy themselves by dancing during the

evening.

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Eighty-Si)


Senior-Senior-Middle Activities On

the

year,

campus April this be remembered, not I

will

merely as

All

Fools'

day

in

1939

as

a

traditional tion

and

,

Day,

but the

when

competi-

interclass

took place. The Seniors Senior-Middles were sum-

moned from their beds by a 6:30 bell. Girls in purple and yellow scattered hither and yon and various well-organized committees hurried to decorate the campus, range, courts, and Seniors

J

l^^a'*&S5t^|;^^

~

were

"put on Ice" and Senior-Middles were "left on the dump heap," but it was all in fun! Within an hour the campus was transformed into a battlefield in which rackets, balls and bats were the accepted weapons. field.

Excitement reached

Its

highest

when the Senior-Middles picketed and struck against TIME and the Seniors soared from Mars In their rocket ship, pitch

invading the Senior-Middle world and taking each Inhabitant captive. Never-failing ship

was

classes

as

good sportsman-

revealed

had

by

both

already

been

shown in the hockey, basketball, and bowling games earlier in the year. The Seniors gained a head start over the SeniorMiddles by winning the two morning sports tennis and

—

bowling.

During the afternoon

Senior-Middles

the

and won back

their

retaliated lost

points

\

by showing themselves adept in water polo and archery. Although only a f' did their part In cheering their teams to victory.

The climax of this wonderful day came when white, and singing the Senior song:

vere

sfiril

<'

i.v

Uukiiiii

,1111,

nil/ xp,;l,il,'rs ,ir /'/o vrr.v.

able to participate

th e Seniors

In

the games, the remainder of both classes

entered the dining room two by two, dressed

In

yellow and

'/V-J

r f',ir,iil,-s. nil, I ,;,-)i

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Page EightySe/en

•

THE

1939

MILESTONES


THE 1939

MILESTONES

We

The

pledge now our love for our old W.-B.. vow to be ever true; pledge, too, our love for our dear Senior Class God bless them, the old and the new. We'll hold high those colors, the Gold and the Blue; Our banners shall kiss the sky.

We

Our faith all-resisting, our goal Our motto. "To do or die."

for

life's

joys

we have here

will

not fly as the leaves;

They'll last us life's journey through;

We

the love we have now for the friendships we've made Will live in our memories, too; And though we must part from each other some day. As Seniors have parted before. The glorious spirit of old '39.

And

best.

Will linoer for evermore.

After these Seniors had taken their places the Senior-Middles, who had met In the dining room before the Seniors marched in, sang to them the song that has been the Senior-Middle song during the entire year.

We

love you,

we

We'll cheer you.

love you.

Revere you Throughout our campus days.

The dear old Senior Class, In victories,

Your

in

losses

And

then at last We'll whisper to you Our parting word of praise.

spirit true

Reveals the you

We

can't surpass.

Mr. Benedict's announcement of the winning class was met with cries of victory from the Seniors, and a spirit of "try again from the Senior-Mlds. It was the end of a perfect day, and one that will long be remembered as a high light "

in

the annals of Ward-Belmont.

SCORES SENIOR-MIDDLES

EVENT

SENIORS

Hockey

21/2

Basketball

1

Bowling

2

Baseball Tennis

21/2

2

Archery

Water

4

5

— Hockey

Cheering— Basketball

/(,-

.S,'iii,,r..\luldles

sInL;- ai,aiust 1

EVENT SENIOR-MIDDLES Cheering— S.-Sr.-M. Day 11/2 Decorations

Decorations— S.-Sr.-M. Day Penant Challenge

Answer

5

Polo

Cheering

7

SENIORS

Parade 2 4 1/2

42

IMIi as

llic Si-i:inr

Vcllou' Ja, kcis ilr.unul

Irniii

Mars. Page Eighty-Eight


IS.

March

2. al

//(>•

'iial

banqml.

Senior-Senlor-MIddle Derby On

latter part of February a commotion was heard received their invitations to the Senior-Senior-Middle Derby. a certain

day during the

After that tension was

high

In

Middle March: the Seniors had

|ust

on campus, for everyone was eager to know more of the racing news from Ward-

Belmont Downs.

On Derby

The guests entered the Night, March 2, the twenty-sixth annual Senior-Senior-Middle Derby was held. room through a giant horseshoe covered with roses and took their places at the tables decorated with miniaThe room was a mass of ture horses, hurdles, and candlestick holders made of horseshoes holding yellow candles. colored pennants arranged in typical derby fashion. The inside windows became stalls for the Seniors' pride horses named for class officers. Throughout the evening these thoroughbreds watched the proceedings from their stalls. The Derby was announced by Edith Dailey, toastmistress, and the program began with a welcome given by Winkie dining

velcome, Betty Walker, the first entry and president Pierce, president of the Senior-Middle Class. In response to this Katy Heitieberg of the Senior Class, expressed the appreciation of her group for the Derby given in their honor. gave the track records of many Senior winners, one of these winners being Illustrated by Marjorle Cogburn In the dance which followed. The various processes of training and grooming that the horses have to undergo in the paddocks to become winners were discussed by Nancy Davis. Between speeches several fanfares were given by members of the hostess class. The

Equestriennes did a dance in keeping with the Derby idea, and a quartet of singers told the sad story of the mare named Walker who "didn't bring home the bacon. After these fanfares Mary Adelaide Hansen gave the betting odds of the Seniors and "

revealed

many

idiosyncrasies of the horses themselves.

The high point of the evening's fun was the address by Mr. A. B. Benedict, head trainer for all Ward-Belmont Downs, Incorporated. Following this final address, the entire Senior-Middle Class offered a tribute or laurel wreath to the Seniors in the form of a song. Without a break the entire group began "Tho Bells of Ward-Belmont," the theme song for all derbies that will ever be held on this race track. /,•,-,•/•

Page Eighty-Nine

THE

1939

;iY)/.7i nl

Ihu

I <,;!:,

MILESTONES


5 E 1

9 3 9

M i E 5

T O N E

Page Ninety


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9 3 9

M iL

E 5 T O N

Page Ninety-One


THE 1939

When fitting tulips,

MILESTONES

campus Is colorful with the coming of spring, it is some celebration should be presented to which the May Day is the ivy and the summer houses can add. the

TUl

Oiuiii and lui attendants arrwc at the [iti and arc seated on the throne.

May Day

that

undoubtedly one of the high This year's

lights of

our school year.

May Day theme was "Dancing Through

the Years."

Various dances, each representative of a definite type, All the students enrolled In school, with the

were presented under the direction of Miss Mary Elizabeth Delaney exception of the seniors, took part in the dance program.

Dances commencing with the Grecian period, following through the Grecian, Roman, Indian, Russian Ballet, Gavotte, Pavonne, Polka, Mazurka, Viennese Waltz, Isadora Duncan era, American Country Dances, up to and Including the Modern Dance all these comprised the program. As a fitting climax to the program, which was presented before the May Queen, Katherine Walsh; Rosemary Fox, The College Maid; and Beth hlolcombe, hiigh School Maid; one hundred students danced the May Pole Dance. personnel of the center pole was composed of those girls in the advanced ballet class, while the other poles were danced about by high school students. Costumes from Indians to Grecian figures were designed especially to carry out the idea portrayed by each group. Pageantry, color, pomp and beauty all blend to make May Day one of the most colorful and lovely of Ward-Belmont's

—

events.

May

Day's t/rand finale— I'lie

May

l',de

Da Page Ninety-Two


/(i;ic/ Fiilts

row— Block.

Hwy

leads the Seniors as

jarcwclls lo W'ard-Hchiumt.

siiin llicir

Wingate. E.; Winqate, M.; Lohmann, Chadwell. Gonjalez, Trimble, Morrow, Breazeale, Bunger. Second row— Erganbright, Walsh, Woolwine, Young, Dixon, Gill, Luhring, Petty, James. M.: Cornelius, Sprowl, Bickerstaff, Motley, Pickup, Crisp. Third row— Schwab, Burk. Renger, Robb, Lund. Hahn, Stacy, Drew, Holman, Phillips Walker, Knapp, Rice, Lindfors, Banigan. Fourth row— Austin, Kinney, Dredia, von Seggern, Hargis, James, B.: Marker. Carter. First

Asplnall,

Moore,

Evans,

Ironside,

Step Singing campus

Traditions hold the

in

sway as the "new

replace the "old girls" on the steps of the

girls"

during one of the most impressive of the closing activities

On tion,

Saturday,

and

literally this,

May

27, the

Then

love.

Is

it

members

Sunday,

their school.

feel that

May

graduation

these Senior

28.

Is

Accompanying

change of

this

well

as

status

met again

girls

at leaving this school,

Not only

Is

at

life

comes almost

In

Belmont. vital

the

girls"

which

development of

to sing their last farewells lo the school

reaches

loyalty to

and

to give

their class

Under

able

the

and the Incoming Senior

class as

To

the

the Incoming class of

and perhaps

air,

for the

'-lO.

the Seniors' deep-felt emotion

first

time thoy recognize the honor

theirs as the successors of the Senior Class of 1939.

the students,

The

In

'40.

songs honoring

but the guests are Impressed by the

numerals 1-9-3-9 before the Imposing white columns of "Ac."

commencement

group of "old

Surely the harmony, clarity, sincerity and the beauty of the

Ward-Belmont.

as a current

larger

the carefully directed singing of each group.

which they are about to leave.

songs typify the class members'

Is

the classes

Fults the Seniors present their favorite

the school,

and duty which

In

that

the beginning of another phase

over their position as the Senior class to the incoming class of

guidance of Janet

building,

of the Senior class gathered to sing to the school their songs of praise, apprecia-

that they are invited to join the alumnae,

around the world, who

Academic

— Step Singing.

service,

for

each

girl

finds

through

It

a

girls In

This

white dresses laying the

ceremony

Is

as

much

dr-)lsy

truer conception of the real v^orlh of her

lasting spirit of this occasion remains with the

"old

girls"

chain to form the

a part of graduation as life

here at

and continues with the "new

"

part of the everlasting memories of school days here on the campus.

Page Nlnety-Thr

THE

1939

MILESTONES

to

Is

!ho

Wardform a


MILESTONES

Betty Walker, Senior president, and Marjnric iarle

idem, lead

/lie

aradiiale

Graduation As a milestone in the progress of Ward-Belmont, graduation and commencement come to close the school year and open the future to the graduating classes. The dates for these events are set for May 29 and 30. During this time one hundred and three graduates, solemn-faced and moist-eyed, will hear stimulating addresses. This year the Senior College group will hear Dr. Frank hiill Caldwell, president of the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, deliver the

commencement sermon. ment address.

Robert Johns Trevorrow, from hHackettstown,

Dr.

The high school graduates

hear Bishop

will

have inspirational meanings for each individual In

these

last

few days which hold

honor, and duty to her

own

and

class ivy plant,

imbedded

her memories, each

in

in

for they

fast

to

—

sense which

school

green of the

girl,

a

E.

traditions,

New

felt

will

give the college

Dandridge, Nashville, Tennessee.

will

serve as a valuable part of her

every Ward-Belmont is

Jersey,

P.

in

girl

will

memory.

experiences a sense of responsibility,

the sound of the chimes playing

in

wants to leave the school "better and more beautiful than

the tower,

With these

the merriment at the All-Club banquet held the last evening.

girl

commence-

These messages

It

in

the

feelings

was given to her."

1939's Seniors /^ass

Page Ninety-Fou



I.

Both the "new" and the "old."

my

hiere's

cussing rushing?

greeting.

again. ing.

7.

please! ing

for

one?

4.

Into

5.

6.

A.

trunk,

B.

Day students the grind

Watchful waitInformation 8.

Look-

some 9.

3.

^^^

2.

^^

Dis-

wf^ (^^ ^^


Senlor-

Mids

1^^^ i

9HL

Louis

^1-1

Mf^

^^ ^^

^^

7.

—

the

air.

Biology

Hyphen 100

4.

class.

Danco. '°'*

''**''^

home.

at

Frankle and in

5.

'"'"''

^'

it.

3.

Fran are up

Careful, Kate. 6.

per cent.

Time 8.

to the grindstone. 9. Discussing the

out.

Noses

game.


'

I.

All

iop!

modern conveniences at RldgeGreener pastures. 3. Go on

2.

and break, Pat. 4. Tish, who pushed jm^ Marion? 5. Our own George and j}^^ Emma. 6. Off to Riva-Lake. #lj 7.

No

city slickers here!

Camp drawing, calls.

hikers!

9.

I

I-fo

8.

Oi ^^

-


^*^

^^

^^ t 3 -

^^^ h^^

9. l;n.^r

Joke, Gibblot?

Morgarct. Toy."

out

of

mow.

Fir-J

7.

6.

traih

8.

can,

frooio

"Ming

Mlsi

Rcgiitrars.

the

3.

4. Bot-

5. You'll

tor duck.

^^^

C^ ^f^

Seniors Swing.

I.

2.

Come

Marion.

Southward bound. Eastern Air10.

RomoTibcr Marie's

Watch

out,

Jean.

tennis


I.

Enthusiastic

spectators.

your friend, Jackie? for

lunching.

"dears." Mail.

5.

...

handy? hockey,

Huddle.

7.

ing trouble.

Twin?

2.

Odd

Seven

6.

He

Hav

Any

zoos

plays

Who's

place

little

Pampering U. S

too. 9.

4.

3.


',•1

«i''

Goin

my way?

Protty smiles.

4.

3.

Find-

any four-leaf clovers?

C^

5.

and

^^#

King

S-p-r-i-n-gl

Happy ache,

r

Both and Glnna,

7.

birthday,

Carol?

ting class again!

10

of

10. I

I

Queen

Hearts.

Chums. ...

6.

8.

Head-

Hope.

9.

Uh-huh,

Fof,

cut-


ull

end, 4.

session.

a nneeting."

I'm dizzy.

9.

3.

Senior elegance!

call

8.

Have

2.

Lucerne?

7.

Fortunes

6.

fun this

Such 5.

"We

her smile.

Hungry??

can

O-o-o-h,

Where, ginx?

In

week

energy

ffJ%

^^


I

Is

over.

4. 5.

The way to 7.

?

like

and peppy,

that's Pet.

'Free

?

'ittle

After the dance

Mumps, maybe. man's

a

Attention, please.

uturiere.

Term

Exams are 3.

fishes!

•

paper due

8.

9.

heart.

Wide awake

Mile. Easterly,


^'^'^^mi^^m I.

Such graceful

hands,

Exams coming, Chris? piggie went to

New

York,

Smoothie

we're

the

7.

skyline.

Boosters.

W. 8.

A

9.

10.

Help,

Yellow

Jackets!!

4.

here.

B,

6.

littl

We 5.

Y

views

Senior

rose by

any other name

This

3.

market.

sight-seers.

immigrant.

"Junior."


4?

^\3^

^^^ 3.

*<^

,

^^

^^ ^^^ 9.

I.

hair?

Comfort.

ment.

8.

We'd

like

7.

2.

Boo!

Where's Drew's 4. Hall

Interested.

5.

Spring

show.

mothers. 6.

Home

Solid

Depart-

Chocolate soda, please. to

know them

better.


T H E

A

B

A-THLETIC

B-EAUTIFUL

.^iiii^v

1

9 3 9

Kathryne Walsh

Charlotte Kinney

c

>f

C-HARMING

«.

\

D D-IPLOMATIC Jane Jarvis

Jean Caldwell

M 1

La

E F-ASHIONABLE

E-NERGETIC

5

T O N E

Mar|orie Crisp

Mary Nancy Davis

H

G

H-UMOROUS

G-RACEFUL

Dorothy Hardendorf Carol Nelson

I

J-OLLY

l-NTELLECTUAL Edith

Kate Haltom

Dailey

_,^-

L

K K-IND Ann hHardeman

\-m

L-OYAL Martha Bryan

Page

One Hundred

Sii


M

N

M-AGNETIC

N-AIVE

Mary Drew

Alice

Rebecca Porter

o

p

O-RIGINAL

P-ATIENT

Jane Allen Brooks

largaret

Wingate

Q

R

Q-UAINT

R-EGAL

Elizabeth

Betty Walker

Wingate

S-INCERE

4^

1

9 3 9

M

T

s

T H E

T-ALENTED Kyle McDonnell

E 5 T

u

V

P.

U-NDERSTANDING

V-ERSATILE

Allison

Elsie

Hearne

Jane Knapp

^:

w

X

W-INNING

X-ECUTIVE

Frankie Taylor

Winkie Pierce

Y

z

Y-OUTHFUL

Z-EALOUS

Mary

Julia

Alice Berry

Ross

\ Page One Hundred Seven

Young

N


ENSEMBLE To be elected

ABC

Ensemble

is

one of the highest honors that

comes

to

a

The choice

Ward-Belmont year

this

one

unusual, for not

— the by

Phillips twins

the

best

which

entire

go

girl.

somewhat

girl,

but two

— were chosen

student

portraying

Ensemble

is

those

toward

body

as

qualities

making

the

Girl.

Page One Hundred Eigh:




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( MISS

MARY ELIZABETH CAYCE Sponsor

J o

R M D D LE I

MARY FRANCES

IRA BEATRICE BALL

ALDRIDGE

Middlesboro, Ky.

Huntington,

W.

Va.

Del Vers

Osiron

llillh

Hiijh School Certificate

'38.

38,

Captivators.

Art

'39;

Certificate

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Club,

MARY MAXINE BOZEMAN Nashville. Tenn.

Ariston

Penta Tau

School Certificate

Active ',18, i9; AssociaAthletic '39; Spanish Club,

PcnstafT,

Member tion,

WINIFREDE CREEL BELCHER Charleston, W. Va.

High School

Certificate

}9.

'38.

Vice-President

Club, '39; Hockey '39; School IliRh Varsity, Milestones Representative '39; Associate Editor Chimes,

Spanish

'39;

letic

BROWN

LUCIE JEAN

Archery ManaKcr AthAssociation, '39; Hy-

phen,

Nashville, Tenn.

'39.

Triad

PEGGY BROWER JANE ALLEN BROOKS Little

Rock ArL

F.

Heron Hall. I'roctor Turf and Tanbark Club.

WINIFRED Certificate

Treasurer Sophomore Class, '37;

F.

Osiron

Hiyh School

Canton, Ohio

I'enstaff,

'38.

Lizton,

BROWN Ind.

Osiron

Hifih School Certificate

'39; '.i8.

'39.

School Certificate

/li,lh

Club,

Spanish

'39.

FRANCES MILDRED CARTER

JANE MERIWETHER

Nashville, Tenn.

BROWNING

Eccowasin

Nashville, Tenn.

MARTHA RUTH BURNS

Angkor

Nowata, Okla.

Hicjh School Certificate Secretary Class, '39.

'39;

lunior I'cnslaff,

-

Middle'.i7,

Osiron

I'm.MM

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School Certificate

IT,

rresiilent '36; ',18;

',«,

Scliool Certificate

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W);

\'icc-

Freshman

Class,

'.W.

President Junior Class, Secretary Day Student

Council,

'39.

MARTHA

LEE

CASON

Keota, Okla.

Osiron

Page One Hundred Ten


LAUfA

ELIZABETH H. Omaha, Neb. T.

Al.elmnc

ELEANOR JEANNE

MARY ALENE EDWARDS

DuBOSE

Nashville, Tenn.

DEMMER

CRONKHITE Ft.

Thomas, Ky,

Courtland, Ala.

Del Vers

C.

Ilujh Silinol Certificate

A.

Hiiih School Certificate Clul

SpaTii.sh

M9; Vice-President-Sccrctar

High School Student Cnun •39; Bowling " ty, '39;

Active

Member

Association,

Angkor //;,<//;

Varsitv, '.ifl; .' Member Athletic As;

e

Secretary

K.

skethall

School Ccrlificate

Member Active Athletic '.i;, '.W; '.SS. Association. Hockey \"arsilv, 37; ,'<eer,-tary Freshman ll,iss. '.!(,; President Tunior Mi. I. IK-

Athle

'39.

MARY HELEN EMMONDS Nashville, Tenn.

Eccowasin

High

WINALEE GENTRY

SeJiDol Certificate '.19; Active Mem-

ber Athletic Association,

'i9.

KATHERINE STRATTON FRANKLIN

Nashville, Tenn.

Eccowasin

Oslron Hull, •.!•); Sergcinl-^ ns Osiron Club, •.i9.

Nashville, Tenn.

riitih

School Certificate

Hockey Varsilv. '37, VW, •.?9; Active .Member Athletic Association. 'Mi. '37. '.W. '.!9: Secretary Kccnwasin CItib. •3R, \\9: Dav Slu.lenl Proc-

Eccowasin

High School

Certificate

tor.

MARY

ELIZABETH

VIRGINIA LOVE GRAVES

Jackson, Mich.

Penstafif.

'39.

GRIDLEY Orange, Mass. A.

K.

High School Certificate President High School Stu"

'J9; .Sc

Club.

Page

Spani.sh Club, '.TO; A. K.

.19;

Latin

'38.

One Hundred

MARJORIE ANN HALEY iirminghan T.

Ele

C

MARY JANE HARRIS

Albany, Ga.

SUE GRIMES

B.irtlosvlllc,

Oslron

Ala. dice Clul.,

Club,

•i9:

Spanish

T.

OUa.

C.

High School

Certificate


M D D L I

MARGARET CARTWRIGHT HENDERSON

MARY

Nashville, Tenn.

Angkor

Hermitage, Tenn. Triad

High Hocke

Me

High School Iliflh

Scliool Certificate '38; Act

CORINNE HOWELL

ELIZABETH

HENLEY Nashville, Tenn.

SiJwol Cc

Pfiistaff,

'lifii-ale

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'36.

Penstaff.

-

Da

KIRKPATRICK Nashville, Tenn.

Certificate Presidcn -

'39;

'38,

Sophon

SARAH CARNEY

Eccowasin

High School

Certificate

-

Stude

Council,

Athleti. '39.

NANCY JEAN KNAPPEN Richland,

Mich.

Del Vers

High School Treasurer Cla

Council

Certificate

Juninr

-

Middle

'39.

JEAN FRANCES

VIRGINIA MAIDEN Bluffs,

MARIENTHAL

la.

Detroit,

Osiron

High School 'eustali',

Hyph.

'39;

Certificate Glee Club, '39;

'39.

High School ,rt

Club,

Hock

'38,

V

Nashville, Tenn.

Certificat Glee Clu Club, 39;

High School

Certificate

'39;

Spanish

M

REYNOLDS

MAXSON Triad

Osiron

'39

MARY HELEN McMURRAY

Mich.

ISABEL

Varsity, Athletic

Act Assoc

'39;

'39.

Nashville. Tenn.

Eccowasin

High School

Certificate Vice-President Junior Class,

Eccowasin Club, '38; Basketball Varsity, '38, '39; Bowling Varsity, '38; Bowling Manager '38;

FRITZI

BARBARA REEVES

MEYN

Treasurer

MOHLER BETTY

DEAN MITCHELL

Gainesville, Texas

High School

Certificate

A. K.

High School

Charleston,

W.

Va.

Osiron '39;

Certificate

Page One Hundred Twelve


JANE BROWNING Secretary

"***?

^,

.<c<.

J U o

R M D D I

KATHRYN St.

PHILLIPS

ELIZABETH LYTLE

ADELAIDE ROBERTS

RAGLAND

Nashville, Tenn.

Albans, VV. Va.

Nashville, Tenn.

Oslron

High School

Hiyh School

LILLIAN

'36,

'38,

SMITH Nashville, Tenn.

Triad

Triad

School Ccrltficalc

38.

.i6;

Memhir

.•\ctive

Association.

.\lhl.tic

.i8.

CInb.

(ill-,

'3";

C.

.19:

I'roclor

Spanish Clul

Heron

Acliv .Men.ber Association. '.10.

Hall. '.19 Athleli

BENNY CALDWELL

McQUIDDY

Nashville, Tenn.

Iliflh

T.

School Ccrlificalc

IIi;ih

'39.

SHACKLETT

Treasurer Freshm.in Class. 36; Treasurer Triad Clulj,

Freshman Clas... Hockey X'.nsitv. -38;

President

OUa.

Sill,

Hiilh School Ccrltficalc

Ccrlificnir

^36. ^37. Baseball Varsity, ,W; Basketball Varsity, 38, .19; Hockey Varsity. 38, 39; Active Member Athletic As-

sociation.

ROLFE Fort

Angtor

Anglor

Ccrlifiialc

'39; Club, 38. Spanish Treasurer High School Student Council, '39.

ANN SHERBURNE

//;,//,

ANN GEDDES

Ponsacola, Flo.

School Ccrlljicalc

\ice-rresidcnt

Tria.l t-liil,. I'enstalT,

39; \-ice-Presidcnt .K: I'enstaff. 38,

MILDRED FLORENCE TART

5TAHLMAN Nashville, Tenn.

'39.

Anql-or

Osiron

lluih School Ccrlifualc I'enstalT.

Active

.16.

Member

sociation.

^37.

'.W.

-.1";

S|..,nisb

Club.

Club.

Cln.ir.

3'';

•.!•);

Clec

Wi.

Allilelic As-

^.W.

JEAN TUCKER Nashville. Tenn.

Ariston

BARBARA ESTELLE lliilh

THICE Independence, Mo. A.

K.

I'enstalT.

Hif/h School Ccrltfn-alc

Page

One Hundred

Thirteen

'38,

^39.

PEGGY VAUGHN

School CciiifuiUc

.Secretary Ariston Club. ^38; Active Member Athletic Association. '.IS. 'm: I'resi.ic-nt '.W;

I'etistalT.

PHOEBE GRAY TURNLEY

Noshvillc. Tenn.

Angler

Nashville. Tenn.

'37.

Triad

//////;

.V,/i,i,i/

Cciiifcalc

l_


M D D LE

SHIRLEY VAN DRUFF Council

I

Bluffs,

Osiron

High School ;ice

WHEATLEY

HARRIET OVERTON WILLIAMS

Nashville, Tenn.

Nashville, Tenn.

Ariston

Ariston

DOROTHY ANN

la.

Certificate

Club, J8, i9:

Hyphen

///(//;

Spanish

School Cerlijicale Club,

ANITA WILLIAMSON Old Hickory, Tenn. Ariston Iliilh

Hiilh School Certificate

School Certificate

'37, Basketball, Hockey Varsity,

'39.

ehall

Active

ZERFOSS

Nashville, Tenn.

Nashville, Tenn.

Angkor

5

Secretary Sophomore Class, .17; Vice-President AiiRkor CKib, '38.

'38.

'39; '38;

Athlet

'37, '38, Association, Secretary Athletic Assc tion, '37; President Ari Club, '39.

ELIZABETH LESLIE

PEGGY WRIGHT

Va Member

'39;

Anglior

Hiyh School

Certificate Vice-President Angkor Club, •39; Treasurer Tunior Class, 'OiS; Day Student Editor '39; Basketball Hyphen, '38, '39; ning Me Varsity. '38; Ac Athle Association 38,

'.•!9.

High Schoo

^'

Pre ''"^"^-n Biii'X'^-^ide.t

Car\eV'

Page One Hundred Fourteen



3 E

O R £ A 5 S

JEAN ELEANOR

ELIZABETH ASPINALL

MARY WALLACE AUSTIN

CHARLOTTE ELOISE

Weston, W. Va.

Stevenson, Ala.

BAITES

BANISAN

Angkor

Fayetteville, Tenn.

Danielson, Conn.

Agora

General Diploma

Osiron

General Manager Athletic '39; Association, Associate Editor Chimes, '.ig; Basketball Varsity, '38; French Club, '39; Art Club, '39.

Piano Certifieate

General Difloiiia ciich Club, -ii:

A. Cabinet,

'39;

Y.

W.

'29.

Gl e Club,

'38,

C.

T.

General Diploma

Art

Certifieate Art Club, '38, '39; Secretary Art Club, '39; French Club, '38; Editor Chimes, 'i9.

'39.

JANE MARSHALL BERRY

MARY JEANNETTE

Rome, Ga.

BENNETT

X.

Agora General Diploma resident Agora Club, ce-Prcsident ?; President ub,

'it:

Wordsm

39; th,

Kcntu -ky Kentucky C ub,

Frencb Club. '38, 39; ce null, -in. I')- Art C ub, > \. \V. C. A. Cabinet. •38.

NORA WALTON Columbus, Ga.

Art Qui), '38; Sergeant-atArm.s '39; Senior Class, Treasurer Athletic Associali^n, '39; Sergeant-at Arms

General Diploma

X.

L.

Cluli,

Club, '38,

BETTY

BICKERSTAFF

L.

General Diploma

Ky.

Sturgls.

Siianish

'38;

'39.

F.

J'iolin

Eccowasln

F.

General Diplonia French Club.

,

MARY LOUISE

'.i8

S.

'39;

Pr ictor

BREAZEALE Greenville,

French Club. Founders Hall,

'.19;

'38.

C.

SADIE

Penta Tau

General Diploma

Flint,

Mich.

Del Vers .anisb Club. ub, MS.

-ii.

i');

An

.ind Tanbark. '38, ilrnt .Math Club, Cluli, '.is.

BUCHANAN

Fayetteville, Tenn,

Osiron

Ridinii Cer/ifieale President Penla T.iu Club, '.19; '39: '.i8, iWath Club, C.erm.in Club. ',i8, '.19; Turf

JANE BLOCK

'.19.

Cerlifieale

M-. th Club, '38, '39; Orches'.IS, '.19; tra President Or-

ch stra, '39; Vice-President F. F. Club. '.19; Captivators.

3;

BETTY

BLACKMAN

Nashville, Tenn.

'.19; '.18;

Presi-

General Diploma

ANN BRIGGS

.'-;ergeant

Nashville, Tenn.

Arlston

Glee

General Diploma

Club.

'38;

net.

'38;

llvphen,

-

at V.

Arms Osiron W. C. A. Cabi-

-

Glee '39;

French Club,

Club.

Art Club,

'38: ',19;

'39.

Page One Hundred Sixteen


3

E O R MARTHA JEAN BUNGER

MARTINE BUNCH

New

Nashville, Tenn.

Triad

F.

General Diploma Expression Certificate Sergeant

Club, '38; Club, '39; 39; Math

Arms

Triad Secretary Triad French Club, 'oS, Club, '38, '39.

at

-

-

Nashville, Tenn.

CAMPBELL

Angkor

Kansas City. Mo.

F.

General Diploma

.Seni..r ,\li,lVice-Presi.lent dle Class, '.iS; D;iy Sui.liiil Editor Hyphen, '.«; W^ rdsmith, '38; Active M.inb.r '38, Associali.iu, Athletic '.!9; Hockey Varsity, '.W;

Hyphen Angkor

JANE CHADWELL

'3,'t, I'rcncb Cbd.. Sp.iinsh Cluh. '.'S. '3'l; Pr d.Ml Si..inisb Club. '.!'!;

Staff, '.W; Secretary

Club,

MARJORIE ANNE CORNELIUS

'39.

Nashville, Tenn.

MARJORIE BLARNAE CARTER Nashville, Tenn.

Ariston

Student

President Council,

Triad

General Diplonia

sity,

Vice-President Senior Class. '39; Basketball Varsity, '38; Secretary Athletic Board,

Tulsa,

General Diploma

Day

',W;

Math

•38;

Member tion,

I'r.Hli.r.

Day

5

Penta Tau

General Diphnna Piano Cerlifieale

General Diploma

Math

'38; Siiauish Club, Club, '.58, '39; Art Club, '.i,S; President F. V. Club, '39; Indiana Club, '38, '39,

DOROTHY JEAN

JEAN MARIE BURK

Albany, Ind.

C L A

Okio.

Anll-Pandor,-, '38;

Stu,k-nt

Arclu-ry \arVarsity, Club, '.!9; Active AssociaAthletic

'i9:

General Diploma

MARTHA FAYE CLARK

Hockey

yi; rr,.iMir,r

Club.

.\rt

Club.

Atlanta, Ga.

'3.-!,

'.W;

Paiid-ira t'hib. •.'''; .\>' iicialion H.I. lid.

Agora

l-i,-

.\

.\tlil 3'».

'39.

'39.

BETTY

MARJORIE LOUISE OPIE EZELL CRAIG Nashville, Tenn.

X.

Eccowasin Vice-President

Student

Page

Council,

Day

'39.

One Hundred Seventeen

President .\. Siianish Club, Club, '38, '39.

Angkor

Grand Rapids. Mich.

N. C.

General IHplonu:

Osiron

L.

.

General Diploma

General Diploma

General Diploma First

Lenoir,

Club.

'.19;

I'r.'ncb

'39;

,\rt

Chdi.

1..

'38,

•39.

Club. '.i9;

'.W.

'.!";

DODSON

Hormit.iqo, Tenn.

MARY DIXON

CRISP

.M.itb

Treasurir (Isin.n

.\rl

Pr.

Irt

(

Club, si.li-lit

snciale sl..ne>.

erlifieate '.IK.

'.I'l;

Art Club. .\rl

•.!'!.

F.lilcr

\'

^38: .M


MARJORIE CARTER Vice-President

X'tf 3 E

\

^•C^.

^^

o R C L A 5 5

CHATWIN DOTY

MARY LOU DOLLIFF Minneapolis, Minn.

MARION ELIZABETH

Club,

Club,

'39;

'38,

Anti-Pandora

Spanish

'38;

Vice-Presiilent Club, '39.

General Diploma Art Club, '39; German Club, '38,

W.

VERALYNN ERGANBRIGHT New

Hyphen

ANNA EVANS

SALLY

F.

Bluefleld,

Goicral Diploma '38; German Club, Club, '38, 39: Active MemAssociation, Athletic ber 39; Treasurer Senior Class, '.19; Business Manager Milestones, '39; Art Club, '38.

W.

Glee Club, '38; Y. A. Cabinet, '38; Or',i8; '38; Choir, Staff,

'38,

'39;

Editor Milestones, '39; Archery Varsity; Active Member .\thletic Association.

Albany, Ind. F.

'39;

C.

chestra,

General Diploma Riding Certificate touting Club,

Tri

Art Club,

\V.

C.

'39;

Choir,

Club,

'38;

'38,

'.iS,

Cabinet,

A.

Association,

'39;

Y.

Nashville. Tenn.

Triad

Dancinii Certifieate

L

'38; Secretary Senior '39; Business Manager Chimes, '39; French '38; Club, Y. W. C. A.

Staff,

Class,

Cabinet,

'39.

BETTIE GILL

JANET ELAINE FULTS

A. K.

Bartlesvllle.

Cleveland, Ohio Y.

Cciu-ial French Club,

Manager Art Board,

Diploma '.(8;

Business

Captivators, '38; Club, '39; Athletic '39.

Nashville, Tenn,

General Diploma Math Club, '.iS: Hvphen, '38;

Eccowasin

Glee

General Diploma

ciate

Wordsworth,

'38.

Okla.

C.

T.

CORNELIA GAMBILL

Del Vers

'.iS;

Hall. '38; Art Certificate, '38: Art Club, 38, '39; Active Member .\thletic Assijciation, ',)8. '39; '39.

Reno, Okla.

General Diploma Wordsworth. Chimes '3i;

Valdosta, Ga.

'38,

Athletic

'.i9.

X.

JEANNE FERRELL

'.19.

HEIEN KASSEL FRIEDLANDER

Hyphen,

'39; '39; '39;

'38,

FOX

General Diploma

Proctor Hail

'39;

ROSEMARY MICHAEL

Va.

Treasurer Del Vers Club, '.18, '39; Proctor Senior Hall, Glee Club,

Club,

Hvphen,

K

Member

Active

El

•39;

Spanish Turf and

'38;

'39;

Club,

President

(liVu-ral Dil'loina

'-i9; French Spanish Club,

Ccncial mphniia Swimming Varsity, '38; W. C. A. Cabinet,

Club, '38,

Tanbark

Del Vers

Math

K

Tri

Del Vers

General Dijiloina

Math

Milwaukee. Wis.

Crete, Neb.

Anti-Pandora

Del Vers

Vice-President Del Vers Club, -39: French Club, '39.

MARY DREW

ALICE

DREDLA

Rocl, Ark.

Little

Spanish Club,

Editor Sergeant - at Club,

Club, '38.

'38,

Arms

'39;

Asso-

'39;

Hyphen, -

T,

'39;

C,

'38.

Page One Hundred Eighteen


;

ROSEMARY FOX Secretary

5

E

ROSALBA CONCEPSION

ELIZABETH MILLER

ELEANOR HANSON

HAHN

Minneapolis, Minn.

GONZALEZ Cienfuegas, F.

Minneapolis. Minn.

Del Vers

Penta Tau

General IVp'onn, .in Cerfifuale

F.

Diphtma

Sci-rclarial Spanisli

Cuba

Club,

General Diploma French Club,

'39.

'.59;

S])anish

'.W;

.Xrl

Clul),

Club.

rresi,l,,nl

C.

French

Club.

Ti'Nas

.W; llvi.hen. Wl;

'.''1

M.Mh Club!

'39.

Club, '39; Art Club TreasArt '39; Chimes urer, Milestones '39; Editor, HocUe.v Editor, '.W; Varsity, '.W; Active Member

W).

Cluli.

Art

Houston, Texas T.

WJ:

-.iS.

DOROTHY HARDENDORF

Art

.\thletic

FRANCES WILLIAMSON HARGIS DoneUon, Tenn.

Minneapolis,

General Diploma

Day

Treasurer

Student

DOROTHY HIATT

Minn.

Angola,

French Club, '.W, '.19; Art Club, '39; Active Member Athletic Assciciation, '39.

Cd.e Club,

nub. '.is,

L. '38.

•3S,

•39;

HOLMAN

Ponto Tau

General Diploma

Beaumont, Texas

General Diploma

Difilunia

Club,

Art Club.

'.W;

Penta

Tau

'38;

'.;.'<.

Atlanta, Go.

Penta Tau

'39;

An

'.i'l;

'.!9.

MARY MOSELEY

'38,

Club, '3^, '39; tllee Club, Cbinu-s, '3S; tlulinn Club. .\rt

X.

Montgomery, Ala.

Dancing Club, Math Club,

Del Vers

Ind.

nONATA HORNE

ELIZABETH HOBBIE

Vice-President

Brodhead. Ky.

LOUISE HELME

Del Vers

'38; Class. Senior- Middle Glee Club. -38; Dav Student Treasurer Senior Class. '39.

'39.

ANN HARKER

JULIE

Triad

.Vsseci.ition,

Tri

French

'39.

Page One Hundred Nineteen

(;rneral '39;

Diploma

French

Hastings, Mich.

General Diploma

Expression Cerlijieale

K

Se,-ret.-,r.v--l-reasurer

Club,

JOCELYN IRONSIDE

Texas

Club,

'39.

Sliani^li '.W; Club. .\l,ilh Club, '.is. '.19; Ilvphen Slalf. Tan 39; I'enia Treasurer Club. '.39.

Seerelarial Cerlijieale Club, Cabinel.

I'r.-nch .\. •''-'

'38; '.'9;

V. Art

W.

C.

Club.

O R C L A 5


c L A 5 5

ANN JAMES

BETTY

Princeton,

MARY JAMES X.

X.

L.

.iiiith. '.W; '39; Art

Spanish Club,

A

Club, '39.

Club. '39;

'38,

"

"

il,

Secretary

T.

Penta Tau

General Diploma Expression Certificate

'38;

lath '38;

'38.

ELIZABETH KASSEL

Ft.

Worth, Texas

casurcr ass.

•39;

C.

limes,

Pr(

Va

Club, '38,

'38; '39;

Anti-Pandora

Hyphen

Me

StalT,

iber ,

Chapel

Proctor, '38; Active AssociaAthletic Secretary X. L. '.59; First Vice-Presi-

tion, '38, '39;

Club,

"

Indi^

Athletii

Club,

'39.

:iate

FRANCES LINDFORS Ft.

Lauderdale, Penta Tau

alh ub, irf

'38; Club, Spani'-I OutiiiK Club. ',tt an. Tanb.irk Clul

'.W;

I

Tnr bark

Cluii.

',19.

A., of

Edil

Club,

'3S;

'39;

As-

Chi

'.19.

Fla.

General Diploma Ridimi Certificate

La.

L.

Member

'39.

Osiron

F.

Proctor Chapel, '39; Treasurer F. F. Club, '.19; Art Club, '38, '.19; Glee Club, '39.

General Diploma

French

Prc-.sidert Chili, '39;

Crov/ley,

F.

Marion, Ohio

'38;

X.

GLORA larcade

Kilgore, Texas

JANE KNAPP

ELSIE

General Diploma

Math

'39.

Club, '39; Turf a Club, '.!9; Athle

Anti-Pandora

Club,

Club,

Club,

EVELYN LAIRD

Senior - Middle Basketball VarAthlet'C Editor '38; Outing Club,

'38; '38;

tv,

Art

'38;

French

Tanba. k

c.

General Diploma

DOROTHY

Club, !9;

Math

'38; Club, Active Member Athletic '38; Association, French Club, '38, '39; Cap-

T.

Ind.

JONES

BETSY

Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.

Certificate C. Club,

Hockey Varsity,

'39.

;HARL0TTE ELIZABETH KINNEY Columbus,

J\'idiiiii

Hy-

-Pt

T.

JArJE

General Diploma

Staff,

Editor

dent Cui

;

C.

T.

French

Hyphen

'39;

;n.

L

Troup, Texas Proctor

'38; '38;

Hall,

ty

-"

..

JAkVIS

L.

jeneral Diploma

General Diploma Expression Certificate llvphen Staff, '38: Word.iS,

:.;

Lexington. Ky.

Ind.

BETTY

BETTY LOUISE LOVETT

LOHMANN

Tulsa,

Dublin,

OUa.

Spanish \V.

C.

A.

Club. '38, Cabinet,

Ga.

Penta Tau

Anti-Pandora Club, '39; Outing Club,

General Diploma

'.19;

lath

'39.

\9:

Club,

'.19;

Spanish Club,

Art

Club,

'39.

Page One Hundred Twenty


HELEN LUHRING Evansvllle,

RUTH MARGUERITE

LUND

Ind.

German

Wichita

MASON Eccowasln

Arlston

'39.

General Diploma Expression Certificate

.Spanish '.iS; Club, Secretary Osiron Club, '38; Art Oub, '38, '39; 'Vice-President Osiron Club, '39.

MARTHA ANN MEDDERS

Tenn.

'38,

General Diploma

JOSEPHINE DEARING Ciarlcsvllle,

CUib,

MYRA LUCIA MOORE

Texas

Falls.

Club,

•39;

'39;

'38,

'38; French Art Club, '38.

Texas Club,

'38,

'.19.

HAGGARD

MORROW

Agora

Waynesboro. Tenn. Anti-Pandora

General Diploma Spanish

W.

General Diploma

EDITH

Newport, Tenn.

Penta Tau

Math Club,

A

Nashville. Tenn.

Arlston

Osiron

General Diploma Riding Certificate President Del Vers. 'oS; President Indiana Club, '38; Turf and Tanbark Club, '38, •39; French Club, '38; Art Club, '39; Math Club. '38.

Madison, Tenn. Minn.

Minneapolis,

Del Vers

c L

MARTHA JEAN MADDOX

JOSEPHINE McHENRY

Club,

C.

',(8,

',59;

Cabinet, Agora Club,

.•\.

Treasurer

Diploma

(General

V. "38;

Expression Certificate

'39.

Ami

Secretary 'hill,

'.19;

I'.

-

\V.

I'andor; C. A

:»; Mv])lien SlalT CImI). J'I; Glee Ar

'abinel,

BETTY

Ml;

HOWARD

'Inb.

NEISLER

MARY FRANCES MOTLEY

General Diploma F.

General Diploma Expression Certificate Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '38; Math Club, '.18, '39; French Club, '.59; Kentucky Club, '39.

'age

'.19;

Frencli

Club

Agora

Smith's Grove. Ky. F.

'.IS,

i''.

Reynolds, Ga.

Textiles and Clolhinii

CAROL HARPER

Diploma

NELSON

Art Club, ',19; Vice-Presi'39; dent Agora Club, French Club, '.»; Glee Club,

Portland, Ore.

38,

'ig;

Choir,

One Hundred TwentyO ne

Hyphen '.18,

•.TO.

Staff,

•.59;

MARY ANN NICHOLAS Nashville, Tenn.

Penta Tau French Cluli, '.W; WashinKlo.i, '.19.

Geo rRe

Eccowasln

General Diploma

5 5


c L A

CAPOLYN PEARSON

SARAH OAKLEY Nashville, Tenn.

K

Tri

5

JEAN PERK Indianapolis,

Ky.

Louisville,

Ariston

Tri

Art

ViceClub. '39:

'38, Club. President Tri K Kentucky Club.

'39;

Hyphen,

HILDA MURIEL PETTY Lynch, Ky.

Ind.

General Diploma

K

E .rpression

'39.

Art

Club. '38. Club. Tre isurer

'39.

'.38.

Certificate '39: Glee SecretaryKentucky Club, '38.

'39;

'39.

MARTHA JANE BEVERLY

PHILLIPS Wheeling,

W.

MARY JO

Va.

Ar K.

Clul.,

C\nh,

'38; '38;

Treasurer A. Outing Club.

Spanish Club, '38, 'ig-, Ho ckey Varsity. 'iS; Hy=n. let c

'39;

'38.

Bo ard,

Athletic

President

'38;

Associafi..n,

Ath-

'39.

Member

Association. '38; Club. '.i8,

'39;

'38,

Athletic '39;

Spanish

Outing Club.

Hockey Varsitv.

Ilvpheii, '.iS. A. K. Club.

'39;

X.

Vice-President Triad CI ub. •,i8; President Triad CI lb. '.i9; President Art Club. 39.

J'oiee V.

Gle

President

'.«.

NADINE PRIDEAUX Sulphur Springs, Texas

K

Club.

'39.

T.

C.

Club.

38; 39;

'39.

'.18.

'38.

'39.

Hallettsville. Texas

General Diploma Treasurer

at-Arms Anti-Pandora Club.

General Diplonm Art Club.

Cabinet, '38. President '39; Choir,

'39; '38.

German Oub.

ROSALIE RENGER

C.

'38, Club. Hyphen '38. '39; Out'38; Presid •nt ing Club. Student Council. '.39; Te cas Club. '38, '39; Math CI lb,

Anti-Pandora

General Diploma Fr ench Club, '38, '39; Math CI lb. '38; Texas Club, '38. 39 Sergeant-at-Arms Tri

A.

RAGSDALE T.

MARCELLE PRIM

K

Club. '.19;

L.

Diploma

'39.

Smithville, Texas

Tri

W.

C. Tre asurer,

'39;

SILKY

Graham, Texas

Tenn.

Paris,

General Diploma Art Certifieale

General Diploma .Active

REBECCA PORTER

Triad

Va.

A. K.

38 R''

W.

Wheeling,

A. K.

General Diploma

HEAD PICKUP

Brentwood, Tenn.

PHILLIPS

'39;

Scrgeant-

Spanish Club.

Osiron Ger nan Club, '38; Glee Club, Choir, '38, '39; Math '38; Texas Club, '38, Captivators, '39; BaseActive '38; Varsitv. ball Me nber Athletic Associa'.18.

•39;

Clu b. '39;

tion

39.

Page One Hundred Twenty-Two


-

RUTH ISABELLE RICE

VIRGINIA LOUISE ROBB

Kansas City, Mo.

Waukesha, Wis.

X.

X.

L.

Piano Certificate

Gl

SAGALOWSKY

RUSHTON

Indianapolis,

Ind.

L.

Penta Tau

'}9: French Art Club, '39.

'38,

),

•39;

Secretary X. L. Club, Secretary French Club, ' President French Club, '; Math Club, '39; Glee Clt '39; Orchestra, '39.

RUBY ESTELLE

MARJORIE ELLEN Omaha, Neb.

General Diploma

General Diploma

c L A

'.•

A. K.

General Diploma Athletic Member Active As.sociation,

Reporter, phen, '39.

'.W,

An

Hy-

F.ditor

'38;

General Diploma Hyphc

ich Club, '.W; 39: Club,

Hvplu-n

'39;

5

.i9.

KATHERINE SHOFNER Shelbyville, Tenn.

DOROTHY MARIESMITH

Osiron

MARJORIE SCHWAB Milwaukee, Wis. Trl

K

General Diploma

Ft.

General Diploma Piano Cerlifieate

Lauderdale,

Fla.

ALINE

Angkor

Glee Club, '38. '.i9; Spani.s '39: Presidei '38, Club, Osiron Club, ',W; Choir, '3 39; Captivators, '38, '39.

SMOOT

Nashville, Tenn.

WiiMier Tennis .SinRles, -39; Tenni.s Varsity. '38, '.19; CuIlege Day Student Represent

Arlston

General Itiplonia Cerlifieate

P.vto-essioii

Proctor Fidelity Hall, '38; Spanish Club, '38. '39; Outing Club, '38; President Y. VV. C. A., '39; Art Club, '39.

MAE STACY

IDA

Piqua, F.

VIRGINIA

L.

Princeton, X.

SPROWL Ind.

L.

General Diploma Art Club, '39.

•39:

French Club,

ANN POLK

Ohio

Kidmu Art

Cluli,

Tanbark Club, .Tt-Arms

V.

Hyphen,

'39;

X.

Cerlifieate

'38,

' '

'39; Active Me ber Athletic Association,

Ohio Club,

Page One Hundred Twenty-Three

BETSY VON SEGGERN Wayne, Neb.

L.

General Diploma Expression Cerlifieate

'39; Turf a '39; .Sergeai

Club, F. Milestones,

TRIMBLE

Springfield, Tenn.

F.

General Diploma

X.

39:

L.

nub

Spanish -

Aqora

Vice-President. Club, '.W. '39: V.

w.

c.

General Diploma irt

W;

Club.

•.!'!;

Hyphen.

'3''.

Gbe

Club.

%l


SENIOR HALL Hon

rding Seniors'

3

E

O R £ A

BETTY

SARAH KATHRYNE

WALKER

WALSH

Beaumont, Texas

5

Tri

Savannah, Ga.

K

Penta Tau

General Diploma French Club, '38, '39; Math Club, '38; Glee Club, '38; President Senior Class, '39.

General Diplimia Seni.ir Middle '38; Art Club, '38, Secretary Penta Club, '39; Secretary French Club, '38, '39: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '.!K. '.W.

President

-

Class, '39; '38.

JUDITH WILLEY

ELIZABETH

WINGATE

MARGARET WINGATE

Amarillo. Texas

Amarillo, Texas

Eccowasin

A. K.

A. K.

General Diplnma

Art Certificate Club, '38, -Sg; Martha W.ishington, '39; President Art Club, '38.

Mer Rouge,

Clul.,

.i9.

La,

.\rt

MARY WOOLWINE Ohio

Fairlawn. Tri

General Diploma Art

',18; Club. Orchestra. 38; Vice-Presi.ient A. K, Club, '39.

K

General Diploma '39: Club. Math

Fr ench CT lb,

'38,

}9; Art Club.

'39;

Hj phen Staff, '38; Treasurer French Club, '38: Treasurer Tr K Club, '39; Ohio Club, '39

ALICE BERRY

YOUNG

RUTH MORRIS

Morganfield. Ky.

Agora General Diploma

Math

'39; Club, Frciicli '39; Kentucky Club, '39; Captivators, '38, '.W;

Louisville, Tri

YOUNG Ky.

K

Kentucky

French Club.

'38;

Clvd).

Art Club.

'.18.

'.19;

'39.

Club, •38,

Proctor Hail Hall, '38; Hy'38, '.19; phen, Secretary Student Council. '39; Athletic

Page One Hundred Twenty-Fou


MISS OLIVE WHITC Senior-Middle Sponsor

£ 1

KV

*

.III

~

W

I

9 3 9 Senior-Middle

Class officers, Heitzeberg,

left

Resume The

first

activity

of the

to

right— Virginia Winkie

Vice-President:

Sergeant-at-Arms; Christine Schrader, Secretary; President: Ann Walker, Vice-President

Baxter, Pierce,

1939 Senior-Middle Class was a picnic early

Ann Ganier,

In

the

At

fall.

the invitation

private lodge to en|oy them-

One of the high points of the fall activities was the Senior-Middle dance held in the dining room. The guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. Benedict and Miss Ewing, class sponsor, and the officers of the class Winkie Pierce, Kathryn Heitzeberg, Chris Schrader, Ann Walker, Ann Vaughn, and Vi ginia Baxter. The successful evening was brought to a close with dining supper served in the room. November 30 found the Senior-Middle Class in charge of the devotional service the president was Lois McCann, who sang a vocal selection, and Barbara Cart\ speaker.

n

chapel,

Aiding

the

elected

ight,

The holiday

spirit was carried out in the Christmas tea given by the class for the faculty, the administration, and the Seniors. Carolers standing on the steps in Recreation Hall serenaded the guests with Christmas carols in traditional fashion, and Grace Baird played a violin solo.

Mrs. Benedict honored the class January class sponsor,

I

with a

I

tea

presided at the tea table, with various

at

her

members

home.

Miss White, newly of the class assisting.

selected

Competition with the Senior Class in the sports, spirit, and challenge of Senlor-Sonlor-Middio found the Senior-Middles justly rewarded, though not victorious.

Day

On March

the Senior3 the Senior-Middle Class was hostess to the Senior Class at a banquet Middle Derby. Here the Seniors were portrayed as winners in the race of life, and heralding the Senior triumphs were Edith Dalley, Winkie Pierce, Ann Walker, Kathryn Heitzeberg, Marjorie Cogburn, Nancy Davis, Mary Adelaide Hansen, Lois McCann, while various members from the dancing and voice departments of the school brought the program to a close.

To round out the year's for a for

activities the class

oicnic at the Benedict farm.

all.

Page

One Hundred

Twenty-Five

M

of the Senior-Middle Class

the entire Senior-Middle Class went to the Ganiers' selves and to get better acquainted with each other.

of

Kathryn

Good

boarded

food,

five busses

on the afternoon of April 20, headed friends assured a happy time

good games, and good

iL

E 5

T


THE

MILESTONES

1939

Alphabetical Index

Absher. Virginia

25,

26,

31,

Adams, Margaret Aldridee, Frances Allen, Tat Allen. Natalie Allison, Annie

24,

70

'^

=< no 5* 93. 36, 31, 40. 44. 48, 93,

54

Martha Jane

23 72 54 31 13 14, 73 54, 117 13, 24,

13,

Clark, Martha Faye Coblentz. Virginia

Cooper.

^m

^qi

^°\.'„l^\fl 70. lib 34,

„„

,V5 Jin

™'

Ira

Beaubicn. Helen Jeanne V Belcher. Winifrede

26. 31. 51, 74, 93, 94, 116 23. 30. 38. 74

28. 28,

™ Ij-

^^

^^

„.

,.

..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'

ili

i

„„

34

28.

Benton. Ruth Berry Jane

o

;,? 116

54

„„ 40, 80, 94. 116. 122 28, 36. 68. 93 116 34. 60 6S. 116

„,2''j,r-,™

-

Walton

Blackman. Betty Blalock. Irby Lee Block. Betty Jane Blount. Mary Dexter Blythe. Mary Venable

,^

fl io 7^

®L

30. 4J.

3

Bozeman. Maxine Brackinreed. Verna

62.

J3 Ill) 13 S4

.

37,

74.

114 "-

32. 34. 44. sn 30. 32. 34. 37. 72. 73. 93. 116

^^ 37 116 110 110 32. 68 76. 110 70. 110 13.

Ann

62.

70. 107. 22. 30. 68.

"^6

33. 110. 113 37. 58. 114 58. 59. 106 70. 116 31. 72 76. 117 29. 38, 68, 69, 93, 117

24.42.58.93.117 1"

37,58.114

Burns. Betty Burns, Martha Ruth Bush. Constance

31,

Sue Buttrey. Sarah Bvars. Kathlyn

38.

68. 70 70. 110 31. 62

56 62 31. 56 24. 28. 30. 31. 80 29.

Butler.

Bvrd. Lillian Byrd. Mary

34.

24,28.30.80

Shellev Caldwell. Allison Caldwell, Betty Caldwell. Jean Caldwell. Mary Emily Campbell. Dorothy Jean Campbell, Eleanor Campbell. Elise Campbell. Jean Capps, Frances

Cabell.

Carter, Frances Carter. Marjorie

Cartwright, Barbara Casebier. Gertrude Casey, Mary Ellen Cason, Martha Annette Cason, Martha Lee rayco, Mary Elizabeth Caudle. Anne

Mary Frances

29.

31,

80.

117

21, 66, 117 23. 24. 34, 80 81. 93. 106. 117 74. Ill

.

...

37. 22. 43. 66.

67. 37.

29. 72, 29.

40 58 74 106 R1 117 78 62 56 76

21.31.66.110 40. 44.

76.

93.

117, 118 23, 31. 64

94,

70,

54 70 13 110

13,

1

13,

,

106 62 62 14. 34 62 66 62 20, 28, 31, 34, 54, 106 66 72 38. 56 14 28. 72 20,

Sarah Polk

Dallas,

Dalton, Marv Dalton. Sydney Davis, Charldene Davis. Edith Davis. Mary Louise Davis. Mary Nancy Davison. Peggy

Def enbaugh. Florence DeGeorge. Ursula Delanev. Marv Elizabeth Delanev. Plivllis

Demmer. Laura

J

Florence

Brooks. Jane Allen Brower. Peggy Brown. Aline Brown. Lucie Jean Brown. Winifred Browning, Doris Browning. Jane Brvan, Jane Bryan. Martha Buchanan. Sadie Buell. Eleanor Bunch. Martine Bunger. Martha Jean Burk. Jean Burk. Joseph E Burk. Margaret

Crane. Edith Mae Crisp. Marjorie Cronkhite. Betty Crouse. Mary

28, 40, 60, 93,

Dailev, Edith ?i

Mary Lane

Braddock. Betty Lou Brandon. Roberta Braungart. Bettye Bravton. Edna Breazeale. Mary Louise Brent. Barbara Brewer. Jessie

58 58

37,

Cornelius. Jane Cornelius. Marjorie Anne Craig. Margaret Ann Craig. Opie

Criitchfield.

54 54 54

34, 38.

Mary

^^^ 20, 28. 34. 54

Benedict. A. B Bennett. Marv Jeannette

^

116 116

93. 117

Cogburn. Marjorie Cohen. Bernice •>=

Banisan. Jean Eleanor \ Banks, Lila May Barker. Virginia Barron. Pansy Barton. Jane

Bickerstaff. Nora Biser. Virginia

62.

20, 32, 24, 64

Church, Frances Clark, Blanche Henry

,i

,

21. 32. -

Chenault, Mary Joyce Chesnut, Marion Chitwood. Elizabeth Anne

'°

Baldwin, Margaret Ball, Edna Floyd

Briggs,

It }}

Baird, Betty Baird, Grace Baites, Charlotte

Bover.

Chattin, •

C

Aspinall, Elizabeth Austin, Mary Wallace

Bell.

110

^

Anderson, Nanc.v Appleton, Barbara

Ball

Chadwell. Jane Champion. Katherine Champney. Catherine

60

33.

„„,,„

43,

29,

in

74

Dietrich.

49. 64. Ill 14. 37. 71 28. 70. 93. 117 25. 31. 58. 117 29. 35. 40. 64 28. 64. 118 14. 29. 31 60. 118 37. 58

Mary Lou

Donner. Thomas Doty. Chatwin Douglass. Leita Douthit. Marv Dredla. Marion Drew. Alice Mary

DuBose. Jeanne Duke. Elaine

80,

22, 29.

Dorothy

Dixon. Marv Dodson. Betty Dohertv. Nancy Dollifr.

34,

14 24. 25. 31. 37. 38. 64. 93. 118 24. 30. 31. 38. 78. 79. 93. 107. 118 45. 56. Ill

56

Eagle. Marv Russell Easterly. Betty

76 23,

Edwards. Mary Alene Edwards. Ruth Ann

38. 74 58. Ill

68 78 66 74

Ehrlieh. Shirley

Anne Louise

Eidell.

32.

Emerson. Teresa

Emmonds. Mary Helen Erganbright. Veralynn Eustis.

Martha

Evans. Sally

Anna

".

33. 66. Ill 25, 37. 68. 03. 94. 118. 120 50. 78 20. 34. 64. 93. 1 18

Ewing. Frances

14

Falvev. Frances Farwcll, Frances Fehr, Judith Felt,

14. 32, 36 25, 30, 31, 34, 38, 80 36, 54

Martha Mary Jeanne Helen K

68 118 61 68 31 14 31. 80 26, 80, 91, 92. 94. 118, 119

Ferrell, Fidlar,

Firestone, Fletcher,

76,

14,

Vesta

Mabel

Fountain, Lucie Fowler, Ruth Fox, Rosemary Franklin. Katharine French. Myrtle Friedlander. Helen

66.

38.

24.

Fromm. Arlene

56.

Ill

58 118

34. 80

Fults. Janet

38. 40. 64. 93.

Gaddis. Hope Gambill. Cornelia Ganier. Anne Gee. Josephine Gentry. Winalee Gibson, Ellen Gill. Bettie

66,

31,

35,

70,

24, 29. 34. 74, 93, 42. 32,

Glasgow, Keith Glenn. Margaret Page

One Hundred

1

18

74 118 58 60 111 58 118 66 62

Twenty-Six


Alphabetical Index

Goldstein,

76 119

Sylvia

Gonzalez, Rosalba Goodrich, Florence Gordon, Louise Gordon. Virginia Gorman, Lenora

23, 68, 93,

15 15

Graves, Virginia Love Grav, Annetta Grav, Elizabeth Gray, Frances

Greenburg.

21,

31, 34, 78 31, 68 66, 111

42,

62 63 15 15 68

Nellie

Greenebaum, Evelyn

34, 34, 54

Greer, Evelyn

15

Gregg, Dorothy Gridlev, Elizabeth Grimes, Sue Grover, Artabell Gwaltney, Carolyn

38,

74

29, 72, 93, 119 23, 30, 34. 56 34, 70, 111 37, 74, 106

Hahn, Elizabeth Haldt. June Halev. Marjorie

Ann

Emma Kate Hampton. Joanne Haltom,

Hansen. Mary Adelaide Hanson. Eleanor Hanson, Janice

Hardeman, Ann

Hardendorf, Dorothy Hargis, Frances Harker, Julie Ann Harris, Jane Hatcher, Katherine Hay. Vera

56, 111 74, 111 20, 64

22, 29,

76 25,

24, 26, 28, 38, 64 26, 31, 42, 64, 119

64 106 119 121 119

21. 24, 74, 106, 42, 76, 93, 94, 119, 28. 64, 93, 74.

lU 59

Hay nes. Martha Love

15 7° 76 56

_ 43,

Haynes. Melvssa Hazle, Helen Head. Patricia Emily Hearne. Allison Hebard. Dorothy

J^',„, 107

29. 30. 56, ^*' „^ 66. , 31. 34, 80,

Heitzeberg, Kathryn

Helme, Betty Louise Henderson, Cora Henderson, Margaret Henegar, Louise Henkel, F. Arthur

'

,

15

Henley. Mary Elizabeth

33,

76,

116„

M.

1

68

Louise

J5

64 119 23. 49. 54 62 „

Dorothy Vernon

Hiatt.

Hickerson. Elizabeth Hicks. Hill.

Dorothy

Marv Frances

o^

oo

Robin Hoard, Ruth

^^'

Hirsig,

„„

,?? i^

,,

„„,!„ 119

,„

28, 48. 72,

Hobble. Elizabeth Hofstetter, Virginia

Holcombe, Beth Holley, Jane

„„ 22,

W. H Holman. Mary Hollinshead,

'

3.;,

119 68

,;

i<

„',Vo ii.::

as,

80 66

,n ,, '' >-

KQ >">

68

23, 64, 93. 119

JJ" 120

„ 31.

120 120

28, 24.

60. .34.

01. .37.

29.

"

24, 31,

37 29.

31,

70 80 70 120 114 120 CA CA

34.'

60. 93. 43. 74 ^o'

Lookadoo, Marilyn Lovett. Betty

'

Ann

31

71;

30, 31. 64. 65, 93, 94. 121 29, 70, 93, 121 42. 72

McArthur. Dons McBlair. Betty

29

'

McCallum. Billie June McCann. Lois McCarley.

Ann

Elizabeth

McDonald. Dot McDonald. Suzanne MacDonnell. Kyle

'

i;n

,

.

,

26.

'

37.

40.

60

33,

64

Noland.

.54

Norris,

112

70,

16

74

,38.

43 70, 112 49, 54 72 34,

112 60

76,

25,

,

31,

23.

34, 54 72, 121 81 56. 112

33 62 112 33 70. 112 34. 56 37.

31,

33,

56,

44. 54. 93,

121

31

79

16,

23. 24. 34. 60. 93.

121

.62 32. 68, 93. 121 31. 34, 37. 74 16.

16.

Ann

24. 31. 34. 54. 38. 72. 86. 106. C«.

Margaret Mai'y

34,

56 e6 121

.,

Mary Herron

120

38. 62.

Milam. Mildred Miller. Fannie Louise Mitchell. Betty Dean

Nelson. Carol Nicholas. Mary Nichols. Alice

54 54

"

Martin, Suzanne Maxson, Isabel Meadows, Carolyn Medaris, Celdon Medders, Martha Ann Meriwether, Marian Meyn. Fritzi

Nance. Camilla Neisler. Betty

121

62.

"

34, 38. 60 45. 66. 112 34.

„„ ? 74

14

39 74 38 80 34 56 107 29. 31. 78 37. 76 76 Qt 35, jg 28.

Maddox. Martha Jean

Mohler, Barbara Moore, Mary Ann Moore. Myra Lucia Morgan, Margaret Morrison, Catherine Morrow, Edith Morton. Ann Motley. Mary Frances

1

'

Macks, Betty Maddin. Betty

Mitchell,

'

.^i

24,

McGehee, Ellen McHenry. Josephine McKenna, Mary McLeod. Louise McManus. Helen, McMurray. Helen Mack. Moneta

Virginia Nolle

qq

33. 43, 62.

,

McCarlin, Elinor

Maiden.

g8 72

38

34

McEwan. Carol McEwen. Elizabeth McEwen. Henrietta

„.

1939

38. 54 32, 58 40. 68

93. 120 29. 56

72.

23.

Ann

R

Page One Hundred Tv/enty-Seven

THE

70 120 120 66

54 70 30.

Lohmann. Betty Lowenstine. Golda Lowenstine. Ruth Luck. Margery Luhnng. Helen Lund, Ruth Lungstras. Elsa

12

120 114 68

68, 70.

Linton. Mandalee Little. Virginia

Lockhart.

1

56

Lehan, June Lmdfois. Frances Lindsey. Betty Jean

Mueller, Alccne Myhr, Ivar Lou

.38.

60 66, 20, 23. 49. 51. 80. 93. 107. 64. 112.

Lee. Dorothy Nolle Lee, Rowcna Leech. Mary Elizabeth

rl 64 72 78

94.

25. 26. 34. 80 28. 72 35, 36. 54 44. 51. 74. 93. 106. 120

Lackey. Marie Laird. Evelyn Larcade. Gloria Latham. Jan Lawrence, Margcr.v

,34,

'

24,

40, 41. 42,

Knapp, Elsie Jane Knappen. Jean Kushner. Fave Kyner. Billie

Manford, Claire Marienthal, Beverly Marienthal, Jean Martin, Hazel Lea

93,

20, 28, 80. 93. 30, 74. 75. 106,

Ellen

Ma.ior,

16

''6.

Mary

Kington. Betty Kinney, Charlotte Kirkland, Grace Kirkpatrick, Sarah

iJ >4

38. 29. 93,

Kilfoy.

92

34.

Jones. Shirley Jones. Virginia Kassel, Dorothy Kauffold. Jacqueline Kelley, Hortense

91, 31,

„„

^„

Ironside, Jocelyn

Jarvis. Jane Jenkins. Betty Johnson. Betty Johnston. Jane Jones, Barbara Jones. Betsy

70, 29, 78,

Hood, Margaret Home, Donata Houghton, Helen May Howell, Corinne Huffman. Evelyn Hunt. Ann Hunt, Bess Hunter, Audrey Jane Hyer, Virginia

Jackson, Ann James. Betty Ann James, Betty Jane James, Mary

15 12

56 78

Henne. Mary Jean Herndon, Catherine Herold. Dorothy Herold. Lucerne Herron.

ij?

125 119

Kent. Elaine

MILESTONES

26

30 121 121 121

64 21 16


'

THE

MILESTONES

1939

Alphabetical Index

qi •^^^

^'J8,

34,

Oppenheim, Helen Marie Ordway, Martha Oswald. Posy Verda

•>*

Alma

«,

76.

'» '°-

'' :::::::::::;;;;::::::;;;;::;:3i:34,

J"'

}™ ^" °t

122 122

sV.-fl wl.

Ill 66 122

;..,,....;..; 23.

34.

37.

„ 107.

80.

J;;5

1-^ 60' 1237 33. '8.

''*

16

Anna

62

Mary

20.

24. 29,

Reeves. Marilyn Reinke. Caroline Reinke. Dorothy Renger. Rosalie Reyer. Wilma Rhea. Linda Rhodes. Martlia

,35. 40.

70. 93. 122 33. 62

116 60 60. 80 93. 123 38. 78 17.

Ruth Lawrence

Mary Jane Robb. Virginia Roberts. Adelaide

17. 38,

Ann Sherburne

,28. 31.

68 93, 123 58, 113

34.

22,

29.

34.

Rose. Hazel Coate Rose. Kenneth Ross. Mary Julia

Rowley. Frances Ruef Bertha Rundell. Nona Frances Rushton. Mar.iorie Ryan. Marian .

Sagalowsky. Ruby Sangree. Margaret Saunders. Louise

Sawyer. Annabelle Scarbrough. Evelyn Schneider. Mary Schrader. Christine

Schwab. Manorie Virginia Scovern, Sue Scruggs. Theodora Sedwitz. Peggy Sehmann. Betty Jane Scott.

.

.

Sensing. Mary Alice Shackelford, Mary Wynne Shacklett, Lillian Shaw, Phvllis Shofner. Katherine Shultz, Donna

Simonin, June

Stallings. Virginia Dare Stegmeir. Dorothy Stevens. Betty Stone. Nancv Sugg. Judith Sutherland. Mamie Lou

Nancy

70, 113 74. 107 33. 58 31. 32. 68 56, 113 34. 54

34. 45,

Taylor, Frankie Terrv. Madi Thibaut. Jane Thice. Barbara

Thomas.

Bettv

Thourlby.

Patricia

Throckmorton. Margaret Throne. Amelia Tillery Mary Frances Tolliver. Deliann

32, 34,

.

Tomlinson. Anna Townsend. Pauline S Trimble. Ann Polk Tucker. Jean Turner. Evelyn Turnley. Phoebe

38, 18.

23.

64 54 18 60 76 80 38

123 113 66 76. 113

80. 93. 33. 62.

74,

113 17

17,

74,

31, 17

28,

3fi

107

60 69

34, 74

24

72.

123 78

123 37 17. 67 62 34. 54 70 28, 31. 38, 78. 125 23, 78, 93, 94, 123 56 78 56.

17 17,

41. 56 51. 75

60 58 31 76, 113 29. 34, 35. 36. 80 29. 55, 70. 71, 94. 123 70 34. 54 18,

Van Deren. Mai Flournoy Van Druff. Shirley Van Hooser. Florence Vaughan. Mary Ellen

24. 25. 65 34. 70. 114

31, 68

Vaughn. Ann Vaughn. Margaret Anne Vaughn. Peggy von Seggern, Betsy

58.

24,

31,

34,

58. 93.

54,

72 114 37 113 123

31

Roberts. Harriett Robertson. Carolyn Robinson. Genevieve Rogers. Kate Ellen

Miriam

25.

30,

80. 93. 68. 93. 37. 58.

Underwood. Roy

Richardson. Jean Richey. Virginia

Self.

24,

31. 31.

24,

Rebecca

Rolfe.

Mae

Sutlierland.

33 60 54 123 123 113 33 28. 34, 74 37 29. 34. 72 21, 33, 37, 62 60 62 18. 31 18,

28.

28. 30,

41. 74,

Ransom. EUene

Riggs. Ring.

21,

Tart. Mildred

Ragland. Elizabeth Ragsdale, Silky

Rice. Rice.

Smoot. Aline Soubv. Susan Souter. Madeline Ruth Spencer. Helen Sprowl. Virginia

31. 70 62, 123

1?'i22

64, 29.

Powell. Minnie Prideaux. Nadine Prim. Marcelle Proctor. Patricia Puckett. Frances

Quarles.

Jayne

Stacv.

°t 114

68 31

70 114

Olive

Tommy

Stahlman. Ann Stahlman. Mildred

:::.:::".:".: 24: 29. 40. 42. 56. 94. 108. 24. 29. 42. 56, 57, 93. 108.

Pointer. Ruth Faw Porter. Rebecca

Pugh.

Smith. nth.

'^

US

Kathryn

9,

1

i.'

70.

22.

Phillips Ma^rtoa "j'ane Ph!ll|i; Mar'yJoanna

plel^y^w^;;!''

^

'°

Nancy

PhiliiiDS.

''"

'°

Lucy

^Ilw'HnST'''

'

°"

Pavey, Annette Pearson. Carolyn Perk, Jean Perrv,

°^ ob °°

,

Palmer, Rose Palmisano, Agata Parker, Frances Helen Parker, Jane Parnell.

31,

en °" °°

Smitlr. Virginia ,t°'

Pagenhart, Dorothy Paine,

Sue

Sisler,

Oakley. Sarah O'Brian. Phyllis Laureine Oman, Frances Opgenorth, Wilma

Olaffson.

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