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DEDICATION To Miss
Miss Estelle Smithey
Miss Minnie V. Rice
of the faculty of the State Teachers
College at Farmville, Virginia, have served the greatest
girls for the longest
period of time, we take
great pleasure in dedicating this issue of the Virginian.
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Til e ^" V irgmiainL Audrey Chewning
Dorothy Askew Margaret Moore Annie Lisle Tucker
Literary Editor Assistant Literary Editor
Assistant Art Editor
Assistant Art Editor
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To Alma Mai^ All hail,
Thy daughters Thy
true, faithful aiid loyal ivill be;
gentle instruction, thy influence so sweet.
Will go with them always
to their feet.
protection, thy nurturing care.
lead them to cherish things lovely and fair.
Thy daughters Thy
and arcades with
their calm, classic
Thy campus with blossom perennially
and thy fountain, thy vine-covered
Will live in their memory, whatever befalls.
Though far from thy care and protection they roam.
hold thee dear, as a well beloved home.
-^Jennie Masters Tabb
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James A. Grainger, B.
Morris K. Turner, Ph.
Mary Barlow, P.
English History and Social Sciences
Chemistry and Physics
Martha W. Coulling,
Minnie V. Rice Hazel Bernice Millican
Latin Industrial Arts
Florence Hamer Stubbs,
Mrs. Katherine King
Leola Wheeler Mary Clay Hiner, S.
Associate in English
Associate in English
Associate in English
Carrie Sutherlin, B. S
Associate in English
Sarah Boyd Tucker,
B. A., L.
M. Boyd Coyner, M.
E. Bell, B. A.,
Warren D. Bowman, B. Mary P. Jones, B. S. Blanche Carrie
Associate in History
Associate in Education
Education and Principal of Training School Associate in Education
Associate in Physical Education and Health Education Associate in Mathematics
Carrie Spradlin, B. E.
Associate in Education
Bessie H. Jeter, B.
Assistant in History
Education and Director of Training School
Assistant in Education B. S.
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Florence De Launay Buford
Flora Lessie Lea,
Assistant in Physical Education
Supervisor in Junior High School
Ruth Harding Coyner Alma Browning Alice
Supervisor of Seventh Grade Supervisor of Sixth Grade Supervisor of Fifth Grade
Mary Louise Bullock,
Supervisor of Fourth Grade
Ceorgie Norris Ida
Supervisor of Third Grade
Supervisor of Second Grade
Director of Kindergarten and First Grade
Assistant in Kindergarten
Ada Randolph Bierbower
Georgia Mai Taylor B.
Warren Mary White Cox
Assistant to Treasurer
Shelton Houston Blackwell FPlAnces B.
Miss Winnie Hiner
Sarah Harris McDonald,
Rural Supervisor at Rice
Fleet.a Cooper, B. S
...Supervisor in Junior
Mrs. James Kay Laing
of the of the
Home Department Home Department Home Department Night Matron
Mrs. W. L. Blanton
Mrs. Bessie Camper Jamison
Mrs. Alice Peery
Mrs. Lilun V. Nunn
Supervisor of Laundry
Susan Wilson Field,
Willie R. McKee, R.
Wilhemina Paleske London, Jennie M. Tabb
Resident Physician Resident Nurse
C. A. General Secretary
....Secretary to President
Assistant to Registrar
Mrs. Genevieve B. V. Holladay
Maude K. Taliaferro
Assistant to Registrar
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McCORKLE of the Senior Class
KATHLEEN CARWILE MARSHALL MORGAN COLUMBIA,
Gamma Theta; Mu Omega; Cotillion Club; W. A. N. K.; Vice-President Sophomore Class; President Junior Class; President Senior Class; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Student Government Ex-Officio '23-'24-'25; Secretary Student Standards Committee '21-'22; Blue Ridge Club; Y. W. C. A. Music Committee '22-'23; Tennis Club; I. K. U.; Editor-in-Chief Virginian '22-'23; Freshman Basketball Team '21-22; Varsity 21-'22, 24-'25; Sophomore Basketball Team '22-'23; Senior Basketball
Green and White
White Kilarney Rose
Motto and not
strive, to seek, to find
Olass Officers President Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
Kathleen Morgan Anne Conway Bertha Spradlin Lucile Walton
RUTH PEARLE ABELL IVY DEPOT, VA.
C. A. Bible Study Committee, '23-'24; Chairman Sei"vice Committee. '24-'25; Albemarle Club; Progressive Educational Club; Hiking Club, '23-"24; College Club; Athletic Association; Pierian Literary Society.
ANNIE MILLER ALMOND WASHINGTON, VA. "Annie Miller" Delegate to Y. W. C. A. Convention at New York. '24; Student Committee, '24; Conference and Convention Committee. Chairman, "24; Glee Club, Vice-President "24, President '24-'25; Argus Literary Society, Reporter '24. Vice-President '24; Athletic Association; Blue Ridge Club. President '24; De-Ho-Ec Club.
DOROTHY EMELINE ASKEW HAMPTON,
Kappa Omega; Y. W.
C. A., Treasurer Service Committee '22-'23; Vir'24-"25; Assistant Editor-in-chief, Junior Class, Vice-President; Jefferson Literary Society, Secretai-y '23-'24, President '24; Travellers Club, Reporter '22-'23, President p-|24; College Club; Rural Club, Reporter '21-'22; Los Trabajores, Vice-President, '23'24; Athletic Association; Glee Club; Blue Ridge Club; El Circulo Espanol; Delegate to Y. W. C. A. Conference at Blue Ridge "24; '23-'24-'25;
Student Standards Committee
FRANCES MILLS BARKSDALE FARMVILLE, VA.
"Frances" Pi Kappa Omega; Rotunda, Business Manager '24-'25: Argus Literai-y Society; Student Standards Committee '24; Junior Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee '23-'24-'25; El Circulo Espanol, Vice-President '24- '25; Le Cerrle Francais, Vice-President '23-'24, President '24'25.
RUTH BARTHOLOMEW GLADYS, VA.
Kappa Omega; Y. W.
C. A., Secretai^ Rural Life Committee '23-'24; Religious Meetings Committee '22-'23; Cunningham Literaiy Society, President "24, Vice-President
'22; Glee Club; Orchestra; SenSyncopators, Leader '24-'25; Le Cercle Francais; Campbell County Club; College Club. '23,
FRANCES ALLEN COBB FARMVILLE, VA.
"Frances" Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee. '23-'25; Travelers Club, President '24-'25; Athletic Association; Jefferson Literary Society, Critic '23; Hiking Club; Prince Edward Club; College Club; Le Cercle Fraucais; El Circulo Espanol, President '24-'25; Glee Club.
ANNE BUCKNER CONWAY BOWLING GREEN, "Anne"
Pi Kappa Omega; Student Committee '23Argus Literary Society; Senior Class, Vice-President '24- '25; Rural Life Committee, Y. W. C. A. '23-*24-'25; Student Standards Committee '23-'24; Glee Club. '24-'25;
NANNIE LOUISE CROWDER RICHMOND, VA. "Nannie" Athletic Association; Richmond Club; Progressive Educational Club; Y. W. C. A.
DORIS BAILEY FLETCHER PARKSLEY, VA. Y. W. C. A.. Finance Committee '23-'24-'25; Athletic Association Senior Representative to Athletic Council; Glee Club, Treasurer '24'25; Eastern Shore Club, Treasurer '24-'25. ;
NELDA FRANCIS SALEM, VA.
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; D.
I. R. K. K. U.; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Cotillion Club; Argus Literaiy Society, President '25; Roanoke Club; Senior Basketball Team "24I.
EULA BRIGGS HARRIS LAWRENCEVILLE, VA.
Freshman Basketball Sophomore Basketball Team Senior Basketball Team '24-'25; Varsity Basketball Team '24-'25; Manager Varsity '24-'25; Baseball Team '21-'22-'23; Tennis Club; Dramatic Club; Blue Ridge Club; DeHo-Ec Club; Brunswick Club; Y. W. C. A.. Membership Committee '22; Pierian Literary Athletic
Kappa Omega; Y. W.
El Circulo Espanol, Secretary President '24-'25; Jetterson Literary Society, Treasurer '23-'24, Secretary '24; Recorder of Points; Student Committee; Travelers Club; Athletic Association. '22-'23,
FRANCES REDD HOWARD SOUTH BOSTON,
"Frances" Y. W. C. A., President '24-'25, Finance Committee '23-'24, Sei-vice Committee '22-'23; Blue Ridge Club; College Club; Travelers Club; Cunningham Literal^ Society; Le Cercle Francais.
MARY ELIZABETH HUNT FARMVILLE, VA.
Sigma Chi; Athenian
ELLA ELSIE JONES AMELIA, VA. "Ella" Y.
World Fellowship Committee; Student Volunteer Group; Amelia C. A.,
Leader Club; Athletic Association; Athenian Literary Society.
WINNIE LAURA LANG TEMPERANCEVILLE, VA.
"Winnie" Athletic Association; De-Ho-Ec Club; College Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Eastern
Shore Club. President copators; Y.
VIRGINIA LINDSEY FARMVILLE, VA. "Firginia" Athletic Association;
ROSA MARIA MALDONADO PORTO RICO "Rosa Maria" Y. W. C. A., World Fellowship Committee; Athletic Association; Honorary Member of El Circulo Espanol.
HELEN THOMAS MILLER WASHINGTON, "Helen"
Pi Kappa Omega; President of Student Gov eminent, '23-'24-'25; State Chairman of Ext.en sion of Honor System in Virginia; Y. W. C. A Cabinet '23-'24-'25; Alumna; Committee, "22 '23;
De-Ho-Ec Literary Society, President '22; Club, Secretary '22-'23; Executive Committee of Glee Club, â€˘22-'23.
MARGARET KAEFFER MOORE NORFOLK, VA.
Pi Kappa Omega; Argus Literary Society, President '24; Athletic Association; Athletic Council; Varsity Cheer Leader '24-'25; Junior Cheer Leader '23-'24; Dramatic Club; Junior Class, Reporter '23-'24; Blue Ridge Club: Y. W. C. A., Social Committee; Virginian, Literaiy Editor '24-"25; College Club; Hiking Club.
MARTHA FRANCES MORTON CREWE, VA.
"Frances" Ruffner Literai-y Society, Clitic '22-'23, VicePresident '23-'24, President '24-'25; El Circulo Espanol; Le Cercle Francais; Nottoway Club; Y. W. C. A.
FARMVILLE, VA. "Lilian"
Orchestra; Mandolin and Guitar W. C. A., Publicity Committee '22'23-'24-'25; Travelers Club; Prince Edward Club; Blue Ridge Club; Argus Literary SoCollege Club; Y.
FLEMENTINE BALL PEIRCE LANCASTER, VA.
Kappa Omega; Rotunda,
Assistant EdiVirginian, Assistant Literary Editor '22-'23; Argus Literary Society, President '22-'23, Second Vice-President '21"22; Student Government Association, Treasurer '22-'23: Student Committee '21-'22-'23"24- '25; Y. W. C. A., World Fellowship Committee 23-'24, Publicity Committee Chairman, tor-in-Chief '23-'24;
ANNA BRANCH REAMS KINCSPORT, TENN.
Conference and Convention Committee '24, Service Committee '25; Blue Ridge Club, Secretary '24; Athletic Acsociation; Baseball Team '23; Argus Literary Society; De-Ho-Ec Club; College Club. Y.
RIVES RICHARDSON FARMVILLE, VA.
"Mary Rives" Sigma Sigma Sigma; ciety;
Argus Literary SoAthletic Association; R. K.; Y. W. C. A.
KATHARINE ELIZABETH SHORE BURKEVILLE, VA.
"Katharine" Associate Business Manager '24-'25; Nottoway Club, President '24-'25; College Club; Pierian Literary Society; Y. W.
C. A., Social Committee '24-25.
ERNA FLEETWOOD SHOTWELL REPUBLICAN GROVE, VA. "Giraffe," "Erna" Athletic '24-'25; Association, President Junior Athletic Representative '23-'24; Argus Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee '22- '23, Conference and Convention Committee '23-'24; Blue Ridge Club; De-HoEc Club; College Club, Vice-President 24-"25, President '23-24; Baseball Team, Manager '19'20, Captain 20-'21-'22; Basketball Team, Cap'20-'21; tain Basketball Squad "21-'22-'23; Servers Tennis Club, Captain '24-'25. Secretary '21-'22, Vice-President '20-'21; Le Cercle Francais. Secretary '20-'21.
BERTHA SPRADLIN STEWARTSVILLE, VA.
"Bertha" Senior Class, Secretary and Treasurer '24'25; Jefferson Literary Society; El Circulo Espanol; Le Cercle Francais; Travelers Club, '24-'25; Vice-President Progressive Educational Club; College Club; Rural Club '21"22; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; K. 1. L.; Y. W. C. A.
ANNIE LISLE TUCKER SOUTH HILL,
"Annie Lisle" Pierian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Social '23-'24-'25; Athletic Association; El Circulo Espanol '23-'24; Hiking Club; College Club; Virginian, Assistant Literary Edi-
LUCILE WALTON DANVILLE, VA.
Rotunda, Editor-in-Chief tor '23-'24; '23-'24; Y.
Virginian, Associate Art
C. A., Membership Committee '23-'24, Publicity Committee '24-'25; Campus League '24-'25.; Cunningham Literary Society; Ex-officio
Student Standards Committee
ROACH WATSON CULLEIS, VA.
Kappa Omega; Y. W.
C. A., Bible Study
Committee '24-'25, Chaii-man Religious Department; Virginian, Literai7 Editor '20; Cunningham Literary Society; Student Staiid.u-ds Committee '24; Progressive Educational Club; Athletic Association.
WEATHERLEY WEST NORFOLK, VA. "Jean"
Zeta Tau; Pierian Literary Society, First Vice-President '22-'23, Treasurer '23-'24; Student Committee '21-'22-'23-'24; Campus League '24-'25; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee '2;2-'23-'24, Rural Life Committee '24-'25; Athletic Association; Senior Basketball Team.
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The weary Senior was for once alone alone in her room late one afternoon in The building was deserted; no wonder everyone was out for a walk, From her window she watched the splendid colors the sunset was glorious.
"After fading in the west while over and over a question reverted in her mind: What if she never realized a successful career and disappointed College, what? Mother, and Father, and her Alma Mater?" Was it a case of an inferiority complex? Perhaps, but whatever the malady she would relax from
for just the briefest
Where do the fading sunset colors go? Who knows? "In the unscarred heavens they leave no wake," but some of the love and beauty of that sunset entered the soul of the weary Senior. "Dear Senior," a Presence whispered, "Do you not know that one ought always to be happy and joyful in such a beautiful world?" "Ah, yes!" replied the Senior, "that would be easy enough if I were assured Are you some Fairy Weaver and will you that all my dreams would come true.
"No, dear Senior," replied the Presence. "You yourself are the true Weaver ol Beautiful Dreams. I am the Sunset Colors. I came out of the west to bring you materials for your weaving before I return to the Master Artist. Here is the red that will give glowing you strength and valor in your weaving, and here is the blue that will keep you true to Alma Mater. The black you will need also, for there must be some shadows, but I have not forgotten the gold which will always make Above all, take the white, which is necessary to purify the the shimmering lining. whole fabric and to make the completed pattern a beautiful whole." "Dear Presence," cried the Senior, "if by mixing your colors all my dreams will come true, I shall be happy in the weaving! Do tell me that they will every one come true!" "You little know what you ask, dear child," replied the Presence. "The weaving of dreams is your rightful employment but it is not given to you to have them all come true. 'A man's reach should exceed his grasp, or what's a heaven for?' But be not afraid in your weaving. Your part is to keep diligently at your task with a heart that is pure and unselfish. The Master Designer himself guides the shining shuttle and makes the pattern grow. And so you work together, hand in hand, combining the sunset colors of love and beauty. The resulting pattern is the combined work of both the Master Designer and his Apprentice. Your dreams cannot all come true but many of your threads will appear in the mosaic of Life that is both human and divine." Suddenly the Senior started. The campus bell was ringing. She descended, "in action, into the world of fact," having learned "that energy of faith which enables us to live constantly in the vision of the good," with that vision "shedding over every daily task the light of love."
MARY CLAY HINER
of the Junior Class
ANN FONTAINE SMITH danville, va.
Class Colors Red and White
in the soul, not in the stars"
Mary Spiggle Olive Smith
Gertrude Quinn -
SADIE RAY BAIRD DISPUTANTA, VA.
HATTYE MYRTLE BLANKENSHIP APPALACHIA, VA.
MARY ELIZABETH BOOKER PAMPLIN, VA.
MARY ELIZABETH BUGG FARMVILLE, VA.
HARRIET EMBRY COLEMAN BOYDTON, VA.
MAMIE EVELYN DANIEL STOVALL, N.
ELIZABETH KREADY DIEHL FARMVILLE, VA.
MABEL JACQUELINE EDWARDS NORFOLK, VA.
RUTH BUNYAN JENNINGS NORFOLK, VA.
LUCY ELIZABETH KEITH NEW GLASGOW,
DAISIE ALLEN MITCHELL NORLINA,
GLADYS MOSES CHATHAM,
MAY MOTTLEY AMELIA, VA.
CATHERINE JANE MURDOCK BLACKSTONE, VA.
GRACE NOEL FARMVILLE, VA.
SUE VIRGINIA PUCKETT WINTERPOCK,
MARY GERTRUDE QUINN ROANOKE,
RUTH LUCILLE RICHARDSON RICHMOND,
ELIZABETH HELENA ROBERTS BRIDGETOWN, VA.
ANNE ROBERTSON PORTSMOUTH,
MARY LOUISE ROWLETT CHULA, VA.
DAISY BELLE SHAFER NORFOLK, VA.
MARY SPIGGLE ROANOKE,
CLARA MARIAN THOMPSON LYNCH STATION,
RACHEL HELOISE THOMPSON LYNCH STATION,
KATHERINE GANNAWAY TRENT DILLWYN, VA.
MARY WALTERS VAUGHAN AMHERST, VA.
THELMA CELESTE WHALEY REMO, VA.
WILMA PATTIE WILLIAMS DANVILLE, VA.
MARTINA WILLIS FARMVILLE, VA.
MARY RUTH WINN LAWRENCEVILLE, VA.
ELLA THELMA WOOLFOLK WOODFORD,
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To be true to our Alma Mater As we live here day by day; To do the fairest, squarest deeds In all our work and play; To strive to do for others As we would have them do; To love and honor always The dear old white and blue; To dream of doing great things
And not let them end in dreams; To keep the thought e'er with us What our Alma Mater means;
When school days here are ended And into life's road we go, May we behind a record leave Of service true to show; To be a loyal student here And a friend to all who need; To keep the ideals of our class This our aim our Junior Creed
MISS FLORENCE DE LAUNAY BUFORD Honorary Member a) the Sophomore Class
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VIRGINIA CAROLYN VINCENT EMPORIA, VA. "Virginia"
Sigma Sigma Sigma: Mu Omega; N. B. B. 0.; D. B.; D. I. R. K.; Sophomore Class President; Freshman Vice-President, Cheer Leader; Y. W. C. A., Music Committee '23-'24; Cunningham Literary Society; Emporia Club, Reporter '23-'24-'25; Glee Club; Orchestra; Varsity '23-'24; Freshman Basketball Team; Sophomore Basketball Team; Freshman Baseball Team '23-'24; Athletic Council '23-'24; ExOfficio Student Government; Le Cercle Francais; Athletic Association. Did a whirlwind just pass? No, that was just Virginia going at her usual pace. But it would take an aeroplane or something very speedy to keep up with all the engagements she has, to play for things and people. A great many of our Sophomores may be quiet and retiring but their president makes up for their deficiency.
Green and White
like a picture, so paint
Officers President Vice-President
Virginia Vincent Madeline McMurdo LucY Haile Overbey Sara Fox
SARAH HELEN ADAMS PARKSLEY, v\
"Sarah" Eastern Shore Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. This is one of those rare people who when they speak say something. We are sure that behind her silence there is a garden of delightSometimes we can see them ful thoughts. shyly peeping through her eyes.
DORIS ELIZABETH ALFORD PORTSMOUTH,
Portsmouth Club; Progressive Educational Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
When we who
think of Doris we picture a girl intensely interested in all community
VIRGINIA CREWS ALFRED CLARKSVILLE, VA.
C. A. Virginia
everything, is just a quick and jolly yet serious and conscientious plenty of fun beThere is in all her work. hind her dignified appearance, and we wish her the best of luck. little
BELLE HAVEN, VA.
"Mary" Eastern Shore Club, Vice-President "24-"25; Blue Ridge Club; De-Ho-Ec Club; Pierian Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Mary is the girl with the beautiful red hair. If ever a woman had a "crown of glory," Mary certainly has it. This isn't the only attraction about her though; there are many besides the mere physical. Just talk to her once.
"Annie Belle" Club;
Le Cercle Francais;
when helping others. She does not always have that serious expression just say "Angel Child!" happiest
CLAUDIA PAGE ANDERSON FARMVILLE, VA.
Sigma Chi; Mu Omega; Cotillion Prince Edward County Club; Glee
Club; Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Who is it who dossn't know Claudia? Peppy, attractive, the life of the party. She hasn't a care in the world.
ELIZABETH VAN LEAR ARBUCKLE MAXWELTON, W.
Argus Literai-y Society; Red Head Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. You can bet on Lizzie every time. Her disposition and smile are as bright as her hair. In all her spare moments we find her strolling on the campus. We wonder if this is done for fresh air or if there's "method in her madness."
ALBERTINE ARCHIBALD NEWPORT NEWS,
Literary Society; Athletic AssoNewport News Club; Y. W. C. A. friend is a rare book of which there is but one copy." Albertine's friends think that she is one of She's always in the most priceless copies. the gang's mischief but seems to act as a "quietus" to their mirth.
MARY MOFFETT ARMSTRONG FRONT ROYAL,
"Moffett" Pierian Literary Society ; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee '23-"24; Shenandoah Valley Club; Spanish Society; Athletic Association. Moffett is not all that she appears on the surface, or perhaps one should say she is more. While most people consider Moffett very quiet, modest, and demure, some have pronounced her the most sophisticated of her group of rather sophisticated friends, but truly she has She does not exactly fooled them both. A small supply of "hanker after" wisdom. knowledge to guide her safely over the shoals of teaching in the Training School will satisfy her desires.
Jefferson Literaiy Society; Roanoke Cluhi; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Here is a good sport in two senses of the word; a real, honest-to-goodness lover of sport and good as she can bs. She mixes in like
EDNA MAE ASKEW AHOfKIE,
"Edna" Carolina Club; Athletic Association; Y.
that winning smile and twinkle of Edna's merry eyes?
mischievous Because a smile comes natural to those who have a sunny disposition like hers. She has a hand for art, and a mind for originality so some interesting results.
BESSIE DIEHL ATKINSON BLACKiTONE, VA. "Bessie"
Nottoway Club; Le Cercle Francais; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A., Service Committee '24-'25. Few, indeed, possess the power of being Bessie is always and universally friendly. one of the fortunate few, and the friends she has made at S. T. C. are dreading the day she leaves.
HELEN GERTRUDE BAIN PORTSMOUTH,
Vice-President '23-'24; Y. W. C. A., Service '24-'25.
Gert is a studious girl, but she does not let her studies dull or edge off her sportsmanship and fun. She seems to whisper, "'Defer no time; delays have dangerous ends." She appreciates good jokes, and smiles over poor ones to keep the entertainer from feeling bad.
MARY ELIZABETH BALLAGH LYNCHBURG, VA. "Elizabeth" Athletic
Association; Campbell Y. W. C. A.
all the girls in S. T. C. There's not one more sweet. or more reserved
More dignified More modest
or more neat. all who meet her; She makes them love her too. She thinks to mind her own affairs
She's kind to
one should do.
ANNIE LEE BARKSDALE CULLEN, VA.
"Annie Lee" Pierian Literary- Society; Y. W. C. A., Service Committee '23-"24; Athletic Association; Freshman Basketball Team, '23-'24; Hiking Club; Le Cercle Francais, Tresoriere '23-'24;
Los Trabajores Espanol
'5 Ah! Annie Lee. who gave to thee That winsome trait, demurity?
sweet to see that one can he
ETHEL BESSIE BARKSDALE ROANOKE,
Roanoke Club; Jefferson Literai7 Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. And fortunate, too, is the young lady who can get special delivery letters every day in the week as does Ethel. We hope she will go through life wearing a happy expression like that caused by the receipt of the above mentioned epistles.
EMILY LUCILLE BARNETT ROANOKE,
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; D. I. R. K. N. B. B. 0.; Cotillion Club; Roanoke Club; Cunningham Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. If If you want a good friend, try Lucille. you want a good dancer, dance with Lucille. If you want the companionship of a goodlooking girl, you could find none better than
MALLIE VIRGINIA BARNES ROANOKE,
Freshman Basketball Team; Roanoke Club, '24-'25; Basketball Sophomore President Team, Captain '24-'25; Athletic Association; Y.
To say what Mallie has meant to her class and the school is almost impossible; she is about
Nothing stumps Mallie, nothing is too much trouble; you may depend on the fact she'll Of Mallie's do what you ask her to do. numerous friends, there is one from whom she is inseparable her chewing gum.
ELIZABETH BLANCHE BARROW DUNDAS, VA. "Elizabeth"
Athenian Literai7 Society; Brunswick Club; Y.
Elizabeth at is
one of the '"Trojans" working
John Randolph, and we might say where her interest centers, but not
that this entirely.
GRACE WINN BARROW FARMVILLE, VA.
"Grace" Prince Edward Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
"Not too sober, not too gay. But a real good pal in every way." Grace grew up under the shadow of the Straight through the kindergarten, training school, high school, and college she has gone. college.
EVELYN PLEASANTS BECKHAM FARMVILLE, VA.
"Evelyn" Pi Kappa Omega; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Representative, President '24-"25; Cunningham Literary Society; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee '24- '25; Prince Edward County Club, VicePresident '23-'24; Le Cercle Francais, President
President '23-'24, Critic '24-'25; L R. K.; Athletic Associa-
Cotillion Club; D. tion.
Evelyn never seems to be on the heights or in the depths, but really she does get excited Though after over things once in a while. one or two
excited sentences you'd never
Living in town may be a disadvanwhere could we find a girl more in
KATHERINE BOISSEAU BENTLEY DE WITT, VA. "Bootsie"
Club; Dinwiddie Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Bootsie is luckier than most of us because she always comes out all right, although her studies are often interfered with by her
CYNTHIA BERKLEY RED HILL, VA.
"Cynthia" Ruffner Literary Society; Albemarle County Club; Y. W. C. A., Service Committee '24-25; Athletic Association. To be a real student and yet get all the good times going, while a rare accomplishment, is possessed by Cynthia.
KATHLEEN VIVIAN BERRY LYNCHBURG, VA. "Kathleen" Association; Campbell County Athletic Club; Y. W. C. A. "The Campbells are Coming" will always remind us of what an asset those Campbell County girls are to S. T. C, and Katbleen has certainly been an asset to Campbell County, the club, and S. T. C.
SURRY, VA. "Virginia"
Orchestra; Athletic AssoY. W. C. A. Virginia is short in stature perhaps, but long in all the traits of character that make us love and admire her. S.
Athletic Association; Y.
"Full of fun, full of pep.
Free from cares, light of step." This
very true of Mary, and more especi-
ally after just receiving a letter
ANNA VIRGINIA BISHOP DISPUTANTA, VA.
S. S. S.
"Ginga" Club; Athletic Association; Y. W.
Because you smile, another smiles, soon there're miles and miles of smiles life's worth while, because you smile.
HATTIE MAE BISHOP KENBRIDGE, VA.
Athletic Association; Y.
There aie There are There are But when And have
some whom we play with. some whom we are gay with. some we go with for fun; you are lonely, one friend only.
be that one.
NORFOLK, VA. "Louise"
K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Her motto seems to be: "Laugh and the world laughs with you," and she applies this to all who come in contact with her. I.
VIRGINIA TURNER BLAND WICOMICO CHURCH, "Ginne"
Jefferson Literary Society; Hiking Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
is a good pal discovered long ago.
That she Is
an accomplished "gal" also know.
ALICE REBECCA BOISSEAU DINWIDDIE, VA.
"Alice" "Rebecca" Basketball Squad '23-"24; AthAssociation; Dinwiddie Club, Treasurer Hiking Club; Y. W. C. A. She does. Does she love a good time? Everyone knows her and you can rest assured on foot but time that there is never a good what she will be there, and enter into it with in work as well her whole soul. This is true as in play; she puts her best into whatever she docs.
LUCY EVELYN BOISSEAU CHURCH ROAD,
"June" Dinwiddie Club; Athletic Association; Hiking Club; L K. U.; Y. W. C. A. better known as "June," is a lass, who wins many friends with her little smiles and cunning ways. June's motto is, "I don't bother work and work don't bother me."
Lucy Evelyn, winsome little
KATHRYN BOONE BOONES MILL, VA. "Kathryn" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A., Conference and Conventions Committee '24-"25;
Student Government Committee, Sophomore Representative '24-'25; Pierian Literary Society; Roanoke Club; Blue Ridge Club; HikClub. Kathi7n takes a great deal of interest in the activities of S. T. C, that is, when she can recall it from Richmond Medical College. At any rate, she says she is going to have a Career, whatever that means, "Best o' luck!" ina;
AUBREY BURMA BOWIE CULPEPER, VA.
W. C. A. always on hand to back her class whatever it may do. If she is To call on a backer she is a valuable one. Burma means she will do what you ask. Athletic Association; Y.
BOBLEY MABEL BROWN ROANOKE, VA. "Mobley"
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Cunningham Literary
Pi Alpha; D. I. R. K.; Society; Red Head
Club; Cotillion Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A., Music Committee '23-'24, Social
and an all-'round
a sincere friend,
THELMA CHAMBLISS BROWN "JARRATT, VA.
"Thetma" S. S. S.
Club; Athletic Association; Y.
once know her you can ne'er forget her for she is the kind that appeals to With her high ideals and with everybody. her perseverance, ambition, and willingness, the class of '2.5 prophesies for her a shining future.
ELIZABETH CLARKE BRUCE RICE, VA.
"Bet" Athletic Association;
Dame Rumor hath it that this young lady has a great attraction for the opposite sex, and all you man-haters must admit that this is one example of masculine good taste.
VERGIE INEZ BRYANT BOYKINS, VA. "Vergie" S. S. S.
Club; Athletic Association; Y.
In spite of her quiet ways Vergie can speak her mind when she wants to. She is not the kind of girl that pushes herself foi"ward to gain popularity. But then she does not have to, for her own merits have "boosted" her ahead, as her record shows.
MARY ROSANA BURCH IVY DEPOT, VA.
"Mary" Athletic Association; Y.
best of classmates and friends is Mary. the same today, tomonow and forever. Dignified, resei-ved, and studious, such is
REBECCA VIRGINIA BURGESS NORFOLK,
Literary Society, Secretary '25; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
poor Becky has always to use skill in trying to keep her many dates from becoming mixed. Annapolis seems to be leading the race right now, though, so perhaps there'll be a little respite.
Another popular blonde;
VIRGINIA BURNETT DRY FORK, VA. "Virginia" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Virginia is just Virginia and she couldn't With her red curls possibly be anyone else! and "tendency to worry" she is a lovable girl. She has been with us only one year, but she leaves many friends at S. T. C.
SARAH EVELYNE BYRD HOLLAND, VA. "Evelyne" Athletic Association. Evelyne is always helping, always giving; She's one that helps make life worth living.
MARGARET ADELE CANADA CLOVER, VA.
"Peggy" Athletic Association; Halifax Club; I. K. U.; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Peggy is just an "honest-to-goodness" girl, with a low sweet voice and gentle manner. She is devoted to her kindergarten work and will make a big success with it. With your sunny disposition and winning smile we feel sure that happiness awaits you, whatever you
NORMA GRESHAM CARNEY PORTSMOUTH, VA.
"Norma" Portsmouth Club, President '24-'25; Student Senate '23-'24; Travelers Club; Athletic AssoY.
In Norma we find a truly good sportsman and a girl in whom we may place the utmost dependence. Her presence adds to every gathering and she has the gift of saying exactly what she thinks in a way which makes it valuable.
ALICE ROLLING CARTER HALIFAX, VA. "Alice"
Pierian Literary Society; Le Cercle FranSecretaire "23-'24; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee '23-'24; Blue Ridge Club, Vice-President '24-"25; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Athletic Association. A little brown bird of a girl, with everything that goes with that. Perhaps we get our Alice Carters mixed up. but it would be cais.
be mistaken for
this little lady.
MARY LOUISE CARWILE PAMPLIN, VA. "Louise," "Lou."
Chairman Campus League '24-'25; Pierian Literai'y Society; Appomattox County Club, Vice-President '23-"24; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Louise is her real name but everybody calls her Lou. If you see a girl picking up paper on the campus or shooing girls from the rotunda you may know 'tis she.
LOUISE FERRELL CLEMENTS STONY CREEK,
Club; Hiking Club; W. C. A.
S. S. S.
During her years at S. T. C, Louise has won our affection by her attractive peisonality. We wish her all success and legions of friends.
MARGARET FORBES COBB NORFOLK, VA. "Margaret" Student Government Committee; Y. W. C. Chairman Bible Study Committee; MemCommittee; Athenian Literary So-
K. U.; Athletic Association. busy
Woiking the whole day through; She works from mom "til sunset And always finds more to do; For she works and p!ays with rs. And brings us all good cheer;
she be so v
and many a
LYLA URIZONE COLONNA HAMPTON,
K. U.; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Y. W. Committee 23-'24; Athletic Asso-
C. A., Music ciation.
You might mistake her donna
we know her
an Italian prima this we would
be only one of us
and sings a
OPHELIA RADCLIFFE COMMANDER NORFOLK, "Fee"
Y. W. C. A., Social Committee '23-'24; Athenian Literary Society; Athletic Association.
Fee is the happy-hearted sort of a girl that laughs, and laughs, and laughs, and everybody
laughs with her
ALICE LILLIAN COOK CREWE, VA.
Nottoway Club, Vice-President '24-'25 Ruffner Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. ;
Here's hoping Cookie will be like the culinai7 dainty her nickname suggests, crisp, sweet, and well liked by everyone.
ETHEL LOVE COVINGTON NOTTOWAY, "Covey"
Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Covey has our best wishes for success. She one of those good-all-'round, ready-for-workfun-or-anything people that one likes heaps. is
VIRGINIA SPOTTSWOOD RICHMOND, "Pat"
Pi Kappa Omega; Gamma Theta; Omega; D. L R. K.; I. K. U.; Y. W. C.
Chairman Music Committee Religious Meetings Committee
matic Club; Glee Club, Secretary; Richmond Club, Vice-President Argus Literary Society Rotunda Staff. Assistant News Editor '24-'25; Pan-Hellenic '24-"25; Cotillion Club; Athletic ;
Of all the girls in this old world. Can you show me one so fair, As Pat with her lovely face. Crowned by her beautiful hair.
we know that innocence and beauty combined modern day is a rarity; Why should we sit and wonder At our Pat's popularity. Since
HARRIET SPENCER COWLES LOANO, VA. "Boo" French Circle; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Boo is a happy-go-lucky girl who makes her friends smile by her witty remarks. If Boo appears upon the scene with an elfish smile upon her countenance, there is mischief in the air and something's bound to h^Dpen! She's never taken life seriously except French, which is the bane of her existence.
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DEAN REBECCA COX CAPE CHARLES, VA.
"Dean" Glee Club; Athenian Literary Society; Y. C. A., Bible Study Committee; I. K. U.:
light heart lives long. little, love me long.
our Campbell Kid's everlasting song. a personality you envy and her intellect is just as keen. Whenever you hear a "uke" and a voice singIs
Our Campbell Kid has
Dean. She Glee Club.
in Kalamazoo." think of one of the "Canaries" of our
BLANCHE MARIE CRAIG SHIPMAN, VA. "Blanche" Trabajores; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Fate was kind when she gave Blanche her carefree, never-woiTy disposition. Hers is not an excitable nature; but day in and day out we find her calm and easy-going.
MARGARET FENNELL CRAWLEY FARMVILLE, VA.
"Margaret" Ruffner Literal^ Society, Treasurer; Le Cercle Francais; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Here is another of our '"town girls" whom we couldn't do without and in whose praise we are always glad to say a word or rather, many words.
RUTH THATCHER CREECY NORFOLK, VA. "Ruth"
Mu Omega; Glee Club; Cunningham Literary Society;
K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Ruth is just the kind of girl who must have gotten into all kinds of jam pots and trouble when she was little. How do we know? By her eyes laughing, dancing, black, or are Oh, she has all the other they brown, eyes? attributes of the modern young lady but why go into details? I.
HELLEN ELIZABETH CRISMAN WINCHESTER, VA. "Hellen" Zeta Tau; Argus Literary Society; Student Committee, Sophomore Representative '24-'25; Y. W. C. A., Chairman Conference and Conventions Committee '24- '25; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Blue Ridge Club; L K. U.; Rotunda Staff, Exchange Editor '24-"25; AthAssociation. You can't help Just listen to Hellen talk. but be attracted by that little lisp. People don't ever expect these little, bobbed-haired girls to think of anything serious, but here's one who not only thinks, but does many things for her school and class.
BERTHA MELVILLE CROCKER IVOR, VA.
"Bertha" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Dignity, reserve, quiet devotion to duty are her striking characteristics. With these and her faithfulness to duty we are sure she will succeed.
ELIZABETH ROBERTSON CROCKETT MAX MEADOWJ,
"Elizabeth," " 'Liz"
Pierian Literary Society; Glee Club; Southwest Virginia Club. President '23-'24-'25; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Elizabeth, better known as 'Liz, is one of
brilliant record in teaching in the training school; also in captivating her pupils' hearts. She's very fond of dancing except when she
DERILDA ELIZABETH CROWE CREWE, VA. "Bluff"
Nottoway County Club; Student Government Representative;
She never follows the example set by her name, but is always a willing worker and faithful
ELIZABETH MARSHALL CRUTE FARMVILLE, VA.
"Crude" Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; N.
B. B. O.; R. K.; Cotillion Club; Glee Club; VarSquad '23-'24; Freshman Basketball Team; Sophomore Basketball Team; Cunningham Literary Society; Prince Edward Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. "Is she popular?" Well I guess. "Is she attractive?" Oh, my, yes! "Does she study?" Well, not much. But in her classes she's quite the "stuff." "Sunny disposition?" We can't say no. An all-round girl with lots of go that's
KATHERINE NASH DASHIELD PORTSMOUTH, "Kat"
Y. W. C. A., Morning Watch Committee; Jefferson Literary Society; Portsmouth Club; Hiking Club; Athletic Association.
Did you ever meet on the world's highway
friend so true, a spirit so kind, soul so pure, a sport so fine.
That she made you happy the livelong day?
at a glance that
nothing else but a
our own Kat,
BLANCHE DAUGHTREY FRANKLIN, VA.
"Blanche" Glee Club; Progressive Educational Club, Reporter; Cunningham Literal^ Society; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association. Here is a girl who though quiet, always gets results from any undertaking. I.
MARY LOUISE DEANS PORT, MOUTH, VA.
Portsmouth Literary Society; Athenian Club, Treasurer '22-'23; Y. W. C. A., Alumnae Committee; Athletic Association. Here's another from "a city by the sea." But you'd never consider Louise "a jolly tar."
too delicate looking.
is stronger than it appears to be, for has stood us for two years, much to our
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PAULINE FRANCES DEAVER LEXINGTON, VA. "Polly"
Student Senate; Shenandoah Valley Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Talk about a sensation look at Polly. She has always something funny to tell you, 'specially when a '"Billy" or a "J" or some other specimen of "cake-eater" has sent her a "special." Judging from the number she rereceives one is apt to suspect that she will receive an M. R. S. rather than a B. S.
MARY AMONETTE DE MOTT NORFOLK, VA.
K. U.; Ath-
W. C. A. Amo, we love you, our She has a charm all her own '"Miss Mary." and an attractive way which makes her exAssociation; Y. Amo I love, but
MARY CORNELIA DICKINSON CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. "Cornelia"
Kappa Omeg^; Rotunda Staff. Typist "23"24, Circulation Manager "24- "25; Virginian Staff, Business Manager '24-'25; Pierian LiterPi
ary Society; Albemarle County Club, President; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A., Membership Association; Student Athletic Committee; Senate. Busy, busy little bumble bee; and this is a convenient state for Cornelia to stay in, for she is our Business Manager, and manages us predict for very effectively and efficiently. her a brilliant career as a teacher? not exentirely possible, but actly, although that is as a veiy successful business woman.
MARGARET LOUISE DISHAROON CAPE CHARLES, VA. "Margaret" Eastern Shore Club; Pierian Literary SoAthletic Association; Y. W. C. A. is contagious and has brightened many an hour for her friends at S. T. C. She's your true good sport, "game as they There's something about her make "em." sparkling black eyes and flashing smile that just want to be with her. Chief makes you among our memories of the old school days thoughts of Margaret. will be tender ciety;
MARGARET WILBER DOBBS NORFOLK, VA. "Margaret" Athletic Association;
bit of joy, a bit of sadness, a bit of goodness, a bit of badness, that's Margaret. One
cannot appreciate a genuine blush until he's seen one of this golden-haired lassie's, they're perfect!
her giggles charming.
JEAN CASTLETON DOYLE MC KENNEY,
Glee Club; erary Society; C. A.
Dinwiddle Club; Athletic
Pierian LitAssociation; Y. W.
Jean's jolly good humor has won her many a friend and carried her through many trying situations. She simply radiates happiness. To spend a dull moment in her presence would be an impossibility.
CARRIE VIRGINIA DREWRY NORFOLK, VA. "Carrie" Pi Alpha; Cotillion Club, Assistant Business Manager '24-'25; I. K. U.; Chairman Program Committee; Pierian Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
At the beginning of every study hour Carrie jumps into bed, buries her head in a snappy novel and you hear no more from her 'til bedtime,
ment. She says, "Why worry 'bout lessons?" But she gets there just the same. How does Maybe it is her lucky red head; she do it? if you don't think so, figure it out for yourself.
VIRGINIA HAZEL MC KENNEY,
Dinwiddle and Petersburg Club; De-Ho-Ec Club; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Hazel is thoughtful and studious; pretty She and charming; sincere and reserved. can always, in facing every problem, though it be a knotty one at times, smile and solve it.
ELIZABETH EARNEST AFTON, TENN. "Elizabeth"
K. U.; Y. W. C. A.
She's loving and friendly. Sweet natured and kind, sweeter girl
Will be hard to find.
MAGGIE VERNA EAST CHATHAM, VA. "Maggie" Athletic Association; Jefferson Literary SoW. C. A.
In spite of her size She's a maiden quite wise. is just as exact as can be. She's studious, yet gay In a dignified way. But her heart, is it at S. T. C.????
BETTY ATKINSON EDMUNDS MC KENNEY,
"Red" Y. W. C. A., Alumnae Committee '24-"25; Petersburg-Dinwiddie Club, "24- '25; De-Ho-Ec Club; Athletic Association. It may be said, she talks little, thinks more and accomplishes most.
KATHERINE EASLEY EDMUNDS HALIFAX, VA. "Kitty"
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Association; Y.
C. A. serious;
loving, yet sincere."
MACK ELLINGTON RICE, VA.
Edward County Club;
that Lillian is kind-hearted is only expressing mildly the wonderfully sympathetic A mixture of fun, disposition she possesses. wit, and steadfastness with a great deal of
kindness and generosity makes Lillian.
REVA ELLIOT WINFALL, VA. "Reva," "Chubby"
De-Ho-Ec Club; Campbell County Club; Le Cercle Francais; Athletic Association; Y.
Who is the girl black curly hair? Why it's Chubby of course. Just to look at her face makes the day a lot with the brown eyes and
ADELAIDE VIRGINIA EMORY FORT EUSTIS, VA.
"Ad" Dramatic Club; Athenian Literary Society; Sensational Syncopators; Newport News Club, Vice-President '23- '24; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
you gaze at this tall, dignified, beaugirl could you imagine that beneath it hides the impish spirit of "Puck," himself? all She is also quite a "shiek" in the gym and is Ad. never at a loss for dancing partners. tiful
MAMIE BILLY ESTES SOUTH BOSTON,
^'Mamie" Progressive Educational Club; Athletic AsW. C. A. Mamie is a sure remedy for the blues," for her natural wit and cleverness will throw you into hysterics. She claims that she is "Daddy's old-maid daughter," but from what we know about her, that is only another of her jokes. sociation; Y.
RUSSELL LOUISE EVERETT WILLIAMSBURG, VA. "Russell" Pierian Literal? Society; Y.
C. A., Social
Tri-County Club; Athletic C. A. Quiet? No! Industrious? Mighty! Peppy and full of fun? She's alive to the Nth degree. That's Russell who hails from Williamsburg now don't misunderstand that. "I was just wondering" a girl with a bigger heart or a greater curiosity is found not often in a life time. As for wit, Russell has the world
MOLLIE INGER FENNE WILLIAMSBURG, VA. "Mollie" Y.
A.; Athletic Association. learned from Mr. Bell that the Greeks idealized symmetry and harmony. They would have raved over Mollie for she is a good exexample of the "well-rounded personality." C.
NELLIE LEE FERRELL LYNCHBURG, VA. '"Nellie"
Ruffner Literary Society; Campbell County Club; L K. U. Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. ;
Behold a girl with real aspirations. Some day she hopes to be a writer, and indeed shows great promise of so becoming. Keep working, Nellie, and in the near future perhaps we'll be reading your books.
CATHERINE PRESTON FINNEY BUENA
Ruffner Literai7 Society; Bohemian Club; K. U. Jolong Club; Athletic Association; W. C. A. ;
Catherine has taken such an active part in our college life these last two years tbat the gap will surely be felt when she leaves.
LILLA FORTUNE FOSTER LACROSSE, VA. "Lilla"
Athletic Association; Y. If
you don't know anything ask Lilla, for sure to know. She is a fine student and
know success is awaita willing worker. ing her so we wish her all the luck possible.
SARA ELIZABETH FOX AYLETT, VA.
"Sara" Virginian Staff, Assistant Business Manager Treasurer Sophomore Class '24-"25;
Argus Literary Society; Athletic Association; Richmond Club; Finance Committee '24-'25
W. C. A. Sara may be quiet but she's a "go-getter." goes after the advertisements and comes back with more than we could possiblv hope for, even in our wildest dreams? We appreciate the many things you've done for us in your quiet, unassuming manner. of Y.
LUCILE FRANKLIN RICHMOND, VA. " 'Cile"
Argus Literary So-
R. K. De-Ho-Ec Club, Treasurer; Cotillion Club; Athletic Association. Our red head angel 'Cile! 'Cile is known publicly as a good cook and seamstress, but those who know her privately do not overlook her genius in giving reducing exercises. She puts the "before and after" series in the shade. If she doesn't come back next year what shall we do for light on the hall after eleven o'clock? For always you could see your way by the light of her wonderful tresses. ciety; D.
MARTHA SUSAN FREEMAN HAMPTON, VA. "Martha" Mandolin-Guitar Club;
W. C. A. a wee bit of feminimity slipping around the halls? That's Martha. She tries vei"y hard to be meek and serious, bul don't you ever think she is. The best about tional Club; Athletic Association; Y.
Have you seen
"She maketh friends and holds them
BERNICE FRANCES FRETWELL FARMVILLE, VA.
"Bernice Frances" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Look the world over and you will never find Bernice Frances. The words that come together and describe her are originality, indifference and independence. She never toiled over her studies but she always came out with the rest.
MARY GLADYS FRETWELL STAUNTON, VA. "Gladys" Association; Hiking Club; Shenandoah Valley Club; Y. W. C. A. A pal who is always so happy and gay, That she only spreads sunshine along life's Athletic
Her laughter brings gladness
Her happiness many a sad heart can cheer. Just to have known her here at S. T. C. Has left an impression for our memory; And no matter how far away she m?y go. She'll stay in our hearts for we all love her so.
MARGARET ELIZABETH FULLER NORFOLK, VA. "Margaret," "Jack" Athletic Association; Campus League '23; L K. U.; Y. W. C. A. Haven't you seen a merry bit o' a girl on the coiTidors at S. T. Haven't you seen her twinkling eyes just close in merriment? Well, that merry little girl is Jack Fuller, and if you haven't met her, you've missed one of the '"Joys of Life."
NOMA ELIZABETH FUQUA RADFORD, VA.
"Noma" Librarian of Glee Club; Pierian Literary Society; Southwest Virginia Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. We all know Noma by her sparkling brown eyes and auburn curls, and when she sings we feel as if we know her better. Combined with these characteristics we have a sweet and studious disposition.
EVELYN LOIS GALLAHER LYNCHBURG, VA. "Evelyn" Jefferson Literary Society;
W. C. A. She's made it a practice to put all her troubles in the bottom of her heart, then sit on the lid and smile. Club; Athletic Association; Y.
KATHERINE OTEY GARNETT FARMVILLE, VA.
"Otey" Glee C. A.
Something small and very snappy. Vivacious, gay, and always happy. But in deed and purpose true To herself and others too. Working, studying with a zest Ever striving for the best.
MADELINE HART GARY KENBRIDGE, VA.
"Madeline" Club; Sensational Synco-
Freshman Basketball Team; Varsity
Hiking Club; Athletic Association; W. C. A. Madeline is one of our musicians and they Whether she's "'syncoare always welcome. pating" or just being natural she's a happy She. also holds her addition to any group. own on the basketball court. "23-'24;
JOSIE BELLE GATES RICE, VA.
Glee Club; Mandolin-Guitar Club; Athletic W. C. A.
of fun, humor, and common In fact she is a most delightful comShe can play and sincere friend. basketball, too; you ought to see her throw
ANNIE LEE GAYLORD NORFOLK, VA. "Annie Lee" Y. W. C. A., Morning Watch Committee '24-'25; Athenian Literai7 Society; Athletic Association.
Annie Lee has that much admired and longed for quality of being "different." The fact that she is red-headed may partly account for her individual type. It may be said that her talents range from the power of singing beautifully to the capturinjg of a man's heart.
CORA NANCY GILL WICOMICO CHURCH, "Cora" Glee
Morning Watch Committee; Athletic Association.
Here's a voice from the Glee Club and it's a sweet one, too. There's nothing too nice to say of this blithe young member of the class of '25.
NANNIE WALTON GILLIAM TOGA, VA.
"Her face made sunshine
FREIA ANNA GOETZ KEYSVILLE, VA.
W. C. A. "A word to speak that's good and kind Somehow or other she can always find.'
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FRANCES KATHERINE GOODE HENRY, VA. "Kate" Progressive Educational Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
"True True True
to to to
her friends. her duty always."
MARY BATTLE GOSE WYTHEVILLE, VA.
"Mary" Ruffner Literary Society; Southwest Virginia Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Quiet and rather reserved, yet who on "Tacky Alley" does not know Maiy? It fell to her lot to teach history in the Training School, the subject of her greatest dread. Through it all, her sweet disposition remained
NINA ANSON GRAVELY MARTINSVILLE, VA.
"Nina" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Laughing and singing she goes about her work ever willing to aid, especially when the Being a lover touch of an artist is needed. of sports she is happiest when on a tennis or
LYDIA ELIZABETH GRIFFIN HOLLAND,
"Lydia" Athletic Association; Le Cercle Francais; De-Ho-Ec Club; The Triangle Club; Y. W. C.
an all-round student and has. her of winning her way to one's heart. making her decisions and then sticks to what she believes to be right. is
own method She It
true that she is quiet and reserved, but the greatest thinkers are those
we know that who say least.
MABEL GROSSCLOSE CERES, VA.
"Mabel" Glee Club; ProgressEducational Club; Y. W. C. A.
Athletic Association; ive
"Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control These three alone lead life to sovereign power."
CARRIE GUNHILD SIGNID GUDHEIM BLACKSBURG, VA. "Carrie" Pi Alpha; Athletic Association; Southwest Virginia Club; Pierian Literary Society; Hiking Club; Y. W. C. A. Look at her name and then guess her perCarrie is a daughter of the Vikings sonality. bold who once sailed the northern seas. So you'd expect her to have an adventerous undaunted spirit. Most of these adventures have been carried on within the precincts of V. P. I. Try and guess the results.
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ELVA MAE GUY PUNGOTEAGUE, VA. "Elva."
Eastern Chore Club; Athletic Association; W. C. A. A cheery little soul is Elva, she sings, she smiles, and worries not at all; yet, she's thoughtful, frank, and as good as can be. That would never do Tell a fib? Oh, no! Y.
going to teach, but from appearances, teach only one subject and that will be a certain "Reeder." she's
MYRTLE VIRGINIA GUY PUNGOTEAGUE,
"Myrtle" Eastern Shore Club; De-Ho-Ec Club; Le Cercle Francais; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. We can always depend on Eastern Shore for some mighty fine girls and you can bet we were not disappointed in Myrtle.
LAURA EDNA HALL HICKORY, VA.
"Edna" Freshman Basketball Team; Varsity
Mandolin-Guitar Club; Glee Club; Monogram Club: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. When one approaches Whitehouse Hall, Edna's laugh is the first thing heard. Besides this evidence of a good disposition she is one of our star basketball players, and she is very i..usical.
One Hundred and Two
DOROTHY CORNELIA HANCOCK ROANOKE,
"Dot" Delta Sigma Chi; Pi Alpha; Athletic Association; I. K. U.; Roanoke Club; Y. W. C. A. Dot's attractiveness and manner win yo"u at 'Tis said she has a "heavy line" first sight. but we don't mind her unraveling it. She also has a serious side which only a few have the pleasure of knowing.
MATTHEWS HARDY KENBRIDGE, VA. "Sallie"
Zeta Tau; Athletic Association; G. A. L. S.; Y. W. C. A. ''Friends are worth Sallie
more than money."
going forth into the world as a
schoolmarm, and fortunate are the children will have the privilege of associating with May she pass on to them some of that fine spirit of fair play, good sportsmanship, high ideals, and love for the real things that characterize her. Everyone who knows Sallie likes her except her fiiends; and they love
ROSALIND HENRIETTA HARRELL NORFOLK, VA. "Rosalind" Athletic Association; Y.
C. A., Alumnae
Rosalind owns a rare art, Art of hand and art of heart, Understanding wide; Happy ones who reach it find A generous soul, a gracious mind Treasures that abide.
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ADA LEE HAVENS GREEN BAY, VA. "A da" Glee Club; Athletic Association; Prince Edward Club '23- '24; President R. P. C. Club 24-'25; Y. W. C. A. It is generally supposed at S. T. C. that Ada's favorite occupation is dancing. That is because riding in Ford coupes is absolutely forbidden.
ELIZABETH ELEANOR HEDGEPETH HANDCOM,
"Elizabeth" Athletic Association; S. S. S. Club; I. K. U. Y. W. C. A. "None but herself could be her parallel." Despite her quietness she has s;ained many friends. We feel sure that she will attain success in whatever work she chooses for her life, even if it is to be a Methodist minister's wife.
ELVA MAUDE HEDLEY SOUTH NORFOLK.
"Elva" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Le Cercle Francais;
Describe Elva? That would be impossible! Her sweet, So attractive is her personality! winsome manner has made her very popular.
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ANNIE HILL HENDRICKS ALTON, VA.
"Annie" Association; Progressive tional Club; Y. W. C. A. Athletic
Here is a Sophomore to delight the Faculty's heart, for she is an honest-to-goodness student.
JAYNE SWANNE HENDRICKS ALTON, VA. "Jayne" Association ; Progressive Y. W. C. A.
Jayne the "Mystery Girl" and
except to those who know her best the mystei7 unsolved. She always tries to uphold our standards of sportsmanship and holds the place of a good citizen in our midst.
MARTHA CRANE HINCH ROANOKE, VA. "Martha" Delta Sigma Chi; Mu Omega; D. I. R. K.; N. B. B. 0.; I. K. U.; Cotillion Club; Argus Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Social Committee '24-'25; Athletic Association.
"Love, goodness, beauty, in her person shine."
are all attracted by Martha's irresisWe personality and lovely disposition. often wonder which she'd rather do. take her daily jaunt every afternoon or sleep! tible
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NORFOLK, VA. "Beppie" Progressive Educational Club; Glee Club; Athletic Association; I. K. U.; Y. W. C. A. She Here's Beppie with her mop of curls. appears quiet as all good schoolma'ams should. But there's more fun behind those brown eyes than you can "shake a stick at." She showed perseverance when she came here for a whole summer and the following winter in order to complete her course.
MARIE LOUISE HOLLAND HOLLAND, VA. "Noisy" Athletic Association; Triangle Club; Y. C. A.
This is "Noisy." Isn't she cute? Her wit and "noise" will keep you alive and her smile and happy-go-lucky sort of a way will keep you merry.
REVA BERNICE HUFF BRISTOL, TENN.
"Bun" Association; Pierian K. U.; Y. W. C. A.
willing, full of fun.
Best of friends, likes everyone."
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DOROTHY PATTESON HUGHES LYNCHBURG, VA. "Dot" Pi Alpha Club; Athenian Literary Society; Lynchburg Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
"Best things come in small packages." We to believe this. Although her name "Dot," she holds no small portion of our hearts. We wonder if Dot sanctions the rumors we have been hearing that she isn't planning to follow her chosen career always.
have come is
GERTRUDE LIGON HUGHES RICE, VA.
"Trudy" Prince Edward Club; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A. Here's to Trudy! She's the kind of a girl everybody likes, lively, attractive, and witty with plenty of ability, energy, and determination. All the points which go to make up a true friend are hers and the greatest good fortune we can wish is that she may occupy a place in the world similar fo the one she has held with her classmates and friends at Athletic Association;
ELIZABETH CAROLYN HUNTER LYNCHBtJRG, VA.
"Carolyn" Association; Campbell County Club; Y. W. C. A. "Dignity is a pearl of great price. Carolyn's host of friends would describe her as the most queenly giil they know, with all the dignity; yet quiet fun lurking beneath. that any girl could have. Athletic
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LYNCHBURG, VA. "Virginia"
Lynchburg Club; Campbell County Club; Fieshman Basketball Team; Progressive Educational C. A.
mighty fine girl named after a mighty fine state and she has made a mighty fine record in a mighty fine college.
CLYDE VIRGINIA JACKSON PORT MOUTH, VA. "Virginia"
Working all the day; She works from morn 'til eventide,
yet she's always gay; efforts are for others,
And she brings us all good cheer. May our wishes good be with her. For this and many a year.
PEARLE ELIZABETH JARMAN CROZET, VA.
Dramatic Club; Glee Club; I. K. U.; Argus Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Bible Study Committee '23-'24, Membership '24-'25; Albemarle County Club; College Club; Athletic Association. She's just the person to take a humorous part in a play. Don Quixote, himself, couldn't have looked as natural as Elizabeth did in the pageant. Her good humor isn't "wasted on the desert air." for we appreciate it.
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BETTIE SUE JERNIGAN PORTSMOUTH,
Club; Jefferson Literary SoAthletic Association; Y. W. C. A, are glad to have had Bettie in our ranks, for she is a happy combination cf diligence, friendliness, and ability, that is hard to beat. She is always ready to do her part and participate in the activities of our college.
NANCfE ORA JETER RICHMOND, VA. "Ora" Progressive Educational Club; De-Ho-Ec Club; Richmond Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. From her list of organizations you may see that
Because of her the State ceedingly
varied activities. sure of an exto its corps of
Domestic Science teachers.
ALICE COLUMBIA JETT VFADDEYS, VA.
"Alice" C. A., Morning Watch Committee; Athletic Association. Here is a girl concerning whose success her Alma Mater need never wony. With plenty of spirit to make the best of the present, and plenty of reserve force to make the future count, Alice is bound to do well.
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AGNES TYLER JOHNSON NORFOLK, VA. Athenian Literary Society; El Circulo Espanol, Treasurer; Athletic Association; Y. C. A.
girl, who could it be but Agnes? must not overlook her scholastic ability for often noted her good work. It has been rumored that Agnes isn't planning to display all her knowledge in a school house ask John!
IDA GERTRUDE JOHNSON MANTEO,
"Gertrude" Progressive Educational Club; Athletic AsW. C. A.
If you go through life, showing a friendly friendships by the score must result. Gertrude has this spirit and also the consequent flock of friends.
LULA VIRGINIA JOHNSON ALBERTA, VA.
"Lou" De-Ho-Ec Club; Brunswick Club; Athletic Association; Y.
Lula came to us bubbling with "pep." Her favorite hanging out place seems to be downtown, and she nearly always "'rates" a date. She and Cousin Tommy seem to be good friends. Just keep your good disposition, Lula, and you'll be all right.
One Hundred and Ten
RUBY ONETTA JOHNSON PORTSMOUTH, "Ruby"
Portsmouth Club; Athletic Association; Y. C. A. If we admire Ruby for her devotion to '"the
principle of the thing," we love her for her thoughtful consideration, her honest convictions and that air of seienity with which she has trod for two years the path to the foot of her rainbow where awaits her a pot full of excellent grades, true friendships, and Farmville's best wishes.
THELMA MARIE JOHNSON
"Thelma" Eastern Shore Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Thelma moves as calmly through the hurlyburly of college life as if she were walking along a garden path. This serenity is, however, by no means an indication of indifference. It is rather the result of an exquisite orderliness which, with Thelma, is not a science, but a fine art.
BEULAH PESCUD JONES FARMVILLE, VA.
She She She
a winsome wee thing.
a precious wee thing. a lovable wee thing. o' mine.
This dear wee Peggy
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DOROTHY CHAMBERLAYNE JONES CHARLIE HOPE, VA.
"Dot" Athletic Association Brunswick County Club. Treasurer '23-'24-'25; Y. W. C. A. ;
Another blonde, but what a quiet one! If her words don't betray her thoughts her dimples often do.
ELIZABETH FIELD JONES RAWLINGS, VA. "Libby," "Beth"
Mandolin-Guitar Club; Brunswick Club, Vice-President '23-'24, Secretai-y '24-"25; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
The cheeriest girl you ever met. Her temper never sours; The minutes spent with Libby, Grow into golden hours.
ELSIE JONES LA CROSSE, VA. Athletic C.
Angelic! Oh, but you never can tell! Just wait until you know her. If the picture could only speak and sing as the real little girl can. she would surely wind herself around the heartstrings of everyone.
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KATHERINE WATSON JONES BLACKSTONE, VA. "Kitty" Athletic W. C. A.
Sportsmanship, companionship, scholarship, these are three of her attributes. Need we add any more?
In classes there never was such an earnest, devoted student as Lillie, but once away from books off goes dignity like a cumbersome mask. She also acts as advisor and counsellor for many of her friends.
OSBORNE KEASLER BURKEVILLE, VA. "Lillie''
Progressive Educational Club; Nottowav Club; Y. W. C. A. Lillie is one of those people whom we would term a "brightener." She can always be depended upon to keep her corner bright and cheerful.
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MARY ELIZABETH KIBLER WAYNESBORO, VA.
"Mary" Pierian Literary Society; Cotillion Club; Athletic Association; I. K. U.; Shenandoah Valley Club; Y. W. C. A. "With a heart ever true and full of fun She laughed and danced and talked and sung."
KATHERINE HARRIET KISER TAZEWELL, VA. "Katherine"
Southwest Virginia Club; Glee Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Beauty and dignity combined, A character sweet and true, personality all her own
Kitty, a girl true blue.
MARTHA ELIZABETH KISER TAZEWELL, VA.
Club; Glee Club; Y.
Southwest C. A.
With lively talk and laughter gay. With work and friendship kind She drives all of our cares away. This girl so true and fine!
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WILLIE DRUCILLA LACKEY COVESVILLE, VA. "Billie"
Athletic W. C. A.
Billie is well
known around our
who wouldn't recognize Marcheta, Lamplit Hour, and many other popular songs wherevei she is to be found. Aside from singing her next hobby
ANN VIRGINIA LAMBERT wayne:boro,
Omega; G. A. L. S.; Dramatic Club; Valley Association; Shenandoah Athletic Club; Varsity Basketball â€˘23-"24; Y. W. C. A.
shall always remember the first scenes of The Yellow Jacket and Ann Virginia sitShe has much love ting calmly in heaven! for little things and we all admire her taste.
MATTIE RANDOLPH LAND EMPORIA, VA. "Mattie"
Emporia Club, Treasurer; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee; Athletic Association. Black, curly hair, plus bewitching blue eyes, tiny figure, and a bright, winsome smile, these make up Mattie. She's a gay little one, but she can be serious too. She is well known for her good disposition and thoughtfulness of others. a
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LUCILLE LATIMER TOWNSEND,
Athenian Literary Society; Eastern Shore Club, Secretary; I. K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
With laughing, bright, brown eyes. Whoever wins this maiden's hand Will surely win a prize. not promiscuously, We're sure of what we know; Whatever task Lucille is given Twill surely be done "just so."
Our words come
EMILY LOUISE LAWRENCE
PORTSMOUTH, VA. "Mutt"
Literary Society; Hiking Club; Portsmouth Club; Y. W. C. A., Social Com'23-'24; Athletic Association. mittee Little; that's
bobbed hair; Just
brown eyes other people
Oh, no, for there's her sunny position and vivid personality which keep always happy, and refreshing to others. you say?
VIRGINIA EVELYN PORTSMOUTH,
Portsmouth Club; Ruffner Literary Societ. W. C. A.
Athletic Association; Y.
Virginia is a girl whose motto is "don't work unless necessaj-y." When the has to, however, she always looks on the bright side of it and her grades show the happy outcome.
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GEORGIA AGNES LEFTWICH CLIFTON FORGE, VA. "Georgia" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. She's just a "wee bit of a mite" but she doesn't get walked over, as Nellie is fall enough to look out for her. She's so retiring that we little expected her to bob her hair, but that only proves some more things about these so-called quiet people.
MADGE LORENA LEWIS WHITEWELL,
"Madge" Zeta Tau; Carolina Club; I. K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. She is a puzzle to us. There are times when we believe that she is the quiet, demure girl that she looks; while at other times we believe her to be the "'naughtiest" girl ever. One is first impressed by her frankness; indeed this virture has no doubt caused her and her friends many blue moments, but it always seems to come out all right. Her friendship is like her Carolina drawl, slow but constant.
VIRGINIA GIBSON LEWIS PETERSBURG, VA. "Virginia"
Zeta Tau; Spanish Club; French Circle; Athletic Association; Religious Meetings Committee of Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Basketball Squad; G. A. L. S.; Athletic Editor of Rotunda '24-'25; Cotillion Club; PetersburgDinwiddie Club; Athenian Literary Society. If you see two girls coming along the hall and some witty soul makes the unusual re-
come Mutt and Jeff" then you that little Virginia and Ann Virginia are putting in an appearance. Just as these two famous characters have become a part of our daily life, so has Virginia. Little but she is far from insignificant and one would do well to cultivate her friendship.
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JUDSON LIFSEY EMPORIA, VA.
"Judy" Zeta Tau; Y. W. C. A.; I. K. U.; CunningLiterary Society; Emporia Club; Athletic Association; Sophomore Basketball Squad.
Although "Judy"' just came to us from Harrisonburg this year, she's already one of us. She's a good old sport and right there when there's any fun going on, but her grades don't suffer from it. Now, Judy, please tell us what strange attraction Richmond has for you.
ROSE LIPPMAN NORFOLK, VA. "Rose" Athletic Association.
To strangers Rose seems very distant and reserved, but we know better. She is one of the few who have not succumbed to the barber's craze, and she still retains her wealth of black hair.
SARAH LETITIA LIPSCOMB FARMVILLE, VA.
"Sarah" Athletic Association; Y.
Somewhere next year, in our Old Dominion, some little citizens of the future will be fortunate enough to call Sarah teacher.
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META LOUISE LUXFORD PRINCESS ANNE, VA.
"Lou" Argus Literary Society; Campus League; Travelers Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. "Love, sweetness, beauty, from her person shine.
and so refined."
a more fitting example of the
above be found than in "Lou?"
HATTIE BEATRICE LYTHGOE RICHMOND,
L K. U.; Y. W. C. A. no half-way business about Hattie; a thing it is with her whole heart and Loul; especially if it is something that must be done, she'll be sure to do it well. Athletic Association;
when she does
ARGYLL McCLUER FAIRFIELD, VA.
Alumna; Committee '23-'24-'25; Athletic Association; Argus Liteiary Society; Shenandoah Club. Y.
write to suit a king.
In fact she can do most anything.
With pencil and Must I tell you, Yes,
or can you think? Argyle McCluer.
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ELIZABETH McCLUER FAIRFIELD, VA.
"Beth" Y. W. C. A., Music Committee '23-"24, Rural Life Committee '24-'25; Athletic Association: Argus Literai-y Society; Shenandoah Valley Club, Vice-President 24-'25.
Beth has a smile you just can't forget. I saw it when first we met. if you saw it, you would have to smile too. Beth, with your smile you'll be sure to win through.
BONNIE McCOY MARTINSVILLE, VA.
"Bonnie" Progressive Educational Club; Athletic AsW. C. A.
considerate and dependable friend, that I should say she Bonnie. Like 'caching? is In teaching
Her "reatest happiness does. the first grade.
MARY PERRY McINTOSH ORANGE, VA.
"Mary Mac" Pi Alpha; I. K. U., Treasurer '24-'25; AthAssocietion; Y. W. C. A.
There are many girls that you don't even stop for a second glimpse of, but Mary Mac is one you want to see two, three, and many times. You know she must be attractive or else why is there always such a large group around her?
know when she has another Maiy Mac.
our "cutest'' left
us there'll never be
One Hundred and Twenty
EVA BEATRICE McKENNEY SOUTH NORFOLK,
Freshman Basketball Team; Varsity
Athletic Association; Y.
wonder who shoved that trunk in front of my door." Ask Eva, she s the source of all mischief on Whitehouse Hall. Jolly, vivacious, happy, and carefree; studious, attractive, and very athletic. All these adjectives and more are needed to describe her. If you don't know her, you have missed that which "T
only an introduction will accomplish.
MARY EDWARD McKINNEY CHASE
"Mary" Le Cercle Francais;
Ruffner Literai-y SoAthletic Association; Y. W. C. A. thank you, Westhampton, and if you have any more like Mary we'll be glad to have you send 'em right along on the N. & W., F. O. B. ciety;
MADELINE MONTAGUE McMURDO UNIVERSITY, VA.
"Ena" Pi Kappa Omega; Rotunda Staff, Assistant Editor '24-"25; Vice-President Class '24- '25; D.amatic Club; Property Manager '24-'25; Argus Literai7 Society; Y. W. C. A., Religious Meetings Committee '23-'24-'25; Athletic Association; Student Standards Committee '23-'24; Albemarle County Club; Le Cercle Francais; Student Senate. Stately and tall is Madeline With poise enough for any queen. Strong and wise as she is good, perfect type of womanhood.
Yet Ena has her fun as well. And those beneath her magic spell Of wit and joy, can surely tell Why "so and so and "do-funny fell. "
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SALLY ROANE McMURDO UNIVERSITY, VA.
"Chicha" G. A. L. S;. Student Standards Committee 24-'25; Glee Club; Argus Literary Society;
Le Cercle Francais, Secretaire '24-'25; Albemarle County Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. We've seen ye, pensive brush in hand. Ready to paint some stretch of land. Only a brush and daub of paint, And lo! ye've made some picture quaint.
good as well as wise, of heaven in woman's P!uise;
girl as little
Ye're shure a girl of sagasitee And I tell ye we'll be missing ye.
ELIZABETH BAGLEY MADDUX
BLACKSTONE, VA. "Teadie" Zeta Tau; Nottoway Club; G. A. Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
be This write-up is not Thank you! stereotyped "A sweet demure young lady came only to us. etc," but to introduce the one and Elizabeth Maddux of State Teachers College. She's a level-headed girl all right and as a teacher she's one of the hardest workers with proportionate success. to
JANIE ELIZABETH MARTIN CULLEN, VA. "Janie" Athletic Association; Y.
There are some people who are so attractive that when they are in your presence you are conscious of their personality. This is exactly the influence which Janie exerts, and we feel that we shall miss her jolly, good nature when she leaves S. T. C.
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CHRISTINE MASON RICE, VA.
"Teen" Prince Edward County Club; Athletic AssoY. W. C. A. We who know her couldn't get along without her, and say to those who have missed the opportunity of knowing her that a great privilege has been denied them. ciation;
ALMA MATTHEWS KENBRIDCE, VA.
"Alma" Progressive Educational Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Alma reflects her strong personality on all with whom she comes in contact. She laughs with the laugher, and sympathizes with the sorrowful.
ALMA ROSE MAYNARD PORTSMOUTH,
"Katrinka" "Alma" Ruffner Literary Society, Vice-President '24Sophomore Class Reporter '24-"25; Portsmouth Club, Treasurer '24-'25; MandolinGuitar Club; Y. W. C. A., Alumnae Committee '25;
Can you imagine Alma as a dignified schoolma'am? Her pep and wit which have added so much to our days at S. T. C. don't seem to
in with this picture.
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EVA LOUISE MAYS LYNCHBURG,
Club; Pierian Literai7 Association; Y. W. C. A.
Eva is just one of those "happy-go-lucky" She is that no one can help loving. always ready for fun or esthetic dancing in pageants you ask her. girls
THELMA LEE MICHAEL LAWRENCEVILLE, VA.
"Thelma" Brunswick Club;
Hunt the she's Thelma. whole school over and you'll not find another just like her. She believes there is a time for work and a time for play, but she sometimes Thelma
gets the times mixed.
DELANIA VARCOE MILAM RANDOLPH,
Spanish Club; Athletic Association; Y. C. A.
Laney, should have as another name, "Wit." all who know her will surely agre2 that is the wittiest girl in Garland Dormitory. Her motto is:
"Love no man, not even your brother, If girls must love, love one another."
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LORENA ESTELLE MILES NEW.OMS,
Southampton Club; S. S. S. Club; Glee Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. You've all heard the rhyme about the girl with Jie curl in the middle of her forehead. Well, this doesn't apply to Lorena for she never is bad. She is always smiling, the smile that comes from service rendered to her fellowstudents. No, they're never big, just little things, things as little as herself and as sweet and modest.
KATHERINE GARDNER MONTAGUE LYNCHBURG, VA. "Kitty"
Kappa Omega; Gamma Theta; Pi Alpha; D. L R. K.; Cotillion Club; Student Committee, Freshman Representative; Virginian, Pi
Alt Editor '24-'25; Argus Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Kitty, our artist, has certainly added beautiful touches to many phases of our college
How different our annual would be without her drawings; what would we do without her posters, and the many other beautiful things she makes for us? This is just one of her distinguishing characteristics, for she has many more just as delightful. life.
ELVIE BURNETTE ROANOKE,
"Elvie" Shall we ever forget her smile? Surely not! She has a smile that the multitudes envy. Witness Elvie and Marjorie, the two inseparables.
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SUE ELIZABETH MOSELEY LYNCHBURG, VA. " 'Liz"
Kindergarten Club; Campus League; Campbell County Club; Blue Ridge Club; Y. W. C. A., Conference and Convention Committee;
Argus Literary Society; Athletic Association. is going to be a teacher. Or something of that sort; But she is always fooling 'round
"Stead of studying as she aught. She's very fond of playing tricks, But she always plays them fair; And if smiles were worth a penny, Liz would be a millionaire.
MARY AGATHA MOUNT LYNCHBURG, VA.
"Mary" Dramatic Club; Aigus Literary Society; Freshman Basketball Team; Campbell County Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Heavens, what's Bang! Dash! Crash!
Mary you certainly bubbling over with mischief and she's forever keeping you guessing what she's going to do next, for from her inscrutable countenance you can never tell. good, for where you have
ANNIE HARRISON MURRAY DANVILLE, VA.
"Annie" present Miss Annie Murray, who is a creditable member of our class and one of the reasons why we dread the parting
caused by commencement.
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KATHLEEN GARNER MYERS FINCASTLE, VA.
'24-'25; Athletic Association;
Southwest Virginia Club; Y.
Progressive ing Watch Committee '24- '25; Educational Club. Keen is the kind of a girl who never tries to bluff her way, for she is enterprising, studious, and capable. She does not believe in wasting words unnecessarily, but when the occasion demands it she can certainly speak her mind.
"Mary" Pierian Literary Society, Athletic Association; Le Cercle Francais; Southwest Virginia Club; Y. W. C. A. Mary is jolly, happy-go-lucky and always ready for fun. Whenever there is a "spread" on Whitehouse Hall she is right there. Still she is serious as well as jolly, and studious as well as happy-go-lucky.
MRS. ELMA STOKES NEVILS ROWESVILLE,
"Mrs. Nevils" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Where else but in Mrs. Nevils could we She ever find such a charming personality? has come a great distance but has formed many friends at the end of the journey. wish you success and happiness in the future.
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LYNCHBURG, VA. "Ellis"
Delta Sigma Chi; Mu Omega; D. I. R. K.; N. B. B. O.; Glee Club; Cotillion Club; Cunningham Literary Society; L K. U.; Campbell County Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Every individual nature has its own beautv as truly as the proverb about the deepness of still water. Those who know Ellis could probably testify to it as the beauty of hers. Down in Ellis" "depths" lies a sense of humor and a sweet and loving nature.
ANNE THOMPSON OAKEY SALEM, VA.
"Anne Tom" Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; D. 1. R. K. Argus Literary Society; Roanoke Club; CoClub; Sophomore Basketball Team '25;
Athletic Association Y. W. C. A. One who will pass the test of friendship, s sport in athletics as well as other activities, a "Howdy-do" for everyone, accompanied with a smile here's to Anne Tom. ;
FLORENCE TAYLOR ODELL NORFOLK, VA. "Florence"
Athenian Literary Society; ciation; Y.
C. A. takes life
While she accomplish what she
seriously enough to sets out to do, she doesn't take it so seriously that she cannot enjoy all the fun that is coming her way.
One Hundred and Twenty-etght
MARY GLADYS PAINTER TAZEWELL, VA.
De-Ho-Ec Club; Southwest Virginia Club; Athletic Association; Y. If it's If
to gossip or
If it's a
dance in the gym call Gladys. go to Gilliam's call Gladys.
GLADYS ETHLEEN PARKER MONTVALE,
Hiking Club; Tennis Club; Athletic Association; If
we were asked
an example of the
would be hard to find anyone more attractive or capricious.
VIRGINIA CAROLINE PARKINSON WARRENTON,
Si£;ma Sigma Sigma; Mu Omega; D. R. K.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
real good friend, good to look at, a sport, plenty of pep! wouldn't
Caroline? Evidently many do from the number of hops she attends.
One Hundred and Twenly-nine
LUCY PARSONS YALE, VA.
"Lucy" Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; S. S. S. Club. Lucy and fun an inseparable. She believes in having a good time just so it doesn't interfere with her school work. If it had not been for Lucy some of us might have given up in despair long ago but so long as she is around
can't give up.
LUCY ESTELLE PARTRIDGE JARRATT, VA.
"Ludie" Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; S. S. S. Club; L K. U. We can't imagine our little curly-headed Ludie a dignified teacher at John Randolph
She looks but she is, and a successful one. very innocent when you tease her but from the number of letters she gets from Richmond as well as Jarratt we think it's rather serious. We wish her a most successful teaching career of a
FRANCES PAXTON ROANOKE,
"Frances" Delta Sigma Chi; Pi Alpha; Y. W. C. A.; I. K. U.; Roanoke Club. Frances came to us from Hollins, but has already made many friends here. And from the daily letters there appear to be friends or "a" friend elsewhere. We hope her stay has been so pleasant that she will come back for her degree. Athletic Association;
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VIRGINIA LUCILLE PETERS FRANKLIN, VA. " 'Cile"
Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. 'Cile is always "up in the air" over something. She laughs a great deal and talks a In fact, there's no telling great deal more. when she's going to stop once she ets started. look upon her as a valuable possession and would feel that we were missing a lot without her contagious laugh.
MARY LINN PETTY ROANOKE,
"Mary Linn" Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; Vice-President Y. W. C. A., Music Committee '23-'24; Pan-Hellenic Representative; Argus Literary Society; Cotillion Club; Roanoke Club; Athletic Association; D. I. R. K. If we had a track team Mary Linn would be a fit aspirant, for she has been trained on the Y. W. track. Every time you see her she is rushing wildly around with about a dozen things to do. She always seems to get them done. But in the twinkling of an eye she has acquired a new list and off she goes again.
GLADYS THEODORA PHILLIPS WACHAPREACUE,
"Gladys" Eastern Shore Club; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. True to herself and to her friends and to her duty, that's Gladys.
makes her the
most loyal Farmvillite, the most willing helper, and the best little pal we know.
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LUCY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS BELLE HAVEN, VA.
"Lucy" Eastern Shore Club; De-Ho-Ec Club; AthAssociation; Y. W. C. A.
Here's to Lucy, kind and true. Who has been our friend. May good luck e'er follow you And pleasure without end.
ANNIE IRENE PIGGOTT PURCELLVILLE, VA.
"Irene" "Pig" Hiking Club;
Y. 'W. C. A.
remember Pig by her curly locks and her never ending smile. Her motto is "Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow," yet when tomorrow comes it's the same old story. shall always
VIRGIE BLANCHE POLLOCK WHITMELL, VA. "Virgie" Y.
Glee Club; W. C. A.
K. U.; Athletic Association;
Virgie may have her faults but S. T. C. has never found them, and we almost envy the children whom she will teach. We may see a frown on her face but don't worry, for a smile will soon take its place.
One Hundred and Thirty-two
LAURA MARGARET PORTLOCK NORFOLK, VA.
"Peg" Pi Alpha; Cotillion Club; Pierian Literary Society; Student Senate '24-'25; L K. U.; Y. W. C. A. Think of Peg you think of peals of laughter for indeed those two go hand in -hand. Oh, Peggy, please dance the first dance with me! For isn't that the argument all the way up to the gym every night? Who wouldn't get a thrill out of "struttin" with Peg? We are evidently not the only ones who receive a thrill when dancing with her, for it's not unusual to see her pack her bag, and off she goes for the week-end.
STELLA GLADYS PRESSON WAKEFIELD, VA. "Stella"
Morning Watch Committee Club,
Club, Secretary '24-'25; Athletic Association; Athenian Literary Society. "She's jolly, sincere and true. And a friend to all of you."
Always happy, always kind, always eager to aid anyone, so we find her in school life. She is a good student and witty companion, but best of all, always a friend.
RUBY PEARL PRfCE FARMVILLE, VA.
"Ruby" Athletic Association; Y.
without those people who are so quiet, yet so essentially a part of our college? Ruby is one of these and we hate to think of the time when her place must be filled by another.
What would we do
One Hundred and Thiny.ihr,
MILDRED MARIA RAGSDALE DE WITT, VA. "Milly" C. A., Publicity Committee '23-'24Dinwiddie Society; Literary Pierian County Club, President '24-'25; Glee Club; Athletic Association. Milly is a friend to every one, happy, goodnatured, and never dull; sincere and true in She is a math shark, and a all she does. wizard on breadless dinners, just ask her supervisors and sister teachers.
MRS. EVELINA GRACE RANSON FABMVILLE, VA.
"Grace" Athletic Association;
for she is one who does not like to attract attention, but pursues The longer you quietly. course her thoughtful know her the more you find in her to admire.
Not many know Grace,
INDIA ELIZABETH RAWLINGS JARRATT, VA. "India" S. S. S.
Club; Athletic Association; Y. W.
The name of "India" brings to our minds a strong whiff of the East and subtleness. This She has isn't true of "our" India, however. none of the mysterious in her make-up, but an abundance of
One Hundred and
PAULINE WELLS REVERCOMB COVINGTON, VA. "Pauline"
Mandolin-Guitar Club, Secretary-Treasurer Athenian Literary Society; Orchestra; Sensational Syncopators; L K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. '24-'25;
In Pauline tractive
not only a lovable,
but one who is very talented. and her mandolin have entertained
us many, many times in different activities of She has been a strong "prop" in the school. the Sensational Syncopators.
LOUISE MARSHALL RICHARDSON FARMVILLE, VA.
D. I. R. K.; Prince Edward Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
"For if she on it.
you may depend
she won't, she won't, so there's an end
NORFOLK, VA. "Bessie
Gamma Theta; Mu Omega; N. B. B. O.; G. A. L. S.; Argus Literary Society; Reporter Freshman Class '23-'24; Y. W. C. A., Service Committee '23-'24; Athletic Association; Student Senate. I heard a big noise coming down the Hall. Doors were flung open and closed again, and the girls reported to their roommates, "Its just Bessie Meade!" Although she is a bit noisy she has a brilliant brain, a clever tongue and pep enough to keep them both going at once.
One Hundred and
Athletic Association; Glee Club; Club, Vice-President; Y. W. C. A.
hope that some day she may obtain her
desira of being a successful teacher, rest of her days in Emporia.
and spend the
ANNIE LAURIE RIVES MC KENNEY,
"Annie Laurie" Pierian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Membership Committee; Athletic Association; Dinwiddie County Club.
Annie Laurie is a jolly, good girl. She believes that there is a time for work and a time for play and though she conscientiously does her work, as her records show, she loves Success has been yours to have a good time. thus far and we are sure it will continue!
HELEN GOULD ROBERTS FABER, VA.
"Helen" Athletic Association; Blue Ridge Club, Secretai7 and Treasurer "24-25; Spanish Society. '23-24; Progressive President Educational .Club; Y. W. C. A.
Helen is jolly, Helen is gay. Always smiling. Along her way.
One Hundred and
DOROTHY RUTH ROBERTSON DRY FORK,
"Ruth" Athletic Association; Y.
The merry twinkle which never ceases to gleam from Ruth's kind eyes, is a beckon for us to turn to her if we are in need of sympathy.
MIRIAM MONTGOMERY ROBINSON PORTSMOUTH,
Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Literary Society; Service Committee
The word "adorable" was especially coined baby talk and hazel eyes; do you wonder? But, truly her grades would be a credit to any boring bookworm, who studied every minute.
for Miriam, with her
MARGARET ALICE RODEFFER LOVETTSVILLE, VA.
"Peggy" Hiking Club;
La Cercle Francais; Fresh-
man Basketball Team; W. C. A.
Peggy with her brown eyes we
can't help but get the impression that gayety No time is wasted when is her soul's breath. she talks, for she seems to think life is too
short to be lost in speech.
One Hundred and
LYDIA PEARL ROGERS APPOMATTOX, VA. "Lydia"
De-Ho-Ec Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
"The same yesterday, today, and
combination of good sportsmanship, sweetand good nature!
ness, intellect, sincerity,
SADIE McNESS ROGERS BOYDTON, VA. "Sadie" Athletic Association; Y.
When all good things have been said and done, no one can bring the charge that anything was too good to say of or do for Sadie.
SUE ELEANOR ROPER PORTSMOUTH,
Chairman Publicity Committee
Student Government Committee '23Treasurer Freshman Class; Athenian Literary Society; Portsmouth Club; Athletic '24-'25; '24-'25;
"Has the last bell rung?" "I just did get Sue has a chronic case of sleepiness. However, there seems to be magic in her dreams, for she is very active when once up. especially when it comes to Y. W. and Student Government work.
Hiw,lr,;l ,„ul Tliuty-elelit
LOUISE ROTHROCK MOUNT
"Louise" Athletic Association; El Circulo Espanol; Carolina Club; Blue Ridge Club; Y. W. C. A. To know her as a friend is to know a wealth of qualities which endear her to us. We can depend on her, we can confide in her, and we can count on her to support college activities. She has pep, she has poise, plus just enough devilment to add a delicious flavor.
CORINNE ELIZABETH RUCKER LYNCHBURG,
"Corinne" Athletic Association;
County Club; Y. W. C.
Glee Club; Campbell A., Ruffner Literary
Always happy, always gay. She trips along life's rugged way. Loyal-hearted, strong in mind, A truer friend you'll never find.
ELIZABETH RUCKER MONETA,
"Elizabeth" Athletic Association; College Club; Virginia League; Traveler's Club; Hiking Student Volunteer Group; Jefferson Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. Elizabeth is a kind and conscientious stuShe dent and therefore has many friends. has a way of impressing her teachers. Elizabeth is as true a pal as can be found and we're wishing her the best o' luck.
Hun.ire.l ,w,l Thii
MARGARET CLARK RUCKER DARLINGTON HEIGHTS,
Prince Edward Club; Athletic Association; W. C. A.
Margaret is jolly, Margaret is gay, Always smiling along her way.
MARY FRANCES SADLER WILMINGTON, VA. "Frances" Progressive Educational Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Argus Literary Society; L K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
bookworm and how to study.
She is not a real student. doesn't "cram," but she knows It is seldom that a question
She is full of originality and independence combined with a kind and tolerant
passes her. nature.
FRANCES COCHRON SALE LEXINGTON, VA.
"Frances" Delta Sigma Chi; Mu Omega; D. L R. K.; D. B. L K. U., President; Athletic Association; Student Committee, Freshman Representative; Argus Literary Society, Secretary '24; Dramatic Club, Secretai-y and Treasurer '24-'25; Shenandoah Valley Club, President; Rotunda Staff, Assistant Circulation Manager; Y. W. C. A. ;
Hannah fame. she plays.
our little Betty of Friend But she isn't the little quaker
infectious laugh and rare wit. We will a'l weep when she picks up her "suitcase" and leaves.
One Hundred and Forty
BERTHA SALSBURY NORFOLK, VA. "Bertha" Athletic Association; Jefferson Literary Society.
Bertha gives the lie to the old adage, about red-headed persons. She has such a remarkable abundance of good-nature that we are almost tempted to believe that hair of that dangerous shade exudes, instead of warmth of temper, warmth of heart.
ANNIE ELIZABETH SANDERS WHITE STONE,
C. A., Morning Watch Committee Athletic Association; Le Cercle Fran-
You will always find her sailing among the clouds accompanying "Moon, Moon" or down on earth devouring a "chocolate stir." "With such a sport and such a friend I fain would walk nil journey's end."
ALDINE MARIE SCOTT FRANKLIN, VA. "Aldine" Jefferson Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W.
actions crown themselves with lasting joys; well deserves needs not another's praise."
One Hundred and Forty *•''"'
FRANCES EPPES SCOTT BLACKSTONE, VA. "Frances" Y.
World Fellowship Committee Nottoway County Club; Hiking Club; C. A.,
A curly head, a happy little giggle, and "pep" galore that's Frances. She divides her interest between S. T. C. and Kentucky. As she embarks on the Sea of Chance, may Dame Fortune follow her always, but never her daughter Miss Fortune.
NORA PAGE SEAY SHORES, VA.
Red, bobbed hair and a line like a ton sounds like a flapper, eh? Well, you'll have
Page has a way all her own and also getting what she wants, which is very different from a flapper more like the "clinging vine." to
for getting at your heart
MABEL CROMWELL SEWARD ELBERON, VA.
"Mabel" Athletic Association; Y.
C. A,; S. S. S.
Club; Glee Club. "Just being happy is a fine thing to do. Looking on the bright side rather than the blue."
One Hundrnl and Fnrly-lwo
MILDRED LEE SHIELDS DRY FORK, VA.
C. A.; Athletic Association. unruffled she is, but with a calmness that makes one love her, and her dignity Is she a" manis the kind that one admires. hater? Well if so why the daily letter from
DOROTHY VIRGINIA SHOFFNER ROANOKE,
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pi Alpha; Dramatic Cunningham Literary Society; RedHeaded Club; D. I. R. K.; Athletic Association; Roanoke Club; Y. W. C. A. Club;
"She had a peculiar effect
talent of producing whatever she said or did."
HELEN BALLON SIMPSON PIERIAN SPRINGS, VA.
"Helen" Athletic Association; H. B. F.; Y.
find a real live girl
and ever ready for a joke you will not have to go far if Helen is near. She has her deep and serious moments, too, which only add to her attractiveness.
On.. Hiin,he,l I
and Forty. Ihrep
ANNIE LAURIE SMITH ALTAVISTA, VA.
Campbell County Club; Progressive EducaClub; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Associa-
tion; Jefferson Literary Society; Travelers Club; Junior Auxiliary.
"Let the world slide, let the world go, A fig for care and a fig for woe."
We would not call her a bookworm, neither would we accuse her of brilliancy, yet she is always prepared to hold her own.
ELLEN HARRIET SMITH FARMVILLE, VA. "Ellen"
W. C. A.; Edward County Y.
Ellen has been working hard this year and it. The question in our minds is: is she going to Randolph-Macon when S. T. C. would be glad to have her for two more years?
MARGARET ELIZABETH SMITH WINCHESTER, VA.
more Basketball Team; Argus Literary Society; De-Ho-Ec Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. In Margaret we find a rare combination: endless pep, enthusiasm, and vivacity coupled with excellent intellectual ability. You can always depend upon Margaret to do her part by a friend. Her frankness, sincerity and honesty are characteristics that we who know her well admire most in her. Judging from her record at S. T. C. we can but predict for her a brilliant career.
One Hundred and Forty-four
PATTIE MAE SMITH SOUTH NORFOLK,
"Pat" Athletic Association; Glee Club; W. C. A. '24-'25.
Winning and popular, laughing and gay, Pat goes along in the happiest way; Of wit and wisdom she's filled to the brim With a practical mixture of vigor and vim.
RUTH SNELL PORTSMOUTH,
ciety; Athletic Association; Y.
Literary SoC. A.; Phi
Alpha of Bohemian Club.
To those who are privileged to know her intimately, Ruth is a loyal friend. An earnest, diligent, receptive student, she takes things calmly and promises to be one of those rare souls who pass through life untroubled.
SARA ANN SNOW CLOVER, VA.
Le Cercle Francais; Travelers
Club; Athletic Association. Who would not desire such a friend as Sara? She is an ideal girl, ever sincere, helpful and true. We know that her voyage on the sea of life will be one of joy and success.
One Hundred and Faru-Avc
DORIS GARNETT SPEIGHT CHARLESTON,
"Doris" Athletic Association; Y. Literaiy Society.
C. A.; Ruffner
find literai-y talent
no doubt win for her a great name in the world some time in the near future.
STELLA LEIGH SPENCER CREWE, VA. "Etloe" Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Nottoway Club; Secretary '24-'25; Ruffner Literary Society.
Here's another prospective "schoolma'am"
be a good one, too. Stella is one most promising of our crop of Sopho-
VIRGINIA CLARICE SPENCER NEWPORT NEWS,
Newport News Club; Athletic Association; Y.
Light bobbed hair, plus bewitching blue eyes, a graceful figure, and a bright winsome
One Hundred and Forty-six
SARA SPIERS FENTRESS, VA.
W. C. A. Sara pursues her work with a vim and happy smile which radiates to every individual with whom she comes in contact. She has a decided liking for cats and prefers single blessedness to married bliss. Athletic Association: Y.
DOROTHY LUCILLE SQUIRES WHITE STONE,
C. A.; Athletic Association.
When we are homesick or blue we go to Dot and with her "uke" she drives our blues away. She's a girl who fits into all moods.
MARGARET LEWIS STEARNES SALEM, VA.
"Peggy Lou" Pi Alpha; Sophomore Class Cheer Leader '24- '25; Y. W. C. A., Music Committee '24-'25; Glee Club; Orchestra; Roanoke Club; Argus Literary Society;
Shure ye have the personality. Just such a little winning way with you. That though ye've been here only a year
fine if ye'd stay two.
One Huniired and Forly-seven
MARIETTA SUGG GREENVILLE, N.
0. S.; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A., Music Committee; Orchestra; Athletic Asso-
"Where ya' going, Marietta? To Gilliam's? Just what I thought!" Gee! What would Mr. Gilliam do for a living if it weren't for Marietta's "dainty" appetite? But there's one thing we can say for the old girl no matter what she eats or how much, she's still the same sweet Marietta.
FRANCES ALVENIA SYDNOR CREWE, VA.
Nottoway Club; Athletic Association. "Gay, Temperance and Repose Slam the door on the doctor's nose."
So runs the old German axiom, and because of her capacity for happiness, self-control and composure, we have no qualms about Frances' well-being.
LELA DUNAWAY TAYLOR TAFT, VA.
"Lela" Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Le Cercle Francais.
Though she is quiet it does not express an absence of thought, for with it is a sincere depth of character.
One Hundred and Fony-eight
LOLA ADELAIDE TAYLOR CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. "Lola"
Albemarle Club; Hiking Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. A. Lola is quiet, but oh, so nice. She does not talk often but when she does her conversation is interesting. Lola is a trifle old-fashioned in her ways and very practical.
OLIVE MILES TAYLOR MEREDITHVILLE, VA. "Polly"
Freshman Basketball Team; Brunswick Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Here comes Polly! Wonder what she is up now. Happy is she when she can play a nice little joke on someone, such as making the Freshmen throw laundry over the rotunda on a "date night," or almost anything that to
pops into her mind.
AGNES JOHNSON TEEL CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
"Ag" Delta Sigma Chi; Pi Alpha; Pan-Hellenic, Vice-President '24- '25; Athletic Association; Argus Literary Society; I. K. U.; Cotillion Club; Albemarle County Club; Secretary and Treasurer; Y. W. C. A. "Where's Ag?" is always the question when a good time is wanted, for Ag radiates fun and happiness. That's not all; for to whom do we go to share our sorrows, to tell our secrets to? Acquaintances are many, but friends are rare, and Agnes is one of the rarest.
One Hundred and Forty-nine
MARION OLIVIA THOMAS CUMBERLAND, VA. "Marian" Athletic Association; Y.
Curly hair and brown eyes!
description of her heroine. However, they are only two of Marian's phywouldn't want the task attributes. sical of listing all the others. like
OLA ELIZABETH THOMAS "Ola" Pierian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A., Bible '23-'24; Service Committee '24-'25; Rotunda Staff, Typist; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Ola, are you a Russian Princess in disguise? those slender arched eyebrows and
demure dark locks bespeak something very interesting and different. Ah! but you'll never know, for Ola is modeot, as well as mysteriously interesting.
BERTA THOMPSON WHITTLES DEPOT,
Y. W. C. A., World Fellowship Committee; Athletic Association; Progressive Educational Club.
A character strong and rpa''y to battle against life's temptations describes Berta. She delights in doing little thoughtful things for others and her sympathetic interest one always feels and remembers. She is a friend to everyone, and her motto is "Others."
One Hunired and Fifty
EVELYN VIRGINIA THOMPSON LEXINGTON, VA.
"Evelyn" Y. W. C. A., Finance Committee '24-"25; Student Senate; Mandolin-Guitar Club, President '24-'25; Shenandoah Valley Club, Secretary and Treasurer '24- "25; Ruffner Literary Society, Corresponding Secretary '24-'2S; El Circulo Espanol; Athletic Association.
Hark! Listen to those strains of the guitar. Oh! yes, it's that wandering minstrel, Evelyn. For the strings of a guitar respond to the magic of her touch, as tl.ey do for no one else. This, however, is only one of her accomplishments. As a school-ma'am of Latin,' well, she'd make Virgil green with envy.
RUTH REBECCA TINSLEY EVINCTON, VA.
Le Cercle Francais; Campbell County Club;
Athletic Association; Y.
"Sweet and pretty" suits her well. She's very quiet and modest but she's quite jolly when you know her.
ELIZABETH PAMPLIN TRENT APPOMATTOX,
Ruffner Literary Society; Athletic AssociaAppomattox Club. Secretary '23-'24; W. C. A.
"We have with us Miss Elizabeth Pamplin Trent, as fine a young lady as the Sophomore Class can boast, and that is saying a great deal.
One Hundrtd mid fi/lyune
KATHERINE ELIZABETH TROWER NORFOLK, VA. "Kat" Athletic Association; Y.
Katheiine is so quiet that she seldom divulges her thoughts. She shines, however, in the ranks of those who speak seldom and say
ELIZABETH TRUITT BIRD3 NE.T, VA.
Eastern Shore Club; Athletic Association; Progressive Educational Club; Y. W. C. A. Truitt always "gets" what she goes after. Even though she doesn't get up until the breakfast bell rings, she is never late.
MARGARET BETHLYN TURPIN LYNCHBURG, VA. "Margaret" Student Committee; Campbell County Club, Vice-President; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Her heart is filled with the joy of life; Her eyes are filled with the sunbeams. Her mind is filled with the will to do.
are glad to call her "friend."
One Hundred and Fi/ly-lwo
MARY FACKLER TYLER WINCHESTER, VA.
"Mary" Zela Tau; Pierian Literary Society; L K. U.; Shenandoah Valley Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Behold one of our blondes, Mai7 Tyler, she just can't fail to meet your certain approval. Favored with a winning personality, she has already won our friendship and our trust. Be yourself, Mary, be yourself, and you'll succeed.
MARGARET TONE VADEN CAPEVILLE, VA.
"MaTgaret" Athenian Literaiy Society; Eastern Shore Club; L K. U.; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
We have always had a feeling that teachers seemed most suitable to teach children. Margaret certainly meets the requirement and, also, all others for a teacher and a splendid girl.
VIRGINIA MITCHELL VAN PELT RICHMOND, VA. "Virginia" Athletic Association; Mandolin-Guitar Club: W. C. A. Virginia has a Jonah and it's histoiy. It's the wish of both herself and her friends that the whale will swallow Jonah and keep him swallowed for aye. But with all this she finds tirne for gayety.
One Hundred and Fiity-lhree
ESTELLE VAUGHAN FARMVILLE, VA. "Estetle"
lady has big
rolls them."" Is that all?
brown eyes and "she No, she has
thereby. Estelle's cheerful disposition ever manifests itself through her optimistic attitude toward life. her smiles and
MARGARET ELIZABETH VAUGHAN ALTAVISTA, VA.
Campbell County Club; tion; Y.
Who is any jollier or peppier than MarShe is always ready with something garet? such to say and that "something" is usually that will "spread joy" and make you laugh.
MARGARET ELIZABETH WALKER PUNGOTEAGUE, VA. Eastern Shore Club; Blue Ridge Club; AthAssociation; Y. W. C. A.
Behold the young lady who takes only one hour to fix her hair and another half to pat it! No one can ever accuse her of being lazy Why? Because she spends all her time tiding out-talk Dr. Turner, and to know more to about Civics than Mr. Forman.
MARY DOUGLASS WALKER UTICA, N. Y.
"Mary Doug" Delta Sigma Chi; Mu Omega; L K. U.; Literary Society; Athletic AssociaStudent Senate; Y. W. C. A. Yes, that's Mary Doug. Just ask her a question and you'll soon know from what state she's come. You can't mistake that Yankee drawl. Oh, no, she doesn't get a daily letter but those that do come seem to be very much enjoyed.
MARGARET RENA WALLACE NORFOLK, VA. "Margaret" Y.
Chairmen Alumnae Committee
We admire Margaret for her cheerfulness and sympathy; we love her for her thoughtful consideration of others. She possesses a sense of humor, which is combined with ready wit, and a refreshing frankness. This all goes to make up that most delightful personality, we call
"Chick" " 'Cile" Amherst Club;
Ruflfner Literary Society; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. The Home Economics Department boasts some very fine members and Lucille is among
ELIZABETH EIFERT WATKINS FARMVILLE, VA. "Lizzy"
Zeta Tau; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Here comes our athlete! Yes, the Athletic Council awarded Lizzy the loving cup for
making the highest number
had many other
of points in Field Aside from this she year. attributes, among them that
of being a splendid dancer.
ELIZABETH WATTERS NORFOLK, VA. "Elizabeth" Y.
A., Conference '24-'25; Athletic
and Convention Association;
Blue Ridge Club, President '24-'25;
Hiking Club. willing heart, a helping hand Always ready on demand."
not only is she ready, but you that she is not going back on you.
MOLLIE ASKEW WEBB PLEASANT SHADE, VA. "Pat"
Emporia Club; Glee Club; Athletic Asso-
C. A. Imagine Mollie getting ruffled at anything! She is one of those easy-going girls whom we seldom see. With her nuiet, gentle ways she is always making friends, and she's on the spot whenever a "fellow needs a friend." ciation; Y.
One Hundred and
MARJORIE ELIZABETH WEBBER ROANOKE,
"Marjie"' Athletic Association; Atlienian Literary So ~ ~ ~ Roanoke Club; Y. W. C. A.
someone should speak ill of the Then Marjie would disagree.
And say, "Well, he may not be so bad. You must give him a chance, you see." Marjie is blessed in many things But in one thing more than the She has the happy faculty
LEAH ELIZABETH WEISEL NORFOLK,
"Leah" I. K. U.; Athletic Association. A wide and spreading, sunny disposition is Leah's only true umbrella in any vale of tears.
ROSALIE BENDETT WEISS PORTSMOUTH,
Rotunda Staff, News Editor '24- '25; Jefferson Literary Society, Treasurer '24-"25; Portsmouth Club; Athletic Association. It seems very odd for those who know Rosalie to reconcile themselves to the quietude and sedateness of her pictured face. With her hair parted in the middle her face assumes a cherubic look, very unlike her usual animated, vivacious expression. To hei is due all the news published in our Rotunda, and to her alertness and clearsightedness we all pay respect.
One Hundred and
KATHERINE NELSON WELLER NORFOLK,
Dramatic Club; Kindergarten Club; Pierian Literai-y Society;
C. A.; Athletic Asso-
ciation. If ever you happen to see a modern edition of Mother Goose wandering about with her seventeen youthful followers trailing behind, rest assured that it is Kit Weller with a large portion of the training schoo'. The above mentioned young lady is quite a versatile creature, being efficient in anythinf from pacifying one of her small coterie to airily "flitting like a feather" in Grecian costume.
MARY LOUISE WELLS RAWLINGS, VA. "Louise" Athletic Association; Brunswick Club; Ho-Ec Club; Y. W. C. A.
comes on the campus, for she
Louise of those
rare old-fashioned girls.
DOROTHY MARTHA WHEELER CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
Club; Athletic Association; Y.
Usually when you see Dot you see Albertine, and from that you would judge that Dot is a real friend, and she is. She does more than her share of thinking up the "gang's mischief" and helps "while away the weai7 hours." Why say anything about her class room success? Her picture in the annual gives mute testimony to that fact.
FRANCES EUGENIA WHITE AMHERST, VA. "Fritz" Athletic Association; De-Ho-Ec Club; Amherst Club, President; Ruffner Literai-y Society; Y. W. C. A. Those little smiles and cheery words that Frances has scattered abroad at S. T. C. have done much to endear her to us all.
ORLINE WILSON WHITE MC KENNEY,
'23-'24; Varsity Basketball
Captain '23-'24; Athletic Association; Sophomore Squad '24-'25; Athletic Council "24-'25;
Arsus Literary Society. Why? Because Everybody likes Orline. she is just Orline. There is not a better all a star in athShe is round girl in school. letics and can be counted o.i for her heartiest activities. She is always support of all school Pep. in for a good time and loves to dance. are dependability school spirit, sincerity, and the qualities that one finds in her.
EMILY SUE WHITMORE BLACKSTONE, VA. "Emily" Dinwiddie Club; Athletic Association; Sensational Syncopators, Treasurer '24-'25; Y. W. C. A. She is filled to the brim with music, and is a wizard at the piano. Whenever Emily enters the gym there is always a great applause. She is one uf the Sensational Syncopators, not only in the orchestra but at all times.
One Hundred and Flflr
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ALICE VERA WILKINS DANVILLE, VA.
Cunningham Literaiy Society; Glee Club; Progressive Educational Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. "It is better to be small and shine than to be great and cast a shadow."
VIRGINIA ELINOR WILKINS LYNCHBURG, VA. "Elinor"
Glee Club; Athletic Association; ProgresEducational Club; Campbell County Club; Y. W. C. A. Those who know Elinor well, know just how romantic she is. In her more serious moods she possesses great ability, especially in music and poetry which are fit accompaniments for her disposition.
MARTHA REBECCA WILKINSON MC KENNEY,
"Martha" Glee Club; Pierian Literary Society; Y. W. Committee '23-'24; Dinwiddle '24-'25; Ath-
C. A., Publicity
Club; De-Ho-Ec Club, Treasurer letic Association.
Martha is a conscientious worker, but still, she never gets too busy to visit the Drug Store each afternoon. We wonder why?
One Hundred and Sixty
ELIZABETH JULIA WILLIAMS CLOVER, VA. "Elizabeth," "Liz" Athletic Association; Y.
Who is Elizabeth? I don't know Elizabeth but Liz is the girl who always pulls As and B's but never knows a thing about any lesson she has to attend during the day. Liz always greets everyone with a winning smile and if you're ever in trouble, and find her, your troubles will soon vanish.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH WILSON WYTHEVILLE, VA. "Virginia"
Ruffner Literary Society; Southwest Virginia Club; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
She is known more especially for her sweet smile which often breaks into "spasmodic fits" of laughter, easily heard throughout the halls of "Tacky Alley."
MARY JOHNSON WINGFIELD BEDFORD, VA.
"Mary" De-Ho-Ec Club; Y.
not aspire to high offices or to
shine as the brightest. Her most admirable trait is to be true to those to whom she would be a sincere friend.
One Hundred and Sixly-one
NANCY ELIZABETH WINGO FARMVILLE, VA. "Elizabeth," "Scibby" Athletic Association; Glee Club; I. K. U.. Secretary and Treasurer; Y. W. C. A.
Scibby is a good student, and is very effiin playing the piano, but instead of being proud of these and her many other accomplishments, she is exceedingly modest. cient
MARY CLOPTON WOMACK FARMVILLE, VA.
"Mcay" Ruffner Literary Society; Cumberland County Club, Secretary '23-'24; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
We are willing and glad to admit that we know Mary. She is the kind of girl that it is a pleasure to meet, an ever increasing joy to know, and a source of deep regret to part with. Mary believes that there is a time for work and a time for play and she knows how to do both very well.
FRANCES ARUNDLE YOUNG CREWE, VA.
"Tody" Ahletic Association; Ruffner Literary Society, Secretary '24-'25; Nottoway Club; Y. W. C. A.
Behold! Here is Tody. Don't all of vou speak at once. Yes, she is very quiet and reserved with some, but happy, laughing, funloving, characterize Tody.
Hundred and Sixty-two ciiiiiiiiiiiiic:
One Hundred and Si-ty-three
MISS CARRIE SPRADLIN Honorary Member
One Hundred and Sixty-four
JTresJaman v^Iass Motto "!Fe light our candles by their torches"
Flower Red Poppy
Color Red and White Officers
Treasurer Athletic Representative
Marion Chewning Amanda Gray Evelyn Dulaney ...Eleanor Zacharias
One Hundred and
One Hundred and
Fresii man Eleanor Fletcher Maud Fletcher Mildred Folston Ethel Forehand
Alyce Pace Adams Lillian Addington Mary Frances Allen Ruth Allen
Eloise Chappell Marion Chewning
Mildred Amory Clara Anthony
Maude Clark Mary Claude
Doris Foulkes Grace Fawlkes Louise Freeman Alice Frood
Elizabeth Armfield Vivian Aaron Jane Atkins Nellie Avis
Ellen Babb Harriett Bacon
Mary Elizabeth Bacley Olive Baker
Mary Banks Mildred Barker Myron Barnes Vera Barnes Mable Barret Bertha Beasley Elizabeth Bell Evelyn Bell Margaret Bennett Marjorie Bersch
Billups Claire Black
Mary Black Mary Alice Blanton
Ann Chiles Alma Clark
Virginia Clements Alice Cobb Mary Edith Cobb
Sara Gertrude Cobb Elizabeth Cocks
Helen Cohen Nancy Cole LoNA Coleman Lucille Coleman Mary Coleman Mercedese Consolvo Bessie
Angeline Coston Louise Costen A. Elizabeth
Katherine Crowder Nettie Crowder Jo Culin Ada Cunningham
Mollie Blanton Frances Lee Balton Harriett Booker
Louisa Currie Eleanor Currin Mabel Cutts Beulah Daniel
Nancy Dashiell Helen Davidson
Bertha Bradshaw Esma Bradshaw Lois Bramlett Louise Branch Lena Branch Marion Briggs Frances Brightvpell Lois Brinkley Fannie Rowe Brown
Minna Brown Mary Elizabeth Bruner Louise Bunn Josephine Burger Virginia Burgess Adelia Burrow Nellie Butler Nellie Callahan Mae Hill Carleton Bessie Carter Elizabeth Carter Katherine Carter Laila Carter Mary Carter Sarah Carter Nellie Chambers Dorcas Chaney Altie Chapel
Thelma Deaton Mary Digg^ Margaret Draper Elva Drummond Helen Dudley Evelyn Dulaney Mattie Duling Harriett Dunn
Doris Gibson Virginia Gill Sallie Kate Gilliam Louise Glass Ida
Mary Glenn Mattie Glenn Emma Glover Elizabeth Gordon Virginia Graves
Amanda Gray Green
Willie Griffin Sara Gwaltney Genevieve Haile
Virginia Hall Helen Hall Mary Grace Hall S. Virginia Hall Louise Hamilton Lucy Hanbury LiLLA Hancock Marguerite Hardy Ella Harper Ada Harrell
Mary Harrell Josephine Harris
Flora Edwards Mildred F. Edwards Mildred S. Edwards Gwendolyn Edye Alma Elder Marie Eley Louise Elliott Virginia Ellis
Mamie Estes Louise Fairchild Farmer
Thelma Fenwick Dora Mae Fisher
Ethel Fisher Marian Fitchett
Helen Hart Minnie Hart Virginia Harvey
Alida Dunton Lillian East
Bernice Garris Elizabeth Gee
Ruth Gettle Dorothy Gibbons
Josephine Head Virginia Herbert
Emma Hester Pansy Hill BVRDE HiLLSMAN Helen Elizabeth Hodges Helen Elmo Hodges Genevieve Holladay Nancy Holt Gladys Hubbard Dorothy Hudson Chestor Hufton Gertrude Hughes Brooke Hughes Elizabeth Hutt
One Hundred and
jr reslkmaii Jtvoii
Edith Jenkins Helen Jennings Lillian Jennings
Amelia Johnson Mary Johnson Beulah Jones Cora J. Jones Cora L. Jones Emily Jones Frances Jones Grace Jones Ida Jones Mary Jones Margaret Jones Mary Kelly Margaret Keyser Elizabeth Kidd
Ola Mae Kidwell
Mary Kirkland Alice Kittrell Frances Kline Bessie Knight Gladys Lackey
Mary Landon Kathryn Landrum Mary Lawrence Bettie Le Cato Louise Levi Mary Lewis
Margaret Lifsey Geneva Lionbercer
Verna Morton Ellen Moles Dorothy Myers Berta Newell Jacqueline Noel Virginia Noel Farrall Olgers Marie Orgain Mary LouitA Owenj Greenhow Parker
Partlow Frances Paxton Isabel Payne Evelyn Peak F.
Rosalind Perry Virginia Perkins Mary Frances Perkin;on Fannie Perrow Margaret Petty
Ruth Phillips Dorothy Pierce Gladys Poe Marian Pollard Sarah Pollard LouifE Pond Ethel Porter
Mary Porterfield Otelia Powell
Esther Love Eva Lowe Maxine LncAs Aileen McClenny
Rose Hope Powell Mabel Powers Mary James Pulliam Anna Puryear Elia Putney Mittie Quarles
Estaline McClung Louise McCormick
Margaret McCoy Rosa Lee Maddux
Maywood Mapp Louise Marsh Ruth Marsh Mary Marshall Elizabeth Martin Viola Martin
Mason Dorothy Mattox Lee Meade Mary Elsie B.
Caroline Meredith Bertha Lee Minix Elizabeth Minton Jean Mitchell Catherine Moffett Carol Mom Edith Virginia Moore Louise Moore
Hannah Virginia Moore Tean Moore Nannie Moore Frances Morgan
One Hundred and
Constance Morgan Virginia H. Morris Virginia Louise Morris
Ralph Rawls Raymond
Alice Reid Kitty Reid Hilda Renfrow Margaret Reveley Mary Elizabeth Rice Adrienne Richards Ruth G. Richardson
Geneva Rickman Acnes Riddick Willie Riddick Polly Riddle
Kathleen Robinson Margaret Robinson Catherine Ryland Hazel Saunders Lillian Savedge
Annie Scarborough Anna Scott
Helen Shields Dorothy Smith Mary Smith Pauline Smith
Ruth Snellings Frances Steger Gene Stewart Elizabeth Stiff Mamie Stowers Alice Stringfellow Evelyn Styne Edythe Swineford Elizabeth Taylor Alice Thomas Marjorie Thomas
Thelma Thomas Rebecca Louise Thomas Lucille Thompson Virginia Thompson
Mary Tony Louise Torrence
Rosa Townes Mary Tucker Norman Turner
Updyke Cora L^rquhart Elizabeth Varner
Frances Volk Jen Wade Marguerite Walden
Helen Walthall Hattie Walton Elizabeth Ward Marguerite Warriner Delta Warren Ermine Watkins Ida
Daphne Webb Edna Welchlin Lena Welchlin Lois Westbrooke Elizabeth Weston Dorothy Wetzel Frances White Frma White Ethel Whitlock Alice Wiley Bettie Wilkerson Vera Wilkins Margaret Wilkins Mrs. Julia Wilkinson Ida Williams Lessie Williams Lottie Williams Annie Wilson Mittie Wilson Alice Wimbi^h Annie Lee Winston
Woodhouse Woodson Woodson Elizabeth Young Florence Young Maude Younger Virginia
Ruby Younger Eleanor Zacharias
One Hundred and Sixtyi
tXbC IDltQt tl IH I V'"""""
Oh! the incomparable joy at large
only tends to
The utter disgust of more completely satisfied with his
in a pair of old shoes.
the world lot.
shoes run-down heels, skinned toes and bulging sides; just a pair of shapeless but lovable leather articles.
their position of
brought about through popularity, for
discussions of importance. I have heard and depth conclude with such as "but did you notice his, or her, the shoes are overlooked; the artist thinks only of her voice, forceful delivery, the actor of his lines and the lawyer of his shoes would be noticed, even to the chagrin of the wearer.
they often rank
old shoes?" Often the minister of his power, but the old
The old shoes may not possess the honor and ownership of a pair of gilded How trees, but they are honored more often by the company of their master. many times have we discarded the dainty satins or patents with vehement force to shoe
shoe-tree friendship, to don, with an everlasting sigh of relief, the faithful For in these our feet will once more know the joy of brogues? and each individual toe will move about in an ecstasy of delight. The old
shoes are proud because of the power, possessed by them, to change frowns to smiles and pain to pleasure. They are proud because of the love and admiration The polishing of their owner. Maybe it is because they require so little attention. and brushing stage has long since passed them by and they are happy in their They are proud because of the faithfulness with stained, scarred predicament. which he fingers them, and the merciful contentment which follows his exchange Most of all are they proud of the announcement, to them from the newest style. "Oh! it feels so good to get on these old shoes once more," and if worn to a shoe store where the owner relates, "another pair just like these, please," their happiness is at last complete.
Often have shifting
judged their importance by facial expressions.
the individuals standing in line at the movies, miserably one expensively clad foot to the other, by dancers who have lived the power of existence in the Spanish heel, silver pumps, or by the
the old shoes at
almost beyond plain country aunt who cannot enjoy her trip because they told her she couldn't bring those old beloved shoes to the city. So, although they
scorned and laughed
patterns, old shoes will always hold a
at in this
the comfort that they bring you.
a joy it is to lose All your troubles, when you once more Feel the touch of those old shoes.
In this age of
not seem so worthy. wondrous news.
In an old, worn, pair of shoes.
One Hundred and Seienly
One HunJ,e,l and
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of the Association shall be to preserve the student
to unite the students of the school for efficient living
in the student
and for training
honor and in personal
Gertrude Quinn Olive Smith Kate Trent Louise Carwile
Campus League Chairman
President Y. W. C. A.
Kathleen Morgan Ann Smith
President Senior Class President Junior Class
Virginia Vincent Virginia
President Freshman Class
Mary Ruth Winn
Mary Vaughan Thelma Woolfolk
Sophomore Representatives Sue Roper
Hellen Crisman Louise Deans Kathe-.ine Boone Kathleen Myers Margaret Cobb Margaret Turpin
Freshman Representatives Felicia Green
Ellen Moses Virginia Ellis
Greenhow Parker Elizabeth Woodson
One Hundred and Sevenly-lwo
One Hundrcl and Sevcnn-lhr.
Motto "Not by might nor by power, but by
Lord of Hosts"
spirit, saith the
Miss Wilhelmina London, General Secretary
Frances Howard Mary Linn Petty
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Undergraduate Representative
Ruth L. Bartholomew — Dorothy Askew Elizabeth Bugg
Chairmen of Departments Membership
Mary Linn Petty Virginia Cowherd
Daisy Mitchell Margaret Cobb
Morning Watch Bible Study
Thelma Woolfolk Lucille Wright
World Fellowship Alumnae Membership
Margaret Wallace Ruth Abell Hellen Crisman Mabel Edwards Sue Roper Daisy Shafer Amanda Gray
Conference and Convention
Rural Life President Freshmen Commission
President Student Government
One Hundred and Seventy-four
One Hundred and Seienly-fivi
One Hundred and Seventy-six
F resJk resiimairi Commission. Officers
Mary Alice Blanton
Members Elizabeth Armfield
Evelyn Peak Virginu Perkins Polly Riddle Margaret Robinson Lillun Savadge
Mary Banks Virginia Graves Virginu A. Hall
One Hundred and Seventv-seven
LLnt: IDitoinian IL/irQlllldn ^^hc
Lucille Walton, '25
Board of Editors Rosalie Weiss, '27 Virginia Cowherd, '27
Virginia Lewis, '27
Lucy Haile Overby,
Miss Brownie Taliaferro
Board of Managers Frances Barksdale,
Cornelia Dickinson, '27
Frances Jones, '28
Daisy Shafer, '26
One Hundred and Sevenly-eight
Frances Sale, '27
One Hundred and Seventy-nine
ALPHA CHAPTER Honor
Members Madeline McMurdo Helen Miller Daisy Mitchell Katherine Montague
Dorothy Askew Frances Barksdale
Ruth Bartholomew Evelyn Beckham Audrey Chewning Anne Conway Virginia Cowherd
Margaret Moore Flementine Peirce Anne Robertson Olive Smith
Cornelia Dickinson Dama Hill Susie
Faculty Miss Carrie Spradlin
Miss Helen Draper
Resident Honorary Members Miss Pauline Camper Miss Mary White Cox Miss Myrtle Crenels Miss Mary Clay Hiner Miss Carrie
Miss Winnie Hiner Miss Mary Peck Miss Carrie Sutherlin Miss Jennie Tabb. Taliaferro
One Hundred and
One Hundred and Eighly. one
ArguiLS JL/iierary oocieiy Motto:
Colors Grey and Green
White Rose and Smilax
Margaret Moore Annie Miller Almond
Annie Miller Almond
Margaret Lewis Stearnes
Members Annie Miller Almond Elizabeth Arbuckle Mary Banks Frances Barksdale Mary Alice Blanton Audrey Chewning Marion Chewning
Elizabeth McClure Madeline McMurdo Sally Roane McMurdo
Anne Conway Edith Cornwell Virginia Cowherd Hellen Crisman Sara Fox
Katherine Montague Margaret Moore Elizabeth Moseley
Lillian Nunn Anne Oakey
Nelda Francis Amanda Grey Martha Hinch Elizabeth Jarman
Anna Branch Reams Meade Riddle Mary Morton Riddle
Frances Jones Isabel Kester
Mary Mount Nellie Norman
Lucy Haile Overbey Mary Linn Petty Fannie Perrow
Ann Smith Margaret Smith Aline Smith Pauline Smith Margaret Lewis Stearnes Erna Shotwell Agnes Teel Sarah Thornton Frances Volk Orline White LuciLE Wright Eleanor Zacharias
One Hundred and Eighty-two
JLjiterary oocien Motto
"Selj -reverence, self-knowledge, self-control'
Gold and White
Yellow and White Chrysanthemums
Members Albertine Archibald Elizabeth Armfield Mallie Barnes Elizabeth Barrow
Margaret Cobb Ophelia Commander Dean Cox Louise Deans Mabel Edwards
Dorothy Hughes Bettie Hopkins
Agnes Johnson LuciLE Latimer Virginia Lewis Elvie Moore
Mitchell Grace Noel Florence Odell Marie Orgain
Harriet Foster Marion Fitchett Annie Lee Gaylord
Lucille Peters Stella Presson Sue Puckett
Dorothy Rawls Florence Riss Pauline Revercomb Elizabeth Roberts Sue Roper Katherine Trower
Helen Thomas Margaret Turpin Margaret Vaden Marjorie Webber Dorothy Wheeler
Virginia Woodhouse Bessie Wright
Honorary Members Miss Florence D. Buford
Dr. Susan Field
One Hundred and Eiehly-lhree
Green and White
Members Lucille Barnett
Elizabeth Bell Evelyn Beckham Fannie Brown
Gertrude Quinn Kitty Reid Miriam Robinson Dorothy Robinson Dorothy Shoffner Kate Trent Virginia Vincent
Mattie Land Emily Lawrence
Mary Elizabeth Bruner
Margaret Lifsey Rosa Lee Maddux Kitty Moffet Gladys Moses Dorothy Myers Ellis Nowlin Isabel Payne Rose Powell Evelyn Peak
Ruth Creecy Elizabeth Crute
Blanche Daughtrey Gwendolyn Edye Emma Hester Helen Hodges Frances Howard
Delta B. Warren Margaret Wilkins Vera Wilkins WiLMA Williams Dorothy Wetzel Eleanor Zacharias
One Hundred and Eigluy-four
Motto: "Equal and
exact justice to all"
Blue and Gold
Dorothy Askew Anne Robertson
Members Alyce Page Adams
Dorothy Askew Bessie Arthur Ethel Barksdale Virginia Bland
Harriet Brown Altie Chapel
Mercedes Consolvo Frances Cobb
Mamie Daniel Katheryn Dashield Lillian East
Mildred Folston Ethel Forehand Evelyn Lois Gallaher Kate Gillum Dama Hill Ida Hill Elizabeth Hutt Bettie Jernigan LiLLiE
Dorothy Mattox Anne Robertson Elizabeth Rucker Frances Rucker
Margaret Rucker Bertha Salsbury Aldine Scott Annie Laurie Smith Ruth Snell
Thelma Thomas Clara Thompson Virginia
Rosalie Weiss Lois
Celeste Whaley Lottie Williams
One Hundred and
Green and Gold
Officers Daisy Shafer
Mary Douglas Walker Elizabeth Westbrook
Anna Leigh Gwaltney
Moffett Armstrong Jenny Armstrong Mary Ames
Mary Givens Carrie Gudheim Dorothy Hudson Bernice Huff Mary Kibler Eva Mays
Katharine Shore Pattie Smith Carrie Spencer
Annie Lee Barksdale
Mae Hill Carleton Louise Carwile Harriet Coleman Elizabeth Crocket Elizabeth Diehl Cornelia Dickinson Jean Doyle Carrie Drewry Russell Everett
Katherine Myers Mary Myers Louise McCormick Mae Perkinson
Annie Laurie Rives
Ola Thomas Annie Lisle Tucker Mary Tyler
Mary Vaughan Mary Douglas Walker Katherine Weller Jean West May White Thelma Woolfolk Martina Willis Elizabeth Westbrook Faculty Advisor
One Hundred and Eighty-six
as we value knowledge
â€” we value mental training more"
Garnet and Gray
Frances Morton Alma Maynard
Members Virginia Avis
Elizabeth Ballagh Norma Carney Katherine Carter Mary Carter Alice Cook Nellie Ferrell Catherine Finney Mary Gose
Louise Pond Corinne Rucker Lillian Savedge
Lucy Keith Virginia Lawrence
Ruth Scarborough Doris Speight
Fanny Sydnor Marion Thomas Elizabeth Trent
Ware Erma White Frances White
Louise Marsh Mary Louise Meade
One Hundred and Eigho
Lucy Haile Overbey Louise
Secretary and Treasurer
Mary Alice Blanton
Marie Orgain Lucy Haile Overbey
Nelda Frances EuLA Harris Betty Hopkins
Stella Presson Gertrude Quinn
Dorothy Shoffner Ann Smith Katherine Weller Elizabeth Westbrook Lucille Wright
Madeline McMurdo Margaret Moore
Hiin<lrnl and Eishly-eielH
Hun,l„-<l nn.l Eishi:
Annie Miller Almond
Mary Vauchan Virginia Cowherd
Members Alyce Page Adams Annie Miller Almond Annie Belle Anderson
PoLLOck Rose Powell Mildred Ragsdale
Mabel Grossclose Amy Virginia Hall Edna Hall
Ruth Bartholomew Evelyn Beckham Mary Alice Blanton Minna Brown Odelia Burrow
Corinne Rucker Lillian Savadge
Margaret Cobe Helen Cohen
Helen Elmore Hodges Elizabeth Hopkins Dorothy Hudson Gertrude Hughes Elizabeth Jarman
COLONNA Anne Conway Dean Cox Ruth Creecy Lillian Crenshaw
Katherine Jones Katherine Kiser
Mildred Spindle Margaret L. Stearnes
Frances Clark Frances Cobb
Martha Kiser Katherine Landrum Rosa Lee Maddux
Mary Lee Meade Helen Meeks LoRENA Miles Helen Miller
Marie Eley Marian Fitchett Doris Fletcher
Thelma Deaton Jean Doyle
Noma Fuqua Otey Garnett Josie Gates
Kathleen Myers ELLI.i NOWLIN Marie Orcain Mary Frances Perkinson Fannie Perrow Margaret Petty'
One Hundred and Nine
Mary Smith Olive Smith Pattie Smith
Evelyn Stein Alice Stringfellow Alice Thomas
Thelma Thomas Mary Vaughan Virginia Vincent
Agnes Watkins MoLLiE Webb Elizabeth Westbrook
Maye White Eleanor Wilkins Vera Wilkins Martha Wilkinson Ida Williams Lottie Williams Elizabeth Wingo
One Hundred and Ninety-one
Mrs. Katherine King
Mary Rives Richardson Mary W. Vaughan
Secretary and Treasurer
Mallie Barnes Elizabeth Bell
Pauline Revercomb Olive Smith
Mary Booker Miss Alma Browning
Margaret Lewis Stearnes Marietta Sugg Mary Tucker
One Hundn'il and Ninety-two
1 Jae RijTh
Emily Whitmore Emily Whitmore Olive Smith
E. Booker Helen Thomas Winnie Lang Marian Fitchett Madeline Gary Anne Jester Ruth Bartholomew
Second Violin Banjo
Mandolin Guitar Guitar Guitar
One Hundred and
Evelyn Thompson ._ Pauline Revercomb
Members Elizabeth Bell
Gertrude Hughes Elizabeth Jones Winnie Lang
Mercedes Consolvo Marian Fitchett Madeline Gary Josabelle Gates
Helen Thomas Clara Thompson Evelyn Thompson
Van Pelt Mary Ruth Winn
One Hundred and Ninety-lour
imiTE] One Hundred and Mnetyliv,
)igma oigma Digma Chartered 1903
Alpha Chapter Publication "The Triangle"
SORORES Lucille Barnett
MoBLEY Brown Mary Elizabeth Bruner Dorcas Chaney Elizabeth Crute
COLLEGIO Dorothy Shoffner
Nelda Frances Helen Hodges
Ann Thompson Oakey Caroline PARKiNtoN Mary Linn Petty MiTTiE Graham Quarles Mary Rives Richardson
Katherine Trent Virginia Vincent Acnes Watkins Ermine Watkins Eleanor Zacharias
Katherine C. Dunnington Martha Bugg Newbill
Honorary Members Miss Mabel Culkin
Mrs. George Richardson
Miss Pauline Camper
Chapter Roll Alpha
Teachers College, Farmville, Vir-
— Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Normal School, Buffalo, New — Phi — Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Iota — State Normal School, Greely, Colorado. Mu—Teachers College. Kirksville. Missouri. Nu — State Normal School, Warrensburg, Missouri. Xi — State Normal School, Alva, Oklahoma.
— State Normal School, Upsilanti, Michigan. — State Normal School, Emporia, Kansas. Rho — Florida State College for Women, Talla-
Zeta Buffalo York,
hassee, Florida. TaU' Las Vegas Normal,
E. Las Vegas, New Mexico. Upsilon State Teachers College, Ada, Oklahoma. Chi State Manual Training School, Pittsburg, Kansas. Psi— Marshall College. Huntington, West Vir-
Beta Sigma Cincinnati, Ohio. Toledo Alumna? Toledo, Ohio. St. Louis. Missouri. St. Louis Alumna; Lambda Sigma Denver, Colorado.
— — —
— — —
Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri. Zeta Sigma Buffalo. New York. Mu Sigma Kirksville, Missouri.
Omicron Sigma Detroit. Michigan. Iota Sigma Greely, Colorado. Cleveland Alumnae Lakewood. Ohio. Pittsburg Alumnae Bi'rgalestown, Pennsylvania. Pi Sigma Emporia, Kansas. Bartow Alumnae Bartow, F'orida. Norfolk-Portsmouth Alumnaj Norfolk, Virginia.
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Mrs. C. a. Allen
Mrs. V. P. Paulette
One Hundred and Minety-a^x
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One Hundred and Mnely-seven
State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia
Mary Alice Blanton
Cowherd Ruth Creecy
Frances Jones Katherine Montague
Kitty Reid A.NN Smith Pauline Smith
Mrs. Ruth Harding Coyner
Miss Florence Buford
Miss Florence H. Stubbs
Patrons Mrs. W. p. Venable
Miss Grace E. Mix
One Hundred and Ninety-eight
One Hundred and \inety-nine
Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia
Amelia Johnson Carol Moir Ellis Nowlin Frances Paxton Gertrude Quinn Margaret Robinson Frances Sale Acnes Teel
Laura Anderson Elizabeth Bugg Jo CULIN Mary Darden Gwendolyn Edye
Dorothy Hancock Martha Hinch
Mary Douglas Walker SoRORES
Miss Leola Wheeler
Mary Clay Hiner Miss Mary E. Peck
Two Hundred and One [iiiii
Members Mary Linn Petty - 2 2 Evelyn Beckham 2 2 2
Elizabeth Bucc A
Agnes Teel A 2
Ann Smith r 6
Two Hundred and Two
Two Hundred and Three i
Mary Alice Blanton
Hall Martha Hinch Mary Hunt
Margaret Robinson Polly Riddle Bessie M. Riddle
Frances Jones Helen Hodges
Dorcas Chaney Nancy Cole Ruth Creecy Jo CULIN
Cowherd Amonette De Mott Evelyn Dulaney
Amelia Johnson Beulah Jones Ann Virginia Lambert Kathleen Morgan
Frances Davidson Gwendolyn Edye
Kate Edmunds Margaret Hubbard
Gertrude Quinn Ruth G. Richardson
Marietta Sugg Frances Sale
Ann Smith Alice Thomas Virginia Vincent Agnes Watkins Mary Douglas Walker Alice Wimbish Mary Tucker Polly Smith
Faculty Advisor Miss Leola Wheeler
Honorary Member Mrs.
Hundred and Four
Two Hundred and Five
Pi AlpLa Lucille Barnett
Mary Linn Petty
Mary Elizabeth Bruner
Margaret Lewis Stearnes
Annie Lee Gwaltney
Faculty Member Miss Florence D. Buford
Mrs. Herbert Stokes
Hundred and Six
Two Hundred and Sfven
am Geneva Lionberger Elizabeth Maddux
Mary Ellen Canada
Rosa Lee Maddux Jean Mitchell Evelyn Peak Virginia Perkins Miriam Robinson Hazel Saunders Pace Seay May Frances Tuttle Mary Tyler
Hellen Crisman Elizabeth Ferrell Lucille Geoghecan Virginia Graves
Sallie Hardy Virginia Jordan
Madge Lewis Virginia Lewis JuDSON Lifsey
Elizabeth Watkins Jean West
Faculty Advisor Miss Georgie Norris
Two Hundred and Eight
Two Hundred and Mne
"Eat and grow thin"
Marietta Sugg "Marie" Virginia Vincent "V" Gertrude Quinn "Bun" Elizabeth Crute "Crutie" Dorcas Chaney Mittie Quarles "Andy" Helen Hodges "Bo" Martha Hinch "Marthy" Lucille Barnett "Bonnie" Ellis Nowlin "Wert" Elia Putney "Elie" Alice Wimbish "Al" Elaine Goode "E" Lucille Geoghegan "Ludy"
Colors: Pea Green and Bean Yellow
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Chief Boss 1
Two Hundred and Ten
Second Chief Boss Vice Boss
Second Vice Boss Script Boss
Money Boss Boss-at-arms
Cash Boss Waiter Boss
Wash Boss Cheer Boss Time-to-stop Boss
"Pokey Pookey" "Riotus Ruth"
"Tiresome Teadie' "Vicious Virginia'
"Awful Anne" "Childish Chichd "Evil
"Jumping Jean" "Laughing Leeze
Two Hundred and Eleven
Margaret Portlock Nelda Francis
Members Claudia Anderson Elise Anderson
Edith Asher Lucille Barnett
Evelyn Beckam Mary Alice Blanton Harriet Booker
Dorothy Hancock Virginia Hall Helen Hart Martha Hinch Helen Hodges
Cowherd Ruth Creecy
Evelyn Dulaney Gwendolyn Edye Nelda Francis Lucille Franklin
Mary Kibler Carol Moir Katherine Montague
Caroline Parkinson Frances Paxton Isabel
Katharine Weller Ermine Watkins Eleanor Zacharias
Two Hundred and Twelve
Dorothy Myers Ellis Nowlin
Rebecca Burgess Dorcas Chaney
Mary Darden Amonette De Mott
Frances Jones Amelia Johnson
Evelyn Peak Mary Linn Petty Margaret Portlock Mittie Graham Quarles Gertrude Quinn
Polly Riddle Margaret Robinson Frances Sale Hazel Saunders Dorothy Shoffner Ann Smith Pauline Smith Margaret Lewis Stearnes Marietta Sugg Agnes Teel
Carrie Gudheim Lucille Geoghegan
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Frances Sale Gertrude Quinn Elizabeth Wingo
Miss Haynes and Miss Mix
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Members Elizabeth Armfield Mamie Ayres Louise Blake Evelyn Bell Lucy E. Boisseau Mary Alice Blanton
Margaret Fuller Felicia Green Elizabeth Gordon Byrde Hillsman Bernice Huff Lucy Hanbury
Fannie Rowe Brown Jo CULIN
Nancy Cole Dean Cox Margaret Cobb Ruth Creecy Frances Clarke Lila Colonna EuzAEETH Cocks
Martha Hinch Dorothy Hancock
Katherine Carter Marguerite Canada Virginia
Hellen Crisman Helen M. Cohen Helen Davidson Carrie Drewry Blanche Daughtrey Thelma Deaton Amonette De Motte Katherine Dashield Lillian Ellington Euzabeth Ernest Gwendolyn Edye Catherine Finney Nellie Ferrell
Betty Hopkins Louise Jones Amelia Johnson
Knight Margaret Lifsey Bessie
JuDsoN Lifsey Hattie Lythgoe LuciLE Latimer Virginia Lawrence
Madge Lewis Maxine Lucas Katherine Landrum Louise Mitchell
Ruth Phillips Rose H. Powell Margaret Petty Gertrude Quinn Catherine Rhyland Alice Reed Polly Riddle
Ruth G. Richardson Frances Sale Ann Smith Doris Speight Frances Sadler Annie Laurie Smith Acnes Teel Mary Tyler
Thelma Thomas Margaret Vaden Margaret Wilkins Margaret Walden Elizabeth Watters Leah Weisel Delta Warren Euzabeth Westbrook Annie Lee Winston
Elizabeth Wingo Lottie Williams
Margaret Webb Mary Douglas Walker Betty Wilkerson
Nowlin Margaret Portlock Rosalind Peery
Two Hundred and
what we make
Mr. Thomas A. McCorkle
Honorary Member: Mascot:
Miss Katherine Tupper and Miss Bessie Jeter
Hattye Blankenship Erna Shotwell
Harriet Foster Lucile Franklin
Members Virginia Alfred
Cora Giel Freia Goetz
Elizabeth Armfield Edith Asher
Hattye Blankenship Mollie Blanton Marion Chewning Hazel Dunn Betty Edmonds Mildred Edwards Virginia Ellis
Harriet Foster Lucile Franklin Doris Gibson Nannie Gilliam
Myrtle Guy Eula Harris Virginia Harvey Ora Jeter Beulah Jones Virginia Lindsey Janie Martin
Helen Miller Elsie
Lucy Phillips Virginia Ralph Lydia Rogers
Erna Shotwell Margaret Smith
Clara Thompson Sarah Thornton Lucile Ware Louise Wells Elizabeth Weston Frances White Celeste Whaley
Martha Wilkinson Mary Wincfield
Two Humlreil and Fourteen
Organized October 14, 1924, by the students who have had experience in teaching in the state, and have returned to college to further pursue
problems and tendencies
abilities as teachers
to discuss present
Richardson Frances Sadler
Members Ruth Abell Doris Alford
Frances Barksdale Hattye Blankenship
Lucy Hayden Jayne Hendricks Annie Hendricks
Annie Laurie Smith Bertha Spradlin Frances Sadler
Audrey Chewning Ethel Covington Janet Cralle Nannie L. Crowder Mrs. Lucy Page Davidson Blanche Daughtrey
Gertrude Johnson Bessie Gordon Jones Lillie Keasler Bonnie McCoy
Mamie Estes Nancy Eppes Martha Freeman Mabel Grossclose Katherine Goode
Alma Matthews Helen Miller Kathleen Myers Bessie M. Mottley Elizabeth Nimmo
Sue Puckett Esther Raymond
Mary Tony Katherine Trent Elizabeth Truitt
Berta Thompson Myrtle Walton
Watson Erma White
Frances Eugenia White Eleanor Wilkins Vera Wilkins Julia B. Wilkinson
Faculty Member John
Two Hundrrd and
Bureau Frances M. Barksdale
Mabel Edwards Sally R.
Membres Laura Anderson
Annie Lee Barksdale
Ruth Bartholomew Evelyn Beckham
Ruth Jennings Mary McKinney Sally R. McMurdo Frances Morton
Mabel Edwards Lela Taylor
Mary Spigcle Ruth Tinsley
Two Hundred and Sixteen
JLe x^i Premier Professional Devise:
Jane Atkins Adrienne Richards .—
Secretaire et Tresoriere
Bernice Garriss Sadie Baird
Jane Atkins Sadie Baird
Elizabeth Bell Frances Brichtwell
AucE Cocks Mamie Daniel Margaret Draper
Elva Hedley Gladys Hubbard Elizabeth Hutt Margaret Keyser Geneva Lionberger Sarah Lipscomb Virginia
Richards Hazel Saunders Ellen Smith Bertha Spradlin
Rachel Thompson Updyke Ermine W.\tkins
DiRECTRICE Mademoiselle Helen Draper Tivo
Hundred and 5fn
El que lucha, triumfa
Frances Barksdale Virginia Lewis
CoMisioN DE Programme
COMISION DE SoCIALIDAD
Presidente de la Comision
Los Miembros MoFFETT Armstrong
Rosa Marie Maldonado
Amanda Gray Dama Hill
Ella Louise Moore
Senorita Estelle Smithey
Two Hundred and Eighteen
Maroon and Gold
White 'Red" Vauchan
Members "Snaps" Keith
"Lou" Marsh "Red" Vaughan "Chick" Ware "Billy" White "Fritz"
Two Hundred and yine
Secretary and Treasurer
Members Mary Ames Dorothy Askew Kathryn Boon Alice Carter Hellen Crismen Mamie Daniel
Evelyn Dulaney Margaret Fuller Madeline Gary
Frances Howard Maxine Lucas Louise Mitchell Virginia
Elizabeth Moseley Lilian
Pollock Sue Puckett Hilda Renfrow Vircie
Ruth Richardson Helen Roberts Louise Rothrock Margaret Turpin Virginia Updvke Frances Volk
Margaret Walker Elizabeth Watters Elizabeth Weston
Faculty Members Miss Jones
Two Hundred and Twenty
ive like best to
Green and White
Mary Ruth Winn
Members Elizabeth Barrow Nellie Ruth Crowder Beulah Daniels
EuLA Harris LuLA Johnson
Elizabeth F. Jones Dorothy Jones Margaret Jones Ella Kirkland
Maria Orcain Dorothy Smith Elizabeth Taylor Olive Taylor
Mary Ruth Winn
Daisy Allen Mitchell
Faculty Member Miss Florence Buford
Two Hundred and Tuenly-one
"The Campbells are Coming!" Colors:
Purple and Gold
Clara Thompson Margaret Turpin Virginia Updyke
President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer
Members Elizabeth Ballagh Evelyn Bell
Ruth Bartholomew Doris Brauer Frances Clark Angeline Coston Reva Elliott Gladys Griffin Lois Gallaher
Hunter Carolyn Hunter Dorothy Hughes Virginia
Mary C. Landon Eva Mays Mary Mount Katherine Montague Dorothy Mattox Elizabeth Mojeley Fannie Perrow
Evelyn Peak Virginia Perkins Corrine Rucker Margaret Revely
Laurie Smith Margaret Turpin Loui?-e
Clara ThompsonRachel Thompson
Ruth Tinsley Updyke Margaret Vaughan Elizabeth Woodson Ruby Younger Maude Younger
Hundred and Twmlytwo
Purple and Gold
Louise Fairchild Virginia
Mary Black Thelma Deaton
Members Mary Black Thelma Deaton
Alice Kittrell Madge Lewis
Caroline Meredith Louise Mitchell
Elma Nevils Hilda Renfrow Louise Rothrock Jean Stewart Virginia
Honorary Member Mr. J. P. Wynne
Tuo Hundred and Tiventylhn
Motto: "Twenty- five Colors:
strong for Dinwiddle"
Purple and Gold
Mildred Ragsdale Jean Doyle
Betty Edmunds Alice Rebecca Boisseau
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Members Katherine Bentley Alice Rebecca Boisseau Lucy Evelyn Boisseau Virginia Brockwell Nellie Chambers Leona Coleman
Jean Doyle Hazel Dunn Betty Edmund*;
Dora Fisher Doris Fowlkes Grace Fowlkes
Mildred Ragsdale Annie Laurie Rives Catherine Ryland Emily Whitmore Orline White
Martha Wilkinson Lucy Wynne Florence Young
Faculty Member Miss E. Myrtle Crenels
Ttvo Hundri-d and Twenly-lo,
^asfem Motto: Flower:
"As we dig for
we dig for knowledge" Mascot:
Myron Barnes Dean Cox
Marian Fitchett Elva Guy Myrtle Guy Dorothy Gibbons Thelma Johnson
Winnie Lang Betty Le Cato
Mary Ames Sarah Adams Vera Barnes
Gladys Phillips Elizabeth Roberts Adrienne Richards Virginia
Mary Smith Margaret Vaden Margaret Walker Delta Warren Margaret Wilkins
Two Hundred and
"Green but growing"
Green and Gold
MoLLiE Webb Sadie Ritt
Nellie Callahan -
Members Nellie Callahan Virginia Jordan
Judson Lifsey Margaret Lifsey
Elaine Goode Virginia Vincent Mollie Webb
Honorary Member Miss Florence Buford
Two Hundred and Twenty-six
Motto "Though we're named Not-a-way, We'll strive to find-a-way"
Secretary and Treasurer
Honorary Member Mrs. James Kay Lainc
Members Bessie Atkinson
Alice Cooke LiLLIE Keasler
Ola Mae Kiddwell Frances Sydnor
Martha Lainc Frances Morgan Frances Morton Katherine Murdock
Jacqueline Noel Louise Pond
Katharine Shore Stella Spencer
Two Hundred and Twenlyseven
and Reporter Treasurer
Miss Carrie Spr.adlin
Members Emily Lawrence Virginia Lawrence Mary Lipscomb Esther Love Maxine Lucas Viola Martin Ella Louise Moore Anne Robertson
Gertrude Bain Katherine Dashield Louise Deans Felicia Green Virginia Jackson Bettie Jernican Harriett Jernigan
Two Hundred and Twenty-eighl
Sue Roper Alice Reed Ruth Snell
Ruth Snellings Rosalie Weiss Lois
Purple and Gold
Members Edith Asher Pauline Bacby
Lena Branch Fannie Brown
Cowherd Nancy Crowder
Sara Fox Alice Frood Josephine Head Ora Jeter Louise Jones
G. Richardson L.
Dorothy Wetzel Jackie Woodson
Honorary Member Miss Coullinc
Two Hundred and Twe ^•IIIIIIE]IIIIIIIIIIIIU|lllllllllll|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIinilllllllC]IIIIIIIIIIIIEllllllllllMIUIIIIIIIIIIIIC]l1IIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIIIIC]
Maroon and White
Faculty Members Miss Pauline Camper
Miss Ada Bierbower
Members Be'sie Arthur Ethel Barksdale Mallie Barnes Katherine Boone
MoBLEY Brown Mary E. Bruner Evelyn Dulaney
Gertrude Quinn Kitty Reid Hazel Saunders Helen Shields Margaret Lewis Stearnes "
Elizabeth Ferrell Louise Forbes Nelda Francis
Elvie Moore Virginia Moore
Alice Thomas Elizabeth Varner
Frances Paxton Mary Linn Petty
Dorothy Hancock Anna Jett Mary Kelly Geneva Lionbercer Louise McCormick Carol Mom
Two Hunilred and
May White Elizabeth Young Eleanor Zacharias
Green and Gold
Members Frances Brightwell Elizabeth Bruce Bessie
Alice Cocks Eloise Chappell Janet Cralle Lillian Ellington Bernice Fretwell Josie Gates
Mattie Lee Glenn Gertrude Glenn
Kate Gilliam Reporter
Mary Glenn Kate Gilliam Freia Goetz
Gertrude Hughes Ada Havens Gladys Hubbard Louise Hamilton Edith Jenkins Evelyn Porterfield
Margaret Rucker Ida
Two Hundred and T/uny-onc
Frances Sale Elizabeth McCluer
Evelyn Thompson Virginia O'Connor
Members Edith Cornwell Hellen Crisman Pauline Deaver Harriet Foster Gladys Fretwell Julia Jones Margaret Keyser
Virginia Lambert Virginia Lewis Louise Lewis
Frances Sale Margaret Smith Evelyn Thompson Mary Tyler
Argyle McCluer Elizabeth McCluer Estaline McClung Mary Lee Meade
EuzABETH Wade Jean
Faculty Members Mr. Bowman Mr. Coyner
Mrs. Coyner Miss Mary Clay Hiner Miss Winnie Hiner
Mr. McCorkle Miss Shelton
Two Hundred and Thirty-two
argima Motto: Flower:
Green and Pink
Secretary and Treasurer
Members Lillian Addington
Hattye Blankenship Frances Bolton Elizabeth Crockett Maude Clark Noma Fuqua Louise Ford Ollie Gillespie
Mary Gose Mabel Gbossclose Carrie Gudheim
Paul, Va. Appalachia, Va. St. Paul, Va. Max Meadow, Va. Draper, Va. St.
Radford, Va. Norton, Va. Tazewell, Va. Wytheville, Va. Ceres, Va. Blacksburg. Va. Virginia Wilson
Amelia Johnson Ida Jones
Tazewell, Tazewell, Tazewell, Tazewell,
Martha Kiser Katherine Riser Mary Myers Kathleen Myers Gladys Painter Margaret Robinson Mamie Stowers
Elizabeth Weston Alice Wiley Wytheville, Va.
Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va.
Green and White
"Eat, drink, and be merry"
Greenhow Parker Dorothy Rawls
Members Ellen Babb LuLA May Babb Mabel Barrett Virginia Berryman Virginia Bishop Bertha Bradshaw Ejma Bradshaw
Louise Clements Alice Cobb Mary Edith Cobb
Minna Brown Thelma Brown Louise Bunn
Bernice Garriss Willie Griffin Virginia Harrell
Virginia Burgess ViRGiE Bryant
Berta Newell Greenhow Parker Lucy Parsons Lucy Partridge
Sarah Cobb Mary Darden Marie Eley Ethel Fisher
Ethel Porter Stella Presson India Rawlings
Dorothy Rawls Mary Rawls Ruth Scarborough Mabel Seward
Lorena Miles Aldine Scott Catherine Moffitt Norman Turner Alva Williams Frances White ,
Honorary Member Mr'-.
Two Hundred and Thiny-lour
1 riamigle Vviuilb
best for the Triangle"
Gold and Black
Anna Leigh Gwaltney
Virginia Inge .—
Secretary and Treasurer
Members Sadie Baird Adelia Burrow
Anna Leigh Gwaltney
Mary G. Hall Mary Harrell
Evelyn Byrd Elizabeth Cocks Nancy Dashield Mildred Edwards Lydia Griffin
Marie Holland Virginia Herbert Josephine Harris Virginia Inge
Mary Catherine Jones Mary Belle Lawrence Eva Lowe Elizabeth Minton Acnes Riddick Willie Riddick Georgia May Rogers Lucille Wright
Two Hundred and
emarie bounty Slogan:
Blue and Silver
Members Ruth Abell Cynthia Berkeley Jo CuLiN Cornelia Dickinson Elizabeth Gordon
Helen Hall Elizabeth Jarman Frances Jones Willie Lackey Gladys Lackey Madeline McMurdo
Sally Roane McMurdo Agnes Teel Ola Thomas Lola Taylor
Honorary Members Dr. Jarman
Tun Humhi-il and
ntriLmO Two Hundred and
Ailileitic v^ouELcii Erna Shotwell
Eleanor Zacharias Miss
Two Hundred and
B. E. 0.
Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative
Founded 1922 Purpose:
To promote and encourage all forms of athletics in the Farmville State Teachers College: to work for good, clean intercollegiate rivalry: to broaden the
field of intercollegiate sports; and above all to stand for the highest degree of sportsmanship in all things.
Edna Hall Eva McKinney
Kathleen Morgan Celeste
Full Membership Rebecca Ames Florence Buford Elsie Bell Madeline Fitzgerald
Edna Hall Henrietta Hall
Mildred Hall Elizabeth Mathews
Nell McArdle Eva McKinney Sara Moore Kathleen Morgan Louise Parsons
Mamie Sexton Anna Belle Treakle Rosabelle Walton Celeste Whaley
Two Hundred and :«iniiiiiiiiiiii[iiiiii
IP I VQ t n i^
Varsity JoasJkeioaJ Frances Jones
Miss Blanche E. 0.
Wearers of the Frances Jones, F. Helen Hall, F.
Orline White, G.
Kathleen Morgan, S. C. Madeline Gary, Katherine Reid, S. C. Eleanor Zacharias, G.
Forwards Frances Jones
Madeline Gary Orline White
Eleanor Zacharias Elizabeth Crute Lucille Wright
Guards Judson Lifsey Gladys Poe
Side Centers Evelyn Peak
Jumping Centers Ethel Covington
Record Farmville Farmville Farmville
This year a new emblem, the College the Athletic Association to any student
University of South Carolina — Harrisonburg Harrisonburg
passes the seven required points and earns
in addition thirty-five of the optional points.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Two Hundred and Forty-one
Erna Shotwell Forwards
Erna Shotwell Guards
Audrey Chewning Centers
Coach Miss B. E. 0.
Hundred and Forly-lwo
iiumoF JOaslKetoal Celeste
Forwards Lillian Crenshaw
Guards Lucille Wright
Gladys Moses Centers
Mary Spiggle Ann Smith
Hundred and Forty
Mallie Barnes Guards
Anna Leigh Gwaltney
Katherine Goode Centers Alice Rebecca Boisseau
Orline White Virginia Vincent
Forwards Lilla Foster
Two Hundred and
Eleanor Zacharias Forwards Elsie Gibson
Jumping Centers Jean Mitchell
Ermine Watkins Guards
Two Hundred and
Hail the Farmville Team
music by M/vrv
Hailthe xeam, the. Fafh^viule
will stand behind
leads xo Vic-To-rv;
Full of vim aimo pep
J jij- ; J
while you r>AKE a walk
tzz ^- 4
Up and ax 'em, FARr^VlL-Lt XEAM, AND CLAIM XHE VlCxoRV CHORUS
;^ Hip HooRAh! for Jv^RMVI'lLE. XEArO,
the BESX XHAT we have 3EEM
And no mAxreR what the tes^
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YOO'fje -/hE BEST,
OurDeFENDER NOW VOO ofllMI^ aViCTORy!
Tuu HmulTL-d and Forty dx
LLrSP; IDitGiniari' iL/lrQlllia 'XEbe
v^uiPmI I I
The train roared and bellowed and bullied its way over the miles of track which lay like a steely, black thread ahead, but inside, safely ensconced in a big, cushiony
chair, dreamed young Helen Endslowe, her heart bounding with visions almost come and a life-long hope soon to be realized. She held in her lap the required and conventional magazine and the equally required and conventional box of chocolates, but it was evident that her thoughts were far too lofty to be fed by either of these
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In time to the grinding and hissing of the wheels, there sang in Helen's brain glorious words, "Going to college! going to college!" Her scholarship, the scholarship she had won by many days' labor and the sacrificing of many girlish pleasures, was tucked reverently away in the new, shiny, black suitcase, but its power was far-reaching enough to be sending her now to the leviathan University of New York, one of the justly proud winners in the International Literary Contest for high school graduates, recently conducted by a leading metropolitan paper. There had been just one other person equally as fortunate, and he (for it was a He) was perhaps now on his way West to the college he had selected. Helen's heart, had one been possessed of a stethoscope, could have been observed at this juncture, first to slacken in its beat, and then race wildly and unheedingly on at a decidedly alarming rate. A physician would have attributed its strange behavior, no doubt, to the unaccustomed motion of the train, but you and I, being human no reflection is intended here upon the medical profession would have remembered the young man in question, and have emitted a wise "Hm." Helen, however, succeeded in appearing dignified and composed, according to Mother's and Grandmother's specific the
She would be sensible (this with a fierce determination) and think only of all she was going to accomplish. Poor little novice! How could she, or any girl, be sensible with the vision of Richard Hardy's young, clean face constantly before her, even though it had been glimpsed only in the newspapers! It was at this point though, that Helen's mental battle ended abruptly, for the train had made a rumbling, clumsy halt at one of the little country stations, and what seemed to be a veritable mad, stampeding "herd" of people scrambled into the compartment she had so peacefully occupied. Her first feeling was one of ingenuous curiosity and surprise that "folks acted so," but in a minute her eyes flashed, and she had jumped up in anger to rescue a rather frightened, grey-haired woman who was being mauled and shoved, and who looked utterly helpless in the hands of the pushing, selfish crowd. Helen protected her protegee until the excitement had subsided, and the two evinced towards each other a mutual liking. It was tacitly agreed that they become traveling companions on the two days' journey ahead. The older woman confided much of her history to her young friend's sympathetic ears, and you may be sure that Helen herself became rather communicative when she learned that by a happy coincidence the other's name was Hardy! So the time passed pleasantly until the noise and bustle of the metropolis announced their destination. Helen and Mrs. Hardy found themselves standing rather breathlessly in the enormous station, when the latter cried out rapturously. "My son! my son!" Helen wheeled around, but could observe only an approaching pair of broad shoulders and a grey hat. She tactfully looked away while, a second or two later, the grey hat merged into Mrs. Hardy's blue one. It was only at her friend's "Helen dear. I want you to meet my boy," that she looked up into the strong, admiring face of the man she had tried to forget, but could not. "Pleased to meetcha," she murmured dazedly, but with a supreme content. instructions.
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Two Hundred and Fom-seven
OF LVOLUTIOh 7"j|'<j
Hundred and Fony-eight
Hundred and Fonynine
LLr)^ IDiroinian' IL/lLQltllall XLbc
asies TWILIGHT Twilight is a Holy Priest Dressed in a robe of gray, He speaks the few but sacred words That join the night with day.
—M. IN ILLNESS
How my hand
TO A FLOWER
trembles to feel the firm flesh
petals cool. the hot fever that mounts from
in a pool
f orsetf ulness
SOME ONE COMES BY
Thinking of you in the twilight, Dearest, what shall I say. If some one comes by and asks me, "What are you thinking of, pray?"
THE COMFORTER I dream of you. The stars fade. I awake with memories. Winds sigh, and I call for you. The day is here, and I ache with longing.
Night comes, and
Birds sing, and I close my ears to them. Friends smile, but tears dim my eyes. Vast Waters, calm in the hush of evening, Here on your beach I implore you
Two Hundred anl
—Lalla Ridley Jones
TLhc Divginian »»"
THL MIRROR T,vo
Hundred and Fijtyone
LLIlK IDirgtnian IL/lLlillllari XTbe
in a season the incense
a magi's luring, orinet lair Slow steals the dusty veil from off silvered Mirror of vanity fair. The
Forth Our Leading Lady steps To guide us by her wise concepts. Loveliness doth now enthrall Our Queen of Beauty, crowned by
the lady that love imparts?
She's our own, most popular,
Lady of Allurement, sweet. whomever she may meet.
She who versatile must fare Is
Queen of Arts with
Ah! Now a flash of style and hue; Our Lady of Vogue steps into view. Miss Efficiency vies the flight of time And molds all Duty into rhyme.
Our Sportive Lady, agile, strong, To Olympian fame does now belong. Then turns
from our eyes
soft the veil floats o'er the scene
Forevermore -Olive Smith
Two Hundred and
HELEN MILLER OUR LEADINQ LADIJ
RBLEN HODQES QUEER OF BEAUTlj
UIRQINIA UlNCENT QUEEN OF HEARTS
QERTRUDE QUINN LADU OF ALLUREMENT,
OLIUE SMITH QUEEN OF ARTS
OF UOQUE c>o
ANNE CONlUAlj MISS EFFICIENCY
EULA HARRIS OUR SPORTIUE LADIJ
The Virginian this
opportunity of thanking Mr. Mc-
Coulling, Olive Smith, Lucile Walton,
Virginia Hall, Sally
Roane McMurdo, Helen Roberts, Anne Robertson, for their assistance without
volume of The Virginian
would have been impossible.
Tuo Hundred and
Two Hundred and Sixty-mo
Two Hundred and
1 eacli eacficFS FARMVILLE
Graduates of accredited high schools are admitted without examination.
Courses for the preparation
of teachers for Kindergarten, Primary and
mar Grades, High and
School, Graded Rural School,
The four-year College Course leads
of Bachelor of Science in education.
same and students
in all courses are eligible for the State Scholarship.
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA » »
Hundred end Sixly-four
Smart Fashions selected
City for the
FOOTWEAR, HOSIERY In fact eveiy wanted
article for the
Chic College Girl
DEPARTMENT STORES LYNCHBURG.VA.DURHAM.N.C.So.RICHMON^^
Two Hundred and
FARMVILLE MANUFA CTUR ING
"So your son
he preparing for?"
But by the successful way he works
he's going to be either a diplomat or a financier."
'Vhe fellow who palls on the oars doesn't have time
rock the boat
NOEL BROTHERS Plumbers and Steamfitters
Cash and Carry Store
Strong, Conservative Bank, under
very Careful Management, and
"The Pure Food Store" U.
Interest Paid on
VIRGINIA Robe ON BoNDURANT BucG W. R. Butcher I. C. Glenn_
G. M. E. T. J.
cordially invite t h e young ladies of the College and the public to visit our store and inspect our line
Fresh High Grade Candies and Cakes, Heinz's Pickles, Dressings and of
carry a nice line of
and save money. Bacon Bats.
Cash and Carry Everything
President Vice-President Cashier Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier
WAYS OF THE WORLD The parlor sofa held the twain Fair damsel and her lovely swain Heandshe. But hark! a step upon the
And mother found them sitting there. He and she. Puck.
Two Hundred and
Every Convenience Offered
Suppose You If
Have a Fire To-Night f
The Oldest and Largest Agency
in Southside Virginia
Itisurattce that Insures
Two Hundred and
has her tonsils, adenoids, and appendix. Exchange.
LLnC X)ixQinmv iJiirGiriiH Uhc
FARMVILLE'S NEW, UP-TO-DATE
PLAY HOUSE ALWAYS HAS FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT THE BEST AND HIGHEST CLASS SHOWS OBTAINABLE AT POPULAR PRICES
or better or worse.
She marries him for more or
Duval Motor Co. AUTOMOBILES Trucks, Tractors and
Corner Third and North Streets
OUR IDEA OF A JOB Re-papering the Hall of Fame. Putting up "No Trespassing" signs on the sands of time. Installing a toll system at the Gates of Heaven. Exchange.
Two Hundred and
BUGG & SON
"Tke Pure Food Groceries
come up on
cause I've got on
the stage be-
"Well, the top part's leather and
solicited for class
and sorority pins, rings and
are patting the ground."
carry a complete line of
State Teachers College Jewelry.
Toilet ^Articles Coty's
DjER Kiss AZUREA Three Flowers
INDIANAPOLIS j '
PERFUMES, TOILET WATERS, FACE POWDERS, COMPACTS,
Designers and Manufacturers of School and Fraternity Jewelry
JEWELERS TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
AND ROUGES THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE
White Drug Company E.
W. Sanford, Owner
live as long as you want and want to as long as you live. —College Humor.
A A A A
drunk that says "hie" and "ish." stupid Englishman! tight
burglar actually get out of a fraternity house without losing something.— CoZZege Humor.
Two Hundred and Seventy
BARROW COAL CO. ASH
J^A VEN RED and
U7e Appreciate Hour Kindness
Everything for Everybody
Anthracite All Sizes Public Service
that I'm lazy,
"Johnny, name a
never be so lazy
girl a kiss,
There are summer romances and summer romances, but after all only some're romances.
DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED
Start at the Foot
WHOLESALE GROCERS SHOES FOR EVERY OCCASION
Father's expensive gold watch had failed him.
"I can't think what's the matter,"
"Oh, no, daddy," objected fouryear-old Henry. "Baby and I had it in the bathroom washing it all day yesterday." Uoot Owl.
The House of Quality Farmville, Virginia
Two Hundred and Seventy-one
United Grocery Company,
WHOLESALE GROCERS Sole A"'ents
CERESOTA FLOUR LIPTONS TEA AND COFFEE
BLUE RIBBON MAYONNAISE BLUE TIP MATCHES
WEBSTER CIGARS FANCY NEW YORK STATE "THISTLE BRAND'^ CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CINCO CIGARS
ALL LEADERS IN THEIR CLASSES
E. S. Shields
H. C. Crute
and County Depository
Leaders of Fashion in Ladies'
Tailored Suits and Millinery. I
Agents for the famous guar-
anteed Black Cat Hosiery, the
Drew Shoe and Capital
on the market.
VIRGINIA Our aim what
The Old Reliable Bank
Two Hundred and Seventy-two
MORING & SOLOMON General Building Contractors
"What do you
think of measuring a country's civilization
right then but
out of style now."
"Well, just see
Hubbard & Mahan The
"I have a crystal set in a match-box."
Radio Enthusiast: Fannie:
they call our language the mother-tongue?'
have a crystal
set in a ring."
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT '
ALWAYS GO TO
Shannon's Rose are the Best
Page and Shaw Candies
Farmville, Virginia Toilet Articles
Hundred and Seventy-three
TELLS THE SAME THING, BUT ALL GIRLS TELL YOU
The Rexall Store
Complete Catalog on Request
"You must be
sure to see
Paul's Cathedral and
to see since I
yes, I'll see them, but to a
Church of England."
JUST SO why do commencement?"
they call the end of a college student's
Mr. Smith: "Oh, because that is when the matter-of-fact old world commences to take the conceit out of him."
difference does that
ALL FORMS OF PRINTING FOR
V iFgmian Meals
307 Main Street
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA "Printing of Distinction'
Two Hundred and Sevenly-four
and Ice Cream
and You Please All"
ALL PRODUCTS PASTUERIZED
L. G. !
YOU ARE HUNGRY
GO ACROSS THE STREET TO
Manufacturers of Greek letter Fraternity and Special Society Jewelry, Class and School emblems, pins and rings. Special designs and estimates furnished on Fraternity and Special Club insignia on Class Pins, Rings, Medals. Loving Cups and Trophies, and on Honorary Keys. Write for the BALFOUR BLUE BOOK. The Standard Reference for Fraternity
GILLIAM'S For Eats of All Kinds
JUST ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
Stanley A. Legus
YOU WILL FIND
Tailor G. F. Butcher Co. Suits
"The Convenient Store"
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Will, the Soul of Business
the result of service rendered.
our inception we have tried to serve and produce the best in so far as it was humanly possible to carry a complete line of Ladies' Coats, do so. Call and inspect them. Suits, Dresses and Shoes.
Two Hundred and
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
A BOOK A
Work Called For and Delivered Promptly
BRISTOW The Home Decorator Special Attention to
ONE BLOCK STRAIGHT DOWN RANDOLPH STREET IN FRONT OF STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE.
SOLICITS A SHARE OF COLLEGE,
FACULTY AND STUDENT
Use Bristow's Polish
for Furniture, Floors
WEST THIRD STREET
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes
of 'Uhe T^otunda
Sandwiches, Pies, Salads, Etc.
Roger's Restaurant Third and Main
Two Hundred and
ATTENTION!! FUTURE TEACHERS j 1
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Carry Your Shoes to the
carry a complete line of Kindergar ten Supplies and Material, Crayole, School Papers, Drawing Materials and Educational Latest Maps and Globes, JohnSupplies. Get our catalogs and ston's Publications. Immeprices before placing your orders.
WHERE THEY USE THE BEST LEATHER & WORKMANSHIP
VIRGINIA SCHOOL SUPPLY CO
Them While You Wait
OGDEN STUDIO Main
Photographer for The Virginian, ig2^
Continental Hotel C. E. Chappell Co.
American and European Plan
Hot and Cold Water DEALERS
with or without Bath
Stationery, School Supplies
O. Hardaway, Proprietor Farmville, Virginia
Two Hundred and Seventy-seven iiieiiiiiiii
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Two Hundred and Seventy-eight
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Hundred and Seienly-nine
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wmmm enomving QQMPY PnOTO ENGBWERS HALF TONES
ARTISTS ^DESIGNERS ILLUSTR^ODKS-
(^^lleoGjlnnuals, fatalog^ues, etc. 208-210 FIFTH STREET