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VOLUME XX XV ANNUAL PUBLICATION

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THE STUDENTS OF

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The

presents

a

'37

of

staff

herewith diary

personal

of

your college year, hoping that in

the future you

reed and

will

recall gay, carefree

days flav-

ored with sadness and spiced with humor.

It

our sincere

is

desire that each of you feels

that this book

is

your own rec-

ord and that somewhere within these

pages you

corner which

will

find

means more

you than to anyone

else.

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46 24 26-27

A. A. Council

Alpha Kappa Gamma Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau

66-67 74-75 175 87

Appreciation Archery Association of Childhood Education. Beorc Eh Thorn Beta Pi Theta

Campus Snaps

Club Debate Club Delta Theta Alpha Dramatic Club Faculty and Administration.

Cotillion

Features

Freshman Class Freshman Class Officers. Freshman Commission

.

.

Memoriam

Mu Omega

100 81

:

62-63 84-85 77 72-73 28-29 142-146 167-168

Council

Gamma Mu

Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Sigma "Rotunda" Staff Senior

Class Senior Class History Senior Class Officers

141

Sigma Pi Rho Sigma Sigma Sigma

83 64-65 42

Sodalitas Latino

Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Officers.

105-121 .

.

Student Body Roll Student Standards Varsity Basketball Squad... Varsity Tennis Squad "Virginian" Staff C.

A

13-17 89-97 34-39 33 32

70-71 ,

Pi

W.

30-31

54-61

Monogram Club

Y,

76 52

53 124-125 43 98 130 129

May Day Committee

Pi

03

68-69 50 48-49 47 44-45 18-19 22-23 163

Junior Class Junior Class Officers Kappa Delta Pi Le Cercle Francois Magazine Staff

Orchesis Orchestra Pan-Hellenic

102

123

Psi

Theta Granddaughter's Club Hockey H,0 Club Home Economics Club Honor Council House Council In

82 131-140 88 78-79

Chi Choir Choral Club

Gamma Gamma

101

40-41

104 170-174 122 86 128 126-127 20-21


DR.

J.

L JARMAN


MISS

MARY WHITE COX


Faculty and

J.

L.

Jarman, LL. D. President

Jane Royall, B. S. Head of the

Secretary to the

Home

Mary White Cox Head

Home

of the

Warren

Mrs. Eva H.

Home

Assistant in

Department

Mrs. Hallie K. Laing

Home

Assistant in

Samuel

L.

Business

Department

Graham

Manager

Mrs. Katherine Tabb Hostess of Tea Room

Maud

K. Taliaferro

Postmistress

Mrs. Annie

F.

Shelton

Assistant to Dietitian

Mrs. Bessie Camper Jamison Dietitian

Mary M. Province Supervisor of Pantry

HOUSTEN BlACKWELL Home Department

Assistant in

ViRGILIA

I.

BUGG

Registrar

Mrs.

Mary W. Watkins

Assistant Registrar Secretai> to the President

Mary Diehl Clerk

in

Registrar's Office

Frances Lancaster Clerk

in

Registrar's Office

Winnie V. Hiner Treasurer


Administration Raymond Holliday French, B. S.,

M.

S.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

and Physics

LiSABETH PURDOM,

MuS.

B.

Music

Assistant Professor of

Carter, B. S., M. A. Grammar Grades, Campus Training School

Alice

E.

Supervisor of

T. A.

McCoRKLE,

M.

B. A.,

S.

Professor of Chemistry and

Physics

E. Stephenson, B. S., M. A.

Georgiana Supervisor,

Worsham Rural

Training School

Virginia Bedford, B. S., M. A. Assistant Professor of Fine and

Applied Arts

Ottie Craddock,

B.

A.

Assistant Professor of Fine and

Applied Arts

Frances Waters, B. S., M. A. Geography

Assistant Professor of

LiLA London, B.

S.,

M. A.

Professor of Mathematics

Olive T. Iler,

B. S.

Associate Professor of Physical

Education

Pauline Camper, B. S., m. a. Supervisor of Rural Education

Grace

B.

Moran,

B. S.,

M. A.

Associate Professor of Geography


Georgie NORRIS,

B. S.

Supervisor, Fourth Grade,

Campus Training School B. Tucker, B. A., M. A. Associate Professor of History and Social Sciences

Sarah

Bessie H. Jeter, B.

S.,

M. A.

Home

Associate Professor of

Economics

Mary

B.

Haynes,

M. A. Campus

B. S.,

Supervisor, First Grade,

Training School

Katherine Tupper, B. S., m. a. Professor of Home Economics LuciLE Jennings,

Mary Nichols,

M.

B. S.,

Assistant Professor of

S.

Enghsh

B. S.,

M.

'

S.

Assistant Professor of English

B. A., M. A. Assistant Professor of English

Nancy Foster,

WiLHELMINA LoNDON, B. S., M. A. Associate Professor of English B. Taylor, B. A., M. A. Assistant Professor of English

Mrs. Stella

Mary Clay Hiner, B. S., M. a. Professor of English

J.

M. Grainger,

M. a.

B. a.,

Professor of English

Leola Wheeler, B. A., M. A. Professor of Reading and

Dramatics E. Peck, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of History and Social Sciences

Mary

Martha W. Coulling,

L.

I.

Professor of Fine and Applied

Arts

Florence H. Stubbs, B. S., M. a. Associate Professor of History and Social Sciences

Grace

E.

Mix,

B. S.,

Assistant Principal,

M. A.

Campus

Training School Supervisor of Kindergarten


Leon

E.

Bell, B. A., M. A.

Associate Professor of Education

G. I.

W.

Jeffers, B.

S.,

M. A.

Professor of Biology

Mrs. Louise R. Fitzpatrick, B. S.,

M. A.

Assistant Professor of Physical

Education

Mary Barlow,

M. A.

B. S.,

Professor of Physical and Health

Education

M. Boyd Coyner, B. a., M. a. Professor of Education

Edith Stevens, M. A., Ph. D. Associate Professor of Biology

Alfred H. Strick Professor of Music

John B. A.,

P.

M.

Wynne, A., Ph. D.

Professor of Education

;

Director

of Teacher-Training

Samuel M. Holton, B. A., Principal of

School

;

M. A.

Campus Training

Associate Professor of Education


Minnie V. Rice Professor of Latin

Carrie

Taliaferro,

B.

B. S.,

M. A.

Professor of Mathematics

J.

Walmsley,

E.

A. M., Ph. D. Professor of History and Social Sciences

Willie R. McKee, R. N. Resident Nurse

Sibyl Henry, B. A., M. A. Supervisor, Second Grade,

Campus Training School

Bessie

Gordon

B. S.,

Jones,

M. A.

Supervisor, Rice Rural Training

School

Estelle Smithey, Professor of

B.

A.

Modern Languages

Susan W. Field, M. D. Resident Physician

Helen Draper,

M. A. Modern

B. S.,

Associate Professor of

Languages


Ai

ihe faculty meeting on

May

1936,

5,

the following resolutions

were read:

As this is the Wynne has

Dr.

tion to present at

last

appreciation of the

who

Pierce, tion

regular faculty meeting of the session of 1935-36,

appointed a committee from the Department of Educathis time for the Department a written expression of our

work of Miss Mary P. Jones and Miss Mary D.

will terminate at the

end of

We

realize that they

service to this college

outlook, devoted

formal connec-

have rendered excellent, devoted, and untiring

and

spirit,

to the

cause of education

with their advice,

in the

hfe of the community.

we know

Feeling that they are our friends, us

in their constructive

kindly helpfulness to students, loyal cooperation

with their colleagues, and vital interest

help

this session their

with the college.

and we

sincerely

strenuous activities after retirement they

may

that they will continue to

hope that find

in

their

less

a large measure of

happiness.

We in the

move, as a committee, that a copy of

this

expression be recorded

minutes of the Faculty, and that copies thereof be signed by the

President of the

College

and the Secretary of

the

Faculty and be

presented to Miss Jones and Miss Pierce.

Grace S.

M.

E. Mix,

M. HOLTON, B.

COYNER,

for the Committee.


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Bonnie Lane

OFFICERS Bonnie Lane

President

Claire Eastman

Vice-President

Elizabeth Morris

Secretary

Marjorie Robertson

Treasurer

SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES Minnie Smith Polly Ware

JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES Josephine Quinn Caroline Upshur

SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Charlotte Minton Katherine Roberts

Dorothy Buckland

Campus League Chairman

FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE Esther Beebe

EX-OFFICIO Dorothy

Wise...

Frances Hudgins

Martha Hamlet..

President of the Y.

W.

C.

A.

......President of the Athletic Association

President of

House Council


It

is

something

uphold and part of

it

friendship,

which

the best of

anyone

The its spirit

to right:

to

Robertson.

right:

herself shall

Honor System, something

of this Student

Body

is

Nothing good

best

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

living

weave

that

is

up

is

God

Wonder how

ever

lost.

our college

is

Everyone who performs within her,

life to

what our Honor System

make

calls for.

is

it

May we

Upshur, Roberts, Minton, Beebe.

Ha

et,

creating a

fine.

always, as a challenge and a guide.

Buckland, Quinn, Ware, Smilh, Eastman, Lane, Wise,

Well,

small enough to seem to lose

if it is

to the best that

itself into

to

a Uving

bring no discord into the song of

play, but only the finest harmony.

beautiful, even

is

the crowd.

feeling that will

left

is

work and

some task nobly,

Standing, left

our

each part can be beautiful when they are so unequally divided?

itself in

Seated,

of,

Each member

and, signing the code of honor, promises to herself and to

that the part

^Ul4t /,

be proud

to

to cherish.

Hudgins, Morris,

keep


Left

to

right:

Lane, Seward,

Shipplett,

Wise, Montgomery, Plummer.

Young Women's Motto: "Not by

Christian Association

might, nor by power, but by

saith the

my

spirit,

Lord of Hosts."

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS — — Shipplett

Dorothy Wise Elizabeth

President ....Vice-President

Nan Seward

5ecre(ar\j

Plummer

Isabel

Treasurer

Ruth Montgomery

Freshman Counselor

The Y. W. C. A. is a fellowship of women students and who are seeking full and creative life for themselves and for all the

The Y. W. C. A. Young Women's

desire to realize full

declares

its

purpose to be:

"We,

the

faculty

people.

members of

Christian Association of Farmville, unite in the

and creative

life

through a growing knowledge of

God."

"We

determine

to

have a part

in

making

this

life

possible

people."

"In

•20-

this task

we

seek to understand Jesus and follow him."

for

all


COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Dorothy Price Margaret Carroll Virginia Agee Marion Pond Caroline Upshur

Membership and Alumnae

_

Prayers Service

Church Cooperation

World Fellowship Music

Virginia Ritchie...

Powell

LiviAN

Social

Carter Belle Munt Merwyn Gathright

Sing Publicity

Town

Helen Glass Bonnie

Cirls

Ex-Ojficio

Lane....

ADVISORY BOARD Dr. George

W. Jeffers

Chairman

Miss E. Lucile Jennings

Miss

Mary Nichols

M. Boyd Coyner

We

are reminded that our

lives,

which we would

very simple any more.

We

the lives of millions of

men and women

which we are

all

bound

live in relation to those to

together,

is

whom we

to live creatively except as

live fully, are not

are forced to live affected by

we

it

are

Since our

daily.

and life

affecting is

one

possible to live fully except as

bound

sense in a real

in

daily life?

way

complex patterns and currents and put ourselves

in

Is

it

in

we

possible

our relation to these tune with the rhythm

of life?

We

can grow only as

we

identify

ourselves

with

and sense our

All must work together to build a beautiful world before finding and sharing life any of us can be truly rich and creative in our lives. This is the challenge of the Y. W. C. A. to the school and world today. relation

Baclj: ron), left io right:

Front row,

left

to

riaht:

to

all

the elements in the

life

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

of our world.

Powell, Munt, Pond, Ritchie, Agee, Gathright, Carroll. Price, Glass, Upshur.


House Council OFFICERS Martha Hamlet

President

Dudley Allen

Vice-President

Zaida Thomas

Secretary

HOUSE PRESIDENTS Dudley Allen

Elizabeth Burke

Marguerite Blackwell

Elsie

Frankie Bryan

Rebecca Virginia

Dodd Gillette

Hannah

HALL PRESIDENTS Louise Anthony

Henrietta Ivers

Lucy

Mary

Baskerville

Sara Beale

Jackson

Bessie Mitchell

Mabel Burton

Kitty Morrison

Margaret Carroll

Jennie

Helen Callihan

Virginia Scanlan

Virginia

Mary

Coleman

Rock

Frances Simpson

Ellen Conyers

Marguerite Snell

Violet Cross

Rose Somers

Louise

Eubank

Bacli roa,

Front

Elizabeth Watterson

lefi lo righl

:

ron>, lefi to right:

Cross, Blackwell, Gillette, Morrison, Hamlet, Rock, Scanlan, Eubank.

Burton, AntKony, Baskerville, Thomas, Callihan, Somers.


BacI^ rom,

Front

left

to

right:

ron., left to right:

Burke, Snell, Jackson, Mitchell, Jeffrey,

and

Click, click,

the

off

sounded

thirty bell has

all

Ivers,

Hannah,

Allen, Conyers, Coleman, Simpson.

Carroll, Bryan,

go

lights

throughout

and the

peal,

its

Dodd.

busy day with the familiar phrase, should be asleep.

They

else to do.

Sleep

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

who

are the girls

yell,

when

make

life

reminder

necessary for these

follows on as these.

they

heels.

its

No

one

there

is

anything

play radios too loud during

and

bell,

regret

they go stumbling, sleepy-eyed, to breakfast.

a miserable is

reminding that

out,"

when

girls,

study hour or afterwards, or even wash after light next morning,

Of

the hall presidents lead.

Study

likes that.

girls,

hall

ten-

and house presidents end

"lights

never for some

The

dormitories.

all

hall

it

the

What

course a gentle

and most of the time a call-down

looms over the heads of

One whole

week, a

just

such

girls

definite place to study,

a definite length of time, no talking, no laughing, no letter writing, nothing

but deathly silence and bored study.

Besides

this

duty, the

sider of equal importance,

and

the girls, in case Johnnie

would

permission and ing elsewhere. for the

we were

Of

What

a miserable

House Council has another that

studying

is

to

call, in

know

or

just

one,

life!

which we con-

where they may

Mother would

find

call to give a

another building or attending a meet-

course these calls

would never be

got,

if

it

wasn't

House Council.

Heartfelt

workers.

A

appreciation

is

extended

to

this

untiring

body of hard

desire to cooperate with other organizations, tact, patience,

understanding, and thoughtful consideration are just some of the attributes of the

House Council.


Back

roTÂť. left lo right:

lin,

Miss Mix, Eastman, Miss Royall, Lane, Miss Stubbs, McGloth-

Hamlet.

Middle TOW,

left lo

Front row, sealed,

Gillette, Shipplett, Morns, Thomas. Slater, Dortch, Leonard, Bowles, Baker.

Wise, Bean,

right:

left

to right:

Gamma

Alpha Kappa To

foster

and recognize that quality which distinguishes the leader

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

this is the two-fold purpose of Alpha Kappa from her followers national honorary fraternity for leadership. The true leader humbly seeks service, devoting her talents for the good of others. Alpha Kappa Gamma embodies the spiritual virtues of service, modesty, and forgetfulness of self-ambition in the urge to give to its Alma Mater and

Gamma,

the individuals with

whom

it

contacts the best

has to give.

it

JOAN CIRCLE Honorary Fraternit}) Founded in

in 1

Leadership

928

State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

:

ACTIVE MEMBERS Ruth Montgomery

Virginia Baker Virginia

Elizabeth Morris Ruth Phelps

Bean

Mary Bowles Margaret Dortch Claire

Eastman

Isabel

Plummer

Jane Royall

Victoria Gillette Jennie Belle Gilliam

Elizabeth Shipplett Mary Elizabeth Slater

Martha Hamlet Miss Winnie V. Hiner Bonnie Lane Virginia Leonard

Zaida Thomas

Mary Louise

Harrison Vaughan

Walmsley

Dorothy Wise

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Miss Grace E. Mix Miss Mary Clay Hiner Miss Mary Nichols Miss Olive T. Her Miss Florence Stubbs

HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Charles Hall Davis Miss Lula O. Andrews Miss Ellen Glasgow Miss Adele Clark Mrs. Anna Hyatt Huntington Miss Mary White Cox Mr. Archer Milton Huntington


Circus

— —

Mob scene pink lemonade pop corn confetti, and Will's yelling, The circus of course! Barnum and "La-dies and g-e-e-n-tlemen" Bailey brought right to our own gymnasium. In rapid succession came various stunts, "Martins and the Coys," songs, freaks from all over the vv^orld, a political rally, and trained animals. Then came the crowning of the circus queen. What a coronation with two queens to wear the crown! At one end of the gym we saw the junior "Black Cat Inn" with cokes and cakes; at the other, the senior dance booth with a nickelodeon wailing "Organ Grinder's Swing." games of chance, movie stars, and fortune tellers.

On both sides were And such barkers as

each had!

Oh! evening

was when

it

a gala occasion without a care in sight, for it was the one for a while we might turn back the hands of time and

enjoy again the

The Jeep Clowns

.

.

.

all

Hillbilly

Band

of 'em!

...

Leaders of the Jazz

A

couple

of

.

.

frivolities of

our happy, light-hearted childhood.

.

old-fashioned

girls!

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Standing, left lo right: McAllister, Vassar, Phelps, McGlolhlin. Seated: Morris, Alsop.

Alpha Phi Sigma DELTA CHAPTER Honorary

FralernitX! for Scholarship Installed"!

State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

930

Publication: **The

News

Letter'*

MASTER'S DEGREE Kathryn Jamison Lloyd Kelly

Bonnie Lane Meriel

McAllister

Madeline McGlothlin Katharine Milby

Norvell Montague Elizabeth Morris

Ruth Phelps Lois Vassar

APPRENTICE DEGREE Caroline Alsop

Belh Barnard Evelyn Beale

Gwendolyn

Bell

Marguerite Blackwell Edna Bolick Patlie

Bounds

Virginia Price Elizabeth Prince

Louise Foster

Pattie Jeffreys

Marguerite Snell

Mildred Gentry Victoria Gillette Jennie Belle Gilliam

Doris Miller Elizabeth Roberts Eurlean Rosser

David Terry

Anna Snow Ramsey Ruth Read Lucille Rhodes Sara Buchanan

Mary Alice Glass Anne Graham

Dorothy Rudder Margaret Russell Mary Ann Sanderson Kathleen Sawyer

Frances S.

Thomas

Elizabeth Tyree

Edna Walden Elizabeth Wilkerson Dorothy Wright Sidney Yonce

Florence Bress Charlotte Morton

Ethel Burgess Sara Button Louise Chandler

Marguerite York

Ann Dugger

Sarah Hayes LeNoir Hubbard

Willis Scott

Mary Wanda

Nan Seward

Janie Lee

Martha Floyd

Cornelia Jeffress

Virginia Whitehead SmitS

Porlerfield

Dorothy Price

Martha Hamlet Edith

Hammack

Young

NOVICE DEGREE Virginia

A

Kathleen

(i

Bailey Elizabeth Ball

Ruby Bane Lavelette Glenn

Thelma Houpe

Virginia

Louise Iva Jones Clara Nottingham Elizabeth Berryman Mary Rives Black

Katherine

Boyd Boyetle

Margaret Britton Nancy Cooley Louise Dejarnette

Ware

Brenda Doppelt

Lucille

Livian Powell Virpinia Ritchie

Elizabeth Watterson Elizabeth Wilson Virginia Yager

Beckie Sandidge Shelton

Feme


Alpha Phi Sigma It is

is

a national honorary fraternity for scholarship.

the only honor society in the college to

upon matriculation.

which freshmen are

eligible

Salutatorians and valedictorians of high schools are

automatically ehgible for membership.

Students

in college

who make

a

high scholastic record are also eligible for membership.

Standing,

left

to

right:

Button,

Kelly,

Lane, Milby. Seated: Montague, Miss Draper.

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The Rotunda REPORTERS

STAFF Virginia Bean

Editor-in-Chief

Anderson

Lillian

Elsie Cabell

Business

Manager

Elizabeth Roberts Virginia

-

Hannah

Nems

Editor

Editorials

Mary Harrison Vaughan

Features

Minnie Smith

....Socials

ASSISTANT EDITORS Doris Miller

Literary

Mabel Burton

Inez Chappeli

Nan Seward

Virginia

Cox

Ann Dugger

Beckie Sandidge

Emma

Vivian

Easley

Agee

Nervs

Columnist

Back

<"<"".

Middle

'e/i (o rig/ii:

roll),

Pattie Jeffreys

Merwyn

Johnnie Lybrook

Gathright

LeNoir Hubbard

Pattie

Bounds

Berniece Jones

Helen

Jeffries

Madeline McGlothlin

Ada

Marguerite Snell

Front row,

lefl to right:

Sanford

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Chief T})pist

Anderson, Grace Allen Pittard, Lois Vassar, Janie Scaggs, Frances Lyons

Mary Hubard,

Lillian

MANAGERS Ruth Phelps Florence Bress

Assistant Business

Manager

Circulation

Manager

.Assistant Circulation

Manager

Mamie Roberts

Assistant Circulation

Manager

Willis Scott

Assistant Circulation

Manager

Yager

Ebel, Jeffreys, Johnson, Lybrook.

lefl io right:

Womack

Vera Ebel

Sports

Intercollegiate

Lois Vassar

Helen Reiff

Marian Hardin

Virginia

28-

Joyner

Librarian

Elizabeth Carroll

Rock

Kathleen Sawyer

Assistants:

Jacqueline Johnson

Jennie

Louise Chandler

Mary

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Livian Powell

Dudley Allen

Sanford, Seward, Hubbard, Sawyer, Vassar.

Hannah, Smith, Bean, Roberts,

Jones,

Vaughan.


To

and as a means of expression of

serve as a chronicle of events

journalistic

talent

purpose of The Rotunda, the weekly news-

the

is

publication of S. T. C.

of ad-selling and circulation. those interested in

initiates

such journalistic interests as news and

It fosters

and makeup, and

feature writing, headline writing,

The the

the business angles

close proximity of the printing office

hnotype and various other phases of

newspaper editing and publishing.

The Rotunda endeavors campus, as well as students

to reflect the current attitudes of the S.

to cooperate in

and administration.

Its

policy

other articles as are appreciated and sensationalism, radicalism,

The

minorities.

problems actually

editorial felt

spirit is

to publish only

welcomed by

r

Ill

staff

of

The Rotunda attempts

1

to

present

f

#

^

.2H r

7

1

H^B

such news and

readers, avoiding

within the student activities.

3

:

its

and extreme viewpoints which represent small

^Tm -.y,i=rsa!

T. C.

with the aims and ideals of

El

i

1

If

Back row, Middle Front

left to righl:

roV), left

to

right

roiÂť, left to right:

Womack, Yager, :

Roberts, Snell, Miller, Allen.

Phelps, Bress. Burton, Powell, Easley. Reiff,

Hardin, Cabell, Pittard, Scott.

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First row, left to right:

Second row, Third row,

Seiber, Moore,

left to right: left

to

right:

McCann.

Davies, Quinn, Hill, Miss Wheeler, Walker, Plummer. Smilh, McGlothlin, Thompson, Rock, Young.

Dramatic Club OFFICERS

The Dramatic Club was founded

Fletcher Walker

President

It

about thirty years ago.

has gradually become larger, including more students

who

desire dramatic training in college.

Josephine Quinn Lelia Hill

yke-President

.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Secretary

There are develop

in

its

three

outstanding purposes of the club:

members and

appreciation for the best in

Madeline McGlothlin

Treasurer

to

its

members

for the

in

drama;

Wheeler

Adviser

in the various

to give

to

community an an opportunity

development of special talent

phase of play production; and

Miss Leola

the college

to serve the college

in

any

by aiding

entertainments put on by classes and organi-

zations.

HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS

There

Marjorie Thompson

Acting

are eight departments in the club, representing the

various phases

Staging

play production,

Mildred Davies Marion Pond

)

Weekly departmental

of play production.

meetings are held for the purpose of learning the theory of

Kathleen McCann

a/t

u

^

many

During

year.

)

which

is

applied in

the

presentation

of

one-act plays and two full length plays throughout the the

1936-'37

session

the

Dramatic Club

"Mary, the Third" by Rocheal Crothers and "Cradle Song" by Gregoris and Mario Martinez Sierra.

presented

Isabel

Plummer

Janie Lee

Young

Costume Lighting

Another major

activity of the

Dramatic Club

is

the annual

Southside Virginia Dramatic Tournament for high schools.

Marie Moore.... Virginia

Whitehead Smith

..Property

Business

About

fifteen schools

of larger schools,

Jennie Rock â&#x20AC;˘30-

Room

Keeper

compete

in the

production of one-act

plays, a silver cup being given to the winner in the group

A

lot

and another

in the

group of smaller schools.

of work, yes, but there's fun in full measure


MEMBERS Martha Meade Hardaway

Doris Adkins

Dorothy Adkins Virginia

Agee

Frances Alvis Beverley Baptist May Bales Evelyn Beale Sara Melba Beale Wilma Beaton

Hardy

Betty

Harwood

Geraldine Hatcher Rose Allen Higginbolham Leiia Hill

Marguerite Blackwell

Annie Watson Holden Musse Hoyer LeNoir Hubbard

Ruth Boaz

Frances Hulcheson

Edna Bolick

Cecile Hyde Virginia Epps Irby

Helen Bell

Elizabeth Booth Pattie

Frances Irving

Bounds

Katherine Boyelle Kitty Brooks Dorothy Buckland Ethel Burgess Mabel Burton Maxine Burks

Elizabeth Butler Sarah Button Juanita Callis Kathryn Carlton Elizabeth Carroll Frances Carroll Margaret Carroll

Deiha Pope Chamblis

'

Betty

Jane Hardy Mildred Harry

Frances Channell Mary Willson Clarke Ellen Conyers Mary Joyner Cox

Evelyn Crenshaw Ruth Crumley Mildred Davies Erna Dickerson Kitly Dix Anne Dugger Sudie Dunton Marie Eason

Virginia Jarman Cornelia Jeffress

Helen Jeffries Eugenia Jolly Nora Jones Edith Kaylor Sara Keesee Lou Ella La Fon Susan Lane Nellwyn Latimer Johnny Lybrook Frances Lyons Meriel McAllister Kathleen McCann

Judith Gathright

Frances Gaskins

Alpha Lee Garnett Jennie Belle Gilliam

May Raney

Eugenia Reeves Elizabeth Roberts Marjorie Robertson Anthelia Robinelte Jennie Rock Anne Hurlt Ross

Marguerite Russ Frances Lee Russow Katherine Ryburn Becky Sandidge Ada Sanford Virginia Scanlan Philippa Schlobohm

Anne

Scott

Pauline Scott Ruth Sears

Martha Seitz Nan Seward Beverley Sexton Margaret Sheffey JaneMe Shelor

Anna

Shiflett

Elizabeth Sieber Elizabeth Smith Estelle

Smith

Virginia Whitehead Smith

Madeline McGlothlin Martha McKinstry

Rose Somers Margaret Stallard

Anna Maxey

Frances Steed Jean Taylor Nancy Taylor

Katherine Maynard Mary Ellen Mims Norvell Montague

Lorena Moomaw Marie Moore Kitty Morrison Elizabeth L. Moss

Martha Floyd

Macon Raine Julia

Martha McCorkle

Elizabeth Morris

Margaret Etheridge Caroline Faris Dorothy Fischer

Elizabeth Prince Josephine Quinn

Margaret Motley Carter Belle

Munt

Kathryn Newman Clara Nottingham Ruby Parson Virginia Lee Pettis Clara Pinckard

Nancy Gray Martha Gwaltney

Hoag Mary Hale

Eleanore

Plummer Marion Pond Isabel

Dorothy Price Margaret Pritchard

Marjorie Thompson

Nan Throckmorton Virgmia Tilman Nan Page Trent Ella

Wade

Kitty Walden Fletcher Walker

Nell

Ward

Grace Waring Eloise Whitley

Eloise Williams

Margaret Williams Isabel Williamson Elizabeth George Wilsin Lula Rouse Windham Virginia

Woodward

Sidney Yonce Janie Lee

Martha Hamlet

MARY THE

David Terry

Young

THIRD" -31-


Sac^

left to right:

roll),

Middle

roll),

Front ToiÂť:

left

to

Windham, Baldwin, Hardy.

right:

Powell, Whitley, Minter, Taylor, Andrews, Schlobohm, Raine, Montgomery.

Nimmo, Eason.

Freshman Commission Hope Minter

Chairman

Marjorie Nimmo

....Secretary

Nancy Taylor.

.Treasurer

Ruth Montgomery

Freshman Counselor

Mr. Boyd Coyner

Adviser

MEMBERS Shirley

Macon Raine

Andrews

Philippa Schlobohm

Jane Baldwin Marie Eason Elizabeth

Nancy Taylor Jean Watts Eloise Whitley Lula Windham

Hardy

Hope Minter Marjorie

Nimmo

EX-OFFICIO Jane Powell

The Freshman Commission is composed of twelve girls chosen by popular vote from the freshman class. The purpose of this organization is to bring about a closer relationship between the freshman class and the Y. W. C. A. Many of its activities are closely connected with the work of the Y. W. C. A. The Service Committee of the Y. W. C. A. calls upon the Freshman Commission to help deliver baskets of food and to serve in the soup kitchen at the Training School. Several customs of Farmville originated with

Hanging of

this organization,

such

Greens and SunJap Morning Watch. Each year the Commission gives a Japanese Bazaar as a means of obtaining money. This year the Bazaar was given in the form of a Japanese tea, at which unique articles from Japan were sold. as the

the


^^t^iAman

Left

to

right:

Jane

Powell,

Dot Eades, Treasurer; Vice-President;

Miss

President,

Martha Bedford,

man; Harriette Vaden, Secretary.

Seitz,

Class-


First

Row

Jacqueline

Adams Ruby Adams Jane Allen

Second Roiv

Jeanne Allen Louise Allen

Edith Alphin

Martha Scales Allen

Frances Alvis Vivian Anderson

Row

Third

Virginia Allen Shirley

Andrews

Nan Armistead

Evelyn Bailey

JuHa Ayres

Irene Bailey

Jane Baldwin Fourth

Row

Dorothy Bailey Beverley Baptist

Wilma Beaton

Lois Barbee

Esther Beebe

Frances Barnes

May

Eleanor Bell Fifth

Row

Bates

Helen Bell

Lucy Blackwell

Selma Berry Ellen

Bowen

Ann

Billups

Edith Bradshaw

Margaret Black Doris Brandis Louise Breckinridge Janice Britts

Mary

Brookfield


First

Rot)

Nancy Bryant Katherine Brosius Elizabeth

Bundy

Second Roiv

Hazel

Wood

Burbank

Mildred Callis

Willie Burge

Virginia Louise Campbell

Alice Burroughs

Ruth Cansler

Row

Third

Sudie Dunton

Irma Carpenter

Edna Church

Margaret Carr Jean Clark

Dolly Carson

Martha Clarke Fourth

Row

Doris Chesnut Elizabeth Cline

Laura Nell Crawley

Helen Cline

Evelyn Crenshaw

Bernice Copley

Agnes Crockett Fifth

Row

Marguerite Costello Katherine Cross

Marie Dix

Iva

Cummings

Charlotte Doggett

Mary Margaret

Dowdy

Louise Cunningham

Frances

De

Berry

Sarah Drinkard Sally Kerr

Dunlap

Gwendolyn Dunton Betty Bush

-35-


First

Row

Dorothy Eades

Marie Eason Margaret Eckford Katherine Edwards

Second Rotv

Marcie Etheridge

Louise Faulconer

Beulah Ettenger

Marguerite Faulconer

Caroline Paris

Alice Ferguson

Marion Farley

Jeanette Ferguson

Third Rotv

Dorothy Fischer

Dorothy Goodwyn Katherine E.

Madeline Fleshman

Gray

Nancy

Katherine N. Gray

Fourth Betty

Row

Judith Gathright Eloise

Hardy

Gwaltney

'

Jane Hardy

Eleanor

Betty Harr

Row

Betty

Haag Martha Meade Hardaway Marion Harden

Dorothy Harman Fifth

Fontaine

Elizabeth Greig

Betty Harrell

Harwood

Helen Byrd Harris

Dorothy Hastings

Katherine Harrison

Geraldine Hatcher

Mildred Harry

Edith Heermance

Ehzabeth Hoge

Mary

Louise Holland

Hazel Holmes Kathryn Howell

36-


First

RoTv

Helen Hoyer

Mary Page Huff Margaret James

Second

Row

Chlotilde

Jarman

Martha Jones

Helen Sara

Jeffries

Agnes Jennings

Justis

Sara Keesee

Brownie Johnson

Third RoTV

Elizabeth Kent

Lou

Josephine Libby

Ella

Johnnie Lybrook

Row

Janet

Lemmon

Ehzabeth Le Grand

Martha McCorkle Martha McKinstry

Essie Millner

Hope Minter Mary Walker Fifth

B. Jones

Warren Land

Elizabeth Lints

Fourth

Anna La Fon

Row

Mary Mahone Mitchell

Katherine

Catherine

Nancy Moss

Lorana Kathryn

Mavor

Moomaw

Newman

Anna Maxey

Moomaw Ann Moore

Marjorie

Nimmo Mary Kathryn

Edna Moore Nininger

Laura Morris

Mary Anna Nottingham Patty Orr

Mildred

Owen Sue

Owen -37-


First

Row

Sue Pack Louise Palmer Ella Parks

Second

Row

Isabel

Mary Parr Ruby Parson

Rosalie Perkins

Catherine Payne

Virginia Lee Pettis

Katherine Perry

Virginia Policy

Row

Third

Frances Pope

Jane Powell

Eugenia Reeves

Lois Powell

Helen Reiff

Ruth Fourth

Curtis

Macon Raine

Robeson

Row

Anne Hurtt Ross Marguerite Russ

Virginia Savage

Frances Lee Russow

Philippa Schlobohm

Anne Fifth

Row

Ada

Scott

Sanford

Pauline Scott

Mary Sue Simmons

Rosabel Seay

Martha

Prince Smith

Seitz

Janelle Shelor

Thelma Smith

Myra Smith Micou Sneed Olivia Stephenson

-38-


First

Row

Cornelia Story

Mary

Louise Stoutamire

Georgie Stringfellow

Second

Rcw

Mary

Catherine Sturgis

Nancy Taylor

Rachel Trent Virginia

Tuck

Vera Thomas Harriette

Vaden

Aubra Thomas

Row Nell Ward

Third

Ella

Wade Agnes Waggstaff

Fumi Wakayama

Grace Waring Frances Warriner

Fourth

Row

Virginia Wallner

Kathryn Watkins Jean Watts

Eloise Whitley

Elizabeth Wilkinson

Dorothy

Webb

Anne Williams Fifth

Row Lula

Annabel Westcott Margaret Williams

Windham

Isabel

Williamson

Ehza Wise

Elizabeth Wilson

Ora Wilson

Evelyn Woltz Vivian

Womack Sudie Yager

Neva Yancy

-39-


Bacl( rovi, Ufl

Front

to right

ron>, left to right

Bounds, Spencer, Vassar, Allen Seward, Cabell, Rhodes, Price, Lewis. Lane, Roberts, York, Glass, Baker

Thomas

Beorc Eh Thorn Honorary Society

in

English

Founded 1935 State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

OFFICERS

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Dorothy Price Zaida Thomas

.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

President

Vice-President

Louise Lewis

Secretars

Lois Vassar..

Treasurer

Carter Belle

Munt

Corresponding-Secretary

Pattie Jeffreys

..Historian

There are some of us who have showed unusual in creative

writing and in literary study.

Eh Thorn, which

is

a local honorary society.

the purpose of promoting

and

interest

and

ability

These students compose Beorc It

was organized

for

and encouraging extra-curricular reading, study,

creative writing in all hterary forms.

The members

of the society

enjoy the stimulus given by individual and group criticism and appreciation.

-40.


ACTIVE MEMBERS Munt

Dudley Allen

Carter Belle

Virginia Baker

Ruth Phelps

Elsie Cabell

Dorothy Price

Frances Collie

Lucile Rhodes

Helen Glass

Ehzabeth Roberts

Dorothy Hudson

Nan Seward

Pattie Jeffreys

Mary

Lloyd Kelly

Dorothy Spencer

Bonnie Lane

Zaida Thomas

Louise Lewis

Lois Vassar

Mary

Elizabeth Slater

Mary

Adeliene McGlothlin

Harrison Vaughan

Marguerite York

FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Nancy Foster

Mr. James Grainger Miss

Mary Clay Hiner

Miss Lucile Jennings Miss Wilhelmina London Miss

Mary

Mrs. Stella Taylor

Bacl( ron), left

lo

Front row, Uft

lo right:

right:

Beale, Yager, Bland, Terry, Prince, Jeffreys,

Walden,

Collie.

Buckland, Montague, Miller, Phelps, Black.

Nichols


Sodalitas Latina Colors:

Motto:

Ivory and

Gold

Flower:

Laurel

Publication: "Tributum'

Excelsior,

OFFICERS Elizabeth Morris

"Who

President

Vice-President

Beautiful Christmas wishes in Latin?

Romans

say the

Sue Baynard

Secretary

Katherine Milby

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

If

Lois Barbee

Sue Baynard Evelyn Beale Frances Collie

Mary Wanda

Jacqueline Davis Sally

Emilia Ellis

Dorothy Rudder Jane Saunders Margaret Sheffey Janie Lee Young Margaret Via

Beulah Ettenger Frances Holloway Thelma Houpe Le Noir Hubbard Jeffries

Back rom.

left

Hubbard.

Middle row,

Why,

Don't

is,

if

incredible!

to

right:

to

right:

I

in

you

thought

..."

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

the

modernism of

hair style?),

And

you are not taking

hesitate because

interested in Latin,

there's a place

for

club meets only once a month, but the accom-

Miss America of

fights in the

or the classics,

you'll join Sodalitas Latina,

plishments of that one meeting!! facts

it's

that prosaic

1

936

the is

the origin of

Roman

Lo,

it

reveals wonderful

Romans (would you

believe

copying Miss Ancient Rome's

many

of our holidays, and the

Senate (ours are practically duplicates).

there's the beautiful, the

immortal love

story.

.

.

.

That's the theme of the play Sodalitas Latina helped put on. 'Tisn't idle talk in

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;we

really

do

all

these things,

Sodahtas Latina.

Holloway, Ellis, Beale, Barnard, Rudder, Collie, Ettenger, Reid, Sheffey, Yager, Allen, Porterfield, Roberts, Prince.

Bell, Barbee, S.

left to right:

left

Carlton.

-42-

That

ycu are

The

you.

.

Yager

Sudi

Front rom,

If

Porterfield

Pauline Reid Elizabeth Roberts

Dunlap

Helen

Latin.

Katherine Milby Elizabeth Morris Charlotte Morton Ruth Phelps Catherine Pilcher

Dudley Allen

.

you had such an idea about Latin,

you'll be forgiven. the Latin Club.

MEMBERS

.

And

course you did, but for every mistaken idea, there's

a cure.

Miss Minnie V. Rice

used slang?

Latin was that dead

Of

A Valentine party

ever heard of a Latin joke?

Latin style?

Ruth Phelps

Miss Rice, Milby, Phelps. Davis, Faulconer, Harden, Morton,

Mo

Houpe, Via, Walden,

Shipplett,

and more,


Back row, left to right: M. McAllister, M. Hoyer, E. Ellis, M. Mims, L. Faulconer, S. Button, N. Seward, H. Harris, P. Ware, V. Pettis, M. Thomas, M. Via. ScconJ ron., hit to right: C. Wood, L. Barbee, M. McCorkle, L, Windham, H. Reiff, A. Wescolt. S. Keesee, J. Cogsdale, M. Woolfolk, E. Greene, F. Collie. Front row, left to right: G. Piltard, J. Saunders, M. Evans, M. Faulconer, M. Eckford, M. Etheridge, E. Smith, N. Putney.

M.

Black, E. Lewis,

M.

Black,

Le Cercle Fraiicais La

Fleur:

Fleur-de-lis

Les Couleurs: Rouge

La

Devise:

et

bleu

Noblesse oblige

LE BUREAU Margaret Black.

Presidente

Martha Floyd

Vice-Presidente

Mary

elle

Frances Collie

Margaret Eckford

Musse Hoyer

Emiha

Sara Keesee Ella B. Lewis

Ellis

Margaret Etheridge

The students

purpose of Le Cercle Francais

and those who are

opportunity

to

learn

interested

through

social

Tresoriere

Pianisie

Mademoiselle Smithey

Mademoiselle Nichols

LES Margaret Black Mary Rives Black Sarah Button Josie Lee Cogsdale

.Secretaire .

MEMBRES HONORAIRES

Dr

Beulah Ettenger Martha Evans Louise Faulconer Marguerite Faulconer Elsie Greene Helen Byrd Harris

Lois Barbee

Lewis

B.

Rives Black....

LES Made

Ella

Delha Pope Chambliss.

MEMBRES Meriel McAllister

Elizabeth Smith Frances Thomas

Martha McCorkle

Mary

Mary

Margaret Via

Ellen

Mims

Ware

Virginia Lee Pettis

Polly

Grace Allen Pittard Nellie Putney Helen Reiff

Annabel Wescott Lula Windham

Jane Saunders

Marjorie Woolfolk

Catherine

Wood

Nan Seward

the

French language an

games, and customs of the French, and to help them gain a fuller understanding and appreciation of the language

contact

some songs.

itself.

is

to give the

in


Kneeling,

Ramsay, S. Beale, Montgomery, Moss, Motley, Kelly, Thomas, Holden,

left to right:

Agee, Seated, left

Etter, Jolly, Cover, Smith. to

Greene, Thorpe, Scott, Plummer, Gilliam, Berryman, Padgett, Bolick.

right:

Home Economics

Club

OFFICERS Isabel

Plummer

....President

Jennie Belle Gilliam

.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Will Scott

Secretar\)

One all

bright

the girls

"eye" trail

day some genius was

who seemed

for this future

of hot biscuits?

he

to

knowing This

is

-44-

this

matter?

From

this

and Treasurer

inspired with an idea of "corrahng"

lost in future drearas.

that "the

way

to a

good phychology.

sock to be darned or a button to be sewed on.

about

.Vice-Presidenl

Did

they have an

man's heart"

Then,

there's

Why

nucleus the club evolved and

is

the

always a

rot be scientific is still

evolving.

Jeffr


Kneeling, left lo right: Putney, Glenn. Sealed,

left to right:

M.

Beale, Dawson, Graham, Tindall, Bounds, Jones, Hunter, Ficklen, Minion.

Murden, Hoge, Bland,

Stallard,

Anthony, Alsop, Allgood.

MEMBERS Virginia

Agee Louise Algood

Eugenia Jolly

Caroline Alsop

Anne

Anna Leigh

Frances Kent

Louise Jones

Bailey

Kelly

Sara Melba Beale

India Martin

Elizabeth Berryman

Charlotte

Rebecca Bland

Ruth Montgomery

Edna

Elizabeth

Bolick

Martha

Moss

Sarah Motley

Ruth Crumley Yetive

Mmton

Mabel Murden

Dawson

Marie Padgett

Etter

Plummer

Miriam Ficklen

Isabel

Jennie Belle Gilliam

Mary Virginia Putney Anna Ramsey

Lavellette

Glenn

Anne Graham

Will Scott

Helen Greene

Virginia Smith

Katherine Habel

Margaret Stallard

Annie Watson Holden

Frances

Nancy Hunter

Margaret Thorp

Thomas

Elizabeth Tindall

Doris Johnson

Lucy Walker


Athletic

Association Council wish

I

to express

my

appre-

and thanks to the A. A. Council, Managers of Sports, the Student Body, and Faculty for their cooperation and ciation

untiring willingness

to

work

which has characterized

this

year's outstanding athletic achievements. I am proud to

have had the opportunity of fine a group

workmg with so and hope they

will

always

remember

"For when comes

To

the great Scorer

write against our name.

matters not whether

It

won or lost. But how we played

we the

game."

Olive T. Iler, Coach.

Sianding

Sealed:

:

Carroll, Secretary; Miss Iler, Coach.

Eastham, Vice-President; Gilliam, Treasurer; Hudgins, President.

SPORTS MANAGEFIS Firsl row, left to right: Burton, Minor Sports; Phelps, Baseball; Cabell, Tennis; Eastham, Basketball. Second row, left to right; Jarman, Assistant Basketball; Berryman, Field and Track; Bowles, Hockey; Vaden, Assistant Hockey; Smith, Volley Ball. Third row, left to right; Bolick, Lacrosse; Yonce, Swimming; Sears, Assistant Tennis; Burks, Archery.

si^ tvi. -46-

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H,0 Club OFFICERS Frances Hudgins

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

-â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Mary Bowles

-..Manager

-

Business

Manager

MEMBERS Mary Bowles Cassie Boswell

Margaret Britton Virginia Carroll

Frances Hudgins Norvell Montague Isabel

Plummer

Sidney Yonce

ADVISER Mrs. Fitzpatrick

Swimming has of sports."

For

definitely gained a place this year in Farmville's

the

Athletic Council.

first

This

is

"world

has been represented by a manager on the indeed a notable step. Also, two meets occupy

time

it

places on the calendar of events. One was held the first of the year with the Freshmen capturing the crown, and the Sophomores receiving honorable mention. This meet was a carnival in which each class put on a

very entertaining stunt. to

show

individual

of the progress

The

skill in

other one, held in

diving and

made by swimming

swimmmg.

this

March, was a

We

year and are looking forward

even greater achievements next year.

Left

lo righl

:

Plummer, Bowles, Boswel

Monla

e,

contest

are indeed proud

Carroll, Britton,

Yonce, Hudgins

to


Hockey

SENIOR SQUAD

and with it comes the game that brirgs out the entire game that starts off our rivalry between classes. Hockey, game of the year, is climaxed by the class games that cause an

School Top,

left to right:

Carter, York, Walker, Bowles, Irby,

school

Dortch, Jones, Hudgins.

the

SOPHOMORE SQUAD Boiiom, Ebel,

left

to

Britton,

rilht:

Hayes, Terrell, Wilkinson.

Gentry,

Coleman,

first

Starts,

the

uproar between every

Burton, West, Badger, Carroll,

ButterwortK,

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Ball,

juniors,

and

class.

The

seniors

are determined to beat the

the juniors are determined to beat the seniors.

proud "sophs" are

just

compelled

poor things wear "rat caps"

till

Whereas

the

making

the

to beat the freshmen, thus

Christmas.

These are thoughts

in

the

minds of the members of the respective teams as they meet on the A. A. field just

before Thanksgiving to prove their ability to the school.


Squads

JUNIOR SQUAD Top,

This year the juniors proved victorious over the seniors

you guess their

it!

!

!

Those "rats" beat

much-hated

emerged with a

rat

caps.

juniors.

The

burn,

to

right:

Bolick,

Chappell,

J.

Phelps.

B.

Latimer.

Gilliam.

McAliisler.

McGlothlin,

Ry-

Bailey,

Mann.

proud "sophs," and thus banished

Even though

Httle hurt pride, a

by the freshmen and

the

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;and would

left

the

"sophs"

good time was had by colors "red

and all,

FRESHMAN SQUAD

seniors

especially

and white" were lauded

with victory, and on goes the rivalry between the colors "red and white"

Bottom,

left

to

rig/ii;

Fischer.

Gathright.

Hardaway,

Newman, Crenshaw, Mann, Copley, Vaden, Jarman, Hatcher. Billups. Libby, Keesee. Nimmo.

and "green and white."

-49-


Granddaughters' Club The Granddaughters' Club

is

composed of

girls

whose mothers have attended

this

college. It

school

has acquired the

name

Club from

of Granddaughters'

the viewpoint that the

considered the grandmother and those attending school now,

is

The

purpose of

touch with

We

its

club

this

is

the reviving of old friendships

its

and keeping

grandchildren. the

alumnae

in

present members.

have chosen

this

year as our project the contribution to the Jennie Masters'

Tabb Fund.

OFFICERS Elizabeth Harris

President

Caroline Upshur

Vice-President

Betty Butterworth

..Secretary

..."

Page Nottingham

.Treasurer

MEMBERS Mothers

Daughters Jacqueline

Eva Orgain Adams Edna Roberts Badger

Adams

Mary Ehzabeth Badger

Grace Howard Jenkins

.Mattie Blanche Haskins Barnes

Agnes Jennings

Fannie Christian Jennings

Ethel Arvin Bell

Rives Black

Edith

Owen Bradshaw

Florence Edwards Jeffrey

Florence Jeffrey Lois Jenkins....

....Judith

Eleanor Bell

Mary

Beulah Johnson Irving

Fenner Barnard

Elizabeth Archer Barnard

Frances Barnes

Mothers

Daughters Frances Irving

Mattie Eugenia Bowles Black

Ehzabeth Burke

Era Marshall Kent

Frances Kent

Frances

Owen Bradshaw

Elvira

Carrie

McGeorge Burke

Gladys Major

Elva File (Ligon) Farrar

U. Ligon

...Velma Hatchett Major

Elizabeth Butterworth

Julia Harris Butterworth

Gwendolyn McCormick Maynard Charlotte Morton Page Nottingham

Emily Channell

..Bessie Morris Channell

Isabel

Ethel Abbitt Burke

Jane Burke

Alma

Miller Butler

Julia Harris Butterworth

Butterworth

Frances Channell

....Bessie

Morris Channell

Janie Staples Chappell

Inez Chappell

Mary Wilson

May

Georgia

Elizabeth Butler

Hazel Thompson Clark

Clark

Ruby Parson Mary Wanda

Ehzabeth Rawlings

Virginia Savage

Nancy Cooley

Elizabeth Clark Cooley

Anna JoUiffe Denny Mary A. Putney Dodd

Mary Denny Elsie Dodd Brenda

Griffin

Brenda

Doggett

Adelaide Dressier

Griffin

Doggett

Vedah Watson

Dressier

Marie Eason.

Carrie Rennie Eason

Louise Foster

Mary Ehzabeth Whitworth Foster Susie Crump Garnett

Alpha Lee Garnett

Heath B. Gathright

Judith Gathright

Marie Gill

Mamie Woodson

....Evelyn Turnbull Gillette

Victoria Gillette

Dorothy Goodwyn

Anne Graham. Katherine N. Gray Caroline Gwaltney

Elizabeth Harris

Mary Harvey Sarah Hayes

Ehzabeth Himes Frances Hutcheson

(Gill) Stephenson

Mattie

Vaughan Harrison Goodwyn Rebecca Vaughan Graham Mary S. Wiatt Gray Bessie McGeorge Gwaltney

Dunton Rawlings

Ruth Clarkson Reeves Flo-a B. Miles Savage

Nina Lockridge Sexton

Hylah Camp Simmons

Mary Sue Simmons

Winifred Parks Somers

Sylvia Somers..

Eleanor Daughtrey Stephenson

Olivia Stephenson

Mabel

Terrell

Billups Terrell

Thomas

Margaret Thomas

..Margaret Parish

Nan

Ola Abbitt Throckmorton

Throckmorton....

Ethel Lee

Ruth Turner... Caroline Upshur

Wilkinson....

Goldie Williams

Snow Upshur

Lee Spencer Vaden

Bessie

Mary T.

Harrison Vaughan

Turnbull Vaughan

Effie Steger

Kathryn Watkins Elizabeth Penn

Moody Turner

....Mary Lucille

Harriette Spencer Vade/.

Mary

Thompson Howard

Florence Sledd

Agnes Thompson....

(

Sallie

Watkins

Penn Blackwell Hawthorne

/Linda Hite Wilkinson (grandmothers)

Roberta Alice

Hogg

Williams,

(grandmother)

Sally Lovelace Harris

Mary Baldwin Harvey Sallie Cox Hayes Ruby Berry Himes Frances Graham Hutcheson

Lucile Williams Porterfleld Belle

Beverly Sexton...

May

Jr.

A. Fraher Parson

Virginia Porterfield

Martha Hoy Cline Lucy Adams Connelly Linda Coleman Davis

Rice Nottingham,

Mary Cash Parr

Hortense Connelly...

Mildred Davis...

.Kate Watkins Morton Sallie B.

Parr

Eugenia Reeves

Helene Chne

Edna Houff McCormick Maynard

Cassie Shepherd

Catherine

Martha Hoy Chne

Ehzabeth Cline

Lula Drinkard LeGrand

Elizabeth LeGrand...

Caroline Willis

Jean Willis Jeannette

Wood

Sidney Yonce

Carrie Hunter Willis

Ruth Hunt Willis Lois Jenkins

Josephine

Wood

Guy Yonce


Delta Theta Alpha Founded

1

936

State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

CHARTER MEMBERS Virginia

Acworth

Elizabeth Booth

Evelyne Howell

Anne Kelly Bess McGlothlin Madeline McGlothlin Marie Moore Marian Pond

PLEDGES Edna

Bolick

Katheryn Carlton Katherine Coleman

Edna Walden Katherine Walden Virginia

Woodward

Marguerite York

FACULTY ADVISER Miss Helen Draper

PATRONS Miss Alice Carter Miss Mary B. Haynes Miss Lucile Jennings

Left

to

right.-

Moore, Howell, Acworth, M. McGlothlin, Miss Draper, Booth, Kelly, B. McGlothlin, Pond.


Left

to

righi:

Harris, Treasurer;

Vice-President;

McGlothlin, Classman.

iimatj^

Munt,

President;

Agee,

Secretary;

Miss

M.

Roy all.


Virginia Louise

Demosthenes

Orchestras

Stone walls

Hamlet-on-a - Merry -Go - Ro

j

Parchment

Annie Leigh Bailey

Mary Ames Souvenirs

Red

Music boxes

Evening sandals

Lounging paja

Hat boxes

Margaret Leigh Bailey Desks

Mary

Mary Dudley Allen

Agee

Champagne

apples

Martha Florence Bailey Letters

Autographs

Ivory

Crystal

Cosmopolitan

Rives Black Unfinished symphonies

S launch Presby terianism

Weenie

Books

Open

Edna Ruth Bolick

fires

roasts

Skirts

Elizabeth V. Butterworth Ethel Cuthbert Burgess Loving cups

Chewing gum

Balloons

Snapshots

Hidden depth

White

Helen Callihan

radios

Juanita Rosalind Gallic

Lampshades

Black braids

Treasure hunts

Coffee and doughnuts

Hot

Indian pottery

chocolate


Lucy Katheryn Carlton Wicker

furniture

Classics

Box lunch

Linens

Chintz

After-dinner mints

Mary Elizabeth Carroll Tailored

Rain coats

suits

Open windows

Grecian urn

Delha Pope Chambliss Candlelight

Hikes

Energy

Diaries

Mary Wilson Clark

Clark Monograms Sweaters and

Inez Chappell Blazers

women"

"Little

Ruth Emma Chambers EYES

Suede

Susie

Doris Viola Carper

Black and white skirts

Arched eyebrows Japanese sandals

Skiis

Frances Ethel Collie

Mary Joyner Cox

Choirs

Popcorn

Eversharp pencils

Smocks

Sunday afternoons

Choir Invisible

Louise Bruce Crowell

Georgie Ames Custis

Penthouses

Egyptian jewelry

Top

Tapestries

hats

Corsages

Scarfs

55-


Mildred Thornton Davies

Erna Thornton Dickerson

Patent leather

Red

Christmas wrapping paper

Tango

Midnight

Gleaming garnets

feasts

Eleanor Laird Dodson

Virginia

chiffon

Walker Doughty

Bangs

Lockets

Headlines

Pink rosebuds

Intermission

June brides

Anne Haden

Ellis

Richie Odell Ellis

Velvet bows

Nosegays

Lace handkerchiefs

White

Miniatures

Flirtation

Katherine Hunt Galusha

rabbits

walk

Jennie Belle Gilliam

Pincushions

Feature sections

Knit

Proms

suits

Candlewick spreads

Anne Meriwether Graham

Rosalie Nelson Greear Earbobs

Prints

Galoshes

"Anne

Scented soap

of

Irish lace

Green Gables'*

Luncheon

Greene

Mary Anness Harper

Elsie Lorraine

Crisp lettuce

sets

Magnolia blossoms

Boudoir chairs

Place cards

Sunny

Satin quilts

kitchens


Mary Elizabeth Harris

Mary Baldwin Harvey

Colonial mansions

Masquerade

Five o'clock tea

Painted finger nails

"I

Send You Red Roses

Evelyn Ercelle Hastings Card

catalogues

Toboggan

Anna Belle Hill Flower gardens

Crocheted dresses

Sun bonnets

Geraniums

Violins

Annie Watson Holden Baby

chicks

balls

Evelyn Virginia Holmes Hooked

rugs

Pink lemonade

Parlors

Powder

Church music

puffs

Rose-Marie Turner Hunter

Anna Hoyer Wooden

shoes

Poetry

Cut flowers

Book-ends

White

Match boxes

mittens

Doris Odell Isbell Damask

draperies

Katheryn Huff Jamison Rhinestones

Etchings

Telephones

Furs

Pennants

Pattie Armistead Jeffreys

Jacqueline

Mae Johnson

White organdy

Candy wrappers

Japanese lanterns

New

Compacts

Letter-heads

Year's

Ev


Eugenia Barham Jolly Bright lights

RuiHes

Bon Voyage

Crochet needles

New

Frances Marshall Kent

coins

Satin blouses

Parasols

Magazines

Glass straws

Silver

Susan Anne Lane

B.

"Pilgrim's Progress"

Sequins

IvYLYN Jordan

Ella

Nora Field Jones

frames

Mary Nellwyn Latimer

Vogue

Oxfords

Orchids

Toasted marshmallows

Cocktails in the Kitchen

Brick houses

Lewis Candy

pulls

Lillian

Maxine Lewis Leather belts

Running cedar

Hockey

Plaids

Pomegranates

Merill R. McAllister Term

papers

sticks

Kathleen McCann Sheer hose

Squads

Monogrammed

Marigolds

Hamburgers

Jean McConnaughey

handkerchiefs

Mary Adeline McGlothlin

Sail boats

White

Swinging doors

Jewelry boxes

Camel's hair

Gold

carnations


NoRVELL Mason Montague

Frances Maxey Football games

"Dream

Girl"

Spool beds

Telegrams

Ruth Montgomery One

Black leather notebooks Circles and squares

gardenia

Mary Elizabeth Morris Diplomacy

"-.N

Receiving lines

Precious stones

While columns

Formal banquets

Carter Belle

Munt

Waxed

"Shannon's"

Hat on

^

the

back of her head

Alice Marshall Nelson

floors

Ruffled aprons

Eleanor Katherine Nuckols Flannel robes

Secrets

Boxing matches

Buttons

Sunday

Mabel Murden Cameo

Gilt swords

night suppers

Annie Pauline Pearson

Fancy dress

Ruth Naomi Phelps

Baby Grands

Meetings

Green cashmere

Trophies

PearU

Cap and gown

ii^lifegiy Mary

Virginia Pilcher Morning Watch

Work

baskets

Potted plants

Grace Allen Pittard

Clara Elizabeth Pinckard Keys Roll books

Demi-tasse

Isabell Tannahill

Favors

HANDS

Steak frys

Cigarette ad

Red

Black velvet

slippers

Plummer


LiviAN

Adkerson Powell

Virginia

Putney

Week-ends

Finger waves

Roanoke on Thanksgiving Day

Tea

Josephine Quinn

sets

Pela Lane Read

Afghans

Tapering candle

Scrapbooks

Sun

Cedar

Novels

chests

Elizabeth Roberts Door knockers

parlors

Marjorie Lee Robertson Chimes

Chapels

Figurines

Acorns

Taffeta

Ellen Elizabeth Rucker

Jessie

Mary

"Good Housekeeping"

Tinsel

Margaret Lacy Russell

Trellises

Fresh green grass

Honeysuckle

Elevators

Vespers

Lighted fountains

Katheryn Ryburn

Elizabeth Deane Saunders

Starched collars

Beads

Leather watch bands

Paint brushes

Envelopes

Polka dots

Virginia Elizabeth Scanlan Willis Shields Scott Churchill

Oltermans

All- American

Violets

Sirens

Ethel Ruth Sears

Mary Elizabeth

Signet Rings

Pastels

Red

Bracelets

leather chairs

Stadiums

-60-

Downs

Lohengrin's "Prelude"

Bungalows

Seiber


Elkanah Simpson

Nan Cuthbert Seward Minuets

Menus

Doilies

Sun-tan

Perfume

Slot machines

bottles

Mildred Marie Stone

Katherine Gay Steiffen Dancing

Mess

Files

feel

Pigskin gloves

jackets

Conventions

Lipstick

Margaret Rebekah Thomas

Frances Saville Thomas Blue stockings

Jatzen bathing

Tea and

Olympics

cakes

Speeding roadsters

Needlework

Caroline Crowder Upshur

Nannie Page Trent

"Age

Hot buns

Wool

of Innocence'

Spinning wheels

blankets

Red checkered

Kerchiefs

Lois

suits

curtains

Mary Harrison Vaughan

Randolph Vassar

Cotton candy

Marble

Memorandums

Packages

Midnight

Interviews

oil

tied

with red ribbo

Catherine Whitney Walden Marjorie Frazer Woolfolk Evening bags

Soft

Frostoria

Lady-fingers

Limeades

Evening sandals

Janie Lee

Young

Zippers

Coney

Island

Punch bowls

lights


Back row, Middle

to

left

roB), left

Front ron>;

righl:

Nelson, Pittard, Noltingham, Agee.

righl:

to

Dortch, Moseley, Mallory.

Lane, Bowles.

Pan-Hellenic Association OFFICERS

LuciLE Moseley

Margaret Pittard Margaret Dortch Page Nottingham

President

...

..-

Vice-President

--

Secretary ...Treasurer

..—

Alice Nelson....

Program Chairman

.'.

Publicity Chairman

Agee Miss Grace E. Mix

Virginia

Adviser

OFFICIAL ROLL Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Sigma Alpha Gamma Theta

Mu Omega Kappa Sigma Alpha Sigma Tau Pi

REPRESENTATIVES Mary Bowles

Sue Mallory

Margaret Dortch Susan Lane Alice Nelson Jean Willis Page Nottingham

Virginia

Agee

Charlotte Rice Lucile Moseley Margaret Carroll

Margaret Pittard

ALTERNATES Jennie Belle Gilliam Louise Anthony Virginia Leonard

Miriam Ficklen Elizabeth Smith Fraces Bryan


The

purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Association

is

to establish

of excellence along every line of sorority endeavor:

as a factor in school, as a force in the lives of graduate

furnish a

forum

to define

a

code of sorority

Pan-Hellenic

;

and

ethics;

to regulate

to serve as a court of

difficulties.

As

aside a special time for an open

quarter, a tea or musical

of officers

Bacl( row,

Middle Front

lefl lo right:

roll),

roji)

:

is

program

the important event.

Anthony, Ficklen, Bryan, Carroll.

lefl to right:

Rice, Willis, Leonard.

Gilliam, Smith.

to

is

bid day; to pass and

appeal

in the case of

the

Pan-Hellenic

functions,

social

Association gives three significant functions. sets

members;

for the discussion of all matters of interest to sororities;

enforce rushing rules all

standards

as an organization,

In the fall the organization

forum discussion;

given

;

and,

in

the winter

in the spring, installation


Bacl(

roll),

left to right:

Middle row, Front

roll),

left

to

Hubard, Harris, Plummer, Willis, Throckmorton, Hayes, Montgomery.

right:

left to right:

Fagg, Sellman, Gillette.

Pierpont, Seward, Gilliam, Dortch, Bowles, Jolly, Thomas, Kelly, B. Butterworth, West.

Sigma Sigma Sigma ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1898 State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

Publication:

SORORES Virginia

Bean

IN

COLLEGIO

PLEDGES

Virginia Epes Irby

Maude Beckham

Eugenia Jolly

Margaret Britton

Lloyd Kelly

Mary Bowles

Virginia Kite

Elizabeth Butterworth

Kathleen

Army

Ruth Montgomery

Butterworth

Sara Button

Mary

Joyner

Jane Burke

Ruth

Emma

Chambers

Bruce Crowell Betty Betty

McCann

Carter Belle

Cox

'The Triangle"

Martha McCorkle

Fagg

Hardy Elizabeth Hardy Jane Hardy

Virginia Polley

SOROR

Munt

IN

Plummer

Isabel

Will Scott

Emma

Victoria Gillette

Nancy Sellman Nan Seward Anna Crump Shiflett

Jennie Belle Gilliam

Minnie Smith

Sarah Hayes

Zaida Thomas

Elizabeth Harris

Mrs. George Richardson

Mary Hubard

Nan Throckmorton Nan Page Trent Lucille Ware

Katherine Irby

Selma West

Mr

Frances Hudgins

Caroline Willi:

Sanford

Lula

Windham

Miss Pauline Camper

Nellie Pierpont

Margaret Dortch

Vera Ebel

Ada

FACULTATE

Ann Dugger Easley

Helen Byrd Harris Frances Irving Sara Keesee

SORORES Armstrong Margaret Armstrong Irving

IN URBE Mary Richardson Mabel

F.

Lancaster

Putney

Betty Shields Brumfield

FACULTY ADVISER Miss Pauhne Camper

HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Mabel Culkin

PATRONS C.

A. Allen

Mrs. C. B. Crute

Mrs. V. P. Paulette Mrs. S. W. Watkins


Back

'"I".

ley,

Shiflett,

V. E.

Middle

'0

'"=/'

Beckham,

T0T»:

Ware, Trent,

right:

K.

Irby, Smith,

Eas-

Irby.

Scott, Bean.

Front roll), left to right: Vaughan, McCann, Cox, A. Butterworth, Britten, Kile, Ebel, Dugger, Button, Hudgins.

ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha

— —Miami

State Teachers College, Farmville,

Kappa

Zeta— Buffalo Iota

S.

—Colorado —

Lambda

S.

C,

T. T.

Buffalo,

C,

Indiana S. T.

N. Y.

Northwestern S. T.

Omicron

—Michigan

S.

C,

T.

Indiana, Penn.

T.

S.

Mich.

Emporia,

Florida S.

Tallahasee, Fla. School,

Upsilon

Chi Psi

East Central S. T. S.

Pittsburg,

Marshall College, Huntington,

Vegas, N. Mex.

Okla.

T. C. of Colorado, Gunnison, Colo.

Alpha

Gamma

— — —

Kansas

Drexal

Alpha Epsilon

C,

T.

C,

T.

— —

Va.

Institute, Philadelphia,

Penn.

C, Mary-

Iota

C,

Louisiana S. T.

Natchitoches, La.

College of Ed., Butler University, Indian, Ind.

— Alpha Kappa— Alpha ambda — Alpha Mu — Alpha Mu —

S.

T.

C,

Northwestern S. T.

Fairmont S. T.

L

East Radford, Va.

C,

C,

Southern

Xi—S.

T.

Tahlequah, Okla.

Fairmont,

Harris Teachers College.

Southwestern Louisiana

Alpha

W.

Athens,

Hays, Kan.

Northwestern Missouri S. T.

Alpha Theta— Radford Alpha

S. S.

Mo.

Alpha Zeta

Zpsilanti,

S.

Alpha— Concord

Alpha Eta

Alva, Okla.

C,

—Western

ville.

Mo.

— C, Kan. Rho— T. C, Tau— New Mexico Normal Las — C, Ada, — Kansas T. C, Kan. — W. Va. Pi

Sigma

Alpha

Alpha Delta

Greeley, Colo.

C,

Mu— Kirksville S. T. C, KirksviUe, Mu—S. T. C. Warrensburg, Mo. Xi

Va.

University, Oxford, Ohio.

C,

Illinois S.

T.

St.

W.

Va.

Mo.

Louis,

Institute, Lafayette,

C,

Carhandale,

La.

111.

Whitewater, Wis.

-65-


Raper, Saunders, left to right: Bounds, Doughty, Wall, Nelson, Lane,

Sealed,

Maxey. SlanJing, left

Harvey.

Alpha Sigma Alpha ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1901 State Teachers College, Farmville, V^irginia

Publication:

SORORES Louise Anthony Mary Elizabeth Badger Pattie

"The Phoenix"

COLLEGIO

IN

Annie Watson Holden

Dorothy Raper Elizabeth Rawlings

Jacqueline Johnson

Susan Lane

Bounds

Elsie Cabell

Delha Pope Chambliss Mildred Davis Virginia Doughty Mary Harvey

Frances Maxey Alice Nelson Grace Allen Pittard

Katherine Roberts Jane Saunders

Mary Elizabeth Slater Caroline Upshur Nancy Wall Louise Walmsley

PLEDGES Frances Alvis

Marie Eason

Virginia Lee Pettis

Jane Baldwin

Caroline Paris

Amy

Anne

Janet

Billups

Louise Breckinridge Alice Burroughs

Lemmon

Mary Mahone Harriet

Powell

Anne Hurtt Ross Rosabel Seay

Moomaw

Anne

Scott

ADVISER IN FACULTATE Miss Grace B. Moran

SORORES

IN

URBE Mrs. W. J. Sydnor Katherine Watkins

Mrs. R. H. Catlin Mrs. Southard Shields

PATRONS Miss Mary Clay Hiner Miss Winnie Hiner Dr. -66-

J.

Miss Mrs. E.

Walmsley

Mary J.

E. Peck E. Walmsley

to

right:

Upshur, Pitlard,


ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha

State Teachers College, Farmville,

— Miami — Teachers Alpha Teachers Alpha Gamma — — Teachers Beta

College, Kirksville,

State

State

Beta Beta

Gamma

Va.

University, Oxford, Ohio.

Alpha Alpha

Mo.

College, Indiana, Penn.

College, Greeley, Colo.

State

Gamma— State Teachers College, Alva, Okla.

—Ohio — Teachers Teachers Zeta Zeta — Teachers Eta Eta — Theta Theta — Des — Drake Kappa Kappa—Temple

University, Athens, Ohio.

Delta Delta

College, Emporia, Kan.

State

Epsilon Epsilon

College, Warrensburg,

State

Mo.

College, Pittsburg, Kan.

State

Boston University, Boston, Mass. University,

Iota Iota

Moines, Iowa.

University, Philadelphia, Penn.

Lambda Lambda— The Ohio

— — Xi Xi—

Mu Mu

State

Nu Nu

Drexel

Normal

State University, Columbus, Ohio.

College, Ypsilanti, Mich.

Institute,

Philadelphia, Penn.

University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.

Omicron Omicron

Pi Pi

State Teachers College, Kent, Ohio.

State Teachers College, Buffalo,

— Sigma Sigma — Western Tau Tau— — — — Rho Rho

N. Y.

Marshall College, Huntington,

W.

Va.

State College, Gunnison, Colo.

Kansas State Teachers College, Hays, Kan.

Phi Phi

State Teachers College, Maryland,

Chi Chi

Butler University, Indianapohs, Ind.

Psi Psi

Mo.

State Teachers College, Natchitoches, La.

Omega Omega

—San Diego

State College,

San Diego,

Rawlings, Holden, Davis, Chambliss. Sealed, lefl to right: Cabell, Roberts, Slater, Johnson. Standing, left to right: Anthony, Badger,

Calif.


Fourth row, standing, left to right: son, Butler, Wilson, Waite. Third

row,

left

to

right:

Jack-

Hutcheson,

Buchanan, C. Nottingham.

Second row, left to right: Young, Willis, Miss Stubbs, Dodson, Wicks First row, left to right:

P. Notlingham.

Gannna Theta Founded 191] State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

SORORES

COLLEGIO Mary

Sara Buchanan

Evelyn Montgomery

Elizabeth Butler

Clara Nottingham

Louise McCullough

Mildred Davies

Page Nottingham

Martha Glenn Davis

Catherine Pilcher

Eleanor Dodson

Beverley Sexton

Sue Eastham

Elizabeth Shipplett

Kathryn Fitzgerald

Virginia Whitehead Smith

Ann

Margaret Stallard

Galusha

Katherine Galusha

Marjorie Wicks

Alpha Lee Garnett

Jean Willis

Mary

68-

IN

Virginia Baker

Jackson

Elizabeth George Wilson

Frances Hutcheson

Sidney Yonce

Virginia Leonard

Margaret Young

Yonce, Stallard,


PLEDGES May Helen

Bates Jeffries

Marjorie

Nimmo

Georgie Stringfellow

Mary

Catherine Sturgis

Harriette

Vaden

Isabel Williamson

Eliza

Warwick Wise

SORORES

c-*^|I1^5J

Mrs. Ruth Coyner

IN

URBE

Mrs. Carrie Galusha Mcllwaine

Mrs. Mildred Dickenson Davis

ADVISER IN FACULTATE Miss Florence Stubbs

PATRON Mrs. John Willis

Fourth row, Third

roll!,

slarjding, left to right:

Second row,

left to right:

First row, left

to

right:

Shipplett, Baker, Cover,

K. Galusha.

Sexton, Eastham, McCullough, Pilcher.

left to right:

Smith, A. Galusha, Davis, Tyree.

Garnell, Leonard. Davies.


Mu Omega Founded 1925 State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

SORORES

IN

Virginia

COLLEGIO

Agee

Marguerite Blackwell Claire

Eastman

Miriam Ficklen

Nancy Gray Greene

Elsie

Martha Hamlet Rose Marie Hunter Katherine Hurt

Bonnie Lane

Nellwyn Latimer Sue Mallory Elizabeth Morris

Dorothy Price Julia

May Raney

Lucile

Rhodes

Marjorie Lee Robertson Elizabeth Seiber

Dorothy

Tillett

Marjorie Woolfolk

Standing, left Sealed,

70-

to right:

left to right:

Latimer, Lane, Blackwell, Ficklen.

Easlman, Hunter, Miss Wheeler, Mallory, Gray, Morris.


Agee, Robertson, left io right: Hamlet, Greene, Woolfolk, Hurt,

Standing,

Tillett.

Seated,

left to right: Seiber, Price,

Rhodes, Raney.

PLEDGES Doris Brandis Elizabeth Carroll

Eleanor

Haag

Martha Meade Hardaway Betty Harr Ella La Eon Macon Raine

Lou

Helen Reiff Frances Lee Russow

Jean Taylor

SORORES Mrs.

IN

URBE

Howard Cook

Mrs. James

Fretvvell

FACULTY ADVISER Miss Leola Wheeler

HONORARY MEMBER Mrs.

W.

C. Fitzpatrick

PATRONS Mrs. L. E. Hubbard Mrs. Harry Candler


SlanJing, left io right: Cralle, Clark, Miss Her, Jones, Bailey, Sears, Hardy. Wise, Crumley, Sealed, lefl to righl: Rice, Floyd, Moseley, Dodd, Higgin-

botham.

Pi

Kappa Sigma

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Founded

1

928

State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

Publication:

SORORES

IN

PLEDGES

COLLEGIO

Annie Leigh Bailey

Henrietta Ivers

Gwendolyn

Katheryn Jamison

Bell

"The Laurel"

Margaret Carr

Essie Millner

Dorothy Fades

Mary

Ann Hardy

Sue

Dorothy Buckland

Bernice Jones

Elizabeth Kent

Elizabeth Burke

Margaret Long

Catherine

Mary Willson Clark

Charlotte Minton

Katheryn Cox

Lucile Moseley

Elizabeth Cralle

Margaret Pritchard

Ruth Crumley

Josephine Quinn

Dodd

Phihppa Schlobohm

Annabel Westcott

Maver

SOROR

IN

FACULTATE

Miss Jane Royall

SORORES Miss

Elsie

Katherine Nininger

Owen

Mary

IN

URBE

Mrs. Archie Paulette

Diehl

Charlotte Rice

Martha Floyd

Ruth Sears

Francis Gaskins

Elizabeth Smith

Rose Allen Higginbotham

Virginia Tilman

Elizabeth Himes

Dorothy Wise

ADVISER

IN

FACULTATE

Miss Olive T. Her

PATRONS Mrs. H. T. Stokes

Mrs.

J.

T. Thompson


ACTIVE CHAPTERS

—Michigan — — Eta — Miami —Kansas Kappa — Lambda — Mo. Mu —Colorado Nu— Xi — Omicron — — Mo. Rho— Sigma — Drake Tau— —

— — Kent Omega —

College, Ypsilanti, Mich.

Chi

Beta

Northwestern State Teachers College, Alva, Okla.

Psi

Zeta

State Teachers College, Indiana, Penn.

Alpha

State

Normal

Kan.

State Teachers College, Emporia,

Central Missouri State Teachers College, Har-

risonburg,

State Teachers College, Greeley, Colo.

East Central State Teachers College, Ada, Okla.

University of Ohio, Atkins, Ohio.

Marshall College, Huntington,

University,

W.

Va.

Auburn, —Alabama Teachers — Kansas Mich. Teachers Alpha Gamma — Teachers — Alpha Va. — Teachers Alpha Alpha Zeta—Western Alpha Eta — James DeLand, Alpha Theta —John — Alpha Mo. Teachers Alpha Kappa — Alpha Lambda —Wittenberg Hays, Kan. Hayes Alpha Mu — College,

State

Alpha Beta Kan.

Epsilon

New

College,

Natchi-

College, Farmville,

State

College

Butler

Education,

of

College, Springfield, Ohio.

College,

Fort

ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Los Angeles, California

Michigan

Cincinnati,

Chicago,

Ohio

St. Louis,

Denver, Colorado Buffalo,

Fla.

Indianapolis,

College, St. Louis,

Harris

University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.

Detroit,

111.

B. Stetson University,

Ind.

Y-ork.

Des Moines, Iowa.

New York

Huntington,

Sealed,

Pittsburg,

College, Detroit,

Detroit

Louisiana State

Delta toches, La.

Iota

Standing,

Ala.

Polytechnic Institute,

Alpha Alpha

Miliken University, Decatur,

State Teachers College, Chico, Calif.

Phi

Los Angeles,

State College, Gunnison, Colo.

Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Kirksville,

State Teachers College, Buffalo,

Spearfish, S. C.

University of Southern California,

Southeastern State Teachers College, Durant, Okla.

Pi

Normal School,

College, Kent, Ohio.

Cahf.

University, Oxford, Ohio.

Iota

Spearfish

West

left lo right:

lefl to right:

Virginia

Illinois

Missouri

Greeley, Colorado

Youngstown, Ohio

Minton, Himes, Long, Quinn, Cox, Pritchard, Bell, Burke.

Buckland, Royall, Smith, Gaskins, Tilman,

Ivers.


Alpha Sigma Tau ZETA TAU CHAPTER Founded 1898 State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

Publication:

SORORES IN COLLEGIO

,

Margaret Bailey

Doris Isbell

Mary

Pattie Jeffreys

Ethel Barnes

Frances Bryan

Lois Jinkins

Mabel Burton

Margaret Pittard

Margaret Carroll

Virginia Smith

Adelaide Dressier

Buena Vista Speake

Merwyn Gathright Mary Anness Harper Anna Hoyer

Gay

Le Noir Hubbard

Frances Williams

Thomas

Agnes Thompson

PLEDGES Alice Gayle Ferguson

Evelyn Bailey

Helen Hoyer

Selma Berry

Johnnie Lybrook

Cassie Boswell

Laura Morris

Frances Carroll

Jeanne Nichols

Marguerite Costello

SORORES IN FACULTATE Miss Virginia Bedford Miss

Mary

SOROR

IN

Nichols

URBE

Mrs. Edward Smith

Stieffen

Frances

Bonnalyn Avery

"The Anchor"

ADVISER

IN

FACULTATE

Miss Virginia Bedford

PATRONS Mrs. A. T. Gray Mrs.

J.

D. Morton

Mrs. C. A. Rice

Louise Painter

Maude

Rives

Seated, left to right : Thomas, Carroll, Smith, M. Bailey, M. Gathright. Standing, left to right: Barnes, Hubbard,

Miss Bedford, Bryan, Pittard, Dressier, Jinkins.


Seated,

Boswell, Thompson, Stieffen,

left to right:

Standing, left

to right:

Isbell,

Harper, Jeffreys.

Hoyer, Speake, Burlon, Williams.

ACTIVE CHAPTERS

— Michigan — —Lock Haven Eta — Kent Theta — Wayne —Kansas Lambda —Temple Nu— Omicron — Concord — Rho— Sigma — Tau— — Alpha Delta

State

Normal

College, Ypsilanti,

Mich.

State Teachers College, Indiana, Pa.

Zeta

State Teachers College,

Lock Haven, Pa.

State College, Kent, Ohio.

University, Detroit, Mich.

State Teachers College, Emporia, Kan.

Iota

University, Philadelphia, Pa.

State Teachers College, Greeley, Colo.

Pi

State Teachers College, Athens,

Harris Teachers College,

St.

Louis,

W.

Mo.

Southwestern Teachers College, Durant, Okla. State Teachers College, Buffalo,

Zeta

Upsilon

N. Y.

State Teachers College, Farmville,

State Teachers College,

ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Grand Rapids, Michigan Detroit,

Buffalo,

Michigan

New York

Youngstown, Pennsylvania St. Louis,

Missouri

Greeley, Colorado

Altoona, Pennsylvania

Johnstown, Pennsylvania Beckley,

West

Va.

Conway, Ark.

Virginia

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia

Va.


Debate Club OFFICERS Anthelia Robinette

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

-

Dudley Allen

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Lucille Rhodes

Nora

President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Jones...

Debate Counselor

JuANITA Callis

MEMBERS Dudley Allen Lillian

Anderson

Lucille

Rhodes

Mamie

Roberts

Florence Bress

Anthelia Robinette

Elizabeth Bounds

Eurlean Rosser

Juanita Callis

Margaret Russell

Margaret Dortch Victoria Gillette

Ruth Sears Rose Somers

June Gills

Isabel Sprinkle

Martha Hamlet Mary Anness Harper

Mildred Stone

Nora Jones

Marjorie Thompson

Evelyn Kreger

Grace Waring

Marguerite Snell

Anna Snow Ramsey

Vivian

Janie Lee

Womack

Young

The Debate Club trains students for intercollegiate debates and public speaking contests. The record in debate and oratory has been outstanding during the past few years. Members of the club were delegates to the Grand Eastern Tournament held at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C, on April 8, 9, and 0. In recent years representatives have rated high in the South Atlantic Forensic Tournament. 1

Left

to

right:

Jones, Allen, Robinette, Callis, Rhodes.


Pi

Kappa

Delta

National Honor Forensic Fraternity

VIRGINIA

ALPHA CHAPTER

Chartered 1928 Publication:

"The

Forensic"

MEMBERS Victoria Gillette

Dudley Allen

Isabel Sprinkle

Juanita Callis

Marjorie Thompson

FACULTY Mr.

S.

M.

Helton,

Dr.

Jr.

J.

E.

Walmsley

HONORARY MEMBER Dr.

J.

L.

Jarman

MASCOT Mary Marie Holton

OFFICERS

Dudley Allen

Isabel Sprinkle...

Kappa Delta

is

President

Vice-President

—-

Marjorie Thompson

--

—-

Juanita Callis Pi

-

-

Secretary

Treasurer

a national forensic honor fraternity. It is the The Virginia Alpha chapter is one four chapters in thirty-four states. It recognizes

largest of the societies in this field.

of the one hundred and those girls who do outstanding

work

in

debate and oratory

in the

Debate

Members of Pi Kappa Delta represented Farmville at the National Pi Kappa Delta Convention held at Johnson City, Tennessee, on April 2nd and 3rd. During the past two years Agnes Bondurant and Margaret Pollard, alumnae, and Dudley Allen have won the highest honor in Pi Kappa Delta and are eligible to wear diamond keys of the

Club.

fraternity.

Left

to righil:

Gillette, Callis, Allen,

Thompson, Sprinkle.

77-


First

roll!,

leit

io

right:

Jeffreys,

Mims, Goodwyn,

Ball,

Waring, Hopkins, Tilman,

Callis, Glass,

Wise,

Pond, Bryan, Boswell.

Second row, left to right: Steed, Powell, Hoyer, Somers, Owen, Bradshaw, Moomaw.

Black, Davis, Robeson, Saunders,

Phelps,

College Choir OFFICERS Helen Glass —

...President

—-

Marian Pond

Secretary

Ruth Phelps Polly

Treasurer

Wall

-

Librarian

MEMBERS Gwen

Bell

Sara Keesee Elvira Ligon

Mary

Rives Black

Leah Marsh

Elizabeth Ball

Cassie Boswell

Katherine

Edith Bradshaw Katherine Brosius

Charlotte

Moomaw

Morton Rachel Moseley Ruth Phelps Marian Pond

Rosemary Brown Frankie Bryan Elizabeth Burke Emily Channell

Virginia Price

Macon Raine Helen Reiff Ruth Curtis Robeson

Frances Channell Agnes Crockett Bruce Crowell Mildred Davis Yetive Dawson

Deane Saunders Rose Somers Frances Steed

Martha Etter

Virginia Tilman

Katherine Fitzgerald

Virginia

Lelia Fulton

Polly

Helen Glass Evelyne Howell

Annabel Wescott Eloise Whitley Ora Wilson

Pattie Jeffreys

Grace Waring

Tuck Wall


"'-tiW^i

Marsh, Whitley, Keesee, E. Channell, F. Channell, LeGrand, Tuck, Pearson, Fuhon, Morton, Brosius, Reeves.

firs/ ron>, lefi to right:

Second row, left to right: Moseley, Glenn, Westcott, Raine, Rieff, Ryburn, Ligon.

The

Etier,

Burke, Gwalhney, Crowell, Wilson,

College Choir was organized for the purpose of developing an

appreciation in the higher forms of choral work, oratorio, selections from

well-known operas, and standard works from the basis of It is

activity.

one of the outstanding organizations of the school and lends

efforts in

an expressive

way

for the

many and

its

varied programs which

are calendared each year.

This year the annual concert included Broadcasting Cartwright,

star

and

'celloist

of

soloist,

the

Alma

Milstead,

National

Broadway Tabernacle Church; Paul

National Symphony

Symphony, and Luther A. Richman,

tenor.

and the Richmond

State Director of

Music

in Virginia.

79-


First roni, left to right:

Second

Carter, Bell, Robertson, Phelps, E. Channell, F. Channell, Smith, Boaz, Powell.

roTu, left to right:

Third row,

left

to

right:

Crockett, Carson, Gaskins, Carter, Williams, Baptist, Bryant, Robeson, Wilson.

Denny, Gathright, Upshur, Hardy, Price, Ettenger, Ferguson,

Foster,

Ball,

Brosius.

Candler, Thomas, Pilcher, Fourth row, left to right: Phillips, Connelly, Collie, Etter, Bass, Holmes, Westcott, Reeves, Waring. Ellis,

Fifth row,

left to right:

Justis,

Hoge, Ward, Holmes, Jones,

Copley, Harry, Hyde, Allen, Land.

Choral Club OFFICERS Ruth Phelps

President

Emily Channell

Secretary

._..

Elizabeth Ball

Treasurer

GwEN Bell

Librarian

MEMBERS Martha Scales Allen Nancy Armistead Annie Bass

Richie Ellis Beulah Ettenger Alice Gayle Ferguson

Ruby Parson Frances Phillips Ruth Phelps

Beverly Baptist Elizabeth Ball

Louise Foster Judith Gathright

Jane Powell

Wilma Beaton Gwen Bell

Jane Hardy

Virginia Price

Virginia Pilcher

Mildred Harry

Nancy Bryant Ruth Boaz

Elizabeth Elizabeth

Eugenia Reeves Marjorie Robertson

Hazel Wood Burbank Emily Channell Juanita Carson Grace Cobb

Evelyn Holmes

Himes

Hoge

Agnes Sale Mary Sue Simmons

Hazel Holmes Cecil

Smith Louise Stoutamire Frances Stephens Mildred Stone Estelle

Mary

Hyde

Frances Collie Bernice Copley Violet Cross

Rose Allen Higginbotham Vera Jacobs Deane Jones Aubra Thomas Frances Gaskins Carohne Upshur

Martha Denny

Warren Land

Elsie

Virginia

Vera Ebel

The

purpose of the Choral Club

is

for part singing, eventually leading to It

also promotes

service.

Walker

Nell Ward Frances Williams

Dodd

and

Membership

to act as a

fosters the singing of in

the Choral

Freshman and Sophomore

classes.

medium

membership

Club

hymns is

in the

of preparation

College Choir.

as an aid to chapel

largely

drawn from

the


Orchestra OFFICERS Mary Elizabeth

Sieber

....President

Sue Baynard

Vice-President

Virginia Ritchie.

Treasurer and Librarian

MEMBERS Bernice Copley

Sudie Yager

Geraldine Hatcher

Elizabeth Le Grand Lucy Lancaster Luckin Bugg

Martha Grainger Mildred Lancaster

Mary Mary

Frances Philips Eloise Whitley

Anna Shiflett Mary Reeves Black The the

Dorothy Fischer Nelly Davis

orchestra aims high in having as

greatest of the

arts."

One

and

religious organizations.

remembered

its

"To

purpose

perfect music,

of our most prized possessions

orchestra, v^hich cooperates with the

vividly

Suidaer

Grainger

Dramatic Club, and

Probably the

for their outstanding

and Commencement, when they play

girls in the

performances

classical

and

all

the

is

other social

orchestra are most at

Founder's

Day

semi-classical music.

Standing,

left

to

right:

Shiflett,

Richie,

Graham, S. Yager, Mary Grainger, Miss Purdom, Martha Grainger, \V. Grainger, Black, Fischer. left to right: Wise, Baynard, D. LeGrande. E. LeGrande, Davis, V. LeGrande, Whitley, Lancaster.

Seated,


Beta Pi Theta Fonde 1926

PI

ZETA

Fonde 1930

LES

MEMBRES McMillion

Agnes Bondurant

Elise

Margaret Carroll

Bonnie Lane Meriel McAllister

Edith

Hammack Lois Vassar

LES

MEMBRES HONORAIRES

Mile. Helen Draper Mile. Estelle Smithey Mile. Mary Nichols

This year Beta Pi Theta sponsored the annual FrenchSpanish Bazaar. On February 5 Miss Coulling's art room was gayly decorated with valentines which we surprisingly discovered bore intriguing salutations in languages not our own. Our money was changed as we entered for that of France and Spain, and all purchases were made through this foreign exchange. In addition to valentines there were handkerchiefs, bonbons, bibelots, and dolls in French and Spanish costumes for sale. Old France and Spain seemed to return to us for a moment as we looked at the bright costumes around us and listened to the singing of the old folk went to a sidewalk cafe of the Rue de la Paix songs. where sandwiches, tea, and hot chocolate were served. After an entertaining guignol show, we found that the afternoon had flown. Reluctantly we had our money changed to good American coins and found ourselves back in S. T. C. with memories of a pleasant afternoon. 1

We

Left to right: McMillion, Lane, Carroll, Bondurant, McAllister, Miss Draper, Hammack, Vassar.


Standing, left to right : Phelps, Swift, Miss Rice, Clark, Dr. Walmsley. Sealed, left to right: Morris, Buchanan,

Milby.

Sigma Pi Rho Honorary Fraternity

VIRGINIA Instituta

in

Latin

ALPHA CHAPTER

Novembri

MCMXXIX

SOCII Sara Buchanan

Elizabeth Morris

Carmen Clark

Ruth Phelps

Elise

Mary

McMillion Dr.

J.

SOCIUS Mr.

The formed

particular is

Swift

Miss Minnie V. Rice

Katherine Milby

business

J.

E.

Walmsley

HONORATUS M.

Grainger

and object

for

which

this

fraternity

was

the fostering of love of the classics, the inculcating of the ideals

of scholarship, and the promotion of training for teachers in Latin. In order to aid in the accomplishment of these aims, Sigma Pi Rho with the help of Sodalitas Latina presents three times yearly a publication.

The Tributum,

containing articles of especial interest to lovers of

the classics.

-83-


Pi

Gamma

Mii

OFFICERS Margaret Dortch

President

Virginia

Acworth

Vice-President

Virginia

Hannah

Secretary)

Zaida Thomas

Ann

Treasurer

Galusha...

Reporter

MEMBERS Virginia

Acworth

Lloyd Kelly

Dudley Allen

Louise Lewis

Martha Bailey

Bess McGlothlin

Bean

Virginia

Jean McConnaughey

Doris Carper

Norvell Montague

Ehzabeth Carroll

Nellie Pierpont

Ruth Crumley

Marion Pond

Martha Glenn Davis

Dorothy Price

Margaret Dortch Claire

Lucille

Eastman

Ann Galusha

Deane Saunders

Hannah

Virginia

Rhodes

Marjorie Robertson

Anne

Scales

Katherine Hurt

Frances Smith

Kathryn Jamison

Zaida Thomas

Nora Jones

Catherine

Walden

Louise Walmsley

FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. M. B. Coyner

Mr.

S.

Standing

M.

left lo righi:

Seated, left

â&#x20AC;˘84-

Holton,

to right:

Miss Grace Moran Jr.

Dr.

J.

E. Walmsley

Thomas, Pond, Bean. Mr. Holton, Galusha, Acworth, Dortch, Hannah, Crumley,

Price.


Standing, Seated,

left

to

right:

left to right

Eastman,

:

Kelly, Montague.

Davis, Lewis, Rhodes,

McGlothlin,

Hurt,

Robertson.

It is

to

the purpose of the Virginia

interest in Social

toward in

Science, to

all social questions,

Gamma

Chapter of Pi

who have shown

recognize those students

instill

and

in

to build

outstanding

minds a

their

up an

Gamma Mu abihty

scientific

and

attitude

interest for further

work

science.

Our annual Mardi Gras

is

also sponsored

ladies in swishing Spanish skirts

Costumes of

all

descriptions

by Pi

Gamma Mu.

and lacy mantillas make up

made

Lovely

the court.

a medley of color, and the affair

one of gaiety, music, laughing faces, and dancing

feet.

is

CBrroll,


Basketball Season 1936-1937

Frances Hudgins

Captain

Sue Eastham

Manager

Chlotilde Jarman

Assistant

Miss Olive T. Iler

Coach

VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Ruby Adams

*Sue Eastham

Elizabeth Berryman

Edna

Dorothy Fischer Pat Gibson

Boiick

Mabel Burton

Alma

Jennie Belle Gilliam

Butterworth

*Ellen Gilliam

^Frances Hudgins

^Virginia Carroll Inez Chappell

Chlotilde

Ruth Chambers

Evelyn

Cassie

Jarman

Mann

Jean McConnaughey

Coleman

*Ruth Phelps

Marie Dix

^Virginia Smith

Fifih ram,

Third ram,

Second

Fischer, J. B. Gilliam, Coleman, Boiick,

left to right:

left to

Phelps, Chappell, Carroll,

right:

here!

!

right:

lo

It really is!

"Remember

Adam

McConnaughey.

Jarman, Eastham, Mann.

rovi, left to right:

First roni, left

It's

Gibson, Chambers, Berryman, Dix, BuHerworth.

left lo right:

Fourth row,

E. Gilliam, Hudgins, Burton.

!

What???

!

Why

basketball sea-

schools as Blackstone, Wingate,

C, Lynchburg

N.

College,

emerged

game last year between Harrisonburg and Farmville?? That really was a swell game, and we must work hard and beat them this year." Such things were

undefeated!

Sue Eastham, manager of basketball, who has

arranged

T. C.'s schedule, also plays on the team and

whispered around

has charge of class games.

son

!

basketball

that

practice.

S.

T. C.'s team

up

S.

T. C.'s

Girls

who season

rooms

as girls dressed

who were determined

varsity squad.

basketball

*Varsity team.

the locker

the best ever.

Frances Hudgins,

Then

in

It

was such

They

to

girls that

for

make made

elected as their captain

has played four years on the team.

began with games between such

William and Mary, and Harrisonburg, and our

The

S.

class

games were played

off

on February

"red and white" again proving victorious. of

all athletics at

tices

Rah!

girls

Miss

Farmville, coaches and supervises

and has led Farmville's team Blue and White!!!

to

many

1

4, with

Iler,

all

victories.

coach prac-

Ray!


Left

right: Burks, Blankenship, Keesee.

to

Archery Season, 1936-'37 Maxine Burks Cassie

-

Coleman

Assistant

-

Manager

-

Manager

here an arrow, and there an arrow. In fact, you will near the athletic field. Robin Hood would them almost everywhere never stand a chance among the fair damsels who participate in that outstanding game of "hitting the spot." Maxine Burks, manager of archery, has done a great deal to promote interest in archery, and she has proved very successful. The Freshmen are especially fond of the game, and with all the upperclassmen, the A. A. field is quite crowded on the days when archery practices are held. Another of our girls, Ruth Phelps "knows how it's done," and has acquired that certain thing that causes

Whiz, bang

find

her to

hit the

We After hit

spot every time.

advise a

all,

game

we do hke

without being

Maxine

is

hit

ready

practice

!

!

back,

to

so let's all get going

mend the we are tops, and in this we know how it's done

of archery to help

to think if

make cupids out of all of to the A. A. field

—On

S.

"love-torn heart." little

game we can

T. C.'s fair maidens, the day for archery

It's

!

-87-


Chi Baker Rice

Slater

Hurt Bowles 5


idu etAanaUUei^ The

girls

pictured hereafter have been

chosen from the student body for their sterling qualities of leadership. felt

among

the

members

It

is

of this body

that these girls have helped to

make

cause a pleasant and also worthwhile one. They forgot them-

this year's

selves to help others and, in order that

you

may

happy

to

never forget them,

remind you of

.

.

.

we are


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Bacl( ron>, left

Middle

to

right:

Somers, Anderson, Graham, Roberts.

ron), left to right:

Front row,

left to right:

Dr. Simkins, Vaughan, McGlothlin, Mr. Grainger, Montague.

Seward, Dugger.

The Farmville Quarterly Review STUDENT STAFF Mary Harrison Vaughan

.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

NoRVELL Montague Katherine Bess

S.

Roberts

Assistant Literary Editor

McGlothlin

Anne Graham Lillian

Chairman

Literary Editor

Business

Manager

Assistant Business

Manager

Ann Dugger

Anderson

Nan Seward

Rose Somers

FACULTY COMMITTEE Mr.

J.

M.

Grainger, Chairman

Miss Ottie Craddock Miss Brownie Taliaferro Miss Lucile Jennings

Mr. T. A. McCorkle Dr. F. B. Simkins

The

Farmville Quarterly Review was established on

became

campus

in

1936.

the publication in the

The

this

In the fall of 1936, subscriptions to the magazine a part of the campus fees of this college, thus placing a copy of

the spring of

hands of each student three times a year.

purpose of the Quarterly Review is to encourage creative writing among students and to keep the school conscious of the literary accomplishments of graduate members.


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Back

rott, left lo right:

Bean. Front roTp, left Dorlch, Glass.

to

York, Clark,

Irby,

right:

Cox,

Bowles,

Or chests Honorary Dance Club

To

Purpose:

Further the Art of the

Dance

FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. Louise R. Fitzpatrick

OFFICERS Katherine

Irby..-

President

Marguerite York Margaret Thomas

Secretary-Treasurer

Costume Chairman

ACTIVE MEMBERS Bean

Mary Bowles

Helen Glass Katherine Irby

Susie Clark

Margaret Thomas

Virginia

Marguerite York

Chic Dortch

Mary

Joyner

Cox

INACTIVE MEMBERS Frances Hudgins

Virginia Leonard

Ann

Peple

HONORARY MEMBER Dorothy Wise 100-


Association of Childhood Education OFFICERS

Rose Somers

Emily Channell CAROLINE UpsHUR

President

NoRVELL Montague.

Vice-Presidenl

Mary

B.

Haynes

..Secretary

.—

.

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

MEMBERS Margaret Bailey Maxine Burks Emily Channell Mary Chappell

Mary

Joyner

Cox

Helen Callihan

Martha Gwaltney Frances Hudgins Evelyn Holmes

Norvell Montague Frances Maxey Virginia Pilcher

Margaret Russell

Nancy Wall

Katherine Ryburn Elizabeth Smith

Marjorie Woolfolk

Berniece Jones Jacqueline Johnson Lucile Moseley

Grace Allen Pittard Dorothy Robertson

Rose Somers

Clara Pmckard

Virginia Scanlan

Fay Barrow

Pela Read

Caroline Upshur

Juanita Callis

M. Raney Dot Raper

Helen Gage

Rebecca Glenn

Alice Elder

NEW MEMBERS Letty Bagwell

Frances Bradshaw Frances Bryan

Eunice Chernault Audrey Culpepper

Gwen Humphreys Margaret Jung

Kemp

Kitty Dix

Virginia

Rosemary Brown

Emma

Elizabeth Butler Army Butterworth Katherine Cox

Louise Foster

Rachel Moseley Kitty Morrison Amy Powell

Easley

Elizabeth

Hardy

Julia

Nancy Sellman

Elizabeth Rawlirgs Maud Rives

Dorothy Scott

Kitty Roberts

Marjorie Wicks Frances Williams

Julia

Rowe

Kitty

Waite

Peggy Young

FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss

Grace E. Mix Mary B. Haynes

Henry

Sibyl

Georgia Norris Ida Penny

The

Association of

Education

composed

Childhood

a national organization

is

of

nursery -school,

kin-

dergarten, and primary teachers, and others

who

are interested

education of young children.

in It

the

con-

cerns itself with the conservation of child

life

through

a

better

under-

standing of children and through

providing for their

all

possible opportunities

development

physically,

intellectually,

emotionally, socially,

and

morally.

Standing, left to right: Montague, Haynes, Somers, E. Channell. Sealed: Upshur.

Mi!

101


Lan.

Top row,

left to right:

Mallory, Secretary

and Treasurer; Mr. McCorkle, Adviser; Smith, President.

Bottom rom,

left to right:

Bowles, Leader;

Montgomery, Business Manager.

NEW MEMBERS Jacqueline

Adams

Dorothy Adkins Doris Adkins

Mary

Elizabeth Badger

Beverley Baptist May Bates Esther Beebe

Ann

Billups

Louise Breckinridge Elsie Cabell Virginia Carroll

Ruth

Emma

Chambers

Bruce Crowell Elsie

Dodd

Jane Hardy Helen Byrd Harris

Harwood

Dorothy Eades Marie Eason Margaret Etheridge

Lloyd Kelly Sara Keesee

Nancy Fontaine

Martha McCorkle

Frances Gaskirs Judith Gathright Jennie Belle Gilliam

Bess McGlothlin

Martha Meade Hardaway

Hope Minter Anne Moore

Ann Hardy Betty

Hardy

Betty

Madeline McGlothlin Essie Millner

Marjorie

Nimmo

Mary K.

Virginia Lee Pettis

Nancy Sellman Anna Shiflett

Margaret Pittard

Prince Smith

Virginia

Nininger

PoUey

Jane Powell Dorothy Price Macon Raine

Ada San ford Ann Scott

Micou Snead Nancy Taylor Elizabeth Tyree Harriette Vaden

Margaret Williams Caroline Willis

Phil Schlobohm

Lula

Windham

Ruth Sears Rosabel Seay

Eliza

Wise

mmm*

m

Sidney Yonce


Mary Bowles

W.

(right). Leader,

S. Hoppstetler

(left).

Moonlight and ecstasy mingled with sequins and old gold Fall Cotillion. Those who have never been to one of these affairs, await the fall dance with eager anticipation; while those who have previously enjoyed the fun hope to recapture some of the joy that stands out in their memory from the years past, as it is our formal opening dance. This is one occasion that, if the roll were called, This year the University of Virginia all would be present. Cavaliers furnished the season's latest "swing" music, and as there was really quite a celthe dance fell on Hallowe'en

mean

Both

Club dances are the most formal Farmusually a "special" date that gets asked

the Cotillion

has,

ville

and

it's

to these.

In the spring

and corsages of

it's

carefree feeling that the

atmosphere.

Stardust

fragile

somehow

march in and

ness sweetens our memories,

and

light

m

There's a touch of sadness here as the

seniors, for the last time,

eyes,

hyacinth blue, filmy chiffon, flowers, while that happy spring pervades fills the air

spring

hearts

make

the figure. the

many

But

this

smiles,

sad-

shining

the all-too-short hours swiftly

pass.

ebration.

•«*mKPH«w

-St: f.

t #


Left

lo

right:

Treasurer;

Hayes, President;

Nottingham, Secretary;

Ebel, Vice-

President.

L avh.antote^

7

Dodd,

Miss Moran, Classman;


Dorothy Adkins

Sue Adams St.

Y.

W.

Danville, Virginia

Albans, West Virginia

Freshman Commission,

C. A.:

1

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Social Committee; Athletic

;

Athletic Association.

Association.

Doris Adkins

Louise M. Allgood

Danville, Virginia

Boydton, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. Freshman Commission, Social C. A. Committee; Athletic Association. :

Home

Economics Club;

Y.

W.

C. A,

Athletic Association.

Lillian Anderson

Louise

Anthony

Covington, Virginia Danville, Virginia

A * S

A S A; r

Choral Club, 1 Le Cercle Fran^ais, Debate Club; FarmvilleQuarlerl^ Review. 1

;

Staff

Member.

;

Fan

-

Council;

Hellenic

Hall President, 2; Y.

W.

* House Council: C. A.; Athletic

Association.

Elizabeth Ball

Annie Ruth Baird

Salvia, Virginia

Savedge, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic Association.

Dramatic Club; College Choir; Choral Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Mary Ethel Barnes

Ruby Kent Bane Vernon

Boykins, Virginia

Hill, Virginia

AST

A * S Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Cotillion

Club;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

Association.

Lucy Baskerville

Jacqueline Beal

McKenney, Virginia

Scottsville, Virginia

House Council: Hall Pr Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

idem, 2;

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

105-


Evelyn Christian Beale

Sara Melba Beale

Smithfield, Virginia

Smithfield, Virginia

A

2

4"

Beorc

;

Eh Thorn

Dramatic Club; Sodaiilas Latina; Baptist Student Union; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.;

Student Union;

Gwendolyn Bell

Elizabeth Warren Berryman

Washington, North Carolina

Surry, Virginia

College

Y.

Baptist

Athletic Association.

n K Club;

Home

Dramatic Club;

Association.

2;

A $ 2

Choral Club; Cotillion 2; Campus League; A.; Athletic Association.

Choir;

May W. C.

Court,

Home

Economics Club; Y.

Athletic Association;

W.

C. A.;

Field and Track

Manager,

2.

Margueritte a. Blackwell Roanoke, Virginia

M

Ruth Elizabeth Boaz

A * 2

Q;

Stuart, Virginia

Dramatic Club; CotilHon Club; Student Standards Committee, 1,2; House Council: House President, 2; Y. W. C. A.: Membership Committee, 2; Athletic

Dramatic

Choral

Club;

C. A.;

Club;

Y.

Athletic Association.

Association.

Louise Borden

Elizabeth Bounds

Front Royal, Virginia

Cho

Club; Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic

Association.

West Y.

W.

Point, Virginia

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Pattie Alston Bounds Norfolk, Virginia

A 2

A; r *;

A *

Helen Bowman 2; Beorc Eh Thorn

Riverton, Virginia

Dramatic

Club, 1, 2; Debate Club, 2; League, 2; Student Standards Committee, 1, 2; RolunJa Staff: Reporter; Y. W. C. A.: Membership Com-

Campus

mittee,

1,

2;

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Athletic Association.

Virginia Carolyn

Boyd

Catherine Boyette

Susan, Virginia

Newsoms, Virginia

A * 2 Y.

-106-

W.

C. A.

;

Athletic Association.

A* 2 Y.

W.

C. A.

;

Athletic Association.

W.


Florence Bress Norfolk, Virginia

Frances Bradshaw

A * 2

Rice, Virginia

Le Cercle Fran^ais; Debate Club; RoAssociation

Choral Club; Education; Y.

W.

Childhood

of

C. A.;

Athletic

tunda Staff: ager,

Circulation

Assistant

Circulation

1.

Association.

Man-

Manager, 2; Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Margaret Britton Waverly, Virginia

Helen Marie Briggs Whaleyville, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

H.O Club; Y. W. C. A.: Membership Committee; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

Association.

Frankie Bryan Cre\ve, Virginia

Kathleen Hawenton Brooks

A 2 T

Clarksville, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Commission, Treasurer, 1

;

Athletic Association.

Pan-Hellenic Council, 2; College Choir; Choral Club; Orchestra; Cotillion Club; Association of Childhood Education; House Council: House President, 2; Y. W. C. A.: Music Committee, Chairman; Athletic Association.

Dorothy Buckland

Elizabeth Burke

Roanoke, Virginia

St. Stephens, Virginia

n K

2; Beorc Eh Thorn

n K 2 Club; Campus

Dramatic Club; Cotillion League; Student Standards Committee; Student Day Committee; Student CounY. W. Freshman Representative cil Athletic C. A.: Prayers Committee, :

;

1

;

Choir; Choral Club; Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club; Campus House PresiLeague; House Council: dent; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association. College

Association.

Mabel Burton Richmond. Virgmia

Jane Burke

A

Appomattox, Virginia

Dramalic Club; Hall Council: Staff:

Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

T

::

Monogram Club; House RotunJa 2; Y. "W. C. A.:

President,

Sports Editor. 2;

Membership Committee; Athletic AssociaVarsity Basketball Team, 1,2; Class Manager Minor Basketba'.l 1 earn.

tion:

1

;

Sports, 2.

Elizabeth Butler

Alma Harris Butterworth

Norfolk, Virginia De'Vl/itt,

r 6; r Dramatic

Club;

Granddaughters'

Club;

Association of Childhood Education; May Court, 2 House Council Hall President, :

1;

Virginia

^'

:

Y. 'W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association: Class

Hockey Team,

1

,

2.

107-


Sarah Lewis Button Farmville, Virginia

S 2 S; A * 2; r

Jane Frances Carroll

*

Portsmouth, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Le Cercle Franjais; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Freshman Commission, Town Girls Commillee, Church Cooperative Committee, 2.

Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.: Prayers Committee; Athletic Association.

Virginia Carroll

Louise Chandler

Rocky Mount, Virginia

Virgilina, Virginia

I

;

f

H=0

Cotillion Club;

Club;

;

A * 2

May

Court, 2; Chapel Committee; Athletic Association: Secretary, 2, Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2.

College

Choir; Choral Club; Rolunda Staff: Reporter, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Katharine A. Coleman

Virginia H.

Coleman

Norfolk, Virginia

Boydton, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

W.

Lucille Cover

Ellen Conyers

Elkton, Virginia

Chester, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Home

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Economics Club;

House Council; Y.

W.

Cotillion Club; C. A.; Athletic

Association.

Kathryn

L.

Cox

Elizabeth Norment Cralle

Norfolk, Virginia

Farmville, Virginia

n K

2

n K 2 Cotillion Club;

Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Education;

Margaret Hannah Critcher

Y.

W.

Ida Catherine

Roxboro, North Carolina

Dramatic Club; C. A.

108-

;

Cotillion

Club;

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Crockett

Tangier, Virginia

Y.

Athletic Association.

W.

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.


Violet Zadie Cross

Evelyn Jane Crockett

Whaleyville, Virginia

Tangier, Virginia

W.

Y.

C. A.

;

Athletic Association.

Choral Club; House Council: Hall Pn ident, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Yetive Dawson

Ardayre Culpepper

Saxe, Virginia

Portsmouth, Virginia Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Choir; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

College

Catherine Dix

Louise P. DeJarnette

White Stone, Virginia

Clarkton, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

A * 2

W.

Y.

Association.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Elsie Christine

Brenda G. Doggett

Dodd

Windsor, Virginia

Richmond, Virginia

n K 2 Choral Club; Cotillion Club; House Coun-

Granddaughters'

Adelaide Dressler

College Baptist

T; r

Y.

W.

C.

A.

Beatrice Driskill

Intervale, Covington, Virginia

A 2

Club;

Athletic Association.

House President, 2; Class Treasurer, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association. cil:

Drakes Branch, Virginia

*

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Choir; Granddaughters* Club; Student Union; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Ann Dugger Farmville, Virginia

Ida

2 2 2;

Mabel Drumheller Gladstone, Virginia

Editor;

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

A * 2

Dramatic Club; Magazine Staff: Literary

Y.

W.

Rotunda C. A.:

Reporter, 2; Committee, 2; Varsity Tennis

Staff:

Town

Girls'

Athletic Association:

Team.


Emma Mary Emily Dunton

Virginia Easley

South Boston, Virginia

Nassawadox, Virginia Cotillion

Club;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

2 2 S Athletic

Association.

Association of Childhood Education; Rotunda Staff: Reporter; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Cotillion Club;

Dorothy Eaton

Doris Eason

Princess Anne, Virginia

Roanoke, Virginia

W.

Y.

Y.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Vera Ebel Richmond, Virginia

Blanche Ellis Gasburg, Virginia

Choral Club; Cotillion Club; May Court, 2; Rotunda Staff: Reporter; Class Secretary,

Class Vice-President, 2; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

1,

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

Martha Carolyn Etter Lucille English Oldham, Virginia

Rising Sun, Maryland

Choral Club; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.;

College Choir;

W.

Y.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Athletic Association.

Louise

Eubank

Chase City, Virginia

Martha Evans Meredithville, Virginia

Choral Club; House Council: Hall Pv ident, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Granddaughters'

Club;

W.

C. A.

Athletic Association.

A.;

Q

Pan-Hellenic Council, 2; Chapel CommitHome Economics Club; Cotillion tee; Club; Virginian Staff: Assistant Photographic Manager, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

no-

C.

Richmond, Virginia

M Y.

W.

Miriam Vannerson Ficklin

Betty Fagg Elliston, Virginia

Cotillion Club;

Y.

Athletic Association.

Association.


Louise Foster

Martha Floyd

Lynchburg, Virgmia

Hilton Village, Virginia

A * 3 Choral Club; Granddaughters' Club; Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dramatic Club; Le Cercle Frangais, Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Jessie

Julia Furnival

Estelle Foutz

Orange, Virginia

Roanoke, Virginia Club;

Cotillion

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

Association.

Alpha Lee Garnett Richmond, Virginia

Helen Elliott Gage

r e

Hampton, Virginia Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Club; Granddaughters' Club; Y. W. Cotillion Club; Class Treasurer, C. A.: Sing Committee, 2; Athletic

Dramatic

1

;

Association.

Frances Gaskins

Mildred Gentry

Suffolk, Virginia

Yancey

Mills, Virginia

A * Dramatic Club; Choral Club; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

Y.

W.

Y.

r

^

Courtland, Virgmia

Crozet, Virginia

Club;

;

Rebecca Gillette

Marie Gill Granddaughters'

i:

C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

C.

A.;

Athletic Association.

House Council, 2; Y. W. Membership Committee; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

C. A.:

Association.

Nancy Holley Gray

Helen Greene

Roanoke, Virginia

M

Staunton, Virginia fi

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Freshman Commission, Chairman, Athletic Membership Committee, 1

1

,

Home Economics

Club;

Y.

W.

C. A.

Athletic Association.

;

Association.

-Ill


Elizabeth Hardy Caroline Gwathmey

Kenbridge, Virginia

Walkerton, Virginia College Choir; Choral Club; Le Cercle Frangais; Granddaughters' Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Janice

Club; Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Cotillion

Association.

Frances Hastings

Hart

Blackstone, Virginia

Norfolk, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Sarah Hayes

Dorothy Lynn Hatcher

Hilton Village, Virginia

Salem, Virginia

Home

Economics Club; Y.

2 2 2; A

W.

4>

S

C. /

Club;

Granddaughters'

Athletic Association.

Class

President,

I,

Cotillion

2;

Freshman Commission,

Club; C. A.:

Y.

W.

Ex

Officio,

I

;

Athletic Association.

Rose Allen Higginbotham

Dorothy Henderson

Tazewell, Virginia

Saltville, Virginia

Y.

W.

n K

S

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dramatic Club;

Choral Club; Sodalitas Latina; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Elizabeth Himes Roanoke, Virginia

Neyra Hines Gretna, Virginia

Choral Club; Granddaughters' Club Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Publicity Com;

mittee;

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

Athletic Association.

Athletic Association.

Marie Bowen Hoge

Frances Holloway

Bland, Virginia

Smithfield, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.


Le Noir Walton Hubbard

GwEN Humphrey

Crewe, Virginia

A S

A *

T;

Cedar

S; Beorc Eh Thorn

Dramatic Club; Sodalitas Lalina; Granddaughters' Club; Rotunda Staff: Reporter, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Margaret Hunter

Y.

W.

W.

of

Nancy Louise Hunter

Richlands, Virginia

Y.

Bluff, Virginia

Childhood Education; C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association

Richlands, Virginia

Y.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Frances Hutcheson

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Virginia Epes Irby

Lexington, Virginia

Farmville, Virginia

Club; Granddaughters' Club; Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Dramatic Cotillion

Association.

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Town Girls' Committee; Athletic Association.

Frances

Henrietta Ivers

Irving

J.

Newport News, Virginia

Portsmouth, Virginia

n K

2 S S Dramatic

Y.

W.

Club; C. A.

Granddaughters' ;

Club;

Cotillion Club;

2

House Council. 2; Y.

C. A.; Fresliman Commission.

Athletic Association.

1

W.

;

Athletic Association.

Mary Gibbon Jackson

Ruth Mason James

Richmond, Virginia

Richmond, Virginia

r e House Council: Hall Pri C. A.: Freshman Coi

Cotillion Club; ident, 2;

Y.

mission,

Dramatic Club; Student Council: Freshman Representative; Y. W. C. A.: Social Committee; Athletic Association.

W. 1

;

Athletic Association.

Cornelia Jeffress

Florence Jeffrey

Boydton, Virginia

A *

Arvonia, Virginia

Home

i;

Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.: Membership Committee, 2, Service Committee, I

Athletic Association.

Economics Club; Granddaughters* Cotillion Club House Council Club Hall President, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic ;

;

;

Association.


Lucy Thomas Jeffries

Dorothy Johnson

Shacklefords, Virginia

Y.

W.

Alberta, Virginia

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Margaret Ping Jung

Dean Jones

Norfolk, Virginia Charlotte, Virginia

Y.

Choral Club;

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

Anne Walden Kelly Edith Kaylor

Warrenton, Virginia

Appalachia, Virginia

Dramatic Club; Y.

W.

C. A.;

A e A Athletic

Home

Economics Club; Y.

Association.

Virginia

C. A.;

Virginia Kite

Kemp

Culpeper, Virginia

Hopewell, Virginia Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

W.

Athletic Association.

Cotillion Club;

Education;

Cotillion

Club;

Association,

Elvira M. Ligon Keysville, Virginia

Y.

Association.

C. A.;

Athletic

Gwendolyn McCormick. Elkton,

College Choir; Choral Club, 1; Granddaughters" Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

W.

Association.

Maryland

randdaughters' Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Mary Louise McCullough Lanes, South Carolina

Elizabeth McIntosh Farmville, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association: Class Volley Ball Team, 1. Cotillion

Club;

Cotillion

Club;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Association.

Athletic


Catherine Maynard

Leah Marsh

Williamsburg, Virginia

Miskimon, Virginia

A.;

C.

Choral

Choir;

College

W.

Y.

Club;

Athlelic

Association

Baseball

Team,

Class

Club; Granddaughters' Club; Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Dramatic Cotillion

Association. 1.

Mary Ellen Mims Doris

Luray, Virginia

Ruth Miller

r

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

House Council; Rolunda Staff: Literary Editor; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Charlotte Mae Minton

Kitty Morrison

Roanoke, Virginia

n K Home

r

Economics Club;

Student Council:

*

Dramatic Club; College Choir; Le Cercle Fran^ais; Virginian Staff: Assistant Art Editor. 2; Y. W. C. A.: Publicity Committee, 1,2; Athletic Association.

Newport News, Virginia

* Cotillion

Club;

Sophomore Representa-

Dramatic Club; Association of Childhood Education; House Council: Hall President, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Virginian Staff: Assistant Business Manager. 2; Y. W. C. A.: Publicity Committee; Athletic Association.

Association.

Charlotte Morton

Elizabeth Moss

tive;

Drakes Branch, Virginia

Alexandria, Virginia

College Choir; Sodalitas Latina; Granddaughters' Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

Clara Nottingham

Margaret Motley

Eastville,

Chatham, Virginia

Virgmia

re; A *

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

2

Dramatic Club; Class Secretary, 2; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

Louise Crockett Painter

Marie Padgett

Draper, Virginia

XZ

Lynchburg, Virginia

Home

Economics Club;

Y.

W.

Athletic Association.

C. A.

Y.

W.

T; T

^

C. A.: Advertising Committee; Athletic Association.


Nannie Mae Parker

Perle Elizabeth Panton One Bank, Y.

W.

Cartersville, Virginia

Virginia

W.

Y.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Mary Wanda Porterfield

Catherine Pilcher

Newport, Virginia

Midland, Virginia

Sodalitas

Sodalitas Latina; Cotillion Club; Y. C. A.: Athletic Association.

W.

Y.

W.

Latina; Granddaughters' Club; C. A.; Athletic Association.

Amy Powell

Virginia Louise Price

Wachapreague, Virginia

Meherrin, Virginia

ASA Association of Childhood Education.

Cotillion Club;

College Choir; Choral Club; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

W.

Margaret Pritchard Fannie

Hilton Village, Virginia

n K

Guinea

:s

Dramatic Club; Le Cercle Frangais; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Mae Putney Mills, Virginia

Athletic Association.

Association.

Julia

May Raney

Goldsboro, North Carolina

Nellie Putney Farmville, Virginia

Frangais; Y. W. C. Athletic Association.

â&#x20AC;˘cle

A.

Dramatic Club; Choral Club; Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dorothy Rarer Hanover, Virginia

Elizabeth Rawlings Bird's Nest, Virginia

A 2 A Cotillion Club;

Education;

Association of Childhood W. C. A.; Athletic

Y.

Association.

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Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club; Association of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.


Althea Malissa Reed

Jean Gardner Rawls Franklin, Virginia

Y.

W.

Troutville,

C. A.; Athlelic Association.

Y.

W.

Maude

Virginia Ritchie

Virgmia

C. A.; Athlelic Association.

Rives

McKenney, Virginia

Ocean View, Virginia

A Z T Orchestra; Y.

man

of

W.

Music

C. A.: Cabinet, Chaii Athletic Association.

;

Katherine

Education;

Roberts

S.

Nassawadox, Virginia

A 2

A; r

Mamie Scott Roberts

*

Madisonville, Virginia

'^'^arazine Staff: Assistant Literary Editor;

Sophomore Representa-

Student Council:

Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athlelic Association.

Cotillion Club;

Virginian Staff: Assistant Littive, 2; eiary Editor, 2; Y. W. C. A.; Athlelic Association.

Dramatic Club; Association of Childhood Education; Debate Club; Rotunda Staff: Assistant Circulation Manager; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Jennie Rock Lynchburg, Virginia

Dramatic

Y.

W.

Mary Eleanor Rodgers

House Council: Hall Rotunda Staff: Reporter, 2;

Club;

President, 2;

C. A.:

Social Committee; Athlelic Association.

Faber, Virginia

Le Cercle Francais; Y.

W.

C. A.

Athletic Association.

EURLEAN RoSSER

Mary Julia Christian Rowe

Pamplin, Virginia

Norton, Virginia

A * S Debate Club; Y.

W.

C. A.

Athletic

Association.

of Childhood Education; C. A.; Athlelic Association.

Association

Y.

W.

Dorothy Viola Rudder

Mary Ann Sanderson

Brookneal, Virginia

Birds Nest, Virginia

A * 2 Sodalitas Latina; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

A * 2 Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Associalio

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Jane Beale Saunders

Beckie Sandidge

Newport News, Virginia

Amherst, Virginia

A 2 A A * 2 Choral

W.

Y.

Club;

Le Cercle Fran^ais; Sodalitas Latina; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dramatic C.

A.;

Athletic

Association.

Club;

W.

Kathleen Sawyer

Jane Scaggs

Princess Anne, Virginia

Fincaslle, Virginia

A *

S; Beorc

Sodalitas Latina;

Y.

Eh Thorn

W.

Rotunda

Staff: Typist, 2;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic Association.

C. A.; Athletic

Association.

Beverley Sexton

Nancy Sellman Scarsdale,

Hamlet, North Carolina

New York

Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

Education;

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club, 1; Granddaughters' Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

Mary Francis Simpson Ellen

F.

Skillman

Victoria, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Associat

E.

Elizabeth Smith

Success, Virginia

Choral Club; House Council: Hall President; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Lucy

Dramatic Club; Le Cercle Fran(;ais; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Lucy Finch Smith Chase City, Virginia Granddaughters' Club;

Y.

W.

Athletic Association.

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E.

Smith

Dillwyn, Virginia

Farmville, Virginia

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

Athletic Association.

Margaret Hill Smith Chase City, Virginia

C. A.;

Granddaughters' Club; Y.

W.

Athletic Association.

C. A.;


Virginia

Whitehead Smith

Princess Anne, Virginia

Virginia Winston Smith

A * 2

r 9; r *;

Dumbarton, Virginia

Gamma

Dramalic Club: Assistant Business Manager, 2; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.: Publicity Committee,

I;

ketball

Psi: President, 2;

Athletic Association: Varsity BasSquad, 1, 2, Class Baseball Team, I, Volley Ball, Manager.

AST Home

Y.

Economics Club;

W.

C. A.

Athletic Association.

BuENA Vista Speake Marguerite H. Snell

Luray, Virginia

AST

Phenix, Virginia

Club; Debate Club; House Hall President, 2; Rotunda Staff: Chief Typist; Y. W. C. A.;

Dramatic Council:

Athletic Association.

AssoDramatic Club; College Choir, ciation of Childhood Education; Y. W. C. A.: Prayers Committee, 1,2; I

;

Athletic Association.

Margaret Stallard IsABELLE Sprinkle

Fairfield,

Buchanan, Virginia

n K Debate Club; Y.

ii

W.

Kentucky

r e

C. A.; Athletic

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

Sarah Frances Steed

Mary Sullenberger

Meredithville, Virginia

Monterey, Virginia

Club; College Choir; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dramatic

Y.

Inez Sykes

W.

Annie Laurie Taylor

Boykins, Virginia

Orchestra;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Oak Athletic

Association.

Jean Taylor Lexington, Virginia

Y.

W.

David Williams Terry Newport News, Virginia

A Dramatic Club; Choral Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Hall, Virginia

C. A.; Athletic Association.

<j>

2

;

Beorc

Dramatic Club; Y.

Eh Thorn

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

Association.

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Margaret Ruth Thorp

Mary Frances Thomas Skipwith, Virginia

Norfolk, Virginia

Home

Economics Club Campus League Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y.

;

Marjorie Thompson Kimball,

West

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Nan Withers Throckmorton

Virginia

New

York,

New York

n K A Dramatic Club; Debate Club; Class OfVice-President of Freshman Class, ficer: Y. W. C. A.: Committee Member, 1;

Dramatic

Athletic Association.

Athletic Association.

Sing, 2;

Granddaughters' Club; W. C. A.;

Club;

Campus League; Y.

Dorothy Tillett Newport News, Virgmia

M

Ruth Winifred Turner Crewe, Virginia

a

Club; Y. W. C. A.: Social Committee Athletic Association.

iUion

W.

Y.

Club;

Granddaughters'

C.

A.;

Athletic Association.

;

Louise Turnes Virginia

Blackstone, Virginia

Y.

W.

Concord Depot, Virginia

Reed Turner

Class Baseball Hockey Team, Team; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

ss

1

C. A.; Athletic Association.

;

Association.

Elizabeth Lee Tyree Danville, Virginia

Kathleen Twyford Hopeton, Virgmia

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

re; A *

i);

Beorc

Eh Thorn

Club; Campus League; Y. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Cotillion

Catherine Waite

Edna Walden

Culpeper, Virginia

Center Cross, Virginia

r e Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

Education;

ABA; Cotillion

A *

Club;

:;;

Y.

Eh Thorn

Beorc

W.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

Association.

Association.

Selma West

Montine Warmack

Newport News, Virginia

Roxboro, North Carolina

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Athletic Commission, Secretary,

Cotillion Club;

I

Association.

;


Marjorie Wicks Norfolk, Virginia

Elizabeth Hanes Wilkinson

r e

Cumberland, Virginia

A * 2

Cotillion Club; Association of Childhood C. A.; Athletic Education; Y.

W.

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

Association.

Frances Williams Victoria, Virginia

Eloise Williams

A

Newport News, Virginia Dramatic Club; Y.

W.

C. A.;

Athletic

T

i;

Cotillion Club;

Association of Childhood Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Education;

Association.

Caroline Willis

Elizabeth George Wilson

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Lexington. Virginia

Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

Dramatic Club; Cotillion Club; Y. 'W. C. A.; Athletic Association.

A * 2

r G;

Jeannette

Wood

Dramatic

Club;

Y. 'W. C. A.;

Granddaughters'

Woodward

Virginia

Lexington. Virginia

Petersburg, Virginia

AHA

Club;

Athletic Association.

Dramatic Club;

Y.

W.

C. A.;

At'iletic

Association.

Dorothy Wright Fa.mville, Virginia

Nancy Woodward W.

C. A.: Town Girls Committee Athletic Association Varsity Tennis Teani,

Y.

Richmond, Virginia

:

Y.

W.

C. A.; Athletic Association.

I

Sidney

Yonce

Salem, Virf inia

Virginia

Yager r 8:

Rochelle, Virginia

A $ RoiunJa

2; Beorc Eh Thorn

Staff: Assistant Circulation

ager, 2;

Y.

W.

A * 2

Dramatic

Man-

Club; Choral Club; Granddaughters' Club; Cotillion Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Asso:ia:ion: Manager of

Swimming.

C. A.; Athletic

Association.

Margaret Elizabeth Young Norfolk, Virginia

r e Association of Childhood Y. W. C. .A.; Athletic

Cotillion Club;

Education;

.Association.

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left to right: Bounds, BlackAgee, Willis, Lane, Baker. Front row, left to right: Hamlet, Billups, Keesee, Thomas, Wise, Bean, Buckland,

Bacl( row,

well, Gilliam,

Student Standards Committee Zaida Thomas Jennie Belle Gilliam

Chairman Secretary

SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES Zaida Thomas

Jean Willis

JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES Jennie Belle Gilliam

Virginia

Agee

SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Pattie

Bounds

M?rguerite Blackwell

FRESHMEN REPRESENTATIVES Ann

Sara Keesee

Billups

EX-OFFICIO

MEMBERS

Bonnie Lane Dorothy Wise

Virginia Baker Virginia Bean

Martha Hamlet

Frances Hudgins

FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Mix Miss Foster Miss Taliaferro

Dorothy Buckland

Miss Wheeler Miss Hiner Miss Royall

Dr. Jeffers

The

Student Standards Committee serves as a connecting link between the student body, faculty, and home department. It brings about a spirit of friendly cocperation in the solution of many problems, which really seemed so serious until taken over by this committee. It also encourages the highest standards of action and scholarship. The committee is composed of quite prominent people, including the heads of all major organizations, five members of the faculty appointed by Dr. Jarman, and two representatives from each class. It

is

without

quite fundamental in our school it.

life,

and we

just couldn't

do


Gamma

Psi

Honorary Fraternity

for

Art

Founded 1933 State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia

MEMBERS Virginia

Agee

Louise Anthony Pattie

Bounds

Elizabeth Butler

Charlotte Minton

Norvell Montague Louise Painter Katherine Roberts

Sarah Button Adelaide Dressier Margaret Etheridge

Nan Seward

Merwyn

Virginia Whitehead Smith

Gathright

Mildred Gentry Martha Gwaltney

Mary

Ellen

Mims

Margaret Sheffey Frances Smith Frances

Thomas

Dorothy Turner

Fumi Wakayama

FACULTY MEMBER

HONORARY MEMBER

Miss Virginia Bedford

Miss Martha CouUing

Beauty, originality, and culture bring to our minds Gamma Psi. Its a is to encourage work in all phases of art, to furnish forum for the discussion of all matters pertaining to art, and to honor

three-fold purpose

artistic ability in the school.

Evidence of Gamma Psi's work is seen everywhere on our campus gay posters on our bulletin boards, attractive place cards at banquets, and colorful decorations which transform our cold, bleak gymnasium into quite a warm and an enchanting dance floor. Then, too, when we receive those gifts of rings, book-ends, and silver pins, or when we walk into a room which displays pastel drawings, clay animals, and leather work, our guesses are not wrong when we say "Gamma Psi."

Back ron>, left to right: Miss Bedford, Bounds, F. Smilh, Agee, Sheffey, Montague. Middle ro-a>, left to right: Butler, V. Smith, Gathright, Anthony, Burke. Front row, left to right: Button, Roberts, Painter, Mims, Minton, Thomas.

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Back row,

Rhodes, Hurt, Phelps, Dr. Wynne, Turner, Lewis. Hamlet, Lane, GiUiam, Gillette, Eastman, Stieffe

left to right:

Middle row,

to

left

Kelly. Front row, left

right:

right:

to

Roberts, Price, Morris,

Bean, Seward, York.

Kappa Honor

Delta Pi

Socielv

in

Education

Founded 1911

BETA EPSILON CHAPTER Publication:

"The Kadelpian"

STUDENT MEMBERS Dudley Allen Caroline Alsop

Edna

Ruth Phelps

Hannah Katherine Hunt

Dorothy Price

Kathryn Jamison Lloyd Kelly Bonnie Lane Louise Lewis

Lucile Rhodes

Meriel McAllister Bess McGlothlin Katherine Milby Elizabeth Morris Norvell Montague

Gay

Virginia

Bolick

Virginia

Martha Hamlet

Bean

Elsie Cabell

Inez Chappell

Ruth Crumley Erna Dickerson Margaret Dortch Claire Eastman Victoria Gillette

Jennie Belle Gilliam

Mary

Virginia Putney

Elizabeth Roberts

Deane Saunders Nan Seward Stieffen

Zaida Thomas Dorothy Turner Lois Vassar Marguerite York

ACTIVE FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss

Pauhne Camper

(elected)

Alice Carter (elected)

Helen Draper (alumna) B. Haynes (Alpha Pi) Henry (Alpha Tau) Mr. S. M. Holton (elected) Miss Mary Nichols (alumna) Miss Mary Peck (elected) Miss Carrie B. Taliaferro (elected) Dr. J. P. Wynne (Alpha Upsilon)

Mary

Sibyl

HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. 124-

J.

L.

Jarman

Mr.

J.

M.

Grainger

;


Kappa Delta in its

Pi, national honorary society in Education, encourages

members a higher degree

of devotion to social service by fostering

high intellectual and social standards and recognizing outstanding service ir.

the

field

of

education

for

teaching.

Membership

signifies

worthy

educational ideals sound scholarship, and adequate personal qualifica-

Those

tioL?.

rills

whose

scholastic achievements are in the upper quartile

of the collei;e are eligitle for

Bacl( row,

lefl

Middle rom, Front

io

left

right: to

membership

Vassar, Smith, Miss Nichols,

right:

Hammack,

in this society.

Bolick.

Doitch, Thomas, Putney, Montague, Bland, Chappell, Allen.

roB), seated, left to right:

Milby, McGlothlin, Alsop, Saunders, Hannah.

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^

Left

Miss Bedford, Mims, Gath: Baker, Rice, Munt, Roberts.

to right

right,

EDITORIAL STAFF Baker Charlotte Rice... Carter Belle Munt.... Virginia

.....Editor-in-Chief

Associate Editor-in-Chief Literary Editor Assistant Literary Editor

Kitty Roberts

Merwyn Gathright Mary Ellen Mims......

-

......Assistant

Art Editor Art Editor

Long, sleepless nights of work and worry, distracting days of more work and with it all lots of play and fun untold all this, and more that words cannot express, rolled into one volume brings to you this book your Virginian of 1937. We scratched our heads and changed our till one fleeting thought, caught by the wmg, minds many, many times

— —

the beginning! Then followed those long nights gave us our inspiration and and busy days over which we constantly found pleasure in griping others griped with us when we snatched them at inopportune moments to smile at the camera. There came times that from meals, classes, sleep thrill of tried the most patient, but we say "pleasure in griping," for the the work must remain unknown to an outsider.

/.

.


were gathered together and our work began to take more mixed with sadness at the thought of ending our struggles together, crept upon us. With more time for play,

As

loose ends

definite shape, a feeling of excitement,

our first real celebration was an Easter party. Remember all those baskets of eggs and Mr. Mac's bunny rabbit?? As we insert the final page, we're wondering if this will suit your fancy. If it bores you, pity all our futile efforts. But if you like it, our leave you to delve into all our secrets! dreams have been realized.

We

BUSINESS STAFF Mary Elizabeth Slater Charlotte Minton

Manager Manager Photographic Manager Assistant Photographic Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Business

Assistant Business

Ruth Montgomery Miriam Ficklen

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Virginia Leonard

Martha McCorkle.

-

Lois Vassar...

-

-

SuDiE Yager

Typist

Assistant T\)pist

ADVISERS Mr. T. a. McCorkle Miss Nancy Foster Miss Virginia

Business Adviser Literary Adviser

Bedfordâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Left

io right:

-

MinMcCorkle.

Ficklen, Montgomery,

Leonard, Slater, Vassar, Mr. McCorkle. ton,

M.

Art Adviser


Left

lo

Se

light:

3utterwoith, Cabell, Carroll,

A, Butterworfh, Blackwell

Tennis Season, 1936-'37 Manager

Elsie Cabell....

Ruth

Sears

Assistant

Tennis season started

forth

with

from our tennis girls

who were

be the winner!

off

with the promise of one of those exciting

This caused much

singles tournament.

lovers.

The

off,

At

first

The the

"Army" trophy

and enthusiasm

to burst

were crowded every afternoon

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

to

were held every Friday afternoon under

Time passed and

the tournament

was

with those raring, ready Butterworth twins fighting through

to the finals.

behold.

interest

courts

practicing in order to be able to gain the trophy

Official practices

the supervision of Elsie Cabell.

played

Manager

The balls

last

match between

were whizzed by so

games were

tied

and had

that "sister

team" was a

fast that they

to

sight to

were hardly

be played again.

The

visible.

last

time

Butterworth came forth the victor and winner of the singles


Monogram Club Motto: "Sportsmanship Always" Colors

Blue and White

:

OFFICERS Marguerite York

Edna

Bolick....

....Vice-President

-

Inez Chappell

Katherine

...President

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â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

-

-

..Secrelar})

Treasurer

-

Irby...

MEMBERS Kathleen Bailey

Jennie Belie Gilliam

Edna Bohck Mary Bowles Mabel Burton

Katherine Irby

Evelyn

Ida Sue Carter

Irene Parker

Bess

McGlothhn

Mann

Ruth Phelps

Inez Chappell

Marguerite York

FACULTY ADVISER Miss Olive T. Her

The

purpose of the

scholarship,

Monogram Club

a well-rounded participation of high ideals of honor, duty, athletics

and

all

is

to recognize athletic ability,

Membership

and sportsmanship. in

athletics,

and

other phases of college

it

recognition

is

required in

life.

tests,

Points for membership are

going on hikes, and partic-

ipating in sports of all kinds.

Left

to rlgJjt:

club not only fosters

Sportsmanship

service.

gained by passing physical efficiency

in the

but carries with

Bowles, Mann, Chappell, Bolick, Irby, York, Phelps, Miss

Ilcr.


Left

to

righl:

Vaughan,

McGlothlin, Ritchie,

Irby,

Plummer.

May Day Committee OFFICERS McGlothlin Mary Harrison Vaughan Isabel Plummer Bess

Business Chairman

.Theme Chairman Costume Chairman

Dance Chairman

Virginia Ritchie

Music Chairman

FACULTY ADVISERS

May Day tale.

Virginia Bedford

of

1937

Louise R. Fitzpatrick Katherine Tupper Leola Wheeler

German folk The dance drama took place lives a cruel witch who has

centered around the old

Hansel and Gretel.

before a fantastic house

in

which

changed many innocent people into inanimate objects. Two peasant children. Hansel and Gretel, are put to sleep by -

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the witch's

awaken, they

see the house

her spell.

Katherine Irby

Miss Mrs. Miss Miss

sugar-coated house. When they and are lured by the crafty witch. The children are able to overcome the power of the witch. Thus they free all the unfortunate souls who have been under

Dreams near

Candy with

The

sticks,

gingerbread men, and a beautiful princess

her maidens are released from the witch's magic. princess is crowned before the dehghted eyes of a gatherall

ing of village children,

who dance

folk dances in her honor.

Minnie Smith played the part of the princess and reigned over the celebration. Zaida Thomas played the part of her maid of honor. In the queen's court were: Bonnie Lane, Mary Bowles, Jennie Belle Gilliam, Chic Dortch, Susan Lane, Page Nottingham, Isabel Plummer, Madeline McGlothlin, Carter Belle Munt, Virginia Carroll, Bess McGlothlin, Elizabeth Butler, Virginia Doughty, Vera Ebel, Elizabeth Morris, Dorothy Wise, Martha Hamlet, Gwen Bell, Lloyd Kelly, Elizabeth Harris, Mary Harrison Vaughan, Elsie Dodd, Berniece Jones, and Esther Beebe.


MAY

DAY.

1936

"The Golden Goddess" Lucy Potter Queen

Maid

of honor

.

.

.

.

.

.

Martha Nottingham


ON A RAINY AFTERNOON The weekly wash

A

bull Even rain can't keep 'em away! ... under way Cleaning up. Ain't it cute? Slop peeking, Midge! Everybody's friend Not really working? Some funny! Must be Monday What's wrong with this picture? .

.

.

Darn

Polly!

it,

.

.

.

.

Frances

Neat

And Deep

in

under water

gets

.

.

so to

history

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

A

A

nice

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

quiet evening.

head between two hands Wish "Dear Willardâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;r"

bed ...

.

.

.

I

.

You're really looking had a talking picture

lovely, Isabel!

.

.

.

.

Come

on,

.

.

.

Morpheus!


COLOR RUSH Onlookers

Hold

the

.

.

Cheering section spurs 'em on ... In action

Sing it, Janie! Triumphant— Chi?— Red and White? Green and White holds sway. "The Pause That Refreshes" Freshmen still wear Rat caps?

that line

Will

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Marching along

.

.

.

.

Keep on hoping


Will

Don't

let

it

get

White Christmas and Hanging of

134-

in

you do

the

Greens

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Our

Christmas traditions

action


\ enables bright spot

J&L^ Smiling

at the

world

It"s

in

the

bag!

135.


"THE REIGN OF TERROR" And who

socked you?

At

.

.

.

ease

Studying so soon? Safety

.

Posing again .

.

in

.

.

.

.

Pensive?

You name

numbers

.

.

it

.

Shine, shine

.

.

.

.

.

You

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;we're B.anded

.

.

definitely tired! .

.

.

.

.

Go

.

"J.

T"ing with

the

upperclassman

have something there! .

Dejection

into

.

.

.

"Merry" Sunshine

your dance, Bev.!


HERE Watch

the birdie

.

.

.

More play

work

th:

.

.

One Lunch Typical

.

.

.

This can't

Take your bag, Lady?

bf

true

.

.

.

.

is .

out

'N'

THERE

What

.

d'ya see? ... Lookin' 'em over of our coeds.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;back

to

Obviously truckin'

Pals forever

.

The

.

.

.

.

.

Mov

.

.

.

"the" building,

Caught

.

.

.

What

in passing

friendly crew.

.

big feet .

.

you have

M;

Breakfast in Shannon's


Coronation

Prize-winning costumes seen at the ball

Photographs on this page by Dementi Studio

Our

Mardi Gras Queen King

SUSAN LANE JACK EARMAN

lovely

Qu


He

can't

mean

all

that!

Major OfScers, 1937-38


AND TEARS

SMILES "Cne-nine-three-seven

Sophomores of

'36

Saturday chapel

.

.

.

.

.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; We're .

Time

Seniors

now"

.

out for a snack

Pride of our Hearts

.

.

.

.

Louisville, here

.

.

.

.

Why

Editors

.

we come

so pensive, .

.

Such

.

.

.

.

.

Back home and broke.

.

.

Martha?

dignity

.

.

Near draws

Farewell

to

the end.

Alma

Mater.


Lcfl

to right: Virginia Leonard, Vicepresident; Mary Bowles, President;

Virginia Baker, Treasurer; Moseley, Secretary;

Miss

Her,

Lucile Class-

enLOti


ACWORTH

VIRGINIA LEE Birds Nest, Virginia

MARY FRANCES ADAMS Danville, Virginia

VIRGINIA BOYKIN BAKER Portsmouth, Virginia

SUE BAYNARD Seaford, Virginia

VIRGINIA ACWORTH: Phi Sisnia Manager.

The

:

Lc^

Delta Theta Alpha; Pi Sodalitas Latina

Cercle Fran<:ais

black-haired

;

Gamma Mu ;

Triliiitiini

,

;

Alpha

Business

know

her.

With

calm determination, a word and a smile

that

for everyone, she has unconsciously

Everything she does typically "Virginian." bit

happier.

VIRGINIA BAKER Thorn

;

VikginiAn

;

Gamma

State

:

Theta

;

made many

is

a person a httle

finished with a real finish,

Alpha Kappa

Assistant Editor,

3,

Gamma

Editor, 4

;

;

matics Club

Since

with the steady, grey eyes there she is leading the program at Epworth League. Quiet and unassuming, Virginia has a fine quality that is an inspiration to all who girl

MARY FRANCES ADAMS

Beorc Eh

Class Treas-

Chaperon; Ptudent Standards Committee, 4; Y". W. Sing Committee. 3; Cotillion Chili; Chi; .\thletic Association.

possibly

;

W.

Y.

Mary we

C. A.

greeting ready

own.

who

are close to her value her friendship.

— good —humorous and — —

natured person with a friendly

a

forever smiling

is

amusing

Talkative, yes

lazy, a

trifle

but

in

a

who

who doesn't believe in too much studying know how it is! But under it all there's a good, girl

SUE BAYNARD

Mathe-

;

Frances has been with us for only two years, don't know her as well as we do most of the

all

"grads," but those

She

Transfer from Averett College

:

Athletic Association.

;

:

Orchestra

Athletic Assiciatiin; Y.

W.

;

Le Cercle Frangais

;

manner isn't?

or

all

She

work

her is

a

—you

kind heart.

Sodalitas Latina

;

C. A.

urer, 3. 4: Senior C.

A.;

There's just one thing we'd like to know about Baker, and that's how she's gotten away with being late to classes, lo, these four years. "Big Bake" can see a joke while it's still around

and smiling eyes are warmed by a deep sincerity. Baker's not a person you will ever confuse with any other, for her personality is distinct and belongs just to her, and "it's nice to be natural, if you are naturally nice." the corner, but her delightful giggle

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The

seniors will never forget Sue's willingness to help out in

productions and "Sings"

Sue

is

sistently

for she

a good student, and one

and

well.

can really play a violin!

who

She exemplifies

prepares her

work con-

the qualities of a lady with

her courtesy and consideration of those about her. Unlike a person of many words who may be saying all she knows. Sue is a person of few words; she gives the impression that there are hidden reserves held for a purpose.


;

HELEN VIRGINIA BEAN South Hill, Virginia

JANICE MARIE BLAND Norfolk, Virginia

MARY

VIRGINIA BLANKENSHIP Richmond, Virginia

MARY

ALICE BOGGS Island, Virginia

VIRGINIA BEAN Sigma Sigma Sigma Pi Gamma ilii Ivappa Delta Pi; Alpha Kappa Gamma; P,eorc Eh Thorn; Rotiimhi StiitT: Itt-pnrter, 1, 2, 3, Editor, 4; Class Vice-President, 'A: Dramatic ('lnl>; Dnlicsis Cotillion Club; Association of Childhood Education; Seuiur Chaperon Athletic Association Y. W. C. A. Student Standards Committee Valedictorian, 4. :

:

:

;

Virginia has a rare

gift of

she

is

hand.

combining pleasure and work, as

Although she has many

never too busy to speak a kind

Virginia

is

MARY VIRGINIA BLANKENSHIP: Team, 3

:

word

interests,

or offer a helping

a very versatile person, one whose opinion

and help will be missed greatly S. T. C. next year.

ketball

Choral Chih.

3

;

in the

varied organizations of

Athletic Association; Class BasY. W. C. A.

Mathematics Club

of things, and she played on her class basketball team

same

She

Kappa Delta

Pi

;

Beorc Eh Thorn

;

Y.

W.

C.

A.

Those of us who have known Janice her friendship and

felt

it

this

year have enjoyed

a privilege to have her a

member

of

has been for so short a time. Coming back for degree work, she has entered into our college life and, because of high scholastic attainments, has been invited to active our class, though

it

membership in various honorary societies. Her warm sincerity and friendliness have enriched our year, and graduation will not erase the

memory

MARY ALICE BOGGS

:

of these qualities.

Athletic Association

:

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

Mary Virginia came to us her junior year from WiUiam and Mary in Richmond. It didn't take her long to get into the spirit

;

Athletic Association.

;

well as a fine uprightness of character and conscientiousness

regarding her responsibihties.

JANICE ELAND

you ever see AHce just playing her time away? Do you ever see her in Shannon's hangout? Why, definitely, no! Well, not often, anyhow. She's so much more conscientious than many of us lazy ones that though we do not find her taking a very

Do

and readily makes

active part in extra-curricular life in the college, her class-work

remarks about anything which strikes her as odd. Mary Virginia usually sees a funny side to all matters, in classes and out. It's nice to be able to say of her that she honestly studies and never neglects the real purpose for which she came to school.

is always done and done well. Many of us, no doubt, could learn profitable lessons from her. Remember her in Miss Tucker's freshman history class? And now she's a teacher of history herself a good one, we know.

the

year.

is

slightly

sarcastic

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ALMA ELIZABETH BOOTH Portsmouth, Virginia

LEWIS CASSIE BOSWELL Burkeville, Virginia

MARY ELIZABETH BOWLES Petersburg, Virginia

LELIA ELIZABETH BOYLAN Portsmouth, Virginia

ELIZABETH BOOTH Delta Theta Alpha Dramatic Club Campus League, 2, 4; Y. W. C. A.: Freshman Commission. 1, Church Cooperative Committee. 3 AthU'tic Association. :

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CASSIE BOSWELL: Alpha Sigma Tau Dramatic Club: College Choir; H»0 Club Y. W. C. A. Publicit.v Committee Athletic Association. :

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Rather quietly and unassumingly Elizabeth has moved through her four years at Farmville. Conscientious and very studious, she succeeds in whatever she undertakes, always ready to help where help is needed. shall best remember Elizabeth back stage and as head of the property group of the

We

Dramatic Club.

To

this

organization she

has

made

herself

invaluable.

To

who don't know Cassie very well, let us say that behind that warm smile, with which she greets everyone, is a mighty warm heart. Though she may appear to be very quiet, and easy conversation on first acquaintance any doubt we may have felt, and we feel that she is an old friend. And if you want to see a real little swimmer just watch Cassie in a few of one who will take all honors her

friendliness

disperse

swimming meets

those

MARY BOWLES

Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Kappa Gamma Athletic Association: Treasurer. 2. .3. Hockey Manager, 4; Class Secretar.v, 1. 2, I'residnt. 3, 4; ran-IIellenic Association, S. 4: May Court. 1, 2. 3. 4; Mardi Gras Court, 3, 4: Dramatic Club: Orchesis Cotillion Club: Monogram Club Association of Childhood Education Y. \V. c. A. Chi. :

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those

ELIZABETH BOY'LAX Y.

W.

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Mary is such a httle girl, we wonder how she could fill such a big place in our hearts but she's the darling of the senior class, the pride of the student body, and the toast of Hampden-

There are few who can lighten our burdens as easily Mary and none who can, with such a mischievous grin, make

Sydney. as

us feel that "this

is

why we came

to college!"

:

we

have.

Portsmouth

Club

Betty has been our star tap dancer at the past three years that

Athletic

;

Association

C. A.

;

;

that

we happened

of us learn, she has

all class

functions for

productions, sings, and any other capers

to cut.

made

Always

patient in helping the rest

and dance numbers possible composing and teaching. Her and not too much will bring

the song

— —

through her double-duty efforts quick wit, just satirical enough a hearty laugh from us every lime. And for such a little girl, we all know she has a mighty big mind it's smart, she is


EMILY LYLE BRUMFIELD Farmville, Virginia

SARA ELIZABETH BUCHANAN Tazewell, Virginia

*^

ETHEL MAXINE BURKS Amherst, Virginia

ELSIE

FRANCES CABELL Wilmington, Delaware

EMILY BRUMFIELD

;

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

SARA BUCHANAN

Athletic Association.

town, some of us may not know her as well as we would like to, but those of us who do know her well, all agree that she's simply "swell." Outwardly she's quiet and demure; but when there's fun going on, Emily can be found right in the midst of it. Her genial nature and cheery disposition have brought her many friends, and we'll long remember this pretty gal with soft blond curls.

Because Emily

lives in

Theta

Sigma

:

Association

Sara don't

tell

is

:

Rho W. C.

I'i

Y.

:

Transfer from Mary Baldwin College Beorc Eh Thorn Alpha Phi Sigma A. Sodalitas Latina Cotillion Club. :

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Gamma Athletic

;

really different

from most

girls.

But by

all

means you

her you think so, because in spite of the fact that

might consider it an admirable trait, she doesn't like it. She's really funny not "funny peculiar," but just plain "funny ha-ha. She brought to us a genuinely new kind of wit. She came to us two years ago from Mary Baldwin College, and it

"

didn't take her long to get right into the spirit of the things

around

MAXINE BUEKS Archery.

2.

3,

4

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Y.

:

W.

C.

Choral Club

Athletic Association A. Association of Childhot

Manager

:

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of

Education.

ELSIE CABELL: Thorn

panion.

Maxine

she undertakes.

is

the type

who

puts her best into everything

:

Alpha Sigma Alpha: Kappa Delta Pi; Beorc Eh Alpha Phi Sigma Athletic Association Varsity Tennis Team. :

:

.\ssistniit Manaacr of Tfunis. 2. MnnaL-er. 3. 4: Y. W. C. A.: Social rummiii.T, 4; Hnhnulii Siaft: iiruhi i"U Manager. 2. Assistant Ilusiurss Maiia-cr. ::. llnsiiirss Manai;.'!-. 4: i'h..ial Club: Le Cerele Fraiu:ais: i:i Circulo Espan.il I'rcsiclciit. :: l-..tillion Club. 1,

Archery was Maxine's choice among the forms of athletics, and she has mastered this art to a very great extent. She has won for herself an outstanding place as an archer. But Maxine also has other accomplishments, among them that of making friends. Always happy, she has a way of making people like her. Jolly, laughing, and careless, she makes a pleasant com-

her.

2,

P..

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Some

t

:

of us discovered while in Louisville that Elsie's just

girl at heart. However, she likes and does modern things most capably bridge, tennis, philosophy! Sleep comes second to nothing with her except maybe food. Oh, well, what is life without them? Elsie gives the appearance of a thoroughbred to all who see her, but more than

an "old-fashioned"

a

number

of

that she really

is

one

to those

who know

her.


MARGARET IRENE CARROLL Portsmouth, Virginia

IDA SUE CARTER Cumberland, Virginia

EMILY WHITLEY CHANNELL Smithfield, Virginia

SARAH FRANCES CHANNELL Smithfield, Virginia

MARGARET CARROLL: Alpha Sigma Tau Beta Pi Tlieta Atliletic Association T. W. C. A. Chairman Prayers Committee, 4 House Council Hall President, 4 Dramatic Club Cotillion Club PanHellenic Council, 4 Senior Chaperon, ;

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Margaret

one of those rare individuals who possess one of the greatest qualities conducive to ultimate and complete success

is

diligent application to all her tasks,

whether great or

She readily fulfills all duties and is trustworthy and dependable. Having a warm and friendly nature towards everyone, Margaret has made a lasting and firm circle of friends small.

during her years here.

We

IDA SUE CARTER Monogram

ciation

;

:

Alpha Phi Sigma

:

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

Athletic Asso-

Club.

;

Perhaps one of Ida Sue's greatest assets is her ability to friends. She is always ready to help in any difficulty. She briskly goes about her work with a strong quiet

make and keep determination.

A

ness of her will.

do

things

that there's

twinkle in her blue eyes lightens the serious-

She's one of those people

who

and then do them. Her best friends a word which suits her "loyalty."

say they will will tell

you

are genuinely sorry that she must

leave us.

EMILY CHANNELL: Staflf

:

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Athletic

Association;

Y.

W.

C.

A.;

Jtotiinda

Dramatic Club College Choir Choral Club SecGranddaughters' Club Association of Childhood Education.

Reporter, 4

retar.v, 4

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The other twin! Oh, of course, and it's Emily, with her quick smile and ready wit. Well, stick around, and we'll have some fun. She's good at reporting the news, and the Rotunda Staff thinks so, too.

The

only catch

having Emily with us is that we're going to miss her, when, like a haunting little tune, she slips out of our college days here to pop up in our memories for years to come.

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FRANCES CHANNELL

:

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Y.

W.

C. A.

:

Atliletic Association

in

:

Club: Choral Club: College Choir: Granddaughters' Club.

;

Frances has devoted a good deal of her time to music but it: her frequent visits to one of Virginia's male institutes of learning prove this. very friendly person, she always has time to stop to chat. Her supply of energy is unlimited in work and in play. With a spirit of cooperation, Frances is ready to help when there's work to be done. genial nature makes her an easy person to get along with. not all of

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MARY McCRAW CHAPPELL Keysville, Virginia

VIRGINIA COLEMAN Crewe, Virginia

RUTH LUCILLE CRUMLEY Bristol, Virginia

MARTHA GLENN DAVIS Richmond, Virginia

MARY CHAPPELL

:

Association of Cliildhood Education

;

Y.

W.

C. A.

;

VIRGINIA COLEMAN

Athletic Association

:

;

Y.

W.

C. A.

Athletic Association.

only thirty miles away, and during her four years she has driven to school each morning. For this reason she is not as well-known by the student body as Virginia

Mary is one of our "town girls" who are not often seen around the campus in idle hours. But she most definitely believes that "the early bird catches the worm," for she is always the first

to

be

everyone. to

wonder

in her

Her at

;

own ways and

our

RUTH CRUMLEY Kappa Sigma

place with a smile and a friendly greeting for and sweet manner challenge us

alert expression

:

Transfer

Kappa Delta Pi X. W. C. A.

Economics Club

;

;

learn

from

hers.

from Virginia Intermont College Pi Pi Gamma Mu Dramatic Club Home Athletic Association. ;

;

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:

Ruth is one of those rare persons who always know what they are talking about. Determination, studiousness, capability, friendhness,

Her good

and gaiety balance the

standing with

all

scales of her personality.

her teachers, which

much, is due to these fine characteristics. "Adios" to so loving a playmate, so true a willing and capable worker.

we

We

all

envy very

regret to say

friend,

and such a

lives in

Crewe, which

is

she might be, but to those who do know her Virginia is an interesting type. She's very fickle, and often changes her mind about people and clothes in short, she uses her woman's privilege to when a great degree. Virginia has a capacity for learning, too it strikes her fancy.

MARTHA GLENN DAVIS Gamma ;

Y.

W.

C. A.

:

Secretary. -

Student Standards Committee.

A perfect

Athletic Pi Gamma Mu Cotillion Club Campus League

Theta

:

Association

;

:

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:

1.

lady possessing modesty, refinement, and a flair for that's Martha Glenn. "A thing worth doing is worth Martha Glenn is both doing well" is her motto. capable and conscientious. If ever there's something to be done, she's always willing to help in every possible way. One thing except we'll always remember about her she loves to sleep during her week-ends at home. just can't imagine what it is about that old Richmond atmosphere that's so different.

making

friends

We

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MILDRED TEMPERANCE DAVIS Chester, Virginia

MARY KATHERINE DENNY White Post, Virginia

MARGARET STUART DORTCH South Hill, Virginia

RUTH DUNNINGTON Hampden-Sydney, Virginia

MILDRED DAVIS

Alpha Sigma Alpha

:

ciation of Childhood Education Athletic Association Y. W. C. A.

;

;

Granddaughters' Club AssoClub College Choir. 4 ;

Cotillion

;

;

Midge

is

our hearts.

from

their

Her

Granddaughters' Club: Association of Childhord Education: Athletic Association; Class Volley Ball Team. 1: Y. W. C. A. Alumnae and Membership Committee. :

a minx, plain and simple.

some of her childhood

MART DENNY:

She'll

fancies, but this only

never outgrow

makes her dearer

in

mates will never forget having to bend lofty dignity to play Peter Pan, because Midge was suite

Mary's laughing blue eyes and cherry smile have helped to brighten our days. Her true Southern charm and readiness for any occasion, for fun or otherwise, have made a warm place for her in our hearts. Every girl in school envies Mary her gift of gab as well as her happy-go-lucky and nonchalant ways.

taking Juvenile Literature, and someone had to act the part. The main trouble with Midge is she always has the "cleaning-up

When

bug." Nevertheless, we'll remember laughter, good times, and

that

Midge, simultaneously.

she left us at Christmas, she took with her an individuality

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

no one of us can replace selves only poor imitations, for fully fast

CHIC DORTCH

Sigma Sigma Sigma Pi Gamma Mu President, 4 I'i Alpha Kappa Gamma Athletic Association Y. W. A.: Kotimdii Staff. 4: Dramatic Club: Class Giftorian, 2: Artist's Cotillion Club: Association of Childhood Education: President. 3: I'an-IIellenic Council, 3. Secretar.v. 4: Manli CJras Court, :

Kappa Delta

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Dance Gnup. 4: :

May

(^ourt, 3, 4.

Rosy-cheeked and merry-eyed, and don't forget the dimples! Yes, sir! When Mother Nature came to Chic, she was generous in a big way, for she handed out both good looks and intel-

So don't She has what

ligence galore. fool you. fast

game

orchestra.

let it

that

look of Chic's equally at home in a

"Httle girl"

takes and

RUTH DUNNINGTON:

Y.

W.

C. A.: Athletic Association.

;

C.

3

and

our efforts would prove themelse could talk so delight-

who

so entertainingly?

is

of basketball or dancing to the sweet music of an

talked to her when she's mood for it, you've missed, oh, my what you've missed! Those of us who do know her are sorry for those who don't. When you're worn out with things and feel as though the undertow of life has got you in its clutches, try variety in the form of Ruth. It works, and in no time you'll feel better. This is not a doctor's prescription or anything like that. We're just

Until you've really

in the

telling

you.

known Ruth and

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EDITH CLAIRE EASTMAN Raleigh, North Carolina

ALICE VIRGINIA ELDER Clarkton, Virginia

KATHRYN WHITEHEAD FITZGERALD Chatham, Virginia

ANN DEAL GALUSHA Dinwiddie, Virginia

CLAIRE EASTMAN Pi Beorc Eb Council Class ;

:

Mil Ompga Alpha ri Gamma Mu ;

Thorn

;

;

Kappa Gamma

;

Kappa Delta

Alpha Phi Sigma

;

Student

Representative, 3. Vice-President, 4 Y. W. C. A. Sing Committee, 2, 3 Rotiimlo Staff, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3. 4 Choral Club, 1: Le Cerde Frangais, 1. 2, 3; Cotillion Club; May Court, 4 Chapel Committee, 2 Athletic Association, ;

:

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Athletic Association: Chiltlhood Education.

classroom or

Y.

W.

C.

A.:

Association of

Quietly Alice has moved through the four years of her collife, much loved by the few who have been fortunate to

;

:

Whether

ALICE ELDER:

:

lege

know

her intimately.

She has done her work carefully and

a bull session,

thoroughly, pulling her marks higher and higher by the dint of

With

seemingly ever-present troubles that keeps us in laughter. Claire has been a very valued part of our Student Body, upholding its standards to the fullest with her fine cooperative spirit.

hard work. Regardless of how busy she might be, Alice will always find time for a friendly chat, or for the problems presented to her by her friends. Her sound advice makes great obstacles seem small. Thinking of Alice, we shall remember her unselfish devotion and sympathetic understanding.

KATIIRYX FITZGERALD: Gamma Theta

AXX

at the table, in the

in

Claire's presence promises delightful entertainment. irresistible

brand of chatter,

it

is

her

usually a recital of one of her

Choral Club, 2; College Choir, 4: Cotillion Club: Association of Childhood Education: Y. W. C. A. Athletic Association. :

V.

W,

(JALI'SIIA

:

Gamma

Theta

:

Pi

Gamma Mu

:

Cotillion

Club

C. X.\ .\thletic Association.

:

were to write in proportion to the amount Ann would be done already. To this, ho\\ever, we might add those exceptional times when she gets on a good spree of subde witticisms, that liven up the conversation. As Ann has lived in town these past four years, she has missed our fun in some delightful prank late, late at night, but she's never failed to glean a glorified and exaggerated account first thing If the task

Kitty Fitz's major is Primary Education, but we think she minors in devilment. If, in the midst of a class, you find yourself

smothering a giggle, she has probably whispered something apropos into your ear or pulled your hair. Her spontaneity and enthusiastic frankness delight us, but never do these overshadow her thoughtfulness in doing things for others. Her coinage of unique expressions and words has widened our vocabulary into realms before unknown.

talks,

the job

the next morning.


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MERWYN GATHRIGHT

FRANCES

Goochland, Virginia

>-«^

mi

ir^'-

ELLA VICTORIA GILLETTE Courtland, Virginia

HELEN ELIZABETH GLASS Farmville, Virginia

MARTHA

GWALTNEY

VIRGINIA

Windsor, Virginia

MERWYN GATHRIGHT:

Alpha Sigma Tau Gamma Psi Student Council Representative, 2 Y. \V. C. A. Committee Member, 2. PubCliairman, .3, 4 Dramatic Club Cotillion Club Pan-Hellenic Association, 2 Athletic Association. :

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licity

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Have you

ever v^fatched

Merwyn down

in the art

room, when

VICTORIA GILLETTE dent, 4

:

Pi

responsible

for

things, for she's

them.

She's

always ready

been

a

valuable

aid

in

many

to help out.

Sigma Sigma Sigma Kappa Delta Pi PresiAlpha Kappa Gamma Alpha Phi Sigma :

;

;

;

;

Hall President. 2 Dramatic Club Mathematics Club President. 3 Cotillion Club Debate Club Granddaughters' Club Campus League, 1 Chapel Committee. Chairman, 3 Class Historian, 4 Y. W. C. A. Membership and Alumnae Committee, 2 Athletic Association Varsity Basketball Squad, 1 ;

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hand just waiting for the mood to drift around? Then you've had a glimpse of her character, which includes a big helping of the dreamy element and a real friendliness. Remember the poems and pictures on the bulletin board that you enjoyed this year? Merwyn's she's sitting with the pencil in her

:

Kappa Delta

House Council

:

March, and we have missed her bright She was always in a state of excitement but we never saw sometimes it was joy and sometimes trouble her sit calmly in a corner and just chat idly. She's always full of life, and her gay remarks have been a welcome refuge more

"Tory"

left

us in

face in the halls.

than once.

HELEN GLASS:

Beorc Eh Thorn; Dramatic Club; Orchesis College Town Girls' Committee. 2, 3; Chairman, 4; ;

Choir; Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association.

MARTHA GWALTNEY Childhood Education

Martha Helen

is

a

"town

but

girl,"

this

doesn't keep her from being

in many phases of college life. Chiefly, Orchesis and the College Choir boast of her abilities, for with these two groups she has worked with tireless efforts. She's just a little girl, but she has a knack of getting whatever she goes

vitally

after

interested

—and

she's

the answers!

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always on

tiptoe in classes

and ready with

all

is

;

:

Y.

Gamma W.

C. A.

quite the artist

Psi Dramatic Club Association of Athletic Association. ;

not only

management of and her originality

ing, but also in the

;

;

when

children.

it

comes

to

draw-

She's got a disposi-

We

marvel is unsurpassed. tion they love, at her quietness and the ease with which she accompHshes difficult tasks. Her generosity cannot be overlooked, and we admire such spirit. It's nice to ask Martha to help with anything, for we know she can always be depended upon to do the work thoroughly.


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MARY REEVES HALE Spring Valley, Virginia

TISDALE HAMLET

MARTHA

Phoenix, Virginia

MARTHA

VIRGINIA

HANNAH

Richmond, Virginia

LELIA BYERLY HILL Turbeville, Virginia

MARY REEVES HALE letic

Association

Mary

is

:

Y.

W.

a willing worker,

She's a bit quiet and us that

know

These

make

;

Ath-

and she

likes to

We

do

things well.

her

life

is

the

warm

admire her patience and determina-

do her work

efficiently,

a successful one.

We

and hke-

wish for her

the very best of everything

Sigma Staff

;

:

HANNAH

Pi Gamma Mu Kappa Delta Pi Alpha Phi House Council Hall President, 3, House President, 4 Rotunda Editorial Editor, 4 Mathematics Club, 1, 2 Athletic Asso-

VIRGINIA

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up the matter, for she knows all about the subject. mind and a will of determination are hers. So when

Virginia takes over a job, we all rest assured that it will be well done. By the way, Virginia, we wonder if that fortune teller

was

right!

ic

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Alplia Kappa Gamma Kappa Delta Student Council President. 4 ;

'oiincil

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Service Committee, 2. Social Y. \V. C. A. Atli lie Ass(..iiition : Dramatic Club: Cotillion Club: ittc nil- i)ii,irln-bi Rei-icn- Staff: Business Manager. 3: lie Court. 4, 'omiiiitlcc Senior Chaperon Student Standards Comii:

Ex

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Knock!

Knock!â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Who's

there?

May

Why, it's Martha, and on her way down the hall.

we're all in the dark, as she tiptoes Characterized by a bright smile and a jovial nature, as well as upright honesty and strong ambition, she can nevertheless "bull" when the rest with the best of us until the wee small hours of the House Council is sleeping!

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

LELIA HILL: Dramatic

Hats

you are puzzled, or in a heated argument about some question of international relationship, just see Virginia. She will If

clear

mega

:

I'lii

Athletic Association

Y.

W.

C. A.

:

Prayers Ci

Cluli.

;

ciation.

clear

MARTHA HA>HjET Alplia TrcasiiriT,

not well-known by some of us; those of

is

things help her to

wise they will

T. C.

S.

her realize that under that quietness

heart of a true friend. tion.

Transfer from Ilarrisonliu A.: Dramatic Chili.

:'.

off to Lelia!

Gay,

full of

she's one of the world's best.

next year, but

we know

ing for success.

And

that

pep, and altogether charming, to miss her terribly

We're going

wherever she goes, she'll he headdo hope that she'll be it.

she'll find

We

somewhere she can coach a basketball team,

for

after

her

we're thoroughly convinced of her ability. Keep that lively spirit that shone this fall on your rides in the "Chevy," Leha. It's bound to bring good luck.

practice teaching,


ZELL CAREY HOPKINS Dawes, West Virginia

s^Wkii^

EVELYNE WILLIAMS HOWELL Franklin, Virginia

SARA FRANCES HUDGINS Farmville, Virginia

KATHERINE CARR HURT Salem, Virginia

ZELI-

HOPKINS:

College

Clioir

:

Club;

Cotillion

W.

Y.

C.

A.;

EVELYNE Ball

one of our playgirls. She hails from West Virginia through these four years with the greatest of glee. There have been few tricks she hasn't tried and here's to one who knows how to keep "quiet." The poor dear is afraid of the dark, however, and she won't ever stay in her room alone! For the past two years Zell has walked around with that faraway look in her eyes it must be "Love in Bloom" Zell

and

IIOWEI.L:

Delta

Dramatic Cluli Y. W. Tlieta Alylia Class Volley Athletic Assi;ciatinn :

C. A.: College Choir: Choral CUili

Athletic Association.

Team,

:

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1, 2.

is

Big blue

she's floated

a

eyes, a slight figure,

happy

smile,

and a cheery

Evelyne. Although she majored in history, she'll probably never use it because she gets that "letter" every night. Those who are her friends are fortunate indeed and will be thanks very likely to have their hair arranged in perfect waves "hello"

that's

to

Evelyne's

artistic fingers.

!

We

shall all miss her greatly next

year.

FRANCES HUDOINS Associatiin

of

Committee, 4 Associatiim

:

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Sigma Sigma Sigma Orchesis Cotillion Club Childhood Education: II.O Club; Student Standards Student Council Ex-Oflicio, 4 Y. W. C. A. Athletic ;

:

Secretar.v,

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Presiclcnt.

4

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Varsit.v

Hasketball

Team,

If

Although Hudgins

is

one of our "town

girls," she

has

made

plenty of speed and a knack for shooting goals, she has helped to chalk up a record for our Alma Mater. Whether remarkably keeping down the opponent's a point to be with us often.

score in a basketball

week-end, loving.

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Hudgins

game is

With

or dashing off to Lexington for the

always the same

vivacious

and fun-

1, 2,

;

1. 2: Cotillion Club; Campus League, 1: Y. mission; Athletic .\ssociation.

2, 3, 4.

it

Kappa Delta Pi; Pi (iamma Mu 3; Le Cercle Francais, 1; Chi; Mathematics Club, W. C. A.: Freshman Com-

KATIIERINE lU'UT: Mu Omega; Dramatic Club,

ask

you ever want

"Hippy"

she

to

know

knows

anything about the elements, just answers! There is going to

all the

and along the halls next year be an empty without "Hippy's" bright smile and cherry "Hello" to brighten even wonder how there can be a Dean's List the days. without her. Maybe we, too, had better start running our fingers through our hair when we are "trying to concentrate!" place in our hearts

We


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DOROTHY CHRISTIAN HUTCHESON Lexington, Virginia

KATHERINE NORWICH IRBY Farmville, Virginia

JUDITH ROBINSON JEFFRIES Shacklefords, Virginia

ARCHER JENKINS

LOIS

Powhatan, Virginia

DOROTHY HUTCHESON;

Athletic Association; AssociiUion of Cliild-

hond Education; Y. W. C. A.

KATUERIXE IRBY Manager

of

Slight of stature, dark of hair, charming with big blue eyes

She

that's

Dot.

Lee.

Could

hails

Dot

from school?

is

does things for people with such a willing pleasure to ask her for help.

humor, and

this

;

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She

spirit

that

it's

a

really has a keen sense of

quahty makes her the "good listener" that she

JUDITH JEFFRIES: College

("'lull

from the home town of Washington and many week-ends spent away as generous as they make 'em, and she

that account for her

Transfer from Fredericksburg

State

Teachers

Is there one among us who doesn't wish that she had known Judith longer than this one short year? If there is, just point her out. I think plain "old teched" is the term you'd use.

of the finest of

done about

at

it

didn't take us long to

all the fines

—"Lucky

we know.

Fredericksburg without her.

it is

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I'resident.

Sigma

May Day Committee

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that blond tear across the

done

things

here's an

athlete

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Association

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Cotillion

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hockey field! gallant and a briskness that gets game and

plays a good

and a quick grin when it's over. and so, she's always a winner, even when she loses which isn't often. We're counting on you all along the line, Irby, and victory you'll surely win! offers a is

friendly handshake

like that in everything,

LOIS JENKINS;

Choral

Chil)

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Athletic Association.

C. A.

Quiet and calm,

Y.

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Irby

is.

Treasurer. 4

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Dramatic Club

us!"

We

know

that she

is

one

wonder what they've

Well,

all

we can

say

She's that little brunette, with dark, shining eyes, who moves about among us in her quiet way, but is ever observant of those around her. Those alert expressions tell us that, though she says little,

there are

many

thoughts whirhng through her mind, and

only those more intimate friends may fathom these thoughts. Lois is a capable girl one who you may be sure will always come out on top through sheer grit and determination to over-

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MARGARET DRAKE

MRS.

JENNINGS Portsmouth, Virginia

RUTH

LOIS

JINKINS

Ashland, Virginia

VIRGINIA BERNIECE JONES Suffolk, Virginia

LLOYD KELLY Big Stone Gap, Virginia

MlARGARET JENMNGS

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LOIS .IINKIXS

Choir.

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Margaret made her initial entrance into S. T. C. with the same air of nonchalance that has stayed with her throughout her four years. Nothing that anyone has said nor any obstacles which have blazed her path phased her for a moment. We haven't seen much of her in her senior year since she works diligently during the week in the chemistry lab, and every weekend she picks up her little suitcase and trots away. Although Margaret got her M. R. S. last June, she receives her B. S. degree

this

Pi Kappa Sigma: liotinuln Staff: Reporter, 2, 4; Dramatic Club. 1: College Choir: Choral Cliih Cotillion Club: Association of ChiWhood Education \V. C. A. Y'. Athletic Association, :

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Part playgirl, part seriousness, a gay grin ending gets

you

that

generous reward

is

way,

too,

and

the

offered to the person

result

is

who can

in

a laugh

Berniece.

A

beg, borrow, or

method in securing the latest dope on her fellow keen observer and a good reporter, she has served on the Rotunda Staff for two years. shall never forget her steal Berniece's

students.

A

We

fine spirit.

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Alpha

Tau

Athletic

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Association:

Y.

W.

Prayers Committee.

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Look sugar

in

at that

peach-bloom complexion

And

!

there's

her disposition to go with the peaches, too.

enough

In short,

She's is a peach, and it gets her where she wants to go. whom it's good to be with whether you feel laughing or crying, for she can last as long as the next one in a chuckling session, or make you feel better about it when have confidence in Lois, 'cause we you want to weep.

Lois

the kind of girl like

We

know

she can

manage

all

the "Terry-ble

"

(Ahem!)

things.

year.

BERNIECE .TONES:

that

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LLOYD KELLY Thorn Club:

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This neat, brown-eyed miss is one of the fairer members of class. She has been the envy of some of her less lucky with her shower of telegrams, 'phone calls, and specials from members of the opposite sex. 'Tis said she shoots an excellent line of bull on a dance floor. When she isn't eagerly our

sisters

haunting the tilly,

Lloyd

home is

office, she's

intellectual.

dining in the tea room.

Why,

Inciden-

the gal has everything!


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BONNIE

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MIRIAM VIRGINIA LEONARD Richmond, Virginia

MARTHA

LOUISE LEWIS

Appomattox, Virginia

MARGARET LONG Paul, Virginia

St.

BONNIE LANE

Mu Omega Alpha Kappa Gamma Kappa Delta Pi Alpha Phi Sigma I'resident, 3 Beorc Eh Thorn Class Representative, 2, Secretary. 3. I'residont. 4 Social Committee, 1 World Fellowship Committee. 2 y. W. Chairman of Sing Committee, 3: Student Standards Committee. 1, 4; Dramatic Club Le Cercle Frangais Cotillion Club Rotunda Staff Reporter. 2. 3 Athletic Association Class Hockey Team, 3, 4 Varsity Hockey Team. 1, 2; May Court. 2. 3. 4. :

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coming down the street? Anybody would know The load on her young shoulders never draws away that sunburst smile. This year her ability and leadership have made her a fine president of the Student Council. Costhat

Bonnie Lane.

mopolitan is the word for Bonnie. Whenever there's work be done, she's ready and she doesn't forget the fun

LOnSE LEWIS

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who

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you with a warm friendhness and a quaint air of graciousness. Behind her bright smile hes a keen intellect that is enviable and the strong determination to meet responsibility. She gives greet

her absolute best to whatever the undertaking

may

be.

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of us, Virginia

is

a pillar of strength

when

things

We

will a barrel of fun when we feel playful. go wrong probably remember her best singing "Blue Moon" or "Thrilled," lending her talent to all class functions. Of one possessing a flare for confidential talks far, far into the night, of one whose

opinion

is

highly valued,

MARGARET

LON(

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Pi

we

say "to

Kappa Sigma

know

her

is

a privilege.

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We

are biographing two people instead a tough one. a veritable Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde combination. On the one side, Margaret displays a quiet exterior, going about among us in the laziest sort of way. However, on the other hand (and from inside observation), she is known to be the spirit of fun and frolic. Though some may say she's lazy, we'd rather say she's just delightfully unenergetic, for, "mirabile

This

among

holds the distinction of being a welcomed visitor at the "crack of dawn" is Louise, with a bundle of newspapers under her arm She'll always girl

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Probably the only

Presi-

4: Student Council: Class Kc|ireseutative. 3: House Ccuneil Hall I'resident. 2: Sccretiu-y, 3: Vii;c:ini-\n Staff: Typist. 2, 3. Circulation Manager. 4: I'au Hellenic <'ouncil. 4: Class Vice-President. 4; Freshman Cotillion Club Y. W. C. A. Orchcsis Senior Chaperon World Fellowship Publicity Committee. 1 Commission. Chairman, 1 Committee, 2 Athletic Association.

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EUGENIA McGLOTHLIN

Farmville, Virginia

SUE NICHOLSON MALLORY Lawrenceville, Virginia

MANN

BERNICE GERALDINE Farmville, Virginia

GERTRUDE ARAMINTA MANNING Boydton, Virginia

Delta Tlieta Alpba Alpha I'hi Sigma Kappa Delta Pi Pi Gamma Mu Dramatic Club XXonogram Club Student Council Freshman Representative, 1 Campus League Chairman, 2 Athletic Association Manager of Hockey, 2 Class Hockey Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Squad, 1, 2, .3; Y. W. C. A.: Church Cooperative Committee: Rulunda Staflf, 1. 2, 3, 4 Chairman of May Day Committee, 4: May Cdurt, i Business Manager of FarmiUlf Qinirtrrl.ii lirriciv.

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a person

who

enjoys playing and

life in general.

She

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woman

of affairs

is

Bess, not only in curricula but in Socially, she enjoys dances at the

extra-curricula activities, too.

neighboring college for men, and she's definitely no one to sneeze at a good time. Her many-sided interests, conscientious

work, power and personality have certainly led various aspects of college

BERNICE MANX

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to her success in

by helping

who make

Y. \T. C. A.

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in

to participate in. It

our class

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We

numerous executive

positions

GERTRUDE MANNING

Athletic Association,

intra-mural games and in any other is

work

she has

quiet, sure girls like Bernice

backbone of a class. She has had a and will not be forgotten.

the real

is

which Sue has held,

that she has

ability unlimited.

is

been called on

always eager

the hght

life.

one of Farmville's products to our class. She goes her way, rather quietly perhaps, but she has shown class spirit Bernice

to hear the latest scandal or gossip, and when burning late in Sue's room, we know there's a huge bull session afoot and who doesn't want to join in? She has a most contagious laugh and helps us to enjoy a joke twice as much as we would ordinarily. can readily see, by the

is

definite

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Gertrude has gone through her college years quietly and evenly, taking life calmly and weighing the value of it. And because of it, there is within her a depth of quality that is sound and dependable. Maybe that is why those of us who really know her always stop to listen when she voices her opinion. Wherever Gertrude goes, whatever she does, we know that peace, success, and happiness will

somehow reach

her.


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INDIA MARTIN Bedford, Virginia

ELEANOR MEREDITH Beaverdam, Virginia

KATHERINE REBECCA MILBY Berkeley, California

CAMPBELL MITCHELL

BESSIE

Epworth, Virginia

INDIA MARTIN President. 4; Y.

Home Economics

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Club

Baptist Stiulents' Union,

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3,

C. A.; Atbletic Association.

Almost any time you can

Home Ec

how to Home Economics majors. One little

boys and

girls

cook or sew, for she is one of our of her most admirable characteristics is the ability to get work done calmly and quickly while the rest of us are still worrying about it. Although she has been with us only two years, being a transfer from another school, India has made many friends

among

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Association.

find India over in the

lab cooking, sewing, or teaching

ELEANOR

Now who very few

world would know who Eleanor is? Why, "Red," and almost anyone could the quiet little girl with that self-determination, by

in the

but just ask for

you she is which she has made her way through her college years. Besides having a scientific mind for chemistry, "Red" has a remarkable to silence them politely, ability to silence people by a slight tap yet completely. Instantaneously, noises cease, and lights go out tell

us.

KATHERINE MILBY Rho President, 4 Editor, 3, Editor, matics Club Y.

Alpha Phi Sigma Kappa Delta Pi Sigma Pi Trihutnm Staff: Business Manager, 2, Associate MatheSodalitas Latina El Circulo Espanol

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Katherine's inclinations have always been towards foreign languages, but this does not mean that this subject has held her

undivided attention. favorite.

To

As

acquire

a teacher, she has been the high school's position many qualities other than

this

such as a pleasing sense of humor and sympathetic understanding. Katherine's friends are many, and our Alma Mater is the richer for her having been here.

intellect are necessary,

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lots of

happiness

.

.

— (and

lights).

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MARIE PARKER MOORE Hampton, Virginia

LUCILE PEARSALL MOSELEY Newport News, Virginia

MARION PAGE NOTTINGHAM Eastville, Virginia

GRACE ALMA OLGERS Rice, Virginia

MARIE JIOORB:

Delta Tlieta Alpha; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Clioral Senior Chaperon Y. W. C. A. Campus League. 2 Chapel Chairman of Student Day Committee. 4 Athletic 3, 4 Association. Club. 1

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Those charming, quick smiles and girhsh pink blushes are really and truly genuine. Rightfully does she blush after one of her frequent "breaks." Marie's dependability, determination, and sincerity are the qualities which have made her a sort of "man behind the scenes" person, who gets things done without the crowd cheering her good deeds. She will always live in our

To some of us conversation means "just talking," but when "Lucy P." makes a remark, we remember it for its spice and wit. How many times in bull session has she put in her jolly expression that has made us think, "I wish I had said that!" What would the senior class have done without the originahty of "Lucy P."? She is that capable person who always gives

memory because

suggestions for productions

of her fine

spirit

of geniality.

and carefree

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NOTTINGHAM:

Gamma

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Page even

the very last

of a

prom

word

in

trotter if

a typical college girl would be she really cared for such things.

She looks

well, as a girl ought to look. She doesn't take life too seriously, but she lacks nothing in depth. Prominent in bull sessions, a ready fourth at bridge, an excellent dancer she's the sort of girl who seems to go with Harris tweed coats in the

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taffeta at night.

GRACE OLGERS Association

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sings.

despite that certain air of dignity

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Grace is an unusually quiet girl. She does not make a fuss about what she does; instead she goes on unassumingly and does it. Only few of us know her well, but those of us who do,

know

a stable

forgotten.

and dependable

Her

finish successfully

to bring success.

sort of

application to duty

person

who can

never be

and her determination

to.

everything she begins are the elements certain


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IRENE JENKINS PARKER Richmond, Virginia

NELLIE WHITE PIERPONT Salem, Virginia

MARGARET EMMA PITTARD Buffalo Junction, Virginia

MARION BARCLIFT POND Norfolk, Virginia

IRENE PARKER; Mathematics

By

Club: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.

NELLIE PIERPONT matics

some, Irene

considered to be aloof, but that

is

is

She is merely following the old saying "slow a juggler of figures and math formulas she is a dead shot. When the rest of us are snowed under with Einstienic Calculations, Irene is in her element. Possibly this is true

the right word.

but sure."

('lull

As

Nellie

is

otherwise takes

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If

you're fed up with

bad humor, but you're too "down" to do anything find Margaret. That girl is another one of those

classes or in a it,

casually.

life

her

she'll

on second

floor

reveals nothing

and

calls

She's one of those "every hair in

always get there

in

own

her

quiet

rather disconcerting to see Nellie completely oblivious

ups and downs, as the rest of us tear our hair. She goes calmly, unobtrusively, and with utter self-confidence.

way

Delta Theta Alpha Y. W. C. A. Pi Gamma Mu Service Committee. 1 Church Cooperative Committee. 2. :^ Cabinet. 4 Dramatic Club College Choir. Secretary. 4 Choral Club Mathematics :

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or to get us interested all over again.

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new

It's

to life's

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place" people, and

way.

Association Vice-President, 4

Sigma Sigma Sigma Pi Gamma Mu MatheAthletic Association. Y. W. C. A.

the object of

Senior Building.

because she has the abihty to sit down and do tedious tasks thoroughly and well. She is rather stubborn, to state it baldly but stubbornness can be called adherence to principles so that is nothing against her.

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"tonic" persons that could make the sorriest soul one hundred per cent on the good side.

in school feel

Few of us can boast the conscientiousness to duty and the rewarding "joy of a thing well done that belong to Marion. She's always busying herself with some task be it storming around on a "make-up" job for the Dramatic Club, with Miss Wheeler behind her, or lending her time and talent to class "

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"Life Begins

(Could we ever at

forget

the

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DOROTHY GARNETT PRICE Brookneal, Virginia

MARGARET STEVENS PRICE Lynchburg, Virginia

LUCILE McBRIDE RHODES Mayesville, South Carolina

^r^ CHARLOTTE MARIE RICE Roanoke, Virginia

DOROTHY PRICE

Mu Omega

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Dot's the kind of girl you can picture in printed taffeta with puffed sleeves; in other words, she's that rare type known as an old-fashioned girl. She's a good worker and seldom tackles anything unless she is sure that it will be done and done well. admire her self-confidence. She seems to have a way with the teachers, but she never lets us in on her secret. We'll forgive her for that 'cause maybe we're jealous of her intellect, and she

We

MARGARET PRICE C. A.

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With a dash of color and a flare of spirit, a personality at once mysterious and yet irresistible if we may base our judgMargaret ment on long distance phone calls and "Specials" has easily made a place for herself among us during her short stay of one year here. In any class, she's the "shining light" and

the professor's delight

knows

the subjects.

pointers on

how

at

all

daily recitations,

any time

Incidentally, just

"Nail your

to

Man"

for

she surely

she'll give

you

I

definitely has that!

LUCILE RHODES Alpha Phi Sigma

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Dramatic

Club

Secretary.

4.

'Cile

person

is

in

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of secrets because she's such a good You can air your troubles before

to confide.

her any time, and 'Cile will say a life's

Club

word

or smile,

and

—Lo!

a cherry pie!

No one enjoys playing pranks on her fellow students any more than 'Cile, and the pranks are usually disastrous to those concerned. She

is

intellectual

She's intensely loyal. sparkle in her eye?

And

though she does "talk"

to teachers.

did you ever note the mischievous

CHARLOTTE RICE

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Kappa Sigma

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"bull

"

sessions to

ward

off

would-be murderers of absent

parties.


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BETTY VENABLE RIVERS Farmville, Virginia

DOROTHY ELLIOTT ROBERTSON Lynchburg, Virginia

SARAH ANTHELIA ROBINETTE Norfolk, Virginia

MARY ANNE

SCALES

Cascade, Virginia

BETTY RIVERS:

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at you, you're

ber.

what you don't want to remema town girl and has not been thrown so

all for forgetting

Though Betty

is

closely with us in our activities here at school, no one

known

her well

would

well, a thousand

Alumnae Atliletie Association Y. TV. C. A. MemlicTship Committee; flioral Cluh Cntillion Club: Assuciatiim

DOROTHY ROBERTSON

C. A.; Athletic Association.

a funny thing. I mean it's a funny thing about the way things happen when Betty's around. When she breezes through the door, troubles go scat! When one of her grins get tossed It's

give a million dollars for the

who

has

knowing

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her hair brushed smooth and shining, her wistful eyes,

nose. Dot is hke a little girl who has just been scrubbed to pinkness and put in starched linens. She is always immaculate and dainty. It's fun to visit Dot, because she has such a grand gift of gab and a whole bagful of jokes and funny

and

tilted

stories.

any way.

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Keep

on,

"Miss Simplicity,"

for you're

good

for tired

spirits.

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Anthelia is one of those pretty girls who are not only pretty, but also smart. With a convincing note in her voice, she has brought many honors to us in debates. Never ready to give up, happy she sticks it out to the end, and she usually wins, too. and congenial sort of person, Anthelia is always ready to help one of those people you can really count on.

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During her four years at Farmville, Anne has successfully met all the responsibihties and trials of her college life. In her own quiet way she has conscientiously done her work, and done it well. Anne impresses us as one who, with deepest sincerity, desires to do the worthwhile things in life. Those of us who know her really well have been completely won over by her understanding heart and are her staunch and loyal friends. Indeed the friendship that Anne gives out will give her true friends throughout her

life.


ELIZABETH PRYSE SHIPPLETT Roanoke, Virginia

MARY ELIZABETH SLATER Lewisburg,

West

Virginia

ELIZABETH ALICE SMITH Newport News, Virginia

FRANCES BERKELEY SMITH Newport News, Virginia

ELIZABETH SHIPPLETT:

Gamma

Theta

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Gamma;

W. C. A.: Vice-President, 4, Freshman Commission, Secretary, 1, Counselor, 3, Service Committee Athletic Association Assistant Manager of Tennis, 1 Vircjixiax Staff Assistant Advertising Manager, Y.

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in

is

a

little girl,

charming

what she

lacks in statue, she

When we think of think of graciousness, culture, the delightfully

good humor and cheerfulness.

we somehow

her,

but for

teacups

hostess,

—and

her big,

blue eyes.

Perhaps

is her knack for making and keeping Capable, conscientious, and loyal, she may expect nothing but success from the future.

El Circulo Espanol,

1

;

Cotillion Club

Chi

;

;

;

Class Giftorian.

Mary Lib laughed, and we couldn't help ourselves As she bubbles over with good nature, we

to like her.

the distinct flavor of her nonsense.

If

—we had marvel

you're looking for

at

Mary

Lizzie's greatest asset

Lib, she's sure to be found delving deep into the mysteries of

friends.

the chemistry lab or in a

ELIZABETH SMITH C. A.

;

Brown Smitty. not

:

Dramatic Club,

Childhood Education

bad

curls,

She's a in

:

Pi Kappa Sigma Athletic Association Y. W. 1 Cotillion Club President, 4 Association of Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. ;

;

:

lovely eyes,

woman

to

;

;

a soft voice, depth that's our be envied on a dance floor, and she's

Her main vice being sleeping, any afternoon curled up under a green blanket

her blue cigarette robe.

you'll find her

though we remember her best as "The Sophisticated Lady" of our sophomore year. Some night drop in their room, and you'll be highly entertained by the rare and delightful combination of Lucy P. and Smitty and you'll always find them eager to hear the latest dope about Chi!

mad dash

to the

bank with "Annual

money."

FRANCES SMITH tion

;

Y.

W.

:

Kappa Delta

Frances came back

And

Pi

;

Gamma

Psi

;

Athletic Associa-

C. A.

to S.

T. C.

Why,

after a

few years teaching.

one of the few seniors that can follow Dr. Wynne. She's rather hard to know, but after a few chats with her about this and that (mostly sensible things) you can't help realizing that she's a girl of depth and appreciation. She doesn't seem to mind working hard to reach that goal which she has set for herself. And she's ever-willing to help those of us who have less "gray matter." she's a real student!

!

she's


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MINNIE

WALTON SMITH South Hill, Virginia

ROSE BALL SOMERS Burkeville, Virginia

SYLVIA SUE SOMERS Parksley, Virginia

DOROTHY SHARPE SPENCER Meherrin, Virginia

MINNIE SMITH Representative, 4

Dramatic Club Y.

W.

Queen,

C.

A,

:

:

;

Sigma Student Council Class Reporter, 2, 3, Social Editor. 4 Association of Cbildbood Education Commission, 1 Athletic Association May

Sigma Sigma Rotunda Staff

;

:

;

Cotillion Club

:

Freshman

;

;

May Queen

fair

at school

we

still

is

all

the

more

interesting.

Most

of

a gay, fun-loving soul, but sometimes a distant

we know she has entered a world Minnie's interests at school have been varied, and

look appears in her eyes, and of her own.

her deep-dimpled smile makes interests in Minnie just as varied.

SYLVIA SOMERS: Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A.; College Choir; Choral Club Le Cercle Frangais El Circulo Bspanol Granddaughters' Club Debate Club. ;

;

;

Y.

W.

:

House Council Hall President. 4 Athletic AssociaDramatic Club College Choir Association of ChildDebate Club. ;

:

C. A.

;

:

:

;

President, 4

:

Here's a girl that's just chuck full of ideas, especially when comes to art. It's fun to swap notions with Rose, because she always has some new ones. Maybe that accounts for the dreamy look in her eyes. They're big and brown. Just you mention the art room to her, and they'll light up and Rose will be right there. neat worker she is, too, in every job that she undertakes. We always know that the outcome will be "okey-dokey. So is Rose. it

Minnie. Even after four years find something almost mysterious and unknown that's

about Minnie that makes her the time she

tion

hood Education

:

;

4.

Our

ROSE SOMERS

;

A

"

DOROTHY SPENCER Y.

W.

:

Beorc Eh Thoru

:

Athletic Association

:

C. A.

:

Tall, slim, and dark-haired, the lady with the golden voice

She

and her clear soprano voice is often heard around the campus. She is a valued part of the College Choir and the Choral Club, taking an active part in that's Sylvia.

both.

Spanish seems somehow Always ready to do what the rest wish Merry times to you, Sylvia!

Sylvia's interest in

personality. is all

loves to sing,

to

fit

her

to do, she

You

know, we've got a hunch that there are a lot of good Dot which are hidden from some of us. But you young lady We know that, in having you here, we have a prize possession one that will be greatly missed after graduation time. Smooth riding. Dot! When it comes to success, we know your httle car will be things about

can't hold out on us altogether,

trucking right

down

!

that road._

for having fun.

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ZAIDA PETTIT THOMAS Wytheville, Virginia

ELLA AGNES THOMPSON South Hill, Virginia

VIRGINIA LOUISE TILMAN Saltville, Virginia

DOROTHY LEE TURNER Crewe, Virginia

ZAIDA TIIOJIAS

Sigma Sigma Sigma Pi Gamma Mu Beorc Eh Alpha Kappa Gamma Kappa Delta Pi House Council Hall 2, Secretary, 4 Y. W. C. A. World Fellowship Committee, 3: Dramatic Club: Senicr Chaperon. 4: May Court. 1, 3, 4: Student Standar-ls Committee, :!, ?,, Chairman. 4 Athletic Association.

Thorn

:

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;

;

President,

:

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:

:

Serious minded? the other side.

comes

stuff

to

AGNES THOMPSON C. A,

Well, not altogether. Just get a phase of Zaida is freed from studies, that crazy-girl the fore, and we just laugh and laugh. Zaida's

When

With

;

Athletic Association

:

Y.

W,

that lovable httle air

things

done makes her a

VIRGINIA TILMAN Pi Kappa Sigma Cotillion Club Hemp Economics Club,

DOROTHY TITRNER

reliable, too.

Isn't

it

and a smile

that

makes you want

be friends, Agnes has found a warm place in the heart of each of us. Agnes has that sunny kind of quietness that puts one in the most satisfying mood of relaxation. Her way of getting a loss

and

Alpha Sigma Tau

to

a lovely combination? The place that she has taken during her four years at S. T. C. is going to be worse than blank without her. Say! We're going to miss you too much, Zaida.

so capable

:

Granddaughters' Cluh.

:

:

is

it

girl that

to lose her, but

we can always

what a

count on.

find to the big old

What

world!

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

:

;

mittee, 2; Athletic Association:

When you

the busy,

feel like settling

humdrum down to

there

is

1

:

Y.

W.

C.

:

A.

Choral Club Sing Com:

:

college life gets

you down, and

a playful afternoon with a good chair, ard a radio, pay a visit to

magazine, a comfortable Tilman. She has taken an one of her biggest interests

prom

College Choir

:

ciation

:

Y.

W.

C. A.:

:

Kappa Delta

Pi

;

Gamma

Psi

:

Athletic Asso-

Granddaughters' Club.

Dramatic Club.

interest in

many

activities here, but

in hfe has been V. P. I., and no a success without her smiling face and little Juliette

cap perched saucily on the back of her head.

Dot is one of those girls who drive in to school. kept us from seeing as much of her as we'd like. vivacity says.

and

As

a certain quality that

a teacher,

it's

makes us

That has She has swear by what she

our bet that she will be the envy of her

She has been a gem in the class and we've burdened her with making posters and other things that require contemporaries.

that artistic touch.


MARY

VIRGINIA

WALKER

Nassawadox, Virginia

MOLLIE FLETCHER WALKER Blackstone, Virginia

NANCY CABELL WALL Boydton, Virginia

LUCILE REYNOLDS

WARE

Dunnsville, Virginia

MARY VIRGINIA WALKER; Athletic Association

;

W.

Y.

Dramatic Club,

1,

Cotillion

2:

Club;

Mary Virginia is a rather sensitive person, with an artistic temperament. For she is artistic, and we missed her our sophomore year when she studied art in Baltimore. Also, she's a and good at it, too! Perhaps we'll remember her as a "knitting wonder," and then we may remember the excellent "feeds" she could prepare. Such versatility! You see there's really no end to her ability. And oh, such a kind heart tennis fiend,

lies

behind that slow smile!

;

Dramatic Club

;

sident. 4

:

;

Athletic As

;

;

;

;

ciation.

She's that's Fletcher! and a barrel of fun whoop it up a Httle, and that's why we hke to play with her. good sport and an ardent admirer of Shannon's She sailed through two years of college life here without then in her last, her senior year. Miss Wheeler fixed a worry

Yo-ho-ho! always ready

to

A

!

Did we laugh

Fletcher.

loves to work,

thing big

NANCY WALL; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Commission College Choir Cotillion Club Association of Childhood Education Dramatic Club Pan-IIellenic Association, 3 Athletic Asso;

FLETCHER WALKER

C. A.

LUCILE

and

bound

is

WARE

into

Deep

!

in

her heart, though, Fletcher

whatever pie she puts her

finger,

some-

to result.

Student Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Phi Sigma Dramatic Club College Choir. 2 Mathematics Club: Cotillion Club; Chapel Committee, 2, Y. W. C. A. Membership and Alumnae Committee. 2, 3 World Fellowship Committee, 4 Athletic Association. :

;

;

Council Class Representative, 4 Choral Club: Le Cerole Francais ;

;

;

;

;

",

;

Polly got this name from her bantam rooster, and it's followed her through college (the name, not the rooster). Her roommates delight in singing "Polly wally doodle" to her; however, she's beloved by those who know her well. Only few have seen Polly in one of her black moods when she rises early in the morning but things like these can be forgiven after breakfast. While we are munching popcorn together,

or while

we

are doing almost anything else, she can give a sly

wink and a smile

that chases

away Mr. Gloom.

:

:

:

While

and outshout one another in order to have our remarks heard, Polly very shyly makes the remark and wins the prize. In her varied school activities, her good qualities shine. We look at Polly and think of background, loyalty, and honor. We take our hats off to one who has the courage of her convictions just as we would take our shoes off to Midge, who does not. the rest of us try to outshine

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!

GOLDIE ESTELLE WILLIAMS Hayes

Store, Virginia

ELIZABETH JEAN WILLIS Cape

Charles, Virginia

DOROTHY ELIZABETH WISE Craddockville, Virginia

MARGUERITE AILINE YORK Farmville, Virginia

GOLDIE WILLIAMS Associatuin

A

:

Choral Club

Granddaughters' Club

:

Class Volley Ball Team. 3

:

true blue sport!

Y.

:

W.

;

Athletic

C. A.

lEAX WILLIS: Gamma Theta Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club Granddaughters' Club Cotillion Club Association of ('hildhood Education; Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4: Senior Chaperon; Campus League, 2; Student Standards Committee, 3, i. :

:

;

Goldie's always ready for good, clean

fun, and she'll enter into the spirit of things with vim and vigor. Don't let us mislead you it's not the pleasures alone of school that Goldie has sought. She will work diligently at any and all assigned tasks, but always gives you a bright smile and a gay greeting at every encounter in short, the life of any

life

A

:

word and a big smile for every one! That's how remember Jean. She's seldom ruffled over her own problems, and she's understanding in helping others to solve theirs. That well-known song "Contented" seems to fit her perfectly. Jean's sweet, modest, aiid demure! She has a twinkle in her eye sometimes, and we know she's happy about something. But if it's supposed to be a secret why she'd even go to pleasant

we'll always

!

gathering.

the guillotine before she'd

DOEOTHY WISE:

Pi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Gamma: Student Council Ex-Offlcio. 4 House Council Hall President. 2 Y. W. C. A. Treasurer. 3, President, 4: Artists Dance Group; College Choir; College Orchestra; Cotillion Club; Chapel Committee; Student Day Committee Student Standards Committee Athletic Association May Court, 4. :

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;

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