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we

we

rewrote heads;

the pressroom in

And

faces.

joined the others in

inking our fingers and

finally the

paper went to press.

In the afternoon the circulation staff folded

and distributed the

copies,

the vicious circle began

and that night

all (jver

verted into sion

ffjr

War

Bfjnds, served as admis-

the evening's entertainment.

put on a quiz program for the

benefit ot the

American Red Cross. There

were

five cfjntestants

from the V-12"s

Hampden-Sydney and

again.

In

we

the spring

five

at

selected

girls

frcjm the student body.

ALPHA KAPPA

A

GAMMA

jeweled pin, which will be

anly Service."

Joan

JADERSHIP LWith this as

held

Circle

in

tapping

impressive

its

Wom-

our purpose,

service once each quarter in Student

We recognized as leaders in the

chapel.

and winter:

Ann Martin, Nancy

Treakle,

ginia

Day

Frances Lee, Vir-

Our

er Jones.

officers

and

spirit of

as a goal for

Mary

which

ideals.

ALPHA

SIGMA

PHI

Dora Walk'

were: Lucy

T.HIS

Manson

scholastic fraternity

president; Jane Ruffin, secretary, and Har-

that

Moore,

Miss

to strive.

our advisers, helped us to uphold these high

Sharp, president; Sara Bird WiUiams, vice-

riette

Joan of Arc was

Gleaves and Miss Elizabeth Burger,

Maddox, Martha

Higgins, Sally Robertson, and

The

kept before us always as a light to guide us

Eleanor

Harrell,

Bisese, Shirley Cruser, Pat

fall

the circle.

worn by

was purchased by

the president each year

it

is

is

national honorary

unique

in the fact

the only organization of

its

kind

on campus which bids freshmen. Member-

treasurer.

We presented the annual circus, a merry-

ship includes

new

girls

who were

and salutatorians of

the vale-

go-round of fun under the direction of

dictorians

Helen Wilson. Grace Loyd served

school graduating classes, as well as fresh-

master.

as ring

Reigning over the "big-top" were

men and sophomores with an two consecutive

Helen McGuire, queen; Jackie Parden, rep-

B-plus for

resenting the Juniors; Margaret Lohr, the

who

Sophomores, and "Peepsie"

Master's degree.

Each

Freshmen.

went

class

gave a

who

Brooks, skit.

the First

their high

average of

quarters.

Those

maintained this standard achieved the

We

enjoyed a successful year under the

cleverly dis-

direction of our leaders: Patsy Dale, our

played the history of the circus from the

most capable president: Mar)" Stewart Bu-

place

days of the

and

to the Seniors,

Romans

Bciiley.

gypsy mores.

life

The

won

War

to the days of

Barnum

colorful presentation of

second place for the Sopho-

stamps, which later were con-

ford, vice-president:

secretary; retary;

Ann

Carter, recording

Rachel Brugh, corresponding

sec-

Page Cook, treasurer. Dot Turley,

reporter,

and

Anna

Headlee,

chaplain.

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