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FLASTACOWO 

Nineteen Thirty-Nine 

Volume XXVL 

Published by Student Bodv 




Year Book 

of 

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Copyright 1939 

FLASTACOWO 

by 

Betty Wynn 

Editor-in-Chief 

and 

Polly Ann White 

Business Manager 





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To you who have made our college days happier because of your 
presence here, your cheery smile, and helping hand ; to you 
who have given thirty years of your life to making our Alma 
Mater a better place for us ; to you who have spread your in- 
fluence over us all; we extend the highest honor within our 
power. 



To our Dr. Edward Conradi, then, we dedicate the 1939 
Flastacowo — truly our school is what this great man has 
made it. 



Our school is but the lengthened shadow of . . . 







Edward Conradi 




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We have no set plan or theme for this year's annual ■ — rather 
we are trying to give you a written and photographic portrayal 
of your Alma Mater as you see it. If the book in years to come 
- or even this summer — helps you to remember what you 
otherwise would forget, then our purpose has been accomp- 
lished, for it is truly your 1939 Flastaeowo. 



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Administration 19 

Seniors 41 

Juniors 81 

Sophomores 99 

Freshmen 117 

Features 141 

Sororities 165 

Organizations 201 

Honoraries 239 

Sports 251 

Snapshots 261 

Advertisements 281 

Index 28 3 



MILES . 

SPEED 

ON CA! 



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"The portals of knowledge" — - swinging wide to welcome the 
greenest of freshmen — and opening again, more slowly — 
to bid farewell to departing seniors — typifying the best in 
us all. 



page eleven 




Bunkers - — the thud of arrows in the target — laughing' voices 
■ — Robin Hoods in the making — beauty in oneness with nature. 



page twelve 




Class rooms — vine covered walls — the tramp of feet — the 
shouting of cheery "hellos" - whistles — the home of many 
memories. 



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"The half of knowledge" - beauty and understanding — in- 
formed ignorance and true education — headaches and long 
hours — reseach — fun in learning'. 



page- -fourteen 




Candles at dusk — soft voices singing — relaxation on the grass 
- Mortified iniation — simple dignity — beauty. 



page fifteen 




Sunshine and shadows — green lawn and sturdy pines — day 
dreams and aspirations — coming nearer their realization. 



page sixteen 




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Militant simplicity — lights burning late — midnight feasts 
cheery fires in winter — center of activities — Brvan Hall. 



page seventeen 



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FRED P. CONE 

Governor of the State of Florida 




BOARD OP CONTROL 

R. P. Terry, Chairman Miami 

W. M. Palmer Oeala 

H. P. Adair Jacksonville 

Thomas W. Bryant Lakeland 

Charles P. Helfenstejn Live Oak 



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May your four years in college have helped you to see 
with an ever clearer vision that the spiritual values are the real 
values of life, and that the great thinkers through the centuries 
in all human activities are real interpretors of the great creative 
processes of God in the life of the Spirit and of the cosmos, the 
understanding of which makes a richer, a more comfortable, and 
a more sacred life ; and may this understanding always be an 
inspiring light along your pathway of life ! 



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page twenty-one 




SIMEON R. DOYLE 
Registrar of the College 



JOHN G. KELLUM 
Business Manager of the College 




ELIZABETH G. ANDREWS 
Director of Personnel and Placement 



ELMER RIGGS SMITH 
Secretary of the Faculty 



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WILLIAM G. DODD 
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 



OLIVIA X. DORMAN 
Dean of Students 




ELLA SCOBLB OPPERMAN RALPH L. EYMAN 

Dean of the School of Music Dean of the School of Education 



MARGARET R SAXDELS 

Dean of the School of Heme 

Economics 



page twenty-three 



DEPARTMENT OF ART 

The Department of Art en- 
deavors to develop the ap- 
preciation of art and to train 
students to enter the fields 
of teaching, painting, com- 
mercial illustration, interior 
decoration, design, fashion il- 
lustration, and stage design. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Beatrice Beyer 
Williams; Lillian Canf ield : 
Mary Mooty ; Helen Alverda 
Thrush. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
BACTERIOLOGY 

Once offered as a part of 
the Biology and Home Eco- 
nomics courses. Bacteriology 
is now an individual course. 
Instructors for this course 
are Alban Stewart and Mary 
Xoka Hood. 




page twenty-four 




DEPARTMENT OF 
BOTANY 

Instructors in Botany at- 
tempt to point out how a 
knowledge of plants and 
flowers may be applied t<i 
life. Students are taught how 
to know a reasonable number 
of cultivated trees, shrubs 
and "flowers." Our students 
soon learn that not all growth 
under our feet is grass nor 
all ugly plants and weeds. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Herman Kurz : 
Kuth Schornherst. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
CHEMISTRY 

The department of Chem- 
istry gives to the students 
the essentials of courses in 
General, Analytical, Physical, 
Organic and Physiological 
chemistry. Graduate work 
and honors work is encour- 
aged in this department and 
independent study is ob- 
served by some students. By 
its membership in the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society the 
entire staff keeps in close 
touch with the recent ad- 
vances of chemistry. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Leland Judson 
Lewis : Isabel McKinnell : 
Jennie Tilt : Gertrude Ver- 
million. 



page twenty-five 



DEPARTMENT OF 

CLASSICAL LANGUAGES 

AND LITERATURE 

The Department of Classi- 
cal Languages and Litera- 
tures has two objectives : to 
afford technical mastery of 
the Greek and Latin lan- 
guages as an aid in the use 
of the English language, for 
the purpose of personal en- 
joyment, for skill in teach- 
ins, and for g r a d u a t e 
studies; and to provide a 
thorough knowledge of the 
rich and varied cultures of 
these nations in the field of 
art. philosophy. literature. 
government and society as a 
background for understand- 
ing the word of today. 

The instructors in this de- 
partment are : Olivia Nelson 
Dorman : Ruth E. Fairman : 
Edith W. West. 




The Demonstration School 
supplies students who are 
training to he teachers with 
a knowledge of classroom 
procedure. It gives them 
supervised classes to teach 
in order to supply them with 
practical knowledge. 




page twenty-six 




DEPARTMENT OF 

ECONOMICS 

The Department of Eco- 
nomics and Commerce aims 
to give the student a knowl- 
edge of the social and eco- 
nomic development of society 
and a keener appreciation of 
the role of the cultural sub- 
jects as a necessary founda- 
tion upon which a broad voca- 
tional training is based. It is 
hoped that graduates from 
this department will be able 
to play a useful as well as an 
intelligent and enjoyable role 
in life. 

Instructors in the depart- 
ment are: Beulah Bell Briley. 
Lucile Glider Bass ; Inez 
Frink : William Harry Jou- 
bert; Royal Mattice; Mary 
Louella Riehey : Sadie Young. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
EDUCATION 

The Department of Educa- 
tion is responsible for giving 
such courses of study as will 
best prepare kindergarten, pri- 
mary, elementary school, jun- 
ior high school, senior high 
school teachers, and supervis- 
ors for the various duties that 
will front them. The depart- 
ment purposes to give such 
professional training as will 
enable students to use to the 
greatest advantage in the pro- 
fession of education all their 
training and experience. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Ralph L. Eyman; 
Mark II. DeGraff : Dora S. 
Skipper ; Marion Jewell Hay ; 
Murphy Roy Hinson ; Nita Ty- 
burn : R. L. Goulding. 



page twenty-seven 



DEPARTMENT <>F 
ENGLISH 

The Minis of the English de- 
partment arc: to develop in 

students clear thinking' and ef- 
fective expression through 
speaking and writing; to fa- 
miliarize them with the cul- 
tural and spiritual ideals of 
English speaking people 
through the study of our lit- 
erature ; to instill in them the 
appreciation and b e a u t y 
through the study and prac- 
tice of arts of poetry and the 
drama. 

Instructors in the Depart- 
ment are : William G. Dodd. 
Mary Bethell Alt' riend : Mar- 
tha Gertrude Chapman : Guy 
Linton Diffenbaugh : Mildred 
Fay Henry : Mary H. Me- 
Kean: Lou E. W. Miller: Wil- 
liam Hudson Rogers: Hazel 
A. Stevenson: Betty Bland- 
ing: Carmen Rogers. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
GEOGRAPHY 

The course in Geography is 
planned to carry out two chief 
functions: to furnish a major 
or minor in the subject in the 
College of Arts and Sciences 
and to give background 
courses for prospective teach- 
ers and students majoring in 
Economics. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Henry F. Becker ; 
Gladys Fawlev : William Bu- 
gelli. 




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DEPARTMENT 

HISTORY 



OF 



The study of History begins 
with a survey of western civi- 
lization ; then courses are 
given covering significant per- 
iods of human activity or re- 
gions not primarily in the 
main course of "Western Civi- 
lization. In the course the 
study of the South and a Flor- 
ida history is emphasized. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Katherine Trim- 
mer Abbey, Robert S. Cotter- 
ill, Annie Marie Therese Pop- 
er : Venilia L. Shores. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
HOME ECONOMICS 

Home Economics contrib- 
utes to the development of a 
fine art of living and provides 
opportunity for the intelligent 
study of such phases of home 
and family life as child rear- 
ing, h u m a n relationships. 
housing, nutrition, clothing, 
money management and other 
phases of daily existence in 
the home. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Margaret R. San- 
dels : Clarine Belcher : Ruth 
Conner ; Eleanor Green : Edna 
Mae Mcintosh: Sara D. Mea- 
dor : Jennie Tilt: Anna May 
Tracy : Leila Yenable. 



poge twenty-nine 



DEPARTMENT 
HYGIENE 



OF 



The Department of Hygiene 
instructs students in matters 
of personal and public health 
that will aid them to live a 
more hygienic life in college 
and in a community. 

Instructor in this depart- 
ment is Sarah Parker White. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

The Industrial Arts De- 
partment offers to students. 
preparing to teach, courses 
which will enable them to en- 
rich their professional educa- 
tional work through the 
knowledge and skill gained. 
Industrial Arts education, pot- 
tery, modelling, and sculpture, 
woodwork, weaving, metal 
craft, jewelry and leather 
craft are taught. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Emily Pitman Wil- 
hurn : Oval S. Harrison: Ber- 
niceDeetz; Sallie Williams. 




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DEPARTMENT OF 
JOURNALISM 

The Department of Journal- 
ism offers varied courses to 
students desiring to follow a 
career in the newspaper 
world. Styles and means of 
writing are sought through 
the observing of famed jour- 
nalists and their work and 
through the reading of current 
metropolitan n e w s p a p ers. 
hooks and articles. 

Instructor in this depart- 
ment is Mr. Earl Vance. 




LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Courses in Library Science 
sire planned to prepare stu- 
dents for positions as librar- 
ians of small high schools. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Mrs. Pauline Rich- 
ardson; Mrs. Katherine 
Weed. 



page thirty-one 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MATHEMATICS 

The Department of Mathe- 
matics has two purposes. Its 
intention is primarily to give 
students an adequate under- 
standing of the fundamental 
mathematical truths and sec- 
ondarily to develop logical ap- 
plication to problems in hooks 
and in life as well as speed 
and accuracy. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Elmer Kings Smith : 
Olga Larson. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
MODERN LANGUAGES 

A knowledge of the life and 
culture of France. Germany. 
Italy. Spain, and Spanish 
America is afforded by the 
courses given in the Modern 
Language Department. It 
leads to an appreciation of the 
values of various civilizations 
that have intimately affected 
our own development, and 
thus enables us to better un- 
derstand ourselves. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Arthur R. Sey- 
mour : Dorothy L. Breen ; 
Margie Burks; Margaret V. 
Campbell ; Madeline Postaire ; 
Marie Davis. Myrtle Dolbee : 
Mildred Finnegan: Lucy Les- 
ter. 




page thirty-two 




DEPARTMENT OF 
MUSIC 

Courses in piano, voice, vio- 
lin, cello, public school music 
and composition are offered 
by the Music Department. It 
prepares its graduates for vo- 
cational objectives in these 
fields. Special attention is 
given to individual instruction 
as well as group work in the 
glee club, orchestra and en- 
semble. In order that students 
may enjoy this universal lan- 
guage, m usic appreciation 
courses and concerts are 
given. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Ella Scoble Opper- 
man ; Karl Ahrendt ; Walter 
Ruel Cowles ; Mary Murphree 
Meginnis ; Zadie Lillian 
Phipps ; Mary Emily Reeder ; 
Etta L. Robertson ; Owen 
Frink Sellers ; Cecile Strong ; 
Mary Esther Winslow ; Edna 
Mabon ; Helen Hewitt ; Ra- 
mona Jorgensen. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
PHILOSOPHY 

Philosophy — Man's unceas- 
ing desire to discover meaning 
and value in life, to under- 
stand the world and find his 
own place in it, to make the 
most of himself without over- 
estimating his individual im- 
portance. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Anna Forbes Lid- 
dell and Robert Miller. 



page thirty-three 



DEPARTMENT OF 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

The purpose of the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education, 
through its class and extra- 
curricular program, is to give 
to all students an opportunity 
to increase health and physi- 
cal efficiency, to find joy and 
satisfaction in activity and at 
the same time to enrich their 
repertoire of recreational ac- 
tivities that their leisure time 
both in college and in later 
life will become a constructive 
factor in its contribution to 
more complete living. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Katherine W. Mont- 
gomery ; Mary B. Settle ; Re- 
becca Averill ; Claudia Moore; 
Grace Fox : Ruth Lehman. 
Marjorie Mayer. Felicia West. 





















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DEPARTMENT 
PHYSICS 



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The Department of Physics 
offers a full program of un- 
dergraduate work. Subjects 
emphasized in the more ad- 
vanced courses include elec- 
tricity, lisht, heat, mechanics, 
radio, X-rays, radioactivity, 
photoelectricity, and the math- 
ematical theory of physics. 
The Department is well equip- 
ped for lecture demonstrations 
and for individual work in the 
laboratories. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Harold F. Rich- 
ards: Elizabeth Lynn; Wil- 
liam N. Barrows, Jr. 




page thirty-four 




DEPARTMENT OF 
PHYSIOLOGY 

Courses in Physiology deal 
with the basic facts as applied 
to physical activity, human 
anatomy, and a survey of cur- 
rent journals for recent re- 
search. At present the depart- 
ment of Physiology and An- 
atomy is established in the 
Demonstration School. Two 
general courses in human 
physics and human anatomy, 
and two advanced courses are 
offered. 



Instructor in the 
ment : Viola Graham. 



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DEPARTYIENT OF 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Political science furthers 
training in citizenship which 
will assist students more effi- 
ciently and intelligently to as- 
sume their responsibility for 
obtaining the general will in 
the American democracy. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Victoria Schuck ; 
Eleanor F. Dolan. 



page thirty-five 



DEPARTMENT OF 
PSYCHOLOGY 

The object of study in psy- 
chology is the child and the 
developing person. The courses 
offered center about some as- 
pect of the individual : his en- 
larged behavior in a group 
and the life of the group it- 
self: his maladjustments and 
their correction ; his sphere of 
usefulness in adult life ; his 
growth in meaning and in es- 
thetic appreciation, and the 
final culmination of the per- 
sonality into the significant 
man or woman. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Paul F. Finner ; 
Elizabeth Gordon Andrews ; 
Louise Witmer ; Hugh Lee 
Waskom : Dorthy Rose Dish- 
er ; Christian Paul Heinlein ; 
Christine B. Scarborough. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
SOCIOLOGY 

The department of Soci- 
ology has two main purposes. 
The program of courses of- 
fered is intended to give a 
cultural influence and offers 
the fundamental understand- 
ing of group life which re- 
sults in better citizenship. 
The second purpose of the 
courses prepares the students 
for Social Welfare Work. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Raymond Bellamy ; 
Margaret Cochran Bristol ; 
Coyle Ellis Moore ; Paul Wal- 
bert Shankweiler. 




page thirty-six 




DEPARTMENT OF 
SPEECH 

The aim of the Speech De- 
partment is to give training to 
those planning to work on 
the public platform as read- 
ers or lecturers, to students 
working to prepare for the 
teaching of Speech, to those 
preparing for a business life, 
and for purely cultural ends. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are : Mary Hollings- 
worth Buford ; Kemper Mar- 
tin Moore ; Sarah Elizabeth 
Thomson; Lulu Margaret 
Wyly. 




DEPARTMENT OF 
ZOOLOGY 

The aim of Zoology is to in- 
vite interest in the various 
phases of animal life, to give 
training in obtaining first 
hand information to students 
preparing for medicine, teach- 
ing, or as part of a general 
education. Chief emphasis is 
placed on freshman courses 
and the advanced courses in 
ornithology, compartive verte- 
brate zoology, parasitology, 
and embryology. 

Instructors in this depart- 
ment are: Ezda May Deviney ; 
Mildred Irene Boliek ; Mary 
Noka Hood. 



page thirty-seven 



SOCIAL DIRECTORS 

Miss Maude Flowers 
Head of Residence Halls 



Mrs. 
Miss 
Miss 
Miks 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Miss 
Mfis. 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Directors 
Vera Allen 
Mai me Andrews 
Eva Bellinger 
Katherine Bird 
Rose Den ham 
Kathleen Groupe 
Evelyn Kennard 
Josephine Levy 
Anne Pope 
Beaulah Rivers 
Ida Rowan 
Margaret Saynor 
Melanie Surner 

LOLLIE WlMRERLY 




To you who have fostered the best in us for one to four years, who 
have guided us in successful group living, and have taught us that it 
is easier to keep rules than to break them, we owe our heartfelt thanks. 



HONORING THE FACULTY 

You have worked long and hard to give us knowledge, and all too often we have 
disappointed you. This is our loss, not yours, and we will regret it more as time goes 
on. But you have taught us much, in spite of our lethargy, and perhaps most of all, 
you have shown us the way to learn — the half of knowledge. You have given life to 
what has not lived for us before, and you have shown us a love of learning, perhaps 
even imbued some of us with the seed of this love. For these things, and for your 
friendship, we thank you, and we will remember you long after most of our classmates 
are forgotten. 



page thirty-eight 



Faculty Directory 



Edward Conradi A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Kathryn Trimmer Abbey A.M., Ph.D. 

Karl Ahrendt B.M., M.M. 

Mary Bethell Alfriend M.S. 

Elizabeth Gordon Andrews Ph.D. 

Rebecca Gordon Averill M.A. 

Lanas Spurgeon Barber M.A. 

William Morton Barrows, Jr M.Sc, Ph.D. 

Lucile Grider Bass 

Henry Floyd Becker M.S. 

Clarine Belcher M.S. 

Raymond Bellamy A.M., Ph.D. 

Florence Bethea A.B. 

Georgia Elizabeth Blue A.B. 

Mildred Irene Boliek M.A., Ph.D. 

Dorothy Lois Reeves Breen A.M., Ph.D. 

Beulah Belle Briley M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Elizabeth Britton M.A. 

Mary Hollings worth Buford A.B. 

Margie Burks M.A., Ph.D. 

Edith Mildred Burlingarre A.M., Ph.D. 

Margaret Virginia Campbell - M.A. 

Lillian Caroline Canfleld M.A. 

Martha Gertrude Chapman M.A. 

Emeth Tuttle Cochran M.A. 

Grace Dodge Conard B.A.E., Ph.B., B.F.A. 

Ruth Connor A.M., Ph.D. 

Robert Spencer Cotterill M.A., Ph.D. 

Walter Ruel Cowles A.B., Mus.B. 

Marie Davis M.A. 

Nancy Jane Day B.S.. B.A. 

Hazel Bernice Deetz B.S. in Fine and Applied Arts 

Mark H. DeGraff M.A., Ph.D. 

Ezda May Deviney M.S., Ph.D. 

Nellie-Bond Dickinson M.A. 

G'iy Linton Diffenbaugh M.A., Ph.D. 

Dorothy Rose Disher M.A., Ph.D. 

William George Dodd A.M.. Ph.D. 

Myrtle Elizabeth Dolbee M.A. 

Ralph Floyd Donaldson B.A. 

Olivia Nelson Dorman A.M., Ph.D. 

Margaret Whitney Dow B.A., B.M., F.A.G.O. 

Simeon Robert Doyle M.A. 

Mary Alice Eaton M.A. 

Ruth DeGraaf Ellis A.B. 

Ralph Lee Eyman Ed.D. 

Ruth Elizabeth Fairman A.M. 

Gladys Fawley S.M. 

Mildred Finnegan M.A. 

Paul Frederick Finner A.M., Ph.D. 

Kathleen Graham Fletcher B.A., B.S. in L.S. 

Ward Thomas Fletcher M.Ed. 

Maude Alice Flowers A.B. in Commerce 

Grace Imogene Fox A.B. in Education 

Sara Graham A.B. 

Viola Graham M.A., M.S., Ph.D. 

Eleanor V. Green M.A. 

Clara Martin Guerry A.B., B.M. 

Hope Harrin M.A. 

Oval Stanley Harrison M.A. 

Marion Jewell Hay M.A., Ph.D. 

Clara Rider Hayden B.S. in Education 

Frances Field Haynes A.B. 

Christian Paul Heinlein Ph.D. 

Mildred Fay Henry M.A. 

Sarah Herndon M.A. 

Murphy Roy Hinson M.A., Ph.D. 

Ethyl Holloway B.S. in Home Economics 

Henrietta Howell B.S. in L.S., M.A. 

Marian Doris Irish M.A. 

William Harry Joubert M.A. 

Jerry B. Kelley A.B. 

John Gabriel Kellum 

Mary Ellen Keown M.S. 

Gladys Olive Koch A.B., B.M. 

Herman Kurz M.S., Ph.D. 

Olga Larson M.A. 

Ruth Evelyn Lehman B.S. 

Lucy Lester AM - 

Leland Judson Lewis A.M., Ph.D. 

Anna Forbes Liddell M.A., Ph.D. 



Hugh Donald Loucks A.B. 

Edith Elizabeth Lynn M.A. 

Etta Lane Matthews B.A. 

Margaret A. S. McCurdie B.S. in Education 

Ruby McDavid 

Edna Mae Mcintosh M.S. 

Mary Helen McKean M.A. 

Isabel McKinnell M.S. 

Royal Mattice M.A. 

Sara D. Meador M.S. 

Mary Murphree Meginniss A.B., B.M. 

Martha Clara Menendez A.B. in Commerce 

Lou Egerton Whitfield Miller A.B., B.S. in Education 

Robert Daniel Miller A.B. 

Katherine Williams Montgomery M.A. 

Frederick Clifton Moor A.B., M.D., F.A.C.P. 

Coyle Ellis Moore M.S., Ph.D. 

Kemper Martin Moore .....M.A. 

Virginia Pearl Moore 

Mary Elizabeth Mooty A.B. 

Velma Ooton A.B. in Education 

Ella Scoble Opperman A.B., M.M. 

Rhey Boyd Parsons M.A., Ph.D. 

Zadie Lillian Phipps B.M. 

Annie Marie Therese Popper M.A., Ph.D. 

Madeleine Postaire B.A. 

Clarence Patrick Priest B.A.E. 

Dorothy Purse M.A. 

Nita Katherine Pyburn M.A. 

Mary Emily Reeder B.M. 

Harold Frederic Richards A.M., Ph.D. 

Louise Richardson A.M. 

Mary Luella Richey M.A., C.P.A. 

Etta Lucile Robertson 

William Hudson Rogers M.A., Ph.D. 

Nathaniel Moss Salley Litt.D. 

Margaret Rector Sandels A.M.. Ph.D. 

Christine Bryan Scarborough M.S. 

Ruth Olive Schornherst M.S. 

Victoria Schuck M.A., Ph.D. 

Owen Frink Sellers M.A. 

Lucy Belle Settle B.S. 

Mary Brandon Settle M.A. 

Arthur Romeyn Seymour M.L., Ph.D. 

Paul Walbert Shankweiler M.A., Ph.D. 

Venila Lovina Shores M.A., Ph.D. 

Anna Mae Sikes B.S. 

Mabel Simmons A.B. in Education 

Dora Sikes Skipper B.S. in Education 

Elmer Riggs Smith A.M. 

Esther Smith M.A. 

Hazel Allison Stevenson M.A., Ph.D. 

Alban Stewart A.M., Ph.D. 

Lois Lancaster Stone M.A. 

Cecile Strong B.M. 

Thelma Pearl Tew M.Ed. 

Christine Thompson B.Ph., A.B. in L.S. 

Sara Elizabeth Thomson A.B. 

Helen Alverda Thrush M.A. 

Isabelle Thursby 

Jennie Tilt M.S., Ph.D. 

Anna May Tracy Ph.B. 

Florence Reno Tryon M.A. 

Myrtis C. Tureman B.A. 

Earl Lynn Vance A.M. 

Leila Venable A.M. 

Gertrude Vermillion M.A. 

Florence Edna Wagner A.M. 

Betty Washburn M.A. 

Hugh Lee Waskom A.M., Ph.D. 

Edith Woodfin West A.M. 

Sarah Parker White M.A., M.D., Ph.D. 

Emily Pitman Wilburn B.L. 

Beatrice Beyer Williams M.A. 

Sallis Williams M.A. 

Mary Esther Winslow M.M. 

Lulu Margaret Wyly B.S. 

Anne Lee Yates A.B. 

Sad.e Gertrude Young M.A. 



page thirty-nine 




3n jHemoriam 

&otoena Congmtre 

Sanuarp 24, 1869 
lulp 18, 1938 



page forty 




iyHlC/TA. 





Senior Class Officers 

President Mary Emily Parker 

Vice President Dorothy Ban- 
Secretary Marian Usher 

Treasurer Midelle Moore 

Parliamentarian Beulah Mitchell 

Athletic Manager Nancy Williamson 

Representatives to Senate Beck.y Ashton 

Marie Swillev 



page forty-two 



CLRSS OF 1939 




HAZEL ADAMS 
West Palm Beach 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Chi Alpha, Flambeau reporter, 2; Flam- 
beau Sports Editor, 3; Flambeau Business Man- 
ager, 4; Sociology Club, 4. 



SARAH E. ADAMS 

Gainesville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VIRGINIA C. ALLEN 
Brooksville, Fla. 
B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Chairman Student Peace Service, 2, 3, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 
2; Twenty-One Club, 4. 



BETTY AMBLER 

Arcadia, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



EVELYN ANDERSON 

Bartow, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



SADIE ANDERSON 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ROSE APPEL 

Key West, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BECKY ASHTON 

New Smyrna, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
K A 

Zeta Phi Eta, Scholarship Plaque, 1; Torch 
Night, 1 and 2; Sophomore Council, 2; Spirogira, 
2; Fealty, 2; Chairman of May Day, 2; Junior 
Minstrels, 2 and 3; Representative to Judiciary, 
2 and 3; Odd Demonstration, 1, 2, 3, 4 : Fresh- 
man Advisory Board. 3; Religious Emphasis 
Week Chairman, 3; Representative to Senate, 
4; Who's Who in American Universities, 4; 
President of Mortar Bord, 4. 



page forty-three 



RUTH SCOTT ATKINSON 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

n b * 

Alpha Chi Alpha, Junior Minstrel, 2; Even Dem- 
onstration, 2. 3; Cotillon, 2. 3, 4; Estern, 3; 
Flambeau Sports Editor, 3; Senate, 4; Publicity 
Director F. I, P. A., 3; Who's Who in American 
Universities. 4: Flambeau Editor, 4; Mortar 
Board, 4. 



AVALEE AUSTIN 

Kissimmee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



KATHERINE BACON 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Pi Delta Phi, Sophomore Council. 2; Orchestra, 
2, 3; Episcopal Student Vestry, 2, 3, 4; Usher 
Committee, 3; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 3; Odd Dem- 
onstration, 3; Lower Court, 4. 



LEILA BADGER 

Hastings, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Dormitory Teas, 4; Sociology Club; Odd Demon- 
stration, 3. 



EVELYN BAGLEY 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARTHA BAILES 

Eustis, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



DANNER BAKER 

New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

n b * 

Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3; President, 4; Odd Dem- 
onstration, 1, 2; Torch Night, 1; Fealty, 1; Jr. 
Minstrels, 1 ; Social Committee, 2; Y. W. C. A., 
1. 



DORIS E. BALLARD 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS DF 1939 



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CLASS DF 1333 




DOROTHY BARR 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VIRGINIA BARRON 

Safety Harbor, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



EVELYN BAYLESS 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

B. M. in Arts and Sciences 

Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club, 1, 2, 3, 

4; A. S. O., 2, 3, 4. 



JULIA BECKMAN 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A Z 



ANNIS BENNETT 

Apalachicola, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



KITTY BENSON 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 

2 K 
Modern Dance Club, Odd Demonstration, 3. 



MARJORIE BENSON 
Lakeland, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
Glee Club, Tarpon Club. 



BETTY BLALOCK 
Ocala, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Science 
II B <I> 



Assistant Chairman of Torch Night, 2; Astron- 
omy Club; Newman Club; Glee Club, 1. 



page forty-five 



MARY BOATWRIGHT 
Thomson, Ga. 

A. B. in Arts a ad Sciences 
A X ft 

Zeta Phi Eta, Class Games, 2; House Chairman, 
2, 3; Freshmn Counselor, 3; Junior Minstrel, 3; 
Odd Demonstration, 3, 4; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities, 4; Legislative Committee, 4; 
Lower Court, 4; Senate, 4; Judiciary. 4; Off- 
Campus Committee Chairman. 4. 



DORIS BOWMAN 

Pensacola, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 



MARGARET BOTELER 
Clearwater, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
ATA 

Sophomore Council, President Sophomore Class, 
Torch Night Committee, Fealty Committee, 
Vice Pres. of Sorority, Odd Demonstration Com- 
mittee, Fi Delta Phi Secretary, Orientation 
Leader, 2; Freshman Advisory Council, 3. 



EMMA BRADFORD 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



LILLIAN BRADLEY 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



NELWYN BROOKS, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

X ft 
Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



OPAL BROOK 
Graceville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DOROTHY BROWARD 

So. Jacksonville, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Astronomy Club, 3; Home Economics Club. 3, 4; 

Junior Minstrel, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 4. 




CLRSS DF 1339 



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CLRSS DF 1339 




EDITH BROWN 

Lyons, Ga. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ELEANOR DORIS BROWNE 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ROBERTA LOUISE BROWN 

Mcintosh, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



FRANCES BRUNSON 
Sarasota, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Mortar Board, 4; Alpha Chi Alpha, 4; Life Sav- 
ing Corps, 3, 4; Flambeau Staff, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. 
C. A., Who's Who Among University Students 
'39. 



NANCY BRYAN 

Mulberry, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 

* M 
Life Saving Corps, 4. 



RUTH BUECHLY 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JULIA BURNETTE 

Madison, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

II B <t> 
Fealty, 1; Odd Demonstration, 1; Zeta Phi Eta; 
Freshman Counselor, 3; Debating, 3. 4; Senior 
hall, 4. 



EMILY BUSH 
Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A Z 



page forty-seven 



PETREA CABANISS 

Pensacola, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

K A 
Editor Distaff, 4: Distaff. 1, 2, 3; Torch Night. 
1, 2; Fealty Chairman, 3; Flambeau, 2; Alpha 
Chi Alpha, Mortar Board. 



MARY FRANCES CAMPBELL 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

K A e 

Sophomore Council, 2; Orientation Leader, 2, 3; 
Lower Court, 3; Tarpon Club, Life Saving Corps. 



BETTY CASHEN 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARIE CASTELLANO 

Tampa, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Newman Club Treasurer, II Marzoceo, 3. 



ELIZABETH CAUSEY 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

x n 

Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Flambeau, 2; Managing Edi- 
tor Flambeau Summer School, 3. 



MARY ANN CHAPMAN 

Sanford. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VERNER CHITTY 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



FRANCES CLEMENTS 

Ft. Meade, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS DF 1339 



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CLRSS DF1939 




JOYCE CLIFTON 

DeLand, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



SUSIE COGBURN 

Cottondale, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DOROTHY COLBURN 

Miami, Fla. 

B. S. in Fhysical Education 



HONOR COLEMAN 

Boca Grande, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



NELL COLVIN 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. 

Sophomore Council; Torch Night, 2, 3; Demon- 
stration, 3; Spirogira; International Relations 
Club; Freshman Advisory Council, 3, 4; Hand- 
book Committee; N.S.F.A. Chairman and Dele- 
gate to National Congress; Debating, 3; Man- 
ager, 4; V.P. Mortar Board, 4. 



ELIZABETH COMPTON 
Jacksonvile, Fla. 
B. S. in Education 
A Z 



WINNIE OLIVE CONWAY 

Madison, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 4; 

French Club, 2, 3; Baptist Council, 4. 



JANET V. COOK 
Tampa, Fla. 
A. B. 

a o n 

Torch Night, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Religious Work- 
ers Council. 3; YWCA Cabinet, 2, 3; Interna- 
tional Relations Club, 3; Freshman Advisor. 3; 
Senior Hall, 4. 



page forty-nine 



LETITIA CORBETT 
Eiake Wales, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 

K A 
Glee Club, 3; Torch Night, 3. 



FAY LUCILLE COREY 

Miami, Fla. 

B. S. in Physical Education 



LUCILLE COTTON 

Baker, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VIRGINIA CRAIG 
Winter Haven, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 

Torch Night. 1; Fealty, 1; Freshman Counsel- 
lor. 3; Auditing Committee, 4; Budget Commit- 
tee, 4; Odd Demonstration, 2; May Day, 2; 
Senate, 4. 



DOROTHY CURTIS 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



EDITH DANIEL 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ELEANOR DANIELLS 

Eustis, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



AGNES DE LOACH 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRS5 OF 1939 



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CLASS DF 1933 




J Ik Jfi f mem Mm, * 




GIBSON LEWIS DEY 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a a n 

Oc-Campus Committee; Chi Delta Phi; Fresh- 
man Counsellor. 



JUANITE DICKERSON 
Taft, Fla. 
B. S. in Education 

Transfer from Appalachian State Teachers Col- 
lege, Boone, N. C. 



HAZEL DONEGAN 

Waldo, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

2 K 
Sigma Delta Pi 



FRANCES DOUGLAS 

Miami, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Sophomore Council; Sophomore Representative 

to Senate; President Junior Class; Freshman 

Counsellor, Phi Beta Kappa; Spirogira; Mortar 

Board; Who's Who. 



MARY LOU DUNCAN 

Clearwater, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ELLIS DUNSFORD 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A X tt 

President of Sorority, 4; Transfer from Wesley- 
an College, Macon, Ga. 



MARY ELIZABETH EAGLE 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. In Arts and Sciences 



MARTHA EDWARDS 

Tampa. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



page fiftij'One 



SEALE EFFINGER 

Shamrock, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



EMMA RANDOLPH ELEBASH 

Pensacola, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

K A 
President of Panhellenic, 4; Secretary of Pan- 
hellenic, 3; Debate Club, 2, 3, 4; Usher Com- 
mittee, 4; Junior Minstrels, 4. 



RUTH ELKINS 

Chattahoochee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ERMA ENGEL 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 



VEOLA EVANS 

Coleman, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



WINIFRED EWART 

Miami. Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

n b <i> 



C. G. A., Secretary, 2; 1st Vice President. 3; 
President, 4; Who's Who, 3, 4; Spirogira; Junior 
Maid at Junior-Senior Prom, 3; Fealty. 1; Odd 
Demonstration, 1; Mortar Board; Senior Hall. 



RUTH EYMAN 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
B. S. in Education 



NELLE FAIN 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLflSS DF 1939 



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CLASS DF 1939 




MERIBA HELEN FERGURSON 

Lake City. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DORIS E. FILLINGIM 

Telogia, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; Senior Hall. 



RUTH FISHER 

Alachua, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

k a e 

Distaff; Art Editor; Odd Demonstration, 4; 
Junior Minstrel, 3. 



MARGARET GRACE FISHLER 
Fernandina, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A <1> E 

President of Sorority; Social Chairman and Vice 
President of Jewish Womans Organization; Day 
Students Organization; Secretary-Treasury of 
Sociology Club. 



LOUIE FITZPATRICK 

Homestead, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MABEL FLETCHER 
Pahokee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
Senior Hall. 



ELEANOR HASKINS FREER 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

e t 

Thanksgiving Water Pageant, 1; Art Staff of 
Distaff, 3; Episcopal Student Vestry, 3, 4. 



FREDDIE FRINK 

Kelsey City, Fla. 

n b * 

Torch Night. 1, 2; Odd Demonstration. 1, 
Junior Minstrels, 2; French Club. 



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ANGELINA FRISCIA 
Tampa, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
Newman Club, Secretary. 



WELESKA FULMER 

Ponee de Leon. Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 

Life Saving Corps, 4; 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERTA C. GAMMON 

Marianna, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

X ft 
Home Economics Club; Ruge Hall. 



JACKIE GATES 
Jacksonville. Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VIRGINIA GAUTIER 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DORIS LOUISE GEIGER 

Tampa, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



GRACE GILL 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



LILLIAN GILLESPIE 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS DF 1939 



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CLRSS OF 1939 




EUGENIA GLASS 
Miami, Fla. 
AAA 

B. S. in Education 



MARY LORD GOBER 
Ft. Pierce. Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
Vice-Regent D. A. R. 



ELIZABETH GIRARD GRILEY 

Miami, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
AAA 

Cotillion Club, 3, 4. 



JEWEL GROOVER 

Ormond, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BEATRICE GRUS 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 



MARTHA HAGUE 

Alachua, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



RUTH HANSON 

Pierson, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARY ISABEL HARDEN 
Fernandina, Fla. 
B. S. in Home Economics 
A \ II 



page fifty-five 



LOUISE HARRIS 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BETTY HARRISON 

Tallahassee. Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

x n 

Sophomore Council ; Omicron Nu Scholarship 
<"up: Freshman Advisory Council, 3; Secretary- 
Treasury Omicron Nu, 3; President of Sorority; 
Home Economics Club. 



BETTY HATCH 

Dunedin. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a x n 

Class Secretary, 1, 2: Sophomore Council; 
Spirogia; Mortar Board; Judiciary. 4; 2nd Vice 
President of C. G. A.; Odd Demonstration, 4; 
Freshman Floor Counsellor, 3; Orchestra, 1, 2. 
3, 4. 



MARGARET HESS 
Winter Haven, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BEATRICE HIGHSMITH 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MILDRED HILL 

DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; President Omicron Nu, 4. 



JOYCE HINCKLEY 

Apalachicola, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; May Day, 



HAZEL HINSEY 
Sarasota, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
Social Committee, 3, 4. 




CLASS DF1S39 



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CLASS OF 1933 




RUTH HOBBY 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



FRANCES HODGES 

Graceville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JEAN HODGES 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

9 T 
Panhellenic, 2, 3; Art Staff Distaff, 3. 



JULIA HODGSON 

Tampa, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 

ATA 
May Day, 2; Intramurals, 2. 



DOROTHY HOFFMAN 

Miami Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BOBBIE JOSEPHINE HOWARD 

Winter Garden, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

A A II 
Transfer from University of Georgia; Junior 
Minstrels, 3; Odd Demonstration Committee, 3; 
May Day Committee, 4. 



LEONA ANJALETTA HOWE 

Sarasota, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a a n 

Village Vamp. 1. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club, 1; Odd 
Demonstration, 1; Flambeau, 1, 2, 3, 4: Distaft 
Staff, 3. 4; President, Chi Delta Phi, 4; Alpha 
Chi Alpha; Junior Minstrels. 3; President, Alpha 
Delta Pi, 4; Chairman "21" Club, 4. 



FRANCES HOWELL 

Pahokee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Freshman Councilor, 3; President of Methodist 

S. O. 4; President Sigma Delta Pi, 4. 



page fifty-seven 



HELEN H. HUGHES 
Port Orange, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 



LOIS HUGHES 
Winter Park, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
B T 



PEGGY HUGHES 

Monticello, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



VALERIE HUNT 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

B. S. in Physical Education 

e x 



BETTY LOU INGERMANN 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 

YWCA Cabinet, 3; Members Presbyterian Coun- 
cil, 3, 4; Freshman Advisor, 4; Senior Hall, 4. 



MARY LOU IRSCH 
Tampa, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
ATA 



RUTH IRVINE 
Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Astronomy Club, 3; German Club, 3; Cotillion 
Club, 3, 4; Even Volley Ball, 3; Junior Min- 
strels, 4. 



JANE JACKSON 

Dade City, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS OF 1939 



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CLRSS DF 1339 




PEGGY JACKSON 

Miami, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

II B * 
Home Economics Club. 



J. HENRIETTA JACOBY 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Fealty, 1; Dramatic Chairman Jr. Minstrel, 3; 

Dcr Deutsche Verein; Am. Chemical So. 



ANNIE JENNINGS 

Ocala, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

I. R. C. 2, 3, 4; Der Deutsche Verein, 1, 2, 3, 4 

Life Saving Corps, 2, 3, 4; Senior Hall. 



LOUISE JERNIGAN 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 



FLORENCE JAMES 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JEAN JOHNSTON 

Tampa, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

x n 



FLORENCE JONES 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
A. B. 



MYRLE HAZEL JONES 

DeLeon Springs. Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Torch Night. 



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ARYSTINE KENNEDY 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

B. s. in Arts and Sciences 

Secretary-Treasurer Photography Club, 4. 



MARGARET KENNEDY 

Malone, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



GENE CHARLOTTE KERNS 
Winter Haven, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 

AAA 
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Freshman 
Counselor, 4. 



CHRISTINE KILLIAN 

Dover, Fla. 

B. S. in Education 

Senior Hall, 4; Odd Hockey. 



GAIL KINNEY 

Fellsmere, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



GERALDINE KNAPP 
Sarasota, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A A IT 



GWENDOLYN KNAPP 

Sarasota, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a a n 



EDNA ELIZABETH KUNDE 
Greenwood, Fla. 
B. S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club, 1, 3, 4. 




CLASS DF 1939 



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CLASS DF 1939 




ILMA LA BAR 
Asheville, N. C. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
K A 



ANNE LADD 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
IT B f I> 



Torch Night, 1; NSFA, 1; Astronomy Club. 1: 
Flambeau, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council, 2; Odd 
Demonstration, 3; Junior Minstrels, 3; Alpha Chi 
Alpha President, 3, 4; Senior Editor Distaff, 4. 



FRANCES LANE 
Graceville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Floor Chairman, 3; Member of Methodist Stu- 
dent Council ; President of Young Peoples Di- 
vision of Methodist, 4. 



FRANCES LA MOTTE 
Tampa, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
K A 



HARRIET JEAN LAWRENCE 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Volleyball; Sociology Club. 



CHARLOTTE LEE LAWTON 

Oviedo, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Glee Club; M.S.O. Worship Chairman. 



LOUISE ANNE LEE 

Noma, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 



VIRGINIA MAE LEE 

Munson, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



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MARIAN MARIE LEWIS 
Largo, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Transfer from Florida Southern College in 1937; 
(Jlee Club. .'!. 4; Senior Hall, 4: Methodist Coun- 
cil. 4: Odd Basketball Team, 3. 



SARA LEWIS 
Orlando, Fla. 

A. B. in Aits and Sciences 
AAA 



ALBERTA LLOYD 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

A X S2 
Even Hockey. 



ALTHEA LLOYD 
Tallahassee, Fla. 

a x n 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Even Hockey; Home Economics Club. 



HILDA GERTRUDE LINTON 
Clearwater, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 

4> M 
Transfer from St. Petersburg Junior College. 



MARTHA MAE LITTLE 
Tampa, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
Torch Night, 1. 



JANET LOCKWOOD 
Palm Beach, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
K A 



ELIZABETH LOUNDS 

Crescent City, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLASS DF 1339 



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CLRS5 DF 1339 




KATHERYN LOWE 

Key West, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



BUNNY LOWERY 



Clearwater, Fla. 

B. S. in Education 

Sophomore Council; Freshman Counselor; Y. W. 

C. A. Executive Cabinet; Chairman of Recre- 
ation; Captain Basketball, 2; Supervisor of City 
Playground; Odd Swimming Team; Baseball; 
"F" Club; Life Saving Corps; Spirogira; Morti- 
fied; Senior Hall; "Who's "Who"; Odd Demon- 
stration; Junior Minstrels; Torch Night; May 
Day; Fealty; President of W. A. A.; President 
of Outing Club; Senate. 



LILLIAN W. LUKENS 

<t> M 
Hollywood, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 



MARTHA LUMPKIN 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
ATA 



LUELLA LYNCH 

San Antonio, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



SARAH LYTLE 
East Lake, Fla. 
B. S. in Physical Education 

Odd Basketball Team; Freshman Athletic Man- 
ager; Vice President Sophomore Class, 2; Vice 
President Sophomore Council, 2 ; Treasurer W. 
A. A. 4; Freshman Councilor, 3; Odd Volleyball; 
Swimming; Captain Odd Hockey Team; "F" 
Club; Spirogira; Physical Education Association; 
Life Saving Corps; Episcopal Student Vestry; 
Senate; Treasurer C. G. A. 3. 



IDA MANN 
Frostproof, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
Senior Hall. 



MARY LEWIS MANNING 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
X ft 

Sophomore Council, 2; Odd Demonstration, 1; 
Pi Delta Phi; Modern Dance Group, 3; Usher 
Committee, 3; Junior Minstrels, 4. 



page sixty-three 



OLIVE MANZ 

Chicago, 111. 

A. B. in Arts ami Sciences 



AGNES MARTIN 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

Orchestra, 1 ; Torch Night. 2; President Baptist 

Student L T nion, 4; Kappa Delta Pi; French Club, 

4; Sociology Club. 4. 



ELIZABETH MEIGS 

DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

ATA 
Zeta Phi Eta; Y. W. C. A. 2; Intramurals, 2. 



ELVA MELVIN 
Winter Haven, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Torch Night, 1, 2; Glee Club. 1, 2; May Day, 2; 
Fealty. 1; Junior Minstrels, 2; Freshman Orien- 
tation Leader, 3. 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 3, 4; Modern 
Dance Group, 3; Freshman Advisory Council, 4; 
College Dance Committee, 4; Classical Club, 4. 



MARGARET MELZER 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
B. S. in Music 



MARGARET ELAINE MEREDITH 

Boynton, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

Odd Demonstration, 2. 



MARJORIE MERRILL 

Ocala, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



HELEN GLENN MERRYDAY 
Madison, Fla. 

K A 
A. B. in Education 




CLRSS DF 1339 



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CLRSB OF 1939 




BEULAH P. MITCHELL 

Winter Haven, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

Torch Night. 1, 3 ; Freshman Counsellor. 3: Floor 

Chairman. 3; Social Committee. 4; Kappa Delta 

Pi; Pi Delta Phi; Senior Class Parliamentarian, 

4; Senior Hall, 4. 



DOROTHY MOLNAR 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARTHA MOORE 
Tampa, Fla. 

A Z 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Y. W. C. A. 1; Astronomy Club, 1; Torch Night, 
1; Water Pageant. 2; Life Saving Corps. 2, 3, 4; 
Class Volleyball Team. 2. 3; Junior Minstrels, 3; 
Physical Education Association, 2. 3, 4; Class 
Swimming Team, 3; Off-Campus Committee, 4; 
Odd Hockey Team, 4; President of Junior Coun- 
cil of Presbyterian Student League, 4. 



MIDELLE MOORE 
West Palm Beach. Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
ATA 



SARAH MOORE 

Tampa, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 

x n 



FLOREINE MORRIS 
Quincy, Fla. 
II B * 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Freshman Counsellors, 3; Odd Demonstration, 3; 
Torch Night, 2; Junior Class Treasurer, 3; Presi- 
dent of Sorority, 4; LTsher Committee, 3; French 
Club, 2. 



IRENE MORROW 

Madison, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JULIA MULLIS 

New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



page sixty-five 



LUCIA MUNNERLIN 

Slater, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



EVELYN MURPHY 

Mulberry, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

x n 



ALBERTA McBRIDE 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



HELEN McBRIDE 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

x n 

Transfer from St. Mary College, Raleigh, North 
Carolina; Freshman Counselor, 4. 



MARY McCAHILL 
Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
AAA 



muriel Mccracken 

Ferry, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



AILSA ELLEN McKELVEY 

Miami Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a o n 

Senior Hall; Flambeau Staff. 



mona Mclean 

Falmetto. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS DF 1933 



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CLASS OF 1939 




betty Mcmullen 

Largo, Fla. 

B. S. in Fine Arts 

A O II 
President of Sorority; Extra Curricula Commit- 
tee; Odd Volleyball, 1, 2, 3; Flastacowo Staff, 
3, 4; Odd Demonstration, 2, 3, 4. 



jeanne Mcmullen 

Bradenton, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Y. W. C. A.; Torch Night, 1, 2. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH NEVITT 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Transfer from St. Petersburg Junior College; 

Life Saving Corp; Tarpon Club. 



MARY NOBLE 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

AAA 
President Delta Delta Delta, 4. 



ESTHER O'BYRNE 
Lake Wales, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Sophomore Council; Freshman Counsellor, 3; 
Y. W. C. A. Treasurer, 3 ; Torch Night Commit- 
tee, 3; Budget Committee, 3; President of MSO. 
4; House Chairman of Gilchrist, 4; Fresident 
of Glee Club, 4. 



BETTY ORLEMAN 
Miami, Fla. 
B. S. in Education 

Newman Club; German Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas- 
urer, 2; Life Saving Corps, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi, 3, 4; Senior Hall. 



BERSHE OVEN 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

X ft 
Fealty; Home Economics Club. 



MARY PALMER 

Bartow, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



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MARY EMILY PARKER 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Ails and Sciences 
A A II 

Odd Demonstration, 2: Sophomore Council, 2; 
Freshman Counsellor, 2. .'!; Student Governments 
of Florida: Treasurer, 4; Odd Cheer Leader; 
President of Phi Alpha Theta, 4; Vice Presidenl 
of Day Students. 3; Mortar Board; Spirogira; 
President of Senior class, 4; International Re- 
lations Club. 



MELBA RUTH PARKS 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
B. S. in Chemistry 

a x n 

Mortar Board; Spirogira; Who's Who; Fresh- 
man Counsellor, 3; Y. W. C. A. Executive Cab- 
inet, 3; Senate, 3, 4; Chairman Residence Hall, 
4; Judiciary, 4. 



OWREATHA PARRISH 
High Springs, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 



DOVIE LEE PATTEN 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



LYNETTE PATTEN 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

2 K 
Baptist Council. 



LUTRELLE PATTERSON 
Sarasota, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
K A 



Sophomore Council, 2; Social Committee, 2, 3, 4; 
Chairman, 4; Freshman Counsellor, 3; President 
of Spirogira, 3, 4; Mortar Board. 



MARGARET PEACOCK 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 

Glee Club; Geography Club. 



VIOLET IRENE PECK 
Jacksonville. Fla. 
B. S. in Home Economics 
AAA 

Cotillion Club, 3. 4; President. 4; Fealty 1 ; 
Torch Night. 4; Senate, 3; Off-Campus Commit- 
tee; Social Committee; Home Economics Club; 
Odd Demonstration. 




CLASS DF 1933 



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CLASS DFIS39 




BARBARA PHELAN 

Dunedin, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



CATHERINE GRAY PINNER 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
B. M. in Music 

Torch Night, 1 2; Sophomore Council, 2; House 
Chairman of Brvan, 3; Lower Court, 4; Olee 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CATHERINE PlTTMAN 

Quincy. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ANNIE LAURIE POLK 

Arcadia, Fla. 

B. S. in Home Economics 

k a e 

Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; M.S.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELLA FAYE PRICE 
Gainesville. Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
K A 9 



CAROL RAMAGE 

Tampa. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
2 K 



Sophomore Council, 2; Y. W. C. A. Secretary. 3: 
Freshman Counsellor, 3; Fi Delta Phi President, 
4; Zeta Phi Eta, 4: Classical Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Hall, 4; Torch Night. 2. 



MARCIA RANNEY 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A X tt 

Life Saving Corp. 2. 3. 4; Sociology Club, 3. 4; 
Odd Demonstration, 2. 3, 4; Junior Minstrel, 2, 3. 



ELIZABETH RANSON 

Delray Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



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ELEANOR REDLINGER 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. iii Education 

B <!• A 
Newman Club; Italian Club. 



BETTY REED 

Port Orange, Fla. 

A. 1!. in Arts and Sciences 




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JENNIE DORIS REED 
Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
B. S. in Education 

AAA 
Social Committee. 



ROBERTA REED 

Miami. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARGARET E. REES 

Corning, New York 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

n b * 



DOROTHY RICKARDS 

Tallahassee. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

AAA 



NANCY RIGBY 

Plymouth, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



FREDERICA GEORGETTE ROBERTS 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Classical Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; Eta Sigma Phi, 3, 4; 
President. 4; Social Committee. 2; Usher Com- 
mittee, 3; Phi Beta Kappa. 




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CLASS DF 1333 







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GERTRUDE RODGERS 

Clearwater, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



NANCY JOAN ROGERO 
Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
9 T 



Torch Night, 1; Junior Minstrels, 1, 2; Odd 
Demonstration, 1, 2, 3; Flambeau Staff, 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Chi Alpha; Life Saving Corps, 2, 3, 4; 
Tarpon Club, 3, 4; Off -Campus Committee, 4. 



MABEL BRYANT ROGERS 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

A A II 
Pi Delta Phi; Astronomy Club. 



VIRGINIA ANNE ROOD 
Bradenton, Fla. 
B. S. in Arts and Sciences 
ATA 

Transfer from Maryville College, Maryville, 
Tenn. 1937. Odd Hockev and Swimming Teams, 
3; Odd Volleyball Team, 3; Odd Soccer and 
Swimming; Intramural Board, 4; Tarpon Club; 
"F" Club; Life Saving Corps; Physical Educa- 
tion Association. 



JEAN ROOT 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JOAN ROSS 
Palatka, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
AAA 



NANCY ROU 
Reddick, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 

a a n 



LETHA MADGE ROYCE 
Lake Worth, Fla. 
B. M. in Music 
B <i> A 



President of Sorority; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; El Mor, 
4; American Guild of Organist, 2, 3, 4. 



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JULIA RUDD 
Tallahassee, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



DOROTHEA RUFF 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
President of Sociology <'liib 
lations Club. 



International Re- 



MARY ELIZABETH RUSSELL 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Sophomore Council; Freshman Counsellor, 2, 3 ; 

Pi Delta Phi; Senior Hall; Presbyterian League 

Council, 2, 3. 4. 



ANNA LAURIE SANCHEZ 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

k a e 

Odd Demonstration; Junior Mintrel; Fealty. 



BETTY SCOTT 

Tallahassee. Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a a n 

Zeta Phi E!ta; Astronomy Club; Day Student 
Organization; Odd Demonstration, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Minstrels, 4; Fealty, 1; May Day, 1; Freshman 
Counsellor, 3; Senate, 3. 



DOROTHY SCOTT 

Winter Haven. Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

Torch Night, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2. 3; Freshman 

Counsellor, 2; Odd Cheer Leader, 3 ; Life Saving 

Corps; Senior Hall. 



LUCILLE SEED 

Lakeland, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 
K A 



JANE SHARON 

Sanford, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
X 11 

Torch Night. 1; Odd Demonstration, 1; Junior 
Minstrel, 1; Cotillion Club; Zeta Phi Eta. 




CLflSS QF1939 



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CLASS DF 1333 




HELEN SHATKOWSKY 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Education 

Flambeau Reporter; International 

Club; E. P. C; J. W. O. 



EDNA SIMS 
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 
B. S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; 4-H Club. 



Relations 



JOHANA SKAGSETH 
Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A X il 

Torch Night, 1; "F" Club, 1, 3, 4; Odd Demon- 
stration, 1, 4; Freshman Advisory Council; 
German Club, 4; Life Saving Corps, 1. 



ADELAIDE SLAUGHTER 

Palmetto, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DORA ETTA SOLOMAN 

Pensacola, Fla. 

B. S. in Education 

Circulation Manager Flambeau, 4. 



MARGARET SPARKMAN 

Dade City, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



ELIZABETH ANN SPICER 
Clewiston, Fla. 
K A e 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

Flambeau Staff, 2, 3, 4; Odd Demonstration, 2: 
International Relations Club, 3, 4; Alpha Chi 
Alpha. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. 



MARY ELIZABETH STEVENSON 

Lake Wales, Fla. 

N. S. in Home Economics 

Freshman Counsellor; Home Economics Club; 

4-H Club; Senior Hall. 



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CLARA STEWART 

Melbourne, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

ATA 
Pi Delta Phi; Intramurals, 1, 2. 



MARJORIE STEWART 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
KB* 



MARY SULLIVAN 

Key West, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

ASA 
Flambeau, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman. 1, 2, 3; Alpha 
Chi Alpha; Junior Minstrels, 3; French Club, 
2, 3, 4; Odd Demonstration, 3, 4. 



BARBARA SWANSTROM 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



MARIE SWILLEY 
High Springs, Fla. 
B. S. in Commerce 



HELEN TAYLOR 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



LOUISE TAYLOR 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

AXSI 
Vice President of Day Students, 4; Transfer 
from University of Tampa, 1936. 



JACKIE TEXADA 

Gainesville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

x n 




CLRSS DF 1939 



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CLflSS OF 1339 








JANE THOMAS 

Selma, Ala. 

A. B. in Education 

K A 
Intramural, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Nurses 
Club, 2, 3. 



SUSANNA TRUSLER 
Gainesville, Fla. 
B. S. in Arts and Sciences 
S K 

Y. W. C. A.; Astronomy Club, 3, 4; President 
Sigma Kappa, 4. 



SHIRLEY TURNER 

Greenwood, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 



MARGARET TYLER 

Tampa, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

a o n 

College Symphony Orchestra; Little Theatre 
Orchestra; Torch Night; Odd Demonstration; 
Junior Minstrel; Senior Hall; B. S. U. Council. 



MARIAN USHER 

Miami, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



BESSIE VAN IDERSTINE 

Lakeland, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



ALTA VANN 

Homestead, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DILLA PEARL WAKEFIELD 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A. B, in Arts and Sciences 

Life Saving. 



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MARGARET WALCOTT 
Lake Alfred, Fla. 
B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

Sophomore Council. 2; Life Savins Corps. 1, 2, 
:!. 1: Spirogira; Odd Demonstration, 2, 3, 4; 
Home Economics Club, 1, 2. 3. 4: Senate, 3; "F" 
Club, 2. 3, 4: Hockey (Odd) 1. 2. 3, 4; Odd Swim- 
ming, 1, 2, 3. 4; Chairman Class Day, 4 : Torch 
Night, 2, 3, 4. 



ANNA BELLE WALKER 

Pensacola, Fla 

A. 1?. in Arts and Sciences 



DORIS WALKER 

Montbrook, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

German Club, 3, 4; Senior Hall, 4. 



MARY CONNALLY WALLIS 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
A X P. 

Torch Night, 1; Sophomore Council, 2; Fresh- 
man Orientation Leader, 2; Freshman Advisory 
Council, 3: Social Committee, 3; Odd Demon- 
stration, 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 



LOUISE WHEELER 

Hawthorne, Fla. 

B. S. in Arts and Sciences 

President Home Economics Club, 4; Y. W. A.; 

Y. W. C. A.; Intramural Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4; 

Modern Dance, 3; B. Y. P. U. 



BETTY WHITE 

Lake Worth, Fla. 
B. S-. in Education 

Freshman Advisor; "F" Club; Life Saving' Corps; 
Odd Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Odd Swimming 
Team; Odd Swimming Leader, 3; Odd Hockey 
Leader. 4; W. A. A. Board; Episcopal St. Vestry, 
1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Intramural Manager; Odd Dem- 
onstration; Senior Hall. 



BLANCHE WHITE 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



DOROTHY WHITE 

St. Augustine, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 




CLRSS DF 1933 



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CLASS DF 1939 




MAYE WHITE 

Quincy, Fla. 

B. S. in Commerce 



POLLY ANN WHITE 
Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
II B * 



Classical Club President, 1, 2, 3, 4; Eta Sigma 
Phi, 3, 4; Business Manager Flastacowo, 4; 
Freshman Counsellor, 3; Senior Hall, 4. 



AGNES WHITTEMORE 
Bradenton, Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
ATA 

Transfer from Tampa University. Junior Min- 
strels, 3; Odd Demonstration, 3, 4; Chairman of 
Organization Committee, 4; Senate; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 



LOUISE WHITTING 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 



JUDITH WILENSKY 

Miami, Fla. 
A. B. 

i«i>E 



FRANCES WILLIAMS 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

a x n 



GERALDINE 
Umatilla. Fla. 
A. B. in Arts 

k a e 


WILLIAMS 
and Sciences 












JUNA 

St. Pe 
A. B. 


WILLIAMS 
tersburg, Fla. 
in Arts and Sciences 


















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seven 


ty 


seven 



NANCY WILLIAMSON 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 
F>. S. in Arts and Sciences 

a r a 

Torch Night, L; Odd Volleyball Team, 2, 3 
Captain. 4; Tennis Team. 3; Baseball Team, 2, 3 
Life Saving Corps, 2. 3. 4; Water Pageant, 1 
odd Hockey Team. 3; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3 
"P" Club, 2. 3, 4; Athletic Manager Junior Class 
3 : Athletic Manager Senior Class. 4; Odd Demon- 
stration, 3: President Alpha Gamma Delta. 



MARGARET M. WILSON 
Atlantic Beach. Fla. 
A. B. in Education 
<I> M 



RUTH P. WILSON 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
A. B. in Arts and Sciences 
A a A 



BETTY WYNN 

Miami, Fla. 

A. B. in Arts and Sciences 

n b <!> 

Fealty. 1; Chairman Torch Night, 2; Odd Dem- 
onstration, 1, 2, 3; Junior Minstrels, 1, 2. 3 : In- 
tramural. 1. 2. 3, 4; Flastacowo, 2, 3; Editor, 4; 
Debating Team. 2, 3; N. S. F. A. Committee 
Member, 2, 3; I. R. C. 4; Senate. 4; Alpha Chi 
Alpha, 3, 4. 





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deniov Luiss Jristoe^ 



E WERE a little bit awed, we must admit, back there in the fall of '35. There 
were a bewildering number of buildings, ivy-covered, and girls — total strangers. We 
walked around in our best dresses and wanted to go home. 

But along came some upperclassmen and we decided that if they could we could; 
we put on our stiffest upperlip and took in Rush Week, and there we were with little 
ribbons and we were still bewildered. Some one said "Its Investiture tonight," and 
solemnly, to be in the spirit of the occasion we watched some girls walk down the 
aisle in the auditorium. We missed Pomp and Circumstance but someone said, 'That 
comes at graduation, silly." At Torch night, somehow, in spite of our cheese-cloth 
tunics, we did feel a queer little thrill as we bore our torches to Alma Mater, singing. 
Fealty was a beautiful pageant, but even before our sister class, we knew that we 
had pledged ourselves to the Torches Three. 

Then Demonstrations — ours was the best — and the games and red, white and 
purple, and turkey. This was our first Thanksgiving at school. 

Class elections, and oh, the politicing we did — Christmas, and Home. To return 
to our first semester exams — by now, we really know our way around, and were glad 
to see Good Girls rewarded with Sophomore Council pins. 

Coming back our Sophomore year we were pretty awfully sophisticated. Had 
our boy friend up for the hop! We felt a little queer, again, when we saw the new 
freshmen bringing us the torches: we were sort of sad at the sophomore-senior break- 
fast, because our big sisters were leaving us. 

Our Junior year, we really didn't have time to feel at all, we were so busy. 
These events stand out — Odd Demonstration, Junior Minstrels, elections — and the 
Junior-Senior Prom!! Everybody took lunches out of the dining room and we 
danced there. Then Mortar Board tapping — "Tis the torch the people follow" — and 
everyone letting her hair down and wearing rompers at the kid party. 

The Senior Year- -funny, how soon it came — There was Dr. Conradi putting 
mortar boards on the remaining members of the freshman class of '35. Christmas and 
the Senior Christmas party, then down to Dr. Conradi's in February to wish him 
Happy Birthday. Then the Prom, sophomore-senior and alumnae breakfasts, May Day, 
Class Day, and the flash of white against black gowns as our Junior sisters walked 
proudly beside us. The solemnity of Baccalaureate service and then — Graduation. 
Pomp and Circumstance! A mixed sensation of relief and sadness. 

As the sun slants through the high windows of the auditorium, our college life 
passes before our eyes. How different the school is now from the way we found it. 
We see new college generations coming on to take our places, as we go out to make 
room for them. But those we leave still here may be sure that we will remember 
and return. 

RUTH EYMAN, Historian. 



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SONGS - - ------ FLASTACOWO 



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ex. 



GARNET AND GOLD 

Garnet and gold 

And may we ever loyal be ; 

As in days of old 

Thy daughters bore the torches three. 

Femina Perfecta, 

And at the top we'll always stand, 

And Florida '11 be 

The very best in all the land ! 



K^ia^s <z3c 



CHQ 



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F.S.C. WE LOVE THEE 
SADIE ANDERSON 

Dear F.S.C. we love you, 

Your hills and vineclad halls, 

The knowledge you have brought us, 

Within your red brick walls. 

May your standards never waver, 

Your torches ever shine, 

And in our hearts we'll always bear 

Your spirit true and fine. 



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Junior Class Officers 

President Bettie Young 

Vice President Marian Grinnell 

Secretary Janice Simmons 

Treasurer Marjorie Yonge 

Parliamentarian Carolyn Collins 

Athletic Manager Frances Fryer 

Representatives to Senate Dorothea Kloeppel, Janet Jewett 



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CLASS OF 194-0 




4 



<H 



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, 



LILLIAN ALLDERDICE 

MARY ALLEN 

DORIS ANDERSON 




JANE ANDERSON 

RUTH ARCHER 

BEATRICE ARNOLD 



AMELIA AVANT 

MAMIE RUTH BAGGOTT 

SUSY BAKER 



MARTHA BALLENGER 

DAYDE BARNARD 

JOSEPHINE BARONE 



CHARLOTTE BARTLESS 

IRIS BELL 



MABEL BENNETT 



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LENA BISCHOFF 

EDNA BLANTON 



BETTY BOOZER 



GRACE BREWER 

MARGARET BR1TTON 

JUAN1TA BROOK 



JAMIE BROWN 



MARTHA BROYLES 

DORIS CAHOON 



DORIS CAMPBELL 

HOPE CAMPBELL 

ROSE MARY CARLTON 



MARGARET CHALKER 

MARY COCHRAN 

CAROLYN COLLINS 









»/ 





1 




V 



&J 




CLASS OF 194-0 



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CLRSS QF 194-0 




MARY COLLINS 

LETITIA CORBETT 

DAILIA CURRAN 



SHIRLEY DAVIS 



MINNA DENNIS 

LOUISE DOUGLASS 



POLLY DOUGLASS 

VIRGINIA DOWLING 

SOPHIE DRAUGHON 



RUBY DUNSTON 

CAROLINE EDWARDS 



VIOLA ELLIS 



CARLYN ERWIN 



JUNNE EVANS 



FRANCES FARMER 



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ROSE LEE FE1GENBAUM 

ROSALIE FEINBERG 

WILDA F1NLAYSON 



MARY FINNEY 



LILLIAN FLEET 



LUCILE FLOW 



KITTY FORD 



MAY BELLE FORD 

FRANCES FRYER 



WILLYNE GAINES 



PEARL GAY 



HARRIETT GILL 



CAMILLA GILETTE 

ALMA GODWIN 



AMELIA GORDY 




CLRSS OF 134-0 



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CLASS 0F194-Q 




KATHERINE GRAHAM 



BETTY GRAVES 



FRANCES GREEN 



EVELYN GREER 



FLORENCE GREGORY 

MARY GLENN GRIMES 



MARION GRINNELL 

CAROLYN GRISSETT 



JOAN HADY 




JOAN HAMPTON 



MICKEY HEARIN 



REBA HENRY 



RITA MAY HENRY 

FRANCES VONCILE HERRING 

NANCY HORNEY 



page eighty-seven 



NATALEE HOUCHARD 

ZON1RA HUNTER 

EVELYN HUSSEY 



BETTY JANE JACO 

ANITA JAECKEL 

MARJOR1E JESSUP 



ENA FAY JETT 



JANET JEWETT 

FRANCES JOHNSTON 



JESSIE KEELER 



VIRGINIA KEHR 



ANNE KENNEDY 



HARRIETT KENT 

CATHERINE KIRBY-SMITH 

DOROTHEA KLOEPPEL 




CLASS OF 1910 



page eighty-eight 



CLRSS OF 194-0 




JANET KUNNIG 



HAZEL LACEY 



EUNICE LASCHE 








MARY ALICE LESTER 

BETTY LINDSEY 



SARA LINES 



MARGARET LINGO 

HENRIETTA S. LISK 

JEANNETTE LITSCHGI 



MARY EUGENIA LONG 

ST. GEORGE LOURCEY 

ADA LYBARKER 



AVIS LYMAN 



ISLA JEAN MCCANN 

IDA MAY McCLAIN 



page eighty-nine 



GERTRUDE McGLAUN 

JEAN McCRAY 

ERNESTINE MAKEMSON 



VIRGINIA MAKEMSON 

ROSALEE MALPHURS 

JEANNE MANKES 



DOROTHY MANNING 

YVONNE MARCHESSEAU 

BETTY JANE MARKHAM 



JANET E. MATTERN 

PEGGY MEACHAM 

MARJORIE MEANS 



ELENOR MEGGS 

CLARA MEISCH 



RUTH MERBLER 




CLASS OF 194-0 



page ninety 



CLASS DF1940 




ELEANOR MILLER 

JOAN MILLER 

FRANCES MILTON 



VIRGINIA MILTON 

MARJORIE MORRISON 

PAULINE MORROW 



ANG1E MULKEY 

ELEANOR MULLINS 

MARY NICHOLS 



BETTY NICHOLSON 

SIBYL JEAN OLSEN 

CAROLYN O'NEAL 



EDITH OTT 



MARY O. OVERMAN 

DOROTHY PARKER 



page ninety-one 



DOT PARKS 



PHYLLIS PARRAMORE 

MARIE PATTANI 



KAROLYN PATTERSON 

GLADYS PEACOCK 

CYNTHIA PEARLMAN 



ROANNA POSEY 

HARRIETT POST 

MARJA POURTLESS 



ELLA FAYE PRICE 

SARAH MARGARET QU1NCEY 

ISABELLE RAMSEY 



BARBARA REED 

MARY ELIZABETH REESE 

LOUISE RICE 




CLASS QF 134-0 



page wmety-two 



CLRSS DF 1940 









VIRGINIA RICKER 

MARGARET RINCK 

JEANNETTE RISH 



MARTHA ROBB1NS 

EDNA ISABELL ROBERTS 

MARGARET ROBERTS 



INA MARGARET ROBINSON 

MARGARET RODGERS 

NORMA RODRIGUEZ 



RUTH ROGERS 



JANET ROSS 

MERRYDAY ROSSER 



JULIA ROSSER 



MURIEL ROWLEY 

MARY SUSAN ROWLEY 



page ninety-three 



ESTHER SCHOWE 

MURRELL SCHUESSLER 

ELEANOR SCOTT 



MIRIAM SELLERS 

RUTH SHEPARD 

VIRGINIA SIGMAN 




JANICE SIMMONS 

FRANCES SLADE 

MARY NELL SMITH 



CAMILLE SOWELL 

GRACE SPARKMAN 

JEAN SPARKMAN 



DOROTHY STEELE 

EVELYN STEELE 

GLADYS STIVENDER 




CLRSS OF 1940 



■page ninety- four 



CLRSS OF 134-0 




VALERA STORTER 

BELVA SUTTON 

MARY SWEARINGEN 



MARTHA TATOM 

LILLIAN L. TAYLOR 

MARY TAYLOR 



RUTH TERRELL 



LOUISE THOMAS 

LYNETTE THOMPSON 



LOUISE THRASHER 

HARRIETTE TOBIN 



ANN TOWSON 



DOROTHY TOWNSEND 

BUNNY TURNBULL 

EDITH UNDERHILL 



pag? . ninety-five 



MARION VALZ 

CLIFTON VAN BRUNT 

MARTHA VAN BRUNT 



MARY VERGOWE 

MARGARET VOGT 

KATHERINE VON DOHLEN 



LAV1NE VOSS 



EDNA WARREN 

LOLL1E WATROUS 



ELIZABETH ANN WEBB 

RUTH WEBER 

JEANNE WEBSTER 



SHANNON WEST 

JANICE WHEATLEY 



SUE WICKER 




CLASS DF 194-0 



page ninety-six 



CLASS DF 194-0 




MARILYN WILLIAMS 

RUTH WILLIAMS 
FLORENCE ELIZABETH WILLIS 



DAPHNE WILSON 

EDNA WILSON 

GRACE WIMBERLY 



JULIA WINN 



LOIS C. WOODWARD 

MARJORIE YONGE 



BETTIE YOUNG 



page ninety-seven 




pa oe ninety-eight- 




Sophomore Class Officers 

President Martha Anderson 

Vice President Mary Margaret Clann 

Secretary Virginia Balkcom 

Treasurer Ruth Harris 

Parliamentarian Ann Lane 

Athletic Manager Maribel Savage 

Representatives to Senate Dorothy Mitchell, Delores Fleischer 



page one hundred 



CLASS OF 1941 




JUNE ACKER 

VIVIAN ADAMS 

GRACE AHERN 

VIVIAN AHLSWEH 



EMILY AKERMAN 



HILDA ALAGOOD 



MARY M. ALFORD 



MARY ALLRED 



CARMEN ALVAREZ 

BARBARA ANDERSON 

DOTTIE M. ANDERSON 

HELEN ANDERSON 



MARTHA ANDERSON 

MARTHA R. ANDERSON 

MARY L. ANDERSON 

HELEN ARMISTEAD 



SAIDEE M. ARNOLD 

MARY ASHMORE 

GEORGIA ASKEW 

IMOGENE H. AYALA 



MARY BABERS 

CATHERINE BAKER 

MARY E. BAKER 

MARY BAKER 



page one hundred one 



IRENE BANNERMAN 

INEZ BAREFOOT 

ROSEMARY BASH 

FRANCES BATTEY 



FRANCES BATTLE 

ELOISE BAUGHM 

HARRIET BEAVER 

ELEANOR BECKSTROM 



AMELIA LEE BLACK 

FERN MAE BLACK 

ELIZABETH BLAIR 

JEWELL BLANTON 



BERTHA ERNESTINE BLOODWORTH 
MARJORIE BOLAND 

LILLIAN JEAN BOWNESS 
MARGARET ELIZABETH BRADLEY 



PAT BRANDT 

ESTELLE BREWER 

CAROLYN BRINSON 

MILDRED BRINSON 



CARESE BROWN 

CATHERINE BROWN 

FLOREAD BROWN 

MENTON BROWN 




CLRSS OF 194-1 



page one hundred two 



CLRSS QF 134-1 




GENE BRYAN 



MARGARET-MARIE BRYANT 

ALINE BURNETT 

MARY LOUISE BURNS 



MARION BUSH 

MIRIAM BUSHELL 

CORINE BUTLER 

MARGARET CAMERON 



KATHRYN CAMP 

MYRTLE CAMPBELL 

BETTY CARNES 
MARY HANLEY CARTER 



MARY ELIZABETH CASE 

MARY HESTER CHAZAL 

MABRY CHRISTIAN 

MARGARET CHRISTIE 



WELDA CHRISTIE 



MARY MARGARET CLANN 

MARGARET CLEMENTS 

SARAH CODY 



FRANCES COFER 

LOUESS1E COGHLAN 

BETTY COLE 

ANNETTE CONE 



page one hundred three 



EMILY CONE 

BARBARA CONINE 

MARY CONNELL 

MERCEDES CONNOLLY 



JENNIE LAURA COX 

ESSIE MARGUERITE CREWS 
JEANNE CREWS 

MARIE CROUCH 



CONSTANCE MARIE CURETON 
MADELAINE CURRAN 

FRANCES CUSHING 

HELEN DABNEY 



LENORA B. DALE 

DOROTHY DANIEL 

MARY E. DANIELS 

EUNICE DAVIS 



ISABEL DAY 

MARY VIRGINIA DAY 

ELIZABETH DEMILLY 

META LOIS DIFFENDERFER 



BARBARA DOMAN 

DOROTHY DONNELLY 

DORIS DORNER 
MARQUERITE DRESSLER 




CLHSS QF 194-1 



page one hundred four 



CLR55 OF 194-1 




RUTH DUNSFORD 

IRENE EDWARDS 

CAROLINE ERVIN 

MARY KATE ERWIN 



RACHEL ERWIN 

BETTY EVANS 

ALLEFAIR EVERETT 

JEANNE FELKEL 



VIRGINIA FENDER 

BETTY FERRAN 

DOLORES FLEISCHER 

MARTHA FOLSOM 



EULALIE FUGATE 

ROZELLA FUGUITT 

SARAH FULLER 

SARA GALLEMORE 



BETTY GAMBLE 

FLORENCE GASK1N 

ELISE GASTON 

LINNIE LOU GAUTIER 



JENN GILBERT 

VIRGINIA GNANN 

LOUISE GOLD 

EVELYN GORDON 



page one hundred five 



MARY LOUISE GORDON 

JOVEL GRANTHAM 

MARY ELIZABETH GRAY 

NELDA GRAY 



MARY GREENLEAF 
JANE GUY 



ELODIE HALE 

VIRGINIA HAMILTON 



MAE HAMPTON 

CHRISTINE HARBIN 

OUIDA HARDY 

CATHERINE HARKINS 



GEORGIA HARMAN 

RUBY NELL HARRIS 

RUTH HARRIS 

ALLISON HARRISON 



MARY ELIZABETH HARRISON 
DORIS HATCH 

DORIS HAWKINS 
DAISY WALL HENDERSON 



JOAN HENDRIX 

SUE HENDRY 



MADGE HENRY 

DOROTHY HETSCH 




CLRSS OF 194-1 



page one hundred ni.r 



CLASS OF 134-1 




MARTHA HICKS 

ALICE HOBSON 

HELEN RUTH HOFFMAN 

MYRTLE MAE HOFFMAN 



LUCY BETH HOLDING 

ELIZABETH HOLLEY 

JEAN HOLLOWAY 

BETTY LOU HORTON 



MARY SUE HORTON 

IMOGENE HOWARD 

MARY HUBER 

MARGARET HUDSON 



SELMA HYMAN 

JUNE INMAN 



MONA IRWIN 

SYLVIA R. JACOBY 



ANNE JEWETT 

WILMA JOHNS 

HELEN CLARE JOHNSON 

ANNE JONES 



MILDRED JONES 

EILEEN JOYCE 

CATHERINE KALBACH 

JOAN KENNEDY 



page one hundred .seven 



LUCILE KETTERER 

ELIZABETH KIMBALL 

ELEANOR KING 

LEOTA KIRKPATRICK 



BETTY KISSINGER 

FRANCES KNIGHT 

NANCY G. KNOTTS 

AURELIA KREHER 



NANNA KURTZ 

MINNIE LAMBERT 

MARJORIE LANCASTER 

BETTY LANGSTON 



ANNE LANE 

TOMMY LYNN LANEY 

MARJORIE LANIER 

VIVIAN LANIER 



LUCY LESTER 

RUDINE LIGHT 

ELIZABETH LINN 

MARTHA LIPSHITZ 



MARY ELLEN LONG 

RESA NELL LOPER 

VIRGINIA LOUGNT 

NELLE LOYLESS 




CLRSS OF 194-1 



page one hundred eight 



CLRSS QF 194-1 




FRANCES LYTLE 

HOPE MCCAIN 

MARY ANN McCALLA 

JANE MCCARLEY 



KATHLEEN MCCARTHY 

EDNA EARLE McDILDA 

JEANNE McDOWALL 

MARGARET ANN McGARRY 



AGNES McKENDREE 

MATTIE LOU McKINNON 

PAULINE MCLAIN 

ANNE MCMORRIS 



LOIS EILEEN MCNALLY 

MARY ALICE MCNEILL 

EVELYN MARSH 

ELIZABETH MAYER 



LOUISE MAYS 

SYLVIA MEARES 
ELIZABETH MCDOWELL MILLER 

LOIS MILLER 



CAROLYN MIMS 

BERYL MITCHELL 

DOROTHY MITCHELL 

SONIA MITCHELL 



page one hundred nine 



BRENELLE MOBLEY 

DELIA MONTERO 

ELIZABETH MOORE 

RUTH LOVE MORROW 



FRANCES MOSLEY 

MARTHA MURPHY 



DEA NEAL 

CORA NEWBOLD 



JEAN NICHOLSON 

BETTY N1CKINSON 

SARA NOONEY 

NELLE NORFLEET 



MARGARET POLK OLDHAM 
RUTH ORWIG 

MARY BETH OSTEEN 

JEWELL OVERBY 



ALICE OWEN 

IRENE PACETTI 

ROBERTA PADGETT 

MARGARET PAINTER 



VELMA PATE 

LOUISE PATTERSON 

LUC1LE PEACOCK 

BETTY PEARLMAN 




CLRSS OF 194-1 



page one hundred, ten 



CLRSS QF134I 




MARTHA DENT PERRY 

JULIA PETERS 

SUE PETERSON 

EMILY S. PHILLIPS 



JEAN PHILLIPS 



LOUISE PHILLIPS 



BEVERLY PHINNEY 



ANNE PIERCE 



FRANCES PINCKARD 

EDNA PITTMAN 



EDNA POLHILL 

LILLA POST 



JANE PRICE 



MINNIE RATLIFF 



ROBERTA RHYNE 

BETH RICKARDS 



MARY ELIZABETH RINEHART 
VIRGINIA ROBERTS 

VERA A. ROBINSON 

PATTY ROSS 



ESTELLE RUBIN 

CHRISTINE RUSS 

DAISY RYAN 

SIBYLE SANDERS 



page one hundred eleven 



BETTY SAVAGE 

MAR1BEL SAVAGE 

PEGGY SCHALLER 
IDA MARY SCHARFSCHWERDT 



PAULINE SCHULTE 

MARGARET SCOTT 

ALVAH SHAW 
JOCELYN SHEAROUSE 



SARA SHELDON 

GERALDINE SHIVE 

ELEANOR SHUMAN 

E. ROSALIND SIEGEL 



VIRGINIA LEE SILVER 

JUNE SIMMONS 

MARGARET L. SIMMONS 

PAULINE SIMONS 



ESTHER IDA SMITH 

MABEL SMITH 

MARJORIE SMITH 

HELEN SPRINGER 



ELOISE STEELE 

ADDIE LOUISE STEPHENS 

ALMA STEPHENS 

GRACE STEPHENSON 




CLASS OF 194-1 



page one hundred twelve 



CLR55 QF 194-1 




RUTH STOKES 

AMELIA STONE 

1RMA STRENG 



MIRIAM STUCKEY 



kathryn summers 

helen sutton 

helen terry 
mary Lavis Thames 



KATHRYN THIGPEN 

BARBARA THOMAS 



CAROLINE THOMAS 



JOAN THOMAS 



BETTE THOMPSON 

MARIANNA THOMPSON 

NELL THOMPSON 

OLA BELLE TILLMAN 



ESTHER TORRES 

THELMA TOWNSEND 

FRANCES TRANTHAM 

RUTH VAN ZYLE 



ESTHER E. VEAL 

JANE VEAL 



INEZ VRIEZE 

MAGDA WARING 



page one hundred thirteen 



MARJORIE WALLING 

IRIS WALKER 

LUCILLE WALKER 

LOUISE WALKER 



EVELYN WALTON 

KATHRYN WARD 

DOROTHY WARE 
CORNELIA ANNE WATSON 



MARY WATTS 

JOAN WEAVER 

MARY NELL WEBSTER 

MAY WELTNER 



HELEN WESEMAN 

ROSE LEE WEXLER 

NANCY WHITE 

NANCY W. WHITE 



MARTHA WHITEHURST 

ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON 

SELMA WIGHT 

ANNE WILLIAMS 



RUTH ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 

SARA CLAIR WILLIAMS 

FLORENCE WILLIS 

ELIZABETH WING 




CLRSS DF 194-1 



page one hundred fourteen 



CLASS DF 194-1 




EMMA WIRT 



TYBELL WITTENSTEIN 

SARA WOODRUFF 

SARA WORTH 



HILDA WYRICK 

DOROTHY YOUNG 



page one hundred fifteen 




page one hundred sixteen 




VL£4> 






Freshmen Class Officers 

President Grace Bail 

Vice President Louise Crosby 

Secretary Helen Milam 

Treasurer Jean Kobey 

Parliamentarian Claude Ann Rhodes 

Athletic Manager Janet Wells 

Representatives to Senate Mary Lou Garrett, Jean Walker 



page one hundred eighteen 



CLASS DF 1342 




MARY FRANCES ADAMO 

VIVIAN ADAMO 
HARRIETT ROBERTA ADAMS 

KITTY ADAMS 



LILLIAN E. ADAMS 

BARBARA ALBRIGHT 

ANNE ALFRIEND 
MARY KATHERINE ALISSAN DR ATOS 



ANNA MARIE ALLEN 

GENEVIEVE ALLEN 

VIRGINIA ALLEY 

BETTY ALLRED 



edith aly 

alma Louise Anderson 
carrie louise anderson 

gale angas 



ANN ANGEL 

MAXINE ARMISTEAD 

ALICE LUCILE ARNOLD 

MARTHA ARNOW 



RUTH ASBURY 

EVELYN ASH 
AUDREY LORRAINE ATHERTON 

MARY LOU ATKINSON 



HELEN AUSLEY 

JULIET BABBIT 

DOROTHY BACON 

GRACE BAIL 



page one hundred nineteen 



MARGARET BAKER 

ELLEN BALDWIN 
HELEN CHARLOTTE BALLOU 

VIRGINIA BARFIELD 



MARY SUE BARNES 

MARY AGNES BARRETT 

EMILY BARROW 

CLARA BASSETT 



CAROL CHRISTINE BATES 
FAIRFAX BATES 

ILETA BEALL 

ELIZABETH BECK 



BARBARA BECKSTROM 

MARGARET BENNETT 

HARRIET BENSON 

HELEN BENTON 



MARGARET BERGER 

JEANNETTE WELCH BERRY 
CAROL FRANCES BETTES 

MARY LILA BIBB 



BETTY ANN BIGGS 

RUTH BINNICKER 

CAROLINE BIRD 

MELANIE BITZ 



THEO BLALOCK 

SUSETTA BLANDING 

ADRIENNE BLUME 
MARY CATHERINE BOGART 




CLASS DF 1942 



page one hundred twenty 



CLASS DF 1342 




AUDREY BOLTON 

BERTHA HEETH BOND 
MARY LOUISE BONNIWELL 

CONNIE BOOTH 



EUNICE BOOTH 

MARGARET BOOTH 

YOLANDA BOROMEI 

EUNICE C. BOWMAN 



SARA LEE BOYNTON 

ELIZABETH ELLEN BRAGG 

MARTHA BRANDON 

NAOMI BRAUER 



VIRGINIA BROOKS 

ETHEL ELIZABETH BROWN 
IVY EILEEN BROWN 

MARY DANA BROWN 



MARIE BROWNSTEIN 

BLANCHE BRYAN 

GENEVIEVE BRYAN 

MARY PINCKARD BRYAN 



NELL BRYAN 

SARAH DUKE BRYANT 

LOUISE BUCKLEY 
ELIZABETH JANE BUCKNER 



EVELYN BUETTNER 

LOUISE BURGER 

BETTY BURNETT 

NINA PEARL BUSH 



page one hundred twenty-one 



MARY CALDWELL 

JUDY CAMPBELL 

BETTY CAPPLEMAN 

MARY CARLTON 



JANICE LOUISE CARRIE 

DORIS MAE CARTER 

CAROLINE CHOATE 

BLANCHE CLARK 



MRS. BLANCHE CLARK 

VIRGINIA CLARK 

LOUISE CLEMENTS 

BEULAH M. CLINE 



VIRGINIA CLOWER 

BEULAH COBB 

LUCILLE COKER 

EVELYN COLE 



LAURETTE COLLEY 

EILEEN COLLINS 

EVELYN COMBEE 

CARMEN CONSTANTINE 



BERNICE JEAN COOK 
PEGGY COOK 

EILEEN COOPER 

LOIS MARY COOPER 



LULU COOPER 

JEAN COPELAND 

LUCILE COURTNEY 

EMMA CAROLYN COX 




CLASS OF 1942 



page one hundred twenty-two 



CLRSS DF 1942 




MARY RUTH COX 

ANN CRAGO 

GRACYE CRALLE 
HELEN PAULINE CRAWFORD 



LOUISE CROSBY 

CATHERINE CROSS 

ETHEL CROWN 

GENEVIEVE CRUGER 



KATHERINE CULBREATH 
JANE CURD 

MARGARET CURRY 

EMMETT CURTIS 



MARLINE DALE 

FRANCES NELL DANIEL 

MARY SUE DANIEL 

JEAN DANIELLS 



ANNA CLAIRE DARRACOTT 

FRANCES CATHERINE DAUGHTREY 
MARGARET DAVIDSON 

BROWNIE DAVIS 



MARTHA DAVIS 

MARY ELLEN DEAN 

MARY BRICE DEAVER 

GRAY DECKER 



ANNA LAURA DEHAVEN 

LENOIR ELIZABETH DEKLE 
OLIVE DELL 

MILDRED DELONG 



page one hundred twenty-three 



MARGARET DEXTER 

MARGUERITE DIAZ 

ADELAIDE DICKSON 

JUANITA DICKERSON 



KATHLEEN DISMUKES 

JEANETTE DISSELKOEN 

MADELYN DOWNS 

FREDA DULL 



MARY BOLLING DUNCAN 
SARA DUNCAN 

VIRGINIA DUNN 

ELIZABETH DYE 



NYNA VIRGINIA DYE 

ANN LOUISE EBERHARDT 

MILDRED ELLIS 

HELEN EMMANUEL 



BETTY ESSLINGER 

BETTIE MAE EVANS 

CYNTHIA EVANS 

ELIZABETH EZZARD 



MARGARET E. FAIRCLOTH 
EVELYN FARRIS 

JEANETTE FAULDS 

RUTH FERGESON 



RUTH FERRELL 

MARY FRANCES FETNER 

RAELA FINK 
NOLIA ANN FLETCHER 




CLASS DF 1942 



page one hundred twenty-Jour 



CLASS DF 1942 




ELEANOR FLOYD 

LOUISE FLOYD 

MAURINE FLOYD 

HARRIET FOSTER 



MARY CLAIRE FOSTER 

HAZEL FOWLER 

GERALDINE FRANCIS 

MARION FREELING 



MARGERY FRYE 

PATTY ANN GALLESPIE 

OLIVE GALLOWAY 

MALINDA KATHRYN GALT 



HILDA GARCIA 

IRENE GARRETT 

MARY LOUISE GARRETT 

SARA MARGARET GEIGER 



EVELYN GERRISH 

ELIZABETH GIERSCH 

INEZ GILBERT 
OSSIE PEARL GINTHER 



ADELE GLEASON 

ROSALIE GLICKMAN 

JANE GODBEY 

SARAH E. GODDARD 



MAXINE GOYKE 

BLANCHE GRANTHAM 

MIRIAM GRANTHAM 

VIRGINIA GREENE 



page one hundred, twenty-five 



MARGARET C. GRIER 

COLETA GRIFFIN 

BETTY GRIGGS 

HELEN GRIMES 



VIRGINIA GRIMES 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH GR1NER 
KATHLEE GUEST 

LOIS GUNN 



DOROTHY GUTHRIE 

MIRIAM GUY 



ESTHER HACK 

RITA HADESMAN 



JOAN HADY 

SYDNEY ANN HALEY 

CAROLYN HALL 

HARRIET HALLOWES 



AUDRY HARDEE 

MARY CELESTE HARDEE 

ISABEL HARLEE 

MARGARET HARMONY 



CECELIA V. HARPER 

BARBARA HART 

ENID HARTSHORNE 

BARBARA HASELTON 



ELEANOR HASKINS 

IRMA HAWKINS 

JANE HEARD 

MARGARET HEARIN 




CLRSS DF 1942 



page one hundred, twenty-nix 



CLRSS DF 1942 




JENNIE E. HEIDT 

CORDELIA HELVENSTON 

BOBBY JO HENDERSON 

HELEN HENLEY 



MARGARET VIRGINIA HICKLIN 

DOROTHY MARYLYN HICKMAN 
EMMA JEAN HIGLEY 

EDDIE HILL 



TINY HOPE HINES 

HELEN HOBBS 

KATHLEEN HOGAN 

MAMIE HOGAN 



JEANETTE HOLLIDAY 

DOROTHY HOLLOWELL 

LUCILLE HOOD 

DOROTHY HOUSE 



JEAN HOWARD 

FRANCES HOWZE 

PEGGY HUDGINGS 

ANNA HUGHES 



DOROTHY P. HUGHES 

MABLE HUGHES 

BETH HUNTER 

DAVENE HUNTER 



MARY KNIGHT HUNTER 

FLORIS ELEANOR HURSTON 
BETTYE HYATT 

MARY INFINGER 



page one hundred twenty-seven 



ETHEL IVES 

GWENDOLYN ADRIENNE JAMES 
SELMA JENKINS 

JEAN JENSON 



ZOE JOHNS 

CAROLYN S. JOHNSON 

JANIE RUTH JOHNSON 

ANNA LEE JOHNSTON 



DORIS JOHNSTON 

ELLA MAUDE JONES 

OU1DA JONES 

MARY KASTANAKIS 



JACQUELINE KEMP 

BETTE KENNEDY 

SARAH MARGARET KING 

MARY FRANCES KLINGENSMITH 



MARGARET LACELLE 

MARY LOUISE LANGSTON 

SARA LAYTON 

CARRIE LOUISE LEE 



MARTHA JAY LEE 

VIRGINIA LEE 

ELIZABETH LEFFLER 

SADIE LEE LENTZ 



ANN LEWIS 

FRANCES MOYDE LEWIS 

OLEDIETH LEWIS 

SARA ELIZABETH LEWIS 



(CI V* V'l 





CLHSS OF 194-2 



page one hundred twenty-eight 



CLRSS DF 1942 




JEAN LORIMER 

RUTH ANN LOTT 



SUE LOVE 

ALBERTA LYLES 



MAURTICE LUKE 

MATTIE McCAHILL 

LAVELLE MeCALL 

JANE ANNETTE McCAY 



RUTH MCCAIN 

DOT MCCOWN 

NORMA LEE McCREA 

MARJOR1E McGILL 



REBECCA ANN McGLAUN 

SARA CATHERINE MCINTOSH 
ANNA FRANCES McKAY 

EDITH NOREEN McKEE 



ANNIE LAURIE McNAB 

LOTTIE McQUAGGE 

MARY LOU MACGOWAN 

BETTY MACPHERSON 



BARBARA MABRY 

JANE I. MAGUIRE 
JEANETTE ELL MARIE MANLEY 

BELLE MARKOVITZ 



KATHRYN MARSHALL 

FRANCES H. MAURA 

AUDREY MEANS 

CLAIRE MEANS 



page one hundred twenty-nine 



MARY JANE MEDLIN 

NELLE MELAHN 

ROSALIND MENDELSON 

JAYNE MENDENHALL 



ANN BEGGS MERRYDAY 
HELEN MILAM 

ELIZABETH M. MILLER 

MARGARET MILLER 



RUTH MILLER 

SUSAN MITCHELL 

MARJORIE J. MIXSON 

JUDY MOHR 



EMILY MORGAN 

JEAN ELOISE MORRIS 

ELIZABETH MOUNTAIN 

GERTRUDE MOZLEY 



MARY FAITH MYHLERTZ 
HELEN MYRICK 
CHRISTINE MCCORMACK NEEDHAM 

MILDRED ELIZABETH NELLES 



JUANITA NESSMITH 

MARGUERITE NEWTON 
HELEN ELIZABETH NOGGLE 

PAULETTE NOLAN 



CATHERINE ORTMEYER 

MARY FRANCES OVEN 

BETTY JANE OXER 

NORMA OXLEY 




CLRSS OF 1942 



page one hundred thirty 



CLflSS DF 1942 




MARGUERITE M. PAGE 

CAROLINE PAINTER 

CAROLINE PARK 

VIRGINIA PARKER 



GENE PARKHILL 

AGNES PARRAMORE 

GRACE PARRISH 

MARTHA PATTISHALL 



ANNE PEACOCK 

RUTH PEARCE 

DOT ANNE PEPIOT 

MAGDALENA PEREZ 



ROSALEE PERRY 

VIRGINIA PERRY 

EDITH PFARR 

WILLIE MAE PHELPS 



ELIZABETH PHILLIPS 

JEANETTE PHILIPS 

MART PIERSON 

FRANCES PINDER 



JANE LUCILLE PIPER 

CELIA ZOE PIPKIN 

BETTY ANN PLACIE 

MURIEL POOLE 



ANN POST 

JEAN MEANE POVEY 

MARY CAROLYN PRIEST 

LEORA PRUITT 



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DlER PUCKETT 

DOROTHY PYLE 

VIRGINIA RAFTERY 

REBA RAGSDALE 



VIVIAN RAINEY 

E. EARL1NE RAKER 

MARY REED 

JUANITA REGISTER 



MARGARET REGISTER 

NELL REGISTER 

MARY LOUISE REHBAUM 

JEAN REYNOLDS 



BETTY JEAN RHODES 

CLAUD ANNE RHODES 

LUCILE RIHERD 

EVELYN PAGE RILEY 



CHARLOTTE RIVERS 

MARTHA MAE ROACH 

ETHEL RUTH ROBBINS 

ALICE ROBINSON 



VIRGINIA ROBINSON 

MARJORIE L. RODES 

FRANCES ROGERS 

ROSALIE ROSNER 



JANET RUBY 

DOROTHY RUDASILL 

BETTY RAE RUSSELL 

MARGARET RUSSELL 




CLASS DF 1942 



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CLASS OF 1942 




ROSANNE RYAN 

ANNE SAFAY 

JUNE SAPP 
MARY LOU SAPPINGTON 



BLANCHE SAUL 

PEGGY SCHEMER 

DOROTHY SCHEPPE 

AMELIA SCHNEIDER 



MARY RUTH SCORGIE 

BETTY ROSE SCOTT 

CAROLINE SCOTT 

DORIS SEARCY 



EDITH SEIVER 

ELIZABETH SELIG 

BETTY SETZER 

LOUISE SHAHAN 



SADIE SHAW 

BEVERLY SHERARD 

MARY SHUMAN 

ANN SIMPSON 



ANNA MARIE SIMPSON 
DOROTHY SIMS 

BETTY SLEMONS 

RUTH SLOAN 



MARY SMALL 

FRANCES SMART 

ANNA BESS SMITH 

BILLY SMITH 



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CORNELIA SMITH 

HELEN SMITH 

NELL FOSTER SMITH 

ELIZABETH SNIDER 



ANN PERRY SOLLAR 

MERELYN SOLOMONS 

GERTRUDE SPETTEL 
MARY ELIZABETH STAPLETON 



RACHEL STEIN 

JEWEL STELTS 

AUBREY JEAN STEPHENS 

GWENDOLYN STEPHENSON 



MARTHA STROBERG 

ANNE SUTHERLAND 

DOROTHY SWANSON 

SARA ISABELLE SWANSON 



MARGARET SWEAT 

MYRA SWINDELL 

VIRGINIA TACKER 

JANE TARR 



ROSE TATE 

BETTY ANN TAYLOR 

JANE TELFORD 

SARA TEPPER 



KARLENE THAMES 

JEANNETTE THARPE 

MARY LOIS THOMAS 

JONNIE N. THOMASSON 





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CLASS OF 1942 




KATHERINE THOMPSON 

MARGARET THORNTON 

MARGARET TILGHMAN 

DORIS TISON 



JOYCE TOMASELLO 

JEAN TOTTEN 

MARY TOWNSEND 

MARTHA NELL TRICE 



GRACE WILBUR TROUT 

MILDRED E. TRUE 

FLO TRULOVE 

MARTELLE TURNER 



PEARLE TYLER 

ROSE MARIE UDELL 

JANE UNKRICH 

ALICE VALENTINE 



MARGARET VAN NESS 

BOBBIE VAN OSTEN 

CAROLINE VARN 

CORISE VARN 



MARY VAUGHAN 

SUE VENNING 



HELEN VOGT 

JEANNE WALKER 



ANN WALTON 

DOROTHY WALTON 

ELIZABETH WATERMAN 

JULIET WATKINS 



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KATHRYN WATKINS 

ELIZABETH WEATHERS 

ELIZABETH WEAVER 

MARION WEBSTER 



MARGARET WEIBERG 

JANET WELLS 

BEULAH WHITE 
MONTEREY WHITTLESEY 



ANNIE BENN WILDER 

MARY MARGARET WILDER 

ANNE WILKINSON 

JEAN WILLIAMS 



ROSE WILLIAMSON 

SARA WILLIAMSON 

NANCY WILLIFORD 

ELSIE MAE WILLITS 



JOHNNYMAE WRIGHT 
JEAN WOOD 

MOZELLE WOOD 

MARGARET WOODWARD 



MARY EVELYN WOOTEN 

MARYBELLE WRIGHT 

LUCY ELIZABETH YANCY 

SARA YEARTY 



NELL YON 

BELLE YONGE 

DAPHINE YOUNG 

MARGUERITE YOUNG 




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CLASS DF 1942 



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MARY ELIZABETH YOUNG DONICE YOUNGBLOOD AMANDA ZEWADSKI 





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NAMES OF STUDENTS WITHOUT PICTURES 



FRESHMEN 

Ackerman, Esther 
Armistead, Helen 
Arnold, Leora 
Arnold, Marjorie 
Ashburn, Ethel 
Ashraore, Mary J. 
Ayala, Helen 
Baggs, Elizabeth Anne 
Barton, Louise 
Bauldree, Mrs. Inez 
Bedsole, Gladys 
Bedsole, Sarah 
Bell, Ruth 
Berger, Lillie 
Blaine, Margaret 
Boggs, Rosalind 
Booker, Eleanor 
Bowen, Florida L. 
Boyd, Gertrude O. 
Boyles, Muriel May 
Brantley, Edna Earle 
Brown, Betty O. 
Brumby, Agnes R. 
Brunei-, Margaret Ann 
Burt, Nellie 
Bush, Marion 
Cady, Beverly 
Calhoun, Genevieve 
Campbell, Myrtel 
Carroll, Elizabeth 
Carter, EuJa Maye 
Chamberlain, Anne 
Cheney, Naomi 
Childs. Barbara 
Clark, Elsie 
Clark, Virginia 
Clyatt. Montine 
Coe, Ruth 
Cohen, Lenore 
Counts, Margaret 
Cowart, Mary 
Cowen, Lizzie 
Craft, Carolyn 
Cyzycki, Jessie 
Dady, Rosa 
Daetwyler, Betty 
Daetwyler, Peggy 
Dale, Pauline 
Darsey, Roslyn 
Davenport, Pauline 
Davis, Mary 
Davis, Neva 
De Baun, Jean 
Dekle, Carolyn 
De Vaughn, Mrs. Viola 
Eckles, Edith 
Edwards, Mary 
Emerson, Rubelyn 
Endsley, Ala Dee 
Forehand, Carrie Lee 
Fuller, Sarah 
Garrett, Katie 
Gaskin, Florence 
Gaston, Elise 
Gaylord, Anne 
Geiger, Mary 
Ginorio, Provi 
Gluhr, Dorothea 
Gnann, Viginia 
Godwin, Rilla 
Gold, Louise 
Gregory, Virginia 
Hady, Joan 
Halle, Beverly 
Hallowes, Harriet 
Hampton, Ruth 
Harbeson, Gene 
Harbeson, Geraldine 
llarkis, Catherine 
Harris, Homer 
Harrison, Mary 
Haskins, Eleanor 
Hastings, Virginia 
Hawes, Ethel 
Hawkins, Doris 
Hazen, Gladys 
Hinote, Mrs. Pebble 
Holding, Luey 
Holland, Rebecca 
Holloway, Jean 
Holm, Bereth 
Hundertmark, Elaine 



Jacoby, Sylvia 
Johne, Lora 
Johns, Sarah Lea 
Johnson, Betty Lou 
Johnson, Gladys 
Johnson, Mary 
Kalbach, Catherine 
Ketterer, Lucille 
Kissinger, Betty 
Klarer, Carolyn 
Kobey, Marcia 
Kopf, Margaret 
Krentzmen, Carolyn 
Lamb, Kathryn 
Lamb, Vernell 
Lamb, Sallie 
Lancaster, Ilean 
Lancaster, Marjorie 
Langston, Betty 
Langston, Hazel 
Lee, Dorothy 
Lee, Minnie 
Leonard, Alice 
Lewis, Sara 
Linder, Peggy 
Lloyd, Betty 
Lorenz, Louise 
Louque, Myrtis 
Lowe, Marguerite 
Lytle, Frances 
McCown, Dorothy 
MeLain, Pauline 
Manning, Velora 
Marchant, Lois 
Mathers, Bettie 
Mead, Thelma 
Michaels, Ruth 
Miller, Dorothy 
Miller. Betty 
Mock, Agatha 
Morrow, Frances 
Mosley, Frances 
Murphy, Jane 
Neel, Josephine 
Nicholson, Mrs. James 
Nihoul, Mary 
Nowery, Nellie 
Pacetti, Macy Irene 
Parmer, Marjorie 
Peerman, Charlotte 
Perkins, Kathryn 
Perrin, Bessie Mae 
Perry, Ina Grace 
Phelps, Edna 
Phillips, Louise 
Phillips, Norma 
Phillips, Elizabeth 
Pittman, Edna 
Prange, Ruth 
Rainey, Mary 
Reed, Lois 
Rice, Maysel 
Ricks, Eloise 
Ringo, Bobbye 
Rivers, Charlotte 
Roberts, Byrnina 
Roberts, Virginia 
Robinson. Suzanne 
Robinson, Vera 
Rodnesky, Evelyn 
Rowad, Edwina 
Rudd, Carrie Lee 
Rushing, Sarah 
Ryan, Daisy 
Sagvold, Betty Sue 
Sanders, Ann Eloise 
Saunders, Dorothy 
Schenck, Mrs. Marie T. 
Seheppe, Dorothy 
Schoob, Mary 
Sharkey, Margaret 
Sinclair, Margaret 
Skinner, Rosemary 
Slagle, Wanda 
Starck, Betty 
Stone, Amelia 
Strickland, Toi Cumi 
Stringfield, Ruth 
Sullivan, Therese 
Taylor, Martha 
Thomas, Jewell 
Thomson, Ellen 
Tiedemann, Margery 



Till, Frances 
Tolson, Sara 
Townsend, Thelma 
Tucker, Avis 
Underwood, Clara 
Walker, Julia 
Walton, Bernice 
Watkins, Marjorie 
Webster, Mary 
Weeks, Evelyn 
Wells, Birdie Easter 
Wells, Mary 
West, Clara 
West, Dorothy 
Williams, Ann 
Williams, Eunice 
Williams, Virginia 
Withers. Rex 
Wood, Adeline 
Wood, Margaret 
Woodvery, Lillie 



SOPHOMORES 

Acker, Laura June 
Adams, Sarah Vivian 
Ahlsweh, Vivian Marie 
Alagood, Hilda Aletha 
Alford, Mary Myers 
Allred, Mary Jewel 
Alvarez, Carmen 
Anderson, Barbara Anne 
Anderson, Dorothy May 
Anderson, Helen Marr 
Anderson, Martha 
Anderson, Martha Rebecca 
Anderson, Mary Louise 
Arnold, Sadiee Mae 
Babers, Mary Gray 
Baker, Catherine Louise 
Baker, Mary Elizabeth 
Bannerman, Mabel Irene 
Barefoot, Fannie Inez 
Bash, Rosemary 
Battey, Frances Katherine 
Battle, Frances Eileen 
Baughn, Kathryn Eloise 
Beaver, Harriet Esther 
Beckstrom, Mildred Eleanor 
Black, Amelia Lee 
Blair, Elizabeth (Beth) 
Blanton, Edna Merle 
Bloodworth, Bertha Ernestine 
Boland, Marjorie Elizabeth 
Botts, Lora Aline 
Bowness, Lillian Jean 
Bradley, Margaret Elizabeth 
Brandt, Patricia Jean 
Brewer, Florrie Estelle 
Brinson, Carolyn Bailey 
Brinson, Mildred Smith 
Brown, A. Floread 
Brown, Catherine Grace 
Brown, Roberta L. 
Bryan, Elberta Eugenia (Gene) 
Bryant, Elizabeth Christina 
Bryant, Margaret Marie 
Burgess, Katherine Mitchell 
Burns, Mary Louise 
Bush, Doris 
Bushell, Miriam June 
Butler, Corine Morehead 
Cameron, Margaret Elizabeth 
Camp, Kathryn Nell 
Carnes, Elizabeth M. (Betty) 
Carter, Mary Hanley 
Case, Mary Elizabeth 
Chalker, Margaret Rose 
Chazal, Mary Hester 
Christie, Margaret Idelle 
Christie, Welda Frances 
Clann, Mary Margaret 
Clements, Margaret La Rue 
Cody, Sarali Isabelle 
Cofer, Frances Elizabeth 
Coghlan, Louessie 
Cone, Emily Ruth 
Council, Mary Helen 
Connolly, Mercedes Ann 
Cox, Jennie Laura 
Crouch, Lucille Marie 
Cureton, Constance Marie 
Currnn. Madtlaine Irraa 



Cushing, Frances Anne 

Dabney, Helen Knight 

Dale, Lenora Barbara 

Daniel, Dorothy 

Daniels, Mary Elizabeth 

Davis, Eunice 

Day, Atlant Alicia 

Day, Mary Virginia 

Deese, Margaret 

Doman, Barbara Agnes 

Donnelly, Dorothy Marv 

Dorner, Doris 

Dressier, Marguerite Ruth 

Ervin, Carolyn Grace 

Erwin, Mary Kate 

Erwin, Rachel Morrison 

Evans, Elizabeth Lee 

Everett, Allefair 

Ferran, Betty Ann 

Finney. Mary Sahoy 

Fleet, Lillian 

Fleischer, Dolores Emma 

Folsom, Martha Elizabeth 

Fugate, Eulalie 

Fuguitt, Rozella 

Gaines, Willyne Elizabeth 

Gallemore, Sara Emily 

Gamble, Elizabeth Jane (Betty) 

Gautier, Linnie Lou 

Gay, Pearl Elizabeth 

Gilbert, Jenn 

Gillette, Camilla 

Godwin, Alma Hollingsworth 

Gordon, Mary Evelyn 

Gordon. Mary Louise 

Greenleaf, Mary Josephine 

Guy, Jane 

Hamilton, Virginia 

Hampton, Mae 

Harbin, Margaret Christine 

Hardy, Ouida Roberta 

Harman. Georgia Yvonne 

Harris, Carolyn Ruth 

Harris, Julia Elizabeth 

Harris, Marjorie Helen 

Harris, Ruby Nell 

Harrison, Allison Elizabeth 

Hatch, Doris Mamie 

Henderson, Daisy Wall 

Hendrix, Joan 

Hetsch, Dorothy Hall 

Hicks, Martha 

Hobson, Alice Loretta 

Hoffman, Helen Ruth 

Hoffman, Myrtla Mae 

Holbert, Patricia Katherine 

Holley, Alice Elizabeth 

Home, Sally Louise 

Horton, Betty Lou 

Horton, Mary Sue 

Howard, Imogene Louise 

Huber, Mary Elizabeth 

Hudson, Margaret Vallea 

Hunter, Margaret Louise 

Huntley. Edith Lillian 

Hyman, Selrna 

Inman, June Francis 

Irwin.. Nona Lee 

Jaco, Betty Jane 

James, Phoebe Mcllvaine 

James, Virginia Bonita 

Jett, Ena Faye 

Joerg, Mary 

Johns, Wilma Roberta 

Johnson. Helen Clare 

Jones, Anne Harrison 

Joyce, Eileen Margaret 

Kelton, Roxilu 

Kennedy, Joan Baldwin 

Kimbell. Edna Elizabeth 

King, Elizabeth Eleanor 

Kinney, Jess Holloway 

Kirby-Smith, CatherineBethune 

Kirkpatrick, Mary Leota 

Knight, Frances Parker 

Knowles. Elinor Edgin 

Kreher, Aurelia Hildegrade 

Kurtz, Anna Warren 

Lacey, Hazel Marjorie 

Lambert, Minnie 

Lambeth, Mary Jane 

Lane, Ann Rylander 

Laney, Tommy Lynn 

Lanier, Rose Vivian 



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NAMES OF STUDENTS WITHOUT PICTURES, Continued 



Lester, Lucy Lillian 
Light, Rudine Mary 
Linn, Elizabeth 
Lipsliitz, Martha Marcia 
Long. Mary Ellen 
Loper, Theresa Nell 
Loyless, Nellie 
McCain. Martha Hope 
McCalla, Mary Ann 
McCarley, Agnes Jane 
McCarthy, Mary Kathleen 
McClain, Ida May 
McDilda, Edna Earle 
McDowall, Jeanne 
McGarry, Margaret Ann 
McKinnon, Mattie Lou 
McMorris, Anne Virginia 
McNeill, Mary Alice 
Mack. Patricia Jo Anne 
Marchesseau, Inez Yvonne 
Marsh. Evelyn V. 
Mayer, Elizabeth Page 
Mayland, Mrs. Isabelle Dorland 
Mays. Louise Glover 
Miller, Elizabeth McDowell 
Miller, Lavinnia Lois 
Minis, Carolyn 
Mitchell. Beryl Bernadette 
Mitchell, Dorothy Stewart 
Mitchell, Sonia 
Montero, Delia 
Moore, Elizabeth Bennett 
Morgan, Kathleen 
Morrow, Ruth Love 
Murphy, Martha Jenkins 
Newbold, Cora Mitchell 
Nickolson, Jean D. 
Nickinson, Mary Elizabeth 
Nooney, Sara 
Norfleet, Nelle Gertrude 
Oldham, Margaret Polk 
Orwig, Ruth Ellen 
O'Steen, Mary Beth 
Overby, Jewell 
Owen, Alice 
Pate, Velma 
Patterson, Karolyn 
Patterson, Louise Lytle 
Peacock, Gladys Geraldine 
Pearlman, Betty 
Perry, Martha Dent 
Phillips, Emily Susan 
Phillips, Margaret Eugenia 
Pierce, Anne Hooper 
Pinckard. Frances Elaine 
Polhill, Edna Lee 
Proctor, Alice Apthorpe 
Rader, Evalena Louise 
Randazzo, Carmela Millie 
Ratliff, Minnie Elizabeth 
Raymond, Rhoda Louise 
Reagin, Jane Mae 
Rhyne, Roberta Clarkson 
Rice, Helen Marie 
Rickards, Florence Elizabeth 
Rinehart, Mary Elizabeth 
Rivero, Mary Elizabeth 
Roberts, Margaret Elizabeth 
Robinson, Priscilla (Sue) 
Ross, Dorothy Pearl 
Ross, Patricia A. (Patty) 
Rowley, Mary Susan 
Rowley. Muriel Alice 
Russ, Carole Christine 
Savage, Maribel 
Schaller, Marguerite (Peggy) 
Scharfschwerdt, Ida Mary 
Schulte, Pauline Elizabeth 
Scott, Margaret Mary 
Sellers, Myriam Davison 
Shaw, Alvah Ethel 
Sheldon, Sarah Marguerite 
Shive, Geraldine 
Shuman, Eleanor Clare 
Simmons, Mararet Louise 
Simmons, Marjorie June 
Simon, Alberta Pauline 
Smith, Esther Ida 
Smith, Mary Catherine 
Steele, Eloise Mary 
Steele, Evelyn P. 
Stephens, Addie Louise 
Stokes, Margaret Ruth 
Storter. Valera 
Stoy, Jean Vivian 



Streng, Irma Jane 

Stuckey, Miriam 

Summers, Kathryn Avine 

Taylor, Edythe Carolyn 

Terrell. Mary Ruth 

Terry, Helen 

Thames, Mary Lauis 

Thomas. Barbara Mae 

Thomas, Caroline Portis 

Thompson, Marianna Lucy 

Thompson, Nell 

Tillman, Ola Belle 

Torres, Ruth 

Trantham, Frances Elizabeth 

Turck, Elma Jane 

Van Zyle. Ruth Janette 

Veal, Esther 

Veal, Nancy Jane 

Waering, Magda Kjellesvig 

Walker, Lucille 

Walker, Marion Louise 

Walling, Marjorie Lytle 

Ware, Dorothy 

Weaver, Joan Bryan 

Weimer, Elizabeth Louise 

Weseman, Helen Louise 

Wheatley, Janice Marian 

Whiddon, Mary Grace 

White, Nancy 

Whitehurst, Martha Louise 

Whittington, Carolyn Elizabeth 

Williams, Edith Mayo 

Wilson, Suzanne Theresa 

Wing, Elizabeth 

Wirt, Emma Frances 

Wittenstein, Tybell 

Woodruff, Sara Carolyn 

Woodward, Lois Charlotte 

Wooten, Mary Evelyn 

Wynn, Florence Gertrude 

Yonge, Marjorie 

Young, Dorothy McDonald 

JUNIORS 

Allderdice, Lillian Adelaide 
Allen, Mary Elizabeth 
Anderson, Doris lone 
Archer, Ruth 
Avant, Gertrude Amelia 
Baggott, Mamie Ruth 
Baker, Susy Edna 
Ballenger, Martha Palmer 
Barnard, Ethel Marian (Dayde) 
Barone, Josephine 
Bartless, Charlotte Turner 
Bell, Iris Yvonne 
Bennett, Mabel Sieber 
Bischoff, Lena Margaret 
Boozer, Betty Ollever 
Brewer, Grace Dorothy 
Britton, Margaret Jean 
Brook, Alma Juanita 
Brown, Jamie Cochran 
Broyles, Martha Florence 

Campbell, Doris S. 
Campbell, Hope Celeste 
Carlton, Rose Mary 
Chalker, Mary Phillips 
Cochran, Mary Martha 
Colburn, Dorothy Rose 

Coleman, Mary Honor 

Collins, Carolyn Bena 

Collins, Mary Megargee 

Curran, Dailia 

Davis, Shirley Weston 

Dennis, Minna Sherwood 

Dickerson, Juanita 

Douglas, Pauline (Tolly) 

Dowling, Virginia 

Dunstan, Ruby 

Eckles, Kathryn Amelia 

Edwards, Caroline Williams 

Ellis, Sarah Viola 

Evans, Junne Louise 

Farmer, Martha Frances 

Feinberg, Rosalie 

Finlayson, Wilda Marshburn 

Flow, Alice Lucile 

Ford, Kitty Browne 

Ford, May Belle 

Fryer, Beulah Frances 

Gill, Harriett 

Gordy, Kathryn Amelia 



Graham, Katherine McCreery 

Graves, Betty 

Green, Martha Virginia 

Greer, Evelyn Lois 

Gregory, Florence P. 

Griley, Elizabeth Girard 

Grimes, Mary (ilenn 

Grinned, Marion Evelyn 

Grissett, Carolyn 

Grus, Beatrice 

Harris, Susie Louise (Sue) 

Henry, Reba Kathleen 

Henry, Rita May 

Herring, Frances Voncile 

Hinsey, Hazel Rebecca 

Hobby, Ruth Idell 

Ilocker, Eleanor 

Hodges, Bonnie Jean 

Hodges, Frances Jean 

Horney, Nancy Trotter 

Bouchard, Natalee Fern 

Hunter, Zonira Ella 

Hussey, Evelyn 

Hutchinson, Mary Elizabeth 

Irvine, Ruth Katherine 

Jaeckel, Nellie Anita 

Jessup, Marjorie Robertson 

Jewett, Janet Weathers 

Johnston, Frances Edmundson 

Keeler, Jessie Springer 

Kehr, Virginia Louise 

Kennedy, Emma Anne 

Kloeppel, Dorothea Minna 

Kunneg, Janet Elizabeth 

Lasehe, Eunice Marie 

Lester, Mary Alice 

Lindsey, Betty Shepherd 

Lines, Sarah Elizabeth 

Lingo, Margaret Ollie 

Lisk, Henrietta Susan 

Litsehgi, Frances Jeannette 

Lourcey, Louise St. George 

Luce, Eleanor Robinson 

LyBarker, Ada Carroll Irene 

Lyman, Avis Marie 

McCahill, Mary Dorothy 

McColskey, Voncile 

McCord, Jean Catherine 

McGlaun, Inez Gertrude 

McKissick, Edith 

McLean, Mona Virginia 

McRae, Fillette 

McRae, Jean Fraser 

Makemson, Ernestine Orrell 

Makemson. Virginia Lee 

Malphurs, Marjorie Rosalee 

Mankes, Jeanne 

Manning, Dorothy 

Markham, Betty Jane 

Mattern, Janet E. 

Meacham, Margaret Louise (Peggy) 

Means, Marjorie Arline 

Meggs, Julie Elenor 

Meisch, Clara Julia 

Merbler, Ruth Marian 

Merryday, Helen Glenn 

Miller, Eleanor G. 

Miller, Joan 

Milton, Frances 

Milton, Virginia 

Morley, Flora Tryon 

Morrison, Marjorie 

Morrow, Pauline Alice 

Mulkey, Angie 

Mullins, Eleanor Drake 

Nichols, Mary Elizabeth 

Nicholson, Betty Bradford 

Nordman, Lillian Jeannette 

Olsen, Sibyl Jean 

O'Neal, Carolyn Virginia 

Ott, Edith Evermont 

Overman, Mary Olive 

Parker, Dorothy Omerea 

Parks, Dorothy W. 

Parramore, Helen Phyllis 

Pattani, Marie 

Pearlman, Cynthia Faye 

Posey, Roanna 

Quincey, Sarah Margaret 

Ramsey, Isabelle 

Reed, Barbara Louise 

Reese, Mary Elizabeth 

Rice, Margaret Louise 



Ricker, Virginia 
Rinck, Mary Margaret 
Hish, Jeannette 
Robbins, Martha 
Roberts, Edna Isabell 
Robinson, Ina Margaret 
Rodgers, Margaret Nell 
Rodriguez, Norma 
Rogers, Mary Ruth 
Rood, Virginia Anne 
Ross, Janet Ruth 
Rosser, Ethel Merryday 
Rosser, Julia Glenn 
Rudd, Julia Angelyn 
Sanderson, Alice Ruth 
Schowe, Esther Chattin 
Scott, Eleanor R. 
Shepard, Ruth Carolyn 
Sigman, Virginia Carolyn 
Simmons, Janice Lorraine 
Sims, Edna Louise 
Smith, Mary Nell 
Smoak, Mary Lucille 
Southard, Eloise 
Sowell, Camille Daphne 
Sparkman, Grace Evelyn 
Sparkman, Mary Jane (Jean) 
Steele, Dorothy Eleanor 
Stivender, Gladys Odessa 
Sutton, Belva Floyd 
Swearingen, Mary Bishop 
Tatom, Martha Belle 
Taylor, Lillian Lavanna 
Taylor, Mary Arnett 
Thomas, Louise G. 
Thompson, Lynette 
Thrasher, Margarita Louise 
Tobin, Harriette 
Townsend, Dorothy Clay 
Turnbull, Pearl Elizabeth 
Underhill, Edith Wilma 
Valz, Marion Elizabeth 
Van Brunt, Clifton 
Van Brunt, Martha Hudson 
Vergowe, Mary Madine 
Vogt, Margaret Rae 
von Dohlen, Katherine 
Voss, Lavine Palmer Evans 
Warren, Edna Louise 
Watrous, Lollie Steele 
Webb, Elizabeth Anne 
Weber, Ruth Esther 
Webster, Jeanne De Loran 
West, Emily Shannon 
Wicker, Clara Sue 
Williams, Elsie Marilyn 
Williams, Mabel Grace 
Williams, Ruth- 
Willis, Florence Elizabeth 
Wimberly, Grace Elizabeth 
Young, Elenore Bettie 

SENIORS 

Alford, Margaret 

Autrey, Katherine 

Barr, Dorothy 

Braverman, Irene 

Brown, Emma 

Cahoon, Doris 

Eagle, Mary 

Elam, Rebecca 

Evers, Florence 

Hamlin, Mrs. Cornelia Davis 

Harrison, Betty 

Highsmith, Beatrice 

Kamper, Charlotte 

Latham, Dawn 

Marwiek, Dorothy 

Molnar, Dorothy 

Parmer, Edna 

Pendleton, Mrs. Frances 

Rigby, Nancy 

Rubin, Ruth 

Scott, Mary Katherine 

Spivey, Katherine 

Trott, Eloise 

Wagner, Florence 

Walker, Doris 

Wallis, Connie 

Warren, Jessie 

Watson, Mrs. Emma Harrison 

White, Maye 



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Sec/cy cAshton: 



Becky — blonde, small attractive. 

Excelling in whatever she does. The combination of a 
Mortar Board president and a chorus girl in Junior Minstrels. 

Standing on tiptoes .... reaching upward .... a little 
girl playing "grown up" .... a feather in her cap, a Vogue 
dress .... and she leads as the sophisticated young woman 
in "First Lady." 

Adaptable to any situation .... Becky plays her four- 
year college part with capability, an intricate dance step, leads 
in college play productions, her own piano interpretations, 
. ... all mingled with a broad smile, the desire to be of 
service, and to accept her responsibilities! 



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"T^urfi c/4 f prison: 

Directed energy, hitting the mark squarely and forcefully. 

Keen intellect levyed on the subject at hand resulting in 
worthwhile editorials, sparkling wit shown in gay bull ses- 
sions, seriousness in her love of poetry, of tennis, of the smell 
of a newspaper office, of people. She, with her clear eyes, 
her wide, frank smile, and her determined stride, overcomes 
each obstacle and in so doing gains the respect and admira- 
tion of the student body. 



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IDanner ^a\er: 



Femininity .... she lives, she looks like, she is the symbol 
of a typically Southern girl. 

Warm brown eyes, long bobbed black wavy hair, perfect 
features, tiny hands which express capability .... 

In a hooped skirt dress, a gardenia in her hair, femininely 
charming she waltzes at Gainesville, she poses for national 
products, she leads the Village Vamps, she combines appro- 
bation with dancing, bridge playing with an intelligent dis- 
cussion of foreign affairs, a warm and friendly smile with 
serious and sympathetic brown eyes .... Danner, with her 
beauty spotlights our college campus. 



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"Dorothy ^Barr: 

Beauty, poise, intelligence .... a composite of everything 
that each college girl would attain plus a ruffling with laugh- 
ter, head thrown back personality, and you have Dot Barr. 



. she sings in a low throaty 
, . she acts with the nonchalance of 



Junior Minstrels . 
voice .... 

Odd demonstration 
a gay nineties hero .... 

Sauntering on campus she speaks to everyone. 

Surrounded by men at a Gainesville dance, gliding to 
"swing music", her wavy black hair bobbing, her brown eyes 
glistening .... 

Everywhere, she's that attractive and remarkable . . . . 
Dot Barr. 



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Frances "Douglas: 



A scientific pattern smoothly woven with threads of 
idealism. 

In her classes she works with learned facts and in so doing 
she understands the subject at hand. On campus she con- 
tinues her scientific attitude but it is punctured with idealism. 
►She seems to see beyond the fruitless attempts of the students. 
Franny weighs the circumstances and then she acts. Success 
is the result of anything she undertakes .... Junior class 
president, Freshman Advisor, Phi Beta Kappa .... 

She forgets her success, her mind is clicking, she wants new 
problems, she sees the ideal goal, and meticulously Franny 
works toward its accomplishment. 



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page one hundred fifty-one 




'Winifred Swart: 



Brisk, blonde, rushing first to one meeting then off to 
another. 

Gray-blue eyes sparkling over a direct pun, interested in 
everyone and everything that is going on ... . always going 
.... going from her freshman year as Secretary of College 
Government Association on and on to President of our Student 
Body. 



She'll not stop 



she'll keep going on and on, up and 



up ! 

It's Winnie who aspires to do great things .... talking 
seriously, her eyes confident, she thinks of the unattainable, 
the perfect .... she'll acquire it! 



page one hundred fifty-two 




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page one hundred fifty-three 




^unny Lolvry: 



Action .... a dynamic force for good, confused with a 
friendly smile that seems to say "I'll help you .... if T 
may ' '. 

Action, in modern dance activities, the skeleton dance at 
Thanksgiving time, teaching' games to small boys, girls, and 
adults at the recreation center .... everywhere, she leads 
with her spontaneous personality. 

Reading poetry, discussing her ideas, ready to listen to the 
ones of the other person, ready to act in defense of what she 
believes to be right, willing to go out of her way if it means 
the chance to help someone .... 



Bunny, her love of all things great and small 
prove it ... . her actions ! 



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cfMary Emily Tarter: 

Enthusiasm partnered with the desire to accomplish. 

Gay spontaneous laughter showing white, even teeth .... 
she sees a funny note in life, she sings it with her 
laughter .... 

. . Senior Class president, 



Common sense and intellect 
Mortar Board .... 



Winsome personality, blonde wavy hair .... Florida 
State's representative at the Rhodedendron Festival in North 
Carolina .... 

Red, White, and Purple .... she leads the Odd Cheer 
leaders at the Thanksgiving games .... 

Enthusiastically, she skips through each day .... "Screw- 
ball", the fun loving, blithe, irrestible girl spreading her 
enthusiasm. 



page one hundred fifty-six 




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page one hundred fifty-seven 




Sloise c&rott: 

"Hello," she says it with a Southern drawl, her mouth 
makes a strange quirked smile, her eyes twinkle, filled with 
sincerity, ready for laughter, or to be definitely serious if 
the occasion demands it. 

As Chairman of Judiciary she adequately lives up to the 
trust that the students have in her .... fair in all dealings, 
constantly striving to justly interpret the rules .... she 
has the respect of everyone. 

In small groups, on campus, at convocation, the quick puns, 
keen sense of humor, "actress ability" (aided by a handle- 
bar moustache in Odd demonstration), her portrayal of 
Eeyore, the old gray donkey .... 

Always inimitable, she is and will be ... . 



Gay and serious . 
drama. 



she plays a vital part in our college 



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page one hundred fifty-nine 




Setty IsJynn: 



►She's straightforward, she's original, she wants to be of 
service. 

Beginning' her freshman year, Betty has tried to bring 
variety into the traditional atmosphere. 

She's versatile .... her personality is filled with strange 
little corners .... her flying lessons at the Tallahassee air- 
port, her love of poetry, doing "case work", debating for 
Florida State, dancing, bringing interest into the Torch Night 
ceremony. 

Betty seldom conforms to the tried way .... she wants 
new paths, new roads to travel, but she loves old places. 

She lives in a burst of ideas .... openly friendly, in her 
disarming manner she asks you to share her fun with her 
.... life is an adventure .... Betty takes the rocky roads 
and the smooth highways .... no matter what .... and 
like a good traveler .... she smiles. 



page one hundred sixty 




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page one hundred sixty-one 



MAY 
1 9 




COURT 
3 9 



MAY QUEEN — DOROTHY BARR 





Maids 

of 
Honor 




REBECCA ASHTON 



MARY EMILY PARKER 



por/e on? hundred sixty-two 






JULIA BURNETTE 



LETITIA CORBETT 



BETTY HARRISON 




Maids 

of 

the 

Court 




LEONA HOWE 



RUTH EYMAN 






JANE JACKSON 



BUNNY LOWRY 



JANE SHERAN 



page one hundred sixty-three 



<Jippvecicitiotr ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



Many of you who are not represented here have served our 
school long and faithfully, and it is to you that we wish to 
now show our appreciation. Your untiring efforts and in- 
satiable desire to foster the best for our Alma Mater have 
set a high mark for those who will follow us to meet. Your 
work has oftentimes brought little reward, and yet we know 
that the love that you bear for your Alma Mater blots out 
all desire for acclaim and praise for a service done to her. 

You will be remembered in the hearts and annals of the 
college many years, and the results of the work that you have 
done will live after our time. To you then, the unknown 
and little praised workers of the campus, we give our sin- 
cerest appreciation, and can only hope that the succeeding 
college generations will have many such tireless and loving 
members. 



page one hundred sixty-four 



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Alpha Chi Omega j £ laude Anne Rhodes 

( Frances Williams 

Alpha Delta Phi { Jf ona H° we 

t Gerry Knapp 

Alpha Gamma Delta j ?*%%? Boteler 

I Nancy Williamson 

Alpha Xi Delta j Fa ^ Core y 

I Mildred Jones 

Beta Phi Alpha (Margaret Hall 

I Bessie Perren 

Chi Omega j Bett y Harrison 

( Isahel Ramsey 

Delta Delta Delta j Elizabeth Griley 

' Jan Simmons 

Delta Phi Epsilon j Rose A ppel 

( Rosea! ie Feinbera; 



Delta Zeta \ Hil(la Alagood 

I Edna Wilson 

Kappa Alpha Theta { S?. 1 " ^,^ 1 ' 

11 1 Elizabeth Miller 

Kappa Delta J Becky Ashton 

i -Jane 1 nomas 

Phi Mi. j I ? ori * Cahoon 

/ Sarah Lines 

Pi Beta Phi J <[ an . et Mahern 

/ J una Burnette 

Sigma Kappa j Pnyllis Parramore 

L ( arol Ramage 

Theta Upsilon { Valerie Hunt 

I Nancy Itogero 

Zeta Tan Alpha j Fna Fa £f Jett 

1 I Esther Showe 



page one hundred sixty-six 



PAN .HELLENIC 



Kappa Delta Kappa Alpha Chapter 1004 

Chi Omega Gamma Chapter 1908 

Alpha Delta Pi lota Chapter 1000 

Delta Delta Delta Alpha Eta Chapter 1916 

Sigma Kappa Omega Chapter 1020 

Pi Beta Phi Florida Beta Chapter 1921 

Delta Zeta Alpha Sigma Chapter 1924 

Kappa Alpha Theta Beta Nu Chapter 1024 

/eta Tan Alpha Beta Gamma Chapter 1024 

Alpha Gamma Delta Gamma Beta Chapter 1025 

Theta Upsilon Lambda Chapter 1025 

Delta Phi Epsilon Iota Chapter 1925 

Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Pi Chapter 1928 

Phi Mu Alpha Epsilon Chapter 1929 

Alpha Chi Omega Beta Eta Chapter 1929 

Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Omega Chapter 1929 

Beta Phi Alpha Psi Chapter 1931 



Panhellenic counsel strives to maintain on a high plane fraternity life and inter- 
fraternity relations within our college . . . to further fine intellectual accom- 
plishment and sound scholarship ... to compile rules governing rushing, pledg- 
ing and initiations on this campus ... to establish high scholastic achievements 
for chapter membership . . . to strive toward equalization of chapter membership. 



page one hundred sixty-seven 




BOATWRIGHT 



DUNSFORD 



HATCH 
WEBER 



BLAIR 
CAMERON 

NEWBOLD 



BIBBS 
BURGER 
STEELE 
THOMPSON 





WILLIAMS. S. C 
WOODRUFF 




BIBBS 


■Br 


BURGER 




MOHR 




RHODES 
SMITH 


^^* 


SCHULTE 



page one hundred sixty-eight 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY IN 1885 
BETA ETA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1929 



Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green Flower: Red Carnation 

Open Motto: "Together Let Us Seek The Heights" 

Publication: "The Lyre" 



IN FACULTATE 
Bernice Deetz 




Mary Boatwright 
Ellis Dunsford 
Betty Hatch 
Alberta Lloyd 



SENIORS 



Althea Lloyd 
Melba Parks 
Marcia Ranney 

Frances William? 



Carolyn Erwin 



Beth Blair 
Margaret Cameron 



Mary Lila Bibbs 
Louise Burger 
Doris Carter 
Margaret Grier 
Ruth Miller 
Judith Mohr 



JUNIORS 



SOPHOMORES 



PLEDGES 



Ruth Weber 



Cora Newbold 
Sara Woodruff 



Claude Anne Rhodes 
Johanna Ska&seth 
Marjorie Smith 
Nell Thompson 
Fillette McRae 
Pauline Sehulte 



A note of sophistication with a pledge "cocktail" party, created with a bar, nite 
club tables and costumes in red and white . . . the Alpha Chi "Swing Band," 
composed of musical sisters and featuring the instruments and style of the 
Panama Zone . . . long hikes through Tallahassee hills, with spicy weiners over 
a hot fire as a reward . . . the celebration of the sororities tenth anniversary 
... a formal dance with the spring motive . . . spaghetti suppers . . . bazooka 
horns . . . Alpha Chi Omega. 



page one hit nil red sixty-nine 




ANDERSON 

DEY 

EYMAN 

HARDEN 

HOWE 



KNAPP 

KNAPP 

MANZ 

PARKER 

ROGERS 

ROU 

SCOTT 

DOWLING 
GRAVES 

GRINNELL 

LINDSEY 

LONG 

MILTON 

NICHOLSON 



ADAMS 

BATTEY 

FELKEL 

HOLLOWAY 

HARRIS 

HENDRY 

HORTON 

HORTON. N. S. 

KIRKPATRICK 

LANE 

LESTER 

McCARLEY 

PATTERSON 

PETERS 

GASKINS 

SIMON 

TRANTHAM 

VEAL 

ANGUS 

AUSLEY 

ARMSTEAD 

BAKER 

BETTES 

CAMPBELL 

CLEMENTS 

COLE 

DeLONG 

GLEASON 

HARMONY 

HARTSHOME 

HELVESTON 

MILAM 

NEWTON 

PARKHILL 

PEACOCK 

PIERSON 

ROGERS 

SCOTT 

SIMPSON 

THARPE 



WALKER 
WALTON 
WILDER 
WILLIFORD 



poffe one hundred seventy 



ALPHA DELTA PI 

FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, MACON, GA., 1851 
IOTA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1909 



Colors: Blue and White Flower: Violet 

Open Motto: "We Live For Each Other" 

Publication "Adelphean" 



IN FACULTATE 



Margie Burks 



Lucv Lester 




Gibson Dey 
Ruth Eyman 
Mary Isabel Harden 
Leona Howe 
Gwendolyn Knapp 



Virginia Dowlinj 
Bitty Graves 



Ann Lane 
Louise Patterson 
Frances Grantham 



SENIORS 



Betty Scott 



JUNIORS 



Miriam Sellers 



SOPHOMORES 



Jane McCarley 



PLEDGES 



Geraldine Knapp 
Olive Man/. 
Mary Emily Parkei 
Mabel Rogers 
Nancy Ron 



Frances Milton 
Bettv Nicholson 



Jane Veal 

Leota Kirkpatrick 

Jean Holloway 



Dorothy Parker 
Marian Grinnell 
Evelyn Anderson 
Vivian Adams 
Mary Sue Horton 
Gail Angus 
Maxine Armistead 
Helen Anderson 
Helen Ausley 
Margaret Baker 
Frances Battey 
Carol Frances Bettes 
Judy Campbell 
Louise Clements 
Evelyn ( 'ole 
Adele Gleason 
Jean Harbeson 
Jerry Harbeson 



Margaret Harmony 

Ruth Harris 
Enid Hartshorn 
Cordelia Helvinston 
Lucy Lester 
Betty Lindsey 
Helen Milam 
Marguerite Newton 
Gene Parkhill 
Anne Peacock 
Mart Pierson 
Frances Rogers 
Carolyn Scott 
Anne Simpson 
Jeanne Walker 
Anne Lamb Walton 
Mary Margaret Wilder 
Nancy Williford 



Hearts and flowers . . . crimson valentines, and period silhouettes . . . the Alpha 
Delta Pi formal dance . . .figures on the badminton court and never ending 
games of bridge and Chinese checkers . . . the never silent ping' pong table . . . 
a tradgedy when the victrola records crashed to a horrible end . . . The pledges 
and a formal tea . . .light flash bulls, Sunday breakfasts, hot dog parties over a 
lighted fire . . . A. D. II. . . . clasped hands of friendship. 



page one hundred seventy-one 




HODGSON 



LUMPKIN 



MOORE, M. 



REESE 

ROOD 

STEWART 

SWANSTROM 

WHITTEMORE 

WILLIAMSON 



COCHRAN 

GAINES 

GILL 

GODWIN 

HOUCHARD 

KEHR 



MULLINS 

RINCK 

UNDERHILL 

BUTLER 

CHRISTIAN 

DONNELLY 



GALLEMORE 

GREY 

MOORE, E. 

ORWIG 

PINCKARD 

SCHALLER 



WARD 

ALBRIGHT 

ALFRIEND 

ARNOLD 

BAIL 

BARROW 



COKER 

DE HAVEN 

FITNER 

GEIGER 

HART 

MACPHERSON 



SCORGIE 

SOLLAR 

STEPHENSON 

TOWNSEND 

WRIGHT 



page one hundred seventy-two 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY IN 1904 
GAMMA BETA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1925 



Colors : Red, Buff and Green Flower : Red Rose 

Publication: "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly" 




SENIORS 



PLEDGES 



Peggy Boteler 
Julia Hodgson 
Mary Lou Irsch 
Elizabeth Meigs 
Middle Moore 



Wilvne Gaines 



Dorothy Donnelly 
Elizabeth Moore 
Frances Pinckard 
Corinne Butler 



Virginia Rood 
Clara Stewart 
Barbara Swanstrom 
Agnes Whittemore 

Nancy Williamson 



JUNIORS 

Edith Underbill 

SOPHOMORES 



Eleanor Mullins 



Peggy Sehaller 
Mabry Christian 
Sarah Gallemore 
Elizabeth Grey 



Barbara Albright 
Anne Alfriend 
Lucille Arnold 
Grace Bail 
Mary Cochran 
Anne De Haven 
Sara Margaret Geiger 
Barbara Hart 
Natalie Houchard 
Virginia Kehr 
Martha Lumpkin 
Betty MacPherson 
Ruth Ellen Orwig 

Mary 



Mary Elizabeth Reese 
Mary Ruth Scorgie 
Rosemary Skinner 
Ann Sollar 
Eloise Southard 
Gwen Stephenson 
Mary Townsend 
Kathryn Ward 
Mary Belle Wright 
Emily Barrow 
Margaret Rinck 
Harriet Gill 
Lucille Coker 
Glen Grimes 



Soft Music, soft lights, soft color in blue and silver, a formal with the creation 
of "star dust" ... a transition to the ridiculous with a pledge party of the 
bowery, featuring Tony's Hash House, sloppy bars and ragamuffins . . . roasted 
hamberger-on-the-bun get togethers, supper parties, lazy morning breakfasts, 
midnight bridge games . . . Alpha Gamma Delta. 



pinjc one hundred- seventy-three 




COREY 

HOFFMAN 



REID 

SULLIVAN 
WILSON 
ANDERSON 



MAYER 
JONES 
HOWARD 



ARNOW 
BRYAN 
HOGAN 
REGISTER 



RHODES 

STEELE 

SWINDELL 



page one hundred seventy-four 



ALPHA XI DELTA 

FOUNDED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE, GALESBURG, 
ILLINOIS, 1893 

ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1929 



Colors: Double Blue and Gold Flower: Killarney Rose 

Publication: "The Alpha Xi Delta" 




Fay Corey 
Roberta Reid 



Frances Fryer 



[mogene Howard 



Blanche Bryan 
Dorothy Hoffman 
Mildred Jones 
Betty Jean Rhodes 
Evelyn Steele 



SENIORS 

JUNIORS 

Eleanor Hocker 

SOPHOMORES 

Betty Mayer 

PLEDGES 



Mary Sullivan 
Ruth Wilson 



Roanna Posey 



Judy Triplet! 



Myra Swindell 
Doris Anderson 
Martha Arnow 
Dorothy Parks 
Margaret Register 



Four leaf clover and a flourish of green and white decoration for the Alpha Xi 

Delta formal dance . . . the good ship Mayflower with Puritans and Indians 

. . . "homecoming" at Thanksgiving . . .never ending games of fiddle sticks 

and Chinese checkers . . . and a visit from the chapter's province president . . . 

this is Alpha Xi Delta in a year of gaity and activity. 



page one hundred seventy-five 




ROYCE 
BELL 

CHALKER 



LOURCEY 

SMITH 

DRESSLER 



STEPHENS 
THOMPSON 
WILLIS 



REDLINGER 
PERRIN 



\:aije one hundred seventy-six 



BETA PHI ALPHA 

FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1909 
PSI CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1931 



Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Tea Rose 

Open Motto: "Scientia Virtus, Amicita" 

Publication: "Aldebaran" 




Letha Royce 



Iris Bell 



Kristine Harris 
Margaret Chalker 

Eette Thompson 



SENIORS 

JUNIORS 

Ht. George Lourcey 

SOPHOMORES 
Alpha Stephens 



Margaret Hess 



Mary Nell Smith 



PLEDGES 



Marguerite Dressier 
Eleanor Rertlinger 
Bessie Mae Perrin 



A formal tea on a lush green lawn, a party by the pledges . . . frequent in- 
formal coffees followed by group singing of sorority songs about the fire . . . 
spirited hikes over north Florida jungles . . . too many bridge games and eeas- 
less games of Chinese checkers . . . Beta Phi Alpha, fun with variety. 



page one hundred seventy-seven 







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BROOKS 

CASHEN 

GAMMON 

HARRISON 

JOHNSTON 



McBRIDE 

MANNING 

MOORE 

MURPHY 

OVEN 

SHARON 

TEXADA 



BAXTER 

F1NUAYSON 

GORDY 

HORNEY 

HUSSEY 

JAECKEL 

MCCORD 



RAMSEY 

RODGERS 

SLADE 

SPARKMAN 

SUTTON 

SWEARINGEN 

TOWSON 



WILSON 

WINN 

ANDERSON 

CONE 

GUY 

HENDERSON 

JONES 



LANCASTER 

PARRAMORE 

PRICE 

RHYNE 

WHITEHURST 

ADAMS 

BINNICKER 



BATES 

ALLEY 

CRAGO 

CRALLE 

DELL 

GODDARD 

HEARIN 



JONES 

McGOWAN 

MILLER 

OVEN 

ROBINSON 

SETZER 

SUTHERLAND 



TARR 

THOMASELLO 
SHERARD 
WELLS 



page one hundred sevenhi-euiht 



CHI OMEGA 



POUNDED AT FAYETTEVILLE, ARK., IN 1895 
GAMMA CHAFER INSTALLED IN 1908 



Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation 

Open Motto : "Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals" 

Publication : "Eleusis" 

IN FACULTATE 

Mrs. J. F. Miller Victoria Schuck 




SENIORS 



Nelwyn Brooks 
Louise Brown 
Betty Cash en 
Roberta Gammon 
Betty Harrison 
Jean Johnston 
Joan Johnston 



Martha Baxter 
Wilda Finlayson 
Alice Cannon 
Mary Chalker 
Amelia Gordy 
Nancy Horney 
Evelyn Hussey 
Anita Jaeckel 



Jackie Tex a da 
JUNIORS 



Mary Lewis Manning 
Helen MeBride 
Sara Moore 
Evelyn Murphy 
Bershe Oven 
Jane Sharon 
Jean Sparkman 



Isabel Ramsey 
Margaret Rodgers 
Frances Slade 
Belva Sutton 
Mary Swear in gen 
Ann Towson 
Daphne Wilson 
Julia Winn 



Jean McOord 



SOPHOMORES 



Dottie Mae Anderson 

Sue Bryant 

Annette Cone 

Jane Guy 

Daisy Wall Henderson 



Anne Jones 
PLEDGES 



Kitty Adams 
Edith Aly 
Fairfax Bates 
Ruth Binnicker 
Ann Crago 
Gracye Cralle 
Olive Dell 
Sarah Goddard 
Margaret Hearin 
Ella Maud Jones 



Marjorie Lancaster 
Jimmie Parramore 
Jane Price 
Roberta Rhyne 
Martha Whitehurst 



Margaret Miller 
Mary Frances Oven 
Alice Robinson 
Betty Setzer 
Ann Sutherland 
Jane Tarr 
Joyce Thomasello 
Janet Wells 
Virginia Alley 
Beverly Sherard 



Mary Lou McGowan 



Gay balloons and flowers . . . the Chi Omega formal . . . never ending' groups 
of crocheters, bridge players and ping pongers . . . spirit of "swing" at the 
Joe College pledge party . . . jam, jibe, and killer diller . . . visits from nation- 
al officers, one that was acknowledged as a Kappa Delta . . . bull sessions. 

college days, Chi Omega. 



page one hundred seventy-nine 




GLASS 

GRILEY 

KERNS 

LEWIS 

MCCAHILL 

NOBLE 

PECK 



REED 
RICKARDS 
ROSS. J. 
BARTLESS 
BROWN. J. 
COLLINS. C. 
COLLINS. M. 



JOHNSTON 

JESSUP 

SIMMONS 

YONGE. M. 

VALZ 

CARTER 

DANIELS 



DAY 

HALE 

HETCH 

JOYCE 

ROSS. P. 

SCOTT 

THOMAS 



WALLING 

WARE 

VRIEZE 

ADAMS 

ALLAN 

ATHERTON 

BOGART 



BROWN, 1. 

BRYAN 

DAVIS 

DISMUKES 

GALLESPIE 

HASKANS 

HUNTER 



IVES 

McNAB 

MORGAN 

ORTMEYER 

PHILLIPS 

RAYMOND 

RUDASILL 



SLEMONS 

SMITH 

TROUT 

VARN 

WILLIAMSON 

YOUNG 

YONGE. B. 



page one hundred eighty 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY IN 1888 
ALPHA ETA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1916 



Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Flower: Pansy 

Open Motto: "Let Us Steadfastly Love One Another" 

IN FACULTATE 

Katherine Montgomery 




SENK )RS 



Eugenia Glass 
Elizabeth Griley 
Gene Charlotte Kerns 
Sara Lewis 
Mary McCahill 



Charlotte Bartless 
Jamie Brown 
Carolyn Collins 
Mary Collins 



JUNIORS 



Marjorie Jessup 
SOPHOMORES 



Mary Hanley Carter 
Mary Virginia Day 
Mary Daniels 
Elodie Hale 
Dorothy Hetsch 
Eileen Joyce 



PLEDGES 



Lillian Adams 
Anna Marie Allan 
Audrey Atherton 
Mary Catherine Bogart 
Mary Pinckard Bryan 
Esther Brown Davis 
Kathleen Dismukes 
Patty Ann Gallespie 
Eleanor Haskans 
Emile Morgan 



Mary Noble 
Irene Peck 
Doris Keed 
Dorothy Riekards 
Joan Ross 



Frances Johnston 
Janice .Simmons 
Marion Valz 
Marjorie Yonge 



Patricia Ross 
Margaret Scott 
Caroline Thomas 
Marjorie Walling 
Dorothy Ware 
Inez Vrieze 



Annie Laurie McNab 
Catherine ( )rtmeyer 
Dorothy Rudisill 
Betty Slemons 
Anna Bess Smith 
Grace Trout 
Corise Vain 
Sara Williamson 
Belle Yonge 
Rita Young 



A year in a brand new house ... a formal in May with flowers and "tea on 
the Terrace" . . . 'Artists and Models' at the pledge fashion show where sport 
and evening- apparel were displayed for visiting pledges . . . light flash parties 
with "Scottie" peanut brittle, the Radicals, and discussions on the Tri Delta 
hero, Donald Duck . . . The Delta chapter . . . sorority of the Trident. 



page one hundred eighty-one 




FEIGENBAUM 



FEINBERG 



MANKES 

PEARLMAN 

TOBIN 

BUSHNELL 

HYMAN 



LIPSHITZ 

SMITH 

GOLD 

WITTENSTEIN 

BRAUER 



BROWNSTE1N 

FINK 

GLICKMAN 

HADESMAN 

JENKINS 



MARKOVITZ 

ROBBINS 

ROSNER 

SAUL 

SCHNEIDER 



SCHEMER 

2EPPER 

UDELL 



page ■one hundred eighttf-tioo 



DELTA PHI EPSILON 

FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY IN 1917 
IOTA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1925 



Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Pansy 

Open Motto: "Esse Quam Videri" 

Publication: "The Delta Phi Epsilon Quarterly" 




Rose Appel 



Lillian Fleet 
Jeanne Mankes 



Miriam Bushell 
Louise Gold 
Selma Hyman 
Cynthia Pearlman 
Tybell Wittenstein 
Naomi Brauer 
Marie Brownsteen 
Raela Fink 
Rosalie Glickman 



SENIORS 



Margaret Fishier 



Judith Wilensky 



JUNIORS 



Rosalie Feinberg 
Rose Lee Feigenl 



Harriette Tobin 



PLEDGES 



Rosalie Rosner 
Blanche Saul 
Peggy Schemer 
Sara Tepper 
Esther Smith 
Martha Lipshitz 
Selma Jenkins 
Belle Markovit/. 
Ruth Bobbins 



Candy hearts, red and white streamers, and a huge red valentine on the wall . . . 
Delta Phi Epsilon banquet and formal in the Valentine motive . . . sizzling 
steaks over an open fire at Wakulla Springs . . . and a rain storm at the steak 
fry . . . Fun in the oriental style at the pledge party created by gay Chinese 
costumes, eating chop suey and drinking tea cross-legged on the floor . . . 
Musical harmonies by the pledge quartette . . . jam session of dancing to the 
vie . . . pledges fishing from the F. S. C. W. fountain . . . intra mural activity 
. . . the triangle of Delta Phi Epsilon. 



page one hundred eighty-three 




BECKMAN 



COMPTON 
MOORE 
PEAVY 
WICKER 



GR1SSETT 



PATTERSON 



ALAGOOD 
DONAN 
FUGUITT 
OVERBY 



SIMMONS 
HUDGINGS 
JOHNS 
PYLE 



SLOAN 

VAUGHAN 

WATKINS 



page one hundred eighty-four 



DELTA ZETA 



FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, OXFORD, OHIO, 

IN 1902 
ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1924 



Colors: Rose and Green Flower: Rose 

Publication : "The Lamp" 




SENIORS 

Julia Beckman Elizabeth Compton 

Emily Bush Martha Moore 

Blanche White Peavv 



JUNIORS 



Karolyn Patterson 



Edna Wilson 



SOPHOMORES 

Hilda Alagood Barbara Doman 

Jewell Overbj 

PLEDGES 



Carolyn Grissett 

Zoe Johns 

Sara Margaret Quincey 

June Simmons 

Ruth Sloan 



Rosella Fuguitt 
Mary Vaughan 
Kathryn Watkins 
Florence Wynn 
Peggy Hudgings 



Jokes and pranks . . . Delta Zeta formal on April Fools Day . . . ouija board 
fanatics and the ever present craze for ordering a "cheese sandwich on rye, 
toasted" . . . the annual kid party . . . short dresses, pig tails and colorful hair 
bows . . . everybody with an hilarious nickname ... A young ardent admirer 
of the group who stopped by every morning to take the girls to breakfast in his 
auto ... a year of sleeping all day, playing all night . . . Delta Zeta. 



page one hundred eighty-five 




BARR 

CAMPBELL 

FISHER 

HAGUE 

LABAR 

POLK 



PRICE 

SPICER 

WILLIAMS. 

AVANT 

BROYLES 

MORRISON 



ROBERTS 

SCOTT 

STEELE 

TERRELL 

WILLIAMS. R. 

BAKER 



BASH 

BECKSTROM. 

CONNELL 

CROUCH 

FLEISCHER 

GAMBLE 



GORDON 

HARRISON 

K NOTTS 

McCALLA 

MILLER 

OSTEEN 



RUSS 

SAVAGE 

SUMMERS 

BECKSTROM. 

COOPER 

CULBREATH 



HACK 

HICKMAN 

HIGLEY 

HYATT 

SCOTT 

SMALL 



STROBERG 

THARPE 

WHITTLESEY 



page one hundred eighty-six 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY IN 1870 
BETA NU CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1924 



Colors : Black and Gold Flower : Pansy 

Publication: "Kappa Alpha Theta" 

IN FACULTATE 

Jennie Tilt Mildred Finnegan 

Edna Mae Mcintosh Edith West 




SENIORS 



Dorothy Barr 

Mary Frances Campbell 

Ruth Fisher 

Martha Hague 

lima La Barr 



Amelia Avant 
Martha Broyles 
Marjorie Morrison 
Jarrett Parker 
Margaret Roberts 



Millie Beckstrom 
Mary Connell 
Delores Fleischer 
Betty Gamble 
Allison Harrison 



JUNIORS 



Annie Laurie Polk 
Ella Faye Price 
Anne Laurie Sanchez 
Betty Spicer 
Geraldine "Williams 



Eleanor Scott 
Dorothy Steele 
Ruth Terrell 
Geraldine Williams 
Ruth Williams 



SOPHOMORES 



Kathryn Summei 
PLEDGES 



Rosemary Bash 
Marie Crouch 
Catherine Culbreath 
Elizabeth Miller 
Barbara Beckstrom 
Lois Cooper 
Mary Lou Gordon 
Esther Hack 



Nancy Knotts 
Mary Ann McCalla 
Mary Beth O'Steen 
Christine Russ 
Maribel Savage 



Dorothy Hickman 
Emma Jean Higley 
Bettye Hyatt 
Hetty Rose Scott 
Mary Ellen Small 
Martha Stroberg 
Helen Smith 
Jeannette Thorpe 



Monterey Whittlesey 



Purple dragons, polka dot serpents, green alligators and a large "Ferdinand, 
the Bull" over the mantle . . . decoration for the K. A. T. formal . . . ship 
ahoy and a pledge party in the nautical style . . . long to be remembered bull 
sessions at the "honor store" in the kitchen . . . This year also brought visits 
from national officers and most glorious of all Katherine Rawls Thompson, 
swimming Olympic champion, formerly a Kappa Alpha Theta pledge . . . 
Tennis intramural cups and two national KAT cups proudly arrayed on the 
mantle ... a great year, with fun and achievement . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. 



page one hundred eighty-seven 




ASHTON 
CABANISS 
EDWARDS, M. 
ELEBASH 

ENGEL 
JACKSON 

LAMOTTE 



LOCKWOOD 

MERRYDAY 

PATTERSON 

SEED 

FAIN 

THOMAS 

BALLENGER 



C. 



CORBET! 

EDWARDS, 

KENT 

LITSCHGI 

ROBINSON 

TURNBULL 

VAN BRUNT. C. 



VAN BRUNT 

VOSS 

WEBSTER 

ALFORD 

anderson, 
anderson, 
battle: 



BRINSON 

BRYANT 

COFER 

ERWIN 

DABNEY 

EVANS 

FULLER 



GILBERT 

HAMPTON 

LANGSTON 

LANIER 

LONG 

MCCAIN 

MCMORRIS 



NICKINSON 

R1CKARDS 

WALKER 

WELTNER 

WHITE 

WING 

WIGHT 



BIGGS 

CARLTON 

DUNCAN 

FLOYD 

KLINGENSMITH 

MABRY 

MERRYDAY, A. 



MITCHELL 

NOGGLE 

PERRY 

PHILLIPS 

RYAN 

WILLIAMS 



puf/c one hundred eighty-eight 



KAPPA DELTA 



FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL, PARMVILLE, 

VIRGINIA IN 1897 

KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1904 



Colors : Olive Green and Pearl White Flower : White Rose 

Open Motto: "Let Us Strive For That Which Is Honorable, 

Beautiful and Highest" 

Publication : ' ' Angelos ' ' 

IN FACULTATE 

Helen McKean Kathleen Fletcher 




SENIORS 

Becky Ashton 

Petrea Cabaniss 

Martha Edwards 

Emma Randolph Elebash 

Erma Engel 

Nelle P^ain 

Jane Thomas 

JUNIORS 



Jane Jackson 
Frances LaMotte 
Janet Lockwood 
Helen Glenn Merryday 
Lutrelle Patterson 
Lucille Seed 



Martha Ballenger 
Letitia Corbett 
Caroline Edwards 
Harriet Kent 
Jeannette Litschgi 



Ina Margaret Robinson 
Bunny Turnbull 
Clifton Van Brunt 
Martha Van Brunt 
La vine Voss 



Jeanne Webster 
SOPHOMORES 

Mary Myers Alford 
Barbara Anderson 
Martha Anderson 
Fiances Battle 
Caroline Brinson 
Margaret Marie Bryant 
Frances Cafer 
Mary Kate Erwin 
Helen Dabney 
Betty Evans 
Sara Fuller 
Jenn Gilbert 

Selina Wight 

PLEDGES 

Betty Ann Biggs 

Mary Carlton 

Ruth Coe 

Mary Boiling Duncan 

Ma urine Floyd 

Mary Frances Klingensmith 

Jean Williams 



Mae Hampton 
Betty Langston 
Vivian Lanier 
Mary Ellen Long 
Hope McCain 
Anna McMorris 
Betty Nickinson 
Beth Rickards 
Lucille Walker 
May Weltner 
Nancy White 
Elizabeth Wing 



Barbara Mabry 
Anne Merryday 
Susan Mitchell 
Helen Noggle 
Rosa Lee Perry 
Elizabeth Phillips 



Kappa Delta formal dance ... a picture of spring . . . pledges dressed to 
impersonate swiss premium hams, strange interlude, etc. . . . pledge party of 
fun and laughter . . . the A. F. A. L. (anything for a laugh) Daily Dirt news- 
paper published weekly ... a humorous resume of Kappa Delta doings among 
the chapter by Scoop Getter and Snoop Better . . . and ye Sanitary Sandwich 
Shoppe, through which week funds were made ... a disasterous fire that kept 
the Kappa Deltas "out of hot water" for weeks . . . Kappa Delta . . .sorority 

of the shield. 



page one hundred eighty-nine 




BROWN 

BRYAN 

CHAPMAN 

LINTON 

LUKENS 



RODGERS 

SLAUGHTER 

WILSON 

ALLDERDICE 

BOOZER 



CAHOON 

CAMPBELL 

DRAUGHAN 

GAY 

HOGAN 



LINES 

MEACHAM 

MILLER 

AHERN 

ASKEW 



DUNSFORD 
GREENLEAF 
HARRIS 
INMAN 



KETTERER 

KING 

NICHOLSON 

OLDHAM 

PHILLIPS 



SHEAROUSE 

SUTTON 

BIRD 

GERRISH 

NELLES 



NESSMITH 
RAINEY 
SHUMAN 
LOTT 



page one hundred ninety 



PHI MU 



FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, MACON, GA., 1852 
ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED TN 1929 



Colors: Rose and White Flower: Enchantress Carnation 

Open Motto: "Les Soeurs Fideles" 

Publication: "Aglaia" 

IN FACULTATE 
Christine Scarborough 




Edith Brown 
Nancy Bryan 



Betty Boozer 



Mary Greenleaf 
Eleanor King 



Lillian Allderdiee 
Grace Ahern 
Georgia Askew 
Ruth Dunsford 
Pearl Gay 
Lucille Ketterer 
Gertrude Linton 
Eleanor Miller 
Adelaide Slaughter 
Sophie Draughan 
Helen Sutton 



SENIORS 

Lillian Lnkens 

JUNIORS 

Sara Lines 

SOPHOMORES 

.Tooelyn Shea rouse 
PLEDGES 



Mary Shuman 



Mary Chapman 

Margaret Wilson 



Doris Cahoon 



Peggy Oldham 
Jean Phillips 



Jean Nicholson 
June Inman 
Caroline Bird 
Doris Campbell 
Evelyn Gerrish 
Ruth Anne Lott 
Kathleen Hogan 
Peggy Mea chain 
Betty Nelles 
Juanita Nessniith 
Vivienne Rainey 



After dinner coffees followed by fire side chats on brisk evenings . . . croAvds 

of sleepy faces at a weekly waffle breakfast . . . Eager eyes before the numerous 

quail dinners at the Phi Mu house ... a Phi Mn kindergarten of fun at the 

annual kid party with pop corn and lolly pops for all. 



page one hundred ninety-one 




ATKINSON 
BAKER 

BLALOCK. B. 
BURNETTE. J. 
EWART 



FRINK 

JACKSON 

LADD 

MORRIS 

REES 

STEWART 

WHITE 



WYNN 

ALLEN 

ANDERSON 

BENNETT 

DENNIS 

JEWETT 

LESTER 



MATTERN 

MILLER 

POST 

ROBBINS 

ROWLEY 

TAYLOR 

AKERMAN 



BRANDT 

CHAZAL 

DANIEL 

FERRAN 

LOUGHNOT 

LANIER 

McGARRY 



MITCHELL 

MORROW 

PAINTER 

PIERCE 

THIGPEN 

WALKER 

WALTON 



ANGEL 

ATKINSON 

BLALOCK. 1 

BRYANT 

BURNETTE. 

CALDWELL 

CURTIS 



GIERSCH 

HILL 

LEFFLER 

McKEE 

MAQUIRE 

PAINTER 

PEARCE 



TRICE 
VALENTINE 
VENNING 
WILLIAMSON 



page one hundred ninety-two 






PI BETA PHI 



FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, MONMOUTH, 

ILLINOIS IN 1867 

FLORIDA BETA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1921 



Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Flower: Wine Carnation 

Publication : ' ' Arrow ' ' 

IN FACULTATE 

Mrs. Herman Kurz 













M 




SENIORS 




Ruth Atkinson 




Anne Ladd 


Danner Baker 




Floreine Morris 


Betty Blalock 




Margaret Rees 


Julia Burnette 




Marjorie Stewart 


Freddie Frink 




Polly Ann White 


Peggy Jackson 


JUNIORS 


Betty Wynn 


Mary Allen 




Joan Miller 


Jane Anderson 




Martha Robbins 


Mabel Bennett 




Mary Susan Rowley 


Janet Jewett 




Lucille Smoak 


Mary Alice Lester 




Mary Taylor 


Janet Mattern 


Betty Venning 


Barbara Tyler 




SOPHOMORES 


Emily Akennan 




Dorothy Mitchell 


Pat Brandt 




Ruth Morrow 


Mary Chazal 




Margaret Painter 


Dorothy Daniel 




Anne Pierce 


Betty Ferran 




Katherine Thigpen 


Margaret Ann McGarry 


Louise Walker 




PLEDGES 




Ann Angel 




Elizabeth Leffler 


Mary Louise Atkinson 


Virginia Loughnot 


Theo Blalock 




Jane Maguire 


Sara Duke Bryant 




Noreen McKee 


Betty Burnette 




Carolyn Painter 


Mary Caldwell 




Ruth Pearce 


Einmett Curtis 




Nell Trice 


Minna Dennis 




Alice Valentine 


Elizabeth Giersch 




Sue Venning 


Eddie Hill 




Rose Williamson 




Confusion in the night . . . the Pi Phi fire drill . . . the Halloween formal 
with dim lights, punch, and Pi Phi kisses (chocolate ones) on the terrace . . . 
sneezes from angora as knitting takes a prominent place during exam week 
. . . clowns, cotton candy, and sideshows as the show goes on for the Pi Beta 
Phi circus . . . "greatest show on campus" . . . Monkey shines and Cookie 
shines . . . the arrow of Pi Phi. 



page one hundred ninety -three 




DONEGAN 



EFFINGER 



PATTEN 
RIGLEY 
TRUSLER 
LYBARKER 



OTT 

PARRAMORE 
PORTLESS 
THRASHER 



EDWARDS 
GNANN 
MCNALLY 
NORFLEET 



TORRES 
COOPER 
COURTNEY 
GRINER 



HOBBS 
HOWZE 
FLACIE 
TURNER 



page one hundred ninety-four 



SIGMA KAPPA 

FOUNDED AT COLBY COLLEGE, WATERVILLE, 

MAINE, 1874 

OMEGA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1920 



Colors: Maroon and Lavender Flower: Violet 

Open Motto: "One Heart, One Way" 

Publication : ' ' Triangle ' ' 

IN FACULTATE 

Sue Pitchford Rachel Pitchford 

Leila Venable 




Kitty Benson 
Hazel Donegan 



SENIORS 



Susanna Truster 



SJeale Effinger 
Carol Ramage 



Edith Ott 

Phyllis Parramore 



JUNIORS 



Ada LyBarker 
Mona McLean 



PLEDGES 



Virginia Gnann 
Gladys Johnson 
Lois McNally 
Nell Norfleet 
Nancy Rigby 
Esther Torres 
Louise Thrasher 
Lucille Courtney 
Irene Edwards 
Carolyn Griner 



Helen Hobbs 
Becky Holland 
Frances Howze 
Lois Marehant 
Lynnette Patten 
Betty Ann Placie 
Betty Tolson 
Martelle Turner 
Eileen Cooper 
Marja Pourtless 



Goal posts, footballs, and maroon, lavender and gold colors of Sigma Kappa . . . 
the pledge banquet in the football style . . . the Bowery Ball . . . clever cos- 
tumes and an evening of hilarious skits ... In the more formal trend, the 
formal dance presented a southern garden . . . huge clusters of wysteria and 
a silhouette of the old south . . . the ping pong rage . . . and thrills with 
chills as a cold morning provided ice skating on the frozen balcony. 



page one hundred ninety -five 




HUGHES 



WH1TTING 



page one hundred ninety-six 



THETA UPSILON 

FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GAL1FONIA IN 1914 
LAMBDA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1925 



Colors : Rainbow Flower : Iris 

Open Motto: "Let There Be Light" 

Publication: "The Dial" 

IN FACULTATE 

Etta Robertson Mary Settle 




SENIORS 



Eleanor Freer 
Lois Hughes 
Valerie Hunt 



Jean Hodges 
Nancy Rogero 
Louise WhittiiH 



Grace Brewer 



PLEDGES 

Dorothy White 



Anna Dubrocq 



Bright colors, confetti and surpentine . . . Mardi Gras theme at the Theta 
Upsilon formal . . . more color . . . the ' ' rainbow tea "... toasted roasted hot- 
dogs at out-door parties and toast and coffee on lazy Sunday mornings . . . 
Excitement and a call for the police when a prowler w-as found in the house 
... a strange sleep walker rage, the victims always making their way to the 
kitchen . . . Theta Upsilon ... a new house and a new year. 



page one hundred ninetii-seven 




PATTISHALL 



RUSSELL 



UNKRICH 



/* Mi 



Ijuye one hundred ninety-eight 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 

FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE 

IN 1898 
BETA GAMMA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1924 



Colors : Blue and Steel Gray Flower : White Violet 

Open Motto: "Seek the Noblest" 

Publication: "Themis" 




Ena Faye Jett 
Carolyn O'Neal 
Barbara Reed 



SENIORS 
Camille Geneau 

JUNIORS 



Louise Rice 
Esther Schowe 
Margaret Smith 



Betty Cappleman 
Marguerite Page 
Martha Pattishall 
Virginia Raftery 



SOPHOMORES 
Margaret Hudson 

PLEDGES 



Mary Reed 
Betty Rae Russell 
Jane Unkrich 
Jean Wood 



Isabelle Waterhouse 



GRADUATE 

J fine Freeman 



An April Fool Formal ... no fooling, with fun and frolic for all . . .endless 
fun and laughter at numerous spaghetti suppers . . . Weekly hamburger par- 
ties that suggest the thrills of vacation time ... a star-light tea . . . and the 
shuffle board plaque awarded Zeta Tau Alpha in the Intra-mural games . . . 
a year of thrills . . . good times. 



page one hundred ninety-nine 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF C. G. A. 




Winifred Ewart, President 



MEMBERS 



Katherine Graham, 1st Vice President 
Elizabeth Ann Webb, 2nd Vice President 
Martha Murphy, Secretary 



Sara Lytle, Treasurer 

Eloise Trott, Chairman of Judiciary 

Prances Douglas, Freshman Adviser 




Executive Council 

The Executive Council performs all duties delegated to it by the Senate, acting 
in an executive capacity. It assists in the formulation of policies to be sub- 
mitted to the College Government Association and to the Senate. 



l>age two hundred two 



JUDICIARY OF COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Senior Representatives — 
Betty Hatch 
Julia Beckman 

Junior Representatives — 
Connie Ash 
Ina Margaret Robinson 
Frances Slade 



Chairman — Eloise Trott 

Sophomore Representatives — 
Cornelia Watson 
Lucille Walker 

Chm. of Residence Hall Committee — Melba Parks 

Chm. of Off-Campus Committee — Mary Boatwright 

Freshman Adviser — Frances Douglas 

President of C. G. A., ex-officio — Winifred Ewart 




Judiciary 

The purpose of the Judiciary is to educate the student body to a realization of 
the responsibilities and privileges of self-government through a clear interpreta- 
tion of the regulation and through personal assistance in helping each person 
who appears before the court to adapt herself to the high standards and to 
contribute her best to the advancement of the college community. 



page two hundred three 



FRESHMAN ADVISORY COUNCIL 




Freshman Adviser — Frances Douglas 



MEMBERS 



Mary Allen 
Tessie Backman 
Betty Bartholf 
Charlotte Bartless 
Eleanor Doris Browne 
Thelina Butler 
Janet Cook 
Shirley Davis 
Gibson Dey 
Pauline Flake 
Marian Gaddom 



Camilla Gillette 
Florence Gregory 
Donna Haney 
Frances Hodges 
Nancy Horney 
Zonira Hunter 
Betty Lou Ingerman 
Harriet Kent 
Gene Charlotte Kerns 
Dorothea Kloepell 
.la net Kunney 



Martha Lumpkin 
Avis Lyman 
Helen McBride 
Mary McCahill 
Muriel McCracken 
Elva Melvin 
Joan Miller 
Marjorie Morrison 
Xewie Powell 
Louise Rice 
Martha Bobbins 



Virginia Sigma n 
Lynette Thompson 
Louise Thrasher 
Dorothy Townsend 
Ann Towson 
Margaret Walcott 
Edna Warren 
Lollie Watrous 
Hazel Wilkerson 
Bette Young 
Marjorie Yonge 




Ltl If If f 



mSmttSmm 



-•* "...*." 




Freshman Advisory Council 



The Freshman Advisory Council is made up of orientation leaders and members 

of the council. This group carries on a program of orientation for the new 

students in order that they become well acquainted with campus activities and 

campus life in as short a time as possible. 



page ttcq hundred four 



SENATE 




Katherine Graham, Chairman 



Elizabeth Ann Webb 
Eloise Trott 
Melba Parks 
Mary Boatwriglit 
Bunny Lowry 
Ruth Atkinson 
Betty Wynn 
Petrea Cabaniss 



Emma Randolph Elebash 
Anne Jones 
Dorothy Parker 
Mary Emily Parker 
Bettie Young 
Martha Anderson 
Virginia Craig 
Evelyn Anderson 



Lutrelle Patterson 
Becky Ash ton 
Marie Swilley 
Janet Jewett 
Dorothea Kloeppel 
Dolore Fleischer 
Dorothy Mitchell 
Frances Douglas 




Senate 

Senate is the legislative branch of the College Government Association. It 
voices opinions of the student body in matters concerning the administration 
of College Government. The First Vice President of College Government As- 
sociation is the acting head of the Senate. 



page two hundred five 



LOWER COURT 




Melba Parks, Chairman 



Katherine Bacon 
Mamie Ruth Baggott 
Lucia Mnnnerlyn 



Esther O'Byrne 
Sue Pinner 
Hnth Rogers 




The Lower Court 

Lower Court is a part of the Judicial Department of the College Government 

Association. It is the purpose of the Court to deal with minor infractions in 

the Residence Halls and in so doing to promote higher standards of living and 

greater understanding of these rules. 



page two hundred site 



OFF-CAMPUS COMMITTEE 




Mary Boatwright, Chairman 



Mary Frances Campbell 
Gibson Dey 
Anita Jaeekel 
Catherine Kirby-Smith 
Janet Lockwood 



Martha Moore 
Midelle Moore 
Edith Ott 
Roanna Posey 
Nancy Rogero 




Off-Campus Committee 

Off-Campus Committee is an organization whose purpose is to bring- those liv- 
ing off-campus into closer association with campus life, and to act as a judicial 

body for those students. 



[Hiffe two hundred seven 



SOPHOMORE COUNCIL 




Dorothy Anderson 
Martha Anderson 
Virginia Balkom 
Elizabeth Blair 
Pat Brandt 
Gene Bryan 
Margaret Cameron 
Mary Chazal 
Helen Dabney 
Atlant Day 
Dolores Fleischer 
Hetty Gamble 



Anne Jones, Chairman 
Linnie Lou Gautier T>elia Montero 



Jenn Gilbert 
Mary Greenleaf 

Mary Sue Horton 
Margaret Hunter 
Mary Joerg 
Holly Kinney 
Elinor Knowles 
Carolyn Minis 
Beryl Mitchell 
Dorothy Mitchell 
Sonia Mitchell 



Elizabeth Moore 
Martha Murphy 
Ann McNorris 
Betty Nickinson 
Barbara Northen 
Peggy Oldham 
Ann Pierce 
Jane Price 
Minnie Ratliff 
Roberta Rhyne 
Mary Elizabeth Rivero 



Ida Mary Scharfschwerdt 

Margaret Scott 
Katherine Thigpen 
Barbara Thomas 
Nell Thompson 
Jane Veal 
Magda Waering 
Lucille Walker 
Cornelia Watson 
Nancy White 
Suzanne Wilson 




'- ' *>-'■->- 






""— i_* s. 



Sophomore Council 



Sophomore Council is composed of a group of girls chosen from the Freshman 
class each year, by the Executive Council of College Government Association 
and the Executive Cabinet of Y.W.C.A. It is the connecting link between 
Student Government and the Freshman Class and it takes care of the many 
duties of the Student Government. Each Sophomore Council girl feels it her 
duty to establish higher ideals among the students. 



page two hundred eight 



DAY STUDENTS 




Dorothy Parker, President 



Louise Taylor, Vice President 
Edith Chason, Secretary 
Nellie Fain, Treasurer 
Doris Searcy, Parliamentarian 
Senate Representatives — 
Holly Kinnev 



Dorothy Parker 

Jocelyn Shearouse, Social Chairman 
Margaret Fishier, Activity Chairman 
Elizabeth DeMilly, Transportation Chairman 
Ethel Hawes, Publicity Chairman 
Evelyn Weeks, Peace Chairman 





B liifii iiii > w JF iiifWl ■—-■■<! 



Day Students 



The aim of the Day Students Organization is to bring day students into closer 

association with campus life and give them the responsibilities which will make 

them more a part of the campus. 



page two hundred nine 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




President — Bunny Lowry 



Vice President — Louise Rice 
Secretary — Mary Collins 
Treasurer — Barbara Thomas 
Senior Intramural Manager- 



-Betty White 



Playnight Chairman — Ruth Wilson 
Senior Class Manager — Fay Corey 
Junior Class Manager — Dot Colburn 
Sophomore Class Manager — Daisy Belle Savage 



Freshman Class Manager — Janet Wells 




W. A. A. 

The Women's Athletic Association is an organization whose purpose is to stimu- 
late interest in a program of wholesome physical activities, to promote athletic 
accomplishments, and to contribute to the development of the ideals of health 
and sportsmanship. All members of the Florida State College for Women 
resident on the campus are members of the association. 



page two hundred ten 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




President — Yvonne Marchesseau 
Vice President — Katherine Kirby-Smith Treasurer — Gene Runyon 

Secretary — Minnie Ratliff 



MEMBERS 



Dorothy Colburn 
Fay Corey 
Jackie Gates 
Valerie Hunt 
Bunny Lowry 
Sara Lytle 
Martha Moore 
Virginia Rood 
Betty White 
Louise Whitting 
Nancy Williamson 
Ruth Wilson 
Mary Collins 
Kitty Ford 



Frances Fryer 
Janet Jewett 
Katherine Kirby-Smith 
Patricia Mack 
Yvonne Marchesseau 
Martha Robbins 
Martha Dent Perry 
Frances Battle 
Margaret Clements 
Mildred Hear on 
Mary Sue Horton 
Brunelle Mobley 
Minnie Ratliff 
Priscilla Sue Robinson 



Barbara Thomas 
Cornelia Ann Watson 
Emily Barrow 
Margaret Barger 
Montiene Clyatt 
Lucille Coker 
Marian Freeling 
Enid Hartshorne 
Eleanor Haskins 
Prances Howze 
Jean Jensen 
Bette Kennedy 
Nell Loyless 
Dorothy McCown 



Anna Frances McKay 
Mary Jane Medlin 
Paulette Nolan 
Dorothy Parks 
Ruth Pearce 
Reba Ragsdale 
Nell Foster Smith 
Gwendolyn Stephenso 
Bernice Walton 
Dorothy Walton 
Janet Wells 
Jean Wood 
Edith Young 
Marv Elizabeth Youn 






0,<V 

i rV'M 

^~ tin r« 





The Physical Education Association 

The Physical Education Association is an organization composed of those stu- 
dents majoring or minoring in Physical Education and those faculty members 
in the Physical Education Department. Its purpose is to promote interest in 
physical activities and to also bring out their social, moral and intellectual values. 



page two huiidred elqvev 



DISTAFF 




Editor — Petrea Cabaniss 



Editorial Board — 

Frances Williams 

Leona Howe 

Anne Ladd 

Ann Towson 

Florence Gregory 

Bertha Bloodworth 

Vivian Alsweh 

Managing Editor — Ina Margaret Robinson 

Copy Editor — Mnryl Roland 



Art Editors — 

Ruth Fisher 

Roanna Posey 

Louise Prine 

Circulation Manager — Dorothy Mitchell 

Business Manager — Julia Beckman 

Business Staff — 

Frances Milton 

Holly Kinney 

Dorothy Gamble 




The DISTAFF 

The Distaff, a collection of stories, poems, essays and articles, is the college 
quarterly magazine. Its purpose is to provide an outlet for the literary expres- 
sion of the student body through their contributions. 



page two hundred twelve 



FLAMBEAU 




Editor Ruth Atkinson 



Associate Editor — Prances Brunson 

Managing Editor — 

Alma Warren 

Nancy Rogero 

News Editors — 

Jeannette Mullis 



Muryl Roland 

Business Manager — Hazel Adams 

Assistant Manager — Doris Browne 

Circulation — 

Dora Solomon 

Clara Willets 



Advertising — Rose Lee Feigenbaum 




r- 



The Florida Flambeau 

A newspaper published weekly by the students of the Florida State College 
for Women. Its purpose is to provide for the students a summary and presenta- 
tion of activities from week to week. 



page tivo hundred thirteen 



FLASTACOWO 




Editor-in-Chief — Betty Wyim 



Associate Editor — Betty McMnllen 
Managing Editor — Joan Miller 
Assistant Editors — 

Pat Brant 

Amelia Gordy 

Dorothy Mitchell 



Doris Summerlin 

Jean Webster 
Art Editors — 

Charlotte Bartless 

Lonise Prine 
Snapshot Editor — Beatrice Highsmith 



Freshman Editor — Dot Pepiot 




page . two. hundred fourteen 



FLASTACOWO BUSINESS STAFF 




Business Manager — Polly Ann White 



Advertising Manager — Jeannette Litschgi 

Staff— 

Carese Brown 

Mary Vergowe 



Carolyn Edwards 
Amelia Gordy 
Wilma Johns 




page two hundred fifteen 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




President — Louise Wheeler 



Vice President — Lollie Watrous 
Secretary — Mary Vergowe 
Treasurer — Dorothy Townsend 
Senior Representative — Betty Harrison 
Junior Representative — Ruth Sanderson 



Sophomore Representative — Jean Phillips 
Publicity Chairman — Mary Lou 'Haver 
Social Chairman — Marjorie Morrison 
Parliamentarian — Ruth Ey man 
Faculty Adviser — Miss Sara Meador 





The Home Economics Club 

The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to encourage interest in young 

women for a better knowledge of home and community life and to promote 

friendship and social intercourse between students interested in home 

economics work. 



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GLEE CLUB 




President — Esther 'Bvrne 



Vice President — Betty Bartholf 
Secretary — Elizabeth Ranson 
T r ea su r er — Dorothy Sa n ford 



Ushers — 
Louise Thrnsher 
Eleanor Mnllins 
Ruth Eyman 
Marv Greenleaf 




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President- 
Vice President — Lynette Thompson 
Secretary — Frances Cofer 
Treasurer — Wilma Johns 
Publicity Chairman — Hilda Alagood 



Ann White 

Bulletin Board — 
Betty Nickinson 
Christine Russ 
Faculty Adviser- 



Miss Edith West 



Helen Ballou 
Edith Chason 
Virginia Clark 
Lenore Cohen 
Lucy Cole 
Eileen Collins 
Barbara Conine 
Helen Davis 



C'lotilde Fernandez 
Virginia Gautier 
Virginia Hamilton 
Catherine Markins 
Danine Hunter 
Wilma Johns 
Koxilu Kelton 
Betty Kissinger 



MEMBERS 

Nanna Kurtz 
Marguerite Lowe 
Susan Mitchell 
Jeanne McDowall 
Mary Palmer 
Mary Olive Pinckney 
Carol Ramage 
Frederica Roberts 



Gertrude Snettel 
Lynette Thompson 
Christine Russ 
Peggy Thornton 
Dot Walton 
Polly Ann White 
Margaret Marie Bryant 
Frances Cofer 




The Classical Club 

The Classical Club serves as the Latin laboratory in which a thorough study 
is made of the civilizations of the ancient Greeks and Romans. This study is 
worked out along group lines with the majors in Latin serving as leaders. In this 
way the laboratory serves also as a training school for future teachers of Latin. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



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President — Elizabeth Loimds 

Vice President — Dorothy Molnar Corres. Secretary — Suzanne Wilson 

Rec. Secretary — Kathleen McCarthy Treasurer — Rita Mae Henry 

Chaplain and Adviser — Rev. W. C. Carroll 




The Newman Club 

The Newman Club, a Catholic organization for Catholic girls in college, has for 
its purpose the furthering of their religious, intellectual and social standing. 



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7 CLUB 




President — Mary Palmer 
Vice President — Fay Corey Secretary-Treasurer — Louise Prine 



Connie Ash 
Margaret Clements 
Dorothy Colburn 
Mary Collins 
Dolores Fleischer 
Frances Fryer 
Donna Haney 
Mary Sue Horton 
Valerie Hunt 
Janet Jewett 
Katherine Kirby-Smitli 



MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Bounds 
Bunny Lowry 
Sarah Lytle 
Ernestine Makemson 
Yvonne Marchesseau 
Brunnelle Mobley 
Dot Molnar 
Gladys Peacock 
Louise Rice 
Ruth Rogers 
Merryday Rosser 



Virginia Rood 
Johanna Skagseth 
Barbara Thomas 
Lynette Thompson 
Margaret Walcott 
Cornelia Watson 
Betty White 
Nancy White 
Louise Whitting 
Nancy Williamson 
Ruth Wilson 



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Y Club 

The 'F' Club is an honorary for girls who have exhibited themselves in physical 
sports and the purpose of this organization is to stimulate interest in the world 

of physical education. 



page two hundred twenty 



SENIOR HALL 




( Minimum — Marie Swilley 
Secretary — Margaret Walcot t 



Hazel Adams 
Katherine Autrey 
Julia Beckman 
Dorothy Broward 
Julia Burnette 
Nell Colvin 
Janet Cook 
Frances Douglas 
Mary Louise Duncan 
Florence Evers 
Winifred Ewart 
Ruth Eynian 
Meriba Helen Ferguson 
Doris Fillingim 
Mabel Fletcher 
Jackie Gates 
Virginia Gautier 



MEMBERS 

Betty Lou Ingermann 
Annie Jennings 
Christine Killiam 
Gail Kinney 
Frances Lane 
Dawn Latham 
Marie Lewis 
Elizabeth Lounds 
Bunny Lowry 
Sarah Lytic 
Muriel McCracken 
Ailsa Ellen McKelvey 
Beulah Mitchell 
Dorothy Molnar 
Irene Morrow 
Julia Mullis 
Elizabeth Oiieman 



Mary Palmer 

Mary Emily Parker 

Melba Parks 

Carol Ramage 

Frederica Roberts 

Jean Root 

Betty Russell 

Dorothy Scott 

Margaret Sparkmau 

Mary Elizabeth Stevenson 

Margaret Tyler 

Elcise Trott 

Marian Usher 

Florence Wagner 

Doris Walker 

Betty White 

Polly Ann White 








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4-H CLUB 




President — Mary Alford 



1st Vice President — Betty Reed 
2nd Vice President — Jeannette Rish 
Secretary — Frances Palmer 
Assistant Secretary — Hazel Lacy 



Treasurer — Beatrice Arnold 
Freshman Adviser — Laura McCaughan 
Program Chairman — 
Ruth Sheperd 



Edna Sims 




The College 4-H Club 

The College 4-H Club is composed of former 4-H Club girls who present satis- 
factory records of achievement in active 4-H Club work and of scholarship 
in college. The main objective of the club is to encourage other 4-H Club girls 
to enter college ; to develop an appreciative interest in college life ; to promote 
the program of 4-H work in Florida. 



page two hundred twenty-two 



D. A. R. 




Regent — Mary Gober 



Secretary — Madeline Duncan 
Treasurer — Nancy Bryan 
Registrar — Lucille Ketterer 



Chaplain — Ruth Wilson 
Publicity Chairman — Emily Cone 
Sponsor — Dr. Shores 




page, two hundred twenty -three 



ASTRONOMY CLUB 




President — Mary Cochran 

Vice President — Elizabeth Ann Williams 

Sec 'y--Treas. — Virginia Makemson 



Publicity Chairman — St. George Lourcey, 

Sara Nooney 
Chairman of Telescope Team — Zonira Hunter 



Faculty Adviser — Miss Lynn 




ITALIAN CLUB 



President — Sibyl Jean Olsen 

Vice President — Eleanor Redlineer 



Sec'y--Treas. — Angie Friscia 
Faculty Adviser — Miss Marie Davis 



page two hundred twenty-four 




LIFE SAVING CORPS 

President — Fay Corey 
Sec 'y.-Treas. — Hazel Wilkerson 
Captain — Louise Whitting 
Instructor — Dorothy White 
Chairman of Canoeing and Water Sports- 
Valerie Hunt 

Chairman of Program — Jackie Gates 
Chairman of Publicity — Sandra Peckham 



Hilda Alagood 

Lucille Arnold 

Marjorie Benson 

Evelyn Buettner 

Dorothy Colburn 

Mary Frances Campbell 

Carolyn Collins 

Mary Collins 

Fay Corey 

Frances Fryer 

Patty Holbert 

Mary Sue Horton 

Betty Lou Horton 

Valerie Hunt 

Annie Jennings 

Bunny Lowry 

Nellie Loyless 

Olive Manz 

Yvonne Marchesseau 

Dorothy Marwick 



Betty Mayer 
Jane McCay 
Martha Moore 
Sarah Nooney 
Betty Orleman 
Dot Parks 
Gladys Peacock 
Sandra Peckham 
Martha Dent Perry 
Marcia Ranney 
Bebbe Rivero 
Sue Robinson 
Nancy Rogero 
Esther Schowe 
Dorothy Scott 
Eleanor Shuman 
Margaret Walcott 
Frances Weber 
Betty White 
Dorothy White 



MEMBERS 

Nancy White 
Louise Whitting 
Hazel Wilkerson 
Nancy Williamson 
Ruth' Wilson 
Kathlee Guest 
Ernestine Makemson 
Virginia Makemson 
Jackie Gates 
Louise Rice 
Kitty Ford 
Rachel Erwin 
Rhoda Raymond 
Carmen Lytal 
Louise Patterson 
Mary Allred 
Elizabeth Lounds 
Frances Battle 
Virginia Rood 
Barbara Thomas 



Janet Jewett 
Mary Palmer 
Mickey Hearon 
Anne Jewett 
Frances Branson 
Louise Brown 
Nancy Bryan 
Evelyn Marsh 
Margaret Scott 
Katherine Kirby-Sniith 
Sara Sheldon 
Annette Cone 
Welaska Fulmer 
Eloise Baughn 
Martha Anderson 
Wilda Christie 
Sara Cody 
Genevieve Conger 
Rose Lee Feigenbaum 
Martha Green 



Mary Glenn Grimes 
Helen Hoffman 
Ouida Jones 
Betty Lindsey 
Louise Lorenze 
Sarah Lytle 
Jean Mankes 
Margaret Nevitt 
Edna Pittman 
Jane Telford 
Marion Webater 
Margaret Wheeler 
Betty Barthoff 
Jean Lawerence 
Grace Sparkman 
Dilla Wakefield 
Minnie Ratliff 
Margaret Clements 
Harriet Gill 



Tarpon Club 



President — Dorothy Colburn 
Vice President — Yvonne Marchesseau 
Secretary — Frances Weber 
Treasurer — Frances Battle 
Student Instructor — Valerie Hunt 
Faculty Adviser — Miss Mayer 

MEMBERS 
Mary Frances Campbell Sara Moore 

Lois Hughes Gladys Peacock 

Katherine Knight Dorothy Rickards 

Ernestine Makemson Virginia Rood 

Virginia Makemson Dorothy White 

Louise Whitting 




PLEDGES 



Lillian Alderdice 
Marjorie Benson 
Carolyn Collins 
Mary Collins 
Hazel Wilkerson 



Patty Holbert 
Olive Manz 
Louise Patterson 
Louise Rice 
Nancy Rogero 




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Y. W. C. A. 




Faculty Adviser — Dr. Anna Forbes Liddell 
President — Charlotte Kamper 



Secretary — Virginia Balkcom 
Treasurer — Pauline Flake 



CABINET 



Dorothy Broward 
Margaret Cameron 

Mary Collins 
Janet Cook 
Margaret Hunter 
Joan Kennedy 
Dorothes Kloeppel 
Elinor Knowles 



Elizabeth Linn 
Dorothy Marwick 
Mary Jane Medlin 
Marjorie Morrison 
Beryl Mitchell 
Sonia Mitchell 
Frances Palmer 
Jan Simmons 



Sara Worth 




BAPTIST STUDENT ORGANIZATION 



President — Agnes Martin 

1st Vice President — Peggy Hughes 

2nd Vice President — Mamie Ruth Baggott 

Devotional Chairman — Muryl Roland 

Secretary — Mary Lou 'Haver 

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Treasurer — Laura McCaughan 
Sunday School President — Julia Beckman 
Publicity Chairman — Florence Gregory 
Faculty Advisers — 
Miss Maude Flowers 
R. S. Doyle 



page two hundred twenty-six 



METHODIST STUDENT ORGANIZATION 




President — Frances Howell 
Vice President — Mary Elizabeth Stevenson 
Secretary — Marie Lewis 
Treasurer — Allefair Everett 
Financial Secretary — Annie Laurie Polk 
Personnel Director — Rose Mary Carlton 
Worship Chairman — Pauline Flake 
Publicity Chairman — Johanna Skagseth 
Music Chairman — Ola Belle Tillman 
Dramatic Chairman — Katherine Summers 

Alumnae 



House Chairman — Frances Clements 
Social Service Chairman — Eleanor Hocker 
Recreational Chairman — Lucille Flow 
Sorority Chairman — Marjorie Morrison 
Off Campus Chairman — Anna Walker 
President of Sunday School Class — Esther 'Byrne 
Secretary of Sunday School Class — Lollie Watrous 
Treasurer of Sunday School Class — Mamie Piland 
League Representative — Frances Lane 
League Social Chairman — Elizabeth Whittington 
Chairman — Emily Philips 




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PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT 




SENIOR COUNCIL 
President — Janet Cook 
Vice President — Betty Russell 
Secretary — Betty Ambler 
Treasurer — Dot Scott 

President Sunday School Class — Jean Hampton 
Spiritual Life — Beth Ransom 
Missions — Merryday Rosser 
Social Service — Mary Lou Duncan 
Music — Eleanor Danniells, Edna Warren 
Extension — Betty Bartholf 
Student House — Doris Browne 
Publicity- — Hazel Adams 
Dramatics — Harriet Kent 
Dieticians — Mildred Hill, Mary Vergowe 
Social — Betty Lou Ingerman 
Athletics — Louise Patterson 
Librarian — Donna Haney 



COUNCIL 

JUNIOR COUNCIL 
Martha Moore 
Betty Nickenson 
Corinrie Butler 
Ruth Hampton 
Delia Montero 
Marjorie May 
Saidee Mae Arnold 
Pauline Morrow 
Jean McCord 
Virginia Balcom 
Katherine Burgess 
Marjorie Smith 
Dayde Barnard, Ruth Eyman 
Minnie Ratliff 



page two hundred twenty-seven 



USHER COMMITTEE 



Chairman — Jeanne Webster 



MEMBERS 



Amelia Avant 
Jean Bennett 
Wilda Finlayson 
Willyne Gaines 
Betty Jane Jaco 
Janet Kunneg 
Jeannette Litschgi 



Isa belle Ramsey 
Margaret Rodgers 
Virginia Signian 
Janice Simmons 
Lucille Smoak 
Clifton Van Brunt 
Daphne Wilson 




DEBATE COMMITTEE 





Chairman — Nell Colvin 
Secretary — Nell Thompson 
Business Manager — Betty Nickinson 
Faculty Advisers — 

Miss Young 

Miss Richardson 

Miss Wylie 



page two hundred twenty-eight 



N. S. F. A. 




Chairman — Marjorie Jessup 
Senior Representative — Ruth Eyman 
Junior Representative — Eleanor Miller 
Sophomore Representative — Gene Bryan 
Faculty Adviser — Dr. Shores 



N. S. F. A. 

The local chapter of the National Students Federation of America is under the 
auspices of the Student Senate. Founded through the work of Mary Jeanne 
McKay in 1936 as a Senate Committee, N. S. F. A. has come to play an im- 
portant part in student life. N. S. F. A. forums are places of open discussion 
for students and faculty alike; all students are members of the organization 
by right of registration for classes, and the faculty are encouraged to attend 
the forums. 

N. S. F. A. deals mainly with campus problems, attempting to bring together 
student opinion and to work out some solution that can be recommended to 
Senate, the N. S. F. A. chairman, who is a member of that body. 

There is no doubt but that N. S. F. A., in its three years on campus, has done 
much to iron out the irritating and unimportant details of student life, and 
to coagulate student opinion into a well-planned and driving force. Its place 
on campus will continue as a Democratic one, and its part in student life will 
be of even greater importance in future years. 



page two hundred twenty-nine 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

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Chairman — Lutrelle Patterson 
Assistant Chairman — Marv Allen 




CAMPUS SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

Chairman — Lutrelle Patterson 
Assistant Chairman — May Allen 



MEMBERS 



Catherine Camp 
Katherine Thigpen 

Beulah Mitchell 
Margaret Xevitt 
Elizabeth Holley 
Hazel Hinsey 
Holly Kinney 
Jerry Knapp 
Anita Jaeckel 
Julia Mullis 
Helen Dabney 
Jane Price 



Irene Peck 
Muriel McCracken 
Elva Melvin 
Jackie Gates 
Amelia Gordy 
Connie Ash 
Martha Edwards 
Nell Colvin 
Jackie Texada 
Janet Lock wood 
Dot Ban- 
Katherine Autrev 



Mary Emily Parker 



page two hundred thirty 




AUDITING COMMITTEE 

Virginia Craig — Chairman 

Marie Swilley 

Gene Dunn 

Faculty Adviser — Miss Richey 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Evelyn Anderson — Chairman 
Katherine Autrey 
Virginia Craig 
Harriet Kent 
Lynette Thompson 

Faculty Advisers — 

Miss Richey 

Dr. Shores 

Miss Sehornhurst 





HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 



Virginia Makemson 
Ernestine Makemson 
Sara King 



Co-Chairmen 



Nell Thompson 



page two hundred thirty-one 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

President — Agnes S. DeLoach Treasurer — Margaret Harrison 

Vice President — Julia Mnllis Reporter — Helen Shatowsky 

Secretary — Elizabeth Linn Librarian — Nancy White 

Faculty Adviser — Dr. Abbey 



JEWISH WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION 

President — Lillian Fleet Vice President — Tybee Wittenstein 

Secretary — Miriam Busline!! Treasurer — Trma Streng 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



ASTRONOMY CLUB 
BAPTIST STUDENT ORGANIZATION 
CLASSICAL CLUB 
COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 
COTILLION CLUB 
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION 
DAY STUDENTS ORGANIZATION 
DEBATING CLUB 
DISTAFF 
E.P.C. 
EPISCOPAL STUDENT VESTRY 
ESTEREN 
F CLUB 
FLAMBEAU 
FLASTACOWO 
FRENCH CLUB 
FRESHMAN CLASS 
4-H CLUB 
GLEE CLUB 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
I.R.C. 
ITALIAN CLUB 
JEWISH WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION 
JUNIOR CLASS 
LIFE SAVINGS CORP 
METHODISTS STUDENT ORGANIZATION 
MODERN DANCE GROUP 
MORTAR BOARD 
NEWMAN CLUB 

N.S.F.A. 

PANHELLENIC 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT COUNCIL 

SENIOR CLASS 

SENIOR HALL 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

SOPHOMORE COUNCIL 

SPANISH CLUB 

SPIROGIRA 

TARPON CLUB 

VILLAGE VAMPS 

WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



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Club 



President Irene Peck Secretary — Lucille Walker 

Vice President — Frances Slade Treasurer — Jimmie Parramore 

Faculty Adviser — Miss Settle 





MEMBERS : 




Ruth Atkinson 




Emily Akerman 


Dorothy Barr 




Elizabeth Griley 


Erma Engel 




Mae Hampton 


Janet Lockwood 




Dorothy Mitchell 


Julia Mullis 




Martha Anderson 


Joan Miller 




Amelia Gordy 


Jane Sharon 




Jane Guy 


Janice Simmons 




Ruth Irvine 



The Cotillion Club, a social organization, has for its purpose the furthering' 
of better dancing and better dances on the campus. Its duties consist in spon- 
soring dances, obtaining orchestras, and giving their services to teaching those 
who wish to learn ball-room dancing. 



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President — Banner Baker Treasurer — Nehvyn Brooks 

Vice President — Beth Rickards Reporter — Ann Towson 

Secretary — Leona Howe Historian — Betty Langston 

Faculty Adviser — Dr. Covle Moore 





MEMBERS : 




Pat Brandt 






Betty Graves 


Betty Cashen 






Mary Jane Lambeth 


Virginia Dowling 






Frances LaMotte 




Margaret Ann 


McGarry 



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President — Lutrelle Patterson 
Vice President — Katherine Autrey 



Secretary — Dorothy Barr 
Treasurer — Margaret Walcott 



Winifred Ewart 
Sara Lytle 
Betty Hatch 
Becky Ashton 
Mary Emily Parker 
Bunny Lowry 
Eloise Trott 
Janet Lockwood 



MEMBERS : 



FACULTY 



Nell Colvin 
Melba Parks 
Lucille Walker 
Anne Jones 
Martha Murphy 
Cornelia Watson 
Carolyn Mims 
Barbara Thomas 



Miss Flowers 
Miss Devinney 
Miss Dorman 
Miss Tracy 



Miss Thomson 
Miss West 
Miss Stevens 
Mrs. Weaver 



Mrs. Hay 



Spirogira is a local campus honorary for Odds. Members are chosen from 
the Odd classes for their outstanding leadership, loyalty, and service. 



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President — Frances Slacle Vice President — Elizabeth Ann Webb 

MEMBERS : 



Sec'y Treas. — Katherine Graham 
FACULTY 
Miss Schornherst Miss Stevenson 



Lynette Thompson 

Ruth Atkinson 

Dorothea Kloeppel 

Jeannette Litschgi Miss Lynn Miss Richardson 

Yvonne Marchesseau Migs Montgomery 



Connie Ash 
Marjorie Jessup 
Anita Jaeckel 
Ina Margaret Robinson 
Ruth Rogers 

Bettie Young 

ESTEREN 

Esteren is a local honorary club to which Evens are eligible. Its purpose 
is to strengthen Even friendships and to help carry on the traditions of the 
Even Classes. 



page- two hundred thirty-seven 



THE PLACE OF ORGANIZATIONS 



To many students here organizations, as such, mean little or nothing, to 
others they are an integral and important phase of college life. To many of 
those students who take no part in campus organizations, the lack of concern 
is sincere — their interests simply do not lie in this direction. But there are no 
students who are not touched by one or more of our college organizations — 
C.G.A., JUDICIARY, Y.W.C.A., SENATE, and others, affect directly the life 
of every student. 

There is much criticism made by students that our campus is over-organized, 
but this fault, if it is a fault, is not one of the organizations, but one of the 
student who cannot say "no". Organizations serve their foremost purpose 
in helping prepare students for active community life when they leave school — 
the classroom furnishes the theory for living, and the organization acts as a 
laboratory for experimentation with this theory. A student learns to choose 
her activities with care, learns how much she can do and not suffer for it ; learns 
to work under, with, and over people ; learns to accept responsibility seriously ; 
and to take power with a smile. To these ends, organizations are carried 
forward by and for the students themselves as "a laboratory for living." 



page two hundred thirty-eight 




(MOWUZJL 




^Announcing the 
Installation 
of 

GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON (Chemical Fraternity) 

FOUNDED AT DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, N. C. IN 1919 
BETA GAMMA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1939 

Colors : Blue and White Flower : Blue Hyacinth 

Publication: "The Ray" 

FACULTY— HONORARY MEMBERS 

Dr. Leland Lewis Miss Gertrude Vermillion 

Dr. Jennie Tilt Miss Isabel McKinnell 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Henrietta Jaeoby Dorothy Molnar 

Annie Jennings Margaret Vogt 

Marie Castellano Eunice Lasche 

Elizabeth Blaloek Marion Gaddum 

Elizabeth Lounds 



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MORTOR BOARD 

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FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE, N. Y., BY FOUR 

UNIVERSITIES IN 1918 

TORCHBEARERS CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1931 

Colors: Gold and Silver 

Open Motto: Scholarship, Leadership, Service 

Publication: "Mortar Board Quarterly" 





MORTOR BOARD 

President — Becky Ashton 

Vice President — Nell Colvin 

Secretary — Betty Hatch 

Treasurer — Lntrelle Patterson 

( 'orres. Secretary — Frances Brunson 

Historian — Mary Emily Parker 

MEMBERS 
Ruth Atkinson Winifred Ewart 

Petrea Cabaniss Charlotte Kamper 

Frances Douglas Melha Parks 

Mortar Board is a national honorary, for senior women whose candidates are 
selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service. 



page tico hundred forty-oHe 



PHI BETA KAPPA 

FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY IN 
DECEMBER, 1776 

ALPHA OF FLORIDA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN MARCH, 1935 

Colors : Pink and Sky Blue 

Open Motto: "Love of Wisdom the Helmsman of Life" 

Publications: "The Key Reporter," "The American Scholar" 



President — Miss Myrtle Dolbee 
Vice President — Miss Olivia Dorman 
Secretary — Miss Victoria Schuck 
Treasurer — Dr. W. M. Barrows 
Historian — Miss Ezda Devinney 



MEMBERS 

Frances Douglas 
Fredericka Roberts 
Rebecca Ashton 
Elizabeth Blaloek 
Emma Randolph Elebash 
Mable Rogers 

Margaret Vogt 



Retry Hatch 
Winifred Ewart 
Mary Emily Parker 
Petrea Cabaniss 
Eloise Andrews 
Eunice Lasche 



page two hundred fortyitwu 



ALPHA CHI ALPHA 

FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE IN 1919 
GAMMA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1921 

Colors : Yellow and White 
Publication: "Al Cri" 



President — Anne Ladd 

Vice President — Frances Branson 



Sec'y-Treas. — Mary Noble 
Chapter Editor — Petrea Cabaniss 



MEMBERS 



Ruth Atkinson 
Betty Wynn 
Hazel Adams 
Martha Lumpkin 
Betty Spieer 
Nancy Rogero 
Anne Lange Ayala 
Alma Warren 



Leona Howe 
Elizabeth Turner 
Mary Sullivan 
Mabel Bennett 
Polly Douglas 
Ann Towson 
Jeannette Mullis 
Muryl Roland 



CHI DELTA PHI 



FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE IN 1919 
PI CHAPTER INSTALLED TN 1931 



Colors: Blue and Gold 



Flower: Pansy 



Open Motto: "The Motto of the Sorority is to Be Found in Its Name'' 
Publication: "The Litterateur" 



MEMBERS 



Petrea Cabaniss 
Leona Howe 



Bertha Bloodworth 
Oibson Dey 



page two hundred forty-three 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IN 1914 
ETA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1926 

Colors: Yellow and Purple 
Publication : "Nuntius" 



President — Frederiea Roberts Sec'y>Treas. — Polly Ann White 

Vice President — Lynette Thompson Sergeant at Arms — Lynette Thompson 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Olivia N. Dorman Ruth E. Fairman 

Edith West 



KAPPA DELTA PI 

FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IN 1911 
ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1925 
Publication: "Educational Forum" 



President — Mary McCurdie Secretary — Beth Ranson 

Vice President — Mrs. Joe Hall Treasurer — Mrs. W. Rudeger 

Councilor — Mrs. Paul F. Finner 

MEMBERS 

Dawn Latham Beulah Mitchell Mary Clyde Grace 

Mrs. T. C. McKee Clarice Curry Jane Gale 

Mary Elizabeth Orleman Wilda Mack Katherine Miles 



page two hundred forty-four 



PHI ALPHA THETA 

FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS IN 1921 
DELTA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1926 

Colors: Madonna Blue and Madonna Red Flower: Red Rose 

Open Motto : Vox Populi 
Publication: "Star and Serpent" 



President — Mary Emily Parker Sec'y.-Treas. — Kathryn Eckles 

Faculty Adviser — Dr. Annie Popper 

MEMBERS 

Dr. Katherine Abbey Dr. Venila Shores Mary Emily Parker 

Dr. Cotterill Miss Florence Tryon Kathryn Eckles 

Dr. Annie Popper Daisy Parker Dawn Latham 



PI DELTA PHI 

FOUNDED AT CALIFORNIA, STANFORD UNIVERSITY 
OMICRON CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1938 

Colors : Blue, White and Red Flower : Fleur-de-lis 

Publication: "Deux Patries" 



President — Carol Ramage Secretary — Margaret Boteler 

Vice President — Beulah Mitchell Treasurer — Mary Manning- 

Faculty Adviser — Miss Marie Davis 

MEMBERS 

Beth Ranson Dawn Latham 

Clara Stewart Ruth Eyman 

Mabel Rogers 

FACULTY 
Miss Lucy Lester Miss Margaret Campbell 

Miss Madeline Postair Miss Marie Davis 

PLEDGES 
Katherine Bacon Sandra Peckham 

Harriet Kent Betty Russell 



page two hundred forty-five 



PHI KAPPA PHI 

FOUNDED IN 1897 
F.S.C.W. CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1925 



President — Miss Louise Richardson Secretary — Mrs. Dora Skipper 

Vice President — Dr. Margaret R, Sandels Treasurer — Miss 01 ga Larson 
Journal Correspondent — Dr. Dorothy Breen 



Dr. Kathryn Abbey 
Prof. L. S. Barber 
Dr. Raymond Bellamy 
Dr. Dorothy Breen 
Dr. Beulah Briley 
Miss Margaret Campbell 
Miss Martha Chapman 
Dr. Edward Conradi 
Miss Margaret Dasher 



Rebecca Ashton 

Betty Ambler 

Betty Blalock 

Annie Jennings 

Virginia Craig 

Nell Colvin 

Gene Charlotte Kerns 

Petrea Cabaniss 

Emma Randolph Elebash 



IN FACULTATE 

Dr. R. L. Eyman 
Dr. Paul Finner 
Mr. William Joubert 
Miss Clarissa Knight 
Dr. Herman Kurz 
Miss Olga Larson 
Dr. Leland Lewis 
Miss Katherine Montgomery 
Dean Ella S. Opperman 
Miss Myrtis Trueman 

IN COLLEGIO 

Winifred Ewart 
Dawn Latham 
Ruth Rubin 
Betty Orleman 
Carol Ramage 
Frederica Roberts 
Mabel Rogers 
Mary Emilv Parker 



Miss Dorothy Purse 
Miss Louise Richardson 
Dr. Margaret Sandels 
Dr. A. R. Seynour 
Mrs. Dora Skipper 
Prof. E. R. Smith 
Dr. Alban Stewart 
Dr. Jennie Tilt 
Miss Florence Tryon 



Betty Harrison 
Agnes Whittemore 
Marie Swilley 
Betty Hatch 
Agnes Martin 
Gail Kinney 
Eleanor Daniels 
Frances Howell 
Mildred Hill 



OMICRON NU 



FOUNDED AT MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE IN 1912 
PI CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1922 

Colors : Lavender and Pink 
Publication : "Omicron Nu" 



President— Mildred Hull 
Vice President — Ruth Eyman 



Sec 'y--Treas. — Betty Harrison 

Faculty Adviser — Miss Edna Mae Mcintosh 



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SIGMA DELTA PI 

FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN 1919 
ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1935 

Colors: Red, Yellow and Purple Flower: Red Carnation 



President — Frances Howell See'y.-Treas. — Nancy Rigby 

Vice President — Rose Appel Historian — Hazel Donegan 

Faculty Adviser — Dr. Dorothy Breen 

MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Finch Eunice Lasche 

Sandra Peckham Rose Mary Carlton 

Emily Bush 

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Miss Campbell 



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UPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED IN 1937 

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President — Mary Boatwright Treasurer — Elizabeth Meigs 

Vice President — Elva Melvin Corres. Secretary — Julia Burnette 

Secretary — Betty Scott Faculty Adviser — Miss Thompson 

MEMBERS 

Becky Ashton Carol Ramajie 

Dorothy Barr Jane Sharon 

Nell Fain Louise Usher 

Betty Jane Jaco Sara Woodruff 



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ORGANIZATIONS OF WHICH THE COLLEGE IS A MEMBER 



AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES 

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE 

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES FOR WOMEN 

ACCEPTED LIST OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES APPROVED 
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HONORARIES 

Honoraries hold an esteemed place on any campus, particularly so here. 
They show due recognition for work, for brilliance in scholastic lines, and for 
achievement in the girls chosen fields. It is of interest to note that most people 
who attain prominence in campus activities are also members of one or more 
scholastic honoraries. This tends to show well balanced, deep thinking students 
as leaders of student life, and is a compliment to the student body in their choice. 

It may be well to adopt as the qualifications for all honoraries those used 
by Mortar Board, for none more truly expresses the true meaning of any or- 
ganization of this type — in the honoraries particular field — the recognition of 
"scholarship, leadership, and service."' 



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In the annual Thanksgiving Day Game marked by ac- 
curate passing and superb teamwork, the Evens defeated 
the Odds with a score of 38 to 16. 

While the excited spectators cheered, Wood and Prian, 
with the aid of the passing and teamwork of Walton and 
the other players, dropped ball after ball into the basket. 
Before the Odds had settled down to better and surer 
playing their oppenents had stacked up 10 points. Al- 
though they made a heroic rally at the beginning of the 
second quarter, their forwards were so closely guarded 
by the Even players that it was almost impossible for 
them to score. 

The Even line-up was: Marchesseau, captain, Walton, 
Lytle, Wood, Prian. Nolan, Raymond, McKay, Wells, Fryer, 
Parks and Brown. 

The Odds: Captain Watson, B. White. Walker, Clem- 
ents, Corey, Skagseth, Battle, Colburn, N. White, Marwick. 
Sheldon. Cox and Rehbaum. 



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VOLLEYBALL 





VOLLEYBALL 

An excited crowd cheered the final Odd-Even showdown 
in Volleyball, as the Odds edged out the Evens with the 
close score of 29 — 26. 

The Evens scored the first point of the game with a 
swift smash shot by Ash. The Odds, however, confident 
of victory because of their overwhelming successes in 
class games, retaliated with similar fast playing. Although 
the Evens held them off to make it an exciting game, the 
Odds ranked a 14 — 8 score in their favor at half. During 
the second half, the Evens held their own, but failed to 
match the teamwork of the Odds and went down to de- 
feat by the final score of 2 9 — 2 6 with three points spelling 
victory for the red, white and purple. 

Odd team: Captain Williamson. Mobley, Wilson, Lytle, 
Hunt, Thomas. Mohlnar, Moore. Palmer, Rood and 
Fleischer. 

Evens: Captain Thompson, C. Ash, Medlin, Irvine, All- 
derdice, Rogers, Pucker, Babbit, E. Ash, Malphurs, Ezzard 
and Makemson. 





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HOCKEY 

The Evens chalked up a 2 — 1 win over the wearers of 
the Red, White, and Purple in a hard fought hockey game, 
which was filled with exciting plays and characterized by 
long runs. Both teams fought hard during the playing 
periods, and deserve praise for their excellent drives. 

The regular class games were merged into another Odd- 
Even game, in which the Odds had the chance to revenge 
themselves. And they did. The tri-color team downed 
the Green and Gold with a return score of 2 — 1. Paulette 
Nolan made the only goal for the Evens, while on the op- 
posite team Mary Sue Horton, Cornelia Watson, and Fay 
Corey helped the Odds exonerate themselves from their 
former defeat. Two seniors, Betty White and Margaret 
Walcott, made the actual goals which spelled defeat for 
the Evens. 



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SOCCER 





SOCCER 

The annual Odd-Even soccer game ended in a scoreless 
tie. It showed unrewarded effort on the part of both 
teams as neither the Green and Gold, or the Red, White, 
and Purple could get into scoring position. The Odds 
were forced to play a defensive game. Twice, Even sup- 
porters crossed their fingers as their team threatened, but 
the Odds prevented scoring by their excellent passwork. 
Tie games seemed to be a jinx this year. Despite desperate 
playing in the second Odd-Even game, neither team gained 
supremacy. With a final score in black and white of 2 — 2, 
we will have to submerge our class loyalties and call our 
respective soccer teams evenly matched. 




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SWIMMING 







SWIMMING 

"Hawaiian Melody," a water pageant sponsored by the 
Tarpon Club, was a colorful exhibition that showed long 
hours of practice and preparation. Its locale was Hawaii 
in the month of June. Before the action began, Elva Mel- 
vin, the reader, set the scene for the audience by describ- 
ing the situation. The lover, played by Jackie Gates, pad- 
dled his canoe across the water to the village where he 
met his sweetheart, while an island maiden danced for 
them to the music of a guitar and an accordian. 

As they watched the reflections in the water, the swim- 
mers, carrying sparklers and candles, formed the milky 
way, the big dipper, and a six pointed star. A group of 
intermediate swimmers gave a fine exhibition forming 
figures with candles. At last the lovers saw the symbol 
of happiness, the shooting stars, portrayed by Ernestine 
and Virginia Makemson diving from the springboards with 
sparklers in their hands. Having viewed this sign of joy, 
the two lovers departed happily in the canoe amid a gay 
finale of lights and balloons. 



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DANCE 






DANCE 

During Thanksgiving week, a very interesting and beau- 
tiful dance exhibition was given. Miss Moore, the Modern 
Dance instructor, conducted a typical beginners' dance 
class. These beginners were taught steps which had not 
formerly been learned while fond parents and students 
looked on. 

The advanced group demonstrated the different dance 
techniques of four great American interpretive dancers. 
Bunny Lowery showed the technique of Martha Graham, 
which is based on contraction and release. Rita Henry 
and Janet Jewett interpreted Doris Humphrey's principle 
of opposition with elevation and stretches. A group gave 
Charles Weidman's distortion of running and leaping while 
Hanya Holm's lyrical and axial style was demonstrated 
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BASEBALL 







BASEBALL 

History repeated itself this year when the faculty nine 
trounced out a 14 — 9 victory over the student team in 
the annual faculty-student baseball game. The faculty 
team started action in the first two innings by managing 
to eke out two runs while the students failed to score. 

With the students still on the small side of the score, 
the faculty came up in the last of the fifth with Moore 
who swatted out the first homer of the game. The stu- 
dents retaliated in the next frame by sending Hunt to 
bat as she walloped the ball for another homer. 

As the teams went into the ninth frame, the score stood 
at 12 — 9 in favor of the faculty. The students failed in 
their last chance to score, while the faculty chalked up 
two more runs to end the game. 




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MISCELLANEOUS 





MISCELLANEOUS 

Week-ends are filled with extra-curricular activities in an 
effort to relax the serious, study-laden student mind. Ten- 
nis courts and archery ranges are always filled with play- 
ers, while this year the shuffleboard courts have been 
dominated by the faculty. The freshmen proved them- 
selves particularly adept at ping-pong, as Jennie Murph- 
ree won the ping-pong intra-mural. Week-ends at camp 
are often filled with such activities as canoeing, out-door 
cooking, shooting on the rifle range, sleeping, bulling, 
swimming — when it isn't too cold and even then a few 
daring souls go in — and sailing. 






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Bernice Conklin 1928 

Margaret Richards 19 29 

Betty Suhrer 1929 

Betty Wood 1930 

Edna Mattox 19 30 

Betty Bell 1931 

Nancy Lutz 1931 

Marion C. Phillips 1932 

Dorothy Archer 1932 

Helen Geffcken 1932 

Dorothy Hicks 1932 

Buddy Autrey 1933 

Rhea Gallager 1933 

Grace Kirby 1933 

Betty Bailey 1935 

Frances Hurlin 19 3 5 

Felicia West 19 38 



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HISTORY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 
18 8 7 

Higher education began in Florida in 1823, one year after Florida had been organized as a territory, when 
two townships of land, known as seminary lands, were reserved by the General Government for the purpose of 
aiding in the maintenance of two higher educational institutions. Nothing more was done until 1851 when a law 
was passed authorizing the establishment of two seminaries, one on the east and one on the west side of the 
Suwannee River. In 1853 the East Seminary was located at Ocala and the West Seminary at Tallahassee. 

During the Civil War the West Seminary was a military school for men only. It was from this institution 
that the cadets went into the Natural Bridge battle in March of 1865. After 1882 the seminary was made co-edu- 
cational. In 1883 buildings were enlarged, new equipment was purchased, a normal school was established, and 
the number of the faculty was increased to seven. The enrollment was the largest, there being 74 students, 15 of 
which were from outside Leon County. 

In 1887 Professor George M. Edgar became president of the institution and the whole was reorganized. The 
military training was discontinued and the scope of the institution was limited to four years of work : two high 
school and two collegiate. 

Student government was unknown. The catalogue said that the "President and faculty will exercise a whole- 
some supervision over students." Their discipline was described as not harsh but "strict and firm." The title 
of the catalogue at this time was "Catalogue of the Seminary West of the Suwannee River (The Florida State 
Classical and Literary College)". The courses offered were: history, philosophy, pedagogies, mathematics, elocu- 
tion, drawing, Greek, German, natural science, English, French, Latin, commercial science, and high school sub- 
jects. And so by 1887 the school that was to become F. S. C. W. was a flourishing co-educational institution. 



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HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE 
18 9 7 

Eighteen hundred and ninety-seven was the first year that Dr. A. A. Murphree was president of the institu- 
tion. Three courses were offered: classical, literary, and scientific, which extended through four academic years 
and leading to the B.A., B.L., and B.S. degrees respectively. 

Two wings had been added to College Hall (present Ad. Bldg.) and it then "had ample capacity for all 
educational purposes, having 13 well-ventilated study halls for both sexes, a library and reading rooms, class- 
rooms, laboratories, lecture rooms and office for the president and the board of education. 

At this time there were no dormitories and students were accommodated in private homes. Chapel was held 
every morning and all students were required to attend. Church attendance was also compulsory. 

The girls of the college organized a Naturalists' Society and the Murphreean Literary Society. There was 
also a Platonic Debating Society composed of the earnest young gentlemen of the school. 

Later an Alumnae Association and an Athletic Association were formed. The purpose of the latter was : 

1. The harmonious training of the physique of the members by a system of well-directed exercises. 

2. The cultivation of a deeper interest in college athletics among the students. 

At this time Mr. P. I. Williams and Mr. Smith were champions of the cause of women's athletics. In fact it 
was said that they even went so far as to equip a complete hockey team, but Mr. Kellum wouldn't let them have 
any grass to play on. 



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Then came the Buckman Bill, which passed the Senate and House of Representatives by only one vote, and 
consolidated all the small schools of the state into two large ones, the University and the Florida Female College. 
At the time Florida was unique in providing for equal educational advantages for both sexes. It was the aim of 
the college to be a university for women in fact if not in name. 

The campus of the college was described as being located in the suburbs. And indeed there were negro houses 
on College Avenue. The old gym had previously been used as a negro church and school, and the cottages used 
for music studios were negro cottages. 

The catalogue printed the same paragraph in regard to supervision and discipline as it did in 1887. Com- 
pulsory chapel was still held every morning. The catalogue also said, as regards the social life, "The Y. W. C. A.. 
the two literary societies, and the college fraternities will each in its way help to brighten, strengthen, and 
sweeten the womanhood of our country." 

In 1907 Bryan Hall was built to take the place of West Hall which had burned during the Christmas holidays. 



19 9 

Nineteen hundred and nine was Dr. Conradi's first year at the college, 
in that year and the seal bearing the three torches was adopted. 



The first Flastacowo was published 



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In 1912 Reynolds Hall was opened. It contained accommodations for 133 students besides a play room, now 
known as "Rec Hall," the Infirmary, a parlor, and a suite for the matron. 

Church attendance was compulsory and mail was subject to inspection by the president or matron. 

During 1912-13, a system of student government was started under the "Student Government Association." 
Officers of this organization were supervised by a committee of faculty members. In the records of cases, one 
case is described in which a girl was restricted to the campus because she wore a skirt split up the side. 

In 1915 there were no trees in front, nor any vines on the Ad. Building. The streets were not paved, and 
the big, wide circle had not been laid out. There was a stepping stone for getting in and out of carriages and 
buggies in front of the Ad. Building. 

At this time the mail was placed in a wire basket in the tiny post office and bookstore at the south end of 
the main hall. One girl would stand on a chair and call out the names while the rest stood around to grab their 
letters. It was known as "mail call." 

According to the college paper the favorite restriction of student government was eampusing. There were 
endless petty rules. Up to 1926 it was an offense to leave the campus, even in the day time, without signing up. 
Nobody was allowed to go to town on Saturdays because of the great crowds of negroes that came to trade. A 
teacher or a matron was required for chaperon for students who wished to go to town at nights. Everyone lined 
up and marched up and down College Avenue to church on Sunday mornings. Students had regular places to 
sit in the dining room and a girl was called before Student Government for cutting breakfast three times, ac- 
cording to old records. 

The Class of 1916 gave the gates at the College Avenue entrance, and the Classes of 1915 and 1917 presented 
the fountain in front of the Ad. Building. 

During the period from 1916 to 1920 no annual was published because the girls were busy putting all their 
spare time and money into war work. Between classes they made bandages, canned, pickled, and dried the garden 
products. 

Troops often came through the town. A regiment from Texas came through Hallowe'en and their officers 
brought them out to the college. They marched through the dining room just at supper time while the girls 
cheered and sang war songs. 

An epidemic of "flu" was raging in the town. Everyone who was well helped nurse and make soup. 

The report of the Armistice was celebrated three days before it really came out. That evening the girls 
marched up and down College Avenue "400 strong" and when they got to Monroe Street, the cheer leader, Gladys 
Morris Williams, stood up on an old truck in front of the drug store and led them in songs and yells. 



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HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE 
19 2 7 

During the period from 1921 to 1925 many new buildings were finished. Among these were Science Hall, 
Broward, and Jennie Murphree. 

Camp Flastacowo was made available in 1924, the girls themselves earning a large part of the money for the 
construction of the building. Tag days were held. One student said she painted a barn to get money for the camp. 

In 1925 the first unit of the library was built and an addition to Reynolds was completed. 

In 1926 a pipe organ costing $32,000 was installed in the auditorium. This was also the first year in which 
students were allowed to play cards in the dormitories. 

In 1927 the first unit of Gilchrist was ready for use. It was the first year the Fealty ceremony took place 
instead of the Freshman-Junior wedding. 

The Board of Control authorized the building of a new gymnasium. 

It was also the first year of the Junior Prom with men for guests and partners in the dancing. The enroll- 
ment had increased to 1434 with a faculty of 129, 30 of whom held degrees above that of Masters. 

19 3 7 

Much remodeling and additional wings were added in this decade. The History Building, now the largest 
academic building on campus, was built in 1927 and added to in 1931. The Education Building was modernized 
in 1927. In this same year the Home Management House was built. It is provided for the use of advanced 
students in home economics, that they may secure experience in the management of a well-ordered home. 

A new wing was added to Gilchrist in 1928. In 1929 the Physical Education Building was constructed with 
the most modern equipment available. It includes lockers, showers, swimming pool, basketball court, remedial 
room, and offices for the instructors of the department. This same year the library was added to and remodeled. 
The Green House (1930) furnishes facilities for sprouting and growing plants for the collage campus and farm. 
In 1931 the Central Heating Plant was built with the view of adding to it later when the demand makes such 
addition necessary. The Dining Hall was remodeled in 1932. It has four entrances, each connected with residence 
halls by a covered arcade. The food service department was made as modern as possible. The Westcott Building 
was rebuilt on the north end in 1936. 

By this time students were permitted to go to town during the day without chaperonage and without sign- 
ing out. The dating restrictions were lessened, freshmen being allowed an average of two per week, sophomores 
three, juniors four, and seniors unlimited. The enrollment had increased to almost 1800, and the social sororities 
on campus numbered seventeen. 



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19 3 9 

The enrollment was 1845 with a faculty of 27."). Those who were unable to get rooms in the dormitories 
lived in off-campus houses in which the same restrictions as the dormitories had were carried out. Students were 
still unable to stay out after 10:30 on week nights and 11:30 on Saturday and Friday nights; freshmen were still 
unable to have dates unless accompanied by another student of P. S. G. W. ; students were still required to sign 
in and out of dances (at which there was a special permission required before they could stay out until 12:20). 
Senior Hall was started in 1938. This was a great step in advancement of dating regulations, since those selected 
to live here are permitted unlimited dating with no restrictions regarding dates or conduct or cutting classes. 

The fall of 1938, many new buildings were started. The Student-Alumnae Building, new dining room, in- 
firmary, and dormitory (known as "the new dorm") are as yet incomplete. 

The College Government Association promises changes in restrictions next year. Some of the out-dated rules 
will doubtless be eliminated, and further changes be made to make F. S. C. W. an even better and more modern 
college. 



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Page 

Dr. Edward Conradi 10, 21 

Dr. Kathryn T. Abbey 29 

Prof. Karl Ahrendt 33 

Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend 28 

Dr. Elizabeth G. 

Andrews 22, 36 

Miss Rebecca G. Averill. ... 34 
Dr. Win. M. Barrows, Jr. 34 

Mrs. Lucile G. Bass 27 

Prof. Henry F, Becker 28 

Miss ('larine Belcher 29 

Dr. Raymond Bellamy 36 

Dr. Mildred I. Boliek 37 

Miss Elizabeth Blanding.. 2S 
Dr. Dorothy L. R. Breen 32 

Dr. Benlah B. Briley 27 

Mrs. Margaret Bristol .... 36 

Mrs. Mary H. Buford 37 

Mr. Delmar A. Bugelli 28 

Dr. Margie Burks 32 

Miss Margaret V. 

Campbell 32 

Miss Lillian C. 

Canfield 24 

Miss Martha G. Chapman.. 28 

Dr. R. S. Cotterill 29 

Prof. Walter Ruel Cowles.. 33 

Miss Marie Davis 32 

Miss H. Bernice Deetz 30 

Dr. Mark H. DeGraff 27 

Dr. Ezda M. Deviney 37 

Dr. Guy L. Diffenbauiih 28 



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Dr. Dorothy R. Disher 36 

Dr. W. G. Dodd 23, 28 

Dr. Eleanor F. Dolan 35 

Miss Myrtle E. Dolbee 32 

Dr. Olivia N. Dorman 23. 26 

Mr. S. R. Doyle 22 

Dr. Ralph L. Eyman 23 27 

Miss Ruth E. Fairnian 26 

Miss Gladys Fawley 28 

Miss Mildred Finnegan 32 

Dr. Paul F. Finner 36 

Miss Grace I. Fox 34 

Miss Inez Frink 27 

Dr. R. L. Goulding 27 

Dr. Viola Graham 35 

Miss Eleanor V. Green 20 

Mr. Oval S. Harrison 30 

Dr. Marion J. Hav 27 

Dr. C, P. Heinlein 36 

Miss Mildred F. Henry 28 

Dr. Helen Hewitt 33 

Dr. M. R. Hinson 27 

Miss Mary Noka Hood 24. 37 
Miss Ramona Jorgensen .... 33 

Mr. Wni. H. Joubert 27 

Mr. J. G. Kellum 22 

Dr. Herman Kurz 25 

Miss Olga Larson 32 

Miss Ruth Evelyn Lehman 34 

Miss Lucy Lester 32 

Dr. L. J. Lewis 25 

Dr. Anna Forbes Liddell ... 33 



Pa pre 

Miss E. Elizabeth Lynn 34 

Miss L. Edna Mabon 33 

Miss Marjorie Mayer 34 

Miss Edna Mae Mcintosh.. 20 
Miss Mary Helen McKean.. 2S 

Miss Isabel McKinnell 25 

Mr. Royal Mattice 27 

Miss Sara D. Meador 20 

Mrs. Mary M. Meginniss .... 33 

Mrs. Lou E. W. Miller 28 

Mr. Robert D. Miller 33 

Miss Katherine W. 

Montgomery 34 

Miss Claudia Moore 34 

Dr. Coyle E. Moore 36 

Miss Kemper M. Moore 37 

Miss Mary Elizabeth 

Mooty 24 

Dean Ella S. Opperman 23, 33 

Miss Zadie L. Phipps 33 

Dr. Annie M. T. Popper 20 

Miss Madeleine Postaire .... 32 

Dr. Nita K. Pyburn 27 

Miss Mary Emily Reeder. . 33 
Dr. Harold F. Richards... 34 
Miss Louise Richardson .... 31 
Miss Mary Luella Richey 27 

Miss Etta L. Robertson 33 

Dr. Carmen Rogers 28 

Dr. W. H. Rogers 28 

Dr. Margaret R. Sandels... 23 



Page 
Mrs. Christine B. 

Scarborough 36 

Miss Ruth O. Schornherst 25 

Dr. Victoria Schnck 35 

Mr. Owen F. Sellers 33 

Miss Mary B. Settle 34 

Dr. A. R. Seymour 32 

Dr. Paul W. Shankweiler... 36 

Dr. Venila L. Shores 20 

Mrs. Dora S. Skipper 27 

Prof. E. R. Smith 22, 32 

Dr. Hazel A. Stevenson 28 

Dr. Alban Stewart 24 

Mrs. Cecile Strong 33 

Miss S. Elizabeth Thomson 37 

Miss Helen A. Thrush 24 

Dr. Jennie Tilt 25, 28 

Prof. Earl L. Vance 31 

Miss Leila Venable 20 

Miss Gertrude Vermillion.. 25 

Dr. Hugh L. Waskom 36 

Mrs. Katherine K. Weed ... 31 

Miss Edith W. West 26 

Dr. Sarah Parker White .... 30 

Miss Emily P. Wilburn 30 

Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams 24 

Miss Sallie Williams 30 

Miss Mary E. AVinslow 33 

Dr. Louise R. Witmer 36 

Miss Lulu Margaret Wyly 37 
Miss Sadie G. Young 27 



STUDENT INDEX 



Pase 

Acker, Laura June 101 

Adamo, Mary Frances 119 

Adaino, Vivian Elizabeth. ...110 
Adams. Harriett Roberta. ...110 

Adams, Hazel 43 

Adams. Lillian Elizabeth. ...110 
Adams, Marv Katherine....ll9 

Adams. Sarah E 43 

Adams, Sarah Vivian 101 

Ahem. Grace Edith 101 

Ahlsweh, Vivian Marie 101 

Akerman, Emily Caroline.. 101 

Alagood, Hilda 101 

Albright, Barbara Louise.. ..119 
Alford, Mary Myers 101. 222 

Alfriend. Anne Gordon 119 

Alissandratos, Mary 

Katherine 119 

Allderdice, Lillian Adelaide 83 

Allen. Anna Marie 119 

Allen Genevieve 119 

Allen. Mary 83 

Allen, Virginia Caroline 43 

Allied, Mary Jewel 101 

Allied. Nancy E 119 

Alma Mater 80 

Alpha Chi Alpha 243 

Alpha Chi Omega .... 168, 160 

Alpha Delta Pi 170, 171 

Alpha Gamma Delta 172, 173 

Alpha X. Delta 174. 175 

Alvarez, Carmen 101 

Aly, Edith Rose 110 

Ambler. Betty 43 

Anderson, Alma Louise 119 

Anderson, Barbara Anne. 101 
Anderson, Carrie Louise. .110 

Anderson, Doris lone 83 

Anderson, Evelyn Mae 43 

Anderson, Jane Alvira 83 

Anderson, Martha 100. 101 

Anderson. Martha 

Rebecca 101 

Anderson, Mary Louise 101 

Anderson, Sadie 43 



Pase 

Angas, Elizabeth Gale 110 

Angel, Martha Ann 119 

Appel, Rose 43 

Archer, Ruth Evangeline.. 83 

Armistead, Helen 101 

Armistead, Maxine 119 

Arnold, Alice Lucile 119 

Arnold, Beatrice 83 

Arnold, Saidee Mae 101 

Arnow, Martha Grace 119 

Asburv. Ruth 119 

Ash, Evelyn Ruth 119 

Asbmore, Mary Josephine 101 
Ashton. Julia 

Rebecca 42, 43, 142, 143, 262 
Askew. Georgia Aurelia .. .101 

Astronomy Club 224 

Atherton, Audrey 

Lorraine 110 

Atkinson, Mary Louise ....119 
Atkinson. Ruth 

Scott 144, 145, 44, 213 

Auditing Committee 231 

Ausley, Helen Saxon 119 

Austin, Avalee 44 

Avant. Gertrude Amelia .... 83 
Ayala. Imogene Helen 101 

Babbit. Juliet 119 

Babers, Mary Gray 101 

Bacon, Dorothy Jean 119 

Bacon. Katherine 44 

Badger, Leila Blanche 44 

Baggott. Mamie Ruth 83 

Bagley, Evelyn Frances .... 44 
Bail. Grace Vasco .... 118, 119 
Bailes, Martha Elizabeth.. 44 
Baker, Catherine Louise. .101 

Baker, Danner 146. 147. 44 

Baker, Margaret Gilchrist 120 

Baker, Mary-Elizabeth 101 

Baker, Mary Elizabeth 101 

Baker, Susy Edna 83 

Baldwin, Ellen Louise 120 

Balkom, Virginia 100 



Page 

Ballard, Doris E 44 

Ballenger, Martha Palmer 83 
Ballon, Helen Charlotte ....120 
Bannerman, Mabel Irene 102 
Baptist Student 

Organization 226 

Barefoot, Inez 102 

Barfield, Virginia Blanche 120 

Barnard, Ethel Marian 83 

Barnes. Marysue 120 

Barone. Josephine 83 

Barr, Dorothv 

Rose ....148, 149, 42, 45, 263 

Barrett, Mary Agnes 120 

Barron, Ruth Virginia .... 45 

Barrow, Emily Hand 120 

Bartless. Charlotte Turner 83 

Barton. Louise M 258 

Baseball 258 

Bash, Rosemary 102 

Basket Ball 252 

Bassett, Clara Elizabeth 120 

Bates, Carol Christine 120 

Bates, Fairfax 120 

Battey, Frances Katherine 102 

Battle, Frances Eileen 102 

Baughn, Kathryn Eloise ..102 

Bavless, Evelyn Mae 45 

Beall, Ileta 120 

Beaver, Harriet Esther ....102 
Beck, Elizabeth Gladys ...120 

Beekman, Julia Inez 45 

Beckstrom, Barbara 120 

Beckstrom, Mildred 

Eleanor 102 

Bell, Iris Yvonne 83 

Bennett, Annis C 45 

Bennett, Mabel Sieber 83 

Bennett. Margaret 120 

Benson, Joel Harriet 120 

Benson, Kitty 45 

Benson, Marjorie C 45 

Benton, Helen 120 

Berger, Margaret 

Elizabeth 120 



Page 
Berry Jeannette Welch ...120 

Beta Phi Alpha 176, 177 

Bettes, Carol Frances 120 

Bibb, Marylila 120 

Biggs. Betty Ann 120 

Binnicker. Ruth 120 

Bird. Caroline Pickens ...120 
Bischoff, Lena Margaret... 84 

Bitz. Melanie 120 

Black. Amelia Lee 102 

Black. Fern Mae 102 

Blair. Elizabeth 102 

Blalock. Elizabeth A 45 

Blaloek, Mary Theo 120 

Blanding, Suetta 120 

Blanton, Edna Merle 84 

Blanton, Jewell Rucelle ....102 
Bloodworth, Bertha 

Ernestine 102 

Blnme. Adrienne 

Marguerite 120 

Board of Control 20 

Boatwright, Mary Clayton 46 
Bogart, Mary Catherine.. ..120 
Boland, Marjorie 

Elizabeth 102 

Bolton, Audrey Elizabeth 121 

Bond, Bertha Heeth 121 

Bonniwell. Mary Louise ...121 

Booth, Eunice Marie 121 

Booth. Vivian Constance.. .121 
Boozer. Elizabeth Ollever.. 84 

Boromei, Yolanda 121 

Boteler, Margaret 

Elizabeth 46 

Bowman, Doris Eloise 46 

Bowman, Eunice Claire 121 

Bowness, Lillian Jean 102 

Boyton, Sara Lee 121 

Bradford. Emma Whitaker 46 

Bradley, Lillian Pearl 46 

Bradley, Margaret 

Elizabeth 102 

Bragg. Elizabeth Ellen ...121 
Brandon, Martha Bailev....l21 



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STUDENT INDEX Continued 



Pase 
Brandt, Patricia Jean 102 
Brauer, Naomi Judith 1-1 
Brewer, Plorrie Estelle 102 
Brewer, Grace Dorothy S4 
Brinson, Carolyn Bailey....l02 
Brinson, Mildred Smith ...102 
Britton, Margaret .lean ... S4 

Brook, Alma Juanita S4 

Brook, Carmen Opal -1(1 

Brooks, Nelwyn Mignonne -Hi 

Brooks, Virginia 121 

Broward. Dorothy Isabel. -Mi 
Brown, ('arose Adams ...102 

Brown. Catherine 102 

Brown. Ethel Elizabeth ...121 

Brown. Iva Eileen 121 

Brown. Jamie Cochran .... 84 
Brown. Mary Dana ... ....121 

Brown, Menton 102 

Brown, Roberta 47 

Brown, Sarah Edith 47 

Browne. Eleanor Doris .... 47 

Brownsteen. Marie 121 

Broyles, Martha Florence.. 84 
Brnnson, Frances 

Elizabeth 47 

Bryan. Blanche 121 

Bryan, Elberta Eugenia ....103 

Bryan. Mae Genevieve 121 

Bryan. Mary Pinckard ...121 
Bryan, Nancy Katherine.... 47 

Bryan. Nell 121 

Bryant, Margaret Marie ....103 

Bryant, Sarah Duke 121 

Buckley, Louise R 121 

Buckner, Elizabeth Jane ....121 

Budget Committee 231 

Buechly, Ruth Davis 47 

Buettner. Evelyn M. 121 

Burger, Florence Louise ....121 

Burnett, Betty 121 

Burnett, Mittie Aline 103 

Burnett. Julia 47. 262 

Burns. Mary Louise 103 

Bush. Alice Emily 47 

Bush. Marion 103 

Bush. Nina Pearl 121 

Bushell, Miriam June 103 

Butler, Corinne Morehead 103 

Cabaniss, Petrea 

Elizabeth 48, 212 

Cahoon, Doris Annette .... 84 

Caldwell. Mary Louise 122 

( 'ameron, Ma r,ga ret 

Elizabeth 103 

Camp, Kathryn Nell 103 

Campbell. Doris Sharit .... 84 
Campbell. Hope Simone 

Celeste 84 

Campbell. Judy F 122 

Campbell, Mary Frances. ... 4S 

Campbell, Myrtle 103 

Cappleman, Betty Louise. .122 

Carlton, Mary 122 

Carlton, Rose Mary 84 

Carnes, Elizabeth 

McElman 103 

Carrie, Janice Louise 122 

Carter. Doris Mae 122 

Carter, Mary Hanley 103 

Case, Mary Elizabeth 103 

Cashen, Betty Valentine .... 48 

Castellano, Marie 48 

Causey. Elizabeth 48 

Chalker. Mary Phillips 84 

Chapman. Mary Ann 48 

Chazal, Mary Hester 103 

Chi Delta Phi ....243 

Chi Omega 178, 179 

Chitty, Verner Christine.... 48 
Choate, Caroline Nancy ....122 
Christian. Priscilla Mabry 103 
Christie, Margaret Idolla 103 
Christie. Welda Frances. ...103 
< 'Li mi. Mary 

Margaret 100, 103 

Clark. Blanche 122 



Pase 
Clark, Mrs. Blanche 

Walker 122 

Clark, Virginia 

Alexandria 122 

Classical club 218 

Clements, Ellen Louise 122 

Clements. Frances Mae .... 48 

Clements, Margaret 

La Rue 103 

Clifton. Joyce Louise 49 

('line. Beulah Mavoureen 122 
('lower, Virginia Lorene....l22 

Cobb, Mary Beulah 122 

Cochran. Mary Martha 84, 224 

Cody. Sarah Isabelle 103 

Cot'er, Frances Elizabeth 103 

Cogburn, Susie Emma 49 

Coghlan. Louessie 103 

Coker, Lucille 122 

Cole, Betty Mabel 103 

Cole. Evelyn B 122 

Coleman. Mary Honor 49 

Colley, Frances Laurette 122 
Collins, Carolyn Bena 82, 84 

Collins, Eileen 122 

Collins. Mary Megargee.... 85 
Colvin, Frances Elinor .... 49 
Combee. Gladys Evelyn ....122 
Compton, Elizabeth 

Jeanette 49 

Cone, Annette 103 

Ccne, Emily Ruth 104 

Cone. Fred P 20 

Cone. Fred P 20 

Conine, Barbara Mitchell 104 

Council, Mary Helen 104 

Connolly, Mercedes Ann.. 104 
Constantine, Carmen 

Cecelia 122 

Conway, Winnie Olive 49 

Cook. Bernice Jean 122 

Cook, Janet Vera 49 

Cook, Peggy 122 

Cooper, Eileen 122 

Cooper, Lois Mary 122 

Cooper, Lula Powell 122 

Copeland, Jean 122 

Corbett, Letitia 

Boss 50, 85, 283 

Corey, Fay Lucille 50 

Gotten, Eleanor Lucille .... 50 

Cotillion Club 234 

Courtney, Jeny Lucille ....122 

Cox, Emma Carolyn 122 

Cox, Jennie Laura 104 

Cox. Mary Ruth 123 

CragO, Ann Elizabeth 123 

Craig, Wilton Virginia 50 

Cralle, Gracye H. 123 

Crawford, Helen Pauline 123 
Crews. Essie Marguerite ...104 

Crews. Jeanne Miriam 104 

Crosby. Louise 

Webster US, 123 

Cross, Mary Kathryn 123 

Crouch, Lucille Marie 104 

Crown, Ethel G 123 

( 'ruger, Flossie 

Genevieve 123 

Culbreath, Katherine Sue 123 

Curd. Jane Frances 123 

Cureto, Constance Marie 104 

Curran, Dailia Isabel 85 

Curran, Madelaine Irma 104 

Curry. Margaret Kay 123 

Curtis, Eminett Louise 123 

Cushing, Frances Anne ...104 

Dabney, Helen Knight 104 

Dance 257 

Dale. Lenora Barbara 104 

Dale, Marline Jenette 123 

Dale, Pauline Annie 257 

Daniel, Dorothy 104 

Daniel, Edith Wilson 50 

Daniel. Frances Nell 123 

Daniel, Mary Sue 123 



I 'ae;e 
Daniells, Eva Georgene 123 
Daniels. Mary Elizabeth ...104 

D. A. B 223 

Darracott. Anna Claire 123 
Daughtrey, Frances 

Catherine 123 

Davidson, Margaret 12.", 

Davis. Esther Brown 12.", 

Davis, Eunice 104 

Davis. Martha Walker ...123 

Davis, Shirley Weston 85 

Day, Isabel Gwendolyn ....104 

Day, Mary Virginia 104 

Day Students 209 

Dean, Mary Ellen 12:: 

Deaver, Mary Brice 123 

Debate Committee 22S 

Decker, Evelyn Gray 123 

De Haven, Anna Laura 123 

Dekle, Lenoir Elizabeth. ...123 

Dell. Olive 123 

Delta Delta Delta .... 180, 181 
Delta Phi Epsilon .... 182, 183 

Delta Zeta 184, 185 

De Loach, Agnes Stiggins.. 50 
De Long, Millred Jordan 123 
De Milly. Annie 

Elizabeth 104 

Dennis. Minna Sherwood.. 85 
Dexter, Margaret Louise. .124 

Dey, Gibson Lewis 51 

Diaz. Marguerite 124 

Dickinson, Juanita 51. 124 

Dickson, Adelaide 124 

Diffenderfer. Meta Lois....l04 

Dismukes. Kathleen 124 

Disselkoen, Jeanette Marie 124 

Distaff 212 

Doman, Barbara Agnes ....104 
Donegan, Bessie Hazel .... 51 
Donnelly, Dorothy Mary.. ..104 

Dorner, Doris 104 

Douglas, Frances 

May 51. 150, 151 

Douglass. Louise 

Elizabeth 85 

Dowling. Mary Virginia.... 85 

Downs, Madelyn Ruth 124 

Draughon, Sophie 85 

Dressier. Marguerite Ruth 104 

Dull, Fredie Elaine 124 

Duncan. Mary Boiling 124 

Duncan, Mary Louise 51 

Duncan. Sara Elizabeth....l24 

Dunn. Virginia Allen 124 

Dunsford. Ellis Aline 51 

Dunsford, Ruth Helen ......105 

Dunstan. Ruby 85 

Dye, Elizabeth Jane 124 

Dye, Nyna Virginia 124 



Eberhardt. Ann Louise .... 
Edwards, Caroline 

Williams 

Edwards, Martha Ann 

Edwards, Mary Irene 

Ef finger, Carlota Seale 

Elebash, Emma Randolph 
Elkins. Mrs. Ruth 

McKeown 

Ellis, Mildred Katherine 

Ellis, Sarah Viola 

Emmanuel, Helen 

Beatrice 

Engel, Erma Augusta 

Ervin, Carolyn Grace 85. 

Erwin, Mary Kate 

Erwin. Rachel Morrison.... 
Esslinger, Elizabeth Julia 

Esteren 

Eta Sigma Phi 

Evans. Bettie Mae 105. 

Evans, Cynthia Avery 

Evans. Junne Louise 

Evans. Veola 

Everett. Allefair 

Ewart, Winifred 

Josephine 52, 152, 



124 

85 
51 

105 
52 



124 

85 

124 

52 

105 

105 

Kir, 

124 

237 

244 

124 

124 

85 

52 

105 

153 



Pase 
Executive Council of 

C. (J. A 202 

Eyman, Ruth Louise 52, 263 
Ezzard. Elizabeth 124 

"F" Club 220 

Faculty Directory 39 

Fain, Nelle DeMilly 52 

Faircloth. Margaret 

Elizabeth 124 

Farmer, Martha Frances.... 85 

Farris. Evelyn 124 

Faulds, Jeanette 124 

Feigenbaum. Rose Lee 80 

Feinberg, Rosalie 80 

Felkel, Jeanne 105 

Fender, Marian Virginia 105 

Ferguson, Meriba Helen... 5:5 

Ferguson, Ruth 124 

Ferran, Betty Ann 105 

Ferrell, Ruth 124 

Fetner, Mary Frances 124 

Fillingim, Doris Evamae.... 53 

Fink, Raela Pauline 124 

Finlayson. Wilda 

Marshburn 86 

Finney, Mary Sahoy 86 

Fisher. Ruth Guard 53 

Fishier. Margaret Grace.... 53 
Fitzpatrick. Louie Long.... 53 

Flambeau 213 

Flastaeowo 214. 215 

Fleet. Lillian 86 

Fleischer, Dolores 

Emma 100. 105 

Fletcher. Mabel 53 

Fletcher. Nolia Ann 124 

Flow. Alice Lucile 86 

Floyd. L. Maurine 125 

Floyd, Margaret Louise 125 

Floyd. Mary Eleanor 125 

Folsoni. Martha Elizabeth 105 

Ford. Kitty Browne 86 

Ford. May Belle 86 

Foster. Harriet Howland....l25 

Foster. Mary Claire 125 

Fowler. Hazel Helene 125 

Francis, Geraldine 125 

Freeling, Marion Lillian... .125 

Freer, Eleanor Haskins 53 

Freshman Advisory 

Council 204 

Freshman Class Officers. ...118 

Frink, Lucian Freddie 53 

Friscia, Angelina 54 

Frye. Margery ...125 

Fryer, Beulah Frances 82. so 

Fugate. Eulalie 105 

Fuguitt, Rozella 105 

Fuller. Sarah Seward 105 

Fulmer, Weleska Lee 54 

Gaines, Willyne Elizabeth so 
Gallemore, Sara Emily ...ion 

Gallespie, Patty Ann 125 

Galloway, Olive Valeria. ...125 

Gait. Kathryn 125 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 240 

Gamble, Elizabeth Jane 105 

Gammon, Roberta Carter.. 54 

Garcia, Hilda 125 

Garrett, Hazel Irene 125 

Garrett. Mary Louise 118, 125 

Gaskin, Florence 105 

Gaston. Elise 105 

Gates, Leoline Sue 54 

Gautier, Claire Virginia ... 54 

Gautier, Linnie Lou ion 

Gay, Pearl Elizabeth SO 

Geiger, Doris 54 

Geiger, Sara Margaret 125 

Gerrish. Evelyn Elizabeth 125 
Giersch, Elizabeth Dent....l25 

Gilbert, Bessie Inez 125 

Gilbert. Jenn 105 

Gill. Grace Beverly 54 

Gill. Harriet Ellen SO 

Gillespie, Lillian 54 



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STUDENT INDEX Continued 



Page 

Gillette, Camilla B 86 

Ginther, Ossie Pearl .125 

Glass. Mary Eugenia 35 

Glee Club ...217 

Gleason, Dorothy Adele ...125 

Glickman, Rosalie ...125 

Gnann, Virginia V ion 

Gober, Mary Lord 55. 223 

Gcdard, Sarah Etheridge 125 

Godbey, Emily Jane 125 

Godwin, Alma 

Hollingsworth so 

Gold. Louise ...105 

Gordon, Mary Evelyn 105 

Gordon. Mary Louise 106 

Gordy, Kathryn Amelia .... so 
Goyke, Maxine Margaret 125 
Graham, Katherine 

McCreery 87 

Grantham, Blanche 

Tallulah 125 

Grantham, Jovel 106 

Grantham, Miriam Alcona 125 

Graves. Betty 87 

Gray, Mary Elizabeth 100 

Gray, Nelda 106 

Green. Frances 87 

Green. Virginia 125 

Greenleaf, Mary 

Josephine 106 

Greer. Evelyn Lois 87 

Gregory, Florence 1' 87 

Grier, Margaret Campbell 120 

Griffin. Coleta 126 

Griggs, Elizabeth Inez 126 

Griley, Elizabeth Girard... 55 

Grimes, Helen Belle 126 

Grimes, Mary Glenn ST 

Grimes. Virginia Claire 126 

Griner, Carolyn Elizabeth 126 
Grinnell, Marion 

Evelyn 82, 87 

Grissett. Carolyn ST 

Groover, Jewell 55 

Grus, Beatrice 55 

Guest. Kathlee 126 

Gnnn, Lois Iona 126 

Guthrie, Dorothy Lee 126 

Guy, Jane 106 

Guy, Miriam Denny 126 

4-H Club 222 

Hack, Esther Rowland 126 

Hadesman, Rita M 126 

Hady, Joan ST. 126 

Hague, Martha 55 

Hale. Marie Elodie 106 

Haley, Sydney Ann 126 

Hall. Carolyn 126 

Ilallowes. Harriet Brown 12<; 
Hamilton. Virginia Irene 106 
Hamilton, .lean Margaret.. ST 

Hampton. Mae 100 

Handbook Committee 231 

Hansen, Ruth G 55 

Harbin, Margaret 

( 'hristine 106 

Hardee. Audrey 126 

Hardee. Mary Celeste 126 

Harden, Mary Isabel 55 

Hardy. Ouida Roberta 106 

Harkins, Catherine Esther 106 

Harless. Isabel Brown 126 

Harman, Georgia Yvonne 106 
Harmony. Margaret 

Louise 126 

Harper. Cecelia Virginia 12(1 
Harris, Carolyn Ruth 100. 106 

Harris, Ruby Nell 106 

Harris, Susie Louise 56 

Harrison, Allison 

Elizabeth 106, 263 

Harrison. Elizabeth 

Burwell r>6 

Harrison. Mary 

Elizabeth ..." 106 

Hart, Barbara Bernice 126 



Page 
Hartshorne, Enid Holton 120 
Haselton, Barbara 

Clymene 126 

Ilaskins. Eleanor Hume. .126 

Hatch, Doris Mamie 100 

Hatch, Helen Hetty 56 

Hawkins. Doris .lane .106 

Hawkins. Sarah Irma 126 

Heard, Jane Helen 126 

Hearin, Margaret Louise 126 

Hearon, Mildred Ruth 87 

Heidi, Jennie Elizabeth 12T 
Helvenston, Frances 

( 'ordelia 12T 

Henderson, Bobbie Jo 12T 

Henderson. Daisy Wall ....106 

Hendrix, Joan 106 

Hendry. Edna Sue 106 

Henley, Helen Blondelle 12T 

Henry, Madge Aldine 106 

Henry, Reba Kathleen .... 87 

Henry. Rita May 87 

Herring. Frances Voncile.. 87 
Hess, Margaret Virginia.... 56 

Hetsch, Dorothy Hall 106 

Hicklin, Margaret 

Virginia 127 

Hickman, Dorothy 

Marylyn 127 

Hicks, Martha 107 

Highsmith, Beatrice 

Elizabeth 56 

Higley, Emma Jean 127 

Hill, Eddie 127 

Hill. Mildred Ethelyn 56 

Hinckley. Joyce Powell 56 

Hines. Tiny Hope 127 

Hinsey. Hazel Rebecca .... 56 

Hobbs, Helen 127 

Hobby. Ruth Idell 57 

Hobson, Alice Loretta 107 

Hockey 254 

Hodges, Bonnie Jean 57 

Hodges, Frances Jean 57 

Hodgsom, Julia Moffatt.... 57 

Hoffman, Dorothy P 57 

Hoffman. Helen Ruth 107 

Hoffman. Myrtle Mae 107 

Hogan, Kathleen Winston 127 

Hogan, Mamie Laura 127 

Holding, Lucy Beth 107 

Holley. Alice Elizabeth ....107 

Holliday. Jeanette 127 

Holloway, Jean Idella 107 

Hollowell. Dorothy Louise 127 

Home Economics Club 216 

Hood, Lucille Kathryn 127 

Horney, Nancy Trotter .... 87 

Horton, Betty Lou 107 

Horton. Mary Sue 107 

Ilouehard, Xatalee Fern.... 88 

House. Dorothy Mae .127 

Howard. Bobbie Josephine 57 
Howard. Imogene Louise 107 

Howard. Jean Delight 127 

Howe. Leona 

Anjaletta 57, 263 

Howell. Sarah Frances .... 57 

Howze. Frances E 127 

Huber. Mary Elizabeth ...107 

Hudgings, Peggy 127 

Hudson, Margaret Vallea 107 
Hushes. Anna Williams ....127 

Hughes, Helen Hilda 58 

Hughes, Lois Margaret .... 58 

Hughes, Mable Lee 127 

Hughes, Margaret 

Elizabeth 58 

Hughs, Dorothy Pitchford 127 

Hunt, Valerie Virginia 5S 

Hunter. Elizabeth Vernon 127 

Hunter. Davene 127 

Hunter. Mary Knight 127 

Hunter, Zonira Ella 88 

Hurston, Floris Eleanor.. .127 

Hussey, Evelyn 88 

Hyatt, Bettye Jane 127 

Hynian, Selma 107 



Page 

Infinger, Mary Edna 127 

Ingermann, Betty Lou 58 

Inman, June Frances 107 

In Memoriam 40 

International Relations 

Club 232 

Irsch, Mary Louise 5.S 

Irvine, Ruth Katherine .... 58 

Irwin, Nona Lee 107 

Italian Club 224 

Ives. Ethel Louise 128 

Jackson, Margaret Nelson 59 
Jackson. Virginia .Line 5s. 263 

Jaco, Betty Jane 88 

Jacoby, Jean Henrietta .... 5!) 

Jacoby, Sylvia Ruth 107 

Jaeckel, Nellie Anita 88 

James, Gwendolyn 

Adrienne 128 

Jenkins. Selma 12S 

Jennings, Annie 59 

Jensen, Katie Jean 12S 

Jernigan, Louise 59 

Jessup, Marjorie 

Robertson 88 

Jett. Ena Faye 88 

Jewett, Janet 

Weathers 82, 88 

Jewett. Marion Anne 107 

Jewish Woman's 

< >rganization 233 

Johns, Rega Zje 128 

Johns, Wilnia Roberta 107 

Johnson. Carolynn Stuart 128 

Johnson, Helen < hire 107 

Johnson, Janie Ruth ...128 

Johnston. Anna Lee ..128 

Johnston, Doris 128 

Johnston, Frances 

Edmundson 88 

Johnston, Jean 59 

Jones, Anne Harrison 107 

Jones, Ella Maude 128 

Jones, Florence 

Catherine 59 

Jones, Mildred Means 107 

Jones. Myrle Hazel 59 

Jones, Ouida Merle 128 

Joyce, Eileen Margaret ... 107 

Judiciary of C. G. A 203 

Junior Class Officers 82 

Kalbach, Catherine 

Bainbridge 107 

Kappa Alpha Theta.... 1S6. 187 

Kappa Delta 188, 189 

Kappa Delta Phi 244 

Kasranakis. Mary 128 

Keeler, Jessie Springer .... SS 

Kehr. Virginia Louise SS 

Kamp. Mary Jacqueline. 12S 
Kennedy, Arystine 

Elizabeth 60 

Kennedy. Bette Irene 128 

Kennedy, Emma Anne 88 

Kennedy. Joan Baldwin. ...107 
Kennedy, Margaret Elise.. 60 
Kent. Harriet Elizabeth.... SS 
Kerns, Gene Charlotte .... 60 
Ketterer, Lucile 

Harriette LOS 

Killian. Christine Oil 

Kimbell, Edna Elizabeth 108 
King. Elizabeth Eleanor 108 

King. Sarah Margaret 128 

Kinney, Gail Asenath 60 

Kirby-Smith, Catherine 

Bethune 88 

Kirkpa trick. Mary Leota 108 

Kissinger. Betty 10S 

Klingensmith. Mary 

Frances 128 

Kloenpel. Dorothea 

Minna 82. SS 

Knapp, Geraldine 

Caldwell 60 



Page 
Knapp, Gwendolyn 

Caldwell 60 

Knight, Frances Parker ....108 
Knolls. Nancy Gene 108 

Kobey. Mareia Jean 118 

Kreher. Aurelia 

Hildpgrade 108 

Kunde, Edna Elizabeth .... 60 
Kunneg. Janet Elizabeth 89 
Kurtz, Anna Warren 10S 

La Bar, lima Claire 01 

La Celle. Margaret Esther 128 

Lacey, Hazel Marjorie 89 

Ladd, Anne Shepard 61 

Lambert. Minnie 108 

La Motte. Frances 

Elizabeth 01 

Lancaster. Marjorie Hallie 108 
Lane, Ann Rylander 100, 108 
Lane. Frances Cordelia .... 01 

Laney, Tommy Lynn 108 

Langston, Betty 108 

Langston, Mary Louise ....128 

Lanier, Rose Vivian 108 

Lanier. Marjorie Olivia 108 

Lasche. Eunice Marie 89 

Lawrence. Harriet Jean... 01 

Lawton. Charlotte Lee 61 

Layton, Sara Elizabeth ....128 

Lee, Carrie Louise 128 

Lee, Martha Jay 12S 

Lee, Virgia Mae 61 

Lee, Olive Virginia 12S 

Leffler, Renie Elizabeth 128 

Lentz, Sadie Lee 128 

Lester. Lucy Lillian 108 

Lester, Mary Alice 89 

Lewis. Ann 128 

Lewis. Frances Mayde ...128 

Lewis, Marian Marie 62 

Lewis. Norma Oledieth . . 128 

Lewis. Sara Effie 02 

Lewis. Sara Elizabeth 128 

Life Saving Corps 225 

Light, Rudine Mary 10S 

Lindsey, Betty S9 

Lines, Sarah Elizabeth . 89 

Lingo, Margaret Ollie SO 

Linn, Elizabeth 108 

Linton, Hilda Gertrude .... 02 
Lipshitz. Martha Mareia 108 

Lisk. Henrietta Susan so 

Litschgi, Frances 

Jeannette S9 

Little. Martha Mae 02 

Lloyd. Alberta E 62 

Lloyd. Althea E 62 

Lockwood. Janet Birdsall 62 

Long. Mary Ellen 108 

Long. Mary Eugenia S9 

Loper, Theresa Nell 10S 

Lorimer, Jean 129 

Lott, Ruthanne 129 

Lougnot, Virginia Louise 108 
Lounds, Elizabeth A. 62. 219 
Lourcey, Louise St. George 89 

Love, Eddie Sue 129 

Lowe. Kathryn 63 

Lower Court 206 

Lowry. Myrtle F. (Bun- 
ny) ....63, 154. 155. 210. 263 

Loyless. Nelle 108 

Luke. Maurtice 129 

Lukens. Lillian Whitaker 63 
Lumpkin, Martha Benham 03 
LyBarker. Ada Carroll 

Irene S9 

Lyles, Alberta Agnes 129 

Lyman. Avis Marie 89 

Lynch, Luella Mary 63 

Lytle. Frances R. 109 

Lytle. Sarah Dumas 63 

M< Bride. Mrs. Alberta 

Patrick 66 

McBride. Helen Alline 66 

McCahill, Mary Dorthy .... 66 



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STUDENT INDEX Continued 



Pane 

McCahill, Mattie 129 

McCain. Helen Ruth 1-0 

McCain. Martha Hope 10S 

McCall, Twyla LaVelle ....129 
McCalla. Mary Lauriann 109 

McCaun. Tsla .lean 89 

McCarley, Agnes .lane 109 
McCarthy. Mary Kathleen 109 
McClain, Ida May 89 

McCown, Dorothy 120 

McCay. Jane Annette l-'J 

McCracken. Muriel 66 

McCree. Norma Lee 129 

McDilda. Edna Earle 100 

McDowall, Jeanne 

Elizabeth 1,M 

McGarry, Margaret Ann.-109 

McGill, Marjorie 129 

McGlaun, Inez Gertrude. ... on 
McGlaun, Rebecca Ann ....129 
MacGowan, Mary Lou -129 
Mcintosh. Sara Catherine 129 
McKay. Anna Frances 1-0 

MeKee. Edith Noreen 129 

McKelvey. Ailsa Ellen 66 

McKendree, Agnes 

Jeanette 169 

McKinnon, Mattie Lou ...-10J 
McLain. Pauline Gladys.. ..100 
McLean. Mona Virginia .... 66 
McMorris, Anne Virginia 109 

McMullen, Betty Ann 67 

McMullen. Mary Jeanne.... 07 

McNab, Annie Laurie 129 

McNally, Lois Eilleen 109 

McNeill, Mary Alice 100 

Macpherson, Betty Wiley 129 
McQuagge, Lottie 

Hortense 120 

MacRae. Jean Fraser 90 

Mabry, Barbara 120 

Maguire, Jane Isabella ...129 

Makemson. Ernestine 00 

Makemson, Virginia Lee ... 00 
Malphurs, Marjorie 

Rosalee 90 

Mankes, Jeanne 90 

Manley, Jeannette E. M. 129 

Mann, Ida Elizabeth 63 

Manning, Dorothy 90 

Manning. Mary Lewis .... 63 

Manz, Olive Adelaide 64 

Marchesseau, Inez 

Yvonne 90. 211 

Markham. Betty Jane 00 

Markovitz. Belle 120 

Marsh. Evelyn V 100 

Marshall. Kathryn 120 

Martin. Agnes 04 

Mattern, Janet Elizabeth.. 90 
Maura, Frances Helen ....120 

May Court 262 

Mayer. Elizabeth Page 109 

Mays, Louise Glover 109 

Meacham, Margaret Louise 96 
Means, Audrey Carmen ....129 
Means, Claire Campbell. ...129 
Means, Marjorie Arline .... 90 

Meares, Sylvia Adelle 160 

Medlin. Mary Jane 130 

Meggs. Julia Elenor 90 

Meigs. Frances Elizabeth. 64 

Meisch. Clara Julia 00 

Melahn, Nelle 130 

Melvin, Jessie Elva 64 

Melzer, Margaret 04 

Mendelson, Rosalind .130 

Mendenhall, Jane 130 

Merbler, Ruth Marianna... 90 
Meredith. Margaret Elaine 04 
Merrill, Marjorie Ruth .. . 64 

Merryday, Ann Beggs .130 

Merryday. Helen Glenn ... <">4 
Methodist Student 

Organization 227 

Milam. Helen Vivian 118. 130 
Miller. Eleanor Glessner ... !)1 



Page 
Miller. Elizabeth McBride 136 

Miller. .loan 01 

Miller. Lavinnia Lois 100 

Miller. Margaret Milam .130 
Miller, Elizabeth 

McDowell 109 

Miller. Kuth Irene 136 

Milton. Frances Bryan ... 01 

Milton. Virginia 01 

Minis, Carolyn Clark 100 

Mitchell. Beryl 

Bernadette 109 

Mitchell, Beulah Pearl 05. 42 
Mitchell. Dorothy 

Stewart 100. 100 

Mitchell. Sonia 100 

Mitchell. Susan ("handier 130 

Mixson, Marjorie J 130 

Mobley. Brenelle IP* 

Mohr, Judith Ann 130 

Molnar. Dorothy May 65 

Montero, Delia Rosario— .110 
Moore, Elizabeth Bennett 110 

Moore, Martha Pearl 6.1 

Moore. Mary Middle ....65, 42 

Moore, Sarah 65 

Morgan, Emily Joyce 136 

Morris. Floreine 65 

Morris. Jean Eloise 130 

Morrison. Marjorie Mae .... 01 
Morrow, Irene Margaret. ... 65 
Morrow. Pauline Alice .... 01 

Morrow, Ruth Love 11(1 

Mortar Board 241 

Mosley, Frances Elizabeth 100 
Mountain. Lois Elizabeth 136 
Mozley, Serena Gertrude 130 

Mulkey, Angle 91 

Mullins. Eleanor Drake .... 01 

.Mollis. Julia Alice <i5 

Munnerlyn, Lucia 66 

Murphy. Evelyn Elizabeth 66 
Murphy, Martha Jenkins 116 

Myhlertz. Mary Faith 136 

My rick. Helen Burroughs 130 

Neal. Dea Welles 110 

Needham, Christine 

McCormack 130 

Nelles, Mildred Elizabeth 130 
Nesmith. Juanita Ostelle 130 
Nevitt. Margaret Elizabeth 67 
Newbold. Cora Mitchell ...110 

Newman Club 210 

Newton, Marguerite 130 

Nichols, Mary Elizabeth.... 01 
Nicholson, Betty Bradford 01 
Nicholson. Jean Dorritt 110 

Noble. Mary Wyand 67 

Noggle, Helen Elizabeth....! 36 

Nolan. Paulette 1.30 

Nooney. Sara Naomi 110 

Norfleet, Nelle Gertrude 110 
N. S. F. A 220 

O'Byrne. Esther 67, 217 

Off Campus Committee. ...207 
Oldham. Margaret Polk. ...110 

Olsen, Sibyl Jean 91, 224 

Omicron Nu 246 

O'Neal, Carolyn Virginia.. 91 
Orleman. Mary Elizabeth 67 
( )rtmever. Catherine 

Florence 136 

Orwig, Ruth Ellen 110 

O'Steen Mary Elizabeth 110 

Ott, Edith Evermont 01 

Oven. Bershe 67 

Oven. Mary Frances 130 

Overby, Jewell 116 

Overman, Mary Olive 01 

Owen, Alice 110 

Oxer, Betty Jane 130 

Oxley, Norma Carolyn ...130 

Pacetti. Macy Irene 11D 

Padgett. Virginia Roberta 116 
Page. Marguerite Mae 131 



Phtc 

Painter, Caroline 131 

Painter, Margaret Eddins 110 

Palmer. Mary 1 67. 226 

Pan Hellenic 266. 267 

Park. Caroline Isabella 131 

Parker. Alice Virginia 131 

Parker, Dorothy 

Omera 91. 209 

Parker. Mary 

Emily ....68, 156. 157. 42. 262 

Parkhill. Gene 131 

Parks. Dorothy Whitcomb 02 

Parks. Melba Ruth 68 

Parramore. Agnes 

Jeannette 131 

Parramore, Helen Phyllis 02 

Parish. Grace Ella 130 

Parrish. Helen Owreatha OS 

Pate, Velma Bernice 110 

Pattani, Marie 02 

Patten. Lynette 6S 

Patterson, Karolyn 02 

Patterson, Louise Lytle ...110 
Patterson, Lutrelle Knapp 68 

Pattishall, Martha 131 

Peacock, Anne Borden 131 

Peacock, Gladys Geraldine 92 
Peacock, Margaret 

Elizabeth 68 

Peacock, Mary Lucile 110 

Pearce. Ruth Myrtice 131 

Pearlman, Betty 110 

Pearlman. Cynthia Faye ... 02 

Peck. Violet Irene 68 

Pepiot, Dorothy Anne 131 

Perez. Magdalena 131 

Perry, Martha Dent Ill 

Perry, Rosalee 131 

Perry, Susie Virginia 131 

Peters, Julia Marie Ill 

Peterson. Edna Sue Ill 

Pfarr, Edith Geraldine ...131 

Phelan, Barbara 60 

Phelps, Willie Mae 131 

Phi Alpha Theta ...245 

Phi Beta Kappa 242 

Phi Kappa Phi 246 

Philips. Emily Susan Ill 

Philips. Jeanette 

Esther Ill, 131 

Phillips, Agnes Louise ... . Ill 
Phillips, Ruth Elizabeth 131 

Phi Mu 100. 101 

Phinney, Beverly Lake ....111 
Physical Education Assn. 211 

Pi Beta Phi 102. 193 

Pi Delta Phi 245 

Pierce. Anne Hooper HI 

Pierson, Mart Coleman ...131 
Pine.kard. Frances Elaine 111 

Pinder. Frances C 131 

Pinner. Catherine Gray .... 6!) 

Piper, Jane Lucile 131 

Pipkin. Celia Zoe 131 

Pittman, Annie Catherine 60 

Pittman, Edna Mae 111 

Placie. Betty Ann 131 

Polhill. Edna Lee Ill 

Polk, Annie Laura 60 

Poole. Muriel Virginia 131 

Posey. Roanna 92 

Post, Ann Richards 131 

Post. Harriett Mav 92 

Post. Lilla M Ill 

Pourtless. Marja Belle .... 92 
Povey, Jean Elvira Meane 131 
Presbyterian Student 

( 'ouncil 227 

President's Message 21 

Price. Ella Faye 60. 02 

Price, Jane Ill 

Priest, Mary Carolyn 131 

Pruitt. Leora 131 

Puckett, Dier Tidwell 132 

Pyle, Dorothy Ida 132 

Quincey, Sarah Margaret.. 02 



Patre 

Kaftery, Virginia 132 

Hagsdale, Reba 132 

Rainey, Mary 132 

Raker, Epsie Earline 132 

Ramage, Carol Leona 69 

Ranney, Mania Bell 69 

Ranson. Elizabeth Erwin.. 69 
Ratliff, Minnie Elizabeth 111 
Redlinger. Eleanor Louise 70 

Reed, Jenny Doris 70 

Reed, Mary .132 

Reed, Mary Henrietta 70 

Rees, Margaret Elisabeth 70 
Reese, Mary Elizabeth .... 92 

Register, Margaret 132 

Register, Mary Juanita ....132 

Register. Nell 132 

Rehbaum, Mary Louise .....132 
Keynolds, Frances Eugene 132 

Rhodes. Betty Jean 132 

Rhodes, Claud Anne 118, 132 
Rhyne. Roberta Clarkson 111 

Rice, Margaret Louise 92 

Rickards. Dorothy Jane .... 70 
Rickards. Florence 

Elizabeth Ill 

Ricker, Virginia Frances.. 93 

Rigby. Nancy Adela 70 

Riherd. Lucile 132 

Riley, Evelyn Page 132 

Rinck, Mary Margaret 93 

Rinehart, Mary Elizabeth 111 

Rish. Jeannette 93 

Rivers. Charlotte 132 

Roach, Martha Mae 132 

Robbins, Ethel Ruth 132 

Robbins, Martha 93 

Roberts, Cornelia Virginia 111 

Roberts. Edna Isabell 03 

Roberts. Frederica 

Georgette 70 

Roberts, Margaret 

Elizabeth 03 

Robinson, Alice Earline.. .132 
Robinson, Helen Virginia 132 
Robinson. Ina Margaret.... 93 
Robinson. Amanda Vera. ...Ill 
Rodes, Marjorie Lucille. ...132 

Rodgers. Gertrude 71 

Rodgers, Margaret Nell.... 03 

Rodriguez, Norma 93 

Rogero, Nancy Joan 70 

Rogers, Frances Roberta 132 

Rogers. Mabel Bryant 71 

Rogers. Mary Ruth 93 

Rood, Virginia Anne 71 

Root. Jean 71 

Rosner, Rosalie 132 

Ross, Janet Ruth 93 

Ross. Joan Kennerly 71 

Ross. Patricia A Ill 

Rosser, Ethel Merryday .... 93 

Rosser. Julia Glenn 93 

Ron. Nancy Lou 71 

Rowley. Mary Susan 93 

Rowley. Muriel Alice 93 

Royce, Letha Madge 71 

Rubin, F. Estelle Ill 

Ruby, Janet Marie 132 

Rudd, Julia Angelyn 72 

Rudasill, Dorothy 132 

Ruff, Dorothea Osborne... 72 
Russ, Carole Christine ...111 

Russell. Betty Rae 132 

Russell, Margaret 132 

Russell. Mary Elizabeth... 72 

Ryan. Daisy Elizabeth Ill 

Ryan. Rosanne Dunbar 133 

Safay. Anne 132 

Sanchez, Anna Laurie 72 

Sanders, Sibyle Rebecca... Ill 
Sapp. June Cora McCloud 133 
Sappington, Mary Lou ....133 

Saul, Blanche 133 

Savage. Elizabeth 

Charlotte 112 

Savage, Mary Isabel 100, 112 



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STUDENT INDEX Continued 



Pasc 
Schaller Marguerite 

Esther 112 

Scharfschwerdt, Ida Mary 112 

Schemer, Peggy 133 

Scheppe, Dorothy Louise 133 
Schneider, Amelia Janet. .133 
Schowe, Esther Chattin.... 94 

Schuessler, Murrell 94 

Sehulte, Pauline Elizabeth 112 

Seorgie, Mary Ruth 133 

Scott. Bettv Rose 133 

Scott, Carolyn 133 

Scott, Dorothy Miller 72 

Scott, Eleanor R 94 

Scott, Elizabeth Lavonia.. 72 

Scott, Margaret Mary 112 

Searcy, Doris Hoyt 133 

Seed, Lucille Elizabeth .... 72 

Seiver, Edith Virgil 133 

Selig, Elizabeth Ann 133 

Sellers, Mvriam Davison... 94 

Senate 205 

Senior Class History 79 

Senior Class Officers 42 

Senior Hall 221 

Setzer, Betty 133 

Shahan, Marie Louise 133 

Sharon. Jane Audrey 72, 263 
Shatkowsky, Helen Shaw 73 

Shaw, Alvah Ethel 112 

Shearouse, Alice Jocelyn 112 
Sheldon, Sara Marguerite 112 
Shepard, Ruth Carolyn .... 94 

Sherard, Alice Beverly 133 

Shaw, Sadie 133 

Shive, Geraldine Rebecca 112 

Shuman, Eleanor Clare 112 

Shuman, Mary 133 

Siegel, Eulalia Rosalind.. ..112 

Sigma Delta Phi 247 

Sigma Kappa 194, 195 

Sigman, Virginia Carolyn 94 

Silver, Virginia Lee 112 

Simmons, Janice 

Lorraine 82, 94 

Simmons, Margaret Louise 112 
Simmons, Marjorie June 112 
Simon, Alberta Pauline ....112 

Simpson, Ann 133 

Simpson, Anna Marie 133 

Sims, Dorothy Evelyn 133 

Sims, Edna Louise 73 

Skagseth, Margaret 

Johanna 73 

Slade, Frances Vivian 94 

Slaughter, Adelaide 73 

Slemons, Mary Elizabeth 133 

Sloan, Ruth Amelia 133 

Small, Mary Ellen 133 

Smart, Frances Edna 133 

Smith, Anna Bess 133 

Smith, Billy Patricia 133 

Smith, Edith Marjorie ...112 

Smith, Esther Ida 112 

Smith, Helen Anna 134 

Smith, Mabel Mae 112 

Smith, Mary Nell 94 

Smith, Nell Foster 134 

Smith. Sara Cornelia 134 

Snapshots. Soccer 255. 261. 272 

Social Committee 230 

Snider. Elizabeth 134 

Social Directors 38 

Sollar, Anne Perry 134 

Solomon, Dora Etta 73 

Solomons, Betty Merelyn 134 
Sophomore Class Officers 100 

Sophomore Council 208 

Sowell, Camille Daphne... 94 
Sparkman, Grace Evelyn.. 94 
Sparkman, Margaret 

Katharyn 73 

Sparkman, Mary Jane 94 

Spettel. Gertrude 

Evangeline 134 



Paee 

Spicer, Elizabeth Ann 73 

Spirogira 236 

Springer, Helen Marie 112 

Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth 134 

Steele, Eloise Mary 112 

Steele, Evelyn Philamena.. 94 

Stein, Rachel Marie 134 

Stelts, Jewel Marie 134 

Stephens, Addie Louise ....112 

Stephens, Alma Louise 112 

Stephens, Aubrey Jean ....134 

Stephenson, Grace 112 

Stephenson, Gwendolyn 134 

Stevenson. Mary Elizabeth 73 
Stewart, Clara Hutchinson 74 

Stewart, Marjorie E 74 

Stivender, Gladys Odessa.. 94 

Stokes. Margaret Ruth 113 

Stone, Amelia 113 

Storter, Valera 95 

Streng, Irma Jane 113 

Stroberg, Martha 

Katheryn 134 

Stuckey, Miriam Elizabeth 113 
Students without 

pictures 139, 140 

Sullivan, Theresa Mary.... 74 
Summers, Kathryn Avine 113 

Sutherland. Anne 134 

Sutton, Belva Floyd 95 

Sutton. Helen Elizabeth ...113 
Swanson, Dorothy Martha 134 
Swanson, Sara Isa belle ...134 
Swanstrom. Barbara 

Lillian i 74 

Swearingen. Mary Bishop 95 

Sweat. Margaret Ruth 134 

Swilley. Audrey 

Marie 74, 42, 221 

Swimming 256 

Swindell. Myra 134 

Taeker, Virginia Clara ....134 

Tarpon Club 225 

Tarr, Lucy Jane 134 

Tate. Rose Marie 134 

Tatom. Martha Belle 95 

Taylor, Betty Ann 134 

Taylor, Helen Francis 74 

Taylor. Lillian Lavanna .... 95 
Taylor. Louise Rosalie .... 74 

Taylor, Mary Arnett 95 

Telford. Ruth Jane 134 

Tepper. Sara 134 

Terrell. Mary Ruth 95 

Terry, Helen 113 

Texeda, Jacqueline 74 

Thames, Cilia Karlene 134 

Thames. Mary Lauis 113. 134 
Tharpe. Lillian Jeannette 134 

Theta Upsilon 198. 199 

Thigpen, Kathryn Wilkey 113 

Thomas, Barbara Mae 113 

Thomas, Caroline Portis....ll3 

Thomas, Harriet Joan 113 

Thomas, Jane 75 

Thomas. Louise Golden .... 95 
Thomasson, Jonnie Neil.. ..134 
Thompson, Florence 

Elizabeth 113 

Thompson, Katherine 

Ruth 135 

Thompson, Lynette 95 

Thompson. Nell L 113 

Thorton, Margaret Louise 135 
Thrasher, Margarita 

Louise 95 

Tilghman, Margaret Olive 135 

Tillman. Ola Belle 113 

Tison. Doris 135 

Tobin, Harriette 95 

Tomasello, Varina Joyce.. ..135 

Torres. Esther Marie 113 

Totten, Jean 135 

Townsend, Dorothy Clay.... 95 



Page 
Townsend, Mary Naomi ....135 
Townsend, Thelma Irene..ll3 

Towson, Ann Morgan 95 

Tranthan, Frances 

Elizabeth 113 

Trice, Martha Nell 135 

Trott, Eloise 158, 159 

Trout. Grace Wilbur 135 

True, Mildred Evelyn 135 

Trulove. Jennie Florence 135 
Truster, Susanna Jane . .. 75 

Turner, Martelle 135 

Turnbull, Pearl Elizabeth 95 

Turner, Shirley 75 

Tyler, Margaret Esther ... 75 
Tyler. Pearle Lorenda 135 

Udell, Rose Marie 135 

Underhill, Edith Wilma.... 95 

Unkrich, Barbara Jane 135 

Usher Committee 228 

Usher, Marian E 75 

Valentine, Alice Preston. ...135 

Valz, Marion Elizabeth 96 

Van Brunt, Clifton 96 

Van Brunt. Martha Hudson 96 
Van Iderstine, Bessie 

Virginia 75 

Van, Alta Lucille 75 

Van Ness, Margaret 

Louise 135 

Van Osten, Bobbie 135 

Van Zyle, Ruth Janette .113 

Varn, Corise Patricia 135 

Varn, Janet Caroline 135 

Vaughan, Mary Will 135 

Veal, Nancy Jane 113 

Venning, Sue Williams 135 

Vergowe. Mary Madine .... 96 

Village Vamps 235 

Vogt. Helen Mae 135 

Vost, Margaret Rae 96 

Volleyball 253 

von Dohlen. Katherine 96 

Voss, Lavine Palmer Evans 96 
Vrieze, Inez Wilhite 113 

AVaering, Magda 

Kjelleswig 113 

Wakefield, Dilla Pearl 75 

Walcott, Alice Margaret .... 76 

Walker, Anna Belle 76 

Walker, Doris Marie 76 

Walker. Harriet 

Eugenia 118. 135 

Walker. Iris Christina 114 

Walker, Lucille Lever .114 

Walker. Marion Louise ....114 
Walling. Marjorie Lytle....ll4 
Wallis, Mary Connally .... 76 

Walton, Anne Lamb 135 

Walton. Dorothy 135 

Walton, Evelyn Jane 114 

Ward. Kathryn Lillian ... 114 
Ware, Dorothy Augusta. ...114 

Warren, Edna Louise 96 

Waterman, Mary 

Elizabeth .' 135 

Watkins. Ida Juliet 135 

Watkins. Kathryn 136 

Watrous. Lollie Steele 96 

Watson, Cornelia Anne ....114 

Watts. Marietta Olive 114 

Weathers. Elizabeth Gay 136 

Weaver, Joan Bryan 114 

Weaver, Mary Elizabeth....l36 

Webb, Elizabeth Anne 96 

Weber, Ruth Esther 96 

Webster, Jeanne D 90 

Webster, Marion 

Elizabeth 136 

Webster, Mary Nell 114 

Weiherg. Margaret 

Elizabeth 136 

Wells. Lucy Janet .... 118. 136 



Weltner, May Pope 114 

Weseman, Helen Louise....! 14 

West, Emily Shannon 96 

Wexler, Rose Lee 114 

Wheatley, Janice Marian... 96 
Wheeler. Rebecca 

Louise 76, 216 

White, Betty 76 

White, Beulah Estella 136 

White, Blanche Elizabeth.. 76 

White, Dorothy Curtis 76 

White. Maye 77 

White, Nancy 114 

White, Nancy W 114 

White, Polly Ann 77, 215, 218 
Whitehurst, Martha 

Louise 114 

Whittemore, Willa Agnes.. 77 
Whitting, Lillian Louise... 77 
Whittington, Carolyn 

Elizabeth 114 

Whittlesey, Monterey 136 

Wicker, Clara Sue 96 

Wight, Selma H. S 114 

Wilder, Annie Ben 136 

Wilder, Mary Margaret ...136 
Wilensky, Judith Harriet.. 77 
Wilkinson, Marlin Anne ....136 
Williams. Elizabeth Ann 114 
Williams. Elsie Marilyn... 97 
Williams, Frances 

Elizabeth 77 

Williams, Geraldine Clarice 77 

Williams. Jean 136 

Williams, Mary Juna 77 

Williams, Ruth 97 

Williams, Ruth Elizabeth 114 

Williams, Sara Clair 114 

Williamson. Nancy 

Hartford 78, 42 

Williamson, Rose Powell 136 

Williamson, Sara 136 

Williford, Nancy Lee 136 

Willis. Florence Elizabeth 97 
Willis. Florence Elizabeth 114 

Willits, Elsie Mae 136 

Wilson, Daphne Laura 97 

Wilson, Edna 97 

Wilson, Margaret Maxwell 78 

Wilson, Ruth Phelps 78 

Wimberly, Grace Elizabeth 97 

Wing, Eiizabeth 114 

Winn, Julia Pauline 97 

Wirt, Emma Frances 115 

Wittenstein, Tybell 115 

Woman's Athletic Assn 210 

Wood, Jean 136 

Wood, Sara Mozelle 136 

Woodruff, Sara Carolyn. ...115 
Woodward, Lois Charlotte 97 

Woodward. Margaret 136 

Wooten, Mary Evelyn 136 

Worth. Sarah Lenorah 115 

Wright. Johnnyinae 136 

Wright, Marybelle 130 

Wynn. Betty 

Melson 78. 160. 161, 214 

Wyrick. Hilda Lois 115 

Yancey. Lucy Elizabeth ... 136 

Yearty, Sara Boyd 136 

Yon. Margaret Nell 136 

Yonge. Belle Pitman 136 

Yonge. Marjorie 82, 97 

Young, Dorothy McDonald 115 
Young, Eleanore Bettie 82, 97 
Young. Marguerite Ruth....l36 

Young. Mary Daphine 136 

Young, Mary Elizabeth ...137 
Youngblood. Donice 

Lucille 137 

Y. W. C. A 226 

Zeta Phi Eta 247 

Zeta Tau Alpha 198, 199 

Zewadski, Amanda Barco 137 



page two hundred ninety-nine 



SENIOR REGRETS 



So long, F. S. C. — good-bye to convocation; to term papers; to the dining' 
room; to endless hours in the Reserve room, in classes; to the long trek to the 
gym; to rainy days and wasted moonlight; to girl-breaks; to Rec ; to the Spick 
ami the Sweet Shop; to the vine covered halls; to bull sessions; to traditions; 
to security within these walls — but most of all — good-bye to our friends — to 
those, faculty and students alike, who have made these four of our happiest 
years. It is with tears in our hearts that Ave say good-bye to you, and though 
we may never see some of you again, you will be remembered. Time may dim, 
but cannot blot out entirely, these past years, and we will always have a place 
in our heart for you who made P. S. C. mean to us what it has. 

For, after all, a place means to us what the people in it mean, and the 
halls, the tall pines, the campus, would not live so for us if you had not been 
here. Good-bye then to the sorrows — lime will blot them out — to the joys — 
they will never fade — to the friends we have come to know and love so well. 
Keep the torches burning brightly — keep your banners high — as we will re- 
member them — so, to the faculty, the seniors, those we leave here — hail — and 
farewell. 



page I It rec hundred 



APPRECIATION 



You, the students, if you like this book, owe a debt of gratitude to many 
people for its being. I, as editor, owe a debt to many more. To the staffs of 
years before — to Eileen Robinson and Honey Forth who taught me much of 
what I know — to Miss West, head of the faculty committee, for her invalu- 
able suggestions and assistance — to Miss Richey an 1 Miss Thrush (the other 
members of the committee) for the help they gave us — to Mr. Respess and Mr. 
Thigpen of the engraving company for the long hours they spent planning and 
executing the details of the book — to the entire of Rose Printing Company's 
personnel for their fine work and most of all to Charles Rosenberg, without 
whom 1 he hook could never have come out, I owe a debt too deep to be paid 
by mere words. 

To all of you who have given of your time, to Eloise Trott for helping 
us with the Feature Section vote-counting — to the staff for their diligent, hard 
work; their effort to get their copy in on time; and their very real interest in 
the book as a whole, I owe more than I can pay. So may I say simply "Thank 
you, and I hope the book rewards your effort." 

Now to yon, Jean, and to the rest of next year's staff — the very best of 
luck — and please, may I have a copy of your book. 

Betty Wynn. 




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