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Full text of "Mary Baldwin College Bluestocking 1935"

THE BLUESTOCKING 







LIBRARY OF 

MAKY BALDWIN COLLEGE 









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O ORA A. EHMLING 
y Editor-in-Chief 

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^ NANCY C. STANARD 

ij Business Manager 

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THE 

BLUESTOCKING 

OF 1935 




MARY BALDWIN 
COLLEGE 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



BY CLASS 
OF 1936 

VOLUME XII 



CONTENTS 

VIEWS 

ADMINISTRATION 

CLASSES 

ACTIVITIES 

FEATURES 

ATHLETICS 

PUBLICATIONS 



ALMA MATER 

TIkiu wast Imilt i>i ilreaius. Mary I'.aldw in. Mary I'.aldwm. 

Wiinian's dreams n\ ln\f and true dfsire ; 
C_'(in(iiRr<)r's drranis with passidn's ardoi' },do\\ing. 
C'auiiht frimi 'rrutli's undyiii.t;, pure wliite fire. 
Iliini lii li\c. tci perish never. 
To inspire In lii.uli endeavor. 
To uphold thai hi^hl forever, 
Mai\ I'.aldw in ! 

Thou was l)uilt of dreams, Mary r.aldwin, Mary l-.aldwin, 

Dreams of failli. the dreams of early dawn. 
Thou shalt live hexDud time's farthest linul ; 

Dreams shall last when walls of stone are Koni--. 
liorn lo h\e. to jierish never. 
To insi.)ire to lui^h endeavor, 
To uphold thai lii;lit forever, 
Marv llaldwin ! 




DEDICATION 



In aclniiration of the inspiring niani testation of 
tlic beauty of spirit and character and the 
noMeness of ideals ol a woman wiio gaxe 1ier 
untiring etTorts to her e\ery undertaking, this 
Bluestockini; is reverently dedicated to tin- 
nieniorv of Miss Mar\' Julia llaldwin. 



FOREWORD 



' riK-re's licauty all aniuiul our paths, 

if l)Ut (lur watch till eyes 
Can trace it 'midst familiar things 

and through their lowly guise." 



In the preparation and compiling oi the material 
in this annual, the staff has attempted to em- 
l)hasize the element of heaut\' which surrounds 
every phase of life at Mary Italdwin. If we 
ha\e succeeded in disclosing an\' detail, funda- 
mentally a ]inrt iii the college's nni(|ue atmosphere 
which lias heretofore heen onlv a suh-conscious 
realizatKjn. mn- efforts have l)een profitable. 




Climb these steps to tinal ,ijlor\- Class-day 

dresses trail Max' Oueen courts proceed in 

soleiiiii tile frantic dashes tor breakfast. . . . 

late for class hut steps no harrier counting 

or scruhhing fa\'orite lask fur freshmen. . . .green 

terraces and gleaming white dormitories the 

court and chatting students .... snow slides.... 






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ADMINISTRATION 



.a cordial welcnme and a L;emiiiU' husinlahty 

slauT}' columns emphasizing; the spirit of heauty Hani 

and Jam ket-piny watchful vitjil at the steps which are the first 
a])proach to the colle,t,'e. 




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lltMOlNlAL i1k- lU'Wcst (loniiitory comnK'iiii nates the spirit of those 

who helped to create it a serenity of architecture, characteristic 

of the campus aheadv old enou.t,di to lie enriched witli trathtions. 




HILLTOP a southern home, once a law school, now commands the 

campus Blue Ridge mountains distract the attention of students 

who live here a long climb well worth the effort. 




McCLUNO colunins slandiii.i^ in nu-innriani (if old "Uriel. House", 

now remodeled this dormitory knew the thrill of days of war 

everv student cherishes a desire to room here. . 



ADMINISTRATION 



.arouiul the cani|Jii.s and hack lo .\ilniinislra- 

tion in time to sjlimpse its ni,nlitl\ sijkndin- small wumler 

goals are set, ambitions formed. 




ROSE TERRACE this doorway welcomes students to llie Presi- 
dent's new liome guests graciously are entertained each 

student feels at ease. 






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Ri:\ . A. M. frasi-:r, d.u., l.l.d. 

I'residi-iil uf Ihc College 1923-1929 
I'rcsulcnl of Ihc Collc.jc Board 1923-1933 
FrcsidcHl of Ihr Seiiiiiiory Board 1909-1923 



Board of Trustees 

Rev. Hunter V,. lilakely. President, Hcju. Herbert J. TaylcM', 
Sccrctarx: Dr. Wvndham B. Blanton. Hon. W. H. East, Mr. D. 
Glenn Rucknian. Mr. M. M. Edgar, Judge Robert F. Hutcheson. 
Mr. Campbell Pancake, Mr. Charles S. Hunter, Hon. J. W. H. 
F^ilson, Mrs. Thomas H. Russell, Rev. H. .S. Turner, Captain 
Frank M. W'ray, Julian A. Burruss. Rev. R. B. Grinnan, Rev. 
Harris E. Kirk, Mv. Frank H. Pitman. L. Wilson Jarman, Ex- 
officio. 

EXECL'T 1 \I': COM M ITTEb". 

Hunter B. Blakely. Chainnau Ch.akles S. Huxter 

L. Wilson Jarman Campbell Pancake 

T. W. n. Pn.soN jM- M. Edgak 




Dk. L, W ILSOX JARMAX; 
President of tlic College 




MISS I'.l.lZAIU-.TH I'l<f)Hl. 
Dean of the Collcijc 




I^nwARD p. Vandivkr, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

hurmau I iiirrrsily 
I'liin-rsllx ,if Xorlli Caroluui 

riillFKsM)li 1)1 i-l\i.l.|vn 

iMaky E. Latimer, B.A., M.A. 

Hiram College 

I'liiiersity of ll'iseonsin 

Piploiiia from Curry School of Ex/^ressioii 

l)llil:ilnK IIK Si'KKCH AXn l)UAM.\TICS 



Maksiial.1. M. Brice, B.S., M.A. 

Cloiisvii College 

I'liii'ersity of H'iseoiisui 

Crrailuate Student Columbia Ciiiicrsitx 

Instructor in Enc.lish 

Elizabeth Pfoiil, B.A., M.A. 

Salem College 

Teachers College, Columbia Vui-rersity 

Assistant Professor of Exi;i.ish 



Mary K. Lakenan, B.A., M.A., B.R.E., M.R.. 

L'liiz'ersity of Colorado 

Biblical Seminary in Xew )'ork 

Professor of Hnii-E 

John B. Baffin, B.S., M.S. 

Da-^'idson College 

L'nii-ersity of Chicago 

iiradualc Student Johns /lof-kiiis Cnirersity I92K-2') 

I'uoFEssoR OF Physics 



lujZABKTH Juanita Greer, B.A., Ph.D. 

Agnes Scott College 

Johns Hof'kins I'niT'ersity 

I-'KiiFEsSOR of P.ImI.iic.N ami tllE.MISIIiV 

.Mii.DKKD E. Taylor, B.A.. M.A.. Pii.l). 
Oxford College for Women 

Vni7rrsity of Illinois 
Pkofessok of Maihematics 



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KivWKTii 1.. Smukk. li.A., M.A.. I'll I). 

(>l:i<' Slafc I ';ii,-vr.fi/y 
(iitidiian- Student .\':'rlh;,\-sl,-rii I 'iii;,-rsily 

(j'radiialc SiKdriit L'onicll I'liirrrsily 
I'uoFKssoK OF ISm ^lll.()l,^ anh rmi.nsiii'ii v 

•l"ii..MA> II. Ckafton. I'.. a., li.l).. M.A.. I'll. I). 

I'n-shyU'riiiii (. ollcije 

Ci/luiiihia Iheoloyical Seminary 

Northivestern Unk'ersily 

I'UIII-T.SSOR OF RkI. II. nil's KlU'CATII IN' 
.\.\ll S(HI.\I. SlIK.N'lKS 

KaKI. IVAS'I'M A.\ SllKDD, I'.A.. M.A., I'u.l). 

Ihirhii.nith C.'llcgr 

I hiri'iird I 'iik'ersily 

)'alc L')iirersily 

I'KdFFSSllH IIF RciMANtK L.\Nl.rA(,KS 

Cl.AKK j. I'l.AXSIU'KdU, B.A., M.A. 

Maryland College 

Middlebury College 

S(}rhonne. I'nhersity of Parix 

ASSIST.VNT PkoFKSSOR of KilMAXlK LANGUAGES 

.\a.\(a W irm-.KSi'ooN MiP^aki.a.m), B.A., M.A. 

Conn-It I'liircrsily 

Columbia Cniiersily 

Graduate Student L'uirersity of (.hieago 

Jolins Hopkins I ' nirersity 

.AssiSTAXT I'koffssor of Ko.vi.WfK Languai;f.s 

Marv Elizaheth Poolk, H.A., M.A. 

I'liiversity of Kentucky 

Duke University 
Instructor in Frknih 

Assistant Dkan 

FaXXIF, liARTll Stkai'.s.s. li.A. 
Cniversily of Virginia 
I \si KniiiK in f ;frm.\n 

Clark King, B.A.. M.A. 

Converse College 

L 'niversily of South Carolina 

Drauglwn's Business College 

Instructor in ShXRF,rARiAi. Suiijkcts 




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Mary S\\ ax Carroll, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

I'nk'crsity of Tennessee 

I'lik'crsity of Wisconsin 

Ihikc I'niirrsily 

Friifkssciu nK Hisrnkv .\.\n Pdi.iticai. Science 

Martha Stackuouse Grafton, R.A. 

Agues Scott College 

Registr.xu 

Instructor in History 

W'ilmar Robert Schmidt, Ph.D. 

Graduate of the Royal Conseri'alory of Music. 

Leit'ziy. Germany 

L'nirersity of Paulinuni. Leipzig, Germany 

Student of Fiadimir de I'achmann, Vienna Austria 

P. V. Janko, Vienna. Austria 

Dr. Franc Liszt, Weimar, Germany 

Member of the Xational Academy of Music, 

Carnegie Hall, A'rii.' York City 

Professor of Fine Arts 

Mary Fishburne, B.M., M.M. 

Coker College 

Graduate Xew England Conservatory of Mu.^ic 

Graduate Student Harvard University 

Vniversity of Michigan 

.Assistant Professor of Pi.xno .\Nn Music 



Christine Gunlaug.son, B.M. 

MacPhail School of Music 

Student of Mac Williams Gunther 

Aslillero Royerio. Milan. Italy 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis, B.M. 

Eastman School of ifusic 

Instructor in Music 



Ruth Spoor, B.A., M.A. 

Willamette University 

Radcliffe College 

Director of -\rt 

Maky Collins Powell, n..\., M.A. 

North Carolina College for WoJncn 

Teachers College, Columbia University 

Director of Physic.m. F.huc.mtox 



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MAKiaiCKri'K llll.l.lUilSK. I'l.A. 

Assistant Rec.istkar 
Skckrtaky to the I'kksiuknt 



Jamks T. Sni. I.MAX. I'l.A. 
.■\ssistaxt Brsi.NKss Ma.nai.kk 



Helen C. Eyster 

I )iKiri i.\.\ 



AiiiiiK MoRRLsox McFarlaxd. r>.A. 

Mary Baldiciii Seminary 

Shidciil Cohiiiihia I'lih'crsity School of Library .SVrriV 

Lll'.HARIAX 



Mak(;aket Lani;. R.N. 

kl.SriiK.NT XlRSE 

KeXXETII M. I'iKADFDRD. M.L). 
PhvS[CIA.\ 



Mrs. Fraxk R. Paxcake 

Si'FERVisoR OK Halls 




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THE SENIOR INVESTITURE 
October 4, 1934 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



End of May. . . .trailins dresses shepherds' 

crooks. . . .white eolunins. . . .soft green trees. . . 
turquoise and coral. . .fragrance of tluwers. . .die 
colored mammies. . .jilanlation . . .dreaming hack 
over the vears . . . . unlinnlcd lights. ... Saturday 
night suppers. . .the Rosemary. . .dales till eleven 
Investiture. . . .caps and govsns. . . .The Cjhost 

Train shriekings and terrcjr Christmas 

])artv. . .graduation. . . .diplomas. . . .organ music 
. . .Alma Maler. . .good hves. . . 



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THE SENIOR SONG 



Wliilf mountains s^uard tht-e in the Shcnandnali, 

And hjyal daughters daily louk tu thcL', 
The spool of happy days is fast unwinding, 

Its colors rare, for menior\'s tapestrv. 
The tall, white columns gleaming in the sun-light, 

The moon-light casting over all its spell. 
The scarlet autumn, and the winter snow-Hakes, 

Oh, Mar_\- llaldwin, can we say "Farewell".'' 

RIa\' laughter ring, and tlreams he ever golden. 

Along the terrace there ahove the street, 
INIay friendshii) li\'e like truth's white llanie a-glow ini. 

Like truth's white flame that never meets defeat. 
Where'er we he, we'll cherish with fond happiness, 

That golden tapestry of memory's spell. 
And ever we our faith and l(}\e will pledge thee, 

-So, Mar\- llaldwin, hail and farewell. 



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^X'Kl.YN i'.ROWN 
President 



Officers 

of 

Senior Class 





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Miss Mii.dricd Tayi.ok 

.S'/iD/i.vcr 



COLORS 


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MOTTO 


Green ami While 


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Ciiwanl anil Upward 


Ji;a.\ Clark 


Gerda Ouelcii 


Martha Locan 


Sr, irliiry 


ri,-c-l'rcsUlrul 


Treasurer 



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MARY BELL ARCHER 

CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI 

Caml'tdalc for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Eiii/lisli, French, and M atheinatics 

FKKSH>rAN: Feature Editor, Caitipus Coiiiiiicitls : Bluestocking Staff; Cover Designer of 
The Miscellany; Chairman Program Committee, Freshman-Junior Banquet ; 
Dramatic Club; Casts of The Sieaii, Mr. Piiii Passes By. 

SOPHOMORF: Managing Editor, Camj^its Comments : Social Committee Y. W. C. A.; 
Varsity Debating Team; Member Debating Club, Psychology Cluli, and 
Dramatic Club; Cast of .'>iin-Uf: Stage Manager Hansel and Gretel : (hair- 
man Program Committee, Sophomore-Senior Banquet. 

.U'NIOk: Editor-in-Chief, Bhiestoeking ; Vice-President Psycli()log\- lluli; \'ice- 

President Debating Club; Varsity Debating Team, Friendshiji Committee 
Y. \\'. C. A.; Presidents' Forum; Member Dramatic CluIi, French Club, 
Psychology Cluli; Member Mary Baldwin Himor Society; Cast of Thank 
You. Doctor. 

SENIOR: President Student Government Association; Chairman. The Presidents" 

Forum; Member-ex-oflicio Y. \\\ C. A. Cabinet; Contributing Editor of 
Cainj^us Cownienis ; Member Mary Baldwin Honor Society; Member De- 
bating Club ; Psychology Club, Dramatic Club, French Club ; \'arsity De- 
bating Team; Chairman Program Committee, Senior Christmas Play; 
Cast Senior Plav. Tlie Ghost Traiic 



Pages 

Katiikrine Dyer 
Nancy Stanard 



Attendants 
Katherine Dyer 
Nancy Stanard 



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HELEN HOl'E ARTHUR 

RED KEY, IXDLWA 

Candidate for Intchclor of .Iris Dcijrcc 
/•-ii(/lish and Historv 



FRKSH.MAX: Mu 
SOPHOMORE: Mus 
JUNIOR: Mu^ 

SKNIOR: Mus 



c ( hil. 
c Cluli 
c L'lul. 

I lull 



Y. W. (_. A.; I In- (hrcii .l/ii.v,/;«-. Athlelic Assuciatiun. 
Y. W. C A. ; Aljiha Rho Tau ; Athletic Association. 
Y. W . 0. A.; Athletic Association. 
I'sychology (Inl.; Y. W . (.'. .\. ; .\lhletic .\ssocialion. 



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Cll,\K1.0TTE FrXKE 
CAROLINE IVEV 



Attendants 

C II A k 1 . OTT E F U N K E 

Caroline Ivey 



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Jl'lSSIE SARA r.KAR 

STAUNTON, VIKCINIA 

Caiididah- far Barliclor o[ .Iris Dcf/rrr 
.]J itsic 
FRKSHMAN: Day Stu(.k-ni Ch\\<: Glee i'\u\,: Ymiiig W unun's Ghristiaii Associntiwii. 

SOPHOiMORE; Day Student lluli; Gk-c (lul.; .\thk-tk Assucialimi ; Y.mng Women's 
Christian Associatiim. 

JUNIOR: Day Student Chil.; Gke C_hili; Alldelic Association; Young Women's 

Christian Association. 

SKNIOK: Day Stmknl (.Inh; Music I'lnli; (dec tlnl.; Alhktic Association; Young 

W onun's Christian Association. 



Pu./cs 
Dorothy I'.i;.\r 

Lelia IlL^yiCTT 



. [ttcndanl.s 

Dorothy P>kar 
LuciLLA White 



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MARY P.LAKE 

FAIRFAX, VIRCIXIA 

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Emjlish and Psychology 

Jramatic I lull ; Granildaughters' ("luli; Hocki^-v Team; Cast uf Mr. I'iin 
Passes By: Cast of Ihisl of tlie Road- 

SOPHOMORE: Dramalic Club; Casts of Sun Up. The Iiiifortaiiee of Bciiuj Earnest: 
Chairman Social Committee Y. W. C. A.; \'ice-President Granddaughters' 
Club; Chairman Committee for Sophomcjre-Senior Banquet; Assistant 
Business Manager Miscellany. 

George Washington University, Washington, 1). C. 

Granddaughters' L lub ; Iiramatic Club; Psychology Club; Society F.dilor 
Cam/ius Comments : Advertising Nfanager Miseellany : Casts of Senior 
Play, The Gliost Train: Tlie Serfenfs Toolli. Iledda Gahler. 



•KKSHMAX 



JUNIOl' 
SF.NIOl 



Pages 

E^rMA JKAXXi-: P.aldwix 
Doris P>exson' 




Attendants 

Emma Tkaxxk P.aldwix 
Doris Benson 



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ANNE BRADFORD 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 

Candidate for Bacl'.clor of .Irts Dcgrcc 
Eiujlisli 
FRESHMAN : W illiaiii and Alary Lulk-ge. W illiamstmrg, \'irginia. 
SOPHOMOkK: William and Alary Colk-ge. W illianislung, A'irginia. 

JUNIOR: Day StiKknt Clul.; Psyclu.lcpgy Chili; Canifus Coiiiniriilx Staff; Bliirshi.k-- 

iiuj Staff. 

SENIOR: Day Studoit tliil.; I'syclicilogy tliili; Athletic Assin-iali<.n ; Young W.mi- 

en's Christian Asscpciatinn. 



Pages 

IVIaky Ann V'ai.z 
Ikssik Mak Covk.k 



. Illi-iidaiils 

Caroi.ink Conlox 
EsTiiKR Brown 






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MAR IF. I'.RAND 

WA YN KSR( IK( I, \' I K( ;i N I A 

^ Candidalc fur Inichclor <if . Irts Dcijrcc 
Eiujlish 
l-RKSH.MAN: Day Slu<li.-iil Clul., Riding ( luK, l.illlc Sisicis' Cliil,; Ailik-iic Ass. 

SOPHOMORE: Day Stiuk-iit tlul.; Riding Clnl.; Liulc Sislers' Chil.; Aihk-tic Assu 
Y. W . C. A. 

JL'N'IOR: Riding ( luli; l.ittk- Sislur-' ( hil.; Day Sin. km ( Inl.; Aibl^iic Ass.. 

Y, W. (. . A. 

SRNIOK: Day Sm.k'in (Inl.; Ri.ling (kdi; l.illk- Sisters' ( kd.; Atliklic . 

lii.n. Y. \\ . C. .\.; Ailve-rlising Manager, Ctiinl'us Cniiiiiiciil.w 



L'lalitin, 
:iati.:>n ; 



KOHKKIA \'ANCE 

Fkaniks Wilson 



/Itlciidants 

Ann Mosby 

Frances Wilson 






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EVELYN E. BROWN 

TARRYTOWX, NEW YORK 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Iris Degree 
English and French 

I 'ill I I 'ass 



By. Ill Floz.'s the 



FRESH^[AX: Oramalic Cluli; Casts of The Swuii. Mr 
Gore: Class Hockey and Baseball Teams. 

SOPHOMORE: Class Treasurer; Campus Coiiiwciils Slaff; French Club; Spanish I'lub ; 
Dramatic Club; Casts of Siiii-Cp. The hiiporiaiicc of Being Earnest; Class 
Hockey Team. 

JUNIOR : i3usiness Manager, Bluestoekiny : Campus Comments Stafi'; French Club; 

Secretary Spanish Club; Glee Club; Dreimaiic Club; Cast. Pierrot Before 
the Seven Doors; Stage Manager Ike Great Broxopp; Class Hockey. 
Baseball, and Basketball Teams. 



SENIOR: 



President Senior Class; May Queen Attendant; President French Club; 
Spanish Club; Psychology Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Casts Senior 



Play, The Ghost Train; Hedda Gahler : Y. W. 
and Basketball Teams; Presidents' Forum; \la 
at -Vpiile Blossom Festival. 



A. Choir; 
'aldwin C 



Class Hockey 
illege Princess 



Pages 

Janet Holley 
Janis Holley 



Attendants 

Janet Holley 
Janis Holley 









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I- ELLEN DOUGLASS liUSIT 

'- CKEENSBORO. NORTH CAKOLIXA 

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dciircc 
French and History 

FkKSHMAX: ] JranuUic Lhili; l-'resliman-Jimiur I'aiuiiict I'lmimillec. 

I SOPHOMOkK: An Clul.; V^ W . e". A. Cummitlec. 

Sf 

% JUNIOR: French Cluli; Art Cluli ; PsychoU.gy C\uh: Y. W . C". A. Pulilicity Com- 

J-, mittee; Class Hockey Team; Class Baseball Ti-ain ; Assistant Xews Editor 

i-. Campus Coiiiiiii'iils. 

^'i SENIOR: An Cliil.; Secretary I'rench fluli; I'sycholcigy eluli; Proinpter fc.r Senior 

$1-' Class Flay: Class Hockey Team: Managing Editor Caiii/'us Coiniiwiils: 

h X'ice-Fresideni Y. \\ . C. A.; Chairman Program Committee Y. W. C. A. 



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I'.KTH Raxson Elizabeth Bolton 

Janie Stevexs Jaxie Stevexs 






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JEAN OWENS CLARK 

(ROZF.T, VIRGINIA 

Caiiiliduli' for I'acliclor <</" . Irts Pci/iw 
Music 
FRESHMAN: Music C\u]<; (llee Chili; Dranialic lliil.; Y. W. C. A. Choir. 
SOPHOMORE: Music Huh; (ik-e Chih ; Y. W . C'. A. Choir; Class Hockey Team. 

JUNIOR: Friendshiii Committee Y. \\ . (.'. A.; Vice-President Music Cluh ; President 

Glee Cluh; Presidents' l-Crum ; Fjaskethall Team. Class Fasehall Team; 
Class Hockey Team. 

SENIOR; Psychology t luh ; President Music Cluh; Idee Cluh; Secretary Senior 

Class; Music Ihairman of Y. \\ . C. .\. (. ahinet ; Presidents' Forum; last 
of Senior Play, 'flic GliosI Train: Class Hockey, Raskethall, and I'.aschall 
Teams. 



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Evelyn Fawcett 
Katiierine Mai or 



.lllciiilaiils 

EvEl.^•.\■ h'AW lETT 
Katiiekixe Major 



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MARY VIRGINIA CLARK 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Candidate for Inichclnr of .bis Degree 
English and History 

Dramatic Cluli; Choral C'liili; (.lee Cluli; Casts uf 'Jlw .S'too)/, 
Folks. 

SOPHOMOKK: Dramatic Cliil.; ClK.ral Chih; Y. W. C. A. Choir; Cast of lln, 
Gn-tcl. 



FRESHMAN 



II'OIIIL'II 

isii and 



.IL:NI()R: 
SKMOk 



Music Clul>; Clmral thih; Ycmiig \\ oiiK-ii's Christian Associatiwii. 
Music lluli; Cast nt' Senior Flay, Ihe Clmsl Tnun. 



Pages 

Maky P'drkest 
Hakkikt Rked 

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. Ittendants 

MaKV I-\)kKKST 

Hakkikt Rked 



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LOIS jANK (lARONl-.R 

BI.ACKSBL'Ki;, \'IK(;iXIA 

Caiididalc for Bachelor of .Irts Pcf/rcc 
Eiu/lisli 
1-KHSllMAN: Music C\u\<: Athlilic Associatinn ; Y. W. I'. A, ( onimitk" 
SOPHOMORE: Music e'lul.; Young Women's ehristian Association; Class 

JUNIOR: Vice-President of Junior Class; Sports Kditor Bhuslockii 

Cabinet; Psychology Club; Music Club; Class Hockey and 

SENIOR: Student Council; House President of Sky High; Vicc-Prc 

ogy Cluli; Secretary Music Club; Assistant News Editor 
iiiciils: Cast of Senior Play, I'lic Glwst Train. 



,</.■ Y. W 
Haseball 

esident V 
C'liiiil^ni 



Team. 

C. A. 
Peams. 

^vchol- 
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Pagcs 

JVIakjokiI': Abbey 
Lucy Siiarpe 



. Ifli-iulaiils 

Mar I (IK IK Abbky 
Lucy Siiarpe 



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\ IKCIXIA I.l-.WIS HOL'SP: 

WILSON. NOKTII CAKOIJNA 

Cuiuliilalc for Ihichrlor of .Irts Dcijycc 
EiiijUsh and History 

I'KF.SHMAX: Vice-President Freshman (.lass; Ca])lain liasel.all Team; Cutillion (.luIi; 

Spanish Ckib ; 1 )ramatic Club. 
SOrHO.MoKK: Friendship Committee Y. W. C. A.; Chih Hnuse Committee; -Spanish 

Chih; Dramatic Club; Casts of Sun (>, hiiforttiiiic of Bciiui Earliest ; 

Class and Varsity Baseball Teams. 



lUNlOR: 



SKNIOK: 



Business Manager Misceltany; Spanish Club; Dramatic Club; Cast ot 
Before tlic Snrii Doors; Friendship Committee Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 
Council; Baseball and Hockey Teams; Golf Club; Assistant News Editor 
Cniiil^iis Coiiiiiiciits. 



lUisiiiess Manager Cainpiis i o 
I )ramalic Chili; Cast of Seiii 
Team . 



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P(H/CS 

Jean r.Ki.i.iNc;RATii 

Or A ElIMLING 



iiin-iils; Chairman Club House C'omniitter 
ir I'lav. 7/ic (.:iiust I rain : Class Basebal 



Attendants 



Jean Bellingratii 

Ora EllMLING 



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CHARLOTTE BEVERLEY HOY 

l'l':rK,KSBl'KC,, vrUCINIA 

CaiuiiilaU- for Bachelor of Arts Dci/rcc 
Bible 
FRESHMAN: Music Cliil. ; Class Hockey, Baskctliall, and Bascl)all Teams. 

SOI'HOMORK : Y. W. C A. Devotional Committee; Business Manager r\Iusic tluli; ( Uni- 
miltec for Sophomore-Senior Banquet: Class Hockey. Baskell)all. and 
Baseball Teams; Monogram Club. 

JUNIOR: President Junior Class; Presidents' Forum; Spani'-h Chili; Psycliology 

Club; Art Club; Chairman of Y. W. C. A. Friendship Committee; Class 
Hockey, BasketbaU. and Baseball Teams. 

SENIOR: President Young Women's (hristian Association; House Presidcnl of 

Fraser Hall; Presidents' Forum; Student Council; .Music Club; Psychology 
Club; Sjianish Club; Class Hockey, Baskell)all, and liaseball Teams. 



Paijcs 

Nancy Wallace 
Imogen Bird 



Attendants 

■ Nancy W'allack 
Fmockx Bird 



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NANCY P.ELLE LARRICK 

NKW MAKTINSVIl.LE. WKST VIK(ilNIA 

Cainluhilc fur InichcUn- of . Irts Dci/rcc 
Clicinistry 

FRKSHAIAN: .\ltI^ic (liili; S|iaiiisli C'liil>; Young Wmiu-n's (_ hrislian Assucialidii. 

SOFHOAIORI-:: Music Cliil.; Psychology elul.; Y. W. C. A. CommilUc. 

JUNIOR: Secictary junior Class: Psycliolngy (■hili; Young Women's Christian 

Associalion. 
SENIOR: House PrcsicUnl Hill-Top; Suulent Council; Treasurer of Phi Gamma 

Alpha. 



Pages 

Mellie Hussey 
Mary P.kia.x Thorpe 



Attendants 

Mary Brian Thorpe 
Maxwei.i. Wkkhit 



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ANNA MARTHA LOGAN 

PITTSBURr.II, rEN.\svi.\\\xrA 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Irts Degree 
French and Mafheiiiatics 

FKKSHMAN: Young Women's Christian Associaiion ; Aihk-lic Association; Class Baski-t- 
liall Team. 

SOPHOMORE: Dramatic Cluli; Young Women's Christian Association; Class l!askcll>all 
Team. 

JUNIOR: French Cluli; Psychology Lluh; Dramatic Cluh ; Recorder of Points; Clas- 

Hockey and Basketball Teams. 

SENIOR: Treasurer of Senior Class; President Psychology Club; French Chili; 

Dramatic Club; Presidents' Forum; Y. \\ . C. A. Committee; Cast of Rich 
Man, Poor Man; Class Basketball and Hockey Teams. 



Pages 

Mary Wat Ayler 
Betty Beckert 



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Mary Wat Ayler 
. Betty Beckert 



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WI XI FRED LOVE 

^^(l^K^:I■■Il•:l.D, w Ksr vircima 

Candidate for I'>achchir of .Iris Degree 
English a}id Freneh 

l-'RKSHM.W: Dramatic Club; Debating Club; Varsity Debating Team ; Tennis Cliam|ii(in; 
Class Hockey and Baseball Teams. 

SOPHOMORE: President Debating Club; Varsity Debating Team; Y. W. C. A. Committee; 
Dramatic Club; Cast of Sun Up; Cast of Importance of Being Earnest; 
Athletic Council ; Class Hockey, and Baseball Teams ; Varsity Hockey. 

JL'NtOlv: Bluestocking Staff; Junior Class Treasurer; Y. W. C. A. Committee: 

bVench Club; Spanish Club; Psychology Club; Debating Club; Dramatic 
L'lub; Cast of Thanh: You, Doctor; Class Hockey and Baseball Teams. 

SF.XIOK: House President of Memorial; Student Council; Vice-President Athletic 

Association; Sport Leader .Archery; Treasurer Psychology Club; French 
Club; Spanish Club; Delating Club; Dramatic Club; Cast of Senior 
Play, The Ghost Train; Class Hockey Team; X'arsity Debating Team. 



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Pages 

Betty Bennett 
Raquel Fajardo 



Attendants 

Raquel Fajardo 

Mellte JJussey 






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LOUISE STUART MARTIN 

W II II'K POST, VIKCIXIA 

Caiidldalc for Bachelor of .his Dc(/rcc 
Social Science 
FRESHMAN: Little- Sisters' (_lu1i; An Ckili; Class Htickcy and Basketliall Teams. 
SOPHOMORE: Little Sisters' Cliili: An Cluli; Young Women's Christian Association. 

JUNIOR: Little Sisters' Cluli; Art (.'hili; Alliletic Association; Young Women's 

Christian Association. 

SENIOR: Little Sisters' (.luli; Dramatic Cliil>; Psychology Club; Class Track Team; 

.Athletic Association. 



Pages 

Jean Blackburn 
Benton Robinson 



Attendants 

Jean Blackburn 
Frances Milton 



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MARIAN MARTIN 

WHITE POST, VIRGINMA 

Candidate for Bachelor of .his Jh'i/rcc 
English 

FKVSHyWN : Music Cliih; Ycmiig \\nnu-n'> ( hristian Association; flass Basketball 
Team, 

SOPHOMORIi: \'ice-Pri.-si(knt Art (,lul.; Y. W . C. A. Social Conimittci- ; W iniicr of 
Posture Cu]) ; Class Ijasketliall Team. 

JUNIOR: Art Cluh ; Young Women's Christian Association; Class Basketliall Team. 

SF.NlOk: Music Cluli; Young Women's ( hristian ,\ssocialion ; Class Basketball 



Pages 

Jean Diescher 
Cecil Pendleton 



Attendants 

Cecil Pendleton 

Jane Shaler 






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GERTRUDE LOUISE MESSER 

GALAX. VIRClXrA 

Candidate far Hachclur of .Iris Degree 
Music 

FRESHMAN: Music Cluli; Glee Club; El Circulu Espanol : Young Women's Christian 
Association ; Athletic Association. 

.SOPHO^IORE: Music Club; El Circulo Espanol ; Ynung Women's Christian .-\ssociation ; 
Athletic As.sociation. 

JL'NIOK: Music Club; Golf Club; Ynung Women's Christian .Association; Athletic 

Association. 

SENIOR: Psychology Club; Music Club; Dramatic CUib ; Golf Club; Young Women's 

Christian .Association ; .Athletic .Association. 



Pages 

Virginia Crawford 
Ellen Morris Jones 



Attendants 

Virginia Crawford 
Ellen Morris Jones 



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ROSANNAH WATERS MILAM 

( AKTKRSVILLE, GEORIWA 

Ciiiidldalc for BacJiclor of .Iris Dcyrcc 
M alliciiialics 

FRKSHMAN: Diainatic UiiK ; Ri-d-l lea.lcil (.liil.: AtliU-tic Assiiciatioii : Yming Wcincn's 
Christian Assciciation. 

SOPHOMORH: 1 iramatic C'liili; Rod- Ht-ailed C'liil>; Alhkiic Associalinii; Young Women's 
Christian Association. 

JL'NIOK: (."lass Hockey l\ani ; Red-Headed Clul>; .\lhlelic Association; Yonng 

women's Christian .Association. 

SENIOR: Psychology Clul.; Red-Headed Cluh; .\lhletic .Association; Young Wom- 

en's Christian Association. 



Pages 

Adele Gcwch 
Martii.-\ Laxcaster 



.Utciidaiits 

Adele Goocii 
Bonnie Kikkland 



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HELEN LaVORST MILLER 

Ni;\V HOPE, VIRGINIA 

Candidate for Bacliclor of Arts Degree 
Chemistry and History 

FRESHMAN: Business Manager Caiiipiis Coiiiiiicnis and the Hand Book; Athletic Coun- 
cil; Member Monogram, Golf, Riding, and Music Clubs; Winner Mary 
Baldwin Blazer; Chemistry Assistant; Class Hockey Team; Captain Class 
Baseball Team ; Varsity Baseball Team ; Day Student Cluli. 

SOPHOMORE; Business Alanager Bluestocking and Haud Book; Y. W. C. A. Conmiitlee; 
Chemistry Assistant; Meml)er Golf, Music and Riding Clubs; Secretary El 
Circulo Espanol ; Athletic Council ; Class Baseball Team ; Varsity Baseliall 
Team ; Day Student Club, 

JUNIOR: Business Manager Campus Couinients and Hand Book; President El Cir- 

culo Espanol; President Golf Club; Vice-President Athletic Association; 
President Phi Gamma Alpha ; Presidents' Forum ; Chemistry Assistaiit ; 
Member Riding, Art, and Psychology Clubs ; Class Hockey Team ; Varsity 
Hockey Team ; 1 )ay Student Club. 

SENIOR: Editor-in-Chief Campus Comments; President Phi Gamma Alpha; Presi- 

dents' Forum; Athletic Council; Business Manager Senior Class Play, 
The GliosI Train: Chemistry Assistant; Member Golf, Riding, and Dram- 
atic Clulis; (.lass H(.ckev Team; X'arsilv Hockey Team; Dav Student 
Club. 



Pages 

Eleanor Miller 

Jane Shaler 



Attendants 

'Marjokik Beasley 

\'iR(;r\iA SitiTii 






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ELIZARETH FULTON MOODY 

STAUNTON, VIRCINIA 

Caiididalc fur Ihichclor of . Irts Dci/rcc 
Eiu/lisli 

FRESHMAN: Day Student ( hih; KcimhIit for Caiii/^iis Cniiiin-iils. 

SOPHOMORE: News Editur L'aiiifns i'oiiiiiinils; Varsity Haseliall Team; Day Student 
flub. 

JUNIOR: Frcdericksljurg Stale Teachers College. 

SENIOR: Sports Editor Canif'Ks Cunniiciils : Cajilain Senior Hockey Team; Varsity 

Hockey Team ; 1 lay Student L'luli. 



■\ Pages . Ulciidaiils 

'\ |i;\N I l(]l.l,ID.\Y jliAN Hoi,LIUAY 

\ Lrciij.A White Thkodosia Mann 






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MARY ALEXANDER OPIE 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 

Caiiiiidatc for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 
FRESHMAN: Guiislcn Hall, W ashiiigt.m, I ). C. 

SOPHOMORE : Day StuileiU Clul); (iranddaugliars' Clul.; Young Women's Christian 
Association. 

JUNIOR: Day Student Club; Granddaughters' Cluh; Caiiitns Ciniiiin-iils StalY; 

Young \\ I mien's Christian Association. 

SENIOR: Day Student (."luh; Granddaughters' Cluli; Ynung Women's ( hristian .As- 

sociation; Caiiit'iis Cdiiniiriit.^' Staff. 



Pages 

Katherine Marks 
Katherine Warden 



ylllciidail/s 

Katiiekixe Marks 
Katherine Warden 



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HELEN GRAHAM PATTERSON 

EL DORADO. ARKANSAS 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Iris Deijrcc 

Music 

FRESHMAN: Freshman Ke,,resen,ativc „n Y. W. C. A. Cal.inct; Y. W . C. A O.oir; 

Music Commiltc-e Y. W . C. A.; Music Clul,; (lice Cli.l.; last ,.l /// Ho:,s 

The Gore. 
SOPHOMORE: Secretary c,l Y. W. C. A.; Chairman „l Mu-~ic rommillec, Y W. C. A.- 

President nl Glee Chil.; Class Basketball Team; Cast (it I Uni.u-I and 

Grclcl. 
JUNIOR: Newcomli (.nllege. New Orleans, Louisiana. 

SENIOR- Program Committee of Music Club; French Club; Psychology Cl"'^ i Glee 

(^liil,. Y. W. C. A. Ihoir; Class Hockey Team; Cast, Senior Class Flay 

The Ghost 'I'niiii. 



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Pages 

Margaret Hunt 
Patty Jo Maiiony 



.itteitdaiils 

Marc.aket Hunt 

I'atty 111 Maiiony 



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FRESHMAN : 



SOPHOMORE: Psychology Clul 
JUNIOR: Psychology Cluli 

SENIOR: Psychology ( luli 



ROSA GILMER PHIPPS 

W AYNKSBOKO. VlRtUNIA 

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dccpw- 
flihle and English 
Glct Club; Ciiiiil'Ks (.'.iiiiiin'iils Staff; Y. \\ . C. A.; Athletic Association, 
t'aliinel, Y. VV. C. A.; GrainUlaughters' Cluli. 
Granddaughters' Gliili; Stcrelary, Y. W. C A. 
Treasurer. Y. W . G. A. 



Pages 

Saka Lacy 
Ac.NKs MrCi.uNf; 



. Itleiidaiits 

\\.\H\ IIkss l''iiziii-(;ir 
.\(;\i-;s McCi.i'xc 



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LaRUK PRIDEAUX 

GRAHAM, TEXAS 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Iris Degree 
Dramatics 
FRESHMAN : Texas Stale College lor W omen, Denton, Texas. 
SOPHOMORE: Texas State College for Women, Denton, Texas, 
JUNIOR: Dramatic Oi.l.; Glee Clnl.; Dnmialic Recital; Cast of Tlic Great Broxofr. 

Thank- You. Porlor. 
SENIOR: Vice-Fresi.lent of Dramatic (Jul,; W orl.l Fellowship Commiltl 



Senior l.lav. The Ghost Tram: A Scrtcnfs Tooth: tlcdda Gal,l, 
atic Recital, Sun'-esscd Ih-nrrs: Dramatic Recital, I' lush, l.y \. 



Casts o 
r; Dram 
Woolf. 



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Fai/es 

Peggy Collier 
.Sadie Prideaux 



Attendants 
Sadie Prideai'X 
Ax ME Terrell 






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GERDA LOUISE OUELCH 

WII.MIXGTOX, XORTII CAROLINA 

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dei/ree 
English and History 

FRESHMAN: Sccrutary of Krushman Class; Class Marshal; Uranialic ('hil.; Cotillion 

Chili; tilcu Cluli. 
SOPHOMORE: Class Marshal; Dramatic Cluh; Spanish Clnh; C.lei- Chih; Cast of Ilaii.u-1 

and Grclcl. 

Chief Alarshal; Literary Assistant Caiii/^iis Coiiinwiits StafI'; Young Woni- 



J UN TOR: 
SENIOR: 



en's Christian Association. 

Vice-President, Senior Class; Class Marshal; Y. W. C. A. Committee 
Memher; Society Editor, Campus Coiinncnts; Cast of Senior Play, Tlie 
Ghost Train; May Queen Attendant. 



Panes 

]\I.\RY Jaxic McAIkchen 
Sue Lee Proffit 



.Ittcndants 

M,AKV Jane McMeciiex 
Sue Lee Proffit 



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XIRGIXIA ROUDAr.rSH 

l.lkAY. VIRGINIA 

Caiididati- for Bachelor of .Iris Dajrcc 
Music 
FKESHMAX: W ai-.l-lV'lni..nt. Xashvillc, Tcnn. 
SOPHOMOKK : W anl-Belin.mt, Nashville, Tenn. 

JUNIOR: (.liT ( luli; Young Wdnien's Christian /\-.s()ciatii)n t hnir; Music ( hih. 

SENIOR: Music Cluh; Young Women's ( hrislian Association Choir; Clk-c Cluli 

Psychology C'hili; Dramatic Club. 



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Pages 

Mary Elizabeth Gardner 
Jessie Anne Roudabush 



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.Ittcndanis 

Mary Elizabeth Gardner 
Jessie Anne Roudabush 






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AXXE RANDOLPH RUDD 

BOX AIR, VIRGINIA 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Irts Degree 
Psychology 
FRESHMAN: Glee elul>; Music lliili; Young Women's Chrislian Association. 
SOPHOMORE: Glee Clul) ; Music lluti; Young Women's Christian Association. 
JUNIOR: Class Marshal; Psych. ilogy (Inh ; Mary P.aldwin College Princess at 

Apple Blossom Festixal; Winner of Posture lup. 
SENIOR: Chief Marshal; May Queen; Psychology Cluh ; Dramatic Cluh ; Cast of 

Senior Class Play, The Ghost Train; Cast of Hcdda Gabler. 



Pages 

Dorothy Ham 
Mary Waties Lumpkin 



Attendants 

LrcY Lewis 
1\1aky Waties Lumpkin 






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MARGARETT KABLE RUSSELL 

STAUXTOX, VIRCIXIA 

Candidate for Bachelor of .his Dcijrce 
English 
FRESHMAN: St. ^[ary's Junior College, Raleigh, North Carolina. 
SOPHO.MORK: Music Clul.; Day Student Chil.; (^rancklaughlcrs' Clul,; Three .\rts Cluh. 

JUNIOR: BlucstiiikiiHi Start"; French Cluh; Day Student Cluh; Clranddaughlers' 

Cluh; .Art Cluh; Three .Arts Cluh. 

SENIOR: Day Student Cluli; Granddaughter.s' Cluh; r.sychulogy Cluh; Three Arts 

Cluli. 



Pages 

Elizabktu Dyer 
Ei.iZAr!?:Tir \''ixcext 



.Ittendauts 

Elizabeth Dyer 
Elizabeth \'ix(ext 




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FRKSHMAN: 
SOPHO^rOKK 

JUNIOR: 

SKNIOR: 



ISABELLA OLDHAM SPILLMAN 

MAkllNSBUKG, WEST VIRGIN'IA 

Caiiilidalc for Bachelor of .Irts Dctjrcc 
Latin 



Class Hockc)-, Basketball and Track Teams; \'arsily 



Dramatic Clul) 
Track Team. 

Dramatic Chili; Psychology Club; Debating Club; Program Committee of 
Y. W. C. A.; Miscellany Staff; Class Hockey, Basketball, and Track 
Teams; Varsity Hockey, Basketball and Track Teams. 

Student Treasurer; Athletic Council; Dramatic Cluli; Psychology Club; 
Monogram Club; Class Hockey, Basketball, and Track Teams; X'arsity 
Hockey, Basketball, and Track Teams. 



Student Treasurer; Y. W. C. .\. Finance 
Dramatic Club; Class Hockey, Basketball, 
Hockey Team. 



nnimittee; Psychology Club; 
;ind Track Teams; \'arsily 



Paijcs 

Anne Harrison 
Jeannie Richaud 



Attendants 

Anne Harrison 
Jeannie RicnAi:D 



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WAYNE, PKX NSVLVAX I A 

Candidate for Bachelor of .Irts Decree 
English and French 

FRESHMAN : Dramatic Cluli ; Glee Club ; Spanish Chil. ; Hockcv Team ; Baskctl.all Team ; 
Cast nf /// FUn.'s the Gore. 

SOPHOMORR: Treasurer Dramatic Club; Glee Club; French Club; Spanish Club; 
Caiiipu.s- CoDDiiciits Staff; Cast of Importance of Being Earnest. 

JUNIOR: Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Treasurer French Club; Psychology Club; 

Monogram Club; Sport Leader: Hiking and Swimming; Hockey Team; 
Baseball Team; Sports Editor Canipu.\- Coniinenl.f : Associate Editor of 
Miscellany ; Cast of About Face. 

SENIOR: President Athletic Association; Student Council, Ex-Officio ; Glee Club; 

Dramatic Club; Psychology Club; French Club; Presidents' Forum; Cast 
of The Ghost Train; Hockey Team; Baseball Team; Winner of Posture 
Contest; Campus Comments: Chairman of Mary Baldwin Birthday Dinner 
Committee. 



Pages 

Elizabeth Bolton 
Mary Carter 



Attendants 

Julia Barber 
Mary Carter 



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HARRIET WEAD 

TOXAWAXDA, NEW Y(lKK 

Candidalc for I'achclor of Arts Dci/rcc 
French 
FRESHMAN: Art Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association. 

SOPHOMORE: President of An Cliil); Sophomore Class Secretary; Presidents' Forum; 
.Campus Cuiiuncuts Staff; Y. \\ . C. A. Friendshiii Committee; Assistant 
Art Editor of Bluestocking. 

JUNIOR: Art Club; French Club; Psychology Club; Secretary of Student Council; 

Cam/'us Conniieiils Staff; Associate Editor of Bluestocking; Club House 
Committee. 

SENIOR: Vice-President SluiUnl Council; House President of >rcClung; French 

Club; Caiiif'iis Cominciils Staff; Club House Committee. 



PoflCS 

Mildred Hi.'ffmax 
Harriet Jayne 



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.Mildred H^•FF^L\^■ 
Harriet Tayne 






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\'IRGINIA MALINDA WEAVER 

STAUNTON, VIKCINTA 

Laiul'ulatc for Bachelor of .irfs Degree 
Bible 



FRESHiMAN: Spanish Llul.; Day Sludciu Chili 

SOPHOMOKK: Sjianish Cliih; Day StucUnl Cluh 

JUNIOR: Spanish Clul); Day Sludcnl C\uh 

SENIOR: President Day Stiuleni Cluh; 

Athletic Association. 



Athletic Association. 
Athletic .Association. 
Athletic .Association, 
'residents' Fonmi ; Student (Ouncil 



Pages 

Ethel Ray Coffey 
Frances Jacobs 



Attendants 

Ethel Ray Coffey 
Frances Waide 



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The Seniors' Last Salute 

WHEX wc, llie Class of '33, returned to ^Iar_\' Baldwin in September to 
begin our Senior year, we were decidedly not the same class that, three 
glorious years before, had entered as Freshmen. We had lost somewhat in 
numbers, it is true. I)ut we had gained infinite!}' in wisdom and responsibility. We 
came together with the realization that this was to be our fullest and loveliest year 
at college, and we were all looking forward to it with great expectation. 

We were formally recognized as Seniors at the Investiture service held on 
Miss Mary Julia Baldwin's birthday. October 4, when we received our caps and 
gowns and sang for the first time our Senior Song. It was a proud da}' for us and 
one that none of us will easily forget. There was a part}' that afternoon and the 
day was perfectl}' terminated b}- a formal dinner given in the College dining-room 
in honor of the Seniors. 

Later in October a perfectly grand steak-roast was given ff)r us at Ci}psy Hill 
Park bv a grand person. Dr. Taylor, our sponsor. 

"The Gliost Train" was decided upon for our .Senior pla}', and under Miss 
Latimer's direction the preparations and practices began. It was hard work, but on 
the night of December 15. the play was presented, and it proved to be worthy of 
our efforts. 

The next big event for us was our Christmas part}' for the servants which we 
gave in the Chapel on the night before the holidays began. In spite (jf the excite- 
ment running high, it gave us rather a queer feeling to realize that never again 
would we attend such a part}' at Mar}- r.aldwin. 

After Christmas vacation, which was a thrilling one for all of us, we had to 
face our last mid-year examinations. It was a very trying time, but we all came 
through with tlying colors. 

This last semester has been so full of tilings for us, that it would be impos- 
sible to include them all in this brief history. We remember such important events 
as the Sophomore and Junior entertainments for us, the trip of the Contemporary 
Thought Class to Washington. Spring Holidays, and numerous concerts, lectures, 
debates, plays, teas, dinner,s — all the things that have helped to make our last year 
here our very busiest one. 

Then suddenly we again faced examinations — our final f)nes at Mary I'.aldwin. 
Once again we struggled hard and won. 

After this, we were plunged into Commencement week with its many festivi- 
ties. We found ourselves going through Class Day, Baccalaureate Sunday, May 
Dav, and suddenly we were real!}' graduating. There is so much oil'ered to us now 
and yet many of us would gladl}' turn back to relive this last year together. 



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enior 




^oem 



Striiuije 

lliiw tlu-sc tall Cdlumns stay 

SnUMith and wliulc. 

Many s^ifls liavt- hits of them 

Carried away and buried 

111 the warm seclusion of their hearts. 



It stands here entire, unchanged, our col 
Deepness of hoxwood still melting- 
Into sunflecked terraces; 

Sunlight 

Still lying warm and gold 
Upon the campus — 

A transient mist of laughter — 

Of laughter and of tears 

The star is there above the chapel — 
And Ham and Jam are there, 
Philosophers. 



Now, leaving, we too carry away 

Our bits of thy white columns, Mary P.aldwin ; 

And ever in our hearts 

We will enshrine them — 

Straight and tall and glowing pure. 

Peggy Russell, '35 



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What the: Roses Heard 



(Sc.iiK' Viars Hcnci) 

Siciic: Super-suite, numlier 1, Grande Hulel — talisman roses in abundance. Helen 
Patterson, concert pianist, in black satin languishing on purple taffeta chaise lounge. 

Enter maid. 

Madam, z'oila, a lady desires lo speak with you. 

Miss Patterson: You know I'm too tired to have another interview. 

Maid: Ah, but, Madame, it is distressing! She has called you an ugly toad when J said 
that. 1 do not understand. So confusing! She said something about Mary Baldwin. Do you 
know her? 

Miss P.\tterson : Mary Baldwin! Did she go there? Hurry! Bring her in. Wonder 
who that can be? 

Enter AI.^RJORIE Stuart folloiccd by six youiuj ours 'nitli Ihitcli bobs, icho arc surkuin 
striped pepperiniiit slicks. 

Marce : "Pat" ! You fox ! So famous they wouldn't let me see you ! 

Pat: .-Vud you, "Marge," with all those dear children! It's so grand to see you again. 
Reminds me of those sessions at M. B. C. What's become of all of them? Every now and 
then I run across some of them when I'm on my tours. 

MARciE : Then I suppose you've heard Helen Arthur's Wonder Ciirl's Orchestra and their 
modernistic dance tunes at the roof garden here. 

Pat: Yes, and Jessie Bear is playing the organ over at Radio Chy. 

Marge: And "Evvy" Brown, I have to laugh. Do you know thai she is sailing tonight 
for- India — to interview Gandhi? 

Pat: My land! Last time I saw her she was dancing the tango in Havana! Mary Opie 
stars in a movie here this week. 

Marge : Well, to go from glamour to chickens ! Ellen Douglass Bush has a farm, loves 
dirt, and raises cocker spaniels. Thought she'd he on a newspaper. Instead, it's Rosannah 
Milam's column of Advice to the Lovelorn. 

Pat: Say, does "Evvy" know that "Bev" Hoy is over in the East too? Yes, she and the 
Reverend are digging in Jerusalem now. -And by the way, Virginia Weaver is teaching 
archaeology and Latin. 

Marge . Mercy, and Jean Clark is married to an opera singer. Such lovely children, too ! 

Pat: So has Lois Jane Gardner. Four red-headed little boys, and a "smoothie" with a 
black moustache for a husband. Mary Virginia Clark married the rornantic sort, too. I met 
them on my last crossing to Europe. Now they're hunting lions in Africa. 

Marge : No ! Do you guess she wears shorts and a helmet ? Winnie is quite a sport, too. 
She won the amateur golf championship yesterday. Still the old Scotch in her. (Junior, stop 
banging on that piano. We all have ears.) I saw Isabella Spillman today. She runs that 
swanky teachers' agency on the Avenue. She says La Rue Prideau.v will appear on the New 
York stage soon. 

Pat: Two prominent poets from our class, too — Gertrude ]\Iesser's lovely little lyrics, 
and Peggy Russell's mystic poetry. 

Marge: Say, and two famous scientists. Nancy Larrick, the bacteriologist (absolutely 
spick and span in crispy white), and Helen Miller the great doctor. 

Pat; Anne Bradford married a professor at Columbia. I saw her in Lord and Taylors 
the other day. What about the Martins ? 

Marge: They're both married. For a while Alarian was a model and Louise was an air- 
plane hostess.— You knew that Gcrda Quelch was married to that rich chewing-gum manu- 
facturer? All the money and chewing-gum she wants. (Baby, don't hang out the window. 
It's a long way to the street.) 

P.\t: But guess what? Mary Blake gave up that Shakespearean Theatre to go to Holly- 
wood. Now she's doing the dialogue for Mickey Mouse comedies! 

Mar(;e: I remember her on VX'ednesday nights working on the paper. .Vnd Eliz:ibelh 
Moody, too. She writes those snappy sports shorts on the Tribune. 

Pat: Did you sec that Marie Brand's horse won the derby? . . . My dear, nou simpl\ 
must see the elegant Parisian Gown shop that .Anne Rudd has. 

Marge: I'd love to. (Oh, Junior, you clown, don't do that.) And wh:it's MaA Bell 
Archer doing? 

Pat: Didn't you know? She's the designer. "Marie Bellaire" is the trade name. She 
does make the most gorgeous creations. .And \irginia House designs fine knit suits, besi<les 
her work on the Times. 

Marge: Harriet Wead (the old Swede) has her own interior decorating concern. And 
Martha Logan and Rosa Phijips are married and settled like J am. (Children, please slop. 
Yes, you can all ride all the way uj) and down on the elevator.) 

I'll just have to be going. I know- they will drive you crazy. 

Pat : No, please. 

MaR(;e: Yes, and you ha\e ;i recital tonight. It has been so nice. If you run across 
anyone from M. B. C. tell them 1 s;iiil "Hello." Wish we coidd ha\e a nunion soon. 
Goodbye ! 

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THE JUNIOR CLASS 



Tlu- thrill of bein.i;- ui)i)er classmen .... shopping 

on Saturday afternoons week-ends the 

P.LUESTOCKixi; Thanksgiving Pinner tallow 

candles. . .hhie and red lahleclothes. . .class rings 
. ..l)ull-sessi<ms... horseback rides in the moon- 
light. . .a plunge in the pool before lied. . .watch- 
ing the Seniors at graduation ... watching Iheni 
leave. . . 



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f I 



Maky Delia Xichols 

President 



Officers 

of 

Junior Class 




Miss Mary C. Powell 

Sfonsor 



COLORS 



Purple and Gold 




Esse quam videii 



Janet Dutiiie 
Secretary 



Harriet Jayne 
Fire-Pri'sidnil 



Katherixe Dyer 
Treasurer 



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I'.MMA Ikanni-. I'.Ai.nw in 



DORO'IIIY I'.l'.AR 



Imogen P. iud 



Jean Blackburn 




I'J.IZAIiKTll lldl.TdX 



Annie P.elle P.radley 



Caroline Conlon 



A'irginia Crawford 



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Tank Dewey 



Janet Duthir 



Katiii-;ri\f. 1 )vki< 




Ora Emu. TNG 



R A QUEL FaJARDO 



^1^ 



.,—. ' A AIak'i' I')Kss Fi 



Sarah Dyess 




Mary Forrest 



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Xi-.i.i.ii: 1 1 AN Kl.\> 



1 KAN 1 I i:ill'.ARI) 




M II.DKII) I I ll'hM AN 



I I I',i.I';n 1 1 ricii : nj 



Lucs' Ikxini-: 



Cakolink I\i-:v 



V- - i) 



Hakrikt Iayxe 



Frances Loudekback 



Eleanor Miller 



Mary Delia Nichols 



Cecil Pendleton 



Jane Rice 
(not in picture) 




Sue Lee Proffit 



] L\kRii:'ir 1>;i:i;d 



Jam-: Sii alek 



Nancy Stanaro 



JA.x IK Stevens 



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l'.i.i/,Ai!i;iii \i.\( l■:.\•|■ 



Ill•.l.l■;.\ Wade 



Naxcv Wallace 



DoKOTIIV Walln 




l\Ai iii;kiM-; W AKDICN 



Lucilla White 



Sarah Didlev Wuit.moke 



Maxwell Wright 



75 



Two Trunks and a Tale 



WITH a terrific bang' and jostle two wardrobe trunks were set down in the 
attic of McClung. After sitting next to each other for several days, 
thev began to be a little friendly and to be a little curious about each other. 

"This is nn- third \ear at Mary Ralfhvin," opened the tan trunk in a superioi- 
manner. 

"Oh. it's m\' third year too," ans\vere<l the lirown trunk, "and I resent being 
knocked bv these first year trunks, although 1 feel 1 should sort of tell them 
how things work around here." 

"Yes, yesterday was a bad day when all of the juniors and Freshmen came 
trooping up here to get their dresses for the tea which the Juniors gave for their 
sister class. Tt will be worse up here, though, when they begin to get ready 
for the Freshmen-Junior banc|uet and the Junior-Senior banquet. Our poor sides 
will be badly scraped, I'm afraid." 

After these lamentations the trunks settled down to a little ])eace for a few 
days, onh- to be upset again in a little while. 

"Oh, dear, 1 feel as if I had played those hockey games instead of the 
luniors," groaned the brown trunk. "First I was ransacked so the Juniors could 
beat the Freshmen, then again when the Sophomores beat the Juniors, and that 
muddy day when the Juniors beat the Seniors." 

"I suffered too when the Juniors cleaned us out to find money for their 
rings," sighed the other. "It seems that the rings are gold with an encrested 
carnelian seal, and 1 guess most of the Juniors must have gotten them." 

"My whole system is ujjset. since 1 had all the first semester books and notes 
dumped in me. Even if the\ did make a Junior get on the dean's list, they only 
make me sag." 

"Three Juniors got on the high <iean's list. 1 heard, and nine made the low 
list, and there seem to be a good many sagging trunks." 

"Why do they have to knock us around so? 1 just recovered from being 
searched for something to wear to Dr. Jarm.an's reception for the Juniors and 
ni)W they are ofi again." 

"They just put another trunk up here for one of the former Juniors who 
just came back, so that's why there is so much bustling around." 

"And now it's time for basketball and it seems as if the whole Junior class 
were out for it from the number that have been up here rummaging around." 

After recovering from the effects of baseball and tennis and the other spring 
sports, they were just getting dusty and comfortable when a new troulile came 
along. 

"Now the}- ha\e gone and put another bciok inside me." moaned the poor 
brown trunk, "and I have to hold it carefully because it's the Junior's new crea- 
tion — the 1935 Bluestockino. It seems to be full <if innovations and has more 
|)ictures than ever before." 

"\\'e will be shaken up worse than e\er after e.x.ams and finally sent on 
home." 

"Well, we have a lot of knocks, but I think these are probably our best years 
— before we're broken." 



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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Wild Ki'eetings of frit-nds. .. shrieking down the 
corridors. . .a different feeling from last year. . . 
Freshman initiation., .that sense of superiority.. . 
raising the eyehrows. . .term papers to make life 
hard. . .taking pictures in the snow. . . .brisk air 
....trees made of diamonds. ..a campus fairyland.... 
Sophomore-Senior l.antiuet at Charlottesville, 

freezing weather tight hearts gorgeous 

dresses. . . .music. . .dancing. . .rippling laughter 
. . . fun . . . 



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Pativ Io Maii()M-;y 



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Sophomore Class ,'>' 



I'rc.s-nlciit 



COLORS 

\\'hite and Lavcink-i 



Ellen Mokkis Jones 
Sccrclarx 




Miss Fannie Strauss 
Sponsor 




MOTTO 

(Juiil urimus, nunc hinus 



Frances Holst 
Vice-President 



Makgaket Ciiii.dkey 
I'rcasnrcr 



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Makiokh: Ahukv 



Edytiif. Alphin 



Maky Wat Ayler 



Julia Barber 



r>ETTY ]')EtKER'r 



Charlotte Bell 




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Wary I'.kll 



Jean Bellin(;ratii 



1'etty Bennett 



Meta Bertscuy 



Esther P>ro\\n' 



Sarah Buchanan 



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Betty Carpenter 




Mary Carter 




— 'k 

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Nancy Catt 






Margaret Ciiildrey 



Rebecca Cockrell 







Peggy Collier 



Nell Coyner 



Elizabeth Cirrv 



Iane Daw kins 



PlIYI-LlS DoCG 1 1 KR-I'Y 



Ethel Coffey 





Makgakii- Drew 



Barbara CiiURcit 
(not in picturf.) 



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J''.LizAiu:rii DvLCK 



lll.lA V.VV: 



I'A'Kl.YN Fa\\( I- ir 



\'iK<;iNiA Gantt 



Alice Gilkesox 



T'iKTT\- Gl'ERXSEY 




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1 )()ki>rii V 11am 



Annk Harrison 



I'.i.iZAHi III Hii.i-:: 



|anf. Hindman 



.MaRIIiN illNMAX 



]axi:t llui.i.EV 



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AXIS HOLLEY 



]ean Holliday 



Frances Holst 



TosiE Hood 



JOSEPHINE Huffman 



MaKCAKI'.T Hi' NT 




Meleie Hussey 



Frances Iacobs 



Taxe Jei'frey 



ARIiARA lOHNSON 



Fllen Morris Iones 



I liriTIE Ki:XXEDY 



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P>(1.\MI. KikKI.AM) 



\'iK(;iMA Kyi.i-: 



F.VKi.YX LaHak'i 



Kl.lZAMr.TII Lamhicri' 



M A RT 1 1 A L a N ( ■ A ST I-: K 



I\[ary Jaxk MciV[kciii-.x 




,•|•|•^■ III Maiiiinv 



K aim i:kiM-: Ma |iin 



Lola Iaxk Mai.oxicy 



Til KUDOS I A Maxx 



Hetty Marks 



Jaxe MatiiI'-.r 



Calista McTyrk 

{.N'DT IN picture) 



PhXH'.V Mf.YMIN 



Anne Mosby 



Marian N ester 



Drin ki ri-: Xo'ni nci i am 



El.lZAIlKTII I'arks 



Louise Patterson 




Sadik Pkideaux 



Ada Jean Rankin 



1 )nRi;TiA Robert; 



IIknton Robinson 



Susan Roudabush 



Frances Russei.l 



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.Makio.n Sa.n.nkk 





Ai.i:rA Stout 



Lnv SiiAKPE 






AIaky Hkiax Tiiorpk 



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Adki.yx Siikw 



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A x !•: I'"ka n ci:s S m ii' i i 






Robkrta Vance 




^Iakv Lcrisk W'eltox 



N'iKCIXIA SmI 






\'ik(;ixiA W'liiTK 



Fkaxcks W I I.SOX 



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Sophomore Summary 



B;\CK to Mary Pialdwin ! On the day \\f proud Sophoniorc-s rt-nistercd it 
was pourini; rain, lint our spirits were not dampened in the least for we 
were seeing familiar faces, exchanging summer experiences with old 
iriends and catching glimpses of the new girls who were to he our classmates, 
Iriends and associates of the coming year. (Jh ! how glorious it was to he free 
1 1 om the shackles, the condescending looks and the scornful phrases that fell upon 
us as "those green Freshmen!" It was a wonderful feeling to lie considered 
superior to over a hundred I''reshmen, yet the memories of our lirst tloundering 
days as Freshmen were still so fresh upon our memory that we did our hest to 
help our "little sisters" feel more at home and as essential members of the Marv 
I>aldwin famih'. 

Our high hopes of avenging the mistreatments given us h\' the former 
.Sophomores were completely destroyetl when we were advised hy the facultv 
to banish the Freshman initiation rites that had lieen the custom at Mary lialdwin. 
So we proceeded to draw up three restrictions upon the Freshmen which had as 
their goal, not punishment, hut rather a recognition of the superiorit\- of the 
higher classes and the faculty. These restrictions were enforced on "Sophomore 
Day," during which the Freshmen were harred from the Cluli House, were requir- 
ed to present us with a tea in the afternoon and a play that night, and were 
expected to show their respect to all others in every way. 

As far as sports were concerned, ail during the year the So])liomores were 
there v\ith their colors flying. We had representatives in all of the major, as 
well as the minor, sports and were titled the champions of the .Mary IJaldwin 
hockey tournament. In scholastic work four of our classmen attained "high 
honors" and eight were among those on the "Dean's List." Oui' class has the 
distinction oi possessing the presidents of both the debating and the art clubs. 

Before Christmas the -Sophomores were represented in chapel by a few- 
dancing and tumbling acts given l)y several members of the class. 

When we came back after Christmas we found that several of our classmates 
had not returned to complete the year. Caiiipiis Coiniiiciits informed us that 
one of these joined the happy throng of married couples on h'ebruary l.v 

The Sophomore-Senior banquet was held in Februar_\- and was one of un- 
usual interest this year because it w;is held in Charlottesville and carried out the 
idea of "St. X'alentine's Day." 

In May wlien the time for "goodbyes" came, we realized that this \ear had 
passed t<M) (|uickl\, but we're all hoping that most (if our classmates will relui'n 
next year to carry on the spirit of the class of 19,^7. 



86 



THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



Mrst (lay al cdllc.iic . .a slraiii^e wfirlil . . .Imnie- 
sickness. . .cheerint; up. . .jjarties. . . .classt-s. . . . 
I'^rcnch \crl)s. . . icc-crt-ani for supptr, . .niakint;^ 
frii'iids, . .(luniiitiirv- life.. . .handbooks. . . .those 
OriL-ntatioii lectures. . .dates on h'riday ni.ijht... 
hrass buttons. . .e.xanis. . .iilue liooks. . . . staying' 
uj) all niijht. .. formal dinners. .. silver slippers... 

candle-linht . . . .smiling- faces happiness 

lMar\- 1 '.aid win. . . 



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Lucy Lewis 

President 



COLORS 

Scarlet and Gold 



Officers 

of 

Freshman Class 




Miss Elizabeth Poole 
S/^onsor 




Agnes McClunc. 
Secretarv 



■;siE Mae Cover 
Vice-President 



MOTTO 

Live and Learn 



Mary Jane Cooke 
Treasurer 



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MarV AuUdTT 



Cat 1 1 KK I N K A x dkkson 



FrANCKS Al'l'LK 



Mkkylene F.ailey 



JOAX Hai.lakd 



Sarah P.arr 




)l Baukrs 



Mar I (IK IE Reasley 



Rachel Heekbower 



Jean Belknap 



Doris Benson 



Geraldine Berry 



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Elizabeth Bird 



Ruth Bohnson 



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Emily Ann Bryant 



Harrif.tte Carmichael 



Nancy Baxter 



Maria Bourland 



Mona Brown 



LuciLE Bruce 




Charlotte Carney 



Eleanor Cely 



Choice Chase 



Rera Clemmer 



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nilKOTMV CollKN 



Dul.l.V C'n.NAKV 



^Iakv 1a.\k CiioKi-: 



X'iKciMA Cooke 



Jessie Mae Cover 



Helen Crah; 




Charlotte Crone 



Mary Eleanor Cirrv 



I'.iLLiE Day 



Frances Deal 



Margaret DeVore 



Sarah Dukekson 



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Jean Dieschek 



Emily Doremus 



Martha IJyek 



Nancy Ferris 



Virginia Fowler 



Charlotte Funke 




Ru'i'ii Galey 



Frances Garwood 



Adele (ioocH 



Elinor Harden 



Mary Harri.^ 



Mariox Hartley 



Mildred ] lAk(,i.-- 

(NOT IN l^lCTUKi;) 



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I")(IK1S lli:.\l,Y 



l'"i<i DA lli:\\K: 



Janet Hollis 



Pec.c.y Lou Hooven 



Ei.iZAHETii Howard 



1m)itii H^■^^I'llRE^■^ 




MaKN' 1 If TC lilCSON 



I.KI.IA lIlYETT 



loSKI'IllNE IaCKSON 



Eloise Johnson 



Martha Johnson 



Sarah Lacy 



Helen Hern don 
(not in picture) 



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Sakah Latham 




M A i<( ; A K !•: T A x x M a c I x doe 



/ 



Lucy Lewis 



Melba Litton 







Elizabeth Lucas 



losKniiXE Luck 



f -.1 ft 



Makv Wat IKS Llmi'Kix 






LI 



May MiCall 



Agnes McClukg 



AxxE McFaddin 



KaTIIKYX i\L\KKS 



I AXE ALvttux 



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.MvkA Mii.i.i:k 



'"i.iz.\r.i:i'ii Mil. I.: 



Fkanhes Milton 



Makiax Misii 






1.1 I II, i; AluiiKIO 



I''.i.iZAiii:iii McMiKi''. 





AIakv AIlkkav 






Karih.yn Neumann 



iM A kt; A R ET M O F F ETT 




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Opal Newton 



Al.KE r>OKDE.\ MociKE 



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lM.izAiii:Tii Odell 



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Ruth Parish 



Katie Parkins 



LoLiSK Parks 



Nancy Parr 



Elizahet 1 1 Perrow 



Jeanne Phillips 




X'irc.inia P'otter 



Sarah Im^zabeth Ranson 



Frances Reid 




^ i:-i 



I' l.l,i:X X'iKCIXIA Run ARPSCIN 



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SrSAN KlCll AKDSON 



Ida r.KiiwN I\(ii;kk>- 



JkSSIK koL'DABUSU 



Adklaide Rudisili. 



Emma Ruth Silek 



Context Smith 




AM-. ( Jdei.i. Sm iiii 



Dokcitiiv Si'mc :•: 



Annie Lolmse Steele 



Alma Lee Strider 



Margaret Taylor 



Annie Terrell 



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Nelda Tekkie 



Evelyn Thompson 



Emily Tiioknckeen 



Elizabeth Cokinne Tomes 



Margaret Trostle 



Mary Ann Valz 




Sarah Ljiuise Waddell 



I'^RANCliS W'aide 



Henrietta Lane Waters 



r.ARHARA W'atrous 



\ iKi;iNL\ \\'ellI':r 



Maky Whitmoke 



(ii■.KAI.^■.\ \\'ll.l.lAM^ 



f^ f "» 



1 Ii.ki;i;kt W aki) Wyant 



PiiYi.i.is Williams 



.Maky Fkos'I' Wilson 



Rrra Wir.soN 



Elisf. Winslovv 




1",li-:anok Yellott 



Mary Ann Yoder 



Frances Yount 



Winifred Young 



fan ME RlCirAUD 
MIK, I-UAXIK 

l-orciiiii lixihaniic Sludnil 
r,,rhssificd 



99 



Fitting Freshman Facts 



You can't imaginf how ahsulutely lust I felt when, during the Christmas holi- 
days, the principal of my high school asked me to come and talk in chapel 
about the Freshman Class at Mary Baldwin. It was a staggering task. For 
a minute I was sorry that ours was the largest class the college had ever had. 
One hundred and tw'enty-five girls do too many interesting things to relate in one 
short talk. 

] thought that first of all I sIkjuUI impress the stutlent body with the vast 
difference that exists jjetween a high school senior and a college freshman. 1 
could do that by telling some of the breaks we made at the first of the year before 
we learned just how things were done at Mary Baldwin. 

Even though I was mighty scared and humble those first few weeks. I re- 
member how awfully kind the Juniors, our sister class, were to us. They gave 
us a grand tea, and for the first time since the upper classmen had come to 
school we really felt like somebody. 

I could tell them about our initiation. They would get a few laughs out of 
that, I thought. (I laugh myself when I remember how disappointed the Sopho- 
mores were when they were told that old-fashioned initiations weren't "in" this 
season.) Of course we couldn't talk in the dining roijm or wear make-up, and 
we had to answer all phones. 

In the afternoon we had to give them a tea with a fioor show ; so we turned 
upper back gallery into a typical "tough joint." We had little tables covered with 
funny papers, and gave our guests apple cider and doughnuts from a long table 
with the sign "bread line forms here." As for our play that night, I certainly 
wouldn't even hint that two of the members of the cast got tickled and forgot to 
say the lines which would have told the audience the point of the play ; and that, 
drastic action being necessary, the president of the class had to step momentarily 
out of her role as off-stage noise and go before the curtains to tell those still 
high and very mighty Sophomores the point of it all. before they could go on. 

After going through this together we thought we had better organize our 
forces. We chose Lucy Lewis as President. Jessie Mae Cover as \'ice-President. 
Agnes McClung as Secretary, Mary Jane Cooke as Treasurer, and Miss Poole as 
our sponsor. 

Maybe m\- former high school class-mates would like to hear about the 
athletics we'd gone in for. All of us were enthusiastic about hockey, although 
most of the Southern girls had never played before. Even though w-e were a 
little slow at getting started, we wound up with a bang when we tied the Sopho- 
mores, our greatest rivals. A little later we entered the swimming meet and 
took second place. I know that if anything could be won by the number of 
people entering we'd win it, for the thing of which we've the most is class spirit. 

I planned to go on from here and tell how the Freshmen celebrated Christmas 
with each pair of girls taking a little mountain child and giving him the best 
Christmas imaginable. I thought they'd be interested to know that all in all we 
sent Christmas presents to sixty little children who were so far back in the moun- 
tains that Santa Claus would never have found them without our help. I wish 
that instead of telling them about it I could have shown them the car load of 
presents which the trained nurse took away. 

I ended my talk by outlining the spring events, which included our partici- 
pation in athletic activities and our entertainment for' the Juniors. 



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Sliidriil CJorrniiiiriil .Issucidlini 




A Message from the Student President 

At Mary Baldwin C_'ullegt; ihe purpose of the Student Government Association is two- 
fold: educational and functional. It prepares for living as a socially adjusted citizen alter 
college, and it is an adventure in happy community living during college. 

Accepting the goal set hy the ancient Greeks in Athens ; "A beautiful soul in a beautiful 
body," the educational service of student government lies in the development of the first — 
"a beautiful soul," for it bases its regime upon ideas of self-discipline and respect for 
oneself and others. Student government requires co-operation and loyalty, vision and ideals. 
Building upon the major premise that every girl is honest and trustworthy, the Student 
Government As.sociation trains in the student a higher regard for duty and a greater sense 
of responsibility to others for one's own behaviour. In solving the problems involved in 
group lixing as they present themselves in college, every student learns a lesson in civic 
adjustment and usefulness. She receives training in leadershi]), in dependability, and in 
self-control. The avowed purpose of each member of the Student Government Association 
at Mary Baldwin College is to guarantee the welfare of the group rather than that of the 
individual. 

Secondly, the ftmclional contribution of student government is in promoting a full, 
happy, and gracious life in college. By developing a spirit of co-operation one with another, 
the Student Government -\ssociati<m becomes one of the main factors making for the 
healthy relationship among students at Mary Baldwin. It unites its members in a Iwnd of 
service and active loyalty to the honorable traditions upon which the college is founded. 

Throughout the present administration the aim of the Student Government Association 
has been one of growth — growth in jirivileges and in capacity for responsibilities and growth 
in student interest in the problems and ojiinions of undergraduates throughout the world. 
But the final aim of the Association has always been and will always lie the cultivation of 
those spiritual qualities of mutual faith, love and trust which shall last "not just for lime, 
but for eternity." The present government looks to the future for even greater success in 
these endeavors than has been the record of the past e.xistcnce of the Student Government 
Association of ^lary Baldwin College. 



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UpptT h'oic: Harriet Wead, Xaxcy Wallace, AIellie Hlssey 

Nancy Larrick 

Ld-cvrr h'oic: Winifred Love, Lol'^ Jane Gardner. PiEverley Hoy, 

AIarjorie Stuart, V'ircinia Wean'er 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 

Al ary 1!ei.l Arc II er President 

Harriet Wead Vice-President 

Xaniy Wallac e Secrctar\ 

M ELLiE HrssEY Treasurer 

Annii-: Terreli Freshman Representative 

HOU.SF". I'KI-.SIDl-.XTS 

Harriet Wi:ad MeChtnij 

Wi nifred Love Memorial 

Nancy Larrick Hill-Top 

Lois Jane Gardner Sky-High 

Reverley Hoy Fraser 1 1 all 

I'.X-OFFICIO 

Reverley Hoy President Y. //'. C. ./. 

Marjorie Stuart President Athletic Association 

Virginia Weavicr President Day Student Ciiih 

FACU1,TY ADXISOm- COMAIITTI^E 

Dean Elizabeth Pfoiil Chairman 

President L. Wilson Jarman Member Ex-Offieio 

Miss Mary E. Lakenan Miss Nancv Mi Faklaxd 

Miss Mary Collins Powell 

Miss Elizabeth Poole Dr. Mildkicd V.. Taylor 
Mrs. AL\rtii a S. Grai'ton Consulting .Member 



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Uf^l'cr Kinv: M. I'.. Akciikk, AI. Stuart, !'>. Huy, (). I'".ii mijn(., 

H. MlLl.KR, J. SlIALKR 

Ccnlcr Rim': E. Rrown, M. D. Nichols, P. J. Maiiow, 

L. Lewis, V. \Vi-:avkr, M. Locan 

L(wrr f\(m>: J. Clark, H. Jaynk, J. Matiikk, K. Wardi-x, 

M. Abbicy, E. \' in cent 



THE PRESIDENTS' FORUM 



M. B. AncHER President of Sludciit Body I.. I.kwis I'rcsidciil of I-rcslnnaii 

B. Hov I'rcsidciil of )' . W. C. .-I. \'. \\ eavkk. . .President of Day Student 



M. S. Stuart President of A. A. M. Lui.an President of Psychology 

O. Ehmmni; F.ditor of Plncslockinii J. Clark President of Music 

H. MiM.KR lidilor of Coiii^ns Coiniiienis H. Javne President of Dramatic 

J. Shali-r Plditor of Miscellany J. Mather President of Art 

E. Brown President of Senior Class K. 1!rown President of French 

.\r. D. NiciiDi.s President of Jnnior Class K. Warden President of Spanish 

P. 1. Mahonev M. AniiF.y President of Debating 

President of Sophomore Class I-'.. Vincent President of Glee 



Class 
Chih 
Clnh 
Club 
Club 
Club 
Club 
Club 
Club 
Club 



Fresiiiknt Jarman, Dean Peohi. 



.Sponsors, ExOfficio 



The greatest ]>ur|iose which the Presidents' Forum serves in extra-curricula activities is 
the uniting c.f tlie leaders in the ccillege organizaliims al frequent inler\als. This grouji meets 
once a nxmth at which time any proMems of a presiaent are discusse<l jdintly and a snlutinn 
attempted. 

The main project of the Presidents' Forum this year was an endeavor to foster college 
spirit and to awaken the interest of the students to the traditions which surround Mary 
Baldwin. Toward this end. the Presidents' Forum has sponscired liirthday dinners, after- 
dinner colfce and inler-rnllegiale exchange with nlher gciverning liodies. 



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1!I<:\''ERL1{Y HOY 

Frcsulcul of 

)'ouu!i U'liincii'.f Chrisliiih 

Assiinutiiin 



A Message from the President of the Y. W. C. A. 

"Niil liy miglU ncir \t\ imwer, luit liy my spirit sayitli i1k' Lord of Hosts." 

Tlic Young Women's Christian Association stands for a three-fold de\elon 
ment — mental, spiritual, and social ; for these three phases constitute a full 
radiant life of the highest caliber. It purposes to sponsor religion as indispensable 
for a complete life, and endeavors to point out ways to accomplish this end. 

On the campus the organization embodies the ideals of Mary Baldwin, th(jse 
of worthwhile, attractive, broad-minded Christian womanhocid; outside the cam- 
pus, it tries to promote understanding and friendship with (ithcr student liddies 
both ill the United States and in foreign countries. 

The spirit of the Y. W. is that of love and service. We always re.s^.'ird it i 
great privilege to be called upon to give aid of any kind. It is our .-nnbition to 
create close bonds of friendships with all girls, so that in times ol an.\iet\. 
thev will turn to us, without the least hesitation, for a confidant. Throughout the 
\\hole college year we strive to help girls make adjustments to their environment 
and to form friendships wliicli will be of lasting xaliie. < )iir goal is a moro 
alnmdant life for every girl. 



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Uf^l^cr k'tnu: !•".. I). Kisii, K, dociDW in. K. I'liirrs. Al. 1'.. Arciikk, |. Ci.ark 
I.nzvcr l\'<<7^': M. I). Xiciiols, 1. liiKU, I'. J. M aiionf.v. M. W. Aylkr, 

S. 1). WllITMdKK 



THE Y. W. C A. CABINET 



P.KVKid.KV Hi)V I'rcxidciil Ki.i.h:.\ I )(iri,i.Ass 

FAMILY (ioonwiN Sccrclary Rdsa Phipps 

At.\KV liKi.i, Archkk F..v-Offiri(. 



.I'ice-l'rc.tideHt 
Treasurer 



F.i.i.EN DoucLAss Bush.... 

Makv Wat Am.kk 

Sliiih-iil iTii'iid.diit. Six'uil Scri-ice 

Imik;kn Bikii l\'«rhl Frllowxhil^ 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 
. . . .I'riit/rtiiii 



Emily Goodwin Di-:'otio)ial 

Rosa Phipps Finance 

Jean Ci.ark Musie 

Patty Jo Mahonky Publicity 

Mary Dki.ia Nichols Social 



The Y. W. C. A. is one of the mosl imporlant organizations in the College. Its purpose 
is to advance the physical, social, intellectual and spiritual interest of the students, thus 
developing a fuller and richer life. In order to more efficiently carry on this work commit- 
tees have been cstalilished dealing with each of these phases. 

At the beginning of the year a beautiful Candle-lighl Service is held, at which time all 
new members arc received, and during the year (wo services are cimducted weekly, the 
Sunday Evening Vespers and Thursday Evening Watclu On Friday afternoon an informal 
group gathers in Miss Lakcnan's roimi In discuss World Fellowship. 

A great interest is taken by ihe Y. W. in the social life of its students and it sponsors 
many enjoyable affairs. But jjcrhaps it is most concerned with the service done for others 
by its members; opportunity for this is afforded by the Transient Bureau, Mountain schools, 
ihe Old Ladies' Home, and the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind. 



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MARJORIE STUART 

I'l-csidcul ,<i 
Alhlclii A.isocialioH 



A Message from Athletic Association President 

The Athletic Association of Mar\' r.alilwin was organized in the Seminary 
(lays of 1919 taking for its aims the stimulation of an interest in sports, promotion 
of school spirit, and the giving to every girl an opportunity to take an active part 
in some form of athletics. The athletic director divided the school into two sides, 
naming them for the colors, White and Yellow. From each of the two groups, 
teams were chosen to play a series of matches ilurinji' the season in basketball, 
baseball, golf, and hockey. 

From this beginning the Athletic Association of Mary Baldwin College has 
grown until today it sponsors participation in practically every sport popular 
among women. Upon enrollment in the college, every student automatically be- 
comes a member of the organization, initiation taking place in September at the 
first meeting of the Athletic Association. The organization of the Athletic Asso- 
ciatidu provides for an executive council elected from the student Imdy which 
includes the officers and the sport leaders. The responsibility of every leader of 
the council is to plan an athletic schedule which will interest the student in every 
sport possible. 

The avowed purpose of the Association is "t(j i>lan rnid direct an athletic 
program that aims to establish in ever\' student the habit of wholesome physical 
recreation." 



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Upl^cr Rotv: W. Love, S. Uyess, K. Dyer, J. Duthie, H. Miller 
Lozvcr Kozv: |. Holley, E. Miller, F. Holst, J. Holley, E. Goodwin 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL OFFICERS 

iM AKjOKiE Stuart President 

Winifred Love l/iee-Preside,il 

Sarah Dyess (First Semester) Seeretary 

Iank.t Dutiiik (Second Semester) Sfcrr/arv 

Katuekine Dyer Treasurer 

SPORTS LEADERS 

Janet Dutmie '^"'''"'y 

Katiierine Dyer Szcwnnin,/ 

Sarah Dyess ( First Semester) ^<^dmg 

Jean Bellingratii ( Second Semester) Riding 

Eleanor Miller ^''""« 

Helen Miller Baseball 

[ANis Holley '^'''^''^ 

Frances Holst ^°'f 

Emily Goodwin ^^'^'"'9 

Winifred Love ■^'''"'y 

Janet Holley Basketball 



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Sfaiidiiiy: (Li-it lo riKlii ) hawk rmiiii'^, Aanxy Baxter, Betty Benneti, 

Betty Bird, Harriette Carmichael, Phyllis Dou(;hekty-, AFarjorie Abbey, 

Virginia Crawford, Margaret Drew, Myra Miller, Helen Wade 

Scaled: Elsie Winslow, Joan Ballard, Helen Craig, Jane Mather, Julia 

Epes, Elizabeth Bolton, Louise Waddell, Dduothv Spruce. 

Mary Elizabeth Gardner 



THE ART CLUB 



Jane Matjikk Prcsidciil 

Elizabeth Bolton Secretary 

Jane Dawkins Treasurer 

In former years, niemljership to the Mar_v Baldwin An Cluli was open to everyone, 
but this year in order to stimulate more interest in art, membership was confined under 
three classifications : all students enrolled in the art classes were made members ; girls who 
had previously taken art were made members; and girls who showed talent and were in- 
terested in the club were elected to membership. 

During the year the Art Club sponsored 5e\cral teas held in the niwlx reniodeled art 
studio where student work was on exhibitinn. Abnithly meetings were held during the year 
when puppets and scenery were discussed. 

In December the Art Club entertained the Three Arts ( luli at a Christmas party. .At 
this party tableaux were presented illustratin.g different Mailcmnas re|irescntalivc of the 
Gothic, Renaissance, and Modern periods. 

The Art Club made the scenery for the Senicir Class Pla\ and also worked with the 
Dramatic Chili in designing the scenery for their three one-aci plays. 

The Art Club presented a Cliapel program giving an idea as to how the artist works 
in the studio. 




Standiiur (Left lo right) Beverley Hoy, Maky Frost Wilson, Mary Jane 

fcwKE Heifn Patterson, Jessie Sara Bear, Mary Bess Fitzhugh, 

Mar'(;aret Ann AIacIndoe, Nancy Stanard, Brunette Nottingham, 

Martha Lancaster, Eleanor Cely, Josephine 

Jackson, Meta Bertschy 

Seated: Imogen Bird, Lois Jane Gardner, Jean Clark, Betty Vincent, 

Barbara Johnson, Nellie Hankins, Ruth Galey, Maxwell Wright, 

Gertrude Messer, Frances Garwood, Virginia Roudabush, 

Jeanne Richaud 



THE MUSIC CLUB 



^ Preside lit 

I EAN Clark 

Betty Vincent 

-r r- Secretary 

Lois Jane Gardner 

^ T Treasurer 

Barbara Johnson 

The Music Chih, which was founded iu 1928, has proved itself to he one of the leading 
organizations in the college year of 1934-35. Meml.ershi,, in the cluh is open to all students 
interested in music. The purpose of the clul> is to create among its memhers a greater 
understanding of, and love for, good music. With this in mind, monthly meetings are held, 
the programs for which are vancd and unusual, attempting to arouse the fullest appreciation 
of music. Among those given were: musical silhouettes; a patriotic program consisting ot 
the national anthems, flags and costumes of the countries; a presentation of negro spirituals, 
studies made of the outstanding modern operas; and various other programs which ex- 
emplified the musical spirit. ,„,-to;„,.,l 

In addition lo the regular monthly meetings the entire '1 hree Arts Cluh was entertained 
twice by the Music Cluh. On March 22 the Music Club sponsored a tormal eoncerl given 
at the college hv the Davidson Glee Club of Davidson, North Carolina. 



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Back Rozc: Dorothy Wallxkk, Kmii.v Thiikx(.i;i:i:x, Betty Curry, Jkan 
Bellingrath, Winifred Love, Mary Blake, Hettie Kennedy 

Center Roz^': Martha Logan, Beth Ranson, ^Lae McCall, Annie Belle 
Bradley, Isabella Spillman, Emily Doremus, Maria Bourland 

Froiil Row: Louise Martin, \'ir(,inia Holise. Harriet Jayne, Elizaiieth 
HiiwAKii, Joan Ballard 



THE DRAMATIC CLUB 



Harriet Jaym-; President 

LaRue Prideaux I'ici'-Prcsidciit 

Anme Belle I'radley Secretary and Trcasttrcr 

'I'liL- llramalic t lul>. a tli\i>iiiii of the Tlircc Arts Chili, lakes a iiroiniiunt jiail in all 
Mary Baldwin aclivilics. It is composed of speech and drama majors plus all those in- 
terested in the different phases of dramatic work. 

This year, in Fehruary, the cliih presented to the stndcnls and the puMic, lliree one-act 
plays of different types. The first one of this gronii was /'/;;/.• and I'alclics hy Margaret 
Bland, a mountaineer play of the Scjuth ; the second, Rhh Man I'lmr Man liy Bertha Burrill 
was a farce; and the third, Tlie Ser/^ent's I nnth hy Essex Dane was a tragic melodrama. 
Besides gi\ing a varied performance, these plays gave more mcmhers of the cluh op|ior- 
tunity to particijiatc in acting than would lie the case in one long play. 

Just before Spring vacation the chili presented its major production of the year — Ihsen's 
famous Hedda Gabler, in four acts. .Although this play was written a long time ago, its 
ideas are essentially modern, and the symbolism and psychology found in it are interesting 
to watch. It was translated from the Norwegian by Edmund Gosse. 

The effectiveness of the productions was improved by new gray drapes which were ac- 
quired this year and which form a pleasing background necessitating use of I ewer designed 
sets. 



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Lcjl In rifilii: Makv Bell Archek, V\inikreu Love, Vii«,inl\ Couke, Helen 

\\ ALU-:, AIakjorie Abbey, Julia Epes, Betty Bennett, Nancy 

Wallace, Alice Borden Moore 



THE DEBATING CLUB 



RIarjoku-: Abisky Prcsidciii 

Julia Epes S'ccrctary 

WiNiFRKD Love Debate Manage)- 

Tilt I)L'liating (.lull (.xiiamlecl its Milijectixc horizon when it associated itsill" witli th'j 
iiitt-rnational Relations (. luh. The tdrnier has heen supported hy the administratinn Idr six 
years; the latter was a mo\env,-nl which the grou]) initiated this year. As the latter has for its 
purpose the enlightenment of students upon international problems and as many of the 
debates deal with similar questions, the merging has been most successful. The Club has 
.Mrs. Grafton as the faculty sponsor; Marjorie Aliliey is President; Julia Kpcs is Secretary, 
and Winifred Love is Debate Manager. Several intercollegiate debates were scheduled fur 
the spring of 1935. These were as follows: 

Resolved: That the federal government should <iwn and control all facilities for the 
manufacture of arms and ammunition. The aftirmalive side taken liy Mary Baldwin, was 
upheld by Marjorie Abbey and Nancy Wallace. The negative was upheld by Hainpden- 
Sydney. This same question was used with Westhampton taking the affirmative and ]Mary 
Baldwin the negative. A second question: Resolved: That the nations should jirohibit 
the international shipment of arms and ammunitions, was argued, Mary Baldwin ujiholding 
the affirmative and William and Mary the negative. 



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Loiccr Roz^': M\uih\ Loi.an, Lois Jane Gariixkk. W i.\iii;i.ii 
H()ii.h\, Marjorie Stuart, Mary Bess Fitzhugh 



LnVK, |A.\I^^ 



(/ Rom: Gertrude Messer, Anne Rudd, Virc.inia Roudabush, Frances 
HoLST, Mary Elizabeth Gardner, Virginia Crawford 

Third row: Dorothy Bear, Marjorie Abbey, Betty Bennett, Emily Goodwin, 
RosANNAH Milam, Beverley Hoy, Rosa Phipps, Jean Hebbard 

Fourth rozt': Louise Martin, Betty Vincent, Imogen Bird, Dorothy Wallner, 
Isabella Spillman, Mary Blake 

i'ppi-r row: Jean Clark, Helen Patterson, Mary Bell Archer, 
Sarah Dudley Whitmore 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Martha Logan President 

Lois Jane Gardner Vice-President 

\ViNiFRED Love Secretary and Treasurer 

The Psychology Club, since il was founded in 1926, has aimed U) arouse and maintain 
an interest in all aspects of mental life and the broader application of psychology. Mem- 
bership is restricted to advanced students in psychology and education, and to those stu- 
dents in General Psychology who attain a high scholastic standing. 

The president, Martha Logan, with the aid of Dr. Smoke, the sponsor, arranged for 
this past year several lectures and experiments, one of which was a small experiment on 
character reading from photographs. The results slmweil thai photographs are not the 
most excellent means of character delineation, and that some people can read character 
more readily from photographs than can others. 

Mrs. Davidson, from the Virginia State School for tlic Deaf and Blind, spoke at one 
meeting on "Education of the Deaf." ,-\t another meeting. Dr. Wayne Dennis, of the 
University of Virginia, spoke on "Instincts." 

The club endeavors to bring speakers of note in the field of psychology to address the 
members on various phases of psychological study, research and problems, making it possible 
for the students to obtain a broader view of the subject. 



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U-ll: Nancy Fekkis, Evelyn Bkuwn, Melua Linux, JubEi'iii.NK 

Jackson, Eloise Johnson, Edythe Alphin 
left: [ean Clark, Betty Vincent, Nancy Stanard, Eleanor Celv, 

Imo(;en Biru, Mary Jane Cooke 
rit/lil: Helen Patterson, Harriet Jayne, Janie Stevens, Jams 
Holley, Marjorie Stuart, Nellie Hankins 
■, right: Kathryn AIarks, Jean Blackburn, Freda Hewes, Mary 
Bess Fitzhugh, Adelyn Shew, Tank AIattox 
Cciiirr grout ■■ ^I-^i"' Elizabeth Gardner, A[ar(.aki;t Ch ilukkv, Ei.izabkth 
Bolton, Choice Chase 



H<uk n.o 
l-nnil rcn 
Back roz 
From ro 



THE GLEE CLUB 



, , President 

-T r- .... Vice-President 
Nancy Stanard 

A Tj^r T ,~ T„ w>, i^. . • .Secretarv and Treasurer 
Annie Belle bKAiiLK\ 

^ TT Librarian 

Freda Hewes 

The Mary Baldwin Glee Clul. met with much micccss .luring the year 1934-35 in ful- 
hlling its purimse of opening a l.roader field of musical appreciation, not only for its mem- 
hers but also for others. The organization became familiar with compositions rangnig from 
the classic composers, such as Wagner an.l Mcndelssoh.L K. music of the modern school wuh 
its many interpretations. 

During Ihc fall, the club was called upon to participate in cha,,el and church activities, 
the clima.x of which came at the Christmas Vesper service when a \er\ impressive program 

was rendered. . .■ t . 

The months of Februarv. March, and April saw extensive preparation and practice toi 
the Spring season. The annual Spring concert was given and the singing of Handel s 
"Hallelujah Chorus" took place at Easter vespers. 

As a fitting ending to an interesting and varied year ot singing, the Glee C lul, lui- 
nished the music for the Baccalaureate service and joined in giving the Commencement 
concert. 



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Slanding: (Lcll li> rigiit i Jwii tioi.i.KV, ijua t-.nMiix^.. i m >hhi|.. Ijji.a 
Jane Maloney, Sue Lee Proffit 

Seated: Raouel Fajardo, Kathekine Warden, Winifred Love, Betty Bennett, 
Alice Borden Moore 



THE SPANISH CLUB 



Kathekixk Warden President 

Janis Holley Vice-President 

Betty Bex next Secretary and Treasurer 

Raquel Fajardo Protjrani Cliairman 

El Circulo Espanol — the Spanish Circle — was first organized in 1920 and since then lias 
held a prominent position on the campus. 

Its aim was to arouse interest in Spanish countries and in the Spanish language. This 
\car the Cluli has been active in its monthly meetings at w'hich the atmosphere of a 
social gathering has been combined with the jiresentation of interesting information. The 
interest of the club has been concentrated this year on the South .American countries, and 
as a special project they are planning to add as many books as possible to the shelves in 
the librarj- pertaining to the Spanish department. Dr. Shedd has already ))resented several 
unusually fine volumes bound in leather. The members of the club, directed by Raquel 
Fajardo as chairman of the Program Committee, have studied the history, the social life 
and customs, and the literature of Spanish-.American countries. 

A new member of the faculty this year and a valuable addition to the college. Dr. 
Shedd, is sponsor of the Spanish Club. He is assisted by Raquel Fajardo who is a native 
of Porto Rico. 



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Biirk- roi^': Xaxcv Wallace, Hellx \\ aiu:, Ei.lex IJuh.uans Uumi, Makv 
Forrest, Betty Vincent, Jeannie Richaud, ^^ARTHA Lo<;an. 

Cciiti'r rcn^': Janie Stevens, Marjorie Stuart, Evelyn Brown, Mahv Di-ma 
Nichols, Win'ifred Love, Eleanor Miller 

froiil roil'.- Janet Duthie, Imoi;en Bird, Mary Belt. Archkh. Haukili \\ lah 



THE FRENCH CLUB 



EvELYX Browx President 

Imogen Bird Vice-President 

Ellen Douglass Bush Secretary 

Janie Stevens Treasurer 

Le Cercle Francais serves as a means (if bringing together socially the members of the 
advanced French classes, that they may discuss all phases of France and its peojile of in- 
terest to students of the French language. Meetings are held once a month, with varied 
programs followed by general conversation. 

This year the members discussed the provinces of France at a very interesting meeting, 
and at others, French music, poetry, and drama were jiresented. The Christmas meeting 
was an exceptionally memorable one. Quite in accordance to French customs at this season 
of the year, each member placed her shoe before the fireplace so it could be filled with 
small gifts w'hich were exchanged by the girls. After carrying out this tradition the mem- 
bers sang Christmas carols. 

ifUe. Flansburgh, the club's sponsor, is always invaluable with her suggestions as to 
programs and her general interest, and Jeannie Richaud of Nice, France, as an hon- 
orary member, has been an added inspiratiim in giving the true atmosphere an<l interpre- 
tation of her countrv and its customs. 



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Lcfl Id lUllll RunMII IIkoW \. K\iHI-RI\E IJiKK, 1-KWLFs Ll)l l)h Rll \CK, Hn?.N 

Mil I IK. X\^c^ L\kkick, Josephine Huffman, \(.xfs L\th\m, 
Emily Goodwin 



PHI GAMMA ALPHA 



Helen LaVorst Miller President 

Kathryn Dyer Vice-President 

Nancy Larrick Secretary and Treasurer 

I'hi Gamma Alpha, science honor sociely, was organized at Mary Baldwin Ajiril 4, 1934, 
with the purposes of stimulating and developing interest in the natural sciences among the 
students ; of encouraging scientific research ; and of enabling students to keep informed as 
to the most recent discoveries in the field of science today. 

The qualifications for admission to Phi Gamma Alpha are : .scholarship, a scientific 
attitude, and approval of candidate by society sponsors. This society has as its honorary 
members and sponsors, Dr. E. Juanita Greer, head of the science department, and Mr. 
John B. Baffin, head of the physics department. A large per cent of Phi Gamma Alpha 
members are also members of the Virginia Academy of Science and the president is a 
member of the American Genetic .Association, the American Oiemical Society and the 
American .'^association for the Advancement of Science. 

This year the society visited the Virginia Stale laboratories, attended a lecuirc of Dr. 
Harold C. Urey, 1935 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, and si.i>ns(.red several lectures at 
the college. 

The roll call of members is as follows: 



1934 

Rosalie Brown 
Christine Cottrei.l 
Agnes Latham 
Mary Larrick 
Kathryn Little 



1935 



Nancy Larrick 
Helen Miller 



1936 

f\NNiE Belle Bradley 
Kathryn Dyer 
S.\RAH Dyess ,• 
Emily Goodwin 
Helen Simpson 



1937 

Josephine Huffman 
Frances Louderback 
T,\NE Frances .Smith 



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Sliuiduiy: (Left to right) ELiZAiiF.TH MdoDY, Katherink \\ akciex, Fka.\ci> 

Russell, Virginla White, Jessie Sara Bear, Vikgixia Kyle, Charlotte 

(RONE, Lucy Irvine, Elizabeth Lambert. Catherine Anderson, 

Lucille Moore, Jessie Mae Cover, Keba W ilson, Frances Yount, 

Dorothy Cohen, Virginia W'eller, Sarah Latham, Frances 

Waide, Alice Gilkeson, Sarah Bell Dickerson, 

Corrinne Tomes, Ethel Ray Coffey 

Seated: ^L^rie Brand, Peggy Russell, Winifred Young, Dorothy Bear, 

N'iri.inia Weaver, Lucilla White, Frances Wilson, Anne McF^midin, 

Katie Parkins, Frances Jacobs, Mary Ann V'alz 



THE DAY STUDENT CLUB 

Virginia Wkavkk President 

Lucilla White yicc-President 

Frances Wilson Secretary 

Dorothy Bear Treasurer 

Since 1929 the Day Suulent Cliili has been an active organization on the campus. Miss 
Fannie Strauss, who was once a day student at Mary Baldwin, sponsors the cluli. 

The purpose of the organization is to foster the interests of the day students and to 
bring them in closer contact wilh the students who live at the college. They have a rejire- 
sentative on the Student Council, and take part in all the activities of college life. This 
year three new rooms were initiated for the students' use. They were formally opened m 
Octdlier when the Club's sponsor entertained the members at a picnic supper served in the 
new rooms. They have been in constant use and are indeed appreciated. 

The Club has regular monthly meetings, and sponsors several social events during the 
year. This year the day students entertained the Faculty at a supper in the lodge at Crafton's 
Park on February 26, and gave a lea in honor of the girls graduating fn.ni the local high 
schools in May. 



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Left to right: -Doruthv 1ji;.\h, Rosa Phii'Ps, Kauilkim: WahI-ie.n, Hi^iiii: 

Kennedy, Sarah Dudley Whitmore, Janie Stevens, AFary Bi.akk, 

Jessie Sara Bear 



THE GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB 



Dorothy Bear 



, Chairnian 



Students whose mothers or granilmothcrs were once Mary Raldwin girls com]inse the 
group known as the Granddaughters' CUih. The niemliers of the (. luh take pride in the 
knowledge that their mothers and grandmotiiers helped to liuild this institution of wliich 
they themselves are a part. And out of their pride in this heritage comes their understand- 
ing of the things Mary Baldwin has stood for, and their determination to preserve and 
carry on these same ideals and traditions which have since the beginning distinguished 
Mary Baldwin. 

During the annual celebration of Miss Mary Ijaldwin's birthday in October, the Grand 
daughters were the guests of the alumnae at a tea served at tlie .Alumnie Club House. .At the 
unveiling of Mr. King's portrait in December, the Club was also invited to attend the im- 
pressive ceremony. 

The Granddaughters are ably led liy Miss Juanita Greer who has willingly offered her 
services to the club for several years. .Although the membershi]i is restricted the ( lub has 
an unusual number of members, and tlie Granddaughters appreciate the recognition ol the 
significant place it holds in the life of Mary I'.aldwin today. 



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Slaiidiii;/: (Lett tci rij 
HK.iinAkii 



;ht ) \iki.iMA Fcivvi.KU, Jkssif. Axn KoniAi'.i 
Lahik I'RinKArx, Axxir. LiU'iSK Stkki.k 



calcd: hcjKirmv IIkah, Xamv \\ am-ACK, Licii.i^A Whiik, L<irisK .NfAkrix, 
|)iinis Bknsiix, Saiin: PKiHEArx. Fkaxcfs Hm.si 



THE LITTLE SISTERS' CLUB 



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Tlic- Little- Sisters' Cluli has, fur many years, been a traditional cluli im th? campus. 
Although it is com|iarativel.v small and rather inactive in comparison to many of the larger 
organizations, it continues to hold a jdace of prestige. It seems to be filled with a liinding 
S])irit that Mary Baldwin aims to maintain among all of her students. 

Miss Abliie McFarland lends her graciousness and willingness to the club as its sponsor. 
L'nder her guidance, the Little Sisters endeavor to fulfill their original aims and purposes. 

There have been several meetings of the cluli this year. Early in the fall, the Little 
Sisters, together with several other clubs, received an invitation to be present at a tea given 
by the alumnae. This pleasant social gathering was occasioned by Miss Baldwin's birthday. 

The Little Sisters were again honored when in December, they were asked to be present 
at the unveiling of Mr. King's jiortrait. This was indeed a notable affair. 

.A Spring meeting was held and the Little Sisters also had a part in the Commencement 
rverrisis. particularly .Mnmn* Day. 



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Stuiidiiu/: \'iki,ixiA kiLHAkUsoN, Nellie Hankln.-,, Elizaueih I )vei<. Ijonxie 
KiRKLAND, Susan Richardson 



\NNAH N[ll.A.M. 



Martha Johnshx. Saka Pl-kit. Jean Hi:iiiiAKii, 
Janet Di'thte 



THE RED HEAD CLUB 



Ifax Hebbard 



. Chainnaii 



Under the guidance of its sponsor. Mr. William Way I King, the Reil Head t luh uas 
able to reorganize and become an active organizatinn on the campus this year. C/onsidering 
the rigid restrictions of the club to only those with red hair, the membershi]! was quite 
remarkable. 

Even though the meetings are not regularly scheduled, the club has met se\eral times. 
In the earl}' fall, the "red heads" went cii nwx.w to the home nf Mr. King, where he 
entertained informally. He gave them an interesting accnutU of the founding ul the club 
and its ])rogress since that time. 

The day after Thanksgixing, the club was entertained again by its sjidnsor and Mrs. 
King with a most delicious turkey dinner given at the Parish house of Trinity L hurch. 

In December, it was considered a great privilege to be invited to attend the unveiling 
of Mr. King's portrait, which now holds such an important place in the college iiarlor. .And 
the club concludes its year's activities with a picnic in the Spring. 

Although the organization will always have a limited membershiii, it is to be regretted 
that many more cannot have the privilege of joining this traditional club <>i Mary lialdwin 
and be able to enjoy the fine association and interest of Mr. King. 



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I'f'f'cr row: Anne Ruim, Gekha Quei.ch, Sakah Dyess 
LiKi'cr r<i-^\- Ai.ETA Stout, Jui.ia Barber, IsAnEi.i.A Spii.lman 



STUDENT OFFICIALS 



Mx\RSHALS 

Anne Rudd Chief Marshal 

Gerda Quelcii '^"^'"'"'' C/o-J-f 

Sarah Dyess (1st Semester) ^""j"'' Cla^^ 

Jean Hebbard ( 2nd Semester) Junior Class 

Aleta Stout Sophomore Class 

Julia Barber Sothoworc Class 

STUDENT TREASURER 
Isabella Spillman 



The Student Officials occupy a more prominent part in the activities of the college than 
is generally realized. The marshals lead all academic processionals and serve as ushers at 
every college presentation. The chief marshal is elected hy the entire student hody, and the 
others by the individual classes. The duties of the student treasurer consist in collecting 
the student budget and re-apportioning it to the \arious organizalions. 





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THE MARY BALDWIN HONOR SOCIETY 



Members 



1925 

Winifred E i sen berg 

Pauline Harris 

(Mrs. J. W. McGavok) 

Charlene Kiracofe 

1926 

Martha Elizabeth CIayuart 

(Mrs. Albert F. Bennett) 

*Marguerite \Veller 

(Mrs. Ed(;ak Roller) 

1927 

Dorothy Hlsey 

(Mrs. H. L. Bridges, Jr.) 

Nettie Junkin 

Katherine See 

1928 

Clara Beery 

Irene Wallace 

(Mrs. Frank Du-e) 

1929 
Edna Virginia Brooks 
Mary Garland T.wi.or 

1930 

El.IZ.NBETH HeSSER 

Rebecca Price 
Mary Louise Timberlake 

*Dccease(l. 



1931 

Elizabeth Crawford 

Eaura Martin Jarman 

Elizabeth Johnson 

Marguerite Valz 

(Mrs. J. B. Olson) 

1932 

Alene Brewster 

Ruth See 

Theresa \\'ortii ington 

1933 

Christine Armstrong 

Margaret Grabill 

Charlotte Taylor 

Martha Bell 

Mrs. James Brent Wood. Jr.) 

Jean Bkeiim 

1934 
Grace Crowe 
Kate Drake 
Julia Gooch 

T HELM A HuLVEY 

Bessie Stollenwerck 
Emily Timberlake 

1935 
Mary I'>ei.l Archer 

1936 
Imogen Bird 



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CALENDAR OF EVENTS 1934-1935 



Si|iI<inlHr 13 -Initial Slink-iil Umlv Milling; Kioiial Mar\ l',al<l\\i:i Musir I (•,-;]arl:;uiiI ; 

Y. W . C . A. Kiccpliuii 
Scpunilii-r 1()— Intiriirotations of Litiratnn— Miss Mary I-'.. l.aliniLi- 
Siptcmliir 22 — Alliklic Assiicialion Picnic 

Scpttnilior 26 — Hirthday Dinner — Augusi and SipliTnlicr liirtlulays 
Si-plcmliir 27- Jnnior-Frcslinian Tea 
Octoliir 4Miss Maldwin's liirthday; Senior Investiture — 1 )r. Gillie Larew, s])eakcr ; 

Recreation and 'i'ea — Stonewall Jackson Golf C'liili; Alumna' Tea — Alumna? 

C hil) House; Senior 1 )inner and Hirthda)- Party; tdncert — I'^frein Zinilialist 
October 10 — Freslinian-Soplioniore 1 )ay 
October 12 — Hiking t lub Picnic; Riding I liib Picnic 
October 18 — Variety Program — Mary Baldwin (.o liege l''acult\' 
October 31 — Birthday Dinner — October and hdy Birthdays 
No\eml)er 6-9 — Lectures — "The Work of W dmen in the League of Nations" 

Miss Helen Clarks..n Miller 
November 8 — Lecture — "Naziism and Fascism — a (. cjntrasi" — 1 )r. Bruno Koselli 
November 15 — Birthday Diimer — November and June Birthdays 
November 22 — Piano Recital — Miss Mary Fishburne 
No\eml)er 2-1 — Bi.I'F.stocki.m. Dinner 
Nowmbcr 27 — Thanksgiving Dinner 
December 1 — Concert — Arthur Fear. Fjiglish baritone 

December 15 — Unveiling of Portrait of Mr. William W ayt King ; Senior Play — The Ghost Train 
December 16 — tTiristmas X'cspers — Mary Baldwin College Glee Club 
December 19 — Christmas Dinner and Senior Christmas Party 
January 5 — Reception to F'aculty — Dr. and Mrs. Jarman 
January 10 and 11 — Reception to F'reshmen — Dr. and Mrs. Jarman 
January 12 — 0|ien House to Students — Mary Baldwin .Mumn;e Club House 
January 15 — Reception to Seniors — I)r. and Mrs. Jarman 
January 17 — Birthday Dinner — January and December Birthdays 
January 31 — Recital — Miss Christine Guidaugson, soprano 
February 1 — Reception to Juniors — Dr. and Mrs. Jarman 
I'ebruary 7 — Lecture on Russia — Madame Ponafidinc 

"Women and Youth — The Gravest Problem of l-'uture Russia" 
Feiirnary 9 — Dramatic Cluli — Three One-.Act Plays 
February 12 — Reception for Sophomores — Dr. and Mrs. Jarman 
Feliruary 16 — Unveiling of Dr. Fraser's Portrait 

February 23 — Intercollegiate Debate — Mary Baldwin College \ s. Westhampton College 
l-'ebrnary 26 — Day Student-Faculty Suiijier 
Februarv 27 — Sophomore-Senior Banquet 
March '7— Recital^Miss Hlizabeth Kllis, violinist 

March 9 — Intercollegiate Debate — Mary Baldwin College vs. William and Mary ( ollegc 
March 19 — Janko Piano Recital — Herr W ilmar Robert Schmidt 
March 22 — Concert — Davidson College Glee CluIi and Orchestra 

March 23— Intercollegiate Debate— Mary Baldwin College vs. Hanipden-Sydney College 
March 26— Birthday Dinner— March Birthdays; Dramatic Club Play— "Hedda Gabler" 
.\pril 5-7 — First .Alumna- Week-end 
.April 5 — Concert — Paris Instrumental Quintet 

.April 12— Historical Pilgrimage— Contemporary Thought Clas- Trip to Washington 
.April 15— Birthday Diimer— .April Birthdays; Recital— Doris Humphrey and Dance Group 
.April 18 — Concert — Mary Baldwin College Glee Club 
.Ajiril 23 — Freshman- Junior Banquet 

-Ajiril 25 — Concert — Mary Baldwin Orchestra and Pujiils of Herr Schmidt 
May 3-5 — High School Senior House Party 
May 3 — Day Student Tea for High School Seniors 
May A — Horse Show- 
May 9 — Junior-Senior Iianquet 
May 11— Field Day 

May 12 — Birthday Dinner — May Birthdays 
May 18 — .Athletic Association Banquet 
May 25 — Senior Class Day 
May 26 — Baccalaureate Sermon— Rev. Clarence Edward Macartney, D. D.. 

First Presbyterian Church. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaina 
May 27— AlumuK Day— May Day Pageant 
May 28— Commencement Day Address— Dr. John H. Finley, Associate Editor, .\ fa' 1 ork I lines 



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CiiLEBKATioN Commemorating 
Miss Baldwin's Birthday. October 4 



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Senior Play, "The Ghost Train" 
Senior Christmas Pauty. Dkckmbkr 19, 1934 



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"Pink and Patches" and "A SEkFEM'> Tuuiii" 
Presented by the Dramatic Club, February 9, 1935 



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Seniors and Attendants 
Class Day, May 1934 



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.May Uukex. 1934: Cakolim-. eALDWKi.i. a.nd lUlki 
Maids oi-- Honor : Kitty I^kummond. EIuimikmia Smith 



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I'RucKisiu.xAL May Court. 1934 
Scenes from the May Day Pageant 



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Anne Rudd 
May (X'eex, 1935 




Maid (jt lIuxdR. l'M5 



GeRDA UlKI-ClI 

Maid of FIo.xok, 1935 





The Faciilt\ I'lay was a grand oppor- 
tunit\ . . . Miss Hillliouse on the steps 

cif her domain the Dean and her 

assistant take "lime out". . . Miss I'oole 

in the buggy a Holley twixt the 

President and Miss Powell .... Fuzz, 
the Grafton's delight Miss Hill- 
house very serif)us, Miss King quite 
jovial 



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Dr. Taylor, Miss Hillhouse and Miss 
I'folil al the Faculty pastime. . .Miss 

Latimer having fun Miss Poole 

seems happy — maybe it's the snow. . . 
Mrs. Lang when there wasn't anyone 
"in". . .Miss Lakenan. between classes 
...Dr. jarman's dog, also known as 
Scram. .. .Miss Fannie's buggy and 
Nancv. . . . 




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Tlu- Cliili llousL- in all its glon'.... 
])LThni>s it's a new dance step.... all 
help elieerfully received .. .the Quint- 
uplets go to F"ancy Dress... how to 
amuse "dates". . .testing her wings. . . 
otif to Grafton's Park. . .surprised?. . . 
Seniors "pause tor candid cameraman 
. .bathing beauties at Grafton's pool. . 



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^'e fairic-laiiil campus, a ]iriz(.- winner 
...alliait fur sleddin.i;. .. three little 

maids from scIkmiI the Corner 

(aroma of steak in the spring ) . .enter 
this portal for \ ietuals . . . McClun.i; is 
looked down n])on. . . .strollini; in the 
park one day. . . .Totum pole, modern 
version which took a (jri/.e. . .hit hy a 
snovvliall no dimlit. . . .more ylory fcjr 
the CI 11 



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(iiving Suumtdii llic "diK-c-oscr." 
I)ets\- Bfll ill j)run:inenci.- . .tliL- domes- 
tic touch all weighed down 

Seniors on their exclusive perch.... 
another victim of the craze. . . .typical 

room in the dorms one -Sunday 

afternoon .... we've got them coming 
and going. . .scpiirrel on the crest hut 
girls in the trees.... the triumphant 
.Sophomores 



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HIS portrait of Mr. William Wayt King, 
business mana.yx-r of the Seminary from 
1889 to 1923 and of the college until 1930, 
was painted for the college this year. As 
sponsor of one ui the clubs Mr. King is 
well known to the present student body. 
The portrait has been placed in the Red 
Room where it is a constant reminder of 
his lo_\'alty. devotion and service — a fitting 
trilnite to this friend of the college. 



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|F collfge annuals had mascots, no 
more appropriate a one could he adopt- 
ed than Beauty, which was Miss Mary 
Julia Baldwin's dog". His spirit has 
lieen commemorated in the portrait 
which han''s in the Red Room. 



Prizes for Bluestocking Work 



I'Rizh: ()Ffi-:k1':i) r,v i;k\ I'.rlkv book company 

I"ou THE Be.st Kodak I'k'tlre or 1.\\mmatk Ohjeci' 
Won by 1a. net Hoeley 



prize offkrkl) r.v tiiom.\.s ii(x;sHh:Ai) drl'c .store, inc. 

For the I'>est Pictl-ke of Animate Subject 
Won by Ja.xi.s Holley 



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WE NOMINATE FOR 
HALL OF FAME 



the Mary P)aldwin Hall of Fair.e, we 

should say the following girls for the 

])reil(imiiiating attributes we feel should lie 
reflected in the inin-or of character lieaut\'. 

"To those who know thee iK.it. no 
words can [lainl ! 
And those who know thee, know 
all words are faint !" 



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MARY BELL ARCHKR 

Bcraiisc of her vcrsotility and creative vision 




AXXE RUDD 
Because of her f'oise and ecoiioiiiy of effort 




AIARJORIE STUART 

Because of her physical vitality ami 7cholesn)}iencss 




HARRIET W EAI) 
Because of her oittstanduuj f^ersoiiality and iiia(iiietism 




SEXERLEY HOY 

Because of her hoiiesly and reetiliide 




HELI-:X .MJLLEK 
Because (ij Iter i/oierusily and iiiiiiiifieciice 



'There is a kind of eliaraeter in 

thy life, 
Tliat to the ol)server doth thy 

history fidly iinfokl." 









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THE MAJOR SPORTS 



I'.arly innrninn tennis. . .si,t;ii up fur llie- InurnanH'nt 
....first hockey practice.- yesterday ... .oiili. stiff 
joints. . .hikin.y;. . . .barbed wire fences. . . .sore feet 
.. . b'airvvay Tavern. . ..tjolf . . .views. . .tliose basket- 
li;ill ,L;ames. . . .Ice cream cones. . .lemons. . .horses, 
horses. . .niocjnli.nht rides are great sport. . . .splash 
what a jack-knife. . . .three-ba,y',L;er . . . .nice hit. . . . 
l!;mg! lhe\''re off. . .?> cheers for the best sport, tor 
the Council ;ni(l for Al. 11. C. 



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VARSITY 

HOCKEY 

SQUAD 



LiZAi;ti n Miiiinv 
Righl Winy 

Peggy Lou Hooven 
Right Inner 

Sarah 1)vi:ss 

(not in jiicture) 
Center Fi>r'u-ard 




Kathekixe Dyek 
Left Half-back 

1'atty Jo Ma HON y 
Center llcilf-haek 

Isabella Spillman 
Right Half-back 

P'raxces Yol'xt 
Right Full-back 

X'ellie Haxkixs 
Left Full-hack 

Helex Miller 

Goal 



LPPHR GROUP: 

Sophomore 
Championship 
Team 



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HOCKEY 




Jankt Dun I IK 
llockcy Leader 

III s\i\W III' wimi anil Wfallier, llic liockcy teams proved In l)e eiUliusiastic 
as well as swift. Great rivalry existed between the classes. The season pro- 
gressed with one tied score after another. The Freshmen showed fine spirit 
and turned out a squad of twenty players which gave the other teams cause for 
concern. They showed their merit by being defeated only (jnce by the Junior 
team and tying the Sophomcjres and Seniors. The deciding game of the season 
l.ietween the juniors and the Sophomores proved to be a most spectacular one 
ending with a \ictorv for the Sophomores. The most outstanding game and the 
one which the ])layers doubtless enjoyed most, was that between the Seniors 
a.nd the [uniors. In this memorable game, merriment ran high and good feeling 
abounded and the Seniors, fine sports that the\- have always been, went down 
to a striking defeat. At the end of the season an honorary varsity was chosen 
from the class squads. 

Interest in hockey was sustained during the season by a trip to Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College to the X'irginia Field Hockey Convention. The dele- 
gates brought back many new and helpful ideas concerning the game. 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 

Janet Holley Forward 

Jan IS Holley Forii'anl 

Frances Yovnt Center 

KATiiERrNE Dyer V. Center 

ISARELLA Spillmax Guard 

IMoNA l^.KDW X „ Guard 



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BASKETBALL 




Jaxkt Hoi.LKV 
Haskclhall Leader 



During exams and for six weeks afterwards the basketball court was the 
main attraction as far as class activity in sports was concerned. In the practices 
it was difficult to determine which would prove to be the strongest team. The 
F"reshman squad was large and lively, having many veteran players from prep 
schools, while the Seniors put forth the same team that had played last year. 
The Juniors with several new players put up a desperate struggle to hold their 
ground but the Sophomores who, early in the season, did not look very formidable 
to say the least, came out for the games and won the cup through their fine team 
work. 

The games, which were played in "double headers" were truly scenes never 
to be forgotten. The gallery in the gym was crowded to capacity for almost 
every game, the Faculty also attending. The Juniors came en masse to every 
game and Bronchi, their mascot, rooted along with them so vigorousl)' that he 
lost an eye, appearing thereafter with a patch. And so another season was ended 
and the basketball score hook closed for another \ear. 




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BASEBALL 



Helex Mili.kr 
Jhuchall Leader 

Baseball, that good old American sport, is played at Mary Baldwin by the 
faculty as well as the students with great spirit. Although Spring is the regular 
season for baseball, the annual picnic at Crafton Park usually finds the faculty 
and students hard at play with bat and ball. The supremacy of the faculty is 
due to the number of men on their team and their home runs succeed in causing 
the score to rise. 

The inter-class games are played during the last month of the college year. 
A varsity is chosen from the class squads representing the eleven best players of 
baseball. This team usually challenges the mighty faculty team to a final game. 
This contest has proved to be an exhibition of the sportsmanship of our leaders in 
the academic field and of the spirit of the game which exists between them and 
the students. 




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TRACK 




JANIS HoLLEY 

Track Leader 



W illi llu- arrival iil llic tirst ,t;(ii)(l weather in spring, the cinder track calls 
many athletes into activit)'. The hurdles are popular with many Freshman be- 
cause of their newness. High jumping-, hroadjumping, the dash and javelin are 
(ither events in which (jur daughters iif Atalanta participate. More individual 
Competition is carried on in this sport than in any other. Throughout the spring 
season students in gym classes and those particularly interested in track develop 
their technique in preparation for Field Day which is the termination of the 
season. This is the day when all the classes meet to prove their prowess on the 
field. Recognition is given to the individuals gaining the highest number of points 
anti a cup to the class which has won the most events. This occasion is one at 
which the classes show their spirit and sujijiort the athletes representing them. 




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RESULTS IN ATHLETICS 1934-1935 



HOCKEY 

Seniors 1 Sophomores 1 

Juniors 2 Freshmen 

Juniors 2 Sophomores 3 

Seniors 1 Freshmen 1 

Freshmen 2 Sophomores 2 

Seniors Juniors 5 

Championship — Sophomores 
Class of '2>7 



P.ASKI'-.Tl'.AI,!. 

Seniors 24 Sophomores 35 

[uni(jrs 17 Freshmen 31 

Juniors 15 Sophomores 26 

Seniors 11 Freshmen 22 

Seniors 10 Juniors 16 

Sophomores 43 Freshmen 20 

Championship — Sophomores 
Class of '^7 



FIELD DAY— 1934 

60 Yard Dash — Spillman 7.8 seconds 

High Jump — ScHOFiELD 4 feet 6 inches 

Javelin — Stacey 62 feet 

Hurdles — Janis Holley 9 seconds 

Broad Jump — Janis Holley 12 feet 7 inches 

Relay — Sophomores 
Obstacle Race — Jane Mather 



PLACES LN THE MEET 

Jan is Holley First Place 

Spillman, B. Wjlliams S'ecdiid Place 

Lancaster Third Place 



BASEBALL— 1934 

Seniors L3 Juniors 1 1 

Freshmen 19 Sophomores 8 

Freshmen 20 Seniors 10 

Faculty 21 Yarsity 16 

Cuami'ionsh IP — Freshmen 
Class of '37 



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MINOR SPORT LEADERS 




Im.kaxdk NFii.lek 
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•'rances Hoi.st 
Golf 



_|i:an Bki.i.iN(.I(ath 
Rid ilia 



Kai iiiRiM-, I )vi-;f( 
Swiiiniiing 



W IXIKKEII LdVE 

.In-hn-y 



Emilv Goodwin 
Hikiiu; 



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TENNIS 

The wham of a tennis ball awakens the 
students of Hill Top some mornings at the 
break of day. The tennis court^ are the 
battle-grounds of individual and inter-class 
tournaments Fall and Spring. These tour- 
naments give the opporuinitj- to all those 
who stri\e to excel in this graceful and 
vigorous game. 



RIDING 

The Riding flub, headed by Jean Bel- 
lingrath, president, conducts horseback rid- 
ing throughout the year. Fall and Spring 
find many equestriennes enjoying long rides 
through the country surrounding Staunton. 
The Horse Show, every May. is a great 
attraction and the Banquet following this is 
the high-light of the season. 



GOLF 

This year the interest in golf was in- 
creased by the lessons in technique which 
were available through professional in- 
struction. The Fairway Tavern oiTers a 
beautiful cour.se where enthusiastic golfers 
may play. During the winter, the driving 
range in the gym makes possible practice in 
form. Spring finds many eager to get out- 
of-doors with their clubs. 



.SWIM M IXC, 

Those who enjoy switnniing are lorlu- 
nate in ha\ ing accessible both the college 
pool and that of the Staunton Y. M. C. .-X. 
Throughout the winter many students 
recreate in swimming. During the Fall, an 
Inter-Class tournament was held, at which 
the Sophomores triumphed and the Fresh- 
men were close runners-up. 



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.\kc'iii:kv 

Arclu'Vy. llu- ^pml uliicli ri'(|iiiri-s skill, 
stri'iiglli ;iiiil |Miisc is anniluT minor spdii 
which is iiichiclcd in mir iinigram. 'I'lu 
rangi' niu at ih- huckcy field is adcfUiakl.\ 
^il ii|i and slndrnls, particuUli'ly those in 
i;yni classes, iiaiticipalt. 



I'.ADMIXTOX 

Hadminlon which was inlrcjdnced at die 
College during the winter claims an ini- 
|iortanl place in tile recreational life of (he 
slncliMits, This old iMiglish game has hccn 
\cry siiccessfnll\ rc-\i\ed in many colleges 
and has hecoine part of our sport program. 



IIIKLXC 

Hiking is a sport lure uliieli many am- 
hitious athletes enjo\-. In the h'all, a sup- 
per hike is always an outstanding feature 
for the group which participates in this 
sjiort. The hikers have found many de- 
lightful paths and old roads which liaxe of- 
fered enjoyable jaunts. 



IMN'G-F'ONG 

Ping-1'ong is largely responsilile for the 
|)opularity of the lounge. Everyday one 
hears the ping of halls, hut never so much 
as during exams, when from morning until 
ni.itht games arc carried on. Ping-Pong is 
an attraction for cxeryone and is trul\- an 
invigorating indoor sport. 




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,\l. LaXCASIEK, ^[. SHART, I. SPILI.M A.\. K. I )VER, B, HoV, J. Hol.LF.V, J. Hul.Ll,V 

Not in Pictuke : E. Goodwix, H. Mii.i.er. 



THE MONOGRAM CLUB 



Tlie Monogram Chili is an litmorarv clul) organized for the outstanding 
athletes in college. Memhership in this cluli is olitained by earning 650 points 
in the athletic program. Every 3-ear at the Athletic Association Banquet held 
in May, the Athletic Council names those girls who have been accepted into the 
club, and presents them with an M. H. C. monogram. Recognition l)y this cluli 
is considered the highest athletic award in the college. Those girls who earn 
monograms prove their merit as ambitious athletes who lead a well-rounded 
life in college athletics. 



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EXPLANATION OF THEME 



TIh- ,L;"rcal iiyraniids n{ l'.i;y|il liaxc I'lijdyi'il a lasliiit; inlcn'sl 
lhi"iiut;Ii tlu' a,L;\'s. ])artl\' licca\ise ni ilicir rdiislnu'liimal wdinK-r, and 
parlh lici-aiisc nf llieir liraiily nt' simplicity in (U'si.i;n. When this 
annual was in its rnihrNo, rach nicmlirr uf the statt carrinl in hor 
mind a desire to create a volume which w(iuld endure, not only he- 
cause ol' the sentiment attached lo such a record, hut also liecause ol 
the hook itself. I.ookint; ahont us, it was quite apparent that we were 
(acinj; an institution which itself has known a lont; life, and u[)on 
further retlection we tomid that each ])hase ol stu<lent life has e\ol\ed 
from an e.xtensive liack.nround. As the causes for this permanenc}' 
were considered, one (}utstandin,!.; characteristic possessed by each of 
the suhjects concerned was e\'ident. That c|uality was heauty -so the 
staff has chosen to emphasize the ]iarl ])la\ed hy heauty in colleije life. 

Takini^' the l)ook section hy secti(jn. heauty was stressed in the 
view pages through appreciation of archilectiu'al splendor; the ckass 
division emphasized organization, uniformity; the features, heauty of 
character ijualities; athletics, the lieaul\' nf grace and publications, the 
harmony of unity and co-operation. The division plates, which are the 
w<ir]< of students, have made use of a relatively new and artistic 
medium. 

Xo attempt has been made to put this theme into a definite, taiigilile 
form, for the staff prefers to ha\e this ipiality, so characteristic of 
Mary Baldwin, expressed by means of greatest simplicity and design. 
It is in the arrangement of the jiages and in the material offered that 
the theme has unostentatiousK' been em]:)lo\ed. 



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i'tf'cr Roi<': Ora Ehmi.im.. Xancv Stanauh 
Loc^'i'r Ro'u': Imocf.n Bikii, Makjouii-; Aubey, Phyllis I)oui.hl;ki v 



THE BLUESTOCKING 



The lUiicstockiiii/, tlic C(jllf.t;e annual, is edited each year l)y tlie Junior 
Class. The Editor. Assistant Editor. I'.usiness Manager and Assistant lUisiness 
Manager are elected by the student liody the preceding Spring of the year that 
the book is published. Then, in the Eall. these members of the staff choose the 
rest of tile menil)ers. Miss Strauss, our facultx' sponsor. ad\ises and aids the 
staff with the e.xiierience she has gained thrf)Ugh her association with {hr ])ublica- 
tion for many years. Without her unfailing interest and su|ip(irt. we would 
not vouch for our results. 

The pur])ose of the staff is that of i)r(i\iiling each sUident with a niemcir}- 
bonk of the year's actisities in all the \aried jjhases of Mar\' I'.aldwin life. 
Naturally, it is impossible for us to set down on a [jrinted page all of the haijpy 
experiences we have had with intimate friends here, but it is our Imiie that as 
time goes on and you turn o\er the leaves of this book, we will have set down 
enough material here for you to recall to mind those more intangible and personal 
experiences each of you has lived ihrcjugli and treasured. 



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BLUESTOCKING STAFF 

( )ka 1'JIMI.im;, l-.dilor-lx-Chu'j 

Nancy Staxakd /Utsincss M aiiaijcr 

Imogen Hikd Issislanl l-.ditnr 

Mak.kikii-; Ai!HI-:v Issisliiiil Ihis.iirss MaiiiKjcr 

I'lni.i.is I )(ir(;ii I'lRTV /;•/ lidilur 

N'iKciMA C'raw i-iiRi-) Issislaitl . Irt liditur 

J A N K T 1 )Lr 1 1 1 K llhlclic Editor 

I'.i riY XiNCKNi' Kodak Editor 

I'.M II, V ( ;(K)D\\ IN Class Editor 

I i:a n ( 1 kishard Club Editor 

Hakkikt JAVNi-: /'Cdtiirc Editor 

Makv I'lF.i.i S'of'hoinorc h'cpyrsriitaiivc 

Annuc Tkkkf.i.i E'rcsliiiiaii Kcprcsculativc 




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Loiccr Row: Jf.ax Hf:i;i;arii. Haurikt J avxk, Makv Bixl, Axxie TtKi«;u, 



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Liiucr R(rw. (, . 1'kn-i>i.kti)iN, N. Wai.i.aci:. ("i. Qri-.i.rH. K. \\ Akinx. J. Sifvkns 

K. J. I'.AI.llWIX 

CAMPUS COMMENTS 

When the Cciiiipiis Coiuiuciits staff returned to college this year, they were 
elated to learn that, during the summer the paper had received First Honor Rating 
by the National Scholastic Press Association. With that inspiration they set to 
work to publish an even better paper. Changes were made in the type and the 
headlines. A new heading was designed. Numerous cuts were used. More 
six-page issues were published. Tn fact, Mary Baldwin's paper became more 
like a daily newspaper. The efforts were rewarded when Campus Comments tied 
tor first place in Class A with the Virginia Tech. V. P. T.'s publication. 

CAMPUS COMMENTS STAFF 

Hele.\- L.\\'i>rst .Mii.i.i:k Edilcr-in-C liicf 

VIRCI^'IA Lewis House Business Manmicr 

Ellen D()U(;lass Bush Managing Jidilor 

]Mary Delia Nichols Makc-iif llditnr 

Elizaheth jMoody Sf^orts f.dilor 

Cecil Pendleton, Nancy Wallace News Rdilors 

Gerda Quelch, Mary Ri.ake Sociely Rdilors 

Katherine Warden Feature hditor 

Janie Stevens Literary lidilor 

Emma Jeanne Baldwin -S'/n.// .Irtui 

Other members of the staff are: M. L. Wcllon, 1. Dicsclicr, |. Dewey, L. J. Gardner, 

C. Bell, J. Dawkins, M. Huffman, M. Wright, A. B. Bradley, E. Goodwin, 

F. Hoist, M. Stuart, J. Epcs, M. B. .Archer, O. Ehmling, J. Shaler, 

H. Wead, AI. Harris, A. Moore, M. Johnson, I. Bellingrath, 

M. Brand, M. Hussey, M. B, Thorpe, V. (raw ford. 

M. E. Gardner, M. Mcfall, M. Hartley. 

J. Dulhie, J. Smith. M. Sanncr 

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O'/'/v/- A\',\': J. SiiAi.KU. J. SiKXKNS, M. Hi Aki 
Loiver Row: k. pAjAum), R. Miller, J. I jikschku. A. 'rKKkia.i. 

THE MISCELLANY 

Jane Shai.f.r l-.ditor-iii-L hiej 

Jean Dieschek, Eleandk Millek -Isxuciate Editors 

Janie Stevens Business Manaycr 

Mary Blake idverlisiug Manager 

Raijuel Fa.iarik) Rxchangc Editor 

Annie Terrei.i Cirnilatinu Maiuif/cr 

The Misccllcniy is Mary Baldwin's literary magazine. It attempts to encour- 
age an interest in literatiu-e that is both appreciative and creative. Material is 
selected from work duiie in the various English classes in contemporary poetry 
and in composition and from contriljutions made by any interested students. 

The Editor-in-Chief and the Business Manager are elected by the student 
body ; the Editor, with the help of the faculty advisors selects the other members 
of the staff. 

This year a .series of ■'literar\' half-hours" which consisted ot intornial dis- 
cussions on modern liooks and authors, was begun, with the ide;i of stimulating a 
desire for more knowledge of contemporary writings. 

Three issues of the ma,gazine were published this year: one at the Christmas 
lioHda\'s, one at Spring vacation, and one at Commencement. 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



We. the staff of the 1935 Bluestockin"G. wish to thanlv the foUriwintj 
who ha\e aided us in the production of this hook: 

Dr. and Mrs. L. Wilson jarman, for their co-operation with 
the J'\-ature editcjr 

Miss Fannie .Strauss, for her able assistance and advice 

Miss Ruth Spoor and the following members of the Art 
Department : 

Jane Mather 

Rcjlicrla \'ance 

Myra .Miller 

[eannc T'hilliiis 



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DIRECTORY— FACULTY 



Dr. Kenneth I'lradlOril SlauiUdii, \ a. 

Major M. M. I'.rice Colletje Park. .Staunton. V'a. 

Dr. .Mary .Swan L'arn.ll ,^0.? I'',a.sl .\ortli .Second .St.. .Morristow n, Tenn. 

.Mr. j<ihn r.. Datiin .Madison I'lace. .stannt(jn. \a. 

•Miss Marv I.ouise Dinw iddie L niversity, \'a. 

JMiss Mary Doswell Route 1, .Staunton, \'a. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Ellis 923 Church St., Indiana, Pa. 

Mrs. Helen C. Eyster 61 Soutli l-"ranklin St., Chamber.sburg, Pa. 

Miss Maiy Fishburne 1502 Hagood Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Miss Clare Flansburgh Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, \'a. 

Dr. Thomas H. Grafton Mary Baldwin College, -Staunton, \'a. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Grafton Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, \'a. 

Dr. Juanita Greer 584 Park Ave., S. E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Miss Christine Gunlaugson 208 Fifth Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Miss Marguerite Hillhouse Mary Baldwin College, .Staunton, \'a. 

Dr. E. Wilson Jarnian Staunton, \a. 

Miss Clare King 1214 College St., Columbia, S. C. 

Miss Mary E. Eakenan Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Mrs. Margaret Lang Route 1, Le.xington, Va. 

Miss Mary Latimer Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada 

Miss A. M. McFarland Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Nancy McFarland Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Mrs. William Pancake 235 E. Beverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Miss Elizabeth Pfohl 459 Soutii Church St.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Miss Elizabeth Poole 225 P.ell Court West, Lexington, Ky. 

Miss Mary Collins Powell Tarboro, N. C. 

Herr Robert Schmidt Staunton, Va. 

Dr. Karl Shedd Market St., Staunton, \'a. 

Dr. Kenneth Smoke 121 Maple St., Ashland, Ohio 

Mr. James T. Spillman 3^7 \'ine St., Staunton, \'a. 

Miss Ruth Spoor 48 Judson St.. Braintree, Mass. 

Miss Fannie Strauss 315 New St., Staunton, Va. 

Dr. Mildred E. Taylor 614 W. California St., Urbana, 111. 

Dr. E. P. Vandiver. Jr 312 N. McDuffie St., Anderson, S. C. 



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DIRECTORY— STUDENTS 



Abbey. Alarjorif Webb, Miss. 

.\bb(]tl, Mary Seguin, Texas 

Alphin, Edythe Lexington, Va. 

Anderson, Catherine 302 X. Madison St., Staunton, Va. 

Apple, Frances 610 Laburnum Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Archer, Mar_y Bell Clarksdale, Miss. 

Arthur, Helen Redkey, Ind. 

Ayler, Mary Watkins Hilton Village, Va. 

Bailey, Janie Merylane Rock, W. Va. 

Baldwin, Emma Jeanne 530 Shawnee Dr., Erie, Pa. 

Ballard, Joan 1441 Cambridge Road, Lansing, Mich. 

Barber, Julia Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Barr, Sarah Lewis ■ 504 Llarvard Ave., Swathmore, Pa. 

Bauers, Joi 303 E. Washington Ave., Dayton, Wash. 

Baxter, Nancy Jane 208 Broadway, Youngstown, Ohio 

Bear, Dorothy 359 Sherwood Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Bear, Jessie Sara 359 Sherwood Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Beasley, Marjorie 60 Morris Ave., Athens, Ohio 

Beckert, Betty Jane 850 Walnut St., Gadsden, Ala. 

Beerbower, Rachel 6901 Thomas Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

lielknap, June Elizabeth 1618 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va. 

Bell, Charlotte 1222 Sheridan Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bell, Mar\- "Stonevvolde," Staunton, Va. 

Bellingrath, Jean 317 Cloverdale Road, Montgomery, Ala. 

Bennett, Betty 579 Hill Terrace, Wlnnetka, 111. 

Benson, Doris Gulf Stream Apts., Miami Beach, Fla. 

Bertschey, Meta 1464 National R<1., Pleasant \'alley. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Berry, Geraldine Elizabeth Route 5, Staunton, Va. 

Bird, Elizabeth 8120 E. Jefferson, Detroit, Mich. 

Bird, Imogen 2201 P St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

P)lackburn, Jean 210 W. Madison St., Pulaski, Tenn. 

Blake, Mary Fairfax, Va. 

Bohnson, Ruth 1910 Pershing Blvd., Clinton, Iowa 

Bolton, Elizabeth 1008 E. Boulevard, Charlotte, N. C. 

Booker, Mary Sue Waynesboro. Va. 

Bourland, Marie 815 N. 14th St., Fort Smith, Ark. 

Bradford, Anne 621 li. P.everley St., Staunton. Va. 

Bradley, Annie Belle Sutsien. Ku, China 

Brand, Marie 468 Walnut Ave., Wayneshon). \'a. 

Brown. Entlur 103 W. Depot St.. Ciino.rd. X. C. 

Brown, Evelyn 100 Grove St., Tarrytow n, X. Y. 

I'.rown, Mona Nash _ Pleasant N'alley. X. Y. 

iiniwn. Rosalie 1010 Xelson St.. Staunton. \'a. 



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i'liiKi', l.iicili' 3iS41 .\()rmaii(l\ , Dallas, Texas 

r.iyanl, l-.mily Ann 230 West Suininit. San Antonio, Texas 

ISuLhanan, Sarah Tazwell, Va. 

Jiush, I'lllen Douglass 313 Sunsil Drive, (jreensboro, N. C. 

Carmichael. Harriette Jackson, (ja. 

Carney, Charlotte Churchland, Va. 

Carpenter, Hetty Pennsville, N. J. 

Carter, Mary 171 Ivey Road, Atlanta, Ga. 

Catt, Nancy Margaret 806 Alleghany Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Cely, lileanor 416 Pendleton St., Greenville, S. C. 

Chase, Choice 610 Hermitage Court, Charlotte, N. C. 

Childrev, Margaret Vorktown, \'a. 

Church, Barbara G 330 Elizabeth Road, .San Antonio, Texas 

Clark, Jean Crozet, Va. 

Clark, Mary X'irginia 803 Micknian Road, Augusta, Ga. 

Clemmer, Reba • Middlebrook, Va. 

Cockrell, Rebecca 225 K. Heverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Coffey, Ethel Ra\- R. F. D. 2, Staunton, Va. 

Cohen, Dorothy Lois 110 Fayette St., Staunton, Va. 

Collier, Mary Margaret 629 Rozelle St., Memphis, Tenn. 

Conary, Dolly Margaret 416 Humboldt St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Conlon, Caroline 2153 Ohio Blvd., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Cooke, Mary Jane 31 Hillvale Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 

Cooke, Virginia 17y Harrison St., East Orange, N. J. 

Cover, Jessie Mae Fdgevvood Road, Staunton, Va. 

Coyner, Nell Virginia Route 2, Waynesboro, Va. 

Craig, Helen Uniontown, Pa. 

Crawford, Virginia Pocahontas, Va. 

Crone, Charlotte Route 5, Staunton, Va. 

Curry, Elizabeth 1226 Ouinby Ave., Wooster, Ohio 

Curry, Mary Eleanor 412 Riverside Ave., Covington. Va. 

Dawkins, Jane Island Drive, Monroe, La. 

Day. Billie 900 N. 17th St., Waco, Texas 

Deal, Frances 1334 Noble Ave., Springtield, 111. 

DeVore, Margaret 403 E. Wabash Ave., Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Dewey, Jane 640 S. 8th St., Chariton, Iowa 

Dickerson, Sarah Bell 220 Market St., Staunton, Va. 

Diescher, Jean 5734 Woodmont St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Doremus, Emily Wayawi Ave., Bayville, L. I., N. Y. 

Dougherty, Phyllis 194 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N. Y. 

Drew, Margaret Airmount Ave., Ramsey, N. J. 

Duthie, Janet Franklin Ave., Wyckoff , N.J. 

Dyer, Elizabeth Reynolda Park, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Dyer, Katherine 205 Starling St., Martinsville, Va. 

Dyer, Martha Willzin Park, Greenville, Miss. 

Dyess, Sarah Ann 2556 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. 



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Ehniling, ( )ra Alice Upper Darby, Penn. 

Epes, Julia Bagley 1515 Palmyra Ave., Richmond, Va. 

I<Xiard(), Raquel 97 Mendez Vigo St., Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 

Fawcett, PZvelyn 195 N, Main St., Mt. Airy, X. C. 

Ferris, Nancy 30 E. 4tb St., Chillicothe, Ohio 

Fitzhugh, Mary Bess JMcComas, W. Va. 

Forrest, Mary Groff 901 Jackson St., Wilmington, Del. 

Fowler, Virginia Ruth 253 19th Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

Funke, Charlotte 27 Belvedere Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 

( ialey, Ruth Rose 1221 Division St., Key West, Fla. 

(iantt, Virginia 1214 Lorain Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Gardner, Lois Jane Blacksburg, Va. 

Gardner, Mary Elizabeth 555 F. King St., Chambersburg, Pa. 

Garwood, Frances Pocahontas, Va. 

Gilkeson, Alice Fishersville, Va. 

Gooch, Adele 20 N. Coalter St., Staunton, Va. 

■ Goodwin, Emily Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. 

Graves, Mrs. Irene Hedvig 422 Revere St., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Guernsey, Betty 603 E. Central Ave., Orlando, F'la. 

Ham, Dorothy 2140 Bonnycastle, Louisville, Ky. 

Hankins, Nellie Fordwick, Va. 

Hardin, Elinor 551 Prospect St., Maplewood, N. J. 

Hargis, Mildred Cape Charles, Va. 

Harper, Marguerite Staunton, Va. 

Harris, Mary Read 103 N. 15th St. Wilmington, N. C. 

Harrison, Anne Franklin East Falls Church, Va. 

Hartley, Marion Hagerstown, Ind. 

Healy, Doris 61 Freeborn Ave., East Providence, R. I. 

Hebbard, Jean 91 Norwood Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Herndon, Helene 102 E. 49th St., Savannah, Ga. 

Hester, Mrs. Nan Law 36 N. Augusta St., Staunton, \a. 

Hewes, Freda 272 Newburn Dr., Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hiles, Elizabeth Great Meadows. X. ]. 

Hindman, Jane 7S Morgantown .St., Uniontown, Pa. 

Hinman, Marion 44 Claremont Ave., Hampton, Va. 

Holley, Janis Crown Point, Ind. 

Holley, Janet Jane Crown Point, Ind. 

Holliday, Jean 325 Sherwood Ave., .Staunton, \'a. 

Hollis, Janet 90 Washington St., Newton, Mass. 

Hoist, Frances 602 E. Main St., Titusville, Pa. 

Hood, Josie Liddelle Gadsden, Ala. 

Hooven, Peggy Lou 18 E. Albemarle Road, Lansdowne, Pa. 

House, \nrginia Ill Warren St., Wilson, N. C. 

Howard, Elizabeth ...219 N. 2nd St., Harlan, Ky. 

Hoy, I.everley 251 .S. Jetlferson St., Petersburg, Va. 

Huffman, Josephine 2324 Kanawha St., Charleston, W. \''a. 



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llutrman. M.l.lml 2324 Kanawha Si., CharU-stun, W. \a. 

1 lu.n|.lno>, i:.lilh Mav ^^"="-l^ l^'"'», Va. 

Iluiil Mar-arcl Charinvood IliU, 1 yler, lexas 

I lusscN. Mdlie. '.'.'.'.'.'.. -^11 I''- ^"h"'-^-'^ -^l- 'I"'''-'""-". •'^■- ^■■ 

lluK-li«(.n, Marv Liu-m Charlotte Court House, Va, 

Hutchins, I lele,,' ^ J^u'll^T '^^e,, Wallingfonl, C o„„. 

,, ., 1 ,;, Charles Town, \\ . \ a. 

1 iu\etl, I .eha 

I : , 1, ,1 ^ Waynesboro, V a. 

liNUK-. 1 .\H\ Kodes - , ., ■ 

l\(.v (, 'iroline ^tW S. Union St., Concord, X . L. 

lacksnn', I'osei.h'ine'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. IK'O h'orest Hill Drive, High Point, X. C. 

",. ^,^^1^^ |-i;inces 1^ Church St., Staunton, Va. 

",' 1^^ . ' I i^^.i^.,, 437 E. Beverley St., Staunton, \a. 

lavne,' Harriet' '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' ■'.'■'. 233 W. Front St.. Berwick, Pa. 

',Y , Arvonia, \ a. 

Terlerv, Jane ^ ^,. , 

"lohnsun liarbara ^^09 S. Park St., Hastnigs, Mich. 

•| |„,,^,„j j.-ioise 903 Longwood Ave., Bedford, Va. 

Johnson'. Martha'. ■.'.'.'. 203 E. 44th St., Savannah, Ga. 

Jones, Ellen Morris Howard St., Ashland, Va. 

Kennedy, Hettie 164 S. Main St., Union, S.C. 

Kirkland, Eva Bonnv E^'*^^' ^^\'^^- 

Kvle Virginia 306 Sherwood Ave., Staunton, Va. 

T ' < 1 \\'.ti-;,.« Mt. Clinton, Va. 

Lacy, Sarah \\ atkms ' 

La Hart, Evelyn 120 Dixon Ave., Boonton, N J. 

Lambert, Elizabeth Woodlee, Staunton, Va. 

Lancaster, Martha 402 George St., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Lan-ick, Nancy New Martinsville, W. Va. 

Latham Sarah 227 N. Madison St., Staunton, Va. 

Law, Mary.'. ■■'■■ .Fordwick W. 

Lewis, Lucy 1«10 Seneca Ave., Columbia S C. 

. . n, ,', Hancock. Md. 

Litton, Melba ^ . , , ^ 

I ogan Anna Martha 102 Hoodndge Dr., South Hills, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

, , , , t- ^, Stanley, Va. 

Louderback, b ranees .,,,;/,. 

,,.■ ■: 1 . . . iM(joreheld, VV. Va. 

Love, Winitred 

Lucas, Elizabeth ' ■ ' ^^'^' , 

, . , • Ashland, Va. 

Luck, Josephine 

Lumpkin, Mary Waties 1711 College St., Columbia S.C. 

McCallMay.: 221 E. 34th St., Savannah, Ga. 

McClung. Agnes 628 Chestnut St.. W^aynesboro, Va. 

,,,,,,. . Fairheld, \ a. 

]\IcFaddin, Anne ,,, ,, 

McMechen, Mary lane 625 Wheeling Ave., Glendale, \\ . Va. 

McTyre, Cahsta! .". 313 W. 37th St., Savannah, Ga. 

Maclndoe, Margaret Ann 1023 Commerce St., Roanoke, Va. 

Mahoney, Patty Jo 303 Peach St., El Dorado, Ark. 

Major, Katherine 616 Prospect St., Clifton Forge V a. 

Maloney, Lola Jane H Plymouth Ave., Maplewood, N.J. 

Mann, Theodo^ia Ft. Dehance, Va. 



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Marks, Elizabeth 303 \V. Linden St.. Rome. X. Y. 

Marks, Kathryn 184f) Donald St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Martin, Louise White Post, Va. 

Martin, Marian White Post, Va. 

Mather, Jane 40 Longwell Ave., Westminster, Md. 

Mattox, Jane 222 E, 5th Ave.. Lancaster, Ohio 

Messer, Gertrude Galax, Va. 

Meybin, Mai-garet 1.M4 Roanoke St.. Roanoke. Va. 

Milan, Rosannah 100 Cassville Road. Cartersville, Ga. 

Miller, Eleanor 270 Stewart Ave.. Garden City, N. Y. 

Miller, Helen LaVorst New Hope, Va. 

Miller, Myra Evelyn 1015 Southwestern Ave., Mexico, Mo. 

Mills, Elizabeth 131 I'ark St., Carbondale, Pa. 

Milton, Frances 508 l-"ortwood Place, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mish, Marian 8 Jordan St., Lexington, Va. 

Moffett, Page R. F. D. 2, Staunton, Va. 

.Moody, Elizabeth 231 Sycamore St., Staunton, Va. 

Moore, Alice Borden 1516 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Moore, Evelyn Elizabeth R. F. D. 2. Spottswood, Va. 

Moore, Lucille Eugenia 123 Reservoir St.. Staunton, Va. 

Mosby, Anne 600 W. Main St.. Waynesboro, Va. 

Mower, Marjorie R. F. D. 2, Staunton, Va. 

Murray, Mary 113 Albany Ave.. ( )gdensburg. X. Y. 

Nester, Marion Palacios, Texas 

Neumann, Mary Karolyn 3701 Clifif Road, Richmond, Va. 

Newton, Opal 149 Hollywood, San Antonio, Texas 

Nichols, Mary Delia Kenesaw Apts., Washington, D. C. 

Nottingham, Anne Drunette Cheriton, Va. 

Odell, Elizabeth 298 N. Union St., Concord, N. C. 

Opie, Mary Alexander Oakenwold, Staunton. \'a. 

Parish, Ruth Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, Texas 

Parkins, Katie R. F. D. 4, Staunton, Va. 

Parks, Elizabeth 1411 N. Roan St., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Parks, Louise 141 1 X. Roan St.. Johnson City, Tenn. 

Parr, Nanc\- Amherst, Va. 

Patterson, Helen Graham 47'-) X. Washington Ave., El Dorado, Ark. 

Patterson, Louise 606 W. Ferguson, Tyler, Texas 

Pendleton, Cecil 5900 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. 

Perrow, Elizabeth Locust Hill, Hurt, Va. 

Phillips, Jeanne 1214 ISrandon Ave., Norfolk, Va, 

Philpotts, Mary Elizabeth ■ Mobjack, Va. 

Phipps, Rosa Gilmer 573 Wayne Ave.. Waynesboro, Va. 

Piatt, Sara 1 123 Cherokee Road, Louisville, Ky. 

Potter, Virginia 1317 Boren Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

Prideaux. La Rue 704 Cherr}- St.. Graham, Texas 

Prideaux, Sadie 704 Cherry St., Graham, Texas 



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I'niffil, Sir- \ ax- I'loy.l. Va. 

(JiK'Ich. ( Kida l.ijuise Forest Hills, Wilmiii^tnii, X, C. 

Uaiikin. Ada jcaii 5 Amiss Ave., Liiray, Va. 

Kansdii. I'.etli 118 Tale St., ( Ireen.shoro, N. C. 

Kce.l, Harriett 2X12 Hillcrest .\ve., .\u«usta, (la. 

keiil, I'ranees 70.? .S\\ arthtiKire .\ve., Charlestdii, W. \'a. 

Rice, Jane 4()"W .Xoilli Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ricliarflson, .Susan .tL? Marshall St., Hampton, Va. 

Richardson, \'iri;inia Hardinsliurt;, Ky. 

Richaud. jeaniiie ?i7 Rue GiofTredo, Nice, A. M. I'rance 

Roberts, 1 )iirett,i 616 Tazvvell Ave., Cape Charles, \'a. 

Robinson, llenton 4930 Quebec St., Washington, D. C. 

Rogers, Ida I! 505 K. Main .St., Lexington, K\-. 

Roudabush, Jessie Ann Luray, Va. 

R(.)udabush, Susan 410 3rd .St., .Shenandoah, Va. 

Roudabush, X'irginia Luray, Va. 

Rudd, Anne Hon Air, Va. 

Rudisill, Adelaide 120 S. 11th Ave., Coatesville, Pa. 

Russell, Frances 212 X. Market St., .Staunton, Va. 

Russell, Margarett K;ible S. M. A., .Staunton, Va. 

Sanner, Marian 827 Harrison Ave., .Scranton, I'a. 

Shaler, Jane 1510 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa. 

Sharpe, Luc}' 612 I-'ountain L'lace, P)urlington, X. C. 

Shew, Adelyn 234 Elm St., Clinton, Ind. 

Siler, Emma Ruth Fishersville, Va. 

Smith. Content 1 14 .S. Arlington Ave., luist Orange, N. J. 

.Smith. lane 1*" ranees 912 .Sudbur\ .St., .Staunton, Va. . 

Smith. Jane ( )dell 532 X. I'eninsula Dr., 1 )a\ tona I'.each, Ma. 

.Smith, N'irginia 50 High .St., .Salem, \''a. 

Spillman, Isabella 515 W. linrke .St., Martinshurg, W. \^a. 

Spruce, Dorothy May 2220 Washington St., Charleston, W. \'a. 

Stanard, Nancy 71 Xorth Reed Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

Steele, Annie Louise 405 Fayetteville Road, Rockingham, X. C. 

.Stevens, Janie 796 Plume .St., Spartanburg, .S. C. 

Stout, Aleta 1500 Summit St., Little Rock, .\rk. 

Strider, Alma Lee P.ox .388, Charles Town, W. \a. 

Stuart, Marjorie 308 X. Wayne Ave., Wa\ne, Pa. 

Swartzel, Lucy Margaret V. S. D. 1'.., Staunton, \'a. 

Taylor, Margaret 2712 Chesterheld P.lvd., Xorfolk, \'a. 

Terrell, Annie Ellen 223 W. Agarita Ave., .San Antonio, Texas 

Terrie, Xelda Ann 204 Franklin St., Petersburg, Va. 

Thomas, Elizabeth Montgomer}- Hall, .Staunton, Va. 

Thompson, Evelyn R. F. D. 1, Greenville, \'a. 

Thorngreen, Emily ■ Farmingdale, X. J. 

Thorpe, Mary Bryan 115 Franklin St., Rock\- Mount, X. C. 

Tomes, Corinne 206 X. Madison St., Staunton, \'a. 



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Trostle, Margaret Elizabeth P.ox 37, Hancock, Md, 

Valz, Mary Ann 128 X. Madison St., Staunton, Va. 

Vance, Roberta 41 1 N. New St., Staunton, Va. 

Vincent, Elizabeth 1811 Dixon Rd., Mt. Washington, Baltimore, Md. 

Waddell, Sarah Louise 117.'^. Main .St., Philippi. W. \'a. 

Wade, Helen 2667 Andrews A\e., New York City. .\. Y. 

Wade, Kather\'ne Greenville, Va. 

Waide, Frances 717 Selma Blvd., Staunton, Va. 

Wallace, Nancy 1.^12 :\larket St.. Wilmington, N. C. 

Wallner, Dorothy Pulaski, Va. 

Warden. Katherine 102 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. 

Waters, Henrietta Lane 3,^36 Zumstein Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Watrous, Barbara 423 Maple Ave., Winnetka, 111. 

Wead, Harriet 119 Christiana St., N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Weaver, A'irginia 018 Nelson St., Staunton, Va. 

Weller, Mrginia Steeles Tavern, Va. 

Welton, Man,- Louise QOl 7tli St.. Fairmont, W. Va. 

White, Lucilla Churchville, Va. 

White, Virginia Churchville, \'a. 

Whitmore, Mary 2213 E. .^th .St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Whitmore, Sarah Dudlex- 1416 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Williams, Geralyn 110 P2disto Ave., Columbia, .S. C. 

Williams, Phyllis .^10 E. Ewing St., South Bend, Ind. 

Wilson, Frances Box 687. Staunton, Va. 

Wilson, Mary Frost 320 .\lleglian\- ."-^t., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Wilson, Reba Churchville, Va. 

W'inslow, Elise 96 Cayuga Road. Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

Wright, Maxwell 2323 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Wyant, Herbert Ward 294 Campbell St.. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Yellot, Eleanor Benson. Ariz. 

Yoder, Mary Ann Wernersville. Pa. 

Young. Winifred Route 4, .Staunton, Va. 

'S'dunt. Frances 232 W. Frederick .St., .Staunton. \'a. 



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co-operation with us in making 
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The 1935 Bluestocking Staff 



COLLEGE DAYS 



What do 


they 


mean 


to you? 


What wii 


n they 


mean 


to yon? 


'NS 






CLUBS 


SPORTS 






FRIENDS 



IDEALS 



The Mary Baldwin Bluestocking reflects such college days 

As is the reflection — so is the original 

Mary Baldwin College is particularly happy to be represented 
by her year book. The Bluestocking 



MARY BALDWIN COLLEGE 

The College with a Background of Culture and SchoUirship 

Educationally Efficient. Socially Selective. 

Spiritually Sincere 

Staunton :: :: :: :: :: Virginia 



ART IN CLOTHES 



fust as the famous Artists create successful pictures — so the taiiKnis de^ 
sijiners continue to create successful styles — each day lirinjjs new ideas into 
the world of fashions — and each day brinsrs these new fashions to the 

PALAIS ROYAL 

We do not guess — we do not mistake a fad for a fashion — we how low to 
the great god — GOOD TASTE — ami our clothes are selected with an ac- 
cin'ate knowledge of for whom, foi- when, and iav where. 

PALAIS ROYAL clothes are the unusual kind — Beautiful — Smart — Indi- 
\idual in style, — Always reflecting good taste — NEVER overdone. 

The ART of being ''W ell Dressed" is 

altvays assured ivheii ivearing 

Pakiis Royfd Clothes 



WE CATER TO THE 

WHIMS OF THE 

COLLEGE 

GIRL 



A Brilliant Succession of ('ostunx's for Every Occasion 




9 E. Beverley St. 



Staunton. \ a. 



PLAY SAFE AND BE 
SATISFIED 

riir .i;aniH'iils \(iii \aliu' are wmtli insuraiuT a.i;ainsl iiiciiiTrct methods 

(if cleaning. 'I'lie Xalidiial .Associatidii nf 1 )yers and Ck'aners, to- 

,L;elluT with llie I'edeial Trade ("Dniiiiissinn, lias sel certain 

standards iil' (|ualily and handling; that iimterl 

_\()U — the cuslonier. 

The methods have l)een wliole-heartedlx endorsed hy \\()( )I )\\ ARI )'S. 

and ever\" rule is a standard practice in ( )L K ])Iant. W e helieve 

they rel^iect a desire to meet the responsiliility you I'',XPFX"T 

of vonr cleaner. \'onr pidMenis are nL'K |irolilenis. 



Insist That ) our Garments Are Hnudled The 
W O O D W A R D WAY 



WOODWARD'S 

Ma^er Cleaners and Dyers 

CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS, Inc. 

10 S. MARKET STREET STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 

Phone 929 
We Call Ft>r (iiul Deliver 



Hotel Stonewall Jackson 



Staunton, Virginia 




VIRGINIA'S MOST DISTINCTIVE 



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SPLENDID 18 HOLE GOLF COURSE 



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Write for "7 Glorious Dav? in Shenandoah Valley' 



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Management A. T. Moore 



COM PI. I M ENTS 



Staunton Creamer 



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INCORPORATED 

•EUREKA BRAND " 
ICE CREAM AND BUTTER 

STAUNTON :: :: :: VIRGINIA 



Mason Coal Company 

INCORPORATED 

SALES OFFICE 

A. ERSKINE MILLER, Prksident 
HUGH B. SPROUL, JR.. Tkkasiker 

Professidiial lUiilclin^; 
Staunton : : X'irtcinia 

Mines in Raleigh County, West Virginia 

DOMESTIC RUN OF MIME COAL 
QUALITY— NAVY A-1 



We Extend to You a Cordial Invitation to 
Make This Store Your Downtown 
Headquarters ! 

Staunton's Newest and Smartest JT omen's Store — 

where you'll receive friendly, courteous attention. Cater- 
ing especially to our Mary Baldwin friends, with colors, 
sizes, and styles for College Girls at most reasonalile 
prices ! 

ff you're a Mary Baldwin girl you may enjoy the 
privilege and convenience of a charge account here. 

Make .Ippo'mlmcnts lo Meet Your J-rieiuls at 

Helen G. Eastham Shop, Inc. 

rhnne 717 

29 East I'>everle_\- Street 

Staunton :: :: :: \'irginia 



M. B. C. DRUG STORE 

W hitman's 

Russell MrPhaiVs 

Martha W ashin^toti 

CANDIES 

Eastman Kodak Films Expert Soda Service 

THOMAS HOGSHEAD, Inc. 

The Corner Drua Store A Good Place to Trade 




1)R I N k 




IN BOTTLES 



// Had To Be Good To Gel It here It Is! 



Staunton Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. 



Phone 804 




aanfon ^ 



MILITARY ACADEMY 



One of Americds most distinguished mili- 
tary academies (or youths (10-20), located 
in the iamous Shenandoah Valley near the 

ue Ridge Mountains. Foi 
years Staunton graduates hd' 
standing scholastic records at college 
Point, and Annapol 
Faculty carefully chosen from leading unive 



Courses (for cadets not desiring to enter 
college ) Modern Studios, Laboratories, 
Forge and Machine Shops. All Athletics, 
than 75 ROTC, Band Indoor Pool. Incomparable 
ned out- health record. Junior School in separate 
building with special faculty and house 
mother. For Catalog and Information. 
76th Year, address ROBERT TREMAINE 



s thorough preparation for College HALL, Superintendent, Box VC, Kable 
d Examinations. Excellent Vocational Post Office, Staunton, Virginia. 



ENROLL NOW FOR FEBRUARY AND SEPTEMBER TER.MS 



M. B. C. 

HEADQUARTERS 
WE WELCOME YOU 



EVERYTHING Sold in 

First Class 
Drug Store 



KENNEDY DRUG CO., Ltd. 

Prescription Druggists 



JOHN FALLON 

Florist 



CORSAGES 



IVe Move Anxthing, . tii\'7i.'liere 

GUSS DUEL'S 
TRANSFER 

CO. 

32 West Johnson Street 
Staunton : : Virginia 

Local and Long Distance Hauling 

GOOD 
COAL 

AT 

RIGHT 

PRICES 

Telephone 377 — Office 



CUT 

FLOWER 

WORK 

OF 

EVERY 
DESCRIPTION 

Phone 763-J 

Staunton. X'irsrinia 



A. T. HIGGINBOTHAM 



WHOLESALE 

PRODUCE 

FRUITS 

CANDIES 
GROCERIES 



S T A U N T O N 
V I R <; 1 X I A 



HuGER Davidson Sales Co. 

I N (■ U k V O K A I I-. 1) 
O O 

iriio/c.uilr jyislrihii/ors 
of 

I'l.i'.i; /.i.\(, guAl.lT^■ 

1--(K.)1J I'RO DUCTS 



S T A U N T O N 
\' I K C. I N 1 A 



II0(;K and McCHKSNEY 

l/cnri n. JIni/r 

C, E \ !•: R A I. 

I N S L' R A X C |-. 

104 ICasl I'n-vcrley Slrtet 

I'hdiK' 272 
StauiUoii : \irginia 

I- IKK 

THEFT 

TORNADO 

CASUALTY 

AUTOMOIillJ-: 

SURETY BOM) 



J'liy )'(>iir /'ihiis rroiii Us 

and h'clnni fliciii jor 

Dci'clopilitj 

WE 

APPRECIATE 

THE PATRONAGE 

OF THE FACULT^■ AND 

STUDENTS OF MAKY HALDW IX 

COl.LECK AND INVITE YOU TO MAKK 

OUR 

STORE 

Y O I' K 

HEADQUARTERS 

WALTER'S DRUG STORE 

/. .1/. li'alU-r. I'l-dprifttn- 



H. L. LANG & COMPANY 



./ fi ir li L li RS 



specialty 

OF 

S C H O () I. 
J E W E L K y 

.MASON \C TEM I'I.E 
STAUNTON 



LOVETT BROTHERS 

X-RAY 
SHOE FITTERS 

Winchester and Stauxtox 



Phoxe 425 

Vanity Fair Beauty Shop 

Personality Hair Cutting 

Fehmankxt \\'avix(, luiJ (."omplkte 
Heautv Service 

Our I'riccs arc Moderate 

Sccoiitl Floor Crowle Building 
StaiiiUoii : : : : \'irginia 



HAMRICK and COMPANY 

/•7»;-i.s/a- 

Flowers For All Occasions 

Phone 7(11 

IH W. l-'reck-rick Sl Slainiu.n, \a. 

//■,- 'IcU't/rafli Fliiierrs .ir.ntiid 
Ihc World 



Montgomery Ward & Co. 

EXERYTHIXG 

FOR THE 

FAMILY, HOMF:, axi. FARM 



I'.EAUTIFY YOUR HOME 

1 1 takes link- lo make a perfectly 
livable room. A touch of color in 
the right place. . .cretonnes of Fright 
pattern beautify a window, colorful 
slip covers for an old chair make 
just that difference. 

Let L's Slwze You 

MAC V. WHEAT CO. 

12 F. Frederick .Si. Phone 1497 



STAUNTON SHOE SHOP 

THE OXEV 

SHOE REPAIR SHOP 



MARY BALDWIN GIRLS 
Pim.H' Levu:, I'rofrielor 



BLACKBURN NEWS CO. 

Corner Main and Xew Streets 

Turldsh and Dnnicsfic Cigarettes 
Newspapers 

Magaciiies 

Perindieals 



"Flowers For Ei'ery Oeeasion" 

WAIDE FLOWER SHOI> 

Phone 1333 

114 Hast Beverley Street 

Staunttm : : : : X'irginia 



NEW 1935 



PHILCO 

BABY GRAND 




AUGUSTA FURNITURE CO. 

114 VV. Beverley St. 



NEW YORK 
DRESS SHOP 

o — o 

"Dress Smartly dii Little" 

o — o 

ladies' 

exclusive 

wearing appakel 

o — o 

Phone 799 

7 S. New Street 

Staunton : : \ir,s;inia 



J. S. CALLISON AND SON 


COMPLIMENTS 




of 


REAL ESTATE 


Geo. B. T u l l I d g e 


AND 


Staunton Insuranrc .h/oicy 


INSURANCE 






INSURANCE 


Seven Echols I'.uildini; 


FOR 


Staunton ; : Virojinia 


EVERY 




PURPOSE 



I X s 5 

I'li'TII-.Tll \\\1\ l-.KS \KV 

I 9 ,< 5 

(.'lutri/rs Rcasoiwhli- 

W. J. Pkkry (Corporation 

M V'-OXK T FM rl !■ 

SIArNKIN 

VA. 



SPALDING 

BAKING 

C O. 



RAKERS 

OF 



-BREAD 
CAKES 
PASTRIES 
PIES 

NORTH CENTRAI, AVF.Nl'F. 
STAUNTON : : VIRC.I N 1 A . 



I I P I () P 

Meat Markkt 




(j— U—A— L- U T -Y 

KkKSH ANMiCUKKI) 

M-E-A-T-S 



■TasU- llir Piffcrciicc' 



BEVERLY 

BOOK 

CO. 

Oualit \' M crcliaiidisc 



P. () o K s 



Stationery 

Novelties 

OFFICE 
S U P P L I E S 

MASONIC Bl'ILDINC 

STAUNTON 

VA. 



AUGUSTA FRUIT and 
PRODUCE COMPANY 

1 X C O R r O R A T E D 



FRESH FRUITS 

AND 

\'EGETABLES 



FULL LINE OF 

CANDIES 
Phone 371 



OppcisiicC. &0. IX-i..n 
StHunttm :; :: X'irgiiiia 




WORTHINGTOM 

HARDWARE 

COMPANY 

IXCORFORATED 



A FULL 

LINE 

OF 

CUTLERY 

FLASHLIGHTS 

HARD W ARE 



S T A U N T () X 
V I R ( ; 1 X 1 A 



Saddle Horses for S(de and Hire 



Our Stables Furnish Horses 

For and Give FREE Riding 

Instructions to Students of 

Mar\' llaldwin Coiles?e 



TAYLORS SALES STABLES 

Stauntim :: :: \'ir'nnia 



Randors Taxi and 
Transfer Service 

Special Prices on School and Long Trips, Picnic Parties, etc. 

C. & 0. and B. & O. Transfer Service. 

Cars Meet All Trains. 

FURNISHED ROOMS— .4// Modern Conn'nienres 

21 North New Street :: :: Stauntuii. Nirsiiiiia 



'Simply Service" 



THERE IS A REASON 






FOR THE 


WHITENESS 

PHONK 

4 9 5 


OF OUR 

LAUNDRY WORK 


STAUNTON 


STEAM 


LAUNDRY 


STAUNTON : : 




:: VIRGINIA 



The Miller Lumber Co. 

INCORPOKATEn 

LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL of ALL KINDS 

WE ARE SPECIALISTS in FINE 

MILLWORK 



7 6 8 

44 Middlebrook Avenue 
Staunton : X'irginia 



Timbcrlake Dry Goods Co. 



2 1 1 
ST AU N TOI\'S GREATEST STORE 

T. C. Barbkk, Ozi'iicr 



Millinery 


Ready-to-Wear 




Jack Tar To^.s for Children 


Hosiery 


Gloves Novelties 




Silk Underwear 




Dry Goods 




Silk 



LEADER 
BUILDING 




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STAUNTON 
VIRGINIA 



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Completely Equipped to Render the Highest Quality 

Craftsmanship and an Expedited Service on 

Both Personal Portraiture and 

Photography for College 

ANNUALS 



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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER TO THE 
1935 BLUESTOCKING 




N successfully fulfilling the requirements of tlie 
modern College Annual Staff we have combined 
a comprehensive and systematic servicing program 
with that high standard of quality so essential in 
the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg 
..ograved annuals are built by an organization 
specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- 
by assuring each staff of the personal and in- 
telligent assistance so necessary In the planning 
and designing of a truly satisfactory book. 

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