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1915-16 



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Br. Soijtt Biell l@lanton 

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tbis 1916 "jUilestoncEi" 



0. Shakespeare, didst thou die that day 

When from out its crysalis 

Thy great soul took its flight? 
Didst thou perish iji the common van of men, 

Who pass to utter nothingness, 

A re forgotten and decay? 
Is thy name, to-day, but just a name, 

Mere history hi the minds of men, 

Mere prattle on their lips? 
Nay! thou hast just reached thy life, 

Thy soul, its natural dwelling place, 

Its best, most radiant light. 
Thou didst not die the way of sordid men. 

But bursting with eternal song, 

Which flooded all this world. 
0, thou art to men a very god! 

A living hero, at whose name 

They bare their heads and stand. 

—H. E. 



^bmini£(tration anb Jatultp 



J. D. Blanton, LL.D., 

President 



W. E. Martin, Ph.D., 
Vice-President 



Richard G. Cox, A.M., 

Dean 



Jennie Taylor Masson 
Registrar 



M. E. Nellums 
Bursar 



Estella G. Hefley Presiding Teacher 

Mrs. J. D. Blanton Principal Home Department 

Frances Buchanan . . Assistant Principal Home Department 

Mrs. Solon E. Rose . Assistant Principal Home Department 

Anna Louise Minich .... Biblical History and Literature 
Graduate of the Hartford School of Religious Pedagogy 

Olive Carter Ross English, Art, History 

A.B. University of Nashville; Special Student Vanderbilt University; 
A.M. Columbia University 



Sarah Clarke Turner English 

A.B. Goucher College; Graduate Student Columbia University 



Margaret R. Hollinshead English, History 

B.S. \'anderbilt University 



Sarah V. Clement English, German 

.A.B. Union University; M..A. Vanderbilt University 



Rebecca Baxter Gilkerson History, Sociology 

Ph.B. and A.M. University of Chicago; Graduate Student Chicago Uni- 
versity and Harvard University 



Lelia D. Mills English, History 

* Graduate South Kentucky College; Graduate Student Radcliffe College; 
Student of History and Literature in Europe 



Estella G. Hefley Psychology and Child Study 

A.B. Randolph-Macon Woman's College; Special Student Columbia Uni- 



Bertha Cornelia Norris English, Latin, Greek 

A.B. and A.M. Bryii Mawr College; Special Student Yale University 

Theodora Cooley Scruggs English, History 

A.B. Wellesley College; Special Student Chicago University; Student of 
Literature and History in Europe 



Martha Annette Cason Latin 

.\.B. University of Chicago; Graduate Student Columbia University 



Richard Garfield Cox Mathematics 

-\.B. Hiram College; A.M. Columbia University 



^bminisitration 



Mary Laura Sheppe MaDtematics 

Graduate Peabody College; Special Student University of Chicago and 
Harvard University 

W. H. HOLLINSHEAD Chemistry 

Ph.G. and D.Sc. \'anderbilt University 

Francis WoODALL HoGAN Assistant in Chemislry 

B.S. and M.S. Vanderbilt University 

Nannie M. Lewis Physics, Biology 

B.S. Vanderbilt University; Special Student University of Chicago 

Elisa Cuendet French 

Diploma from College Vinet, Lausanne 

Germaine Frederikka Sansot French 

College de Bagnares de Bigorre, Universite de Lille, Universite de la 
Sorbonne 

Marguerite Saurin French 

Lycee de Marseille, Institut Marin 

Laure Marie Schoeni German, French 

Ecole Secondaire. St. Imier. Switzerland: Special Student University of 
Missouri and University of Chicago 

Claudia Caranza Spanish 

Colegio Superior de Senoritas 



anb Jfacultp 

Lillian Watkins Intermediate School 

Graduate Peabody College; A.B. University of Nashville; Graduate 
Student Columbia University 

Vivian Watkins Intermediate School 

Graduate Peabody College; A.B. University of Nashville; Graduate 
Student Columbia University 

Anne Cavert Elementary School 

Student of Primary Methods, University of Colorado and George Peabody 
College for Teachers 

Pauline Sherwood Townsend . . Director School of Expression 
Graduate New England Conservatory and Postgraduate Boston School 
of Expression; Special Courses in New York, Chicago, and Boston 

Mary Fletcher Cox Expression 

Graduate Boston School of Expression. Teachers' Diploma; Graduate Stu- 
dent Boston School of Expression 

Miriam Applebee Expression 

Graduate Belmont College School of Expression and Boston School of 
Expression 

Emma I. Sisson .... Director School of Physical Education 
Graduate Sargent School for Physical Education and of Gilbert Normal 
School for Dancing 

Catherine E. Morrison .... 

.... Physical Training, Athletics, Swimming 
Diploma from Posse Gymnasium, Boston; Special Student Chaliff 
School, New York 



^bminisitration anb Jf atultj> 



Mary Harrison Herbrick .... 

Director School of Domestic Science and Home Economy 
Student at Boston Cooking School; at American School of Home Eco- 
nomics, Chicago; at Teachers' College, Columbia University 

Edna C. Atwood .... 

.... Domestic Art and Assistant in Domestic Science 
Graduate Carnegie Institute of Technology; Special Student at Teachers' 
College, Columbia University 

Lamira Goodwin Director School of Art 

New York Art School and Columbia University; Pupil of Morriset, Paul 
Bartlett, and Richard Miller at the Colorossi, of Lucien Simon and 
Casteluchio at the Grande Chaumiere, and of Madame La Forge, Paris 

Louise Gordon Assistant in Art School 

Special Student at Peabody College 

Sarah M'Reynolds Gaut Metalry 

Certificate in Industrial Arts Department of Columbia University; Special 
Work in Jewelry under the Director of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

Emil Winkler . . Director School of Music; Piano, Harmony 
Graduate Royal Conservatory of Leipzig; Pupil of Zwintzcher, Rein- 
ecke, Schreck, Jadassohn, Hoffman, and Papperitz; Graduate Student 
Berlin, 1907-09 

Ida Stark Koelker ' Piano 

One year in Leipzig Conservatory; two years under Leopold Godowsky 
in Berlin; two years under Theodore Leschetizky in Vienna 

Alice Kavanaugh Leftwich Piajio 

Graduate Beethoven Conservatory, St. Louis; Pupil of Arthur Foote, 
B. J. Lang, M. Moszkowski, and Wager Swayne 



Eva Massey Piano 

Graduate and Postgraduate Student of New England Conservatory; two 
years in Berlin with Raif and Barth; three years in Paris under Isadore 
PhUlip 

Buda Love Maxwell Piano 

Graduate New England Conservatory of Music under Madame Hopeklrk 
and George Proctor; Pupil of Harold Bauer and Wager Swayne, Paris 

Estelle Roy Schmitz Piano 

Pupil S. B. Mills and Joeeffy, New York; Von Mickwitz. Chicago; Otto 
Nietzel and Steinhauer. Germany 

Amelie Throne Piano 

Pupil of Mary Weber Farrar, Nashville; Maurice Aronson, Vienna; 
Josef Lheviiine, Berlin 

Mary Falconer Winkler Piano 

Graduate and Postgraduate under Emil Winkler; Pupil of Aronson and 
Godowsky, Berlin 

Frederick Arthur Henkel Pipe Organ and Piano 

Graduate Metropolitan College of Music; Student Cincinnati College of 
Music; Pupil of Steinbrecher, Andre, and Sterling 

Charles Campbell Washburn . . . Dean Voice Department 

Graduate and Teacher, Cincinnati College of Music; Graduate Vander- 
bilt University; Special Student of Voice in Chicago 

Florence N. Bover Voice 

Student of Music in Oberlin College; Pupil of Signor Vananni, Italy; 
Mesdames deSales and Bossetti, Munich; Oscar Seagle and deResezke. 
Paris 



!llbmini£(tration anb Jf acultj> 



Marguerite Palmiter Forrest Voice 

Pupil of Francis Fisher Powers, New York; William Heinrich. Boston and 
Dresden, Germany; Maestro Giorgio SuUi, Florence 



Elise Graziana Voice 

Pupil of Stockhausen and Fraulien Lina Beck 
Gesangschule. Germany: Pupil of Signer Grazia 
his Berlin Studio 



Julius Stockhausen'3 
whom she assisted in 



Fritz Schmitz Violin 

Graduate Cologne Royal Conservatory; Pupil of Robert Zerbc. Eniile 
Sauret, Gustave Hollander, Jensen, and Arnold Mendelssohn 

James Brown Martin .... 

. . . Tlieory, Harmony, Ear Training, History, Etc. ' 
Graduate of Bucknell University School of Music; Student under Edwin 
Brill and Henry Lang, Philadelphia, also in Royal Conservatory. Leip^iig; 
Pupil of Jadassohn. Shreck, Raillard, Hilf, Jockish, Sitt, and Krctzschniar 

Mary Venable Blythe Practice Superintendenl 

Diploma Montgomery Institute, now St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio; 
Harmony Lessons with Harry Redman, New England Conservatory 

Jennie Taylor Masson Stenography 

Jean Ramage Librarian 

Alma Paine .... Student Banker and Manager Book Room 



Mrs. H. W. Adams 
Edith Boulware 
Allie V. Campbell 
Mrs. Charlie D, McComb 
Mrs. Solon E. Rose 
Mrs. Tennie B. Sharpe 



Mrs. Anna S. Brown \ 

Sarah Davis \ Shoppers and Chaperons 

Annie Litton J 

Mrs. Van Dawson Lester Trained Nurse 

Carrie D. Moseley Southwestern Representative 

Mrs. Mae R. Stewart Northern Representative 

Mrs. Park A. House Southern Representative 

CHAPLAINS 

Rev. L. E. Mc.N.\ir, D.D. ... 

.... Pastor Moore Memorial Presbyterian Church 

Rev. Carey E. Morgan, D.D. . . . 

Pastor Vine Street Christian Church 

Rev. George A. Morgan, D.D. ... 

.... Pastor West End Methodist Church 

Rev. H. J. MiKELL, D.D Rector Christ Church 

Rev. T. A. Wigginton, D.D. . . . 

Pastor Broadway Presbyterian Church 

Rev. Rufus W. Weaver, D.D. . . . 

Pastor Immanuel Baptist Church 



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Calcnbat 




September 23 — Such ignorance as was displayed. 

October 31 — Street cars held up by Vandy boys. 

November 9 — Dot Goepper falls for the river in negligee. 

November 19— Thrill of thrills at Mammoth Cave, and a 
man! Sh! sh! Food? and those sheets! 

November 30 — Such a marvel of sentimental expression — 
who could display — but Cecil Fanning. 

December 7— We met her. Mme. Schumann-Heink ac- 
tually shook our collective hand. 

December 9 — We wish Y. W. C. A. Bazaars would inter- 
fere with gym. more often. 

December 10— A friend saw Noojin from the balcony and 
did she behave at that Vanderbilt play? 

December 1 1 — We did not know what a ballet the Cotillion 
could produce until they scampered forth at the Christ- 

December 17 — We were scattered over a bit of territory. 

n'est-ce pas? 

-Rapture, embraces, unpacking and school! 

LJARY 15 — Those Senior Middles bloom forth and with 

an appetite for that dinner, too. 

UARY 17 — Though Frederick Morley did have a pompa- 
dour, he could play that piano. 

JARY 21 — We can't all be Geraldine Farrars, so don't 

try too loudly outside. 

JARY 24 — We learned that Cidette had tears — "The 

Birth of a Nation" caused their flow. 

JARY 28 — Did the guests get personal invitations to 

depart after the Senior reception? Ask Mrs. Rose. 
February .3 — Mrs. Blanton sends the little Seniors home at 

9:1.3 from the Senior Middle dance. 
February 11-12 — Opera and Pavlowa! An overwhelming 

combination! Cotillion Club again. 
February 14 — Those Fuller Valentines. Quack! Quack! 

Cackle! Cackle! 
February 17 — Did we see some unusual sights on the stage 

after the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra? 



■ 22— What happened to the holiday? 
Blanton. 

' 23— Tea at the V. W. C. A. Building- 



Not excited ! You didn't 

see them I 
\RCH 4 — Classy costumes at the ball. Well, I guess. 
\rch 6 — And the seventh number of the entertainment 

course. We will let Mme. Bloom fie Id-Zeisler come 

wicn 8 — "The Round Table" was entertained by the 

Square Miss Hefley. 
\rch 9 — Beads and pins from Masker 47; pralines and 

vetivert overshadow the girls arriving from New 

Orleans. 
iRCH 11 — Mrs. Blanton's office served a new purpose 

when the Sigma Chis arrived. Didn't it, Mabel? 
iRCH 25— The ducks appear in the swimming pool. 
iRCH 28 — Annie James surprises Annette and 

in the parlor. 
lRCH 31 — Ada and Clarence Bruce discover a "cute little 

boy" in Mr. Schmitz's orchestra. 
RiL i — Japs promenade on South Front beneath wis- 
taria and lanterns. 
Uh 4-7— We arc enlightened bv Mr. Henrv Turner 

Bailey. 
^IL 14— The classes have some spirit if it is rather late 

to show it. 
iiL 25 — "The Bohemian Girl" appears and is greeted 

with enthusiasm. 
.Y 1 — -Grandiferous celebration. 

Y 28— The Seniors begin to commence. 

Y 31 — Trunks and tears, suitcases and good-byes to 
W.-B. 



^ Bream of Waxh-^tlmont 



My work drops down with a listless air 

As I sit and muse on thee, 
My heart goes back with a yearning throb 

For the days in W-B. 



For the Alma Mater to me so dear, 

For the friends who there you gave to me, 

My heart goes back with a yearning throb 
For the days I spent with thee. 



Then the sun was bright and gold. 

The sky was clear and blue. 
My heart goes back with a yearning throb 

For the days that once I knew. 



And now as I dream of thee. 

Dearest school, so far away, 
My heart goes back with a yearning throb 

To thy stone walls grand and gray. 

— Damaris Smith. 




RECREATION HALL 




RRCRF.ATION HAI.I, 




AUDITORIUM 



"O what do ^'OL^ think the angels say?" 

Said the children up in heaven. 
"There's a little girl coming home to-day; 
She's almost ready to fly away 

From the earth we used to live in. 
Let's go up and open the gates of pearl — 
Open them wide for the new little girl," 
Said the children up in heaven. 



"God wanted her here, where his little ones meet 

Said the children up in heaven. 
"She shall play with us in the golden street; 
She has grown too fair, she has grown too sweet 

For the earth w'e used to live in. 
She needed the sunshine, this dear little girl, 
That gilds this side of the gates of pearl," 
Said the children up in heaven. 



"So the King called down from the angels' dome," 

Said the children up in heaven. 
"My little darling, arise and come 
To the place prepared in the Father's home — 

The home the children live in. 
Let's go and watch the gates of pearl, 
Ready to welcome the new little girl," 
Said the children up in heaven. 



"Far down on the earth do you hear them weep! 

Said the children up in heaven. 
"For the dear little girl has gone to sleep; 
The shadows fall and the night clouds sweep 

O'er the earth we used to live in; 
But we'll go and open the gates of pearl — 
why do they weep for their dear little girl.'" 
Said the children up in heaven. 



"Fly with her quickly, angels dear!" 

Said the children up in heaven. 
"See! She is coming! Look there, look there. 
At the jasper lights on her sunny hair 
Where the veiling clouds are riven!" 
Ah, hush, hush, hush! All the swift wings furl! 
For the King himself at the gates of pearl 
Is taking her hand — dear, tired little girl — 
And is leading her into heaven. 



€bitorial 




ANOTHER MILESTONE in Ward-Belmont history has 
been reached. We hope that you will greet its appearance 
with gladness and care-free hearts. It has been our pur- 
pose to create smiles. To that end we have put forth our 
best efforts with the prayer ever upon our lips, "O, thou, help our 
weak wits and sharpen our dull tongues." So do be considerate in 
your judgment, for we assure you that everything is meant in the 
most kindly spirit. All's said and done — we now present to you the 
1916 "Milestones." 





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raiiSTONES STAFF 



Elizabeth Pruett Editor-in-Chief Sarah Magill Athletic Editor 

Jane Douglas Crawford Associate Editor Lors McManus Expression Editor 

Martha Killebrew Business Manager Seawillow Long Art Editor 

K.\THERINE Buol Assistant Business Manager Mary Book Blackman Music Editor 

Judith Jordan and Eunice Spicer Literary Editors Charlotte Miller Home Economics Editor 



Senior Clasig 



The Senior Class of this, One Six 
Into a feast so dainty mix, 
Take all the things good and swc 
And warm over energetic heat. 



I'ut them in a pot and boil 
And you can't their goodness foil. 
Put them in a pan and bake 
And vou can't their efforts shake. 



And, after you have seasoned in every way. 
Take the mixture good and gay. 
Spread it on a table pure, 
And every test it will endure. 

—B. S. 



X 




Senior Clasps; 



+ + + 

Colors: Gold and White. ■ Flower: Daisy. 

Mollo: "Life is wliat we make it." 

OFFICERS 

Audrey Adickes President 

M.\RY Agnes Clover Vice-President 

F.\Y \V.\LL Secretary 

M.\KTH,\ KiLLEBREW Treasurer 

Dorothy IVIorrow Sergeant-at-Arms 

Mrs. H. W. Ad.vms Sponsor 



CLASS ROLL 



Adickes, Audrey 
AlKINS, M.\deline 
Alford, S.a.r.\ 

B..\RKER, Am.\ 

Be.asley, Chit.\ 
Be.\sley, Susie M.\e 
Becker, Mildred 
Bl.vke, Aub.yn 
Boston, Susie 
Brower, Eva Lee 
Clover, M.\ry Agnes 
cockrill, m..\ry h.vrris 
Craig, Louise 
Crowley, Archie 
Douglas, Alberta 

ECKHARDT, ElSA 



Ely, Miriam 
FuRBEE, Margaret 
Grainger, Kate 
Gregory, Joyce 
Harvey, Svlla 
Hetherington, Sarah 
Hickman, May Spencer 
Jaenke, Irma 
Jordan, Judith 
KiLLEBREW, Martha 
Landers, Berenice 
Landis, Lucile 
McBride, Frances 
McClure, Eunice 
McManus, Lois 



Miller, Charlotte H. 
Miller, Edith 
Moore, Annette 
Moore, Mabel 
Morrow, Dorothy 
Ml^lliken, Frances 
Overstreet, Ethel 
Palmer, Cora 
Peterson, Lucile 
Price, Mildred 
Pruett, Elizabeth 
Rebman, Mamie 
Reddy, K.\thryn 
Richolt, Pauline 
Rosendale, Sadie 



Schlanger, Ethel 
Simmerman, Winnie D. 
Sims, Sue 
Street, Frances 
Sw.\rtzb.augh, Mildred 

W.ALKER, ThELMA 

Wall, Fay 
W.vLL-iCE, Helen 
Ward, Anna 
Ward, Elizabeth 
Wells, Louise 
Whitesell, Jessie 
Wolfe, Elizabeth 
Wright, Esther 
Young, Lenore 




Audrey Adickes 

To 1 cupful of perseverance add ; 
ion of energy, a dash of popularity, 
vith smiles. 



Madklixe Aikixs 

Use 1 cupful of common sense mixed 
an equal amount of democracy, add l>->' 
spoons of leadership and good cheer, 



Take equal portions of loquacity, generosity 
and hospitality. Pour into a pretty mold and 
serve with sagacity. 




Am A Barker 

Mix thoroughly 2 cups of poet 
self-confidence. Add a good mea 
talit>' and flavor with a pinch of s 



Chita Beasley 

"Take from Life all worry and ( 



SrsiE May Bk 



To a good amount ■ 
add 1 teaspoonful of 
pinch of tardiness. 



musical temperament 
'chnical ability and a 





A very ciaint^ rr nit \m11 b. nht iim d if the 
following direction-- are carefullv noted pour 
a sauce of studious qualities o\ er a compound 
of gentle smiles and discontent. 



AuBAN Blake 

To a limitless supply of conversation add 1 
teaspoonful of social attainment. Garnish 
generously with originality, ability, and "pep." 



Susie Boston 

Stir thoroughly large portions of independ- 
ence and seriousness of purpose. Bake in a 
quick oven and replenish with frivolity. 




Eva Lee Brower 

To a love of nature and outdoor sports. 
blend a calm disposition and flavor with intelli- 
gence and sincerity. 



Mary Clover 

To the poise of Athena, add the sagacity of 
'.7.0, stir in a pound of sweet smiles and serve 
th Angel Food cake. 



Mary Harris Cockrill 

Mix an exuberance of youth and a portion 
of frivolity. Let stand and serve while effer- 
vescing. 




Louise Craig 

If a goodly amount of personal ; 
and intellect are stirred together, flavored > 
aaiety, a most pleasing dish will be the re; 



Archie Crowley 

Kqtial portions of friendliness, a 
tion. brilliancy-, and mirth will m; 
petite, but yet so sweet. 



Alberta Douglas 

. compound consisting of tranquility, per- 
ance, eagerness, usually served with a 

^ of punctualit\'. 




Elsa Eckhardt 

Take 3 cups of superfluous enertiy. add ; 
pinch of clieeriness and serve with a sauce c 



Miriam Ely Margaret Furbee 

Boil good nature, sweetness, demureness to Smiles and winsome manners baked in a 

a thick consistency and serve garnished with crust of ability produce a most wholesome 

popularity. dish. 





Kate Grainger 

To 1 peck of whole-lieartednesa add a goodh' 
portion of common sense and flavor with the 
oil of geniality. 



Sylla Harvey 



May Spencer Hickman 




Erma Jaenke 



Judith Jordan 



A wholesome disli composed of goodies such 
as brilliancy, dignity, and ability. Ask Emily 
for the rest. 



Martha Killebrew 

To Helen add 1 cupful of sisterly advice, 
seasoned with inspiration and mischief. Serve 
with business ability and genuine popularity. 



I.ANDERS 



Francis AUIJkidi. 

Beat well simplicity, gentility, earnestness. 
Serve with a sauce of shyness with the exception 
of most marked religious inclination towards 



Eunice McClure 

To good nature and pluck add maidenly 




Lois McManus 

Flavor genuineness of sentiment with effu- 
siveness of manner. Serve on a platter of ease 
"with little lettuce hearts and parsley leaves." 
and "gym" will be delighted. 



Charlotte Miller 

To an intimate bnowledee of dome 
add a desire for more. Cut and fold ii 
lility of talents sprinkled with "Merry. 



Edith Miller 

Take equal portions of a well-knit figure 
and steady dome. Flavor with a teaspoonful 
of frank congeniality. This mixture needs 
frequent stirring. 





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Annette Moore 

Knead well a compound of good nature, 
friendliness, and flirtation . Bake in a pan 
with a thick filling of cleverness and season with 
giggles. This is a pie fit for a king, especially 
of the "Louis" regime. 



Mabelle Moore 

Boil together 1 cup of flirtation with 2 of 
good looks. Season with a pinch of fickleness 
and cover all with a sauce of courtesy, good fel- 
lowship, and intellect. 



Dorothy Morrow 

Mix in a bowl a cupful of brilliancy, a dasli 
of pertness, a heaping tablespoon of popularitj'. 
Beat until light and airi'. Serve often. 




Frances Mullikex 

Cut and fold equal parts of dem 
pleading sweetness, and sentimentality 
witli a charminii blush. 



Ethel Overstreet 

To a well stirred mixture of plumpness, add 
a measure of dramatic ability. Flavor with 1 
teaspoonful of self-confidence and serve with a 
rich sauce of laughter. 



Cora Palmer 

ift and mix 1 cup of "practice nc 
neasure of musical technique. 
:i be most pleasinR if served tl 
, parnished well with oranpe bio 




LuciLE Peterson 

Cream thoroughly 1 cup of modesty, ani 
mation, and true southern gentility. This disi 
is most palatable if flavored with contagion 
happiness. 



.Mii.DKi':i.) Pkh.!'. 

Brin^' athletic energy to the boiling point, 
dissolve a large portion of congeniality, stir 
until good scholarship rises and you have an 
unsurpassed dish. 



Klizaheti-i I'kuett 

To all the editors of "Milestones" add a cup 
of magnetism generously flavored with gen- 
tility plus humor. Serve with a rich sauce of 
beauty and faithful application. 




Mamie Rebman 

With a foundation of an unconvincable dis- 
position mix lots of fun and smiles to be served 
at all times, a la "Frank." 



KlVTHRYN ReDDY 
To a liberal amount of mentality and iin- 



Pauline Richolt 



Mix full measure of good fellowship, 

ning air, add modesty and a large portion thoughtfulness. and generosity. Fold in men- 

of shortening. Flavor with snappy brown eyes tality and serve garnished with school spirit, 

and winning smiles. 




W [\\!l "-^IMMl 



; of athletics and 2 of 
Leave standing before 

,e and the result will be 



Flavor equal parts of work and abilit>- with 
oy in service. Bake in an oven of persever- 
mce until crisp and brown with acconiplish- 
nents. 




charming dispositic 
top with a golden c 



Cut and fold a 
retiring congeniality; 
and rosy cheeks. Se 



kEET Mildred Swaktzbalgh 

of mentality and To 1 cup of poetic ability add a large 

th two bright eyes of lengthening, add originality, wit and whole- 

inscientiously. someness. Serve a la Mrs. \'ernon Castle. 




Thelma Walker 

Boil tliorouglilv friendliness, tliouglitful- 
ness, school spirit, and ability. No other 
seasonings e 



Fay Wall 

Prepare wit and gaiety under a coat of quiet 
serve. Serve in shapes of hterary ability and 



Helen Wallace 



•irst mix tliose ingredien 


its necessary for a 


5paper shark, then stir 


in a sweet dispo- 


n and flavor with femini! 


ne charm. 




Anna Ward 

our tablespoons of attachment to 

of independence, and 2 of friendlii 
3r with a pinch of s 



Elizabeth \V. 



and willingness. Sen 



Louise Wells 

To 1 cupful of charm add an equal a 
of studiousness and missionary zeal, 
dish appeals to the most fastidious taste. 



Jessie Whiteski.l 



Boil ability of all kinds to a thick » 
ency. Flavor with the love 
novels^ and garnish with a willing heart. 



Elizabeth \\ oi.ki. 

int of loyalty add poise, grace, and 



Cream with an immaculate dress, 1 ounce 
each of cood looks and coquettishness. This 
dish should be served warm as it often cools 
suddenly. 



Lenore Young 



A compound consisting of cli 
nature, and literary ability. Decoi 
many friends and spice with a giggle 




TAIN OF ALLV/lS 



Certificate Clagg 



OFFICERS 

Jennie White President 

Linda Landis Vice-President 

Cornelia Thomas Secretary 

JUANITA Cooper Treasurer 

Pearl Webb Sergeanl-al-Arms 

Mrs. McComb Sl^onsor 

CLASS ROLL 
First Year College 
Davis, Bertiedean Hoffman, Myrtle Lindsley, Henrietta Perkins, Elizabeth 

Driver, Virginia Hoover, Ida Neil, Elizabeth Saunders, Louise 

Sloan, Elizabeth White, Jennie 

College Preparatory 
BiERscHWALE, |uLiA Keithley, Hortense Twyman, Grace 

Blair, Ione Murphey, Margaret Twyman, Martha 

Piano 
Armstrong, Priscilla Cotton, Mary Y. Donigan, Mary 

Blackman, Mary Book Dennison, Mrs. A. L Meiers, Marguerite 

McKiBBON, Maud 

Organ 
Palmer, Cora 

Art 
t,ONG, Seawillow Phillips, Myrtle 

Expression 

AiKiNS, Madeline ^L\LLORY, Louise Sanders, Robelev Webb, Pearl Effie 

Be.\l, Elizabeth Martin, Helen Josephine Sims, Sue Weber, Annie 

Cameron, Helen M, Ming, Martha Lelia St. Martin, Cidette Weiler, Sylvia 

Cooper, Juanita Mizell, Georgia Steele, Annie Marie Wright, Esther 

Landis.'Linda Moore, Mahrli.k Stevens, Reba Young, Lenore 



Home Economics 
Sherrill, Grace Elgin 

Domestic Science 
MuLLiKEN, Frances Thomas, Cornelia 

Domestic Art 
Fisher, Helen 







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CERTIFICATE^ CLASS 



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Certificate €la^^ 



FIRST YEAR COLLEGE- HEROINES OF FICTION 

Bektiedean Davis Lorna Doone "Lorna Doone." 

Virginia Driver Lvdia Bennett "Pride and Prejudice." 

Myrtle Hoffman Princess Ida "The Princess." 

[da Hoover Mary Bennett "Pride and Prejudice." 

Henrietta Lindsley Julia Mills "David Copperlield." 

Elizabeth Neil. "Lovey Mary." 

Elizabeth Perkins Enid "Geraint and Enid." 

Louise Saunders "Mrs, Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch.' 

Elizabeth Sloan Mrs. Malaprop "The Rivals." 

Jennie White Elizabeth Bennett "Pride and Prejudice." 

COLLEGE PREPARATORY— HEROINES OF REAL LIFE 

Julia Bierschw.a.le Miss Sheppe. 

lONE Blair '. Mi.ss Anna Blanton. 

Hortense Keithley Miss Morrison. 

Margaret Murphy Miss Cason. 

Gr.\ce Twvman Miss Vivian Watkins. 

Martha Twyman Miss Lillian Watkins. 

PIANO— WARD BELMONT PRODUCTIONS 

Prisctlla Armstro.vg Madame Frederica Morlev. 

Mary Book Blackman Madame Margaret Chapman. 

Mary Y. Cotton Madame Jemima Brownina Martina 

Mrs. a. I. Dennison ?. 

Mary Donigan .' Madame Fritzie Schmitzie. 

Maud McKibbon / „, „ „ _. 

Marguerite Meiers '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'.{ ^^^ '^""'='' Sisters. 

ORGAN— WARD-BELMONT PRODUCTIONS 
Cora Palmer Mrs. "?" 



Certificate Clasis; 



ART— WARD-BELMONT PRODUCTIONS 

Sea WILLOW Long Rose O'Neil. 

Myrtyl Phillips Grace Drayton. 

EXPRESSION— SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN 

Madeline Aikins Portia "Merchant of Venice." 

Elizabeth Beal Ariel "The Tempest." 

Helen M. Cameron Rosahnd "As You Like It." 

Juanita Cooper Constance "King John." 

LiND.\ Landis Miranda "The Tempest." 

Louise Mallory Imogene "Cymbeline." 

Helen Josephine Martin Hermia "Midsummer Night's Dream.' 

Martha Leli.a Ming Sylvia "Two Gentlemen of Verona." 

Georgia Mizell Queen Elizabeth "Richard 111." 

Mabelle Moore Cordelia "King Lear." 

Robelev Sanders Desdemona "Othello." 

Sue Sims Lady Macbeth "Macbeth." 

CiDETTE St. Martin Mistress Page "Merry Wives of Windsor." 

Annie Marie Steele Viola "Twelfth Night." 

Reba Stevens Beatrice "Much Ado About Nothing." 

Pearl Effie Webb Katherine "The Taming of the Shrew." 

Anne Weber Princess Anne "Richard HI." 

Sylvia Weiler Julia "Two Gentlemen of Verona." 

Esther Wright Juliette "Romeo and Juliette." 

Lenore Young Helena "All's Well That Ends Well." 

HOME ECONOMICS— REAL WOMEN 
C.R.-VCE Elgin Sherrill Mrs. Rorer. 

DOMESTIC SCIENCE— REAL WOMEN 

Frances Mulliken Marion Harland. 

Cornelia Thomas Betty Lyle Wilson. 

DOMESTIC ART— REAL WOMEN 
Helen Fisher Lady Duff-Gordon. 



Senior Mi^^lt Clagg 



TRADE LASTS FROM THE SENIORS 




OFFICERS 

Eunice Spicer Presides I 

Agnes Reed Paterson Vice-President 

Ruth Lemlev Secretary 

AuBYN Hunt Treasurer 

Evangeline Rorex Sergcant-at-Arms 

Miss Sisson Sponsor 

Cecilia Adams — The blind woman around the corner said that 

you had awfully pretty hair. 
Mary Van Anderson — Annette Kellerman said you rival her, 

figuratively speaking. 
Louise Armistead — Your faculty mother thinks you are her 

prize pony. 
M.^RY Barnett — I know some one that thinks you are a cute 

little "boy-girl." 
Carrie May Barton — We cannot forget you and your blue 

eyes. 
M.^RY' Baughm.\n — You certainly look young to be a Senior 

Middle. 
Helen Bicknell — Mr. Cox said that you really were a Senior 

Middle. 
Helen Biddle — How beautiful Helen looks in that green waist! 
LiLLi.\N Brower — We like your speedy launch. 
Amelia Brown — Tom and Wallace said you were a real Cali- 
fornia beauty. 
Louise Brown — A color scheme that is unique — brown eyes, 

hair and name. 
Ola M.^e Bryant — We love Ola Mae as much as Billy does. 
Katherine Buol — Your mother is the most beautiful woman 1 

ever saw, but you look just like your father. 
.\'ell Burns — What a stunning Carmen! 
Josephine Burton — We like your disposition. 
Bess Burts — Your hair and modesty have charmed us all. 
.^DA Butz — You are good in a way, and you weigh a lot. 
Martha Buzbee — Tell us, are there any more at home like you? 
Ethleen By.\rs — "If music hath power to soothe the savage 

beast— PLAY ON." 



Senior ilibble Clasg 



Helen Calderwood J. ^ ^^ ^ examples of sisterly love. 

Ruth Calderwood I ^ ■" 

LiLLLVN Capron — Truly thou rivalest Forbes-Robertson. 

Mary Carl— Oh, Charly! 

Ellen Carpenter — "My dear little girl." 

Evelyn Certla — Pretty to walk with and pretty to talk with. 

Margaret Chiferfield — You are a "Chip" off the old block. 

Louise Clement — Hair that burns its way to our hearts. 

Eunice Ei.i C"i exel and — We know you will reach the goal. 

Clara Lm i-^i (niiixs — Just as cute as a little white bunny. 

Mary I.ih i-^i l ''<\ M' -livery inch a queen. 

Ruth Cku;'!-, We always did think brown eyes were pretty. 

Alice Louise Uann — She is accustomed to all the "comforts of 

home." 
Lel.a Darn.vll — You are a fine horsewoman ! 
LiLLA Davenport — Our future Mrs. Rose. 
LuciLE D.wis — Oh you Spanish Romeo! 
Sarah Jane Downing — Curly locks are alwa>s fetching. 
Nell Dulin — Louise thinks so. 

t' T- I "Come and trip it as you go, 

K..VTHERINE Eisner ^ q^ ^^^ ^.^^^^ P^^^^^y ^J.: 

Frances Grace Evans — Ophelia. 

Mary Catharine Fast — Your bangs are quite becoming. 

Mary Hunter Faust — Thou seemest a walking statue to us all. 

Ruby Forgy — Home loving girls are always the best. 

Susan Foster — An English shark on dry land. 

Louise Frazier — You would make a good politician. 

Mary Louise Frist — Ich Hebe dich, Fraulien! 

LuciLE FuLKERSON — We surely miss you. 

Betty Gammon — She is a darling. 

Berth-A G.arber — We wish we had your muscle. 

S.ADIE ("lARTH — As solid as gold. 

Louise Gerlach — "Pretty is as pretty does." 

Bexie (JiBBS — To say a la mode is sufficient. 

Marietta Gibbs — You do not need to study. 

Dorothy Goepper — We wish there were more like you. 

Dorothy Hackman — Where did you get your smile? 

Flossie Hagerty — You can get it from the Miller. 

VirginIxV Hail — Hail to you! 

K.ATHRYN H.mnline — Some one told us \ou were Bud Fisher's 

cousin. 
Florence H.\wes — She will make good toast for somebody. 



Mabel Head — At the top — you can tell by the name. 

Henrietta Hegel — You are something new and different. 

Miriam Holmes — Modesty thy name is Miriam. 

Virginia Irving — We are glad to see you back again. 

-Alice J.\meson — Gone, but not forgotten. 

-Ada Jarrell — Isn't she a sport! She always wears Phcenix 

hosiery (?) 
Frances Jarrell — A real girl. 
Ophelia Johnson — Diligence is always rewarded. 
Emily Jordan — Some little bird told us thai \ou wore siniph' 

brilliant. 
Helen Kelly — "Faith, hope and charit\'." 
Mary Katherine Kramer — .Anything but a "Kram-er." 
EuL-\ Kutchler — "Like as the heart desireth." 
Ruth Lemley" — As smart as she is sweet. 
Ethel McDermott — We will always think of you as purity. 
Virginia McLean — We have heard that she has not lost her 

head or heart yet. 
Sara Ah Mi kky — How we do lo e to hear you tal ! 
Jam I \l \ 1 I III \vs — She walks the path of good intentions. 
.\iNA I^MiiA M \.\WELL — "Should auld acquaintance be forgot." 
HelL-N Liii ish -May — You have Helen of Troy beat a mile. 
LoRENE -Mayer — Oh, how wonderful is the human voice! 
Juliette Miller — "Waltz me around again, Willie." 
EdN-A Mills — A kind of semi-Solomon, half-knowing everything. 
Margaret Moore — Where is all thy learning, little maid? 
Vivian Moore — You are just a happy medium. 
Lois Mundy — Better to be out of the world than to be out of 

fashion. 
Martha Orr — You are a bright, airy lady. 
Doris P.\lmer — Your sweet temper is like a sunny day. 
Allene Parker — Her hair like gold does glisten. 
-Allein Parks — You are a maid of quality. 
Agnes Reed P.vtterson — Beware of two black eyes. 
MvRA Pe.agler — They say you are silence personified. 
Josephine Pennewell — Your merry laugh kills more microbes 

than any medicine. 
Gertrude Perkins — She would rather sleep than eat and that 

is going some. 
Genev.v Postal — Thou art mistress of the tinkling keys. 
Winnie Powell — Be joy and happiness your lot. 
Lucy Ray — Fashion is your motto and fashion is your pride. 



Senior ilibble Clasisi 



Catharine Jane Reed — You are grave and guj- by flashes. 

Leila Robinson — You are a little lively figure. 

Evangeline Rore.x — We wish our hair and eyes were like 

yours. 
Helen Rubel — We like your intelligent look. 
Esther Sager — With all apologies to Bunty, Esther pulls the 

strings with Mrs. Blanton. 
.Elid.a Scott I We know we love you both, but we can never 
Ida Scott i tell you apart. 

Margaret Seagle — One hair in the head is worth two in the 

brush. 
Mary Martha Shackelford — Even Solomon in all his glory 

was not arrayed like you. 
M.VRY Clair Sherrill — In winter or summer you are always 

the same. 
Mildred Beryl Shields — You are a gay, giggling girl. 
Frj^nces Sinclair — More sinned against than sinning. 
Martha Sparks — S-L-A-N-G is a good substitute for Y-W- 

C-A. 
Eunice Spicer [ Y°"^ sarcastic wit and winning air 

I .Are just as nery as your heart and hair. 
Gertrude Spiegel — Your beauty is classi(c). 
Annie Marie Stewart — If she will, she will, and if she won't, 

she won't. 
Annette Summer — Hair like golden locks. 
Lillian Suppinger — "Blessed are the meek." 
Phyxlis Swaim — Thou art a worthy girl. 



Mildred Tarrant — A girl of cheerful yesterdays and confident 

to-morrows. 
Louise Thomson — Why aren't we all contented like you? 
Christine Thornton — Nothing can compare with the human 

voice. 
Mvra Throckmorton — Bright and merry all the live long day. 
Sallye Tippens — Her mind is bright and her heart is all right. 
Elizabeth Turner — She is plump, and bright, and nierr>'. 
Virginia Volkerding — Fair hair and blue eyes. 
Juanita Wagner — Radiant from afar. 

Ruth W.yldron — She comes and goes, but always she is welcome. 
Edith Walker — All smiles and bows. 

Katherine Walker — Tall and straight she sees the world. 
Mary Walker — You are sweet and simple. 
Allene Watkins — Your green coat is so becoming. 
Alice Weiland — A sturdy, thoughtful girl. 
Maud Weirick — We like your healthy look. 
Bedie Wesson — You are no whale, but a good sized Latin shark. 
Thelma Wh.yley — Promptness is your name. 
Gertrude White — Your gracious manner has charmed us all. 
M.yttie White — We admire your up-to-date bootery. 
Imogene Winn — Like her name she is a winner. 
Dora Witherspoon — She can talk and talk and talk again. 
Adelyn Jane Wolfe — Like an angel's visit — short and bright. 
Jennie Louise Wright — She is always right. 
Ida Wvlie — A fairy sprite. 




College Srregular 

+ + + 

OFFICERS 

Mary Peacock ■ ■ President 

Jack Cruse Vice-President 

Nell Ayers Secretary 

Elsie Miller Treasurer 

Zelma Hovveli Sergeant-at-Arms 

Miss Mills Sponsor 



College irregular 



WHY THEY ARE DIFFERENT 



KvELYN Abney Red stockings 

BoHNDA Akins Too much sugar 

Neli, V. Ayers Too airy 

Elizabeth Biggers Forgetful 

Lillian Fay Botts She is so religious 

LoRENA Breckenkidge / They always add "Miss" to their 
Mattie Breckenkidge \ names. 

Daisy Lyle Brown Too much of a flower 

Esther Thornton Brown "Too iVIuch Mustard" 

Mary Harris Cockrill Everlastingly hopeful 

Ethyl Corsbie Her use of a "y" 

Jack Cruse Tears 

Aline Daniels An inventive tongue 

Madeline DeShazo Causes fires 

Miriam Dickins Loses corsages 

Lucile Dickson Makes breaks 

Helen Edwards Her dry humor 

Martha Lee Farrow Colored hair 

Arabella Foster She is a student 

Beatrice Gallaher Ask Lonnie Maples 

Marie Gausepohl She is from Indianapolis 

Marie Gerlach Her talents 

Edna Gollihar Just naturally 

Mildred Good Just peculiar 

Julia Hale She is so modest 

Hazel Hall On account of her "Hart" 

Dorothy Hill Her "Payne" never deserts her 

Bertha Hoffman Loves her sister 

Marie Horst Her youthful looks 

Zelma Grace Howell She likes "Kuhn's" 

Besse Hudson Leaves pleasant memories 

COLEEN HuLLUM Didn't come back 

Alfreda Jenkins She entered late 



Kathryn Kirkham Her voice 

Ruth Lawrence Her bright eyes 

Lillian Lewis Too many "L's" 

Mildred McCluer Laziness 

Louise McCutcheon Likes dogs 

Ruth McInnis Talks all the time 

Sarah Middleton Her head 

Carlesta Minesinger Her looks did it 

Marguerite NoojiN . . "iio.l made her for a woman, let her 
pass as such" 

Carmen Patterson Peroxide 

Mary Peacock Pride 

Margaret Pfeffer Her solitary air 

Lou Ann Preston Don't know 

Thelma Ramsey Kinks 

Christine Rogers Cause she is new 

Joanna Rothe Something lacking 

Hannah Sargeant Just cause she is 

Edna Sharp Too sharp 

Anna May Sloan Her quaintness 

Francis Smith j 

K..\thryn Smith - They all spell their names alike 

LuRUTH Smith j 

Ernestine Taylor She married 

Ethel Taylor Likes Chemistry 

Lucy Helen Terry Related to a star 

Mary Earle Tilley Can't help it 

Gladys Tutti.e The loudness thereof 

Lucile Waters She hated herself so (?) 

Elsie Weller Just because 

LuETTA WiESs Light on her feet 

Irma Wolfe She reads her Bible 

WiNNiFRED Wright .... Because she is always "Wright" 




^reparatorp Srregulat ClagsJ 

* <• * 

OFFICERS 

Irene Lahm President 

OcTA McDonald Viee-P resident 

Floy Clements Secretary 

BiNA Takhet Treasurer 

TiiELMA PiiiCKETT Sergeaiil-iit-Arms 

Miss Turner Sponsor 



J^rcparatorp irregular Cla£;g 



THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS 



Rachel Abernathy Cooking 

Caroline Aldrich Good health 

Mary Ashby Smiling 

Oneita Baker Hair dressing 

Mildred Bartlett Vaudeville singing 

Gladys Bell Social dancing 

Exa Blount Current events (?) 

Elene Brackin Concentration 

Mary Bradshaw Whistling 

Dorothy Brandon Having a good time 

Evangeline Canada Geography- 

Dimple Chattin Simplicity 

Floy Clements Monitorship 

Essie Cotter "Je ne sais pas'' 

Alma Dilworth Sociability 

Llewellyn Ewing The violin 

Ida Geil Fainting 

Nora GilmEr ■ . . . . Making grades 

Emaline Green Going to Florida 

Juanita Grizzeli Going to school 

Bernice Hawkins Sarcasm 

Hattie Hinds Alliteration 

Elizabeth Johnson Being a "Dickens" 

Mayme Jones A space filler 

Genevieve Kerr 



RtiTH Knight Keeping young 

Irene Lahm Devotion 

Elsie Lowenstein Chemistry 

Cantie Mai Luten Friendliness 

OcTA McDonald Playing dolls 

May McIntosh Basket-ball 

Aimie Marks Getting out on week ends 

Ruth Martin Being absent 

Josephine Mason An eye opener 

Edna Morris Going to the store 

LuELLA Ni.xoN Retiring 

Marjorie Offenhauser Her short name (?) 

Ernestine Owen Earnestness 

Josephine Peck Singing 

Carolyn Pitts Flashing 

Minnie Porter Day dreaming 

Thelma Prickett Resembling Mary Pickford 

Evelyn Runkle Amusing us 

Bertie Smith Perseverance 

Mary Smith Contrariness 

Mary Stratton Gratitude 

Bina Tarbet Wistfulness 

Lucy Van Ness Artisticness 

K.\tye Wyche "Cutting a figure" 

Happiness 






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f unior iWibble Ctos; 

+ + + 

OFFICERS 

Sara Magill President 

Mildred Welch Vice-President 

Isabel Stark . Secretary 

Violet Hutton Treasurer 

CoRiNNE Kramer . Sergeant-al-Arms 

Miss Atwood Sponsor 



f unior jWibble Clagg 



THE BANE OF THEIR EXISTENCE 



Charmain Aikins French 

Louise Aul Note books 

Thelma Baltzek Life 

Louise Benedict Sunday School 

Pauline Campbell Her lump 

Lois Coleman Tonic a la Mrs. Lester 

Rachel Coleman "Sit" 

Frances Da vies Books 

Mildred Dole Cheap rouge 

Sadie Edwards Rising bell 

Martha Garnett W.-B. milk 

Elizabeth Graham Appetite 

Ruth Graham "Math" 

Helen Gunder Her smiles 

Evelyn Hannah Avoirdupois 

Phyllis Harper ■. Physics 

Fannie Hart Classes 

Ruth Hawkins "Third Hoor back" 

Martha Hays "Pep" 

Mary Frances Hicks Excess laundry 

Mary Kate Hopkins 8:30 class 

Annie James House Presiding teacher 

Katherine Hudson Things in general 

Myra Hudson Things in particular 

Jennie Humphreys A broken string 

AuBYN Hunt Faculty tables 

Violet Hutton Loud voices 

Lillian Jenkins Club meetings 

LoNNiE Maples Jones A bigger talker than herself 

Katherine Keith Straight hair 

Valencia Knox 



Corinne Kramer The ban on cooking 

WiLMA Ruth Lanyon Bare walls 

Mary Lou McInnis . . Lack of freedom 

Sarah Magill Haste 

Frances Mayer "Babe" 

Pattie Mays "Frat" dances 

Hilda Mitchell Study Hall 

Olive Pepper History "A" 

Christine Priest Church 

Margaret Pritchett "Extra" 

Annie Putnam Dirt 

Amelia R.\y Duties 

Louise Regen Mayor House 

Lillian Reyburn Defeat 

Lou Alice Rutherford LIniform 

Evelyn Sillers Medicine 

Damaris Smith Rivals 

Elizabeth Smith Vespers 

Josephine Smith Flunking 

Isabel Stark Student Government 

Charlotte Tainter Neighbors 

Bessie Mae Tate Freckles 

Margaret Trimble Gym 

Mary Waldron French parallels 

Mildred Welch Monitorship 

Fanalou Whitson Tobecampused 

Louella Whorley Dues 

Doris Wood Penrod 

Corinne Wootten "Gertrude" 

Minnie Wy'che Athletics 

Special reports 




i^IDDLE ClvASS ' ^.^ 



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Junior CtesJ 



OFFICERS 

Lucy Herndon President 

Laura C'iUaves . . Vice-President 

Dorothy Eckles Secretary 

Adelaide Cook Treasurer 

P'rank Montgomery Sergeant-al-Arms 

Miss Morrison Sponsor 



Junior Clasis! 



AS MISS NORRIS SEES THEM 



Lizzie D. Alexander Wooly lamb 

Emma Morkow Atchison Cinnamon bear 

Katherine Barnett Beaver 

Clarence Bruce Brewer A St. Bernard puppy 

Alice Burt Terrier 

Christine Cameron A baby mole 

Letitia Carter Gopher 

Myrtle Conyers A large, sleek tiger cat 

Adelaide Cook A lioness 

Margaret Cooper A blue-jay 

Elizabeth Cope A squirrel with nuts in her mouth 

Caroline Copeland White mouse 

Corlyn Crabtree A maltese cat 

Eunice DeWitt A gray kitten 

Orle\nDodson . . A little chicken just beginning to scratch 

Marianna Dutton Deer 

Dorothy Eckles A chicken 

Mary Foshee Fluffy kitten 

Addie Bell Gary Cat 

Lillian Goodall Butterfly 

Laura Graves A colt 

MuREE Heinl A spaniel 

Lucy Herndon A blackbird 

Mildred Hill A beautiful snake weaving spells 

Willma Hoover . . ' Horse 

Anna May Jenkins Bay pony 

Frances Jones A shaggy pony 

Helen Killebrew A flicker 

Virginia Kraft Bluebird 

Marion Lewis White Persian cat 

Ruth Long White rabbit 

Bertine McCreary A wood rabbit 

Bessie McDonald A collie 

Ethel Jane Martin There ain't no such 



AuDKiiY MiLLiRON Coon cat 

Frank Montgomery Chipmunk 

Dorothy Evelyn Moore Eagle 

Elizabeth G. Moore Rhode Island Red 

.^NNE Morris White mouse 

Ruth Moss Guernsey 

Elizabeth K. Muller Robin 

P.\ULINE Nathan Hunting dog 

Helen Newman Red squirrel 

Doris Nutt Gray horse 

Jeannette P.\tton Great Dane puppy 

MoYNE S. Pribble Panther 

Mary Emma Richardson A bird 

Ellen D. Roddy Shetland pony 

Semie Rogers White lamb 

Bernice Rosenberg Deer 

Minnie Rosenstock Frisky Nannie Goat 

Vera S.ytterfield Yellow kitten 

I^UTH Shipp Dove 

Mildred B. Smith A black and white house cat 

Carrie Mayberry Spellings A pony 

Hilda M. Staude Tame leopard 

Frances Louise Sykes A black bear cub 

Vance Talbot A Pekinese dog 

Betty Templeton Mustang 

Frances Thompson We can't tell 

May Belle Thompson Cardinal 

Martha Vaughn A shepherd dog 

Iris Webb A cream colored Jersey 

Mary Temple Weber Wild duck 

Lillian Byrd Whitesell A small reindeer 

Frances Williamson Cat bird 

Reba Lee Yeatman A pigeon 

Be.ytrice Zander A doe 




OFFICERS 

t'llARi.OTTE I.AWNIN President 

Klizadeth Clement Vice-PresidfiU 

Janet Ullmann Secretary 

Eunice Trimble Treasurer 

May Bond Screven Sergeant-at-Arms 

Miss Cox Sponsor 



^opftomore Clasig 



THEIR PAST 

Claire Bailey Being late 

Margaret Barbee Being imposed upon 

Marie B.ATES Being "IT" 

Selma Bercer Eating dill pickles 

Bessie Blake Sneezing in public 

Eugenia Block Studying 

May Brabham Stage fright 

Dorothy Brobst Growing 

Hermosa Brown Flunking 

Margaret Burton Coming to school 

Elizabeth Clement . . . . : Going to chapel 

Elizabeth Coggins Loving money 

Josephine Cole Going to movies 

Laura Conger Worrying about "Ed" 

Isabelle Craig Being proper 

Julia Ann Edmundson Singing 

Dorothy Fain Doing society 

Frances Farrar Fine feathers 

Minnie Luther Fleming Her name 

Gertrude Gatz Buying books 

TuLLiA Graves Wearing of the red waist 

Margaret Green Being like Spring 

Mary Guitar Impudence 

Lucile Hailey So much like Winter 

Annie Lowe Yell 



CRIMES 

Louise Hendrick Being meek 

Margaret Hollinshead Having a "ma" in school 

Charlotte Lawnin Her complexion 

Zelna Lefkovits Loving the Kaiser 

Frankie McGee Assuming avoirdupois 

Vivian Mahan Receiving corsages 

Alice Mahoney Her diamonds 

Mary Belle Marshall Being military 

Elizabeth Merrili Crushes 

Sarah Jane Murrell Her eyes 

Beverly Orchard Dignity 

Frances Pfeuffer Flirting 

Sterling Price Being plated 

Hallie Rominger Having a leopard's coat 

Alice St. Martin Having too much hair 

May Bond Screven Cutting 

Alma Shanks Beauty spots and earrings 

Margaret Shropshire Feeding the rats 

Nora Belle Simpson Running a phonograph 

Sara Smith Drawing 

Eunice Trimble Her purple kimona 

Janet Ullmann Lack of "pep" 

Bessie Williams Her tongue 

Florence Wilton Hysterics 

"Temp" 




OFFICERS 
Kathleen Tillman Presitlcui 

LUCILE HOLMAN V icc-PrcSulcllI 

Margaret Warren Secretary 

Mary Agnes Schleicher Treasurer 

Katherine Garrett Sergeanl-at-Arms 

Miss Sheppe Sponsor 



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THE TOY 

DiiKOTHV Adams A rag doll 

Jennie Ashwokth A kite 

Martha Baird A riddle 

Rosa Lee Bennett A top 

Laura Bird A bisque doll 

RocHETTE BuELL The Merry-Go-Round 

Blanche Campbell Pierrot 

Elizabeth Coyle The waltzing doll 

Isabella Cullom A teddy bear 

Marcelle Darling Pieroette 

Leona Dickinson A canary bird 

Monnie Eaton A bell 

Gladys Edwards Buster Brown 

Katherine Garrett Mary Jane 

Julia Gambill Tige 

Pauline Grassham A kewpie 

Katherine Margaret Green A paper doll 

Avon Hail A gold fish 

Carrie Lee H.\ll A tinker toy 

Virginia Hobbs A bean bag 

LuciLE Holman A puppet 

Hazel Hoxiii A million dollar baby 

Madeline Jacobs Humpty-Dumpty 

Louise Lightburn A jack-o-lantern 

Dorothy Linsley A book of fairv tales 



SHOP 

Mildred MrlNTiisu Beads 

Alice Leslie Miller Alice in Wonderland 

Annie Sue Myers A mechanical toy 

Irene Noleman A French doll 

Nellie Norman A toy bank 

Eunice Ogilvie Tar baby 

Louise Raabe A fiddle 

Helen Roach A chatterbox 

Elizabeth Rogers A baby doll 

Virginia Schenk Billiken 

Mary Alice Schleicher A toy soldier 

Anna Rose Scott A Chinese puzzle 

Hazel Simpson A heart that squeaked 

Sara Sudekum A tinker bell 

Kathleen Tillman A phonograph 

Myrtiel Towns Punch 

Rowena W.\lker ■ Jud>- 

Margaret Warren French primer 

Marie Weii Skates 

Rose Adele Weitzel Daddy's girl 

Mildred White A horn 

Dorothy Wiggins Jack-in-the-box 

Margaret Woodside A rattle 

Mildred VVoolwine A tin soldier 

Mabel Young A rocking horse 



special ^tubentsi 



Allensworth, Minnie 
Austin, Lizzie 
Ballentine, Louise 
Bayer, Elizabeth 
Beasley, Emily 
Beasley, Marinette 
Bergeda, Katie 
Bernstein, Clarence 
Bernstein, Phillip 
Bledsoe, Frances 
Bowers, Grace 
Bowles, Helen 
ISransford, Ann 
Brock, Mary Betty 
Brown, Mrs. W. C. 
Buchanan, Martha 
Buford, Mrs. Ed 
Burton, Mrs. James K. 
Bush, Mackiewill 
Carter, Leah 
Carter, Rowena 
Carter, Master Thos. 
Chapman, Ruth 
Clement, Rachel 
Cohen, Hazel 
Compton, Nell 
CowDEN, Eleanor 
Crouch, Angie 
Crutchfield, Rachel 
Currey, Elmira 
Davis, Carrie May 
Davis, Sara 
DePierri, Frank H. 
DuRY, Katherine 
DuvALL, Mrs. 
Evans, Frances 
Faw, Kerman 
Fentress, Aline 
Finney, Mrs. George 
Fry, Dora'Mae 
Fuller, Ehz.\beth 



Fusch, Margaret 
Gardner, Mrs. Tom 
Cjillespie, Mamie 
Glenn, Margaret 
Godwin, Louise 
Goldner, Celia 
Goldner, Irene 
Goodpasture, Mildred 
Grady, Edith 
Graham, Mabel 
Gray, Mildred 
Grimes, Dorothy 
Gunn, Nellie 
Hall, Mrs. Glenn 
Hall, Laura 
Halloran, Mary 
Harper, Willie 
Harrington, Mildred A. 
Harris, Anna Warren 
Harris, Elizabeth 
Hart, Martha 
Hayes, Annie Lee 
Hendrick, Katharyn 
Hitchcock, Sara 
Hood, Elmo 
Hopkins, Leslie 
Hopkins, Sara 
House, Sarah Park 
James, Ruby 
Jennings, Gladys 
Jennings, Pauline 
JoBLiNG, Mrs. Jas. W. 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Jones, Catherine 
Jones, Carolyn 
Kadel, Ruby 
KiLLEBREw, Katherine 
King, Ethel 
Landis, Mary 
Lee, Emilene 



Levy, Hazel 
Levy, Leah Bell 
Lewis, Gertrude 
Lewis, Edna Kone 
loventhal, dorothy 
LuNSFORD, Julia 
McBride, Euclid 
McReynolds, George 
Mahoney, Mary 
Manning, Clara 
Marr, Cornelia 
Martin, Della 
Mendelsohn, Louise 
Metzger, Mrs. E. G. 
Miller, Charlene 
MiNTON, Carolyn 
Moody, Fannie 
Moon, Kate 
Morgan, Grace 
Morse, Corinne 
Moxley, Dorothy 
Nellums, Edna 
Nichols, Hattie 
Nicks, Bessie 
Onstott, Mary 
Owsley, Ruth 
Parker, Master Fitzgerald 
Phillips, Mrs. J. H. 
Pitt, Wiletta 
Porter, Minnie 
Poindexter, Alice 
Proctor, Jenelle 
Regen, Martha 
Rippy, Mrs. J. F. 
Roberts, Edith 
Roberts, Mary KjVTe 
Rogers, Virginia 
Rose, Mrs. Gennett 
Savage, Nell 
Sedberry, Rebecca 



Simon, Hazel 
Simon, Master Marion 
Skinner, Annie 
Skinner, Eula Mae 
Smartt, Mrs. Will M. 
Smith, Elizabeth 
Smith, Esther Lee 
Smith, Eudora A. 
Smith, Marie 
Smith, Mary 
Smith, Roberta 
Stephens, Inez 
Stokes, Adrienne 
Stratton, Annie 
Stuart, Blanche 
Thuss, Clemence 
Tillman, Mary 
Tinsley, Blanche 
Tompkins, Mrs. Anna 
Trice, Bessie 
Truitt, Gladys 
Turnbull, Julia 
Wade, Dorothy 
Wade, Mrs. H. W. 
Waller, Martha 
Wallis, Elizabeth 
Walton, Myreon 
Ware, Gladys 
Warner, Emily 
Warner, Percie 
Weakley, Martha 
Weakley, Venita 
Webster, Sarah 
Wheeler, Alvie E. 
White, Maud 
Whitsett, Louise 
WiLKERSoN, Dorothy 
Wilkes, Susan H. 
Wilson, Florine 
ZicKLER, Edna 



(^rabuate ^tubentsi 



Crawford, Jane Douglas 
Expression, 1914-15 

Lilly, Grace 
General, 1914-15 



Drake, Elizabeth Ewell, Pauline Fry, Josephine 

Classical, 1914-15 Classical, 1914-15 Piano, 1914-15 

Oakes, Mrs. A. P. Payne, Ethel 

General, 1913-14 General, 1914-15 



INTERMEDIATE CLASS 



Allen, Carolyn 
Baird, Helen 
BucKNER, Elizabeth 
Caruthers, Minnie 
Clark, Laura 
Cooke, Mabel 
CowDEN, Ruth 
Dudley, Trevania 



Duval, Margaret 
Eberhart, Gertrude 
KiTHiAN, Elizabeth 
Fuller, Elizabeth 
Hackett, Lyda 
Harris, Dorothy 
Haston, Evelyn 
HiGGiNS, Catherine 



HiGGiNs, Lucia 
Hollinshead, Dorinda 
Howe, Inez 
Howse, Elizabeth 
HuBBS, Mary 
Jones, Ella 
McGill, Annie 
Meyer, Bernice 



Ogilvie, Mabel 

PaRMAN, ^LlRTH^ 

Riddle, Virginia 
Shwab, Emily 
Sparrow, Louise 
Trabue, Olivia 
Warden, Margaret L. 
Wilkinson, Jennie 
Williams, Marion 




Adams, Florence 
Allison, Louise 
Blake, Mary 
Cooke, Margaret 
CowDEN, Mildred 
Derryberry, Mildred 
Dickinson, Helen 



PRIMARY CLASS 

Dickinson, Martha 
Forrest, Marguerite 
Hollinshead, Harriet 
Hollinshead, Henry 
Howse, Helen 
Hudson, Anna Mary 
Lahm, Edith 



Lain, Katherine 
Leonard, Jean 
Luck, Susan 
McGiLL, Stephenson 
Martin, Janie 
Miller, Paul 
MoREiLLE, Whitfield 



Nathan, Susan 
Neil, Argie S. 
Overall, Dorothy 
Panagiotopulas, Vasso 
Price, Virginia 
Welburn, Martha 
Wilson, Mary E. 
Yerger, Buford 



tirije Wabttlv ^lace "<§ang" 



WILLIAM HUFFMAN, or "Billy," as his friends called him, was undeniably voted leader by the "gang" of VVaverly Place. 
None other was worthy to be considered leader. Of course Ed Simpson could stand on his head on the piano stool and take a 
few steps on a tight rope; and there was Bruce Webb, who could act on the trapeze, walk on his hands and excel the others 
in "plunking" in a game of marbles but there was none who possessed the wonderful charm of originality when it came to the point of 
playing pranks on innocent neighbors on April Fool's day or Hallowe'en; none who could carry his point as far as he intended without 
being caught but Billy. Therefore, Billy was the leader, chief adviser and schemer in any stupendous undertaking which the gang 
wished to carry out. . , , . 

It was on Friday afternoon just before school was out. In spite of the fact that the teacher had kept a vigilant watch on the boys 
side, for she felt a restlessness in the air centered about Billy, Billy managed to throw a tightly wadded note to Bruce which read : "Mete 
me in the barn loft at haf past thre today. Pas this to the rest of the fellows. I got a swell idea — Billy." While teacher's back was 
turned this little note went from one to the other until its mission was fulfilled. So, consequently, at three o'clock every member of the 
Waverly gang arrived at Billy's barn loft to hear the wonderful news. 

Billy, himself, was the first one there and was sitting perched upon the topmost wheat sack pompously surveying his faithful fol- 
lowers as they scrambled in, one by one, through the trap door. 

"Now stop yer pushin', Edward Simpson. I reckon I got here first," Bruce was saying as Ed was trying to be first to the old 
meeting place. There was always a disturbance at the assembling of the members and it was a marvel that one of them didn't get his 
limbs or neck broken in the attempt to be first, for the trap door admitted only one at a time. Fatty Holt was the last one up and 
after the door was securely fastened and Bruce stationed at the "peep hole" to see when any one approached the barn, Billy unfolded 
his plan. , , . r 

"Say, fellows," he began. "You all know the parson an' his wife that moved next door to us last year? Well, he an his folks 
don't get up 'til way up in the day. 'Bout time when we've finished our breakfast an' I've got up the coal an' kindlin' they begin to 
creep out. Maw said you would think someone was dead like ol' Mr. West what died on the other street las' night, everything is so 
quiet an' — " 

"Aw shucks, what d'you take this fer — a Jew's holiday?" broke in Ed. "We don't care nothin' fer ol' Parson Beall an whut he 
does. He can sleep 'til the cows come home fer all I care." 

"Shut yer mouth, smarty. I reckon I'm boss o'this here. I'm not done yet an' I wuz sayin' I think it would be fun ter get some 
o' this here stuff what they put on doors when folks die and hang it on their door an' then lay behind our fence an' see what happens." 

"A cuttin' idea," "bully," and other such remarks of approval greeted Billy's ear and just as he was about to suggest a means to 
carry out his plans, a shrill voice called, 

"B-i-l-l-ee-ee!!" 

"Well, fellows, I gotter hustle. Come back tomorrow mornin' at seven an' we'll have some fun." 

With that the meeting adjourned, each member going his way feeling that something worth while was to be accomplished. 

All through the remainder of the day Billy was unusually quiet and when night came he actually asked to be allowed to retire early, 
a phenomenon which led his anxious mother to give him a large dose of castor oil. Billy took his medicine without a murmur and went 
off to bed, but not to sleep. He lay thinking and planning. 

Early next morning the leader was In his place in the barn talking to his friends. 

"What's that knot under yer coat, Bill?" inquired Ed. "Is that it?" 



gauze, 
gapin' 
an' pretty. That's it." 

"Listen here, who do you think is agoin' to put it on the door? I'm not," announced Bruce. 

"I bid not, too," said Ed. 

"Well, I know Fatty can't. He'd never get away — he's too fat, so I guess I'll have it to do. Oh, well yer don't know what fun 
yer miss," said Billy with an important air as he started out with his crepe safely tucked under his coat. 



It was the work of a moment for him to take a thumb tack; fasten the black emblem on the door and scamper to join his com- 
rades who were already lying prostrate on the ground behind Billy's fence. They made sure that they were well hidden from the sharp 
eyes of Mrs. Huffman, whose habit it was to do all the family sewing by the wmdow and when she spied Billy she never failed to rap 
sharply on the pane with her thinibled finger as a sign that he nmst come to the house immediately. 

Nothing happened for a while and the boys began to grow restless, when Fatty spoke in a loud whisper. 

"Look, yonder comes ol' Mis' Cooper. I bet yer my best agate she sees it." 

They settled down to watch results, careful not to make the least noise in their shelter of the old lilac bush. 

Mrs. Cooper walked with a brisk step, turned in the parson's gate, looked up and saw the crepe. With mouth open, hands up- 
lifted in horror, she turned and, for the moment forgetting her dignity, almost ran down the street, saying to herself: 

"Law, I always knew it would happen. He's been sick off and on for so long. It must a' been sudden." 

Billy looked at Ed, Ed looked at Bruce and Bruce looked at Fatty. They giggled and moved about, full of enthusiasm at seeing 
their plan work out. 

"Don't you dare laugh. If you do I'll bust yer head." 

This remark from Billy was the only thing that restored quiet among them. No sooner than order was restored, they noticed 
a wagon loaded with funeral chairs coming up the street. When the driver approached near enough to see the long streamers of black 
floating in the breeze, he stopped. 

"Whoa, Dexter, I guess dis yer's de place," and with a few trips from the wagon to the house he had the chairs which were des- 
tined for Mr. West's funeral resting on the front porch of the minister's home. 

Perhaps the boys would have been more delighted had they seen the results of their prank, or rather Billy's, in the household of 
their neighbors. 

Aunt Mandy arose about eight-thirty to start preparations for breakfast while the members of the family were still sleeping. On 
this morning the first thing that greeted her entrance into the hall was the violent ring of the telephone. 

"Yas?" 

"Who is this talking?" inquired a voice at the other end of the wire. 

"Dis's Aunt Mandy, who's dat?" 

"Mrs. Cooper. May I speak to Mrs. Beall, please?" 

''No'm. She's still sleep an' I doan wanter rouse 'er yit." 

"No, of course not. Poor thing, she needs as much rest as she can get. When she wakes tell her she has my heart-felt sympathy. 
I'll come over today. Good-bye." 

"Fo' de Lord's sake! What she think Mis' Mary need wid her sympathy. Law, dar's de do' bell. I'll never get breakfast started," 
and Aunt Mandy toddled off to the front door to come face to face with a boy who carried a large bundle. 

"For Bealls," he announced, and was gone. 

"Flowers! flowers, sho's yer born. Fur who?" mumbled the old negress as she began to take a large number of white roses from 
their wrappings. 

"Whut's dis yer? — a card? 'Rest in Peace!' Well, dey sho' is doin' dat. Twenty minutes to ten an' dey ain't up yit." 

But Billy and his friends didn't hear her many remarks and didn't know to what extent they had carried their mischief. 

Finally, the parson and his wife came down in time to come face to face with a much puzzled Mandy. 

"Mis' Cooper jus' phomed dat you had her sympathy, ma'am, an' yonder's some roses wid 'Rest in Peace' writ on 'em. I done 
put 'em in water." 

The minister and his wife looked at one another in astonishment, but were kept from making remarks on the subject by a vigorous 
ring of the door bell. 

"Wait, Mandy, I'll go," said the man of the house. 

"Some flowers, sir, just sign this card, please," said the boy at the door. 

At that moment a brisk breeze blew a long strip of black gauze directly in front of the minister. He stepped out, saw all the 
chairs and hastily handed the flowers back to the boy. 

"I guess you can just take these back. We have no need for such." 

Billy and the others could no longer stand the strain. A long pent up demonstration of their feelings burst forth and they laughed, 
rolled on the grass and laughed harder. They did not see the parson approaching, for when he heard them he understood the prank 
and in a few determined strides he reached the boys, caught Billy and Fatty, who, poor little fellow, failed to escape on account of too 
much flesh, by their collars, and gave each a sound thrashing with switches pulled from the most convenient lilac bush. 

It took several hours of telephoning before he could convince his kind friends that he had not departed from this life. 

Ida Hoover 



art ^tutient£i 



Adams, Dorothy 



Greene, Emaline 



Orr, Martha 



Smith, Sara 



Bailey, Claire 

Bartlett, Mildred 
Blanton, Anna 

Breckenridge, Lorena 
BuoL, Katherine 
Bush, Mackiewill 

Cannon, Christine 
DeShazo, Madeline 
Dickins, Miriam 
Eckles, Dorothy 
Ely, Miriam 
Garber, Bertha 
Gerlach, Marie 



Hail, Avon 

Mainline, Kathryn 

House, Sarah Park 

Jenkins, Alfreda 

Jordan, Judith 

Knight, Ruth 

Lilly, Grace 
Long, Seawillow 
Luten, Cantie Mae 
Marr, Cornelia 
Martin, Della 
McGee, Frank R. 
Moore, Mabelle 



Parker, Allene 
Payne, Ethel 
Phillips, Myrtle 
Pitt, Wiletta 
Powell, Winnie 
Raabe, Louise 

Rosenberg, Bernice 
Satterfield, Vera 
Savage, Leslie Nelson 
Shackleford, Mary M. 
Shanks, Alma Willis 



Van Ness, Lucy 
Terry, Helen 

Tillman, Kathleen 
Tillman, Mary W. 
Trabue, Olivia 
TwYMAN, Grace 
Ware, Gladys 
Whaley, Thelma 
Whitesell, Jessie 
Wilkes, Susan H. 
Wright, Winnifred 



GiBBS, Bexie 



Morris, Edna 



SiMMERMAN, Winnie Davis 
Simpson, Nora Belle 
Smith, Damaris 



Wyche, Katye 
Yerger, Mrs. Henry 



ILLUSTRATORS 











ARTS AND CRAFTS 




Fritz Schmitz 
Violiij 






Browne Martin 

Musical Sciences 



Emil Winkler 
Director of the Ward-Belmont Con- 
servatory of Music 




Arthur Henkel 
Organ and Piano 



Charles Washburn 
Dean of Voice Department 



arbpelmont Cftoral ^ocietp 



OFFICERS 

Browne Martin Director 

Hermosa Brown PresidenI 

Doris Palmer First Vice-President 

Evelyn Abnev Second Vice-President 

Sadie Rosendale Secretary and Treasurer 

Elizabeth Wolfe Pirst Librarian 

Ola Mai Bryant Second Librarian 



MEMBERS 



Akins, Bohnda 
Abney, Evelyn 
Armstead, Louise 
AiKiNS, Charmain 
Brewer, Clarence Bruce 
Breckenridge, Mattie 
Breckenridge, Lorena 
Blake, Auban 
Bell, Gladys 
Bry'ant, Ola Mai 
Blackman, Mary Book 
Burts, Bess 
Brown, Daisy 
Burns, Nell 
Brown Hermosa 
Brown, Amelia 
Cruse, Ruth 
Carl, Mary 
Cotter, Elsie 
Carter, Letitia 
Clover, Mary 

CoRSBiE, Ethel 
Clement, Elizabeth 



Clements, Floy 
Carpenter, Ellen 
Cooke, Adelaide 
Cooke, Rachel 
Dickson, Lucile 
Davis, Lucille 
Davenport, Lilla 
Dann, Alice 
Evans, Frances Grace 
Frazier, Louise 

Farrow, Martha Lee 
Grizzel, Juanita 
Golliher, Edna 
Grassham, Pauline 
Gerlack, Marie 
Gerlack, Louise 
Holmes, Miriam 
Horst, Marie 

Hainline, Kathryn 
Hannah, Evelyn 
Hunt, Auban 
Hinds, Harriet 
Johnson, Ophelia 



Keith, Katherine 
Killebrew, Helen 
Kikkham, Katherine 
Lahm, Irene 

Middleton, Sarah 
Miller, Edith 
Miller, Alice Leslie 
Martin, Helen- 
Montgomery, Frank 
McInnis, Mary Lou 
Moore, Evelyn 

Meinsinger, Carlesta 
McCutcheon, Louise 
McDermott, Ethel 
Meyer, Bernice 
McClure, Mildred 
Newman, Helen 
Offenhauser, Marjorie 
Palmer, Doris 
Patterson, Agnes 
Pfeuffer, Frances 
Pheffer, Maizie 
Penniwill, Josephine 



Ray, Lucy 
Rosenstock, Minnie 
Rebman, Mamie 
Rosendale, Sadie 
Rorex, Evangeline 
Scott, Elida 
Shanks, Alma 
Sims, Sue 
Sloan, Anna May 
Screven, May Bond 
Saunders, Louise 
Spiegel, Gertrude 
TwYMAN, Martha 
Taylor, Ethel 
Florence Wilton 
Wagner, Juanita 
Webb, Pearl 
Weber, Annie 
Waldron, Mary 
Weiler, Syxvia 
Wolfe, Elizabeth 
Weiland, Alice 
Whitesell, Lillian Byrd 
Wyche, Minnie 



The great success attained by the Society in the concert production of the opera "Martha," was duplicated this year, when "The 
Bohemian Girl.' was presented with the assistance of prominent soloists and the Vanderbilt University Glee Club. 




FRITZ SCHMIT2, Conductor 



MEMBERS 



Akins, Bohnda 

Andrews, Mildred 
Baird, Mrs, W. B. 
Bl.AKEMORE, Dr. E. W. 
Brown, Esther 
Brown, Mrs. W. B. 
Byars, Etheline 
Carroll, Nellie 

Clements, Mrs. H. B. 
Cruse, Jack 
Dodge, Thomas 
Dury, C. G. 



EwiNG, Llewellyn 
Cabriel, T. a. 
Gammon, Betty 
Gee, Nellie (Concertmaster) 
Goldner, Irene 
Graves, Tullia 
Gkizzell, Juanita 
Henkel, Oscar 
Hitchcock, Sarah 
House, Annie James 
Holden, Carl 
Hantelmann, Oscar 



Jenkins, Anna Mae 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Kennedy, John L., Jr. 
KiGER, Vernon 

KiRKHAM, KaTHERYN 

Levy, Leah Bell 
Long, H. B. 
McLean, Virginia 
Owsley, Ruth 
Palmer, Cora 
Parker, Fitzgerald 
Parker, Paxton 



Postal, CJeneva 

ROMINGER, HaLLIE 

Se.xton, S. T. 
Sherrill, W. a. 
.Smith, Elizabeth 
Smith, Thomas 
Strobel, R. W. 
Weakley, Venita 
Wilson, L.\timer 
Witherspoon, Dora 
Zickler, Edna 




A SCENE FROM THE "TROJAN WOMEN," GIVEN BY MISS PAULINE SHERWOOD TOWNSEND 




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€xpresJ£^ion 



Beasley, Chita 

Clover, Mary Agnes 
CocKRiLL, Mary Harris 



SENIOR EXPRESSION STUDENTS 

Douglas, Alberta McManus, Lois Marie 

Hetherington, Sara Ward Overstreet, Ethel 
Landis, Lucile Simmerman, Winnie Davis 



Crawford, Jane Douglas 
(1915) 



AiKiNS, Madeline 
Beal, Elizabeth 
Cameron, Helen M. 
Cooper, Juanita 

Landis, Linda 



EXPRESSION CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 

Mallory, Louise Sanders, Robeley 

Martin, Helen Josephine Sims, Sue 

Ming, Martha Lelia St. Martin, Cidette 

MizELL, Georgia Steele, Annie Marie 

Moore, Mabelle Stevens, Reba 



Webb, Pearl Effie 
Weber, Anne 
Weiler, Syxvia 
Wright, Esther 

Young, Lenore 



UNDERGRADUATES 



Baker, Oneita 
Bates, Marie 
Brobst, Dorothy 
Brown, Hermosa 
Burt, Alice 
BuTZ, Ada 
Calderwood, Ruth 
Capron, Lillian 
Carter, Rowena 
Collins, Clara Louise 
Conyers, Myrtle 
Coyne, Mary Louise 
Craft, Virginia 
Cruse, Ruth 
Da vies, Frances 



DiCKiNs, Miriam 
Downing, Grace 
Drake, Elizabeth 
Foster, Susan 
Gallaher, Beatrice 
Grady, Edith 
Green, Emaline 
Gunn, Nellie 
Hailey, Lucile 
Hawkins, Ruth 
Hill, Mildred 
Howell, Zelma 
HuTTON, Violet 
Keith, Catherine 
Killebrew, Helen 
Kraft, Virginia 



Lee, Emeline 
Lemley, Ruth 
Lewis, Lillian 
Mays, Pattie 
Miller, Juliette 
Montgomery', Frank 
Moore, Elizabeth 
MuLLER, Elizabeth 
Xorman, Nellie 
Owen, Ernestine 
Parker, Leona Allene 
Patterson, Carmen 
Poindexter, Alice 
Ramsey, Thelma 
Reed, Catherine Jane 
Reyburn, Lillian 



Rogers, Christine 
Rominger, Hallie 
Shipp, Ruth 
Sloan, Elizabeth 
Smith, Mildred 
Sparks, Martha 
Tarbet, Bina 
Tarrant, Mildred 
Turner, Elizabeth 
Van Ness, Lucy 
Waldron, Ruth 
Walker, Rowena 
Ward, Elizabeth 
Webb, Iris 
Wolf, Irma 







Miss Cooper 



Genus homo is charmed by smiles, 
And often caught with wanton wiles. 
He's often enticed with laughter and wit, 
But more substantial things his appetites fit. 



Then Miss Cooper with wonderful skill 
Does teach us how our homes to build. 
For there is no greater success in this life 
Than keeping a man in love with his wife. 



Mrs. Herbrick, who is both charming and wise, 
Does teach us in the art of pies. 
So that when we go out in quest. 
Our future fortunes will be the best. 



Next Miss Atwood with her marvelous brains 

In guiding a needle our fingers she trains. 

We cut and we baste, then we sew. 

For we should ha\'e trimmings in our dream bungalow. 



To the scholar of Latin, Greek, and of Math 

We admit that she great knowledge hath. 

But when it comes to the Diploma giving 

I'll take mine in the art of living. — D. S. 



^ome economics^ 



DOMESTIC ART STUDENTS 



Ayers, Nell 
Barnett, Katherine 
BiGGERS, Elizabeth 
Barton, Carrie May 
Burt, Alice 
BoTZ, Ada 
Bowles, Helen 
Carpenter, Ellen 
Crowley, Archie 
Craig, Isabelle 
Daniels, Aline 
Fisher, Helen 
Foster, Arabella 
Frist, Mary Louise 



FoRGY, Ruby 
Grainger, Kj\te 
Geil, Ida 
Hawkins, Bernice 
Hullum, Coleen 
Jaenke, Erma 
Kraft, Virginia 
Landers, Beknice 
Lawnin, Charlotte 
Lefkovitz, Zelna 
LuTEN, Cantie Mae 
Lewis, Lillian 
Lowenstein, Elsie 
McCrary, Bertine 



McDonald, Octa 
Miller, Charlotte 
McCluer, Mildred 
McIntosh, Mildred 
Magill, Sarah 
Marks, Aimee 
Martin, Helen 
Moore, Vivian 
Perkins, Gertrude 
Pribble, Moyne 
Price, Mildred 
Palmer, Doris 
Pennewill, Josephine 
Rebman, Mamie 



Reed, Catherine Jane 
Sherrill, Grace 
Shropshire; Margaret 
Sloan, Anna May 
Smith, Damaris 
Smith, Frances 
Stratton, Annie 
Tuttle, Gladys 
Taylor, Ernestine 
Templeton, Betty 
Winn, Imogene 
Wolfe, Adelyn 
Wood, Doris 
Woodside, Margaret 



DOMESTIC SCIENCE STUDENTS 



Abernathy, Rachel 
Adams, Cecelia 
Ayers, Nell 
Barnett, Katherine 
Boston, Susie 
BowxES, Helen 
Biddle, Helen 
Biggers, Elizabeth 
Certia, Evelyn 
Cotter, Essie 
Craig, Isabelle 
Calderwood, Ruth 
Coleman, Lois 
Crowley, Archie 
Daniels, Alene 
DoDSON, Orlean 
Eisner, Catherine 
Ewell, Pauline 
Forgy, Ruby 
Foster, Arabella 
Frist, Mary Louise 



FuRBEE, Margaret 
Gausepohl, Marie 
GoEPPER, Dorothy 
Grainger, Kate 
Hays, Martha 
Hill, Dorothy 
Horst, Marie 
Hoxie, Hazel 
Hainline, Kathrvx 
Halloran, Mary 
Hawkins, Bernice 
1 Ikinl, Muree 
I liM.LiM, Coleen 
HoFl'MAN, AIyrtle 
Jaenke, Erma 
Jones, Mayme 
KiLLEBREW, Martha 
Kraft, Virginia 
Kutchler, Eula 
Lewis. Lillian 
Lindsley, Henrietta 



Lowenstein, Elsie 
Magill, Sarah 
May, Helen Louise 
McBride, Frances 
McClure, Mildred 
Middi.eton, Sarah 
McCreary, Bertine 
Miller, Charlotte 
Moore, Annette 
Moore, Margaret 
Mulliken, Frances 
Miller, Charlotte 
Palmer, Doris 
Pennewill, Josephine 
Pfeuffer, Frances 
Peterson, Lucile 
Putnam, Annie 
Ray, Lucy 
Rebman, Mamie 
Rothe, Joanna 
Sherrill, Claire 



Sloan, Anna May 
Smith, Damaris 
Smith, Frances 
Stratton, Anne 
Stratton, Mary 
Sherrill, Grace 
Tainter, Charlotte 
Taylor, Ethel 
TiLLEY, Mary 
Thompson, Louise 
Thomas, Cornelia 
Trimble, Margaret 
Tuttle, Gladys 
Walton, Myreon 
Wilton, Florence 
Winn, Imogene 
Wolf, Adelyn 
WooDSiDE, Margaret 
Weirick, Maud 
Weller, Elsie 
Wright, Louise 




EVOLUTION 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Abernathy. Rachel 
Adams, Cecilia 

AlKINS. M.\DELINE 

AiKiNs. Char^la.in 
Alexander, Lizzie D. 
Anderson. Mary \"an 
Armstrong. Priscilla 



Aye 



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Baltzer. Thelma 
Barnett. Mary 
Barnette, K_a.therin 
Barton. Carrie Ma\ 
Beal. Elizabeth 
BiCKNELL. Helen 
Bierschwale, Julia 
BiGGERS. Elizabeth 
Bird. Laura 
Blake. Bessie 
Blount. Exa 
Botts. Lillian Fay 



Bra 



. Ma 



Breckenridge. Lorena 
Brown. Amelia 
Bro\vn. Esther 
Bryant, Cla Mai 
Burns, Nell 
Butz, Ada 
Cameron. Helen 
Calderwood. Helen 
Campbell, Pauline 
Capron. Lillian 
Carpenter. Ellen 
Chattin. Dimple 

ChIPERFIELD. ALA.RGARET 

Clement. Louise 
Cleveland, Eunice 
Collins, Clar^a. Louise 
Cooke. Rachel 
Cope, Elizabeth 
Copeland. Caroline 
CoRSBiE. Eth\x 
Coyne, Mary Louise 
Craig, Louise 
Crowley. Archie 
Cruse. Jack 
Daniels. Aline 
Darling. Mercelle 
Davenport. Lilla 
Davis. Bertiedean 
DeShazo. I\L\deline 
DiCKiNS. Miriam 
Dilworth, Alma 
Dole, Mildred 
DuLiN. Nell 
Eaton. Monnie Mae 
Edmun-dson, Julla. Anna 
Edwards. Helen 
Eisner. Catherine 
Evans, Frances 
Faust. ^L\RY 
FoRGY. Ruby 
Foster. Arabella 
Fr.\zier. Louise 

FLT.KERSON. LUCILE 



Regular ^tftletic Club 




Sub-Captain 

Gallaher, Beatrice 
Gajimon, Betty 
Garnett. Martha 
Garrett. Mrs. Robt. D. 

GaUSEPOHL, ^L\RIE 

Gerlacii. Louise 
GiBBs. Bexie 
Goepper, Dorothy 
Good. Mildred 
Grah.\m. Ruth 
Graves. Laura 
Greene, Katherine 
Grizzell. Juanita 
GuNDER, Helen Elizabei 
Hackalvn, Dorothy 
Hagerty. Flossie 
Mainline, Katheryn 
Harper. Phyllis 
Hawes, Florence 
vKiNS, Ruth 



Heh 



, Ml- 



Hicks, Mary Frances 
Hinds, Hattie 
Hoover, Wilma 
House. Annie James 
Howell, Zelma Grace 
Hudson. Bessie 
Humphreys, Jennie 
HuTTON. Violet 
James. Alice K. 
Jarrell. Frances 
Jenkins, Alfreda 
Johnson, Ophelia Franx 
Jones, Ella 



Captain 

Jordan. Judith 
Kerr, Genevieve 
Knight. Ruth 
Knox. Valencia 
Kramer, Corinne 

KUTCHLER, EuLA 

Lanyon. Wilma 
Lefkovitz, Zelna 
Lewis. Lillian 



LUT 



; Ma 



McClure, Eltnk 
McDermott. Ethel 
McDonald, Octa 
MclNNis. May Lou 
McIntosh, Mildred 
McManus. Lois 
Magill. Sarah 
Mahoney. Alice 
Martin. Ethel Jane 
ON, Josephine 



Ma 



, Nin; 



May. Helen Louise 
, Frances 
,L. Elizabeth 
, Sarah 
Miller, Charlene 
Mills, Edna 
Ming. Martha 
Mitchell. Hilda Car 
Montgomery. Frank 
Moore, Annette 
Moore, ^L\belle 



, Ma 



Secretary and Treasurer 

MuLLER, Elizabeth 

MURRELL. Sarah 
Nixon, Luella 
NoojiN. Marguerite 
Norman. Nellie 
Offenhauser, Marjorie 
Overstreet, Ethel 
Palmer. Cora 
Palmer. Doris 
Parkes. Aline 
Patterson. Carmen 
Payne. Ethel 
Peagler, Myra 
Pennewill, Jo 
Pfeffer, Ma 
Pitts. Carolyn 
Pribble, Moyne 
Pritchett, Margaret 
Prickett. Thelma 
Raabe, Louise 
Ramsey. Thelma 
Ray. Lucy 
Reyburn. Lillian 
Rogers, Christine 
Rogers, Elizabeth 
Rogers, SE^L^UE 
Rosendale, Sadie 
RosENSTOCK, Minnie 
Runkle, Evelyn- 
Sag er, Esther 
St. Martin. Alice 
Sargeant. Hannah 
Schl.\nger. Ethel 
Scgtt, Annie Rose 



Scott, 


Ida W. 


Seacl: 


E. Margaret 


Shank 


:s. Alma 


Sherrili.. Grace 


Shipp. 


Ruth 


Simpson. Hazel Mari 


Sims. Sce 


Sloan 


. .Anna May 


Smith, 


Frances 


Smith, 


Luruth 


Smith, 


M.4RY 


Smith, 


Sara 


SPEI.LI 


Ncs. Carrie 


Spiegf 


:i., Gertrude 


Stai-d 


E. Hilda 


SrLWA 


KT, .\NNA Mari 


Strle 


I. Frances 


SUDEK 


iM, Sara E. 


Supp'I^ 


■■ger. Lillian 


SWARTZBAUGH. Mll.DRl 


SVKES, 


, Frances 


Tainti 


ER, Charlotte 


Tarra 


NT. Mildred 


Tavi.o 


r. Ernestine 


Templ 


ETON, Battie 


Thom.j 


iS. Cornelia 


Thoms 


iON, Louise 


Thorn 


;TON, Christine 


Throckmorton, Myr; 


Towns 


;, Mvrtiel 


Trimb: 


le Margaret 


Tl-ttl 


E, Gl.idys 


Twvm, 


IN. Grace 


TWV.M, 


\N, M.\rtha 


\'OLKE 


RDING, \'IRGINIA 



. F.FFiE Pearl 



We 


iLAND, Alice Mar 


Weirick. Maud 


We 


LLER, Elsie 


Wh 


ALEY. Thelma 


Wh 


ITE, Jennie 


Wh 


ITF, LULA MILDRE 


Wh 


itson,'fanalou 


Wn 


.T,L\MS. M.\RION 


Winn, Imogens 


Wo 


i.FE, .Adelyn Jane 


Woi 


OD. Doris 


Wooten, Corinne 


Wr 


IGHT, Lot'ISE 


Wr 


IGHT. Winifred S; 


Wy. 


CHE. KaTYE 



Abney. Evelyn 
Adams, Dorothy 
Adickes. Audrey 
Aldrich, Caroline 
Armiste.ad, Louise 
Baker. Oneita 
Barbee, Margaret 
Bartlett, Mildred 
Bates, Marie 
Baughman, Mary 
Becker. Mildred 
Bell. Gladys 
Berger, Selma 
Biddle. Helen 
Blackman. Mary Book 
Blake. Auban 
Block, Eugenia 
Boston. Susie 
Bowles, Helen 

Breckenridge. Mattie 
Brewer, Clarence Bruce 
Brobst, Dorothy 
Brown, Daisy 
Brown, Hermosa 
Brown. Louise 
BuoL. Katherixe 
Burt. Alice 
Burts, Bess 
Bltzbee, Martha 
Byars, Ethelene 
C alder wood, Ruth 
Campbell, Blanche 
Cannon, Christine 
Carl. Mary 
Carter. Letitia 
Certia, Evelyn 
Clements. Floy B. 
Clover. Mary Agnes 
Coleman. Lois 
Cooke, Adelaide 
Cooper, Juanita 
Cotter, Essie 
Craig, Isabelle 
Cruse. Ruth Annette 
Dann. Alice 
Darnall, Lela 
Davis. Lucile 
DeWitt, Eunice 
Dickinson. Leona 
Dickson. Lucile 
Dodson. Orlean 
Downing, Grace 
Driver. Virginia 
Dutton. Marianne 
Eckles, Dorothy 
Edwards, Gladys 
Edwards. Sarah 
Ely, Miriam 
Fast. Catherine 
Farrow. Martha 
Foshee. Mary 
Foster. Susan 
Frist, Mary Louise 



^antfter ^tijletic Club 




Rui 



Furbee. Ma 
Garber. Bertha 
Garrett. Kather 

Geil. Ida Emelia 
Gerlach, Ma 
Gibbs. M 
Gollihar, Edn 
Goodall. Gillian 
Grah.\m, Elizabeth 
Grassham. Pauline 
Graves. Tullia^ 
Guitar, M 
Hale, Julia 
Hail, Elizabeth 
Hall, Hazel 

Hannah. Evelyn Frances 
Hart. Fannie T. 
Hawkins. Bernice 
Herndon. Lucy 



, Ma 
, Dorothy 
, M 



He 

Hn 

Hii 

HoBBs. Virginia 

Hoffman. Bertha 

Hoffman, Myrtle 

Holmes. Miriam 

HoRST. Marie 

House, Sarah Park 

HoxiE, Hazel 

HULLUMS. CoLEEN 

Hunt, Aubyn 
Irving, Virginia 
Jaenke. Erma 
Jacobs, M 



TON, Elizabeth 
Jones, Frances 
Jordan, Emily 
Keith, {Catherine 
Keithly, Hortense 
Kirkham, Katheryn 
Kraft. Virginia 
Kramer. Catherine 
Lahm. Irene 
Landers. Bernice 
Lawnin, Charlotte 
Lawrence, Ruth 
Lemley. Ruth Mildrf 
Lewis. Marion 
Long. Seawillow 
McBride. Frances 
McCl 
McCr 
McCu 

McGee. Frankie 
McIntosh. May 
Mahan, Vivian 

, Louise 

. AlMEE 



, He 
, Ruth 

. JA 



Ma 

Ma 

Ma 

Mayer, Lorene 

Mays, Pattie 

Meyer. Bernice 

Miller. Alice 

Miller. Charlotte 



Miller. Edith 
Miller, Juliette 
Meinsinger. Charles 
Moore, Dorothy Evn 
Moore. Margaret 
Morris. Edna 
Morrow. Dorothy 
Mundy, Lois 
Murphy, Margaret 
Newman, Helen 
Noleman, Irene 
NuTT. Doris 
Orr. Martha 
Parker, Allene 
Paterson. Agnes 

PaTTON. J E ANNETTE 

Pea 

Peck. Jo 
Pepper, Olive 
Perkins. Elizabeth 
Perkins. G 
Pfeuffer. : 
Postal. Geneva 
Powell, Winnie 
Price, Mildred 
Price, Sterling 
Putnam. Annie 
Ray, Amelia Ne 
Reb 



, Ma 



, Ma 



Reddy, Katheryn 
Reed. Catherine Jane 
Richardson, Mary Emma 
RicHOLT. Pauline 
Roddy. Ellen 
Rogers. Nina 



Rominger, Hallie 
RoREx, Evangeline 
Rosenberg, Bernice 
RoTHE. Joanna 
RuBEL. Helen 
Rutherford, Lou Alice 
Saint Martin, Cidette 
Saunt>ers. Louise 
ScHENK. Virginia 
Scott, Elida 
Screven. MaBond 
Shackleford. Mary 
Sherrill. Claire 



Shu 



, Mil 



, Ma 



Simpson, Nora Bei 
Sinclair, Frances 
Sloan, Elizabeth 
Smith. Bertie 
Smith. Damaris 
Smith. Elizabeth 
Smith, Ka 
Smith, Mh 
Sparks. Martha 
Spicer. Eunice 
Stark, Isabel 
Steele. Annie Marie 
Sumner. Annette 
Swaim. Phyllis 
Tarbet. Bina Celestia 
Tate. Bessie Mae 
Taylor. Ethel 
Terry. Helen 
Thompson. Maybelle 
Tilley, NL\ry 
Trimble. Eunice 
Turner. Elizabeth 
Ullmann. Janet 
Wagner. Juanita 
Waldron. Ruth 
Walker, Katherine 
Walker, Rowena 
Wall, Fay 
Wallace. Helen 
Ward. Anna 
Ward. Elizabeth 
Watkins, Allene 
Weiler. Sylvia 
Weitzel, Rose Adele 
Welch. Mildred 
Wells. Louise 
Wesson. Bedie 
White. Gertrude 
White. Mattie 
Whitesell, Lillian B. 
WiESS. Leuetta 
Wiggins, Dorothy 
Wilton. Florence 
Witherspoon. Dora 
Wolfe, Elizabeth 
Wolfe, Irma 
WooDsiDE. Margaret 
Wright, Esther 
Young. Mabelle 



Alford, Sara 
Allensworth, Minnii; C. 
AsHBY, Mary 
AsHWORTH. Jennie Allien 
Atchison, Emma Morrow 
AuL. Louise 
Austin, Lizzie Lorene 
Baird, Martha 
Bailey, Claire 
Ballentine. Louise 
Beyer, Helen Elizabeth 
, Emily 



^tf)enian ^tftletic Club 



: Ma 



Benedict. Sara Louise 
Bennett. Rosa Lee 
Bergeda, Katie 
Bernstein, Clarence 
Bernstein, Phillip 
Blair, Ione 
Bledsoe. Frances 
Boykin. Pauline 
Bowers, Grace 
Brackin. Ellene 
Brandon, Dorothy Tean 
Bransford, Anne D. 
Brock. Mary Betty 
Brower, Eva Lea 
Brower, Lillian L. 

BUELL. ROCHETTE 

Buchanan. Martha Lynne 
Burton, E. Josephine 
Burton, Margaret 
Bush, Mackiewill 
Carter, Leah 
Carter. Rowena B. 
Carter. Thomas 
Chapman. Ruth 
Clement. Elizabeth 
Clement, Rachel Lee 
CocKRiLL. Mary Harris 
("oGGiNS. Elizabeth 
Cohen. Hazel Lai 
Cole, Josephine 
Compton, Nell 
Conger. Laura 
Cooper, Margaret 
Cotton. Mary Yoxall 
Co\VDEN. Eleanor A. 
Covle. Elizabeth 
Crabtree, Corlyn 
Crawford. Jane Douglas 
Crouch. Angie 
Crutchkield. Rachel 
CuLLOM. Isabella P. 
Currey, Elmira 
Davies. Frances Allen 




s, Ca 



; Ma 



Davis, Sara 
Donegan. Mary Cari 
Douglas, Alberta 
Drake. Elizabeth J. 
DuRY, Katharine N". 
Edwards, Katharine 
Evans, Frances 
Feine, Dorothy 
Farrar, Frances \'al 

Fentress, Alline 



Sub-Captain 

Fisher, Helen 
Fleming, Minnie Luther 
Foster, Ruth 
Fry. Dora Mae 
Fry. Josephine 
Fuller, Elizabeth 
FuscH. Margaret 
Gambill. Julia 
Garth, Sadie 
Gary, Addie Bell 
Gillespie, Mamie Louise 
Gilmer, Nora 
Godwin. Mittie Louise 

GOLDNER. CELIA 

Goldner, Irene 
Goodpasture, Mii 
Govver, Lilla Webb 
Grady, Edith 
Graham, Mabel 
Grainger, Kate 
Gray, Mildred Pu.lo 
Greene, Emai 



Captain 

Hendrick, Louise 
Hetherington, Sara Wa 
Hitchcock, Sara 
Hollinshead, Margaret 
Holman, Lucile 
Hood, Elmo C. 
Hoover. Ida 
Hopkins, Glenn 
Hopkins, Leslie 
Hopkins, Mary Kate 
Hopkins, Sarah 
Hudson, Katherine 
Hudson, Myra 
James, Ruby 
Jennings, Gladys E. 
Jennings, Pauline 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Jones, Carolyn 



, Gather 
, Rub 



W. 



E, M 

Gregory, Joyce 

Grimes, Dorothy 

GUNN, NELI-E 

Hail, Avon 
Hailey, Lucile 
Hall, Carrie Lee 
Hall, Laura 
Halloran, Mary 



Hayes, Annie Lee 
Hays. Martha Houston 
Hendrick, Katheryne 



JONE 
K.VDI 



King, Mary Ethel 
Landis, Linda 
Landis, Lucile 
Landis, Mary 
Lee, Emilene 
Levy. Hazel Lai 
Levy, Leah Belle 
Lewis, Edna Kone 
Lewis, Gertrude 
Lightburne, Louise 
Lilly, Grace Gierrant 
Ltndsley, Dorothy 
LiNDSLEY. Henrietta 
Long, Ruth 

loventhal. dorothy r. 
Lowenstein. Elsie 
LuNSFORD, Julia 
McDonald, Bessie Ally 



Secretary and Treasvrfr 

McKiBBON. Maude E. 
McLean, Virginia 
McMuRRY. Sara 
Mahoney. Mary 
Manning. Clara Burney 



Ma 



Ma 
Ma 

Meiers, Marguerite 
Mendelsohn, Louise 
MiLLiRON, Aubrey Huti 
Minton. Carolyn Mae 
MiZELL, Georgia 
Montgomery. Willabet 
Moody, Fanny 
Moon, Kate 
Morgan, Grace 
Morse. Corinne L. 
Moss. Ruth L. 
MoxLEY. Dorothy E. 
Myers. Annie Sue 
Nathan, Pauline 
Neil, Elizabeth 
Nichols, Hattie 
Nicks, Bessie 
Oakes, Laurel H. 
Ogilvie, Eunice 
Onstott. Mary B. 
Orchard, Beverly 
Owens, Daisy- Ernestin 
Owsley. Ruth 
Peterson, Lucile 
Phillips. Myrtle Clair 
Pitt, Wiletta 
Poindexter. Alice Mar 
Porter, Minnie 

Proctor. Jennei.le 
Regen, Louise 
Regen, Martha 



Roach. II^len 
Roberts Edith S 
Roberts Mar\ Kate 
Rogers \ irg!m\ 
S\NDERs Roble\ 



"^W ACF LrsLIE N 

Sfdberrv Rebecca 

'^CHLEICHTR MARY ACNE 

Sharp Edna 
•^iMON Hazel Lvi 
•^iMON Marion Ja 



Annie S 



Ell 



. Ma 



Skin 

Skh 

Smith Eliz 

Smith Esther Lee 

Smith El dor ■v -Anderson 

Smith Josephine 

Smith Marie 

Smith Mar-\ R 

Smith Roberta 

Stephens Inc_ 

Stfnens Reba 

Stokes Adridnne 

Stratton Annie 

Stratton Mar\ W. 

Talbot". Gene Vance 
Thompson, Frances 
Thuss, Clemence 
Tillman. K-A,thleen 



Truett, Gladys 
Turnbull, Julia 
\'^an Ness, Lucy 
Vaughan. Marth 
Wade. Dorothy 



Ma 



, M 
Y. Ma 



Wa 

Wallis, Eli 'abeth 
Walton, Myreon 
Ware. Gladys 
Warner. Emily 



War 
Wea 

Weakley, Veni 
Webb, Mary 
Webber, Mary Temple 
Webster. Sarah 
Weil. Marie 
Wheeler. Alvie Elizabe 
Wherry. Margaret 
White, Maud 
Whitsitt. Louise 
Whorley, Louella 
Wilkes, Susan H. 
Wilkerson. Dorothy 
Williams. Bessie 
Williamson, Frances 
Wilson. Florine E. 
Winstead. Catherine 
Woolwine, Mildred 
, Reba Lee 
Beatrice 
. Edna 




m<nM^^ 




REGULAR BASKETBALL TEAM 

Poiiils 

Anne Morkis Forward 14 

Sarah M agill Forward 20 

M YRTIEL Towns Jtimping Center 

Dorothy Goepper Side Center 

Pearl Webb Side Center 

Martha Ming Side Center 

Marguerite Noojin Guard 

Ruth Knight Guard 

34 



ATHENIAN BASKETBALL TEAM 

Points 

Roberta Douglas Forward 

Louise Regent Forward 2 

Nell Gunn Jumping Center 

Lee Brower Side Center 

Elizabeth Coggins Side Center 

Mary Agnes Schleicher Side Center 

loNE Blair Guard 

LuELLA Whorley Guard 3 

Lillian Brower Guard 





PANTHER BASKETBALL TEAM 

Poitits 

Janet LTllman Forward 33 

Helen Newman Forward 14 

Juliet Miller Forward 13 

J E ANNETTE Patton Jumping Center 

Lucy Herndon Side Center 

Dorothy Wiggins Side Center 

Lois Coleman Side Center 6 

AuBYN Hunt Guard . . 

Hazel Hall Guard 

66 





REGULAR SECOND BASKETBALL TEAM 



PANTHER SECOND BASKETBALL TEAM 



Hazel Simpson Forward 

Eli Cleveland Forward 

Louise D. Frazier Jumping Center 

Gertrude Spiegel Side Center . . . . 

Sarah Middleton Side Center. . . . 

Mildred Swartzbaugh Guard 

Esther Brown Guard 

Kathryn Hainline Guard 



Mary Carl Fommrd 4 

Agnes Patterson Forward 4 

Isabel Stark Jumping Center 

Juanita Wagner Side Center 

Louise Mallory Side Center 

Eunice Spicer Guard 

Gladys Bell Guard 

Madeline Jacobs Suh 4 

Damaris Smith Suh 

Evangeline Rorex Sub 

May McIntosh Sub 

12 



^toimming jWeet 




PANTHERS 



REGULARS 



jEANNEirEPATTON. 


•)'> 


Dorothy Goepper, . 


CidetteSt. Martin- 


,52 


Betty G.ulmon 


Isabel Stark 


23 


Ruth Knight 


Mildred Shields . . 


20 


Sarah Macill 


Eunice Spicer 


6+ 


Lois McManos 


Juliette Miller, 


10 


Mary L. McInnis . . 


Bernice Hawkins 


" 


DoRRis Wood 

Winnifred Wright. 


Total 


19.) 


Total 



Lois McMani 
Champion 



SWIMMING EVENTS AND WINNERS 



.">0-FOOT Swi 

1 

.3 


Goepper 

McManus 

Patton 




.■jO-Foot Swim on Front- 

1 Wood 

2 McInnis 

3 Miller 


—SfcomI Class 


Plain Dives 

1 

3 


McManus 
St. Martin 
Spicer 




Under Water Swim— 

1 McMamis 

2 Goepper 

3 St. Martin 




Fancy Dive 

1 

3 


McManus 
St. Martin 
Stark 




50-foot s 
.W-foot s 
100-fools 
lOO.foot s 


vim, front. . 
mm. back... 
wim. front. . 
mm. back... 


... .9 second. 
... 14 second 
. . .23 seconds 
. . .31 second 


*One ft. 6 


2 in. further 


than world's a 





oO-FooT Swim on Back — Second Clos. 

1 Wood 
")0-FooT Swim on Back — 

1 Goepper 

2 McManus 
8 Spicer 

1 McManus 

2 Goepper 



IX Rni.AV 
X lOU-Fc 



Rac 



] Regulars 
Swim on Fro> 

1 Goepper 

2 McManus 
'■i Spicer 





Dorothy Goepper 




Makir of Records 


.\I 


Swim for Form — Second Clas 




I Wood 




2 McInnis 




3 Miller 


XII 


Plunge for Distance— 




1 McManus 




2 Goepper 




3 Spicer 


XIII 


100-Foot Swim on B.\ck— 




1 Goepper 




2 McManus 




3 St. Martin 


XIV 


Plain Dive — Second Class — 




I McInnis 




2 Miller 


XV 


Disrobing in Water— 




1 McManus 




2 Spicer 




3 Goepper 


X\I 


Life Saving— 




1 McManus 




2 Goepper 




3 Patton 



. Dorotliy Goepper 
. Dorothy Goepper 
. Dorotliy Goepper 
. Dorothy Goepper 



Plunge for distance . 
Disrobing in water. . 
Under water swim . . 



.43 ft.. 8 in Lois McManus 

.1 min.. 10 sec Lois McManus 

.llSft..6H in Lois McManus* 



Eecoriisi 1915 



Event 
High Jump. . 



TRACK RECORD 

Phce 
Noojin 



.2nd 
3rd 



Owens. . . 
McLemore. 



Form 
. Noojin .... 
. McLemore . 
. Mohler 



Record 
A ft 3-5 in. 





1st 


Noojin 


Noojin 


. .. .6 ft. 5 2-3 in. 


Spring Bo.^rd 


2nd 


McLemore. . . . 


Wood 






3rd 


Wood 


McLemore . . . 






1st 


Noojin 


Noojin 


....7Kft. 


Standing Bo.ard 


2nd 


McLemore.... 


. . . .McLemore. . . 


. . .6 ft. 6>-2 in. 




3rd 


Wood 


Wood 


. . .6 ft. 3K in- 



1st Noojin .... 
.2nd Mcl^emore 
3rd Owens. . . . 



. Noojin. . . . 
. McLem re. 



.26 ft. 3 in. 
.24 ft. 5 in. 



1st Noojin. 
.2nd Mohler. 
3rd Owens, 



. Noojin . 
.Mohler. 
Owens. . 



ALL-ROUND ATHLETE 

' Tennis . — Bctskel-haU- 

Singles Doubles S7i'imming 



Club Varsitv Track 



Noojin 


... 2 


11 


15>-2 


14 


10.5 


147 K 




9 




100 


2 


8 


112 










M \KGi I KITE Noojin 
.4// Round ilhltte 
\\ mner ol I railv 



Regul.krs 

P.\NTHERS 



CLUB POINTS 










- Tennis • 










s Donbles 


S'lUimminf, 


Basket-ball 


Track 


Total 


46 


336 


97 


160 


599 


12 


61 


54 


30 


199 



tKennis; tournament 1915 



Carmichael . 
Owens 



Patton. 
Spence . 



Carmichael . 
Owens 



Prince, Elizabeth 
Wood 

Noojin 

Allen 

Mohler 

Whitesell 

Tysor 

Webb 



Field 

McManus. 



Allen 6-1 

Noojin 6-2 



Tysor 6-2 

Webb 6-3 



Herndon . 
Holbert . . 



Allen 

Noojin 

(Default) 



Tysor 

Webb 

(Default) 



Magill . . . . 
Millhouse . 



McLemore 

Prince, Jordan 



Magill . . . , 
Millhouse. 



Allen. . 

Noojin . 



.6-4 
.6-2 



Magill 

Millhouse . . . 
(Default) 



Allen 6-4 

•Noojin 6-3 





A\i I 



* 











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GYMNASIUM VIEWS 



letters^ atoartreii 



W.-B. LETTERS 



Bess Allen . , Winner of Tennis Tournament (Doubles) igi; 

Marguerite Noojin Athletic Championship, igis 

Winner of Track, 1915 

Winner of High Jump 

Winner of Spring Board 

Winner of Standing Board 

Winner of Hop Step 

Winner of Shot Put 

Winner of Tennis Tournament (Doubles) 1915 



l,ois McManus 

Record — 

Under water swim 
Plunge for distance 
Disrobing in water 

Dorothy Goepper 

Record — 

50-foot swim, front 
.50-foot swim, back 
100-foot swim, front 
100-foot swim, back 



Winner of Swimming Meel 



Lois Coleman 
Hazel Hall 
Lucy Herndon 



PANTHER LETTERS 

Club Basket Ball Team 

AuBAN Hunt 

Juliette Miller 

Helen Newman 



Jeanette Patton 
Janet Ullman 
Dorothy Wiggins 



Dorothy Goepper 
Ruth Knight 
Sarah Magill 



REGULAR LETTERS 
Club Basket Ball Team 

Anne Morris 

Martha Ming 

Marguerite Noojin 



Myrtiel Towns 
Pearl Webb 



Lee Brower 
Lillian Brower 
loNE Blair 



ATHENIAN LETTERS 
Club Basket Ball Team 
Elizabeth Coggins 
Roberta Douglas 
Nell Gunn 



LouiSE Regent 

Mary Agnes Schliecher 

Luella Whorley 




^hm Club 



OFFICERS 

Sea WILLOW Long President 

Bi'.ssiE Blake Secretary 

LiLLLVN Reybukn Treasurer 

Mollii: Either lin<l a path or make one. Colors: Scarlet and liright green. 

Flower: Red Carnation. 



MEMBERS 



Brown, Esther 
BuOL, Katherine 
Bartlett, Mildred 
Blake, Bessie 
Cherry, Evelyn 
Craig, Isabelle 
Coyne, Isabelle 
Ewell, Pauline 
Garrett, Katherine 
(Irassham, I'auline 



GoEPPER, Dorothy 
Hart, Fanny 
Hackett, Lyda 
J.-\coBS, Madaline 
Jarrell, Ada 
Knight, Ruth 
Lahm, Edith 
Long, Seawillow 
MuRRELL, Sara Jane 
Mays, Patt^' 



Powell, Winifred 
Perkins, Gertrude 
Preston, Lou Ann 
Prickett, Thelma 
Rominger, H.yl 
Reyburn, Lillian 
Smith, Bertie 
Smith, Damaris 
SpicER, Eunice 
Simf.son, Ha/.el 



Simpson, Nora Belle 
Tainter, Charlotte 
Throckmorton, Myra 
Ullmann, Janet 
Wall.ace, Helen 
Wells, Louise 
Wiggins, Dorothy 

WOOTEN, CorINNE 
W.VGNER, Iu.\NITA 



Jlotion JJicture— Ecal Hiit in l^arb^elmont 




Reel one hati lo be cm: 

The board would not allow it here. 
It was a scene of getting up, 

A minute, please — then reel two will 
appear. 



II 
The time is eight-thirty. 

It is just before exams. 
Look at our little heroine, 

And see how madly she crams. 



Ill 
The test is taken, 

And we know- our heroine did not fail. 
But now the plot thickens 

As she's absorbed in mail (male). 



ilotion picture Eeal ILife in 1^arb=pelmont 




Reel number four is some hours later, 
The villainess has stalked upon the 
scene, 

And off to gym she's sent, you know. 
Our poor little movie queen. 



Reel number five is flashed upon the 
screen 
Showing home life you can plainly 
see. 
For down across the heroine's back 
Are flowing her tresses a la Theda I 



The climax comes, 

My heart jumps into my throat. 
For alas poor little heroine 

On bananas green does fondly dote. 



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CONSECRATION 

By KATHARINE ATHERTON GRIMES 

Lifl, lift my xoiil— 
Meet thou the light that shafts through western panes, 
Braiding the gloom with gold, until God reigns 
In thee sublime and whole. 
King of thine eager joy and sombre dole. 

Then keys, dear keys, 

Touched by the hands that love thee, tell abroad 

The mystic majesty of Light and God, 
Till heavenly raptures seize 
And on His altars lay the souls of these! 

— Courtesy Southern Woman's Magazine. 



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PROCTORS 

Jordan, Judith Street, Frances 



SWARTZBAUGH, MiLDRED 



Mills, Edna 
Lemley, Ruth 
Blackman, Mary Book 



Clement, Floy 
Knight, Ruth 
Barker, Ama 



MONITORS 

Miller, Charlotte 
McClure, Eunice 
Boston, Susie 



Beasley, Chita 
Coyne, Mary Louise 
Rorex, Evangeline 



Magill, Sarah 
Rogers, Semmie 
Wells, Louise 



CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 
Seniors 
Landers, Berenice McClure, Eunice Blake, Auban 



Certificate 

Cooper, Juanita 
Thornton, Christine 



Reddy, Katharine Moore, Mabelle 

Senior Middle College Irregular 

McDekmott, Ethel Hall, Hazel 

Clement, Floy Kikkham, Katharine 



Junior Middle 



Sophomore 



Preparatory Irregular 



Junior 



Freshman 



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®niteb States; Club 



OFFICERS 

Eunice Spicer President 

Zelma Howell Vice-President 

Katherine Buol Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Sheppe Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Carpenter, Ellen Arizona 

Howell, Zelma Arizona 

McDermott, Ethel Arizona 

AuAMs, Dorothy Colorado 

lldKFMAN, Bertha Colorado 

1 hii'T'MAN, Myrtle Colorado 

Miller, Elizabeth Colorado 

BiiiL, Kathekine Connecticut 

Mart, Fannie Idaho 

Spicer, Eunice Minnesota 

BicKNELL, Helen Nebraska 

Wolfe, Adelyn , Nebraska 

Wolfe, Irma Nebraska 

Sager, Esther . . .-, New Mexico 

Miller, Charlotte Pennsylvania 

Forrest, Marguerite Rhode Island 

Brabham, May South Carolina 

Burns, Nell Virginia 

Garber, Bertha Virginia 



Slahama Cluti 



OFFICERS 

Mabelle Moore President 

Marguerite Noojin Vice-President 

Gillian Goodall Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Lewis Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Bates, Marie Lewis, Marion 

Brown, Louise Moore, Mabelle 

Copeland, Caroline Noojin, Margaret 



CoRSBiE, Ethyl 
DeShazo, Madeline 
Farrow, Mattie Lee 
FosHEE, Mary Wyl 

Goodall, Gillian 
Hagerty, Flossie 
Herndon, Lucy 
Hinds, Hattie 
Jacobs, Madeline 
Lefkovits, Zelna 



Peagler, Myra 
Rebman, Mamie 
Robinson, Leila 
Ida Rogers, Christine 

Sherrill, Claire 
Sherrill, Grace 
Smith, Damaris 
Tarrant, Mildred 
Thomson, Louise 
Thompson, Maybelle 





Srfeangasi Club 

+ + + 

OFFICERS 

Martha Buzbee President 

Louise Mallory Vice-President 

Marjorie Offenhauser Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Cox Spotisor 



Armstrong, Priscili.a 
Berger, Selma 
Block, Eugenia 
Martha, Buzbee 
Clements, Floy 
DicKiNS, Miriam 



MEMBERS 
Driver, Virginia 
Irving, Virginia 
Mallory, Louise 
Meyer, Bernice 
Offenhauser, Marjorie 



Rutherford, Lou Alice 
Sloan, Elizabeth 
Smith, Frances 
Turner, Elizabeth 
Wright, Louise 



California Club 

+ + + 

OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Pruett Presiden! 

Lucy Ray Vice-President 

Amelia Brown Secretary 

Anna Ward Treasurer 

HaDA Mitchell Sergeanl-at-Arms 

Mary Barnett Chairman of Entertainment Committee 

Mrs. Rose Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Barnett, Mary Pruett, Elizabeth 
Brown, Amelia Ray, Lucy 

Mitchell, Hilda Ward, Anna 





Jf loriba Club 

OFFICERS 

Edna Mills President 

Gladys Bell Vice-President 

Aline Daniels Secretary 

Ruth Knight Treasurer 

Miss Charlene Miller Sponsor 

MEMBERS 
Bell, Gladys Mills, Edna 

Daniels, Aline Raabe, Louise 

Knight, Ruth Waters, Lucile 



(Georgia Club 



OFFICERS 

Mary Peacock President 

Florence Hawes Vice-President 

Ethel Overstreet Secretary 

Bernice Rosenberg Treasurer 

Miss Mills Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Ayers, Nell 
Cotter, Essie 
Hawes, Florence 
Knox, Valencia 
Maxwell, Nina 
McCuTCHEON, Louise 
MuNDY, Lois 
NuTT, Doris 



Overstreet, Ethel 
Peacock, Mary 
Pritchett, Margaret 
Rosenberg, Bernice 
Screven, MaBond 
Smith, Kathryn 
Smith, Sara 
Tilley, Mary 





SUmotsi Club 



♦ ♦ ♦ 

OFFICERS 

Dorothy Brobst President 

Catherine Eisner Vice-President 

Lillian Jenkins Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Turner Sponsor 

MEMBERS 
Anderson, Mary Van Jenkins, Lillian 



Bowles, Helen 
Brobst, Dorothy 
BuTZ, Ada 
Cameron, Helen 
Capron, Lillun 
Chipertield, Margaret 
Cope, Elizabeth 
Dickinson, Leona 
Eisner, Catherine 
Geil, Ida 
Gibbs, Marietta 
Good, Mildred 
Greene, Katherine 
Gunder, Helen 
Hackett, Lyda 
Hackman, Dorothy 
Hainline, Katheryn 
Hall, Hazel 
Harper, Phyllis 
Hawkins, Bernice 
Jenkins, Anna May 



Jordan, Emily 
Jordan, Judith 
Kramer, Corinne 
Kutchler, Eula 
Lawnin, Charlotte 
Lewis, Lillian 
Martin, Helen 
May, Helen Louise 
Moore, Vivian 
MuLLiKEN, Frances 
Noleman, Irene 
Patton, Jeannette 
Pennewill, Josephine 
Pfeffer, Margretta 
Price, Mildred 
Sloan, Anna May 
Swain, Phyllis 
Tainter, Charlotte 
Trimble, Margaret 
Ullman, Janet 
Williams, Marion 



Wilton, Florence 



Snbiana Club 



* * 



OFFICERS 

PRANCES SyKES President 

Mahie Horst Vice-President 

Frances Sinclair Secretary 

Marie Gauspohl Treasurer 

Miss Minich Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Bradshaw, Mary 
Brown, Esther 
Certia, Evelyn 
Dole, Mildred 
Faust, Mary 
Gausepohl, Marie 
GoEPPER, Dorothy 
Heinl, Muree 



Hill, Mildred 
Horst, Marie 
Kirkham, Katherine 

MiNESINGER, CARLESTA 

Reed, Catherine Jane 
Sinclair, Frances 
Spiegel, Gertrude 
Sykes, Frances 





Sotoa Club 



OFFICERS 

Esther Wright President 

Evelyn Runkle Vice-President 

WiNNiFRED Wright Secretary 

Agnes Paterson Treasurer 

Mrs. Koelker Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Calderwood, Helen Runkle, Evelyn 

Calderwood, Ruth Smith, Mildred 

Fast, Catherine Wright, Esther 

Paterson, Agnes Wright, Winnifred 



^m&ai Club 



OFFICERS 

Ethel Schlanger President 

Kathryn Reddy Vice-President 

Lela Darnell Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Atwood Sponsor 



MEMBERS 
Campbell, Palxine Reddy, Kathryn 

Darnell, Lela 
Eaton, Monnie 
Evans, Frances Grace 
Holmes, Miriam 
Lanyon, Wilma 
Patterson, Carmen 
Pribble, Moyne 



Reyburn, Lillian 
Schlanger, Ethel 
Simpson, Hazel 
Simpson, Nora Bell 
Stewart, Anna Marie 
Wagner, Juanita 
White, Gertrude 





ilentttcfep Club 



OFFICERS 

Virginia Hobbs President 

Elizabeth Smith Vice-President 

Katherine Barnett Secretary 

Martha Sparks Treasurer 

Mrs. McComb Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Alexander, Lizzie D. 
Baltzer, Thelma 
Barker, Ama Lee 
Barnett, Katherine 
Boston, Susie 
Byars, Ethlene 
Cannon, Christine 
Clement, Louise 
DuLiN, Nell 
EcKLEs, Dorothy 
Edwards, Gladys 
Edwards, Sarah 
FoRGY, Ruby 
Garnett, Martha 
Garrett, Katherine 
Garrett, Mrs. Robt. D. 
Grassham, Pauline 
Hail, Virginia 
Head, Mabel 
Hobbs, Virginia 
Jameson, Alice 



Jones, Mamie 
Kraft, Virginia 
Mahan, Vivian 
Marks, Aimee 
Miller, Alice Leslie 
Orr, Martha 
Palmer, Doris 
Pepper, Olive 
Sargeant, Hannah 
Shropshire, Margaret 

SiMMERMAN, WiNNIE 

Smith, Elizabeth 
Sparks, Martha 
Street, Frances 
Suppinger, Lillian 
Trimble, Eunice 
Volkerding, Virginia 
Walker, Katherine 
Weitzel, Rose Adele 
Welch, Mildred 



Houtisitana Club 

* * * 

OFFICERS 

Erma Jaenke President 

Bertie Smith Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Norris Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Jaenke, Erma Rogers, Semie 

Morris, Edna Saint Martin, Alice 

Norman, Nellie Saint Martin, Cidette 

Prickett, Thelma Smith, Bertie 

Putnam, Annie Wyche, Katye 

Wyche, Minnie 





iWicfiiBan Club 

* * * 

OFFICERS 

Bertine McCrary President 

Geneva Postal Secretary 

Hazel Hoxie Treasurer 

Miss Schoeni Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Gatz, Gertrude McCrary, Bertine 

HoxiE, Hazel Postal, Geneva 

Tuttle, Gladys 



iKtoisigippi Club 



+ 4> + 

OFFICERS 

Christine Thornton President 

Ruth Graham Vice-President 

Evelyn Sillers Secretary and Treasurer 

Mademoiselle Sansot Sponsor 

MEMBERS 
Diggers, Elizabeth Murphey, Margaret 



Burt, Alice 
Clark, Laura 
Fithian, Elizabeth 
Frist, Mary Louise 
Graham, Elizabeth 
Graham, Ruth 
Mahoney, Alice 
McInnis, Mary Lou 
McInnis, Ruth 
Middleton, Sarah 
Montgomery, Frank 



Payne, Ethel 
Pitts, Carolyn 
Richardson, Mary 
RosENSTocK, Minnie 
RuBEL, Helen 
Saunders, Louise 
Sillers, Evelyn 
Sims, Sue 

Taylor, Ernestine 
Thornton, Christine 
Wesson, Bedie 



Young, Mabel 





jMtoouri Club 



OFFICERS 

Martha Ming President 

Louise Wells Vice-President 

LuciLE FuLKERSON Secretary 

Ida Scott Treasurer 

Miss Sisson Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



AiKiNS, Charmian 
AiKiNS, Madeline 
Baker, Oneita 
Bartlett, Mildred 
Bird, Laura 
Breckenridge, Mattie 
Breckenridge, Lorena 
Brown, Hermosa 
Coyne, Mary Louise 
Craig, Isabelle 
Ely, Miriam 
Foster, Arabella 
Foster, Susan 
Fulkerson, Lucile 
Gammon, Betty 
Grizzell, Juanita 
Keithley, Hortense 
Landers, Berenice 



McCluer, Mildred 
McClure, Eunice 
Merrill, Elizabeth 
Ming, Martha 
Murrall, Sarah 
Preston, Lou Ann 
Scott, Elida 
Scott, Ida 

Shackelford, Mary M. 
Stark, Isabel 
Taylor, Ethel 
Walker, Mary 
Wallace, Helen 
Weiler, Sylvia 
Weller, Elsie 
Wells, Louise 
Wiggins, Dorothy 



jMontana Club 

♦ + ♦ 

OFFICERS 

Maud Weirick President 

Marianne Dutton Vice-President 

Helen Newman Secretary 

Frances Jones Treasurer 

BoHNDA Akins Sergeant-at-Arms 

Miss Watkins Sponsor 

MEMBERS 
Akins, Bohnda Jones, Frances 

Dutton, Marianne Newman, Helen 

Weirwick, Maud 





01iio Club 



+ + 



OFFICERS 

Mildred Swartzbaugh President 

Sadie Rosendale Vice-President 

Eunice Dewitt Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Applebee Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Becker, Mildred 
BiDDLE, Helen 
Carl, Mary 
Clover, Mary 
Collins, Louise 
DeWitt, Eunice 
Hill, Dorothy 
Kramer, Katherine 
Lahm, Edith 



Lahm, Irene 
Lawrence, Ruth 
Lemley, Ruth 
Perkins, Elizabeth 
Perkins, Gertrude 
Rosendale, Sadie 
Smith, Mary 
Swartzbaugh, Mildred 
Wood, Doris 



#felaf)oma Club 



OFFICERS 

CoRlNNE WooTEN President 

Letitia Carter Vice-President 

Louise Gerlach Secretary 

Laura Graves Treasurer 

Marcelle Darling Sergeant-at-Arms 

Mrs. Adams Sponsor 



Abernathy, Rachel 
Carter, Letitia 
Darling, Marcelle 
Downing, Grace 
Gerlach, Louise 
Gerlach, Marie 



MEMBERS 

Graves, Laura 
Graves, Tullia 
Hudson, Besse 
HULLUM, Coleen 
Jones, Ella 
Martin, Ethel Jane 



McIntosh, May 
McIntosh, Mildred 
Morrow, Dorothy 
Ramsey, Thelma 
Throckmorton, Mvra 
Whaley, Thelma 

WOOTTEN, CoRINNE 





Ktmt^^n Club 



OFFICERS 

Sarah Magill President 

LiLLA Davenport Vice-President 

Orlean Dodson Secretary 

Cornelia Thomas Treasurer 

Miss Morrison Sponsor 



Adams, Florecne 
Aldrich, Caroline 
Armistead, Louise 
Barbee, Margaret 
Barton, Carrie 
Beasley, Chita 
Blackman, Mary Book 
Blake, Bessie 
Blount, Exa 
Bryant, Ola Mai 
Chattin, Dimple 
Cleveland, Eunice Eli 
Conyers, Myrtle 
Cooke, Adelaide 
Cooke, Rachel 
Cooper, Juanita 
Dann, Alice 
Davenport, Lilla 
Davis, Bertiedean 
Dodson, Orlean 
Ewell, Pauline 



MEMBERS 

EwiNG, Llewellyn 
Frazier, Louise 
Gallaher, Beatrice 
Hale, Julia 
Hannah, Evalyn 
House, Annie James 
House, Sara Park 
HuTTON, Violet 
Jarrell, Frances 
Johnston, Elizabeth 
Jones, Lonnie Maples 
Keith, Catherine 
Killebrew, Helen 
Killebrew, Martha 
Luten, Cantie Mai 
Magill, Sarah 
Martin, Ruth 
McDonald, Octa 
McManus, Lois 
Miller, Charlene 



Palmer, Cora 
Parks, Allein 
Price, Sterling 
Ray, Amelia 
Roddy, Ellen 
Rodgers, Elizabeth 
Seagle, Margaret 
Shipp, Ruth 
SuDEKUM, Sara 
Tarbet, Bina 
Thomas, Cornelia 
Walker, Edith 
Webb, Pearl 
Webb, Iris 
Weber, Annie 
Whitesell, Jessie 
Whitesell, Lillian Bird 
Whitson, Fanalue 
Winn, Imogen 
Yell, Annie Lowe 



Cexag Clut) 



♦ ♦ + 

OFFICERS 

Louise Craig President 

Frances McBride Vice-President 

Audrey Adickes Secretary 

Jennie White Treasurer 

Miss Hefley Sponsor 



Abney, Evelyn 
Adams, Cecilia 
Adickes, Audrey 
Blake, Auban 
Beal, Elizabeth 
Bierschwale, Julia 
BoTTS, Fay 
Brewer, Clarence B 
Brown, Daisy 
BuRTS, Bess 
Campbell, Blanche 
Coleman, Lois 
Craig, Louise 
Cruse, Jack 
Cruse, Ruth 
Crowley, Archie 
Davis, Lucile 
Dickson, Loucile 
Dil worth. Alma 
Edmundson, Julia 
Edwards, Helen 
Gibbs, Rebecca 
Gollihar, Edna 
Guitar, Mary 
Hawkins, Mary 
Hicks, Frances 
Hoover, Willma 
Humphreys, Jennie 
Hunt, Aubyn 



MEMBERS 

Jarrell, Ada 
Jenkins, Alfreda 
Johnson, Ophelia 
Kerr, Genevieve 
Long, Seawillow 
Mason, Josephine 
Matthews, Janet 
Mayer, Frances 
Mayer, Lorene 
Mays, Pattie 
McBride, Frances 
Miller, Edith 
Miller, Juliette 
Moore, Annette 
Moore, Elizabeth 
Moore, Evelyn 
Moore, Margaret 
Morris, Anne 
Nixon, Luella 
Parker, Allene 
Peck, Josephine 
Pfeuffer, Frances 
Powell, Winnie 
Richolt, Pauline 

ROMINGER, HaLLIE 

Rorex, Evangeline 
Rothe, Johanna 
Scott, Annie Rose 
Shanks, Alma 



Smith, Laruth 
Spellings, Mayberry 
Staude, Hilda 
Steele, Annie Marie 
Sumner, Annette 
Tate, Bessie Mae 
Templeton, Betty 
Terry, Helen 
Thomas, Cornelia 
Towns, Myrtiel 
Twyman, Grace 
TwYMAN, Martha 
Waldron, Mary 
Waldron, Ruth 
Walker, Thelma 
Walker, Rowena 
Wall, Fay 
Ward, Elizabeth 
Watkins, Allene 
Weiland, Alice 
White, Jennie 
White, Mattie 
White, Mildred 

WiESS, LUETTA 

WiTHERSPOON, Dora 
Wolfe, Elizabeth 
WooDsiDE, Margaret 
Young, Lenore 





Mesit Vitqink Cluti 

♦ + + 

OFFICERS 

Margaret Furbee President 

Mildred Shields Vice-President 

Frankie McGee Secretary 

ViRGimA ScHENK Treasurer 

Miss Ross Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

FuRBEE, Margaret Schenk, Virginia 

McGee, Frankie Shields, Mildred 



Ballasi Club 



* ■*• * 

OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Wolfe President 

Alice Weiland . . '. Secretary 

Alma Shanks Treasurer 

Miss Hefley Sponsor 



Blake, Auban 
Coleman, Lois 
Hunt, Aubyn 
Mason, Josephine 
McBride, Frances 
Rorex, Evangeline 
Shanks, Ai.ma 



MEMBERS 

Sumner, Annette 
Templeton, Betty 
Terry, Helen 
Waldron, Mary 
Waldron, Ruth 
Weiland, Alice 
Wolfe, Elizabeth 





iSas^tbtUe Club 



OFFICERS 

LuELLA Wborley President 

Pauline Nathan Vice-President 

Martha Vaughn Secretary and Treasurer 

Louise Regen Sergeant-at-Arms 

Miss HEtXEY Sponsor 



Alford, Sara 
AsHWORTH, Jennie 
Atchison, Emma 
AuL, Louise 
Bailey, Claire 
Baird, Martha 
Benedict, Louise 
Bennett, Rosa Lee 
Brackin, Ellene 
Brandon, Dorothy 
Brower, Eva Lee 
Brower, Lillian 

BUELL, ROCHETTE 

Clement, Elizabeth 
CocKRiLL, Mary 
CoGGiNS, Elizabeth 
Cole, Josephine 
Conger, Laura 
Cooper, Margaret 
CoYLE, Elizabeth 
Crabtree, Corlyn 
Crawford, Jane D. 

CULLUM, IsABELLE 

Davies, Frances 
Fain, Dorothy 
Farrar, Frances 
Fisher, Helen 
Fleming, Minnie Luther 



MEMBERS 

Gambill, Julia 
Garth, Sadie 
Gary, Addie Bell 
Gilmer, Nora 
Grainger, K/\te 
Hail, Avon 
Hailey, Lucile 
Hall, Carrie Lee 
Harvey, Sylla 
Hays, Martha 
Hendrick, Louise 
Hetherington, Sara 
Hollinshead, Margaret 
holman, lucile 
Hoover, Ida 
Hopkins, Mary Kate 
Hudson, Katherine 
Hudson, Myra 
Landis, Linda 
Lee, Emilene 
LiNDSLEY, Dorothy 
LiNDSLEY, Henrietta 
Long, Ruth 

Marshall, Mary Belle 
McDonald, Bessie 
McMurry, Sara 
Moss, Ruth 



Myers, Annie Sue 
Nathan, Pauline 
Neil, Elizabeth 
Orchard, Beverly 
Peterson, Lucile 
Regen, Louise 
Roach, Helen 
Satterfield, Vera 
Schleicher, Mary Agnes 
Sharp, Edna 
Smith, Josephine 
Stratton, Mary 
Talbot, Vance 
Tillman, Kathleen 
Tillman, Mary 
TiPPENS, Sallye 
Thompson, Frances 
Van Ness, Lucy 
Vaughn, Martha 
Warren, Margaret 
Weil, Marie 
Whorley, Louella 
Williams, Bessie 
Williamson, Frances 
WooLwiNE, Mildred 
Yeatman, Reba Lee 
Zander, Beatrice 




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The new pastry cook must be in love. He is making kisses 
in the shape of hearts. 



How doth the gentle launderer 
Search out the weakest joint, 

And always scrape the buttons oH, 
At the most strategic point? 



They walked among the shredded wheat, 

When grape-nuts were in season; 
Said he to her, "Why so sweet?" 
"Oh, please, sir — There's a Reason." 



There was a young lady named Pruett, 

Who on every subject she knew it. 

So strong was our belief 

We made her Editor-in-Chief 

Because we knew it — Miss Pruett could do it. 



Gertrude — "Why did you flunk that exam? 
M.\RIE HoRST — "I can't think." 



Irene N. — "Girls, I gotta gym slip, Saturday school slip, 
and a practice slip to-day." 

Mabel Y. — "Say, Irene, I'd give them all the slip if I were 
you." 

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Dean Cox (in chapel) — "And now, young ladies, we will 
celebrate the birthday of the father of our country' — Abraham 
Lincoln." 



LAURA! L.-\URA! WHERE'S LAURA? 



Frances S. — "Do you still walk in your sleep?" 
Louise M. — "No, I take carfare to bed with me." 



Miss Ross (in English D) — "In what direction is the River 
Rhone flowing?" 

Jessie VVhitesell (with an inspiration) — "D-d-d-own-n." 



Seniors have a new way of counting grades on papers- 
A — Awful. 
B— Bum. 
C — Corking. 
D— Dandy. 
E — Excellent. 



A M.iiD There W.\s 

A maid there was who made her prayer 

Perhaps as you or I, 
To a lady of beauty and intellect rare, 
Slender and strong and with raven-black hair 
But the bashful maid she really did scare 

By even the wink of an eye. 

Oh the time we waste and the tears we waste. 

And the toil of our head and hand. 
Belong to Miss Sisson in gymnasium class 
Who rewarded our efforts with only a "pass" 
And did not understand. 



A hint to the Freshmen — 
Success comes in CANS. 
"The elevator to success is not running, take the stairs.' 




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WHERE IS DR. BLANTON ? 




Dr. Blanton bought a Ford 
In which to "spin" his wife. 

Now do you tliink that she will ride, 
Or does she value more her life? 

The Ford he'll take upon the road 
And make it jump and lurch and hop, 
But, suppose, young ladies dear. 
That he should forget — how to stop? 



A Proposition 

Girls come to school to improve their faculties. 
The teachers are the faculties. 

Conclusion: Girls come to school to improve their teacliers 

— Exchange. 



Dam.\ris Smith's Poem 
Roses are red, 

Violets are blue. 
But there's no one so sweet 

Dear Laura as you. 



Senior Privileges 

I. All Seniors may burn one three-inch candle fifteen minutes 

after light bell. 
II. Kach of them is expected to take a weekly plunge, Friday 
night, between the hours of 7:45 and 8:30. 

III. The said individuals are allowed to walk six inches behind 

their chaperons while shopping. 

IV. Permission is granted them to pay their own carfare to and 

from church on Sundays. 
V. Seniors may serve themselves at the tables so long as it is 
done in moderation. 
VI. They will be given walking privileges if they do not take the 
advantage of indulging in turkey trots or pigeon walks. 
VII. Callers may be received once a week, provided that the 
young lady is a walking encyclopedia, that no excess 
laundry is due, that a Freshman does not beat her to 
the parlor, and the young gentleman has a pedigree 
passed by the national board of censorship. 



I..\UR.\ H.\D .\ Little Crush 

(IIVHi Apologies lo" Mary") 

Laura had a little crush. 

Its mind was blank as snow; 

And everywhere that Laura went, 
D. Smith was sure to go. 

One Saturday it followed her to school. 
Which was against the rule. 

It made the girls all laugh and play. 
To see a crush at school. 

And so Miss Hefley turned it out, 

But still it lingered near, 
And waited patiently about, 

Till Laura did appear. 







FIDliHTV HALL 



FAITH AND FRIENDSHIP HALLS 
SOUTH FRONT 



FOUNDERS HALL 




FAVORITE POINT ON THE CAMPUS 



Which Aue \'ui'? 

Everybody is in our plight; 
Nobody seems to be just right. 
Why try to be happy when 
You must be too fat or too thin? 
Starving, not a bite can you eat, 
Exercise until you fall off your feet, 
I tell you life is no merry round 
When you live in terror of a pound. 
It's just as bad when you're too thin, 
Drink enough water to drown you in. 
Eat worlds of this, and none of that 
iVIaybe you'll gain an ounce of fat. 
Yet in spite of all we can do 
I'm fatter and you're thinner, too. 
Now I'll tell you what I believe; 
Draw near, this wisdom to receive: 
If you're thin, then thin you'll be 
If you're fat — ju.'.t look at me! 



Freshm.\n — "Are you a Senior?" 

Senior — "Yes." 

Freshman — "Well, I ha\en't seen-yer shield.' 




WINIFRED! ~AT?CniBALIir 

THECDCKRDACH TWINS. 



LOOSK-LEAF SYSTEMS 

McQUIDDY 

PRINTING COMPANY 



OFFICE OUTFITS FILINC; DEVICES 

DESKS AND CHAIRS LITHOGRAPHINC; 
BINDING, ENGRAVING ElVIBOSSINCi 

STATIONERY YEAR BOOKS CATA- 

LOGS PAMPHLETS BLANK BOOK 

MAKERS 

317-319 Fifth Avenue, North 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 




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Founded on Service in iS/4 



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—TO EXTEND ITS SERVICE TO NEW AND 
FURTHER BOUNDS 

—TO KEEP IT FILLED WITH MERCHAN- 
DISE^NEW AND WORTH WHILE 

—AND IN OUR PRINTED AND SPOKEN 
WORD TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT IT 



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This is our purpose. It isn't lost sight of in a single transaction. 
True, it leads one to expect more of this store — and it leads us 
to do more. 




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The South's Style Center= 




For Ready- to -Wear 



Founded on Service in 1874 



AFTER ALL, THERE'S NO OTHER STORE QUITE SO 
WELL PREPARED TO MEET THE EXACTING STYLE- 
DEMANDS OF YOUNG WOMEN AND ESPECIALLY THOSE 
WELL INFORMED. FOR A STORE TO STAND IN GOOD 
STEAD. IT MUST BE A STEP FORWARD IN MATTERS OF 
FASHION 



Having direct buying connections in those cities where stj'le 
originates, gives us a distinct advantage in being able to show 
the new things first, at all times. Yet prices are always moderate 



Whenever you hear of a new idea in blouses, 
negligees, hosiery, or underwear, we have it, 
often sooner than you hear of it. You will 
b e reminded of the little shops along the Rue 
De La Paix when you wallc into our sho p. 

ImpoeiT£II 




G&vfts 



Perfectly Clarified, Aerated, Pasteurized 

MILK, CREAM AND BUTTERMILK 

in Sterilized Bottles 

"NASHVILLE" MADE BUTTER 
BEST ON THE MARKET 

AND 

SERVICE UNEXCELLED 

Nashville Pure Milk Co. 



Hemlock 346 and 347 



15th and Broadway 



WEAKLEY & FRAZER 



HIGH CLASS WALL PAPER AND 
SPECIAL DRAPERIES 



170 Eighth Ave., N. NASHVILLE, TENN. 



]]'E ARE SOLE AGENTS OF THE 

''Mar-Hof 
Middy Suits 



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6i/ Church St. 



SffOP 

NASHVILLE 




JUR BUYERS are always in 
^ the field with orders to go 
quickly wherever fashion 
shows her face, to capture the 
newest and best she has for our 
Nashville friends 








Importers, Originators and Creators of 

EXQUISITE 
MILLINERY 



AUTHENTIC HATS 

FOR 

Receptions, Dinners, Dances and all Social 

Activities — They're the Universal Choice 

of the Critical 



— And the Flowers Were From 



JOY'S 



Inseparable is the Recollection of 
THAT BOUQUET 

From the Tender Memories of 
SWEET GRADUATION DAYS 



We especially welcome the opportunity to 
furnish flowers for an occasion as important 
to every young lady as her 

Graduation from College 



Vou Will Always Pleasantly Remember 
The Flowers From Joy's 




SHOW ROOMS OF 

Brandon Printing Company 



NASHVII_I_E 



SEE 

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MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY KIND OF 
COLLEGE PRINTING — DESIGNING— ENGRAVING 
SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STATIONERY 
DIPLOMAS — INVITATIONS —ANNOUNCEMENTS 



Draughon's Practical Business Colleges 

Established twenty-five years; Colleges in eighteen States. Indorsed by business men from Maine 
to California. POSITIONS SECURED. For free catalogue which shows locations of these Colleges, 
rates of tuition, etc., write 

DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, 
Nashville, Tennessee 



The Draughon Training Did It. 

A. M. Pike, Assistant Cashier Springfield (Tenn.), National Bank, writes: "The 
Draughon Training procured for me an offer to take charge of a set of books, at a salary 
of $1,500.00 a year, from a firm that knew nothing concerning my business qualifica- 
tions, except the fact that I was Draughon-trained." 



LEARN BY MAIL 

Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Banking, Penmanship, English, Arithmetic, Business 
Letter Writing, Commercial Law, and Business Forms. MONEY BACK if not 
satisfied on completing the course. For prices on Home Study, 
write Draughon's Home-Study College, Nashville, Tenn. 

DID IT PAY? 

E. J. Stauffer, Cashier, First National Bank, Mulberry Grove, 111., writes: "If it HAD NOT 
been for Draughon's Home-Study Bookkeeping, I might not have been able to fill this position." 

B. H. Wilkinson, Manager Bloom Clothing Company, Lead, S. D., writes: "While clerking in a 
general store at $25 a month, I took Draughon's Home-Study Bookkeeping. On completing it, I ac- 
cepted a position with this firm as bookkeeper at $100 a month. I am now making $125 a month. I 
owe my success to Draughon's Home Study." 

H. H. Burroughs, Bookkeeper for Wachovia Bank and Trust Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, 
writes: "Draughon's Home Study increased my salary 500 per cent." 

Miss Bessie J. Clark, Stenographer for Bank of Conway, Conway, Ark., writes: "I recommend 
Draughon's Home-Study Course. . . . My salary has been trebled since I took a Draughon course." 



Established 1867 "The Strongest Fire Insurance Agency in Nashville" 

Davis, Bradford & Company 

INSURANCE 






American National Bank NASHVILLE, TENN. 

CxcluSibe iHarinello ^t)op 

173 8th Avenue, N., Nashville, Tenn. 
LICENSED SHOP AND OPERATORS 

ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYSIS 

Facial Massage Warts and Moles Removed 

INSTANTANEOUS BLEACH HOT OIL AND PRISMATIC RAY FOR SCALP 

For Sun, Tan and Freckles HAIR DRESSING 

ASTRINGENT MASK SHAMPOOING 

Large Pores and Oily Skin MANICURING 

WRINKLE TREATMENT EXPERT CHIROPODIST 
ACNE TREATMENT 

For Pimples and Black-Heads 

iWrfl!. Hatfjerpn ©E?|art Mti. Csitclle ilotoington 




To the Pupils of Ward -Belmont, 

THEIR PARENTS AND THEIR FRIENDS: 

We take this opportunity of thanking you for the patronage conferred upon us; 
and to assure you that we will try to merit a continuance of the same by giving our 
personal attention to your needs at all times. 



Our Special Lines are: 
SUITS, COATS, DRESS- 
ES, WAISTS, SKIRTS, 
MILLINERY AND FUR- 
NISHINGS for WOMEN 
MISSES and CHILDREN 

Rugs, Draperies, Dress 
Goods, Silks, Corsets, 
Boy's Clothing, Men's 
Wear. 



WE WANT YOU ONE AND ALL to feel as if you 
were part owners of this store — that it is your store 
as well as ours — and a safe place to trade. 

1[ Make it your shopping center, your down-town 

meeting place, patronize its Rest Room, in which 

are inviting chairs, stationery, etc. It is for you and 
your friends. 

^ You will find Cain-Sloan's absolute correctness in 
every detail of fashion, is an established feature of our 
ready-to-wear garments. Individuality and extreme 
moderation of price are two other features of which 
we are proud. 




Fifth Avenue 



NASHVILLE 



WE TELL IT AGAIN 



WE SPECIALIZE ON 



School Pins, Invitations 
Cards and Medals 




Jensen, Herzer & Jeck 

Leading Jewelers 



602-604 Church Street 



Telephone Main 872 



We Lead 



with the largest assortment of im- 
ported perfumes and toilet articles 
and fancy sundries of all kinds. Our 
assortment is the largest in the South. 

^We always obtain everything new 
that comes out, both imported and 
American. 

*[We cordially invite the patrons of this 
publication to call and have our sales- 
men show you the many delightful 
perfumes and items. 



Send your mail orders when in 
need of anything in our Hne. 



DeMovilh Drug Company 

Corner Church Street a\d Fourth Avenue 
West End and Sixteenth Avenue 









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FORMERLY WITH 
THUSS 




A^\^y^ CHURCH ST. 



EVERYONE AT 



Ward -Belmont College 

K'NOWs That "JOSEPH" is Synoni- 

Mous With Everything That's Up- 

to-Date in 

Millinery 



AND 



Blouses 



It is Easy, Therefore, to Under- 
stand Why So Many "JOSEPH" 
Hats and Blouses Are Worn by 
Them 

THERE'S A REASON 




MILLINERV 

181 EIGHTH AVE.. N. 
Located in the old "Ward Seminary" Bldg. 



A. Ber^eda & Bro. 

One Price Jewelers 
610 Church St. 



DIAMONDS 

ARTISTIC JEWELRY 

GORHAM SILVERWARE 

STANDARD WATCHES, ETC. 

We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage 



Telephone Main 2002 



J. S. GLENN 




E. KIRKPATRICK 



205 Union St. 



Wm. Litterer, Ph.C, M. D. 

Professor Bacteriology, Vanderbilt University 
Bacteriolo^st for State of Tennessee 



We could write pages 
-^ about the methods used 
in Hermitage Laundry 
and fail to say what Prof. 
Litterer has made |so 
plain in such few words. 

tflT We can only add that 

our service of delivery — 

our courtesy, etc. — is on the same high plane as the sanitary 

and modern methods of laundering employed inside our plant. 



UPTOWN OFFICES 

405 Union Street and 

8 Arcade 



Hermitage Laundry 

" The Home of Complete Sanitation " 

N. p. Lb SUEUR, President SAM S.WOOLWINE, Gen'l M£r. 



11G.118 Fifth Avenue, S. 
Main 4932-3-1 



506 Church St. 



401 Public Square 



Warner Drug Co. 



NASHVILLE, TENN. 



DRUGS, PRESCRIPTIONS, SUNDRIES 

PERFUMES 
Coty's, Roger & Gallet's, Houbigant's 

TOILET REQUISITES 

Soaps, Manicure Supplies, Powtjers, Tints, Creams 

Sodas, Stationery, Candies 

"Warner's — That's All'I 



OF COURSE YOU SWIM, YOU RIDE, YOU DAX'CE, 
YOU TAKE WALKS, BUT DO YOU WEAR THE 
PROPER CORSET FOR THE DIFFERENT OCCA- 
SIONS? THERE IS A MADAME IRENE CORSET 
DESIGNED FOR EVERY DIFFERENT OCCASION. 
SCIENCE DEMANDS THAT FOR YOUR HEALTH 
AND COMFORT YOU WEAR THE PROPER MODEL 
Scientifically Fitted by Mrs. Elizabeth Bovvyer 



I-MPORTgR 




GewNS 



QUR (1916) Styles are quite 
^-^ the smartest showing of 
Footwear ever produced — and at 
Moderate Prices 



Maxwell House Shoe Co. 

Established 1869. Telephone Main S21 
517 CHURCH STREET 



Thompson & Co. 

FIF"1H AVENUE, NASHVILLE, TENN. 



The newest Silks, White and 

Colored Marquisette in plain 

and embroidered styles 

White Mulls, Cambrics, Ba- 
tistes and Linens 

SILK HOSE A SPECIALTY 



CORSET FITTING A SPECIALTY HERE 



White Trunk & Bag Co. 

Trunks and 

Leather Goods 



Store: 609 Church St. 
Factory: West Nashville, Tennessee 






VIEW (II- I'h.MHKOKl- 




Church St. — Seventh Ave. — Capitol Boulevard 



"Your Store^^ 

Make it Your Meeting 
Place When in Town! 



We are delighted to find daily so many 
Ward-Belmont girls in our midst! You 
are as welcome as the flowers in May — 
whether you come to "buy" or not — 
meet your friends here — make it — as we 
want it to be— YOUR STORE! 



Meeting Your Requirements In New and Worthy 
Merchandise Is Our Purpose 

The vigorous and substantial growth of this store — the public's con- 
fidence — the fact that quality has always been put before price — 
all of these have combined to make Castner's the favorite shopping 
place for Nashville's discriminating public. 



"The 'Best, No Matter W^hat the Trice'' Our Slogan 



W.M. HOLBROOK TELEPOHNES J. \V. MCCLELLAN 

STORE, MAIN 74G MARKET, MAIN 247 

^t)e putter anb 
J^oultrp J^eople 



NASHVILLE, TENN. 
Stall, 04 Market House Store, 321 Broad St. 





Fine ''Heady-to-Wear'' for 
Women and Misses 

u 

liobert Lyh 

183 Eighth Avenue, North {Old Ward School Chapel) 



Gray & Dudley Hardware Co. 

Second i\nd Third Avenues, Nashville 



Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retailers of 

Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Saddlery 

Cutlery, Housefurnishings 

Athletic Goods, Etc. 



WALL TAPER 

WRIGHT BROS. & TURNER 

303 Fifth Ave., N. Telephone M. 2571 
Nashville, Tenn. 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS 

T/CWRE FRAMES 



\o Garment You Wear Requires- the Same 
Amount of Artistic Skill to Perfect as Your 
Tailored Suit. That You May Obtain the Ulti- 
mate IN Tailoring We Have at Your Service a 
Highly Efficient Staff of Men Tailors Com- 
bined With the Artistic Designing Abilities of 



MRS. MAURICE WEINBERGER 



Importer. 




Govins 



Standard Music 
Company 

(Arcade Music Shop) 

ANYTHING IN 
SHEET MUSIC 

FOR MUSIC TEACHER, MUSIC 
STUDENT AND MUSIC LOVER 

Headquarters for the Late Musical Comedy and 
Popular Hits 

Phone Main 2886 38 Arcade Nashville, Tenn. 



THE B. H. STIEF 
JEWELRY CO. 



Diamond Merchants 
Silversmiths, Stationers 
Opticians and 
Jewelers 



Stief's Corner, Church Street and 
Capitol Boulevard 



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



CuUoiti & Ghertner 
Company 

PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS 



311 Fifth Ave., North Telephone Main 203 and 1531 

Nashville, Teniiessee 



There are times when you simply crave 
a dress that is different, one that be- 
spealfs your personality, a dress that 
holds you aloof from the throng, that 
creates individuality. That is the time 
to call on our dress-making department, 
one fitting i s a 1 1 that i s necessary. 



Importer 




GewNS 



ESTABLISHED 1885 




C. W. JENNINGS, Phoprieiok 



COME ACROSS 



Church Street and Seventh Ave., N. 
Phones 1168-1169-1170 Main 



Make Yourself at Home in Our Store 

^T Lar^e and M^ell- 
^^selected stock of 
suits, coats, skirts, 
waists, corsets and 
millinery 

Armstrong's 

219 Fifth Ave., North 



GEO. R. CALHOUN & CO. 



LEADING 



Jewelers, Silversmiths, Opticians 



WARD-'BELMONT COLLEGE 
JEWELRY ^ STEC/ALTV 



5th Ave., Cor. Union St. 



NASHVILLE 



Fifty Years of Brick Making 

The Only Hydraulic Press Brick 
Manufacturers in the South 

ALL GRADES AND SHADES OF FACING BRICK 
COMMON BUILDING BRICK 

W. G. BUSH & COMPANY 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 



BUSH BUILDING 
COMPANY 



BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 
IN BRICKWORK 



Nashville Tennessee 



WE HAVE SPECIALIZED in the pro- 
duction of College Annuals, Catalogs, 
Invitations, etc. — producing Annuals 
for such institutions as Vanderbilt 
University, Tulane University, North Carolina 
State Normal, Tennessee College, University 
of Alabama, Winthrop Normal and Industrial 
College and many others — over 15 annuals 
produced in 1915. Samples and prices sent 
upon request. 



136 Fourth Ave., North 



NASHVILLE, TENN. 



'Bernstein & Co. 

512 Church Street 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 



Ward-Belmont College Girls Given 
special attention for all 

JEWELRY WANTS 



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Vou want first-class MEAT 

you can rest assured 

that we have it 



Mlex Wdtnet & Son 

STALL 17 MARKET HOUSE 



Thone us when you want it again 



Say Girls- 



When you get back home, mail 
us your Kodak Pictures. We will 
give you best work, lowest prices, 

QUICKEST SERVICE 



WILES KODAK & 
PICTURE SHOP 

27 ARCADE 



C.T. Cheek & Sons 



Wholesale 
Groceries 




No. 1 Cummins Station 



©allag ill. Viiimi 

art ^tore 

28 Arcade, Nashville, Tenx. 



WE CARRY THE FOLLOWING 

Artist Materials Embroidery Materials 

Oil and Water Colors College Pennants and 
Stencil Outfits Pillows 

Picture Framing Hashburg Roman Cold 

WALTER L. TANNER 

Proprietor Artist Materials Department 




No store in the entire South shows so large or complete 
a stock of FURNITURE as this store. Selected with 
great thought as to Style and Durability 

"WE FURNISHED WARD-BELMONT" 

MONTGOMERY & COMPANY 

Fifth Avenue and Union Street 



BAIRD-WARD 
PRINTING CO. 



WBIWIJIIIU,IIIHBIi 



Specializing in 



PUBLICATIONS 
CATALOGUES 
BOOKLETS 




150-152-154 Fourth Avenue, North 
Nashville, Tenn. 



|e coulb not tabe publtsitjeb 
"iWilesitonesi" toitljout our 
abbertt£>ers;. #trl£i, if pou toant 
to finb tt)t htat frienbsi pou ijabe, 
rtab tl)c abbertigemcntsi, anb rc^ 
member ti^tm next pear. 




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DELICIOUS HOME-MADE 
GOODIE/ 



©e 



PER POUND 

We Pay Parcel Post Charges and Insurance 



DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE/ 
AND BON BON/ 



PER POUND 

All Size Packages' 



«_^fe4SSORTED Caramels, 
Caramel Biscuits, Divinity 
Fudge, Fruit and Nut Kisses, 
Klondikes, Nut Balls, Assorted 
Taffies, Cream Mints, Toasted 
Marshmallows, Butter - Scotch 
and numerous other numbers, 
assorted in l, 2, 3, 4, and 5- 
pound boxes. .• ,•. •,' .'. ■.■ 
No agent can furnish this kind 



TRY ONCE AND YOU'LL 
BUY OFTEN 



HLew 



NASHVILLE 



TENNESSEE 



TRY ONCE AND YOU'LL 
BUY OFTEN 



J. M. Jacobus 



Henry D. Weinbaum 



Mrs. Mollie C. Trinum 




^i^Algii^ 



406 UNION STREET, 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 



Garments Ready-to-Wear for Ladies and Misses. 
Always showing Classy Garments at Moderate Prices. 

"See us before buying." 





Wonderful China and Glass 




\'ISIT to our unique store will be a pleasure to lovers of fine china and glassware. The 
\ariet\-, beauty and usefulness of the articles which we have here will instantly win un- 
qualified approval. Ovir collections are exceptionally complete. Man>- of the 
Dinner Services shown are Open Stock. Additional articles can alwa^'s be had to in- 
crease the assortment purchased or to replace breakage. For anni- 
versary, wedding, graduation or birthday gifts nothing is more ac- 
ceptable. Prices are attractive. Come and see. 

Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. 

NASHVILLE — 







CAMPUS VIHW 



John Bouchard & Sons Co. 

MACHINISTS 



Brass and Iron Founders 

Steam and Hot Water Heating 

New and Second Hand Machinery 

Mill Supplies 

11th Ave. and Harrison Street. 

Phones: Main 2510, Main 5490 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 



THE KIND YOU WANT 



SORORITY PAPER 

INVITATIONS 

MONOGRAMS 

CRESTS 




CALLING AND 

BUSINESS CARDS 

STEEL DIE 

EMBOSSING 



521 UNION STREET 



WRITE FOR SAMPLES 



We make our own CANDIES. 
We bake our own 

PIES — CAKES — BREAD — ROLLS 

WE HANDLE EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD 
TO EAT 

Can furnish your meal complete 

GOOD EATS SPECIALISTS 




S21 Broadway 



513 Church St. 



Hermitage Hardware Co. 

309 Third Avenue, North 
Phone Main 39 



SPLENDID CUTLERY 

WRIGHT & DITSON'S TENNIS GOODS 

SPORTING GOODS AND 

BATHING suns 



Best Factory Brand of Everything in Our Line 



T^ackard Touring 
Cars For Rent 



BT HOUR OH TRIP 



CAREFUL 
DRIVERS 




UptawnOgUe al HERMITAGE HOTEL 

TAXICAB OPERATING CO. 

1518 BROADWAY 

Telephones Ileinlock 300 and 301 



BUSH xs^ LANE 



PIANO 



This splendid Piano is one which is credited (by 
all musicians) with a particularly sweet tone, re- 
markable power and superior lasting qualities. 
It is a Piano that will grace any home — will 
prove a lasting delight in your home. Come 
and see the Bush and Lane — give it a trial. It 
is a Piano of Dependability. 
Southern wholesale and retail representatives. 

WRITE FOR CATALOG 

LAMB PIANO CO. 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 



W. F. Lamb, President. 



J. D. ALLEN & CO. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 




FRESH 
EGGS 



LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY 
24 AND 43 CITY MARKET 



IF YOU WANT YOUR KODAK PIC- 
TURES FINISHED IN BEST POS- 
SIBLE MANNER AND YOU LIKE 
PICTURES THAT ARE CLEAN, 
BRIGHT AND WITH A SNAP TO 
THEM, SEND YOUR FILMS TO 

GEO. C. DURY & CO. 



420 Union Street 



Ask For Price List 



Telephone Main 
617 



M.'D. J^ndereon 



FO'R 



Oysters, Fish, Game 
and Toultry 

Anderson Fish & Oyster Co. 

WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL 

320-322 Fourth Avenue, N., Nashville, Tenn. 

"P. 0. "Box 122 



St. Bernard Mining 
Company 



INCORPORATED 



JAMES R. LOVE, Manager 



COAL AND COKE 



34-36 ARCADE 



NASHVILLE, TENN. 



GIRLS 



For light pressing — for heav}^ ironing 
— anywhere — anytime — you will find 
comfort^ convenience and economy in 
the Electric Flat Iron. 



Nashville Railway & Light Co, 



Nobby Shoes for Street Wear 

Dainty Styles In Evening Slippers 
Hosiery to match all shades 



Meadors 

408 Union Street Nashville, Tennessee 



Starr Quality 

nPHE STARR PIANO stands alone for its absolute correct- 
-■- ness of construction and for the studied attention to every 
smallest detail. The tone is pure, clear and unrivaled; the 
touch is unsurpassed for flexibility and precision and the scales 
are scientifically correct, even and perfect. 

The single honor accorded the Starr piano by the leading 
educational institutions was because of quality alone. It is not 
enough that a piano have a pure tone and perfectly regulated 
action, but these qualities must be in the superlative degree— 
they must be for all time. 



The Starr Piano Company 

MANUFACTURERS 

240.21'J FIFTH AVENUE, NORTH 

NASHVILLE. TENN. 



CANDY— SODA— LUNCHES 
AND ICE CREAM 



ICE CREAM— ICES— CAKES 
AND FRAPPES 




CHURCH STREET 
AND SIXTH AVENUE 



1411 CHURCH ST. 
TELS. HEMLOCK 1160-1161 



H. J. GRIMES & CO 

The Store that Saves You Money on all Purchases of 

Ready-to- Wear 
Carpets and Fine Irish Linens 



and all kinds of 



FINE DRY GOODS 




215 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.