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19 3 2 

MILESTONES 

WOLli M E EIGHTEEN 

Published by 
The Students of 

WARD-BELMONT 
SCHOOL 

Nashville, Tennessee 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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To 
MISS OLIVE CARTER ROSS 

because throush her we learn, without loss of 
glamour, to appreciate reality. 




To 
MISS OLIVE CARTER ROSS 

because throush her we learn, without loss of 
glamour, to appreciate reality. 



TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



VIEW SECT ION 

SENIORS 

CLASSES 

DEPARTMENTS 

ORGANIZATIONS 

OCCASIONS 

CLUBS 

FEATURES 



MILESTONES 1932 



s 



ADMINISTRATION 



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MILESTONES 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. John Diell Blanton Dr. John Wynne Barton Mr. Andrew Bell Benedict 
■President lice President lice Piesidint 

M,ss Emma I. S.sson ClaJ^^ook'^eTluson Dr Joseph ,E. Burk 

Dean o Residence „ ■ -^ i r u- i c i i Dean ol tacu ix 

rnncipa. of Hif(,h Sciiool 



M I 



E S T O N 



ADMINISTRATION 



JOSEPH E BURK. MA. Ph D. 
Dean of Faculty 



AILEEN WELLS. B.A,. MA. 
Asiistant to Dean 0/ Faculty 



EMMA I SISSON 
Dean of Residence 



EMMA I. SISSON 
Dean of Residence 



MRS. J. W. CHARLTON 



ANNIE CLAYBROOKE ALLISON. B A , M A, 
Principal of High School 

ALMA PAINE 
Registrar 

W. V, FLOWERS 
Secretary 

E. .I.SNYDER 



MARY-JANE PULVER, B A. 

Alumnae Secretary 



FRANCES E CHURCH. B A. 



Home Department 



MRS. CHARLIE D. McCOMB 
MRS. MINNIE POWELL 



MARY NEAL 

MRS. E. O. TATE 

MRS. ALLEN G. HALL 

MRS. MARY LEE JETER 



MRS. BONA A. NICHOLS 
MRS. HAZLE PADGETT 



MRS. WILLIE B WEEDON 

Chaperons 



School of Liberal Arts Faculty 



ANNIE CLAYBROOKE ALLISON 

Latin 

B.S.. M.A.. George Peabody College for Teachers; 

Graduate Work. University of Chicago 

AGNES AMIS 

French 

B.A.. Vanderbilt University; Diploma de I'Institut de 

Phonetique de Paris; M.A.. George Peabody 

College for Teachers 



Methodist Un 



M.A., Southe 



scty 



THELMA CAMPBELL 
Spanish 
University of Arkansas; Graduate Student 
versidad de Mejico; Diploma de Suficiencia. 
Centro de ELstudios Historicos. Madrid 

JANE CARLING 

Physical Education. Riding 
iate. Ward-Belmont School; B.S.. University o 
Wisconsin 



GERTRUDE CASEBIER 

History 
Western Kentucky State Teachers College; 
M.A-. Vanderbilt University 

MARTHA ANNETTE CASON 

Latin 
University of Chicago; MA. Columbia Uni- 
further Graduate Study, Columbia 



Unii 



iity 



MARY ELIZABETH CAYCE 

Physical Education: Assistant in Athletics and Dancing 
Graduate, Ward-Belmont School; B.S.. George Pea- 
body College for Teachers 

FRANCES E, CHURCH 

Library Methods 

B.A . Missouri State Teachers College: Graduate 

Student. Illinois University; MS.. Columbia 



Uni' 



iity 



BLANCHE HENRY CLARK 



M I 



E S T O N 



EUNICE COOK 
B A . M.A„ Wellcsley Colleft. 



FRANCES HELEN JACKSON 



B.A., Birmingham-Southern College; student Cir 
Conservatory of Music; private lessons in Vi 



BS. Teachers ColleBC. Columbia University; MA., 
George Peabody College for Teachers 

WILMOTH DINNING 
EncHsh and Social Sciences 
B A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College; Graduate 
Student, George Peabody College for Teachers 

THOMAS B. DONNER 

Spaniil: 

B A-, East Texas Teachers College; MA. Southern 

Methodist University 

EVELYN FERRY 

French 

B.A.. Mount Holyoke College; M A-, Middlebury 

School of French ; Certificat de'Etudes Francaises. 

Universite de Grenoble 



CAROLINE LEAVELL* 
Ilislory 
BS. Vanderbilt University; MA. Columbia Uni- 
versity; further graduate study. University of 
North Carolina 

KATHARINE V LYDELL 

EnsHlh 
A B.. Wellesley College, graduate study. Vanderbilt 



B.S.. George Peabody College for Teachers 
FRANCES ADAMS McELFRESH 

Frfnch 
B A.. Connecricutr College for Women; Certificat 
d'Etudes Francaises. University c ' ' 



JESSIE LEE FRENCH 
BMofy 
M.A-. George Peabody College for Teache 



MARY M. McETTRICK 

Physical Ed-ucalion: Suimminr 
:c. Bouve School of Physical Educatit 



FLORENCE E GOODRICH 

Physical Education 

BS. Hillsdale College; M S., University of Michigan; 

Graduate* Student, Michigan Stiite College for 

Teachers, Merrill-Palmer School 



LOUISE GORDON 



B A , Huron College ; Graduate Stude 
of Chicago 



CATHERINE E MORRISON 

Diriclor. School of Physical Education 

Diploma from Possee Gymnasium, Boston; Special 

btudent, Cbaliff School, New 'I'ork, and Columbia 

University 



MARGARET FRIERSON HALL 

Assistant in Gyivnasium 



LUCY BANKS MOWER 
Physical Education: Dan.ini; 
)iploma. School of the Dance, Atlanta. Certificate 
Denishaw Scho.il of Dancing; Pupil of Ned Way- 
burn, Chester Hale, Tom Nip, I'orke Fasting, 
Jand Rand, Potter Spiker 



VERA L. HAY 



MARY RACHEL NORRIS 

Psychology 
B.A., MA,. Bryn Mawr College 



CORA HENDERSON 

Sccrrlarial Suhjecls 

B,A.. Southern College; M.A,. George Peabody College 

for Teachers 



MARTHA K ORDWAY 
English 
rsity of Chicago; MA . George Peabody 
College for Teachers 

ANNA PUGH 



LOUISE LORETZ HERRON* 
English 
BS. Vanderbilt University; MA,. Columbia Uni- 
versity; further graduate study. University of 
London 



ALMA HOLLINGER 

Bioloi;y 

B.A.. M.A.. University cf Michigan; Student. Michigan 

Biological Station and Marine Biological Station. 

Venice, California 



W, H, HOLLINSHEAD 



Vanderbilt Uni' 



B A., University of Arkansas; M.A , University c 

Chicago: Graduate, Columbia University; further 

graduate study. George Peabody College for 

Teachers 



ELLENE RANSOM 

En^Ush 

B.A , MA.. Vanderbilt University; Graduate Student. 

Columbia University. Vanderbilt and "Vale 

Unnersity 



LINDA RHEA 

Enfh.,!, and History 
Vanderbilt University; MA, Columbia Un 
sity; MA, Vanderbilt University; further 
graduate study, Vanderbilt University 



M I L E S T O N 



OLIVE CARTER ROSS 

English and .7r( History 

B A.. University of Nashville; Graduate Student, 

Vanderbilt University; MA,. Columbia University 

ELIZABETH LOWRY ROWAN 

MollumaUcs 

B,A., Tennessee College. MA. George Peabody 

College for Teachers 



BERTHA M RUEF 
French 
AB. MA. Vassar College. Diplome dc profe: 
Francais. Universite de Toulouse 



OSCIE A. SANDERS 

Religion and Sociology 

B,A,. Rice Institute; M.A,. University of Chicago; 

further graduate study. University of Chicago 



THEODORA COOLEY SCRUGGS 

EngHsIt 

B,A,. Wellesley College, MA,, Vanderbilt University; 

further graduate study. Vanderbilt University 

HIBERNIASEAY 

French 

B.A,, Randolph-Macon Woman's College; MA,. Duke 

University ; Diplome Superior en Etuties Francaises. 

University of Nancy ; Diplcme en Cours de 

I Francaise. Sorbonne 



ROBBIE ALLISON SHACKELFORD 

Malhemalics 

B,A,. Vanderbilt University 



MARY WYNNE SHACKELFORD 

Dircclor, School of An 



Graduate, Art Academy of 

Pratt Institute. Department of Fi 
Arts; Special Student. New Yi 
Fine and Applied Arts in Nev 
Paris 



Graduatt 
e and Applied 
k School of 
'i'ork and 



B A , Butler Un 



VIRGINIA SMALL 

Biology and Physiology 

iversity ; M A . University of Wi^ 



SUSAN S. SOUBY 

English 

B,S,, MA., George Peabody College for Teachers 

FRANCES G, SWENSON 

Clothing 

B S,. Iowa State College, Graduate Student, Iowa 

State College 

PAULINE SHERWOOD TOWNSEND 

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

RUBY VAN HOOSER 

Religion 

BA, Athens College; Graduate, Scarritt College for 

Christian Workers; Graduate Student, University 

of Chicago; M-A., Columbia University 

ELLEN WALLACE 

Economics and Sociology 

B-S,, George Peabody College for Teachers; MA., 

University of Chicago 

CATHARINE A. WINNIA 

Expression 

Graduate. Vanderbilt School of Expression ; Special 

Academic Student. Vanderbilt University and 

George Peabody College for Teachers ; Student, 

Pauline Sherwood Townsend 



School o( Music Faculty 



LAWRENCE GOODMAN 

KENNETH ROSE 

STETSON HUMPHREY 

LAWRENCE H. RIGGS 
Members, Board of Musical Directors 

MARY VENABLE BLYTHE 

Sight Playing and Piano 

Graduate, St Mary's Hall, San Antonio; Pupil of ' 

Mickwitz and Harry Redman; Theoretical Course 

in Southern Methodist University, University 

of Colorado 



FLORENCE N. BOYER 

Voice and Organ 

dent of Music in Oherlin College; Pupil of Signor 

lanni in Italy; Pupil of Mesdames de Sales and 

Bossetti. in Munich; Pupil of Oscar Seagle and 

de Reszke in Paris 



MARY DOUTHIT 

Piano 

Graduate. Ward-Belmont School of Mu-ic; Pupil of 

Lawrence Goodman, Harold von Mickwitz, and 

Sigismund Stojowski 



LAWRENCE GOODMAN 
Direclo) of Piano Department 
Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson. Josef Lhevinne, an 
Sigismund Stojowski; Student at Ferrucio Buson's 
Master School for Pianists, Basel, Switzerland; 
Scholarship Pupil. Peabody Conservatory 
of Music. Baltimore, Maryland ; 
formerly Teacher of Piano, von 
Ende School of Music, New 
York City; has concer- 
tized extensively in 
United States; 
Duo Art Re- 
cordings 

FREDERICK ARTHUR HENKEL 

Pipe Organ 

Graduate. Metropolitan College of Music; Studen 

Cincinnati College of Music , Pupil of Steinbrecher, 

Andre, and Sterling 

IRENE CRANE HUMPHREY 
foice 
Studied at Boston University, New England Conser' 
atory of Music and Boston School of Music; 
Private Work in Europe two years under 
Manno and Castetlano in Milan and 
Morelli in London, Private Work in 
America under Stetson Hum- 
phrey and Oscar Saengar; 
formerly with the Phil- 
adelphia Grand 
Opera Com- 



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LESTONES 



STETSON HUMPHREY 

Director of I vice Dfparlmfnt 
Graduate, Columbia University and Rochester Con- 
servatory of Music; Private Work in Europe and 
America under Heinrich Jacobsen of Dresden 
and Vienna, de Res::ke Studior of Paris. Ludwig 
Wuhlner. and Max Hemnch of Berlin: SiRnor 
Morille of Milan, and Signor Tanara. 
Caruso's coach, formerly Director Boston 
Music School and Director of Fine 
Arts Department, Choate 
School 

FRANCES HELEN JACKSON 

Harp 

B.A.. Birminsham-Southern College; study Cincinnati 

Conservatory of Music ; private lessons in 

Vienna 

ALICE KAVANAUGH LEFTWICH* 

Piano 

Graduate, Beethoven Conservatory, St, Louis; Pupil 

of Arthur Foote and B, J. Lang. Boston; three 

vears in Paris with M Moszkowski and 

Wager Swayne 

LAWRENCE H, RIGGS 

Organ and Director D^partm^nt of Musical Scwncfs 
B A . Beloit College: Rhodes Scholar at Oxford Uni- 
versity. England : summer Courses, Chicago 
Musical College. Northwestern University" 
School of Music and American Institute 
of Normal Methods; Graduate of 
American Institute of Normal 
Methods 



HAZEL COATE ROSE 

Piano 

Pupil of William H Sherwood, Glenn D.Itard Gunr 
Victor Heinze; formerly Teacher of Piano. Cosmo- 
politan School of Music. Indianapolis 



Di 



KENNETH ROSE 

eaor. Department of fwlin 



Pupil of McGibeny, Indianapolis; of Arthur Hartmann, 

Paris; of George Lehmann. Berlin; of Souky. 

Prague; formerly Teacher Metropolitan School 

of Mu*-ic, Indianapolis and Concert 

Master, Indianapolis Symphony 

Orchestra 



Pupil of S B, Mills. Harold von Mickwitz, JosefTy. and 

Lhevinne, New York; of Silvio Scionti, Chicago; 

of Otto Nietzel, and Steinhauer, Germany; 

of Ernest Hutcheson, New York 



Pupil of Maurice Aronson. Vienna; of Jc 
Berlin; of Sigismund Stoiowksi. New 
Harold Bauer, New York 



*On Leave of Absence. 




SENIORS 



MILESTONES 



SENIOR CLASS 






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DELORES MOORE 



President Senior Class. ■31-'32; 
President Senior Middle Class, 
■30-'31. Member Presidents' 
Council. •30-'3l. •3l-'32; Active 
Member Athletic Association. 
■30-'3l, ■31-'32; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet. ■30-'31; Second Var- 
sity Hockev. '30-32: Varsity 
Basketball. ''3l-'32; Glee Club. 
'30-'31. 



GENEVA KNOX JONES 



Vice Presidi 
'31-'32; Vice 
Middled! 



Ariston Club. '30-'31. 



nt Senior Class, 
President Senior 
'30-'3l. 





HELEN BURRELL DOBBiE 
T. C 

dnrral Diploma 

Secretary Senior Class. '31-'32; 
Y. W. C, A. Cabinet. ■31-'32. 
Vice President Eastern Club. 
'31-'32; Sergeant-at-Arms T. C. 
Club. '3I-'32; Hvphen Staff, 
•3l-'32; French Club. '31-'32; 
Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. ■3l-'32. 



MILDRED MORGAN 



DOROTHY LOUISE ALLEN MERCEDES AUGUSTINE 

X L. X L. 

. Ginfral Diploma Central Diploma 

Glee Club. ■30-'31; French 
Club. •31-'32. 




WENDELL E-WING AUSTIN HELEN BAIN 

Angkor Agora 

Gintral Diploma Gtntral Diploma 

German Club. •30-'31-'32. 




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SENIOR CLASS 



VIOLA BEECHER 

A K 

Central Diploma 

Circulation Manager Hyphen. 
•31-'32 ; President German Club, 
•3 1-32 ; Treasurer A K Club, 
•3l-'32; Varsity Tennis, 31-32; 
Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation, ■31-32, 



MA1RE BERKEY 




Cinrral Diploma 

-in-Chief Ih'plitn ■31-'32: 
I Proctor,' 31; Vice 
:nt A K Club. 31; 
Member Athletic Asso 
. '31 -'32; French Club, 



RUTH DINAH BLACK 

T C 

Central Diploma. Diploma in 

InUrior Decoration 

Vice President T, C Club. '31- 
"32; Art Editor Milestones. 
■31-'32;Treasurer Indiana Club. 
■30-'31; H'ordsmUh. 'iX-U 






MARGIE L BORTZ 

Agora 

General Diploma 

Vice President Agora Club, 
'3l-'32; Active Member Ath- 
letic Association. ■31-'32, 



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CONROSE BUCHANAN 

ECCOWASIN 
General Diploma 

Vice President Eccowasin Club, 
•31-'32, 




CHRISTINE ODILLE 

BURROW 

F F. 



Gen 



al Diploma 



First Vice President Day 
Student Council. "30; Proctor 
Day Student Council. "31; 
President Day Student Council. 
■31-'32; Secretary Presidents' 
Council. •31-'32, 



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STONES 



SENIOR CLASS 




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LOUISE V CHAFEY 
Anti-Pandora 
Cneral Diploma 

U\phtn Stalf. '3 l-'32; Secretary 
Pennsylvania Club, 'SO-'ll; 
French Club, ■3l-'32. 



OPHELIA COLLEY 
Agora 
General Diploma, 
Diplon 



Expr. 



Proctor Fidelity, '31; First 
Vice President Y. W. C. A,, 
'3l-'32; Hyphen Staff, 'Sl-'SZ. 





VIRGINIA DAVENPORT CATHERINE HARDY 

X L. DORRIS 

Piano Certificate TR'^d 

^ , „ ■,, r- u General Diploma. .In Diploma 

ueneral Proctor, 31; r rench 

Club. ■3l-'32. Secretary Triad Club, ■30-'31. 



Secretary X. L. Club, 
French Club, ■31-'32; 
Club, ■30-'31. 



MARY DUNGLINSON 
OsmoN 

General Diploma 

Proctor Founders, '31: Vice 
President Eastern Club. 'SO-' 3 I ; 
Secretary - Treasurer Eastern 
Club, 3i-n. 




MARJORIE DYSART 



Vice P 
•31-'32; 
•31-'32. 



neral Diplon 
iident F. 1 



General Diploma. Art Diploma 

Treasurer Anti-Pandora Club, 
■3l-'32; Vice President Athletic 
Association, '3l-'32; Glee Club 
■30-'3l-'32, French Club, '30- 
'31-'32; Active Member Ath- 
letic Association, "i\-"il. Var- 
sity Hockey. '31. 




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SENIOR CLASS 



Clniral Diploma 

Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation, ■30-'3l-'32, Basketball 
Varsity, •30-'31-'32: Hockey 
Varsity, ■31-'32; Second Varsity 
Hockey, "30-'3l, Swimming 
Manager Athletic Association, 
'31-'32; Basketball Champion- 
ship team. ■30-'31-'32; Hockey 
Championship team, '30-'3l- 
'32: French Club, ■3l-'32, 



AUDREY HARRIS 
Tri K 

od and Nulrilion Diplo. 



Gin/ral Diploma 

Editor-in-Chief of Milestones. 
■31-'32, President of Word- 
smiths, ■3q-'3 1 : Hyphm Re- 
porter, '30-'3l; Second Varsity 
Hockey, '30-"3l, Champion- 
ship Hockey team. '30-'31, 
Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation, ■3l-'32; Varsity Basket- 
ball team, '31-'32; Member 
Presidents' Council, ■31-32; 
French Club, •30-31-'32 






MAXINE FISHER 

Grnrral Diploma 

Hyphen Reporter. '30-'31, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer of German 
Club, •31-'32, Glee Club, 30 
■31-'32, 



Grnrral Diploma 

Secretary Illinois Club, ■30-'31: 
President Illinois Club '31-'32; 
Treasurer Penta Tau Club, '31- 
'32. Active Member Athletic 
Association, *30-'31-'32; Archery 
Manager, "31-' 32; Second Var- 
sity Hockey. '30-'31. 






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EUGENIA FLINN 
F, F, 
Grnrral Diploma 
ch Club, •31-'32. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



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DOROTHY ISABELI.E 
FRITZ 
OsmoN 



HELEN LENORE 

GOLDMAN 

F. F. 

Gnirral Diploma 

Secretary F. F. Club. "i\-"il. 





MARGARET GOOCH 

Ariston 

Central Diploma 

President Athletic Association. 
'31-'32; Secretary Senior-Middle 
Class. '30-'31: Varsity Basket- 
ball. ■30-'31 ; Glee Club. ■30-'31 ; 
French Club. ■30-'3 1 ; Member 
Presidents' Council. *31-'32. 



Gffural Diploma 

President Eccowasin Club, '31- 
32. Glee Club. '3 1-32. 



CATHERINE GUTHRIE 
Del Ver 

Gtneral Diploma 

Accompanist for Orchestrg 
"30-'31-'32*, Accompanist fo 
Glee Club. 30-'il-32 



PEGGY ANN HARRIS 

Del Ver 

Ginrral Diploma 



VIRGINIA ANN HAYNES 

X, L. 

General Diploma, Expression 

Certificale 

French Club. ■31-'32. 




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SENIOR CLASS 



IRENE HECKETHORN 


MARTHA ELLEN HELME 


X L 


X L. 


Gmrral Diploma. An 


Gmrral Diploma 


C<mficalt 


Glee Club. •30-3l-'32: Choir, 




•30-31-'32; Class Song Leader. 




■30-'3l--32; President X L, 




Club. ■3l-'32; Member Presi- 




dents' Council. •3l-'32; French 




Club. ■3l-'32. 





MARY CORNELIA HICKS 

Triad 

Grnfral Diploma 

Glee Club. ■30-'3l-'32; French 
Club. •30-31-'32. 



DOROTHY HILL 

General Diploma 

Member Athletic Association, 
■30 - '31 - '32: Basketball 
Manager. '3I-*32; Second Var- 
sity Hockey. •30-'31; Second 
Varsity Basketball. ■30-'3l-'32. 





HELEN HOGG 



Cnural Diploma 

Vice President Day Student 
Council. ■30-'31 ; President Aris- 
ton Club. '31-'32: Member 
Presidents' Council. •31-'32: 
Second Varsity Basketball. 
■31-'32. 




ELIZABETH HOLMES 



■30-'3l 
•31-'32 
■31-'32-. French Club. 



ppi Club. 
Cabinet. 
F Club. 
■3l-'32. 



CORRIE LOUISE HOOKS 

Anti-Pandora 

Gmrral Diploma. .Irl 



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SENIOR CLASS 




ELISE LONG LIVINGSTON ETHEL MILDRED LORICK 



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cal Educalii 



Diplov 



President A K Club. '3l-'32: 
Member Presidents" Council. 
'3l-'32; Second Varsity Hockey. 
■31-'32; Big Y. W. C. A, Cabi- 
net. ^O-^l. 



dent Glee Club, SI-?!; 
Club. ■30-' J I- 32; French 
. •3I--32, 




JOSEPHINE McCONNELL 

PENtA Tau 

Si-cri-larial Diploma 

President Western Club. •3l-'32 



JANET McQUlLKIN 

T. C. 

General Diploma 

Secretary Y, W, C A . ■31-'32: 
French Club. •30-'3l-'32. Glee 
Club. ■30-'31. 



MARJORIE ELLEN 

MACKEY 

T C 



Expression 

President Misso 
■31: Glee Club. 
C A Cabinet. ' 
Member Athleti 
■3l-'32, 



jri Club. '3 
31-'32; Y. \ 
3l-'32; Acti' 
c Associatio 



JANE OLIVER MANBY 
General Diploma 




BERTHA ANNE MEDAUGH 

Triad 

Expression Diploma 

Club letter in Bowling, ■30-'3l. 




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ONES 



SENIOR CLASS 



JANE JENKINS SYBILLA JOHNSTON 

T. C. ACORA 

Exprriiion CtrlificaU-Diplomit Grnrral Diploma 

French Club. ■30-'31-'32, 



MARGARET VIRGINIA 

KELLE1 

Agora 

Crnrral Diploma. Expression 

Member Y. W C. A Big Cabi- 
net, ■3l-'32; Sergeant-at-Arms 
Agora Club, ■31-32. 



ISOBEL PRINDLE 

KENNEDY 

A. K, 

General Diploma 






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ELIZABETH RANSOM 
KERR 
Del Ver 

General Diploma 

President Tennessee Club. '31- 
'32. 








PRISCILLA LEWIS 



Ge 



at Diplon 



Second Varsity Tennis. '3l-'32: 
Glee Club. '3l-'32. Secretary 
Ariston Club. '3l-'32; Baseball 
Manager Athletic Association. 
'3l-'32 



MARY HUNTOON 

LEWMAN 

Del Ver 

Home Eeonomns Diploma 

Vice President Del Ver Club. 
'3l-'32; President Kentucky 
Club. '31-'32; Y W. C. A. 
Cabinet. '31-'32; Photopraphi< 



Editor. 
Hyphen Report 



'31-'32 



31-32: 



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STONES 



SENIOR CLASS 




Gtnlral Diploma 

Proctor North Front, 'JO-'Jl; 
Treasurer Tennessee Club. '30- 
'31; Proctor Chapel, '31-'32; 
Varsity Archery, '31; Active 
Member Athletic Association. 
'31-32; French Club, '30-'31-'32. 



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CAMILLA NANCE 
Penta Tau 
/ Ediical 
Certific. 



Ridi. 



Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. '30-'31-'32: Water Polo 
Manager. '31 -'32; Varsity 
Hockey. '31-'32; Riding Letter. 
•30-'31. 





PAULINE NEISLER 

Del Ver 

An Ctrtificau 

Championship Hockey team 
'30-'31 ; Active Member Athletic 
Association, *31-'32, Genera 
Manager, '3I-'32; Second Var 
sity Hockey, '30-'31. 



Ctntral Diploma. Riding 
Cinificate 

Eagle Feather, Hyphen, '31; 
Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. '30-'31-'32, Secretary. 
'31;'Wordsmith, '31-'32. 



MARY O'DONNELL 



Hyphen Staff. '31-'32; Treasurer 
T. C. Club "31-'32; Secretary 
Western Club, ■31-'32, 



CONSTANCE ANN 

OSTERMAN 

Tri K 

General Diploma 

Secretary Indiana Club, '31-'32. 



HARRIETT CATLIN PAGE 

Penta Tau 

General Diploma 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '30-'31; 
Secretary Penta Tau Club. 
'31-'32. 



General Diploma 

Vice President Tennessee Club, 
'31 -'32: Vice President French 
Club. '31-'32. 




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Crnfral Diploma. Art Diploma 

President Penta Tau Club, 
•3 1-32 : Vice President Texas 
Club. '30, President Texas 
Club. '31; Glee Club. •30-31; 
Member Presidents" Council. 
■3l-'32. 



ELIZABETH PERNER 

OsiRON 

Physical Education Diploma 

Varsity Hockey. ■3l-'32: Vice 
President Osiron Club, ■31-'32; 
Acti\'e Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. ■3l-'32. 




EMMY LOU PHILLIPS 
OsmoN 

Central Diploma 

Varsity Riding, ■30-'31 ; Varsity 
Tennis, '30- -'31; President 
French Club, ■3l-'32; Secretary 
Osiron Club, ■3l-'32; Active 
Member Athletic Association, 
■3l-'32. 



MARY KATHERINE 

PORTER 

Agora 

General Diploma 

Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation, ■30-'31-'32; Second Var- 
sity Bowling. ■30-'3l; Secretary 
Agora Club. '3 1-32. 





President Del Ver Club •3l-'32; 
Vice President Kentucky Club. 
■3l-'32; Member Presidents' 
Council. '31-'32 



General Diploma 

Proctor Pembroke. '31; Presi- 
dent Student Council. '31-'32. 
Presiding Officer Presidents' 
Council. '31-'32. Acti\-e Mem- 
ber Athletic Association. '30- 
'3l-'32. Baseball Manager. '30- 
'31; French Club. '30-'31. 



MARJOR1' E REMINGTON 

Tri K 

General Diploma 

President Tri K Club. '31-'32; 
Member Presidents' Council. 
'3l-'32; Championship Hockey 
team. ■30-'31-'32, Champion- 
ship Basketball team, '30-'31- 
'32, Varsity Hockey, ■30-'3l- 
'32;GleeClub, '30-'31. 



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Second Vice President Y, W. 
C A. ■'il-n: Glee Club. 
•30-'31; Choir. '3\-32. Hyphen 
Staff, '31-'32; Championship 
Basketball team, '32, Active 
Member Athletic Association, 
•31-'32. 



MARY ALLIENE ROACH 

Del Ver 

General Diploma 

President Oklahoma Club. '31- 
'32; Secretary Del Ver, ■31-'32; 
FrenchClub, ■31-'32; Glee Club, 
■30-'31-'32. 




DOROTHY HELEN 

ROBERTS 

T. C. 



Member Y. W. C A. Cabinet. 
■31-'32; Secretary T. C, Club, 
■31-'32, Glee Club. ;30-'31-'32; 
French Club, '31-32; Choir 
■30-'31. 



General Diploma. Expression 
Diploma 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '31-'32; 
French Club. '30-'31. Hyphen 
Staff. ■31-'32; Treasurer Wis- 
consin Club. '30-'31; President 
Wisconsin Club. '31-'32, 



KATHR\'N RUSH 

F. F. 

General Diploma. Expression 

Diploma 

Vice President Y. W. C. A.. 
•30-'31; President Y. W. C, A. 
'31-32 , Member Presidents' 
Council. '31-'32; French Club. 
■31-'32. 



RUTH RYMER 

Del Ver 
General Diploma 

lent Tennessee Club, 
dian Del Ver Club, 
Del Ver C 




RUTH-ENGLISH 


MARIE SIDOWEY 


SHECKELL 


XL. 


Anti-Pandora 


General Diploma 


General Diploma 






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ler Fall Horse Show, 
tive Member Athletic 
ion. 'JO-'SI, Riding 
r, '31-'32; Secretary 
Club. '3i-'32: Vice 

It A. K. Club, yi-'n. 



MARTHA HELEN SMIIH 

ECCOWASIN 
General Diploma 



FRANCES DEAN SMITH 

Agora 

General Diploma. Piano 

Certificate 

President Tennessee Club. '30- 
gora Club, 
?gora Club. 

"3l-*32: Member Presidents' 

Council. '31-'32; French Club. 

'30-'3l-'32; Glee Club. '30-'31, 



KATHERINE STOOKE 

EcCOWASlN 

General Diploma 

Glee Club, ■3l-'32; Day Stu- 
dent Editor Hyphen. '32 









WANDA TAYLOR 


ELIZABETH BERR"! 


Tri K 


THOMAS 


General Diploma 


Penta Tau 


First Vice President Council. 


General Diploma 


'3l-'32; Championship Hockey 


Vice President Penta 


team. '30-'3I; Championship 


Club •31-'32, 


Basketball Team. '31-32; Ac- 




tive Member Athletic Associa- 




tion '3l-'32. 






ELIZABETH THOMPSON 

Triad 

General Diploma 



M. ROBERTA TIDMORE 
A, K. 

General Diploma. E.xpreijion 



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MARY LOUISE TURRELL 



Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. '30-'31-'32; Manager 
Track, •31-'32; Basketball Var- 
sity. ■31-'32; French Club. 
■31-'32. 



ntral Diploma 

Agora Club, ■31-'32. 



Grnrral Diploma 

Active Member Athletic Ass< 
ciation. ■30-'31-'32; Winn< 
Tennis Singles. '31-'32: Tenn 
Manager Athletic Associ 
"31-'32; Archery Varsity 
■31. 



EVELITM WALLACE 
A. K. 


ALTONA WEBB 
Del Ver 


General Diploma 


General Diploma 



EVELYN WIDELL 

Ariston 

General Diploma 

First Vice President Dav Stu- 
dent Council. ■31-'32;' Vice 
President German Club. •31-'32. 



PAULINE WILLIAMS 

F. F. 

General Diploma 

President F. F. Club. •31-'32; 
Member Presidents' Council. 
*31-'32; Secretary Mississippi 
Club. '30-'31. 



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Crnrral Diploma 

Y \V C A Cabinet, 'SO-'ll 
Proctor hounders, '31; Secre- 
tary Student Council. "i\-"i2 
Championship Hockev Team 
;30-;31-'32, Varsity " Hockey I 



Proctor General Unit. '30-'31 
French Club. •3l-'32: President 
T. C Club, ■31-'32; Member 
Presidents' Council. '3l-'32. 



MATT IE TATE WCX3D 

Triad 

General Diploma 




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ong 



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We pledge now our love for our old W.-B., 

We \ow to be ever true ; 
We pledge, too, our love for our dear Senior Class — 

God bless them, the old and the new. 
We'll hold high those colors, the Gold and the Blue; 

Our banners shall kiss the sky. 
Our faith all resisting, our goal for life's best, 

Our motto, "To do or die." 



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The joys we have here will not fly as the leaves;. 

They'll last us life's journey through; 
And the love we have now for the friendships we've made 

Will live in our memories, too ; 
And though we must part from each other some day, 

As Seniors have parted before. 
The glorious spirit of old '32 

Will linger for evermore. 



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Hieli School Cerlific 



•31-'32; Preside 
■30-'31; Treasi 
Class, ■2q-'30, 



Middle Clas; 
,t Junior Clas: 
er Sophomor 



ELEANOR I SHERWOOD 

Anti-Pandora 

Uitli School Crrlificair 

Vice President Junior Middle 
Class. '■i\-'il. Vice President 
Freshman Class. 'Zfl-'IO; Vice 
President Anti-Pandora Club. 
'31-'32, Honor Roll, 'V-^-W. 




CONSTANCE FEGLES 
T. C- 

High School CerlificaU 

Secretary Junior Middle Class. 
■3l-'32. High School Represen- 
tative on Milestones Staff. 
■31-'32. 



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MARY CURRELL BERRY 

Angkor 

High School Ccrlificalc 

freasurer Junior Middle Clas 
31-'32; Vice President Junic 

30-'31 ; Honor Roll 
30-31. 



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MARY AMANDA ALLISON WILMA DELL BAKER 

F F. A K. 

High School Cerlificatc High School Ccrlificale 

French Club. ■3l-'32. President Penstaff. '32. 



DOROTHY LATTA 


VIRGINIA C, BENEDICT 


BEASLEY 


Del Ver 


F. F. 


High School Certificate 


High School Certificate 


French Club, ■31-'32, 




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MARTHA BILLINCTON 

ECCOWASIN 
High School CrrlificaU 

Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. '31-'32 ; Member Pen- 
staff. ■32. 



High School Ccrlific. 





High School Certificate 



SARAH OVERTON COLTON 

Angkor 

High School Certificate 





MARY K. CRAUMER 

Anti-Pandora 

High School Certificate 

Proctor North Front. " 
Member Penstaff. "32. 




SCOTT I DWYER 
A K. 

High School Certificate 

Secretary A. K. Club. '32: 
Treasurer Illinois Club. ■31-'32; 
French Club. ■31-'32. 



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JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS 




LUCILE HARRISON 

GALVIN 

T. C. 

High School Crrtificair 



RUTH ANITA GOLDMAN 



//.'j/i School Certific. 



ELIZABETH KEITH 
GLASGOW 

ECCOWASIN 
High School Cenificalc 



High School Certificate 

Vice President Ariston Club. 
"30-'31 ; Secretary Ariston Club. 
•2>3-'30; Varsity Basketball. 
■30-'31; Athletic Association 
Basketball Manager. "30-'31; 
Active Member Athletic Asso- 
ciation. ■30-'31-'32. 



ELIZABETH HAMILTON 
T C. 

High School Certificate. Riding 
Certificate 

Secretary T C Club. ■30-'31: 
French Club. ■31-'32; Runner- 
up 1931 Horse Show; Proctor 
North Front. '31; Glee Club, 
•31-'32. 



JA\-NE HARRIS 

Anti-Pandora 

High School Certificat. 



High School Certificate 




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High School Crrlificau 





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High School Crrlificau 
Member Penstaff. '32. 



High School Ccrliftca 



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DOUGLAS LEVINE 




ALMA PAINE 


ECCOWASIN 




LUNDERMAN 


High School Certificate 




Trj K 




Vars 


cy Hockey, ■31-'32-. As- 
it General Manager Ath- 




letic 


Association. '31-'32: 




Activ 


e Member Athletic Asso- 
n, ■31-'32. 



VIRGINIA McWILLIAMS 
Tri K 

High School Certificate 

/ice President Illinois Club. 
3l-'32. 



MILESTONES 



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JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS 




MAR^' BAYKIN MUSTARD LAD-iE AUDREY NOBLIN 
EccowASiN Triad 

Hid, School Catijicate Iliili School Certificate 

Member Penstaff. 32 






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CAROL E- PORTER 

T C. 
High School Ccttificale 


SUSAN H ROUDABUSH 
Agora 



High School Certificate 



GENEVIEVE SALLEE 
Anti-Pandora 
High School Certificate 
Proctor Heron. "31. 





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CLAUDINE M. SMELSER LISBETH SMITH 

Eccowasen Angkor 

High School Certificate High School Certificate 




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MILESTONES 



JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS 



DELMA SNOW 


ARTHELLA LUCILLE 


OslRON 


STANDER 


if/i S<r/iOo/ Ctrtificatt 


A. K. 





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BEVERLY STONE 
Angkor 

Hish School C<rrlificalr 

Secretary Sophomore Class, 
■2'5-'30; All-round Athlete 
Angkor Club. '30: Active Mem- 
ber Athletic Association, '29- 



lliah School Crrtificali: 







High School Ctrlificatc 
Secretary Penstaff, '32. 




//.S* S<7,oo/ Ccnificair 

President Anti-Pandora Club. 
■3I-'32; Vice President Anti- 
Pandora Club. '30- '31: Vice- 
President Sophomore Class. 
'29- '30. 




ELSA JOSEPHINE 

VAN DERHOEF 

Tri K 

High School Certificate 



WADDELL WALKER 

Angkor 

High School Certificate 

Secretary Freshman Class. '28- 
'29; Vice President Angkor 
Club. ■30-'3l: Athletic Asso- 
ciation Manager Water Polo. 
'30-'31: Active Member Ath- 
letic Association. '29- '32. 





MILESTONES 1932 

JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS 

BOBBIE WHITE Ariston 

__^^^^ _ Hif^h Stlioo! Crrlificati; 

CILE WRIGHT Tri-K 

\Iiigh Sc/toot Cejtificate 
High School Representative on Studmt Council. ■31-'32; 
French Club, ■31-'32; Glee Club. ■30-'3l. 

FRANCES CAIN Penta Tau 

EDITH CALDWELL Arjston 

Hill: Sclwnl dnificalt 
Member Pennstaff. '32. 

JEANNETTE CALDWELL Angkor 

Iligli School Certificate 
President Freshman Class. ■28-'20; President Sophomore Class. ■2<)-'30; Vice President Angkor Club. Ig-'SO. 

ESTHER DAVIS Ariston 

//le/i Sclioo! CcHificate 

ELIZABETH HYDE Triad 

High School Certificate 
Treasurer Triad Club. '29-'3(). Active Member Athletic Association, ■30-'3L 

HENRIETTA LEWIS Ariston 

Hi^h School Certificate 

MARJORIE LEWIS Angkor 

High School Certificate 

CORINNE WEBB Triad 

High School Certificate 

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SENIOR MIDDLE OFFICERS 












qJeanne 

I/An fffiU/VT 
"7R.E.SI0ENT 





lOARDlNG- TftlASORER. 



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jANtT Mf PAODLfP 
P/ilSIOtur JUMIOtL, ClAiS 



C/inOLYW LsKHIDGE 
P/i£SJ/)£Mr JOP/fOMOg£ CUSS 



Mamie. Howell 

P/>fS/0£NT fa£S///IAM CUSS 



Junior Class Officers 

Janet McFadden President 

RUBIE Battey fice President 

Eleanor Reed Secretary 

Louise Hardison Treasurer 

Miss Martha Ordway Sponsor 

Sophomore Class Officers 

Carolyn Eskridge President 

Andrena Butterfield I'ice President 

Marion Low Secretary 

Virginia Brown Treasurer 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Cayce Sponsor 

Freshman Class Officers 

Mamie Howell President 

Nancy Orr rice President 

Alice Overton Secretary 

Polly Ann Billington Treasurer 

Mrs. Elizabeth Lowry Rowan Sponsor 



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MILESTONES 



Miss Mary Wynne Shackleford 
Director 



Miss Loliisk Gordon 
Aisislant 




\"iEW OF Art Studios 



MILESTONES 




Art Diploma Candidates 



From left to right: Nancy Emrick, Ruth Black, Grace Peckham, Ai^ma Willis, 
Katherine Dorris 




Art Certificate Candidates 

From left to right, top ro-v: Pauline Neisler, Corrie Louise Hooks 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Kawkins, Irene Heckethorn. Jane Heffner 



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Miss Pauline Sherwood 

townsend 

Director School of Expression 

Miss Catharine Winnia 
Assistant 




Expression Studio 



MILESTONES 



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Diploma Expression Students 

Bertha Medaugh, Ophelia Coli ey, Beity Rose. OfmoinY Roberts. Ka 




CertiFicate Expression Students 



Top Totv: Margaret Kfu.ey. Charley Vene Tinnon. Geneva Jones. Kathryn Reynolds, Carolyn Moore 

Bottom ro:c: Marjorie Mackey Jane Jenkins, Virginia Welch, Virginia Ann Haynes, Billye Newman, 

Odille Burrow 



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MILESTONES 1932 




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MILESTONES 




Frederick Arthur Henkel 
Pip,- Organ 





Kenneth Rose 
Diuxtor I'iolin Dcpailnifnl 




Lawrence Goodman 
Dirtclor Piano Dfpartmenl 




Stetson Humphrey 
Director Voice Department 



Lawrence Riggs 
Direitor DetartmenI Musical Science 



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Diploma Music Student 




CertiFicate Music Students 



MILESTONES 




The Ward-Belmont Glee Club, 1932 

Stetson Humphrey Director 

Catherine Guthrie iccompanist 

Mildred Lorick President 



First Soprano: Flor.^ Ann Williams, Ann Pearson. Mildred Dorris. Betty Ziecler, 
Jeanneite Peak, Margaret Balsiger, Elizabeth Stewart, Barbara Winter, Virginia 
Ferguson, June Stout, Eleanor Linebarger, Elizabeth Kerr, Mary Alice Ringo, 
Marguerite Lemle, Frances Shaw. Martha Neblett. Elizabeth Smith, Virginia 
Gunn. Martha Helme, Mildred Lorick. Louise Stephens. Kathrin Pollock, Jean 
Daniels. Mary Sue McAdory, Juliett Hutton. Julia Bales Noe. Mary O'Donnell, 
LoRENE Wonsetler, Jaconette Lawrence, Elizabeth Hamilton. Arthella Slander, 
Beth Lee, Jane Heffner, J fane Trigg Meyers. 

Second Soprano: Elizabeth Shirk, Aileen Freeman, Carol Starbuck, Martha Limber, 
Katherine Stooke, Florence Green. Marjory Mackey. Rae Baker, B. Wetherald, 
Kathleen' Chapman, Martha Milton, Elizabeth Anderson, J anith Hugulet, Elizabeth 
Thomas, Mary Roach, Roberta Tidmore, Violet Mae Kisner, Frances Garrison, 
Frances Pearson, Charlotte Whitman, Elise Pettit, Marion Low. Elsa VanDerhoef, 
Carol Porter, Ann Morton, Janelle Edwards, Mary Mullino, Elizabeth Bickley, 
Sarah Poorman. 

Fiisi and Second Alios: DoROTHY Beasley, Margaret Pierce. Maxine Fischer, Edith 
VicKERS. Ann Durand. Dianne Carmichael, Helen Justus, Mary Elise Cobb, Lois 
Milton, Nedaye Eppes. Dorothy Hood, Margaret Simpson, Mary Cooper, Elsa Swift, 
WiLMA Baker, Martha Cohea. 



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Ward-Belmont Orchestra 

Kenneth Rose Director 

Elizabeth Rothwell - Violinist 

Catherine Guthrie iicompanist 

Pint Violins: Otis Dresslar, Concert Master; Mrs. Grieg Oman, Ella Lu Cheek, Matilda 
Weaver, Mrs. Harvil Hite, Mrs. George Seemans, Mrs. Laurence Wesson, Mrs. 
Milton Cook, Mrs. I. B. Dilzer, Mrs. Weaver Harris, Elizabeth Rothwell, Amelia 
Baskerville, Marv Elizabeth Lanier. 

Second I'iolini: Frances Pearson, Joy Mell, Annette McAdoo, Sarah Mell, Frances 
Falvey, Virginia Kiesel, Harry Folger, Jonnie Green Hawkins, Elizabeth Glasgow, 
Dorothy Hood, Beth Lee, John Howard Wise, Charlotte Williams. 

Violas: Mrs. John Vincent, Principal; Mrs. Carl McMurray, Mrs. Arthur Wands, 
Bernard Weinstein. 

Celli: Mrs. Vivian Olson, Principal; Elizabeth Smith, Mary Uible, Mary Smith. 

Bass. Weldon Hart, C. W. Ware. 

Flutes. John Vincent, Morris Loveman, Margaret Frey'. 

Oboe: Herbert Guy. 

Clarinets: Lynn Caldwell, Oscar Hentelmann. 

Trumpets: John Cady, Nick Rose. 

French Hoins: H. G. Stubblefield, G. P. Garrison. 

Trombones: Frank White, Thomas Carter, Mr. Packey. 

Tuba: Walter Heckman. 

Timpani: Mr. Trowbridge. 

Percussion: Mr. Birthright. 



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Twelve Piano Ensemble 



Lawrence Goodman Director 



Anne Caroline Gillespie, Betty Baird, Georgia May Freeman, Jane Barton, Jean 
BuRK, Jeanette Oliver. Llewellyna Cranberry, Aline Lillard, Jean Potter, 
Catherine Simpson, Sarah D. Brown, Jane Meadors, Grace Benedict, Nelle Hurston, 
Dolly Ross, May Burrows Hickerson, Elizabeth Butts, Emily Payne, Frances 
Powell, Martha Claire Clay, Elizabeth Cornelius, Frances Rose, Margaret 
Johnson, Dora Campbell, Joan Goodman, Isable Goodloe, Mildred Dorris, Vivian 
Scheer, Flora Ann Williams, Finances Dean Smith, Elizabeth Shirk, Lisbeth Smith, 
Margaret Balsicer, Sarah Poorman, Dorothy Tinsley, Mildred Clements, Virginia 
Davenport, Catherine Guthrie, Margaret Pierce, Jonnie Green Hawkins, Louise 
Stephens, Lavelle Thompson, Charlotte Shenk, Mary- Uiblb 



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EDUC ATIO N 



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Miss Catherine E. Morrison, Director 

Miss Lucy B. Mower Dancing 

Miss Jane Carling Riding 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Cayce Imtrucior 

Miss Molly McEttrick Instructor 

Miss Florence Goodrich Instructor 

Mrs. Margaret Frierson Hall Secretary and Assistant 

Miss Margaret Saunders Secretary 




Interior of Gymnasium 



MILESTONES 



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Junior and Senior Physical Eds. 



Back mt-from h-ft lo right: Camflla Nance. Elise Livingston. Delores Moore. Henrietia Cherringl 
Front row frovi lijt to right: Adele Dodson. Mary Mullino. Madora Thomas. Marion Gilchrist. 
Elizabeth Perner 




All-Round Athlete 

Heien Ci ine. ■30-'31. I':-.i I'lac- Tri K. 



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Varsity Hockey 



Reading from It-jt to right: Jane Ann Epperson, R. F.; Marjorie Sherwood, L. H.; Nancy 
Emrick, L. W.; Camilla Nance, C. F.; Rose Toney, R. H.; Elise Tyson. C; Marjorie 
Remington. L. 1.; Alma Lunderman, R. W.; Elizabeth Perner, R. I.; Shirley Lege, 
C. H.; Jeannette Millard, L. F. 




Reading from left In ri^ 
Ann Epperson, C. F. 
Henderson. L. G. 



Varsity Basketball 

'(/; Delores Moore. R G.; Henriett.\ Cherrington. R. F.: Jane 
DoRRis Fish, L. F-"., Mary Elizabeth Troxel, C. G.; Elizabeth 



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Varsity Water Polo 



From Uft to right: LoRA Gii.iis, Jane Ann Epperson. Harriet Pace. Dorothy Cline. Louise Lathrop 




Varsity Bowling 



From left to right: Martha Bili.ington. Nancy Emrick, \Iary Elizabeth Trcxel. Conruse Bl. 



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MILESTONES 




Dick Stewart 



Tennis Singles Winner 

MaRCIA \'[NCENT 
Firsi Ptacf, Eccowasin; Si-cond Place, A. K. 



Winner Swimming Meet 



Dick Stewart 

First Place, Pcnta Tau-A. K., Tie; 
Third Place, Tri K. 




Marcia Vincent 



MILESTONES 



SPORTS SUMMARY, 1931-32 

Ward-Belmont, as an outstanding athletic organization, had a most successful and interesting 
year in the realm of sports. Its accomplishments for the year '3 1-32 will go down in red letters 
on the sporting annals for the season. 

Tennis slipped into the limelight at the beginning of school and after several weeks of strenuous 
training and much practicing the singles tournament was played off. Each round held a number 
of thrilling matches up to and including the finals. Most notable of these included the Cherrington- 
CoUey, Phillips-Cline, and Vincent-Nance matches. After many surprising up-sets and set-ups 
Vincent and Beecher took the court for the final encounter. Playing three gruelling sets, the former 
was victorious. Another feather in the cap of the Eccowasins. 

The Fall Riding Show, although small, was brilliant with Nance and Sitton raking the honors. 
Archery came in at this point lor its share of attention. Again the day students were successful 
with the Eccowasins placing first; Agoras, second; and A. K's, third. Hart, Agora, shot high 
score, winning individual honors. 

Hockey covered a period of several weeks, but during the two weeks previous to Thanksgiving 
one could hardly breathe, eat or sleep anything else. At least one game a day was played off, 
and such games! Penta Tau'sand Tri K's came through the preliminaries with high scores. Anti- 
Pan's and T. C's tied for third place with two wins and a tie each, which necessitated an e.xtra 
game which also resulted in another tie. The annual Thanksgiving game was as usual with its 
horde of spectators, cold wind and cheering mob. It was a duel between two very evenly matched 
teams resulting in a perpetual drive from one twenty-five yard line to the other. During the second 
quarter the black and white, after a desperate rush at goal, netted a marker which proved to be 
the sole one of the day. Try as they would, the grey and rose were unable to penetrate the powerful 
defense. Another "Turkey Day " special ended with Tri K again champion. 

After the holidays, basketball began in earnest. The preliminaries interrupted by examinations 
were finally completed with A. K's and Tri K's victorious. Then ensued a game that was a battle 
royal. The A. K. guards and Tri K forwards were superb in their respective positions. The first 
half went nip and tuck, but after the rest period the Tri Ks' offense, headed by "Judge," started 
clicking, making possible the 40-28 victory. 

A. K's and Penta Tau's tied for laurels in the swimming meet. The di\ing was outstanding 
with "Dick" Stewart, who held individual high score, winning. The Penta Tau relay team 
clipped off the seconds one by one as a brilliant conclusion. 

Probably the most inclusive athletic activity of the year was the annual Gym Demonstration 
held in conjunction with the Apparatus Meet. After the prep and Senior-Mid exhibitions a large 
group demonstrated their prowess on the rings, parallel bars, horses, and ropes. Kathleen O'Don- 
nell was high point entrant and her club, Tri K, won the meet by a large margin. 

.At this point interest was divided, due to the various athletic activities so close together. The 
Anti-Pan squad walked away with bowling honors with a total score of 1543 ; Angkor, second, with 
148b points. On Senior-Senior-Middle r)ay "Miss Athlete" was in her glory. It is a day when 
she reigns supreme and her rule is marked by good, clean sportsmanship and "don't-give-up-the- 
ship" teams who fight to the end. The Prometheans, however, proved too powerful for their 
valiant foes, the "Vagabonds, but the Senior-Middles went down in defeat gloriously just as the 
Seniors modestly accepted their victory. 

The Dancing Department presented its annual recital which was most interesting and well 
done. It had a decided modernistic note, having several of the modern German type of dances 
on the program. 

The Penta Tau's, Tri K's, and A. K's swam through the preliminary Water Polo games like 
fish- The Tri K's and A. K's clashed in the one semi-finals match with the former winner by a 
small margin. The Penta Tau's then met the victors in one of the most brilliant of athletic con- 
tests during the year. The Penta Tau's came through, after many a spectacular play, on the right 
end of a 13-10 score. 

The annual Spring Riding Show drew a large number of enthusiasts who appreciated to the 
utmost the high grade of horsemanship demonstrated. Tri K's won the cup with 38 points and 
Emmy Lou Phillips took the indi\idual honors of the Show. The advanced and "baby" jumping, 
and driving were outstanding. 

Spring archery drew a large group of participants as did track and baseball and the tennis 
doubles tournament. Some excellent records were made in track, the tennis was exciting and 
hard fought, and baseball stood in the usual top place among campus activities. 

All in all the season was marked by enthusiasm, good sportsmanship, and hard work followed 
by success. 



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MILESTONES 1932 




DANCING 



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MILESTONES 




CertiFicate Dancing Students 

Margaret Street, \irgima Gaffnev 




View of Dancing Studio 



MILESTONES 1932 




RIDING 



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Certificate Riding Class 



From left to right: Camilla Nance, Rubie Battev, Mary Louise Turrell, Virginia 
KiESEL, Kathleen O'Donnell, Margaret Sitton, Betty Hamilton 




Ward-Belmont Stables 



MILESTONES 1932 




HOME ECONOMICS 



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View of Home Economics 
Laboratory 



Mrs. Virginia R. Dickinson. Director 
Miss Frances Swenson, Assistant 





Home 
Economics 
St-ile Show 



MILESTONES 



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Mary Lewman 
Home Ecvnoinics Diplvma 




Audrey Farris 
Foods and Nutrition Dip/o 



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MILESTONES 



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SECRETARIAL 



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Miss Cora Hendi;rson 
Din-ctor 




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Secretarial Certificate Students 

Josephine McConnell, Dorothy Fritz, Ruth Hoge 



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Viola Beecher 
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Hyphen Reporters 



Back row. Mary 0"Donnell, Diary of Mistress Belle-Ward, Martha Coffey, Features; 
Betty Rose, The "Y" Speaks; Ophelia Colley, Campus Column; Helen Dobbie, Chapel 
programs. 

Front roio: CHARLOTTE Macoy, Sez Sanco; Kathleen O'Donnell, Eagle Feather, '31; 
Louise Lathrop, Eagle Feather, '32, Society News; Louise Chafey, Features, Club Chatter, 
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Wordsmiths 



Top rozv: Lois Melton. Louise Lathrop Dorris Fish, Sarah Bryan, Dorothy Stewart. 

Middle ro:r: Kathleen O'Donnell. Sarah Poorman. Retta Read. Ruth Black. Virginia Doss. 

Bottom rozv: Helen Conley, Priscilla Lewis, Nancy Ldnsford. Charlotte Macoy. President; Lillian 

Jones, Mary Quicley. 




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Ferne Kino, Virginia Walker. Helen Justus, Ei sa Van Derhoee, Martha Billincton. 
):r.- Josephine Gardner. Bonnie Hacer, Florence Scott, Mary Craumer. Rlbie Battey. 
'o:<'.- Katherine Swigcert. Mrs Souby. Sponsor; W'ilma Baker. President, Nancy Edwards. 



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Top roiv: Frances Shaw. Fidelity, '31; Mary Dunglinson, Founders, '31, Bo-i' Lege, 
Heron, '32; Henrietta Cherrington, Founders, '32 

Bottom row: Elizabeth Smith, Fidelity, "32; Betty Hamilton, North Front, '31: Mabi' 
Craumer, North Front, '32; Genevieve Sallee, Heron, '31; Mayre Berkey, Senior. '32; 
Dorothy Hunter, Pembroke, '31; Audrey Farris, Senior, '31; Madora Thomas, Pem- 
broke, '32 



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Top row: Marjorie Dysart, Julia Balrs Noe, Betty Rose, Margaret Kelley. 

Middle row: Mary Cooper, Anne Morton, Helen Dobbie, Betty Hol\.es, Dorothy 

Roberts 

Bottom row: Constance Fegles, Marian Kirkpatrick, Mildred Morgan, Marjorie 

Mackey. 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, 1932 




GiNEIlAL MAWAGEG. 



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Managers of Sports 

Top row: Boy Lege. Hockey; Marcia Vincent, Tennis; Jane Ann Epperson, Swimming; 
Dorothy Hill, Basketball ; Margaret Sitton, Riding 

Bottom row: Marjorie Sherwood, Bowling; Priscilla Lewis, Baseball; Marian Flemtye, 
Archery; Camilla Nance, Water Polo; Mary Elizabeth Troxel, Track 



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French Club 



Mary Roach, Helen Dob: 
Sybilla Johnston. Alma 



DoRRis Fish, Elizabeth Binyon, Scorn Dwyer, Helen Justice, Emily 
LIS, Elizabeth Thomas. Kathryn Rush. Dorothy Roberts. Virginia 
Benedict 
Third row: Isobel Kennedy. Annie Kate Rebman. Mary Louise Turrell. Louise Chafey. Mary Allison. 

Ruth Black, Welma Baker. Eugenia Flinn. Lillian Jones, Mercedes Augustine 
Second row: Sarah Poorman. Charline Dowling. Elizabeth Holmes. Arthella Stander, Cile Wright. Betty 

Hamilton. Marguerite Lemle. Frances Dean Smith 
Bottom row: Virginia Ann Haynes, Evelyn Widell. Mildred Morgan Frances Parks, Emmy Lou Phillips. 
President: Mary Avon Motlow. Mary O'Donnell, Elaine Barlow. Elise Petit 




Top row 
Middle T 
Bottom 



German Club 

Vincent, Eliza 



. Hortense. Hart. Marc 
Guthrie. Marjor 
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Helen Bain. Doroti 



NZEL. Helen Conley. Viol,- 
Betty Grammes. Jane Brosius 



I Newman. Dorothy Dysart. Caiherine 
"hompson. Charlotte Shenk, Dorothy 
Beecher, President; Evelyn Widell. 




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A steady stream of cabs de- 
posited us all at "the lions" 
of South Front where we were 
met by unfamiliar girls who. 
before the week was out. had 
become our friends and had 
taken us many times down 
the flagstone walks to the 
club houses for the whirl of 
rushing. Then came our de- 
cisions, our servitude as 
"fags," and after initiation 
we were no longer "new" but 
rather identified members of 
one big group beginning a 
happy year together. 



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MILESTONES 



ino PER CENT CO- 
OPERATION ASKED 
IN HYPHEN DRIVE 

Today out' of tht* most iiupui i;inf 
events of the ycor is to lake jjlai.. 
The Hyphen «tatT tiO!) worked hiu-^i'-i 
than ever before to make a perfect 
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The Hyphen drive gave us all 
an opportunity to keep up on 
"campus doings." Very soon, 
after the activities of the Seniors and 
their week, the other classes were 
formally organized and recognized on 
the steps of "Ac," pledging that they and 
Ward-Belmont "both giving would be 
blessed." Followed classes, warm autumn 
days, and the end of October with the fun of 
the traditional Halloween Dinner. 





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Tht first dub sport of the season was hockey 
in which the Tri K's were victorious, defeating 
the Penta Tau's. The final scramble was on 
Thanksgiving morning, and that night, with 
flags, red, white and blue streamers, soft 
lights, and the "Bells of Ward-Belmont" we 
remembered the "blessing of the Pilgrims on 
the first Thanksgiving Day." Almost unbe- 
lievably soon, when we think of how endless 
three months seemed, there came the T. C. 
Christmas dance, the shopping in crowded 
Nashville streets. The night before Home- 
fioing was the Servants' Program, followed by 
the dormitory parties and the Seniors carol- 
ling from hall to hall in a mist, most unlike 
some of the snowy holiday seasons at home. 



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After Cliristmas it was "back to regula- 
tion" and settling down for five months of 
it. The weather was cold but not very 
much so. Concerts were scheduled at 
intervals and one of the. best was the ap- 
pearance of Kathryn Meisle. The dances 
were in full swing, one of which was the 
X. L. French Cabaret. Then came George 
Washington's Birthday dinner, followed 
by the Senior minuet, one of the favorite 
and most dignified of our traditions. 



'PRESENTS 



KATHRYN cMEISLE 

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W/^RD-<BELMONT o4UDIT0RlUM 
Wednesday, February 10, 1932 

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tJ^Catrb (Seventeenth 

1932 



Basketball, won by the Tri K's, 
caused much excitement. Then 
came the Milestones campaign 
which was concluded by the dinner 
on St. Patrick's night. Meanwhile, 
feeling for Senior - Senior - Middle 
Day was beginning to bubble and 
the Senior - Middles became 
"snarky" while the Seniors looked 
on amusedly. Our impression of 
the Day of Days wa« color, spirit, 
and flashy playing. At this tii 
we welcomed the girls who re- 
d for Homecoming and the 
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Spring called and there was just 
no time for studying except on 
the way to class. The Seniors, as 
the guests of the Senior-Middles, 
spent a delightful Evening in 
Paris at the annual banquet 
which the Vagabonds gave to the 
victors. The campus became a 
popular place for "sunning" un- 
der guise of books, and the tea 
room business increased. And 
"Toney," are you taking the 
little girl to Council? 



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Along came the summer dresses in the box from 
home. Spring sports included baseball, with Miss 
McEttrick giving the track aspirants a work-out, 
and a couple of entrants in the Riding Show seemed 
cheerful. The Junior Middles had their class picnic 
at Bonny Brook, the beginning of the final flurry 
of picnics teas and galj events before exams, 
Commencement and HOMF 





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Jettii-; Townsend Pmidt-nt 



ANTI-PANDORA CLUB 

OFficers 

Bettie Townsend President 

Eleanor Sherwood Vice President 

Marjorie Sherwood Secretary 

Nancy Emrick Treasurer 

Louise Chafey Sergeanl-al-.irms 




Miss Frances G. Swenson Sponsor 



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Anti-Pandora Club 

Top row: Margaret Anderson, Dorothy Beasley (Mich), Elsie Lee Blum, Georgia 
BoAGNi, Louise Chafey 

Bottom row: Dorothy Clifford, Mary Kathryn Craumer, Martha Claire Clay, 
Adele Dodson 



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MILESTONES 




Anti-Pandora Club 



Top rox: Charlekn Elliott, Nancy Emrick, Jayne Harris. Corrie Louise Hook 
Janith Huguelet 

toiiom rozv: Mary Ann Kelly, Eleanor Lini;b.'\rclr, Mariha Milton, Joy Mell 



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Top rozv: Sarah Mell. Katherine Morgan, Doris Morgan, Estelle Pirie, Rebecca 

Powell 

Bottom row: Genevieve Sallee, Ruth-English Sheckell, Eleanor Sherwood, Marjorie 
Sherwood, Elizabeth Ann Shriner 



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T. C. Club 

Top row: NiTA Barton, Lenore Binswancer, Eugenia Bradford, Jane Bucklen, 

Ruth Black 

Bottom row: Martha Coffey, Helen Dobbie, Constance Fecles, Lucille Calvin. Ruth 

B. Goldman 



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T. C. Club 

Top row: Dorothy Granes, Betty Hamilton, Frances Holtzman, Jane Jenkins, 
Jaconette Lawrence 

Bollom row: Ruth Lin'ERMan, Janet McQuilkin, Marjorie Mackey, Helen Madden, 
Martha Neblett 



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T. C. Club 

Top rotv: Mary O'Donnell, Carol Porter, Mary Quigley, Dorothy Roberts, Goldie 

Sales 

Botiom ro'.c: Elsa Swift, Dorothea Tebbs, Dorothy Mae Wenzel, Lorene Wonsetler 



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Del Vers Club 

Top row: RuBiE Battey, Virginia Benedict. Marion Conner Dawson, Virginia 
Ferguson, Dorris Fish 

Boiinm row: Frances Garrison, C'atmerine Guthrie, Margaret Angeline I Iarris, 
Dorothy Hood, Helen Justice 



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Del Vers Club 

Top rozu: Elizabeth Kerr, Violet Mae Kisner, Jeanette Knowles, Marv Lewman, 
Janet Maechtle 

Bottom row: Mary Avon Motlow. Jeane Trigg Myers, Pauline Neisler, Elizabeth 
Neumann, Frances Parks 



MILESTONES 



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Del Vers Club 

Top row: Ei.iSE Pettit, Emily Quinn, Mary Roach, Ruth Rymer, Elizabeth Smith 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Stewart, Mai Noy Van Deren, Altona Webb, Eliz\beth Zutt 



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TRI K CLUB 

Officers 

Marjorie Remington President 

Audrey Farris I'ice President 

Lillian Jones Secretary 

Janice Van Brunt Treasurer 

Virginia Barrett Sergeant-at-Arms 



Miss Catherine E. Morrison 



Sponso 




MILESTONES 



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Tri K Club 



Top row: WiLMA Bales, Virginia Barrett, Jane Curfman, Frances Edmondson, 
Jane Ann Epperson, Katherine Evans 

Bottom row. Audrey Harris, Margaret Frey, Frances Fulenwider, Lora Gillis, 
Lillian Jones 



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Tri K Club 



Top row: Virginia I<ii-:siil, Alma Lunderman, Virginia McWilliams, Charlotte M^coy, 
Jane Moore, Jean Murphy 

Hotiom row: JuLiA Bales Noe, Kathleen O'Donnell, Constance Osterman, Sarj\h 
Poorman. Katherine Reynolds 



MILESTONES 



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Tri K Club 



Top row: Betty Rose, Jane Roudebush, Catherine Siegmund, Kathryn Shindel, 
Wanda Taylor 

Boiiom ru-:v: Rose Toney, Janice Van Brunt, Jeanne Van Brunt, Elsa Van Derhoef, 

CiLE Wright 



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Penta Tau Club 

Top row: Dorothy Bennett, Dorothy Cline, Jean Daniels, Nedaye Eppes, 
Marian Flentye 

Boiioni row: Nell Hurston, Edith Morrow Hyde, Marian Kirkpatrick, 
Louise Lathrop 



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Penta Tau Club 



Top row: Josephine McConnell, Nelle McMurray, Camilla Nance, Harriett Pace, 
Mary Peckham 

Bottom row: Katherine Pollock, Annie Kate Rebman, Jean Reed, Elizabeth Rothweil 



MILESTONES 



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Penta Tau Club 

Top row: RoGENE Shepard, Eleanor Sibley, Mary Soper, Mary Katherine Stubbins 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Thomas, Elizabeth Wansley, Flora Ann Williams, Jane Tyler 



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Martha Ellen Helme President 



X. L. CLUB 

OFficers 

Martha Ellen Helme President 

Jane Heffner J'ice President 

Charline DowLiNG Secretary 

Dorothy Allen Treasurer 

Betty Ann Clinch Sergeant-at-Arms 



Miss Frances McElfresh 



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Top rozu: Dorothy Allen, Mercedes Augustine, Bettv Bickley, Dianne Carmichael, 
Betty Ann Clinch 

Boiiom row: Virginia Davenport, Charline Dowling, Ann Durand, Ruth A. Goldman 



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Top row: Virginia Ann Havnes, Irene Heckethorn, Jane Heffner, Beth Lee, 
Margaruite Lemle 

Boitnm run:- MiLDRED LoRicK, Marcarite Page, Mary Louise Perkins, Betsy Roach 



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X. L. Club 

Top row: Maurice Rountree, Fe<ances Shaw, Marie Sidowey, Jean Stratton 

Bottom row: Virginia Throgmorton, Mary Louise Turrell, Katherine Wallace, 
Catherine Willis 



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Ellun FocKii President 





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Osiron Club 

Top row: Helen Aldridce, Katherine Bothman, Ida Beth Cowden, Helen Cook, 
Mary Dunglinson 



Bottom row: Janelle Edwards, Milbrey Frazer, Dorothy Fritz, Louise Henderson 



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Top row: Dorothy Hunter, Carmen Hurst, Mary Helen Kennedy, Marion Low, 
Marjorie Moreland 

Bottom row: Eli:abeth Perner, Emmy Lou Phillips, Helen Rauch, Retta Reed 



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Osiron Club 

Top roiv: Ruth Resek, Vivian Scheer, Gwendolyn Snodgrass. Delma Snow 
Boiiom row: LouisE Stephens, Elise Tyson, Helen Ulmer, Barbara Winter 



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Agora Club 



Top rcKv: Helen Bain, Nancy Lou Baker, Elaine Barlow, Margie Bortz, Kathleen 

Chapman 

Bottom row: Ophelia Colley, Martha Cohea, Virginia Gunn, Hortense Hart 



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Asora Club 

Top row: Juliette Hutton, Sybilla Johnson, Margaret Kelley, Frances Kelley, 
Jane Keyport 

Bottom row: Annette McAdoo, Marcie Matthews. Lois Milton, Helen Parker 



MILESTONES 



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Agora Club 

Top row: Mary Katherine Porter, Mary Alice Ringo, Susan Roudabush. Virginia 
RouDABUSH, Florence Scott 

Bottom rozv: Marianne Squibb, Mary Uible, Edith Nickers, Elizabeth Wilhoite 



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Elise L. Livingston President 




A. K. CLUB 

Officers 

Elise L. Livingston President 

Margaret Sitton J'ice President 

ScOTTI DwYER Secretary 

Viola Beecher Treasurer 



Miss Aileen Wells Sponsor 




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A. K. Club 

Top roza: WiLMA Baker, Viola Beecher, Mayre Berkey, Elizabeth BiNYON, Henrietta 

Cherrington 

Boltom row: ScoTTi Dwyer, Emily Frazer, Aileen Freeman, Margaret Frushour 



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Top row: Josephine Gardner, Marion Gilchrist, Betty Grammes, Betsy Hinkle, 
Miriam Hornbeck 

Bottom row: Isabel Kennedy, Martha Limber, Delores Moore, Mildred Morgan 



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Top ro'ji: Dolly Schuetze, Charlotte Shenk, Margaret Sitton, Arthella Stander, 
Carol Starbuck 

Bottom row: DoROTHY Stewart, Roberta Tidmore, Mary Elizabeth Troxel, Evelyn 
Wallace, Charlotte Whitman 



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MILESTONES 




PAL'LiNii Williams 



F. F. CLUB 



Officers 

Pauline Williams President 

Jane Brosius I'ice President 

Helen Goldman Secretary 

Elizabeth Holmes Treasurer 

Madora Thomas Sergeanl-at-.lrms 



Miss Bertha Ruef Sponsor 




MILESTONES 



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F. F. Club 

Top row: Mary Allison, Rae Baker, Dorothy L. Beasley, Mary Bickerstaff, Jane 

Brosius 

Bottom row: Odille Burrow, Mary Elise Cobb. Helen Conley, Mary Cooper, Marjorie 

Dysart 



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F. F. Club 

Top roa\- Dorothy Dysart, Fr.\nces Falney. Enelyn Ferrell, Eugenia Flinn, Helen 

Goldman 

lioiiom ruic: Eli:abeth Hawkins, Elizabeth Holmes, Helen Hogg, .-Xlice Hl'ffman. EiiLA 

Mae Luper 



MILESTONES 



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F. F. Club 



Top row: Mary Sue McAdorv, Ann Morton, Mary Mullino, Margaret Peck. Dolly 
Ross, Kathryn Rush 

Bottom rout: EuLALiA Sawyer, Margaret Simpson, June Stout, Harryette Sudekum, 
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Top rozv: Wendell Austin, Mary Currell Berry, Ann Briggs, Sarah Bryan 
Bottom rotv: Ella Lu Cheek, Evelyn Cherry, Sarah Colton 



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Top row: Carolyn Eskridge, Queenye Sloan, Lisbeth Smith, Beverly Stone 
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Top row: Margaret Howe, Ferne King, Priscilla Lewis, Janet McFadden, Jane 

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Bottom rozv: Helen Miles, Katherine Swiggart, Jane Thompson, Bobbie White, Ex'elyn 

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CoNROSE Buchanan 
Laura Duke . . 



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Top row: Edith Anderson, Martha Billington, Conrose Buchanan, Ruth Carlin, 
Mary Margaret Craig 

Bottom row: Emily Davis, Florence Galbraith, Elizabeth Glasgow, Eloise Hanley, 
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Top row: Douglas Levine, Nancy Lunsford, Mary Mustard, Eleanor Reed. Claudine 
Smelser, Martha Helen Smith 

Bottom row: Katherine Stooke, Margaret Swaney, Marcia Vincent, Martha White. 
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OFficers 

Margaret Cavert President 

Virginia Brown l'" President 

Mable Ann Herbert Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Martha Ordway Sponsor « 

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Top row: Elizabeth Daniel, Margaret Davidson, Catherine Dorris 
Eotiom rozv: Mary C. Hicks, Mamie Howell, Theresa Howley 



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STATE CLUB PRESIDENTS AND SPONSORS 

Alabama Club 

Mary Katherine Stubbins President 

Miss HiBFRNiA Seay Sponsor 

Illinois Club 

Marian Flentye President 

Miss Jane Pulver Sponsor 

Kentucky Club 

Mary Lewman President 

Mrs. Charlie McComb Sponsor 

Indiana Club 

Mary Elizabeth Troxel President 

Miss Virginia Small Sponsor 

Ohio Club 

Dorothy Fritz President 

Miss Florence Boyer Sponsor 

Oklahoma Club 

Mary Roach President 

Miss Finances E. Church Sponsor 

Pennsylvania Club 

Charlotte Shenk President 

Miss Katharine Lydell Sponsor 

Tennessee Club 

Elizabeth Kerr President 

Miss Anna Pugh Sponsor 

Texas Club 

Jane Tyler President 

Miss Venable Bi.ythe Sponsor 

Wisconsin Club 

Betty Rose President 

Miss Jane Carling Sponsor 

Missouri Club 

Margaret Sitton President 

Western Club 

Josephine McConnell President 

Miss Thelma Campbell Sponsor 



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Georse and Martha Washington 

Mary Katherine Stubbins as George Washington and Kathryn Rush as Martha Washington, 
presided over the evening of the 1932 Washington birthday dinner at the minuet which is 
one of the most dignified and colorful of Ward-Belmont traditions. 



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LITERARY SECTION 
WORDSMITH 



Bridsc 



Strange how many bridge^ thert 
Tc Lie things together: 

Rings^bridging precariously 
Lives o*" men and women; 
Laughter-Abridging 
Gaps in conversation: 
Glances — affording adequate 
Means of thought transportatioi 
Lips — bridges between 
Lovers and Paradise; 
Lamps — between 
Student and learning. 

Too many bridges — 
Everything a means to an end. 
Soacc offering itself a pathway 
Between a World and Uncertair 



-Ruth Black. 



The sky was a blur of small blinking stars 

All seeming to try to outshine one another 

In order that they might be noticed by a splendid siar 

That surpassed them in beauty and in brilliance. 

J was one of those little aspiring stars. 

Wanting just a £;lance from ycu, yei hoping for more — 

Then you saw me and gradually learned to love mc 

And I joyously shone alone by ycur siuc in a cloudless 

sky. 
Thinking that we would always be together — 
Not realizing that time changes everything. 
Then as the world rotated, unceasingly, 
I saw tne little star drift nightly further away 
From the position that was the envy of all others. 
And so we will be. my dear, caught by the everiastin,<;ly 



Rotating wheel of 
That we may try t 
As one of those uni 
When the reflectic 
gone" 



ime, and torn apart in spite o( all 
do. I shall drop back intc the mob 
Dticed. with nothing of beauty in rne 
1 of your personaliiy and iove are 



— DoROTHV Stewart. 



Stage Fright 



To some of us 

Death w ill bring 
Realization 

Like that of a child. 
Who. stricken with stage fright, 

Remembers everything 
Except the last line 

— Helen Conley. 



An intimate silence 

Enveloped us 

Who hovered around the mountain fire. 

All innocent of the spell the leaping flames 

Fed by imaginary 

Uolves and owls and cars 

Within the coals and burning wood. 

Where casting over all its flickering light 

Could seize. 

; gazing into the throbbing heat 



Or looking forward to naive delights 

When free. 

You sat above me 

Gently intertwining *iound your fingers 

Tendrils of my hair 

That had strayed from their proper place. 

What were your thoughts? 

Was the soft and dreamy smile upon your lips 

A tender reminiscence? 

Or were you looking forward with delight 

To another meeting with the one you lo\e' 

Were there no thoughts of mc with.n your mind? 

I could noL help but envy 

The '.'nknown person who, all innocent. 

Brought to you a moment o) exquisite happ<ness 

When there was no other thought to take its place. 

Would that i could feel 

That somerime in the future 

I could cause for you just such a moment; 

But I would be selfish and wish to know 

So that I might delight within my heart 

That I alone had given you the happiness 

Which belongs tc you as perfume to the yellow jasmine. 

Then suddenly as if loathe to follow long that trend of 

thought 
"^'ou urgently tossed the fingered lock 
And softly sighed — it had passed. 
That dream of yours. 
The lower logs, eaten by the burning fire. 
Thus unable to stand the weight of others. 
Crashed 

Breaking the delicate web that held us thus suspended 
nbrances, 

— Louise Lathrop. 



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I saw a wh:te magnolia petal moon — 
But as I stretched my thoughts to it, I heard 
Your half-held sob. Hands of the night w :nd stirred 
And smoothed the furrowed sky. But all too soon 

I saw your tears Sc small a thing it seems. 

But it can call me from my spring-night dreams. 
Oh, easier could I stand on my tiptoes 
And pluck a dozen of such moons for yovi. 
And keep them fresh with drip of star-light dew, 
Than shield you, little child, from such small woes. 

So 1 can only hold to you my hand. 

And say to you, "I think I understand." 

— DoRRis Fish. 



Wild wind, swishinf? through the tree-tops 
Bending sturdy oaks like willows, 
Tearing up houses for pleasure. 
Turning all the little silver leaves inside oui 

Huge clouds filled with black rain-drops 
Drift crazily about in the sky. 
Glorious — aw esomc — approach of a stcrm 
Combining dread — and promise — and fear. 



Then someone csmc and closed the 
They turned on the lights 
All the Gilorious, lowering black was 
And the swirling, swishing, wild wi 



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PENSTAFF 



A Loss 

A pt-et 

Like manv other men 
Bent over a lily. 
Drank of its life-blood 
And was glcrified. 

"I will make a song!" 
Said he in ecstasy. 
Contact with the freshne^^s 
Of dew on the white flower 
Arousing in him exuberance. 
And while he made his new song. 
A beautiful song. 

Whose very lines were prayers of joy- 
While he made the song 
Destined to sanctify his name 
On the lips of men, 
The lily lay, 
Unnoticed in his pocket. 



He found i 
A withered lily. 
And he cast it a 
Forgetting 
That he had nar 
A thing of Gcd 
But when it was 
His heart was w 
Drenched with s 
L-ike a parting w 



The Music oF the Hunt 

Liquid music — 

The long echoing call of a horn. 

Combined harmony — 

Dcep)-voiced. speckled hounds. 

Easy synccparion — - 

The long. Icw^ canter of a hack. 

Familiar music — 

The saddle squeak and "horsey" talk. 

Accented notes — 

Red-coated huntsmen on a gray-green hillside. 

Mad rhythm — 

Thundering hoofs and wild exhilaration of a jump. 

SoftmiHor— 

The limp body of a fox stretched on ihe cold ground. 

Liquid music — 

The long, re echoing call of a horn 

RUBIE B\TTEY 



Red flames lick 

The grey \eiled \ 

Tear at its drabn 

Like a halo 

Their crude brightness. 

Fused with leaden mists 

Crowns the burning building 

With a smoky glow. 



A creeping insidious thing at first 

It gnaws away 

And weakens 

Walls and floors. 

Then wild 

Like a caged thing set free 

From its frail bonds 

Of slated roof and timbered eaves 

It leaps triumphantly 

Flaring 

Glaring 

To high heaven. 

As ribbons of water 

Crystal and wavering 

Arch futilly upward 

Failing to lessen 

The thundering glory 

The oranae and gold 

Symphony of fire 

It laughs — 

This roaring, ruthless creature — 

And sends forth 

Hissing, steaming answers of scorn and dci 

"Man of todav 

Man of this Invincible Age 

Of science and super-civilization 

Tel! me now. 

Can YOU still be confidenL 

Self-complacent 

Can you still be overwhelmingly proud?" 

bo it jeers and sends crashing to the groun 

Scones, cement, and bits of iron fretwork. 

Silen'-ly the human masses stand 

impotent 

They w atch the building before them 

Tmn infn rh\nrrpr\ riiin-i 3 nitfoii*: <ihl 



piteous shell of what was. 
— Virginia WALKtR. 



Dance 

Bending. 

Circling. 

Dipping, 

Creeping, 

Screaming. 

Racing. 

Sweating, 

Swirling, 

W riching. 

Groaning. 

Torturing, 

Himself, 

The Apache Indian dances. 

Dances till strained muscles bleed; 

Dances till 'flamed eye*; c!o:5e; 

Dances till a week has passed: 

Dances harder than he fights; 

Dances on hot coals; 

Dances, snakes around his neck, waist. loins; 

Dances *5o the Rain and Sun gods 

Will give him his golden harvest corn. 

— WiLMA Baker, 



MILESTONES 



MOCK A B C*S 

A-ngelic "Jldge" 

B-razen Lois Milton 

C-lumsy DoTTiE Jane Tebbs 

D-evilish Helen Conley 

E-.\traordinary . . . Gaining Weight 

F-rivolous Edith Vickers 

G-ushy Rose Morrison 

H-omey Dean Burk 

I-ndespensable Gym Exhibit 

J-aunty Nedaye Eppes 

K-atty All of Us 

L-it "Sheck" 

M-uscular Jane Pulver 

N-erts Elise Li\ ingston 

'O-tcha 'Katie" 

P-rissy "Quig" 

Q-Liaint Beth 

R-omantic "Kelly" 

S-eductive "Sidowey" 

T-riflin' Camilla 

U-nconscious "Ginny" Throgmorton 

V-igoroLis "Stubbie" 

W-ild 'n Woolly "Reg" Hall 

X-it Milestones Staff 

^'-awnin' Concert Audiences 

Z-ilch "Rosie" 

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THE WARD-BELMONT ALUMNAE JOURNAL 

COMMENCEMENT NUMBER, 1952 



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THE 



Ward-Belmont Alumnae Journal 



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, JUNE, 1952 



Radical Changes Take Place in Past Twenty Years 



As this issue is dedicated to the class of '32, 
perhaps it would be well to mention the changes 
that have taken place during the twenty years 
since that class has graduated. The school itsell 
stands as firmly as it did in the first days ol its 
founding, but a great many of its most resolutely 
established rules have been abolished. The 
members of the aforementioned class will dis- 
belie\e such a statement, but you must remember 
that there has been an inter\al of twenty years 
since you first entered school and that progress 
has not been standing still. 

First of all. Miss M. Liz B,-th Kay-S,;- has 
been our Dean for the last four \ears; and 
although her standard has been slightly rigorous, 
the students as a whole feel that she has proxed 
herself a most popular dean. She has almost 
entirely lifted the restrictions placed upon the 
girls in regard to social privileges, for she is a 
firm belie\er in the new code stating that the 
modern j'outh must be gi\'en freedom in which 
to think and live. 

There are, however, a few rules which the 
dean and the faculty (who are old-fashioned 
enough to think it necessary to ha\e any rules 
at all) deem needful to keep the school running 
on a smooth basis; and for the enlightenment ol 
the class of '52 and for the amazement ot the 
class of '32, we are going to publish a few of 
these rules. 

1. Every girl must be equipped with a car 
of some kind so that the school will not be 
troubled with transportation problems. 

2. The girls may have their private planes in 
school, but they are requested not to land on 
the grass (remember the excitement over Mrs. 
Charlie's grass) but on the landings made lor 
that purpose. 

3. No girl will be permitted to wear stockings 
except in the coldest weather and CNery girl will 
be forced to wear the brief gym rompers about 
the campus, because the health department has 
decreed it the only sane method of warding off 
diseases. 

4. It will be a serious Council offense to sign 
in and out as it interferes w ith the already 
strenuous duties of the house mothers. 

5. Every girl must attend the regular classes 
in spending, for it is essential that all Ward- 
Belmont students learn the value of wise 
spending, 

b. Every girl will be provided with a date 
once a week for it has become too probable that 
modern youth is o\erbashlul in the presence of 
young men. 



ITius \ou may gather from the rules men- 
tioned above, that Ward-Belmont has become 
extremely lenient in comparison with its strictness 
in the past. But then again you must remember 
that many years have passed, and that with the 
passing of those years the old rules and regula- 
tions have become useless. You must not feel 
(class of '32) that your school has lowered its 
reputation because it has become modernized : 
on the contrary. Ward-Belmont has increased 
its national standing tenfold, and is as jealous 
of the safety and well-being of its students as 
it has ever been. 



In the passing of the years certain changes 
are bound to take place and the Athletic De- 
partment has not been oserlooked. Some twenty 
years ago. in 1932. physical education lor girls 
was limited to only such sports as field hockey, 
basketball, baseball, track and other similar 
games. With the increase in interest in sports 
for women all fields are open and Ward-Belmont 
has grown accordingly. 

First of all the swimming pool was rebuilt. It 
is now half in-door and half out-door. It is 
of much greater dimensions than formerly and 
affords excellent practice for the girls trying out 
for the Olympics. The high di\e is a splendid 
one and the girls are last perfecting their breath- 
taking dives. The pools are open at all hours 
during the day and evening with a lite guard on 
duty so that at any time the girls feel the need 
ol a relreshing swim they may go in. 

.Another innovation is the classes in polo. 'ITiese 
have been in existence some time and the girls 
take a great deal of interest. In the past ten 
years there has been enough interest to ha\e 
polo tournaments among the clubs just as in the 
other sports. The string of ponies owned by 
Ward-Belmont are of the finest. 

During the spring \acation. the .Athletic 
.Association sponsors a week s stay in Cuba. 
Plane service is arranged for. and as many of the 
girls as wish to may go. While there, the girls 
participate in the annual out-board motor boat 
races for which they train on their own lake, 
recently made by the school. 

.A large arena for ice hockey has been built 
back up on the hill, which has all been added to 
the Ward-Belmont estate. ITie girls are taught 
to ice skate: the game in all its technicalities is 
practiced, just like we used to do in field hockey; 
and then the club tournament played. One of 
the big events of the year is the annual Ice 
Carnival — held in-doors of course — similar to 
that given at Dartmouth. 

Come back to Homecoming, and we uill show 
you how we have grown! 



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In Passing We Present 



■'How different everything looked on the 
campus last homecoming. None of the old faces 
in Senior and Pembroke, among the girls, 
although there are a lew of our old friends who 
have returned and now hold positions on the 
faculty, — And the Club Houses — 1 was actually 
stunned at the changes — and the T. C. House, 
my dear, has a frigidaire, which makes it the 
talk of the campus. 

"It really doesn't seem as if I have been away 
twenty years, but then again because of the 
modern improvements which have sprung up all 
over the campus, 1 am made conscious of the 
fact that I am no longer of the younger gener- 
ation,' 

"And just a word about myself, since you have 
asked. I, as you probably know, studied in 
Paris for three years after 1 graduated from 
W.-B. in '32, then returned to New York City 
and worked there in the Interior Decoration 
L^epartment rf Saks. For some time now 1 have 
had my own establishment, which specializes 
in modernistic decorations. It's really perfectly 
facinating. ' Ruth Black, '32. 

Yes, you guessed correctly; we ha\'e moved 
into our. new home on the sea shore, for the 
summer, and ycung Dcrothy likes it so well, 
because there is so much doing for a youngsub-deb. 

"This year I have not devoted much of my 
time to my work in the Little Theater Guild, but 
have been working on, and planning for, 
Dorothy's season, as she is making her bow to 
society this ne.xt Christmas Eve, in the Ritz- 
Carlton Hotel, which makes both her father and 
me very happy. 

"She has enjoyed her work so very thoroughly, 
under Miss Townsend during these past si.x 
years, that 1 teel as it 1, too, were there again 
as a student, and feel above all that 1 had not 
appreciated the surroundings, and environment 
of Southern hospitality, which adds so much to 
one's character. 

"Just to make us feel as if we are all school 
chums together again, I'm going to sign my 
maiden name — " Sincerely, 

DoROTHy Roberts, '32. 



"Oh yes, I saw Rita Page last week. She's 
doing settlement work here in Chicago and is 
truly wrapped up in it. 

"This is the first time that I have ever been 
here on tour, and it's truly the most facinating 
city. I've spent just hours roaming around 
seeing the sights — I'm simply in love with the 
Loop, and all the adorable night clubs, of which 
I've never seen as many attractive ones before. 

"I'm almost sure at this point,' that I can 
make Ward-Belmont this year if nothing unfore- 
seen arises, as I ha\'e my concert tours so arranged 
that I shall be in Nashville the evening of the 
21st ot this month, and I would love nothing 
better than to play in chapel the morning of the 
22nd. I haven't yet forgotten how I envied the 
girls who returned and gave speeches on Paris 
or Women's Vocations, they seemed so very 
superior to me. 



"1 hope that I shall see you the morning of the 
22nd—" " B[;th Lee, '33. 



"I can imagine how funny it must feel to be 
back for Homecoming twenty years later, after 
all the changes and new rules, when we thought 
it was so very lenient during our two years there. 

"You're right, 1 was thrilled to death when 
'Catling' won the Kentucky Derby this year. 
He's really such a sweet horse, that my husband 
and I thought that he deserved the honors after 
ail the strenuous training he endured this past 
winter in Florida. 

"Oh yes. bye the bye, 'Lew' — Mary Lewman — 
was with us in Florida this past January, and 
she looks just as she did twenty years ago, and 
is as original as ever, she has had charge of the 
advertising department of Vogue for the past 
five years now, aside from the splendid paintings 
she has done, some of which you have probably 
seen. 

"As for news of myself, I really have none. 
We're still here in Louisville, and are spending 
our leisure hours riding and hunting, here and 
in Miami, too." 

Margaret Sitio)i Warner, '32. 



'Pulver,' you angel, I was so excited to hear 
from you with one of those classic 'Tell-us-some- 
thing-about-vourself letters. It seemed so very 
much like 1932 to hear from you and I can just 
see the new Hyphen office. How I long to be 
there. 

"In answer to the above, I can talk nothing 
but Dude Ranches in the West, when one ques- 
tions what I am doing with myself. They all 
seem to be coming along perfectly grand, and all 
the boys and girls get along beautifully. I am 
now turning several of them in the southernmost 
sections, into all-year-round ranches, with a lour 
years college department in each. This, I think, 
will put them on a still higher basis in the minds 
of all classes of people. As far as I know 'at this 
point , mine are the only schools of this type in 
existence. 

"Yes, I shall be there for Homecoming this 
year, as I am planning to visit Dorothy Cline 
at that time." 

Marjorie Helene Sherwood, '33. 



"Jane my dear, how very exciting to hear 
from you. I have meant to write you, but have 
just had my time all taken up with my social 
duties since my return from spending the winter 
in Vienna with Infant,' while he was studying 
medicine there. 

"To occupy myself during that time I started 
a salon, to which, to my delight, all the prominent 
poets of that vicinity came. I enjoyed it more 
I believe, than anything else I have e\er done. 

"I have now returned to my penthouse on the 
top of the Empire State Building, and am doing 
nothing in particular. I have been thinking 
seriously about running down there for a week- 
end, just to see the campus and chat with those 
of my old friends who are still there." 

Ruth-English Scheckell, '32. 



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BITS ABOUT 'EM 



Ward-Belmont 



1932 



Some time ago we receixed word that Delores 
Moore was in charge of Miss Sisson's and Miss 
Morrison's camp, but at that time we did not 
realize that so many Ward-Belmont girls were 
its patrons. Delores wrote us the other day that 
Mary Tio\,-t Kelsey and Frances Cain Harrison 
annually send their olTspring there. 

Betty liiiiyoii Kennedy has a lovely home in 
Ft. Worth and insists on entertaining all her 
old school Iriends when they are in town. As 
Or. Barton used to say. she "upholds the old 
1 exas hospitality. " 

Ruth Carlin is now teaching Spanish at Ward- 
Belmont. No doubt Ruth received the "call " 
during her course in 32. 

Oh. ye? — and ha\e you heard the new Guthrie 
Rhapsody which Catherine has just created? 

Last month Kathryn Rush made a decided 
impression on the cynical New York audience 
when she presented her own interpretation ol 
Evening Becomc'y hitolerable. 

Elise Livingston is now stationed on the 
Labrador as a result of a request by Sir Wilfred 
that she take o\er his work. We hear that she 
has established a rabbit farm so that the little 
children in the orphanage may have appropriate 
playthings. 

By the way, we saw Dorris Fish, present 
editor of the New York Times, and Grace 
Peckham, the famous international stylist, 
lunching at Toney's \'illa which is rapidly 
becoming the most popular place along the 
Avenue. 

Do you remember the time a perfectly strange 
young man requested Rose Morrison lor an 
introduction to .Alma Willis^ Well, just the 
other day we again saw them in church, but this 
time they didn t need Rose because Alma has 
become Mrs. Smith. 

.^ileen Reager Barr and her husband were seen 
lunching in a Chicago tea room the other day. 

Martha Helme wrote us that she is still 
expecting to be married any minute. We wonder 
what the delay has been, for in the meantime she 
has made herself a name as an exclusive buyer, 
with singing as a delightful avocation. 

Marjorie Remington has taken over all of theold 
Alice Foote McDougall places and seems to be 
most successful. Its now a question of what to 
do with the business, for she writes us that she 
is on the \erge ol her second marriage We didn t 
have the first one on record. "Marj," but then 
we ha\e more trouble than e\er with our .\lumna' 
files, what with Bessie Mai long since departed 
and now sending little numbers to the day school. 

Frances Dean Smith, the new dean of Wellesley 
College, wrote us that the Ward-Belmont girls 
transferring are getting better e\ery year. 

There are a lew of our friends whom we see 
every day. F'or instance, Geneva Jones, Happy 
llojfman, and Florence Green (sorry but we 
haven"t the new names) call for their daughters 
every afternoon. 

Bv the wa\', Ellen Focke has become a famous 



collector of old manuscripts and first editions. If 
\ ou happen to hear of any treasures, be sure to 
let her know. 

"Ophie" Colley was always the diplomat, and 
now she's gone and got herself appointed am- 
bassador to Jugoslavia. So goes \Vard-Belmont 
e\en to the foreign ports. 

If your children are going to be taking gym 
(and they will be. for gym is still gym, demon- 
stration and all!) you will he glad to know that 
"Happy " Page is in charge, that Dot Cline. '33 
(who won the last Olympic championship), 
teaches swimming, that Katie and Camilla teach 
riding, that Dot Hill has basketball, and Gooch 
will have to be convinced of adequate excuses. 

Drop by Courtland, .Alabama, sometime and 
when you see a very majestic mansion in the 
midst ol a grove ol oaks, enter, lor there you 
will find our much beloved .Annie Kate, the 
charming hostess, with a lovely family. She may 
even be able to give you pomrers on the newest 
scientific means of raising children. 

1933 

Nancy Schumacher is as yet unmarried, but 
there are rumors afloat to the effect that she is 
contemplating giving up her busy social life to 
retire into matrimony. 

Jeanne \'an Brunt, as new president of the 
W. C. T. U.. states that she is going to do her 
best to make the national temperance standing 
higher and higher. 

This certainly is new: Helen Conley is the new 
Dean of Faculty (a kind of educational sponsor. 
you know). 

By the way. our foreign cc rrespcndent brings 
us more news Irom abroad: Dick Stewart pre- 
sented her second great exhibit last fall, and the 
circles have been lavish in their praise of her 
lamous conception ol Libtriy and freedom. 

There is no use in avoiding the issue: "Sug" 
Bryan Benedict is the most prominent social 
leader in Nashv ille. 

Hav e V ou heard of Cleo Newman and Frances 
Parks (32) lately!' They are the greatest 
financiers in Wall Strest. Well — well be well 
represented during the next depression! 

Sez Sanio has climbed high since it left the 
pages of the Hyphen. He is now a special feature 
for I'aniiy Fair and he has netted "" lommie" a 
penthouse above the East River. Chromium- 
plated frigidaires. indirect lighting, and all! 

High School, 1932 

Bettie Townsend was caught speeding down 
a San .Antonio main rhoroughlare. and she almost 
startled the authorities (and all the girls who 
knew Bettie) out of a years growth. 

Heres the lastest about "tBoy": she holds the 
most prominent position that has been offered 
a woman in the United States. The Secretary 
of War has just made her admiral of the U. S. 
air fleet. 

Can you imagine what has happened to '"Ellie" 
Sherwood^ She and Susie Ht'ghes went into 
cahoots and opened dog kennels before anyone 
could interfere. That's a warning to English 
teachers who insist on spring anthologies. 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

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people in the work of the Art Department, the Athletic [Apartment, the 
Photography, and the Business Department : 

Marian Crawford Henrietta Cherrincton 

Ann Elder Dorothy Hood 

Jane Heffner Carol Porter 

Elise Tyson Elizabeth Wansley 

Mary Quicley Virginia Throgmorton 

Ophelia CoLLEY Eleanor Sherwood 

Sarah Bryan Nancy Schumacher 
Charlotte Macoy 



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Allen. Dorothy 22 lo McDonald Dri\e. Sioux City, Iowa 

Augustine, Mercedes 1915 West Charles Street, Grand Island. Nebraska 

Austin, Wendel 2212 Murphy Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 

Bain, Helen Pawnee. Illinois 

Beecher, Viola 214 Galesburg Road. Knowille. Illinois 

Berkey, Mayre 212 Jefferson Street, Elkhart. Indiana 

BiNYON, Elizabeth 2401 Stadium. Fort Worth. Texas 

Black, Ruth 1 725 "N" Street. Bedford. Indiana 

Bortz, Margie 479 Sunset \'iew Drive, .^kron, Ohio 

Buchanan, Conrdse Franklin Road, Brentwood. Tennessee 

Burrow, Odille 1629 West Twenth-sixth Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Carlin, Ruth Saratoga Drive, Nashville. Tennessee 

Chafey, Louise 138 Oley Street, Reading, Pennsylvania 

Colley, Ophelia Centre\ille, Tennessee 

Davenport, Virginia 1244 Fairview, Sapulpa. Oklahoma 

DoBBiE. Helen 707 Benoni .^Nenue. Fairmont. West Virginia 

DoRRis. Catherine 201 1 Linden Avenue. Nash\ille. Tennessee 

Dowling, Charline Munfordville, Kentucky 

Dunglinson, Mary 121 Summers, Bluefield, West X'irginia 

Dysart, Marjorie 703 Second Street, Elko, Nevada 

Emrick, Nancy 719 La Salle Street, Ottawa, Illinois 

Epperson, Jane Ann Algood, Tennessee 

Farr, Mary Alice 3901 Whitland Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 

Farris, Audrey 604 South Third Street. Floydada. Texas 

Fish. Dorris 5844 Stony Island Avenue. Apt. 9-H. c 'o Dr. Ella T. Dodge, Chicago. Illinois 

Fisher. Maxine 13 Sulgrave Court. Nashville. Tennessee 

Flentye. Marian 919 Central Avenue. Wilmette. Illinois 

Flinn. Eugenia Hernando. Mississippi 

FocKE, Ellen 2626 AvenueO.'i. Galveston. Texas 

Fritz, Dorothy 207 East Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio 

Goldman, Helen 401 South Walnut Street, Demopolis. Alabama 

GoocH, Margaret 801 Sixteenth Avenue. South. Nashville. Tennessee 

Green, Florence 1507 Tremont Street, Nashville, Tennessee 

Guthrie, Catherine 632 North Franklin Street, Greensburg, Indiana 

Harris, Peggy Ann 827 North Washington Street, Rutherfordton, North Carolina 

Hawkins, Elizabeth Lee Columbia, Tennessee 

Haynes, Virginia Ann 302 Columbia, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Heckethorn. Irene 618 Fourth. Southwest. .Ardmore. Oklahoma 

Helme. Martha 105 South Superior Street. .Angola. Indiana 

Hicks. Mary C Oakland. Nashville. Tennessee 

Hill. Dorothy 1500 Cedar Lane. Nashville. Tennessee 

Hoffman, Harriet 2607 Barton Avenue, Nash\ille, Tennessee 

Hogg, Helen Jackson, Kentucky 

Holmes, Elizabeth 217 Ward Street. Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Hooks, Corrie Louise 1849 Calder Avenue, Beaumont, Texas 

Jenkins, Jane 319 East Third Street. Russellville, Arkansas 

Jones. Geneva 3325 West End .Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 

Johnstone, Sybilla 123 Manor Lane, F'ort Thomas, Kentucky 



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Kennedy, Isabel 201 North Spring Avenue, La Grange. Illinois 

Kerr, Elizabeth 453 East Main Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Lemle, Marguerite 641 Stoner Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Lewis, Priscilla 205 Fairfax Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 

Lewman, Mary 45 Hill Road, Castlewood, Louisville. Kentucky 

Livingston, Elise Pleasant Valley, Wheeling, West Virginia 

LoRiCK, Mildred 2724 Walton Way, Augusta, Georgia 

McConnell, Josephine 2100 Marshall, Little Rock, Arkansas 

McQuiLKEN, Janet lb Jel^ferson Street, Bradford, Pennsylvania 

Mackey, Marjorie 220 Main Cross, Bowling Green, Missouri 

Manby, Jane 1913 Blair Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee 

Medaugh, Bertha 2ti08 West Linden, Nashville. Tennessee 

Moore, Carolyn Orrville. Alabama 

Moore, Delores, 300 Congress Street, Bradford. Pennsylvania 

Morgan, Mildred 208 Congress Street. Bradford, Pennsylvania 

MoTLOW, Mary Avon Lynchburg, Tennessee 

Nance, Camilla 308 Railroad Avenue "N", Marshall, Texas 

Neisler, Pauline 414 North Piedmont Avenue, Kings Mountain, North Carolina 

O'Donnell, Kathleen 504 South Jefferson Street, Junction City. Kansas 

O'Donnell, Mary 401 North Douglas. Ellsworth. Kansas 

Osterman, Constance 511 West Sixth Street, Seymour, Indiana 

Page, Harriett 634 Fortieth Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Parks, Frances 257 Glenwood Drive, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Peckham. Grace Taft. Texas 

Perner, Elizabeth Ozona. Texas 

Phillips, Emmy Lou 2501 Broadway, Galveston, Texas 

Porter, Mary Katherine 607 Fifth Avenue, West, Springfield. Tennessee 

Read, Retta 2736 Virginia Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 

Reager, Aileen 1 529 Tyler Park Drive. Louisville. Kentucky 

Rebman, Annie Kate Courtland, Alabama 

Remington, Marjory 773b-A Delmar Boulevard, University City, Missouri 

Reynolds, Kathryn Cave City, Kentucky 

Roach, Mary Alliens 219 East Thirteenth Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Roberts, Dorothy 617 Wenonah Avenue. Oak Park, Illinois 

Rose, Betty' 533 Webster Avenue. Green Bay. Wisconsin 

Rush, Kathryn 416 Wyandotte, Bartlesville. Oklahoma 

Rymer, Ruth 2620 Ocoee Street, Cleveland, Tennessee 

Sheckell. Ruth-English 67 South Munn Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey 

SiDOWEY, Marie 509 North Military Street, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 

SiTTON, Margaret 7255 Maryland Drive, University City, Missouri 

Smith, Frances Dean 107 West Washington Street, Fayetteville, Tennessee 

Smith, Martha Helen Ridgetop, Tennessee 

Stooke, Katherine 1303 Sixteenth Avenue. South. Nashville. Tennessee 

Taylor, Wanda 971 North Hazel Street, Pontiac, Illinois 

Thomas, Elizabeth 3 Niles Road. Austin. Texas 

Thompson. Elizabeth 121 Seventeenth .Avenue. South. Nashville. Tennessee 

Tidmore. Roberta 30b South Tin A\-enue. Deming. New Mexico 

ToNEY, Rose 433 North Henry. Morristown. Tennessee 

Troxel, Mary bl5 Bower Street, Elkhart, Indiana 

Turrell, Mary Louise 42 North Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre. Pennsylvania 

VicKERS, Edith R. R. 3, Eaton. Indiana 

Vincent, Marcia. Manistee, Michigan 



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NAME ADDRESS 

Wallace, Evelyn 100 East Maple Avenue. La Grange, Illinois 

Webb, Altona ' 811 Highland .'\\enue, Jackson, i ennessee 

WiDELl, Evelyn Westover Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 

Williams, Pauline Star Route, Yazor, City, Mississippi 

Willis, Alma 1001 Main Street, McCook, Nebraska 

Wood, Mattie Tate 3S10 Centr.il A\enue, Nashville. Tennessee 

Boarding Students 

Aldridce, Helen Box 315, Huntington, West Virginia 

Allison, Mary Mitchel Field, New York 

Anderson, Margaret Cheraw, South Carolina 

Baker, Nancy Lou 7802 Thirty-eighth .Avenue. Kenosha. Wisconsin 

Baker, Rae 3bOO Fourteenth Street, E3ox 314, Port .Arthur, Texas 

Baker, Wilma D La Crosse, Kansas 

Bales, Wilma 322 West Suttonfield Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Balsiger, Margaret 442 West Sixty-seventh Street Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri 

Barlow, Elaine 630 Miami Street. Leavenworth. Kansas 

Barrett, Virginia .809 Mayflower Apartments, Louis\ille, Kentucky 

Barton, Nita 501 West Front Street. Tyler. Texas 

Battey, Rubie , 453 Skokee Road. Glencoe. Illinois 

Beasley, Dorothy 2929 Hazelwood, Detroit. Michigan 

Beasley, Dorothy L Beeville, Texas 

Benedict. Virginia 909 Eighth Street, Southwest, Rochester, Minnesota 

Bennett, Dorothy 1215 North Main Street, .Aberdeen. South Dakota 

Bickerstaff, Mary Macon Road, Columbus. Georgia 

BiCKi.EY, Betty 1501 Kimball .Avenue. Waterloo. Iowa 

Binswanger, Lenore. 15bl Peabody .Avenue. Memphis, Tennessee 

Blum, Elsie Lee 1412 Johns Road, Augusta. Georgia 

Boagni. Georgia Box 122. Opelousas. Louisiana 

Bothman. Kathryn 30b West Vandalia Street. Edwardsville. Illinois 

Bradford. Eugenia 1535 Hilton Avenue. Columbus, Georgia 

Brosius, Jane 320 North Rutan, Wichita. Kansas 

Brown, Ann Maple Lane, Shields, Pennsylvania 

Bucklen, Jane 114 West Beardsley Avenue, Elkhart, Indiana 

Cain, Frances 327 Merrell Drive, Corpus Christi, Texas 

Carmichael, Dianne Osawatomie, Kansas 

Carruth, Letitia Bolls Hill, Chillicothe, Ohio 

Chapman, Kathleen Port Royal, Kentucky 

Cherrington, Henriette b39 Second .Avenue. Gallipolis, Ohio 

Clay, Martha Claire Ward-Belmont School, Nashville, Tennessee 

Clifford. Dorothy 3 Pickett Apartments. Edgewood. Wheeling, West Virginia 

Clinch, Betty 2101 South Boston, Suite 1, Tulsa. Oklahoma 

Cline. Dorothy 3100 Hamilton Boulevard. Wichita Falls. Texas 

Cobb, Mary Elise Route 1 . Hopkins, Minnesota 

Coffey, Martha 312 Bordeaux. Chadron, Nebraska 

Cohea, Martha 212 North Main Street. Springfield, Tennessee 

CoNLEY, Helen 71b North Jackson Street, .Albany. Georgia 

Cook, Helen b215 Oram Street. Dallas. Texas 

Cooper, Mary 813 Cooper .A\enue. Columbus. Georgia 

CoWDEN, Ida Beth 201 North C Street, Midland, Texas 

Craumer, Mary 1 148 Reading [Boulevard, Wyomissing. Pennsylvania 

Cunningham, Leta Mae 903 West Main Street, Waxahachie, Texas 

Curfman, Jane 109 East Fifth Street, Salida, Colorado 

Daniels, Jean 937 Forty-fifth Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Dawson, Marian Conner Owingsville, Kentucky 

Dodson, Adele Sinton, Texas 



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DuRAND, Ann 109 North Hill Street, Hobart, Oklahoma 

DwYER. ScOTTi 900 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 

Dysart, Dorothy 703 Second Street, Elko, Nevada 

Edwards, Janelle 1010 West Wall Street, Midland, Texas 

Elliott, Charleen It) 12 Garfield, Wichita Falls, Texas 

Eppes, Nedaye 5322 Institute Lane, Houston, Texas 

Evans, Katherine bb North Cedar Lawn Circle, Galveston, Texas 

Falvey, Frances 202 East Cotton Street, Longview, Texas 

Fecles, Constance 481b Sheridan Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Ferguson, Virginia Cloverport, Kentucky 

Ferrell, Evelyn 200 East College Street, Marion, Illinois 

Fields, Jane 5302 Institute Lane, Houston, Texas 

Frazer, Emily c/o Walter Keith, Harding Road, Nashville, Tennessee 

Frazer, Milbrey. c,/o Walter Keith, Harding Road, Nashville, Tennessee 

Freeman, Aileen. . . 1723 College Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin 

Frey, Margaret 2101 Chamberlain Avenue, Madison. Wisconsin 

Frushour, Margaret 322 East Lincoln Avenue, New Castle, Pennsylvania 

FuLENWiDER, FRANCES 1205 Lafayette Street, Denver, Colorado 

Galvin, Lucile 21ti North Thirty-third Avenue, East, Duluth, Minnesota 

Gardner, Josephine 013 Michigan Avenue, Albion, Michigan 

Garrison, Frances 41 1 South Main Street, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 

Gilchrist, Marion 1119 Santa Rita Street. Silver City, New Mexico 

Gillis, Lora 125 Columbus Street, Elyria, Ohio 

Goldmann, Ruth A 441 1 Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Goldman. Ruth B 4244 Foster Drive, Des Moines, Iowa 

Grammes, Blanche 820 Tioga Avenue, Bethlehem. Pennsylvania 

Graves, Dorothy 10b3 Forty-fifth .Street. Des Moines. Iowa 

GuNN, Virginia 208 Main Street, Springfield, Tennessee 

Hamilton, Elizabeth 1830 Verona Road, Kansas City, Missouri 

Harris, Jayne 707 Fairmount Road, St. Paul, Minnesota 

Hart, Hortense 3520 Chestnut, Kansas City, Missouri 

Hawkins, Jonnie Green 1401 Grant, Wichita Falls, Texas 

Heffner, Jane 5330 Michigan. Kansas City, Missouri 

Henderson, Louize Ozona, Texas 

HiNKLE, Betsy 20ti8 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 

Holtzman. Frances 3 104 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hood, Dorothy 815 Third Street. Alamosa, Colorado 

HoRNBECK. Miriam 38 North Fifteenth, Allentown. Pennsylvania 

Huffman, At ice 545 East University Avenue, lucson, Arizona 

Huguelet, Janith 5812 Winthrop Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 

Hurst, Carmen 123 West Sixth Street, Peru, Indiana 

HuRSTON, Nelle Cullman. Alabama 

Hutton, Juliet Minden, Louisiana 

Hyde. Edith Morrow 100 North High Street, Tuscumbia, Alabama 

Jones. Lillian G 700 West Locust, Johnson City, Tennessee 

Justice, Helen Reed 1450 Seyburn Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 

Kelly, Frances 1240 Choctaw Place, The Bronx, New York, New York 

Kelly, Mary Ann 231b Pillsbury Avenue, Minneapolis. Minnesota 

Kennedy. Mary Helen 437 North Main Street, Georgetown, Ohio 

Keyport, Jane Grayling. Michigan 

KiESEL, Virginia Nakoma, Madison, Wisconsin 

KiRKPATRiCK, Marian 1701 South Boston Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Kisner, Violet Mae b07 Fifth Street, Garden City, Kansas 

Knight, Elizabeth . .Cargyle Inn, Tampa, Florida 

Knowles, Jeannette 337 College Avenue, Richmond, Indiana 



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Lathrop, Louise 1027 South Twenty-sixth Street, Birmingham, Alabama 

Lawrence, Jaconette Chatauqua, Cx>uncll Grove, Kansas 

Lawton, Harriet 4467 North Lake Dri\e, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Lee, Beth 1 090 East Kings Highway, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Lege, Shirley 5302 Swiss .Avenue, Dallas, Texas 

Limber, Martha 1030 Elk Street, Franklin, Pennsylvania 

LiNEBARGER, Eleanor 214 East Monroe Avenue, Chrisman, Illinois 

Liverman, Ruth 2500 Bellaire, Den\er, Colorado 

Low, Marian 241 Volusia Avenue, Dayton, Ohio 

LuNDERMAN, Alma Pembroke, Kentucky 

LuPER, EuLA Mae 2501 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

McAdoo, Annette Lebanon, Tennessee 

McAdory, Mary Sue 811 Second Avenue, West, Cullman, Alabama 

McMurry, Nelle Garner Avenue, Springfield, Tennessee 

McWilliams, Virginia 1515 Glenlake A\enue, Chicago. Illinois 

Macoy, Charlotte 412 Som.erset Avenue, Webster Groves, Missouri 

Madden, Helen 607 East Second Street, Ottumwa, Iowa 

Maechtle, Janet 1323 Lake Street, Evanston, Illinois 

Matthews, Margie 148 West Isabella Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 

Mell, Joy 602 Forrest Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Mell, Sara 602 Forrest Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Milton, Lois 927 Elk Street, Franklin, PennsyKania 

Milton, Martha Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 

Moore, Jane 710 North Kansas A\enue. Liberal, Kansas 

Moreland, Marjorie 447 Walnut Street, Lexington, Kentucky 

Morgan, Catherine 202 Mary Louise Drive, San Antonio, Texas 

Morgan, Doris 927 Peden A\enue, Houston, Texas 

Morton, Anne 936 Second Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 

Mullino, Mary Montezuma. Georgia 

Murphy, Jean 4994 Cleves Pike, Price Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Murphy, Maxiene Box 768 Lakeland, Florida 

Myers, Jeane Main Street, Livingston, Tennessee 

Neblett, Martha Wood Box 401, Jackson, Kentucky 

Neumann, Elizabeth 710 West Sixth Street, Winona. Minnesota 

NoE, Julia Bales Route 5, Morristown, Tennessee 

Page, Marguerite 12 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, North Carolina 

Parker, Helen 433 North Main Street, Georgetown, Ohio 

Peck, Margaret 710 South Lawrence Street, Montgomery, Alabama 

Peckham, Mary Taft, Texas 

Perkins, Mary Louise Main Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 

Pettit, Elise 41 North Belle\ue, .^partment 1, Memphis, Tennessee 

PiRiE, Estelle Golf Club Manor, Route 1 , Rosslyn, Virginia 

PoLLOK, Kathryn 618 North Thirteenth Street, Temple, Texas 

PooRMAN, Sarah 301 West Center Street, Fairfield, Illinois 

Porter, Carol 1416 Sixteenth Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 

Powell, Rebecca 1004 Buncombe Street, Greenxille, South Carolina 

Pratt, Mildred Ann 179 South Fairview, St. Paul, Minnesota 

Quigley, Mary Valentine. Nebraska 

Quinn, Emily 2 Colonial Court, Henderson, Kentucky 

Rauch. Helen 836 North Columbia Street. Lancaster. Ohio 

Reed, Jean 715 West Twenty-second Street. Austin. Texas 

Resek, Ruth 2640 Edgehill Road, Clexeland. Ohio 

Reynolds. Mary Elizabeth 1404 East Ninth Street. Okmulgee. Oklahoma 

RiNGO. Mary Alice 901 West North Street. Muncie. Indiana 

Roach, Betsy 133 Holbrook .A\enue. Danville. Virginia 

Rose, Lucille Box 1225, Logan, West Virginia 

Ross, Dolly Shelby viUe. lennessee 

Rothwell, Elizabeth 888 Calder .Ax-enue, Beaumont, 1 exas 

Roudebush, Jane 6218 Washington Avenue, St. Louis. Missouri 



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RoUDABUSH, Virginia 115 Court Street, Luray, Virginia 

RouNTREE, Maurice 358 West Church Street, Swainsboro, Georgia 

Sales, Goldie 3-B Dartmouth Apartments. Louisville, Kentucky 

Sallee, Genevieve 302 Bottis Street, Pocahontas, Arkansas 

Sawyer, Eulalia 1201 West M Street, Durant, Oklahoma 

Scheer, Vivian 1320 Las Lomas Road, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

ScHUETZE, Dolly 1202 East Broadway, Waukesha, Wisconsin 

Scott, Florence 2002 North Alabama, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Shaw, Frances 537 East Thirty-second Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Shenk, Charlotte 2717 North Second Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Shepard, Mary Rogene 815 Denver Street, Plainview, Texas 

Sherwood, Eleanor 717 Fourth Avenue, North, Great Falls, Montana 

Sherwood, Marjorie 717 Fourth Avenue, North, Great Falls, Montana 

Shindel, Kathryn Lehmann A\'enue. Dallas, Pennsylvania 

Shirk, Elizabeth 200 Walnut Street, Hanover, Pennsylvania 

Shriner, Elizabeth Ann 1303 Tenth Street, Monroe, Wisconsin 

Sibley, Eleanor 5 Rockdell Lane, Birmingham, Alabama 

Siegmund, Catherine 410 East Swan Avenue, Webster Groves, Missouri 

Simpson, Margaret 410 South Main Street, Kingfisher, Oklahoma 

Smith, Elizabeth 127 Iron Street, Crystal Falls, Michigan 

Snodgrass, Gwendolyn 503 West California Street, Floydada, Texas 

Snow, DelMa 107 California Street, Camden, Arkansas 

Soper, Mary 3524 Fairmount, Dallas, Texas 

Squibb, Marianne 340 Sunnyside Avenue, Aurora, Indiana 

Stander, Arthella 1733 Pontiac Road, Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Starbuck, Caroline 1213 College Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin 

Stephens, Louise 511 West Eleventh Street, Plainview, Texas 

Stewart, Dorothy Maple Springs, New York 

Stewart, Elizabeth 303 East Quincy Street, San Antonio, Texas 

Stout, June 516 First National Bank Building, Springfield, Illinois 

Stratton, Jean Guymon, Oklahoma 

Stubbins, Mary Katherine 3801 Summit Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama 

SuDEKUM, Harryette 329 Belt Avenue, St. Louis. Missouri 

Swift, Elsa 2424 Broadway, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 

Tebbs, Dorothea Jane Ibl7 Forster Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Thomas, Madora 814 Clarence Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Throgmorton, Virginia b225 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 

TowNSEND, Bettie 4150 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 

Tyler, Jane 1210 Castle Hill, Austin. Te.xas 

Tyson, Elise 519 Wyndmoor Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvnaia 

Uible, Mary New Vienna, Ohio 

ULMERi Helen Margaret 1 1 1 North C Street, Midland, Texas 

Van Brunt, Janice 109 North Duluth Avenue, Sioux Falls. South Dakota 

Van Brunt, Jeanne 109 North Duluth Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Van Deren, Mai Noy 409 East Pike Street, Cynthiana, Kentucky 

Van Derhoef, Elsa 21 Lake View Park, RochesLer, New York 

Wansley, Elizabeth 3210 Avenue Q, Galveston, Texas 

Wallace, Catherine Centreville, Tennessee 

Welch, Virginia Savannah, Tennessee 

Wenzel, Dorothymae 115 South Prospect Street, Merrill, Wisconsin 

Wetherald, Bernice M 19fc)49 Canterberry Road, Detroit, Michigan 

Wetherald, Blanche G 19649 Canterberry Road. Detroit, Michigan 

White, Doris 752 Stratton Street, Logan, West Virginia 

Whitman, Charlotte 525 Elm Street. Ann Arbor. Michigan 

Wilhoite, Elizabeth Gocdiettsville, Tennessee 

Williams, Flora Ann 508 West Main Street, Brenham, Te.xas 

Willis, Katherine 616 South Bixby, Sapulpa, Oklahoma 

Winter, Barbara 280 Davis Street, Sarina, Ontario, Canada 

Wonsetler, Lorene Polo. Missouri 

Wright, Cile Bannockburn, Deerfield, Illinois 

ZuTT, Elizabeth. . . .- 1 103 Southeast Riverside, Evansville, Indiana 



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