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JOY CAWTHON 

Editor 

LOUISE BROOKS 

Business Manager 




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The 2927 

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^he staff of the c Sec7i- 
nala humbly submits 
this 'history of the year 
1927, with the sincere 
hopes that is Will keep 
alive in your memory the 
days, bright or shadow- 
ed, which have become 
the Tast instead of 
the Tresent. 




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Dedication 



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^ecause he is faithful, be- 
cause he is dependable, 
because he is Xvilling to 
help with the small things 
as with the larger ones, 
and because of his years 
of knightly service, we do 
dedicate this volume of 
the ^echnala to our 
dM,r. Robinson 



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Dr. CaRMICHAEL, 0«r President 





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'Sunshine, flecked in gold, fill the happy hours.' 







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"Willi beauty spilling out on every side, 
Flooding the earth with its sweet-scented tide." 
















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"A rapture tips the thin green leaves with light, 
And showers quivering gold upon the grass." 




'Where our halls rise in glory toward the skies.' 
















'The columns spread their slender shadows 
Across the feathery grace of earth." 




YE CLASSE 




Ruth Jones President 

Collie Roan Vice-President 

Eloree Ingram ... Secretary 

Tope Martin Treasurer 

Executive Board Representatives 
Estelle Broadway Ibbie Jones 



Dorothy Williams 



Mary Parrent 



Athletic Board Representative 
Gladys Wai.drop 











Senior CI 



ass 



Carrie Lee Abercrombie, A.B. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



Mildred Allbrittox, B.S. 

WARRIOR, ALA. 



President of Forensic Club, '25, '26; 
Mathematics Club, '26. '27; Forensic 
Club, '27; Executive Board Summer 
Schools, '24, '25, '26; Presidents' Coun- 
cil. '25, '26; Varsity Basketball Squad, 
'25, '26, '27; Class Basketball Team. '25, 
'20; "M" Club, '26. 



Varsity Basketball Team, '22, '23, '24; 
Member of "M" Club; Secretary and 
Treasurer of "M" Club, * 2 3 - ' 2 4 ; Home 
Economics Club. 

Sophomore Sister — Flore Hinton 



Sophomore Sister — Lucille Johnson 7 






















Senior Class 



Rorbie Allen, A.B. 

MOMTEVALLO, ALA. 



Myra Bill, B.S. 

PRATTVILLE, ALA. 



Alabama Players, '24, '25, '26, "27; Ad- 
vertising Manager Alabama Players, '24; 
Scribblers Club, '24, '25, '2<;; Treasurer 
Scribblers Club, '25, '26; President Scrib- 
blers Club, '26; "Technala" Staff, '2(1 ; 
Presidents' Council, '2tj. 



Vice-President of Life Savers. '25, '2(3; 
Physical Education Club. 

Sophomore Sister — Mildred Chambers 










Senior CI 



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Helex Bishop 
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GUN'TERSVILLE, ALA. 



Helex Bovkix, B.M. 

n a 2 

CAMDEN, ALA. 






Glee Club, '24. '25. '26, '27; President Glee 
Club. '25, '26; Stage Manager Glee Club. 
'2t>, '27; Presidents' Council, '25, '2(5; 
Beta Sigma Delta Club Reporter, "24. 
'25: Varsity Sextet, '27; Vice-President 
Music Study Club. '24. '23: Vice-Pres- 
ident B ta Sigma Delta Club, '26, '27. 

Sophomore Sisler — Alice Lyman 



Treasurer Calkins Music Club. '24; Pres- 
ident Cleosophic Literary Society. '24; 
Presidents' Counei'. '24; Executive Board. 
'26; Chairman Y. W. C. A.; Music Com- 
mittee. '26; Student Senate, '27. 

Sophomore Sisler — Alice Lyman 









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Senior Class 






Verxa Brasher, B.S. 

CARBON' HILL, ALA. 



Estell Broadway, A.B. 

CECIL, ALA. 



Glee Club, 



Sophomore Sister — Katyleex Stovali. 















































Winner Doubles in Tennis, '25, '26; Class 
Basketball Team, *24, '25. '26. '27; Vice- 
President Mathematics Club, '26 ; Ath- 
letic Board, '26, '27; Executive Board, '27; 
Senate, '26. 

Sophomore Sister — Catherine Metcalf 









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Senior Class 






Louise Brooks, A.B. 

SAMSON, ALA. 

Class Basketball Team, '24. '25. '26; "Ala- 
baman" Staff. '2J. '25; Charter Member 
Student Senate, '26; Alabama Players, '26, 
'27; Business Manager "Teehnala." '27. 

Sop/wmore Sister, Dorothy Baughman 



Ruth Burns, A.B. 

TALLADEGA, ALA. 



Class Basketball Team, '27; Lite Saving 
Corps, '25, '26, '27. 

Sof/iomore Sister — Mozelle Phillips 






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Senior Class 
Joy Cawthon, A.B. 



FLORALA, ALA. 



Kathleen Chester, B.S. 

CAMP HILL, ALA. 



Alabama Players. '24. '25, '26. '27: 
Mathematics Club, '25, '26, '27; Scribblers 
Club, '26, '27; Forensic Club, '26, '27; 
Charter Member of Senate, '26, '27; Pres- 
idents' Council. '27; Vice-President Ala- 
bama Players, '25; Secretary and Treas- 
urer Alabama Players, '26; Editor "Tech- 
nala," '27; Lite Saving Corps. '26, '27; 
Assistant College Night Leader, '26; Y. 
W. C. A. Cabinet, '26; "Alabaman" 
Staff, '26. 

Sophomore Sister — Dorothy Wynn 






Orchestra. '23, '24, '25; Glee Club, '21 
'26; Secretary Beta Sigma Drfta Club, '2 

Sopliomore Sister — Myrtice Heath 















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Senior Class 






Addie Pearl Colquitt, A.B. 

BRANTLEY, ALA. 



Mabelle Conner, A.B. 

ANDALUSIA, ALA. 






Y. W. C. A. Committee. '24, '25; Monk 
Literary Society, '22. '23; Hall Chairman, 
'25, '26; Scouting. '24. 

Sophomore Sister — Helena Carlyle 



Student Senate, '2G; Alabama Players, 
"26, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — -Azile Norris 
























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Senior Class 



Faye Cotney, B.S. 

K 2 * 

LINEV1LLE, ALA. 



Secretary College T. W. A., '25, '26; Vice- 
President Y. W. C. A., '26, '27; Student 
Senate, '26, '27; Mathematics Club, 
■26, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Annie Rae Milner 



Stella Clifton, B.S. 

BELLE ELLEN, ALA. 

Sophomore Sister — Nettie Coleman 































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Edith Crew, B.S. 

COODWATER, ALA. 

Class Basketball, '27: Home Economics 
Club. '25, '26, '27; President Home 
Economics Club, '27. 

Supliomore Sister — Martha Crew 



Senior CI 



ass 



Frances Crump, B.M. 

STEELE, ALA. 



Calkins Music Club. '24, '25, '26, '27; Sen- 
ate, '26. '27; Presidents' Council, '26, '27; 
Glee Club. '24, '25, '26, '27; Secretary 
Calkins Club. '25. '26; President Glee 
Club, '26, '27; Varsity Sextet. '27; Member 
Spry Master Class. Summer School. '26. 






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Sister — Daisy Fae Killiax 































Senior Class 



Eunice Davison, A.B. 



TROY, ALA. 



Honor Board. Summer, '26. 



Sophomore Sister — Willie Eitch 












Ethel Drake, B.S. 

BEXTOV, ALA. 

President Home Economics Club. '26; 
Home Economics, '25, '26, '27; Y. W. C. 
A. Cabinet. Summer, '2 6 ; "Surprise" 
Staff, Summer '2 6. 

Sophomore Sister — Sadie Lee Drake 
















Senior CI 



ass 



Ellie Dreysprinc, A.B. 

WAUGH, ALA. 

Scribblers Club; Athletic Board. '25. '26; 
Y. W. C. A. President, '27; Presidents' 
Council, '27; Mathematics Club. 

Sophomore Sister — Mae McKenzie 



Miriam Erxst, B.AI. 
a n a 

RAPID CITV, S. D. 

Calkins Music Club. '23, '24, '25, '26, '27; 
Varsity Glee Club, '25, '2G, '27; Business 
Manager Glee Club, '27; Student Senate, 
"26, '27; Presidents' Council, '27; Lambda 
Pi Omega President, '27. 



Sophomore Sister — Louise Smith 




Senior Class 



Elizabeth Fenn, A.B. 

DOTHAX, ALA. 

Sophomore Sister — Martha Hall 



Annie Lee Floyd, B.S. 
k z * 

ABANDA, ALA. 

Home Economics Club, '27; President 
Kappa Sigrma Phi Club; Presidents" Coun- 
cil. 



Sophomore Sister — Carrie Lee Tatum 










Senior CI 



ass 



Ida AIorrisette Gaillard, A.B. 

PERDUE HILL, ALA. 



Gertrude Haixes, A.B. 

HAYNES, ALA. 



Mathematics Club. '24. 
"Technala" Staff, '27. 



Sophomore Sister — Susie Kearlev 



Mathematics Club: B. S. U. Council. '26. 
'27; Student Senate, '26. 










Senior Class 



Bessie Gardiner, B.S. 

CORDONSVILLE, ALA. 



Helen George, B.S. 

MOBILE, ALA. 



Sophomore Sister — Patty Price 



Home Economics Club; Forensic Club; 
Intercollegiate Debate Team, '26. 



Sophomore Sister — Margaret West 















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Senior CI 



ass 



Mildred Gilchrist, A.B. 

BRAN'TLEV, ALA. 



Freshman Basketball Team. '24; Captain 
Varsity, "24; Athletic Association, '25, '26, 
'27; Class Cheer Leader, '24, '26; College 
Cheer Leader, '25, '26, '27; "Technala" 
Staff. '26; "Alabaman" Staff. '25; Ala- 
bama Players, '25. '26, '27; Mathematics, 
'25, '26. '27; College Night Leader, '26; 
Charter Member of Senate, "26. '27. 



Martha Grantham, R.S. 

2 IT A 

NEWBURN, ALA. 

Home Economics Club, '25, '27; Senate, 
'25, '27; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '25, '27. 



Sop/i. Sister — Lorraine Carmichael 



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Senior Class 



Margaret Grayson, B.S. 

I 2 T 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Claire Griffix, B.S. 

2 II A 
MONTEVALLO, ALA. 



Captain Class Basketball Team, '24, '25. 
'26. '27; President Physical Education 
Club, '24, '25; Secretary Athletic Board, 
'26; President Athletic Board. '27; Stu- 
dent Senate, '26, '27; College Night Lead- 
er, '26; Scribblers Club, '27; Varsity Bas- 
ketball. '25, '26, '27; Presidents' Council. 
'24, '25; Captain Varsity, '27. 



Home Economics Club, '25, '27; Senate, 
■2G. '27; Glee Club, '26, '27; "Alabaman" 
Staff, '27; Secretary Club, '27. 



Sophomore Sister — Helen Ellington" 
















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Senior Class 



Melba Griffin 
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MONTEVALLO, ALA. 



Class Team. '24, '27; Varsity, '24, '26, 
'27; Athletic Board, '27; Life Saving 
Corps, '27; "M" Club; "Alabaman" Staff, 
'27; Treasurer Zeta Pi Delta Club. 



Verdice Gunn 

ALEXANDER CITS', ALA. 

Senior Basketball, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Sara Cunningham 













Senior Class 



Florence Guyton, B.S. 
# a 2 

MONTEVALLO, ALA. 

Home Economics Club, '26, '27; President 
Pi Delta Sigma, '25; Presidents' Coun- 
cil, '25. 

Sophomore Sister — Marie Davis 






Lorexe Hankins, B.S. 

VERNON, ALA. 

Sophomore Sister — Emma McGowin 



















Senior Class 



Marion Hanna, B.S. 
n a 2 

MARION, ALA. 

"Who's Who," '25; Class Basketball, '26. 

Sophomore Sister — Erin t Stallworth 



Eva Hargett, B.S. 

RUSSELVILLE, ALA. 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '26; "Alabaman" 
Staff, '27; Home Economics Club, '24, 
'25, '26, '27. 
















Senior Class 



Sarah Hayxes, A.B. 

GOODWATER, ALA. 

Sophomore Sister — Sylvia Owen 



Annie Lou Hodges, A.B. 
<*> A 2 

HEADLAND, ALA. 

Glee Club. '25, '26, '27; Secretary-Treas 
urer Glee Club, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Virginia Kirby 



















Senior CI 



ass 



Lucie Hood, A.B. 

CARROLTON, ALA. 

Class Basketball Team, '26; Varsity, '26; 
Treasurer Athletic Association, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Mildred Harp 



Eloree Ingram, B.S. 
z n a 

LINEVILLE, ALA. 

Secretary Home Economics Club, '25, '27; 
Dramatic Club, '25, '26, '27; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, '25, '26; Junior Basketball Team, 
'26; Secretary Zeta Pi Delta: Secretary 
Senior Class, '27; Patrol Leader, Girl 
Scouts, '27. 






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Senior Class 






Joyce Jackson, R.M. 
n a 2 

OXFORD, ALA. 



Ann Jones, B.S. 
z n a 

LIXEV1LLE, ALA. 



Vice-President Class, '24; College Night 
Leader, '25: Secretary of Executive 
Board, '24; Cheer Leader, '26; Associate 
Editor of "Technala," '26; Secretary of 
Glee Club, '27. 

Sopliomore Sister — Alcie Barnett 



President of Class, '24, '25, '26; Pres- 
idents' Council, '24, '25. '26; Glee Club, 
'24, '25. '26; Dramatic Club, '25, '26, '27; 
"Alabaman" Staff, '26, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Grace Bell 













Senior CI 



ass 



Ibbie Joxes, B.S. 

DALEVILLE, ALA. 



Student Council, '24: Publicity Committee 
V. W. C. A., '23; President Y. W. C. A.. 
Summer, '24; Treasurer of Executive 
Board, '25, '26; Athletic Board, '25. '27; 
Class Team, '24. '25, '26, '27; Vice-Pres- 
ident of Home Economics Club. '21); Hon- 
orary Member of Senate. '26, '27; Pres- 
ident of B. S. U. Council; Sophomore 
Princess. '25. 

Sophomore Sister — Charlotte ClAY- 
BROOKE 



Ruth Joxes, B.S. in Art 
z n A 

I1ADEVILLE, ALA. 



Publicity Chairman of Y. W. C. A.. '24, 
'25; Advertising Manager of Dramatic 
Club. '25; President of Art Club, '26; 

'24, '25. '26; Senate, '26; 

Council, '26; Class Pres- 



Basketball, 

President's 
ident. '27. 



Sophomore Sister — Helen' Stroud 







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Class 


DlONETTA KROELL, B.S. 


Anna Mae Langston, A.B. 


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ASHBY, ALA. 


MONTEVALLO, ALA. 


Basketball Team. '26. 


"Who's Who," '23; Home Economics 
Club, '24, '25, '27. 


Sopliot-ore Sister — Doris Martin 

























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Senior CI 



ass 



Ina Mae Malone, A.B. 

I Z T 
MIAMI, FLA. 

"Alabaman" Staff, '25, '27; Senate, '27; 
Class Basketball. '24. '25; Glee Club. '24. 

Sop/iomore Sister — Virginia Ledbetter 



Tope Martin, A.B. 

ENTERPRISE, ALA. 



Varsity Basketball. '23, '24; Class Bas- 
ketball, '23; Senate, '26; Vice-President 
Athletic Board, '25; Hiking and Camp- 
ing Councilor. '26; Winner in Tennis 
Couples, '24, '25; Treasurer Class, '27; 
Physical Education Club; Honor Board 
Summer School. '26; President Athletic 
Board, '26. 






















Senior Class 



Katherixe McGuire, A.B. 

z n a 

NITASYKGA, ALA. 



Lucille Morgan, A.B. 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 



"Alabaman" Staff, '27; Class Cheer Lead- 
er, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Faxxie Byars 
Chappell 
















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Senior CI 



ass 



Roberta Xorthrup, A.B. 
n a 2 

GREENSBORO, ALA. 



Mathematics Club, '25; "Technala" Staff, 
'25; Y. W. C. A. Committee, '25; Pres- 
idents' Council, '2(5; President of Pi 
Lambda Sigma Club, '2 6; Senate, '27; 
Social Secretars r Presbyterian Student 
Council, '27. 



Ruth Pardue, B.S. 

I 2 T 
SAGNAW, ALA. 

Home Economics Club, '25. '26, '27 

Sophomore Sister — Martha Orr 



Sophomore Sister — Christine Mitchell 




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Senior Class 



Ruth Parker, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lucv Parkey, B.S. 

GALLATIN, TENN. 



Sophomore Sister — Sara Cole 



Vice-President B. Y. P. II., '25; Secre- 
tary B. Y. P. U., '26. 







Senior Class 



Mary Parrent, A.B. 
n a 2 

OPELIKA, ALA. 



Lucy Pickens, A.B. 
n a s 

GREEXSBORO, ALA. 



Secretary Pi Delta Sigma, '26; T. W. C. 
A. Cabinet. '26; Executive Board, '26, '27. 



Sophomore Sister — Elizabeth Spiers 



Sophomore Sister — Edith Cuxxixgham 







Grace Poarch, B.S. 

NEW HOPE, ALA. 



Senior Class 



Irelle Pope, B.S. 

HEADLAND, ALA. 



Class Basketball Team. '26. 
Sophomore Sister — Ruby Gibson 



Junior Basketball, '25; Home Economics 
Club. 
















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Senior CI 



ass 



Alice Price, B.S. 

IRONSTON, ALA. 
Home Economics Club, '24, '25, '26, '27 

Sophomore Sister — Louneal Barrow 



Alice Quarles, B.M. 

MOBILE, ALA. 



Music Club, '24, '25, '26. '27; Pastor's 
Helper, '24. '25; Representative Y. \V. C. 
A., '26; Delegate to Blue Ridge, '25; 
Delegate to Atlanta "World Court Confer- 
ence, '24; President Student Senate. '27; 
President's Council, '25; Spry Master 
Class, Summer, '26. 



Sophomore Sister — Alice Lowery 




Ester Reagan, B.S. 

K 2 <J> 
DELTA, ALA. 

Home Economics Club, '24, '25, '26, '27. 



Lois Reynolds, A.B. 

CLIO, ALA. 

Sophomore Sister — Boots Marschman 



















Senior CI 



ass 



Mary Allen Rhodes, A.B. 

LINDEN, ALA. 



Edith Richards, A.B. 

MOBILE, ALA. 



Mathematics Cluh, '25; Secretary Math. 
Club. '26; Treasurer Senate, '27. 

Sophomore Sisler — Virginia Pearson 



Glee Club, '26, '27; Athletic Board, '2(1. 
'27; "Alabaman" Staff, '27; Class Bas- 
ketball, '25; Physical Education Club; 
Life Saving Corps, '26, '27; "Technala" 
Staff, '27. 






Sopliomore Sisler, Druscilla Williams 




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Collie Roan, A.B. 
n a 2 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 



Frances Sayner, A.B. 
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MOBILE, ALA. 



Scribblers Club. '25, '26, '27: Mathe- 
matics Club. '25. '26. '27; Student Sen- 
ate, '25, '26. '27; Vice-President Senate, 
"26; Secretary Junior Class, '26; Vice- 
President Senate, '26; Secretary Junior 
Class, '26; Vice-President Senior Class, 
'27; Assistant Librarian, '25, '26, '27, 

Sophomore Sister — Martha Allen 



Delegate Federated Clubs, '23: Y. W. C. 
A. Cabinet, '26; Glee Club, '26; Business 
Manager Glee Club, '27; "Who's Who, '26; 
Executive Board Summer, ,'26; Class Bas- 
ketball Team, '27; "Technala" Staff, '27. 

Sopliomore Sister — Dorothy Smith 







Senior CI 



ass 



Mary Ellen Spixks, B.S. 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 



Virginia Thomas, A.B. 

ASHBV, ALA. 



Class Basketball. '25. '213. '27: Home 
Economics Club. '25. "26. '27; Delegate 
to S. I. A. S. G. Wesleyan, '26; Vice- 
President of S. I. A. S. G., '27; Honorary 
Member Y, W. C. A., '27: Chairman ol 
Presidents' Council. '27; Delegate to N 
S. F. A. at Ann Arbor, Mich., '27; Var 
sity Basketball Team. '27; President Stu 
dent Government. '27; "Who's Who," '27 



Class Basketball, '25, '20; Vice-President 
Forensic Club, '26; President Forensic 
Club, '27; "Alabaman" Staff, '26; "Tech- 
nala" Staff, '27; B. S. U. Council. '27; 
Presidents' Council, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Wh.lard Hillman 1 



SopJiomore Sister — Gartrell McCurrv 




Senior Class 



Eleanor Toomer, A.B. 

LONG BEACH, MISS. 
Glee Club, '26, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Christine Smith 



Fay Turner, B.A. 

MOBILE, ALA. 

Class Basketball Team, "24. '27; Varsity, 
■24. '25. '27; Life Savings Corps: "M" 
Club; Physical Education Club, '25, '26, 
'27; Associate Editor "Alabaman," '25: 
Mathematics Club, '24, '25. '27; Scrib- 
blers Club, '26, '27; Senate, '26. '27; Del- 
egate to International Young People's 
Conference. '26; Editor-in-Chief "Ala- 
baman." '27; Presidents' Council. '27. 






Sophomore Sister — Mary Katherine 
Granade 










Senior Class 



Helen Veitch, A.B. 
z n A 

BESSEMER, ALA. 



"Technala" Staff, '2fj; President Alabama 
Players, '27; Executive Board Summer 
School, *26; Vice-President Zeta Pi 
Delta, '27. 



MlTYLENE VlLDIVILL, A.B. 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club, '25, '26, '27. 




Senior Class 



Benxie Walton, B.S. 

LAFAYETTE, ALA. 



Allie Waters, B.S. 

SPRATT, ALA. 



Home Economics Club, '25, '26, '27; Pres- 
ident Home Economics Club. '26. 



Home Economics Club, '24, '25, '26, '27. 

Sophomore Sister — Birdie Jo Mason 









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Mary Watson, A.B. 

2 a x 

MOXTEVALLO, ALA. 



Treasurer Sigma Delta Chi Club, '25; 

Physical Education Club, "24. "25, '26; 

Senate. ''27; President Sigma Delta Chi 
Club, "27; Presidents' Council, '27. 



Dorothy Williams, A.B. 

UNIONTOWN, ALA. 

"Alabaman" Staff, '25 ; Senate, '24, '2 5, 
'26 ; President Mathematics Club. '26; 
Secretary Scribblers Club. '27; Executive 
Board. "27; President Student Govern- 
ment Summer School, '26. 

Sophomore Sister — Eleanor Payne 










Senior CI 



ass 



Mary Neely Willingham, A.B. 

EMELLE, ALA. 

Mathematics Club, '25, '26, '27; President 
Mathematics Club, '27; Art Club, '26; 
Senate, '27; Presidents' Council, '27. 

Sopliomore Sister — Estelle Blann 






Gladys Waldrop, B.S. 
z n a 

ATHENS, ALA. 

Class Basketball, '24, '25, '26; President 
Physical Education Club, '26; President 
Dramatic Club, '26; Vice-President Zeta 
Pi Delta Club, '26; T. W. C. A, Social 
Committee, '25, '27; Presidents' Council, 
'26; Senate, '27; Athletic Board, '26; 
College Night Leader, '27. 













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Junior Class 



Mary Ansley 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allie Bagwell 

OZARK, ALA. 

Rosalie Barnett 

ROGERSVILLE, ALA. 

Grace Berryman 

town' creek, ala. 

Stella Black 

HARTFORD, ALA. 

Mary Weir Booth 
prattville, ala. 

Nell Browder 

CENTER, ALA. 

Alta Brown 

YANTLY, ALA. 

Mary Ruth Brown 

nOZIER, ALA. 

Mary Bryant 

ENSLEY, ALA. 

Emmie Carter 
montgomery, ala. 

Lillian Chappell 
alex city, ala. 



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Fannie Cleveland 

SUCCSVILLE, ALA. 

Vivian Cobb 
linden", ala. 

Dorothy Collins 

GENEVA, ALA. 

Ruby Copeland 

HUNTSVILLE, ALA. 

Sallie Dannely 

CAMBDEX, ALA. 

Nina Dantzler 
eofaula, ala. 

Margaret Davis 

MON"TCOMERV, ALA. 

Pauline Day 

ALICEVILLE, ALA. 

Mary Kate Derby 

YORK, ALA. 

Lauretta Fortner 

SWEETWATER, ALA. 

Ruby Floyd 

aban'da, ala. 

Mary Floirney 
louisville, ala. 




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Lucille Fuller 

perrvville, ala. 

Kate Gaillard 

EVERGREEN", ALA. 

Eudora Gates 

mt. willing, ala. 

Elizabeth Graves 
alex city, ala. 

Lillian Hain 

SELMA, ALA. 

Eugenia Harper 

pike road, ala. 

Alice Harris 
vincent, ala. 

Sara Head 
montevallo, ala. 

Ruth Hillman 

MOFFAT, ALA. 

Dorothy Hixon 
callion, ala. 

Lela Holland 
castleberry, ala. 

Mary House 

QL'INTON, ALA. 




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Junior Class 



Mary Howard 

SYLACAUCA, ALA. 

Dessie Johnson 

CARBON HILL, ALA. 

Margaret Johnson 

ANNISTON, ALA. 

Victoria Jolly 

DOW'N'ES, ALA. 

Emma Jones 

PRATTVILLE, ALA. 

Pauline Kirby 

BROWN - , ALA. 

Virginia Ledbetter 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Frances Loftin 

DOTHAN, ALA. 

Ism a Long 

HURTSBORO, ALA. 

Nell Main 
perote, ala. 

Lois Miller 

THOMASVII.LE, ALA. 

Loraine Mixon 

CEORGIANA, ALA. 

Mary Elizabeth Moody 

PIEDMONT, ALA. 







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Junior Clasi 



Shirley Moore 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 

Allene Morris 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Fannie Morton 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Ruby McAllister 

ROCKFORD, ALA. 

Bertha Null 

DF.MOPOLIS, ALA. 

Mildred Orr 

LAFAYETTE, ALA. 

Susie Powers 

OLD SPRING HILL, ALA. 

Myrtle Plant 

BOWLING, ALA. 

Catherine Prentiss 

SF.LMA, ALA. 

Annie Lou Sellers 

MCCULLOL'CH, ALA. 

Gene Sellers 

MCCULLOUGH, ALA. 

Ruby Jo Snellgrove 

BOAZ, ALA. 

Gladys Stevens 
abanda, ala. 



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Lucy Stevens 

birmingham, ala. 

Miriam Stone 

MANAFALIA, ALA. 

Antonia Tolbert 

CROVE HILL, ALA. 

Lavelle Tatum 

ABANDA, ALA. 

Mattie Tatum 
abanda, ala. 

Marguerite Tvsixger 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Mary Vinson 
roanoke. ala. 

Sophronia Wadsworth 

PRATTVILLE, ALA. 

Nell Wells 

JEMISON, ALA. 

Mona Watley 

RAMER, ALA. 

Louise Williams 
monroeville, ala. 

Elizabeth Wilson 

PRATTVILLE, ALA. 

Ouida Wood 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




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Sophomore Class 



Cortense Adams 

CHEROKEE, ALA. 

Frances Apperson 

JONES, ALA. 

Margaret Armstrong 

HUNTSVILLE, ALA. 

Elizabeth Bryant 

ENSLEY, ALA. 

Verna Brasher 

CARBON" HILL, ALA. 

Grace Bramlett 
attala, ala. 

Louise Burnham 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

Mary Lucy Birkett 

DOTHAN, ALA. 

Hattie Blake 
mobile, ala. 

Mildred Black. 

ASHLAND, ALA. 

Dorothy Baughman 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

Louneal Barrow 

LANETT, ALA. 



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Sophomore Class 



Julia Banks 
jackson's cap, ala. 

Eliza Callax 

gadsden, ala. 

Louise Callan 

CADSDEN, ALA. 

Loraixe Carmichael 

NEWTON, ALA. 

Helena Carlisle 

ENTERPRISE, ALA. 

Fay Carson 

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, ALA. 

Alice aIae Castleman 

SYLACAUGA, ALA. 

Norma Chaxdler 

DECATUR, ALA. 

Fannie Byars Chappell 

ALICEVILLE, ALA. 

Susan Chappell 

UNION SPRINGS, ALA. 

Estelle Clemons 

ALLIANCE, ALA. 

Nettie Coleman 

LINEV'ILLE, ALA. 








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Soph 



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pnomore Wass 
Sara E. Cole 

ST. PETERSBURG, ALA. 

Myra Courington 

bushnell, fla. 

Mary Elizabeth Cox 

MONTEVALLO, ALA. 

Mamie Hugh Cox 

GUNTERSVILLE, ALA. 

Dorothy Crabtree 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Rosalie Crelly 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Martha Crew 

COODWATER, ALA. 

Helen Croom 
pansey, ala. 

Edith Cunningham 
evergreen, ala. 

Edna Davis 
haynes, ala. 

Hazel Davis 

CENTER, ALA. 

Gertrude Denton 

newcastle, ala. 



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Virginia Driskill 

CHEROKEE, ALA. 

Helen Ellington 

gold hill, ala. 

Annie Belle Elliott 

COLUMBIA, ALA. 

Elizabeth Ellis 

MARVEL, ALA. 

Lzzie Hearn Erwin 

fort payne, ala. 

Gladys Faulk 
booth, ala. 

Edith Fife 

GORDO, ALA. 

Mary Garlington 

camp hill, ala. 

Mary Frances Gay 

GENEVA, ALA. 

Ruby Gibson 

HARTSELLE, ALA. 

Louise Griffin 

MOULTON', ALA. 

Thelma Graves 

ANDALUSIA, ALA. 




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Sophomore Class 



Lucie Greene 
banks, ala. 

Gussie Greene 

BANKS, ALA. 

Cornelia Godfrey 

BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA. 

Vernie Guest 

CROSSVILLE, ALA. 

Xell Harris 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Martha Hall 

DOTHAN, ALA. 

Mildred Harp 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

Mvrtis Heath 
gold hill, ala. 

Margarite Hildreth 

enterprise, ala. 

Willard Hillman 
mulga, ala. 

Flora Hinton 

PRATTV'ILLE, ALA. 

Louise Hitchcock. 

UNION SPRINGS, ALA. 



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Helen Hixon 

CALLION', ALA. 

Nell Holman 

HARTFORD, ALA. 

Virginia Hood 

LAFAYETTE, ALA. 

Thelma Horxsby 
luverne, ala. 

Iola Howard 
svlacauga, ala. 

Margaret Huey 

RAMER, ALA. 

Elizabeth Huffstutler 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Rebecca Sue Jackson 
lineville, ala. 

Frances Johnson 
pike road, ala. 

Helen Jones 

KEEXER, ALA. 

Ruth and Let Jones 

JOXES MILL, ALA. 

Susie Kearley 

ATMORE, ALA. 




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Soph 



Cli 



pnomore ^lass 

Helen Kennamer 

woodville, ala. 

Daisy Fay Killian 
straven', ala. 

Elizabeth King 

SVLACAUGA, ALA. 

Grace Kratzer 

LAMISON, ALA. 

Alice Lowery 

GADSDEN, ALA. 

Ruth Lowe 

CENTER, ALA. 

Eloise Lee 

GADSDEN, ALA. 

Xell Lewis 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Edna Majors 

SELMA, ALA. 

Frances Marchman 

TAMPA, FLA. 

Doris Martin 

PLAN'TERSVILLE, ALA. 

Lucie Lee Martin 

GREENSBORO, ALA. 



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pnomore v^lass 
Mary Martin 

GREENSBORO, ALA. 

Birdie Jo Mason 

FELIX, ALA. 

Lorine Merkle 

LINCOLN, ALA. 

Clyde Merrill 

HEFLIN, ALA. 

Catherine Metcalf 

HARTFORD, ALA. 

Annie Mae Milner 

roanoke, ala. 

Adair Mills 
mouxdville, ala. 

Fannie Mae Milner 
roanoke, ala. 

Katie Bell Moore 

MARION JUNCTION, ALA. 

Virginia Murphree 

ALICEVILLE, ALA. 

Maybelle McAndrew 

UNION SPRINCS, ALA. 

Gartrell McClrry 

ENSLEY, ALA. 




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Sophomore Class 

Emma McGowin 

BREWTON, ALA. 

Edna McInnish 

PRATTVILLE, ALA. 

Mae McKenzie 

GREENVILLE, ALA. 

Mary Agnes McKinton 

DOTHAN, ALA. 

Gertrude McLain 

HUNTSVILLE, ALA. 

Martha Neville 

EMLEE, ALA. 

azile norris 
selma, ala. 

Evelyn Parker 
andalusia, ala. 

Eleanor Payne 

GREENSBORO, ALA. 

Virginia Pearson 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 

Tommye Pollard 

SVLACAUCA, ALA. 

Catherine Owen 

UNION SPRINGS, ALA. 



TECHNALA 




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CI 



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Aline Osborne 

HEFLIN, ALA. 

Sylvia Owen- 
new HAVEN, CONN. 

Inez Parker 

newcastle, ala. 

Sara Maude Pattillo 

VERBENA, ALA. 

Louise Pettus 
huntsville, ala. 

Lula Rea Pharr 

CATHERINE, ALA. 

Mozelle Phillips 

INVERNESS. ALA. 

Henrietta Piatt 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Evelyn Pingleton 
selma, ala. 

Elizabeth Prather 

SYLACAUCA, ALA. 

Polly Price 

ironaton, ala. 

Ara Nell Redden 

TALLASSEE, ALA. 

Camilla Reeves 

EUFAULA, ALA. 




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phomore l^Iass 
Bess Rodgers 

MARBURY, ALA. 

Frances Rush 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Mary Sanders 

WILTON - , ALA. 

Bess Savage 

GOROO, ALA. 

Miriam Saver 

en'sley, ala. 

Gladys Sealy 
faun'sdale, ala. 

Claire Sherman 
roanoke, ala. 

Archer Sims 
birmingham, ala. 

Claudia Slade 

MCINTOSH, ALA. 

Christine Smith 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Dorothy Smith 
mobile, ala. 

Rebecca Smith 

CUBA, ALA. 

Louise Smith 

DEMOPOLIS, ALA. 



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Sophomore Class 



Maysie Stallworth 

BEATRICE, ALA. 

Erin Stallworth 

EVERGREEN", ALA. 

Odelle Stewart 

WEDGULFSA, ALA. 

Frances Stephens 

LIN'EVILLE, ALA. 

Gertrude Stockton 

SCOTTSBORO, ALA. 

Katylene Stovall 

BRENT, ALA. 

Julia Stroud 

UNION" SPRINGS, ALA. 

Helen Stroud 

UNION SPRINGS, ALA. 

Carrie Will Sturkie 

SMITH'S STATION, ALA. 

Frances Siddith 

CASTLEBERRY, ALA. 

Mary Clyde Swearingen 
montgomery, ala. 

Carrie Lee Tatum 

LANETT, ALA. 

Velna Taylor 

GADSDEN, ALA. 





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Sophomore Class 



Louise Tennant 

ROANOKE, ALA. 

Mathilde Thomas 
coodvvater, ala. 

Emmie Thompson 
ataugasville, ala. 

Rosa Tilson 

ADAMSVILLE, ALA. 

Vivian Turner 

COLUMBIANIA. ALA. 

Evelyn Vinson 
laxgdale, ala. 

Margaret Ward 

PINEAPPLE, ALA. 

Eulalia Watts 

GOODWATER, ALA. 

Hilda Watts 

GOODWATER, ALA. 

Margaret A Vest 

MOXTEVALLO, ALA. 

Drucilla Williams 
sylacauca, ala. 

Emily Williams 
laxgdale, ala. 

Dorothy Wynn 

FLORALA, ALA. 







Freshman Class 




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The) ma Abercrombie, Thelma Adams, Kathleen Allen, Pauline Allen, Lucy Me Andrew, Margaret 
Anthony, Charity Armstrong, Clara Armstrong, Cora Barber, Louise Barkley, Bertha Barrett, Anni.- 
Mary Barton, Mattie Barton, Flora Bates, Sara Bates, Margaret Beall, Pauline Beard, Iva Beaty, 
Alice Best, Martha Bledsoe, Annie Bledsoe, Annie Mae Boger, Louise Borden, Mary E. Borden, 
Theresa Bosworth, Sallie Bowling, Marjorie Brinson, Elizabeth Bradford, Dora Brock, Evie Brown. 
Jamie Brown, Margaret Bruce, Virginia Bruister, Margaret Burkart, Pearl Burleson. Laurice Butler, 
Viola Byrd. 

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Janice Calder, Sara Campbell, Virginia Carpenter, Emma Carter, Mattie Lou Carter, Vesta Casey. 
Carlyn Cagle, Agnes Chandler, Lucille Chappell, Dorothy Childress, Kathryn Christopher, Mary 
Frances Clark, Virginia Clements, Minnie Wade Cory, Ina Copeland, Ruth Cotton, Frances Cummins, 
Margaret Cunningham, Evelyn Dabbs, Bonnie Davidson, Bula Mae Davidson, Elizabeth Davis, Inza 
Davis, Peggy Davis, Frances Dempsey, Clara Dickerson, Mildred Dodson, Kathryn Dozier, Juanita 
DeLoach, La Verne DeShazo, Agnes Earnest, Evelyn Ellis, Mavis Emerson, Ola Emerson, Leonora 
Etheridge, Lillian Fail, Margaret Farley. 



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Ruth Farmer, Virginia Fidler, Mariana Fisher. Leila Ford, Ruth Foster, Marie Fuller, Mary Palmer 
Gail lard, Nellie Gantt, Onie Garrett, Floride Gilbert. Florence Golson, Alma Graves, Ouida Graves, 
Elma Harris, Evelyne Greene, Martha Hains. Lynnoytte Hall, Gwendolyn Hanson, Juliette Hardy, Eva 
Jewell Hargrove. Elizabeth Harris. Kate Harris, Lucille Harriss, May me Harris, Inez Hart, E. V. 
Harvey, Dorothy Hatcher, Thelma Hatfield, Mary Ling Hayley, Catherine Haynes, Myrtice Hicks, 
Edith High, Margaret Hill, Clara Hines, Edna Hinton, Katherine Hinz, Elsie Hipp. 



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Margaret Hodges, Lucy Holcombe, Thesis Holcroft, Janette Holman. Edna Howard, Gladys Howton, 
Mildred Hughes, Ann Humphrey, Thelma Humphrey, Aloise Hurd, Ruth Hurst, Mary Jackson, Edna 
Johnson, Rebecca Johnson, Zadie Johnson, Dessie Jones. Mamie Jones, Ruby Jones, Eion Kendall. 
Virginia Kite, Patty Kroell, Blanche Lamb, Carolyn Latimer, Kathryn Latimer, Ellen Launnia, 
Frances Lewis, Jewell Loft in, Lucille Loflin, Doris Logan, Eloise Long, Margaret Lumpkin, Helen 
Mahler, Emily Marks, Bessie Lee Marriott, Clancy Morrison, Floree Martin, Mayrie Will Maxwell. 



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Berenice May, Pauline Meigs, Nolan Meroney, Aileen Met calf, Annie Lee Minis, Mildred Minis, Ruth 
Moore. Freida Morrisette. Nathalie Mo 1 ton. Elizabeth Murphy, Martha Murphrce, Alberta Murphy, 
Vista Murray, Kathleen McCain, Mary McCampbell, Dullie McClendon. Pauline McCord, Katherine 
McDonald, Mildred McDowell, Madge McGowin, Hazel McGriff, Elizabeth Mcintosh. Edith Naramore, 
Edith Nettles, Maye No! en. Rubye North in gton, Elizabeth Ogden, Le Merle Oliver, Laura Kate 
Owens, Maree Painter, Ida Palmer, Thelnia Parrish, Grace Parker, Elizabeth Parnell, Claudine 
Parrish, Claribel Parsons, Rosalie Patrick. 



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Bsulah Patterson, Marion Pearson, Carolyn Pennington, Jessie Philips, Katherine Philips, Kathleen 
Pitts, Ruby Poarch, Amelia Porter, Helen Porter, Lois Powe, Minnie Pratt, Helen Quillin, Martha 
Quill in, Edna Radnpy. Sara Rodney, Nell Reese, Pauline Rice, Mary Rigell, Anne Rickarby, James 
Riley, Elizabeth Robinson, Evellyn Roberson, Kathleen Rogers, Audrey Roy, Mary Rudder, Mary 
Ruff, Virginia Scott, Midred Seay, Nancy Seldon, Lucille Sellers, Melba Sellers, Haley Short, Irene 
Shirley, Dora Singleton, Norene Slaughter, Elizabeth Smith, Jamie Smith. 



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Louise Smith, Virginia Smith, Helen Snow, Sibyl Snowden, Fannie Stollenwerck, Dorothy Stalworth, 
Mary Alyce Stanley, Robbie Lee Stanley, Minnie Lee Street, Elizabeth Taliaferro, A'oncielle Tate, 
Wilma Taylor, Sara Terry, Ouida Thompson, Tiny Tidwell, Hallie Tippin, Mabel Tucker, Mary Turner, 
Margaret Tyrell, Josephine Vance, Lessie Varoaman, Mabel Varner. Mildred Vaughn, Elizabeth 
Wallace, Roxie Walker, Marion Walton, Josephine Watson, Louise Watson, Taylor Watson, Lois 
tVeatherford, Fannie Kate Wheat, Julia Wheeler, Hyacinthe Whiddon, Valeria White, Elvie Whitley, 
Mellijo Williams, Lauiieu Wilson, Fay Woolely. 




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Executive Board 

Officers 

Mary Ellen" Spinks President 

Sara Head Vice-President 

Eloise F. Lee Secretary 

Margaret Davis Treasurer 

Senior Representatives 
Estelle Broadway Mary Parrext 

Ibbie Joxes Dorothy Williams 

Junior Representatives 

Margaret Davis Lauretta Fortxex 

Elizabeth Graves 

Sophomore Representatives 
Eloise Lee Katyleen Stovall 

Freshman Representative 
Margaret Tyrrell 

Honorary Members 
Ellie Dreyspring Alice Quarles 



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Officers 

Alice Quari.es President 

Mary Vinson Vice-President 

Vivian Cobb Secretary 

Mary Allen Rhodes Treasurer 

Hazel Black President Ex-Officio 

(Organization Representatives 

Lucy Stevens Y. W. C. A. 

Margaret Gray-son iihletic Board 

Fay - Turner Alabamian 

Joy Cawthorn Tec/mala 

Ruth Jones President Senior Class 

Fannie Morton President Junior Class 

Clyde Merrill President Sophomore Class 

Nathalie Molton .... President Freshman Class 

Senior Representatives 

Helen Boykin Martha Grantham Gladys Waldrop 

Fay Cotney Claire Griffin Mary Watson 

Frances Crump Melba Griffin Alice Quarles 

Miriam Ernst Ina Mae Malone Helen Gray- McNeill 

Gertrude Gaines Roberta Northrup Mary N. Willingham 

Mildred Gilchrist Mary" Allen Rhodes Ruth Jones 

Collie Roan 

Junior Representatives 

Mary Bryant Frances Loftin Margaret Reaves 

Vivian Cobb Mildred Orr Marguerite Ty'singer 

Ruth Hillman Catherine Parker Mary Vinson 

Mary- House Myrtle Plant Fannie Morton 

Catherine Prentiss 

Sophomore Representatives 

Dorothy - Baughman Mary McCanaughy Odelle Stewart 

Estelle Blank Clyde Merrill Mary Agnes McKinnon 

Louise Burnham Elizabeth Prather Frances Rush 

Alice Lyman Rebecca Smith Lucy Martin 

Freshman Representatives 

Charity Armstrong Juliette Hardy Mary Rigell 

Virginia Fidler Aloise Heard Mildred Seay 

Lelia Ford Helen Mahler Josephine Watson 

Freida Morrissette 

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Mary Ellen Spinks 


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Helen - Stroud 










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Alice Quarles 






Frances Crump 






Ei.lie Dreysprinc 






Bennie Walton 






Joy Cawthon 






Gartrell McCurry 






Fave Turner 






Virginia Thomas 






Ruth Jones 






Mary Watson 






Faxnie Morton 






Isma Long 






Clyde Merrill 






Martha Orr 






Helen Veitch 






Rosalie Crelly' 






Mary - N. Willingiiam 






Sara Cole 






Robbie Allen 






Miriam Ernst 






Mary McConougiiy 






Lorraine Charmichael 






Bess Savage 






Eudora Gates 






Annie 


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Ellie Dreyspring . President 

Fay Cotney . ... Vice-President 

Susie Powers . . Secretary 

Eleanor Payne ... . . Treasurer 



Members 

Lucy" Stevens Undergraduate Representative 

Alice Lowery Program Committee 

Blanche Lazenby Morning Watch Committee 

Frances Sayner . . Ramsey Morning Watch Committee 

Dorothy - Smith Big Sister Committee 

Eugenia Harper Publicity Committee 

Fay Cotney . Tea Room Committee 

Martha Grantham ... . Social Committee 

Myrtle Plant Music Committee 

Ouida Wood Home Service Committee 

Katherine Prentiss World Telloioshit Committee 



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Joy Cawthon Editor-in-Chief 

Margaret Davis . . . Associate Editor 

Louise Brooks Business Manager 

Nina Dantzler . . . Assistant Business Manager 

Ida Gaillard ... . . . Photographic Editor 

Mary Hungerford . ... Senior Section Editor 

Dorothy Smith .... . . Organization Editor 

Edith Richards Humor Editor 

Emmie Carter Humor Editor 

Gartrell McCurry Art Editor 

Louise Pettus Assistant Art Editor 

Virginia Thomas ... Athletic Editor 

Frances Sayner Feature Editor 

Joyce Jackson Feature Editor 

Eugenia Harper . . Feature Editor 

Dorothy Bauchman Advertisement Editor 

Julia Stroud ' Typist 








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Editorial Staff 

Fay Turner Editor-in-Chief 

Frances Loftin Associate Editor 

Edith Richards Athletic Editor 

Margaret Tyrrell Feature Editor 

Elizabeth Prather Social Editor 

Dorothy Smith Cartoon Editor 

Ass Jones Joke Editor 

Nathalie Molton Front Page Editor 

Melba Griffin Town Talk Editor 

Managing Staff 

Kathryn McGuire Managing Editor 

Aleene Osborne Proof Editor 

Eva Hargett Desk Editor 

Mary Weir Booth Desk Editor 

Business Staff 

Cornelia Godfrey Business Manager 

Mary Ansley Advertising Manager 

Marguerite Tysinger . Circulation Manager 

Josephine Watson Proofreader 

Miriam Gregg Special Reporter 



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Officers 

Robbie Allen' Pre 

Eugenia Harper . . ... . . . V ice-President 

Dorothy Williams ....... Secretary 

Nathalie Molton Treasurer 



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Members 



Robbie Allen 
Helen Boykin 
Joy Cawthon 
Ellie Drevspring 
Margaret Grayson 
Eugenia Harper 
Gage Morton 
Nathalie Molton 
Susie Powers 



Collie Roan 
Dorothy Smith 
Fay Turner 
Marcaret Tyrrell 
Mabel Varner 
Mildred Vaughn 
Nell Wells 
Dorothy Williams 
Ruby' Worthy 



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Calkins Music Club 



Officers 

Mary McConaughy President 

Mary Elizabeth Moody Vice-President 

Daisy Fai Killian Recording Secretary 

Mary Wyhe Corresponding Secretary 

Myrtle Plant Treasurer 



Members 



Helen Bishop 
Helen Boykin 
Frances Crump 
Miriam Ernst 
Mary Flournoy 
Joyce Jackson 
Minnie P. Johnson 
Frances Loftin 
Ruby McAllister 



Helen Gray McNeill 

Clyde Merrill 

Alice Quari.es 

Mary Sanders 

Mary George Stallvvorth 

Lucy Stevens 

Myrtle Turberville 

Mary Katherine Willingham 

Mary Wylie 






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Helen Veitch ■ President 

Mary Garlincton Vice-President 

Nine Dantzler Business Manager 

Claudia Slade . . Advertising Manager 



Members 
Martha Allen 
Robbie Allen- 
Louise Brooks 
Laurice Butler 
Joy Cawthon 
Lorraine Carmichael 
Maybelle Conner 
Nina Dantzler 
Mary Garlington 
Mildred Gilchrist 
Mary Gloster 
Florence Golson 
Miriam Harper 
Eloree Ingram 
Ann Jones 
Ruth Jones 



Ei.oise Lee 
Frances Loftin 
Alice Lowery 
Mae McKenzie 
Helen Mahler 
Frances Marchman 
Susie Powers 
Katherine Prentiss 
Margaret Reaves 
Frances Rush 
Lucille Sellers 
Claudia Slade 
Gladys Waldrop 
Margaret West 
Drucilla Williams 
Helen Veitch 



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Officers 

Frances Crump President 

Miriam Ernst Business Manager 

Annie Lou Hodges Secretary-Treasurer 

Eleanor Payne Librarian 

Helen Bishop Stage Manager 

Myrtle Plant Reporter 

Frances Savner ...... Advertising Manager 

First Soprano 

Helex Bishop Minnie Peebles Johnson 

Frances Loftin Emily Marks 

Mildred Black Elizabeth Ellis 

Doris Logan Drucilla Williams 

Margaret Armstrong Eleanor Payne 

Margaret Johnson Minnie Lee Street 

Second Soprano 

Margaret Davis Edith Richards 

Alice Lyman Annie Lou Hodces 

Kathleen Pitts Miriam Ernst 

Daisy Fai Killian Jane Stallworth 

Eugenia Harper Mary Wylie 

Alice Quarles Myrtle Tubervtlle 

Frances Crump Claire Griffin 

Frances Sayner Blanche Lazenby- 

Altos 
Louise Burnham Joyce Jackson- 
Charity Armstrong Helen Gray McNeill 
Bess Rogers Jamis Riley 
Josephine Pace Lucy Stevens 
Sarah Pattillo Eleanor Toomer 
Myrtle Plant Rosa Tilson 
Margaret Hodges Mitylene Vildibill 
Margaret West 




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Officers 

Mary Neelly Willingham President 

Mary Gilliland , Vice-President 

Mary Bryant ... Secretary-Treasurer 



Carrie Lee Abercrombie 

Martha Allen 
Estelle Broadway 
Elizabeth Bryant 
Mary Bryant 
Joy Cawthon 
Susan Chappel 
Nettie Coleman 
Faye Cotney 
Nina Dentzler 
Virginia Driskill 
Sarah Head 
Emma Louise Jones 
Helen Kumli 
Isma Long 
Alice Lyman 
Lucy May Martin- 
Mary Martin 
Catherine Metcalf 



Members 
Melba Griffin 
Louise Griffin 
Mildred Harp 
Marion Jones Williams 
Eloise Lee 
Lucille Morgan 
Virginia Murphy 
Mary Dell McCain 
Kathryn McGuire 
Mildred Orr 
Aleene Osborne 
Eleanor Payne 
Susie Powers 
Catherine Prentiss 
Margaret Reaves 
Frances Suddith 
Fay Turner 
Mary Vinson 
Epsie Gilchrist 
Mary Gilliland 



Willie Eich 
Helen Ellington 
Lauretta Fortner 
Eudora Gates 
Ida Gaillard 
Gertrude Gaines 
Mildred Gilchrist 
Mary C. Gra.nade 
Thelma Graves 
Sarah Pattillo 
Lois Reynolds 
Mary Allen Rhodes 
Collie Roan- 
Bess Savage 
Marguerite Tysinger 
Evelyn Vinson 
Dorothy Williams 
Mary N. Willingham 
Velma Reynolds 



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Dr. Helen Barton Miss Stallworth 

Mr. Kennerly Miss Decker 



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Officers 

Bess Savage President 

Kate Gaillard . Vice-President 

Rubie Jo Snellgrove Secretary-T reasurer 

Members 
Mvra Eell Edith Richards 

Nina Dantzler Faye Turner 

Ruby Floyd Gladys Waldrop 

Margaret Grayson Elizabeth Ward 

Leila Holland Pauline McCord 

Ann Jones Fannie Stollenworck 

Tope Martin Grace Berryman 

Catherine Prentiss Elizabeth Ellis 

Claudia Slade 

Honorary Members 
Miss Andrus Miss Earley 

Miss Kent 




Sigma Alpha Chi 
SARGENT ART CLUB 

Founded 1923 

Officers 

Gartrell McCurry President 

Mozelle Phillips Vice-President 

Hilah Dennis Secretary 

Iola Howard Treasurer 

Members 
Sylvia Owens Ruth Jones 

Louise Pettus Charlotte Claybrooke 

Dorothy Smith Willie Mason Miles 

Mary - Bry _ ant 

Hoxorary Members 

Miss Mary G. Stallworth 
Miss Mary E. Macmillan 
Miss Catherine Neuwiesinger 
Miss Anna Irvin 
Dean Napier 



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Founded 1901 

Officers 

Isma Long President 

Marion Jones Williams Vice-President 

Frances Rush Secretary 

Elizabeth Ellis Treasurer 

Members 
Class of 1Q27 
Helen Grav McNeill Margaret Grayson Ruth Pardue 

Alice Alsabrook * Frances Savner Ina Mae Malone 

Class of ig28 
Isma Long Elizabeth Keller 

Mary E. Moody Mary Wylie 

"Virginia Ledbetter 

Class of IQ2Q 

Elizabeth Ellis Daisy Fai Killian Frances Rush 

Claudia Slade Helen Ellincton Dorothy Smith 

Antonette Christian *Alcie Barnett Marion Jones Williams 

*ROWENA LanCLEY 

Class of IQJO 
Mae Nolen Helen Mahler 

Lucy Holcolm Frances Lewis 

Eloise Long *Janet Wilson 

*Nancy Seldon *Madge McGoutn 

Margaret Hodges 

High School 
*Mary Nelle Lewis 

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Tau Lambda Sigma 

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Founded 1900 

Officers 

Mary Watson President 

Lucy Stevens Vice-President 

Vivian Cobb . . Secretary 

Helen Stroud .... Treasurer 

Dorothy Baughman Historian 

Members 
Class of ig>j 
Mary Watson Dionetta Kroell 

"Verdice Gunn Elizabeth Ward 

Class of IQ2S 
Fannie Morton Rosa Perry 

Lucy Stevens Vivian Cobb 

Lillian Chappell 

Class of IQ2Q 

Dorothy Wynn Julia Stroud Helen Stroud 

Velna Taylor Virginia Murphy Mary McConauchy 

Dorothy Bauchman "Sara Cunningham "Dolly Hardy 

Class of 1930 

"Virginia Scott "Wilma Taylor Elizabeth Murphy 

"Gyendolyn Hanson "Patty Kroell "Elizabeth Davis 

"Martha Murphree Marjorie Brinson Mary Virginia Borden 

Elsie Davis "Margaret Cunningham "Louise Watson 

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Founded 1908 

Officers 



Martha Okr 

Mary Hungerford 

Joyce Jackson' 



President 

. Vice-President 
Secretary 



Kate Gaillard 



. Treasurer 



Members 

Class of 1927 
Roberta Noxthrup Mary Hungerford 

Marion Hanna Helen Boykin 

Joyce Jackson Lucy Pickens 

Mary Parrent Collie Roan 

Class of 1Q2S 
Aimee Jack Martha Orr 

♦Myrtle Turbervtlle [Catherine Parker 

Kate Gaillard Emmie Carter 

Class of 1929 
Elizabeth Spiers *Edith Cunningham 

*Erin Stallworth *Dorothy Atkinson 

Dorothy Crabtree 

Class of 1930 
Julliette Hardy "Virginia Bruister 

Martha Kate Bledsoe Mavis Emmerson 

Katherine Dozier *Mary Ester Borden 

Ann Rickarby Bessie Lee Marriott 

•Pauline Allen 



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Founded 1923 

Officers 

Rosalie Crellv President 

Helen Veitch Vice-President 

Claire Griffin Secretary 

Melda Griffin . . .... . . Treasurer 

Alice Lyman Critic 

Members 

Class of 1927 
Ann Jones Eloree Ingram 

Gladys Waldrop Elizabeth Taylor 

Melea Griffin Martha Grantham 

Claire Griffin Kathryne McGuire 

Helen Vietch Ruth Jones 

Class of 1929 
Rosalie Crelly Fannie B. Chappell 

Alice Lyman *Frances Stevens 

Class of 1930 

Margaret Bruce *Lucille Johnson 

'Dorothy Childress Norine Smith 

*Inza Davis Claudine Parrish 

Kathleen Pitts Ruth Cotton 

Edith High Lillian Fail 

'Josephine Vance Josephine Watson 

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Alpha Pi Omega 

Established 1925 

Officers 

Miriam Ernst Presidem 

Eloise Lee Vice-President 

Margaret Armstrong Secretary-Treasurer 

Louise Smith Reporter 

Members 

Class of ig2j 
Miriam Ernst Sue Broadus Finklea 

Class of 1928 
Miriam Gregg Marv Vinson 

Ouida Wood 

Class of IQ2Q 
Elizabeth Huffstutler *Mary Clyde Swearingen 

Elizabeth Payne Louise Smith 

Archer Sims Alice Lowery 

Margaret Armstrong Eloise Lee 

Class of IQJO 
*Edna Johnson Emily Marks 

Elsie Hipp Margaret McCracken 

'Pledges. 



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Founded 1923 

Officers 

Sara Cole President 

Helen Bishop Vice-President 

Kathleen Chester Secretary-Treasurer 

Elizabeth Wilson Reporter 

Members 

Class of IQ2J 
Helen Bishop Kathleen Chester 

Class of IQ2S 
Elizabeth Wilson 

Class of IQ2Q 
*Mary Wier Booth Sara Cole 

Nell Harris 

Class of 1930 
^Virginia Fidler *Edna Howard 

"*Ruth Foster *Katherine McDonald 

*Lucille Harris *Norene Slaughter 

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Founded 1918 

Officers 

Eudora Gates President 

Mary Gilliland Vice-President 

Odelle Stewart Secretary 

Alice Mae Castleman Treasurer 

Members 

Class of IQ2J 
Annie Lou Hodges Florence Guvton 

Class of 192S 
Eudora Gates Susie Powers 

Class of IQ2Q 
Virginia Kirbv Alice Mae Castleman 

*Katie Belle Moore Odelle Stewart 

Katvlene Stovall 

Class of IQJO 
Sara Radnev *Adair Mills 

Charity Armstrong *Sara Terry 

Doris Locan *Mildred Black 

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Founded 1923 

Officers 

Annie Lee Floyd . President 

Mary Frances Gay Secretary-Treasurer 

Ruby Floyd irtist 

Faye Cotney" Reporter 

Members 
Class of iQ2j 
Ir.iiiE Jones Annie Lee Floyd 

Faye Cotney "Esther Reagan 

Class of IQ2S 
Ruby Floyd Elizabeth Graves 

Dessie Johnson Grace Berryman 

Class of IQ2Q 
*Ora Nell Redden *Helen Kumli 

Mary Frances Gay Grace Hramlett 

Class of igjo 
'Kathryn Latimer *Helen Quillin 

^Elizabeth Wallace 'Martha Quillin 

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Officers 

Elizabeth Adams President 

Margaret Bruce Vice-President 

Cora Alvis Barker Secretary and Treasurer 

Roxie Walker Reporter to Alabaman 



Elizabeth Adams 

Cora Alvis Barker 

Margaret Bruce 

Vivian Cobb 

Sara Cole 

Evelyn Dobbs 

Mary Palmer Gaillard 



Members 
Cornelia Godfrey 
Thesis Holcroft 
Anne Humphrey 
Jewell Loften 
Aileen Metcalf 
Kathleen McCain 
Helen Quillen 
Martha Quillen 



Mary Rigeli. 
Kathleen Rogers 
Audry Roy 
Sybil Snowder 
Helen Stroud 
Lessie Vaterman 
Roxie Walker 



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Margaret Grayson President 

Christine Smith Vice-President 

Rubie Jo Snellcrove Secretary 

Lucy Hood Treasurer 

Mildred Gilchrist Cheer Leader 

Ann Jones Assistant Cheer Leader 

Willie Mason Miles Publicity Chairman 

Councillors 

Tope Martin Hiking and Camping 

Estelle Broadway Tennis 

Edith Richards Hockey and Baseball 

Grace Berryman Basketball 

Melba Griffin Physical Efficiency 

Elizabeth Ward Swimming 

Sexior Represextative 
Gladys Waldrop 

Junior Representative 
Leila Holland 

Freshman Represextative 
Fannie Stollenwerk 

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That bunch of girls over there on the 
court? Why, that's our basketball team. 
Yes, I'll be glad to tell you about them. 
But first there's Miss Kent over there. She's 
the coach, and if you'd like to see the chief 
reason that we have such a good team, just 
look at her. What she doesn't know about 
basketball is not worth knowing — and she 
knows how to put it across, too. 

Of course, that's Margaret — the captain 
— and there are so many nice things to say 
about her and so few words to say them 
with that I hardly know where to begin. 
You know, she's the best all-round girl in 
school, so being our captain is just one of 
her many stellar roles. And being captain 
isn't the extent of Margaret's usefulness. 
She plays the old game with speed, with 
surety and with strength — in other words, 
"with her head." Along with her playing 
she has a spirit of interest, loyalty and co- 
operation that makes us hate to lose Mar- 
garet — our star player, captain, and all- 
round good sport. 

You say that girl is mighty little to be a 
basketball player ? Well, all I can say is, 
Tope may be little, but when it comes to 
basketball, she's also mighty loud. Stone- 
wall Jackson couldn't stop Tope once she 
got her hands on the ball. She'd merely 
dodge around him with a quick dribble and 
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Those two over there with their arms 
around each other are Ruth and Let Jones. 
'I ou ought to see those sisters play. Let's 
a guard, and woe to the forward who falls 
to her. Lightning itself hasn't a thing on 
her. And how she can break up a dribble. 
We wouldn't take anything for Let. 

Ruth's a forward, and she's just as big an 
asset. When Ruth has the ball, it just seems 
that the goal is a magnet, and all she has 
to do is give the ball a start and it goes 
right in. 

That pretty little girl on the right is 
Pauline McCord. She's just a freshman, 
and she hasn't had time yet to show all that 
she can do ; but as fast a player and as good 
a shot as she is now, by the time she's a 
senior I'll be sorry for those who come up 
against her. 

Melba Griffin graduates this year, and 
how we hate to lose her. Her floor work 
is always sure and speedy, and when it 
comes to good, steady guarding, Melba is 
mighty hard to beat. 

The group of tall girls? The one with 
the cap on is Grace Berryman. That girl 
is a born basketball player. You can put 
her in any position in the field, and she hops 
right in and plays. She's Jack-of-all-trades, 
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The girl in red is Susie Kearly. Excuse 
me from being guarded by Susie. She's im- 
possible to get around, and she's grand at 
getting signals and at passing. We are 
surely proud to have her on our team, and 
have you heard of Inez Hart, guard? She 
lets her opponent get the ball, and that's all. 
When she gets it there's nothing to do with 
it, for Inez doesn't give her a chance to 
move. We don't worry about the forward 
Inez guards. 

Yes, the one with the long hair is Elvie 
Whitley. She's a Freshman, but she plays 
like a veteran. She gets the tip-off and then 
reaches the goal just in time to receive the 
ball and put it in. 

What did you say? We must have a 
grand team? Why of course we have. How 
else could they have defeated the state cham- 
pions of Tennessee ? Yes, they're all good 
sports, and to tell you the truth, Alabama 
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Ann Jones Mildred Gilchrist 

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'King's Jester" — Jamis Riley, Wittiest 




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The Faculty 



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Carmichael some' p'not her. 



This individual is Dr. Napie 



Aii(,v! Puppy's Side- Partner. 



This is Miss Stallworth's picture. Whose pic- 
ture is this? Miss Stallworth's. That's right, 
Miss Stallworth's. 



Don't judge Miss Vickory by this picture, be- 
cause it is a well known psychological fact that 
there is little correlation between appearance 
and intelligence. 



Girls, "this may seem atrocious.' ' but this 
Miss Blackeston. 



Let every girl know Dr. Barton. 



We wish to introduce, er, that is, er, this is 
Dr. James, er, that is, er. 



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method, but ihis is our method of presenting 
Mrs. Lewis. 



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The Classes 



Seni 



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Colors: Red and Yellow 



Motto: "It's too late to be sorrv now" 



Uniform: Night Cap and Gown 



Flower: Old Maid 



We have omitted the pictures of this class because they fail to do justice to its beauty and dig- 
nity. We wish, however, to say a few words concerning this class which, of course, is the most 
remarkable one in history. 

In its freshman year it distinguished itself by flunking Math. In its sophomore year it flunked 
"Math" again. In its junior year it flunked again, and also heaped honors upon itself by pre- 
senting "Wild Nell, or Her Final Sacrifice," for the first time. In its senior year it attended the 
Founder's Day exercises "ninety-seven strong." Extra credit was given for finding the "ninety" 
in "ninety-seven," and it passed Math. 



Junior 

Motto: "Per bluffings ad diplomam" 



Color: Brilliant Green 



Flower: Dandv-lvin' 



Sophomore 



Motto: "I know all things (with the aid of a book)" 
Colors: (Camouflaged) Flower: The Shrinking Violet 



Freshman 

Motto: "Our standing's with reluctant feet" 



Colors: Dull Green 



Flower: Blooming Idiot 



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Organizations 



i. The Sexate 

Onlv those students are eligible for membership in this organization who have succeeded in 
failing in more than one subject. Great honor is due these students, as they have dauntlessly ob- 
tained their goal in spite of Official Busies, private conferences with the Dean, and the voice of 
ambition. Great assistance, however, was given to these students by the Strand Theatre, the 
Infirmary, Examinations, Montevallo's two drug stores, and Freshman Math. 

The purpose of this organization 19 to keep the campus beautiful. Its chief project for this 
vear has been to induce students to walk on the grass in order to preserve the sidewalks. 

2. The Campus Clur 

President Elizabeth Ward 

Charter Member Ann Jones 

Members Jane Stallworth, Emmie Carter 

3. Society for Fostering the Welfare of Cats 

President Miss Weimf.r 

Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer Miss Early 

Members All Practice Home Girls 

Honorary Member Miss VlCKORY 

4. The Alabama Slavers 

( They really are hilling) 
Only those are admitted to this society who have successfully been denied entrance into the 
Dramatic Club. Offices can be held only by those who have been denied two or more times. This 
is one of the largest organizations on the campus, having taken in seventy-five new members this 
year. 



Publ 



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1. "The Executive Board Bulletin" 

Editor-in-Chief Eloise Lee 

Reporters Ibbie Jones, Marcaret Davis, Katvlene Stovall 



2. "The Term Theme" 

This is a quarterly literary magazine published by the entire student body of Alabama College. 
It gives the students excellent practice in finding synonyms for words used in library books. 
Volumes of "The Term Theme" are being collected to be used by Mrs. Lewis' graduate students 
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Athletics 



i. The Great Free-for-All 
(Only tlie fittest ii-ill survive) 

Practice Field Postoffice 

Time 11:30 A. M. to 12:00 M. Daily 

Participants Entire Student Body 

2. Sleep Combatting 
Practice Fields Classroom and Church 

From no other branch of society is so much genuine exertion demanded. 
It exercises every part of the body ; the eyes must be blinked rapidly ; 
the limbs moved to prevent the slowly increasing numbness; the teeth 
gritted to prevent relaxation; the mind stimulated to invention of dis- 
tracting thoughts. 

3. Reducing 
Practice Fields Outside of Dining-Room 

Excellent exercise is afforded the will power in trying to keep away from 
the dining-room at meal time. This branch of athletics is one of the 
most popular among our students. 

4. Morning Dash 
Practice Field — Any part of dormitory to dining-room nine and one-half 
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Feature Section 

Charles Mahaffey Best Looking, Most Popular, Etc., Co-ed. 

Lep Best Known 

Laundry Most Vicious 

D. P Most Uplifting 

The Strand Theatre Most Popular 

Rowena Langley Most Athletic 

Nell Lewis Best All-Round 

It has been impossible to decide who is most beautiful on account of the superfluity 
of peroxide. We can't say that we agree with the gentlemen. 




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Events 

SEPTEMBER 

13 — Freshman Class is disillusioned on arrival to find that rooms are not appropriately decorated 
with rugs, curtains, pilfows, and college pennants, to say nothing of guitars and boxes of 
candy. 

14 — Freshman pack to go home. 

15 — Freshmen are delayed in Bloch Hall deciding whether to take Miss Vickery or Miss Peter, 
and miss their trains. The other three classes spend the morning trying to arrange a perfect 
schedule consisting of no Saturday classes, no afternoon classes, and no morning classes. 
Chapel interfered with this plan. 

17 — The camp gets cleaned up. Margaret Grayson for once gets enough sardines. 

28 — The Freshman Class goes to Bloch Hall to get its intelligence tested. "The Army Alpha" 
fails to discover any. 

OCTOBER 
1 — Fifty per cent of the campus peroxides its hair. 
11 — Rush Week starts. Fr*shmen get popular. Their popularity lasts one week. 

12 — Founders Day. Dr. Frank Willis Barnette surprises and delights us with an address. Seniors 
attend "97 strong." Where, oh, where are the grand old seniors? 

21 — Ghosts drift about the campus. Why are the seniors all wearing 13's? 

29 — Senior Class presents "The Thirteenth Chair." Did you say you didn't believe in spiritualism? 

NOVEMBER 

1 — Mrs. Harris pays us a call. She tells us that we are greatly to be congratulated on the way 
in which we keep our room. 

8 — We try out for Scribblers' Club with a heartrending tragedy of the eternal triangle variety — 
and in vain ! 

11 — -Armistice Day. The Big Parade, a one-piece brass band leading. Alas! Dr. James failed 
to wear his sailor suit. Thrills! Barbecue, Brunswick stew, and apples! 

20 — Dr. James acquires the name of Morpheus — 'tis a gift of his Education Classes. 

DECEMBER 

1 — -Exam cramming. "Though this be madness, yet there's method in it." 

12 — On which date Ann Jones again gets locked out of the dining room. 

16 — Faculty-Senior basketball game, at which Miss McMillan cheered so loudly that she injured 
the ears of all of the other fans in her vicinity. 

18 — After this gay social whirl, we are glad to go home for two weeks of complete rest. 

JANUARY 

3 — Spent the day wondering why we weren't fortunate enough (or smart enough) to have had 
dentistry work or a nervous breakdown detaining us. 



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8 — Honor Board meets, but is forced to adjourn early, as Jane Stalhvorth has only eleven instead 
of the usual twelve call-downs. 
12 — Mrs. Reynolds almanac must be a good one. It certainly pointed out the coldest night of 

the year for a fire drill. Drills are useless on a night like that — it will freeze any flame. 
24 — After a heated discussion we change the name of our annual, only to have it changed back 
again. Someone tells us that we have no traditions and that we must get some. We would 
remind her of : 

LAUNDRY LIST 
Alabama College 

Name 

Room No 

Date 

Waists 

Dressing Sacques 

Duck Coats 

Skirts, Dress 

Skirts, Under 

Bloomers 

Chemises 

Corset Covers 

Aprons 

Collars 

Cuffs, Pairs 

Drawers 

Kimonas 

Undershirts, Vests 

Union, Suits 

Night Gowns 

Handkerchiefs 

Tidies 

Stockings, Pairs 

Bonnets 

Towels 

Sheets 

Spreads 

Pillow Cases 

•Straight jackets were omitted from the list in 
one of the later editions. 

4. 4. 4. 

31 — Dr. Losey reads Macbeth. He accuses us of one time or another of having said, "A little 
water clears us of this deed" — maybe in other words. We confess it. We use listerine! 

FEBRUARY 
1 — Freshman interest in Indian legends discloses fact that Sylacauga means "Buzzard's Roost." 

Have you ever walked from the Assembly Hall up to Sylacauga? 
5 — Miss Clare wins twenty points toward "M" Club by hiking. 

6 — A Sophomore has a blind date. Well, they say "love is blind," but the girls in the rooms 
above are not! ! 

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on our credulity. 

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The way of a transgressor is not only hard 
but it's crowded. 

4* 4* 4" 

Talk is cheap until you ask a girl how much 
pin money she needs. 

4- 4 4 

Women may not be forgiving, but they are 
strong for receiving. 

4* 4? 4* 

Nobody would be agitated about the way 
flappers dress — if only they would. 

<$ 4* 4* 

Love makes the world go around, they say 
— so does hooch. 

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to pay alimony. 



4? 4? 4? 

You probably wouldn't find many perfect-36 ladies among thirty-six perfect ladies. 

4* 4* 4* 
Lucky for the women that they hang their stockings up Christmas instead of their skirts. 

4- 4 1 4* 

One trouble with the country is that it wants to raise/ nothing but cotton and wear nothing 
but silks. 

4- 4* 4- 

"Are you a Scotchman by birth?" 
"No; by absorption." 

-1- -!- -!- 

The honeymoon is over when she wants a heater in the coupe to keep her warm. 

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Clyde Merrill: "Oh, isn't that the game Horatius used to play so well in the olden days?" 

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hair, but now they are fortunate if they can sit on their 

skirts. 

4c 4? 4c 

Maybe two can live as cheaply as one, but who wants to 
live cheaply?" 

4? 4? 4? 

Bandit: "Come on, now, where's the rest of your money?" 
Scared Victim: "I-IT11 have to give you a check." 

4c 4c 4c 

Adam (proposing) : "Why do you keep me in suspense? 
Is there another man?" 

Eve: "That's what I want to know." 

4c 4c 4? 

Some men marry poor girls and settle down; some marry 
rich girls and settle up. 

4c 4c 4c 

Dr. Trumbauer at the library: "Is there a 'Fairie Queen' 
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"Is this a free translation?" asked Mr. Ward at the supply store? 
"No, sir," Miss Leeper replied. "It will cost you two dollars." 

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A long engagement nowadays is from nine o'clock till the dance ends the next morning. 

-1-1-1- 

A two-foot rule was given a laborer in a boatyard to measure an iron plate. The laborer, 
not being well up in the use of the rule, after spending considerable time, returned. 

"Now, Mike, what is the size of the plate?" 

"Well," replied Mike, with a grin of satisfaction, "it's the length of your rule and two thumbs 
over, with this piece of brick and the breadth of my hand and my arm from here to here, bar a 
finger." 

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lt is related that the compiler of one of our well known dictionaries was discovered b\' his 
wife indulging in unbecoming familiarity with the maid. 

"Sir, I am surprised," she said in a disgusted tone of voice. 

"Madam, your English is incorrect," he retorted; "on the contrary, you are astonished; I am 
surprised." 



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Sentences to be imposed if the reformers ever get the upper hand in the government: 

The S. S. Leviathan, sixty days for lying in New York harbor. 

Two maple trees, $100, for exposing their limbs on Main Street. 

One lamp, thirty days, for smoking on Sunday. 

One wall, $300, for being plastered. 

The Hootsville Daily Bugle ordered to cease publication for stealing a march. 

One revolving door, padlocked for going around with the wrong sort of people. 

Seven prunes, $200 fine for being found stewed in a Twenty-seventh Street boarding house, 
New York. 

One balloon, deflated for staying up after 9:30 p. m. 

The tennis champion debarred for life playing in the United States for raising a racket. 

One electric sign ordered taken down for going out by itself after 7 p. m. 

A glass of water, $100, for being drunk. 

One witness, $500 for swearing in court. 

One carpenter, thirty days, for breaking a rule. 

A high price ordered cut down for having no visible means of support. 

One man, $300 fine for concealing arms in his coat sleeves. 

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"I'm from Walla Walla." 
"I heard you the first time." 

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First Student: "That girl you go with is a smart little 
gold digger." 

Second Student: "Then all I have to say is, she's a 
mighty poor geologist." 

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"Why do dogs with a broken tail have an advantage 
Dver other dogs?" 

"Well, why?" 

"You know they say every dog has his day; well, this 
Due has a weak end." 

Ina Mae: "I got a rare old gift for Christmas; one of 
Caesar's coins." 

Virginia: "That's nothing; I got some of Adam's chew- 
ing gum." 

£, •£> 4. 

Better Luck Next Time 

Last night my girl kicked me ; nothing was left to me 
but suicide. I went to the drug store and bought some 
carbolic acid, then to the hardware store for a rope and a 
shotgun. I got some gasoline and matches and went to 
the river in a canoe. Oh, I was detennined to die, all right. 
[ rowed out into the middle, where a branch was over- 
hanging the water, and decided to meet my fate there. I 
hanged myself to the limb with the rope, drank the acid, 
poured on the gasoline, and struck a match. I drew my 
gun and fired. The bullet hit the rope, I fell into the 
water, putting the fire out; the mud I swallowed was an 
antidote for the acid, and if I hadn't been a darn good 
swimmer, I might have drowned! 



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couldn't swim." 

Life Guard: "I'd throw her a cake of soap to wash her back." 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

"They have a new name for the divorce records now." 

"Yes?" 

"Who whose in America." 

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Miss '28: "Oh, that's all right; I came home on the urgent request of the faculty." 

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Ladies' and Misses' Apparel Shop 

27 DEXTER AVENUE 
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 



STYLE AND QUALITY FOR LESS 
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Styles. Always at Popular Prices 




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MONTGOMERY. ALA. 
THE UNDERSELLING STORE OF 

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Apparel, Millinery, Shoes 

Dress Accessories 



Special Price Inducements to 
College Girls 



Kaufman's 

Women and Misses' 

Ready-to-Wear and Furs of the 

Better Kind 

DRESSES, SUITS 
WRAPS 

BIRMINGHAM 

213 N. 19th 

MONTGOMERY 

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Endorse This Good Piano 



You will be proud to have a Kingsbury Piano in your 
home. No other instrument at its moderate price will give 
you so much genuine pleasure and satisfaction. 

Twenty-eight Kingsbury Pianos in daily use by Alabama 
College. 

Kingsbury Pianos are made in Grand and Upright cases. 
They may be purchased on convenient terms of payment. 



Write for Catalog and Price List 




CABLE-SHELBY-BURTON PIANO CO. 



1818 SECOND AVENUE 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



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MOLTON HOTEL 

BIRMINGHAM 

RATES— $2.00 TO $3.50 DAY 

J. A. DRIVER, Manager 



The Quality Shoe and 
Stocking Shop 



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COMPANY 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



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MUSICAL 



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In our efforts to tell the outside world 
about Alabama's marvelous natural 
resources we earnestly invite the co- 
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ALABAMIAN 



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To the Top in Industrial 

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We Can by Concentrated Efforts 
Put it There 



Alabama Power Co. 



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THANKS 



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8 SON 



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All Work Guaranteed 



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Phone 777 P. O. Box 264 



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MONTGOMERY. ALABAMA 



STYLISH APPAREL FOR 
WOMEN AND MISSES 

ALEX RICE 

MONTGOMERY. ALABAMA 



Rothschild 
Mercantile Co. 

SELMA. ALABAMA 



HIRSCHS 

BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 

Millinery and Shoes 

The Style Leaders in 

Alabama 



The Largest Assortment of 

Exclusive Millinery 

and Shoes 



213 and 215 19th Street 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 

Capital $ 1,500,000.00 

Surplus 3,000,000.00 

Undivided Profits 81 1,000.00 

Total Resources over 47,000,000.00 

Trust Department Bond Department 

Savings Department 



compliments of 

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MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



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MONTEVALLO DRUG CO. 



DAVE BOYETT 

Manager 



Drugs, Perfumes, Stationery 
Cigarettes, Cigars 

Whitman s Candies — Sheaffers Supplies 

FAITHFUL SERVICE— HERE 



MONTGOMERY 
FAIR 

A GREAT STORE 

Over Fifty Years 

E 

A GREATER STORE 
TODAY 

Montgomery, Alabama 



Say It Wyth Flowers" 

Whatever the purpose, we will pre- 
sent your flowers correctly, with 
great skill and originality. 

Graduation Bouquets 

Gift Boxes 

Gift Baskets 

Gift Corsages 

Bridal Bouquets 

Bridesmaids' Bouquets 

ROSEMONT 
GARDENS 

116 Dexter Avenue 
MONTGOMERY 



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To Success 



CITY SAVINGS BANK OF SELMA 

SELMA. ALA. 



H. C. ARMSTRONG. President H. I. SHELLY. Vice-President 

B. H. PERRIN, Cashier 



THE CITY NATIONAL BANK 

OF SELINA 

SELMA. ALABAMA 
Oldest Bank in Central Alabama 



TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $3,500,000.00 



H. C. Armstrong. President 

R. W. HUSTON, Assistant Cashier 



H. I. SHELLY. Cashier 
J. E. CARTER. Assistant Cashier 



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GIRLS 

We Want Your Business In 

DRESS MATERIALS 

HOSIERY, SHOES 

ETC. 

Our Stock is Complete 

Please Call and See What 

We Have 



J. I. GUYTON 

MONTEVALLO ON THE CORNER 



Foremost in Fashion 
Foremost in Value 

In Collegiate Apparel 

for Young Men and 

Young Women 



BLACH'S 



BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



H. E. LATHAM 

STAPLE AND FANCY 
GROCERIES 

Butter-Kist Popcorn 

Sunshine Cakes 
Extra Fancy Fruit 

MONTEVALLO. ALABAMA 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



LOVEMAN-JOSEPH 
AND LOEB 



Hobbs 8 McGill 

Jewelers and Opticians 
SELMA. ALA. 

The Heme of Quality Since '59 







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TIP TOP BEAUTY SHOP 

Every Requirement For Being Beautiful 

PERMANENT WAVING 

FACIALS 

MARCELLING 

SCALP TREATMENTS 

WATER WAVING 

LATEST STYLE IN 
HAIR DRESSING 



J. A. Preddy 



Montgomery, Ala. 



LOEB 
Specialty Shop 

1909 3RD AVE. 

BIRMINGHAM 

New York fashions moder- 
ately priced — featuring styles 
for the Misses particularly. 

DRESSES, COATS 

And Hundred of Smart Hats, 

Small and Large 

Head Sizes 



Creagh & Smith 



2 STORES 

Hotel Albert BIdg. 
Phone 129-X 

Water 5rS Washington 
Phone 9 



Everything for the Car 

FIRESTONE 
TIRES AND TUBES 

VULCANIZING 
Right Now Service 



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T. J. BROOKS 

SAMSON, ALABAMA 



A Strong Store in 
A Strong Town 



We Are Always Glad ot 
See You 



Staple and Fancy 

GROCERIES 

DRY GOODS AND 

MILLINERY 



Among 
Technalists 

— the topic of dress is sel- 
dom discussed without ref- 
erence to the styles ideas 
emanating from this fa- 
mous style right store. 
Many commencements 
have had their beginning 
on our third floor. Phone 
or write Jennie Lee. your 
personal shopper. 

LOUIS SAKS 

Second Avenue at Nineteenth Street 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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SENT ON APPROVAL 



Meroney & Co. 

No. 2 

MRS. E. M. DAWSON 

Mgc. 

NOVELTIES 

DRY GOODS AND 
NOTIONS 

MILLINERY 

MONTEVALLO, ALA. 







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Mail Orders Filled 
Promptly 



Compliments of 

KLEIN & SON 

J exvelers 
ffl 



Court Square 
Montgomery, Ala. 



CLARK & JONES PIANO CO. 

'THE STEINWAY HOUSE" 

1913 Third Avenue Birmingham, Ala. 

PIANOS— RADIOS— VICTROLAS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



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Birmingham, Alabama 







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Thanks to All 

Montevallo Students 

For Their 

Loyal Patronage 



Tne 

NEW WILLIAMS 

1911 Third Avenue 

Fashion Center 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



WE SELL 

FANCY GROCERIES 

Fruits, Produce, Candies 

Drinks, Lunches 

Hosiery 

Hardware, Notions 

Small Profit and Quicl( Turnover 

ASSURES YOU 

OF FRESH MERCHANDISE 

AT ALL TIMES 

Elliott Mercantile 
Company 

Montevallo, Alabama 



Wooley &? Horn 

Groceries, Candies 
Fresh Fruits 

and 
Sandwiches 



And we assure you that we are al- 
ways with the college girls, whether 
it be for great or small. 



Montevallo, Ala. 



C. L. MERONEY 
& COMPANY 

MERCHANTS 

Montevallo, Alabama 



TRADE AT 

PATS PLACE 

THE HOME OF ECONOMY 
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Montevallo, Alabama 



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Here 

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MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA 



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Library 

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TALLADEGA SYLACAUGA 
ALABAMA 

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DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Hardware 

and Furniture 

Shoes and Hose 

MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA 



Fraternity, College and 
Class Jewelry 

Commencement 

Announcements and 

Invitations 

Jeweler to Senior Class and 

Various Clubs of Alabama 

College 

L. G. BALFOUR 
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