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PERSON ALIT Y GIRLS
Webster says that personality is individu-
ality, and with one look at the bits ot iemininity
that constitute the Personality Girls, everyone
quite agrees. The girls' adviser, Miss Kathryn
Stubbletield, has said that their mutual aim is
to develop character and personality. This
may be done by studying and putting into prac-
tice the phases ot etiquette that deal with cor-
rect manners for social activities.
Their annual banquet was held in the Crys-
tal Ballroom ot the Hilton Hotel, February Il,
l939. Decorations hinted of Saint Valentines
Day, and to carry out this theme, I-Iomer Ruttin
and Durward Suggs spoke on the intriguing
subject, The Ideal Sweetheart. A third speaker
was Choc Spanger, who seemingly answered
the other two talks with The ldeal Boy Friend.
The musical part of the program was furnished
by a trio composed oi Dorothy lean and Cferal-
dine Shaw, and Myrl Biggerstatt. Other social
events included a picnic and a sunrise break-
fast at Roadside Park in Cctober ot last year.
Decoration: Catherine Curtis, Katherine Randall, Patsy
Burrage, Evelyn Boygi, Mary Norvpell.
Program: Mary Norvell, French,
Finance: 'Eloise Elmor -4Choc Spangler.
Pep,Xp-ersonality, popularity, and pulrliritude
Lillian French . . . President
Ieane Robinson .,.. Vice President
Evelyn Boyd , ..... Secretary
Eloise Elmore . . . , , . ,Treasurer
Katherine Randall . . . , Reporter
Patsy Burrage . . .Sergeant-at-Arms
Miss Kathryn Stubbletield , .Adviser
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