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, Copyright IQ2Q EVELYN GIVENS Editor-iu-Cliief NELL MITCHELL Buslniss Manager Foreword In the beginning, we say that may the Hfe depicted in the following pages bring memories to those who may read them again. A reminder of the spirit of ANDERSON COLLEGE ir ni ' ' ' ' y ' ' V .tf - ••■i ««i ' ■m.- Dedication , it 1 To her, vho is giving the richness of her hfe to us — through her love and ear- nestness for Anderson College — do we dedicate ihis volume of The SORORIAN t«f.4. ' . jiiB-: z- . ' J KS yJnnie ' Dove ' Denmarl Alma Mater Dear to our hearts is our Alum I Iatir, Loyal and true are ice. Truest devotion till life is en te l. If holly ive pledge to thee. Tho ' from thy hall far aivay ice ivander, Thoui hts hark to thee ivill fly; And tender nieni ' ries time eannot sever, hove that xcill never die. Heav ' n ' s ehoieest blessings ever attend thee. Dear Alma Mater mine — No shadows harm thee, no fears alarm thee, Ahcays the sunshine thine. And tho ' ice leai ' c thee , ice ' ll never grieve thee. True to our trust ice ' ll be. Our best endeavor, ?ioic and forever, Ahcays to honor thee. Mrs. C. S. Sullivan Book One . . . The College i Annie Dove Denmark, President m , v - ff . ,,.fC :;A). . .. 19 29 The SOPvOKlA.N 1929 Mr. C. S. Sullivan Secretary and Treasurer Miss Grace L. Cronkhite Miss Kathryx Copeland Dean of Music Dean of Faculty Page eleven v c 4V ' ' n... K. s ti 19 29 7 7 soKorTXn 1929 Officers of Instruction A.H..A.M, K. rnm ' Copi-LAxn. B.M.T., Dfun of I ' luuhy Bible B. M. T. and Diploma in Kt-Iisious Kduciilion. Soutlnvestern Baptist Theological Seminary; A.B., Baylor University; A.M.. Baylor University; Urad- uato work University of California and University of Chicago. Rhgixa Cook McCowdrick. A.1 ., A.AI. Eutjlisli A.B., Denison University; A.M.. George Peabody College for Teachers: Furtlier graduate work at Peabody; Research work in England and Italy. Grace L. CRt)N ' KHiTE Director of School of Music Professor of Piano, Organ, Ad anecd Harmony, l-listory of Music and An;il sis, New ISngland Con- servatory, Boston ; Virgil Piano School and Jlet- ropolitan College of I !usic, New York; Pupil of Maurice Moszkowski, Paris, two years; Ernest Hutcheson, Chautauqua, New York, five summers. Katharine Culver Voice Pupil of Alfred Y. Cornell, New York, Voice; Mav Laird-Brown, New Yorlc, Voice. Diction. Phonet- ics; Florence Page Kimball, New York. Voice; Conducting with Hugh Ross, New York. AIlLDREI) EdMUXHSOX. A.R. Enylisli A.B., Meredith College; Graduate worli in Colum- bia University, New Yoik. Hattie Fay Piano and Eurythmics Anderson College Teacher ' s Certificate in Voice and Piano; Post Graduate work in Voice, Ander- son College; Columbia Univrr.sity, Dalei-oze School, New York, Eurythmics; Pupil of Warren Case, Piano; Pupil of Anna Cross, Interpretative Danc- ing; Summer schools, Chautauqua, New York. Paffc i ujehv€ 19 29 7; SOPvORlA-N 1929 Officers 01 Instruction Geneva Gilbert, 15.M.T., A.H. liditdilion B. M. T. and Dii lonia in ReliRious Education, Soutliwestern Baptist Tlieolngical Seminary; A.B., Baylor University; Graduate wolic, George Pcaljody College fol Teachers. Paul W. Girson liookki ' e er Mrs. Pal l W. Gibson M air on Marilou Gower Commercial Course Graduate Fall ' s Business College; Teacliers ' Train- ing Course, Bowling Green Business University. Elizaiu-th Hart, A.H., A. l History Meredith College; A.M A.B., sity; Graduate work, lina. Columbia Llniver- University of North Caro- Webb von Hasseln Modern Langua( cs student at Clemson Agricultural College; studied in France. Germany. Austria and Central America; Certificate in SjJanish and French Berlitz School of Languages, Havana, Cuba; Certificate in Ger- man from the Department of Military Intelligence. United States Army. Page l iirleen 19 2 9 1929 Omcers of Instruction Mrs. M. C. McMillan I.ihriiritiri C i IDA Pattison Iiislruilnr in Piano (DuniiinR Kindergarten Method) Anderson College Teacher ' s Certtrteate in Piano; Anderson College Artist ' s D.ploma; Certilrcate from the Dunning School, New Yoi-k. Margie Phillips, B.S. B.S., Shorter College; Assistant Chemist, Polari- mclric Section Buieau of Standards; Graduate Student. Columbia University; the Sorbonne, Paris. GiiRTRUDi; Pratt, A.R. Expression A.B.. Roux College. Vermont; Graduate Course in the Worcester School of Oratory. Woi ' cester, Mass.; Private Pupil of S. M, Haynes. Boston, Mass.; Harvard University Summer of 11 22; Grad- uate Course in the Warden School of Oratory, Can- .ula. Olga Prvitt, M.D. Hygiene M.D., Woman ' s Medical College at Baltimore. RuTHLLLA T. Ramsey, R.S., M.S. Science B.S-, Pennsylvania State College; Chemist, Test Department of Pennsylvania Railroad; M.S., Penn- sylvania State College (1929). Page fourteen f§ : B?::fiS ; f). )-€ ?0 ! S il . 19 29 liie SOROKli N 1929 Officers oi Instruction Cora Emmie Rawi.inson Piano Anderson College Artist ' s Diploma: Pupil ol Gor- don Stanley and Ernest Hutclieson; Chautauqua, New York: Post Graduate in Piano, Anderson Col- lege. Mrs. U. G. Salla Dtet ' iiian Elizabeth Small Public School Music, Piano Anderson College Diploma in Public School Music; Studied Public School IMethods in Chautaucjua Summer School; Hollis Dann, Director. Maimie Elizabeth Scales. B.S. physical Education B S., George Peabody College; Graduate woil George Peabody College. Charles S. Sullivan, A.B., A.]VI. Philosophy A.B., Furman University; A.M., Harvard Univer- sity. Florence Underhill, A.B., A.M. Mathematics and Latin Graduate, Louisburg College; A.B., Trinity College (Duke University); A.M., University of North Car- olina. Miss Margaret White Domestic Science B.S. Anderson College. Pac e fifteen ' ' ' ' » ..u iiF l ll ll«H0B»r y , ,.j. Annie Elizabeth Pike, May Queen Book Two The Classes H ' ' %5 ,c.v».. Miss Hattie Fav, Sfionsoi- s £ a::z- - r ' - -1 I . .hii ' -ii v Ijv- ' . f 19 29 The SOKORIAN 1929 Senior Class Colnrs: Red and White Flo wer: Carnation Mollu: They coniiuer who think they can. Senior Class Officers Hazhl Mei;ks Pn-sidnit Makgakei Owincs Vuc-Prishlcni Mary Acki-r Snrrlary Mabel Cox Treasurer Miss Ha-itie Fay Sponsor Jacqueline Welborn Mascot Edna Brissey . Prophet Nell MnciiELL Testator Mary Olive Jackson . . Historian Margie Leveretii-: . . . Poet Parje nineteen 19 29 liie SOROKli N 1929 Mar - H. Ackrr HELTON , SOL ' 111 CAROLINA . . ) ' . Eiiterert ' 20 ; Lanier I itcrary Soi-lcly; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ' 28, ' liS; French Club, ' 27. ' 2S; Treasurer Junior Class. ' 27, 28; Member of Eiii;lisb Club. ' 28. -JU; Dramalie Club; IIIUiiiK Club; Progressive Edueation Club: Anderson Count.v Club: B. V. P. U. : B. S. U. Couneil. ' 28. ' 29: Secretary Senior Class. ' 28. ■2;i: Sisters ' Club; Reisious Editor of Yodler; NominatinK Committee. ' 2S. ' 20: Exei-utive Council. ' 28. ' 29; President of Y. W. A., ' 2S. ' 29. Her eves of blue, her curly hair, her smiling face make friends for Mary Acker every- where she goes. 1 o know her is to love her. If vou ask Mary to go with you one mile, she will go with you two. CjL.Ains Bfiach RED CREEK, NEW YORK Diploma in Public School Music I ' Inter.d. ' 20; Glee Club. ' 27. ' 2S. ' 29; Executive : ' ouncil, ' 27. ' 28; President of Student Govern- ment. ' 39; Senior Play. ' 29; I. R. C, ' 29; Es- tbcrian I iterary Society; Yodler Staff, ' 29; I ' an-Hellenic Council. ' 29; Theta KainJa SiBma, Words are feeble things when we would describe her worth. In everything she does we pronounce her perfection. Her charm, her striking individuality, her lovely spirit go to make up a wonderhii personage. Sara Hrhazeale ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA .LB. Entered ' 25; Lanici ' Literary Society; Town Girls ' Club; English Club; Junior Play. ' 28, A typical blonde — full of good spirit, most attractive looking and one of our most brilliant Seniors. Paiic twenty 19 29 lAe SOPvOKlA-N 1929 Edna Brissrv anderson, south carolina . .«. Entered 192G-27; LanitT Litorai-y Society; Town Girls ' Ciulj; Secretary Town Girls ' CIuIj, ' 29; International Relation CUilj, ' 27, ' 2S, ' 2!l; Anderson County Clulj; Spanish Club, ' liS; President I, R. C, ' 2!); Town Giiis ' Minstrel; Athenian Club, ' 29; Pi Phi Delta; Class Prophet. Edna has the combination of man) ' lovely traits which anyone wonld be proud: at- tractiveness, unselfishness, talent and abilits. She is a true friend, a good sport, an inter- esting companion, a capable student, and a most competent President of I. R. C. Dur- ing her three ye.Trs at A. C. she has made an excellent record. She is a girl of sterling qualities. Too much cannot be said of her class room work, for she is a student as good as the best. During the three years that Edna has been at A. C, she has endear- ed herself to both faculty and student body by her constant scholarship, her fineness of character, and her charming personality. Carolyn Bell ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA - J.B. Science Club; Lanier Literary Society; Town Girls ' Club. Carolyn came to Anderson College after two years at Winthrop. Her sweet disposi- tion and charming personality have made her popular with everyone, and it is with gen- uine regret that we give her up. The lovable traits and fine qualities which have been shown in her college career are sure to bring happiness and success in later years. Mayette D. Barnes BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT l.B. Entered ' 2S; Esterian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Editor-in-Chief of Yodler, ' 29; Senior Representative on E. cccutive Council, ' 29; Athenian Boole Club, ' 29; International Rela- tions Club, ' 29; Statistics, ' 29; Senior Play, ' 29. A vivacious whisp of humanity from the North is Mayette. but the ease with which she became acclimatised is evidenced b ' her pop- ularity in the Senior Class and the student body as well. She is a person of no mean literary and intellectual attainments, which latter is readily proved by her place among the superlatives. Constancy of purpose, devotion to duty, loyalty to all that is good and true, all these serve to make Mayette . ' I perfect woman nobly planned To ivarni, to comfort, and command. ' ' Page tivenly-one i . 19 29 lAe SOROKIA-N 1929 ■Xj-iSi 4 Jv ' ? t Mabel Cox BKLION, SOUTH CAROLINA . .«. lOiitcri ' il ITi; Lanit-r l.ilciiiry Sorioty: Glee I ' lul): V. W. C. A.; V. W. A.; B. Y. I-. U. ; Fr«iK ' h Club. ' :. ' G. ' 28; IntL-nmlional Kelalions Club; Pri ' sulfnt Progressive Edueation Club, ' 2S: Vice-Presklent Lanier Literary Society. ■2S; Treasurer V. W. C. A.. ' 28; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ' 2. ; President Y. W. C. A.. •29; B. S. U. Council. 2!t; Ti-casurer Senior Class. ' 2!1; Presi- dent Athenian English Club. ' 211 ; Y. W. A. Cabinet, ' 211; Nominating t ' onitnittee. ' 29. Chic, petite, verj atile, artistic, brilliant, literary, practical, lovable — no, this is not an attempt to re- vrite the dictionary. We were only attempting to describe Mabel, but the lask is beyond lis. M. ' XRGARET Cox BELTON, SOUTH CAROLINA LB. Entei-ed •2. ; T anier Literary Society ; Y. W. C. A.: Y. AV. A.; Progressive Education Club. ' 2S: French Club. ' 27: Sisters ' Club. ' 27; Bolton Club. ' 27; Anderson County Club; .Junior Play; Science Club; House President West Dornii- liny. ' 29; Vice-President B. Y. P. U., ' 21). S ie ' s not a Comedy of Errors, ' Or a Mid Suinmrr Nirjlit ' s Dream, Hut take it .Is You Like It. She ' s just ivliat site seems. Margaret is one of the best all around and most dependable girls at A. C. She has the |ualities of a true friend, a good sport, and is very witty. Margaret makes an amiable Mouse President because she understands so perfectly when we really didn ' t realize we were so noisy, and of course, we wouldn ' t do it on purpose. Then thise eyes twinkle with finnness when she says, all right, but not again — and don ' t we all just love her and vish her an abundance of success and happiness in the years to come. Virgin L Cox BELTON, SOUTH CAROLINA ,1.1}. Entered ' 25; I anier Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A.: French Club. ' 27; Spanish Club. ' 20; Progressive Education Club; Art Club. •2.S; Science Club. ' 211; To vn Girls ' Club. ' 20; Treas- urer B. Y. P. U.. ' 2S; Secretary Y ' . V, A., ■in; Executive Council, ' 2S. To know her is to love her and love but her forever, for nature made her what she is and never made another. Many are Vir- ginia ' s accomplishments, for she is the embod- iment of all that is pleasing in woman. Her suiinv smiles and loving dispisition have won her tmknown fame throughout A. C, and though she has passed out from the Alma Mater, she has not passed out from our hearts. Good-bye and good luck to Jinx. Paffe tiventy-tii o K. C ' ' ,,.47 ' - ' . .- : ff - ' -i;fQ%- ,:,vrrf t r 19 29 liie SOPvORIA.N 1929 Catherine Cowheri-) niiAVClIVILI.E, SOUTH CAROLINA Entered ' 27; Lani( r Literary Society: , W. ( . A.; French Clul), ' 2S; Internaticinal ItrlaliiMis Club, ' 28; Treasurer International i(i ' l;ilinMK Club. ' 28; Down State Club; San Souci; elcrlcil Senior Representative to the Executive (Niun- cil, ' 29; Class Cheer Leader, ' 28; Society Cheer Leader, ' 27; Student Body Cheer Leader, ' 2fl; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 29; Tieaaurcr Theto Kappa Sigma, ' 28; Senior Play, ' 29; Pi-esident Lanier Literary Society, ' 29. Why worrv: It will hnppen an vay? The smile that Kat alwavs wears is a proof of this. In Kat we have a happy combination of admirable traits . If she wants to stuti ' , all right — if she doesn ' t, all rifcht. She passes her work just the same. ' licn she speaks, others listen; when she ' s silent — Avell, someone else has the floor — that ' s all. When Cupid calls, she answers, but when — arrows fly, she presents an a le(]uale knowledge of self-preservation. We predict that a girl with such a com- plex will always be a success. Nell Cunningham CREER, SOUTH CAROLINA Diploma in Public School Music Wherever and whenever you chance to meet this lovely girl, you experience a keen sense of pleasure, for she is ga et ' itself. Always a smile, never a care, accompanied by much ability — especially along musical lines. LULA DiLLARD GREER; SOUTH CAROLINA A.B. Entered ' 28; Estherian Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; International Relations Club; Athenian Book Club; Senior Clas.s; Senior Play; Sororian Art Editor. ' 29. Although an artist to her fingertips, Lu];i surpasses most artists with her sunny dispo- sition. She is pretty, too, and it is not a superficial beauty, but a loveliness that comes from a beautiful soul within. Her interests and her talents are numerous and varied. She has been a nugget of gold to the Senior Class. It was Winthrop ' s misfortune when Lula came to Anderson. Iler voice is love. Iter manner sivcrt, S ic ' s genlle, dainty, and pctilc. Page tiventy-l irce ' % ' J :: 19 2 9 li e SORORl7 N 1929 Evelyn Givrns FOUNTAIN INN, SOUTH CAROLINA Entci-fil ' SS; Edilor-ln-Chifr of Soroi-iuii. l ' l»: liUornational Relations Club: Athenian ricial; Club; Silence Club: Senlul ' I ' lay; Glee Club; D. G. S. Club; EsthiTian Llterai-y So- ciety. (■ sicn ' l I ' yrs nl .Ihci ' r lur fau, slie ' d mak Caliban. Lovely, gifted Evelyn. Dreamy brown eyes and dusky brown hair remind one of tinklinH guitars, of a moonlight night, and the ladies of old Spain. The gods were good to her. She was endowed with beauty, charm, personality, and a mind. Whether it is a whimsical bit of verse or a serious term paper, she manages to put an intangible i|ualily in her writing which is typically E -el n. The Sororian editor-in-chief could hn ' c been no one else. H.AZEL Hamilton CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA ,1.B. Entered ' 2S; Senior Play; Bsthcrian Literary Society. Hazel Hamilton came to Anderson College to be loved by every one. She is quiet and reserved in all her ways, studious and per- sistent in her pursuit of knowledge. We know she will succeed. Mar EL Mali IVA, SOUTH CAROLINA A.B. Entered ' 24; Lanlor Literary Society; Pro- glcsslve Education Club, ' 28 ; B. Y. P. U., ' 20; Y. W. A., ' 20; Town GirLs ' Club. ' 27, ' 2S. ' 29; Anderson County Club; Science Club; Athenian Book Club. ' 29; Town Girls ' Minstrel, ' 27, ' 2. , ' 20. To be a friend of Mabel is indeed to be a fortunate person, for no truer friend could anyone desire. Her sweet and lovable dispo- sition, her generosity and modest and her sincerity have endeared her to everyone. She is always interested and ready to sympathize with her friends when they are in trouble. Aside from all this she is a capable, depend- able and willing worker. We wish for Ma- bel much success and happiness in the years to come. Page live n I y- four --T .V 19 2 9 .7 SOPvOKlA.N 1929 Mary Olive Jacksom TICNALL, GUORGIA A.B. Er.teT -ed ' 25; Estherian Litprary Socipiy; Sori ' c- tary ol ' International Relations Club, ' 2G, ' 27; Secretary Junior Class; Senior Class Historian; Progressive Education Club; Spanish Clnl); Georgia Club; Toxvn Girls ' Club; Pi Plii rii-ll:i. Mary Olive is a girl of unusual ability. She is a true friend, a good sport, and an interesting personality. Too mucli cannot be said of her classroom work, for she is a stu- dent of superior rank. She is a girl that one cannot help but love. Through associating with Mary O., whether consciously or un- consciously, you gain higher ideals. Slu ' pos- sesses tact, dependability, capability, and a good sense of humor. 1 know that with lur personality and endowed with these char- acteristics, she will succeed in an thing slu- mav undertake. Gladys Johnston ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA A.B. Gladys Johnston proved her worth to A. ( and thereby gained a place in every girl ' s heart. Although quiet, and even shy, she is a friend to the end. May you win the suc- cess you deserve, Gladys, Is the wish of ever. Senior. Margie Leverette IVA, SOUTH CAROLINA A.B. Entered ' 2S; Lanier Literary Society; Critic International Relations Club; Athenian Book Club; Town Girls ' Club; Senior Class Play; Town Girls ' Minstrel; College News Report- er; Class Poet. If you ' re looking for a real girl, you have found her. Her talents are numerous, and her spirit one of the loveliest to be found. Her poetry deserves honorable mention. Her in- telligence has made itself prominent by her work, and she is always on top with every- thing. Page iiuenty-fi ' ve l MhA IMMSA 19 29 7 ie SOPvORIAN 1929 ■«.»IPV an-di;rson ' , south Carolina , .«. KntcTCd ' 25; Estlioriaii Literary Society; Town Girls Club; AniU-rson County tJlulj; tilt-e C ' lul); Vice-Pri ' Sident Gleu Clulj, ' 27; I ' resiilent Glee Clulj. •2S. ' 2!l: Vice-Pn-sident Junior Class, ' 2S; President Senior Class. •211; Cai)tain Traek Team. ' 2St HlUers ' Club, ' 27, ' 28; International Kelations Club; DeleKatc to Southern Institute or Polities, ' 27; Junior Play, ' 2S; Spanish Club; l ' ' ren.h Club; Intereollefe ' late Debater with Hih ' h I ' oint College, ' 27; Town Gills ' Minstiel; Y. V, A., ' 28; V. W. C. A.. ' 28; B. Y. P. U., ' 28; Col- lege Choir; President Sunday School, 27; Atli- letic Assoeiation, ' 27, ' 28; Athenian Hook Club, •29. S ii- dorsn ' t put lliinijs off, slir uls tliiin OVfl. Hazel can be depended upon, for when she makes a promise she iri stire to keep it. Her honors have been merited, and «e call her not only our efficient President, but our night- ingale. AI. RG. RET McGeE ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA .LB. Entered ' 25; Lanier Literary Society; Spani ' h Club, ' 28; Science Club, ' 29; Tenn is Team, ' 2G, ' 27, ' 28; Winner of Tennis Sineles, ' 26; Town Girls ' Club; Secretary Town Girls ' Club, ' 28; President Town Girls ' Ciub. ' 2l»; Sophomore Town Girls ' Representative, ' 27; Junior Play, 28; Senior Plaj , ' 2!l; International Relations Club, ■2!i. S veet, (juaint, little Mai ' garet. One would almost call her a modern Priscilla. But then, Priscilla, we judge, hardly engage in tennis, and Margaret is the racket wielder of the class. Isn ' t it nice to he lovely, have beau- tiful features, much grace, and still be ca- pable to do the hardest work that comes yinir way ? Nelle Mitchell ANDI-RSON, SOUTH CAROLINA .LB. Enterc Clu.b, ' 2J ' . ; Lanier Literary Society; Spanish Seienee Club, ' 28, ' 29; Delefc-ate to B. S. r. Conference, 29; Junior Play, ' 28; Town Girls ' CIul); Business Manager Sororian, ' 29; International Relations Club, ' 2:i; Senior Play, Seeking neitlier tame nor honor, but rather the inward satisfaction from work well done, Nellc has established herself in the ranks oi the good students. Gracious in her man- ner, attractive in her ways, pleasing in her personality, versatile in her accomplishments, she has endeared herself in the heart of every Senior. It was a happy day for Anderson College when she came to us from Due West. Page tivrnly-six 19 29 The SOROKIAN 1929 Margarut Owinc.s CRAY COURT, SnUTI] CAROLINA DijAinna in lisln issitni Entered ' 21: ; V. W. i :. Y. W. C. A.. ■29; Vi. ' . ernment Association, Senior CIiuss. ' 29; Laui . (abinet: Ti-casufiT of - I ' l ' esidcnt Student Gov- 1 Vice-President of r Lilcrary Soci -ly; B. S. U. :ouncil. Slif luas a frii ' tid of truth, of soul sinirri ' , Not too serious, tiot tooijay. To have a friend is to. he a friend. This can truly be said of Margaret, becatise all who know her love her. She is distinguished bv genuitie sweetness, kintlness, unselfishness, blended with all the inward ami spiritual grace of modesty. ' ' .- smilf tliai is sweet and pure, 1-1 lieart made of purest ijoid; A maiden tried and true, It ' it i a ' ealt i of abilities unttild. Laura Shaw nCLTON, SOUTH CAROLINA .LB. Enteted ' 26: Lanier I-iiterary Society; Atlienian Boole C::lul); Tlome Economics CIulj. ' 27. ' 2S: French Club. ' 27, ' 2)i; Town Girls ' Club; Junior Pla ;, ' 2S; Anderson County Club, ' 27, ' 2S. To knoAv iicr is to !o ' c her. Since she came to us she has always held a large place in our hearts. She is a true friend and al- ways ready to do what she can for anyone. She is dignified from all outward appear- ances, but when the real Laura is known, she is jolly and alwa s read} for ftni. As she leaves her Alma Mater we are sure she will be a great success. Page twenty-seven 19 29 7 z SOROPvlA.N 1929 LIFE Till I lit liaay of Life i.i a iro i l liighivay, Alfiflc tif of the roads of the tuorlil. Anil it is up to each unit, humanity ' s soul. To choose a way through the ivhirl. The God of War, the ancient Alars, For sonic still holds his su ' ay. And many units, the human souls. Will have to go that ivay. Pallas Athenac, iMincrva the If isc, Will rule over a favored fciv. llcr far-reaching ivisdoni and curious hirth — ■ legend old, yet ever nciv. Glorious Apollo. Master of Sony and Lord of the Silver Boiv, Will have his folloivcrs from the ranks of men. And music, lovely, wild, as free as Pan, Into humanity ' s heart its ivay will rend. The Goddess of Beauty and the God of Love Arc more alluring, more dangerous than the Pipes o ' Pan, For Icnus and Eros are ever engaged In conquering the heart of man. We are the ones ivho have to decide Whether icc ' ll do it or toss it aside. He arc the ones icho make our minds IThcthcr we ' ll lead or ivill linger behind — Whether ice ' ll try for the good that ' s afar — Or he contented to stay ivhere ive are. In thinking it over, it ' s all up to you. In spite of what gods or goddesses may do! Margie Leverette Paijc lis:cnly-ciijlit 19 29 7 SOPvOKlAN -r ' - WJ J- vii- j! 1929 Class History S ' ri ' l ' l ' ] ' n iiitd llic public librar ' of ;i hir c city tlic other day, and glanced H tiJ casii.ill o cr the new books. Suddenly a small bcok h(jund in Idack and gold t sj caught my eye and I jiicked it up. Across the front in gold letters were the words ' Class of igag. I immediately opened it and began to read. On September 15, igag, the train [lulled into Anderson bringing the Class of ' ig. Though its members were destined to be green, they were not as bad as some. They soon caught on and took their places in College activities. At the first class meeting, Miss Cordelia Hendenson was elected as our sponsor and Miss Caroline Hurriss as president. With these two leaders we came out with flying colors at the end of the year. Then came the wonderful days for all Freshmen — The Freshman-Sophomore Re- ception. They toiled early and late decorating for the event. Thus the Freshman year closed and the Class of ' 2g became Sophomores, wise and full of pep. Some wise and truthful man has said, You can always tell a Sopho- more, but you can ' t tell him much. But no one has ever dared to limit the ability of a Sophomore to tell things to others. ' When we were Sophomores, we felt that we Tlad been through much experience and had reached the age of maturity; when we looked back over our Freshman year and realized the toils, struggles and insults we were forced to endure before entering the field of a ' wise fool ' . Another event that brought joy to every Sophomore was the winning of the bas- ketball cup. They fought hard for it and forgot the fight in the joy of victory. Two weeks before Commencement, very early in the morning, someone came down the hall calling ' (n ' t up Sophomores, it ' s time to go for daisies. ' Slowly Sopho- mores got ready, took their waste-baskets and went out to snip, snip daisies. Finally enough were gathered and the day came to make the chain. Commencement was no t at all joyous because we had to say farewell to our dear Senior sisters, who had been our loyal friends. You know, there isn ' t anything evolution can ' t do; so, at the end of the year, the Class of ' 2g became Juniors. As Sophomores we thought there was little left to be learned, but many difficult tasks arose. However, there was pleasure mingled in with the hardest ones. The least word spoken about the crook sent a thrill tingling through us. The Seniors hid it far away, but we searched high and low for it. ' A Kiss for Cinderella showed the world that we were a class of real actors. We owe much of the success of our Junior year to Miss Hattie Fay, our sponsor, whom we love so dearly, and to Cleone Jewell, our president. The end of the year brought the exciting event of choosing Sophomores, and with fear and trembling each Senior asked her Soph. Page t ' wcnty-ninc . ► -! l -„. 19 29 7 ie SOROKIAN 1929 Thus, throusli three long years, the Class of ' 29 toiled and strusf led to the heights ot Seiiiordoni. The entire class became very dignified. The first Sunday e ery- one wore caps and gowns to church, and almost choked to death before they got back. This Class of ' 29 enjoyed the distinction of being the first to witness the celebra- tion of Founders ' Day, and upon that day our much loved president, Miss Annie Dove Denmark, was inaugurated. After examinations, the work on the Senior play began and all Seniors realized that their school days were nearing a close. Coniniencenie]it came, diplomas were re- ceived and the Class of ' 29 met no more. Slowly, I closed the little book and laid it back on the shelf. The history of the Class of ' 29 was ended. Mary Oi.ivi- Jackson Par e thirty 19 29 7 ie SOPvOKlA.N 1929 Last Will and Testament 7 ' o our li ' ijdtt ' cs (iiiil frii iii s. i iccliiu s: Wills have been mailf trtjm the (lawn (if (.•leation, therefore, we, the class of nine- teen hundred and twenty-nine, being in hill possession of our faculties, and realizing that it will not be many days until we shall return to the various, separate, and distant places from whence we came, do proclaim, publish and make known ibis, our last will and testament : Item I — We desire to express our sincere thanks to our parents and friends who have made it possible for us to reach this glad hour. Item 2 — To the faculty we give in perpetuity our love and esteem, and an ever increasing respect in token of what they have so graciously done in m luKiing, shaping and making us what we are. Item 3 — To our Alma Mater we give our loyalty in perpetuit ' , pledging ourselves always to make it a better, bigger and more glorious institution. Item 4 — To the JurTiors we do bequeath the three family heirlooms, much treas- ured and loved by us all ; ( i ) the senior table, where quiet and dignity have reigned supreme, may our spirits hover o ' er you; (a) the thrills and pleasures of the Junior- Senior j; eception, with our dignified places in the receiving line; (3) our dear old Senior crook, with which we have let you play for a few weeks. Item 5 — To the Sophomore and Freshman classes we direct alone that you walk Worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called. ' Item 6 — Gladys Beach wills her gift of oratory and executive ability, along with her generous nature in regard to points, restrictions, etc., to Inez Boleman, hoping that she will co-operate with Miss Denmark as successfully and completelv as (iladys has. Item 7 — Mayette Barnes wills her intellectual ability, love for Miss Cowdrick, and her extreme good looks, to Ruth Paulson, hoping that she will ise this added en- ergy in overcoming all of her weaknesses, including her back. Item 8 — Hazel Hamilton wills her brown satin dress to Tramps Alley. May they enjoy it next year as much as they did this. Item 9 — Lula Dillard and Evelyn Givens will the use of the parlor to Froude Rice. May she have as many week dates as they did. Item 10 — Margaret Owings wills her love for midnight parties on Linger Longer Lane to Catherine Shanks, hoping that she will never get a three o ' l ' lock dipping on Sunday morning. Item II — Margaret Cox wills her ticket office, where the girls get permission tc roam around the halls to Lucille Teal. Item 12 — Mabel Cox wills her regLilar Saturday night dates in Miss Denmark ' s studio to Kat Beckham. May she love lier Clemson Cadet as much as Mabel did. Item 13 — Catherin Cowherd wills her sweet disposition and all her love for the Laniers, to Grace Seymore, knowing that these, combined with her good looks, will carry her through her senior year successfully. Item 14 — Virginia Cox wills her ability to gain flesh to Ann Tyrus. May she ac- ipu ' re a figure that resembles Venus as Virginia has. Pat e tliirly-one 19 29 liie SOPvORIAN 1929 Item IS — Mary 7 cker wills Doc. W ' flborm- her curl ' liair, hoping she will enjoy the curls and not consider tlieiii sissy. Item 1 6 — Mabel Hall wills her Huency of speech and loud voice to Elizabeth Nash. Item 17 — Mary Olive Jackson wills her good marks and big feet to Mary Metts. Item iS — Margie Leverett wills her love for her former Alma Mater, and also her love for Citadel dances, to Martha Vyatt. Item 10 — Hazel Meeks wills her lo e for Mr. Sullivan and her excellent voice to her Sophomore sister, Doc Welborne. Item 2ii — Edna Brissey and Gladys Johnson will their flippant ways to Marion .Murphcy. Item 21 — Sarah Braezeale wills her desire to be the next to enter the realm of matrimony to Monte Pearson. Item 22 — Laura Shaw wills her love for alternoon classes to Frances Priiitt. Item 2? — Caroline Bell wills Joe Frank Acker all her surplus avoirdupois. Item 24 — Margaret McGee wills all of her cast off beaux to Ellis Campbell. Item 25 — Nell Mitchell wills her quiet disposition, and in addition, she wills her burning faith in men, believing them all to be inately good (for nothing). We do appoint our beloved President and Sponsor as executor. In witness whereof, we the class of twenty-nine, set our hand and seal, this twejity- seventh da ' of Mav, Anno Domini, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty-nine. Witness: The Class of Twenty-nine. (Signed) Nell Mitchell, Lawyer. Propnecy Act I Scene: ApartiiienI of ] Itirjorie Lcverettr. PKjjessor of Socioloyy, C.oliiiiihia [ hiivcrsity. Ti. 1934- 2l i (l (jox: IVIarjorie, you can ' t realize how thiilh ' d I am to be visiting you. Indeed, it seems quite like old times! jMarjorie : Just think, Mabel, it was exactly five years ago tonight since we received our skin you love to touch from our dear Alma Mater. Oh, of course, I ' m so glad you all are here, but don ' t you wi.-;h that we might have been in An- derson tonight? I can hardly imagine our class having a reunion without us. Kalherlne Coivherd: I can hardly wait until eight o ' clock. Wouldn ' t you give almost anything to snuggle down in your chapel seat once again and hear Miss Den- mark say, The Processional is 236. I had planned to attend our class re- union tonight, but since the Senate was still in session I couldn ' t get away. I ' ll tell you we do need a uniform divorce law. It took me almost two entire months to get my last divorce and six months to get my first one. Paije l ilrly-lwo 19 29 . - . liw SOPvOKlAN 1929 Miss Fay: Station F.U.T.U.R.E., Aiidfrson College, Anderson, S. C, Hattie Fay, Dean of Faculty, broadcasting .... The Class of 1929 has gathered from far and wide this evening, exactly five years after leaving their Alma Mater. The pinpose of this reunion is to renew old friendships and give each member the opportunity of giving an account of herself. We have representatives of the Class of ' 29 here from all parts of America, and, indeed, from all parts of the world. It gives me great jileasure to welcome each. It was most fitting that our meeting should be opened with jjrayer, but since I see Captain Hazel Hamilton, head of the Salvation Army, has not come in yet — that part of the program will beattended to later. We are hajipy, indeed, to have with us one of the most remarkable members of the faculty of Furman University, Miss Margaret Cox, dietitian. Miss Cox. IMaryanl (jox: Friends, since each speaker may have just one-half of a minute each, I can say only this: I like my job at Furman even more than anyone can imagine and I find myself very popular because of the fact that 1 never serve cabbage. Miss Fay: Miss Gladys Johnston has just perfected the radio, and if she doesn ' t get a me-ssage from Mars within the next two weeks, then she and her aviatrix admirer, Miss Laura Shaw, will fly there immediately. They are both clamor- ing to make a speech, as usual, but due to the lack of time we must hasten on. Miss Fay: Miss Caroline Bell, of this city, the best authority on costume jewelry, had jTlanned to give us a talk on The Dignity of Earbobs, but I have just re- ceived a note from her parents explaining her absence which I shall read to you. Caroline barely escaped death today. Given a nickel by her father as a reward for good behavior, she bought a lollipop. In her haste to eat it, it slipped into her throat causing her to choke. Assistance reached her just in time to prevent death. I Hss Fay: While studying in New York, Miss Hazel Meeks saw opening before her a wonderful career. Blessed with such a marvelous voice, she decided to do her bit toward creating happiness and joy for others. Miss Meeks has become one of New ork ' s most celebrated and well-known cabaret singers. Night after night, she and her accompanist, Miss Margaret McGee, are achieving fame. Miss Meeks will sing for us Nickoline, her own composition, with apologies to the composer. Hazel Meeks sings. Miss Fay: The next number of the Class of ' 29 is Judge Nell Mitchell, of whom we are all justly proud. Judge Mitchell is an enthusiastic rival of Judge Ben Lindsey in his juvenile court in Denver, Colorado. Judge Mitchell. Nell Mitchell: Besides the fact that I am delighted to be here, there is just one other thing on my mind. If the young people and college girls of this city do not act according to the correct standards prescribed by my devoted friend. Miss Mary Olive Jackson, in her world-famous book entitled, The Younger Generation Is Going To The Dogs, — then bring them to my court. K ' ill reform them! Miss Fay: It is with a feeling of weirdness that I introduce the next speaker. Magic workers always have the power of making me feel creepy. But cur own loyal Edna assures us it is quite harmless and simple. Miss Edna Brissey, known to the world as Houdini ' s successor. Paye thirty-three 19 2 9 7 SORORIAN 1929 Mar]orie: Yes, but don ' t start on your hobby of divorce laws again. Let ' s see if we can get Anderson College. It ' s time for the program to begin. Mtirjoric tiiiits in. Edna Brissey: For the first time in many years, I am returned to Anderson College. My friends and classmates, it is wonderful. It is, indeed, so marvelous that it makes me want to do something in return ; so if you will all remain for five minutes after the program I will explain to you what only two people in this world ha e ever known: How to pass Miss Cowdrick ' s classes without work. Miss Fay: I received three letters this morning from three members of the Class of ' aq telling me how desperately they longed to be here, but because of pressing business they could not get away. One letter was from Miss Mabel Cox, who is quite famous in the realm of actors in New ork City. She, as you know, makes an ideal Romeo for Shakespeare ' s play; and, indeed, it is well that she does, because Mary Acker plays all the heroine parts, and she could never be the remarkable success that she is if she were separated from her life-long love, Mabel. Another letter is from Miss Marjorie Leverette, professor of So- ciology in Columbia University. She is seriously considering resigning her lofty position for other work (a man). The third letter was from Miss Katherine Cowherd. It was entirely on the subject of divorce laws, but she did add a postscript saying, She longed to be with us tonight. Kdtlurinc (Uiivlii-rd : Well, why shouldn ' t it be on divorce? Now, you know that is all I ' m interest — Mar ' jorif Leverette: Sh-h-h — Listen! Who ' s next? Miss Fay: Professor Mabel Hall, the greatest modern authorit y on reptiles, has just presented the college with a lake containing fifty thousand of her trained snakes. These, she hopes, will prove helpful in the laboratories. Professor Hall is unable to be here tonight due to the fact that one of her pets contracted a slight cold For the past year, Anderson College has been receiving hundreds of girls from Washington, D. C. To whose influence is this due? ' hy, to none other than oiu ' own Lula Dillard, the charming first lady of the land ! W e much regret that because of her extended good will tour over Rus- sia she cannot be here tonight. Oh, no! Why all the excitement in tiie college tliis week? Every girl is trying to look her best and really quite a few have succeeded. What is it all about? The pictures for the annual are being made and who is the photogra- pher? The same Evelyn Givens who was editor-in-chief of the Sororian in 1929. Miss Givens declines to make a speech, but she added (confidentially) that if any girl desired to know why and when she became interested in the work of traveling photographer for White ' s Studio in New York, that she ' d be delighted to give a lecture in chapel tomorrow morning. The bus stopped in front of the college yesterday and a tiny young woman emerged from therein. She carried a suitcase in each hand, and securely tied to handles of each case was — a child. Who on earth could it be? Our bewildered gaze finally recognized none other than the prominent social leader of Con- necticut — the former Majette Barnes. Miss Leverette: I ' ll bet they ' ll thank their lucky stars when those adorable twins do leave — regret nothing. Pac e tliirty-jouT 19 29 The SOPvOPvlA-N 1929 Miss Fay: Tlic next lumibcr on our inograni is Miss Virginia Cox, known as thj famous Human Fly. She will not make a speech because she wishes to pre- serve her energies until tomorrow afternoon, when I am asked to invite you all to see her in her death defying stunt of climbing the wails of the four-foot livery stable. I have here a letter bearing the Hawaiian post mark. She, with her troupe of Hawaiian dancers have been there practicing some new steps, etc. Miss Owens sends her regrets at her necessary absence from her class reunion. She and her chorus are Zeigfeld s most successful rival, and it is hoped many may go from Anderson this year to sec them act. I also have another very amusing letter from Miss Nell Cunningham. She boastfully tells me that she has attracted so much attention this season in her travels with Ringling Brothers ' Circus that she is to be given a tent all by herself - 1 might tell you that she is the fat woman in that circus and that at present she weighs three hundred and fifty pounds. She says she hopes to regain the fifty pounds that she lost due to excitement and exercise caused by the escape of the flea circus. Katlurine Coicherd: Fleas — no wonder she lost weight trying to catch those elusive things. Miss Fay: The last speaker on the program this evening is none other than the former Miss Sarah Breazeale. Her dress of somber black recalls to us her recent be- reavement of her ninety-year-old husband. We hope she will speak to us. Sarah Breazeale: Reckon they can sec me? Does my hair look all right? Oh, yes — you stand here. My friends — never have I enjoyed a meeting more than this, our class reunion. I am happy to say that due to the millions left me by my recent husband I desire to present one hundred thousand dollars to the college endowment. Miss Leverette: Glory be! That makes our college an absolutely, positively, genuinely endowed institution. Miss Cox: But listen! Miss Fay: Now the fortune and future of each member of the Class of 1929 is ac- counted for. Fate has chosen for them many and sundry tasks which they have completed successfully. Now the Class of ' 29 bids you a fond adieu. Edna Brissey Page thirty-five lAe SORORIt N 19 29 1929 Junior Class Offickrs Inez Bolemak Prrsidnil Elizabeth Holley Secretary ami Treasurer Miss Cora Emmie Rawlinsok Sponsor Page thirty-six SSiSMl 19 29 7 i£ SOROKIAN 1929 - - Junior Class K.VTHERINE Hl ' CKHAM HARDEEVILLR, S. C. Ruth Brown ANDERSON ' , S. C. Ruth Cathcart ANDERSON, S. C. Jfssie Cox BELTON, S. C. Dorothy CHAftusHRs ANDERSON, S. C. Leila Dodenhoff branchville, s. c. Page tliirly-srvcn 19 2 9 The SOPvOMAN 1929 Junior Class Fav Srlma Downs caksar, n. c. Eva Kate Hall roseboro, n. c. Jan ' ie Hawkins greenville, s. c. Elizabeth Holley jefferson, s. c. Hazel Jeffcoat KORTH, S. C. Elma Josey ST. CHARLES, S. C. Page thirty-eight 19 29 TAe SOPvOKIA.N 1929 Junior Class MONTIE PliARSON ANDERSON ' , S. C. Floye Padgett steedman, s. c. Ada Powell POOLER, GA. Fronde Rice simpsowii.i.e, s c. Annie Lee Rivers EASIOVER, S. C. Grace Seymour ELBKRTON, GA. ' thirty nine 19 29 7 7 sorokT7vN 1929 Junior Class Ll ' cile Teal CHESTERFIELn, S. C. Elizabeth Tribrle ANDERSON ' , S. C. Martha Wvatt an ' oerson, s. c. Evelyn Yeargin ' anderson, s. c. Ethyl Vackel geneva, n. v. Annie Elizabeth Pike LA GRANGE, CA. Page forty l€d5 19 29 The SOROKl7 N 1929 Sophomore Class Officers Anna Bass President Ruth Wkidman I ' iee-President Mary Lou Salla Secretary Mary Alice Purvis Treasurer Miss Marcarei ' ihte Sponsor Paeje forty-one , - f ic €v - K... Si ?i t 19 29 liie SOPvORl N 1929 Sophomore Class Floride Breazeale ANDERSON, S. C. Olive Brown ANDERSON, S. C. Anne Elizabeth Crowther ANDERSON, S. C. Margaret Hunnicutt ANDERSON, S. C. Margaret Earle STARR, S. C. Llcma Lovelaxi) GREENVILLE, S. C. Harriott Marshall beaufort, s. c. -4- Vage forly-ln ' i) 19 29 1929 Sophomore Class Olga Martin ANDERSON, S. C. AIarION MlRPHV andSsox, s. c. Claribel Parhaim CHARLESTON, S. C. Mattie Parham CHARLESTON, S. C. Frances Pruitt STARR, S. C. Mary Alice Purvis GAINESVILLE, GA. Mary Lou Salla ANDERSON, S. C. Page forty-three 19 2 9 7 SOROK1A.N 1929 Sophomore Class -4- Eleask Sturkiu COPR, S C. MiNNHi; Sii;giil ANDERSON, S. C. Rlth Thomas JONliSBORO, N. C. Ruth Weidman coldsboro, n. c. MiLWEE WeLBORN GREENVILLK, S. C. Vera Wh.son AN ' DERSOK, S. C. Page jorty-jour ' ' v t: . ' .. -P ' ■- ' ' Vr, O 19 29 T e SOROR1A.N 1929 Freshman Class Officers Katiikrixe Shanks Pnsidcn! Elizabeth Nash Vicr-l ' rrsiJent Virginia Chapman Si-tnitiry Kathleen King Trrasun-r Ghist Brown Mascot Paije forty-five ( M T -: K . € fe:ri 19 29 7 ie SOPvORIA.N 1929 rresnma Jo Frank Acker .... Greenville, S. C. Mabel Burnett Coronaca, S. C. Louise Carlow .... Hudson Falls, N. V. Virginia Chapman . . . Hartsville, S. C. KuTSY Cobb Walhalla, S. C. n Class Elizabeth Craig Anderson, S. C. Emily Earle Starr, S. C. Jessie Earle Central, S. C. Edna Erskine Anderson, S. C, Emma Hart Darlington, S. C. Page forly-six £go iS M A, 19 29 T ie SOROK1A.N 1929 Freshman CI ass Mary Frances Jones . Mary Kimbell . . . Kathleen King . . . . Edith Martin ... Anastasia McCully ' . . . Bessemer, Ala. Wyona McGee Anderson, S. C. . New York City Claudia McSwain ... La France, S. C. . Clinton, N. C. Mary Metts Greenville, S. C. Anderson, S. C. Elizabeth Nash .... Washington, Ga. Charleston, S. C. Edith Modne . . . South Norwalk, Conn. I ' tif i ' jorty-se-vfn 19 29 Tfie SORORIAN 1929 kman CI ' resnma ass Claudia Prevost . . Ruth Paulson . . Eloise Rice . . . . Miriam Seav . . . Thelma Sellers . . . . Anderson, S. C. . . . Dover, N. J. . Highlands, N. C. . . Anderson, S. C. . Chesterfield, S. C. Mary White . . . MiLDREB Smith Greer, S. C. Sara -Ellen Stansel .... Pelzer, S. C. Antoinette Tyrus .... Carrollton, Ga. ToMEKO Unno Shi(iuoka, Japan Beatrice Vogel . . . South Norwalk, Conn. . . . Pickens, S. C. fage forly-eitjhl Book Three Organizations € . ' - iTi- v . , 19 2 9 T z sorokian 1929 Student Government Association Gladys Beach President Margaret Owixcs Vice-President Inez Eoleman Secretary Jessie Cox Treasurer ExncuTivu CouxciL Senior Represenlali-ves Junior Ref re.eutal! ' Ves Marv Acker Elizabeth Hollev Mavette Barnes Leila Dodenhoff Sopliomorc Representatives Fres iman Representatives Anna Bass Jo Frank Acker Lucia Loveland Kutsv Cobb House Presidexts Fronde Rice, East Dormitory L rcaret Cox, If ' est Dormitory Paoe filly 19 29 The SOROKIA-N 1929 Page fifty-one . 19 29 7 z SOROKIAN 1929 Y. W. C. A. Mabel Cox I ' lcsidnii Anvie Lee Rivers .... riic-Pris ' uteiit MARC. Ri:r OwiNGS Srcrctary and Tiiasurcr Miss Eliz. beth Sponsor Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Marv Acker Annie Lee Rivers Ll ' cile Teal Lucia Lovelanu LULA UlLLARD Gladys Beach Patje fifly-two 19 29 7 SOKORIAN 1929 Pflc c fifiy-tliree - wf r ' f V. ' ' ' r . ' S 19 29 7 i£ SOROR1A.N 1929 Soronan Staff EvLLiN GiVKNS ' Edilor- ' tit-Chirj Fronde Rice hsislant Nell Mitcmell liusimss Manai ir AoA Powell Issislnnl Uu buss Manager MiLWEE Welborn ' liivcrtisiiuj Mana jer Anna Bass P ' uturr Editor Inez Boleman Literary Editor Mary Kimbell Social Editor Lula Dillaru Irt Editor Margie Leverette Joke Editor Miss Ha ' ITie ¥. Faculty Adviser Mary Olive Jackson . . . Senior Business Manai cr Elizabeth Tribble Junior Business Manarjer MiLWEE Welborn . . . . Sopliomorr Business Manaijer RuTii Paulson ... . Frcslnnan Business Manaijer Page fifty- jour , ,v . ' - ' ' r, i- ' ' ' ' - ; ' ' ii M :d % ' ' 1 ! ' ' ' -- ' ' ' ' ' :y 19 29 7 ie SORORIA.N 1929 Viyc ( ' ' ' ■t ' « 19 29 7 ie SORORIA.N 1929 -«r ,. Yodler Staff Mayette Barnes EJilor-in-Cliiel Annie Lee Rivers Business Alanayer MiLVVEE Welbo:{N lluinorous Ed ' nor Mary Lou Salla Social Editor Gladys Beach hili-ri ' ii ' -ui-r Reporters Mary Acker Mary DuPre Elma Josey Hazel Meeks Jo Frank Acker Anna Bass Laniir Harriott Marshall St rcial Rr iortcr Page fifly-six 19 29 Tke SOROKIA.N 1929 Mrs. Gertrude T. Pratt Expression and Dramatic Arts Page fifly-seven j v. - . v - .-.fC $ .. . v = 19 29 liie SOKOKIAN 1929 f Estherian Literary Society Annie Ei.izABrnii Pike ..... Pn-sidritl Frondk Rice ....... I ' hr-Prrs ' uinil Eva Kate Ham Srcrrlary Frances Weaver . . Ada Powei.i Oi.advs Heach . . . Miss Elizabeth Scales Mascot Trcasurrr . . Crilh ■ Sponsor Alva Stevenson Hazel Hamilton- Mary Frances Jones E.M.MA Hart Llila Dillard EVELV.V CiIVENS Mary Metts Mary White Edvthe Modne Beatrice Vogel Ruby Campbell KuTSY Cobb Minnie Siegel Louise Carlow EsTHERi.AX Roll Ediih Martin Sue JoRiiAN Standard Mayeite Barnes Mary Kimbell Ruth Paulson Miriam Seay Mary Wilson Louise McCellan Floride Breazeale Emily Earle Mary ' Alice Purvis Annie Elizabeth Pike Maitie Parham Margaret Earle Harriott Marshall Claribel Parham Ruth Thomas Fronde Rice Ada Powell Ruth Brown CjLadys Beach Jessie Earle Elizabeth Tribble Nelle Cunningham Miss Myra Anderson Hazel Jekfcoat Hazel Meeks Eva Kate Hall Vaijr filly-ei j il r S ' Sii ' l r„ ' yf M idMmMM £ SMm 19 29 lAe SOPvORl N 1929 Lamer Literary Society Officers Catherink Cowhekd Inez Boi.eman . . Annie Lke Rivers . . l ' iisidi-7tl rii i-l ' nsijnit Si ' ( yrlary Miss Uaiiie Fay . . Kajherine Beckham Tirasuirr EiHVi. Yackei . Critic Dikrem. Fant Mascot Sponsor Lanier Roll Jo Frank Acker Marv Acker Anna Bass Katherine Beckham Louise Bockis ovalvne boggs Inez Boleman Sara Breazeai.e Mabel Burnett Beulah Cason DoROTHV Chambers Virginia Chapman LuciLE Cothran Catherine Cowherd Jessie Cox Mabel Cox- Margaret Cox ' iRGiNiA Cox Leila Dodenhoef Marv DuPre Ruby Foreman Kitten CJarrett Mabel Guvton Janie Hawkins Elizabeth Hollev Marv Ruth Hursey Pauline Hughes Elma Josey ZoA Kay Kathleen King Lucia Loveland Oertrude Mann Olga Martin Claudia McSwain Elizabeth Nash Edna Earle Ogburn Margaret Owings Floye Padgette Elizabeth Parsons Constance Pratt Annie Lee Rivers Mary ' Lou Salla Thelma Sellers Grace Seymour Katherine Shank Mildred Smith Sara Ellen Stansell Elease Sturkie Lucille Teal KlEFER ThACKER Antoinette Tyus Tomeko Unno Odelle Wakefield Edith Watson Milvvee Welborn Ruth Weidman ' era Wilson Laura Wright Ethyl Yackel Page fifty-nine L- aA - 19 29 T ie SOROPvlA.N 1929 Glee Club Miss Catharine Cut.ver Dim lor Glee Club Officers Hazel Mefks Presidinl Ruth Cajhcart Secretary Eva Kaie Hali Treasurer Glee Clui! Roll Beatrice Vogel Eva Kate IIai.l Evelyn CJiveks Glauvs Beach Emilv Earle Hazel Meeks Harriot Marshall Ruth Cathcart Ada Powell Sara Cathcart Mabel Cox Margaret Earle Claribel Pariiam Kathleen King Minnie Siegel Mildred Smith ToMEKO Unno I ' age sixty 19 29 Tke SOROMAN 1929 fl( sixiy-one rfc ( 19 2 9 7 SOROK1A.N 1929 Fat c sixly-tivo 19 29 7 ie SOKOK1A.N 1929 Pan-Hellenic Grace Skvmour . . . Miss Hattie Fav . . . PrrsidenI Sponsor Theia Kappa Siijma Catherine Cowherd Gladys Beach Representatives Sigma Phi Ada Powell Claribel Parham Sigma Drlia Gamma Ruth Brown Nelle Cunningham Pai e sixly-t iree 19 29 7 ie SOROKIAN 1929 1 - n ' 4 Theta Kappa Sigma Colors: Light Green and Silver Floivrr: Lily-nf-the-Valley Miss IlAnii; Fav, Sponsor Viv.: cv. Sf.vmour Annie Elizabeth Pike . . Catherine Cowhero Pnsidrnl . . Srcrrlary . Treasurer VIemrers IN ' College Grace Seymour Annie E. Pike Anne Tvus Catherine Cowhero Louise Carlow Ethyl Vackei. Mary Lou Salla Kathleen King Lula Dillard Elizabeth Nash Katherine Shanks Gladys Beach Mary Alice Purvis Wilwee Welborn Constance Prait Memrers IX Faculty Elizabeth Small UAniE Fay Payc sixty-jour 19 29 lite. SORORIAN 1929 Sigma Pki Colors: Killarney Pink and Silver Flozcrr: Killarney Rose llAKKioi Mar:iiall, I ' icsidinl IVIrs. Ci.arf.nce Browx, Sponsor Claribel Parham, Secretary Mattie Parham Ada Powell IX College Mary Frances Joxes Hazel Hamilton Members in Town Marv Kimbell Alva Stevenson Mrs. N. B. Sullivan Babbie Sullivan Jessie Sullivan Mrs. Clyde Smith Mrs. L. Hammfit Emily Sullivan Mrs. Cordas Seabrook Mrs. John Russell Mrs. A. B. Rivers Mrs. Sam Sullivan Mrs. Vm. Sullivan Mrs. Clarence Brown Mrs. Glenn Lassiter LiLA Sullivan Lucia Sullivan Mrs. p. W. Ellis Dorothy Sullivan Payc sixly-f ' ve ' 2 Q - M i ' r if ' 5 ' 19 29 The SOPvORl7 N 1929 Sigma Delta Gamma Colors: Red and ' hite Flower: American Beauty Rose Helen Browx, Sponsor Ruth Browk, Presidenl Members Nelle Cukningham Marv Metts Mary White Eva Kate Hall Ruth Brown Edith Martin Miriam Seav Page sixty-six 1 19 29 7 SORORIAN 1929 D. G. S. Club Colors: Purple and Lavender Flower: Orchid Sweet Pea Miss Elizabeth Scales, Sponsor Officers Hazel Jeffcoat PresidenI Ruth Thomas . ■ Secretary and Treasurer Members in College Evelyn Givens Hazel Jeffcoat Leila Dodenhoff Inez Boleman Ruth Thomas Virginia Chapman Margie Levereite Meisibers in Town Caroline Burriss Helen Eskew Mrs. Melvin Sullivan Mildred Meeks Page sixty-seven kMiS T -:H- idSi4M;€kmxM2 19 29 J ie SORORIi N 1929 THE ATHliXlAX CLL H I ' a( i- sixty-cighl kti ' 1- . Vr-?0-.r -y- 19 29 7 ie SOPvOKli N 1929 International Relations Club Officers Edna Brissev President Annie Lee Riveks riee-president Marv Olive Jackson Seerelary Catherine Cowherd Treasurer Miss Hart Sponsor Margaret McGee Mary Acker Anna Bass Mayette Barnes Glady ' s Beach Mabel Cox Members Mary DuPre LULA DiLLARD Evelyn Givens Margie Leverette Nelle Mitchell Floye Padgeit Ada Powell Fronde Rice Mary Lou Salla Martha Wyait Inez Boleman Ruby- Hunnicutt Dorothy Chambers Patje sixly-ninc k ' k T -.M ■ iSSi ;i? 19 29 7 ie SOPvOKlAN 1929 Tow n Girls Club Officers Margaret McGee President AxNiE Elizabeth Crowther Secretary Miss Emily Sullivan Sponsor Page seventy 19 29 7; SOPvOKlAN 1929 -J ' af f sevenly-one 19 2 9 l ie SOPvORl N 19 2 9 u page scvenly-livo Book Four Athletics 19 29 ifie SORORIAN 1929 Athletic Officers Miss Elizabeth Scales Director Flove Padceit Captain Black Team Katherin ' e Shanks Captain Gold Team Black Team Inez Boleman Fronde Rice Beulah Cason Harriot Marshall Jessie Cox Annie Lee Rivers Leila Dobenhoff Olca Martin Eva Kate Hall Grace Seymour Fave Selma Downs Claribel Parham Janie Hawkins Lucille Teal Mary DuPre Maitie Parham Elizabeth Hoi.ley Elizabeth Tribble Margaret Earle Elizabeth Parsons Hazel Jeffcoat Anna Bass Mabel Guyton Mary Alice Purvis Elma Josey Kaiherine Beckham Lucia Loveland Mary Lou Salla Ada Powell Ruby Campbell Gertrude Mann Elease Sturkie Ruth Thomas Gold Team Minnie Siegel Ruth Weidman Vera Wilson Milwee Welborn Jo Frank Acker Etta Adams Mabel Burnett Louise Carlow ' irginia Chapman KuTSY Cobb LuciLE Cothran Emily Earle Jessie Earle Ruby Foreman Emma Hart Pauline Hughes Mary Frances Jones Mary Kimbell Kathleen King Mary ME:ns Edyth Modne Elizabeth Nash Ruth Paulson Mildred Smith Sue Jordan Standard Sara Ellen Stansell Alva Stevenson Keifer Thacker Antoinette Tyus Beatrice V ' ogel ToMEKO Unno Mary White Laura Wrichi Page seventy-jour fli- -.„ Ui. - w :- .v w-c 19 29 7 i£ SORORIAN 1929 ' v4f CHEER LEADERS HIKERS CLUB Page seventy-five 19 29 liie SOPvORlA.N 1929 TLMlil.LRS ATHLETIC CLUB NO. II Page srvrnty-six 1929 7 SOKOKIAN 1929 =ii;f::!£ji 51 ATHLETIC CLUB NO. I TENNIS CLUB Paffe scvcnly-scven 19 29 Jfie SOPvOKIAN 1929 SCENES FROM ATHLETIC VAUDEVILLE Page sevenly-ritjlil Book Five Features 19 29 7 ie SORORI N 1929 ;g ' fsi= 3i(yf ;ig ' fsit= = icy, Statistics Prcttii ' st Grace Seymour Best All-Roiuiil MiLWEE Welrorx Most Popular Gladys Heach Most Intellcitiial Mayette Barnes Most AtiKutivf Ai5A Powell Most Talented Ethyl Yackel Most Athhtie Katherine Shanks Most Original Jo Frank Acker ' JC?) ' i ' U ' ' J( = a|Si .5J Page eighty . . . IT J I J 19 29 7 sororTa N 1929 Q z w H n D a ' flf f ciijlity-nine 19 29 lie SOROM N 1929 College Humor N. B. — The liislory of an original joke is a joke. The Scotch surely are tight. Last summer Ruth Brown took a trip from Scotland to Ire- land and they made her bring it hack. Hoot Mon! Since ve so rarely see a Scotch joke, the editor decides to begin with a few. Ever hear the one about the man who married a Scotch wife because he knew she would never give him a piece of her mind? Then, there was the Scotchman who would let his children have only one measle at a time. • a McNary, in planning his new house, left the roof off one room. A friend asked the reason. Oh, that ' s the shower! Remember the Scotchman who saved his Red Cross pin from one year to the next? « • A great many deaths occurred in Edin- burgh last week. It seems some firm was giving away free samples. Surely, God ' s gift to the joke editor is the Scotchman. Page Mrs. Salla! Town student: What did you have for lunch today? Dormitory student: Three, guesses . T. S.: No wonder you ' re so hungry. Lula: I had to leave school on account of pneumonia. Louise: Yeh? Lula: Yes, I couldn ' t spell it. Style ivas lahal madr Oscar ll ' ildp. Yfs, and Thornton ll ' ilJtr. Page ninety 19 29 liie SOPvOKlA.N 1929 College Humor Evelyn: I have a dress for every day in ihe week. Fronde: Let ' s see them. Evelyn: This is it. Don ' t you think the flaming youth type of college students is passing? No flunking. « Desperado: Halt! If you move, you ' re dead. Miss Edmundson: My man, you should be more careful of your English. If I should move, it would be a positive sign that I was alive, Miss Scales: O, how nice to be an avi- ator. John M. : Yes, wanta fly? Miss Scales: Yes — please! John: All right, just a minute, I ' ll catch you one. Who wrote the first short story? Why, a Scotch author, of course. ' ' Saleslady: Pardon me. Miss, but you haven ' t paid for your purchase. These ar- ticles aren ' t free. Cat: Isn ' t this place a gift shoppe? First one: So ' little sis ' went to her first dance last night? Second patient: Yeh, she made her de- bris up at the Beta house. St. Peter: Who ' s there? Voice without: It is I. St. Peter: Get out of here. We don ' t want any more school teachers. « » Pike: My grandfather was a gold-dig- ger in the Klondike. Purvis: So was my grandmother. Tliree of tlie girls drcidc that indeed ihey would not I O to the Prom. Page ninety-one 19 29 7 z SOPvOKIA N 1929 College HuTQor WoL Li) It W ' ork at Axdkrson? When I go to college, said the little high- schooler, I ' m going to call myself ' Minutes, ' ' cause minutes ahvays pass. College is a place where one spends several thousand dollars for an education and then prays for a holiday to come on a week-day. The difference between an Anderson C ol- lege girl and a traffic cop is that you get a chance to slip in a word or two to the traffic cop. They say that Al Smith is going to sue the Democratic party for non-support. Favorite Pins Miss Edmundson: Writing pins (pens). Evelyn: Delta Gamma Sigma (page Clcmson). Miss Scales: Ten Pins. Grace: Sigma Nu. Margie: Phi Delta Theta. Lucia L. Straight pin. Jo Frank: Any kind. Abie: Papa, vat is science? Abie ' s papa: My, how could you he so dumb? Science is dose t ' ings vat says, No Smoking. Miss Gilbert: Ada, do you know who built the ark? . ' da: Naw. Miss Gilbert: Correct, for once in your life. FIc: T ial rcmiiith mr. lig ili-r fixed. I must liavr my gfe i aJ.! ; ! ! 19 29 The SOPvORlAN 1929 Equipped with many years experience for making pnotograpns oi all sorts de- sirable for illustrating college annuals. Best obtainable artists, workmansnip, and tne capacity for prompt service. Photographers to the 1929 Sororian ' 229 West 42nd Street NEW YORK --sf- O .-V ' t I y . ' ■;;- .V l ■ ■1 19 29 liie SORORIAN 1929 Anderson College ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA The College where Mothers Love to Sena Their Daughters STANDARD COURSE LEADING TO THE A.B. DEGREE Diplomas in Piano, Voice, Violin, Organ, Public School Music ana Expression. Secretarial and Home Economics Courses Anderson College is Splendidly Equipped and Aims Toward the Mental, Spiritual, and Physical Devel- opment of Every Student. For Information and Catalogue, Address ANNIE D. DENMARK, President ' « p- ' 9f ;iC -f p, .f4 r: ' € f[ X - ' 19 29 ifie SORORIAN 1929 LION ' S CLUB Tne Lions roar for An- derson College. Let us roar for tne Lions Club. H. E. BAILEY, President. J. A. MITCHELL, Secrelarxi and Treasurer. NEW SAFE STRONG CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK ANDERSON. SOUTH CAROLINA jyiember Federal Reserve System NEW SAFE STRONG 19 29 T ie SOROK1A.N 1929 GLUCK MILLS ANDERSON. SOUTH CAROLINA MANUFACTURE LAWNS, VOILES, ETC. EQUINOX MILL ANDERSON. SOUTH CAROLIN.A MANUFACTURE ARMY DUCK USE COTTON GOODS EFIRD ' S Anderson ' s Most Popular Store Sells Everytning in Ladies Ready-to-Wear We Sell the Better Kind of Merchandise Lower in Prices The College Girls Find This a Good Place to Shop We Sell Everything Worn by Women, Men, and Cnildren Come io See Us EFIRD S DEPARTMENT STORE ANDERSON. S. C. 19 29 7 ie SORORIi N 1929 COMPLIMENTS OF GREENE EARLE Anderson, South Carolina ORR-GRAY AND COMPANY HEADQU RTERS FOR PUREST DRUGS AND riigK Grade Toilet Articles WHITMAN ' S SAMPLER Best CanJy Made PHONE 216 AND ALWAYS REMEMBER FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Phone 223 Southern Public Utilities Co. A Busy Jew elry Store The Public Appreciates a First Class Jewelry Store. Not Just a Few, But Hundreds of DIAMONDS WATCHES All S.zes All Makes RINGS CLOCKS All Kinds All Prices STERLING SILVER All ihe Leading Patterns LEATHER GOODS The Be5 l Makes Keese ana Cockran I our Jetuelers ' 19 29 liie SOROKIt N 1929 G. F. TOLLY SON We are always glad lo have the col- lege gills visit our store, and will be delighted lo furnish their own homes for them when they have left the home nest. Anderson College Girls Make the Best of Housekeepers. Boys, Take Notice! G. F. TOLLY SON Established 1858 The Best m Every- tking for Women Ready-to-Wear Millinery Piece Goods Footwear, Etc. M.tII Oiders and Phone Orders Receive Special Attention MOORE WILSON COMPANY Anderson, South Carolina Anderson ' s Better Store Invites Your Inspection of the Correct Styles in Women ' s Wear Better Goods Always Cost You Less at Fleishman ' s DAINTY FEMININE FOOTWEAR Fleiskman Company Anderson ' s Better Store liomekee ing Hearts Are the Ha iest WE BUILD THE HOUSE YOU MAKE THE HOME ToAvnsena Lumber Company CONTRACTORS AND BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 267 ANDERSON. S. C. r- - . ■I i» „x r « ' n. . „,S « - : 7 V .. . .„- ' ' 19 29 7 SOPvORlAN 1929 SULLIVANS HARDWARE COMPANY Anderson Bel (on Greenville Greei HARDWARE Mill Supplies, Athletic Supplies, rlousenola Furnisnings Your Patronage is Appreciated D. GEISBERG EXCLUSIVE Ladies ' Ready-to- Wear COMPLIMENTS OF THE An derson rlaraware Com pany Phone 253 Anderson S. C. Lunches TOASTEE SANDWICH SHOP M North Main St. Anderson, S. C. COMPLIMENTS OF Brissey LumDer Company Anderson, South Carolina We Carry All the New Styles in Ladies Reaay-to-Wear and Shoes ECONOMY SHOE STORE YOU ARE WELCOME 19 29 liie SORORli N 1929 Cr ystal Cafe and LuncK 118 North Main Street Phone 800 Anderson. S. C. Your Patronage IVill Be ApprccialcJ Tne Jonn C. Calhoun Hotel Anderson, South Carolina NEW— MODERN 125 Rooms 100 Baths Banquets Solicited A Cordial Welcome Extended Anderson College Faculty and Students STATIONERY, NOVELTIES KODAK FINISHING O ' DoNNELL Stationery Co. COMPLIMENTS OF G. E. MARCHBANKS Anderson, South Carolina Exclusive Apparel Moderately Priced AT RUBENSTEIN ' S Anderson, South Carolina Compliments of CLYDE L. STONE Anderson, South Carolina compliments OF J. C. PENNEY COMPANY East Side Square Anderson, South Carolina For Eye Comfort and Better Vision SEE DR. CAMPBELL MAXWELL BUILDING Anderson, South Carolina (■ 111 iliniiMits 111 I) It O . (i. 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