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1937 ¥ he Buccaneer 29 imiinniiiiiinuiniiiMHiiiiiiniiimiiiimiiimiiiiiinniimmiimiiiiiiiniiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimimMmimiiiiin a. c. President Catherine Err Vice-President Kenneth Walker Secretary Helen Trivette Treasurer Betty Johnson Sponsors Miss Elizabeth Black, Mr. P. W. Alexander In 1892 an organization was formed and became known as the International Kindergarten Union; in 1930 it merged with the National Council of Primary Education and finally became known as the Association of Childhood Education. The purpose of the organization is to further educational opportunities for young children by raising professional standards of teachers. March 25-27 , Sue Williams represented Teachers College at the T. E. A. meeting at Nashville. April 22 a group from T. C. held a joint meeting with Kingsport chapter. Blacky our sponsor, was the speaker. Miss Elizabeth
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28 ’The ' Buccaneer 1937 Cbe international Relations Club OFFICERS Mary Stonecipher George Carr Julia Beck Louise Berry Lavinia Bowers Erma Brobeck Eleanor Carlock President Secretary ROLL Almeda Converse Mary Grigsby M. F. Parsley, Jr. Neil Sabin Alan Williams Sue Williams Sponsors —Miss Mathews, Miss Yoakley, Dr. Stout The International Relations Club was organized during the fall quarter 1935. Fourteen juniors and seniors were invited by the faculty to become charter members. Membership in this society is based on scholarship and interest in such an organization. The club is a member of the International Peace Council set up by the Carnegie Endowment and is one of many similar clubs organized throughout the United States and foreign countries. Its purpose is to promote peace through a study and understanding of international problems. In bringing to a close a successful year, the members hope that each succeeding year will bring added interest and strength to the organization.
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30 The Buccaneer 1937 tgma SDrnega President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter OFFICERS Edith Anderson Erma Brobeck Alm eda Converse Ruth Upshaw Meppa Tindall ROLL Esther Anderson Eloise Andrews Virginia Bagby Virginia Boring Lavinia Bowers Inez Catron Lucille Dossett Frances Dyer Clotele Eason Maxie Fox Margaret George Nelle Harrell Ruth Hail Charlotte Hambright Ruth Hodges Jeanette Hundley Frances Hill Grace Julian Marion Johnston Virginia Johnston Bobbie Kite Patsy Kennedy Doris Kirkpatrick Elizabeth Liles Pansy Lowe Ruth Mauk Virginia Miller Geneva Peery Mary Frances Ritchie Jean Stickly Dorothy Stout Charline Swingle Pauline Taylor Catherine Tindall Elizabeth Vaught Mildred West Martha Willis Mabel Zachary DIARY September 28—First meeting of the year. All eyes open for new members. October 7—The eyes have it! New members found! October 9—Tea for alumni attending Silver Jubilee. October 15—Formal installation of new members. November 3—Scoop! There’s talk of a Barnwarmin’. November 16—Annual Barnwarmin’ given. The greatest event of the year! December 15—Who cares about the chilly weather outside? There’s a Christmas party in the Sigma Omega room ! January 14—Exciting plans for 1937 made. February 12—Everyone dances to the soothing tunes of the Bucs. (Sigma Omega’s hostesses.) February 25—The “Brown Owl” visits Sigma Omega club room. March 11—Believe it or not—we all have fortunes! Mrs. Butterfield sees them in our palms! April 8—Ten new members chosen from student body. April 15—Party given for new members. New members even bring forth talent from old! May 14—Sigma Omegas sponsor Assembly program. May 15-16—Gala event! Annual house party of the year at Unaka Springs! June 4—Sigma Omegas leave for an exciting summer! Au revoir until we start making history for next year’s diary.
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