Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

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The institution adopted a curriculum for the Bachelor of Arts degree equal to that of the best universities of the South, and strengthened all departments. 3.55 The college is entering a new epoch in its history and proposes to meet faithfully the highest educational ideals of our times and expects to see this policy as fully en- dorsed as its first effort to advance the stan- dard of education for women in the South. - 1 l 1 ,- , l , .11 Q GEKARD CONSEKVATOKY. The .GBIBIU U0llSBlV8l0I'yl18S Flllll UlSllII0l AllV3lll8g8S lst, It has not merely a Well organized depart- ment of music, but a separate, Well-equipped Con- servatory Building devoted exclusively to music. 2d, The Conservatory has a distinct individual life, having a separate faculty under the man- agement ,of a director of eminent abilities. 3rd, Every department in the Conservatory is in charge of a specialist of extended experi- ence in that department. 4th, The Conservatory is associated With the College and its students live in the College at- mosphere. It follows that the students have the advan- tage of instruction under specialties and of the refining influence of College life. ,SRC JC Q-Klfiflfv' www 'I-'rfww wwvwwfvwrvwvw ww uw www ff fvw rfwuw vw wwf, S -'f,'e',f!,,,:,,'.: ,:',,': 1' ,.:l,,'4' .c J,f', ,' A use W W1 nw N,fxWfV'xw,51V 7Xf4'vf'tN-fl.f"l.I1W I WMV 0.WiHN.I'1-Mfdf I1 1 WWF w1'.r'Mi WN MM 312 A.. 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I A' ,gf .. ig :' 1' 4 ' 1 'of C 1 5 -F. .1 A. S, , Asfw ' nf., ,1 " Lf-, -:5 ..f-:H ,+ .. 3 ffw. , 44, 1 . '4 f 'ILA .- 'fl'-5.4 A 21: -1 A. " , s'1'.v' . 24. All x -- 'T '-'ff- .wl ' ' 'A ' 455' 'Q A - in .N M , Nw. 'Za A 4-Frith A j T Y F'-5 , .-.f,- . -:JT-I Q-,H - ' 'A -A :'k'Wf.'E ,A v., . - U 1, .. '. A .L-VR' ' A 4 "Jn ' fl "5 'X' , ,fag-51.37 ' t : ' . gk aciflax :A-2.1.1-4. . 171' 4 .,. A . 1 ' A v '-- 'A . 2 . a 4 4 4 u na SV ,F wwf J . Q.. 4.1 X ', , , ,4-Q,-. fz 2 - ,. ,1.y' AV --9-. 15' 3 ' 4. ," 'Wag .W- ,. 1 I , .W .5z?v, '.' w, - ,,,.- l.1 a,. fin. f , . e-- x ' - 92 1 X .1 a ,4- ,lf J -x Q. Ar .1 , . 'I' ,- S -.., iff, A 1 . o u I " v' -l'l :iz ,JA " 25"1l'1' . , .4 , .wg ELIZABETHAN 5 IEP '-Ehitnrial 5352 ' QV 'lil' sw sw E EDITORS of ye Annual " Elizabethan" do now greet ' ye readers of 'his little boolce, and beg most hnmblY that Wet jaw . . Y X Y f 7 ye afofementloned reaclere be charitable to ye afore f X ' . . . 5 mentioned Editors, and that theY consider ye earneastness of ye endeavor, rather than ye resnlts of it. We praY, teo, O' readers, tha' ye overlook the many mistakes and shoftcomings, for although these maY sometimes be ou' fault, nevertheless, we shall trY, whenever pofsible, to lay ye blame on ye peer printer, as all ye goed and honest Editors are won' to do. We make a special bew te ye Alumnae, begging their lcindes' coneideratien and asking them to believe that what we have dene was with ye earneft desire to serve and honer ye dear Elizabeth Cellege, though peer and weak ye effor' maY be. With these praYers and with geed wishes fer ye dear Alma Mater and its friends, ye editors will permit ye gen'le readers te pass en te ye mere in'eres'ing pare of ye booke. I 1 ' 27 ' ' X 57 3 s -3 55 K 15554 ' K X ELIZABETHAN W ! x 4 X j g 5 ' VN ng ,q ex n 3 N1 , ff 'fin I A I , , X HX . . Q ' Evhtraitnn n To our President, n , REV. CHARLES B. KING, AM , I this Annual is respectfully I I dedicated. W N B REV. CHARLES B. KING, A. M ,- I 4 f,r vw 1 w 1 -,r5fv'f'f' Uv .T ,U W f ' " 1 , ' V ' x , 515' P1 Ll4iv'f4 , 'Wm 4. 4 Q Y ' ' M i Y 1 Y "Qi +'-fi' 'ff' " ' ' 1 ,' S f 1 1- . -,. - ,- .' , , .. , A .,:- , ' , , 4, 1 - Wg r - 1 ,Qi-'L-g. , : . ,, J .. - -a .xg . w 'N , f., 1- -f, , - .. . f- . .0 x 1:30 ,N ' ' "ix "5 X- 7 ' mf. X " ir. . " '7 - ""3 ' " 'f. .3 'L-T .' .. " ":"".'-v.'k"y Q- -' ' " I' I U ,fi 3 yu, .f ,fx X b A , , , ' N Q 2 452 5'- , -V ' 4-41 .-Q A b V '., ' Y 1g 1.r-P ' 4 -- 11+ W' -,pl .. ' ' - ' 1 ' ,N ' . -hi' 1, 1 ,"' W' 1 ' , , ' ,, . ,,,,':',, f,f','f, V ' ' ' , ' , 1,-in iw: , Q - '4,,3 ,i"lgf: X A' ,, . ':-, 0 . N , UL . . . as . M W 1 z F? X .. 1 iii D , EJ" x 'mf V , ',u 5 31-rf . , new 1 'MTI - 9i'1.' --if L41-If' " I' -Vi-'13 ' x. 4: 4 , '. N w N . a. r' ,J ,", f, U I ,, A 32k - ' " " 1 , s 7 .11j.'11Q?f 1 3.51616- , 15 , V , A ,, . ' K X 'fem ,P N tml "UQ . t , , . 1 W ' - f - .. 2 P1 Nl . ., 0 ma. ELIZABETI-IAN En Elizabeth just a little book we offer, With mistakes and faults, we know, But our hearts are true and loyal And our love we thus would show. Then take, our Alma Mater, This effort poor and small As a token of love unchanging To "Betsy," the pride of us all, With our color red for courage, With the white for motives pure- So our pennant waves above us VVhile our loyalty'll e'er endure. We come, the eight in number, To our Foster Mother true, Full of pride in our class and College And we bring our all to you. And now as the days creep onward And the time comes to depart, A wave of grief comes o'er us That saddens every heart. But this one Wish We'd utter, As we turn from thy classic shade, May thy children be always loyal And thy glory never fade. -N. A. H IO ELIZABETHAN Annual Staff NINA A. HOLLAND, Editor-in-Chief CHARLES JEFFORDS ADELAIDE LE FEVRE NELLE ORR GERTRUDE PICARD SARA OUSLEY ELLA HYAMS ELIZABETH CARGILE PAULINE WILSON ABBIE HENKEL MARIE YEAGER EMMA BROWER MARY MILLER LENA SPINKS CLARA VOIGT SHOLIGEI EIA I P , ,S Y 1',., ff I! 'A , .gn- gb.-j.q: Qu- , ' 0. N,-H ,tgk , ,. ,Y 'Min 4 Q ' 1 r .1 M V 1 1 aa I , .T. L , - v w ,, wh ,vy -I-X. . 4 a H Y. , v,, ,v .,. 4. 51 'fit' hx 1 v 1 ,. wig, f. 1, . , QD , 1 ' ,,-1 Q. ' - V 4 . , . : ref ' H. , ' J' . 'S , - ' 1, V . A ,U -11 , ELIZABETHAN 1 3 '-T lizahvih NN' 44 1" Stl!! ,9'2I'5'22 Q89 'Amd' - 'S Eff!! S sw hai t - Q N THE B.Ull.,DlNG of Elizabeth Qollege, there are Q 2 two inscriptions in marble, one showing the age of the 2 College, and the other its aim. They read respect- ively: "Elizabeth College, Erected I897," and "Pro , A 5 L Christo et Ecclesiaf' And so it can be seen, from the one inscription, that Elizabeth is a young institution, only eight years old, and, from the other, can be told the high purpose of its founding-a purpose maintained throughout its history and a purpose that will be maintained throughout all subsequent years. Youth then is Elizabeth's. What a glorious thing it is-this youth! For it means as much to an institution as it cloes to an individual-youth, the time for hope, for aspiration, for vigor, for growth and for ideals. True, our College has not around it the glamour' of tradition and of long historyg but, on the other hand, it is often the case that history and tradition hamper and limit the life of a college, and so Elizabeth stands free, unshackled. Thus, we might represent her as a beautiful woman standing amid books and the implements of art, while with her hand over her 'eyes she peers into the future "as far as human eye can see." This is Elizabeth, our Alma Mater, young, vigorous, active, ere "Custom lie upon her with a Weight, l-leavy as frost, and deep almost as life." So Elizabeth is a good representative of the-young institution. She is con- stantly growing in every way. Her curriculum, which has always been high in standard, has, however, within the last few years, been advanced until now her work ranks with that of the best of our male colleges, and in some branches the students are doing university work. Within a few years of the establishment of Elizabeth the "honor system," a modern plan of government, was instituted 14 ELIZABETI-IAN in the College, a plan in which trust is-placed in the student, and so that self- reliance is taught as well as a high sense of honor. In a material way Elizabeth has grown also. About three years ago, the beautiful Gerard Music Conser- vatory was built and there are now three colleges in one-the Literary and Art Schools and the Music Conservatory. The Faculty has been added to also, the number now being about twenty-two, while these instructors now are chosen invariably from specialists in their line, those who have done advanced work in the respective branches they teach. This represents, to some extent, Elizabeth's growth, and now we might turn to her ideals. As no life is great without aspirations and ideals, no college is worthy the name unless it is reaching out to better itself in all lines of develop- ment and growth, "building each year more stately mansions" of endeavor and thought. So Elizabeth has her ideals. She desires to bring about higher education of women, she desires to develop the characters of those intrusted to her care, and so she endeavors to make her students a beautiful blending of the mind, soul and body-"perfect women" in every sense of the word. Elizabeth, a name that is very sweet indeed to those of us who have known her well. A name that calls up before us such pleasant and beautiful memories when we leave her halls. A name that we love, that we reverence, and that we will ever be loyal to. Her alumnae are proud of her record, of her growth and ambitions, and all her friends hope and expect from her greater things yet and higher development still until she stands supreme as the College for Women in the South. That these hopes and realizations be fully realized is the earnest hope of the Annual Staff of l905. I 1 xg' ,st - gisff cf,.fff'f ELIZABETI-IAN Ellarnltg Rev. CHARLES B. KING, AM., W PRESIDENT. Professor of Greek. Rev. ROBT. C. HOLLAND, D.D., CHAPLAIN. Professor of Intellectual Science, and Philosophy. IRENE B. PALMER, S LADY PRINCIPAL. Professor of History and Political Science. NINA A. HOLLAND, AB., A.1VI.. Professor of English Language and Literature, and of the Latin Language and Literature. MARGARET WILLIS, A.B., Assistant Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, and Librarian SARAH E. BURGES, A.B., Professor of the French and German Languages and Literature. MARCIA LATHAIVI, AB., B.L., Professor of M athernatics and Natural Science Rev. G. D. BERNHEIIVI, D.D., Professor of the English Bible and Sacred Literature. Rev. W. W. ORR, A.M., D.D., Professor of Moral Science. Rev. W. E. EDIVIONSON, History and Moral Science. I5 ELIZABETHAN f FACULTY-Continued. BLANCHE N. WILLIAMS, A.B., Professor of Elocution, Physical Cnltnre, and Physiology. MARY MCDOUGALL, Professor of Coinlnercial Branches. MARGARET E. GREEVER. Principal of Priinary Departinent. MAMIE K. RICHARDSON, Preparatory Departrnent. Tntor in Special Branches. I-I. J. ZEI-IM, Professor of Piano, Organ, Theory, Choriis, and Director. CAROLINE E. LEINBACH, AB.. Professor of Piano. MABEL ADEE SAXTON. Professor of Violin, Piano and Stringed I nstrninents. BEL L. SEYMOUR, Professor of Voice. GERTRUDE CAPPELMANN, Professor of Piano. CORNELIA EARLE, Professor of Drawing, Painting in Oil and Water Colors, China Painting, Glass Painting, Applied Design for China and Glass, and Pyrography. CHAS. A. MISENHEIMER, A.M., MD.. College Physician and Lecturer on Hygiene. NETA J. UMBERCER. M atron, Trained N nrse. 1 ss. ' Q r .lf , 'r A , " , Marcia Latham Nina A. Holland Charles B. King Irene B. Palmer G. D. Bernheim MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY. 4 -L--elf ' - . P , Q ' : X" ' 1 I 1 zz ' h 'fl 5"'. N -. - . U 'z 'W "1 4' ' .4 A If" 4- I EJ -.JV "i "Q -. . Af, ,f W. , - -J 1,- 'Y -n 1.. '.' .wr ff' i A . If 1 .' lv' U "u 1 "unff 'Q H,.n'i ' I 1 , 1 . Y wi Y- Y' 'I 't ' ' ' ' I .1 " l ,,.. 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Yell: Hurrah, rah! hurrah, ray! Clear the way! clear the way! D Red and white, red and white, Who's all right? We're all right! Who are we? What you say? Nineteen-five, rah, rah, ray! llbhirrrz President: Gertrude Picard, Mississippi. Vice-President: Roberta Pauline Wilson, North Carolina. Secretary: Charles Edmund Jeffords, Florida. Treasurer: Mary Elizabeth Cargile, Kentucky. Historian: Nelle Marrion Orr, North Carolina. Poet: Charles Edmund jeffords, Florida. Mlrmhrra Adelaide Leffevre, Pennsylvania Sara jean Ousley, South Carolina Ella Isabella Hyams, South Carolina ELIZABETI-IAN Uhr iKvh anh white You may hunt far and near, under cloudy skies and clear And search from day till night, And you'll never Fmd a class that ever can surpass The jolly old red and White. CHORUS. Then here's to the eightg may the kind hand of Fate Protect us all our livesg And the sun shine bright o'er the red and white- The naughty, nought-y tives. 'Tis old Betsy that we love every other place above, And we say she's just allrightg But of all her bonny lasses, we're the finest of her classes, The jolly old red and white.-Cho. To the purple and the gold and the dear sweet days of old Will our hearts ever turn with delightg But of mem'ries of the past, the dearest and the last Will be the jolly old red and white.-Cho. -C. E. feffords. ELIZABETHA N Uhr ilirh aah mhitv x" V ' is ,sax MUN U UT WEUU ilfk LJ 51,1 MTU 'if 1 , ', 1 1' ' 1: -5.5 'O -I Q.ET F777 9 AV o Q 1 3WQhxjQf5iHfQ'f1Y?5, fs 'TQ .UU 9.055 J. bmi- uni and T UK A -5 ....-Q- Q' 1 ' L 13-19 f'DJARDN5m.l Edl3LfHRXE'ff'f tu 0,1 - ' Q 4. " 0 so Al f-S S. -L . :Y:'3uNxx41ny x x 5 as s 0 1' - Q a 0. 4. J1GX- x5N iixx YVEYQYUXS X'fl f-fi lxa' KEN ix .E- If l ifxf 'xi :V f I N ' Q Q Q s' q'. a uv ,, 5 Y, -I-. , A. .L . Q J, ,L C T ,. I ' ' I , . 1 A K , K7wUxXW fx Vx bi H 11XmX X-J y Xl! X4 U YN XE-XF xx X -XE yy F Www-, 'W i w A, ., ,,g .4 1. 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V- n 1 , It I EIJZABETHAN 31 Swninr Gllaaz Statiziirn GERTRUDE PICARD, B.A., CBILOXI, MISS., President Senior Class, f!O4-,055 g President Diatelean Literary Society, CO4-,053 g Captain Amazon Bowling Team, C04-'OSU 3 President Mississippi Club 3 Sec- retary of Class, C03-'O4j 5 Treasurer Diatelean Literary Society, CO3-'O4Dg Member of College Chorus, College Choral Society, Amazon Basket-Ball Team, Cotillion Club, Tennis Club, Annual Staff. il CHARLES EDMUND JEFFORDS, B.A.. fOCALA, FLAQ Secretary Senior Classg Class Poet, Recording Secretary Diatelean Literary So- ciety, C'o4-'o5j 3 Treasurer Tennis Club, C04-'05j Q Censor Diatelean Literary Society, C03-'o4jg Member of College Choral Society, Amazon Basket-Ball Team, Amazon Bowling Club, Cotillion Club, Y. VV. C. A., "Single Blessed- ness" Club, Annual Staff. PAULINE ROBERTA WILSON, B.A., fSALISBURY, N. CJ Vice-President Senior Class, Vice-President Diatelean Literary Society, CO4-,OSD 1 Captain Amazon Basket-Ball Team, C04-'o5jg President North Carolina Club, Secretary Y. W. C. A., Member of Missionary Society, Bible Class, Amazon Bowling Club, Cotillion Club, Tennis Club, Annual Staff. 32 ELIZABETHAN NELLE MARRION ORR, B.A., CCHARLOTTE, N. CJ Historian Senior Class: Member of Annual Staff. ADELAIDE LE F EVRE, B.A., fCAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, PENNJ First Critic of Diatelean Literary Society, CO4-,OSD 5 Treasurer Diatelean Liter- ary Society, U03-,045 5 Member of Cotillion Club, Annual Staff. ELIZABETH CARGILE, CMORGANFIELD, KYJ Vice-President Class, CO3-,O4jQ President of Euchrestian Literary Society, C'o4-'o5jg Treasurer Enchrestian Literary Society, C02-'oglg First Critic Euchrestian Literary Society, CO3-,045 9 Member of College Chorus, College Choral Society, Cotillion Club, "State of Single Blessedness" Club, Annual Staff. SARA JEAN OUSLEY, QQUSLEY, S. CJ Censor of Diatelean Literary Society, CO4-,OSJQ Vice-President Y. W. C. A., CO4-,OSDQ President of Class, CO3-,O4DQ Member of South Carolina Club, Missionary Society, College Chorus, College Choral Society, Annual Staff. ELLA ISABEL HYAMS, , CCHARLESTON, S. CJ President of South Carolina Clubg First Critic Euchrestian Literary Society, C03-'o4jg First Critic Euchrestian Literary Society, f'o4-'o5jg Member of College Chorus, College Choral Society, Cotillion Club, Annual Staff. ELIZABETHAN 33 Eizinrg uf 0112155 nf 'IIE tm: :eva uw: x H' X 'i X 4 N I xy gf' 1 r sv 7 M69 VERY THING fashioned by the hand of the Creator has a history. Some histories are more interesting than others. The history of the Class of '05 is not intended, and I can safely say was never predestined, to be a great work of the age. When we Were Freshmen we hardly knew enough to make a history, and this may in some Way be accounted for by our smallness in numbers. Nothing very striking happened in our Sophomore year, but our Junior year was fated to be the most eventful of all the years in our college course. Nevertheless We had now come to the place Where We could look down on the Fresh and feel ourselves vastly above the Sophs, and so many things of interest might be noted for our Junior year, but since we have attained to the dignity of Seniors we do not like to recall the time when we were other- wise. This year has of course been the best of the four, and were it not for our excess of work we might have some little pleasure, but every time we have a little time to rest a test is most unmercifully sprung on us, and we either have to sit up till the " wee sma' H hours poring over our books or make dead Hunk. When we leave old Betsy we are sure that we will ever look back with regret as We think of the fun we might have had if We had only had time. NELLE. ORR, l-listorian. ELIZABETHAN Ullman linrm In the thousand misty mem'ries, Countless legions of the past Ever gliding through my fancy With soft, tripping feet, and fast, Eight dim figures ever haunt me, Ever scorn me, ever taunt me. For in some dark hour of madness In a blind hallucination Did the muse of poets tempt me To indulge in divinationg And the tales I told the eight Brought to me this mournful fate. "For," said I, "I see the future Of this class, so good and true, But the Fates have not designed it As has each one of you." And I told this wicked story, To the downfall of my glory. To this tall and stately goddess With fair, auburn-tinted locks Shall be given a mate so dumpy That her graceful height he mocksg And the world shall laugh on seeing them So far shall she o'ershadow him. "This demure and modest girlie Who has vowed with words so vain That no gay, deceiving lover Shall her heart and hand e'er gain, Shall take the first that wooes her As soon as e'er he'l1 choose her. ELIZABETHAN And our two Soprano singers Who might set the world aflame Shall banish all ambition In the changing of a name. So the world will lose two stars, And two men will be the cause. And our gay Kentucky song-bird, Whohas wounded many a heart By the snares within those dimples And the magic of that art, Shall be left a lonely spinster For she's turned Dan Cupid against her. The slim and slender maiden Who counts by scores her "friends," For her gay and giddy girlhood Shall in future make amendsg She'll bring comfort to her parents, Not those "friends," would-be aspirants. The girl who's now a favorite Of the great and mighty Zehm, Who, by mastering the organ, Hopes to gain immortal fame, Shall fulfill her place in life As a country preacher's wife. And that miserable class poet CAS no doubt you've all discovered, If you've read her brilliant poem And sufficiently recoveredb Will be a hopeless case Whateier may be her place." -Class Poet 36 ELJZABE THAN 0112155 nf 'IIE Motto:-Rowing, not drifting. Colors :-Orange and Black. Yell :-Hickety! Riclcety! Rah! Rah! Rix! Hocum! Slocum ! Nineteen-Six! 011555 CEiiirm'5 President: Hannah Baird Vice-President and Historian: Abbie Henkel Secretary and Class Poet: Pearle Rudisill Q'Lla55 llnll Treasurer : Leila Hafner Hannah Baird Myrtle Smyre Pearle Rudisill Leila Hafner Abbie Henkel NHf SSVTD HO , 7 -'I " 1 A I N N- wi, 'fix vu.. 14 O 'Stk' N 6 - Q ar ig A 94? , 1'4 'H A' f M,1EBA'?M, M .n w 1 0 Yr 1 .. NV1' 1 ,x.,l1 IN-W 5 1 w, ,-., ,.1, W A.: . .", ,X '- ' ,N sv' vw . ,, , .X 4 . . . ' X' ' My H ,QV-,...,u , ,L , , , - ,-.. . w -, W , X ABU nm. 'N , T. H4-I N k rw ,, 4 Q . . 1 , w , ' " H.. x - x ' ' W M P ' ' ' 1, ,H 1' - , N - 1. 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"Q: M: "'., mural. W5 v mmm!! . .N ,V J, W -y 'v, ,f , ' ' ' ' ' ""',:' wi- ' X X' H . V " . Q Y . ,. N rw Hag MN M ,: W X' ,X , X. .X 3 , ",, , 1 N , , ' -.' ' " . 1' ' W . 1 , H ' ' 4,45 '12, , g.g,.:,', , H., g., N wl M. , QWXQ '-,i'nig.A A X , 'Q ig! L 1'.1!.,'21-' Q ,I , "Tun-.'.' , , , ,N 1 U M Tn, ', Y ' I 'H-" , N , , . N ,, , W ' X my X w X H ..!' ,, Ml xl, , 1-ww , , ,.: X J 1' . .ml .FBWU fb' 1 x , ,.. jf- Y., ...,......... ' fb .H - ,':.-,-pq. " ' 'N x- ,.'H,!f.fxIf, X-mf! 1, ' UNM W., 1' 1 -1 J .If , muh, W. r, .N A 3 1 em f, ' N 'lik ff? P 'ln V'4 ,". ' 'I -1 fu ' , F ' -,'.,LQ' 'TW' w 1 4, 1- , , 1 , , X-4-. " .n U. 'lf f PM-,.f' 1-,., ' " , ' ' , H H 4. 4. " A' ". Us . .,." .... ,H u .. .. .X Y ...Emil ELIZABETHAN 39 Miztnrg nf Zluninr 0112155 HRV 397 5? Silk xl Q! HE .HISTURY of the Junior Class will necessarily x Q? . f 55 f be short, as this important class was organized only N this year. But the fact that we have just lately organ- ized makes us feel more important than if we had gone 'B A1 ' , through the trials and hardships that Freshmen and Sophomores always have to undergo. There are five of us, and what we don't know isn't worth knowing, and if we're given a fair chance our class will eclipse not only the class of '05 but all the classes that have gone out from the institution. None of our class are especially noted for literary achievements, and there- fore none of us will be goggle-eyed school marms, but on the contrary we will fill the air with harmonious sounds, for all five of us are worshippers at the shrine of music. Three of our number are from the "Old North State," one from South Carolina, and one from the "Qld Dominion." We feel sure that some day these three States will have cause to feel proud of these, their daughters, whose names will be on the roll of fame. Some have already distinguished themselves, for look at Hannah, whose name appears on the programme of every Students' Recital! The music-loving public have learned to appreciate her, and at every performance she is hailed with delight. Myrtle is known everywhere on account of her sweet voice which brings back fond memories of childhood. She is rather quiet, but wherever she is you may look out for a "Rowe" Leila, our violinist, is noted for her sensitiveness. Her favorite topic of conversation is "Sister," and her favorite expression is "I was raised tenderly at home." 40 ELIZABETHAN Pearle, our composer, has a great knowledge of Sonatas and Fuges. She is by far the weightiest member of the class-not intellectually exactly, but physically. Perhaps some day she may rival the other members of the class in intellect if she continues to ask questions at the present rate. Abbie, the smallest member of the class, has distinguished herself by never knowing her music lesson, and by her inability to learn Theory. She is very proud of being a Senior Special in the literary course, and does not fail to mention it at every class meeting. All the class have the same ambition, and aim at a life of melody and harmony. , ln conclusion we may say that the effect of the music course is worthy of note. Some have lost Heshg some have lost hair, all have gained knowledge, but all are tired, and the burden of our song is, p "We're tired, so very tired, Practice seems to tire naughty six, We're tired, so very tired, Weire so awfully, awfully T-i-r-e-d !" -A. l-lenkel, Historian. M EL1zABE7'H,4N Qllama Sung We are, we are, a very gay crowd, This class of nineteen six. Of our Class's record we're very proud, And though we're few you'1l find us loud And not by anybody cowed, The class of nineteen six. CHORUS. Juniors, Juniors, Tra, la, la, Juniors, Juniors, six we are! Hurrah for Betsy, Rah, Rah, Rah! Hurrah for Juniors, Ha! Ha! Ha! Our days we spend in "Harmony," The class of nineteen six. No other class can say as much, No other class can our class touch, We like to tell you we're "none suchf, The class of nineteen six.-Chorus. Then here's to our dear old class, The class of nineteen six, For Betsy's sake, here we'll wait, VVe'll stay until we graduate, And then we'll leave her to her fate Without her nineteen six.-Chorus. I B5 if , f ldv X ELIZABETI-IAN Sgffylf WW ,gf 1 11,11 -L :im JC pi J. ,Ll 1. J- . I 4 T 'T , . 1' 'f' m waQ+f Li 4 'wx J T T' " L ' ' ' E,-29.1 QQ: : T TI iT, E --:f:::i:::: - f f J Y V 5144. 1 4 1 A 1 ' 13 S ff f f 5 ? ? ?' f Th f Am.. 5 .Q , 1 l -5.2 4 4 A gf eg 1 4 i it Y 5,15 ' Y f ' I L Y f ' I' " V x' I Q J 5 I . I lv Aj - - v 1- f f-. f 5 V ' ri Ti lil .4 si 1 L H-5 fir U-y -ff' A" 4 T 5 I 1 J.H. limi ,J , VJ V .- Q .1 E fp 5 - in ,L l' il -2- '1 -4- LJ J Lf if Mg Y' I f I 1,5 ' Lg 'y A F 'f dvd!! 3 FF! f! 3 ' ' ' - ii AEQ ' F f f 'f -,.: "':E -f .f Y I fi , , 'tg V' 'I ,bf eff rw--iff 4 'I f 1 1 J- .L 1 1 .L l L S T'- . f ' ? - ' . 1 ' f: 'fr 1 fy I f - F,-f gif QWL, RWM? ELIZABETHAN A JUNIOR ON VACATION ,U 1, n P v 1. xf. 1 M: if 1, x n A . 1 .4 .4117 "2 """ ' , -:L , , I 4 ou- -.1-. ,. 'f .' .Z '. ' 1 J ,J 'Wm 5' ,, , .l.1',1' .4 .. W r i ,- 'a ff - ,k .,f,I , 'V r ' ,'v ,r .- ,J A ' " 4.1! , . w, :-' V fx,"-S ',',. '- 4-.L -.,, ,- . , - 'H . 1 92:1 .H Lu , . " 1 - ,, GQ 4 .,!- JL. g,i:.'+'g -"'.. gn '. 4 ' 4... my ' mf- Q'f ' '. wx 5. , ' ,, ' .A 5 ' ,. 'zf' ' 1. .' V xr' , 'A -U F-1 1, -' 'lt P' aw... , ..- ,xx-.A fi' ' , ' -- 4'-L ii , f I 1 L f , V 'f h V 1 L. 0 a A, 1-a w J, 1 5 , x ,1,, Q V 'vi ' .+,.,' I . ., 4,4 aw ,'?- 'A' . 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' :Quill ELIZABE THAN 47 Qllewn nf 'H7 Motto :-"To strive, to seek, to fmd and not to yield." Colors :-Light Blue and White. Emblem :-Four-leaf Clover. Yell :-"Rah! Rah! Rah! for nineteen-seven, We're the class that's bound for heaven. Rah! rah! rah! for the class that soar, Hurrah! hurrah! for the great big Four." fbfurvra President: Joyce Decker Vice-President: Marie Yeager Secretary: Emma Boyle Treasurer: Agnes Phiffer ELIZABETHAN Qllaua Sung V Four College maids gathered around, Gathered to choose their officers fair, ' At duty and pleasure's call. A Slips of paper on the white bed were laid, ' And so they choose in a triceg By this plan Joyce was P7'6'.Yidf?71f made, And Marie the charming Vice. And they were Sophomores allg Emma the skilled SL'l'7'CfG7'y became, And Agues the T1'easu1'e1' fairg These officers embraced the entire class, What more did they need or care? We are the brilliant Sophomore team, We are the "Blooming Four," Seeking, striving, but never to yield, This is our motto sure. Close to our hearts "Alma Materv lies, 'Dear are our college-mates all, Freely we share every duty and joy, I X Rah, rah, rah! for nineteen seven, l We're the class that's bound for heaven Rah, rah! for the class that soar, Hurrah, hurrah! for the great big Four. a Ti-- -S - - Enlivening our College Hall. CIN fisi. ELIZABETHAN 49 Eistnrg nf 0112155 nf 'H7 .-1... sgggeifssfeasrs uggg s yi 'ia Q,-ff X Zi 5 5 Elizabeth in the year l903. In their career as Fresh- '7I5g,v".. . H t V, . , EQ? A is W , r i is men there was little that happened which was worthy ' E o note I-IIS CLASS of seven first made its appearance at S-,X IQ5 f ji BAC M At an early date the class was organized and officers were elected. Class meetings were frequent, and things went on smoothly until time for examinations approached. But then, the excitement, the terror of the poor Freshmen! For these were their first examinations at Elizabeth. After a hard year's work the second term finally came to a close, and now inexpressibly glad were the Class of '07 that they would come no more to Elizabeth as Freshmen. Thus when vacation was over and we must once again return, we were somewhat reconciled to begin work again, for were we not to be "high and mighty Sophs?" What more could we wish? When we organized our class, we found that only two of its members had returned to take full course. Others had returned, 'tis true, but not to be ranked with the regular Sophs, for they wished to drop some of the studies. And now perhaps you will not be sur- prised when I tell you that there are only four of us. But it is quality and not quantity that counts with us. Speaking of the small size of our class recalls the way in which the offices were filled. Unforttmately at the time for election of officers one of our mem- bers was unable to be present, therefore we were obliged to proceed Without her. I suppose it is needless to say that we had not proceeded far before a very perplexing question confronted us, and that was how we should elect these officers. After thinking for some time how this might be accomplished we finally decided to write the name of each office on a piece of paper and then draw. Thus, we elected ourselves. 50 ELIZABETHAN A Another thing about the Sophs is that we have been most fortunate in skipping English class, for Miss I-I. has several times failed to hear the bell. What she was thinking of that she did not hear it I do not knowg but, at all events, her thoughts were of something besides English. We stole very quietly from room 31 so that no one's suspicions would be arousedg some of us very unwisely went to the Library Where Miss G. was seated. She found out in some mysterious way what had happened and Went at once to inform Miss I-le. that the bell had rung. Miss I-I., being apprised of this fact, came immediately to the Library and bringing together such of the class as she could find had the recitation. Well, experience is the best teacher, and I will say right now that if We ever again have the chance of skipping class, the teachers will not be likely to find us in the library. I wish I were a prophetess that I might relate here the history for the next two years, but as this is not the case I suppose I have come to the conclusion of the history of the first two years of the class of '07. MARIE YEAGER, Historian. why ,i1:llllll lllllUli.. 3 .my Q , ,' s Y,,.:'i1lllIIlh.. ,.rM,WW, g I R 166311 'Z if-has lid Q W X I WHIJIIMIIMW X .ff S S " W -fa S, ' Q ff' f. a 4 4 '. 5 'N ' 4 15. 2 5 Q , , ?i 5 E I ' I .Q 9 f' rv' E 7, 7? I Iiffg-at . Q' S 4' f "'f?':f23:i5"' 'F 'XV' -,,, ,7 ' li ml" --sm 'll I. 5 . U -xg 4,, -'Val VX- ' " lllllii ..n i I -t' " D NVIAIHSHHQI SS r....wWW,n, M U .., U' --' -1- -go Y v I . . V Vf ,7SL5V",i4'f 'V: V t f 'W' Q Q I ' V' L4-7"3 m, V K V! f A g 4 " " ' ' " ' ' , 3, I if .f f 1 ' ' 51, 11 ' ' ' iff!! 4, ' Q xx, -4, 1 V ,fy ' f -. , f fff 9 'V Q. ' ' V 3 ' V llldjfw ' 2- I V 'W '-1 ' ' ' ' A ' ' M fm2,:,Vff I 3 r 4 I. 1 1 l NX A .fx xt X, A-qpfffww-V,,.,, ' If .V 7 gl W- V J , " 7 N M J 4 4 I A K3 I I 2" " ,, V- , .. Q, , I, , 5 ' if ., 5 V V ' mf -4ZVf,'g,,,,, V Ae P b - I .fwlfrl f - i cf 4 w V - A, 44 V -.. Vmgjm ,'4.V V ' ' " ' ' ' -X a V. ,. ,, H, I 1 f , Q j V N..Qx . A - "'- :..,,gg?12f- , 'Q 6 Z ' 1? if m ' A' 2 V A k A 9 a ff, u . 4. V 5 .L , V ff' V ' .I 1' 3 .V ,-f X 1 4 ' 'I --U A ' J - 1 4 0' ,V ' " 1 f , , 9. -N.. .,--'Z ? ,-,V V I . Q V1 V 'kwiizi A n 4 llgy . f I 4 I -N 4 1 r X 0 V B 7 ' F A .. I -j vs - ,vq ' M -'f ""-Ti-'NH---V -A S! :Q Q , ,Y Y Nz. 1 Q O X , 5,5 3 1 1 ,'ru N - , i..'...A . .f . im. -Ni .U .A -v f 'L --" -'gf' . .. .flr-. 4 f A w - n ,,. , ., w ,hr ki. ,-, 3 A 1 4 4 ' , ' 1 , A 1, S ' 1 Q' ' rl .- 1, 1 ,ft ,, A X ". .1-,J gf ,.l'1l, .M I 5. 'A 1 A V .T gv A ulfu : ,J in , lht ELIZABETHAN Hrvzhman 0112155 Obiiirrrn President : Mamie McCann Vice-President: Vera Mauney Secretary: Fannie Louise Neal Treasurer: Eva Covington Historian: Emma Brower Colors :-Garnet and Gold. Flower :-Chrysanthemum. Yell :-Ching! ching! hi! hi! ho! ho! hum! We! we! wo! wo! wum! wum! wum! Rye! rye! sting! sting! bum! bum! bum! Oh you, oh you, oh you wait! Seniors, Seniors, in l908! iillnmhrrn. Clara Carpenter Rena Austen Eva Covington Mary Matthews Mamie lV!cCann Eclyth Miller Annie Lou Byrd Lottie Wyse Franke Folk Vera Mauney Eugenia Burns Willie Young Bessie Bryant Emma Brower Amy Edwards Fannie L. Neal 53 I 1 1 x 4 I 1 4F32tfi1'HdHQf.!uaLu lr I w-' , A: . .lf .. E. Ain a M ,. g ll 5-., I A Q , w ' 5, ,gui 1 X 1 W 1 1 J 1 1 'iv 1" - .U .,- Q .'y ,... , -A Y '-.VN 'Cx f' ' N , ml, ,Q . n- 1 r' N", - ' .- , .- ,, . 1 - , . ,qu fly ' ELIZABETHAN 55 lqiainrg nf Zltrenhmatn 0112155 X gg FTER MANY SAD fairwels to our homefolks and Z4 X ff best bows we got here to Elizabeth last year and lst X W LQ? impressions wuz that Elizabeth was a great big brick of gurls standin round starin at us and wonderin who Sf? rf! T I A A A 'A X V 4 A. house sittin in a bi ard with lots of trees and lots Q fs y . we wuz anyway. we liked it pretty wel after we got ust to havin cow every day fur breakfas and hearin about forty-leben peanos in the music house all goin at onct. we passed a very peacefull exystence untill the seniors tuk notice of us. they had us on the stage in the chapel doin stunts for the edyfurcations of the teachers and other gurls and themselves. we done pretty wel special Frankie and Annie Lou who together sung beautiful. we ain't done nothin special wonderful yet but we're gettin more destingished every day. and as they ain't none of us been discharged yet we are sure we will be the bestest ever seen at Elizabeth. PATTY c1cERo ANNIE Lou JEAN FRANKIE FATTY LASSES BUSTER DIMPLES cooN wHo BABY ITABUS sis WILLIE SEPULCHRITUDE ELIZABETI-IAN Qllami Qlhararivriatira I care for nobody no not I Franke Folk And most divinely fair Mainze McCann Make not such extravagant statements And thou wilt be more believed Annie Lon Byrd Rare compound of fidelity, frolic and fun, 'Who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun." A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, -Rena Austin. On her Cheek Blushes the richness of an autumn sky, With ever shifting beauty." -Eva Covington. "My tongue within my lips I rein, For who talks must talk in vain." -Eugenia Burns. "To be, contents her natural desires- X I " I ' She asks no angel's wing, no seraph's fire." ' -Emma Brower. Q-3 A "Who broke no promise, served no private end, Who gained no title, and who lost no friend." -Bessie Bryant. "She sports a Witching gown, With a ruffle up and down On the skirtg She is gentle, but not shy, And there's mischief in her eye- Sl1e's a flirt." -Amy Edwards. I ELIZABETI-IAN A dinky pair of glasses On a dinkly little nose Adds to her look of culture And statuesque repose." -Clara Carpenter. When she sings Soon she brings A " Listeners from every cotg Pensive swains All their sorrows are forgot." I 1 -Edyth Miller. i' ' I . Her eyes are stars of Twilight fairg ' Like Twilight's, too, her dusky hairg ii? Hush their strains- ,H X But all things else about her drawn From Maytime and the cheerful Dawng A dancing Shape, an Image gay, To haunt, to startle and waylayf' -Fannie L. Neal. "De pootiest Fraulein in de house, She vayed 'bout dwo hoondred pounds- Und every dime she gife a shump She make de viudow sound." -.Mary Mattliews. sa If as her size increases, are womanls charms decreased, Then surely it is good to be from all the great released." -lVilIie Yomzg. E "There's naught can be compared to her throughout Eff - wide creationg c She is a paradise on earth-our greatest consolatioug So cheerful, gay, and happy, so free from all vexation: i In fine, she's better in the proof than in anticipation." -Lottie lfVyse. "And as within the little rose you Find the richest dyes, And in a little grain of gold much price and value lies, And from a little balsam much odor doth arise- So in a little woman there's a taste of paradise." -Vera Mau1zey. .1 A A.. iv w JV. , A, . V. 5-YQ., ,gs I. iff -f yn' ,".':. ,f' ' vi f"7 ' : 44 4 ,- , N V 1 ww V. -, .,,. 9 , -.. lV' jf-4 ' H-1-FP: .7 , 1 N . N' .. H .QQ . .- ' 'A-' wr.-' r' vu X ""f.w --.-.av 4 f -.I,., .- .:.., 1 ' 4, . -. . Vx , - , J A w '. Am f'.f7'. 'EY 44 .I F W1-5: ,M Q. ,z-, , . rw!- 9 , , gx' nw' 1 4. ' 1 " ':. , ,x-.lvr , w ,. 1. 1 .'. w 1-.. .4 -' r. 3 ",:,. -, f ' ff!-r-e'r,9 1 Mgr , 1 ., . V 'S . , j'.3J4'wV.'5,.".Q. .. .,,,f'1.4.J. x . . -'-W1 .. .1 v'.,,..AV .I :..'. A- ff .,.,. . . " Q, ' " ' ' . rw- W, w f-4.x ' . X k Wie, in . - Y .-, L ,All , -. 3. ,.. -X . .W 4 4: , 'M - Q31 , .f,,-,F S.LNEICIfl.LS 'IVIDEICIS i I K , , , ff- "'1gu'l:f5 'Y ! A ' 1 1 ! 4-J., ' ,nf- -, I fl ,,V,.7 ,.,Lm,, I, N ,,,3,,5?.:5-,,,. Lf,V:?.l.a-:M 2. 55452 "' , , 3931 , 1 ,,,.f ...g Q ,Q , ..,--- ,, , jf' 'iwdfliff Z S H.. 1 ' v ...W-'- i 4, ,,, 5 1 n ,mf s 'fi I vw- 'J ' "Lx 1.4 u ,XX , 1 'S , , " -3 ' r - ks - : .4 - ., 4 ,P 1 I 4' "' f b "I,'.',-in, A - '. " THJ . , "1--f' -'I "'rxF. .-I.'1' '- 1 '-' Q.. . " - X ' ,, H v X -44. X. :ttf ,lrviib-1 XMXX.. 1 XML' I XX. . 3.-XX X! W kw.. X, SXX Q 1 W . iff ff' 'fr . w , ,1 ' N N ' ' v ' fl: Ji- -' - :"'ff'f.,?-'5l"" 7.4 3 ' l-' ff! .I , XX , Y - j1y'.X11'.f 1 -' 9 'X .-1, mp: 1.1. X: I -:.f43ef.u was .U I x ' X -1 ' . f 1' y. 1 X f- V XX ' I 1 X X ., . 2 . A ,, X, -X X XX w :QXXX .X X h x .. ' ' ' ' ' ., .-' 4 -A S.. V ' 1 'L' Jw ' '- ',, . r A-F -w 1 :Wy ighzl- . X - W X n. . , L X l D 4 'f 1 ' , , ' " I X ,,.,' Q.-3,,XXf' ' L ' " 'Hn I -X XV .. X . vf ,. 1' I - . ,An .. A . ' A X Aff- , . -T' v , ' A . , , X . I , 4 . Q - Q , 1 n -Z f 1 X - f , . x v j , 45,4 . ,B ,.-XX-XZ"-If , .,5X.XfX X . X m K , - x lr J r, Nif v . , I f ua' " " ' X vm ' . f ' I ki .X f'..0-iv . .- , C v v me n .'. '01 .-.'.' N " n ', 1 1,1 C ff 4 L ...,, X. W 1 H '. A P " ."i',. 1 y . g T I ,I " Oo L ELIZABETHAN Svvninr Svpvriala Anna Dotger ------ Charlotte, N Postgraduate in German and English. Mary Spencer Anderson ---- Charlotte, N Certificates in English, History, and Moral Science. Abbie Henkel - - - ' - Charlotte, N. C Certificates in English and French. Katie Gieschen - - - - - Wilmington, N Certificates in German and History. Mary E. Miller ----- Statesville, N. Certificates in Mathematics and English. ,A I t 'gon tl r s 3 " r X 62 ELIZABETHAN Zluninr Svpvrialz President : Lena Spinks .Tl- Vice-President: Helen Rhyne Secretary and Treasurer: Bryte Baker Helen Rhyne "Better late than never Bryte Baker "I know a maiden fair to see- Beware! Take care!" Lena Spinks "I will not budge an inch-I will be heard." Colors :-Violet and Motto Nile Green. Flower :-Double Violet. :-"Be good and you'll be happy." All t QSM, V- 5 hgh SIL -Q1 jg- .13 f- -K " i X GEF' X .M 4235 f ELIZABETHAN 63 Qintnrg nf fduninr Svpvrialn YM' ffa' 3 5.!Q.!? 's Z X pf Z4 ax! W 3 , gg , f .1' 3 tion for success. Hope for present misfortunes. she represents, Bryte. The most-envied quality, Charity, is awarded Helen-probably it is these charitable deeds that she while We sit waiting for her a quarter of an hour at each class. F NOT IN NUMBER, then surely in ability, we Junior Specials surpass all other Elizabethan classes. These illustrious members have gained the titles of the three cardinal virtues: Faith, Hope, and Charity. Faith, or, as we know her, Lena, deserves her name from the fact that she invariably depends on inspira- dwells in bright visions of fixture success, caring little I-ler name bears with all that constitutes the virtue unanimously is performing But her inno- cent smiles instantly win her pardon. It is in the realm of Art in which we achieve greatness, for "Work wields the weapon of power, wins the laurels of success, and wears ' 99 victory. the palms of In the dim and shadowy future we behold our Helen-a successful rival of Paderewsl-ri. English is Lena's forteg whether she will develop into a philosopher, novelist, or a weaver of comic rhyme, is uncertain, but We are confident that she will distinguish herself along this line. Vve patiently await her masterpiece. Sarah Bernhardt's rival is forthcoming in Bryte Baker--we see her in years to come on the stage holding thousands of listeners in breathless interest. But dwelling in the bright future takes away the zest of our present college life. Our names are not only familiar ones among the Faculty, but the Admin- 64 ELIZABETI-IAN istration Board would be at a loss without us. Our philosophy resembles Riley's: "ln fact, to speak in earnest, l believe it adds a charm To spice the good a trifle With a little dust of harm." Sufficient it is to say, we are all prominent members of that illustrious organization known as the "Repremancl Club." To our future biographers We leave the conclusion of the history of this most wonderful of classes-Junior Specials. LENA SPINKS, Historian. X Lg-J' ELJZABETHAN 65 Svnphnmnrv Svpvrialz Motto :--Excelsior. Colors :-White and Gold. Flower :-Daisy. Song:-Sweet Bunch of Daisies. Yell:-Rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, ree! Sophomore Specials, donit you see? Class of nineteen-seven are we, Greatest Class of old E. C. President: Clara Louise Voigt Qbilirerri Vice-President: Hannah Virginia Craydon Secretary: Zelia Clare Corriher Lula l-lahenicht Treasurer: Georgia Ethel Crockett illilrmhrra Sarah Hoffman Ruth Snyder ' e 4 1 I , H "Y 4. 5, I? X If fr A ff 2 Wu . 1,4-1:-r .levi Wi' -Q 1 n ,l 'jf .. A V.. ' 'Q ,, , +A., , 1- V' , , v' 4 . wsu, . v ".-1. 411.1 .- XE , . J. ,- 4r Z' .J" . f 'f ELIZABETHAN 67 Gilman Mintnrg nf Svnphnmnrie Svpvriala Ml' xk sf Xl X A N XV xl A 45 OPHOMORES, SOPI-IOIVIORES, at last! No more hazing and exclamations cf 'There goes poor little Freshiel' 'i Such was the first thought that entered the mind of seven happy girls on their return to the halls of old E.. C., September, l904. How proud we were to think that in a few weeks we should be clearing away the mists enshrouding "Tug," Zoology and many more sub- jects! We were full of enthusiasm to start the new year's work. We felt at that moment as if we could conquer the world. But before long we began to tire of the logarithms and the "Echinoder- matosf' We began to doubt whether there was, after all, so much glory in mastering these subjects. Compared to the hard work which was the only means to perfection, it seemed very petty, indeed. Then how we feared the "exams!" I-low, early in the morning, would a group of Sophomore Specials, draped in comforts and counterpanes, their hair in "l..ovey Mary" style, assemble under the hallway light! For you must know that they were noted OD for their studiousness. But had you seen them a few hours later, you would hardly have inferred itg when with downcast eyes and deep sighs they slowly filed out of their class-room. Nor at the end of the year did we seem aught but a very ordinary class, to outward appearance. But lest you should form too low an estimate of us, we desire to say that there are exceptions to every rule. We were asked to write our history, but when we began to think of our career as a class, we found that there was little of moment that had happened to us. One fact, however, we wish to mention, we are all members of the 68 ELIZABETHAN same Literary Society, the Diatelian. Naturally we are very proud of our Society and glad to be able to number ourselves among its members. We might also add that we were permitted to assist the Seniors and regular Sophomores in hazing the Freshmen. Although we enjoyed this very much, yet our hearts went out with sympathy to the little darlings "who were being so shamefully treated." We knew how hard it must be, even though the Seniors had been kind enough, the previous year, to leave us, the little Freshmen, in peace. How- ever, our "victims" behaved as they should before their higher classmen. They meekly did what they were told, and were then sent off to bed. Such are the chief points in our history. ln the eyes of the world, we may seem a very ordinary classg yet, we are ready to affirm that there is not a student in the College who takes more pride in her class than do the Seven of Naughty-seven. Two chapters of our history are complete. Many blank pages still re- main. But if you look again at the close of two years we trust you will find them all filled with the bright annals of l906 and l907. CLARA VOIGT, Historian. X 'U Lg 4 NEFF? OOEWHBMW :wing m bmw Gmc WOT? 0 WOOHMMHH mwmwm-in QHWOHZTV OWPMJUOZ Ocmwmm pci' FQMEOEI mins? gin 202352 YQQEBW wCHE wZ4Umm OFPWP COHQH med no K: Hsggwgm Wigs: zona wg MFEEBW USOQDQ Ewa Eoin Ac Coon ggoiaos HEOHA A3 rm: Qwmzzw Digg QV Hageman M1-:NPI-I-m'1-JOM OGSBQOD HHQO,-mg mg:-N 95550: :G-asm 830056 HO N2 :NEO 5 8 :Bm Hang Magnum AWEBW W gg: ppggm gg HAEEW Sa Hgwgm Noaimgm OF 35 EOF-wzm N UOBWO50 W2 Oi no :msg mn ga gg: OF good W: OO 3 Egan: DQWISENN HVOHMOOHQ multi! 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ZEHM, Director HANNAH BAIRD BRYTE BAKER BESSIE BRYANT ELIZABETH CARGILE LAURA DARROCH ANNA DOTGER FREDA DOTOER OLA DUKATE JESSIE GRAINGER MARGARET GREEVER HELEN HEATH SARAH HOFFIMIAN IRMA HUNT ELLA I. HYAMS CHARLIE JEFFORDS CAROLINE E. LIZINBACH MARY MCDOUOALL SALLIE J. OUSLEY GERTRUDE PICARD MAMIE K. RICHARDSON ESSIE RUDISILL PEARLE RUDISILL NIYRTLE SMYRE RUTH SNYDER MARY SPENCER BLANCHE NANNETTE WILLIAMS WILLIAM BLACKWELDER P. ANDERSON DICKEY E. C. FRANK W. L, JENKINS G. H. NEWCOMB W. C. REID C. M. SETZER T. H. TATUM F. L. TALBERT E. P. TINGLEY HENRY THEILINU A. R. VVILLMANN JESSE C. WATSON ELIZABETHAN MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS NIISS M155 MISS MISS MISS M155 MISS MISS MISS MISS Gln-iEhn in illllunir Glnnrzv Gbrgan ' FREDIERIC DE GOLYER J. HENRY THEILING Ziiaun D. AMATI RICHARDSON Hinlin CHARLES BANKS KING CUYLER CHALMERS Sight-Singing Qllaum I6 MISS CARGILE, Instructor AMY EDWARD IESSIE GRAINGER HELEN HEATH CLARA CARPENTER SARAH HOFFMAN MAUD SIGMAN EDITH MILLER MARY SPENCER FANNIE LOUISE NEAL MARION LITTLE MARY BROWN JAMIE SMITH ANNIE ROGERS EVA COVINGTON ANNIE MILLER DIGOS A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 H1155 A4155 AJISS A4155 A4155 A4155 A4155 ANNIE LOU BYRD FRANKE FOLK EMMA BOYLE MARY KING ANNAM1 HEDOES BERTA MOSS BRYTE RUDISELLE LOTTIE WYSE VERA MAUNEY OLA DUKATE JULIA RINCK OUIDA COLBERT DAISY BRYANT MYRTLE SMYRE CLARA LOCKHART ELIZABETHAN h4ISS 34155 H4155 H4155 BQISS BQISS BAISS h4ISS BAISS BAISS BAISS BEISS LHISS Sight-Swinging Gllmm A MISS OUSLEY, Instructor GERTRUDE PICARD CHARLIE JEFEORDS PAULINE WILSON I-IANNAH BAIRD BESSIE BRYANT MARY MILLER JULIA HABENICHT ZELIA CORRIHER ABBIE HENKEL KATE GIESCIIEN LENA SPINKS HELEN RHYNE JOYCE DECIIER MISS GRACE SCIIAEEEER A4155 BQISS h4ISS H4155 BIISS BAISS BQISS 34155 A4153 BAISS H4155 BAISS 34155 NIAMIE MCCANN EMMA BROWER MAYE DUNLAP CLARA VOIGHT BRYTE BAKER GEORGIE CROCKETT VIRGINIA GRAYDON PEARL RUDISILL ESSIE RUDISILL LELIA HAFNER LAURA DARROCH JEANNETTE MCDOUGALL RUTH SNYDER ELIZABETI-IAN 77 A TI-22? 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I. 1' " ' Q '. . . , 1 'M ,X Q- I . ,I , vp , ' -' - ' ., .r A . 4 1, 4- , v w, 5 . .. '. ' V I . ' I 1 ' jfli: I r I W . I 4 , - 1 ", 'Jn ' ..- f N - .QEVI I , 444-2 , ., , ,- .- ' ..fI.1L"'.E,3"'1 '44 .II - f' f..'.g ',. I . .f - .. .,, - me ' LI , 'if . . I 4 Q' 1. J '- I '- 'Lf ' ' , ' 5 I. , . I . . ' ' SH-H - . . . ., 1 t' V . .'-r I II.. .4,-..I.I .,4 ,I I. .". -. 1 ' , '. - f xy - ' ,I I 4. 1' 4-x". ,I A I ' Z 4 N I .II I ,. A' '. if' .'I. I '1'jg,.jE. 4, v 'g1-g- ' . ' ff. ................ ----.f,---- ' - g.'LA,'u,-.L ELIZABETHAN 81 Efhn Srhnnl nf 7 xprwzninn BLANCHE NANNETTE WILLIAMS q 'fgaclzef' ANNE HOYE BISHOP MARY A. BROWN MARY ELIZABETH KING MINNIE BRYTE BAKER EMMA CRIMORA BROWER RENA .AUSTIN LULA CHRISTINE HABENICHT MARGARET HILTON ERWIN THE STUDENTS OF THE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION OF ELIZABETH COLLEGE WILL GIVE A +-'RECITAL-' In the College Chapel, December IO, l904 PROGRAM AULD LICHT IDYLS ..... .......................... .... J . M. Barrie ANNE HOYE BISHOP THEM OXEN .............. ........................ .... . . Alice Raymond MARY A. BROWN THE INEVITABLE BOY ....,.... .. .................... ...... ..... B z crdelte MARY ELIZABETH KING THE RIVALS .......... . ........................... .... I 1. G1'ef'1zo1zglz Smith MINNIE BRYT1: BAKER PAPA AND THE BOY ...................... ............ ..... H . J. Harbouf' EMMA CRIMORA BROWER TRAVELING IN COMFORT ........................... .... P auline Phelps RENA AUSTIN MRS. GREYBACK GOES TO THE PLAY .................... Ralph Bumzm' LULA CHRISTINE HABENICHT 82 ELIZABETI-IAN THE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION OF ELIZABETH COLLEGE PRESENTS TI-IE MOU E-TRAP MRS. SOMERS.. MRS. ROBERTS JANE .............. MRS. CURMEN. MRS. BEMIS .... MRS. MILLER.. A Farcial Comedy, by Wm. Dean Howells Monday Evening, 8:30, January 30, 1905 CAST OF CHARACTERS MINNIE BRYTE BAKER .LULA CHRISTINE HABENICHT .....EMMA CRIMORA BOWER .IVIARY ELIZABETH KING ........MARYE. BROWN MR. CAMPBELL .... ........ .... 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"vs -, 'qv ' r x rf . , Ip., ,f . , ' -L fi ' . , X, 4- 1 ' X V 'mn ' ,n.. , ., ,,U'A q , 1' x :I K' '1 - V 2 I ,y" 1 V, - lu, , 1 Q 1 , -., I , , if -' V. 5 , " 'I' , 1 W:"14.4 . .... . ,, , V. n. ff f LQ-0 ', '. ,A x' ... in-S.--A , ' . - -1-.. " , -haf-J. 'l v, lpn ' .,,' ,, ' U., " '1- N WWE L21 ' ,xx Eitvratnrv W7 1 i I P ELIZABETHAN Uhr Qlhangr in Qin Emir JANUARY. My love is like the lillies fair, So pale her cheek, so light her hair, For ruddy beauties, I don't care- The Lily I adore. APRIL. I love the red rosels brilliant hue, And to my Rose I'1l e'er be true, You are my Rose, my sweetheart, you, "I'll love you e'en for aye. JUNE. The dark-eyed pansy I adore, With down-cast eyes and looks demure. You dark-haired lass with looks so pure, You are my pansy, sweet. -N. A. I-I. Night nn 1112 Glitg There in the dusky twilight Glimmer an hundred stars, And each through the falling darkness Sends a hundred radiant bars. And the mantle of night falls gently, And the city that was by day Is lost in this azure confusion Like a child that is gone astray. And the hovering spirit of peace Spreads her wings o'er the sorely opprest, And the calm of sweet sleep steals upon them- The city has sunken to rest. -Charles E. Jeffords ELIZABETHAN Q3 Uhr 65mg Svtnnv Qumran X A gf N THE FAST fading light of a chill November day, 'iz X 1 a weary, forlorn-looking traveler slowly picked his SC way over the rough, stony raod leading toward the little village of Cl-, which was several hundred " A' ' miles from the great, busy city of London. He was V cold and foot-sore, limping as he walked. Occasion- ally he looked down at his side, and his glance rested upon his faithful four- footed companion-a poor, hungry-looking dog, with piteous, appealing eyes. "Well, Rover, old fellow! We can't get to the village tonight, that's certain!" he said at last, breaking the silence. "Weill hunt us a shack some place and put up for the night. Reckon we won't have any supper, and here !'ve got a whole pocketful of money, too. 'F raid to spend it! Ah!" he mut- tered under his breath, "how that miserly old woman clung to her gold, and how she shrieked when I struck her." l-le put his fingers over his ears for a moment as if to shut out a hideous soundg then a sinister smile broke over his face, and he continued: "But she'll never scream again, and l had to have the chink. But they give us a pretty hot chase for awhile, didn't they, old chap?" The dog looked up into his master's face as if in answer, and then trotted QRZ WQQ? S fix it I rr . Q 9? S L ,H , X fi fs X I on at his side as before. "This is the kind of road for me," the tramp went on. "lt's mighty lonely, not a livin' thing to be seen, but I don't know as I care about seein' anybody just now. Wonder, though, how long it's goin' to be before we come to a place where we can stop." As he spoke, he went around a curve in the road, and he fancied he could trace further on in the distance the faint outlines of a building. As he 94 ELIZABETHAN came nearer, he saw that it was an old, dilapidated, gray-stone house, sur- rounded by tall, unformed oaks and unkept shrubbery. In the deepening gloom, the old, gray building loomed up dim and ghastly. Occasionally the leaves on the old oaks rustled as if swept by a gentle breeze, but no other sound was to be heard. The silence was oppressive, and as the ragged, bedraggled man slowly approached the building, he whistled softly to the dog, as if wishing to break the stillness and, at the same time, dreading to do so. He cautiously ascended the steps. The door was partly ajar. "We,re in luck, old boy!" he muttered. "An empty house all to ourselves, if l'm not mightily mistaken! Walk in, friend," he tried to say maiestically fbut the effort was a failurel, "and in a jiffy we'll have a roaring firef' So saying, he pushed the door wide open, and swaggered into the hall- way, the dog meekly following at his master's heels. The man's steps seemed to awake a thousand echoes all through the deserted house. His teeth were chattering. "Strange, strange!" he muttered under his breath. "lt wasn't so cold out doors, but in here it's as cold and damp as a tombf, He felt his way around in the hall, for it was now dark save for a little ray of light that found its way in through the open door by which he had entered. He groped about until he found another door, which he opened and passed through. Taking from his pocket a box with only three matches in it, he struck one, and by its light was able to see dimly his surroundings. He was in a large room, perfectly bare, so far as he could see. He noticed with pleasure that the fire was already made for him, all but striking the match to it. The grate was filled with light wood, and a quantity more lay on the floor close by. At that moment the first match went out, and left him in total darkness. just then he was startled by hearing a strange cry. The dog whined piteously. "Be quiet, Rover!" he commanded. "Didn't you ever hear an owl be- fore ?" He hastily crossed the room, struck his second match and touched it to the lightwood. It caught and blazed up warm and bright, lighting the entire room with its ruddy glow. The tramp held his fingers to the fire for a few seconds, then turned quickly, as if impelled by some invisible force, and looked around the room. He saw that it was large and square, containing two win- dows, ancl oh, horrible sight! On the floor in the center of the room were large ELIZABE THAN Q5 red spots-spots of blood. l-le shuddered, and unable to endure the sight, looked around for his dog, intending to leave the place at once. The dog had sneaked back in the shadows in one corner of the room, and lay, crouching with his nose to the wall, whining and trembling. "Rover!" he called, somewhat sharply. just then the windows rattled, a door slammed in some place in the house, and the blazing fire was extinguished in the twinkling of an eye. Again the strange cry rang out louder and more wierd than before. The man was thoroughly frightened by this time. I-lastily he struck his last match and held it to the lightwood as before. Again it blazed up warm and bright. Again he turned quickly and his gaze rested on the dark red stains. "Oh!" he panted, Hblood! blood! It looks like"-he put his hands over his eyes and his lips were ashen. "Come, Rover, let's go out of here. Quick! Quick!" and he rushed madly from the door. As he passed into the shadowy hall, the fire flickered low for an instant, and then suddenly went out again, as if snuffed by some invisible hand. At every hurried step he made, he seemed to hear the answering tread of other feet all through the house. l-le reached the door-the front door by which he had entered and which he was sure he had left open. It was closed and locked. Frantically he beat against it, but it stood firm and immovable. A cold perspiration burst over him. Wild with fear, he rushed with his whole strength at the unyielding door, but suddenly the strange cry sounded again, this time in his very ear. l-le fell down limply against the wall, and knew no more. Every sound ceased, and over the mysterious house silence and darkness reigned supreme. as as as as -is It is said that the old gray-stone house was once the happy home of a very wealthy young lord and his much loved wife, but he had had a violent quarrel with his brother-in-law, and had murdered him in cold blood. The shock killed his beautiful wife, who had been a witness to the murder, and at her death, the young lord, money having procured his pardon, left his home never to return. Soon among the simple country folk the belief that the house 96 ELIZABETHAN was haunted gained currency, and the place was dreaded and shunned by all who knew aught of its tragic history. Years and years afterwards, the heirs to whom the old homestead had been bequeathed, decided to remove the mystery, if any, which had surrounded it for so long, and so sent workmen to reopen the deserted house and make it again habitable. In the hallway near the door they found, to their amazement, the Wasted skeleton of a man, and close by at its side lay the bones of a dog. -B. P. Wm ELIZABETHAN Aftrr Ihr 'Bain Quickly, quickly fell the rain drops From the clouds of somber gray, While the mist, a veil of water, Hid the mountain o'er the way, I had wished in vain for sunshine All the livelong summer day- Nature's frown would not be banished Nor her tears be brushed away. But at last the clouds seemed breakingg Pattering rain drops ceased to fall, And the setting sun resplendent Shone behind old Yonah tall. Clouds, which just before seemed leaden, Slowly, softly, changed their hue To deep rose with purple shadows, Bounded by the darker blue. And the sun, like old King Midas, With the self-same greed of old, Touched them with his magic lingers. Adding rims of shining gold. Just so superstitious darkness And the clouds of ignorance Were dispelled in quick succession, By truth's earnest piercing glance. We may learn from all a lesson, If we read the scene arightg Sorrows will not last forever, Gloom must sometimes change to light. Life's dark clouds will be forgotten, All our troubles melt away, While the sun will shine forever In the bright eternal day. -D. L. H .v .1.Q' "" "U" "5 .' 7' '1' .11 .. 1. , - .1 -gm . 5 ,,11,1.1', J, 1.1 . 1 , f ,. , , 11. 1 1 4- 1. -1 1 .I-1. 5... 51111 - " 11.8-.W V., 1... - A1 f' . L.,- 'ff' 1 ' L- 1- 1 1' h 1 Q, '07 1, 1 ,1 1.v-, 11 A.,-V . . .... 1 " ' 1'.'. . ' . .I ' 5 '1.f +9 --'I' ws., . Q 'iq J , Q' , 1 V ,A 1 C 1 1 7 1- 1 1 1 1-1 1,1 A J ' V r H ' Yu f .1 , 1 1 11- 1 1 ..ag,1..1 1 . 41. , V Q! v, X 'ia xx fF1,Ng'u, , A, 'X 5 u' 1 1 111',1 'a I 'V 1 19 1. , -I , .1 ,J . X - x. 1FJ 1 K' Q1 ' ll .11 .. 1 , 4 n,.dNv,. ?N,A.l2. Ixvflx ' -11... 'I 'J J ,r11.IN.m H - , 4.1. n . 1 .1 5 1 .-N.nrQ,3:s..1 . , 4 1nJ,'wf11 'N r L: .A 1 1- , .-153. 1 . 11 'r,,J1f-.- ' 1 11 1 71. '.1. 0 . 1 1 1 1 1. 41 l -. 1 X. 1 11,-J X. -a 1 K? v wwf' . 1 .1 A ' ' 1 1 . , , . . Y Y 1 A . r 4 1 1 , , 1 ' . , 1 . , 1 ' , X 1111! .14 ,, X' lx . Y '..1 1..jf11,f,4 Awvy!! , ' 9 VM" 1 Ej"'i.,,'. . ,. ,1 -1 ' 1 ' 151' - "I . . 1 . -1. . 1.1 ,1 . 1 , 1,N,.1,.,1:1.:4,M-' V 1, W 1, 1ll"' fb' Qkud. 1-T If ' 14 IJ, Wy'-1,q,51'. Y .,:x1i ' 1 1, , ."'1fl11 111. 'ar l A, .Q .1 1 . , 1 ' ,.-0.-,1'I,' A - 1.1 . 1 ' 1 1 F. 1.1 1-'-I ' 1 '. A ' 1 .1 1. ..Li.2g.1i1.-vfIL.A1111:i' 14.11. ELIZABETHAN Q9 Mm SW xf 'i X .4 N! 5 2' 1 XY X Str B6 Tlhv Idrnng nf Eliatr SIT AT MY window and gaze out upon the city. I see the lights from a thousand homes and shops while the hubbub of the throngs on the streets below and the clanging of the cars float up to me. There is a kind of dull, chill ache at my heart, and my hands feel cold and clammy when I press them to my aching head. I have reached the end of it all. The struggle has been long and hagd, and it has ended in dismal failure and disappointment. As I sit here I look back upon my past life. I see myself, a ragged, thin boy, and see, too, my mother, a widow, whose stooped form and care-worn face showed how cruel her struggle for existence had been. I never remember a time when we were not poor and living in a poor, miserable house, and some- times half starving. As I look out of this Window of mine, I can see the mag- nificent city library, and its splendor seems to mock at all poverty. Millions spent in books and marble, while the poor cry only "for bread, for bread!" But I must pass on. My youth was but a continuation of the sorrows of my boy- hood. Of education I had little save what my mother gave me, for she herself had seen better days, and had a fairly good education, and she taught me all she knew. Very early in my life I was possessed with a desire to write. The few books that I then possessed were my dearest treasures, and I longed to give great thoughts and stories to the world. I hoped with the vain and base- less hope of youth that I would, some day, be famous. It relieves me to write all this out. I have no one to tell it but the white paper before me. A year ago I left my home and came to New York. My mother, who be- lieved in my talent and genius, urged me to come to the great city, and I was glad to see the life here and to be one of the great struggling throng. I found something in a store, and have thus been enabled to support my- Ioo ELIZABETHAN self and my mother. At night, after the day's work was over, I have written. Again and again I have sent my stories to the magazines. Again and again they have been returned to me. But I have always hoped on until yesterday. Yesterday-was it only yesterday that it happened? It must be for I have been sitting here ever since, and have eaten nothing. Yet I do not feel hungry- only very, very faint. Yesterday there came back to me a story that I had sent to one of the magazines. It had scrawled across it the brutal words: "Why do you try to write? You have not a particle of talent. Get at something else." That was all. But these three sentences have been burned into my brain. I have no talent. All the struggle then has been in vain. In the same mail was a letter from my employer. "We do nog need you any longer. The man whose place you have been filling for the last six months has returned and we are under obligations to employ him. Besides, you are not suited for the work." , I. Is that all? No. There was also a letter from my mother. I-low feeble and trembling was the handwriting, and how many blots I found. This is what it said: "My Dear Boy :-Could you send me some money. I have been sick and the house rent is now due. I would not ask you, for I know you need so much for yourself, but I have been told by the landlord that I must pay in a few days or I shall be put into the street." New York before me-me a miserable failure. The cherished desire and aim of my life crushed by those brutal words. There is a story of Mary Wil- kins I read the other day. A would-be poetess after all, but a miserable failure, says: "I'd like to know if it's fair. I'd like to know if you think it's fair. I-lad I ought to have been born with the wanting to write poetry if I couldn't write it-had I? I-lad I ought to have been let to write all my life, and not know before there wasn't any use in it?" Why, O Father of all, why? The river is deep-and-I am going to rest in its bosom. An hour later. I will not play the part of a coward. I will not leave my mother. I have pawned all I possess and have sent her some money. I do not believe I am a failure. I will try again. ELIZABETHAN 101 I am writing a story of New York life. I seem to be seeing more deeply into things than ever before. Somehow I am putting the energy of my whole soul into it. It is not like anything I have ever written. It is partly the story of my own life. It is finished. On my knees I have prayed over it. I will take it to the editor of the l---. I know him personally. I-le will have it read for me quickly. I must know by tomorrow evening whether it will be rejected or not. as -as as -fs as November l l. A terrible day of waiting. I shall receive my answer soon. The postman has come with the mail. There are two letters for me. I open them trembling and read: "Your story is accepted. We are very much pleased with it and hope to hear from you often. Enclosed find one hundred dollars." The second letter says: "You are requested to return to your place with us. You have been entirely satisfactory. Your name was confused with that of a former employee, for which mistake we crave your pardon." And so, instead of failure, triumph. Hurrah! My brain reeled. Mother, how proud you will be to hear of what your son has done. I will bring her to New York. How happy we shall be together, now that the struggle is over. Success at last. Who says it is not sweet? But there is a third letter in a strange handwriting, bearing my home post- mark. What can it mean? I tear it open hastily and find: "Your mother died this morning. Her last words were of you. We think she died of want." My heart is broken. What do I care for success if she cannot share it? What do I care for the money that came too late to help her? Is life worth the living? After all, were it better not to have succeeded, if this is the cost of it? -N. Raglan. l02 ELIZABETI-IAN llnle nf 1Ha1lm5f3Hnur Igvaria Mute Miss Hyams:-Well, who would have thought, girls, that all eleven of us would come to this meeting which we agreed upon four years ago at dear old Elizabeth College! I wonder why we didn't say we would meet at the College, for I am sure all of us would have enjoyed going back after four years' absencef' Franke :-"But all of us haven't been away from there four years, and I'm glad we didn't go there for I'm sick of it." Lula :-"Then, too, it is so nice to come here to the Isle of Palms. I al- ways did love to go to Charleston." fGiggle, Annie Lou., Miss I-Iyams :-"I think all of us ought to tell what weive been doing in these four years. I can speak for Sarah and Leila, as they always were a little shy about talking even in our State Club Meetings. I don't know what I should have done without them. They are such excellent teachers over in my conservatory." Emma to Clara fin an undertonel z-"Well, I declare: old Sallie teach- ing!" Miss I-Iyams :-"Yes, Sarah teaches vocal and Lelia violin, and I am nearly rushed to death teaching both Pipe Organ and Piano." Jessie :-"Miss Hyams, I believe you love that Pipe Organ better than you do your mother." Miss Hyams :-"No, not quiteg but do you all tell what you've been doingf' Virginia :-"Oh, girls, it's so much nicer traveling around than going to school. I have been having the loveliest time, especially when I was abroad And California is the grandest country, but I must admit I haven't1found a place I would rather live in than our old Palmetto State." Emma:-"Good for you, Virginia. I haven't left the State since I ELIZABETI-IAN 103 stopped school, but I am perfectly content to stay here. You all don't know how happy I am in my married life, and Sumter is such an ideal little place to live in. I'm just living scrumptiouslyf' Annie Lou and Franke :-"Married! well, I declare!" Annie Lou :-"Why, Franke and I just stopped school in June, and we aren't thinking about marrying! We just had so much fun last year at college. We made snow ice-cream every time it snowed and it was just linef, Franke :-"Yes, and we just took life easy too. We hardly ever got dressed in time for breakfast." Lula :-"Well, you all wern't experts like Lasses and I. We could get up five minutes before the breakfast bell rang, get dressed and then have time to waste." Sarah :-"Gee! you all must have dressed in a storm!" Miss I-lyams :-"I do believe Lasses has changed more than any of us for she hasn't said a word and she used to be such a rattlerf' Lottie :-"Oh no, I haven't. I was just out of breath when I got here. I have been having such a good time. Why, it's a perfect sepulchritude, speak- ing hycronically. You know just to be in Columbia is enough to make me spin on my eye-tooth every instant. I am still taking music and am still in the F resh- man class. Doesn't look as if I will ever learn anything in it. But my old teacher is so awfulg he's just like the Ark and not a bit like Miss Cappelmann. I scarcely ever see old Tabernicklef' Lula:-"No, I'm not in Columbia very much. The railroad makes money off of me for I live on the road between Columbia and Charleston. There are so many attractions in both places, and I can't decide in which one to make my home." fliverybody laughsj Jessie :-Why, Lula, I thought you would have been a missionary by this time. Well, I am perfectly happy. I just live at home with Papa and Mama, for as soon as they let me stop school I just settled down to rest and I am rest- ing yet." All the girls :-"You lazy thingln "Lasses z"--"Old Clarissy Voigt is as quiet as ever. She used to say she was thinking about her lessons, but surely she isn't going to school yet?,, Clara :-"Why, certainly not! I am teaching Latin in Elizabeth Col- lege. I wish all of you girls would come back to visit the college and see what 104 ELIZABETHAN a wonderful improvement the new archway makes. Oh say, do you know I saw Mr. Asbury in town the other clay. I wonder what he was doing here." fEVerybody glances quickly at Miss Hyamsj Miss Hyams :-fhefore anyone Jcould answer,-"I want all of you to take tea with me to-night. Goodness! there's the car-let's run !" -Lottie Wyse. Win ELIZABETHAN 105 "A Sturm nn the Gulf" Wi fv llb? ' x bf st? ITUATED IN THE midst of a grove of beautiful xg. QQ . . :Q 4 spanish-moss covered oaks is the old Southern home N of the Dinsmores. Extending around the house is a beautiful green lawn on one side of which is a tennis 'B Lt ix b court and croquet grounds, while on the other side, scattered among the trees are rustic benches and swings. Through the trees can be seen the beautiful waters of the Gulf. Near the white shore the water seems very still, but, looking farther out, one can see white-caps. All around, some sailing, some anchored, are yachts of all sizes and descriptions. One day not long ago, there was anchored just in front of the Dinsmore home the beautiful little yacht, the "Biloxi," The air was somewhat sultry, making everything seem drowsy. Only now and then a slight breeze rustled through the trees. Seated on the broad old gallery was Mrs. Dinsmore, her daughter, Ruby, and son, Rob. What a handsome trio this was. Mrs. Dinsmore, a sweet little woman of about forty-five, was attired very simply in a soft, clinging white dress. Ruby wore a pale blue mull, which was extremely becoming to her blonde beauty. Seated in a low wicker chair was Rob, a handsome boy of eighteen. He wore a spotless White flannel yachting suit. His white cap was set carelessly on the back of his head. For some little time no one had spoken, when Rob broke the silence. "Mother, I think I will cruise for three or four days." "My dear boy, this sultry air predicts a storm." "Why, mother, there is no danger." He arose quickly, went out to his yacht and in half an hour he returned, affectionately told his mother and sister good-bye, then sailed off. Early next morning Mrs. Dinsmore arose and Went to her window to look IO6 ELIZABETHAN at the water. Sleep had not been hers as she worried about her son far out on the Gulf. All that day the clouds looked threatening, the water was rising and the wind getting fiercer every minute. Toward evening it began to thunder, and now and then a flash of lightning would light up the dark sky. As the night advanced so the storm became more violent. By dawn the wind raged fiercely, the house shook, trees were uprooted and broken limbs hurled against the houses. Peal after peal of thunder shook the air, the lightning Hashing across the dark sky, sometimes igniting the debris along the shore. The rain came down in torrents, lashing against one like stones. It began to hail. Stones as large as eggs crashed against the windows and shattered them to minute pieces. Higher and higher rose the waterg the beach road was completely submerged, gradually the yards and galleries were under water. The inhabitants of the beach-houses had already taken refuge in the city-hall. The waves lashed up against the bath houses, until one after another they were carried off their foun- dations and wrecked on the shore. The beach was strewn with debris for miles along. Trees were lying across the road, boats were thrown upon it, wires were down, fences torn from the ground, and the shell road torn to pieces. As soon as the storm had begun to rise, all alarms were sounded. Whistles were blown, bells rung and cannons fired. Some people were running toward the beach, but most prominent of all could be seen the little figure of Mrs. Dinsmore. What a difference from the sweet, contented little woman of the day before! I-low anxiety had aged her. One moment she could be seen with a mariner's glass looking toward the horizon, next she was earnestly speak- ing to the brave old sailors. As suddenly as the storm had risen, just as suddenly it had abated. Be- fore we could realize it, the water had become almost still. But, oh! the wreck of that cruel storm. Not long after the storm had abated, the weary little woman, still eagerly watching the horizon, discerned a tiny white speck. Crad- ually it became larger and she saw the once dainty little "Biloxi," slowly sailing shoreward. Before long the little boat was anchored and Rob Dinsmore hastily jumped ashore, just in time to catch his mother in his arms. She had fainted from joy, -G. PICARD. ELIZABETHAN IO7 Culture, the acquainting ourselves with the best that has been known and said in the world, and thus with the history of the human spirit. -M. Arnold: Lit. and Dogma Give me the liberty to know, to utter and to argue freely, according to conscience, above all other liberties. Milton J .1,,,1 r If -. 1 ' X, '11 'I .l '-f-,,.f" -"l'11,f, ,, W4 - A '1 " ,,1 ' 1. 1. ',. 1 -1 1'- ,- 'I-, su A- -1 -- :1 . , - .-L X1, ', IU: . vu ,wkfq I' V' si,-1. g al., 1.1: . .U V- x 1 ,. , 1 7, -1 I Na 4 : ' 1 ws' 1, www, -Q 1 m.: , '11 1 Q' 1 1 " ,"H 4' 3 1 '15f'1 N 'J x, 1 , Q' if ' 1 . 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Cbftirrra Prcsidenf GERTRUDE PICARD l7fL'6-P7'FSl-dt'7Z 1' PAULINE VVILSGN Recording .S'ecrvz'ar.v CHARLIE E. IEFFGRDS CI01'7'USf'07Zd'i7Zg Svf1'cta1'y ABBIE LEE I-IENKEL T1'caszu'c'1' BRIGHT RUDISILL First C1'iZ'fC ANNA D, DOTGER Second Critic ADELAIDE LEFEVRE Cczzsor SARA JEAN OUSLEY MUlZGg67'A' GEORGIA CROCKETT MARY E. BROVVN Pages EVA COVINGTON MARY SPENCER II2 ELIZABETHAN RUTH G. SNYDER EDYTHE P. MILLER FANNIE LOUISE NEAL BRYTE BAKER BESSIE BRYANT ANNAMI HIQDGES NOEL GOODMAN SARAH HOFFMAN BERTIE HUTCHINGS VERA MAUNEY MARY REBMAN LOTTIE WYSE ANNIE LOU BYRD EOITHE FRANKE FOLK Mvmhrrz ANNIE MILLER Discs GRACE SCHAEFFER CLARA L. VOIGT DAISYE BRYANT ZELIA CORRIHER KATHERINE GIESCHEN MAUD SIGMON JANIE SMITH OLA DUKATE VIRGINIA GRAYDON LEILA HAFFNER LULA HABENICHT MYRTLE SYMRE CLARE TOWNSEND NVEVIELLVICI 'EIIDOS fKHVHELLI'I Al Us H s 14 1,1"XX 11 - ' L1 X X1 1 1 1 X' 1 X 1 1 if KJ 1' 1.1'- 1-1-1'--1,11 -' - V--' ' 1 -vi' 1 1 11' 1-Y " ', .1 -1 1 1 Q 1 15X 1', ., , 1, -,,- ' - . -11 " 11 X -5 1: 1. X, X. 1 - 1 ' -1.1-1 -.111 .X .1 1--1 1111.1 1 X 1 w1'- - 1 1' 1 11 '11 11 1 .1 z ' 1 1--111 11 1111. 1- 1 - '- V11 fu. 1:. . 1 -1 I '11 9' 1' 4 1' -" 1"" '1-'f"111'1 1 751'.""' 3- 11 ""' 1 1!' ' 'f"""'!-'L1C-- 1 1'-1" 1 1 154 .-Q. 11 ' " 1 1 11 1 - ' 1 X 1"11 1 ' ' " - 1' . 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I 'E,11 XX X1 V 1 1-1l -F '1 'ir ' -' ' 1 .1'l'1f X 1 1 X " NX A 1 -1111 1 X 1 11 A 1 1' 1"1 '1 11 . 1 1':1'11'1' 111' 1 11" 1' 1111- 11 .1 X X -X1.X1 f 1' 1x11 1 11:1 111X1 ""'.1.'.1'r4 ' ',' 1'11:,1 1 1111 .1118 'M 1 'T 1 1 11 1141.1 .':"' 1 111.1 1 9" 111 11111 11 1 1 1 1 X X 11 1 111 1 1 "nu 1 112 1, Y 111 1, 111 1 11 ' 1 X 1- 11 1 1 1 11 1 115.1 11 ' I1 11 " 1 1X1 11 1. 1 ,1 X1 1 1'1X111Q. 1 XLXX11, 1 1-If . W ' H1111 .1 ' X 1 1 . 11 11 .1 X--1 1 5 'P X 1 1: " ' ' 11.11'X11' 1 ' 151 , 11 1' 597.111 '11 , 12. 1X .X .- 1 X11 11 1 ff '1'1g"1 15' W 2111.1 N' 1' I " 1 X1 X .1111 1. .11 X 11 111 " W 1 W ' -1 1 11 1 .I ' . ' ' 1, X - .111 1'X ' X ' .'11 -1 1,1 1 1 th . 1 ' 1' 1? 1 -XL ,1 .11 11'11X .X11X1 11' 1 -1 1 11 11, 1 1.1 1 2. 111' ' '1111,1 1.111-11 . 1. 5 1 17A fx 1 111 1 1' 1 11 1 1, 1 X .1 1 1 11 1. 1 11 11-1-'L 1 1 11 11.11 11 I .n 1-th' 1.1 1 11 '1' X.X.j5XXX 1 .11 X' 111111 ' r, XXNXSX11 1- 111 Z' J ' nf 1' l ' X 'uh' ' X'1 11 '1 '1 .119 X1 1 11 1 ' . " 1."1 M7 111.11 1 1: 1 '1111. 11 1 , Tl ' '1"'.A9 111X..X1 .1 ' 1 1 1X'--X14 X .1 111,16 ' ,,'1 ', V' 'L wi.. 1 1 1 1 .1 1111.1 1 1 1 1-1551 .111 111XX -::..11'v-1 111' 111 .1211 1 1 1 . 1111 1 1 1' 11 -rim 1:1- ELIZABETHAN 115 igizturg nf Biaivlran Eitrrarg Svnrivig nga!! Sig!! Liiifjf fi Q7 URELY THERE IS something in a name. At any X V si 'sig EIS? that is good and true. is fj . ii if X rate, in the life of every college girl there is always one name prized above every other, and which is always loved, honored and shielded as a most pre- cious treasure. Such is the name "Diatelean," which, to the loyal-hearted girl, is the very synonym for all ln looking back over the years that have passed since our Society's organi- zation, we find an unstained record, and may our history's page in years to come be as fair and spotless. Our Society, while having for its primary object intellectual improvement, accomplishes far more than this. It binds us together in the closest sympathy and teaches us the secrets of good fellowship and love, and this, in future years, will be worth more to us, perhaps, than all else besides. Our Society numbers as its members the brightest, the most intelligent, and the most lovable girls to be found anywhere, and there is no lack of material for doing efficient work in any department. We have in our midst interesting essayists, readers, debaters, elocutionists, and a number of musicians, with bright futures before them. In fact, we have certain girls possessed of five talents, others of three, and still others of only one, but the nice part of it is none of them deliberately hides her talents, but gladly uses them for the honor and upbuilding of our dear old Society. Not only the honor-student of the class of '04 but four others, out of the eight Seniors, were Diateleans. Of the eight '05 Seniors five are Diateleans. The greatest membership in the history of the societies has been attained this year by our Society, and our president is conceded by all to be the most popular, as well as one of the most intellectual girls in College. Truly, we are proud of our Society, and may each year bring to the wearers of the purple and lilac, greater successes until, ever keeping our motto before us, we may finally, "in spite of difficulties, reach the stars." U6 ELIZABETI-IAN if The ID xqfekqq Lffev-cor'-.3 -Socxilxj ANN Evelmxxxa W LTXX The QQUQQBQS. Eg 2. J A 5 ,sa 9152 Qxenevol SKQACQH 05- like Qomeriqg, KEZT X 11 'ff N Nimss A Henkel Kp W ir x 1 1fg"i!ll I Q ollege CusT0Wk5' I . -if QQ-lg Nl I-SS Sclxcmefyer ir rm :Q Qoxnparxsomm of Male amd Femqle Qouecyes D f My A I M 'f 21591 1 1 Nl LSS L e Fav rg F The 330551 Tmf, 55, o w.H01m gf 5 if 1 H1 ' , ' 'I ,! 'We' 4 'NQ?.'f'3l M ' M mss B cxker H' , Q 1 KW :I . 2f1ffg,l 'SPOYTS I r ' ff ffl fu f 1 NIQSS Snwjclev Elizcxbeflxc OXIQSQ i M LSSDOTLBQT. 0QTobex- 31,1909 C Ejeyfox-ds, Rec 31: Q ELIZABETI-IAN ff" I hp I f ' ,, 0 ,. 0 -Eurhrvntran Qlrtvrarg I , NIL? fc . 'wwf -5 Svnrwtg 7 if -- MoT'ro.-To be, rather than to seem COLORS.-Green and Gold. FLOWER.-M3fCCh3I Niel Rose. Gbiiirern President ELIZABETH CARGILE Vice-President LURLINE WELLING Recording Secretary MARY MILLER Corresponding Secretary HELEN RHYNE Treasurer LENA SPINKS Ccizsor HANNAH BAIRD First Critic MARIAN LITTLE Second Critic EMMA BROWER II ELIZABETI-IAN MARY SPENCER ANDERSON EMMA BOYLE EMMA BROWER HANNAH BAIRD ELIZABETH CARGILE CLARA CARPENTER OUIDA COLBERT LAURA DARROCH JOYCE DECKER MAY DUNLAP AMY EDWARDS JESSIE GRANGER HELEN HEATH I Mvmhvrn ELLA HYANIS IMTARY KING MARION LITTLE CLARE LOCKHART MAMIE MCCANN BERTA Moss MARY MILLER JULIA RINCK ANNIE ROGERS HELEN RHYNE PEARLE RUDISILL LENA SPINKS LURLINE WELLING 51.1244 BE THAN 1 IQ Eiatnrg nf Eurhreaiian Eitvrarg Svnrivig sim: gtg!! gf HE EUCHRESTIAN LITERARY SOCIETY, X Zi li Z which was organized in l898, lives in l905, a society , il , ESI, sffl , E Q worthy of that motto, "To be and not to seem." Tl' i 6 r Our work this year, the literary as well as the social, 5 has been gratifying. The Euchrestians have before proved their ability in social affairs, and two such evenings this year have been successful-one, the reception given to the new girls soon after college openedg the other, a celebration on St. Valentine's Eve. The subjects of the literary programs which have been posted in our bulletin have shown deep original thought and yet have been practical to our college life. Our last year's president, Miss Gertrude Cappelmann, is with us again this year as piano teacher, and others of our old members are winning their laurels elsewhere. Those who this year have worn the green and gold at Elizabeth have upheld the high standard of true Euchrestians. x,..N N B -4 , 1 , lu. 1 -:,.- vfx '- QM 'W :L . .az:v:'17H1 ,, f, My Y f . .1 , .41 W V n iw us .M 4 :bv 4 Xb.!".naL ':iiJuf Ain- J.: HDFTH H SEI NVLL VI 'ELL AHVH AJQHIDOS' ,.,,, W M MJF! .,.v 4 .,,,,vpWl . . . . .A ,. v , , .,,,.,..,.., .,,. bvgwv-15751,1-.,,....-,-,f..f,w-,....,,,,w,p . - rf A, '. ,-rf-z,,, uyj-f, X ,g.1,,,. 1. V ,I , 4 , .,.n, ,hx ,, , 1, H , 1, I ,Q . , ,I , -, 1 'gf iw-' ima 1 1 ,,.,.w v-Kwai'-V1 M -' '4 ' Wikia" 13415,-',.Z+n, ,, " 'i," w, ft'f' i7zf'1?2i.4f-,fun 0 4 - ' ' .ffZ?', fn, l f 4,1,. X , ,. ,- , ,.. . 1.m.fw ff 1 , K .. , .V A ,.,w, 4 1 H P , f- W, 4 ' ' f , ' s.,,- "-fZf,w.kj17f v fr: WX . M fx f 1- ,M ' Q 9-. ,- ' ,mfz ff. irq, wk" Z 1, 1 A 1 . v ., 2 L' J - ' Q, 92' X1 6 ' V gf, fx -' it Ty? 'I S ". .1 ii 'ga ,. -,wr , , ,4f"',f' Y EG QI W! .2 ,ff EF ' v 17. 'fm -' 1' 5 K F all 'f f , K , X , .7 . 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For wisdom is better than rubiesg and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared with it. Proverbs viii: IO, II The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Proverbs ix: IO 3 P.'N1,1' 1 1 1 1.2 gi :,f,- - 1 lx , gym - 1 -6 :1 11 1,55 -1 H! 1171-6 Li .avli- Am' H1 ,1.A 1,XA l 1, 1,141 X, .Nl 1 111-1 -'Q f L' 11 5 '3 S11 3, ' ' 31 ' ' 11. .,.1f A H11 ' '1 1' 9 '1"-1'-r111. 'fb "sf - 1 1 1 .U 1- 11: 31 1- f' A11 1,313 - ' -,M 11 ' .1 ,, '.:1,,g1,'.-1,1 -.i11 ' " ' 1 .1,, kr V + 11 -1,11 1 V .su 61 v - 1r 1 .---1 - 1, .fi vf ',k-Lf -1 " ' T. 1 ' '1 1 ,1 Q N ' 1 L , 1 ' 1-ffgfly-,1,a,a I - j p- 1-1 1 1 ,1 ,1... '11 , Q' "f 1 11. L v, K 1 1 1 . , , 1 , 1 1 M' 1. '1 ,'1111'41-1. . '11 Z 1 I 1 1 1 ' x ' f 1 11, ,1 A -Arn 'QE-JQALM 1 :J 1 ,, ,,x I N11 :-'kl1.e:1 J W V -17 W H6 5 K1 113' X, .1 1. T1 1a,'1g-Y! Q,1,111,J I, Aw, Hyip, 1 Hvlnwafl-1 i,,,?1.g Y,.1-.1 12: in ix Y ,If 1. 11 . ,Q-,1 ,.1 .1-1 - ,1 -1.1.-M11 4 ' N' '11 A, 1 1 , 1,1 I ' 1 " S 1- ', ?NP1..,4.A1, TJ! 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Lrg" -11 111. 1f'11'32:1.:1Y1g.Mk1L1'.1Q,11'131'.ai?M:.'1L'ff' 1... 1 1 ELIZABETHAN I2 VERA MAUNEY EMMA BOYLE ABBIE HENKLE BESSIE BRYANT RUTH SNYDER PAULINE VVILSON . .GLA 0Bi1ir2r5 President MARY MILLER Vice-Prcsidczzt SARA OUSLEY Sefrcfary PAULINE WILSQN T1'easm'01' ABBIE H ENKEL Igihlv 011215525 !1lHPmhvr5 Leader MARY MILLER GEORGIE CROCKETT JOYCE DECKER ANNIE MILLER Dmcs MARION LITTLE MARY ICING EDITH MILLER I2 ELIZABETHAN LOTVTIE WYSE MRS. BAIRD HANNAH BAIRD CLARA CARPENTER HELEN HEATH BRYTE BAKER HELEN RHYNE EVA COVINGTON BRIGHT RUDISILL ANNIE LOU BYRD FRANKE FOLK CLARA VOIGT Hlemhvrz Lead er LULA HABENICHT mrmhrra Leader VIRGINIA GRAYDON NOEL GOODMAN MAMIE MCCANN PEARLE RUDISILL CLARE TOWNSEND ESSIE RUDISILL MISS BURGES ANNAMI HEDGES JESSIE GRAINGER GRACE SCHAEFFER FANNIE LOUISE NEAI KATHERINE GIESCHEN MAUD SIGMON illiinninnarg Snrivtg Presidcvzt LULA HABENICHT Vice-P1'eside1zt MARY BROWN Secretary ' RUTH SNYDER T1'casu1'cr HELEN RHYNE wx HQ L5 A Athlvtir Brpartnwnt I 128 ELIZABETHAN market 162111 Eine-lip Gblgmpieuua Amaznna Captain: Spinks Captain: Wilson Positions: Rhyne Right Forward Wilson McCann Left Forward Dunlap Williams Home Foward Snyder Spinks Right Forward Center Byrd Miller Right Back Center Crockett Edwards Left Forward Center Picard Bryant Left Back Center Graydon Baker Right Guard Holland Moss Left Guard Folk Colbert Goal Guard Mauney Gbftirialn Referee: Williams Umpire: Miss Seymour Scorer: Miss Goodman Timekeeper: Byrd Linesmen from Olympians Linesmen from Amazons Lockhardt DuKate Brower Rogers Boyle Granger Carpenter Henkel Sigmon ,Ieffords Colors:-White and Blue. 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'MN .0 1,4 5 5-AQ, :Xi .' TLA' , .ff-ivin ,A 1 .5 5, f X 01,444 .11 . 1 f , , -AFV' X . ,, , 1 V ., M.. , , , - Jw. 1 ,, 5 W '.:.:. ,M v -'Q ' Q. u f g UL: -,vm .- Lui , f 'pw Tu" "I ' , ' ,-st , .ww ' 4 N L V. .. f - T- 5,-f L.,- Q-iii? -- A a' ew 1 ' V, - 'H f-L..- ' -.. - -, , , 3-,rv ' M '. W ' m A Q-ff 1 .,: , '., Q' 'V ' af. "v'k. ". r "nl , 0. K, "'.4. .' gm 1..- ., , 4 1,'Tu'Jf'3' " 'W .,..rr'Q? K A A ELIZABETHAN I Efvnnin Qlluh Captains MISS RICHARDSON VIRGINIA GRAYDON MISS GREEVER illlemhmi FANNIE LOUISE NEAL BESSIE BRYANT EMMA BROWER CHARLES JEEEORDS GEORGIA CROCKETT MAUDE SIGMON GRACE SCHAEFFER ANNIE ROGERS ZELIA CORRIHER BERTA MOSS CLARA CARPENTER EVA COVINGTON VERA MAUNEY FRANKE FOLK ANNIE Lou BYRD MARY MILLER LENA SPINKS JOYCE DECKER IESSIE GRAINGER EMMA BOYLE MAMIE MCCANN OLA DUKATE GERTRUDE PICARD MISS RICHARDSON MISS WILLIS MISS GREEVER MISS HOLLAND 136 ELIZABETHAN Amagnn Ifinmling Gram Motto :-"We have met the enemy, and they are ours." Flower:-Bachelor Button. Colors :-Garnet and Navy Blue Yell :-Amazons, Amazons, Re, Re, Re, Amazons, Amazons, A, A, A, Hurrah for the Amazons, A, A, A. illllmnhrrn Captain : Picard Wilson Mauney jeffords Dunlap Folk DuKate Grainger Craydon Corriher Crockett Henkel Snyder Byrd Holland Gblgmpian Zfinmling Gram illirmhera Bryant Carpenter Brown Hoffmann Baker McCann I Qllnhn W1 'J qe'f.f"5fi'9fQ.' "3 -.1. "13?'7-a!'1'wa-f . . 1 "W M Y'-x. -1,12-1-Ati? - 112, ., W -1 .. 1 W1 1, f :11 1 1 "wi" 1 .. M: 1 veg-Tilf f:'19:f1':flg,, .vm-Aff-f-' f- 1 Vu . .. , ,f X . . ,K , wr. ,uL.,..x . ,,,4 , , . hw 0.1, - A 4, ,N , 1 . .1 ' ,,l'- DJ, 1 51,191 ' pw 1Q ' '15 .1 Q, x ,4 'I 'sq m . ' .P ff3',5'1-,. .,,- HH' 1' H 1 - W " W' ' ' ' '1"11 """"f " '- ."' ,- -1 -fJ'i'f7?'1x '54 .",m - 1 X101 " 1 "- 1" . ."n.Y11:-:-N-"'121'. .111 W .. 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Drink:-Turpentine. Yell :-Hullabaloo! Hullabaloo! Pitch, Tar, and Turpentine! Turpentine, Pitch, and Tar! North Carolina! hurrah! hurrah! President: Pauline Wilson Vice-President: Annami Hedges Secretary : Mary Miller Ear 552915 Helen Rhyne Lena Spinks Berta Moss May Dunlap Noel Goodman Marian Little Bessie Bryant Joyce Decker Amy Edwards Clara Carpenter Hannah Baird Mary Brown Jnie Smith Mary Rebman Jeannette McDougall Treasurer: Eva Covington Bright Rudisill Vera Mauney Pearle Rudisill Myrtle Smyre Bryte Bal-:er Sarah Hoffman Maude Sigmon Helen Heath Clara Lockhart Mamie McCann Katie Gieschen Zelia Corriher Daisye Bryant Essie Rudisill Mary King 140 ELJZABETHAN Svnnth Glarnlina Glluh "No fairer land hath fired a poetis lays, Or given a home to man." Motto:-"Dum Spiro Sperof' Colors :-Blue and White. Emblem :-Cotton Boll. Poet: Henry Timrod. Artist:-Cornelia Earle. Obftirrrn President - Ella Isabel l-lyams - Charleston Vice-President - Lula l-labenicht - Columbia Secretary - Emma Boyle - Sumter Treasurer - Lottie Wyse - Columbia A illlvmhrrz Annie Lou Byrd, Bamburg Franke Folk, Bamburg Jessie Grainger, Summerville Virginia Graydon, Abbeville Leila Hafner, Chester Sallie Ousley, Ousley Clara Voigt, Mt. Pleasant iinnnrurg illivmhvra W. Gertrude Cappelmann, Charleston. Cornelia Earle, Columbia ,I I. ELIZABETHAN 141 1 J 'f , l l' 0 1'-7, l If so 3 -W "Egg, 1 'lf' l "9 - -E 7 54 i ' 7g Lf ,ffffi 1-f -5 ,f .z is so o 554: s s ,w'.fW l " 'if ' f if WIT ix , , is lhlflll it ,i as J s ' N lfllllvlln Q ' 4 ,ty M' . l il: 'I' fi-ifixi wt-il l , 'U 25. , -l : TQ "N 1 l, ' ll ll. O ' U AX if qu H' ' ' iw s f if trgmm nh in M oo V lille iv 5 f f XNQV' '- fl XX will Motto :-We're the only people on earth. , l XX W Song :-Carry me back to olcl Virginia. f fi if Colors:--Dark blue and white. oft will - ll ' tbiiirern 'x iii Abbie Henkel - - President in KMA' Georgia Crockett - - Vice-President fr? ' of, 'ln :Al U Emma Brower - Secretary '?tf"1" 'l. 593120 ., Ed the Miller - - Treasurer ff of. ylli . ' y ef- ,I wi kv, J 76' Hllrmhrrz ,f fit-lf .. f M , ff .E MQ l ff G. Crockett Eclythe Miller x qw ' ' ' ff . - 4 si 5 fx: v Emma Brower Abbie Henkel of rf' e X X ut ny er ' l SX' R h S cl jf 'li mf ' WN '- W 1. vf, I X N' Qnnnrarg illirmhrrn 5 xi I ' 'Q ly i ' 1' X lxgfp ' ,f ,. Miss Holland Il: 7' ' 'f MJXE' - l I' i f Miss Burges Miss Richardson A, 34 .Woo Miss Umberger i I' V: 0 9 iai 5: 0 ag, . N X in 4, n We Miss Greever X A" , ii. W4 ,X X Y. Alngi. o . : Mr. X mg e-- xl: N " " Q so Q'-'L ' ' 1' 'A - Q'-17. Q g , X M7 X ' 142 ELIZABETHAN mississippi Glluh Motto :-"Firm as a rock." Song :-"I love thee, Mississippi." Flower :-Magnolia. Dishes:-Gumbo, fish, crabs, oysters, shrimp. Yell:-Brooma racker, fire cracker, Brooma racker, riss. Here We are, here we are, From dear old Miss. There are only three of us, But that's enough, Quality, not quantity, ls lVlississippi's stuff. Qbiiirrra 1 Gertrude Picard - - - President Annie Miller Diggs Vice-President Ola DuKate - Secretary and Treasurer ELIZABETHAN I Uhr Samir nf Swingin, imvnsrhnvaa Motto :-E Pluribus Unum. Colors :-Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. Flower :-A nosegay of goldenrod, blue-bonnets, daisies and rye. Yell :-Hikie, hikie, hi, Yilcie, yilcie, yi, We come from the ends of the earthg We're just the jolly four, But we're more'n fifty more For laughter, jokes and mirth. mrmhrrn Laura Darroch - - - Indiana Elizabeth Cargile - Kentucky Mary Spencer - - - Texas Charles Jelfords - - - Florida We are all Presidents, we are all Secretaries, and we are all Treasurefrls. 144 ELIZABETHAN Qlhrinimew Glluh Motto :-Have a good time while you can Flower :-Mistletoe. Patron Saint :-Professor H. Zehm. Vice-Patron Saint :-Miss Neta Umberger. illllemhma "Booze" Miss Blanche Nannette "Lazy" "Han Ban" "Bologny" Partner "l-lyamyn Miss "Fiddle Sticks" "Bean Pole" "Daddy" Miss Jenny Lind Miss Neta CC 9, Qnnnrarg illilvmhrra Mary King Mrs. Baird Mrs. Zelim ,, R A ,vb X A rg ,E ELIZABETHAN 145 Glhriatmaz Qllnh Entvrtainrh Initiating Party, given by Miss Hyams, evening, December ZI , l904. Candy Pulling, afternoon, December 23, l904. F east, given by G. Picard, evening, December 23, l904. Christmas Tree, at College, evening December 24, l904. Supper, given by Picard and DuKate, evening December 25, 1904. Informal Reception at College, evening December 26, l904. Flinch Party, given by Mrs. Zehm, afternoon December 27, l904. Entertained by Captain and Mrs. Edmondson, Elizabeth Heights, even ing December 27, l904. Entertained by Mr. and Mrs. King, evening December 28, l904. Entertained by Mrs. and Miss Baird, afternoon December 29, l904. Entertained by the Misses Dotger, evening December 29, l904. Entertained from seven until ten by Dr. and Mrs. Meisenheimer, evening December 31, l904. New Year's Party, from ten to one, given by Professor and Mrs. Zehm, evening December 31, 1904. if ,ja ., xl - 146 ELIZABETHAN TELEPHONE GIRL Mr. H-r-y O--r-a-h Gfvlvphnnv Gllnh Motto:-Hello, Central! Give me Heaven C361 Flower :-Forget-me-not. Favorite Dish :-l-luyler's Candy. Patron Saint :-Miss Creever. Messenger of the Gods:-Sammie, Bell Boy. Svnrnrwa in Glnllvgin Rhyne Rudisill Miss Seymour Miss Holland Jeflords Picard Baird Zliratrw in Hrhv Mr. J--n P--l L-c-s Mr. H-r--n K ---- l Mr. E-g--n R--l--y lVlr. O-t-s S-r-lc-e Mr. C--d--ll W--d--H Mr. L--r---e C-v---t-n ELIZABETHAN I Svtanh-Egg Motto :-l-lere we stand, we cannot do otherwise. Flower :-l-leart's Ease. Patron Saint :-Mr. King. Regulars: Mr. W - tk - - s Mr. R - y - e Mr. J - - lc - - s Mr. F - a - lc Mr. W - tk - - s tlbrrupntinnz in Eifv Attending all recitals at that dear Elizabeth College. Attending all receptions at that dear Elizabeth College. Attending everything they can at that dear Elizabeth College. Tipping the Bell Boy. "Sitting up" to the lady Principal. Getting on the good side of lVlr. King and Professor Zehm. Increasing the yearly receipts of the 4 C's. When not at Elizabeth, in Jordan's Drug Store. I48 ELIZABETHAN Glnnking Svrhnnl Colors:-Chocolate and Cream. Motto:-"Eat, drink and be merry," for to-morrow all's gone. Yell:-Am I ahrel Am I afire! Song:-"lim the king of bakers." Chief Cook :-Edythe Miller. Assistant Cook:-Abbie Henkel Granh Eatrra Georgia Crockett Mary Spencer Ruth Snyder lllustrated lectures, monthly, on the art of Cookology. Most High Chief Cook: Gertrude Picard assisted by Grand Cook Pauline Wilson. Glnllrgr Svhriekrrir Motto :-I yell, you yell, she yells, we yell You yell, they yell, all yell! Colors :-Yellow. Past Grand Yeller and Star Applauder: Lasses Wyse Tallest Yeller:-M. McCann Finest Yeller:--Ouida Colbert HOOUGANS 1 ., , -. V, . ..,. V" ' GROCERFES W-manova. E --1-' rsutvwfw '--' ' 1 HOOUGANS-HOOUGANS 149 f A 'A ' J , Y' 1 1 X-,W V W .FV V U . '..i,w,. . , .-'1- X V Y. , .I A ,ill r - A 'FH L ,H x-. - , V lg v Y , - x '. .Lg-.lf.-v:,'.g. N - .3-. -1 - ' 1 ' 94-1 11 ---, ,.sL:af-my-P , , W 41, my-Q. H'-r. ...Q 4-.,-fi: - , ',,' rj --Q ig- " :wx :naw . LM - N152 '11 v.l-fy., , f.- 'uf ' .Q ru' 'pu .--...V---1 3-7 1 .Jw . , ., . ' ' . , 1wT"",f ff-'-fb:--3 V, 3, fp, ,f M ., - 1, , , :. fx - , , , f Y W , A , ' , 4:Mb,1f,- . .-,V f V ., .. -. ,.:,,Yn ,,.v,k,g! ,xx 1 f , 4 Llf- v f . f , K r , 4 7' 1 ar ' 11 x f 5 A wa, , 's xi . 4 m gy' f- '11 'W' 5,4 ELIZABETHAN 151 Uhr Qnnligan iliamilg Gloomy Gus-Emma Brower Ze Cop-Miss Greever Der Captain-Mary Euphemia Miller Happy Hooligan-Ouida Marie Colbert Montmorency Hooligan-Lena Spinks Ma Katzenjammer-Mary Spencer Anderson Hans Katzenjammer-Clare Lockhardt Fritz Katzenjammer-Amy Edwards Jimmy-Helen Azile Rhyne Katie-Berta Moss Maud-May Dunlap Me London Friends-Lurline Welling and Mildred lVlclVlullan. Yell :-Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Hee! Never yet caught in deviltry! Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Haw! I-looligans, Hooligans, Ra! Ra! Ra! x, l I52 ELIZABETHAN Sung QTO tune of I-liawathaj. All the I-looligans are here, Give a cheer-what's to fear? For Policemen are all far away. Now the I-looligans rally in the G. T. Alley, Hurry, jimmy! Don't delay, Oh, we're up to excitement, Ne'er relent-ne'er repent, For everybocly's always down on usg Never mind, Hooligans, who's to care for all their fuss? CHORUS We'll ever follow fast our brothers dear, The cops we'll never fear, Our Captain always nearg With Monty, Happy, Gloomy, Jimmy slow- Hans, Fritz, and Katy show, Maud in the rear. x il, l Ls ill 3 ELIZABETHAN 153 11121115 nf thv Par 1 Y. W. C. A. Reception Cto new stndentsj ..................... Euchrestian Literary Society, Reception Cto new stuclcntsj .... .. Diatelean Literary Society, Reception Cto new studentsj .... Faculty Concert. ........................................ .. Public Lecture, by Dr. L. A. Fox, of Roanoke College. . . . Halloween Party ...............................,.. . . jx. x 15 7. 1 U. the gl-tostlkj clwellers oi' EllZCk.l36Tl'k X College, ge ore 1rxvLTeCl 5C 'to nsaehmble mm the Lower'Pxe.c51oYxS .September 24 ...October 1 . . .October 3 . .October 24 . .October 29 . .October 30, o'QlocK'Yol'xolCl Jtlfxemromxwucxl 'revel 'To exclude all wlmo are not 0.1-xXY'QCi QS beeol1'xeS SPWWTS 0 Q A p 0YX.SC-1AfXJ.T'ClQ.lj eve11irtq,Oe3rober:z,?QJt S430 I .Melihisto wiikl i 5Tuncl 1-eotdtl . pf - 9,1 X .V ' S' VJ. ., 1 1904 I 904 I 904 1904 1904 I 904 154 ELIZABETHAN Miss Williams' Reading Recital ..... .... N ovember 7, IQO4. Methodist Conference Entertained .... November 12, 1904 German by Cotillion Club ............. .. November 19, 1904 Senior Banquet ................................ November 26, IQO4 Reception to Carolinas, Y. W. C. A. Convention ..... November 28 1904 Public Lecture. by Rev. B. S. Brown ........,.... .... D ecember 5 1904 Lecture on Turkey, by Mrs. Thurston .... .... D ecember 6, 1904 Seniors, Night ........................ ..... J anuary 14, 1905. Students' Recital ........................ ..... I anuary 16 1905 A Farcial Comedy. "The Mouse-Trap"... ..... January 30 1905 German by Cotillion Club ........................ .... F ebruary II 1905 Lecture on Japan, by Mr. Okano, Yamato Danjii ..... .... F ebruary I3 1905 College Choral Society Concert ..................... ...... M arch 2 1905 Lecture by Prof. Jerome Dowd, subject, "Sociology',. .... April 28, 1905. Lecture by Prof. Jerome Dowdg subject. "Africa ........................... . .May 1, 1905. Oratorio--Haydn's HCreation'-by the Choral Society, Academy of Music .... May 23, 1905. Students' Informal Recital ................................................. March 4, IQO5 Faculty Concert .......... ..... IN larch 13, 1905 Students' Recital ................ ..... N larch , 1905 Literary Societies' Reception ..... ..... A pril 3 IQO5 Public Lecture ......,......... ..... A pril 1905 Students' Recital ................. .... A pril , 1905. College Choral Society Concert ..... . .. ..May IQO5 Senioris Reception to Juniors .................... .... M ay I3 IQ05 President's and Faculty's Reception to Seniors ..... .... lX flay I5 IQ05 Senior Brake Ride .............................. . .... May 1905 Juniors' Reception to Seniors .... .... M ay IQ 1905 Senior Class Play .......... . ........... May 1905 Baccalaureate Sermon ...... ........ .... C m orningj May 21, 1905 Address before Missionary Society .... ..... C eveningj May 21, 1905 Reception and Art Exhibit ........ ..... C afternoonj May 22, 1905 Annual Concert ,............ ..... C eveningj May 22, IQO5 Senior Class-Day Exercises ..... ...fafternoonl May 23 1905 Graduating Exercises ........ .-.-- f Cvfillillgl May 23, 1905 Q X 1 E ---'f-A S ,- Qv NX 'WWE L-2 4 311151 fur EHIII1 Wi-v 156 ELIZABETHAN , 0 mai? 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' F x t 1' ' 1 ' V1 I V rx 1 '. X X.. . . ' -I ' 17 Xa X X1 N ' 4 ,-..1. N' - 1 ' 1 . "1 ,, g- .1XX-1 . ' 1' . 1 ir Y " 1' 1 ' ' 1X X 1 1 f 1114 .N V 4 4 11 1 1 1- , .111 1. "1 H15 . 2 N A rf , "P -11 I1 7 .Xl .11 1 , .. V Q N1 1 V , . - X: T111 ' ' ' XX .X 1 1 . -1 1.5 1 1 1,:fs1u .-, '--1 1 1 .-1 1 1 1 1' , . X11,1 .s 1.1-1:1 5131 'f '1 '1 11631 1 1 1 1"" A 1 "V 5 1 -' "J '13 V' 1-'1'l'15QX' 1XX X 1-1 '14 , 1 X1 Xa X 11 jXX.- 1-9:-:X 1 1:17, X-r.3g11'j,51 X 1 1. -.1i'-Link" 1 1 14 .1.n1KvAn:11.1 f 11--111 " - '-- .-24.-. 1, 1" "I2?f 1 1-1 1 2 51 A1 1.1 111. .1 1? 'KI ' 1 'Wg .1 - .1544-11 ' ,11 ELIZABETHAN 161 Sfrvnvu frnm iKva1 ilifv A Svminr iinglizh llvmann I Time, l0:45-Room 3l. Picard fin a stage whisper, :-"Get her startedion the Annual, 'cause I haven't looked at my lesson." fLooks of approval from all the others., Adelaide :-"Miss Holland, did you say we were going to have a red or a purple binding for the annual?" Miss Holland:--"A purple, I think-Have you all pencil and paper?" Charlie :-"O Miss Holland, I have finished the class song and Miss Hyams has set it to music, and don't you Want me to write a class poem?', Mary Miller :-"Miss Holland, all the girls haven't had their pictures taken yet." Grace F. :-"I had mine taken but couldn't get one to suit me." Mary A. :-"I didn't have mine finished either." Mary M. fin a whisperl :-"They looked too much like her." Mary M. fKicking Nell under the seatl :-4"Say something, Nell." Miss H. :-"I must have those pictures by next week-but we must hurry on to the test." Picard :-"Don't you think it would be cute for the Seniors to have their pins and-er - - their pictures taken together?" Miss Holland :-"Yes-I will put these questions on the board." Mary A. :-"Miss Holland, I couldn't get any of those books. Some- body must have kept them all the time." Nell :-"I thought you said that test was for Saturday. I haven't pre- pared it." Class :-"So did I!" Miss H. :-"Well, I will continue this criticism of Shelley's poems then, and we will be sure to have the test on Saturday." "Adonais is classed as one of the most beautiful elegies in the English language," etc. Everything settles. Nell, if she hasn't something to eat in those pockets, goes to sleep, Mary A. studies Ethicsg Abbie draws pictures of Miss Holland, and Miss Hyams, from her place on the front seat, takes notes. 162 ELIZABETI-IAN 4 W 1 X . xffs ' Nix W fx? I -F3 I 'xx' ' 'QW ,ww f W if wi gy U "" , +51 'f Q' SQA' if A 45' T 5:25 . 402- f - .. - S55 4 1 1' 'M -005 wi? -Y U' Y 'A' ' A iv b 3947317-9 ,WVU-cg ,-v NQ .f ,Q 3 Eg. lX"rw1-H' f 52 N x 1' 3 7, l A 'L A XE: I I yi ' :N : '1f, - - "" " Ci ? Q 'B 'Tfli 0 f 0 . .4 1 . 14 Q 'fww -A4-,x 'x Tag g Q-N , Wafffv -f g faq as 'l- X Tl f Ik " J X v xi- K X 1 H -ff? - 'Mx X QI - .w x - 5 Y ""'?:f1?H I u , 1-"1 by 4 g a wk .Mu -1 ,1-U -We-nk MX RF! wb 7-Oo wg .I -1- 1 ' ' , " Q ' N: W ff H X , Que - ' ' fr Q if l l: B 'i gm 5 5 S 151557 4, +i3 - 'IX' .JP f Q f 'Qing ""' wry Hifi T J ,fv 7551 ...f..1 1- if I ' "1-. .V . ' A4 ff Q X W7 MISS LATHAM, Teacher SENIOR MARK ELIZABETHAN ,163 Svvninr ltintnrg 0112155 Edmonson :-"Good morning, young ladies. Are we all here? Let me see, there are eight of us. Well, young ladies, I am sure you have all studied this lesson very abruptly." CPI-urns to windowj "Don't you all think it is right close in here? I am such an unreliable person I cannot depend on my feeling." fputs handkerchief on chair, steps up, lowers window one-tenth of an inch, steps down, shakes handkerchief vigorously, and resumesD. "Miss Fitts, will you please give us a general outline of the lesson." Fitts :-"Well, er- - 'ifmumbling something unintelligiblyl. Edmondson :-"Yes ma'am, yes maiam, I catch your idea. Now, Miss Fitts, what do you know about the kind of government in Switzerland. Have any of you young ladies ever been in Switzerland?', Adelaide fin undertoneD :-"Yes, I do my shopping there." Edmonson :-"Well, during my short residence there it was very easy to see the attitude of the people towards their ruler." fI..ooks around wildly., "Do you feel this draught on you, Miss Jeffords? Well, I will lower this other window." fPuts down handkerchief, raises window, moves chair to other window and repeats other operationj "Yes ma'am, yes ma'am, I don't want any of you to be uncomfortable-e-But let's come back to the subject." Bell rings. Edmonson pulls out watch, all the class rise and crane necks to catch a glimpse of the life-sized portrait of his better half, in the front of his watch. fl-le turns over a dozen pages, hastily, and several times., "Well, we didn't quite finish the lesson to-day, but I'm sure you all have studied it carefully and have gotten at the very bottom of it." Miss ,Ieffords nods, and all retire. I ELIZABETHAN xx j ,vm I Ja ,f ,F iff.: v A, 1 JN , - 'X X J 9 2, X xi 2, 10 A N H Q Q I X S3 x 5 QXQQTS X X x xx N-.v' will YW X X xxx Y yy. p Q31 -J K, X - gixfj X x x-g I X, N I RQ Ng - sw K f .X f , I i I f ""' QW ' , I w- XX K l " yay XX .X ,xx XX X xl b 'A xx-, QR 491 X K D Q f X X X' C XX ff X . 4 x X Q .1 X 'X 'Q 2 X X 'XX - 5 I ' in-n : 5 X ,MJ 4, N ,247 E J? SN X. E Q mf.- XQQ X -- w 0' . X Q: E' ,N .' XX, I .7 U ' S' gift sf . 'X Xik x X k 'KS X5 X ox x X Q We 5Ag:'g-Ll ,Q X J XX S i 1 4 ,Q X ' S I V, 9 e NNW , i, X i x N 49 gg xx Z W ,,.. 411 'QX 16 ' XX XX 2 I. N N 'Ng Q 'LU 'X XX f N f x fi S 1 5 ' Q 5 XX N I 3 xi gd 5 " 4 ' f X Qx, X k I UXAX A N K' xxx X: fy63 L "LZ Lo qw F ,Vw xi l -1 - Z .JZ-' jg, bfi X . f ff- ,mf 75 xx - ' ' 71 X ,-'mf ff' 'gf I, R- X. I? - ix: K ff S xf X15 QNX fur .5 ' v i Q EASE! NNN Xi-7' ww W4 QR 44gw.'2 M .X ' IC A , fir , , 1 ' xv Y 'Q 4, 'UW WN . I .AQ , ,f fm Ulu 1 1 finaly! ,- MR 4' x W yy K 1? f f U I we uk XX 3 S W XQNXXS X , 14'--J f jf - ELIZABETHAN 165 Smit! at Elizahrth Ola:-" 'Boozef meet me half way? I'm scared." Gerty:-"I wonder where Pauline is? I have not seen her for ten minutes." Pauline :-"Aw, go off," and "I am looking for Gertyf' Helen :-All right, darling." Myrtle :-"O, pshaw!" fin high CD. Abbie :-"By hooky, Crockett, don't sit on my specs." Mrs. Zehm :-"Ess it?" Lasses :--"Ta-ber-ni-cle, come home I say." Annie Lou :-"W-e-l-l sur!" Franke :-"G-e-e, man." Betsy :-"Now you know you don't." Mamie :-"Every-body come to the Gymf, Texas :-"I dicln't know we had to --." Lottie :-"Perfect sepulchritude, speaking hychronicallyf, Miss Burges :-''Goody-Goody-Goody-Goody." Miss Umberger :-"Now what is the matter with you?" Hannah B. :-"By Grabs." Miss Cap. :-"Look at him." Miss Latham :-"Bless his heart." Pres. K. :-"Good-morning, good-morning, Miss-er-.' Miss Brown :-"I never shall forget them oxenf' M. Miller :-"See here, girls." Pearle :-"All right, darling." Charlie :-"That wants to be -ii." Prof. Zehm :-"I am requested to announce -- E. Boyle :-"I've just got to study." Miss Holland :-"lt's better than that in Virginia." 166 ELIZABETHAN Miss Seymour :-"That's pretty good, too. Miss Saxton :-"Well' I'll declare." Fannie Louise :-"Glory be to Goodnessf, Miss Richardson:-"Please pass the pickle?" Nell Orr :-"My friend, Mr. -.ii Adelaide:-"Well, Pa-u-line, what do you know? A. D. :-"P-e-o-p-l-e." Mary R. :-"V-e-r-y wellf' Miss Willis :-"Well, that's the limit." LI' e sghfx ELIZABETHAN 167 Ahuvriimamvntn want Qlnlumu Wanted:- To know more about the Franks.-R. Snyder. For Miss Holland, presence of mind, for her absence of mind is con spicuous. A private telephone line.-H. Baird. Miss Holland, forever.-Eva. A bottle of smelling salts.-Miss Saxton. Something to eat.-Franke and Annie Lou. The mumps, during exam. week.-Pauline. Someone to keep track of Charlie's books. A chain to hold Plautus "Captivi." The nerve to skip class.-C. E.. Jeffords. Some fossils for Miss Latham. By Senior Specials, the privilege, from the Seniors, to organize a class. A grindstone to sharpen knives for the Botany Class. Someone to donate class colors to the Junior Specials. " Blunt CEn1umn" Lost :- Sleep, during the Holidays.-The Xmas Club. During the Holidays, Senior Dignity.- Senior Class President. Music.-Heath. All powers of speech, while delivering lecture on Coleridge.-Cu. Picard Found:-Q A handsome "Booty-A. Henkel. A tame "Wolfe."-H. Baird. 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CABQMNAS If new things are to be had, in the way of Dress Goods, Trim- mings, Ladies' Furnishings, Millinery, Coat Suits, House Furnish- ings, Etc., you will always find them in our stores. We keep a resident buyer in New York, who keeps us posted on all that is new and stylish. Besides the above lines, we carry large stocks of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Crockery, jewelry, Cut Glass, Men's and Ladies, Fine Shoes of the best makes, Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE FoLLow1NG SPECIALS : H Centimeri " Kid Gloves. Krippendorf, Drew Selby and American Lady Fine shoes from 32.00 to 33.50. Men's " Knox" Shoe, 35.00. Crossett and American Gentleman, 33.50 to 34.00. H Hawe's" Hats, 33.00. " Dilworth" Hats, 32.50. A FIRST CLASS JEWELER and OPTICIAN, with a full stock of Optical Goods always on hand. The Little-Long Co. Wholesale and Retail, CHARLQTTE, N. C. ELIZHBE TH COLLEGE PEOPLE ,The Faculty, Jtudents and Friends Have a cordial invitation to our Millinery Parlors, where the highest grade and most Fashionable Millinery can be had at popular prices. . . Prices all in plain figures here. No special Discounts or Commissions to any one-one price to all. The Newest and Best there is in Dress Goods and Silks can always be found in our Dress Goods Department. Buying and Selling for Spot Cash, we undersell other Stores. We want and appreciate your trade. THE BEE HI UE Department .Ytore Corner Trade and College J'ts. DEPOSIT IN A Queen City Steam Dyeing Na 1707161 l Btlltk and Cleaning Works O B P 5.5 t t O t-H THE ONLY COMPLE:II.'E-1-DYE HOUSE IN UI' -lOll1' 61' Q11 . Il G1'6S 61' 1 - THIS S A E cates afford a high-class and absolutely safe investment payable upon demand THE Merchants and Farmers National Bank 35 E. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. Nearest to the College. Established 35 years. Assets SI,350,000.00 Geo. E. Wilson, Pi-est. C. N. Evans, Cashier Dyers and Cleaners of LADIES' and MEN'S CLOTHES, Curtains of all kinds, Furniture Coverings, Blankets, Window Draperies, etc. Ladies' Silk waists, Laces, Kid Gloves. Slippers and Gowns of all fine fabrics DRY CLEANED. DYEING AND CLEANING OF ALL KINDS 1VIrs. I. lVI. Hester, Propt's 209 N. Tryon St. Phone 246 CHARLOTTE, N. C. T1-1E Commercial National Bank OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. United States Depository Stands First on the Honor Roll of Nat. Banks in N. C. and Two hundred and twelfth in the U. S. Capital S200,000.00 Surplus and Profits fB350,000.00 w. E. HOLT, PRESIDENT R. A. DUNN, vice P A. G. BRENIZER, cfismea DIRECTORS W E HO T R. A. DUNN, I. BA KS OLT R M ER E LE Bao lvl S H, c. cc s, D R G c Hour, D. H. ANDERSD FRANCIS S. coPE, c. w. Jo sToN WE OFFER YOU Experience, Large Resources, Unusual Facilities, Liberal Dealing, Courteous Treatment, Assistance in Handling Prop- erties, Aid in Promoting Enterprises 42 Compound Interest Is Earned by SAVINGS ACCOUNTS WITH T1-115 SOUTHERN STATES TRUST COIVIPANY Capital S200,000 CHARLOTTE, N. C. GEORGE STEPHENS, Pres. T. S. FRANKLIN, W. H. WOOD, V.-Pres. Treas. il. H. WASHBURN COTTON MILL MACHINERY Steam and Electric Power Plants Estimates Furnished Correspondence Solicited Charlotte, North Carolina SODA WATER ICE CREAIVI The most exclusive, re- fined place in Charlotte 4 Elizabeth Students are requested to use us any and all the time . . HOT CHOCOLATE CANDIES Columbus N. G. Butt Thomas Ch-iflith COLD FEET He pauses stifiiy and sedate, A lump within his throat is growingg Matilda's at the garden gate, Her ev'ry pulse within her glowing. NVhen Jeremiah sauntered down The shady lane he fashioned duly Each word he meant to say-they've flown! There's witchery about her, truly. What is the charm that dwells within That pair of rougish eyes, I wonder? His ears are buzzing with the din Of words that sound like distant thunder. But where's the speech this loving swain Declaimed a while ago so easy, XVhen he came walking down the lane With mien and heart so light and breezy? Ah! where's the speech of yesterday, And others of the sort he'd utter- Or meant to? All have flown awayg His lips are dumb, his heart a-flutter. To-night he meant to tell his love- , He was so brave before he met her. it But now, alas! in treasure trove His tongue is tied and in a fetter. Ahl finally his words they come, The words of this devoted loverg No longer stands he dazed and dumb, The spell of speechlessness is over. The words impassioned greet her ear- With thrill and thrall Matilda's swaying For Jeremiah says: "This year The folks'll start in early haying." You will have cold feet, too, if your property burns and you have no policy with the label "Insurance Headquarters" on it. .0 0 .0 C. N. G. Butt Q Co. INSURANCE HEADQUARTERS 'K Bnuk,Statinnelq1allrt Stare B O C K S Fine Stationery Artists' Materials Expert Picture F r a mi n g ., ,,,.. X.. , X 1.1, A A-,V xt, qftkwg' ,If S'l'0llE-Blllllllllllllll U0 22 S. Tryon St., CHARLOTTE, N. C. Miller-lion llless Go. FINE GROGERIES HND SPEGlllhTlES I A FULL STOCK OF DAINTIES FOR THE College Girl North Tryon Street We Are Always Glad to See You We Make as Good Soda Water and Ice Cream as can be made Sole Agents for Huylei-'s Candies Everything in Drugs Come in and rest while wait- ing for car. R. H. JORDAN at co, Phone 7 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Usher Eros. Fancy Groceries Fruits and Conieetions llbbones 341 anb 416 Prompt Delivery 221 East Trade Street CHHRIJOTTE, N. C. JUS GARIBALDI WILL BRUNS ' HARRY DIXUN Garibaldi ri Bruns Watcnmakers, dewelers and Engravers Wedding Invitations and Visiting Cards Engraved No. I4 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. The largest assortment of Fine Gold Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Clocks and Hand Painted China in the State. Weddington Hardware Company JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE Our aim always, is to carry a full supply of everything kept in a Hardware Store. Our stock of Spring and Staple articles is now complete. When in the market for anything in this line dOll,t forget Headquarters are 29 E. Trade St. We will be glad to show you through our stock. Weddington Hardware Company 29 E. Trade St. CHARLOTTE, N. C. gl.N.MUll8llSIHllII H ull. Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Slate and Tin Roofing, Orna- mental Galvanized Iron Work IVIANTELS, TILES, GRATES Complete Line of Kitchen Utensils 221 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. FRANK GILREATH H. M. VICTOR President Cashi First National Bank CHARLOTTE, N. C. ORGANIZED 1865 Capital - - - - 5 3oo,ooo.oo Assets ----- 1,746,797.a5 Your business respectfully solicited. Every courtesy and accom- modation extended consistent with sound banking. H. IVI. Victor, Cashier The Best Attired Women IN cnnnrorrr will be those wearing our Exclusive Shoes Our Shoes have a style and in- dividuality not noticeable about the shoes you buy elsewhere In Every Instance the Shoe Styles here are down to the hour. Berryhill, Bryan 8: Co. E pay for this space in order to have the Oppor- tunity to invite the Fac- ulty and Students of Elizabeth College to make our store their shopping' headquarters in the Dry Goods line. We keep a class of goods that will appeal to you. .aid-.al J. B. IVEY 81. CO. I3 W. TRADE ST. CHARLOTTE, N. CAROLINA INO. W. TODD CO., - Proprietors E. F. CRESWELL, - - - Manager GEM RESTAURANT A L W A Y S O P E N Finest Line of Fruits in City Special Attention to BOX Lunches 19 S. Tryon St., - Charlotte, N. C. Ed. Mellon Companyeal CLOTI-IIERS FURNISI-IERS ij! I-IATTERS 8 and 10 West Trade Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. 'SQQWXXXXXN ' llffwfmi f S coN"94 Z . 'A 5, Qui J Il o yffflllll ll l W 'S' L O T T ff 4 :I C... 42235-E T ,QT , 3563. - ' Ili O Wi' Yr K Qi: Q Mi' . :ws Jimi X ills 0, X NW- Wil' Q X 1-!'TGra1":::g - 7 uw' S A . 2 rd illlly? 2 ggi 15 T -. Elini! :wrt LL! 4. 1 ,f,I, we yuni :Ulla .,. ,Q l 5 AL f L . gun: g!ll'1: m I ,px LM mug :aw ... I ., 5,. nga!! gm: I 1 15'? I2 ' 7' ami, 1 -27 U' Q - will :N A 7 .... ,I l l , ,I - x Q ,"lm.' AWK D 7 v IL- . .....- , .tx . f Q dlllll' 1 - - , . .' 'I ff J 1 .X 'A Q H59 Q X -. X,-4" N W Q :I XX ' K. up ,' x "THE STAMP OF PERFECTIONH Our name on machinery means that in its manufacture quality was the first considerationg price, the second. That is why we grow. ef- ef- ts" MANUFACTURERS OF Cotton Mill, Cotton Oil and Other ' MACHINERY 1.-T Steam and Hot Water Heating Systems THE Charlotte National Bank CHARLOTTE, N. C. 0 OU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED rnake use of the extensive facili- ties offered by this Bank to its Customers and Friendsf '29 J' .al .8 All communications from non-residents concerning the City of Charlotte and its many advantages, will be answered with great pleasure. '29 J .29 .29 J .99 W. H. TWITTY, Cashier. H C ECCLES G. W. BRYAN BUFORD HOTEL BELMONT ANNEX ECCLES 8L BRYAN P R O P R I E T O R S Midway Between Florida and New Yok MODEL STEAM LAUNDN-lf COMPANY I TELEPHONE 160 Corner Church and Fifth Streets CHARLOTTE, N. C. F URNITUR E li! COMPANY, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE House Furnishing Goods 26 East Trade Street CHARLOTTE, - N. CAROLINA Allen Hardware Co. Vvholesale and Retail 30 East Trade St. -ai Charlotte, N. Carolina WE KEEP the most complete and up-to-date stock of HARDWARE to be found in the city. You will find almost anything you wish in this line by calling at our place. Some of our specialties are Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators, Builders' Supplies, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Razors, 8i.c. ll We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Buckls Stoves and Ranges, The Oliver Chilled Plows Qbest on earthj, The Hagey King Heaters, and lots of others of the very BEST specialties on the market. Call or write us for prices. UJE G UHRHNTEE PRI CES 1 I I I I 1108 Chestnut St., Philadelphia We have our own Photograph Gallery for Half Tone and Photo Engraving. Fashionable Engraving I U,,.:.'iLStationery LEADING HOUSE FOR COLLEGE. SCHOOL AND WEDDING INVITA TIONS DANCE PROGRAMS, MENUS BEFORE onoenmo ELSEWHERE C MPARE SAMPLES FINE EN RAVING OF pR Au. NDS Intercollegiate Bureau. COTRELL 84. LEONARD, ALBANY, N. Y. DWHOLESALE MAKERS opp A THE Caps and Gowns ILLUSTRATED BULLETIN, SAMPLES, ETC., UPON APPLICATION. Parker-Gardner Company I6 WEST TRADE STREET Charlotte, North Carolina WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furnziwfe, Cczrpeiy, Cumzms and Rugs The best Piano Department in the State, handling Chickering, Knabe, Ivers and Pond and other Fine Makers TERMS REASONABLE PRICES THE LOWEST WRITE FOR NEW CATALOGUES A. R. Willman Plumbing Co. HEATING PLUMBING GA S-FITTING Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, Terra Cotta Pipe, Wood and Iron Pumps, etc., constantly on hand. Garden Hose, Reels, etc. Agents for Gurney Hot Water Heaters CHARLOTTE, N. CAROLINA FIFTH AVENUE TIE VJ111.-65 . 42: A 1g.'ff."goYs,b 6 I Q39 ., .ILL-gif ' ' "' ,442 QQ I 'G THE COLLEGE STYLE Patent Leather, Chocolate, Vici 81, Dress Kid Price 53.00 THE SMARTEST STYLE GILREATH 81. CO. Shoe Dealers Style Producers R6 is E have opened an up-to-date Shoe Store and will carry a full line of fine footwear in all the latest styles. We have selected our lines to meet the demands of those who want a stylish shoe combined with service. .al .al .al J .al .X as ibsen irl are aes 41353.56 are noted for their splendid style, smooth, firm leathers, faultless fit- ting qualities and excellent service. We are the only exclusive shoe people east of Tryon Street. We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line, feeling satisfied We can meet all the requirements. fr 'rr iterexnen fill eir W. CLARENCE REID, Manager. Corner College and Trade Sts. The Gravure I 1240 - 1260 III 0 n Caxton Buildlng CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Compan! Publishers of HIGH-CLASS PHOTO GRAVURES For specimens see illustrations of Elizabeth College In this work. women's Medical College Of Baltimore Cor. McCulloh and Hoflman Sts., Baltimore, Md. lHllHlllIliH ELINIE IND LlBlllllllUHY INSTHUIJTIUNS Special Attention Paid to Each Individual Student EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN Send lor Catalogue, and address S. GRIFFITH DAVIS, M. D., Dean. There are more Students Accommodaled at the CENTRAL HOTEL CHARLOTTE, N. C Than any other Hotel in North Carolina. This Hotel is headquarters lor Elizabeth College Students C. E. HOOPER 81, CO., Proprietors SEAY 61 EUTSLER Up-to-Date Photographers fSu cces sors to J. T-I. Van Nessj 21 NORTH TRYON STREET we 0 I? vi' J iff Qt? For the newest, swellest and most up-to-date ideas in Photography visit their studio. They show you exclusive effecfts i Q in posing and lighting. O '-Iiliz-:ahvth Qlnllrgv Svtatinnvrg Emhnaavh in tEnIh, igurplv ann ililue 11..1.-1---.,rt--mmm ---.4- ami.----...r -A---- ....-Q'--.,. .----1 ...I ----- .,1tff-ummm.-Ito-W I-Iouston, Dixon 81 Company FRANK C. DIXON CLARENCE WEARN CEihann Ennka zmh Elgirturw, Uvnnia Balls, Eiarkets, New Basket Eialln, Gulf Mumba 1 CALL AND SEE U5 NO. I0 S. TRYON ST. O. RADER, Photographer THE RICI-IEST, DAINTIEST EFFECTS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Are to be found in our New Style Up-to-date ARISTO PLATINO PRINTS with or without folder Covers mhese folders give to a portrait a style and dignity that add greatly to its attractiveness. l1IWe shall feel honored by an opportunity to show you specimen of our work and trust we may be favored by an examination of it at your earliest convenience ...... o. J. RADER GROUND FLOOR STUDIO ' 4' No. I West 5th Street fo Founded 1842 STIEFF PIANOS "Sing their own praise" One of the Greatest characteristics I d ' 'd I ' of the past and present day is n The Individuality of the STIEFF Piano is its chief charm. There is NO other Piano just like the STIEFF. Others try to imitate, but some- how they fail to reach that " everything"-that "individuality H characteristic of the STIEFF Piano. THE STIEFF PIANO enjoys still another "individuality " foreign to any other great make. It is sold direct to the user instead of to the retail dealer to resell. This individuality keeps the retail dealerls big profits in your home, and yet you secure an ideal piano, one that will meet every demand of the greatest pianists or the most exacting musician. It costs no more than a medium grade, or more likely cheap piano through the middleman. ELIZABETH COLLEGE CONSERVATORY uses the Stieff Piano exclusively for practice. Write for catalogues, prices, etc. Jo. Lllarerooms: 2II:2I5 N. Tryon J't. CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA C. H. WILMOTH, MANAGER Ur. E. P. KEEHANS--Dr. J. L. KEEHANS DENTISTS N0. 7 WEST TRADE STREET Office Phone I58 Dr. Keerans' Residence Phone IO46 Dr. C. L. ALEXANDER DENTIST No. 8 South Tryon Street Phone 166-U TI-IE DENN Charlotte's Representative Cafe and Restaurant A Flemish Grill A Ladies' Dining Room A Business Man's Luncheon Service a la Carte or a Ia Russe Everything in Season well Served W. R. GARDINER Manager J' .29 .al rj .af .al .al .al .al .29 QUEEN CITY PRINTING COMPANY CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA l"i1 , I , fQr111ti11-qGKumnang, rx CHARLOTTE NC fy Q 'EW C-.ILAR 9 51 xy QV ,M ' K J I,I 1 x F 661111 Lilly L11 jg: I CATALOG BUILDERS ANNUAL BUILDERS .25 .ai .al J- .25 .al J' .al df .af- IF You ARE COMING to CHARLOTTE and would like a home near Elizabeth, we can offer you some of the Hnest building lots now unsold in that vicinity on IF You HAVE MONEY TO INVEST we can offer you a wide variety of real estate in city or suburbs. Also first mortgage loans on real estate, or seven per cent. preferred stocks in some of our finest new cotton mills, as well as the common stocks, or North Carolina State Bonds or any other investment securities you may care to order. F. C. Abbott 81 Co. Everything in Real Estate High Grade Investment Securities ENGRAVED Blifflgllfllt, Zkimibersarg aah genital Qlinhitatinns Steel Embossed Stationery, Wedding, At Home and Visiting Cards Send for our Samples and Prices J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. ATLANTA, GA. Trust Building CHARLUTTE, N' C' Special Club Rates to Students on Visiting Cards Everett, Waddey CO. Catawba Power RICHMOND, VA. Company MAKERS OF at g Glnmmenremrnt A, Q t FNf7ZZ.Jb6J all llie Eleetrzdty .ilnmtahnna M, in ,be Engmmlh mulling Ellzezletlz College QIEIYEK, Elf. Bu liffgj College Annuals a Specialty FOR LIGHTING, ETC. as 5-2 xt- THE AIR OF SPRING Has wafted into every department of this great establishment, and the dainty, sheer pretty things that delight the feminine heart are now open for inspection. So come, you'l1 breathe the sweet fragrance of all that is good and beautiful. And, besides, you will have the satisfaction of knowing this IS a centre from which all bargains radiate. . OUR WINSOME MILLINERY SHOW Winsome is the wordg tits the case exactly. As a harmonious whole it is complete. Individualized it is a delight. Exclusiveness marks its every feature. A grand edu- cational exhibit of millinery effects that will be in high popular favor this spring and summer. The choicest creations of all the fashion centre's-New York, Paris, Lon- don, etc.-handiworks of the world's greatest modistes are shown along with crea- tions from our elegant work-rooms. OUR RIBBON DEPARTMENT Shows to what perfection it can be brought. A very flower garden of matchless color. A very harvest of practical economy. Ribbons for sashes, rosettes, millinery, neckwear and numberless other uses. Quantities and qualities defy description. LACES, EMBROIDERIES, 'PRIM NIING S Three mammoth collections-each a cause for pride-for the proit of all who avail themselves of these surprising values-each an introductory special. DRY GOODS STORE Our Dress Goods stock has never been more carefully selected nor have we ever had a better assortment and variety of the different fabrics in both foreign and domestic goods than we are showing. Take our REGULAR SHOE STORE The finishing touch to a graceful attire is a pretty, dressy shoe or slipper. None possess so many points of excellence as the "Portia" or "Regina." They are the perfection of fit and workmanship, combining durability with style, and graceful- ness with ease. The lady who wears these shoes wears the best, and after one trial will wear no other. Now, as we have stores in Charlotte, Salisbury, Monroe, Wax- ham, Gastonia and Greensboro, we are forced to buy in big quantities and, of course, we do buy and sell goods cheaper than any house south of the Potomac. YN'HOLESALE RETAIL CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH PHONE 256 5 '11-15-19-21 EAST TRADE STREET CHARLOTTE, N. C. Pocahontas STEAM, DOMESTIC AND BLACKSMITH CGALS Standard Ice and Fuel Company Choice Cut Flowers Of All Kinds At All Seasons We make a specialty of handling only the best in cut Howers, and we are in a position to execute any order on short notice. Uptown Store 35 N. Tryon Street Local and Long Dlstance Phone DILWORTH FLORAL GARDENS Phone P' O' BOX 127 W. G. MOPHEE, Prop. 1. W. WADSWORTH'S SONS Co. AND WADSWORTH'S TRANSFER Co. We make a specialty of Medals, Class Pins and Rings, and Emblem ,Ag Goods of every descrip- tion. Wdte us when in need of any of the above. Our Repair Department is fully equipped and your Repair Work of every kind will have prompt attention ..... 5 North Tryon Street Stylish Livery and Baggage and Passenger Service et! TELEPHONE NUMBER ze We have mofved to the Ole! China Hel!! On West T rezde Street and have in stock about 8 carloads of goods for the wholesale trade- also about 3 cars for retail WE NOW OOOUPY 26-30 West Trade Street and will be glad to welcome all our old customers and as many new ones as feel disposed to favor us with their H. G. LINK GROCERIES AND PRODUCE CHARLOTTE, N. c. ESTABLISHED 1892 STEPHEN LANE FOLGER Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry Club and College Pins and Rings Gold and Silver Medals l8O Broadway, N EW YORK ffgdez . AUAMS GRAIN ANU PHUVISIUN EU. 3tlSf2.Ct10I1 guaranteed or money re- funded, Wholesale Youfsfofbusiness- noun, Gmuus AND PAcluNe House PRODUCTS Dr. H. C. HENDEHSO DENTIST HUNT BUILDING The Charlotte Millinery Offers the most up-to-date styles at lowest prices. Special Rates to College Girls I6 West Trade Street Mrs. A. G. I-IESTER 507 S. Tryon Street Fashionable Dressmaking and Ladies Tailoring Pressing Ladles' Clothing a Specialty Promptness and Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 495 Charlotte, N. O. Mecklenburg Flour Mills Makes the best pure Hour on the market Pride ogliaharlotte Brand is made from the best grade of Shenandoah Valley wheat, and is used exclusively by Elizabeth College, which fact accounts in large measure for the remarkable .at HEALTH AND BEAUTY OF .al ELIZABETH COLLEGE STUDENTS 'hr Mall illllark nf fRriinrmrnt K mm ww PIANOS A MASON 81: HAMLIN, CONOVER, CABLE OR KINGSBURY Piano in your home, is a hall mark of refined taste and good breeding. Each name is a synonym of popularity and merit. The above named pianos are known and appreciated by the best musi- cians the world over, for their splendid tone qualities, and each is a leader of its class among the foremost pianos of the world. These magnincent instruments can be had on our popular easy payment plan, at prices far below those asked by others for instruments of equal merit. Write for our beautiful illustrated booklet, entitled, "A TRIP AROUND AND THROUGH THE LoU1sANA PURCHASE EXPosr'r1oN." The most expen- sive booklet of the Worldis fair given absolutely free to those Who Will drop us a postal, asking for it. Address Department U. THE CABLE COMPANY Largest Manufaclurers of Piano: and Organs in llze' World EXCLUSIVE FACTORS ASON AMLIN PIANOFORTES and ORGANS FACTORY BRANCHES 282 King Street l4l2 Main Street CHARLESTON, S. C. COLUMBUIA, S. C. Mvrarh Qlnnnvruatnrg nf unit Connected with Elizabeth College F or Women The Conservatory of Music has Four Distinct Advantages iff' if lst.-It has not merely a well organized department of music, but a separate, well-equipped COHSCl'Vat0l'y Building, devoted exclusively to music. Zd.-The Conservatory has a distinct individual life, having a separate Faculty, under the management of a director of eminent abilities. 3rd.-Every department in the Conservatory is in charge of a specialist of extended experience in that department. 4th.-The Conservatory is associated with the College, and its students live in thefCollee atmosphere. 9 ' . . 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