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

 - Class of 1910

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JVN. 5 KI. .1 'IH 'L A ,'.I.v9+- n --I ' "V,-ver Q 1 rn- Sgfg- '-.. v ,, 1 J "gi 'A ' ' 'iiqfigi-0 JS' -j'2.' rw H6X??T0', f'-C7 3 1. '49, Q 1 ., Nnffgs usd-4.3 A ELIZABETH "I5lll- lgrngrrnz 115 'I-O Q -D iii I PH ledge W nce to that of Kno of Igno fa E L1 C 3 OJ -Q 4-a E o :- U-4 a Dream '-4-4 C U 'U 5 fi' .Q T GJ -Q 4-a 3-1 GJ Und elivered D THE ELIZABETHAN STAFF EEN' ,L-V: Q,j'fB1r'-kt Xf,.x8-JW? VLVV TKT- :Da wood fyg ,Hou STC: 1'1..'u,9 'll 'rift Nw-oag 'YH '- CDA-Te,s 'lQ B695 'Pew--v-K3 'H I ,Piqw-wi Ta Mm- Sass CS-"U Yf.d.tbCva"x'1-!'1. duliggy-5 I Mgvd,Wd2HbUvmxH SuSE: XNroolex5'45 1 viiti-Ie. W11':L.i1vg,4QQLi-Q 'sg Besnwsf- F32-FQQQM-., Clava Q,g,-rf:e.w'1'?f2.'w1 A ,S 2 55""' WWf5" 1 If '11 l r Vw rf V 1 ff NS N. X h PK' g ' x V W --Mx, L The Elzwbeflmn W ff' 'Q .g. F, i 3 V f 4 4:-fl We 5 Fd dbyzz , CZ fN t H d ci dfn FZ btlCZZg 1 Cl lit 'V IIC Z , ' 1 7' 1 L " ' 'x f ' 1 fi n + 1 Q ,f The Qlilass uf 1910 respectfully hebieates this hnlume to cbenrge E. watts as a token of appretiatinn for his kinbness ann generosity tn our Qlnllege 4 Awww rwhw ' 'H "V L GEORGE W. WATTS FRONT VIEW MAIN BUILDING, ELIZABETH COLLEGE LOOKING FROM ELIZABETH COLLEGE TOWARD THE CITY To Elizabeth I. Jfair QEli5aheth! thee habe we loheo from earliest years, QBur sweetest joys ano hitterest tears Zlrouno thee twine. II. Qlihe hear olo Qlollege halls ring forth thy praise, QEarh fono, familiar spot lingers in my ga5e Quo hrings bark bays that are to he no more. III. Tlilhe Cllampus filleo with towering trees, bwept quietly hy the Qutumn hreegeg Ziaow oft our footsteps lingereo there among the falling leahes. IV. . when we haue left thy sarreo walls to journey far in oistant lanos what e'er surress awaits us there Uihe praise with thee we'll eher share Uihrough all the future years. M. E. K. 8 Editorial let this, our Qnnual, a lnhing memory he jfnr us to eher think of tnhat tne'he been Qui: reah the returhs ut happiest bays when tue mere Sveninrs in 1910 9 Annual Staff Editor in Chief . Literary Editors . Art Editors Social Editor Religious Editor . Joke Editors . Editor of Expression Department Editor of Athletic Department Subscription Editors . . Editors of Music Department Business Manager . . Assistant Business Manager 10 ERNESTINE GRAICHEN EVA Cov1NGToN EVELYN LEE LULA CARPENTER HAZEL RoB1NsoN ZULA HEDRICK ANNICE SILER ETHEL NORTHEY ADDIE HINSON MARY E. KINQ BERTHA DOTGER MAMIE LEWIS EVELYN RUCKER LULA CARPENTER RUTH LILLARD RUTH BRADLEY LOUISE HIPP SARAH HOUSEAL ANNUAL STAFF 4 W. 1 A v-' 'a'. ni .-.4-'V ,.-,Lf wf', ,I u,,q , QM Tm 7 ," L,,.f li... 4 1 , 1 .. N 2 ,.w, ,,. tl' ff r 1 ,li Q. A ..- .., v, , ., +A " . Q N4 1 ,f - 2' Q l Zu , ' 2' 4 '5 1- X 4 0 ' F i wi "HI a ,-2' 'A i 4 'rf , Joh?- . v - .Q ., . Y,. , 4 , NOVVLEDGE anc1f'Wisdo'm, farffrom 'laqeiug Q1.'lC,' Have ofttimes ho counectioh. Khoivvledlgedizvells In heads repletewvith thoughts of other merig Wisdom, in fmincls 'attentive to 'th6ili'.OW1'1. - ' Knowledge, a rude, unprofignble irlass, V ' The mere materials .with which VYiSCi01'l:L buiillclss Till' smoothed, and squareg haiiqyfiibted. iifslxziplateg Does but encunibefmwhfimniIt'JseenerS' To i M K1iowle,dge is proud thatuherhziilelairnied mughg Wisdom is humble that he fklidws' no mioifef D V , -w-I ,rj 1 l - 1 ' if ',+C,1owpier. h . . . 1 , 1 'f ' 1 . , , 1 l 12 f 43. 1. i Vqn :LfrJ r . ' A . V.. " , kg SQLJ Q The Administration Committee IRENE B. PALMER Lady Principal CHARLES B. KING President H ARRY J. ZEI-IM Director of Music Faculty REV. CHARLES B. KING, A. M., D. D. PJ'6Sl'd671f Professor Intellectual Sciences IRENE B. PALMER, Lady Prizzriffal Professor of History and Political Science REV. G. D. BERNHEIM, D. D. Chajvlaizz REV. R. L. PATTERSON, A. M., B. D. Professor of Greek, Hebrew and English A Bible EDNA A. KRPINNINLT, B. S., B. A., M. A. Professor of English Language and Literature BIARGARET VVILLTS, A. B. Professor of Latin Language and Literature ANNA DoToER, A. B. Professor of German and French Languages FRANcIs H. -IAcKsoN, A. B. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science. EVA B. GRIFFITH Professor of Expression and Physical Culture ETHIEI. RANDOLPH Principal of Preparatory Department BTAUDE SCHAEFFERV. A. B. Preparatory Department FERN FR.-XYER Professor of Commercial Branches HARRY J. ZEHM Director of Conservatory of Music, Pro- fessor of Piano, Organ, Theoryg Chorus KATHERINE H. Ross Professor of Piano JULIE KI..AGER, A. B. Professor of Piano CYNTHIA SESSIONS, A. B. Professor of Voice EDITH VAN GILLUWE Professor of Violin CORNELIA E. EARLE Professor of Drawing, Painting in Oil and Water Colors, China Painting, Glass Painting. Applied Design of China and Glass, and Pyrography. CHARLES A. BIISENHEIMER, A. M., M. D. College Physician and Lecturer on Hygiene J. P. BIATHESON, A. B., M. D. Lecturer, Eye, Throat and Ear NETA J. UNIBERGER Matron, Trained Nurse MRs. ANNIE XVINTER FUNKHOUSER, Lady Principal in Absence of Miss Palmer CHATTIE USHER, Accompanist to Voice Teacher AGNES CH.-XLMERS, A. B. Professor of History in Absence of Miss Palmer 4 'F 4 ,V H I . A 1 A? X X V , F L ' . Q EQ I ' L A' f i X l Y 'f , X! L 'I ' X3 N 1 54 M L n , , I fl MM if If 1 VIR ,' y u, pw , xii V X Mjg,n,,L7 15 JAMES HARRISON LASSITER Senior Class Mascot 16 'Nx 'Fx 'rf 'Z fi! "X "I'1'EN R vi 17' Class Of 1910 MOTTO: Nous sommos toutes Zoyales COLORS: Black and Gold , FLOWER: Blackeyed Szzsan OFFICERS LOUISE HIPP . ERNESTINE GRAICHEN HAZEL ROBINSON BERTHA DOTGER MARY E. KING ETHEL NORTHEY NIAMIE LEWIS IZXDDIE HINSON LUCY KEISTER LULA CARPENTER EVA COVINGTON EDNA HIPP ANNICE SILER RUTH BRADLEY BERTH-A DOTGER M. KING R. LILLARD ,MEZWBERS ERNESTINE GRIAICHEN EVELYN RUCKER IS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Poet Historian Prophet Corresponding Secretary Statistician ZULA HEDRICK LOUISE HIPP SARAH HOUSEAL EVELYN LEE ADDIE HINSON LUCY KEISTER NIAMIE LEWIS ETHEL NORTHEY HAZEL ROBINSON Ernestine Graichen, A.-B?" W',xYN12snoR0, VA. "In every rank both great or small, 'Tis industry supports us all." -lap is small, but her pompous presence lends to the air of distinction given by her raven locks and sparkling black eyes. She recites with that assurance that comes of high intellectual attainments. She is an industrious little body, but is always fussing about note books. Down with note books for "Flap," Believes Virginia is the only State in the Union. "When can you have your pictures taken PU tThe Seniors are candidates for the degrees appearing after their names. 19 Addie Virginia Hinson, A. B. CH.xRLoTTE, N. C. "A pleasing countenance is a silent reeomineiidationf' Addie is our most quiet niember, and though she says little, her presence is always needed. Slie ever smiles and believes "Silence is Golden." Her sense of humor is keen, and slze is ever ready to enjoy a joke. Q0 Louise Angella Hipp, A. B. NIQWUERRY, S. C. "Refined and reserved at all times." Louise with her dieuit and kindness of heart. is a favorite with all. ! b She is ver fond of Euvhsh, and reeeutl she has develomed Z1 decided Zn talent for iiDl'3l112lt16 Arts." For three years as our president she has well performed her duty. Heres to the President of our class, who has at smile for every joy, 21 tear for every sorrow, a consolation for every grief and a prayer for every misfortune. 21 Sarah Houseal, A. B. NEW HENRY, QA, t'On her cheek blushes the richness of an autumn sky, with ever shifting beauty." Sarah is a typical college girl. With a flash of her big brown eyes she can tell you of real college fun. Sarah is attractive, too, but there's something besides her beauty that is niagneticg to those who know her best there are hidden stores of wisdom that, some days, when she is teaching Psychology she reveals to yon. 22 I l Lucy Miller Keister, A. B. C11,xRLoTT13, N. C. "YVhat she wills to do or say is wisest, discreetest and best." Lucy comes next to Louise in dignity, and her knowledge is equal to her dignity. Indeed, her knowledge of Psychology frightens us. But l.-uey's chief delight is to read VVordSWorth. She can hardly tear herself away from 21 volume of his poems. Goes to college with the purpose of "getting all that's coming to her," and does it, too. 23 W Y J l l 1 I 4 i .l Evelyn Lee, A. B. XY.XYNIiSVlLl.li', C. "ls not literary genius perfect happiness P" Evelyn, staunch and loyal. is very ardent in her affections. She is always true to her friends and dearly loves "The Green and Gold She is a good student and has shown a decided literary talent. 24 I 1 w Mamie jay Lewis, A. B. C1'I.XRI.U'l'Tli, X. C. "I2ztcl1 morning secs some task begung Each evening sees it closed." Mamie is an ideal student. All marvel at her love of books, especially note books. Her ambitions are lofty. and sonic clay she will fill the Chair of Astronomy at Smith. 25 Ethel Beatrice Northey, A. B. CHAR1.o'r'rE, N . C. "O blest with temper whose unclouded ray Can make to-morrow as cheerful as to-day." Can assume a most profound and intelligent look, and recites best on subjects about which she knows the least. She is very fond of reading "Daniel Boone" on the sly. Her chief delight is to play jokes on Mamie. Always looks on the sunny side of life, and is ever ready for a good time. 26 Hazeline Morris Robinson, A. B. and Art CI-IARLo'r'r1e, N. C. "Talent is the most precious gift God ever presented to woman." Hazel, silent, thoughtful and reserved, is one of the most talented Seniors. She is not only intellectual, but very artistic. She has the distinction of receiving a diploma from both the literary and art departments, 27 Mary Evelyn Rucker, A. B. QH.x1:1.o'rT12, X. L. "Her voice was ever soft. gentle and low-an excellent thing in woman." Evelyn, with her quiet and unassuming manner, has a sense of humor that one would scarcely suspect. Her love of Math. is past our unclerstanding. -luclging from her ability as a writer of wills, we would propliesy her future as an "attorney-at-lawf' 28 Ruth Bradley, Piano CH.XRI,O'l"l'E, N. C. "Uf softest mzumer, unztH'ecteml mimi, Lover of pence, and friend of all ll'l?L!Ilil1lll.H Ruth is one of our sweetest and most popular Seniors. She numbers her friencls by the score. Everyone loves her music, and we know the height of her ambition will be realized. 539 Eva Howard Covington, Voice l.rxURINnURG,, N. C. "Sang in tones of deep emotion, Songs of love and songs of longing." Eva's popularity is only equalled by her attractiveness. Her good judgment and sensible View of life make her a friend worth having. Everyone knows of her voice and its many pleasing qualities. In the most difficult passages it retains its sweetness, and it thrills the listeners with its roundness and depth of tone. 30 Edna Gertrude Hipp, Piano NIQWUERRY, S, C. "The sun itself has scarcely been more diligent than I." Edna is a talented musician. Besides being an accomplished pianist, she possesses a voice of rare quality. Her constant work and nntiring energy in the field of music will certainly bring its reward. 31 Q , 1 Ruth Gwyn Lillard, Piano C1s1.xuLo'r'1'E, N. C. "Her gentle manner and winning ways make her at friend of all." Ruth, always sweet tempered and wishing to please, has won a warm place in our hearts. And so great is her attractiveness, even the inerest strangers are enthusiastic. leler musical talent is of high order, and we know she will bring many admirers to her feet with the same wonderful music. 'WO QD-.1 Mary Annice Siler, Piano ATLANTA, GA. "Could beauty have better commerce than with honesty?" Annice is one of our brightest and most conscientious girls. She has high ideals, and we know she will attain them. She is a brilliant pianist, her interpretation being especially Fine. 3 3 3 Bertha Carolyn Dotger, Expression CHARLOTTE, N. C. "Nature did compose this of the choicest parts, Using in the process all her arts.', "Bert,,' as she is best known, is one of the most enthusiastic girls in college Everyone knows of her interest in athletics. She is an ambitious student and a brilliant reader. 3st l w 1 i L Zula Frank Hedrick, A. M. and Expression LEXINGTON, N. C. "A loving smile and a kind word for everyone she meets." Zula, with her bright and happy disposition, has a ready sympathy for every- one ancl everything. Her literary ability is a great help to those who are strug- gling up the "steep hill of knowledge." Full of Wit and originality, too, she is recognized as a genius by all. 35 Mary Elizabeth King, Expression CH,XRl,O'l'TE, N, C, "The bloom of opening Howers' unsullied heautyg Softness and sweetest innocence she wears, And looks like nature in the worlds first spring." Mary is one of our most attractive Expression students. Adiniring eyes follow her wherever she may be, not only attracted by her personal appearance, but by her sweetness and kindness of heart. Her talent in Dramatic Art is appreciated by all, for she pleases every audience. r 236 Lula Carpenter, Art KINGS MoUN'rlx1N, N. C. "Be just as you are: 'tis lxetter so." "Ludl' is a peaceful girl in a peaceful world, You are always sure of a pleasant smile when she greets you. She is a skillful artist, and loves her art just because she loves it, "without rhyme and reason, because heaven wills it, and earth fulfills it, . 37 The Black and the Gold ' I. Jfarewell, Qllass of 1910, we whom Betsey lobes best: me habe long toileo ano laboreo murh, Qno we habe oeserbeo our rest. II. Baths habe often been thorny, Sunshine beileo so oeep, ibut ambition's fires burnt within us, Qno we laboreo while others sleep. III. :lfarewell to our Qlma Mater: Beep lobe for you we holo, Qno all that is true ano noble Els rontaineo in the blark ano golo. IV. But now that our work is enoeo, Qno the goal rlaspeo to our heart, Q peculiar saoness comes o'er us To know that we must part. V. To i8etsey's worthy Bresioent, who our efforts ne'er repel, who glaoly shareo our sorrows, mo you we say farewell. This parting woro to the Gilass if leabe, Qou, whom my soul ralls frieno, Though oistanre ano outy may part us, Ee loyal to 1910! 38 History of the Class of 1910 CCORDING to mythology, there were four ages-the iron, bronze, silver and gold. To what could I compare these four years of our college life better than to these four ages? ' The Iron Age, our Freshman year. just think of it! The hardest and worst of all. It was an age, I was about to say, of wars, for what is more like a battle than the Math and Latin tests and exams? Though this was a year of hardships and drawbacks, we accomplished some great things Cat least we thought soj. Above all, we were made conscious of the fact that there were people in the world superior to ourselves in knowledge, and we had many things to learn and to reform before we could really claim the rank in the world which we supposed we occupied. On September 18, 1907, the Bronze Age began. The days of fear and separation were passing and we were beginning to have class spirit and to realize that we could no longer be called verdant Freshmen, but Sophomores. Like the age of the fall of Rome. or of the revival of learning and the Reformation or the French Revolution, it was an age in which we passed through excitement and stimulus and struggle, on in better and more prosperous times. The Silver Age. This was not free from its hardships, for we had Physics to contend with, but we were happy, for this was the social year of our existence, one of the greatest events of the year being the automobile ride and banquet given by the Seniors in honor of our class. Even as Juniors, the reputation of the class had spread abroad, winning admiration and respect. Since Elizabeth College was established, the Faculty has had visions of an "Ideal Class," and have longed to see the ideal realized. After years of weary waiting and dreary disappointment, the "Ideal," our class, came, possessing all the virtues which formerly had been conceived of only in moments of inspired visions. Surely this last year of our college life can be called the Golden Age, for what have we not had-receptions, germans, bright prospects for the future, hard work and notebooks galore. And now as we are about to depart, we bid you all a hearty good-bye, the dear Faculty, our class rooms and text-books. There will always be in our hearts a loving place for our Alma Mater. 39 Prophecy IGH up on Mount Parnassus is situated the Delphian Oracle of Apollo. There a priestess, the Pythia, sits and inhales the hallowed air which proceeds from a chasm in the mountain side. Under the influence of this peculiar vapor, she utters prophecies, which are interpreted by priests. In attempting to discover the future of our class, to whom should I go but to the Pythia? As I sat thinking of this, I saw what seemed to be a cloud hovering near the earth and moving toward me. On nearer approach, it resolved itself into a sprite, who had come to conduct me to the oracle. XVe set out at once, and in an incredibly short time, reached the old temple. In the vestibule we met a priest, to whom I explained my errand. At first he refused to consider "such a trivial thing." QTrivial! Think of referring to the future of such a brilliant class as triviallj I showed him his mistake, and at last persuaded him to interpret what the oracle might have to say for us. VVe then entered the inner court, where the Pythia sat. She soon began to speak in a language unknown to me. The priest, however, listened attentively to all that she said, and later told me its meaning, which I shall give to you, "It is November of the year IQZO. You are on a short visit to friends in New York, and while there you go to hear grand opera. Among the great stars are Miss Covington and Miss Hipp, who, though they have sung in opera for several years, are still the popular favorites and pronounced by competent judges the finest singers in America. "There in the audience you recognize many of your former classmates, Miss Northey, the authoress, whose works are 'not for an age, but for all timeg' Miss Siler, the noted composer, and Misses Bradley and Lillard, the World's most famous pianists. There you also see two of New York's most beautiful young matrons, who were formerly Miss King and Miss Houseal. "On the following morning you visit Columbia University, and find that Miss Louise Hipp is a Professor of English and one of the best critics of the time. Miss Lee has become a great historian and is delivering a series of lectures at Columbia. She has already written a 'History of the XVorld,' which, because of its breadth of view and clearness, makes parallel reading unnecessary, and is, therefore, highly prized by all history students. "In the afternoon you and your friends attend an art exhibit, where you see the works of Miss Robinson and Miss Carpenter justly ranked with those of the old masters. Vifhile going through the galleries, you meet Miss Graichen, 40 editor of 'Review of Reviewsf and Miss Dotger, the playwright, both of whom are deservedly fanious for their splendid wvork in their respective professions. "At a reception in the evening, you are again fortunate in meeting some of the old IQIO girls: Miss Hinson and Miss Keister, who, after teaching for two or dnee yearsin the Charknte schook, have rnarded and are nouflhdng in Richmond, Va.g Miss Hedrick. the head of the department of expression at Bryn Mawr, and Miss Rucker, the Professor of Mathematics at Smith. You will no doubt feel rather small and insignificant in the midst of all this beauty, talent and learningg but perhaps.after aH, sonie of your day dreanis udH be reahzed and you, too, will accomplish something in a small way." lldien he had Brushed speaking and l had diankecllnrn for his kuidness.the spruetookinelmcktoinycnwnland.and Ifouudinymdfseakxlundercnufofthe great oak trees on the carnpus of Elizabeth Cfohege. PROPHET. , '-tif' as X ff:-f Q Y i . t' x - i fer M Q Q1 ff , X I vf':,,'iV?,-I71 I. 1. Awe my W YW fa, 4 X' 'Y by AW X m"" r 'if ' l 7 is K 1. at , ,kv ,r , 1 1Ql N 7 gc '- " 4, X f X X N NC, X N S 41 Will of the Class of 1910 ELIZABETH COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE, TXITECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WE, the members of the Class of IQIO, of the aforesaid county and State, do realize the near termination of our college life. Therefore, know ye that we e aforesaid class, being of minds for the most part sound, and of reasonably liberal dispositions, do declare this our last will and testament as follows CID That, whereas we have been lawfully united to the Sophomore Class in the holy bonds of class union, we hereby constitute and appoint the said class as our lawful executor, without bond, to all intents and purposes, to execute our last will and testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same, and every part and clause thereof 621 That in token of their four years' labor in our behalf, we do bequeath to the members of the beloved Faculty these several small legacies: To Dr. King, who has urged upon us the importance of enriching our vocabulary with expressive words, we bequeath a volume of "Twentieth Century Slang." 'To .Miss Palmer, a History Syllabus, containing an outline of all the historical events since time immemorial, together with our notebooks which she may use in establishing a library of historical research To Miss Krenning, a volume of "original" essays written by the Senior Class. also in condensed form Ccrematedj all reference books, used while writing said essays, should she doubt the originality of any of the state ments made in said essays. To Miss VVillis we bequeath all our knowledge of subjunctives perl phrastics and the like, to be apportioned out among the undergraduates from time to time as she sees tit. To Miss Jackson, a book explaining how it is possible to teach Math Botany, Physics, Astronomy and Geology, to go on Botany rambles Geological expeditions, spend the night making astronomical observations, and yet, at the end of the year, to feel no fatigue. To Miss Dotger we will give our lasting gratitude if she will have a law passed forbidding the sale in America of any German or French books without translations included therein. To Professor Zehm all the musical compositions of the music Seniors also the piano in the gymnasium, provided he will make kindling wood of said piano. C35 Having expressed our love for the Faculty, and desiring to do the most good with our property, we will the following. named articles to our friends among the under-graduates: To the Juniors, a collection of our surplus virtues, dignity, seriousness etc., together with all unpaid debts on the annual. To the Sophomores, our unending loyalty, books of experiments ma terial for theses, and our ability to make "A's' on exams, to be theirs until the expiration of their college life. To the dear, darling little Freshmen, we leave all our reprimands zeros, basket-ball defeats and vaccinations. To Willie McLaughlin and Mary Taylor-Sasser we leave Berts and Mary's tireless energy and love for work. 42 To Alma Oats, Evelyn Lee's knowledge of history. To the President of the Sophomore Class, Louise's executive ability. To Margaret Dewoody, Lucy's sobriety of deportment. To the future librarians, Eva's favorite saying, "Girls, stop talking." To the Junior Class, Ethel's and Addie's remaining dactylic hexameters. To Laura Reilley, Mamie's dignity. To those inclined to be melancholy, Annice's and Edna's sunny counte- nances. To the next editor of the Elizabethan, Ernestine's editorial ability. To Hazel Albright, Sarah's and Zula's basket-ball enthusiasm. To the art students, Lula's and Hazel's easels, brushes and empty paint boxes. To the music students, Ruth Bradley's and Ruth Lillard's theory books. To Etta Skipper and Blanche Simmons, who have been so loyal to our lcllass, especially in basket-ball games, we will all our megaphones and orns. C43 That, whereas six certain Seniors, whose names we forbear to mention out of respect for those who have labored so unceasingly to implant high ideals in their minds, whereas the Seniors did willfully absent themselves from the college and attend a certain circus parade, and are actually known to have said they enjoyed this same unedifying amusement, we will all the wasted opportunities, zeros on recitations and reprovals of the Faculty to any Juniors who should show an inclination to follow the example set by this said band of Seniors. C55 WVhereas there still remains a few articles of property with which we refuse to be burdened in the future' we will: Ist. That the couch in the annual room be given to anyone who will have it. 2nd, That the electric bells of the college be given to some institution for the deaf and dumb. grd. That the income derived from our Physics and Botany fees be used for the purpose of purchasing laboratory apparatus after the present apparatus, constructed for the most part by the Class of 1910, shall have worn out. Having thus disposed of our property, we do hereby declare utterly void all other wills and testaments by us heretofore made. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said Class of 1910 do hereunto set our hands and seal this, the 17th day of May, 1910. CLASS OF 1910 CSealJ. PRO EVELYN RUCKER. SIGNED, SEA1.15D AND DECLARED by said Senior Class to be its last will and testament, in the presence of us, we, the witnesses, do subscribe our names heieto our names hereto. Vifitnesses : PEARL BQGER. BLANCHE SIMMONS, PEARLE MCCRACKIN ETTA SKIPPER. 43 Senior Class Meeting I The appointed hour of noon arrives, The procession moves along Of Seniors, clad in caps and gowns, Class meeting is their song. 2 They climb the winding stairway, To buzzards' roost they gog To solve the weighty problems, That only great minds know. 3 The meeting comes to order, The President doth tell, The subject now before us ls our great annual. 4 "Have all had their pictures taken?" Is "laps" unceasing cry. "I have to beg and dog you, l'm tired enough to die." F J Now, Bert says, "pay your dues, girls, For we are deep in debtg The Sophomore reception bills, VVith others must be rnetf' 6 VVe fuss and scrap and quarrel, In that good old natured way, As we solve the many problems That arise from day to day. 7 But soon all will be over, Class meetings have an end, The cleanest record ever kept, Is that of 1910. 44 Certificate Students MARGARET BOMAR French BESSIE LENTE STEERE Theory ETTA SKIPPER English, History, Bible Junior Class History OR almost three years we have been traveling in this world, college. In some respects they have been long years, yet, in others, they seem short. To begin with, there were eight in our party. It has been a great trip, a pleasant one and a hard one. Guess that sounds strange, but you will understand when I tell you about the curious people and sights we have seen. VVe have already visited the principal places of interest in Freshman and Sophomore, and are now touring Junior. Our experiences as Freshmen were many and funny ones. As We had never been in any world but our own, we were rather afraid of the people, in fact, we shied at everything. We haven't the time to tell you all we saw, but will mention some of the most peculiar things. At the City of Algebra, all the trees have square roots. Also there are parts of the Latin mountains which extend both through Freshman and Sophomore. They were terrible to climb. It seemed that every step we took, we fell back one, but hnally we all reached the top. We visited Geometry, a most peculiar city, very plane, all laid off in triangles and rectangles, yet, almost every one of us had a hard time finding our way out. T We now crossed the Test River and found ourselves in the country of Sophomore. Here four of our party dropped out, but we were joined by two others. There are some more of those Latin mountains, just as high and just as hard to climb. But they are almost worth while, to have the relief after- wards, then, too, you really do not know Sophomore unless you have climbed those mountains. And another Geometry, not plane in any sense of the word. Cther places of interest which we visited were English and Trigonometry. At present we are at junior. It is certainly difficult traveling here, but, taking everything into consideration, it is a very pleasant country. The most striking fact and the only thing we will mention is the curiosity of the Physics people. Everything that happens they ask, NVhy? and you have to prove it. lf you don't know these questions you are flunked-a terrible punishment. So the only way to get along in this place is to know everything before you come. Not many months until we reach Exam., and that is where we buy our tickets for Senior. 46 31 .' ,. .I- 2 ? gl 5 . E Eff 1? 542' Sl: sl 50-52. ,, i. 'lb "WS 0 rl X lu Junior Class MOTTO: Esse Qmzm Videri COLORS: Light Blue and Gold FLOWER : Forget me-not YELL Hullabaloo-Rickety-ROO For the gold and blue. i OFFICERS HAZELL AALBRIGHT . , . . President lWARY TAYLOR SASSER . . Vice-President ALMA OATES . . Secretary NVILLIE lWCLAUGHLlN . . Treasurer and H.NZEL MACNICHOLS ..... Poet MEMBERS JENNIE IQROEG NELL SAUNDERS MARGARET DEWOOOY ANNIE MOSELEY BESSIE PEERX' MARY STARR 48 Historian THE JUNIOR CLASS Junior Class Poem I. Heres to dear old "Betsy," So loyal and so true- Our valiant class of 1911 Is patterned after you. II. lfVe came here as mere children- Three years ago this fall- And worked and toiled and worried, 'Till we know it all? III. You know the 'leven Junior girls VVill be Seniors in the fall, And then to all the classes They will give the "merry call.', IV. Our surety our colors show- "The Blue and the Gold"- The Gold stands for "Betsyg" ln the Blue one "Truth" is told. V. "Forget-me-not" is the Hower- Its symbol you all knowg You'll fund it in all paths of life, Whichever road you go. VI. "Esse quam vicleri" Rather be than seem- This is our soul ambition, As well' as our dream. VIT. So the Class of IQII Bids you a fond 'iadieu," And trusts that in the coming year Will be Seniors staunch and true HAZEL D. MACNICHOLS 50 5 1 Sophomore Class MoTTo: Scire qnanfz snfnnlari CoLoRS: Cardinal and White FLOWER: Red Carnation YELL Whoop-la rah! Whoop-la ree! Walk up, chalk up, up to dee Razzle, dazzle, Sizzle, zazzle, sis boom bah, Sophomore, Sophomore ROSALYN HIPP . LAURA REILLEY . LOTTIE lMlAY BLAIR . RIARGUERITE BRITTAIN FLORENCE BURKHIMER INA PARSONS ANNIE RoGERs WILLIE ANDERSON EMILY VVRIGHT LOTTIE M. BLAIR LELIA lMOCK ROSAMOND LUCAS Rah-Rah-Rah ! ! OFFICERS M EJVI BERS ROSALYN HIPP 52 . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer . Poet MARGUERITE BRITTAIN JOE KINARD LAURA REILLEY lWYRA WASHBURN ANNIE M. BILBIE KATE STRATTON FLORENCE BURKHIMER x f 5 ,Ji - -fa. Might N51 x K ' if V' f ,,,' vs.: X 5 LA.', .M X ,. ,mf 94M . . W. ,f f 1 .,w,f v E vp,--sw ,wa XA V511 G. .3 . ,f f A ,, - U, 1, 'wg A ' f W ' . ,N V, Y w x V ' :EAM I 2, , 7 , .w zggnln W,,,,,W?,,,i Ht: . j 7,,., , ,5 I 53 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 'CEOHSE lm on OH Edgwgm DORA EO .2525 M5 OH 'MEOFQ Ow O 'H .0305 ummm Dom E250 gpg? pf: OH P335 I gg SHE, M5 OH .SO mmm O H WEE 'MEEOHWE G CBO OH .UQOH On OF SEN uscmdm vs Q-9:63 M ,ACME OF .BOMB OH DEB UOOM G Wham .5 ,EQ OEOA bam OH ZOEEE4 WENM : 3 WMSMUOM EM .550 Bax Ngowgonmd QV 55062 Eggw 2 25,05 1 EGM! mam Wtgm UOOw MEOQ F9535 going MSDN! Us EMWH3 HN M26 OH WQOWWB MEWWEH Maia M N M M w dv -ENE l in MONQOHIH J iq WUEQESQ UEES5 F58 Q: QMEOO I MEPMMOH QEZMENHZGE Kim WLDLOM2. MEPMWVP wgrgm 20:2 MEPCK5 S WEE gm Makmwgpm MEWHHBF MEOGGQ wgawgpm M5265 WEEE mxam gomgw OOF MVOEWUEXUUQH WQCWEMH Q: mggmgwmmxm wgnpw MEMOM OEEQ4 PSMWOCDQ 22,5 CRE QOWEUEQQ OEIS 3635 EM Emi? gem WWOENQH WQCBDO M002 QEOA Awwmaw M525 M635 UQOEGWOM E MESSQ MSE Egpam SCOSMEWE DWUQQOACUZ OE QQEM mom MEHEMMS Ummm EDDLWSS SAE WDOBESZ Em anim M52 Quad' ww-MEEBE asm Steam C0555 gm! UUEQME OOF LEGOHM ggseizm 39303 UBBOCOU P322 bmi 32 UEQOA 3002 BWPOYH ,SEMWM SEWWH xmtgg LEGS OOF gym namm gzgom Fiji EQZMEZ MEEZ gawzkgm EGEOFMQW The Betrothal 'Twixt Sophs and Seniors I. There was a bird of mighty plumage. A dweller in great college walls, Who, for want of chosen classmate, VVailed its wants through college halls. Tirnidly, a shy, weak birdling, Hearing oft' the anguished cry, Ventured near to offer service And perchance to heal the sigh. II. Then the mighty bird considered, Looking down from lofty heights, "Perhaps," it sighed, "I see before me A helpmate. true in all my lights." So it Huttered down to greet her, Pledging homage then and there, "Wilt thou be my chosen classmate?" Quoth the bird with plumage rare. III. Then bound they straightway together Their love by writ of college granted, So henceforth they were united By a love that was thus planted. Then their mates, all in a body, Prepared for them in greatest state, A wedding feast that was a token Of their love to consummate. IV. Next the "loving cup" was blessed, And a toast drunk o'er and o'er, That the love 'twixt Sophs and Seniors Be proverbial for evermore, Thus goes down in college annals This wooing 'twixt two friendly classes, ln song and story be it so As mcm'ry down to history passes. FLORENCE BERNHEIM BURKHIMIQR, Soph Class Poet, 1912. 55 Freshman Letter DEAR DAD : ' Here I am at the college what is called "Aunt Betsey." It is the biggest kind of a place and built of red brick, like our jail at home. XVe have a bell that rings for everything-we wake up by a bell, eat, say our lessons, have recess, meetings, and go to sleep by the same bell. We don't do much of any- thing 'cepting eat, sleep, walk and go to meetings. There is all kinds of girls around hereg one kind is Sophomoresg they think they're the whole show and say we are "green kids." Then tllC1'G'S another kind called "June yersf' then some more what wear black Happy clothes and funny little flat black hats that look like the crown of a sure enough hat. These girls look like bats when they wear these clothes, but they call themselves "Seen yers,', and spend their time trying to look dignified. You just ought to hear the way some of these teachers 'Ksit on us g" Qthatls what they call it when they get after usjg they even "sit on" them dignified "Seen Yers" sometimes. Vlfhen all the teachers and perfessers and the President get together they is called the Faculty, when they have a Faculty meeting they roast the girls what has "skipt" classes Cthat is when a girl don't go to a lesson and ain't sickj 5 also the girls who have been muchly "sit" on. You ought to see the city of Charlut it sure is a big place we get there by electric cars. these are the cars what move by themselves. Charlut has elec- tric lights too. Every evening when it gets dark, a light comes at every block corner all by itself. The biggest thing in Charlut is an enormous building called the "skyscraper" it's the biggest building I everpsaw. You go in a door at the bottom of the building, into a little room, and before you can think what's happening to you. the little room shoots right up to the top of the building, which is twelve stories high. please send me a little change so I can get some sody- water at -Iordan's drug store, when WC,1'C waiting for the Lisbeth car. please send me some money to pay for my picture which is to be put in a book called the Annual. With love to ma and the children, Your "LITTLE FRESHMANY' B. M. S. 56 Y' ,511 'lr I ' ". 1"'- .Jr 1 nf vlehrnso ,r un.- I Freshman Class MOTTO: Ea qnae Znctatm' ifincit COLORS: FLOWER: White Carnation YE LL Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah. Who are you? Who are We? VVe are right, You are right, Freshman girls are out Of sight KATHERINE VOLLERS LUCILE POLVOGT LAURA HEARNE LILLIE SHARPE . BEss1E SIMMONS . OFFICERS 58 Green and White . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer . Historian THE FRESH MAN CLASS Partial Course Students NIARGUERITE ADAMS NITA BRYANT PEARLE BOGER HAZEL CHERRYMAN BESSIE CROCKETT CARRIE DERRICK MAIQGARET DEWOODY LAILEEN DREW CORNELIA DREW MARION ELLIOTT EMILY ETHERIDGE PURNIA FOUSHEE AUGUSTA GIESCHEN REBECCA HAFNER HELEN HEARNE ROSALIA HENDRIX ANNIE HOUSTON ISABEL HORNE THERESA KING JENNIE KROEG BRUCE LANDIS HAZEL MACNICHOLS PEARLE MCCRACKIN IRENE MCLEOD CORNEILLE PARSONS MANIE LEAK PARSONS INA PARSONS ROSALIE PHILPOT LUCILE POLVOGT RUTH RUTHERFORD BLANCHE SIMMONS ETTA SKIPPER CLEO SPEARS CORA STANSILL VERNA SUMMER CAROLINE VOIGT ELIZABETH XIOIGT LOUISE VOLLERS MARION YOUNT THE GERARD CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, ELIZABETH COLLEGE 1 i . A , T ly' 4? LQ ' , fe' 1 A Conservatory of Music "Music is one of the fairest and most glorious gifts of Godg for it removes from the heart the weight of sorrow and the fascination of evil thoughts." The Gerard Conservatory of Music of Elizabeth College is directed by Professor Harry tl, Zehm, whose ability both as a director and a teacher is un- surpassed. His musical education and training has been the most complete obtainable in the World to-day, and his mastery of technique is unsurpassed in the South. The Conservatory has taken a place among the leading, best equipped conservatories in the Southern States. ft has a Faculty of live resident mem- bers, who give their time exclusively to its work. Each member of the Faculty is a specialist of recognized professional standing. The Choral Society, of which Professor Zehm is director, includes the young ladies of the college, and also the musical men from the city who wish to take advantage of this opportunity. The society has given many difficult and classical works in the past years. The Choral Society rendered the magnificent oratorio, "Mendelssohn's Elijah" on January 27th. The concert was thoroughly enjoyed by the music lovers of Charlotte, and well sustained the reputation of the Society. 62 RECITAL BY THE FACULTY OF Ellzabeth College Conservatory of Music CHARLOTTE, N. C. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER Sth, 1909 AT EIGHT-THIRTY o'cLocK ORGAN Sonata PROGRAM O. Wagner MR. ZEHM VOICE O luce de quest anima . ...... ........ ......... . . ...... D ouizetti Miss SESSIONS a. Polonaise, E flat minor ......... . ..... Chopin PIANO b. Sparks ...... ........... ...... ...... . .... . M 0 Skowski Mxss KLAGER VIOLIN Polonaise ...... ......... ...... . . .... ...... ...... . ...... M Z y nowski Miss VAN GILLUWE . Pastorale Variee . ....... ......... ...... . . . ..., ...... M Ozafrt PIANO b. Persian Song ...,................ .,.. . ........ B urmefister Miss Ross a. In Paradisum - ORGAN bl Fiat Lux f ...... ...... ....... ...... D u b ow MR. ZEHM . If Thou Didst Love Mev .... .. .... .. ...... Denzel V0 CE b. Ould Plaid Shawl ..... ........ ..... . . ...... H aynes Miss SESSIONS PIANO Second Rhapsody ............................. .. ...... Liszt MR. ZEHM VIOLIN Romanza PIANO Concerstuck ...... Miss VAN GILLUWB .-.......... ..--..... ......... .... Miss KLAGER QII Piano : Miss Ross! ORGAN March Plttoresque ...... ............... ,... ........ . . Mk. ZBHM . ...... Bruch Weber .. Kroeger Music MARGUERITE ADAMS MARY STUART ALEXANDER WILLIE ANDERSON GRACE BARNHARDT LOTTIE MAY BLAIR MRS. JOE BELLINGER PEARL BOGER MARG.ARET BOMAR MARY VIOLA BOST ESTHER BOWDEN RUTH BRADLEY MARGUERITE BRITTAIN MRS. C. E. BROWN ANNITA BRYANT KATE CARPENTER HAZEL CHERRYMAN HILDA CONYERS MINNIE CONYERS EVA COYINGTON BESSIE CROCKETT MARGARET DEWOODY ANNA DOTGER AILEEN DREW ETHEL DURHAM MARION ELLIOTT EMILY ETHERIDGE PURNIA FOUSHEE DELLA FOX MRS. E. P. GATLING AUGUSTA GIESCHEN GROYER GODWIN ERNESTINE GRAICHEN MRS. M. J. GREEN MIRIAM GRYDER REBECCA HAFNER Students HELEN HEARNE B. D. HEATH, JR. A ZULA HEDRICK ROSALIA HENDRIK ADELLE HENDERSON ROBERT HERRON EDNA HIPP FLORENCE HOOD MATTIE HYNDMAN THERESA KING MARY KING CHARLES B. KING, JR JENNIE KROEG BRUCE LANDIS RUTH LILLARD GWYN LILLARD MRS. HARRY LINK MYRTLE LONG ROSAMOND LUCAS LUCILLE MASON LOUISE MILLER BLANCHE MILLERSHAN LELIA MOCK ANNIE IWOSELEY HAZEL MACNICHOLS MARY MCCAUSLAND M. L. MCCORKLE WILLIE MCLAUGHLIN IRENE MCLEOD ADELLE IDA PAGE INA PARSONS FRANK PATTERSON BESSIE PEERY ROS.ALIE PHILPOT LUCILE POLYOGT RUBY RICHARDSON ANNIE ROGERS HOWARD ROGERS CHARLOTTE RUCKER MARY TAYLOR SASSER FRANCES SCHOLTZ ESTHER SHANNONHOUSE ANNICE SILER BLANCHE SIMMONS MARY SMITH CLEO SPEARS CORA STANSILL MARY STARR BESSIE LENTZ STEERE H. A. STIREWALT VERNA SUMMER JAR.-XBELLE THOMAS ELIZABETH VOIGT CAROLINE XIOIGT IQATHERINE VOLLERS LOUISE VOLLERS LILLIE XYATSON MARY' NVILLIAMS JOHN VVILLIAMS SUDIE NVILSON ARTHUR VVOHLFORD ANNIE YOUNG NANCX' YOUNG Men and boys are admitted to the Conservatory of Music as day Students .rv gg 0 A A sq! jg' U. -Niggaz- 65 kbefqffieeg' Palette and Brush Club MOTTO: Art ls long, and time is fleeting. X V1 COLORS: Red, Yellow and Blue W .l... Ie. l A 1 , fg Ill I ' , f , iff 'f A f - ll f , f ,A 7 S 'Fi'- 7 Y . HELEN HEARNE THERESA KING VERNA SUMMER CARRIE DERRIOK HAZELL ALBRIGHT RUTH RUTHERFORD PEARL MCCRAOKIN CORNEILLE PARSONS ELIZABETH BOMAR BESSIE MAY SIMMONDS ANNIE ARMOUR OFFICERS LULA CARPENTER President H.AZEL ROBINSON Vice-President MARIE MCKINLEY Secretary and Treasurer MEZXIBERS 66 ADELLE PAGE ANITA BRYANT CORNELIA DREW ANNIE HOUSTON HELEN SCHOLTZ MARY KING ANNA MCLAUGHLIN HILDA CONYERS CATHERINE JOHNSON EMILY ETHERIDGE VIRGINIA HOPKINS Q 8589. EE. Business' Department MISS FRAYER hzstrzzctor MEMBERS MANIE LEAK PARSONS CORNEILLE PARSONS ROSALIA HENDRIX HELEN SCHOLTZ ISABEL HORNE RUTH NIOSER CORNELIA DREW CLARA VVENTZ IQATIE SAINE CARRIE DERRICK VERNA SUMMER 67 new wmv MYMMJQXTHC CRISIS School of Expression OFFICERS MARY E. KING . , .... President BERTHA C. DOTGER . Vice-President MARGARET DEWOODY Secretary LOUISE HIPP . . .... . Treasurer MEMBERS MADELINE FAIRES LILLIAN BOYER JOE KINARD BESSIE PEERY IRENE lllCLEOD MARION ELLIOTT ROSALYN HIPP EMILY WRIGHT CARRIE DERRICK BESSIE SIMMONDS NELL SAUNDERS LUCILE POLVOGT ZULA HEDRICK Announcement of School of Expression for Year Recital by Miss Griffith ........ Recital by Seniors and Juniors Play by Dramatic Club ...., Recital by Miss Hedrick Cgraduate IQIOD . Recital by Miss King Cgraduate IQIOJ . Recital by Miss Dotger Cgraduate IQIOD . 68 November january 3 I . March April II April 21 May 2 DRAMATIC CLUB At Elizabeth IT was an ideal day for Senior Class day ex- ercises. The campus at Elizabeth was es- pecially beautiful on that bright May morning. The birds Hitted to and fro among the trees, a gentle breeze bore the fragrance of Howers, and the tiny violets peeped forth from among the green leaves. Here and there were a group of happy girls, chatting merrily, making plans for their summer vacation. All exams were forgotten, and their only thought was that on the morrow they would leave for home. But who is that couple under the big oak tree? VVas there not a man in that swing, and Catherine talking to him just as calmly as if it were an every-day occurrence? But why should he not have the privilege of talking with her a few minutes if those town boys had an opportunity of talking to her for half an hour after each recital? XVas Catherine not a Senior, and couldn't she be with lack for a little while at least? If Jack was aware of the curious gaze of a group of girls, he didn't object to it in the least. Yet he seemed to see only one girlg he was giving his whole attention to Catherine. He thought she had changed even since she was at honie for the Christmas holidays. She seemed to possess a kind of dignified self-important air, which he had not before noticed in the happy-go-lucky girl who had been his playmate in childhood, his best girl at high school and now-Miss Catherine Richmond, Senior at Elizabeth College. Anyway, he was glad she would even notice him. He, too, had been a Senior, having graduated at the University three years before, and knew just how it was to feel one's importance. But he had been out in the world long enough to realize there were yet a few things for him to learn. They had discussed all the recent social happenings in the old home town, and Catherine was telling him of the pleasant year she had spent at school, the midnight feast, the pleasant entertainments given in honor of the class, etc. But there was one unpleasant happening. They had been caught at one of the feasts and put on the "campus" for about two weeks. Jack could see nothing unpleasant about being put on the campus. He would like to remain there for- O, he would never get tired of it! Even after Catherine explained that being put on the campus was a punishment, he contended that he would like to be doomed to eternal punishment of that kind. But that was just like Jack, he simply wouldn't see anything but the bright side of life, and was such a tease. 70 Catherine was showing him the wonders of the campus. Here was her favorite spot to study-here was the place where she and her "heart" were wont to sympathize with and comfort each other in their troubles, and here was the dear little cozy corner filled with pretty spring flowers. "Oh, Jack, aren't they beautiful!" Catherine exclaimed. "Yes," he an- swered, not noticing the flowers, but gazing intently into her violet blue eyes, "the most beautiful I've even seen." "Oh, Jack, don't look at me that way-don't you know the lady principal's room is just above us," said Catherine. So Jack immediately began admiring the flowers, wishing the lady principal were a hundred miles away. just then the bell rang, and Catherine had to hurry away and don her cap and. gown, for you must remember that this is the day for Senior Class day exercises. - The little summer-house among the pines formed a natural amphitheatre. Already many people had assembled and were enjoying the beauties of the campus while they waited for the exercises to begin. In a short time every one turned toward the conservatory, for slowly advancing was the long line of Seniors, followed by a loyal band of Sophomores, bearing the Senior colors-the dear old black and gold. All during the exercises Jack listened intently, but especially to the prophecy. Looking into the future, the prophet had seen Catherine a famous English teacher of Bryn Mawr College. VVell, perhaps the prophecy would be fulfilled, but not if Jack Madison could prevent it. He would like to tell her of his hopes for the future this very day, but no! he must wait. After the exercises Jack had to bid his friends a hasty farewell, as it was impossible for him to stay for the remaining exercises. Three years later Mr. and Mrs. jack Madison were going North on their wedding trip. Catherine could not think of passing through Charlotte without going out to Elizabeth once more. Yes. it was another Commencement. The Class Day exercises had already begun when they arrived. The prophet read that Miss Virginia Parkhurst would take the Chair of English at Bryn Mawr College. "VVell, said Jack, smiling, "it seems that Bryn Mawr is destined to have an English professor from Elizabeth, even if its prophe- cies don't always come truef' ' M. E. R. 71 Society Song I Come now, Diateleans strong, Everyone join in the song, Cf purple, lilac, colors true, Forever dear to me and you. REFRAIN. Oh, Diatelean, name so dear, Whicli we'll forever love to hear! X'Vitli lilial love our bosoms swell, VVe'll ever guard thy safety well. 2 Our motto should us each inspire A higher, truer life to acquire, X'Ve love to hear its words proclaimed "Ad astra per asperaf' REFRAIN 3 The modest violet so pure, VVhich for our Hower we procure, Is teaching us on bended knee Cf innocence and purity. REFRAIN . 1 X in RH . ii 'dl xg f we fiy X 72 I .53 FB' Hf'i'1'. . if ,.. , . Q . I I hi 'K:,",.4'1v, " A ..vH ,,.,, A 1.2 F4.I,:., M . 5, , ,,. Q qv w1..r', ., ' -'- " ,Q f ' . 1' H . -' P ' ' ,fs -' Y-V-t.r-? ,. l ' :H-fEf.jl"'f ,. s "fu lf.,-V.. ,LF '4'.f-- -'.' 2 A -L..-wr' . .,, ,f-1,.':. . 'WNW -'xv ,.x-. W, fx,-7 241' '. ""' rm. , , ,ff-f-,-,, -,, -5- ', . I. 4 - I .ff A , ' ., . I' I ' f A , ' . wg- 45.1. ,Al ,. .-N., . 1 A ff' ,.., ' r :N ,JJ X: 3 3 J 'R N v., ,. izxfg.-.,, - '- ' : . .f-:hz-. -TSN, " "':.v ah- 'TWT ' . Q. ,Alix lc-.f' L :Q ,'.: 'fd' I-1-N 1- -r, ,- -2 - 2- V, Af.. - ,,. , .VJ ,1 , kg - . ,1 K , f.. 5 ' V2.5 ,Jr ' 1 4. IJ '5 - wx- , - , , . ,:g,"f-1., ., ' . ' , 4. 'I' :-11... .w' 1 ' Q--4. ,Ap 1,-. A 7' ff, -..' !I'?' -'f -' .gt T 21.4, ,,":i.1q-u " 'A wi ri-I.-. A' JYTWL . "'r1A:,2 A ff il la! - ,fr ',fV,r:Q"..,q -" . xa- .ff .--f.'.' .1 7 1 Diatelean Literary Society FLOWER: Violet MOTTO: Ad astra per aspera First Term EVA COVINGTON . LOUISE HIPP . . ERNESTINE GRAICHEN ANNICE SILER . . CAROLINE VOIGT ELIZABETH VOIGT SARAH HOUSEAL . ZULA HEDRICK . AAAILEEN DREW 1 EMILY WRIGHT j HAZEL CHERRYMAN VERNA SUMMER 1 ROSALYN HIPP j OFFICERS . President Vice-President Recording Secretary . Treasurer . First Critic . Second Critic . . Censor . Corresponding Secretary . . Pages . Librarian Managers , MEMBERS Second Term EVA COVINGTON LOUISE HIPP ANNICE SILER ELIZABETH VOIGT CAROLINE VOIGT ERNESTINE GRAICHEN SARAH HOUSEAL . EDNA HIPP V AILEEN DREW EMILY WRIGHT HAZEL CHERRYMAN E VERNA SUMMER L ROSALYN HIPP ADAMS, BIARGUERITE ALEXANDER, MARY STUART BOGER, PEARL BRYANT, NITA BRITTAIN, MARGUERITE BOMAR, MARGARET CHERRYMAN, HAZEL CROCKETT, BESSIE COVINGTON, EVA DERRIGK, CARRIE DREW, CORNELIA DREW, AAILEEN ETHERIDGE, EMILY FOUSHEE, PURNIA GRAICHEN, ERNESTINE HAFNER, REBECCA HEDRIOK, ZULA HENDRIX, ROSALIA HIPP, EDNA WRIGHT, EMILY HIPP, LOUISE HIPP, ROSALYN HOUSTON ANNIE HOUSEAL, SARAH KINARD, JOE LUCAS, ROSAMOND MOCRAGKIN, PEARL MCLEOD, IRENE PAGE, ADELLE PERRY, BESSIE RICHARDSON, RUBY ROGERS, ANNIE PARSONS, INA SUMMER, VERNA SILER, ANNICE SPEARS, CLEO SAUNDERS, NELL VOIGT, CAROLINE VOIGT, ELIZABETH DIATELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 75 MEMBERS Euchrestian Literary Society LTOTTO2 Esse quam -zfideri FLOWER: .Marechal N ie! Rose COLORS: Green and Gold STONE: Emerald OFFICERS First Term BERTHA DOTGER MARY KING . . HAZEL ALBRIGHT EVELYN LEE ETTA SKIPPER . HAZEL ROBINSON MARY T. SASSER' . WILLIE MCIJAUGHLIN KATHERINE VOLLERS MARGARET DEWOODY CORA STANSILL 1 HELEN HE.kRNE NIYRA WASHBURN THERESA KING HAZEL ALBRIGHT ELEANOR ALEX.ANDER WILLIE ANDERSON ALLENE BLACK LOTTIE MAY BLAIR MARGARET DEWOODY BERTHA DOTGER MARION ELLIOTT AUGUSTA GIESCHEN HELEN HEARNE LAURA HEARNE ADDIE HINSON FLORA JEFFRIES MARY IQING THERESA KING . President . . Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer . First Critic . Second Critic . Censor Pages Hall Managers Historian Librarian JENNIE KROEG BRUCE LANDIS EVELYN LEE RUTH LILLARD WILI,IE MCLAUGHLIN HAZEL MCNICHOLS ANNIE MOSELEY LELIA MOCK ETHEL NORTHEY ALMA OATS CORNEILLE PARSONS MANIE LEAK PARSONS ROSALIE PHILPOT LUCILE POLVOGT '76 Second Term BERTHA DOTGER HAZEL ROBINSON HAZEL AZXLBRIGHT EVELYN LEE . ETTA SKIPPER MARY TAYLOR SASSER . ALMA OATS WILLIE MCLAUGHLIN LAURA HEARNE MARGARET DEWOODY 5 CORA STANSILL L HELEN HE.XRNE MYRA WASHBURN THERESA KING LAURA REILLEY HAZEL ROBINSON EVELYN RUCKER RUTH RUTHERFORD MARY TAYLOR SASSER BLANCHE SIMMONS ETTA SKIPPER CORA STANSILL MARY STAR KATE STRATTON KATHERINE VOI.LERS MYRA WQXSHBURN GAY VVILLIS IHARION YOUNT 17 ' KQY EUCHRESTIAN LITERARY SOCIETY History of the Eucbrestian Society N the Euchrestian Literary Society the year IQOQ-IQIO is full of pleasant memories. The reception to the new members in October was enjoyed by all, and formed between the old and new members that bond of union which has grown steadily stronger. At the regular meetings we have discussed :The College Girl of America," reviewed the world's progress, intellectually, socially and politically in IQOQQ and studied other live questions of the dayg Hallowe'en, with its traditions, was the subject of one programme. Ry way of recreation, "The Reveries of a Bachelor" was presented with great success. The Christmas meeting, always enjoyable. taught some of the new-old truths of that season. Indeed the work this year, intellectually and socially, has been very en- couraging. XVe have loyally followed our motto, "E.s'sc quam t'idc'1'ei." One of the aims is to send out into the world young women with the ability and self confidence to express their thoughts clearly and gracefully. Of course, there is some difficulty in overcoming that shaky feeling, and the lump that will rise in one's throat when the time comes to speak. Each time we try to do better, and who can say we are not succeeding? Who can say we do not "Live to be Useful ?', MYRA XVASHBURN. Historian. X gba, ,..- .-.-rl? 'ff X ee 4:2 rf' L ,f ffa- Af a- ' .-- GJ 157 ' i -i a c "" ,, I, 4 1-""'T'4---41i- S, Q f --f F . T. ii 4,,..:-- ""-f1'T:".. '78 Q REVERIES OF A BACHELOR Given by the Euchrestian Literary Society 79 80 Young W oman's Christian Association MOTTO: "Not by might, hor by power, bztt by my spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts. " AIM: To bring girls to Christg to train up girls in Christq to send out girls for Christ. CABINET LOUISE HIPP . ' . . . . . President ERNESTINE GRAICIIEN Vice-President SARAH HOUSEAL . . Secretary HAZEL ALBRIGHT .... Treasurer ' CHI-HRMEN MARY TAYLOR SASSER LULA CARPENTER MARY E. KING CAROLINE VOIGT ETTA SKIPPER . ELIZABETH Voior ' The Young VVoman's Christian Association of Elizabeth College, is that part of our College life which develops the highest and truest in us. In the monthly meetingsg Sunday nightg the mid-Week prayer services, and the morning Watch on Sunday, one sees the spiritual side of our organization. Many happy Saturday evenings have been arranged by the social committee, for those who might otherwise be in the depths of homesickness. In this way We are brought in closer Contact With each other, and to a more thorough realiza- tion of the Work of our Association. Sl 6 Missionary Society OFFICERS ' CAROLINE VOIGT . .... . President ELIZABETH VOIGT . Vice-President ROSALYN HIPP . . Secretary ANNICE SILER .......... Treasurer LEADERS OF MISSIONARY STUDY CLASSES LOUISE HIPP CAROLINE VOIGT LOTTIE MAY BLAIR ANNICE SILER MARY TAYLOR SASSER SUNDAY SCHOOL We all love to attend Miss Palmer's Sunday School class on Sunday morning It is a splendid opportunity for systematic study of the Bible. S 82 JAPANESE TEA GIVEN BY THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE OF THE YOUNG WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION To the Class of 1910 Now here's a toast to our college! Which is loved by great and small, And here's one to our schoolmates, too, But the dearest toast of all- Is one that we cry again and again 'LTO the dear old Class of 1o1o!" We are loyal and true to our colors The Black for the courage bold, In basket ball Held, and class roomg And the Yellow for hearts of gold That beat with love again and again, For the dear old Class of 1910! And no matter where We may wander From the doors of our College, so dear, And though many miles divide us From the friends who are gathered here Yet our ,hearts will turn again and again To the dear old Class of 1910! II. " Our Stand-bys " Here's a toast to you Simmons and Skipper, The stand-by!s of 1910! We'll never forget your loyalty, And the aid to us, you've been You've helped us thro' every trial, You've been faithful, kind, and trueg The heart of every IQIO Will ever go out to you. It's hard to say good-bye, For We love you, yes we dog VVe'll ever raise our glasses high, And drink to you and vou. 7 .F. H. 81 WEDDING llT ELIZABETH Unique Inter-class Ceremony Seniors and Sophomores of Elizabeth Col- lege Vow Eternal Fidelity to Each Other l i l in Everything Pertaining to College Life ' and Forsaking all Others in Basket Ball, Faculty, D i s c ip 1 e s or Whatever may come-A real Bride, a. real Groom, real Minister, real Bridesmaids, real Grooms- man--Oh! it was a really truly a.tTa.ir- Don't you know-only it wa.sn't. An unusual wedding occurred Saturday night, October, 1909, at Elizabeth College, i11 the presence of a large number of friends and Hheartsi' of the contracting parties, when the Senior and Sophomoie Classes. represented in Miss Louise Hipp as handsome groom and Miss Lula Mock as charming bride, solemnly vowed to desert their friends among other classes and to cleave unto each other only. The wedding was the feature of the reception given to the Sophomores by the Seniors. the event occurring in the gymnasium, which was prettily decorated in red and white in honor of the Sophomores. Miss Lula Frank Hedrick olliciated as min- ister, Miss Bert Dotger as best ma.n, Miss Rosslyn Hipp as maid of honor, Misses Mary King, Lucy Keister, Ethel Northey, Mamie Lewis, Sarah Houseal and Evelyn Rucker, groomsmeng Misses Laura Reilly, VVillie Anderson, Rosa- mond Lucas, Ina Parsons, Annie Rogers and Marguerite Brittain as bridesmaids. The ushers were Misses Addie Hinson, Ruth Lillard, Ernestine Graichen, Lula Carpenter, Hazel Robinson and Evelyn Lee. The 1'ibbon girls were Misses Myra Washburn, Lottie Blair, Jo Kinard and 1 l i 1 l i l Emily Vllright. The bridesmaids carried white carnations. The bride's bouquet was of B1'ide's roses. The bridal party stood before an altar banked with ferns and palms, harmon- izing with the color scheme. The music was furnished by Misses Siler. Lillard and Bradley. Miss Eva Covington sang "Uh, Promise Me" f in a captivating man- ner. The olliciating minister. Miss Hedrick, lttiltl with fitting solemnity the following impressive ceremony: "Dearly beloved. for as much as the relationship between the Senior Class and the Sophomore Class was instituted in the earliest days of college history and is honorable in all, it becomes those who would enter into this relationship to duly consider and weigh what the tra- ditions of the past are concerning it. It is well understood that one class should not Hght its battles alone and unaidedg it should have a. helpmeet. 'l'herefore shall these classes desert their friends among the Juniors and Freshmen a.nd cleave only unto each other. Seniors, love the Sophomores. So ought the Seniors to love the Sophomores even as their own bodies. She that loveth the Sopho- moies. loveth herself, for no Senior yet hated herself, but bedecked herself iu all her glory and attracted all the attention she could. "Sophomores. submit yourself unto your superiors. For the Senior is the head not only of the Sophomore, but of everything in school. Let them be sub- ject to the Seniors in all things. For you should also remember that by reason of our manifold shortcomings it has been appointed that those who enter into this relationship should have trials and tribulations. You cannot, therefore, expect always to come out on top. The otner class will sometimes put it over you, but if you are loyal and obey the behests of the Senior Class, they will 85 l l l l protect you in time of need and appro- priate your honor and glory unto them- selves. I exllort you diligently to con- sider the same and to strive to conform your ways to the will of your superiors. "As no impediments have been shown why you may not be lawfully joined together in this relationship, I ask you in the presence of the Faculty and stu- dent body: QTo Seniorsl Do you take the Sophomore Class to be your sister class, to Work together in harmony? VVill you love it, comfort it, honor and keep it as a faithful Senior Class is bound to do, in basket-ball contest, class lights and tyranny exercised by the Faculty, and forsaking all others, keep you only unto it as long as you stay in college ?" QAnswerJ: "XYe willfi LTO Sophomoresj: "Do you take this class to be your sister class, to work to- gether in harmony? YVill you faithfully promise to obey its commands, approve of its decisions, commend its conduct, and in all things be loyal unto it as long you stay in collegef' QAnsWerJ : "NVe will? "The ring is an emblem of unending loyalty. Unending and indissoluble be the bond of your union. tJoin right handsj. Forasmuch as the Seniors and Sophomores have mutually consented to live together i11 peace and friendship, and have witnessed the same before the assembled company, I pronounce you united classes." Then the bride and groom were ushered into the library, where they re- ceived the congratulations from their host of friends. After this a sumptuous course dinner was served in the dining room, artistically decorated in red and white. 86 l l l l x 1 1 I l l 1 l l E SENIOR SOPHOMORE BRIDAL PARTY HQ? NOTICE! An Important Meeting TIME-12 130-Saturday. PLACE-Hall of XVisdom. ENTER--tVVith dignihed and solemn treadj The nineteen fountain heads of knowledge of Elizabeth. PR15sID1NG RULER LoU1sE-Girls, come to order at onceg we have so many matters of importance to- ' -IAP-Yes-flzc Alllllldf-glTlS,I just want to emphasize the point that material must be in by next Saturday- LULA-Something new, we haven't heard that, but for the last twelve Saturdays- H.xz1cL R.-Madam President, I canit get any girls to be still long enough to get the sketches finished. 1 BERTilXl2lfl3.11l President. the Freshmen have colds, the Sophomores, history notebooksg the juniors, laboratory work-none of them can go to the photographers this month, but the Seniors, all except eighteen Qnineteen in class? have been to- .IAP-Perfectly disgusting. I tell you girls I'm going to use strenuous measuresg I tell you, Pm tired of talking. S.xR.x1e1 Qasidcj-Imagine it!! JAP-I want to impress upon you the need of co-operation and handing-in of material at once. IXIARY KING-Qtlzrillizzgl-VVas that an automobile I heard? Eviiixx I. 1212-I have been late twice-nobody can race down three flights of stairs and get to breakfast in three minutes. As a Senior class, I move We revolt. liI2RT-iXiOlJOClf,' has paid class dues for two months. HAMIIQ LEWIS-I have 150 subscriptions. .-XLI.--Oh l M. LEWIS--I meant counting boarders and day students, too. Am.-XN'e thought you meant day students. Ev12I.vN R.-I want the house to consider the point that we are all over- worked. and I move we have no monthly test after Christmas. ETHIEL N.--My brain is sprained now over history and English notebooks. EDNA AND ANNICE-VVe want to have Professor for the patron saint. RUTH B. AND RUTH l..--Wle second that motion. EVA-Have you ever decided who is going to be the chaperone at the Senior-Sophomore banquet. I think we ought to have Miss Sessions- .IAP-Girls, we are just talking. I tell you, the Annual is important. LUCY-The mascot's robe for the Annual has got to be made. ZULA Qbrrallflfss, after running up three Hights of stairsj-Girls, I'm awfully sorry l'm late. I had a class in Birdology-what have you been discussing? ALL-The Annual. ZULA-I move we adjourn. LoUIs1i-VVe have got to discuss where we are going to have the Annual meetings. -IAP-rAI'lCl the Annual material is not all in- Lunch bell rings. The motion for adjournment is seconded, and boarders rush down stairs pell mell, pulling off caps and gowns-make a dive for dining room just as Professor is about to tap bell. LOUISE TO EDN.-X-XX'YCll, we accomplished more than usual to-day in class meeting! 88 ,Mi0b5l5a7 I 89 -SZ- Athletic Association OFFICERS MARY TAYLOR SASSER . . . . . President IRENE MCLEOD . . Vice-Pfesident HAZEL ALBRIGHT . . Treasurer LOUISE HIPP . Secretary 'WW 90 DOTGER, Captain . HOUSEAL . . GRAICHEN . LEE . HEDRICK ALBRIGHT, Captain MOSELEY . . SAUNDERS . DEWOODY PEERY . BRITTAIN, Captain LUCAS . . . PARSONS . . ANDERSON . KINARD . K. VOLLERS, Captain L. HEARNE . ' POLVOGT . . . B. M. SIMMONS . SHARPE . . E. Voror, Captain C. Volor . . . STANSILL . HENDRIX ' PHILPOT SASSER, Captain . DOTGER . . BRITTAIN GRAICHEN HEDRICK SENIOR TEA M jUNIOR TEA.M SOPH OM ORE TEA Ill FRESHJWAN TE--UV! SPECIA L TE.-llll C OLLEGI A TE TEA M 91 Guard Forward Goal Guard Center Center Guard Guard Forward Goal Gaol Guard Guard Forward Center Center Guard Guard Goal Forward Center Guard Guard Goal Forward Guard Guard Forward Goal Center SENIOR BASKET BALL TEAM 92 'l' SOPHOMORE BASKET BALL TEAM FRESHMAN BASKET BALL TEAM JUNIOR BASKET BALL TEAM COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL mm ' SPECIAL BASKET BALL TEAM- Tennis Club HAZEL ALBRIGHT PEARLE BOGER MARGUERITE BRITTAIN LULA CARPENTER BESSIE CROCKETT CARRIE DERRICK AILEEN DREW MARGARET DEWOODY AUGUSTA GIESCHEN REBECCA HAENER HELEN HEARNE LAURA HEIARNE ZULA HEDRICK LOUISE HIPP ROSALYN HIPP ANNIE HOUSTON JOE KINARD THERESA KING EVELYN LEE ROSAMOND LUCAS BRUCE LANDIS LELIA MOCK ANNIE MOSELY PEARL MCCRACKIN BESSIE PEERY LUCILE POLVOGT INA PARSONS ANNIE ROGERS IWARY T. SASSER ANNICE SILER BLANCHE SIMMONS VERNA SUMMER CAROLINE VOIGT ELIZABETH VOIGT KATHERINE VOLLERS EMILY WRIGHT JENNIE KROEG H iIif"'l! r E cr J IN'-N Www A A93 4' 1 '-WIA K LC. T 1 ii!! I L E 1 A ,- i M - A A xx A gggjgj , X is f' I :FV I i I ..,.,a'9- ' I f QI 4- . .' -9 lgx 95 A "Betsy" Romance HATE him! Yes, I hate him! Here it has been a whole week and I haven't had a line from him. Boys are certainly abominable, and I hate every one of them, there's not a streak of sincerity in them." "Oh, Kate! VVhat's the matter now? Are you homesick? Do raise your head up and tell me why you are crying so," said Dot, coming in from Physics and finding Kate in a bundle of sobs on the bed. "Not a thing but that horrid old George again. He promised me I should hear from him regularly twice a week, and here it has been a week to-day and I haven't had a scratch fromlhim, and I hate him, yes, I do, Dot, for he promised me he'd never forget me, and here it's only been four weeks since I left him and he's already forgotten me. I'm sorry I told him I loved him that night in the summer-house. I really and truly didn't mean to tell him, but, then it was all so grand--the moon was shining down through the leaves, and he looked right in my face, and I just couldn't keep from blushing-and-and-yes, I told him I loved him-but I don'tg no, sirree, I don't. "Oh, I've a capital idea, I'll make him jealous, that's what Ifll do. I'll write to Tom to-night and tell him that the Ben Greet players are going to play on the campus and he must come by all means. Of course, he'll come and he'l1 think I didn't mean what I said about not loving him. George told me he was coming up for it. VVell, that's all the good it will do him, for I'm not even going to smile at him. I'll make him jealous if it's the last act of my life." "But Kate, how are you going to do it?" asked Dot. "You just leave that to me, Dot, for I am going to play this game, and it's a game of three, too." "Do hurry, Dot, and let's get a good seatf' said Kate two weeks later, on the night of the performance. "Here, right here, Dot, do let's sit here, for we can see the stage line, and I'm sure George will pass us here. i "I wish you would look there. If there isn't Tom Martin right over there as sure as I live. "Yes, and here goes George, too, and he's sitting right where I can't help but look at him, and no, I'm not going to smile at himf' "Kate, don't you see Tom looking at you? Do turn around and look at him, for he's about to stare a hole through you." The performance was over now, and Kate was longing for one farewell glimpse of George. ' 96 "There, now, I was about to forget my game, I was thrilling so over seeing George-no, I don't love him. I don't! I don't! I don't! Wfhere did you say Tom vvas-do show me quick-there now, stop pointing, for I'm almost sure he saw you. Now, I've caught his eye, and I did smile at him just as sweetly as if I really and truly did love him, and I'm quite sure I could if I didn't-if I was quite sure George didn't love me. "Oh, Dot, look! George is dropping something in the bush. Do you reckon it's for me? I just know it is, for he keeps looking back. Do I dare go and get it?" "Of course, go get it, Kate, it may explain matters some." "You're right, Dot, l'll run the risk." "Oh, dear, do you reckon anyone saw me? I did have a time getting here." said Kate, gasping for breath as she neared the little bush. She grabbed the little paper and read with eager eyes: "Can you meet me at the poplar tree ?"-GEORGE. Kate crushed the paper in her hand and hung her head in thoughtful study. Campus, chaperones and the solitude of her own room and a rocking chair ran through her mind in rapid succession. I ' "VVhat care I for campus now so long as I can talk to George even for a few minutes ?', Kate said half aloud. "I'll do it!" and was nearing the dear old tree before the words were hardly spoken. "Mr. Gordon, did you wish to speak to me ?" Kate said with outward calm- ness, but her heart was full. "Yes, Kateg did you really mean it ?" "Wl1y, what, George ?l' "This, Kate." After a faithful search in his inside pocket, he handed her a very dilapidated letter. Kate read: "Once for all, No-I don't love you. It is necessary to tell you I love another man," and that was all she saw. i "George! !" "Kate!!" "That was not meant for you.", After Hfteen minutes spent in blissful delirium, George came to earth to say: "Kate, it is almost time for the 10235 car, and the train leaves at II 150. Ch, never mind your things. This note will make that all O. K., and we'1l send it to Dr. King to-morrow." M. D. 97 7 l'lere's a toast to our Mother Nurse We all say "Bless her heartf' VVith water-bags and pills and salts, She nobly does her part. M. 98 E. K X !"'. 9 . I . iff? ff f X. M. For ir L 1 'K f 4 M 'l 4 X. la.. if ' 7 ' f -5523 '-, 1, if. 1. b v fl ky.. l' "rr - V ,V if-Y, 1" .f - N' fix 1 i T 1 l' '- ' -111 - Ms .-' ' it .iff 1 t-'V j if .. . . , ,. f . ' t.. . .,, "1 . E, f 3' ,aw ,-' , M i, 'U mf - W, -15437 5, 1 . . . Q 1 - 4 5, 1 - - ' 's.,,, ,, . , " I-if ' sg " . .V 1. EJ' ' - X - g ,gi i X 91.3, 'Af V 1- 9, - A--1 1 . N L fl ' 1 FW' " A zz . V, ,P , 1 Q 1' .P , f g ii 'H 1 , y f ffarrl' -.af ' '54 September October 9, October 1 1 October 1 9 October 30 November November November December December 16, , . 1 1 S1 16 to 25, 4. 6. December 18, January 5, January 18, January 22, February 14, April 1, May 9, 14, May 15, May 16, May 17, .mf ,f 'li f t 'E' v : . 'rrwuiif ill. Calendar 1909-'10 Arrival of "old" and "new" girls. Seniors march into chapel wearing caps and gowns for first time. Euchrestian's reception to faculty and new members. Diatelean reception to faculty and new members. Hallowe'en party. Senior Class submits a "petition of rights" to the faculty. 19, No rats at Elizabeth. Thanksgiving Day. Holiday. Senior-Sophomore wedding. Miss Palmer entertains the Senior Class. Home for the Christmas holidays! Work resumed, but everyone saddened by Miss Palmer's illness. Examination week. Great excitement over the arrival of new lady principal-Mrs. Funkhouser Diatelean-Euchrestian reception. ? ? 3 ? Senior's reception to Juniors, President's reception to Seniors, reception to Seniors. Baccalaureate Sermon. Monday afternoon-Reception and art exhibit. Monday evening-Annual concert. Tuesday morning-Senior Class Day exercises, Tuesday evening uating exercises. l T s is ' i lit 1 1 r ! 1 :Nj . If, 5 ' . z a IPS 2 W 1 2 1 fd' ' a i n i' 7- I ,,., . . my 99 I Junior s -Grad awe SUMMER HOUSE ON THE CAMPUS 100 Li mem EGRL? Eleanor Qwewzerregf goezevgley I Siegmimtettfieewe Sweeter GCC Ili! gizooomlmwcwenlmfirt Y4NuNIrtw4t1tr'oBf,, NIIIQ' ,QL ru LPNQQ nog ffIIP0om14eIIqAIlIeAButr'ItI rnn!iII QIIcxw.n tl,IIief'lrel VCVIICIIUGIAL 1' .A . ,Ar to get Ave INIIAJLI tc 'CJNQIMQNIIO Illle FINE 62.1390 TAI: ,n Cl FACULTY ENTIRE FACULTY In Coaching on Form ADVISE I Not AT RECEPTION To Wear Deoolette Dresses with Exeellettt lteettlte 6,331 !I1eBMEfEEI"g IW' HEARTS BROKEN Borrowed Property Returned AT THE RECEPTION S'U'Ie'JI?0fIJS?n!YtII??C"U" Young Ladies of Elizabeth HIheC"'IrG'aIDaW" 101 "Sat Upon" fWith apologies to LIFED. Her experience at Elizabeth Is common to us all. The monitor First sat on her For loitering in the hall. She rushed to Math-ten minutes late- Was sat upon again. She got zero for skipping classg A rep for talking then. On German and Psychology Her fate was just the sameg Then the English teacher squelclzed her 'Til she scarcely knew her name. She was caught in a boarder's room- That sweet, forbidden place- The Administration met that night To .fir upon her case. 102 Hearts" and Clubs 1 3 AM' 771 4 5555 UAM H fJW YM Tar Heels MARY SASSER HELEN HEARNE LAURA HEARNE THERESA ICING PEARL BOGER CORA STANSILL LULA CARPENTER EYELYN LEE LELIA MOCK ZULA HEDRICK EVA COVINGTON ANNITA BRYANT IRENE MCLEOD HAZEL ALBRIGHT CORNEILLE PARSONS MANIE LEAK PARSONS NIARGUERITE BRITTAIN ANNIE HOUSTON ' KATHERINE VOLLERS LOUISE VOLLERS LUCILLE POLVOCT AUGUSTA GIESCHEN LOTTIE MAY BLAIR BRUCE LANDIS HONORARY MEILQBERS MISS VVILLIS REV. PATTERSON Day Students not included in above club. 104 MISS DOTGER MISS CHALMERS M7 A EXW T fi W XE ff! ASQ , w ee- f A , , -E WW E NNS 'W X?--'I - I E- figf, -ff age- rg-,,, A-:. ,,. L44' " South Carolina Club LOUISE HIPP . SARAH HOUSEAL BLANCHE SIMMONS ETTA SKIPPER . EDNA HIPP ROSALYN HIPP REBECCA HAFNER MARGUERITE ADAMS EMILY WRIGHT CARRIE DERRICK JENNIE KROEG CAROLINE VOIGT OFFICERS MEMBERS . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MARY STARR VERNA SUMMER PEARL MCCRACKIN CLEO SPEARS EMILY ETHERIDGE ROSALIA HENDRIX JOE IQINARD ELIZABETH VOIGT HONORAR Y IMEMBER MISS EARLE 105 O, 3 LX, .7 1 0 Ngyvl 7 or X f " via . 86 f f 47 'Q - . 6 5 T is 'ij SZ? Xi'1Kf'O'?g2e A A A A si f -f we A - . A 1 wierd.. ,X ? O og ' up XX 'Od 0 wa s b 'FQ ,JJ I 'OO O , d aa Q, :W OR D o tio 610911 842, C556 L M Qgfo o tb tr f 0 D 08 1 T . . . Nj! V1rg1n1aClub it f f S K K JV- 0 23552 REPRESENTATIVES LE 1 Cisco ERNESTINE GRAICHEN ADELLE PAGE I W 3 BESSIE CROCKETT BESSIE PEERY . I Ki Q35 ifoad B. J. CROCKETT . . Governor kk 6 E. GRAICHEN Senator H303 B.PEERY . . . Congressman GOVERNOR,S X7ETOI "I hereby veto the bill which affirms there is any other State besides Virginia. " SENATOR: Amendment-"VVe will leave the State of Virginia provided We ca find a better one. " I1 REPRESENTATIVE: "I propose the bill namely: 'VVe will never leave the State DR. ICING of Virginia' " SUPREME jUDGE MISS PALMER A SSOCIA TE bf UDGES MISS UMEERGER MRS. FUNKHOUSER 106 l United States Club MOTTO: The Union of these States is perpetual. District Of Columbia . . MARION ELLIOTT . . Pennsylvania . . 1-1.-XZEL CHERRYMAN . Georgia . . ANNICE SILER . . SENA TOKS New Jersey . . , . Florida . Florida Texas . 107 . , Pres. . Vice Pres . See. HAZEL MACNICHOLS CORNELIA DREW AILEEN DREW ANNIE ROGERS Hobo Band I. MCLEOD, Director ERNESTINE GRAICHEN EVA COVINGTON RUBY RICHARDSON ANNITA BRYANT HAZEL MACNICHOLS 108 ZULA FIEDRICK ANNICE SILER MARY SASSER SARAH HOUSEAL EDNA HIPP 22 m 'ev S GJ A S O :fm va Q? 2 , gui 6 A iiizwg fzwiim in Di fligjmci ss farg, .J 'mimi' craig? :n'L ,394 2 F' 5 .cn 88 '05 ,E ': LFS 2 Q' Jew- mm 4gEs: .JDYSQB OU ms U1 Ez y 22:52 Qjzmfi ,., ac , 52 Q A rpm? L-qmvf,-:,,-. Ay!-Ll EDS drxifzfllwj EEEW F4494 , 2504 Y." Q14 Z F-Tl.: 'A LJ E 3 .S Q Q, UD Ld J wpx Q- S5' 31 4: fv":cug: Q.: EEFQ H 55,16-GSE A265 Qcfvp ji w .Q A my O was -M 31' Em ,E 5:94:13 I'EL'gg.,Q- QIALQQWQ- erm V394 Cfzwfm Jgjdml 'jsp-E AEEH ez .fz .fi 44" :ED "H ee 5.335225 fi U51-fs P35555 09- EES Qcuoq-, mvgr-ACYSCU wal! Emi 2'- 5-1 LY-4 Li me god Ez M2 GJ.. :Ji - fu god cd mi 320 3:3 'gill Q :S wg E8 Z GJ E EF -2 2 Q-E E Bw 33 - Q Su CUGJ Ilbn wx-. wi' fi S in 7 Beta Phi Mu MOTTO: " Me11101'y'5 leaflets close shall t-wzne 'round our lzerzrts IOI' aye COLORS: Old Rose and Gold. MARY ELIZABETH KING, President MEMBERS MARTHA HOWELL SARAH HOUSE.AL CORNEILLE DURHAM NIARY TAYLOR SASSER BERTHA C. DOTOER CORA STANSILL HAZEL CHERRYMAN HAZEL IWACNICHOLS FLORA JEFFRIES 110 F. S. P. COLORS: Purple and Green. FLOWER: Palma, Violet. MOTTO: 'iNever trouble trouble, 'till trouble troubles you." 4 M EM B ERS ALRIA OATES ELEANOR ALEXANDER XVILLIE NICLAUGHLIN NIARGARET DEWOODY 111 I Loafers MEMBERS IRENE MCLEOD THERESA KING ROSALIE PHILPOT PEARL BOGER CORA STANSIL .ANNIE HOUSTON LAURA HEARNE NIARGUERITE BRITTAIN HELEN HEARNE BE COLORS: Dark. TIME OF MEETING: Tuesday 1fzightafzferE. L. S. THE ETERNAL QUESTION: Tobe or not Tobe? FAVORITE SONG: "Afraid to go Home in the Dark. " 15' of pb' 4 I l Q, MEMBER.S E' t Q ETHEL NORTHEY ADDIE HINSON , 5. HAZEL ROBINSON E ,-Jiri' iq- ' Q-5, E : " 3 ' 'A 2 7 ' . . . I L, L - '11, N. B.-OccaS1Ona1 practIce In cross 'ax xx X M " country runs required. .nm-""H. L X 1 X 112 Per Ventilator CoNNEcT1oN: Rooms No. 6.1, No. 66. if 1161.91 U H v ' g U Q ww--cm-m - inn., My W' tl, PEARL- Ludel Lude! What t1rne1s1t? tLUDE '-Silence. I H Q I VERNAH-" Hazel, is it time to get up?" HAZELAH Fifteen after--get up. " , 47 -209 -51?ii11l11IH- tI,UDE UTf1-I1-I shore do hate to get up! 1 N CFour minutes laterl F . A tap on No. 64 by 'Lude Fm up, are you ' all up? " C7 3255 ALL--"Oh you, Mary Janes!" The Four Saints CPD IVIEIWBERS EVA TRENE JAP NIT.X Enough said. 113 Sisters Club Big Sfslers LOUISE HIPP CORNELIA DREW CAROLINE VOIGT HELEN HE.ARNE NIANIE LEAK PARSONS Guardian Angel, EDNA 114 Litile Sisters ROSALYN HIPP AILEEN DREW ELIZABETH VOIGT LAURA HEARNE - CORNEILLE PARSONS HIPP Kodak Club AMBITIOUN: To be Faculty Plzolognzjalzez' MOTTOI " Look pretty and act foolish. ' CORNEILLE Snapper PURNIA Talker MANIE LEAK Giggler ' PEGGY Poser RUBY Chewer BIARGUERITE Peace Maker TI-IERESA Grumbler T The W 1l1Tl1HgtOH Triplets FLOWER: Lily of the Valley MAscoT: " Towsef' PLACE OF MEETING: Room 36 TIME: .lazy old time HONORA R l ' ZWEJWBER LOUISE VOLLERS Doots . . . TQATHERINE Koots ..... LUCILLE Toots ..... AUGUSTA FAVORITE STUNTS DOOTS: Thinking about "Two Bums. " KooTs: Dreaming about " U. N. C. " TooTs: Giving "spiels" on those horrid masculine specimens. 115 8 ni- 'a 'ff LTR if U I ref' ,VL ' ' V ,W ig Lani COt1ll1On Club 1 . g., 4 'I MARY TAYLOR SASSER President I I , S A f HAZEL ALBRIGHT . Vice-President W M X 'L IRENE MCLEOD . Treasurer S V XX S MEMBERS X 1 ' ,V I K", HAZEL ALBRIGHT X fl Z fa. A. f , Q filb X LOTTIE MAY BLAIR , I PEARLE BOGER S .f x.. ., N19 I 11 ' X X5 I X fn X A f M Q X .I ,fi W e 'Af L- Y' E LELIA MOCK. LUCILE POLYOGT CORNEILLE PARSONS MANIE LEAK PARSONS ROSALIE PHILPOT ANNIE ROGERS MARY TAYLOR SASSER BLANCHE SIMMONS VERNA SUMMER CORA STANSILL ETTA SKIPPER CLEO SPEARS CAROLINE VOIGT ELIZABETH VOIGT KATHERINE VOLLERS EMILY VVRIGHT .-1' 116 MARGUERITE BRITTAIN EVA COVINGTON MARGARET DEWOODY AILEEN DREW CORNELIA DREW MARION ELIOTT PURNIA FOUSHEE AUGUSTA GEISCHEN' ERNESTINE GRAICHEN R. HAFNER HELEN HERNE LAURA HERNE ANNIE HOUSTON ZULA HEDRICK SARAH HOUSEAL EDNA HIPP LOUISE HIPP ROSALIND HIPP THERESA KING JENNIE KROEG BRUCE LANDIS EVELYN LEE ROSAMOND LUCAS IRENE MCLEOD PEARLE MCCRACKIN HAZEL MACNICHOLS Erie Canal Club CREVV OF BATTLESHIP .MARS A. SILER . .......,. Admiral C. PARSONS ..... . Roar Adnural Ll E U TENA N TS H. MACNICHOLS-First H. CHERRYMAN--Second ENSIGNS C. VOIGT D. PAGE E. X7OIGT MIDSHIPZVIEN M. ADAMS T. KING M. BRITTAIN MANIE LEAK PARSONS B. CROGKETT BESSIE PEERY P. FOUCHEE A. ROGEIQS R. HAFNER C. STANSILL A. HOUSTON M. YOUNT I. HORNE R. RICHARDSON, Stexvaml 117 LULA CARPENTER EVELYN LEE HAZEL ALBRIGHT ZULA HEDRICK PEARL MCCRACKIN VERNA SUMMER LELIA MOCK INA PARSONS The Bee Hive MOTTO: I be, you be, we all bees. OCCUPATION: Disgbensing sweets TIME OF MEETING: When the honey 1' PLACE: Keepefs cell SONG: Wlzen the Bees are in the Hive MISS FRAYER . Queen Bee Drone Bee Laughing Bee Talking Bee Twin Bees Honey Bee Busy Bee . Keeper Of the Hive CARRIE DERRICK ROSALIA HENDRlK ROSAMOND LUCAS .IENNIE KROEG EMILY ETHERIDGE CLEO SPEARS ANNIE MOSELEY JOE liINARD 5 in ilze comb Jolly Bee Flying Bee Bumble Bee Doctor Bee Sleeping Bee Big Bee UD Stinging Bee Baby Bee North East Corner Club GIESCHEN A Mule VOLLERS jininiy SKIPPER Circus IVIOSELY Geech PoLvoG'r Blondey IQINARD Tiny Tiny MEJWBER5 "Eyes" "Mot" " Heart " "Concord 9 "The Follies of 1910" I-Iere's to the Follies of mio, May they live one thousand years To sorter keep things lively In this vale of human tearsg And herf-'s that I may live one thousand years- Did I say a thousand years? No, a thousand less a day, For I should hate to live on earth, And know they'd passed away. " PINE GROVE NEAR COLLEGE, STROLLING GROUNDS 120 '54 Q' Qi' img? .W-Yinm rf' Riding Club MARY IQING President HAZEL MAGN1CHU1.s Sccrctary SARAH HOUSEAL Vice-President CORA STANSILL Treasurer MEMBERS MARY SASSER ZULA HELJIQICK AUGUSTA GIESCIIEN BRUCE LANUIS LAURA HEARNE NULL SAUNDERS CORNELIA DREW' IRENE IHCLIZQJIJ BLANCHE SIMMONS CHAPERON DR. C. B. KING 121 In Memoriam Dido, the friend of boyhood days- Companion brave and true, With faithful love you clung to me In health, and sickness too. Long years we played together In happy, careless joyg No other pet I cared for But you, my 'lColonel" Boy. You were the first to meet me, With gladness in your toneg Each action spoke true welcome Whenever I came home. Good-bye, "Big Boy," I miss you, The plow is scarce the same, A solemn stillness greets me As I wander up the lane. Now you have left me, Dido, And gone to your sweet rest. My heart is full of sadness, But yet I know 'twas best. For age was creeping o'er you, Your bright eyes growing dim, Your step, once swift and full of gl Had lost its vigor trim. A little grave we made you Under the apple tree IVhere oft we played together- My dear "Big Boy" and nie. GEIQARID 'ro His PET Doo.-A. VV. K. 122 C6 What the Daisy Told T was in a meadow field with white daisies, and here came two persons- the one a girl, the other, well-oh, why, yes a boy-could Fate have decreed otherwise. They were happy, in a way, yet in a very uncertain way, and uncertainty sometimes leads to disappointment. The boy seemed to realize this, and as they wandered on, his brow assumed a troubled look. Finally they reached a little knoll and here they lingered, then sat down. The girl hngered the chain around her neck, played with her rings, tossed her handker- chief in the air, all the while talking incessantly, for she seemed to have a premonition of something brooding in her companions mind. He was still, very still, and motionless. She plucked a daisy and began pulling its petals one by one, his eyes were set intensely upon herg suddenly a glow of joy beamed on her face as she tore the last petal from the flower. She caught his glance, her lashes droopedg his thoughts found utterance in these words: "Are you glad?', "Yes," she said. "And did you not mean it for me ?" he said, hesitatingly. Again she murmured "yes." Softly he whispered some- thing in her ear, which was meant for her and the daisy, and they all nodded assent. No 'more did uncertainty and doubt fill their minds, and the hovering darkness that was slowly gathering around them came all unnoticed 5 they were contented, and all was well. '?Too young for love? Ah, say not so! Tell reddening rosebuds not to blow! Wait not for spring to pass away- Love's summer months begin with May! Too young for love? Ah, say not so! Too young? Too young? Ah, no! no! no! Too young for love? Ah, say not so! While daisies bloom and tulips glow! June soon will come with lengthened day- To practice all love learned in May. Too young for love? Ah, say not so! Too young? Too young? Ah, no! no! no." 123 CAMPUS v1Ew NEAR SUMMER HOUSE 124 ll Side . . lgs ll I 6 A s 'ii 1.4:- wt. X if, . saw I i Ag. Z' L4 ,S my 1 L. H. Cpoirttirzg to her cflbowj-"Oh, I have hurt my ankle. " B. D. Goldsmith began a new error feral in the English language. V. S.-"Hazel have you a teaspoon? I want to pour it down Evelyn's throat: she has the asparagus Qrneaning tonsilitisl. E. L,-"Men thought they could reach Constantinople by going past Jericho. " E. H.-"I am going to sing a solo in the Lutheran church this afternoon. " E. S.-"Are you going to sing it by yourself?" Miss P.-"Miss Skipper, name the New England States." E. L. Cafter giving Etta a pmzrlij-"You forgot to name New Jersey. " Miss K.-"Who was Achilles?" M. F.-He was a lover of Katrine Van Tassel. " S. H.-"Isn't she the girl in 'The Bow of Orange Ribbon' " C. D. Cin city just after the streets had been sprinkledj-"Isn't it funny that it rained in Charlotte and not at Elizabeth? " FRESH wants to know how to think deep in a shallow place? SENIUR-"Will Thanksgiving come on Saturday this year? " JUNIOR-6iWOHt we have holiday on Friday following Thanksgiving?" 5 FREsH-"Why?" JUNIOR-UBBCEIIISC, that will be Good Friday." JAP-"The Indians came in with con- cealed weapons to amuse the English." SOPH.-"Oh, I got up early this morning and saw the most beautiful sunset. " Miss K,-"Miss Robinson, do you think this sentence adds to the thought of the story?" Miss R.-"No, it neither adds nor rletects. " Miss P.'f"Please raise the door and shut the window. " Miss PALMER: "What men before Christ believed that the world was round?" E, N.+"Aristotle and Pluto Ujlatoj " Miss PALMER---"Miss R., what is a demagogue? " Miss R.-"He is a teacher." Miss RANDo1.1'H Cwhitcv on duty om' night on the third fioor, heard cz noise in orzc' of the rooms, knocked on the door and saidj--"If you girls do not cease making so much noise, I shall report you to Miss Palmer. " The girls making the noise were Cornelia Earle and Irene Palmer. L. K.-"'Ethel, you read me the English lesson, and I shall listen with one ear, and and copy these notes with the other." EVA C.-"Miss Reilley, please don't sneeze in the Library, it makes too much noise. " G. R.-"VVeren't the expositions Cex- hibitionsj at the fair Hne this year?" SENIOR-"Where does the dead man live?" B. P. Creading a magazine, slapped sud- denly and askedj-"What does N. C. mean?" FREsHMAN ftranslating in Fremhj- "Saturday is the seventeenth day of the week. " E. S.-"I wish I were Solomon, that strong man in the Bihle. " A. G.-"Solomon wasn't the strongest man, it was Samuel." M ISS K.-"Young ladies, I want you to sit in those same seats for a Week, until I can learn your names. " Mlss P.-"In a mine explosion, four hundred men were killed, and left a thou- sand widows. " DR. KING Cin Psychol0glV?-"Young ladies, you should not use slang, take my advice and 'cut it 0ut."' ,a Miss JACKSON-'iMlSS Reilley, how is distilled water made? " Miss REILLEY-iiCOOk it. " Miss PALMER-"Who was joan of Arc?" C. D. fafter cz pausej-"Oh! I know who she wasg she Was the girl in South Carolina history. She carried a message from Gen- eral Green to General Grant." H. R. to E. N.-"Have you ever seen a president of the U. S? " E. N.-"None except Bryan." Said Miss KRENNING TO LOUISE, "Of what have we been talking, tell me please? " With a meek and gentle look she gazed upon her book. " Pluto, " she said, with never a thought that it was of the Greek philosopher fP1atoD we had talked. E. H.-"I don't imagine it will be as hard for Shackelton to discover the South Pole as it was for Peary to discover the North Pole, as a person can stand heat much better than they can cold." FRESH.-'LMlSS Klager, do we have the Hacrobatic' fchromaticb scales for our lesson this morning? " E I V . 3 Q -u V : ia , . s L S D 'Q 44 At Close of Day 'Tis set of sung the shadows lengthen- The golden west glows like a rose, Which charms one with its Heeting beauty As day draws to its close. Twilight nowg the pensive twilight- When sounds are hushed and only dreams Of what has been-and hopes for future- Flit by its fitful streams. The robe of night is slowly falling, And soft winds sigh for joys now Hedg Yet, high above, with steadfast brightness, A star shines overhead. H. M. R. ,IO. 127 28 abinSoQ iq ... ' off' f J -.. I Xkikx W W W X X + W W W K i X X M W i M X M X X M K X X X W 4 W W W X W 4 W X i X X X X M 4 X X W X X X i 4 M W Q2 X' X' 1 Wiki? K 2? XXXWXWXX XXXXXX T lze Satzkfezetion of Comparzkon Some people do not like to buy unless they can choose between one of several, XXX' 342462292 There is a certain pleasure in believing the one you bought is better i than the other. It is a matter of personal pleasure We clon't we - ale it T deny you. But we safeguard you by having f k i W W X U3 H rn '11 '11 IP Z U CD E P 2 Y X ae - e- A as e ee- -me mf-ee we . . X E the two best pzanos made, we belzewe, i Q judging from evidence 22 Xikkkiiik 5. VC' I3 'J' O E 2 'S if 'U nn 3 : Q T G 3 2 1 D, o I3 3 O- O 94 ze ew Z3 w 0 4 o T' O Q' fm 5 Q 3 S. D- Sl S o 2 fi ii. -. Q Q Q rn fl YB cn. RF' E in rv E? r-1 SQ Q. 2' ln e S 5-' S S Lf? m IIS O U2 RXXXWXWWXW Pianos have to a certain extent their individuality. The law recognizes what XXXXXWW S0 rv :s cz. sn Ph F? CD "1 Q 9. :Q UQ FD ln. :r FD "i no U2 5. CD 32 o "1 U: :r S3 KWWX??W an y other makes. Remernber, they both begin with X? un SD SL UI Ph sw O S. o :S E. cr CD rn K4 :s o :s se: E? O c Se W 1 if 1 aweaeae i we i 5 X?kiXWWi XXXWWXX HA . . STIEFF WWKXXXWXXWWXX U3 CD G' Es Q1 22' elif 53. Sw 2? Q S Q s QL vi KNO- 5. 50 UIQ. Ei HE. Q05 5' ei? W Q 25 53 U1 P3 ?MXXX?XXW?XXWK? CHARLOTTE, N. C. C. H. WILMOTH, - - - Manager Wiki? WWW? -X? X M 4 W' W' P 4 5? if il? E R E it if it if it if it 9? if it it 2? it if it ek it it if PAQ it if it is R2 if 92 BE 22 it di it at ak it it if F? 5? if it 7? 79 it we . ekvk 130 QWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWQ W W W W W W W W W W W ' W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W Q W A 1 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 1 1 W W W W W W W 312 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W vc W W W W Jno. S. lake Drug . "ON THE SQUAREY' Full Line Hudnut's Toilet Preparations Izdgefztx for W lzitman 'J Candies DRINK AT OUR FOUNTAIN. EVERYTHING SANITARY AND UP-TO-DATE Phone 41 -W Prescriptions Filled Day or Night Jno. S. lake Drug Co. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWW W WWWWWWWW WW WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWW WWWW WW 2WWW WW 7F W W W WEEK? X K E Y 4 E M X M W W W W X W X 516 X K Tie X X H Y X X W ilk W X X W W W W W X ii X M X X X M W M X W W M X W W 4 W M X W kiiikimk ki LAFRANCE if THE BETTER SHOE FOR WOMEN E if A HA The Shoe with the exquisite IH finish, perfect fit and ele- T 195 KEP ARE510 gant style that appeals to Q T If ESO NRE College Girls. :: :: :: :: T H 4' X UTH ARK These and all the new pretty if Q things in Shoes and Slippers Q i at our Shoe Store :: :: :: 1 ELL Ste E W 22 Sli' 'Sli' El? T Wiki? XWWXXWWX DELANE SHOE CO. 36 EAST TRADE STREET H 4 32 is i PHONE 1443 NIGHT CALL 1146 1 4 ' X E W XMMWYXX XXXXXXX SCHOLTZ ki XX SL fb 4 X T bsjwmm T gtg g , .f, "TEE ,, , H , 'W 1 BQ? D fi Roses, Carnations 5 Violets, Pot Plants S Bridal Bouquets ie FUNERAL DESIGNS 2 me i 306 N. TRYON STREET CHARLOTTE, N. C. i ww E H2 W2 W ik ii 9? if is 62 2 ii if 3? is if is is is if ik if 22 if ik ek GE ii ak SK 5? PM HM 92 GE if 52 9? RQ age HE ik ik ek DE is GM at -HG ik RG HM RQ HK 9? Sk BM BM weak 132 Xiii?kiiiiikkkikkkiX?X?XWX?MXk+???kkim? FA HION'S INVIT TIO Wikikiikik XMXWXXXWHK E HAVE so many beautiful things to show i you, all the things we have decreed proper 1 for Spring and Summer. In Millinery we Will Q i exhibit our best Work-the Very smartest and Di most elegant modes from Paris. Then there Q y are dress goods, beautiful Real Laces for trim- Q 1 ' ming and Lace Collars. The Suits and Coats 5, Q I 'are all par excellence. They hang and Ht just 1 perfectly. VVe are Special Agents of "Queen Q Quality" Shoes, cannot be bought anywhere if else in the City. All the latest style Leather, Qi 1 Width, Toes, etc., both in Low and High Cut. Q T, VVe invite you to call on us. 2: 2: 2: 2: -1 i W ' K WWXWMWXW UU F1 F' W UU O 25 O75 7c:F' .40 md QS D, FU O E Z P MXWWRWXM MXXWXXWHXWW WXXXWXWMXWX LEO NEST SEAY W ale W W '-I I P1 '-I O C5 PU DP '-:J E F1 71 X X areaetewaeeaawaeewe Z :D U F11 "'i I l'1'J 'U ?l G "I Cf 'PU FU CD aexexewaawfwezeaet IN THIS BOOK iikiiiiiikk W W W W W W W X W W X i W X it K W W5 K W X W W M X k X X W M X W R M EQ? 526 M N X W X R6 X M W K H X W BQ? X H H M WXMWXKXWMWW 21 NORTH TRYON STREET 133 WMWXXWXWXW XX? Stone and Barringer I+, Company W X W H W v X 5 Book, Smizonery cmd Ar! Store X 352 22 South Tryon Street 2 2 CHARLOTTE, - NORTH CAROLINA 2 W W X MMW?XWXMkifXifikkkkkikkkikkkkkkkkwkk 134: XkikikkikikkkikkXXXXXXWXXXKXXXWMXXMWX MXMWXMXX Xiikkkii The Little-Long Co. at jf d it 352 Q UR IMMENSE BUSINESS covering six qi floors has grovvn to such proportions that Q we have had to remodel the different de- we , C it partments to better accommodate the ever in- 1 creasing multitude of buyers. www? kim We have placed every department on a higher W Q2 plane, and good management and courteous treat- 2 ment, coupled with alert and experienced buyers gf have forged us to the front, and the Little-Long it Cols. Stamp carries with it the assurance of desir- D U' D-1 CD D D Q4 Q4 CD 'U CD I3 Q4 D UA P-4 CD CD "1 O U' N D 94 m FD MXMKWWWKWXXXWKWXKXM O : "1 o U3 FT '-U o 'o E 99 "Q Departments X X K 4 i if Are Our Immense Ready-to-Wear, Milli- Q W i X K erewiexaie D rn P1 if CB F Y' U "2 rn CD CD GU O O D- Y' 'J' gl ro CD C C D- in aswwew swims? 'Tl C "S E. U3 Eff D UQ T N D .Q- 3-4 G 5 Q- "Q T4 swarms i Embroidery, Ribbons, Laces, Ladies' MiiiMki WXXXWkM??X?WMHkXkWMWWXMMHXXXWX 135 '20 E M-I o no U na 2 20 Cd o Z "U :P 2 P4 CINCORPORATEDJ CDRUGGISTS X i zz 2: ON THE SQUARE :z 2: i TWEGHQSQHRHK RHHESHGBE Maewazewwae QE- 'S CA FV- SQ o G za- I-I Q I O FP 5 S U gc? rn :S FU Q cn 3 Q 9 aa .. 8 l" -3 E UU 2. Iv 3 Q "' cn 4 'SI' 'L 1. g G, ff 9 N U1 5 0 5. R' 52. 5? ml an - N aoaeaaevoaexeaeaweeaeaeae HHN BHK 5493959 :P VQ N 5 'Ja' if YI: Cf '4 l" F11 72 fn 9 Z U P4 5 5 B9 fm Y Q Q va Q5 WWW? 55,62 Wit? A. R. WILLMANN COMPANY PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING CHARLOTTE, N. G. 1 I SD I3 Q.. P-I H O D "U 5 'O Y' l'I1 1-0- E' l'1'1 1+ 9 IHQRHE if Sai .-.. , ' ,:': V :EEg21i:f. if We Fumish IRI'IHIMt'+IIwIIIIIIa 1- 35 jg ,I Q .,, mI- T IMI - 33 51,5 and Erect lllllllllttiillil-12!'!lII ,' - -' arf' LL H ' , f5"':i'i'5 WOfk R4 it i t' - , ' "aa2: I2 fm5'5Eff:f4 at E Wind-Mills, a 1 5" L i W ,MW Guaranteed BE 32 c Y 6 e 1, IIIIn:IHII!iifiiiiiI1'lfllifiQiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiltig i 32 Gas Machines jr it Q? Zvi 1 ai ......,,I U- ay: we 24 92 929 Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, Terra Cotta Pipe, Wood 322 XQ?HQi"fiL?HHi2GUM?14955924Rf9H4?'HQ??9tQ?'I2RG5HQ?I62l42Q5HQ?wQR4?I'f?HI45Q45E7'kW9E?H2?,25E?HG5i99tG2t2 136 XWEWX X X K Y W W W W W X X E X W W X W W W W K W X X W if ix? E W W W W H X W E N X X W X N M W W W M X X M E X X X H X X 4 Miki? we av: W , 0 H Purcell 5 Specwlty Storee if Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments of Quality i9if?H6?H+2 . U1 S S. FTC Q Q 2' y 2 5 E' yy 95 Q fe U3 Q if Q 1 E y 8? E. ' :H 52. 53 if Q 3' S S j WWQKWQFW kid? Wi V AND DRESS ACCESSORIES X ' ee EEE' "" " h'W' ' ' ' "HA'44' M i You can depend upon finding here Courteous Treatment and the Very i i Best Service as well as THE BEST VALUES IN OUR LINE. if we ' X - M is 1 E R? jg THE CLOAK and P R C E I I 9 S THE CLOAK and gi 4 SUFFSTORE SUFFSTORE i EHR? ik? weasweaaeaeaweweaeweacemeaaeafawexeweaeeeeewezeaf 5 Q EP E N Y 5: R-1 S' Q rp Q S FD 3 NX Q 'B N S' N Q- Q Q, N RQ '-. 'Q "' N 3 Q bf 'J' N- m 211 FD Q Q E E Q Q H S 5 EN 5 Q weaewweeea Davidson and A. and M. play at the League Park, but WW 32 "COME TO' SEE ME" E X W x 9? G? i G R E H A , 526 29 ?XXXX N' -K W' -Y K' 39 W' H4 if X' EK 9? 55 H2 4? -N X' 'M 5? if if P ii 29 E? 9? 25 W' 9? ii 24 if R4 ik ik BK if 5? if 5? EE if 92 9? 5? RQ R? if HQ if Bk 9? ik SE EL 9? if SE Wiki? 137 ikikikniikki Cottrell if Leon ard ??4X?ikWki?ki Albany, N. Y. 5 skin? S 'B- 2-. Q 3. 'Q Q Q S 3 Q-, Hfflzolesclle Illakers of the M? To the Advanced fnslitzziions of Learning kkkiin Illuslratea' Bullefins, Samples, E te. , Upon Application X PM kkikiki G mm DP Sari '-ur"13 HOFI1 KI'-I '-1 lT1 Wiki? 9 Mink? WHMXHKXXWWWW EVERYTHING IN MILL SUPPLIES ROLL COVERING- A SPECIALTY XWKRXXXX in in ?lf?lG9l2iL2l2?i29l??l4?HHl25lQ?.42lG?? Inrereollegiore C, N. G. BUTT at co., Bureau Insurance H cadquarfers We We 21 7"8 asked the other day did we not thhik Uthat the concatenation of self-existence proceeding in a re- ciprocal duplicate ratio naturally produced a problernatical dialog- isrnf' The Junior said he did not think that it did, While the senior had his doubts about it. They both thought, however, that the properrnace Rn'you to buy your insurance was at Insurance Headquarters, where it is kept for sale in large quantities in best cornpamnes at the knvest nnarket rates EAST 4TH STREET Felix Ha man li DEALER IN li Fresh Meats of All Kinds, Calf B rains, H og Brains, Pickle Pig Feet Fresh Tripe, All Kinds of Sausages ,,i,, ..,',4 PHONE i Char10ue,N. C- Birmingham,Ala' 225 E. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 9l9?F?l99H49lQ5lHsN45l45lE6H45lGRf?Qf9k9l9 9lG?H'i25l99K5l49ls9E9E?E9l65?9HHsL9l6?l69s9Hl2?s9.lGekasilfisiselieiisiikisisdsis 52 XXX X W W X W W R X W X X X X it 7F H 4 X X f W X X SL 2:2 X M X k X X X X X X K W X X X X W M K X X X X X W H X X 4 W W W i XXX Q ,w will 0 Q i ll! Wi ale - iii ll lliiillg m wjiilib W 'Wilde i 7 i ae if 3 The SELVW Y i -- -Af--V--f e--3 FIRE PROOF -ee-'- -ff We - i EDGAR B. MOORE. Proprietor iz i CHARLorTE, .NORTHIDUKHJNA i R4 if ii 1l Located in the heart of Charlotte, convenient to railroad Q 1 station, street cars and the business and shopping centre. i ll Caters to high class commercial and tourist trade. Q fi ll Table de hote lunch T2 :30 to 3:00. i 1 fl Table de hote dinners 6:00 to 8:30. i 2 ll Music every evening 7:00 to 8:30. it alfa? RH! EUROPEAN eeeawweieae as i i Ed i mi at 55" as 22 as pf. er SU, ,QQ O CLZ53 1 M we 51 ae gf is pp, 3.2 eo N- '15 QE E2 X n-4 r H E W is S 1 ie as an 2-L ,jj 3 as as di 55? 1 0 i 52? ii Sig' Smeg O 5 3 ii 'ig X :Q- i if ai Eg E W af gg X SL. 1 at awfawewevr fifty elegant rooms. 75 private baths. . 139 WMWMKWWW WW? f VJ I O U1 U3 'fPro'visions kk? if WOODALL 86 SHEPPARD Drugs, Soda Wa- The Finest and Best Sole Agents for ter and Ice Cream . NunnaIIy's Fine Fine Confections Equipped Drug Store Candies. Service Phones 698z 166 in the South Unsurpassed SKYSCRAPER BUILDING :: CHARLOTTE, N. C. DR. C. NI. BEAM 'DEN TIS T 3-ine Inlays, Crowns and Bridge Work 310-11 Realty Building Lady Attendant Pl101'1eS 341 8K 416. 225 IE. Trade St. Phones - Office 2333 Residence 1025 S If you want the Best and Most Comfortable Shoes to be had at the Correct Price, go to wmeawaweeeweaeawaeewexaeeze we n if ,L 7 rn U Z rn r' H 0 Z cu Q Xi: Q 3 E Fu 2: Ch 2.5 'lil' Trunks and S H 0 E S Leather Goods Miki? Boys' and Children's Department, 2 Floor Wk? 8 and 10 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. Niki TI-IOMPSON'S zz cHARLoTTE,N.c. SCCDTT 151111111 gvtnhin 145 North Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. Special Price to College Girls we at ,XL sg at we it ale 7? be 562 ge ?t we it are if we at we it as ei ve it as we as 3? we it at T if ff we it as et we it are it X at we it as 'AE ak at we X we if we at as it we at av: at we if we it we W k if we it we K W it ae if at as as it av. at we it we at we et we at we it we it we it as et we at we it we at ez 1 we . , , .. . if eweazmeeweemeawawfazeeeweewwexeaaewewemeaaemeaeweeaeaaeaaeaaeaxeweawzaleaeeaafawweezeaaewfawaeeaaeeaeweaweaawwaeaeawweweaaeaeevewvfaaweaeaaeaueerazeweaweaaeawe KWk? Nikki?XX? XM K+ we E 7 k ' b 'l 7 Q 0 Ban ing y Mai 4 or i ii at at at ae i ,- ,.,,, ,EA 7,ltg,Aligi i ei Getting 442, annual interest on SAVINGS is just as i i easily accomplished through our BANKING BY MAIL Q i SYSTEM as though you lived close enough to this i 1 strong bank to deposit in person. Write for infor- if i mation. SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Interest ii i' compounded four times a year. 2: :t 2: i W - - , 4 ikiiiikiki kkikkikikk CHARLOTTE NATIONAL BANK CHARLOTTE. N. C. X M W W K W N W 2 THE BEN-VONDE co. 3 i E EXPERT DYERS AND FRENCH CLEANERS Office and Works: I8 West Fifth Street. Phone 1165 WXXWXXXRXWXXNXXWM WMMMXXWXXWXXWWXXX The Toomey Plumbing and Heating Co., Incorporated Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting, Expert Sanitary and Heating Engineers CHARLOTTE, N. C. gThe HUB sHoE STORE? A MfWE9FTRADESTREET A WWW? MXN? For Style and Low Prices come to see us. Have the finest line Ladies' i Shoes in the city. We appreciate your trade and sell shoes as low as is 5, consistent with Good Material and VVorkmanship. ig i Jas. Kar, Jr., Prest. HUB SHDE STORE H. H. Sietiers, Mgr. 32 i X X ' W XKXXXMMEXNifMkkkkkkkikikXXXXkkiikkKXXWWEXKXXEXWWWXXEXMNEWHXM 141 A XXX? kkiikii W M X M W W M K X M W K W M M M W W X W M M W X 94 W W H M M ale X M X W M 616 X M i W X X X M M M M it M M M X X 4 5 Wiikkikkiikki KMWWKM X R 22 S Q ma 2 S12 'ste Bw S 'fa 1 5 QS Q N. R Sells 2 S- Q Uh L" fa s C5 hw N 21 HHGBHHHQ "Get it at HaWley's" MX aefaemeseweaafiwwe be S 151 .0 E. '0 'o 0 0. U H sz UQ cn 1'1- O H N E. 1'1- :J- N rs CI T? H- 9 U N 1'4- N m O o.. N 'Tl O c: 0 Fi' E. :s fxeaezeaeeazeaeeieaeafxeie CALL AND VISIT US WWW' XXX News SD S. N '4 'Q U1 D" SD E DJ 0 'S O 0 R D N H '-I F! -4 0 :S D 2: 0. 93 'cr' m F Kwik xetaeweataaek be Z tri P4 be E P0 r' M P-4 Z be PU I-4 f-8 I E U1 E. 9 te Z U DP W U2 O E aweaezaaeweaee XXX' WSE? S BURBA REAL ESTATE 32 Not drawn frcm the imagination, but taken from the records at the i iff Mecklenburg Court House 22 FQ In November 1901, A bought alot for ,.,,..r.,......,,.,.,,,,,,,, .v..... 5115 600 PM In june 1902, A sold his lot to B for r.,...,,, ,... 8 00 we 5 In August 1902, B sold his lot to C for ,.l.,,,, .... 1 100 9,1 In july IQO3, C sold this lot to D for ..,,,,,,,,,. .... 1 250 at i In October 1904, D sold this lot to E for Y,,r1.,1,.1.,,r,,.,,,1,Y..,.,,,,,r,.,e,,,v..vY,eV,...... ISOO gli In june 1908, E sold this lot to F for ....,,..,,..,.,.,.,.,.,,,......,....,.,...,.,.,..,,........... 1875 i An increase in value from 3600 to 31.875, over three hundred per cent. in Q is seven years' time ik Q ANOTHER EXAMPLE. In 1900, A bought three suburban lots for 35900. i ag He did not sell. I-Ie was wise, for today his lots are valued at 31200, 31000, sr 31000, a total of 953 200 from a 3900 investment. ilk REMEMBER these are not fairy tales, but actual facts regarding Charlotte gg Real Estate. We will show you the very property and give you the book and sg ik page number of the Mecklenburg records it you would like to verify the facts. we We will give you the benefit of twenty years' experience in real estate if you i Q want a good investment of this kind. In View of the very bright prospects for sg PM still larger and more rapid growth of the City of Charlotte, our advice is, 1st, NG i to buy now. 2nd, to hold on to what you buy. 3rd, to buy the very best, Zi su direct from the owners by dealing with the at gs SUBURBAN REALTY CO. 5E5Ei5?3,i28i15'11E,i0HE5iii'Ef i IF 0 o H ' M QQ iE,1f,DP,1'?C1Qg'?F? Trust Bulldlng, Charlotte, N. C. i ze RWM?WMMkkkwkiiiikkMMMMWMMWWYXW?MHMMMWXMXY?XMWW?XfXM?XXi??MXX 142 WWMXXX WWWWWW? if x R at R ik? if OUR STORE IS YOURS 5 WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE 2 ?XWWkW Wiki? if Z r H EE T ltfnsic, Artists Materials, is Books, Stationery and Art Goods, i XXX? XXX? School and College Text Books, College 1 Class Pins, Pennants, Sofa Pillows, Etc. 1 if Pyrography and Pierced Brass Goods and HE S Outfits. Pictures Frarned to Order. RE if Cards and Invitations Engraved. Cor- 2 rect Styles and Correct Prices. E WWWXWWXWX if WWXWXWW WWXXWKWHXWX MXKWWX WX MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME C. H. ROBINSON 85 CO. NO. 12 North Tryon Street W? CHARLOTTE, N. C. X M X M K - X X X kkkkkikXXX?XXkkX?iXXXWWXXXRXXWWXXWXXki? 143 WHQWRRGWEGRGXE599362424K42H99lQ9'r29H4?i42ER42!62HQR424THQR4??29l22E2'HrG?.42E2'r4?i4?rG2?2K?l22i62i2?rG2K2H42?9k5E?lf292699K if R4 T 939 Ti? 1 R E A L Tryon Drug Co. 2 we ji E S No.IIN.TryonSt. S 2 PRESCRIPTIONS 2 1 J- E- MURPHY CAREFULLY PREPARED 5: Q 6 CO, ' t A 92 ag A complete line Toilet Articles if PM C H A R L O T T E Phone us your next order ie Zi Prompt Service we 32 NORTH CAROLINA P. O. Station I Phones 21 and 1043 E iii 929 at 926 J. N. MCCAUSLAND 6 C0. The 32 i St Sanitary Steam Laundry 1 ie oves, Ranges, Furnaces, Slate S 4 Q ZZ and Tin Roofing M' ' Zrogmtor at it Ornamental Galvanized Iron Work, at otte' ' ' 1 ii M81'1tCIS, Tiles, Gfafes Domestic Finish on Everything E 2 zzl s. Tryon st., Charlotte, N. c. Phone 800 if iii R4 We PL' Ti? Zi HOTEL BUFORD Z T MOVING PIC RES it COLLEGE HEAD UARTE S 2 ,Q R BEST in town for the MONEY 2 1 C. E. HOOPER, Proprietor, Charlotte f NORTH -I-RYON STREET i i G75 We Carry Everything in the Sporting if gf Goods Line at High-Class BREADS, CAKES, ETC. 954 i According to Pure Food Laws Hardware and Sporting Goods CO i isa - ' E EI'IZAEg?:C0LLEGE W' St' I8 East Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. S 2 IVE me a trial and become one of E sg my customers. I :ill hguaggtgzie i 5? ' 't t jg Dr' A' M- Be1'fVh111 NATIVE, SHE SRTESVTERN e1VIEATS, ie gg P53515 CI3YSTEi:RS, ffPgUL'I'RY AND 32 axe? 4 G li t . ' ffl Dentist Special ixtrteiftign agicyxerf to orders and it at accounts. as 2 909 - 910 Realty Building A, W, AUSTIN it Charlotte, N. C. 305 NORTH TRYON STREET T 1 Phones 1220 and 1024 1 92 is T6 22 ll-L WWW? 4 X W M R + X X W W W K W X W R X X X W X X X 9? W9 R W W W M 3? X X H R W 9? W W W X W E? W X X X 3? X X 9? R W X R M M W RRR? Q IVERS AND PUND E V E RY T H I N G IN E 32 o E Pz cz 72 0 s S 1 "MADE IN BOSTONH i 5 . Hardware 55 ig . . . . i E Used in the refined homes of the i are United States. Over 3,ooo 1 Q made and sold every QQ 9? y e a r I if X J! Q X, -.-.-.- R R i Q VVr'ite us for Catalogues ,gl are and prices 9? kkir +4 CHARLOTTE Xkkkkwkkki E'-U 12 gz- -CD mv .-.CD -1- .93 F1 .. Q-' Q-123 ,TCD LF! 3 RCU E9 m S2 no 02 me vw P1 MRRWWWWXXR X Q THE 1909 G lie X COLLEGE TIE em i gjjiijnje Dznzng Raom 2 i ,HWIML CHARLOTTE,N,C. i if well and I I all Q Tum Sole. BestfzntlzeCzty f1lwaysOpen i X X 9? Price 53 SPECIAL LADIES' LUNCH E 5 -1 M C 16S.TfyonSf. SERVED AT ALL HOURS R ai G1 mer- 001.6 0- my QI my Ig up my ie M X Hifi!! Wiki? W. lg Van Ness SICO. R. H. lglclsaughlin 23 NORTH TRYON STREET fnffff R A i R we i OVER BELK'S PHONE 380 Zi i Picture Frfzgrlles, Kodaks I7 EAST TRADE STREET i i Kodak Supplies and Ari Novelties C H A R L O T T E , - -I N . C . i WWW' W R X W W AW -1 ? 5? 41 N' X P? i? 9? 5? ? ? 9? 9? 9? 'M ? 9? if H? R? 9? is if 9? 9? 9? 5? 2? 5? R9 5? 9? 9? 9? '? 9? is 5? 2? 5? 9? 5? 5? if 2? is 3? 9? 9? 9? 5? RQRGH? 1-15 WE ARE MANUFACTURING OPTICIANS ikieilsilsilsisikelsis ?E9H29Hf9ls9l49l2?l6 Making a Specialty of Filling Prescriptions, Adjusting Glasses, TORIC LENSES, LENTICULAR LENSES. 4 as Qi You should try e pair of ToR1c Lenses fitted in e FINGER we i PIECE Mountingg it has a rigid bridge, adjustable guard, and if se put on with ONE HAND. ale isikietdsvxkisvsikisdsiiisils 'U Q cz O rn gf, '-I e. TI w 'E LTI cu '-I W E E Ei' 2 F' D2 U 531 0 SE O az: - 2.2 le "PCD I VIE C Z 3 WWQAYHERYRQQGRQRQRGWGQGRG Class Day Programs and Invitations , , M s, D P s, B d St t' Arch Street: Philadelphia enuCalliE:1IgcEfargs?-Egllegeogglendi:lonerY ilfrsik 522692 cg E 3 R is D:- E E .EP m m N E U1 91 s we E QI, U1 E? 'si G Na S UD :E c :S S fn S Ei Q: vu' U1 2 s 5 e g Q 'Q ar Q Q e I EZ g, S 5 ui S E s E 3 -kilsilselsikrkilsilsrlfifik LOTS 3500.00 TO 31500.00 Riel? X22 ' ee lg Ste hen Lane Fel er ' if 3 p Established 1892 gl i if We wash all kinds of goods Q ee e e is are ale .Mariizfacluririg jeweler i if Club and College Pirls, Rings, Wofk gllafanlefd ak jg Gf?li2Qifr9fiB'f?'12fiMfdefs 1 ae , 52 C. H. LEE Pro rietor i i , 1 180 BROADWAY - 5 NEW X ORK 243 W. TRADE sr. CHARLOTTE, N. C. i are jg N H ' C 1 it 'th i i F o orne is omp e e W1 ou . . ,M 2 Mus,-C Hulcluson, Selwrn 81 I'I1pp Q 7 . . . . . X, - . ' ak Pmmls' Vmlms' Guitars' Banjos' Ivan High Grade Pleasure and Business is W daliris, Mletrmiomes, Strings. Vehidegw-all S! 16,5 are els Edison Phonographs and Records ' y , BIG as Most Complete Line of Harness arid Accessories gli lt ' Rubber Tire work a 5 ecialt we Sheet Mime , P , J' if 32 in Charlotte Farming Tools-Every Kind Q als I can save you money on thcsetgoomls and it is Fggffjljzg-75 ak W your loss ifyou buy before seeing my stock ak 71 FF- BP Z E 'FU F1 E U3 lm ,E .Z l-a :FU 15 42 U3 lZ'3 I0 CD U DP U7 P-3 H 'PU DP U W UD '-6 7-7 F17 N P-3 ilsilsilsilsils eweilsitisfksilsieilsisisisikieilsilsieilsPkil4i'Hl'fiHQisBkrsiedfdfisvrisdeiedsikdkdsisisdseeikifiebkekitkdkdfrfisififdfiseki 146 Wiikiiifiiii X W X W M X X K X X X W X X X W X W W M W X W X X ? W X X X W R W W H X M X X X X X W X K A A W X X it M X X M X ilitstlsrtilstlstktsrlkrlftftilsrktlsk 52 H amz'lton-Martz'a Drag C 0. , Inc. "Central Hotel Corner On the Square." The place the girls wait for the cars Proprietor H-M' Berzzoirze Cream arid H-Ill Cola' Tablets. Hudrizzfs, Riclecrls, Palrrzerls and Houbigarzfs Extracts and Toilet preparatiorzs. Theatrical make-ups for Amateurs and Professionals. Agency Allegrettils Candies-Our Soda Service is the best "IF IT'S DRUGS H-M SELL IT." PHONE 203 DI. v.I211Tl6S Keerans ...Derztist . ., 7 W. TRADE ST. CHARLOTTE. N. C. Charlotte Steam Laundry OLDEST -2- LARGEST -3- BEST LAUNDERERS, DYERS, CLEANERS F. D. LETHCO, J lllartager 219 South Tryon Street Weddingtoh Hardware Co., Inc. ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE FOR THE HOUSE, THE FARM, THE GARDEN AND THE SHOP zz 1: : : 29 EAST TRADE STREET 1 : CHARLOTTE, N. C. Carolina Realty C 0. Real Estate bought and sold, exchanged or sold art cornrnissiorzs, Rents colleol- cd, Loans, Gcrzeral Irzszzrance O THIES, - - - -President B. R. LEE, ----- Secretary W. D. WILKINSON, - Tre-as. and Mgr. 211 N. TRYON ST. 'PHONE 609 Dr. H. C. Henderson Dr. L. I. Gidney DENTISTS ,HUNT BUILDING CHARLOTTE, N. C. PARK M'F'G CO. ELEVATORS and PUMPS j. C. CROPVELL, Dlarzager CHARLOTTE, - - North Carolina J . H. LILLYCROP. ??522r?5:f3liE'LE,'tt2'f Specialties-Beef, Pork, Sausage, Turkeys, Chickens, Quail, Fish, Oysters, Etc. BRANCH MARKETS ist and ALEXANDER 711 E. SEVENTH ST. Phones 67 and 177 XXWWRXW iii? Niiiii ikikiiiikikiikki WXXXRXXW WXXXXWXXXXAXXWWXW X4 X W4 WMXXWKXMXXRXHXXXMWKWXWMMXRXXXXWXMKXMWM 10 4 919 514 if sie 925 if if if 22 92 2? HQ SE it it if 522 WG TE 326 R4 T6 26 RG 5? 32 3 if it as Bl? 914 EQ if 24 it it 2? T is is 9? i BH? ii I. LUBIN, President E. R. SMITH, V.-Pres. Sz Sec. IAS. T. PORTER, Treas. 8z Mgr. 3 LUBIN FURNI I URE CO. Z zz :z zz CHARLOTTE, N. C. zz zz zz 2 gg ,.un .,.4 32 it Zi We Furnish Homes Complete See Us Before You Buy bilij R Q ati if as il? 35 NI ' 1 I N C A it 1 er-Van ess ompanyi we as R 1lWe solicit the College trade and carry a line E Fine Groceries of Delicacies for Lunches and Parties that will satisfy the most Fastidious. zz zz zz zz 1 T35 92 i BE 27 North Tryon Street z' 'z " Phones 68 and II8 ie all W 3? T2 is W EE RH? FHM? Fresh Home-Made Candies at rv A. 9 at H A H N S T .25 29 North Tryon Street .29 E SE 52 OUR ICE-CREAM SODA? 9512 il? is if Dr. W. G. MCANALLY THE CASINO i f P ermit Highest Class M0ti011 Plctzmfs and at REAEfEi7E1gi7ILDIwG Illustrated Songs i gg C H ROE L 0 T T E Y NA i C D Special a'1ZZentz'0n Zo LADIES and CHILDREN E .L QL TN 7b .sf vs' vi J. F. JAMISONEQ9 CO. ' WHOLESALE and RETAIL GROCERS m A ii We TAET?11Ti6ETI35E8'CWTTT 'T Y? Q 31X NORTH TRYON STREET G U, Q CHARLOTTE, - - N. C. CHARLOTTE, N. c. i ff ak 335595922if225iQ?2k9E9'k5i4?e5l2?ki?H42456?k?12522?Hf25?6HHHF?k?R?H49t2?6?k?R?K1Nk?HE?k?E?kiHR5E?s5H?5E9HHH'HQ25l422 148 iQ9l49lG9E9E9LL9l29l49E9H49HG9?9?9l4aQ9E9E9E929l492249l99i49l49lG9?9E9MW2f9E9H99199l2R49222l29l49'k9lQ9l49'.4iL9l2a49'H29H!:9l4929H49'H49lQ Efirdls Department tore 9l2af9l49l49H49l99ls9l99lG9l4a49lfR49l29lQ E UQ ID' CU it S13 CD U3 O O D.. CD SD r-+ "EJ O 'U i 93 "R "U "1 but 0 C5 CD CD Best Millinery Department in the Carolinas aeeieaeie 5 U7 CD II-' CD 41 CD "Q YI rl' E C5 UQ E. Z o Sf. o I3 Sf' E? I3 CD MM 35 White Goods, Silks, Dress Goods and 3 Colored Wash Goods of every at Q- co U2 0 13. 'U Sf. O I3 9'f9l99H4 9lQ9HQR4 flower Fl V115 i 0 'T Q: CD CD 'U 53 "1 f"f' CTD 5 f'f CD FT C "1 CD fi- D 2492493 9299? 9224 R4 R422 RH 92 RG Q Corner East Trade and College Streets it Ei? 92 9? if AKE pride in choosing a car of quality. RAMBLER dealers Q handling other lines say that the man who buys a cheap car the ae first year always Wants the RAMBLER for the second. You will at 5 never be content with a cheap automobile. You may have confidence i if in the NEW RAMBLER because of the reputation of the Com- Q 92 pany behind it. at Q' With high clearance, big wheels and tires, long wheel base, protection of i as parts against dirt, Offset Crank-Shaft, Straight Line Drive, Spare Wheel, and as if aluminum front floor, it's the car for crowded city streets or country roads. 935 Zi Experience Will show that these are not mere talking points. 9? - - C at Q Carolina Automobile Company, CAROLINA, N. C. ev Charlotte Contract Company ' Charlotte, N. C. 92 24 as we 92 92 H E A T 1 N G jf STEAM AND HOT WATER S For Public Buildings, Schools, Residences or Factories if I Asia Fon ESTIMATES 92 929l49l49E9lG9l49l49lQ9E9!49l49E9HQ92a29ls9E9l69lG9H49194929'.Q9l99l29LL9-'f9H49lG92924a4it9l49H49HH49Rf9HG9lQ?s9H492X9l29R6af9wl 149 X X X X X X X X X X 34 X X X X X X X if X X X we X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X XX X X '-1 'LT' rv LZ' 2 :T CD P+ O v-e rv mu D" H D" rv E? UQ U3 P+ O 0 PT' 524 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX X X-t C9 2 2 "9 '42 rw D Q- 5 rl' O 23" N V' L-. O C2 H CD o o Q.. U1 xv H N X XXXX XXXX 1lWe Carry only the Highest Quality of XXXXXXX ga QE 3... U15- go N 32 mm .--2 Q21 N m N 5323 DO- D UQ? gif. in S93 N m FX XXXXXX X X we S ing Jewelry. flOur Repair Department X 1 X S is Complete. zz 1lCome and see us. X 3.5 5:2 T C W H 'if y TT T W 'NNT' T 'iii' X ji E L A M "JEWELRY OF QUALITY " Q 0 0 7 CHARLOTTE, N. C. 1' XX XX X X X X W . E . L I N E B A C Telephones: Office 326, Residence 962-I XXXX XXXX jE WELER wx: X 223 N. Tryon St., CHARLOTTE, N. C. If W' 2 X X X Solicits a share of your patronage in the TEN T X 32 line of Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Sil- ai as verware, Novelties, Etc. Estimates and ag X Drawings for College Medal and Badge X ji Work gladly furnished. 709 Realty Bldg.. CHARLOTTE, N. C. if Sf n f X jgTheLad1es Store C- l- 3T11V150Ni Architect and Contractor 2 oUR SPECIALTIES: Mnunefy, Zig Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists. F i f S t C I 3 S S R C S i d C I1 C C 1 X Agents for the Celebrated Designing and Construction ' . Q we Trefousse Kid Gloves. zz zz Ph :ge sg one 218 gt X X Jo B 4 I V E Y C 0 o 601 Realty Bldg., CHARLOTTE, N. 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MCNINOII, Pres. at Treas. 2 Pressed Brlck In Buff, Grey, Red, i Velvet and Polychromic Effects sg ate S F. B. SMITH, Cashier W. C. HINSON, Manager Sales CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA A Mecklenburg Auto Co. 32 A ,I ,e f to AGENT Af at ,TAKE .. 5? g HUPMOBILE 35 iii N' 1 211 South Church Street Charlotte, N. C. Phone 1447 7ff5?5i9?kI3Rf919915515?K we 519 i if 32 314 SL PAY 915 51? ia it? TE TQ W 35 is s R9 9,3 X' 39 R4 35 234 T li QA Qs RL if in 524 TEL :M vi? is 565 959 Q ix? 3? 151 SWE alfa?222i'2?'sL?lsL?'r4aQ?lf?l25l2?Hr4?'r2a45E?'r25K5l4Rsikasrkvxirkasvgsasrkatairkak Phone Your Orders to Number IQ or 72 for ICE and COAL Standard Ice and Fuel Compan Cochrane Sz McLaughlin, lnc. --VVHOLESALE- PROVISIONS, GRAIN AND FEED 305 S. College St. Charlotte. rescent lectric Co. DR. C. H. VVELLS DENTIST OFFICE xc W. Trade St. Residence, Y. M. C. A. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Laboratory Science Laboratory Science can be made most effective by the logical use of LoosE LEAF DIRECTION SI-IEETs.l Highly satisfactory courses have been prepared in the subjects of PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, BOTANY, ZOOLOGY AND PHYsIo1.oGYg Physics by George M. Turner and C. Brooks Hersey of the Masten Park High School, Buffalo: all of the other courses by Dr. Arthur Stone Dewing of Cambridge, Mass. The recommend ation appearing below is but a sample of the hundreds volun- tarily submitted during the past year- BARBOURSVILLE, KENTUCKY' UNION COLLEGE "We are using both your Physics and Chem- istry Note Books in our work at Union College and you will doubtless be gratified to know that we are highly pleased with them. 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