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

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'ISN' ..., V R2 5f1X1'S"'e2.fHf1f- 'Jn L LIL' L L - , ' , X aflswffflnefia I ax ,w Na- , ---2'45i'0'o"S9'a-- . .. mi' "-icigna-4. , PQ -.Q 'QQAQQQ' Q ' ,QQ ,,.-QQQEZ '-wQ2Q!3.55.,5 . .i"'?-.. fp 'i '35E3O5Y'7' .v. 2413 xg . -aim A- 4 wx wg , N A Sag QL , A A xv Y WY Iigahetban xf A , y 1 4' lr 1 4 T ml EDITED BY THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TWELVE ELIZABETH COLLEGE CHARLOTTE, N. C. PROF. HARRY J. ZEHM P' -cz 3 N! fl Q XR ff Uflqe 11111 imlume nf the 'lilizahethan is hehicaieh in Elgrnf. Bang 3- Zelqm Q man inlqnm fue respect :mb ahmire 3 genius Us Euhnse zdtainments zmh sucress me lunk fnith prihe f-,zzff SCENE OF MIDWAY Qin Clffligahztb I. Around thy walls cling memories vine And fondest thoughts of thee, For you 1ve'll ever more combine Honor, praise ami liberty. II. Thy campus claims our happiest days Those spent with comrades dear, E. C., the cup of love Ivc'll raise, To you, in memory sincere. III. To thee Ive olve ambitions flame, To thee alone our merit's due, Forever and for aye thy name, Our hearts with love imlwue. Zanultp CHARLES B. KING, A.M., D.D., PRESIDENT Professor of Creelf, Philosophy and Psychology C. D. BERNHEIM, D.D., CI-IAPLAIN IRENE B PALME . R, LADY PRINCIPAL Professor of History and Political Science RUTH WOOD RICHARDSON, A.IVI. Professor of English Language and Literature MARGARET VINTON WILLIS, A.B. Professor of Latin Language and Literature FRANCES HAMNER JACKSON, A.B. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science R. L. PATTERSON, A.M., D.D. Professor of English Bible ancl Sacred Literature F. M. OSBORNE, A.M., REV. Professor of Mathematics MARTHA REID ROBINSON, A.B. Professor of Modern Languages and Literature OLIVE RUSK, B,O. Professor of Expression and Physical Culture CLARA CARPENTER Athletic Director ETHEL RANDOLPH, A.B. Principal of the Preparatory Department MAUD SCHAEFFER, A.B. Preparatory Department WINNIE MCLAMMRY Professor of Commercial Branches H. ZEHM Director of the Conservatory of Music: Professor of Piano, Organ, Theory Chorus KATHERINE A. GAINES Professor of Piano ELMORE WATSON Professor of Piano EDITH VAN GILLUWE Professor of Violin CYNTHIA E. SESSIONS Professor of Voice EVA HOWARD COVINCITON Assistant Voice Teacher ETHEI.. WEBB Accompanist to Voice Teacher CORNELIA E. EARLE Director of Art ELIZABETH VAN POOLE Librarian MARGARET HAMNER BOMAR Assistant Librarian CHARLES APMISENHEIMER, A.M., M.D. College Physician and Lecturer on Hygiene J. P. MATHERSON, A.B., M.D. Lecturer Eye, Throat ana' Ear NETA UMBERGER Matron, Trained Nurse MRS. R. BURKE Superintendent of the Boardin g Department IRENE MCLEOD, Expression Lumberton, N. C. "CASEY" "I-IAPPY" Irene-she needs no eulogy, she speaks for herself. All that we ask is but a patient ear. NATALIE RUGHEIMER, Piano Charleston, S. C. HNATN NVhat's in a name? that which we call a rose, by any other name, would smell as sweet. A companion that is cheerful is worth gold. ,4 Sf? f, ' 4 vi Z! 1 All In 5, , ff I rdf" 1' 'K ,n ,fd WQA Lf , v me ihe class nf 1912, QKenher gnu nur effuris all, Nui in gain fur us renufnn, 'ggllf funhesi memories in retail EDITORS vA-- E W biqv 1 1 , - ilzktljz ' ' 1 ' -' 65 .6 ' 'vin ' '- 'f "' . t .- . ..A, , -.f:::iiQ.1i...--" if if E ""' A X, ' 1 ier K sssts t "" "" "A' iw A"'-- ' Ih- " w"" 2. ' K QEhitur5 MARGUERITE BRITTAIN ....., I X.. :A ROSAMOND LUCAS ........... NATALIE RUGHEIMER ....... ' VVILLIE ANDERSON ...... LAURA HEARNE ........ KATRINA GOSE ........ JOE KINARD .......... CORA STANCILL ......... BLANCH SIMMONS ........ ROSALINE I-IIPP ....... IRENE MCLEOD ...... ETHEL WEBB ............... JULIAN M. CALDWELL .... ANNABELLE DOWD ....... MARGARET BOMAR ....... ..........Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Assistant Business Manager .,..Literary Editor ...Literary Editor . Athletic Editor ......Art Editor .. ...... fotfe Editor ........Sociat Editor ......Retigious Editor ......Drarnatic Editor .........,.Music Editor Subscription Editors .......Second Assistant Business Manager W ,4 W fr We 2 -- W.. - - A Ax 1 . if Q- THE. PINES What the world is to us depends on what we are ourselves. rw ' x,-f 1 " sa 'A ' "'?"'ff11-1, f-5" """"A 5 If 'i???'ifiI"iu'5'51A5W " 5 E -'-- ,...,.,.... , ,.'.. . :Q I fl,,,0:E.ijE '.-. ...'.'5,!I' Q ., nfs, . .. , K9 I fe f gf- .... K' xi C "" rg li gm fil V 'f i gil- .I . s, ' .' 1. Q i M 0 66 7. :" 1 'QM'- QUHS5 Df 1912 MOTTO: Scire Quarn Simulare COLORS: Red and While FLOWER: Red Carnaiion I OFFICERS ETIEIEL WEBB, President KATRINA GCSE, Vice-President MARGUERITE BRITTAIN, Secrelary JULIA MAE CALDWELL, Treasurer WILLIE ANDERSON, Historian MARGUERITE BRITTAIN, Prophetess WILI.!E ANDERSON .,L... NIARGUERITE BRITTAIN MARGARET BOMAR L....... MEMBERS JULIA M. CALDWELL ........ ANNABELLE DOWD e,Ie,,., KATRINA GOSE ..Ie..,.....I,... ERNESTINE GRAICHEN ........ LAURA HEARNE .....,e...... JOE KINARD .e.........L.e ROSAMOND LUCAS ......... IRENE MCLEOD ......,,..... NATALIE RUOHEIMER... BLANCH SIMMONS ,,,e..... CORA STANCILL ...... ETHEL WEBB ..,,.,, ANNIE YOUNG ...,.,,. IRENE MCLEOD, Poet .eemcandiclate for A.B. .nmcandidaie for A.B. ...,,.,..Candidaie for A.B. ...,..nCandidaie for Piano .......Candidaie for Piano .....,..Candiciaie for A.B. ....L..,.Candidale for Piano ..,.I...,,Candidaic for A.B. Candidale for Expression ...,....,CandiJaie for A.B. .Candicfale for Expression ........CandiJaic for Piano .....,..Cana'idaie for Voice .,.,..Candidalc for Voice .......Canc1idate for Piano .......Candidate for Piano N WILLIE ANDERSON, A.B. Charlotte, N. C. "BILL" "WILL" Wisdom is better than rubies, and all things that may be desired are not to be compared unto her. Don't do today what you can do tomorrow. Lols MARGUERITE BRITTAIN, A.B. Salisbury, N. C. URITEH Charms strike the sight but merit wins the soul. A Don't wait for the wagon while walk- ing is good, MARGARET HAMNER BOMAR, A.B. Charlotte, N. C. "MABEL" No one is so wise but that he may become wiser. Be kind and affectionate one to another. J' l, - ...,A..+... I JULIA MAE CALDWELL, Piano Huntersville, N. C. HJULIEH What I must clo is all that concerns me, not what people think. ' All work ancl no play makes Jack a dull boy. ANNABELLE Down, Piano X Charlotte, N. C. "ANx" One day is as good as another for one who does everything in its place. Think of ease but work on. MARIE KATRINA Cosa, A.B. Burke's Garden, Va. ssKiATs1 csTRINAa1 Work as if thou hadst to live for aye Work as if thou wert to die toclay. Goodness is the supreme beauty. ERNESTINE GRAICHEN, Piano GLJAPDU Nothing great was ever achieved with- out enthusiasm. The greatest pleasure of life is love. LAURA FRANCES I-IEARNE, A.B Albemarle, N. C. UBABYH ULAURIEH She is pretty to walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasant too, to think on. I am an incorrigible flirt. a ,. r A 0,5 ... 3 055 fffhtt-tif- '11, P g ,. 3i'lE5'Q:'f.i'ui?'iX'5-rffflf 3 'z .- "" f'-'X 13f1s,.1'fi'fft'4',fW'izt -1.12 2 .A..4, X i f 'Sf i "" - "" 'YQ U I g :5 Eiga .... ' 5' ft X 73,16 , mt-? fi F' again 499 5' ' ' Yet 0 ,,'! 'lla-Eltllilcg e 1451.- -v .iunxjg w 'a ni bzninr Qlllass 1Bnem CWith Apologies to Tennyson Year by year, year by year, Year by year, onward, Out of vast ignorance The Seventeen wandered, Forward, the Senior Class Charged, with ambition Gut of the land of night, Into the world of light, With honors they thundered. Forward the Senior Class! Was there a girl dismay'd Not, tho' each one lijnew Others had blundered, Their's not to tarry long, Their's to be up and gone, Their's a noble victory won, For out of the land of night, Into the world of light, The Seventeen thundered. Temptations to right of them, Temptations to left of them, Temptations in front of them, Dangerous--yet eoaxing, Criticized with Enueys eye, By the Idler passing by- , Stormed at, but they lfnew well They stood where others fell, And they non: live to tell, How from the jaws of night, Into the land of light, The Seventeen thundered. Their glory cannot fade, Their record they have made-- Alt the world wondered, As out of the land of night, Into the land of light, The Seventeen thundered. I. MCLEOD S V if ' u i v LP fig? L g 1 '. -' -' c n4f 5 'x ' fa .1 '- -'2-2'ukf"f4W! ', -.7 '- ' -4 :'-itil-Er:2'tftq ,inf E ., ., .... .... I f ' 7 9 '- we I, .--- fu , ,..,...,..A xz 1, fx .... - '--- ,l3F,.g'lf' -----' ' 9 i,.,f-.,-lg 113. ,ii 1,' 6 i -ie.. nm- 'e 'n S' .- Eaueecgigf . Cliummentaries on the Classix wars HEN first we came into this region from the fatherland, it was held by four tribes, one of which was the Seniori, another the nluniori, the third Sophomori, and the fourth, those which, in their own language, were called Primus Annus, but in ours Fresh. These tribes differed greatly among themselves, as to their personality, their customs, ,and their reputations. The people of the first tribe were for the most part old, and of a dignified manner. They were a peace-loving people, mainly devoted to the exploiting of their dignity in the wearing of the black toga. Those of the second tribe were of a somewhat more active nature, but so taken up in affairs of science that they offered no opposition, but were rather eager to make an alliance with our tribe. The Sophomori were a vain and overbearing people, much given to the boasting of their deeds and pride in their alliance with the noble tribe of the Seniori. On account of these things, there remained only one tribe from whom our army feared any immediate opposition. The Fresh. were a valiant people, but untrained in any but barbarian warfare. To our army, on the contrary, in this respect, the gods were propitious. Having ascertained the nature of the country through spies, our forces advanced northward from the coast until the enemy was sighted near the banks of a great river that Hows through that land. Here the decisive battle of Mathum was fought on the 6th day before the Ides of May, which is, according to the reckoning of that country, Examinationus Finalus. The strategy of our leaders and the training of our legions were far superior to the unorganized warfare of the enemy, and the victory was over- whelming, but some of our number were slain. Some had their "ponies" shot under them, and though sorely handicapped by "conditions," bravely fought their way through the ranks of the enemy and joined the remainder of our army in safety. This important battle having been won, our army went into summer quarters on the other side of the river Vacationum. Encouraged by the gaining of this great victory, our forces next moved against tht Provinces of the Sophomori. Ambassadors were sent to the council of Facultatae who refused to acced to our demands. Our leaders thereupon resolved to wage war against these enemies. Sup- plies and fortifications having been strengthened by our allies the Parentis, our legions moved forward to the fortified town of C-oemetrius. This city withstood our attack for a time, but on account of the superiority of our forces, and our improved methods of warfare, they were unable to longer sustain our attack. The cities of Trigus, Anglica, l-loratia, and Physio- ft' P ,g a iifiiv,-, 'A .VVAA tl Y ti, .,'.A V In A M, -.nfl ..,,"AV4 V H I -,v.- -,,."' iv is i. xi i I --.. .,,,...,..g-. x I ll ' Q Tlx. . -i 2'- JF' 1 ' c w' 5 , I - as '65 Q Q ff, f P ' f f 2 :,"'t'1 '. af . Q , fi. ,. M, ,M X 5, i 'ZJU '9 E X I ll lf i ZX! 2 6, li-X l I YES Q V I I fi! fx , I .: ,gg Q. :N 'XNH3 -, A." .,.. 5- i- - 0-M' New -2 -- '- - .h .1 X a .. -... D w,..,,, m 0 , ll . -,il asa! Ay, I. sv. fo Q 5. logus, were conquered in like manner, and ambassadors were sent to us asking for peace. W'herefore it pleased us that we should proceed with all our forces against the Province Annus Tertius, or as it is called in their tongue Juniori. New legions were levied in hither Elizabetha, and summer being ended, we hastened to cross over the river Vacationum, which is in the extreme borders of the Juniori, and there place our camp. The assault of the Juniori against our army was with difhculty repulsed, and on the following day, spies having been sent out, and a favorable report having been obtained, plans were made for an assault on the nearby towns. On our arrival all hope of resisting departed from the enemy, and having laid waste the lands of the Juniori, all the Anglius, and Fran- cius villages and the edifces of l-listorius and Physica, together with their allies Labratoria and Notae, having been burnt with fire, the enemy was glad to make peace with our army and give hostage and supplies to our support. The last Province being stronger by the nature of the place, and in military tactics not much inferior to our legions, was able longer to with- stand our army. Diploma is the greatest town of the Seniori, because that the river Studium girds almost the whole of itg the remaining space Where the river intermits contains a mountain of great height, so that the roots of that mountain reach to the banks of the river on each part. A wall thrown around makes this mountain a citadel and joins it with the town. After a series of forced marches and much use of oil we arrived at the North bank of the river. The omens being in our favor we offered sacrifices to he god of Psycholigy and to the C-od of Chemistry and our army advanced. In the 4th watch, having crossed the river by means of a bridge called Thesis, our army advanced to the mountain Examinationis and the sixth legion began the attack in front while the fourth and fifth legions surrounded it on either side. The enemy becoming confused in the darkness, were surrounded and taken prisoners. and the entire garrison and the town, fell into our hands. So great was the effect of this victciy on the neighboring tribes, that embassies came from all directions to our army, offering tribute and giving oaths of allegiance to the valor of Nineteen Twelve. H1sToR1AN, 'l2. K I i lp, 'A iiifjyl.: Q " ga H. , -' -: 'i2f Exif - 1-, ' 4 --djs,-,,,...,f 3 :ef s lf. xfgfytg ,. ix -f t"vf,:j,-gqji,uaig'R 1. Orem' ' Qeninr Glass ierupbesp had been completed I felt that my constitution needed a change, and therefore welcomed a chance to take a trip to the Southern countries of Europe with great alacrity. In accord- ance with my habit of gaining knowledge, wherever possible, a visit to the oracle at Delphi was made the means of ascertaining the various fates of my beloved school companions. It was with eager anticipation that I entered the thick grove, in the midst of which, was situated a temple, gleaming with marble and gold. At the entrance I was naet by a priest in flowing robes of black, who conducted me through the vaulted interior of this noble edifice, to the inner shrine. Here, upon a golden tripod, was seated Pytliia, the Priestess, with a wreath of laurel on her brow, and in her hand a golden sceptre. A look of inscrutable mystery was upon her countenance, and her whole appearance bespoke the supernatural. Vtfith fear and tremb- ling, I presumed to inquire into the fate, ordained since the beginning of time, of the seventeen who stood upon life's threshold. And now come view with me the pictures as presented by the oracle. Behold a stretch of sandy beach-tropical plants rise in the back- ground-and a blazing tropical sun beats down upon the inhabitants of an island in the South Seas. But nothing daunted, the enthusiastic mis- sionary expounds the catechism to a group of black skinned little can- nibals, who, as a proof of their devotion, have turned vegetarians. And so Katrina is spared to enlighten the benighted heathen, until all the South Sea islands have felt her benelicent influence. Very different is the forecast for the next one-a bustling figure strides to and fro, deep furrows mar the brow, and a pencil is placed firmly behind an ear-self satisfaction is depicted in every turn of this busy wornan-no wonder, she has been accorded the honor of the man- agement of Kress. Nothing seemed now impossible, and it was surely altogether due to the splendid training she had received and the wonderful ability Rosamond manifested in financing the annual. And now I behold one thin, long, drawn-out spinster, dimly at hrst she appears, yet the meagre form, grown so by one long life of struggles, is a professor of Chemistry. Scarce will you discern in this genious the pupil long ago of one known as Miss Jackson, who, so inspired her diligent follower, that nothing short of a second Miss Francis would FTER my sentence of four Vears at Elizabeth with hard labor, A .5 iitltdglgffl, X 3 I . gffi S., , J, 5 rec 'ee ' Q58 1 " 1 ' -i'fZ::-.-, Q " 4? ffzsflie qg 1 i . .... -- i -"Wi to if'-3 2 I ..,, .. ,. :I 5. A . 1' .... ,I C, X Vt: 222,51 XXQNJE 1. -3' -A rx .. ,,', i.,- '.4, , bwrursj-ls ..i, ..-, . .- 1 W:-.rr mh- .: 1 s 79. -g 1, do a .m.. s '.-' -, "'0fucsh"'q E1 quell her ever aspiring spirit, ere this time the mind is certainly assured as to the indentity of Margaret Bomar. The next scene is a university town-'tis an afternoon in early spring, and the campus is alive with youths rejocing in the consciousness of tasks performed. But what is the attraction that draws all to one particularly inviting nook? As the place is approached, one might think a football game to be in progress, such a scramble is there to gain the desired spot: not so, it is only an effort on the part of all the students to gain a word, even a look, from the college widow. Vvho could manage so many boys at one time? Who ensnare their fickle minds, and hold their affections against all rivals? Who could prove to each that he. and he only, had her heart? Who, but Laura? And, nearer and nearer it approaches, it stops intermittently, strange- ah, now I see-it is the dear little dairy lady and her donkey cart. Drawn snugly about her face is the small checked bonnet, and over a simple black dress a large pinafore is expanded. The personage seems much in earnest, she will be heard, as she persistingly calls, "Milk for sale." On closer inspection the sign across the cart reads: HJ. M. Cald- well, Truck and Dairy Farmer, Patronage Solicitedf' Sad indeed is our next picture. 'Tis a small western town where Cora has taken up her six months residence. She had married a man without a musical ear who, ignorant creature that he was, preferred a graphophone to Cora's lyric soprano. Having tried in vain to drown out the shrill tones of this musical instrument, she gave up in disgust and sought Reno, the haven of the unhappily married. One ray of com- pensation only brightens this gloomy picture. In the future she will be permitted to charm the world by her sweet melody, unhampered by marital infelicities. The scene is all changed. It is shifted to an apartment house in a very respectable portion of a small village. It is even more specific. The ery room appears, illumined by a single candle, and that about to dwindle into the unknown. There are many inmates in this small room, yet of very different nature. One, a weary feline, diligently watching the mouse holes, another a chattering parrot, and thirdly, the owner, a wan-looking old lady, going through her strenuous nightly efforts to pre- serve a fast fading youth. The tiny coils being screwed, she casts a lingering glance into a mirror and hopelessly sighs: "Oh, Joe, who would have dreamed it." The next was' a business office, in a large city. An unusually intelligent face peered over an ocean of letters, piled high on the table. This person had received a very pressing order, which must be immed- iately filled. In fact, there had been several demands from the very same place--Elizabeth College-it must be almost time for the Seniors 0 4 -1' r 1 yi ' I A, ...., ,,.-.. 5 5?5i3',,i,?,tQ.lf'.i,Q5,, : E I .,... Q ..-.......-., V vllv, Q V. AA . -A'.. I ,fl 141 J I6 : .... . ...., Q7 If . , ..,,. 1- I 5 nic Q --1 f 3. 'A .U K, -' 5 I: ,Z . Sig: -I I." ...- Q 1 6 . ff 432' '--' 11 ' 72. 54 itlfwl f - 'Lv-.fig V R MW - T3' 1Z'Fn J 5 'Sc-I - 5 1 as U l ." v " gn. rl - ,A ' 1 .' . , ,vi 1 ,W U 1 it staff if if ' A .rl X" -'Ll-K1 , i 0 :lx ,,,r , ,,, ' ' 4' ' i . an -. In S . e" c9"'q ' 5' ., to hand in their theses, and this person, having passed through the same nervous strain, realized how important it was to have them in on time. ln fact, it was in behalf of poor broken down and over-worked Seniors, that Willie had instituted this theses producing business-so that for a reasonable sum college Seniors might be spared many hours toil in the wee small hours of the morning. Dazzling to say the least was the picture I now behold, and in fact, an altogether wonderful creation. The thrilling toe-dancer and tight- rope performer, by her daring feats and brilliant performances, had again and again robbed audiences of its breath. But this was the climax, the well-known "Alamo" claimed Irene as its artist and nobly did she uphold her reputation. Standing room was at a premium, and many the one turned sadly from the entrance learning there was no opportunity of viewing this world-famed actress. And now the Hames leap high, distinctly I see a picture, it is of a theatre filled to the uttermost, enthusiasm and interest pervade the throng surging about the doors. It had been heralded far and abroad, that Madame Vvebb, the famous pianist, was the performer for the evening, and many of her numbers were of the composition of A. Young, the celebrated composer, who was rapidly gaining for herself world-renown. 'Tis milady's boudoir-upon a luxurious couch rests a pale young woman in a becoming negligee. A look of intense boredom comes over her countenance as she inquires of her maid in a listless tone, how soon she must dress for the ball. We recognize in the blase creature the energetic Annabelle, of former days. She has become a society queen, who too late, has discovered that society is a hollow sham, but has become so ensnared in its toils that it is impossible to free herself. The pity of it! -that she should have exchanged her music for this. A familiar scene is next presented to our eyes--our own conserva- tory-but what a change do we behold. No longer does the well beloved form of professor stalk through the halls. ln his place we see a small black haired and very energetic young woman, who issues orders right and left, in no uncertain tones. With fear and trembling do the monitors obey her commands and no one dares to call her soul her own. The teachers heed her slightest behest, while even the august president makes known his wishes in a meek and conciliatory tone, for Ernestine is absolute mistress of all she surveys. ln an artistically furnished morning room, is seated a lady, being interviewed by a representative of a leading New York paper. The slightest details of her life are listened to with avidity and instantly jotted down. For this lady is a successful authoress, and the sale of her latest work, which has created such interest, especially in college circles, has flilfllji an . tl , Y -E E G. '-'if ' i i 1 gjjlli gaz, f , ,, .A .,, ' , , U -i'2iF"- Kip.: '-ffffif '.'. .5 365' 'f " "" "'-"' ' t f. .. i ... .A .E a i i 5 o --:.',- 1. 5 A: .I ....., o,ee as 3 V um' mounted far into the thousands. No wonder since the title of this work is: "The Gentle Art of Winning Hearts," and the author, than whom no other is more fitted to speak, Blanch Simmons. Again the scene is in a far distant land, and the interior of a school--a crowd of noisy girls rush out of a room and gather at several bulletins-some for gossip, few for information-there seems to be no inclination toward abandoning the favorite places either, until one shrill, cutting voice in accents discordant, exclaims: "Girls, oyu must clear the halls." No need to tell you? Yes, yes, that is right, Natalie Rugheimer. By this time the patience of the oracle seemed exhausted and with great disappointment the remaining member of this illustrous class was forced to depart unenlightened as to her own destiny. flrinisl -Q, Q1 l. - M. B., Class Prophetess. f, li? S 'V- ss f . . Q ' ..' i .f"' , --' A ff .T QWX ' E' I. 4 Q 'lp . , 5.7l,QlfFQ':l'tiEjla54l4'l? 2 ". .,... .,..., g -15" A 1 Qgli E '- ..... Q I J ,px L ug r Elan I .CXJE .2 Z.. J. +S- f l is L EMC. lim.: F' 5. .: X ...- agp- :I ,ii-',.. mi -3 'Tflll5,.'!hT,,.ftg'7L.v Q G.aL:gir,5!iTgb5qefP - i I ,. -M-. "'f:u0"' L will of the QEIH55 uf 1912 X JY' ELIZABETH COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA E, the members of the Senior Class of 1912, of the aforesaid - college, City, County and State, do realize that we are about to part this college life. Therefore we, broken in spirits, but being ' of reasonably sound minds, do hereby make and declare this, our Last Will and Testament, as follows: First, whereas, We have been lawfully united to the Sophomore Class in the holy bonds of class union, we hereby appoint the said class to execute this, our Last Will and Testament, according to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof. ITEM l. We leave part of our virtues to those who will remain in college, when we have departed from the walls of our Alma Mater. ITEM 2. To each member of the Faculty, we will as much love as we have received from them during the past year, and request that they' never again waste as much sweetness on a Junior Class as they have on the present one. ITEM 3. To that same august body, we will all the red and blue pencils we possess, knowing that Charlotte will not be able to supply the demand when the Juniors become Seniors. ITEM 4. To the Juniors we will our social, mental and physical ability, knowing they will have need of all we can spare out of our abundant store for another year. ITEM 5. We also will to the same class our deportment, as a model, and ask them to please carefully follow in our footsteps. ITEM 6. Again we will to the Juniors our ability to keep a secret, at least so it will not get into the newspapers and precede the invitations, ITEM 7. We will to the Sophomores as much of our limitless supply of love as they think they deserve. ITEM 8. We willingly will to the next class in modern languages all our books, which, while in our hands, have been revised, and now if they have the art of reading between the lines, will find a most valuable vocabulary, which will save them much trouble in the future. ITEM 9. We will our Psychology books to the Juniors, which have everything underscored that Dr. King is going to ask on examina- tion next year. ITEM IO. The Chemistry Class wishes to will the next class their I ' ffJ11'fn'ffWW'gqAl 5 5 ,A.'- 'AQA "25E-if """ 2 3-ii' g 5 -----'- .A b I n- 6 " 2 5: " "4' 2z.,..:f4tlih-Mffls ' ' - : 'Il '-Ski-F ,. ,,: ,,-' ' I 5 ' - s -Figjxsg- ,UP H .,,. 5.ML . - va 'sg , , cnuugi . I h ability to cook candy on the gas stove, so "good" that there is no danger of it telling tales out of school. superllous flesh that she gained during the holidays to Nlajorie Elliot. ITEM IZ. Margaret Bomar wishes to leave her ability to break test tubes and spill things in general in the laboratory, to Jessica Vann, knowing that she will not fail to use that abiliy. '- ITEM I3. Irene wishes to leave her ability to boss to Dr. King. provided he will have as much success as she has had. ITEM l4. The music students will the Grand? piano in the " chapel to the next moving picture show that starts in Charlotte. ITE.M I5. We will all our bones and brains that have been shattered in getting up the annual to the next class which gives a I-lallowe'en party. ITEM I6. Each of us wills one of our nerves to Novice I-laigler, who is sadly in need of some. ITEM I7. Each member of the Senior Class wishes to leave to -lessica Vann a slice of her dignity. and in case she does not use it all we ask that it be preserved for Susie Woolley. ITEM IS. All books not herein mentioned we will and bequeath to Elizabeth College library and ask that they be preserved as a Uniting" memorial to the class of l9lZ. ITEM l9. Our Senior lamps we will to the next class, provided they will follow our good example and not burn them after one o'clock a. m. ITEM 20. Last we will to Elizabeth College and all connected with it our loyalty and devotion, and wish that all succeeding classes may 1 cause as little trouble as we have. In the presence of this assembled body we hereunto set our hand and seal this the 14th day of May, 1912. CLASS OF 1912 fseall PER KATRINA Gosiz. ITEM l l. Rosamond Lucas wishes to leave the seven pounds of 4 J, 'fi 1' Z I V ,..l.- Q ffluj I ...- so -X .- -iq. - as .NL- fe I N f . , :.,,7r -1. . . - ,- : W ,-' -X ...'-.' I A :. 3?:x:Ex3-j,t:r,15wg.?5,, .Z ....'.'1:1 ..... c . if '52,3f"'iWfW,'f-15 Cfifsfs -. . f c it sw i is . ' g 1.15 A rf ? 2 ' i ' ' 515- .M -ii a as -' Q -' 'canned ieniur Qllass Meeting CON after the bell rings, the girls file up to the annual room, that is all except Jap, Cora and Blanche. After a few minutes Jap and Cora walk in hurriedly. The president calls for the roll 3 I' and the reading of the minutes of last meeting. Miss Brittain: Madame President, I haven't any minutes. because I just haven't had any time to write them. Rosie: fmeeklyj Well, we'll just have the roll then. Blanche arrives here about five minutes late. After the roll, Rosie calls for the business. Rosie: Miss Brittain, have you anything to say about the annual. Miss Brittain: fhurriedly risingl Yes, Madame President, I just want to say that the girls must have their pictures made right away, and the art editor must see about those sketches, and the joke editor will please try to get some more jokes, and Blanche, have you found out about any more clubs? And the literary editors will please hand in their work as soon as possible. Miss Brittain calmly sits down after this spiel, which has been spoken for many a meeting. Rosie: You have heard what Miss Brittain has said, and I wish you would please have everything ready as soon as possible. Miss McLeod: frising abruptlyl Madame President, I saw the best little sketch that would be good for so and so page of the annual. It was in that--annual. Girls, haven't you seen it? Ethel: Yes, I think I've seen it, Madame President. Irene: Well, isn't it a dear. Madame President, if you will excuse me, I will go down and get it, it is right down stairs in my room. Irene hurriedly relieves the room. Rosie: Miss Lucas, have you anything to say about the annual? Rosamond: Madame President, I would just like to say that we are getting on very nicely with the ads. We've got nearly i dollars worth. And I don't guess we will go in the "hole" this year. Rosie: Well, girls, I know you are glad to hear that. Laura: Madame President, what about Senior week. We had better be thinking of that pretty soon. Mauguerite: I move we have it after we have handed in our outlines, for we certainly need a chance to compose our theses. Margaret: No, Madame President, I think we ought to have it ff 1 YJ : if i A A ' - 'f 153. 4 ...,- .U I ,j i . ..., , an ----- ' 7,32 1 ..,.-....., 5 t 1 . 1, 1,1 l , ".' ..,. ,,.. I A -A nl :. I. .... . U. i '--' ' ,,.... :1 fb 1' 'I """ "" ' ' .- I -- - :. - - 'Lf 4 X,-gf . -' .-. '. A-I f '.'. 15? X - i f ' . :X ' "" "" ' ' i- 1-..' ' '41 '- Pl' 'Y-,ligigfriifrjjfi ' r e,-.., -. qs .- 5 E5o'n'e.g5 I ' before, because you all heard what Miss Richardson said the other day. We are supposed to have everything read by then E . . . . l . fx: Z X' Mauguerite and Laura: frlsing quickly, No, Madame President, I move we have it after. ""-A Margaret and Rosamond: No, Madame President, I think it -' .5 would be a whole lot better before. Rosie: Well, I guess we haven't time to discuss that now. Irene: frushing in breathlesslyl Madame President, l was mis- taken, it wasn't in that annual, but girls, you know how it was. Don't you think it will he a good one. fSeveral present nodj. Julia Mae: Madame President, I move we adjourn. Willie: Madame President, I second that motion. lap: fquicklyj Madame President, I want to know about this President of Student Body business. It just makes me tired. I think l'rn going to resign. Rosie: Earnestine, perhaps it would be a good idea for you to go to see Miss Palmer and ask her just what your duties are. Well, it certainly makes me tired. Cora: Madame President, I just want to tell the girls to get some more jokes. Csisslesl- Irene: Madame President, I think this would be a good idea for the annual. She proceeds to go into details on the subject and several Jap: We haven't got many, and those are certainly peaches- . girls nod in assent. x About this time every one seems to get restless. Natalie: Madame President, I move we adojurn. Katrina: Nladame President, I second that. The girls rise and start for the door. Rosie: ls there any other business. Nobody pays any attention, but all rush out of the door and down stairs. Mauguerite, just as lunch bell rings: "l've just got to see Miss Palmer about having some girls go down for their pictures to be made this afternoon. Rushes in to Miss Palmer's room just before she leaves, gets what is desired, and arrives at lunch just before Mr. Zehm has tapped the bell." M. H. BOMAR. Hind, ELIZABETH VAN PooLE Salisbury, North Carolina Post Graduate in Expression AGNES COUNCIL Lake Wacamaw, N. C. Certificate in Ari and Bible NARVIS HAIGLER Cameron, South Carolina Certificate in Bible MvsXwVv:J.rg 4 xx. ,NN V wx X fx Xxx X JUNIOR CLASS f A'AV. A ' ' " nfffivgt V. W if 'f Q' ff Q ' , ...,, ,.,,, . .lrl -A E .A'.lA.A'.' ......,,.' 4. 3 Ateee ' V. ' N U- lg S H rg. jd, S , E I 4 Ulgievd f t 1 , i T '11 " f fSlk175 +" " 'L' I' Z 6e'0:gg i6 , -' Zuniur Glass Tl- legit' X gh MOTTO: Excelsior COLORS: Green and WlIite " If FLOWER: Lily of the Valley H OFFICERS KATHERINE VOLLERS ..Oeeeeeeeeeeeee..ee..eeee eee.. . .. le.., . ll.....elee President VIOLA BUCKLER. SARA MOSELEY ,,,,.e,,l JESSICA VANN ........ . H. A. STIREWALT ..EE... VIOLA BUCKLER IDA EFIRD MARJORIE ELIOT GRACE GRADDICK BESS I-IEILIG RUTH KEISTER VIRGINIA LILLARD ........,,........,,,,Vice-President MEMBERS EULA TRAYWICK Secretary and Historian .......................Treasurer .......Class Poet SARAH MOSELEY CHARLOTTE RUCKER H. A. STIREWALT ANNA TIIo:.IAs JEssIr'A 'VANN KATHERINE XIOLLERS VELDA YOUNG .IUNIOR CLASS YELL Thirteen, Rah! Thirteen, Rah! Nineteen-thirteen, Sis, Boom, Bah! Creen and White, Wah, Who, Wah, Nineteen-thirteen, Rah! Rah! Rah! '7 '- ' ' ' 'Q W at , I Z' -.,,. f, ' 4 'E' flflllo :LE 1: nv. l.. ' Q 2gJ?'t1f21f5-Mfifilr, . 1 .4 ..,, A..., . Q L,U'.,g',,v'.v,ihwZ1.,-V, A. ,, , . , ,. -... J .... .. Qi -.,' " ',', .... - 4 I! - Zfsff f E i --.---'-- ' 5" ,1"-'sf , f gs- , dxf: '. .- .- , fl 2fN so ' Neff H .5 .- AA ' l E2 ' ' ' E ? 'iw 5.,:?lQ:i?s,'i51,'P 4' . , - eg Q5 : 1 'fem' ' Zlaisturp of the Zluniur Clilass ,Q I i ITH an aim to reach the Senior Class we started on this four ' I years pilgrimage in l9l0, with only live pilgrims, but with the hope of being joined by others as we journed along. We found few difhculties to overcome in the hrst year, the chief of these being the contempt which was shown us as we passed h the city of the Sophomores. The second year we thought the most difficult of all our long journey, but here we were joined by five other pilgrims who cheered us over the steep mountains of Latin and the broad rivers of Math. Now we are traveling on our third year's pilgrimage with a hand of fourteen. There are some difhculties here, but taken as a whole, we consider it the most pleasant. It is very hard to answer the many ques- tions asked us by Physics folks, but we always hncl one who is willing to help us out of our troubles. In traveling through this city the people seem to think that we ought to know everything and are amazed if we fail to answer any of their questions. We think that this pilgrimage costs us very dearly, but we are will- ing to pay the price in order to reach our destination--the Senior Class. HISTORIAN. 1 9,0 foe A 3 o Gieo . geo U 3999, . ,,-32: 3 Me' 5039 she 'L Sakai Q , '50 - ' fy N ' " rs" I . xv, . .", V lflfk fm . :E In j'- r . Q" K ,. .--.....- E . f-------'-. f :fig Aw 1,5 3 ....., . "" -- K ra ,,.... Q' 5 1'-st f -.Nt : 1 -- -------- -'---- ' It -fx X . ... - r 1- H ' :rfb ,, 'Nets ' - 5 -1 P- 'b 7f'.g.5fl1,'1A.uQi.ue -:-.'.5-- ...- f, 'ospjwlgigfrlzgse' . 3 - 2 ,Muna 5 .,,,. 'A:.1 Zuninr Glass iBuem There is a time when life is brightest, Ex A5 That time to us is here- 3 ' ' No longer Freshs. and Sophs. are we, But juniors, loyal and sincere. Three years ago as Freshmen drear, 5 We wandered here forlorn and sad- '- To reap the fruits of "Betsy" dear- The one ambition that we had. The next fall came and baclf were we, Brimful of courage and strength,- We wallfed the halls and made our plans, What funiors we'd be at length. Now here's a scene, a lovely scene- Fourteen of us you viewg Each steadfast to her duties here: Each one of us "true blue." We float our colors, green and white, To show our love and cheer: Hoping for all, by the work we do, We'll gain our Senior year. Each one so gifted in her course, How can she but succeed! With thoughts of honors gained at last, No fear and doubt we heed. We cannot stop and be contentg We have a higher aim- We long for broader fields to reach, Diplomas we would claim. Come back, O junior, strong and great! For "Betsy" claims us all- With all our hopes or future years, We can but heed her call. HAMPTON A. STIREWALT, 'l3. SOPHOMORE CLASS - " "fit:-.', '--- K ,...,,,. H V. -. Y ,HVIW .5315 H N I ,,,, . EEEjM i,lI5 fm- 'a m' .I :- Z ia bupbumure EA -:.. 'A Z CLASS FLOWER: Black-eyed Susan CLASS MOTTO: Semper fidelis. "U SUSIE VVOOLLEY .,.A.. ........ P resident FRANCIS OSBORNE ....,. Vice-President HARRIETT ORR ....., .....e. S ecretary SUSIE WOOLLEY ,...e,.. .,e,. H istorian MAUDE BOYTE ...,. ..... T reasurer IMIARRIET ORR ,4,,.,e ,.,,,.e.Ieee.ee ,,,e.... P o cl ROLL HARRIETT ORR LILA SUMMER MARIE LENTZ OLIVE BRICE FRANCIS GSBORNE ANNIE B. ROPER MAUDE BOYTE DORA DAVIS SUSIE WOOLLEY A 2" gm . A g ,s,., fi-:Qi : . e ,,..-1.- Q, . oser gbie M.. . gx ffl! if - 5' h gl -. , ,..,, . ,... A giiflf-f,E',9-.y1:l?'Liflflrnf E '. '.- ..... ---..-V .- .,.,... '--'- -' as N "" ' ---' ' g ,!t!y,f,4Q.!li,y,fg',g'S JWX - . ,,.,grgtu."-f . 5 . fl- , .'x,3,ffT,,,'I,:.u3- gt . V. n "Bucci" Q bupbumnrfs Dream ,WV Between the midnight and the morning, Before the rising bell, Comes a pause in my rush for knowledge And a heavy sigh, long-drawn. 9 I hear in the closets adjoining, The tread of many feel, Chancer and Spencer enter, My startled eyes to meet. With candle dimmed eyes I see. Climbing the window sill, Crave Plantus and wise old Bergen, lVentworth also is there. A whisper and then a silence, Yet 1 readily surmise, They are plotting and planning together. To take me by surprise. They seat themselves beside me, They come and surround my chair: If I try to escape they grab me: They seem to be everywhere. They almost o'erpower me with knowledge, They hold me down so fast, That I fear they shall murder me out-right, White they malfe me recite their useless Do you thinly, O men so learned, Because you have seen man's fall, That such a Sophomore as I am ls not a match for you all? I have you in my power, And will not let you depart, But keep you within my prison, While I master your wonderful art. And there will 1 hold you forever, Yes, forever and a day- But lo! the bell says "Seven-twenty," And frightens them all away! 'Q ,sf-.J -V '5'-."J:- q if -: f taslfs. S. W. I 1 M : H 3' M 3 Z A -,, W i! ,X - T5 S7-1 X'Q"U0 0 ' lp I "I I. C. ,Wg I 140 y XNQN MRYJYR 0 A 1 i?:.i I'W? vt-'W Wh, 'f JP fs" fk J .1--. V-'fl'!lf' X A JQ1 .wr X ' - H 1 1"-1-,bw '1fv',Wf,Wn'!lqf5,W 1 ,MIZW Q Mrs'-59'?'5'Pe,iffiamlx 1 K. 'www du, ily. l'4xf:.?i's.'Al-fllpgl 4-Z 5- 65 ' " NPL! h :Jin ,EM xx yi? ' , X. 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Time still drags on for the Freshmen, It draws toward the close of the year, How we long for our time to he Sophomores, For our woe to be turned into cheer. 3. Let's lfeep on, lfeep on, O Freshmen, And not give up in despair, For in three more months we'll he Sophomores, And it'll be our turn to pull Freshmen's hai 4. Colden Rod .......President Treasurer .......Secretary KATHLEEN KEISTER BONNIE MAUNEY T. ,s ly ', A ..i:-,-: 21.1. . ff avr? 4"" gs fgljlifptg f .-" J 5 1 fx we X "4 cf' Q X .eef X'-Qi ff 8, mh- F N 'ffm 9' , nee' get .M.. B gi X J SIJALL a'eiaz'1z you 'A 110 fazzger Z'7Z Me dem- 0lZSfl'fIfZbll of wha! we shozzfa' no! do, buf sfrazz' eozzduef 'Ve I0 a 6171- szde, where I ?UZ7f p0Z'll1' ye ou! fhe rzghf przfh ofa wk'- fzmus and fzable edueafzbzzy laborzbus ffzdeea' af Me fini aseezzi, bm' efse so Smoofb, so green, 50 fu!! of goodbf prospecf and melozizbzzs sounds 072 every szkie, fhaf Ike A0775 of Olpheus was no! more 6'b6llf77ZZ.7Zg'. " JOHN MILTON as Wffr frf . . , .- g 14,1 X "1 ., -. '. L' .i ."' 3i3iilil'i5:ff:4wK4f D21 . T . Q Ql'1.2'..l2L.-H "Ina a . . I .' '- . -' I- S, 'H L. ,EN,Hi.iW'5,5 5 I ....-... . f 7- 'V 1 I if 1 E '- ,..... iif.'.'.'.Jt:- ff 7 Lf., .... '--Q' -- --'- f 5 :nf 1 , , . X re 6 i v .. A. -r ealli ii 'W . H ' 5 eff' . 4 .. 1 v,"5-'1' 'N . ': 2 ' E 7... A. oo a wggvigw ev. ,. 6,e '..qQ : . ' The Senior Cdlbemistrp Qlllass 1 Vg N THE main hall, just after the bell has rung: The girl's walk .33 leisurely to the laboratory. Marguerite: "For goodness sake, girls, don't walk so fast, we don't want to get over there so soon. Five minutes is not up yet. The girls slacken their pace considerably, and look down the hallway. Kat. Gose: 'il wonder if she has gone over yetg no, there she is. Miss Jackson passes them and hurries to the laboratory. The girls still walk lazily on. After several minutes the girls straggle in and take their seats, all except Miss l-lipp, who has not arrived. 'Miss Jackson: "C-irl's, I just want to tell you that I don't find things looking very nice around here. I fcund a lot of test tubes here, and a beaker there, and just look over there," pointing to the table where there is a conglomeration of bottles, dishes, tubes, etc. While Nliss Jackson is speaking she directs her gaze to Miss Bomar. Margaret: Miss Jackson, we dicln't do all of that, did we," speak- ing to the girls. They all nod with a peculiar expression. Miss l-lipp walks in hurriedly. Miss Jackson: "Miss l-lipp, can't you be a little more prompt, why were you late?" Miss l-lippf meeklylz "Miss Jackson, I didn't hear the bell." Miss Jackson: "Miss l-'lipp, I was just telling the girls that I didn't find things looking very well around here. Now, I don't like things looking this way. Miss Hipp, who always takes pains to replace things after experi- ments: "Yes'm." Marguerite: "What do you think is best to use for your hair. Miss Jackson ZJQV Margaret, before Miss Jackson has time to answer: "Miss .lack- son, did you ever see any pure calcium?" Miss Jackson figits and frowns furiously: "Wait a minute, Miss X i 1, hx ,face . f v " " ' t , e ,ww . . " twiki ? - f . ' - 2 '-5 Atzslgfvrs .fha '-51 i f " 2l?:s11.-ifstk s -ff .. ,.f. 1 . so Kitti es Y . -sms 'eg ' ., ' Q59 ' ' 5 96065. , .- f Bomar, I can't answer two questions at once. Now, Miss Brittain what is it?" Marguerite begins, and everyone begins to discuss the subject freely. Miss Jackson, after a few seconds, speaks hurriedly: "Well, girls we mustnit talk now, we must begin on the lesson. She adjusts a second pair of spectacles on top of the first, opens her purse for a pencil, clears her throat, pulls out her watch, and begins. Miss Brittain, immediately and silently, goes through all these , previous motions of Miss Jackson. Miss Hipp and Miss Gose smile, but Miss Bomar giggles. Miss Jackson looks up, clears her throat, and begins. The lesson procedes for some time. After a few minutes, Miss Brittain goes through some more of her mimics. This time Miss Bomar giggles pretty loud. Miss Jackson turns around sharply: "Miss Boniar, what is the matter, there's nothing to laugh at." Miss Bomar struggles, and finally succeeds in composing herself. Mauguerite asks Miss Jackson a question, not bearing on the lesson. Miss Jackson thinks awhile: "Yes, Miss Brittain, I think I have read somewhere about thatg yes, yes, I think I remember now at 3 if yes 'F X '5 I think so, yes at 55 'lc yes, I think that's right." Turns quickly, readjusts her spectacles, etc. "Well, we mustn't take up that now." "Miss ur-ur- Hipp ur Gose, what is at 3 'lc ?" Miss Gose hesitates, and Miss Bomar's and Miss Brittain's hands immediately go up. Miss Jackson frowns and rattles her foot, whereupon they take their hands down. Miss Brittain puts her hand on her face and makes a curious and ridiculous expression, whereupon Miss Bomar giggles out freely. Miss Jackson turns sharply to her: "Miss Bomar if you can't stop laughing, you can be excused." Miss Bomar succeeds once more to gain control over her facial muscles: "Yes'm." The rest of the class take opportunity to laugh. Miss jackson scowls. Miss Jackson: "Miss Brittain, you are not sitting very nicely in :d l I 1 I i '.f'11.:: .A 'a ' g n Q 2? 4!J'z 2. .- ' .- F' ffzjlx Vi J V f g 5 qi?'A.,'rL1f,l'4'VfWjlfa' ,A-3 Q ...... .... 1 '-:sf ' . Z-,gf . a 5.7 .1 , . f ..n4.,..X ..., 'L , A 5 5 5 11 2. .... I . li '-if A TSX: ,. ' -. 7 X .,.- li "" v h-'.-' ' 5 l- -' . l- .u,,,I"-'-Q-1 Q T56 . ,if-' '- -if Y I -- 2"t-il:l:ii.iliQ?Nqv'e fm e, .3 wmv' . ' 5. your chair, it is not like a lady to lounge that way." Miss Brittain: "l don't feel good"-straightens up leisurely. A: V Miss Jackson proceeds once more. J 'iV. Miss Bomar leans over to Miss Gose and fingers the pins on her .52 dress. . Miss Jackson frowns: "Girls, I wish you wouldn't fool with jewelry in class, its very annoying." ' " She clears her throat, puts on her second pair of spectacles again H' above the first, opens her purse for her pencil, takes a box of matches '1- from the bosom of her waist, looks at her watch, and glances around the room before again proceeding. Miss Brittain silently mimics these motions of Miss Jackson. Miss Bomar, this time utterly convulsed, laughs out loud. Miss Jackson: "Miss Bomar, you'll get zero on your lesson today." Miss Bomar, thereupon gets very serious. Miss Jackson finishes the work before time, and prepares to give problems to the class. Miss Brittain: "Miss jackson, please let us go today, we will be real quiet." Miss Jackson: "Girls, I wish you wouldn't ask it, you know I can't let you go." Try that first example on page 256. The girls sigh and proceed on their work. They work for a few minutes when the bell rings. They all get up quickly and rush for the door. Miss Jackson: "Wait a minute, girls, I haven't given the lesson. Take page 257-267." Miss Brittain: "Miss Jackson, that's too much, just look at those equations." Miss Jackson: "I can't help it, Miss Brittain, I can't shorten it." The girls rush for the door, which they bang as hard as possible. Marguerite: "I am so tired of this stuff, she makes me so nervous." Margaret: "She makes me furiousf' Kat. and Rose smile and say nothing. fEND, 9 M. H. B. U 5 ' f 1 ""' eg """" R Q 1 ..., .. Q " f :2l7' e" "0 em"' K STATISTICS OF LABORATORY COMPANIONS .- - - ,Q 2 DESCRIPTION A HORROR CHARACTER Sily Cate .. Mother Liquor Ethyl Alcohol Miss Pickle , ....... Mayo Licu . Anilene . Alle-Lene Ethyl Lene . Being pounded .....,. Not right bright ........ Vvishy-washy ......... Airy ..o.....................,, Tough Mm ..,.,......... Placid ...........,.. Heavy weight .. Ficlcle ......,......... 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M -' 1-Si? 2 " 5-5? if 619' X Y ...,... ..,. f g7gf44ws'5fr'5 '33 :.'j5iL.fel,F I ' if',i1L' ,p' 'se w' g is jfasbinn Oh, fat or thin, slim, or trim, What diference does it make- We play the cards till cold grey dawn, lflfhen woman is at stake. In the year seventeen hundred and seventy-six, Our women were plainly clad- Their dresses were simply made to ht, Whatemfer figure they had. But as years go on we jind a change- A blue bow under the chin, And now the ladies, short and tall, Are anything but thin-- With pomps and puff and laces fine, With ruffles, pompadore- The lady who covers most of space, ls the bell upon the floor. In nineteen-ten there came a wind, With mighty rush and roar, Sweeping the pomps and ruffles Away for ever more. But Fashion would not be out done, Once more she talfes her place, In among the slender girls Wlio move with stately grace- And for these dainty ladies, Dame Fashion did'st design A costume called the "Hubble Slfiflf Some thought this act a crime- But when with practical fingers The "Tube" slfirt she did malfe, The people cried: "lt is not true, It can't be, it's a fake." 0 Q- xs- . ,,, I If " "A ' "Ita:-.1 . , ,f . ....,.....,. l . ..--- ."' - ,Er ' "J ,lj 1 I "' '-.. It X It 4' :Q so r r 1, fix ' '--' ' " -- " E VER, ,ff 2 "A' - , Ilia i e .L"!1pa-AM:-46-'-' " . . 2 i .N-. -n5i,3.gqI,,.ffg'fQ, 3 'Sf-gg , ,..4 -5 H, '. 1 S cesgi .' , , Though woman, lovely woman, i Would not refuse this chance, Alas! she now is wearing, Half of her huslJand's pants. But the "Winds" will not permit it, Stand it they never can, 1 .-" They will talfe her "vote" and "veto," And give the "Rights" to man. Then waft her away in the distance, p. 1, 1 X-. 7 Away from the human eye, Back to the garden of Eden, Where mortals never pry- Yes, back to the garden of Eden, Where the very first style was planned, And in a Torment of Fashion, Our women shall ever land. I. MCI... QQ, , . - , " " 'ifu-,. Q 3 Hp, :fn -, n ' ' H364 1-. 49a 'A ' 'gif-?: KM i.l,rlEf5j'C' I ' !'!'i. ..--l..- 3 S 721'-EA - - -., n'ef":lg'-5:11 que' ,. "'f:cc9"g The fear 2012 X M I dreaming or is this really what used to be home. It seems - more like an entirely different world than the one I dropped out Qigg fgf of fifty years ago. Yes, it was on the twenty-first of May, 1962, that we had such an awful storm in the South seas. I was only a little boy then, a steward on an ocean liner plying between Valpariso and San Francisco. We were driven out of our course and struck on an unchartered coral reef. To my knowledge I was the only one who reached shore alive. It wouldn't be a long story to tell of fifty years on a desert island, neither would it be very exciting. Finally, after I had almost forgotten to hope, I was rescued, though I don't exactly think it is a rescue. , You people seem to think things are as natural as ever, but I can tell you it doesn't look that way to me. Instead of what was then called a floating palace like the Mauritania of the old days, the ships now- adays might be almost called floating nations. Though they travel fast enough for me, they say that they are too slow for any but the cheapest passengers. Those who travel in a hurry use their own private aero- limousines that make a trip, New York to London, in half an hour. just think of that--our ships were doing well to make it in live days. They don't do business on the solid earth any more. I bet there are some people who never saw any nice clean dirt or even heard of enough to make a flower bed. Every man has his aero-mobile. Even the newsboys have their wings, and I saw one lady going down town I suppose, floating along on a pair of fancy black wings edged with bead lringe. Behind her, at the end of a string, floated her poodle. Things are coming to pretty pass when even dogs Hy. I guess all they think the ground is good for is to cover with, build- ings are several miles high. I notice they all have outside doors and little porches on each story. I could hardly find a building with an old fashioned elevator in it at all. A fellow with wings is not in it at all. Its a wonder to me that these big buildings don't smash the ground in for the earth is full of tunnel railroads. I suppose they don't have room A' 7 A l f ? .- n gl !!-,Ig ,Qt 1 -. n 1 . Z I 153.4 Z.. '.'-I - - , .....,..,... 4, I -at-ga-1--'Wiemilf.,A '-1 1 -'-- -Te1,,.i'Jh'f'M!WAgt i 4 5 E' ' 2 2 .... ,12.1'-'f-'11-'f-'IZ :-...Li 1'-Ike. . 1 f, .,.l X --W-' . 3l 5241lllNEi W E ,go w 5 . ,, .I Q. 5: for them on top of the ground. I haven't seen but one automobile since i I came back and it looked ready for the ash-heap. Street cars are I fi:--lx K . 3, antique and I suppose horses are an extinct race. I asked a man Q5 about them today and he said he had heard of the skeleton of one in ' the British museum. r I clon't like it at all. You people may like it but I can't get used to flying around like birds or running under ground like a mole. This is no place for me. I am going back to what I have called home for ' fifty years. It is more of a home to me than this outlandish place. If this is what civilization has come to I think I had rather be a savage all the rest of my life. I guess I had better hurry or some of these bird people will get there first and carry it off as a curiosity or else civilize it before I can put up "No Trespass" signs. DRAMATIC CLUB -- ' Zfw W .4 ll ',' f 'E , u .jr 4'.- .-'- ' ff.. , . . - " .. : 'Slay' X ' I. Q., -.-. - .1 ' :Qy:g33gI.g5.4,45I2 A ,.., ,4.,,, , bg I- H' 5 EJI1,'Ifr1ffj-WWIEI -, AI4. -J:-Vs. . .... , ,,,.. X 5 ,g,,'-'PIE 35. '-'4 lg' ff i,.I X . .5 MSXGJ Z '-. '. : Q- 4 wg Q-I '- ' ---- uw . A --A' '--' - .4-my 4. L . Q :Q . . 1 , h:j,m1,l,nlb-. Q Q 1 . 'Q 'r w' -1 H . , x I " 5, , P , 11 II , , , - ,lf r , 1 ' , 5 ' 2 S, . X, 13 sg Rf' P A . 55 5 "'-I W' ' f 'A -1h .113 Bramatin Qlluh ' I' IRENE MCCLEOD ..... . , .1....,..,.. P resident -1' JOE KINARD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,..... V ice-President ELIZABETH VAN POOLE ...... ,........f...,.. ......... T reasurer MOTTO: Whatever you are, he that. Whatever you say, he true. Straight forwardly act, be honest, in fact. Be nobody else but you. f MEMBERS GRACE GRADDICK HULDA JAHNZ NOVICE HAIGLER ELIZABETH XXIAN POOLE JOE KINARD IRENE MCCLEOD VIRGINIA LILLARD BLANCHE MILLERSI-IAM ELISE WALLACE EUGENIA RUSSELL If all this world were Seniors, With colors red and white, What could the poor little funiors do, But have night mares each night? I. MCL. ft ' , f,, Z. , D t"qxJf4 X ti '+ '1 '4"A lil.. A.W I ""-iii'-'.1:: . 1A I , X- ,lu :I .S :Q-V ,:X1-5: '.- Z.. J. V x' gl- .tg-5- at -, ' -M-. a m" si ,A , 'E Q 1 I ,P I 3 ff? '45 , 'I .5 s l-UQ!! fx ffl, ' iii. , . I 3 ,ful-.1yvffWW.5in-f- - 3 1 '. I N f o Q at Q 1 A' 5 3 I-' HI' "" 1 0 I I Q no' 5 , N 'occ l Q' but Zttflpun F ALL the places for a meek, well meaning girl, who had been born under an unlucky star, a college in Western North Caro- lina was the very worst possible. However, it- was decreed that ""':" this poor girl should pass a part of her short life there. She had an average good time, as the average college girl does, but somehow, it seemed she always got caught in everything she did. This was bad enough, but there was something worse. This poor girl could not say anything at all, or do a single thing without being sat upon by somebody. It seemed that she always said the wrong thing in the wrong place, no matter how hard she tried not to. The state of affairs seemed hopeless. She tried to do right and please all her teachers, but it was impossible. The unexpected always happened, no matter how careful she was. ,lust to show you how unfortunate she was, I will tell you, as briefly as I can, how she got through one day at the college. The faculty of this particular college was varied. It had been called the "Model Facultyn by somebody, but the girl felt sure that the person who had called it that, had not taken the A.B. course. Each teacher had her own peculiar ways fsome of which could not be suitedl. The girl determined to try in spite of this. The day began, as is usual in colleges, with the rising bell. She really meant to get up then, but somehow things turned out that she didn't. But when the breakfast bell rang she was ready, after a fashion. As she went down the dining room, she felt the eyes of all the teachers upon her. It wasn't her fault because her shoes were not buttoned. and she had on a long coat. Afterwards, in cleaning up her room, her hopes rose a little, but as she unconsciously swept the dirt out into the hall, she heard a dreadful voice: "Are you sweeping the whole school?" Then she was ordered to sweep that dirt right back into that room and never do so again. The first class happened to be History. The text-book, Foremanis "Advanced Civicsf' was extremely hard, and although she had studied her lesson for fully three hours, she could not tell the Constitution of the United States from beginning to end, and so was "sat upon," and scolded so much that she prayed for death. Sorrowfully, she wended her way into English. This class was a terrible ordeal. She barely existed during this period on account of her mortal fear of the teacher. The lesson began, everything went smoothly for awhile. Then some- thing happened. The poor creature could not suppress a faint giggle. Then, silence. She hardly dared lift her head. The teacher was gazing at her with a fixed, penetrating stare. If prayers had done any good she would have gone through the floor. After an interminable length of times he averted her gaze and her victim began to breathe freely. The next class was Latin, and it was Prose day. But for this. ng., .9-ti 4 fgflrltif afz. . v . .... ,,,... . J S ilk'-r'73'-?1,'Tsy1.ftlf- 3 -' "" ' --'- -f -g t ,A :E ...Q-2 a -... tc' 'l- . 4' .' 5 0 .f . ' Y ' '- '. : "Il',1?' f 5 V ! '- .,,- :T .i'- 1 iii "'4 T-T-4 1 l'l:A"i T 'L 5 "fl" -- 215' Z1 . f t v- .. -'.' A 5 +M- vgf Q96 3 'ugggiw :Ib ' Latin would have been peace for her, because the teacher was not in 3 the habit of "sitting" on the girls. But it was Prose day. She was sent to the board to write her sentences. The meanings of the words left her. Her mind was a perfect blank. She could not write her part, so took her seat in disgrace. The teacher had neither fussed nor scolded, so she felt all the worse. She dragged herself on to Botany. The Science teacher was indescribable. You had to be in one of her classes to know her. The lesson began. The teacher asked: "What are the important functions of the leaf?" All the functions were given except one and the ques- tion was passed on to our friend. She said: "Photosynthesis", which was correct. Then the teacher asked her to describe a certain process. The girl said respectfully: "I don't know how." Quick as a flash- teacher: "I don't think you do.', Girl: "I don't think so either." Teacher: "Well, hush up about it." Girl: "I think I will." Teacher: "I will give you zero for today, and if you say another word, I'll give you zero tomorrowf, Girl: "I don't care if you do." This is what the poor girl had to go through with for two or three hours every day of the week. She never did do a thing to deserve such treatment, but she always got it. She had finished for the day except for one class after lunch. This class, French. She went in, the teacher was in a grand humor, and joked and talked with the girls. All at once she straightened up, became as strict and stern as possible, "sat on" the girls right and left, and sent this girl out of the room, reported her for impudence, and she had not done a thing. The girlis mind was in a maze, for she could not under- stand such a change in any human being. School was over and she started to walk with her "heart" She had hardly gotten back when someone told her the lady principal wanted to see her right away in her room. Rapidly going over the day in her mind, she suddenly remembered that she had forgotten to register for walking. There was no use trying to explain, for it was impossible to get in a word edge-wise. She came out convinced that the rule for registering was like the law of the "Mules and Persiansf' and must not be broken. It was ages 'til the lights went out that night. After fervently praying never to pass such another day, she sank into merciful sltsiber. 1. . Hereis to Elizabeth, where girfs have climbed, From an unhurnished staleto that of refined Where the sad are made glad, the careless sedate, To Elizabeth, down South, in the Old North State. I. MCL. s .,.-. .....,. ...,, I ' V. U ' SA5flj3'Q3'lQu?g',1Qil.H5lf- E 'xi ..... 'i,.- -4V.-' A ..... ,. ..... ..-' C A r 1 ' " f f so .1 "" M m" 5 -- ' The leap year QEMLED. r it g X 'A Once upon a time, 4. lg fThe day was blealg and drearyj. j' 'B ' : A lonely little co-ed. Did wander wealf and weary- Upon the college campus, CA dangerous place to hel- But ul-larnpf, though very timid, Those college girls would see. He smiled at them so sweetly- Thought each girl--"till propose, lt's Leap Year, and my privilege, My fighting chance-here goes" al is at as as is al an ar So-ten little maidens For "I-larnptonn did repine, But when he said: ul-low suddenlu There were only nine. Nine little maidens, Would not accept their fate, But when he blushed a crimson red- There were only eight. Eight little maidens-feould not resistl His eyes as blue as heaven, But when the drooping lids arose- There were only seven. Seven little maidens, Did try coquetlish triclfs, But when he said: "Co aslf Ma Ma,H There were only six. Six little maidens llduch encouraged, did strive, But when "Ma Ma" would not consent, There were only five. "-- A ,Q Mllir ig, , lvl. VV-:?J,j,rifyre, E 2 75 '. ..... N n .-gf'r'J4'ViZ,,:MEi E -Z ,.'. 2 'Sge-K, -5.15 5:-,,.,f xl . X Trai-liiqlatigilgrqffilfiifaqs --E-Tif 5 .l + 1'--.ii-:E I N-V . --f . '. 9,M:"e.g V- .- Five little maidens Met him at the door, as 'Y E Told their doleful tale, Then there were four. Four little maidens Began again with glee, I-.r f . I X 1 But the co-ed thought, "Ala Ma" was right, Then there were only three. Three little maidens Sighing, said: ssWl1Gl shell we do 9" "Hump" said: "The other fellow"- Then there were only two. Two little maidens Would not be outdone, But when he said: "fm not for youu- There was only one. One little maiden Left alone in the run, But when he gently said: "Bye Bye." There was onlyxxxganonel as as as as as as O fclfle co-ed, why do you Keep all the girls a guessin? And Leap Year girls, may this to yo Be even more a lessin'. 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Pages MARJORIE ELIOT ,,,..I... """'e""" MEMBERS Mary Stuart Alexander Margaret Bomar Marguerirte Brittain julia May Caldwell Hilda Conyers Agnes Council Nannie Dowdell Bernice Efird Ida Efird Majorie Eliot Emily Etheredge Katrina Gose Maud Gray Myrtle Gray Earnestine Graichen Novice I-laigler Rosalyn I-lipp I-lulda Jahnz Marie jahnz Ruth Keister Joe Kinard Carrie Koopman Virginia Lillarcl Eleanor Lummus Rosamond Lucas Lucile Mason Bonnie Mauney ...WNATALIE RUGHEIMER .ERNESTINE ORAICHEN ......................,..JESS1CA VANN .ROSAMOND LUCAS ....,..e........LILA SUMMER BONNIE IVIAUNEY CARRIE KOOPMAN ...HHILDA CONYERS ...MARJORIE ELIOT Jessica Vann lrene McLeod Lerline Mowery Miriam Parker Clarice POE Violet Rankin Annie B. Roper Charlotte Rucker Natalie Rugheimer Kathleen Sterne Susie Sterne Lila Summer Gladys Thompson Elizabeth Van Poole 31,5 .- f I .3 " 5 Swlfff 5. 1" ' ' 11.213 i ' L. , :: '-"" , f -----' - --, I , ...- A X .-.- 5' l. 5 0 :I X F. 3 :f..n.:.' i J 2 " .. 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'mn' XX Cfucbresitnan 'iluterarp Smarty 311 , l.'V I IVIOTTO: Esse quam videre. COLORS: Green anil Cold FLOWER: .Marshal Nirl Rose. STONE: Emerald' I OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM CORA STANCILL ......v..V, .Y...,V P rfsidfrll .............. .. V..A..... CORA STANCILL WILLIE ANDERSON .,.,.,,.,..... .Vice-Presiclenl ,,A,.,.....,., WlLl-lE ANDERSON LAURA HEARNE ,Y.....,...,,,.., ,..Rec. Sccrelary ...,.....,.......... LAURA HEARNE BLANCI-IE SIMMONS ,,,,,,,,l...,, Cor. Secrelary ,........... BLANCHE SIMMONS ANNA THOMAS ,.....,.,. ..,,I..,.... T reasurer ........,. ,...,....,. A NNA THOMAS KATHERINE VOLLERS ,a..,.. .First Critic ...... .....,,I. V IOLA BUCKLER HARRIET ORR ,,,,..,,....,,.,.I..,....,O. second Critic ..I... .I..,OO..O.,,.I H ARRIET ORE ETHEL WEBB ,............. ,,..,,, T... C Q mor ,..,.,........ ETHEL WEBB SUSIE WOOLLEY .... .VI..,. E.., v IRGINIA JONES IENNIE WATSON ..,,..,O O...,O, l MUHUWS of Hal' 'EA' l .T.,...... OLIVE SPINKS EVA PAGE O,.. ....,.,.,.... .....,. I F I .......O RUTH HEARNE MARY RHYNE ......., T,T..,. U gas EEE-' -"----E--P'---A' G RACE GRADDIQK MILDRED TuNIs ,TTT..OOO ..OO.OO L fbfafzan ........,,,,.4O KATHERINE VOLLERS MEMBERS Willie Anderson Margie Asbury Maude Boyette Viola Buclcler Hallie Covington Elizabeth Cole Grace Craddick Ruth I-Iearne Bess I-Ieilig Laura Hearne Virginia jones Mildred Jenkins Dollie Lee Marie Lentz Sara Moseley lloweese McCausland Frances Osborne Harriet Orr Lillian Philpol Eva Page Mary Rhyne Blanche Simmons Cora Stancill Kathryne Shaner Martha Slaton Olive Spinks Mildred Tunis Anna Thomas Katherine Vollers Elise Wallace Mary Lizzie Wise Ethel Webb Susie Woolley -Iennie Watson Velda Young N ,1g.14"' pf V Y, K QI? r v . 6 I tw WM . x fn - , f , , . , - - - - -".'1"'a . '. .' 3 1 2311... 4 ne w -. -. -. i ...... g -' 3 zZs,ga-2'-919,112-typ...,-,- Q 1 '--- 3 r5,I-zrfttwwjs is E , hnb' .J ...,.. I 0 is ,-J M -j. 3 : ..., -, I fp os, --+gf'7 .. X I..4-' - A:: --.-' l f 4 - -", v.'--A, A we ?ftfi4ftft.l' 1, + - T a-9 '- tl S 411- V, -l-M , ' pri ' f wf f sir X "f ee " young itlfttlumanki Ctlbristian Qssuniattun MoTTo: "Not by might nor by power, but by My spirit saith the Lord of Hosts." AIM: To bring girls to Christy to train tip girls in Christy to send out girls for Christ. OFFICERS KATRINA GOSE ..,..... t,t..ttt...ttt.,ttttt.tttt..tt t...t ..s....... P r e sidcnt ETHEL WEBB .....t... ....t,s V ice-President SUSIE WOOLLEY .ts..,..s,,, ........t.tt...,t. ...tts.... . S ecretary KATHERINE VOLLERS ,ttt.st,..tt.,,t...,.......t.... .,.. T reasurer CABINET MEMBERS KATRINA GOSE NOVICE I-IAIGLER ETHEI. WEBB KATHRINE VoI.I,.r.Rs LILA SUMMERS SUSIE WOOLLEY JOE KINARD ANNA THOMAS The Young XXa'oman's Christian Association of Eliratictli College, is a part of our college life which develops the highest and best in us. The monthly meetings, mid-week prayer service and the cabinet meetings, are that spiritual side of our life which is openly manifested. It is our ambition that our influence, as a bond of girls united in this work, may not cease until it has encircled the earth. We want to be numbered among those who send or carry the truth to those who know it not. Our social vents, too, including the reception in the fall to the new girls, and the birthday parties during the session, are a source of pleasure to all, and bring us closer together and to a realization of what a privilege it is to be able to do something for others. W 'E ,sa ,Q , "W" -.'. I r : oga l sf wr X fig: ' vi t 'N .5 , .JJ-, X I 5 '2:.?:- l -Jsgfqqs . , .4.. 1 : I " S+-'fiiz-,.. :1Xv'l'Hi"-Y,'l N " rlffttfy 'lin E , nf ' X E :X X55 2- V X Nb " nj r A W M' . ---- -'-'-- H -- - A 1 -. rf. .4'I' iff: 3 . ., if " ' if ""..Y 1?-A ., . 4 5 'mai W NJ. M A .. f . , W., : x.- a '3f'.3.5fl.,"2 Q , : A . A '. f.g.'-1 + E, , 1. ' em u 0' -9 jfltlissinnarp bacietp OBJECT: To promote intelligent, active interest in tlie General Work of Missions. OFFICERS Novice HAIGLER ..,... ............................... ..,,.,.,,,...... P r esident LAURA I-IEARNE ...e., ..,,,. V ice-President ANNA THOMAS ..i.... ..........,,.,. ,,.,,.,., S e cretary RUTH KEISTER ...,,e, e,e. : ....ie,sse..,.....,..e,e, ..,,,.... T r easurer MISSION CLASS Our general aim of Mission Study is to develop missionary char- acter. We have five mission classes in school and have found them not only interesting, but profitable as well. Miss Gose's class studied "The Decisive Hour of Christian Missions," by John R. Mott: Miss Woolley's class studied "Western Women in Eastern Lands," by Helen Montgomeryg Miss l-laigler's class "Sunrise in the Sunrise Kingdom," by H. DeForest: Miss Rugheimefs class "India Awakening," by Eddyg while Miss Stancill's class studied "The Unoccupied Fields of Africa and Asia," by Samuel l... Werner. L ATHLETIC Qltbletin QBfficers CORA STANCILL .....,... .......,..... P resident KATRINA Goss ......,......... ..,.,, . Vice-President KATHERINE VOLLI-:Rs ........ ..,.,,.,....,,. S ecretary RUTH KEISTER ..........., ,,,.... T reasurer bsninr Zgaskethall Zlieam KATRINA GosE CCapt.J .,,,.,,,. MARGUERITE BRITTAIN ...... ., IRENE MCLEOD ................. WILLIE ANDERSON .,.... ROSAMOND LUCAS ..,,.,,. ..........Ccn!er Forward . ,.., Coal ..Cuarcl ...Guard J UN IOR BASKETBALL TEAM xljs f f 'Q' 'fL'fl":y' 1' .Z -..,':'.,l ,'...'AV .- ' 'i: ..:- I ."v l if ., A-A- L Al bvhtl If L A , Q ,X .,..... tthn s m :Un E ca Q .lx 75,2-F "F -3 y .i n . , cs !?pZ?,l3E 41B 5 241,45 j hi xv, fn K F wxvQX'.':Ffj!'12ix 414' If x 3 '1",wyv?n s of ' o 2 I Ez' I if 2 n x N A 3 1 4 I2 . .J s I o A . .X 214 f Q. ,"Q :Es'e Qlfffs Eluniur Basketball Team SARA MOSELEY , ,,,.,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, KATHERINE VOLLERS fCapt.D .,,,A,,. . JESSICA VANN ,,.,,EEEE,EE.,,,,,,,,,,EvE,EEEE RUTH KEISTER ....... IDA EFIRD .......... IN 191 53' 5 .- My . I ,-'l .-4.40 e X ' ELC: Q EE,,Ccnlcr ...,....FOfD2GTd Coal ..,,,,,.,CllGfd Cuarrl SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM I. 1 D '." .. A--' .:f ! "? 1f -A - ' ' P V' 3 1.9, " X " ,,,..,.... V .. - X 4' 7- 5 M -. fx - - -'-' ' ' '--- - 1255 - v. - ---- M 4-ma . l T: T' 1 c ms 'S-i n - ' ff H :L - 'O W' iuphumure Easkethall Team , ANNIE B. ROPER ...... MARGIE ASBURY ............,.A., . SUSIE WOOLLEY CCapt.J ,, ,.4A LILA SUMMER ................... RUTH BENNETT ........ X L 2 4 .. Center Forwarcf .final ...Guard ...Guard . ,mc 'W f 4 TEAM KETBALL BAS FRESHMAN ffl- 1' . .9 A .O O, A . f ::f,f:'O1:?1'2f1-JWif575 1. ,Ag .J n,. 1- . Z ..... 5, , I U ,-335 ---A A .... f i- 352 A -' ' ' "" -----" ' "'- ' "1r"g,fL!,, ',-' X I: Q : -.A 9 7'7!,',"L,,l1'iL'-ffl 1-5-'.l-f 4. .,.W " ' ' A' E'9::H9i59 :I I. V Q . '--, O freshman Zgaskethall Team .E f 11-fi.. ARABEL THOMAS ...... ........ C enter A LUCILE MASON ..........................,...........,. .....,. F ormard A MARY STUART ALEXANDER fCapt.D ..,...... .A.,,... C oai BONNIE MAUNEY .................................. .....,.. C uarcf NANNIE DOWDELL ....... SEX? O- ........Cuard COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL TEAM 5. I - . II ,s I 'n m' '-., ' ' - '::'.5.3, za" 5 M . I- ' -ff -N - I . .1 , . ,gg-,1X','--:'I-I.I,I,,, 44, g . . ', 4 .,,, ..-::tf'.' ..... if I A ------ --" ' I -' A. g , I -,, I fl: .,,. 3- . I 31 V I 1-.4 i. :Q,f.,I,w f 2. H I ..., -I - -1 Qi 12'-NL o p'1Il.:Jgf-'Q Q ll... Qllullegiate Basketball Qlieam KATRINA GOSE ...,.......,..... I JESSICA VANN fCapt.D ......,, IRENE MCLEOD .............. RUTH KEISTER ...........Y. WILLIE ANDERSON .....,,... SARA MOSELEY .....S.,,,. ...Center Forwarzf Coal ...Guard .......Cuard .......Ccnler Q f SPECIAL BASKETBALL TEAM 5 - 'i:,f'3.3: be ww: , -- s,y,7fa -4, 1 - . 11, .- .5 5 4 ik ? -,Z 1-2 I . -"-' : I bg" -'-I-- "" l ..,. 5' A, """ ti 1fX X "iii ""' -. vA,. - 5 U Ll '16 -zr?f'5gJ S Ffifff- :.:-' '-.jJQ!'3J,e" "V-' "0uec9"' ' V ,'4 Qperial Basketball Team DOLLIE LEE CCapt.j Z' ELISE WALLACE ...... MARGIE ASBURY ........ AGNES COUNCIL ....... GLADYS THOMPSON ......... MILDRED TUNISL.. ,....,...Cenier Forward ..,....,.,C0al ,,....,..Cuard ...,,....Cuard ..L.A...Cenler Q N 1 -v'-24 . 1' - H am, "fZi.::.:, lilll .CJ If RSE, , -' 2515 2 .... rv 'ult - lg' r .,. ' -. .A,,. 1..- 1 .v-.' 2 guys ' .i ' Erbalhfflxffifgfif 2 ' A ! L' . .N ., , .I .1,!H,,.Ilb'f4.u n a?.-zf.. li v' ' -.,weagw,.f AA- " 'e ' ' he 'omni' . .- Biatelian Basketball Qlizam I KATRINA GOSE fCapt.J ,,,a,,aa ,,,Cenler JESSICA VANN ,..,..a............a 4aaa,a.... F ornfard IRENE MCLEOD ,..,.A..,a, ,a.,..... C aa! RUTH KEISTER .aaV.,..., ,,,Cuard AGNES COUNCIL .SIS..... ...Guard Cfucbrestian Zgaskzthall Zllieam SARA MOSELEY ....,... ...Center SUSIE WOOLLEY .........,..... .....I...,. F orward KATHERINE VOLLERS .......... ..,V..... C oal XVILLIE ANDERSON fCapt.Q .....V... ..,.,,..., C uard JENNIE WATSON SSSSS.,O...S.S.S....... ...SSSV... C uard V.-ff-'-I-ii'-if-if 'b'b ff- 4.-' -"' i 3? Q -.... 6 fm: f-,' 1" .": " yn 2: "F: S ii. M- tg " "e n um Et I The Qlllass Tournament f My f T LAST the day came and every one was so excited. Novem- I ber 22nd, 23rd and 24th, had long been looked forward to. Qigg fgi Much practicing as well as talking had been done and every- thing was now in readiness for the fight. The Senior and Freshmen were the hrst upon the field and from the start the Seniors were seen to be the superior, though the little Fresh- men played well, and as the score was slowly but surely increasing on the board, time was called leaving the score 40-l l in favor of the Seniors. Almost before the teams were off the field the proud Juniors were making the balls fly getting in trim for their light with the Sophomores. It was not long before the game was called, and it went decidedly in favor of the Juniors, but it was their ambition to beat the Sophomores with a greater score than their hated class had beaten the Freshmen, but the game ended 28-I0 for the Juniors, and all was over for the 22nd, On the afternoon of the 23rd, all were again assembled in the field of battle, and the sister classes were to prove their strength, and to take either victory or defeat in a sisterly way. The Freshmen and Juniors were first, and both sides played bravely, and although the colors flew and shouts went up each time the Freshmen made a goal, it could be seen they were slowly giving away, and finally turned the game over to the Juniors with a score of 36-I8. 'The Seniors and sophomores immediately took their position upon the field and both teams were well prepared. The Sophomores were overjoyed when once their score passed that of the Seniors, and this, of course, made it exciting, for how would it ever do for the Sophomores to beat the Seniors. This thought made things serious in the minds of the Seniors, and as their determination increased, the score also increased, finally leaving the high hopes of the lesser class crushed by the score of 22-9. All during the forenoon of the 24th, groups were seen everywhere, discussing the players for that day, and as the day wore on everyone's spirits rose and things became more and more exciting. Juniors and - , ,.,., ,.,., ..,,, A I ' ....., ....., - I .,.,., .H Q J -' 'ljj Z' l 'fxataig ..,.,..... S' ffl X -' l Dk - .,... ,,,. - an . 4-,, -- ..,. l,,,:.,.,- JE.- lk fig- L ' r+1k5'E2l7 6' .- - 8,0 . gtg. : Z Seniors were almost afraid to look at each other. At 3:30 the Sophomore and Freshmen game was called, and after a brave stand the little Freshmen went down to their third defeat, leaving the score t8-l 3. Now came the climax, everyone forgot former victories and defeats, and gave their entire attention to this the decisive battle of the tournament, and amid yells and songs, the ten players took their position on the field. There was perfect silence when the game was called, and with both teams it was either to do or to die. They were well matched and with every goal encouragements for both sides were given by the spectators and excited classmen. The battle was hard, but at last the seniors gained, and with sorrowing hearts the Juniors went to their Waterloo, and the Seniors with joy raised their beautiful red and white banner and all pronounced them fair and worthy conquerers. The score 24-I4 is long to be remembered by both sides and the much envied loving cup undisputedly belonged to the class which had played its last class basket-ball game. TOASTS GIVEN AT THE BANQUET, GIVEN BY THE SENIOR CLASS TO THE TEAM IN HONOR OF THE ABOVE VICTORY. Here's to the team of the red and Ivhite, Who put up such a noble fight, On the lnastfethall yield they Ivon their fame, And all through life may they do the same. We will never forget this hard-fought-for cup, And the hrave old team who never gave up. Here's to those Ivhose shouts lvent up, For that's the reason we lvon the cup. Anal here's to all those who with us sup, fSarcasmD For they never can say we lvon it by luck! 4 er h - 1 . AXKLIJL . -,Z I -1 .. . .,. . 4 In . . . X f 1, , fi"ij,5f'l"5'41:9Mgt' E .,A... I N -,IX 4. -'v44 X 5 9'-I, Z, Nav Xxf s 1. A4AA , ., "-l Nl? A f '-W' - a fffrifwis ' -Q - ' 9 0, t QB i I ef J! 2 15 J D x I K x .vuglw g IH S 7 X il ur i . 1 '. '- "a "f.-5'-. . A E -.4- ag ua? , V . Senior Basketball Songs S .- . ' 4 X, 1 2 L: , fr' - I-. JN tif? - -, Ti. '- I :Jy . ia TUNE: "Steam-lnoat Bill." 2' 'iff' ',.- 5 Senior team! Coing to talfe that cup from the juniors, i 5: .:" Senior team! Going to take it right away! ' ii Senior team! Coing to walk all over Juniors, So just talfe a loolf at us, and we'll show you how to play. TUNE: "Come fosephinef' Come, Seniors all! Round us gather once more, Watch our hall go through! Through it goes! For when we once get our hand on that hall, Through it goes, through it goes. Play, play, a little bit harder, On, on, lfeep up your ardor, Come Seniors, all foe the victory is ours! Hurrah! we've won! Goodbye! TUNE : " Yip-I-Adaly-I-Ay." Slip olcl funiors away, away! Slip old funiors away! We flon't care what becomes of you, just as long as our ball goes through. Slip old funiors away, away! Slip old funiors away! Sing of joy, sing of bliss, There'll be nothing like this When we with that cup get away. y qff' 1' lf! if X Q i EXW f Z ' t , l ' i 'J I . l X 3, if lx, h , pnrnlx , , , i ,i ,4 XX Q' I . X. W1 ,,, . 1 Q X Q 4o4lO O jf f X ' 'lah M52 j l62zlQ'O9 .J 4 M 4904 O6 ff H , Q uma. ' ll f f,wW?'fo I 4 l if ,s ,W 0 K "9oz6t'8 X 19 X gf ffljl ggi! J I .E- Z ll 1 'f s t il! f X X R ff h If x"l l fl X t I . fl all l Y N' ' X f ll H XX X I N l U, r X I X 1 X lu I I f !,f f 47, X f lf 1 i' I w' X 1 49? ' ' ll 1 1, , ll Latin! f ft ' 1 1, I " 0 8 5. I X in ll l fl' li Kel X1-5 69" f ff 1 -az-?'-9 'ff All ,Ili Z V' ff i19?,'9rQO9O7w! .il Ml NW xt- gfrgw, 1 , t ll, lali fl ti V. l X K ff!- ' , fl N. N ll im? he 7 it X 1 t tv Elizabeth Van Poole Irene McLeod Margie Asbury Hulda Jahnz Marie Jahnz Cora Stancill Agnes Council Gladys Thompson Katrina Gose Ida Efird Tennis Qllluh Marv Stuart Alexander Novice Haigler Mildred Jenkins Joe Kinarcl Jennie Watson Maude Boyte Blanche Simmons lessica Vann Susie Woolley Ruth Keister Dollie Lee Katherine Vollers Marjorie Eliot Ruth l-learne Rosamond Lucas Annie B. Romer Katheryn Schaner Marguerite Brittai Violet Rankin Mary Rhyne Lila Summer. Anna Thomas Mildred Tunis Myrtle Gray Tl r-' 1 4. 1 L......,.-.n,A 2, , ,f A , 1 ,- " " V f .Vg ' 'I - ,'s"'hr 9 4' c y af , 6 15 N. Q 1 , V5 I, al DN If ,Q - ff,-., -, 1 -,,- . 'M t nu 4 1 I I Ps g 1 , If my fi? .af fir- . Miva . -M ' ,Agf'ilr.y 1 I1 ,L ' ' ' by . 'WA I! 'f n '491 f' 'OCf5fJ'?fL'I.' IO .HS . P if ..,w rj I J Q x 'Q' ' 4 V - fd, fwqix rg -r 'nl J I-4 r I- 6-J V .ffzy 1' 'A ' ' A i .1-ff ,ga f " 1 g f I - ' J ,i l if 4, 1qg N, af .wx zgf ig: M .4 . " !A-. 'V I J I , j k, 1 ' :fx ' 1 f -' M "Nc" 1' A, ,'7Q:?'ff 1 1h'." A 'T '-5 I V fa, ,- ,. , Y A A'f,q1t' I . f iv - ,Y , , ' -'5 ':':i11'5"' f "G ' ' 11 f-Q., ' if f N , ,. - ff A ' Q X , A, , , A.,, .A1,.,.,2 , " .., W If 1 , ,1 f f ' 5 'Q it M I 5 'S 1 if , ' g 5 A. Nl ,f A-WW. -' ff , 11? "Z r "" A-N ,,, p - ' J f? 5- pxkxfx J V .. f H :PAA ,E ' - --ffjffw 'r' U " .. ,,'. ,, I T 4 " ' ' , V - -Q!'fSif75n , ',..,...7 hz. W'--f bw , VL I Beg' ,, I 'N A' ' ., ...., 1 X: g ' ,, V I , ' ISWPSON 7 X 1. , 1, w w ' K. 31-v -.1 ,Mug . ' 5il?a??rC-1424 .. , .... ,jigs ,lvhlh If I 'lllf .,. ., 1' X ,.,. . f. l 2 eb M. 9 W Qu QEIi3ahetiJan Story "Stop! Listen! whence proceeds that sweet music?" cried Queen Elizabeth. She was riding through one of those beautiful woods that were so numerous in sixteenth century England. Suddenly she drew her horse to a halt, and her companions followed her example. They listened a moment. "Your Majesty, I think it is just beyond that clump of trees." said or-e of her courtiers, "Shall I go and see what it is?" "No, we will all ride over there," she answered. There they saw lying on the grass, a ragged goat-herder, utterly oblivious to what was going on, piping a tune on his flute. At length, startled by the stamping of the horses, he sprang to his feet, and notic- ing that the strangers were of the nobility, he jerked off his torn cap. Hvvhat is your name, and where did you learn to play such beau- tiful music?" asked the Queen. "My name is Thomas Shakespeare, ma'am," he answered, not knowing who the Queen was. "I made my flute from reeds, and the birds and bees taught me the music." "Ah, you are a very bright boy! Your music is the sweetest I have ever heard. I should love to be lulled to sleep at night, and awak- ened in the morning by such sounds. l-low would you like to live with me and play for me?" asked Elizabeth. The boy was too astonished to answer. "Where do you live?" she asked him. "My parents are dead, and I live with my brother William," he answered. "Then how would you like to live with me," she asked him. "I should like it, madam," he finally stammered. So he was lifted on one of the horses and taken to his new home. He was surprised and frightened when he learned who his kind bene- factress was, and it was a long time before he felt at home. He was -' -' 5, ,t ..... ff-. ...... ,. ".. .V... U I .. -'J 3 5 ...... ,,.. ' .'::::- I ..L'- Z ,-gli! K. Kg : I- pw .m I. X .... - ,.,. s w Illl lj, xo- -5,5 Q .l , me-n .rim ' ' ':.:E:- '3 Q , 1 I' B ' 1: f j ' Q. 5v'fflghl'i1zI4r',i o ri ft fl .. 1-a 5 o,',, N g ' A gs' ' Q -' :,. a remarkably intelligent boy and progressed rapidly in his studies under his tutor, whom the queen had gotten for him. He became interested in the affairs of the court. Every day he rode with the queen, studied, read, drilled with the soldiers and hunted. But no part of the day did he enjoy more than the evening, when he sat with Elizabeth and played for her and talked with her. Very often the Earl of Leicester would be with them, whom the queen seemed to admire. Thomas was very fond of riding through the fields and woods. He always took his flute with him on these occasions and amused him- self by playing. One warm summer day as he was resting under a tree, he heard voices, and looking behind him, he saw two men. They were sitting on the grass, while their horses grazed nearby. They seemed very interested in conversation. Thomas, hearing these words, "Queen," "Assassination," "Mary Staurtf' crept closer. He listened, his large eyes opened wider and wider. His face became very pale. He crept still a little closer. Now he could hear every word. He recognized their faces. He had seen them at court. Once he was nearly discovered. Then they lowered their voices, and he could hear no more. At length, they mounted their horses and rode away. 55 :F 55 56 56 "The queen has given orders not to be disturbed," answered Lady Jane. "But I must see her," insisted Thomas. "Is she alone?" "Lord Leicester is with her," answered Lady Jane. ushe is always angry when anyone disturbs her while she is with him." "But I must see her," and pushing her to one side, he rushed into Elizabeth's presence. "What is the matter?" asked Elizabeth, sharply, as he ran into the room, his hat off, his hair dishevelled and his clothes brown with dust. "They are planning to assassinate Your Majesty tonight," he gasped. "While I am playing for you in your sitting room, a servant will bring you a letter. It will be written with very light colored ink. You will have to hold it over a candle to read it, and the ink will become 1lli5 , ' L5 A A . a 5 -. 'N "4'5'1y'? - , - 1 ,- 3 -5 -4- 0.141 . 0 -. .' E . .P ...... ,.., 9 ..,. .-v4 Cf ., . . - mf it '-121,-a Q tu na! I Qlfn. V U plainerg but when heated it is poisonous, and you will breathe in the , poisonous fumes that come from it when it is heated." ,N XQ The queen was at first frightened. Then anger took the place of ff 'i fright. She began to plan in what way she could seize and punish the would-be-assassinators. Strange to say, she anxiously awaited the coming of the evening, when she could begin to carry out her plans. At last it was dark and the lights were lit. Perhaps an outsider could have noticed nothing unusual in Thomas' behaviour, as he piped sweetly on his flute. But Elizabethis shrewd eyes saw how he trembled and how he cast anxious glances toward the door. A servant entered annuoncing that the Earl of Norfolk wished to see her. She sent for him to come before her. ul have a letter for Your Highness from the House of Lordsf' he told her. "Read it to mef, she commanded him. He started. "It is best for no one to hear it except Your Majesty," he answered, looking around the room at the Earl of Leicester and Thomas. "Read it to mef' she commanded again, stamping her foot in rage. At this moment a number of soldiers stepped out from behind the curtains where they had been concealed. Norfolk saw that his plot had been discovered. But he had one hope left. l-le opened the letter and looking at it, he said that it was too dim for him to read. His surprise and chagrin were great when Elizabeth ordered a servant to bring a candle. Norfolk was forced to read the Whole letter, at the same time inhaling the poisonous odors. When he finished he staggered from the room, and it was reported that the Earl of Norfolk had died from a sudden illness. But this in no wise affected the gaiety of the court, nor the happiness of one Thomas Shakespeare, a page of Queen Elizabeth. O. B. Q. Q - I? , Y f FA., ...I ' , izf fg i' . -: sl - - 1 If "-' 2 '. - - - . .-' . . , . .... . ..,-., , .Q - A111-1--gf-1:'TI.n,-f 0 - -. '. -' 'Q ...... ---- ' . :Air 1 -'J igflii : "-- .... tl ' ' ' 32' Ni' ' 4 N ,ff 4 Q 1 ... . H e 1'X 'igffkdg' 1b5a.5E"g' ' i """' ' .,ii.ig"r ' ' , . . 1-,.l,,, " .v u ...,'- l- ' g tg ZSC HSLQN QQ H .- 'E 'Q' 1. are H 595 5" E "moi" 1. Q' Ennis 4A-' . DON'T mistake the ten minute hell for the rising bell. " -' DON'T ask Susie how often she writes to Rosie. fi .,,-"' DON'T ask "Widow Myers" why she goes to church when it is lf. optional. .H DON,T ask to whom niost of the etiquette questions are directed. DONVIQ tell a person to go to Clarais own room for her. DONVI' mistake the location of the noise-go to the "Elites" head- quarters. DON'T be surprised to hear Velda has a new heart. DONVIQ ask Frances whom she is crazy about. DONVIH let every girl flirt with the co-ed. DONVI' drink anything stronger than water, for yours might be the fate-Dr. King mentioned. DON'T tell Miss S. you know something. DCNVT comment on E.lise's gazing at the moon until three a. m. DON'T tell Miss Palmer, Oh that girl has a date to spend the night. DONVT ask Hpearlinen what his name is. DON'T ask Mary R. if she has anything to eat-look for yourself. DON'T let your studies interfere with your college course. DON'T ask Violet which her hardest day is. DON'T smile at the pronunciation of hill, by the Charlestonians. DON'T try to put in a word until Miss Palmer stops to catch her breath. DON'T ask the Seniors if they mind Hetiquettef' DON'T ask l... H. why she went to MacDowell Club--one time. DONVI' tempt Mary Staurt to do the Boston during lent. DON'T tell Jessica to go slower to the Labratory. DONVT ask Kathryne Shaner why she always goes to the Infirmary on Tuesday. DON'T get an excuse from practice at night if you have a later date with your heart. r w -V s w-Ifs '2-'P 1' M .. A. h 5.iff-FIIIIIWI-3.1541A553 3 ...., .--. .... 4: X4---'-.:::::,, .... ! . :SE I -.915 2 --.. .. 5 3 :N-.. ,S.'1f3 '- . --.A . ff? S L 6 'Pla A -- '--. . -ve' "w o-H' ' . L ,5 Qialenhar for 191142 r- 4+111 -x. . SCHOOL OPENING ..............., ......... S eptember 14th Y. W. C. A. RECEPTION .........1,,.....11,.... ......... S eptember 16th 1'-,J-1 GERMAN FOR THE NEW GIRLS ....... ........... ....,, . S eptember 22nd DIATELIAN RECEPTION TO NEW GIRLS .......,II .I,IL.LL September 25th EUCHRESTIAN RECEPTION TO NEW GIRLS... .......,... October Znd HALLOW,EN PARTY ........................................... ......... O etober 28th SENIOR,S RECEPTION TO SOPHOMORES ...................... November 18th RECTAL BY MISS RUSK ..,............................................. November 20th CLASS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT .... November 22nd, 23rd and 24th Y. W. C. A. BABY PARTY .............. .....................,.... . .November 25th MUSIC FACULTY RECITAL .......................................... November 27th THANKSGIVING GERMAN .............................................. November 30th BANQUET IN HONOR OF SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM .... December 4th EUCHRESTIAN 'CWHITE SALE ".... .................................. D eeember 9th PLAY BY EXPRESSION STUDENTS, UMR. BOB" .......... December llth DIATELIAN BAZAAR ...................... ............................. D ecember 16th STUDENTS RECITAL ...... ............,.....,..... D eeember l8rh CHRISTMAS RECESS ................... ....... D eeember 19th-January 4th CHORAL CONCERT ........................... ...................... . .january 25th Y. W. C. A. "PEANUT PARTYU ........ EXPRESSION STUDENTS RECITAL .,...... MISS PALMER ENTERTAINS SENIORS ...... STUDENTS RECITAL ...,,,......,...,...,..,,.. .ANNUAL PUBLIC RECEPTION .,...,.. MASCOT ENTERTAINS SENIORS ...... SOPHOMORE-SENIOR BANQUET ............ JUNIOR "BOX PARTYH TO SENIORS ..... .. STUDENTS, RECITAL ,............,..,,.............. PLAY HBREEZY POINTH .,...,........,......,,....... MISS MCLEOD,S GRADUATINC. RECITAL ...... MISS KlNARD,S GRADUATING RECITAL ....... MISS WEBB,S ORGAN RECITAL .............. ......JaIIuary 27th ........January 29th . ..... February 5tb ......February l2tb .......February l9tb .....,,..February 22nd ......February 24th ..........March 7th .,.....MarCh l8th .......March 25th ....:...MarCh 29th ........April Sth .......April l2th Y I ' s ul i'i.l'l-iifi'-': 1. 1 " x x-ill' - Q . ZQWS gy .. 1,1 ,, .W,,... , "-. .... 'A '--A ---- 1 4"'-'b- ' '- ei ,,4 . , .4" . , piggy : - ,. ,.,, A A Ai A . , -13 ' 33'5ffL'1'ilfW3 M5-124 oe' ,Q 3. H H O c " Miss VAN POOLE,S POST-GRADUATE RECITALM, . Miss RUGHEIMER,S GRADUATING RECITAL . . . Miss DowD's GRADUATING RECITAL .. w,.. A Miss CALDWELIJS GRADUATINC. RECITALHU., Miss YOUNG,S GRADUATING RECITAL ssss.,ss.ss CHORAL CONCERT ................s....sVs,.sY...s.s,s BACCALAUREATE. SUNDAY .,...... ANNUAL CONCERT ssss.ss..s.s,s GRADUATING EXERCISES ssssssss,.ssssss,,,sssss.,..,... A SAD CALENDAR Jan-et was quite ill one clayg Feb-rile trouble came her way. Mar-tyr-like she lay in beclg Apr-oned nurses softly specl, May-be, said the cloc, juclicial, lun-lcet would be beneficial, Jul-eps, too, though freely tried, Aug-urecl ill, for Janet clied. Sep-ulchre was sadly made, Oct-aves pealecl ancl prayers were saicl. Nov-ices with many a tear, Dec-oratecl Janet's bier. Miss WEBB's AND Miss STANSILL,S GRADUATING RECITAL April mth Q Miss SlMMoN's AND Miss CnRA!CHEN,S GRADUATING RECITAL M ff April 22nd sApril 23rd April 26th April 29th ,,,lVlay 3rd ssC..May 6th mlVlay 9th lVlay l2th ...,.lVlay I3th ..,..D.lVlay l4th I 5 f X 1 wx XA . x ziwffy ' " " ulq.-I 7. '. tl- Q vilxxfugl 2 .Z .i .1 .-. - ,- .....,..,g,,, . - . . . - . 3 g.':,:'..h.' v ., X Z '. '. -- - --: -ur. .-1 . - -. .' . '- - A . . r 0 '12 .,l'.L'f'JUj"51' V '2 - '-, - .- '. I ,' , 4 ,- ' 1 , ., fu 0 . .I .'.- -. - A .X . V, .. ,, W- .. ' l ".-..,.. V: :4 A iii.: i ...., ,......,, I . ..,1" X -"" -,.. rl " G A 'Ci Q- 1' "-. fl"-AW, ir V ', " " if-ll x ..-" ..,.-' '-' J' wr.. MQ -Eg, I ,ML . :gi f -, ae quasi" i g a j fpn if 5 ! ,EL f 11 , x 'F 0 'xl il 4, D 'nu X s sf f 5 il jaurtb Qiarnlina Qllluh --L Qi ANNA THOMAS .A..... .4. .,.V Governor IRENE MCLEOD ... A. . ...,..,.... L ieutenant DOLL LEE .. ,.,..,.,... ., S ecretary of Slrzic R LUCAS L,L...L..L.AL.AL............ v,v,.. S fate Treasurer JULIA MAX' CALDWELL ....... ,.....LL,..LLLL..LLL. A -fluditor ,, IVIILDRED JENKINS ,..L,,............,.Y..,,,,.,,,,,,w,..,,. ..,... 4 Harney General COMMITTEE Anna Thomas Lizzie Cole Hallie Covington Cora Stancill Elizabeth Van Poole Irene McLeod M. Brittain V. Rankin Maucl Gray Myrtle Cray Jennie Watsoir Katherine Vollers Jessica Vann Annie B. Roper E. Wallace Bonnie Mauney Margie Asbury Laura Hearne Ruth Hearne Grace Cracldick A f. wwf X lr. pf Ur 'fied .w Xf.'5iaWf,1,f ' 4 pl gn v o L ' uv: ngf Q' sf, 33? X, ,Q . 52? A . X FSTP W T . U ,eff ff ss' ' 'Vi 0 ':F 45' ix 75:0 X 'XE en' X Wuxi' r If 'Xl ga' Y 'l ff'n' X' in A A S X in 973 'G r R GI if? x , ' if' 'sk 1 F20 'T'--. I A ' , ,ix I x ' er, '1 L : f?f T13 W! 4 nwrxscxwifia Wm mA'ixegx4'4fix Wall fmmilifix Q, ,ff,'1x,Xr3'4'5x : Q -!. f5,'F5ga,m ,,.:cggl'g'4, : +4 'fu xlgggxgi e M- Qi . s .. .. 4. een .. ' Milf: ' i :!.:Q,, ' 'x 25: -.I ig '.'A' ""' 5 .A 5 3.f'522?2Pif11"fl43'i?5' 122 1. ....... 5 Cs'Xf' '--' .ZW I ' . 5 2274 xx -xx f g 1. X 'A" 1' -"" F 55-F 195. BLANCHE SIMMONS ,.. .,,, 4-" ETH El. WEBB ..,....,....... .. RosALYN HIPP ...,...,........,,.......4.N NATALIE RUGHEIMER ..., .,.A,....., y buutb Ciarulina Cliluh Vice President MEMBERS Blanche Simmons Ethel Webb Rosalyn Hipp Natalie Rugheimer Hulda Jahnz Marie Jahnz Eva Page Carrie Koopman Joe Kinarcl Lila Summer Velda Young Novice Haigler elm: X Z if W avi ffff NNE? will-x wllfw lllx. -is - ilk hill 1' M l 'N , 5 ?Qf! e -I-f- 2 e ,Y ,hge-f C ,,,,.,,.d-., " ' --ggi V ff ' .f f WINE ' " ..,., 4 ' ...,...,. . In EQIH, . I .-"A :xl G7 ,XM 'I "" 5 f '-Ice ig 1, ,. , .4 fra EE, . I , " I PX " "" "" ' 1 '--' ' Em 'E .'4'- 1 ' "vIm "' f " Virginia Qiluh K I Q I .Z X REPRESENTATIVES -'4E 1 -- - 1 CLARISE POEF IVIILDRED LEWIS KATHRYN SCHAUER fi. 5' 5 ERNESTINE GAICHEN ,,..EEEE,EEEEEEEEEEE.,EA4EEE.EE EEEEEEEEEEEE,EEE,EEEE....E C overnor RUTH KEISTER ,.wETEEEEEEEEEEE.TEEEEEEEEEE.E.E., .ETE EEE,.T,....EE,,,.ETE.E.,..,EEE, S e nator L KATINA GOSE Y...........,w .,,..........,,,,. ....,................,..EE.TEE,T,, C o ngressman GOVERNOR'S VETO: "1 hereby veto the bill which affirms there is any other State besides Virginia." SENATOR: Amendment--"We will leave the State of Virginia provided we can find a better one." REPRESENTATIVE: "I propose the bill namely: 'We will never leave the State of Virginia., H SUPREME JUDGE MISS PALMER ASSOCIATE JUDGES DR. KING MISS UMBERCER 'Qf' EV- if-3' Ei' gk 4 Lgiffgi M -imzseaim. 5, ig swings: WWW EXW" C ' Buckingham QBuartette Here's to- Four frivolous, frisffy girls, Full of fun, fuss and frolic- Free from flirting, far from folly, Nice and cute and awful jolly. ennie Watson Hallie Compton Anna Thomas Lizzie Cole jattiz Qllluh Elizabeth Van Poole Bonnie Mauney Irine McLeod Wfe are Follies Four, We may grow some more, Bu! we hope we won,l, And if we don'l We'1l be happy for everrnore. We are large enough now, But we don'l see how To proteci us four, From growing some more, Bu! do il we will, we vow. Willioul more lo say We'll go our way, Thinking life worth while, Taking all with a smile, Hoping ever lo "fall away." Rosamond Lucas YV, ff N L! YIVI mat Ke V Ky' 'L"d"5"' KW Q Ciq Q-,gk C, LK! K-5? JRYXQ Drag, vi ca X O,.f" e,r,.-'fig'-y Qeqiib. Q YUJDV I ', x537Q5..,wv"' R ' If h ,L 2 - wr' GK if 5 M.. Q EX 'iggggf Ifgcia RKQNQ X a M11 5? Ol Q f H 11 ' ' if J ' ,,.-S-f'- 'F , 211' V 'ff' ' f,Q,v6,,9.-I-V' YQ, ' iff: Q, C, , . !7 EX ff Xi , fl DD igpk S'-1 X ' f 9 Sw,-A-" ' KX S f 1 i J M X 1 S 'ww ULAX-1.,s. f f -2 H1 K ' Q. N 'S . X A LH. 3 W Q. J N -dar" I . K kghwfgri QwW'dM Ai.. " -W.,,f"l THE ART CLUB 4, - .A 2: 'N I . -. 5 A -, I 66 1 :Q lgfi , - ,,,, .... ..... --' --W-'-4' ' rx . ' 'av-Q. . Sf .-E' pf- ...- f' . -X a n mrrgmrs 5 fl .Hg'ffL' S Trier- , . fr or H0- '. Go cgg ff Amusing-Lerline Mowery. Charming-Ruth Keister. Spiritual-Marjorie Eliot. Proper-H. Orr. , A S T11U.tIbu's who at Elisabeth - Most influential-E. Graichen. Artistic-M. Eliot. Most indifferent-R. Hearne. Practical-Graichen. Stuclious-B. Mauney. Reliable-K. Vollers. Fickle-Shaner. Straight-hairecl--Icla Efircl. Most susceptible-Maud Gray. Biggest bluff-I. McLeod. Best naturecl-V. Jones. Has most temperament--L. l-learne Biggest T. W.-R. Hearne. Most shocking--L. Mowery. Best dancer-M. S. Alexander. Graceful-M. Jenkins. Vivacious-Myrtle Gray. Loquacious--I. lVlcl..eocl. Tomboy-J. Vann. Vainest-V. Young. Best musician-E.. Webb. Greatest street walker-M. Rhyme. Most in love-L. Hearne. Dictatorial-C. Stancill. Affectionate-H. Conyers. Magnetic-R. Keister. Prettiest-M. Parker. Hanclsomest-Roper. Cutest-Myrtle Gray. Most Popular-J. Vann. Best all rouncl-Graichen. Wittiest-Irene McLeod. BETA PHI MU .-.ff ' .. V 'fpltiflf f '-4- : wh a W ' l .- .-A' ' cf A.., 5:-p?sli,..--' QS 4,-.. -.:::::iQ,'.'.'.',. .A-"' 'A ' "'A""' S ' ., Y :A fx i -. .,,,. -.,' -.-- . 2 , ....,,.. ,, , WL-4.1 z 1 -'wg-1,' 1 ' 2 ,"'ereeeow"' f 38651 fbi Mu ' Morro : X 5 as Z. 52 so ,m 1- .' ' GyC. Memory's leaflets close shalt twine 'round our hearts for COLORS: Red ana' white. MEMBERS Cora Stancill Anna Thomas Blanche Simmons Grace Gradclick Ernestine Craichen Harriet Crr Ethel Webb Mildred Tunis c mo EEA I 1 DELTA CHI ' 15 1 ill?- 5 - , -. . . D - I - ,, A '. s .. fu-' ' ff, . x U ., , . , . . f ' fu , , . . 1' 252.gif-'. Ky 2 1a . .' -'.+.-,S-11714 Y. f f ' -. -. 1 .,,,.,,,,, A Q -.-lun-rlv, A ' , .l .- .,.. .V ., . , ..... -V . r 3ft,,1":r",'4'fyi'llH 1 , ' Tuff J "" " "" J N.-'3 '. T- .:' f 'A 4' X ..'A ,f u -, -. "" . ' "". -ii: ""Efr.QbfW"5 A A -'E . . f"-nil l. -lfdflr' " i ' 'l : A : a l. .-:Z -' .-i-.'!?1...fl":'fL V' -fcz.-F-.:,. .. 4. 5 '- 'B wQQ'iy1QfjP 'F? s-M-' '. 2 0 - - -1 1 - P . -. 9,0 Lf 9 - A 2 -' F I' x ft!! 6441 i X fx 5 E . . . s 0fem"' Brita Clllhi A. X. OFFICERS l..lLLlAN PHILPOT ......... ...,..,.,,..., . . ,..... . ......., President HILDA CONYERS ....... ........ .......... S e crelary KATHRYN SHANER ....................,..,.....,........... ,......,. T reasurer MOTTO: ? ? 9 MEMBERS Elise Wallace Annie B. Roper Irene McLeod Dolly Lee Clarise Poff Maude Gray Myrtle Gray Mary Stewart Alexander Ruth Keister Hilcla Conyers Kathryn Shaner Lillian Philpot Miriam Parker gif. .ff-' DE I-IOOLIGANS ' 71.-114, MQW qi" fa "l , is ,bg P 1? J 'I' 0 I 9 2 I f Q. 15 . , auf, xl .l f, I I 54,54 I 9 73, C 4 X- gl I I 6 O 57 if I WI " 4' - la 1 HI! M' Q' o I QP S 9 gi "," .MH 4.W., 'YA' S I' "1A" ' BLANCHE SIMMONS .,., CORA STANCILI. ., , ,.V 9? ANNIE B. ROPER ....., MYRT GRAY ,.. .......,.., -A ERNESTINE. GRAICHEN. MARGUERITE BRITTAIN VIOLET RANKIN ,....,,,4 IRINE MCLEOD .,.... MILDRED TUNIS ,,. GRACE GRADDICK E..,,. LAURA HEARNE ....... RUTH KEISTER ....... RUTH I-IEARNE ,..,... MAUDE GRAY ..,,.,. JESSICA VANN ....SS,.,S. .,.,., j-in llbu ii: .,,...,,.,, Z wr, 6 , 1 '. .-2 I 'f ". -X ' '. .4 ".' IJ I V..-,' '15 'AM U' FI' aopmagjffg gn e'0fm0' Ee ibnuligans il I. Der Caplain IeMa Kalzenjammer Hans Kaizenjammer Frilz Kalzenjammer Cloomp Gus .1 . S.I,SS,,,. Afphonse E.eeI.,e.....Casion IEEHappy Hooligan ,.....,.,,....,,....flI71lT1.D Kaffe ......Unele Heinie .. ..., Monlrnorenc'y Maudlf .,.....Sambo ...,.Beans MILDRED JENKINS .V.S,...............wS.S.V..........S......I.SS I YELL.: Hee haw, hee haw, hee haw, hee, Never got caughi in deviltry. fs.-f'.' .S I: 5 W I ERIE. CANAL CLUB Uf- -.: .. ,T W 'L ",' , 4-"' K' EE- 'I 'V :i7L'if1"-"I'iAI"z-I 'nf S 'Q . ,' t U .-" .", i"?i?j2U.g,7'iQI .j ' .,.. '..,, I .'A-I4 I , ,, 1 h - - P1 ' f 5 '111 " 1'P ff? " S ..,A.. - ,.f - I 5 I 1 EJI?-1ff'gf?1S-UP V gf' I " iifftz-,-. .At sp uw, -' A Q A JI: -g, ,gr px, j -5 Svfffglfx 5 "1I""X"nf0N 0 2 If V5 ' I 'I W ,r L 'GLN-Q66 2. 5' 1 QErie Qlanal Qllluh . JULIA MAY CALDWELL. AGNES COUNCIL .. A.... JENNIE WATSON .,AA,AAA Sf MILDRED TUNIS .AAAA.AA XIELDA YOUNG ....UUUUUUOO.U NKYRT GRAY, VIRGINIA Lizzie Cole Maude Gray Maude Boyte ............SlClDL1fd A G,G.,.,...,Ac17mIral GGGGGGG,G..Rear Admiral .GG,G,.,G GG GG,GG,,,.G,GGGGG..IG First Lieuienani I.,Second Liezzlcrzmil JONES, HALLIE COVINGTON ..I......... Ensigns SAILORS Anna Thomas Olive Spinks Gladys Thompson I IX JL f? ' 2551213 BEE HIVE " ' -"fff:-.-- - -. 3 IZAJIQT ,1 .. J ,. E' fvfqwf -:II . 22, 3'.f'.3QYifF'I'j1'E-EI-4,4 V E-', ......,.. .. ..,... . If 1,4 -"" f - --f'- -,-. 1 -E an 'S::E Alf-1 .... :I fl K f ..iA f B - , B25 A M EBOHNOQQ . 3522 lathe ,D ETHEL WEBB ............ ROSAMOND LUCAS .,,,... BONNIE MAUNEY ........ f ' MARGIE ASBURY .......,,..,.w. . ELIZABETH VAN POOLE ..EEEEE HULDA JAHNZ EE..,.,..,E..E.EE E, EVA PAGE ..,......,....,.,.,.. ..,EEEEE,EV,,EE,.E CARRIE KOOPMAN ..............................EE.. Ee..e Queen e,Bumble ..,,,,,,.....IBaby ,eEmLaugfIing e...D0clor .UHoney ...emjolly EEEeBusy SONG-.LW0H,f You Be My Honey 9" PLACE OF MEETING-In the hive. IVIOTTO:-1 be, you be, we all be. TIME OF MEETING-"When the OCCUPATION-Keeping sweet. fl JN SY! ,JIPE4 :ug M i Honeys in the Combf' Bee Bee Bee Bee Bee Bee Bee Bee Eirkens Iluh MOTTO: "Ever the best of friends, ain't us 9" OBJECT: "There has been tartfs betlvixt us." CLUB POEM: "Ode to an Expiring Frog." RUTH KEISTER-"The more to eat and drink there Ivas, the oftener she would go." LIZZIE COLE1tsHCf manners is given to hlusterousf' .IENNIE WATSON-'41 know their tricks and their manners." HALLIE COVINGTON--"The question is NOT a man, my dear." ANNA THOMAS-HA muddling and a surpey old child." DOLLIE LEE-"You inconsistent tittte beast." I-IONORARY MEMBER-..COUnf Swordtallgf' Titian Mints Ann Thomas Bernice Efnrcl Marie Hunter Frances Osborne Dora Davis Joe Kinard li lil N M Ll vw ' .ff ii H115 Y ' Y 'fi 4 h A - ..... fn rk ---at-. Q J 1 'JCB XX II. "4 f "X"-x' , Q . i f 31,0 I ff- f ,uf . . 1 1 1. i ,. I ' . ' Pi.. sr ,,i??agf?f g Lf -I 4 K r ' BLANCI-I SIMMONS ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,A ,, ,,,,, P resident MARGUERITE BRITTAIN ,........ ,........ V ice-President KATHERINE VOLLERS ..,.,,, ,. . ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,. T reasurer JESSICA VANN .........,....,,.,.......,,,,,,,,I..,E,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, S ecreiary MEMBERS B. Simmons Anna Lee C. Stancill Ruth Keister Ernestine Graichen Irene McLeod Violet Rankin Marguerite Brittain Mildred Jenkins Annie B. Roper Katherine Shaner Elise Wallace Clarise Poff Mary Stuart Alexander Mary Rhyne Jessica Vann Ruth l-learne Laura Hearne Lillian Philpot Grace Ciraddick Marjorie Eliot Katherine Vollers Myrt Gray Maude C-ray Anna Thomas Agnes Council Gladys Thompson Jennie Watson Mildred Tunis Sara Moseley Anna Belle Dowd Iloweese McCausland Arabelle Thomas Hilda Conyers Minnie Conyers Miriam Parker 4- Wg " . .--'- ' , - ,. r ,P : 2-13-I-2'-r,1-',,-3-IIE' ,wg 1 , ,. , 'A . - -. .,.., .. V..'-- . I gf, ' -g+',5 I 1 ' X C 0: -":- Q - .,.-' i 3 A. , 'frm' ' was Emmett Music ftlluh fj fe A E f is MOTTO: "Always be natural, sometimes be sharp, never be flat." COLORS: Old rose and white. ETHLL WEBB W...,., ....,....,.,.....,...... JULIA MAY CALDWELL ...,... ...... NATALIE RUGHEIMER .LLL,.L. CORA STANcILL LLV.,L,L,.,L.LLL.. KATHERINE VOLLERS LLLL..,, KATHERINE VOLLERS .,LL, BESS l'lElLIG ..........,,..,L,LILLL...L..LLL............L......IL ELIZABETH VAN POOLE .ILL..LL..., ERNESTINE GRAICHEN LLLL OFFICERS President, jirst and second terms Vice-President, hrst and second terms ........,...Treasurcr, first and second terms Secretary, first term Secretary, second icrm First Critic, first term First Critic, second term Second Critic, yirst and second terms ELIZABETH VAN POOLE ....,..,,s.ttItt.ItL.Itt,tts.,It..t. MEMBERS Margie Asbury Rosamond Lucas Maude Boyte Eva Page Agnes Council Annie B. Roper Nannie Dowclell Mary Rhyne Julia May Caldwell Marjorie Eliot Lora Efircl Maude Gray Grace Graclcliclc Myrtle Gray Ernestine Graichen Miss Gaines Bess l-leilig Ruth l-learne Novice l-laigler Mildred Jenkins I-lulcla Jahnz Marie ,Iahnz Ruth Keister Carrie Koopman Natalie Rugheimer Kathryn Shaner Olive Spinks Blanche Simmons Cora Stancill Anna Thomas Glaclys Thompson Violet Rankin Katherine Vollers Censor . Press Correspondent Elizabeth Van Poole Miss Van Guluwee Ethel Webb Susie Wooley Elise Wallace Mr. Stirewalt "' :'f"'iiff'.'- xi 1,3 ' " 4 f,4lJ's '1s, , - ' 32 ,41 -' H ' -- - wif - ' '. '. ' ' E U' , . 3,5 ., ll, .L-,2 1 , ,,". . ,,.,.,, A I 1 .--L' , .' I r 2 ,a . f-'Z' f" ...- gf . it " '-'Z fl 'gt they sir. : '- A ' ff -.-X '- -s as Mt: '--- ".,gs:1,,- 5 is Orgggif 7 4 flonserhatnrp nf it-Iilusir Qi Ulhfusic touches every key of memory, if And stirs all the hidden springs of sorrow and joy: We love it for what it malfes us forget, And for what it makes us rememlverf' The Gerard Conservatory of Music of Elizabeth College is under the direction of Professor Harry l. Zehm, whose ability as a director and teacher is unsurpassed. Besides being a director and teacher, he is an organist of note, and the degree of "Fellow" in "The American Guild of Organistsn has been recently conferred upon him, he having passed a most excellent examination. His ability as an organist has been so recognized that he has had the honor of playing at "The World's Fair," St. Louis, Buffalo and Charleston Expositions. The Conservatory occupies a very prominent place among the leading conservatories of the South, its faculty consisting of six resident members, each one being a specialist of recognized professional standing. The Choral Society, of which Professor Zehm is director, consists of the music students of the College and the musical men from the city. The Society has given many difficult works, such as "Gallia," Gounodg "Creation," Haydn: "Stabat lVlater,H Rossinig uRose Maiden," Cowen: "Redemption," Gounodg "The Golden Legendf' Sullivan: "Elijah," Mendelssohng "Martha," Flotow, and "Fair Ellen," Bruch. The choruses always show masterly training, conscientious effort and grasp on the part of each one. These concerts of the Society are looked forward to by the music lovers, not only of the city, but of the entire vicinity, and are always given before audiences which pack the auditorium. 17 f f 1. A-1 WIN i-1. 4.. .b " " Q "" -A " 1 -F'-'fiiz-.-, -. 1- . H: K , A. -. 11. -?,: I gn gl' -,,' 4..- . .,.. . - - y. S VYA' Z Q f ff ' " '- cs ' 'V L, N 6 '-'--5 IM ."0fm0" A Members uf the Clllbu Lucas, Rosamond Mauney, Bonnie McLeod, Irene Page, Eva Philpot, Lillian Poll, Clarise Rankin, Violet Rhyne, Mary Roper, Annie B Shaner, Kathryn Simmons, Blanche Spinks, Olive Stancill, Cora Summer, Lila Thomas, Anna Thompson, Gladys Vollers, Kathryn Wallace, Elise Watson, Jennie Webb, Ethel Woolley, Susie Young, Annie Dowd Anna Belle Millersham, Blanche Bowden, Esther ...f ral iurietp . e Alexander, Nlary Stuart ,"' Asbury, Marjorie ' 'n Brittain, Marguerite Boyte, Maude Caldwell, Julia May Cole, Elizabeth Covington, Hallie Council, Agnes Dowdell, Nancy Ehrd, Bernice Efird, Ida Cracldick, Grace Graichen, Ernestine Gray. Maud l-laigler, Novice Hearne, Laura Hearne, Ruth Heilig, Bess lahnz, Marie lahnz, I-lulda Jones Virginia Jenkins, Mildred Keister, Ruth Koopman, Carrie Lee, Dolly GENTLEMEN Anderson D Anderson Wm Auten . D. Bell, Geo. R. Davenport, Boyer, Martin Hastings, VV. Hayes, E. G. Huntington, W. Laxton, Ralph Long, T. B. Alexander, H. M. ,Ji ' M B. Orr, H. T. Player, W. B, Rohleclder, A. H. Sides, Ted Springer, E. C. Scholtz, Ed Stirewalt, H. T. Valaer, C. Watson, C. Willmann, A. R. Willmann, C. R. HOBO BAND 1-:nil B. It '-4, T 4 , 15 51.2 I+izfA'i2!-EQ13,'i 2 ,ig ,... Q . .V M fiLQl '2 : - Q 'Jslj ,lib fu Q',,.f5:'1- N v? A 'eagf-!gj'.:b.qQ :, E '0fem" - I 'ffm B5 Ay? .L l , j , , I f 0 Z l Dlrcclor IRENE MCLEOD ERNESTINE GRAIQHEN ANNIE B ROPER RUTH KEISTER GRACE GRADDICK an MYRTLE GRAY ' KATHERINE VOLLERS iiauhn Banu ARKANSAS REUNION OF ELIZABETH COLLEGE GIRLS May 23-25, I9l I, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 4: ---A' " ' - 1 .- - r- ' ,I 'gli . l - -... 5 X! X 'llbi ..., I 24. '- ""4. II. . III iff: IV V. VI VII. VIII. IX X XI XII XIII. XIV. XV XVI VXII 1- 12 'lf . I ' .II , if I 1. mff .J oae ed i s .- 'IVA "0 feee9"' IBet5p 13105501115 CEaffihiI5J If Dr. King wished to remodel Elizabeth, would he C. Car- penter? If Myrt Cry tried to run away, would Annie B. Roper? If Eva is old, is Velda Young? e If the fortune teller failed to come. would Irene B. Palmer? If Simmons tried to run, would Cora Stans Ctjill? If George IV. were killed, would Charles B. King? If Rosie is sick, is Julia Caldwell? If M. M. got IOO on a test, where would Violet Rank-in? If "Pearline" is crazy, is Bonnie Mauney? If Clara didn't chaperone, Miss Ruth Wood. If Miss Palmer crochets, what would Ethel Webb? If Mildred Maxwell is seventeen, when was Frances Os- bornfel ? If I... I-I. was lost at sea, where would Iloweese Mcfaus-land? If Julia Mae is crazy about M. W., who does Hazeline Love? If Eng. I. students read "Pilgrims Progress," what would Miss Martha Reid? If R. K. is jolly, is Kathleen Sterne? If O. B. scratches up the library table, what will Margaret Bo-mar? Everything looks Rosie to Susie. 9' ,, "1't'7'f1 .-,' , K :Li ' !.f 1 , . N xp" ' 5 I. s wf ' 'x VII. , -. '. , ..... .,.. - . ,,4- .' : "kf,'33,:'.-.ltflfggwmv.. : S '. '.. N. -'-- . .,.. It . ' I. : g,925g,n'IL'f'MjW7',25 ,ij 5 3 1 .,.. if- ,Jx .- X -1 ---' , . -gf-. New s -b'. - 6 , it -. - I e , ,X .. . 353 ,f . L.. ,I x ,,.,,. lm . 2, -- - . 5 ' ,.,5,1:.- Q I - '- ,wif -217, +' 5 "e w-' , ff -11' QEtiquette Questions I . fl '.-' 'i "-- I. Which is the better form, while eating to stick your gum be- :fl e". : ,-': i hind your ear or place it on the finger bowl? lf.-. II. If one gets angry at a meal, is it permissible to throw biscuits across the table? III. Should the fork be used as a shovel or a pitchfork? IV. When the waitress's thoughts are wandering, should a mega- phone be used to call her back to earth? V. Is it polite to Whistle when the ugoatu is tough? VI. Is it good form to use the butter as massage cream? VII. When the spoon falls to the floor, should the ring or fore- hnger take its place in stirring the coffee? VIII. When the shade isnit adjustable, should the sun or the table be moved? IX. Is it good form to play feet at the table? X. When the hands are cold, is it polite to sit on them? XI. When a young lady comes down to the table half harnessed, should the others finish the job? XII Is it good form to make personal remarks just so the one talked of don't hear you? XIII. Is it good form to make eyes at your teacher? XIV. Is it good form to borrow others things for keeps? XV. Is it proper to say you haven't anything to eat when it is a known fact you have? XVI. Is it good form to tramp the toes off other people's tan shoes? XVII. Is it good form to have a heart and conceal it? XVIII. Which is better, to "Sass" a teacher or let her Hsassu you? - 1 aaa , ...., , .,,.. is . Q A ' x tif f 1 2 '---'L-' X t .'-. ' .,,. 6 .,-- .X S 5' ...,.. .. ,.,, - .4..' " vvvlwf- ,,,. fi NC A A A TT' , . ecolncaiqh Zllumnae Qssuciatiun ' OFFICERS l9ll-IZ. .ff IVIISS MAUDE SCHAEFFER ., . ......V ,.,,.....A A........... P resident MISS ZE1,1A CORRIHER A ,,.........,, 4.. ..., ,.. V ice-President MRS, EBEN NYE HUTCHINSON ...., ...., . ...,...,. .,,,,..,..., Secretary MISS MARGARET WILLIS .......V.111,,....1.........1111w.....11 1111111...,.111 T reasurer ALUMNAE BANQUET MAY I4, l9I I. Dining Hall of Elizabeth Collce. TOASTS MRS. C. S. MCLAUGHLIN ..e1.,,,,eee..,..el,..............e........,.... Toaslmisiress Toast-"What Elizabeth Stands Fm" ...........e Miss ZELIA CORRIHER l-oast-"Co-Education vs. Woman's College ,',, MISS EMMA DEWOODY "Our Alma Mater" ...t,1.t...................,.tt..... Miss CARR1E MAE PROBST The following Class Toasts were responded to by: Miss .AGNES SUMMER ..,,...,.....,. ..,.,s.. .......s.,, f 0 r Class l90l Miss NIARGARET WILLIS .assass for Class l903 Miss MARGARET IRWIN ......... for Class l907 Miss VERA MAUNEY ..ss...... for Class l908 Miss ZULA HEDRICK ,sst..., for Class l909 Miss HAZEL ROBINSON .,....... for Class l9l0 Miss HAZEL ALBRICHT ..,....1t for Class l9l l - -x ,ss Z N-uns PNWLLIVI. Znkes S. P.--"Mary, what are you in music?H M. R.--"Why, I'm a special." B. S.-"What's the joke? I don't see any sense in that." Miss 13.-"Mary, where is the capital of the U. S?" M. R.--"In North Carolinaf, Miss Palmer when asked where to find a book. She answered in the medicine chest. fFor bookcasej M. Tunis, who is waiting on Grace G. to have lier picture taken, says: "Oh, hurry up, Grace." Grace Cprimpingl-"Oh, I just am not satisfied with the way I lookf' M. T.-"Oh, you won't show." Miss Palmer--"What did Homer write?" M. R.--"The Tale of Two Citiesf, Carrie--"What do they put onions in the butter for?" Miss Palmer-"Miss B., could you tell me how they are going to get the ships through the Panama canal?" M. B.-,"By building a railroad across the Sahara Desertf' Anna T.---"Come on, Doll." Doll-5-"Oh, hush, you imprudent fimpudentl thingf' C. S.--"Simmons, put your mind on this." B. S.--"On Cora I can't consecrate my mind." Miss Bomar-"I think the mascot should have a cap and gown, for they always want them for a souvenir." J. W. fthe mascot,-"I don't want any more souvenirsg I have all I wantf, R. H.-"Don't tell who the Annual is to be Antiouated to." Laura I-I.M"I know a good Annual for the joke." Miss Palmer, on finding her breakfast coffee cold and weak, said to Jeff fthe waiterl-"Jeff, this coffee is not goody can't you go get me something stronger?" M. Bomar-"Miss Jackson, don't they use infusorial earth to kill dead insects?,' M. Brittain-"Miss Jackson, how can you tell when crystals lose their water of civilization fcrystalizationjf' V. Y. fspeaking of the theaterj-"We have four boxes, eight in a box." I. MCL.-"Why, there are twenty-four of us going, aren't there?" x X R X I x . X X X . .. . . . I '. ' '- w-. NI" .- X"1' . .7 " . 4' .1- ' ' -. . ' X: .-' ' f ". X X' ..f' 4 V' 'S-X X .' ' 'X 'Q -"' ' ' X '5 .' TW.. "'-If 'lf' " '4'-.X'wX'X..'X1' "TJ'-X1Iz-- '-:P -1. 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I .i . :I V: ' P f ' A , xx .'1 ' 5 I' Ldagrhg gf f"'f'f" xg ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ + 5 FRESH HOME-MADE CANDIES AT El 2 ff 'P' -1- E 2 HAHN'S 2 'P' -1- 25 12 E 33 i 29 NORTH TRYON STREET 22 'F' -1- 2 TRY OUR E + + 2? 2 + E ICE CREAM SODA E 2? if 9 E PRETTY GIRLS, 'ji 55 2 DELICIOUS SODA, 'Ii 'P' -Z- '5' 'Z- E ALLEGRETTPS CANDY E EE E + + E The Combination, always to be found at gf FZ E + + FZ 33 + + ff BGWEN'S 1 Z EI E 'ii + E -,JO1N.l -E E EE + + ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4 ++++++++++++++++++++ 41 O 'JU U 3? Z CD O Z '-1 I F1 UD 10 C. 3? 'JU Fr! ++++++++++++++++++++ R., IHI. QJORDZAXINI CU, -1-+-1--1--1--1-+ 'U "S rn CD o 5 . 'U U. 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VVe Sell Everythmg 1n WHITE GOODS, SILKS, DRY- GOODS, MILLINERY, NO- TIONS, UNDERWEAR, SHOES, ETC. and will appreciate a share of your patronage. EFIHll'S DEPARTMENT STUHE CHARLOTTE, BUNGURD, GASTOITIA 'TWT'-T'++'T-iT"T"T-'T"T'-!'-T'-T'+'T"f"T"T"l"T"T"'F"P'T"T'+'T"T'++++'T'+4"T'-I"T"T"T"T"T"T"T"T"l"T"T"T'+'T- -T"T"T'+'T"T'-T'-T' +'i'+-If-'ir'+'i"i-'A--4r"i-'ul-'++-wTr'+4-'i0+4'+'i"lo'i"i"i-'lr-Tr'ml-'ul-'uTf"lf"vTc"Ir'+'A"!:"i''ini'4"i-'i'+'i"i"i"i'+'k'in'i'4'++'i"i"i"k'k+'i-'in+'fr'-k'A"ir-'i"ic"wTr"i"l"if"!r''i'4r"-A'-i"A"k+'A'+'!r-+'i--i'+-E' 'i--lr'-I'-i"i'-lr-'ir"i"k'i"i''i"i"i"A'4-'i"iMi'fi"-lr"1-'-lr-'4r"l"l' 'i'-P'i"i-'i'+'l"i"i-'ic-'i"i-'i"iMk-'i-'l"i'+'i'+'k'++-k'i- 'i'+'i-+A'-l"lr-'A' D1 THIE DEALER TN STAPLE AND FANCY GROOERIES PHONES NOS. II9 AND Zl I6 CORNER TORRENCE AVENUE AND EAST FOURTH ST. CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINLX E. D. PU ETT My GA ve OPTOMEITRIST 39 N. TRYON ST. Should your eyes trouble you, or you need your gkwses changed caH and let me examine them, I will adjust your glasses for you should they need M. : : : : : THOS. C. RATES, Secretary U. N. G. BUTT 80 UU. INSURANCE HEAUUUARTERS SATISFAGTIUN GUARANTEED 21 E. FUURTH ST. GHARLUTTE, N.G. +++++++++++++4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 'T'+'T- 'T-'T'-T'-lvl'-T'-T' 'T'-T' +'T"'T"T"T--TW' 'P+ 'P+ 'I-++++ +4 -'TWT-+++'T'4' 'P+ +A'-T'-T"P-I-"F -P+ -T'-T'-'f'+-T'+'T"T"T"T"T' 'P+ 'JE'-'TW' +4 -T"T"T'+-T-'++'T'+4-'E' 'P+ '5"T'-T'-T"T"T'-Tell'-TL'-T-"T'4' 4+++++++++++++++++++++++++b+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 2-" 33 THE LHTTILE-LONG COMPANY if Biggest, Busiest Store in Charlotte, Bids for Your Trade 2: 2 E 'E' 32 ++ 4 E Ready-to-Wear and lVlillinery Depart- E EE' ments always complete with tlae late New E Z- York Creations. ln Coat Suits, Street E E Evening Dress Costumes, Capes, Skirts, E E Coats, Kimonas, Shirt Waists, Muslim E E Underwear, etc. Also a full line of id: EE Cl1ildren's and lnfants' Wear. : : : 'li 3:-5' 5:3 E Silks, Wash-goods, Woolens, Linens, 22 E Laces, Emlnroideries, Gloves, Neckwear, E :P-li Ribbons, l-losiery, Underwear, Notions, 211 jewelry, Handkercluiefs, and Art Goods. E 'P 'I' iz' NOTHING SHODDY--ONLY THE BEST AT E E li fi ' 33 The Little-Long Company 2 -2- ' 33 E if Z 32 ++++++FW++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++4-'i'+-P+-I-'i"iMl'+'r+1-+-k--X"i"ir--P-i-'4-'i--l'-k'i'-l"i-'i-'l"'i"i"i' +++-i'++'i'+-I--ki-++'i-+++++++++'b NOTE OUR NEW LOCATION ? 24 S. College Street Lawing - Robbins Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishers EASY TERMS Phone 214 Charlotte, N. C. The Ben-Vonde Co. INCORPORATED Quality Dyers and French Cleaners 18 W. 5th Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. BRANCH OFFICES: Spartanburg, S. C., Greenville, S. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Felix Hayman DEALER IN Fresh Meats of all Kinds, Calf Brains, Hog Brains, Pickled Pig Feet, Fresh 1 Tripe, all Kinds of Sausages PHONES 152 and 222 225 East Trade Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. S TIME Cook With Gas CHARLOTTE GAS 84 ELECTRIC co. Phone us 2700 or 2701 ++++'4'+4"I'+'P+'I'+'I'4"l'+4'+++++-P +45-+'P'P+-P4++++++++++++-IMP-l'++++-P++'I'-'I'-I--1' ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ + + + I + + + + + if + + + + + + + Z EI is EI ig 'rAuN'roN, lvmss. 3: E E :E-P BUILDERS OF -iq: + + + + + + ii COTTON IVIILL MACHINERY E E E Z SOUTHERN OFFICE AT jj + + + + 2 CHARLOTTE, N. C. E Z 32 Z EDWIN HOWARD, AGENT if E if + + + + fi EI 3 Manu STEAM 2 IZ EI 22 55 + + + + + + + 2 P H oTo ST U D I o 3 + + + + + 5 LAUNDRY 3 + Y + Z 145 North Tryon Street 3: + + jg THE WOBLD'S BEST jg + + EE C AN D IE S E '5' CHARLOTTE. N. C. '9' Z we are Agents for GUTHand APOLLO E: :PP CHOCOLATES. CThe WorId's Best 3: 2 Candiesj 60c. SOC. and 31 Pound E: + + . + Z' TRYON DRUG COMPANY Special prices to College girls ji: ,P Phone III :md1043 ll N. Tryon Z E 2: +++++++I++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++k++++++ SGHOLTVZQ IME LTFKQ IST sos Noam IRYON Charlotte, North TPHGNE 1443 NIGHT GALL The College Girls are always welcome at EY' You can always see some thing new in Suits, Mil- linery, Novelties, etc. Decicledly the best place to buy your Gloves, Hosie- ry, Muslin U n d e r - w e a r , e t c. IT PAYS T0 TRADE AT IVEY'S ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-+++++++ 'I' 'I' 'I' 'F 'I 'I 'E 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' '9 "9 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'P 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 312 'I' 'I' -I- I .I 'I' -1- of! ' I l l I I 4, E Ganhaldl, Bl-uns 85 Umm New York Mllllllefy SIM 'fi IQ MRS. EVA SUHUH, Manager. jj Z .IEWELEIIS and SILVEIISMIIHS 2 'I' 12 and 14 South Tryon Street 'I' -2- 2 cluntorre, n. c. QUE E gg I - -1- IZ Head uarters for the latest 'I' ,P q -1- Z Our new store is complete millinery creations. 3: IE with one of the largest lines New ggods being received 3: Z of fine Gold jewelry, Silver, from New York constantly. ji: E AFI Goods, Cl-'ISS Pins, Our New York connec- E E Graduating Prizes and Novel- tions and long experience QI :PP ties, in the South. enable us to give the best E 1 quality of the latest goods at jj E Mail UITIEIS GIVGII PIIJIIIDI MIOIIIIUII the lowest possible prices. I -1- 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' -2- e -1- 2 victor, columbia and Edison 2 E H AVE , U , S E E N Talking Machines and Records III :IE Sheet Music and Strings for all i EE S M I T I-ul Iiistruments. . I . E 3 Pianos, Player Pianos, Vrolrns--In fact, 3: I 10 N- COLLEGE ST- Everything in Music I -1- 3 F. H. Auonrws, 213 N. Tryon sz. E 'I' 'I' -1- -1- 'T' 'I' -1- -1- -s- ' -1- :JE wed-UIUHIUH HUIUWUIB UU- LUTHERAN corno 0F Pucucmcu 3: Cmconronnrzol 'I' Ei- PUBLISHERS ZF IIEUGIUUS :UUKSMMLS A U EL DISTRIBUTOR 0F BIBLE . HY N E for the House- the Farm- the cfnnm nsucuous urennune E jf Garde' and the Shop rnmrens or ALL mos or rnmrneo, Excfrr -14: ,P AGENTSIFOR BAD. 4, ig Carhin Locks and Builders' Hardware D 190 -Bowman S G gg Z- 29 can Trade sf., cncntorrc, u. c. 'W' ' ' ' E -1- -1- + -1- 'I' 'I' 'I' 4' 'I' 'I'. 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I- 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 4' 'I' 'I' 'I' nic + 4 4 + 65+ 3 + 9 + + + + + + + + 9 + + + + + + 5:3 9-1- 59 + + + + 4 + + + 3:3 o + + + i+ 0 + + + + + + 1 'I' 4 QI+ 4 + + + + + + + + + -z. + + + + 4 + I? fi 4 + 4 4 E 5 E This is to be a big E E "Pump" seson. We ELECTRIC COMPANY 44: Z have all the new ones Z: :Pk Contractors and dealers .14 . . . + .P In Electrrc Flxtures, 4, Il 2 Tungsten Lamps, Blue 39: '5' Bell Batteries, Pocket 'i' 44' 'Tl O H. U3 5' O CD cn cn FD O C ED 5 4 .3 Flash Lights, etc. :I : 3: Ig have the kincl you 'jg E want. .... OLDEST, uulcxfsr, Best wig ++++++ ++++++ 4+ i i I'f'1 '-1 1 2 I I'l'l V3 1-I IQ A E 22 71 11 1 Z fl + Phone 1307 4 35 2 4, -I- + -I- + ii EE 2 HOME DECORATORS E gg -1- ua p ,I E E mb fs, W ,X X, C5 'Z' 3 3 EQNQ 5 E 'F' -1- 3 D- PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING E 3: ig j OFFICE AND SHOW Room 304 N. TRYON ST. .5 if 4 31: 4 CHARLOTTE, N. C. E 2 E 3 PHONE Io5I "1 jj 4- 32 3 21 E LA IES TE gg + 4 + 2 A 'SPEGIALTY Making ancl Repairing E 'T' C -1- 4 3 QUEEN CITY IIIEIIIG IIIII SHOES TE 4+ + E CLEANING WORKS GBIPPLES A SPECIALTY E E 13 WE STH STE PHUNE 2267 24 WEST FIFTH Sl. if +444 4 4 4 4 -P 4' 4' 4' -P 4' 4' 4' -P 'F -F 4' 4' -P -P 4' 'F -P 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' -P 4' 4' -F 4' 4' 4' 4' -9 4' 'P 4' -F 4' 'i 4' 4? 'Z' 'I' 4' -P 4' 4' 'i -F 4' -P -P 4' 'F 4' ++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Y + -2- -I- 9 + + + -2- i -I- Z We have established one ofthe most com- 22 I plete Departments in America for supplying 22 Ig Schools and Teachers with all of their music QI Z requirements. Cur publications will be sent 21 IZ "on sale" to responsible persons, and it will 22 Z be our pleasure to furnish on bona-fide order 22 Z absolutely any music desired. While it is our Q12 Z pleasure to have dealing with us at the pres- 2 I2 ent time a large number of the most promi- 5,1 IZ nent institutions throughout the South, we fi IZ respectfully solicit the patronage of individual 22 IZ Teachers. 21 32-5' 5:3 IPI- ADDRESS: Ez: -2- -I- ii The John Church Company E E 37 West 32nd Street E E NEW YORK CITY 25 + + -2- -I- + 9 + + -2- -I- ii 523 EQ A. ll. WASHBUHN 3 35 33 EE TRADE WITH COTTON MILL if + + IZ MACHINERY fi -2- 52 AND EQUIPMENT E 22 J. Fasnacht 8: Co. , Z Z Everything needed for jg: -5- the manufacture of yarns -3- 2 and Woven fabrics of 2 :PP any kind. : : : 3: -2- Estimates funrished and -I- + When you want the BEST Bread, Contracts made for Com, -I4- jg plete plants, including 2: -2- , Power Equipment. z 4- jg Pies, Cakes and Rolls jj ,,, soo REALTY BUILDING 22 i - 9 3 CHARLOTTE, N. c. 3: -2- -I- -2- -I- -2- -I- -2- -I- ++4++i++++++++++++++++++++P+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++ + 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 + 4 4 + 4 4 4 + + 4 4 'I' 4 4 4 + + 4 4 'r 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444+444 "GET IT AT HAWLEY'S" +++++++++ 4 his M ide FF O I F1 CD 2 'H O C'- D FF DD it I5 +++++++++ ,B Expert Attendance gg 4 4 4 4 E Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles E Q: Smokers' Supplies, Candies E -5- -1- 2 A Well Equipped Drug Store with an Up-to-Date I 444444 444444 Soda Fountain. Call and Visit Us. E jg gg HAWLEY'S PHARMACY 33 :ig CORNER TRYON AND FIFTH STREETS 'Z-Z: 4 + 4 + 4 +++++++++++++ +++++++++++++ BUILDERS' SUPPLIES -1- -:- -4- 325 . . . 5:3 Z We Carry IH stock material from Founclatlon Ez: 1338 to Roof, Ready to Ship Now. If you are Li: :I-F going to build a house get in touch with -14: ++++++ +4444 4' 4 4 il E IE Charlotte Builders' Supply Co. E IZ CHARLOTTE, N. C. I IS 33 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444+++4++++++++++44444444444444+44444++++++++++++++ g++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++i E E 4 ' 0 + Z KHHTJC, CTl1CkCI'1I'1g and lvers gl POHCT QI + + + + gg GRAND AND UPRIGHT PIANOS 33 + + + 9 'E' l' ' Y T + 0? v- --v2--,--Y----T- --.--.-. .......i.. ,,.. ..,....., ,.,. ,,,..,, Z-W !l . + IZ ll' T. ,Q V F ,E UR Plano Department 2: :'- 5- T ' - if ' K 60511 .- - -5- A 'vf'.z:,:,9m- . r I - When the best IS -1- 3 T , -V i n if 9 wantedthlslstheplace to come fi: QQ lr A 4' LE .,.. 'l -i We would like to show you our 22 EEE EE I instruments. If you want our E Z rv? catalogue and prices only say ji: -1- ' . , d 'll d h 'I' 1+ -' D T-:K 9415- so an we Wl sen t em. 4. + , -"all + + ' + I? 32 sr PARKER GARD ER CO. sz 1? EI IPI- I6 W. TRADE STREET jj + + + + + 9 + L + E Canned Give me a Trial and become one of my E gi, customers. I will guarantee to serve you pg Z with the best Native and Western Meats, E: -5- Fish, Oysters, Poultry and Game the 'Z' Z market affords. Special attention given 2 :I-5' your grocer to to orders and accounts. Z 'P d "F lil " 'I' gg You au es? A. W. AUSTIN, 1 4. Brand Canned Fru1ts .g. 4. 305 N. Tryon St. .g. jg and Vcgetablf-IS. YOU Phones 1220 and 1024 jj QQ lake no risk. ' 'The ij 3 goods with the lasting E + jg taste" Order through Cotrell 85 Leonard 4-1: + + 3 your grocer. Albany, N. Y. 3: -2- g -1- Z Makers of Z Z cm and Gowns 3: :PP CO. To the Amerlcan Col- E: .5. h I I A Iegss from the Atlantic g. jg W 0 953 e gems ' to the Paclflc. crass 3: Z N. C. Contracts aSpecIalty. 3: + Y + + + + + +++++-134++4'4'4'4"+4-+-P-I-+4'+'I"4'+-14' -Iwi'-5'-4'+++++4"l'-f'4'+++'!'+'I'++++-P++'I"'!"f'+"I"P'P'l' +4-'i'4'-I-+++'i'+'i"i-'X-++'i"iMl"i''i'+-'lvl-+'i'+4''imlr'-4'++'4r-'ir'+++-bi-'1'4'4"i'4'+++'i-++++ 'i"i'+'i-++'i'+ + + It 33 Z C. W. CALDWELL, Palallllltl, llllafllllle, Va., JOHN P. GOSE,BUrlt9'S Garden, VB. 'I' of-1 MANAGER SALES DEPARTMENT MANAGER CNEUIT DEP'T. 3 + + 5-5. "Snapp" Gumblnatlontlhlmney 3: I? and Safety Burner fx XRS 47 33 'F' X V ,P 4 x' A aio 3 Is the newest patent for oil lamps N0 ' AANAAAAAM-,AW fi: 4, and combines the followingim- K lg. 4, provements and superior advzm- . At xt. .3 tages over the methods now in N N XX ' 3: ,F usilimdldsells for the Same price 1, .MX X A 4, 'I' as eo ' W " ,, l ri- ? I Leads all chlmneys ln ease of adjust- t In fww! I LLLLL'LLLWfNNxxxXQ l M Z Z H Rlzmgnneytm cannot fan DH' nnnn ml A llllllmllllllllllllll I lm IIIIINI l ' b E: + HIM: n n d,hl 'M llmm' ' J, .,,:fecr,a.r,.t','lg.,:2r' P Q .ll ,. , P 1 :E-E1 IV Sgnmrzsmng handsomest artlcle made 53,E"'Ng if EEE? , if c . -M' -"" '-" Z Y Catches net affected by expanslon at A 3 ass ea . , J. :Pin VI Evlrausnesls flt all ordinary burners now N NO'ef. E3 I I 9 I i 'Mr--l'r!c"l-'ink-1-'slr-'iv'i'++-i-++'k'+-l--i-'i"i"i'+'i"i'+'4r--i'+ 9 'E W CD "" 90 Fl' 5' 3 -5 S". E 'Sir Q O CT. O 13 ll H O O' CD .. W fl GJ .. f-r O UQ CD ul H cn O 5' .. 2 ET 5 .. UQ ++++4'++-E'-P-'P++++++++++++++++++'!'-4' Manufactured and sold exclusively by The llumbination llhimney 8l Satety Burner Gu. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA "PURlTY" MILL PROD CT In this day of sham and adulteration, it is a ++++++4-++4--x- '-C o s: UQ FD f'l' f"P ET W 5 O o r: F1 'EJ C E H 'Q E Z F7 +++++-ww:-+++ Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Meal, Bran, Midlings, Shops BURKE'S GARDEN MILLS E JOHN P. Goss, PROP. fi-E i'i"i"1lr":lr"1l"Xr"l"i' -E-1 'E' 'Z' 'Z' 'I' -I' -I' -I' 'E' 'I- 61 'I' 'I' 'E' -if 'E' 'E' 'I' 'E' -I' -2' 'E' 'I' '21 + + -I' -2' 'E' -P 'E' -E' 4' 4' -i' -I- -E' 4' 'E' -E' 4' -2' 4- -in -I- 'P' -5' -1- 'P' -I- 'I' -if -5' -2' 'I' -P' 'I' . '5"l'4"l"'l"l"!"!"4' ,BURKEYS GARDEN, VIRGINIA 4f"i"1r-+4-4"i"i-++'i'+'i-++'2"i-'i"ut'4-'l"i'+++4- 'io'i-4"I"i-'i"u1r-'i"l-'!"!-'i"i-'i-'i"!r-++'i"!r"i-'i"iMi"i"i"i'+4-'i-++-l'+ PURCELTU D A SPECIALTY STORE +4- 'I' +'i"k-k-ki-+4-f!"k++++ 'Pfi'-4'JE'4-4'4'4'++4'+++ E LADIES READY-TU-WEAR GAHMENTS UF QUALITY if-Q +'w!c4-'nb +'f'++ Suits, Cioaks, Waists, Skirts, Hosiery, Under- wear, Neckwear. Corsets, and DRESS ACCESSORIES 3? Z? Z You can depend upon finding here courteous treatmet and very best 3 'P service, as well as best values in our line. ' 3 3 'I' F? i :FE-1 , gfff--7-f-- i-:Q::, 1 ,E qffl1::f Eg: 'E' 'I' 'ini' -I' THE CLOAK THE CLOAK go AND AN D , E SUIT sioRE ' SUIT sToRE E 2 I + -I- + -1- 3 o ' E D D 5 The Bug Book Store 5 -E- +'i"i-+'i"i- +44-'E'-l"'1" APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE :S-P Complete line Books, Stationery, Art Goods, if if Artists Materials, Pictures and Picture Frames, K-1: :ig Cut Glass, and China, Silver and Brass Goods, :zi- + un 0 :- o 2. UU O o av CID DJ :s Q. O 9. ET cm CD U: s: -cn 'FL 5. Y' F' FD no Fl' :- FD "4 + Ii Goods and Magazines, College Pennants, is Ii Banners, Class Pins, Rings and Die Stamped at -5- . -1- -:- Stationery. Make our store your headquart- -1- :ia ers when up town. fi: is-5' 53 -54 '2- T3 ROBlNSON'S BOOK STORE E 5 ,so WEST TRADE sr., 5 E CHARLOTTE, N. C., 5 3:-5' 53 -'55 33 4'-1'-44+-ll'-4'4"I-'INF-+4'-f"4'4"5'-5"I"7'4'-I'-PJ'-it-4' I'-4'-IL-I'+++'P"P+'T"4'+'P++++++++++++++-P44444 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WOOD LL 8: HEPPARD, Inc. ++++++++ +++++++ -1- si 32 E The Finest and Best Equipped Drug Store ff -r- IS in the South 21 +f+++++++++ U: Q 5? is W N 3 ST 35 1 +++++++++++ Drugs, Soda Water and Ice Cream, Fine Confections ++++++++ 4+++++++ Nunnally's Fine Candies Service Unsurpassed 9 + E Sky-Scraper Building - - CHARLOTTE, N. C. 22 ea- ?-' Phones 69 and 166 ie: ++++++++++++ ++++++++++++ ROA OKE COLLEGE E SALEM, VIRGINIA if E Courses for degrees, with electives, very high standing afnong Southern -gi: Z Colleges according to Government rating. ig: Z Roanolfe College stands for a thorough collegiate education under 32 Z positive Christian influence. I + E Languages, Mathematics, Philosophy, Letters, Social and Natural Sciences. Ei + Et? Library, 24,000 wolumesg working laboratories of Chemistry, Physics, 32 -E' and Biology. Three new buildingssffommons, Dormitory and Cymnas- 3: Z ium-seven in all. 3: IS l-lealthful location in the ntountains of Virginia. 2: Z Expenses moderate considering advantages offered. 2: :I-F Sixtieth session begins September iS, I9IZ. E: '5' -K- Z For free catalogue, address ,.g. + + Q Ii J. A. MOREHEAD, President. 33 +++++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4 + + + + + 4 + + 4 + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + 9' 4' 6' 'E 4' 4' ++++++ ++'l-'i'++'1Ir-+'i-4'-l'++++-l'+++1Tr--k+++++'i-+4-+++++++ 'k+++++++-bi-+'1"k++'i'b+++-i'+++ Miller Van-Ness Go. Fine GTUGBTTBS We solicit the College trade and carry a line of delicacies for lunches and parties that will satisfy the most fastid- ious. Three phones- 68, 688, 118. 27 North Tryon Street SCREENS We protect you against FLIES AND MUSUUITUES J. H. WEARN GU. LUUK UVER OUR DISPLAY OF FINE CHINA Exquisite designs and dainty decorations from the leading Foreign and Domestic Potteries Prettiest novelties in art wares, Glassware, Bric-a-Brac, etc., to be found in the Carolinas. UTXDIT - WTTHBTSIJDUIT UU. 21 SUUTH TRYDN ree Hoe sooo stone 9 1-2 WEST TRADE STREET FDR STYLE AND LOW PRICES GUME T0 SEE US Have the finest line Ladies' Shoes in the city. We ap- preciate your trade, and sell shoes as low as is consistent with Good Material and workmanship das. Ker, Jr., Presj H. H. Suther, Mgr. -T'-T"T"T"T"T"T"T"T'-'T'-T'4'-P+-T"P'T'+'T"T'-T"P'T'4'+ 'TMI'-T"-T''T'+++'T'-T'-T'++++++++4'+'P+'T'+-T--'E-4--I-'T'-T'-T"T"I" 'I"ImI'+-i"i-'If-'I-+'i--I''Ir"i"k4"k'k+'i-'F-I-'i"i"i-'I-'i' -l"I--1v+'i"Ir'4"i"Ic-'I-'i"i''Ir'Ir'i"i-+'i-'i-'i'+'i'+'i'+'i-'i"I"k"i-'i"i"i"k'i"i"k'i' 'i"i"Iv'i-'i"Iv'i"Ir"i"ir'+'i"ilf"Ir"l-'ir"l-'-lr-'lr"uIf'Ir'1Ir"l:"nIv'i"Ir' AN EXAMPLE IN ARITHMETIC, AND ALSO IN SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE Not drawn from the imagination, but taken from the records at the Mecklenburg Court House In November, IQOI, A bought a lot for .....,......w,...........................,...A.........,........ S 6.00 In June, IQO2, A sold his Iot to B for ........ ..... ..... 8 . oo In August, IQO2, B sold his lot to C for ........ ...... I 100 In July, IQO3, C sold his lot to D for ...........,.... ..,. .... ,.., .,.... 1 .2 5 O In October, IQO4, D sold this lot to E for .....,...... ....................................,.......,... 1 500 In June, IQO8, E sold this lot to F for ...,.........,.......,,.................. ..,,...,..........,... 1 875 An increase in value from S600 to 31575, over three hundred per eent. in seven years' time. ANOTHER EXAMPLE. In IQOO A bought three suburban lots for 5900. He did not sell. He was wise, for today his lots are valued at 31200, SIOOO, SIOOO, a total oi S3200 from Il S000 investment. REMEIXIBER these are not fairy tales, but actual facts regarding Charlotte Real Estate. XVe will show you the very property and give you the book and page number of the Mecklenburg records if you would like to verify the facts, Vtfe will give you the benelit of twenty years' experience in real estate if you want a good investment of this kind, In view of the very bright prospects for still larger and more rapid growth of the City of Charlotte, our advise is, nrst, to buy now: second, to hold on to what you buyg third, to buy the very best, direct from the owners hy dealing with the . . ' 4 I 'i .III '. if I IX' X K JJ, x x, I f , , lf'- .- v"' , ' ' :rTEI'II":T3 fri. K I 0 II 0,1 I 'II I I I -Qi-Q 'ff flu 1 I' I 1 . . - V 1' IV, ' 1 F, I ,, " if ' ,MI III. J e A .nu , lm---421223 -- ' - -1- ',,,, 53 .:'- hy. . 0-Qhjiasr - SUBURBAN REALTY COMPANY F. C. ABBOTT 6: CO., Sole Agents "Everything in Real Estate TRUST BUILDING - CHARLOTTE, N. C. Send for Maps ana' Prices A. R. WILLMANN COMPANY PLUMBING, I-IEATING, GAS FITTING CHARLOTTE, N. C. g'.f5.f'-- rg mi " H nigh! X s.- 3' 177 L - in rw I' , . WWII! we Z 1 I II IEFQ af' if ,. .,taff-.f-Wa We Furnish and Erect Wind-Mills, Vanes, Acetylene Gas Machines. All Work Guaranteed for One Year. Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, Terra Cotta Pipe, Wood and Iron Pumps, etc. 'I'-I'-Int'+'I'4'-P+-I"I'+-P-I"l"P4'++++++++'I'-I'-'I'-I"I"I"I"I"I' JI'-I'-I-JI''I"I"I"I"I'++-I"I-'I"I"I'-I'-I"I"I'-I"P+4"I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I- 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'P 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 56 'I'+'II"II'4'4"P'I"I"+-lI"I"I"P-I"I"I"4-'I'4"I"I"l"I"I"I'-I''I'JI"I"I''l"P++++'l"I'+4'-!'++++-I'-I'++4"I'+ 'I"I"I"I'4"I"I'+'I'+'I'4'-I'-WI-++++-It-++-I--1'-t'+++++-t'++-41+-II'-i'+ 'I' 'P 4' 'I' 'E' 'I' -5' -E' '24 '52 -E' -E' 'E' 'I' 'I' -I' 'I' -I' 'I' 'E' -2' -I' -I' -I' 'I' 'I' 'E' 'I' -I' -Z' -I' 'E' 4' 'E' 4' -Z' 4' 'E' 'I' 'I' 6' 'I' -I' 'I' 'I' 'E' 'Z' -2' -E' -I' -E' 'I' -i' -2' 4' 4' -E' 'I' 'I' 'I' 4' -E' 'Z' 'E' 4' -x-4--1-4-+4--1-4--1--x--1-2-x--x--x--x--x--x--1--1--1-+-x--x--1--1-4--11+-x-+++4-++-1-1-++-x--1--1+-1-+++-x--1--1-4--1--1+-x--1--1-+-x-+-x--2+-x--MM-++4-+4-++4-++-1-4-++4-4-4-+-1-+4-i-1: -1- -1- -1- -u -. -1 3 S gg vu -11 -1- -1 Q- P. 3 3 rv S :. 2 -4 E- 9' 2 2 Ro H, L N ,1 1: 4 E- QT Q Pr' :Q N l-1 3: -af 5-so: msg fs: Ss-4 2 wi- 15536633 -Q"G 5---1 '-ve 162'-N -1- 5 3 P11 Q' '22 Q '12 5 U' EZ en' 55' -11 : 5 21 Z 3 H 5 Q E 'U b pu 1 E 3 EE gg 3 'Q 2 'I' -1 92 -1 Q Q 9, - ' E If- ou B s 'D li -:-'Q GZGGQD 9.110 --- 2.2-E fr-'ww 52 S2 - Z m 'v 2 2 9, 5 2 1- 2 25? r ' 5' 3: 11 5 5 E. 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"1 1- .2 0 -1- Q 62- 1- - ,, - -,, ff- -1 Q cu - - 5 O -ICC W :' -u " Q of 3' U m 3 "" 4' .. gm, -1 5, E o 2 ,. - . a Q g -1- " -U1 S 5 C' 9' O H' 2 F 1- 2 2' H o 313 E-9 Us 5 N rn 2 L. o " 0 9 -1 Q 2 1: 1 o U1 9 . g 0 1.4 -I- g fn O U1 his ,d Z C5 O H K Q 'I' ' F- EL 1-1 R E N ' E1 - "' -1 'I' Q 11 5 2 2 rf Q . 513 -1- 33 -1- -1--1--1--H-+++-1-+-1-+-I--1--1-+-I--1-1--tw-++1-++-I--M -H--1-M--1--1-+ -1-+-I--1--1--I-+4--I-+++-ww--1-+++++++ -x--1--1--I-+4--1+ +++++-1--r-++-1-+-1-+++-1--x-+-1- '!r"i'4-'i"k'lr"i'-g- 'i"-lr 'ir-'Iwi' 'hir 'iwbi' 'Ir-If 'ul-'lr-'Iv 'bl' 'X'-++ 'lvl' 'Ir'-if-k 'P+ -I-'I-'!r"i"Xr'i"Ir' 'Iwi' 'P-Ir'-if 'X'-'Ir rl--Iwi' 'Fir' sl--If--if ini' -l'+'Ic' +4- 'lv'ir'ir- 'ui-4' 'Iris'-lr 'if-In 'ir"k'If"Ir"!"iv'i' 'P-Ir 4"i"i' 'krlf' 'i'+'i' STATEMENTOFTI-IE AMERICAN TRUST CO. CHARLOTTE, N. C. APRIL 18,1912 fCondensed From Report to State Corporation Commission., RESOURCES Loans ----- Bonds and Stocks ---- Cash in Vault and in Banks, 5444,4I8.0l Demand Loans, - - 33,670.00 S 2,3l8,l87.55 35,062.50 478,088.0I Total - - ' ' ' 3 2,83I,338.06 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paici in - - Undivicled Profits fNetI - Dividends Unpaid - Deposits - - - - . S 350,000.00 232,958.61 37.34 2,248,342. 1 1 S 2,83 I,338.06 5 l9,06l . I 7 SI ,028,442.00 We make a specialty of Iaclies accounts and have a private departmeet set apart for Total - - - Trust Funcls Uninvesled - Trust Investments - - their exclusive use, where they can transact their business properly. JOI-IN S. BLAKE DRUG CO. "ON THE SQUARE " Full line Hudnut's Toilet Preparations. Agents for Whitman's Candies. : : : : : Drink at Our Fountain. Everything Sanitary and up-to-date. : : ' : 1 1 : : Phone 41 PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED DA Y UR NIGHT jOI-IN S. BLAKE DRUG CO. 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E -1- -1- E Capztal and Surplus - .S385,000 E E C-EO. E. WILSON, President JNO. B. ROSS, Vice President FI: :E-I' W. C. WILKINSON. Cashier H. W. MOORE, Ass't. Cashier SI: 5 I -1- Ii I? I EI -1- -1- E We Specially Cater to the Wants of the E -I' -I' -1- -1- -1- - -1- rl E College G1 s E -1- -1- -1- -1- fi 3 Z You are always welcome at our store. We 2: E12 sell Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Coat E Suits, and Ready-to-wear Garments, Ladies 22 . . 'I' 2 Furnishings, Shoes and Parasols. jj -1- -1- -1- -1- 'I-+4--i'+ -I'-I'-IMI'-I' MORROW BASS CO. -1- -1- -1- -1- EE 31-33 East Trade Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. if I I -1- -1- +4- 'I' 4' 4' 'I' 'I' if 'I' 'I' 'I' 4' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' -I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 4' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 6' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 6' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I'-I' ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ -2- -1- 5 E Z FOUR PER CENT QI 25 53 + + + + -5- -I- + BANKING BY AIL + + + 22 513 jg Getting 4 per cent. annual interest on Savings is Q: jig just as easily accomplished through our Banking fi: jg by Mail System as though you lived close enough jj jg to this strong bank to deposit in person. : : jj '5' 'K' ++ 3 gt rn 'Ft o 'W 5' PTH o 5 an S. o P ++ + + E SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT E -2- 2 Interest compounded four times a year E 4 + E CHARLOTTE NATIONAL BANK 25 + + EE CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA '33 E E IE 31 E BELK BROTHERS 2 -1- 31 +++++++++++ 0 93 "1 CL 5. me CD r' its "rim 59.-"U UP' 570 sag C' cm Fl' Q2 w'-l in DU LO FW gm Qu: Z CD "1 O D' D3 D 91 UJ CD +++++++++++ E NINE RETAIL STORES Ei '5' -3- + :Z Greensboro, N. C. Yorkville, S. C. E QQ Salisbury, N. C. Monroe, N. C. E E Concord, N. C. Waxhaw, N. C. if EEZ? Gastonia, N. C. Sanford, N. C. 22 -2- i '5' -I- E CHARLOTTE, N. c. 5 3? 53 'P' -z- ++ -I- -2- -I' + + -P -I- + + -P -P -P -I' -P + -P -I' + + + + + + + -P -P + -1- -P + + -P -if + -I-f + -I- 'I-1 + -I- + + -E- + + 'E' + -If + -P -if + -I- + + -I- + + ++ 'P'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P A'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P ig. 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P +4--x--x--x--I--x--x--x-4-4--x--sf-xv+ Z E CU FJ 'JU C 'Tl O 'JU xl N -I-+-I-+++++-r--M-++++ 4'++'i-4'-P+-lr'i'++'l"P'4-'l"lr"i"i'+'hir-ml'++-l"lr 'l"lv'lr"-X-'lr--I'-l"l"i-'I' 'I"P'P+'I'-P-P'I"!'-l"'lL-'I"P'I"I"!'-4'-P++'I'-I--PI-'P-P+'P'I"I"l'+3I"P+ PHONE YOUR ORDERS TO FOR ICE and COAL Standard lce and Fuel Co. We Carry Everything in the V 'P by -1- .3 Sporting Goods Line. if 'I' 'P 'I' 'P 'F' I . . 'P 'I' P It is the most convenient. -1 'P 'P+ -4 FP um DJ 4 FD rl: f-r 'J' FD :T U' O '1 D7 B CL- 2 fb SD '-1 -P 'P I of cleaning where coal 2 'I' and ashes must be handled. 'P Z It is the "high eHiciency" Z Z fuel of scientific manage- 2 Z ment times. -I-Z: -1- ANU SPORTING GOODS 00. -1- 4-'l"lr+-2' D' 0 '1 93 UQ N fn '1 N B UQ 9 JE"P"!"l"l' lf you love you wife buy -lr4:-'lv-'wl"l"l-'lr- -I'-I'-'I"l'-Fi' 0 I P FU l" O '-l '-l Fl C5 3' UD 2' 18 East Trade Street -1- -z- A -2- 2 ELECTRIC CO. CHARLOTTE, N. C. -ri -1- -z- -x- -1- 'I"i-'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' . 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Mcllausland 80 00. -gg + + + + 3 GHAHLUTTE STEAM 3 + + + + + + + + -1- Stoves Ranges N -Z- -:- ' ' -1- 25.3 Furnaces, Slate - QI 9 0 . + Z and Tm Roofing 2: :ig French Dry Cleaners gi: + . + -5- Ornamental Galvanized -I- Z . Dyers -I- 4. lron Work Mantels, Tiles, if + + 3 Crates, "" jj + + + I + gg OLDEST gg + + I? 221 South Tryon St. E: + + gl CHARLOTTE, N. C. BEST if + + + + I? 33 + + Z "Remember those long 'study E: 2 hours-and how a few sweets 2: Z seemed to shorten them so much?" Z Z "What pleasure there was in eat- E: 2 Fefe is an ISHGQYOU Cafzflot lfiffcifs to ing the best of all sweets E: miss. We ma et is excep Iona y i er- Z al offer. altogether on the make good E: :li basis, simply to convince you on the su- 3: + periority and the economy of the Onliwon Q 4. .51 System. sg. + + + 'r '5' with 16,000 sheets, worth 92.00, we win Fine Candle! '5' Z send you one of our handsome Two Dol- Z 'I' lar cabinets, without charge. We ask ri' Z you merely to pay the price of the paper . Z -1- and express charges, 50c.g in other words They are Just as good, and 4, Z our proposition is 16,000 sheets and one there is just as much pleasure in 3: Z cibinet for tha: sum of 82.50, express eating Nunnauyis now as during E: C 3TgCS Dfepal . 4. study hours. 4. Z They are always the best because 52 Z tliey're so pure and dainty and de- Z :PF A' PI wi licious. Fresh, too. ai: -1- Ask for Nunnally's next time vi' i Albany, N. Y. and every time. 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